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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 23, 1968

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 23, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02064

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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Oewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 34
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 23, 1Q68
Two Sections Price 20s
Jewish Climate in Home is Issue in Custody Suit
VPU'iRIf riT) A ill i ii il i...-. j:.-i...j ,____....
NEWARK (JTA) A divorced
Jewish father has won custody of
his two children through an Essex
County (Newark) Superior Court
ruling which upheld his conten-
tion that he could better raise them
as Jews in New Jersey than could
his divorced wife who married a
Protestant and moved with the
children to a small Idaho town
where they were the only Jews, it
was disclosed there this week
The ruling was made by Judge
William Consodine, who withheld
the names of the parents.
It was brought out during the
hearing here that both parents had
sought to raise the two children
Jewishly. After the divorce the
mother was awarded the custody
of the children, as is the usual
procedure. But when she married
a Protestant and went to live with
him in the Idaho town, the father
sued for custody in the Essex
! County court.
Judge Consodine noted, in his
ruling, that there were only two
synagogues in Idaho, the nearest
'one 300 miles from the town, and
I that only 500 of Idaho's 692.000
residents were Jews.
The father, he stressed, lives in
northern New Jersey where "tem-
ples, Hebrew schools and extra-
religious facilities abound.
The jurrst held that the Idaho
environment could undermine the
faith of the two Jewish children.
Judge Consodine. a Catholic,
noted also that while religion is
| not by itself a decisive factor in
I custody situations, it is important,
: particularly when it is related to
| the legally expressed wishes of the
i parents.
On that basis, he ordered the
children returned to their father
with whom, he ruled they would
have a better chance of continuing
'o be Jews.
EMERGENCY DRIVE
Bond Group
Sets Special
Conference
NEW YORK A special cam-
paign to help Israel meet the
economic problems arising from
continued tensions and unrest in
the Middle East will be launched
at an Economic Emergency Con-
ference of the State of Israel Bond
Organization meeting from Friday.
September 6 through Sunday, Sept-
ember 8 at the Hotel Commodore
in New York.
Announcement of the parley to
inaugurate an intensified effort for
Israel Bonds during the Fall was
made this week by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization.
More than 350 Jewish leaders
f: >:n the United States and Canada
are expected to attend. Louis H.
Boyar, Chairman of the Israel Bond
Board of Governors, will be Chair-
man of the Conference.
Israel's new Minister of Finance,
Zeev Sharef, will be the guest of
honor at the Conference in his first
American appearance since assum-
ing his new post. Dr. Schwartz
said.
He indicated that Mr. Sharef will
present a detailed report on Israel's
present economic position and on
Continued on Page II A
'RECIPROCITY' DEMANDED
UN Council Resolution
Condemned By Eshkol
D JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
JERUSALEM (WN8) The UN
j Security Council resolution con-
demning Israel for the August 4
air raid on terrorist bases in Jor-
dan was sharply criticized by
! Premier Levi Eshkol at a Cabinet
| meeting where he said the move
Rabbi Levin Rejects
Bid by Conservatives
IN THIS ISSUE
Aljop 4 A
Bar Mitzvah 12 B
Book Review 8 A
Brazer 13 A
Candlightlng 12A
Classified B
Cohen 7. A
Cooking 13 B
Dining 13 B
Editorials 4 A
Engagem'ts 8-9 B
Features 14 A
Lehman 8 B
Obituaries 14 B
People-Places S B
Sermon 12 A
Real Est:e 11 B
Synagogues 12A
Torah 12 A
T.V. 12 A
Weddings 8- m
Woman's
World
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NEW YORK An official of the
Soviet Council for Religious Af-
fairs told a delegation of American
Conservative rabbis in Moscow last
month ihat the Soviet Government
would have no objections to invi-
tations to Russian synagogues to
affiliate with the World Council of
Synagogues, the head of the rab-
binical group reported here this
week. The World Council is the in
ternational organization of Con-
servative congregations.
Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, executive
vice-president of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, who headed
the delegation, said the matter was
one of several raised at a 90-minute
meeting on July 26 with Mickail
Kadikoff.
Rabbi Kelman said that Mr.
Kadiikoff. who spoke fluent Eng-
lish, was well-informed on the
issues raised at the meeting, which
was arranged by Chief Rabbi Ye-
huda Leib Levin of Moscow, who
made his first visit to the United
States in June.
Rabbi Kelman's report, however
evoked a swift response to the ef-
was -one-sided and unjust."
Mr. Eshkol called the resolu-
tion "regrettable" though not un-
expected in view of the composi-
tion of the Security Council this
year. according to Foreign Ministry
sources who simultaneously de-
plored the failure of the Council to
go to the root cause of the issue,
which is the terrorist action
against Israel.
The resolution, the Premier told
his cabinet, will not be helpful in
stopping "acts of terrorism per-
petrated against Israel which force
her to resort to self-defense." add-
ing iha! the commission of acts of
sabotage and murder "constitute
not only a flagrant violation of
the cease-fire but are aiso a con-
tinuation of aggression against Is-
rael.
"Israel," he said, "has observed
and will continue to observe the
cease fire on the basis of recipro-
city."
The UN resolution called the
August 4 raid on the terrist bases
in Jordan a "flagrant violation"
of the UN Charter and of the Secu-
rity Council's resolutions on the
Middle East. The resolution said
more effective measures would
have to te taken if there is no
compliance on the part of Israel.
Another item high on the agenda
of the Cabinet was the issue if
securing the release from Algeria
of the hijacked Israeli plane. The
meeting was he'd against the back-
ed o: a report that a pilot's
!Ott of Algeria had been calle i
nff o:i the basis of a promise that
the plane and its captives would
be r after a further inves-
. ion i> conducted.
This development did not s'.t well
with government authorities, who
ell that Algeria's delay in releas
ing riie plane more than four weeks
after it had been hijacked was
totally unwarranted.
Jarring Resumes Effort:
Egypt's Aim-Propaganda
S&BBI WOLft KELMAS
feet that Rabbi Levin had cate-
gorically stated that he was not
present at and had no association
with the July 26 meeting.
The statement was reported by
Continued on Page 1S-A
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
United Nations peace envoy. Dr.
Gunnar V. Jarring, re-umed his
rounds of Middle Eastern capitals
this week and is expected here
Wednesday to confer with Foreign
Minister Abba Eban following
i visits to Cairo. Amman and Beirut.
1 Mr. Eban is expected to ask Dr.
Jarring what replies he had receiv-
ed from the Arab states regarding
their interpretations of the for-
PLATFORM COMMITTEE HEARINGS
Democrats Urged To Support Sale Of Jets
WASHINGTON. (JTA) The
Democratic Party's National Plat-
form Committee was urged this
week to adopt planks on the Middle
East promising the sale ol Ameri-
can supersonic jet planes to Israel
to offset the Soviet rearmament
of the Arab states and supporting
the principle of direct Arab-Israeli
peace talks as the only way to re-
solve the Middle East conflict.
The proposed planks were pre-
sented to the committee at the
Opening of its hearings by Rabbi
Paiiip S. Bernstein of Rochester,
N.Y.. chairman of the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee,
a non-partisan organization repre-
senting a crois-section of American
Jews.
The presentation had the en-
dorsement of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations, which has 22
affiliated national bodies, and of
the American Jewish Committee.
Se'-ator Clairborne Pell, Rhode)
Island Democrat, chairman of the
platform sufccoiimilte* on fore'.->n
policy, called for a plank that
would provide Israel with neces-
sary weapons until such time as
an arms control agreement with
Russia can be reached.
Rabbi Bernstein noted that the
Republician platform adopt.'d at
Miami Beach earlier this month
had dealt positively with both
points and emphasized that it was
important for American political
leadership "to unite to make it
clear to all nations that the people
of the United States want a nego-
tiated Arab-Israel peace and are
prepared to take the necessary
action to prevent another Middle
Fas; war.'- He observed that his
proposals were consistent with the
, stand taken by Congress and by
the major Presidential candidates.
mula "a just and lasting peace"
contained in the Security Council's
Nov. 22. 1967 resolution which es-
tablished the Jarring mission.
Foreign Ministry circles said
meanwhile that a dispatch in the
Washington Post from .Alfred
Friendly in Paris confirmed their
opinion of the past few months
that Egypt is using the Jarring
mission as a means of preventing
Palestinian Arabs from reaching
.i settlement with Israel and does
not want his mission to succeed.
Mr. Friendly, who attributed his
information to Egyptian Foi
Foreign Ministry sources, said
! Egypt's interest in the Jarring
mission was for propaganda pur-
poses and that t.iey teared that
Arabs in the occupied West Bank
might come to terms with Israel if
: the mission were dropped.
He said
strate,-,;. a
the basic Egyptian
outlined by Foreign
Rabbi Bernstein said that the
Arab countries now have a five-to- | Minister Mahmoud Riad last May
one preponderance in super-sonic
jets which "presents a grave dang-
er not only to Israel but to mod-
erate Arab states which have been
armed by the West."
He warned that there can be no
Continued on Page 10-A
is aime 1 at mobilizing world
opinion to force the United States
to end its suppoit of Israel.
New York Times correspondent
Eric Pace reported from Cairo that
Qovernmenl spokesmen would
neither confirm nor deny the
Washington Post dispatch


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Increase Is
Reported In
U.S. Aliyah
NEW YORK More than 650
American- and Canadians departed
lor Israel during July according to
an announcement by Rabbi Morde-
chai Kirshblum. newly elected as-
sociate head of the immigration
and Absorption Department of the
Jewi-h Agency lor Israel and Chair-
man of the Israel Aliyah Center in
New York.
Rahbi Kirshblum reported thut
'Almost as many Americans and
Canadians settled in Israel dur-
ing the first seven months of 1968
as settled in the whole of 1967.
The upsurge in American Aliyah.
"he said" is mushrooming at an
unprecedented and heartening rate.
Thus far this year. 1.769 Americans
have immigrated. The figure for
all of 1967 was 1.777 persons."
Rabbi Kirshblum stated that "we
are particularly impressed with
the quality of the individuals that
have gone on Aliyah. In the .luly
group, more than 100 are profes
gionals, including: 7 academicians
destined for several of Israel's
higher educational institutions: 10
engineers; 8 physicians and 38
teachers. Also included are lb'O
students enrolled in Israeli L'ni-
versities. The July group was com-
posed ot 98 families consisting "1
357 persons and 303 individuals.
Ninety percent of the group was
under the age of 44 ."
The Israel Aliyah Center is the
immigration arm of the World
Zionist Organization. It maintains
a network of 9 regional offices
throughout the United States and
Canada. Individuals interested in
living in Israel may contact the
Center for aid assistance in Em-
ployment, hdiising. learning He-
brew, education and other aspects
of living in Israel.
Nixon Gets the Chance
To 'Work From Within'
would not think that you would
wish to remain a member of the
club if you really oppose its dis-
criminatory practices."
RABBI KIRSHBLUM
Laotian Prime Minister
Pays Tribute To Israel
TEI. AVIV. (JTA) Prince
Souvanna Phouma, Premier of
Laos, paid tribute to the technical
assistance rendered his country by
Israel and declared that relations
between the two nations have al-
ways been "excellent."
The East Asian statesman made
his remarks at Lydda Airport
where he stopped over briefly en-
route home from Europe. He was
greeted by high officials of the Is-
rael Foreign Ministry.
The Prince referred specifically
to an experimental farm set up by
Israeli experts near the Laotian
capital of Vientiane. He said Israel
had helped his country's agricul-
tural development in many ways.
Johnson Seeks To
Start Israel Water
Project This Year
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Presi
('ent Johnson expressed the wish
hat plans for the establishment of
a water desalination plant in Is-
rael a joint American-Israeli
effort enter the practical stages
before he lea\ es office next Jan-
lary, Prime Minister I.e\i Eshkol
was informed thi> week.
The message was delivered by
George Wood-. President John
ion's personal representative, who
is presiding at ;i conference of
American and Israeli experts on
the exploitation of water resources.
Mr. Woods, a tormer president
of the World Bank, was received
by Mr. E-hkol ;i!ong with other
members of the American mission
Milton Chase. Dr. Dean Peter-
son and Prof. Paul Macavoy.
The meeting on the desalination
project is the resumption of talks
started 18 months ago which were
1 interrupted by the Arab Israeli
war in June. 1967.
The American experts will visit
possible sites for what is envis-
aged as a nuclear powered desali-
nation plant and will then settle
down to intensive discussions with
I he Israelis on technical matters
ainl the problems of financing.
Israel had been reluctant to go
ahead with the scheme because of
the uneconomical cost of desalinat-
ed water if funds were not made
'available at favorable term-
NEWARK. N.J.. (JTA) The
American Civil Liberiies Union of
New Jersey has presented Republi-
can Presidential nominee Richard
M. Nixon with the names of 10 ,
Jews and 10 Negroes who have
expressed interest in joining the
allegedly racially restricted Bal-
tusrol Golf Club in Springfield.
N.J. and asked him to support their
applications with his recommenda-
tion.
Mr. Nixon's membership in the
exclusive club, which denies it is
restrictive but admits that it has
no Jewish or Negro members, was
disclosed when the Nixon entourage
held a reception there for Republi-
can leaders during his campaign
for the nomination last month.
Mr. Nixon said that at the time
that he disapproved of member-
ship restrictions by any club but
that if they existed he would pre-
fer to work for reforms from the
inside rather than make a public-
gesture of resigning. He said he-
would be glad to sponsor appropri-
ate people to Baltusrol.
In a letter to Mr. Nixon. Stephen
Nagler. ACLU executive director
-aid 'your recommendation and
your active support for member
ship in Baltusrol could help in
combatting discrimination."
The list he submitted included
Rabbi Martin Freedman. of Pat-
erson. N.J.. president of the local
chapter of the American Jewish
Congress. Mr. Nagler said that if
Mr. Nixon could not get other
club members to back recommen
dations of the 20 applicants. "I
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Volume 41
Number 34
Jewish Leaders Act
Quickly For Biafrans
Last week, more than a score* of
major Jewish re!ig.o-^s, communal,
relief and philanthropic orgar.iza
.ons OBBOanoad '-" dM* were pooi-
.;.'; their elforts to meet a crisis
fiaaMasninq millions of Lves.
The can '.-d the rari-
DM groups to dispense with the
ad organizational rivalries end
.iiize their joint resources was the
r.t of the millions of Biafrans who
tound themselves !acng starvation
cr.d disease.
Perhaps more than others, Jews
iecrrned to understand human suffer-
ing and the need to save from cer-
tain death masses of ceoole who are
victim* of political strugqle not of
ibatT choosing.
The coordinated action of the
Jewish groups emphasized the need
for speed in brinaina food and medi-
cal aid to the Biafran victims in the
face of dire predictions that one mil-
lion persons, mostly children, might
lose their lives in one month's time
.: .mmediate action is not taken.
It has always been part of the Jewish tradi-
o feed the hungry. But simple charity was
not the only issue.
Haunting the Jewish leaders was the spec-
tor of a world standing idly by while human
,.ves were in the balance human lives that
could be saved by prompt action.
Jews, who a* a people had endured cruelty
down throuah the centuries, could not watch
starvation take its toll.
Unfortunately, there have been indications'
m recent years that the world had not changed
completely since the days of the Nazi holocaust
and that there cne far too many around today
who are not aroused to the point of action at
the mention or even threat of death or even
genocide.
Even some of the survivors of the horrors
of the Nazi are found to ianore the implications
of an Egyptian or Syrian head of state openlv
planning the annihilation of the State of Israel.
It is one of the rewardina developments of
our time therefore, that Jewish leaders in the
comfort and affluence of the United States can
dedicate their efforts to a humanitarian cause
thousands of miles away.
fUMMe*rme'a
Big Political Sleeper
WASHINGTON If the intelli-
gence is not misleading (always
a bie "if dM major offen-ive
the North YlaJMimm ba\e long
been prepannz may just conceiv-
ably haw t.ezun before these
words are printed.
August i- the ttme generally
named far the kick-off; and unless
ever) indicator is pointing "he
wrong wa\ a", "he resources avail-
able to the enemy wiTJ be thrown
cted effort
ment and pr;-(>ner-interroation.
known enem> troop movements
and all other types of evidence
available, combine to sugge-t the
foregoing conclusions.
the fads surrounding Mr. Jordan's death will
not. of course, in any way lessen the effect of
the loss on his family or on world Jewry.
But diligent efforts aimed at solving the
case will testify to the genuine concern over
the matter by the Czech Government.
Still No Concrete Results
This week marked the first anniversary of
the disappearance in Prague of Charles H. Jor.
dan. the late executive vice chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee and one of the
leading figures in welfare endeavors.
Questions raised a year ago by the tragic
death of Mr. Jordan remain unanswered today.
Despite worldwide interest aroused by the
incident, there is still no clue to the events that
brought to an end a brilliant and fruitful career
of public service.
With the institution of political reforms and
the growing liberalization in CzechoslovaVia
that has been brought about in recent months,
the Czech authorities should intensify their
investigation to determine the facts surrounding
Mr. Jordan's death.
Our own Government has in the past press-
ed the Czech authorities to spare no effort in
establishing the facts in the case.
The full determination and disclosure of
JWV National Convention
Thousands of Jewish veterans of our nation's !
armed forces gathered at the Diplomat Hotel \
in Hollywood this week for the 73rd annual;
national convention of the Jewish War Veterans
d( the United States of America, the oldest
active war veterans group in the country.
As in the past, the JWV delegates are ad-
dressing themselves to the important issues of
our day affecting all Americans.
A major portion of the deliberations are de- '
voted to the chief guestions of national concern I
the Vietnam war and the problem of the
urban crisis.
Also playing a prominent role in the ses-
sions is the struggle of the State of Israel to
maintain security and independence in the face
of continuing hostility on the part of the Arab
states.
A Wise Decision
In our own area, the Department of Florida
JWV acted wisely this weekend when it de-
clined to send a personal representative to a
forum on Saturday concerning the Democratic
platform because of the Sabbath.
The JWV submitted its presentation in writ-
ing on a number of issues but explained its
absence from the forum was due to the fact
that it was held on the Sabbath.
At the organizational level, the temptation
i3 great to concentrate on "issues" with almost
any means considered justified.
The wipdon of the local JWV leadership was
in the highest tradition of the organization's
Jewish heritage and in no way detracted from
the effectiveness of its presentation.
Withdrawal
Assuming the correctness of
these indicators, the famou> lull
in the fight ng that everyone
talks about has had nothing what-
ever to do with the voluntary
deescalation' that -ome doubtful-
ly informed people have also
talked about The !ull has instead
resulted from the enemy units'
withdrawal to the.r remotest base
Teas, for the so'.e purpose of
getting ready for another desper-
av attempt to achieve some sort
of final breakthrough.
No one on earth, outside the
narrow circle of the Hanoi Polit-
buro, can be absolutely certain
that these are the real North Viet-
namese intentions, and of course
the time estimates are even more
open to serious doubt, until and if
they are confirmed by events.
Timing is alwayj impossible to
predict with precision: it must be
said that the last week has pro-
vided numerous signs that would
normally mean a big show im-
pending at a very early date.
And it is at least clear that heavy-
troop buildup is inconsistent with
"de-escalation."
60.000 Troops
Among those who know about
such matters, it is considered be-
yond doubt that 60.000 North Vi-
etnamese troops have covertly in-
vaded Sou'h Vietnam in the past
two months. This arrival-rate of
30,000 North Vietnamese per
month, mentioned by President
Johnson, is without any past
precedent.
For North Vietnam, with its far
smaller population, a two-month
troop movement of 60.000 men is
equivalent to a U.S troop move-
ment of close to 700,000 men.
The aim of this extraordinary
movement, and also of the so-
*
called ran. has obviously been to
bring op to full strength, and
even above strength, the enemy
units that suffered such fearful
losses in the Tet and post-Tet
fighting.
Manpower Shift
In view of the scale of this ene-
my movement of manpower it is
only rational to assume that an-
other great enemy effort will be
made on the battlefield at some
time in the future. Interestingly
enough, one reason the analysts
have guessed that the effort will
occur in August is the opening of
the Democratic National Conven-
tion on Aug 26
Obviously the outcome -
cago could perhaps be alter, I
America epiaiaa had jusi
ceived the kind of shock thai
caused, albeit nnjustifiabl)
the Tet offensive. Having
td that -r.- ck, the Han":
planr.'
all possible id and com!
their mnner friends or.
left of the Democratic Par:
Yet there .- MM -ery big cat
in th.- Gen. Cre._
W. Abram- is confident that
can hand.e anything that the
my can throw at him Ind>-.
is grimly confident that a
guinary defeat can be inflict)
the enemy makes the kind
out effort now projected Pray i: I
the general's judgment pro-,.
good on th:? occasion as it h,-
proved lino he took commar I
in Vietnam
If that is the ease (and. i
mu't add. .f the results of th
enemy offensive are accurat. ;
reported the real shock will .-
felt in Hanoi and not in th -
country. And in this conne*
in turn, another very interest
possi'i.lit] eserves examina:.
Summer Offensive
In brief, Tre-ident Thieu
knows his own countrymen far
better than we do. ba* always
predicted that Hanoi would stage
one last all-out offensive this
summer: and he has further pre-
dicted that Hanoi would then be
gin to negotiate in earnest if the
offensive met with failure. Th:-
was. in fact, a main topic of the
Hawaii talks between the Viet
namese and American Pre>:
dents, just as the expectation of
the enemy offensive has been a
main cause of President John-
son^ flat refusal to consider a
complete bombing halt at this
time.
A majority of the wiser Ameri-
can analysts are giving even odii>
that President Thieu's forccaM
will prove right. Thus if the big
effort is made, if the big effort
fails, and if Hanoi then begins se-
rious negotiations, the whole war-
picture may be radically trans-
formed by, say, the end of Sep-
tember.
Three "ifs" in a row arc a gn al
many. But it should not be for-
gotten that dramatic changes >n
the war*pieture can quite easily
prove the big political sleeper of
the 1968 election.
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Self Esteem For Youth
. A recent!) published study by
"la'ib. Allen ltuichik. Southeast
ial director of the United
Synagogue, reminds me that this
ith< time ol the year when much
!i is given to syna-
-j i" 3ffilli.*.
The Itc:. Schools of our'
immunity begin operation in a
r nd the High Holy
!>a>- are beginning to loom as j
|ci of of the im-
portant synagogues require mem-
bers! ip -her thun
ticket sales
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ped by
I Less than
!5 percei ol ei
.- in the daj school, the
emainder in what l)r Eisenberg
the ii p p l in e i
School-'' which are primaril)
associated with the synagogue
It is interesting that Dr. Eisen-
berg, a strong advocate of da>
school support to the extent
that in his report he urges com-
munity relations agencies to give
up their opposition to Federal
aid to parochial education
comes to the defense of the syna-
gogue school in most colorful
language:
"We dare not write .iff the sup-
plementary school despite the
fact that its clientele is hetere
motley, confused, inde
ire swept bj whims and fancy
and ineffable impulses and mo-
tivations, and too often ends with
Bar Mitzvah it nonetheless hi
the number revealed b) the cei
- that makes it impossible I
us to forget it
r Ri aus
the lai i m o In ent
it 36 | 'hi fa<'
the i
reent,
j
- due to
nt
places on Confirmation, which
Is the young people an addi-
tional two to three years beyond
Bar Mitzvah. and in recent years
on the development of a hi b
school program although this is
not featured in the publish.'!
excerpts ol Dr Eisenberg's re-
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The major thrust of Rabbi

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JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol categorically
rejected proposals in the Knesset
that Israel set up a pilot project
to resettle Arab refugees in the
territories it controls. Mr. Eshkol
said that Israel has no money for
such a project and warned that
Arab refugees in any event cannot
be resettled in Israel where they
would become "a time bomb likely
to explode at any time."
The proposals, submitted in the
form of agenda motions by Knesset
members representing parties in
the coalition government, noted
that most of the area's refugee
population is now in areas con-
trolled by Israel and said that Is-
rael could show other countries
how resettlement should be car-
ried out.
Mr. Eshkol said that the refugees
could be resettled in the general
region of the Middle East where
there is sufficient land and water
for them, but the project would
require international financing as
well as regional cooperation.
MORE THAN 342,000 people
visited the Knesset building during
this year, making it next to the
Western Wall the greatest attrac-
tion to tourists and Israelis alike.
Border Policemen Wounded In Clash
TBL AVIV (WNS Bazooka
and machine gun firp in the Beisan
Valley injured two Israeli border
policemen, it was reported by the
Army spokesman who said this was
the second incident within a period
of hours The first clash nccured
l>order.
The earlier incident occured near
Ashdod Yaacov, where an Army
talftrack was subjected to bazooka
shells. There were no Israeli cas-
ualties.
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Katzen, secretary of the party's public re-
lations committee lor Jewish affairs; Max
Fisher, Detroit Jewish leader and former na-
tional chairman of the United Jewish Appeal;
Leon Ell, the only Jewish member of the
Florida deleqation to the convention, and
Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, who de-
livered the invocation at one of the con-
vention sessions.
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Jerusalem Under Heavy Guard
In Wake Of Bombings, Rioting
LETTERS TO THE EDITok
Academy's 'Open' Policy
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Steel hel- were also in jail and charges may
meted police, aided by border l>e brought against them. Minister
patrolmen, restored calm to Jeru- of Police Eliahu Sassoon ordered
salem this week following terrorist police to take strict measures to
grenade explosions which injured suppress any attempt to disturb
10 persons and were followed by law and order no matter from
rioting. which side.
The city was under heavy guard
to prevent another outbreak of
terror tactics and retaliation by-
angry -Jews.
Following the outbreak of ex-
plosions, incensed Jewish mobs
severely beat up Arabs in the East
and West sectors of the city and
even assaulted one of the injured in
the belief that he was an Arab
saboteur.
Dofomo Minister Mosh* Dayan
toured East Jeruselerrt and con-
demned the riots nd bettings of
Arab roiidenri. Gen. Dayan declar-
ed ffcat tho ich or few terrorist*
did net reflect me atHtud* ? tho
er*rl population. Me said the
lasMoott of East Jerusalem war*
lap and to terrorism and proved
by rbeir daily behavior that ttiey
can live peacefully undr Israeli
rule.
All of the injured were hospitaliz-
ed and were reported out of danger
except a beaten Arab who was
listed as critical. They included
an American student. Suzaanc
Greenstein, 20. of New York, whose
injuries were described as slight.
Two Jews were seriously wounded.
Police rounded up several doaen
su-pects in connection with the
sabotage and 16 of them were held
for questioning. Six Jewish rioters
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Of organized professionals. The
grenades, each with a Chinese
made chemical timing do*ice.
wore planted in central parts of
West Jerusalem, concealed in
trash bins and in wastepaper cane
attached to lamp posts. Five #
mom exploded but nino of the 10
injured persons were struck by
fragments from a single grenade
that detonated in a trash bin on
Strauss Street. nt the Bikur
Holim Hospital, about 100 yards
from the city's main business
crossroads. The 10th victim was an
attendant at a tilling station near
which another grenade went eft
The blasts temporarily disrupted
activities in downtown Jerusalem.
Several streets were sealed off and
two movie theatres near the scene
of the explosions shut down. Police
began a foot-by-foot search in pub-
lic gardens, empty lots and trash
cans in tl.e downtown district.
Civil defense wardens found sever-
al grenades which were taken to
open lots where they were explod-
ed harmlessly.
The blasts which were an ob-
vious terrorist attempt to cause
indiscriminate injuries or death
among civilians, infuriated manv
Jerusalem ites. Hundreds of Israeli
youths poured into East Jerusalem,
severely beating up any Arabs
they encountered, smashing shop
windows, hurling rocks into Arab
houses and through the windows
of Arab taxis and overturning cars
Arabs found in the Western sector
were also beaten.
Riot police armed with batons
pushed the mobs out of East Jeru-
salem and sealed off the area. One
Israeli who was wounded in the
lower part of his body by grenade
fragments near the Bikur Holim
Hospital was mistaken for an Arab
saboteur and severely beaten by
crowds even as he was being lifted
into an ambulance, despite his
protestations that he was a Jew.
The grenade attacks are believed
here to have been the work of a
small local terrorist group although
the Chinese timing devices indicat-
ed a connection with El Fatah, the
principal Arab guerrilla organiza-
tion operating from Jordanian ter-
ritory. El Fatah leaders had
threatened to strike against Israel's
civilian population in retaliation
for the Aug. 4 Israeli air attack on
the El Fatah bases near the Jor
danian town of Salt.
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effective disarmament proposals
tin the Middle East without an
I Arab-Israel peace treaty and un-
less the Soviet Union is ready to
. stop using weapons as currency
I to buy favor with the Arab states.
He said that the Soviets have sup-
1 plied Egypt, Syria, Iraq. Algeria
| and Yemen with more powerful
weapons than they had had before
| the 1967 Middle East war.
The Public Affairs Committee
i criticized the Administration's
; hesitation to comply with Israel's
' request to purchase 50 F-4 Phan-
tom jots and warned that potiti-
; cat and military vacseum In the
Middle East would emboldon the
Soviet Union to carry on "militant
and ao-jressive policies" there.
The platform committee also
heard testimony from Sen. Abra-
ham Ribicolf, Connecticut Demo-
crat, who appeared on behalf of
25 national Jewish organizations
; to urge the Democratic Party to
go on record against Soviet anti-
Semitism. He said "the Democra-
tic Party has the responsibility to
protest in the name of human de-
cency." He said that such an ex
pression of concern could help
alleviate the plight of Russian
Jewry. Urging a plank addressed
to the Russian Jewish problem,
the Senator said no other ethnic
or religious group in Russia was
subjected to similar discrimination
and deprivation.
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian;
The anguish of parents whose
children have been excluded from
a maximal Jewish education for
reasons of financial inability will
surely be abated by a declaration
from Mr Oscar Mamber, chair-
man for admissions of the Hebrew
Academy as printed in last weeks
JEWISH FLORIDIAN. "The He-
brew Academy is a community-
; sponsored school and we are proud
that the doors of our school arc
open to all children of the com-
munity regardless of financial
ability."
It is indeed commendable that a
layman serving on a Board com-
mitted to the administration of a
modern, educational complex such
. as the Hebrew Academy, with all
the attendant problems including
that of a rising economy, can yet
; envision the lofty ideals of Jew-
ish education, of drawing children
I without exclusion nearer to the
Torah.
i
All rabbis and spiritual leaders
' who can guide and develop philan-
thropic laymen to this level of
; understanding and attainment as
I well as accept their donations have
1 surely been true to their calling.
As if to underscore the broad
. purposes at work in the universal
mission of Jewish education, the
community can be proud that our
horizon extends even beyond the
geographic borders of the USA,
with the Academy actively >eeking
registrants in South American.
With such an "opendoor" policy
extended both at home an'i abroad,
the Hebrew Academy will surely
continue to grow in fame and
praise throughout the length and
breadth of the land in \<~ noble
task of hastening the day -when
i the earth will be full of the know-
ledge of the Lord as the waters
: cover the sea."
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The
retciry of State Dean Rusk conlers with the newly or-
;zed Ad Hoc Interfaith Committee for Biafran Relief to
|re ways of speeding aid to the sick and starvinq.
ling left to riqht. are: Bishoo Edward E. Swanstrom,
itive director. Catholic Relief Services, U.S.C.C, Morris
Sram, president, Ameiican Jewish Committee; Mr. Rusk;
rt B. Bilheimer, director, 'n'ern'rttonal Affairs Pro-
i, National Council of Churche*; R"bhi Jacob P. Rudin.
lent, Sy:- qogue Council cf America; and Bertram H.
putive v; v <"
fjiMf Cyprus Sign Afforestation Agreement
^SALFAT. (JTA)An auree- at the end ol summer when the
ividing for an exel anno of planting season begins,
know-how on afforesta Mr uv,t/ u^.]y sppn1 >i(im,
time on Cyprus studying it* at
- ation needs and ii was agreed
>':it each country would provide
othei h seeds and saplings
..cnis was signed here this
Sharon Weitz, lirector ol
estation department ol the
National Fund, and his
art ol the Cj priol Govern-
: v technicians.
al n Cyprus is similar
chan .' '. ill ro into effeel to that of I*i ael.
Bond Group Sets Special Conference
Continued From Page 1-A
the role which investment capital
fiom the timed Slates and Canada
must play in enabling the country
lo overcome the serious economic
challenges which it faces.
In outlining plans for the Con-
ference. Dr. Schwartz drew atten-
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which Israel must carry as a re-
sult of Arab iiosii.it..
"Increased defense needs have
forced Israel lo cut its Develop-
ment Budget by 20 percent." he ;
aid. "The country's vital develop-
ment programs, and the absorp-
lion ot immigrants, will suffer
Golda Meir Bids
Histach'iit Leaders
Work for 'Alivali4
TEL AVIV i.ITa. Mrs. Golda
Meir told departing members of
an American Histadmi study mis-
sion here this week that they must
work for closer ties between Jews
ibroad and Israel and especially
. for the immigration to Israel of
.lews from the Western countries.
Addressing a farewell banquet
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she declared that "it would be a
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in this generation ol rt remotion
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Friday. Aucfust 23. 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PtAPIT
, Intelligent Involvement
Kmbhi Cmrmi
great measure
By RABBI RALPH Y. CARMI
"For the poor shall never cease
out of the land; therefore I Com-
mand thee say-
ing: "Thou shalt
surely open thy
hand unto thy
poor and needy
brother'.'*
If the Jewish
people to this
very day is
counted as the
'most generous
and compas-
sionate of peo-
ples, it is due in
to the primary
role assigned to "Tsedaka" (Im-
perfectly translated as charity) in
our sacred literature.
Time and again Moses and the
Prophets, and later the rabbis,
were to reiterate the teaching that
the earth is the Lord's and success-
ful men and women are but His
stewards who have been blessed
with affluence and wealth to use
if for the welfare of the poor, the
orphan and the stranger in their
midst.
History made imperative and
practical the les on of communal
responsibility for the well-being
of the underprivileged in each com-
munity and that of one community
on behalf of the other.
The confiscations, pogroms, ex-
pulsions, enslavements forced up-
on the Jew a sense of obligation to
all Jews wherever they might
dwell or find asylum.
The only insurance that we knew
was the awareness that no matter
what evil or misfortune would be-
fall a segment of Jewry, the one
th-t would escape catastrophe
would come quickly and lovingly
to the aid of the stricken and the
shattered. The lessons of faith and
history reinforced one another in
imprinting upon the Jew a peren-
nial sense of duty and obligation
for the well being of his fellow
Jew and fellow man.
I rejoice in this trait of my peo-
ple-which has come to be recogniz-
ed by social scientists and ordinary
men as one of the characteristics
of the Jewish group.
I wish, however, to sound a note
of warning in regard to the abuses
that are beginning to manifest
themselves in the exploitation of
the propensity of the Jew to re-
I spond to any appeal for aid.
When we lived in intergrated
; communities and the Jew by learn-
; ing and faith fulfilled himself Jew-
j ishly. everyone was able to evalu-
ate a call to charity in terms of
the worthwhileness of the cause of
, person.
Now. living as we do in large
communities in which we constitute
but a segment of the population,
and Jewish knowledge and piety-
. the rare possession of a minority
the success of a plea for aid is
frequently determined not by the
intrinsic worth of the cause itself
! or the merit of those who sponsor
' it. but by the clever manipulations
of professional fund-raisers, who
| indiscriminately promote any cause
I for which they are hired.
There are noble men and wo-
I men in our midst who contribute
to organizations and causes that
are on the periphery of the com-
munity, more than they do to the
basic institutions for alleviating
need such as the Jewish Federation
and the United Fund.
The danger of indiscriminate
giving and involvement was al-
ready sounded in Talmudic times:
"They are asked to give for the
Temple and they give. They are
asked to give for' the Golden. Calf
and thejrgwe."
Let us not dissipate a magnifi-
cent legacy of responsibility and
concern and generoaity by unin-
telligent involvement in causes
that are trite or ephemeral.
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Auf. 25Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross,
The Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach
Aug. 25Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue, M.B.
Host: Rabbi Tibor Stern,
Topic: Heart Transplants
At*. 27Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Repeat Program.
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Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is tha first versa of the
"Shama" chanted whan taking
awt tha Tarah on the Sabbath
and an festivals and not an
weekdays?
Not all the prayerbooks include
this chant. For example, the orien-
tal Sephardic prayerbooks in many
versions do not contain it.
The source for including it is the
Talmudic tractate Soferim (Chap-
! ter 14).
The reason seems to be rather
vague. Some claim (Rabbi Jacob
Emden) that this is done for the
sake of those who may have come
late to the Sabbath morning ser-
vices and missed the recitation of
the Shema in its appropriate time.
Since the "Shema" must be recited
by a certain time, they are in no
position to wait until after the
reading of the Torah to recite it
so it is recited before the Torah
reading.
Basically, the first verse of the
Shema is the Jew's declaration of
the faith. Since the faith of the Jew
is inextricably bound up with the
Torah. the occasion of taking the
Torah from the ark is indeed an
occasion for the proclamation of
the faith.
The reason for its absence on
weekdays is because on weekdays
the services are held earlier so that
people can get to work thus the
worshipers will indeed be reciting
the Shema on time even if some
recite it after the Torah reading.
Also, the weekday morning services
are shorter than that of the Sabbath
and so some addenda were elimi-
nated on weekdays.
Why does the Sabbath morn-
ing service associate the Sab-
bath so clesely with Mosas
(by reciting the prayer "Yis-
mach Mashe," for example?
There are various explanations
for this. Some claim it is because
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEH.Y TORAH PORTION
h N Reek*1 rltrnH
Six tribes each, atop mount Ebal and mount Gerizim, with
the Ark in the valley between.
'Thou shalt set the blessing upon mount Gerizim. and the
curse upon mount Ebal" (Deut. 11:29).
REEH"Behold I set before you this day a blessing and a
curse: the blessing, if ye shall hearken unto the commandments
of the Lord your God, which I command you this day; and the
curse, if ye shall not hearken" (Deuteronomy 11:26).
When the Israelites enter Canaan, six tribes are to stand
upon mount Gerizim and bless all those who will keep God's
commandments, and six tribes an* to stand on mount Ebal and
curse all those who will disobey God's commandments.
Sacrifices are to be ottered only in the place that God shall
choose. He who wishes to offer a meat sacrifice which he may
eat. and lives too far from the proper place of offering, may
slaughter the offering in his own house, but it will not be con
side red a sacrifice. He must be careful not to consume any of
[ the blood.
Those who incite others to idolatrous acts are to be ex-
terminated.
The portion goes on to state the rules defining purity and
impurity in regard to animals, fish and fowlthe basic ritual
: dietary laws.
The portion also contains the rules regarding tithes, money
moratoria. a prohibition on interest, and regulations regarding
the Hebrew slave, the first-born of animals, and the three pilgrim
festivals.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of tha Jewish Heritage."
edited by P. VVollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
I
Moses requested the Pharaoh in
Egypt to grant the Hebrew slaves
one day of rest and the seventh
day of the week was granted them.
Moses was later delighted when
the Almighty designated the sev-
enth day as the official day of rest
for the Jewish people in the course
of the Revelation at Sinai.
Others claim it is because Moses
had earlier announced that the
Sabbath was to be given to the
Jewish people as a gift from th.'
Almighty.
Still others contend that it :<
because the Torah was actually
given on the Sabbath at Sin.
This, of course, was Moses' glorious
moment since it was he that went
up to the Mountain to receive the
Torah.
I. B Singer Novel Wins Italian Prize
ROME. (JTA) The Bookstall
Prize, one of Italy's most coveted
literary awards, has been won by
the American Yiddish author, Isaac
Bashev's Singer for his novel,
"The Family Moskat." published
here in Italian translation by the
Longanesi Co.
The prize has been awarded an-
nually since 1961 by the Associa-
tion of Italian Booksellers and the
municipality of Pontremoli. the
book center of Italy.
"The Family Moskat" is an epic
novel tracing the fate of a Jewish
family of Warsaw from the period
just before World War I to the day
l the first Nazi bombs fell on the
', Polish capital.
An American scientist and an l<
raeli sculptor also won prizes in
| their respective fields here th:s
week. Prof Albert Sabin, discoverer
I of the oral polio vaccine, was
l awarded the Gold Medal for Medi
| cine at a medical convention, for
! his contributions to the eradication
i of polio in Italy. The presentation
j was made by the Minister of
I Health. Daniel Nahum took second
prize at the international ceramic
{exhibition at Faenza for a panel
i depicting the story of Samson and
I Delilah.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. Sas SW (7th Av*. Orthodox.
Cantor Morrio Barr.
ANIHI EMES. 2583 SW 1Mb Avo. |
CTH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. K*n-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyre. *r-
CTH DAVID 2S20 SW 3rd Avo.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
BETH EL. BOO SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
Friday. 7:31 p.m Saturday. 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Days of Ehll". Class: 6:43
p.m Mlnrha: 7:15 p.m.
CTH KODEBH. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modern TaSditional. Rsbbl Man
Shaa.ro. Cafitor Ban Oickeen.
Saturday. g:at a-tn. Strmm. "Jews
Thr.wKh.ml the World". Portion of
the Law. 7 pm Sermon: "This la
IB.
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ervices
age of Our Community in the Nation."
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ISRAELITE CENTER. SITS SW 25th
St. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaas.
Friday, 6:30 p.m. Saturday. 8:45 a.m.
Sfrmon: "Discipline thr Backbone
of Torah Law".
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 7J7
Bird Rd. Modem Traditional.
Nr.>ughoet the W
Law, 7 pm f
*. 7:80 gam
METM SOLOMON. SO NW
Conservative.
.{TH TBV (JTEMPLE). S4SS SW 8th
St. CaneervaBive. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkaa.
Friday at sundown Saturday. J a.m.
Portion of th^ wiek.
VNAI SHOLOM (TemaJe). 278 NW
19*th Street Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Abraham M, Caaael.
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OP GREATER
MIAMI. 1S7TNE 18th SL Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot
Friday. 8:15 f.m. Sermon: 'The Im-
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Beth Toaah Concrecatiow
Of North Miami Beach
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conaarvativa
8755 SW 18th SL Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Gliaman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben An
Friday, R p.m. Saturday, 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitsvab: Miehavel. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Schumacher, and
Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Lowe.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6SO0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Ce'tor Albert Giants.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 861 E.
4th Av*., Hraleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
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ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaae Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Barel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 901 Waehinaton Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmoryahu T.
Swirsky. Canter Maurice Mamchea.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1S4S
Jafferaon Ava. Coneervatrv*. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chaaa Av*. Liberal. Rabbi Lean
Kroaieh. Cantor David Conviaer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Frank A.
Fischer will speak on "Th*' Twelve
Loaves". Saturday. 10:45 a.m
BETH TFILAH. 8SS Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozenowaig.
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday S p.m. Saturday. 9 ..in
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2408 Plnatree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Qroea.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 15S2 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiold.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St.
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witi. Cantor Nieo Feldirian.
NER TAMIO (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Drive,
Orthodox. Rab-' Phineaa Weber
man.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER S4S
Collma Av*. Rabbi SacH Nahmiae.
YOUNG ISRAEL OP MIAMI BBACH
1842-44 Waahington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hlllel.
NORTH MIAMI BBACH
ADATH VESMURUN (TEMPLE).
Conaarvativa, 1028 NE 183rd. St..
Rabbi Miltan Schlinsky, Cantor
Tibor M
Friday, 8:30 p.m. Saturday. 8:45 a.m.
Bar Milivah: David, son of Mr. and
Mm. Joseph Sadler. Mincha 7:15 p.m.
e
BETH TORAH. 184th St. and NE 11th
Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 6 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Ban
Mttzvuh: Janna. daughter of Mr. and
Mm. Carl Zwerner. Saturday. 8:45
a.m.. Bar Mltsvah: Edward, son of
Mm. Beatrice Olllman; Arnold, son
of Mr. and Mm. Adolph Muskat:
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs. Roger
Rothstein. Late afternoon Bar Milz-
vah: Robert, son of Mrs Oloria Beson-
er, and Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley Harris. Sunday. Sam. Bar
Mltzvah: Keith, son of Mr. and Mm.
Sydney Kronish.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13800 W. Oixia Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Oavid Rosanfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW IBSrd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Charles M. Re-
bel. Cantor Jack Lamer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Func-
tion of the Synagogue In Jewish Life."
Saturday. 8 am. Bar Mitxvah:
Mrtzvah: Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Jaret.
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SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Av*. Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingaley.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Guest sermon. Nor-
man Upson, student at Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion: "Foundation of Judaism"
Saturday. 11 a m
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
18th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI, 880 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Paabbi Naftali Peres*.
JBLBS
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 8800 Granda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Marria Kipper.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Camera Ava.
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Borgar
Canter Hlreh March.
Friday. 8 p.m. Saturday. 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Scriptural Lessons."
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FT. LAUOeBDALl
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 B.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shel
don Edwards. Cantor Theodor*
Mindlch.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Where
Will We Live?" Saturday 8 am
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
128 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Morton [* Abr.in.
president, wlil speak on: "A La) -
man Views His Faith."
BFTH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17?8
Monroe SL Conaervative. RaOBI
Morton Malavaky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1281 Johnson St.
Conaervative. Rabbi Oavid Shap.re.
Cantor Yehudah Hailbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE,. 8500 SW
Way. Conservative Rabbi Irwis
Cutler.
POMPAHO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 182 SW "*
Ave.. Conaervative. Rabbi Mo'"*
A. Shop Cantor Leon Segal
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SURFStOR
MOOAN OAVID CONGREGATION
Surfe.de Community Center, w"
Collins Ava. Orthodox. Rebb< '"
D. Vino.
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riday. August 23. 1968
-Jewlsti fkridraw
Pacre 13-A
Joan brazer
Breaking^Down The Barriers
French Students In Israel
PARIS (JTA) One hundred and
sixty-two Jewish students left for
Israel thMweek fc fcttdM there
under scholarships granted by the
Minahal Hastudentim in Israel.
Most of them are originally from
North Africa. Altogether, 500 stu-
lentsl lave*i$>ne tof Israel from
France this year.
We were there to discuss the
iNegro situation. There were only
[six women present, just one of
[whom was dark skinned, but
I this was only a beginning, we
Iwere told.
We sat in a circle, drank coffee
[and talked. The questions were
Id reeled at the Negro woman.
"How do you feel about your
living conditions?" she was asked
-1 v one of the women. "I've read
; so much about Ghetto living."
I hate the word Ghetto!" she
answered.
I raised my hand for attention.
Did you know. I asked the worn
i tf-at the word ghetto was used
primarily to denote the sections
I v. here only Jews wore allowed to
live such as the ghetto in War-
"Oh. now that you mention it
." they said.
And that it doc-nt necessarily
[moan poor housing conditions bin
[rather an ethnic or sociological
bloc"
Hm-m-mm. seems I've heard
that^______________________
Israel Names New
Envoy To Brazil
JERUSALEM (JTA) Appoint-
Bient of Ytzhak Harkavi as Israel's
new ambassador to Brazil was
announced by the Foreign Ministry.
Also announced was the appoint-
ment of Col. Dov Sion, son-in-law
Of Defense Minister Moshe Da' an,
a- military attache to Western
Europe with headquarters in Paris.
Sfcnd of It. Col. Nairn Mourad as
Tpvlitary attache in Central Ameri-
ca.
Mr Harkavi served as ambas-
sador to Uruguay and later headed
th< Jewish Agency's department of
Education and Culture in the
Diaspora.
Eol. Sinon, husband of authoress
^el Dayan, was former liaison
leer with the United Nations ob-
rttt.
3ol. Mourad, an Iraqi by birth,
ided an army mission in Togo
later directed the department
French-speaking countries in a
fense Ministry branch.
Behaveam Amir has taken up
bis new post as Consul-General of
ItTael in New York City, succeed-
itfe Michael Arnon. who served
here since 1965 and has returned
to Jerusalem.
,A foreign service veteran, Mr.
Amir served as Consul-General in
London from 1953-1958, was Minis-
ter to Poland from 1958-1963, and
then returned to Jerusalem as ad-
visor on Arab affairs to the Prime
Minister.
Since 1965 he had been director
ef the Jewish Agency's department
of education and culture in the
,#iaspora. Mr. Amir was the guest
the first meeting of the new
Executive of the American See-
on of the Jewish Agency. Dr.
Cmanuel Neumann, chairman, wel-
omed him as a "member of the
mily."
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And that for years the Jewish
people have been barred from
many places?
"Wa'1 a minute." the Negro
woman said. "Here we come to a
- or difference. You can chance
a ; names We can't change
the color of our skins!"
"But suppose we don't want to
Mir names'.'" 1 asked.
Y. .; still hive ihe choice.'' she
-..
some light Negroes pass
for white I v. anted to tell her.
but I knew that wouldn't solve
the problem.
"My brother wanted to move
into an exclu-ive Jewish area up
north.'' the woman said, "and the
Jewish people were quite upset
about it. A colored boy in our
neighborhood!' they whispered to
each other.
"But then they found out he
was a rich and famous singer and
i very thing was hunky-dory- But
just to prove a point. I want to
tell you how my brother felt.
"The school >emester started
and my brother'.; son came home
and reported that his teacher's
name was Mrs. Greenstein. Well.
ail my brother could think of was
a little old Jewish lady with a
Yiddish accent and he said. No.
sir. that's not for my children!"
"So he went to school and met
a pretty, young, intelligent wom-
an instead. All he could say was.
'Nice to meet you, Mrs. Green-
stein.' and he left. We laugh about
it now."
So we all have our prejudices
and it is just a matter of ad-
mitting and then correcting them. '
The group that was having the J
discussion, appropriately called
the "Break Barriers," was from !
the YWCA. |
Months before when I had been L
asked to take an active part in |
the South Dade branch of the
YWCA. I had felt like 1 was the
showcase Jew. Later I decided I
was being supersensitive.
Mine is but a small Jewish |
voice, but it contributes to the
Y*s Open Door" policy. And so
do discussion groups between
many different types of people.
Maybe one day there will truly
be an open door for all. Then we
may enter it or not. as we please.
Stranger things have happened,
haven't they. B'nai B'rith?
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Progress Reported
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Settle-
ment projects in the Golan Heights
are making rapid progress it was
indicated here this week.
The Jewish National Fund is
preparing about 8.000 acres of land
in the Syrian border region occu-
pied during the Six-Day War for the
nine Nahal (paramilitary agricul-
tural) settlements already establi-
shed there and four more to be
set up shortly.
Members of the Knesset Fore gn
, Affairs and Security Committee
; toured the Heights. They saw com
I pleted sections of the 10-mile road
being built by the JN'F to the
j southern peak of Mount Hermon
which has become a favorite spot
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Friday. Auqust 23. H3
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Peerce to Debut In
'Goodbye Columbus9
FAMED Metropolitan Opera star
" Jan Peerce makes his feature
film debut portraying the uncle of
bridegroom Richard Benjamin (it's
his first, tool in Paramount's
"Goodbye, Columbus." now on lo-
cation in upstate New York. A
contemporary love story based on
Philip Roth s novel with Arnold
Schulman doing the screenplay. Jan's sou, Larry, is
doing the directing. Richard Benjamin starred with
his wife. Paula Prentiss this season in the television
series, "He and She" and has a number of Broadway
plays as well as a London stage presentation to his
credit. Jack Klugman. Nan Martin and AH MacGraw
are also in the Stanley Jaffe production.
Abraham Polonsky is directing "Willie Boy."
story of the great 1909 manhunt, for proucer Philip
A. Waxman at Universal Studios. Sharing star bill-
ing are Robert Redfcrd. Katharine Ross. Robert
Blake. Susan Clark and Barry Sullivan. Director
Polonsky is determined to make the picture as au-
thentic as possiblemuch of "Willie Boy" is being
filmed on the actual locales of the real-life drama.
Henry T. Wcin*tein. the portly executive pro-
ducer of Warners" "The Madwoman of Chaillot."
turned actor to play a nightmarish character in a
dream sequence with Katharine Hepburn in the
movie now before the cameras in Nice. France.
An Ely Landau Bryan Forbes production, the pic-
ture stars Danny Kaye. Yul Brynner. Paul llenreid.
n-car llomolka. Charles Boyer and Dick Chamberlin
a* well a- Miss Hepburn.
Ingo Preminger. brother of Otto, turns producer
with Mash." Richard Hooker 'a first novel. Ml
against the background of the Korean conflict of
the 1950s for Dick Zariuck and 20th Century Fox
.lii-rph Pasternak acquired an original story
I.a Poplce Las VegasfV>written espically for him by-
Joe Bigelow. who will collaborate on the screenplay.
Filming is planned for Las Vegas and Rome.
Jerry Bresler has signed Rod Amateau to direct
"Pussycat, Pussycat. 1 Love You." for the veteran
producer's own CKF Co.. which has six picture deals
with United Artists. Amateau has an extensive tele-
vision background but this is bis first feature film.
Sidney Lumet begins rehearsals for the filming
of Chekhov's "The Sea Gull" in Sweden Aug. 15.
Vanessa Redgrave. Simone Signoret. James Mason
and British star David Warner are set to portray
the key characters.
David Susskind returns to producing motion
pictures with "The Pursuit of Happiness." from the
novel by Thomas Rogers. Screenplay will be by
Sidney Carroll, but no cast has yet been selected.
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Mark Spitz
|u|ARK SPITZ was the big winner at the Santa Clara
*" International swimming meet in California. Recent-
ly graduated from high school, the 18-year-old Spitz scored
victories in the 100 and 200-meter butterfly, the 400-meter
freestyle and was a member of three winning relay teams.
Spitz, the greatest high school swimmer of all time,
was Ail-America three times, established five national
intersclolastic (short-course) records and bettered Don
Schollander's American 200-yard freestyle record.
Charles Minder. SMU: Rich Schneider, Yale: Jeff
Herman. N.C. State; Ken Ziskin, USC and Dave Myerberg,
Princeton, were named to the 1988 NCAA All-America
swimming team. Minder in the butterfly events, the others
as members of relay squads Former Ohio State swim-
mer I^eonard Adell of Valley Stream, NY., has been named
chairman of the United States Maccabiah, Games Men's
Swimming Team The 1969 World Maccabiah Games
will start a week later than originally scheduled. The
dates have been changed from July 21-30 July 28 Aug. 6.
... A bronze statue dedicated to Jewish athletes who
perished at the hands of the Nazis was unveiled recently
at the Maccabiah Sports Village near Tel Aviv. A memo-
rial book containing the names of the deceased will be
kept permanently at the same location. The statue is the
work of Karl Duldig of Austria.
I-rael placed third at the recent Asian Cup and Asian
Youth soccer championship- The Youth competition, held
;n Seoui, South Korea, saw the Israelis lose the title for the
first time in four yean Emmanual Slider replaced
isiivian Milovan Cine aa Israel's national soccer
coach German-born Shcfer. 43. played soccer in Israel
and coached the youth team to three oi it- Asian titles.
Cine will remain in Israel as coach of Haifa Hapoel.
Israeli soccer player Shimon Cohen has filed suit in
U.S. District Court against the Baltimore Bays and the
San Diego Toros of the North American Soccer League, as
a result of being traded by the Bays to the Toros. who
then refused to play him or let him out of his contract, he
says Long Island University's All-America soccer
player Dov Markus has signed to play with the New York
Generals of the North American Soccer League .
Goalie Mickey Cohen was selected by the St. Louis Stars
at the NASL's annual player draft.
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Bible Shows The Way to Serve
BVEN THOSE WHO are not ex-
perts in the Bible know the
names of some of the books.
Even those who are not experts
in the Bible know the names of
some of the heroes of Scripture.
One of the giants of the Bibli-
cal saga is Moses.
Another one is his brother.
Aaron, who became the first high priest. His ordina-
tion has been duplicated through the centuries so
that every priest undergoes the same ceremony
which elevated Aaron to his lofty post, and even
the monarchs ot Great Britain are anointed as
Aaron was.
Great men. Aaron and Moses.
But did you ever notice that there are no books
of the Bible named after them?
There is a book of Joshua, but no book of Moses.
Why?
Perhaps that is the Bible's way of telling us that
a person who is willing to serve in a subordinate
position deserves more credit than the chief Joshua
for manv years was the light hand of Moses. M
was the leader. He was humble, true, but he was
acknowledged leader of the tribes of the peo.
Joshua served in a secondary role. He was the
president, so to speak Ultimately, he did succ
Moses. And a book is named after him perhaps
advise us that it takes real greatness to serve i
secondary role and to absorb the sagacity and
wisdom of the leader.
And although there is no book of the Bible cal
Aaron there is one called Leviticus. Leviticus me
the book of the LevfteS. The I-evites. after whom
modern Levis. Levincs and Levinsons are nan
were not the chief priests. They were the assist
priests. They were the people who did the h.
work, who were willing to forget their own prest
for the sake of serving the sanctuary. They u
the laborers in the Lord's vineyard, not for ere
but for the joy which comes from aiding a no
endeavor.
May history' crown us. too. with the credit
do not ask for but will have deserved because
served.
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Ties That Are Stronger Than Dif f erenc
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JAVE YOU EVER been in a subway '
* on a hot day in New York during
the rush hour.'
The only imaginable counterpart is
hell on post-judgment day
Yet it was a day like that that I
came to earn a mitzvah and gain a
deeper understanding of the segment of
Jewry to which I am still rooted in many
waj s.
I had been standing on my feet for about thirty min-
utes, swaying to the harsh and uneven rhythm of the train,
when a merciful passenger vacated his seat and I fell into
it. But before I could savor the taste of my good fortune,
two bearded Jews came walking toward me. Both were
elderly and one of them was supported by a cane. Both
wore long kaftans, buttoned on the left side in the manner
of the pious of heart.
As I arose to give my seat to the elder of the two. I
whispered that I was bending in remembrance of the
Biblical adjuration to rise before the sage, the elder.
Very frankly. I had hoped this would open the door
to a conversation, for I am always delighted to encounter
bearded Jews, a rapidly vanishing tribe in America today,
particularly if they give semblance of learning or piety.
But they both remained silent, and I felt disturbed.
Surely, it occurred to me, they must have thought this
clean-shaven, hatless. unbearded Jew was quoting holy
text in vain if not in derision.
I remarked: "I am delighted that a mitzvah has come
my way. We earn so few ol them even when we pursue
it and I am glad.''
Now they must have realized that I recalled the
Biblical passage in awe and not in derision, and their
faces became radiant, as if saying it is good to meet a
in
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The train was beading for n<\ destination wit }
that seeming!} would preclude continued convi e
and I was sad. Here v.as a moment to which 1 w. <]
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hold on much longer, and it was vanishing rapi
"Young man.' the elder of the two said, "you
me a ycrav shomayim.' a man possessed with awe
but what I can't understand is that a man like >
about 'gilu rosh,' with uncovered head.
How does one counter a statement like th I
lionalization in such cases is the most ineffective
In addition, frankly. 1 was reluctant by now to
the Jew's image of me- not so much for mysel: ,
him.
"Reb Yid." I replied, "you raised an intenisl
not unanswerable question, one whose answering
must take more time than we can spend on thi
We have it from a Talmudic tome that all quest i-
be answered when Messiah comes Since we both
sure, are waiting for Messiah, let us then wait t if
lor the answer to your question."
"No." replied the second Jew as if awakeniiu fro
a dream. "Messiah will only answer questions to 'A'"rT
there had hitherto been no answers. This one has I
been answered." (
When I not out of the subway into the fresh lif .
began contemplating the gulf that was between our t
worldstin world of these two Orthodox Jews ana mir.
but as my head cleared in the exhilarating outdo >r air
it dawned on me that in reality the three of us were!
one world, united in quest of the bridge on wh ch n
demption will come.
I^et the sophisticates and pundits challenge "j
meaning of this thought. But to me, I must confess.!
has one meaningthat the Jew in beard and peoth an
this shaven one are in reality one and the same peraj
hound by ties that are stronger than the differences "--
separate them.
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Between you and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Groups Expand Rights Effort:
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to measure to
"what extent anti-Semitism is grow-
ing among Negroes. Moderate Ne-
gro leaders estimate that about two
percent of the 20.000.000 Negroes
in this countrywhich would be
about 400.000 personshave some
feelings of animosity against Jews.
The proportion of anti-Semitic
Negroes is naturally greater in the big cities In
cities like New York. Chicago. Detroit, Cleveland.
Los Angeles and Newark, the proportion is much
higher, for the Negro communities are incited con-
stantly by extremist leaders
Long known for their strong backing of the \e
gro cause, Jew sh organizations lind expressions of
hostility can now be noted among people of almost
every levelintellectuals, professionals, business
men and young people.
Moderate Negro leaders like Bayard Rustin de-
clare Negro anti Semitism is "dangerous" and say
it "must be rooted out." At the same time they
advise Jews not to fall into the trap of withdrawing
their financial and moral support for the Negro
struggle for equal rights They request the under-
standing, cooperation and aid of the Jews, empha-
sizing that they do so knowing that there is Negro
anti-Semitism and realizing how Jews must feel
when they hear some Negro extremists talk.
While they deplore Negro anti-Semitism, never
theless Jewish leaders are determined not onlj I'
actively .support the Negro demands for massive
governmental action but also initiate special Jewist
programs of aid to Negroes.
Jewish community leaders from 40 cities mel to
New York at a conference held under the auspice"
ol the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, wh'ch sets the guidelines for Jewish i
munal work Every aspect of Negro-Jewish n
was discussed at the parley and specific projects
)i Wish aid to the Negro population were I
as being already in operation h\numerous > '
N >t onlj do the federations but the main:
Jewish organizations as well are developing
projects .n their attempts to come to Ihi
Negro population.
The American Jewish Committee has
an intensive program designed to help mo
effectiw Jewish contribution toward thi -
the Negro problem. In recent weeks, the AJi
tee ha> convoked regional meetings ol its kej I
era who are active in business, industry, real e*ta"
the legal profession, the mass media, as well ''
Jewish religious leaders from various parts ol ,!;
country These groups met in Dallas, Pfciladelphil
Chicago and Los Angeles to plan impressive meet-
ing! to dramatize the urgent need for in
action to improve the situation of the Negro com
munily

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abbi Levin Rejects
lid by Conservatives
sntinued from Pagt 1-A
| Joseph Kara-ick, president
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Bgations of America, who
ed he had been informed of
Levin's reaction by Rabbi
is Teitz of Elizabeth, N. J.
Teitz was a companion of
| Rabbi I.evin during the lat-
L'nited State- tour this sum-
Bmbi Teitz disc:: sed the matter
ptabbi Levin in an overseas
fcone call during which Rabbi
indicaud that he had met
Conservative rabbis, re-
kg them and arranging for
Cammiiiiist Paper
Blames Zionism
Cold War
isHIN'GTON, (WNS) Coupl-
ionism with the imperialist
jig business complex in the
and West Germany, the
you!" newspaper Komsomo-
Pravda this week charged
Ifionisro is the chief factor
ideological war between the
ind Easl
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ka;
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-. ~.iid the newspaper
: appears to be a new Soviet
o: pen playing a principal role
Ideoli gical war that is said
_ m.-'(i against the socia-
rt#orlrl n> :,-t- imperialistic re-
.tioaa: t-
The -;<.- :'. the article, the
ewspa- .--respondent in War-
aw, a: r .<.!.- ; :ne now discredit-
d th< that Zionists were re-
ponsib.- '. r itu recent student un-
est ir J oland.
He i'.t: the totally false
esu Jewish nimble loyalty, to
raed .. id tin ntries in which
e. Tni-- ambivalence on the
Zionists :he article said,
b Israeli spionage in coi-
tion with the Centra] InteDi-
Kency.
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the Kadikoff meeting as a courtesy
, in line with his customary practice
j of meeting "with overseas Jewish
visitors in general."
In his statement, Rabbi Levin
stressed that he had no discussion
with the Conservative rabbis "on
any proposal to seek to get Russian
synagogues to affiliate with the
World Council of Synagogues or any
other form of association between
religious Jewry' of the Soviet
Union and the^Conservative move-
ment."
The Moscow rabbinical leader
also stated, according to the
UOJCA president, that "in the So-
viet Union, all synagogues are Or-
thodox and all rabbi* are Ortho-
dox" and that "there is no other
form of Jewish religion than Ortho-
dox Judaism in the USSR, and all
synagogues in Soviet Russia ad-
here strictly to the Shulchan
Aruch,' the basic cod* of Jewish
religious law, without any devia-
tion or change."
Kabbi Kelman said his delega-
i tion also asked whether there
! could be exchanges of books and
! rabbis between American and So-
j viet Jews and that the Soviet of-
fical's unvarying reply was "if they
want it, it can be arranged."
Tne four rabbis wire part of a
' 15 member group which attended
, a I'onierence of the World Council
of Synagogues in London and then
' preceded to the Soviet Union for a
i l(i-ria\ visit.
FATAH ACCOMPLICE
GETS LIFE TERM
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
military tribunal in Nablus
pronounced a life sentence
this week on 23-year-old
Walid Mouhamed Katsrawi
of Jenin, who was convicted
of aiding an El Fatah gang
involved in the murder of
another Arab. The victim
was a resident of Jenin sus-
pected by El Fatah of "col-
laborating" with Israel.
Knesset Approves New Cabinet Law
New Library Dedicated
By Tel Aviv University
TEL AVIV (JTA) The new
central library' building at Tel
Aviv University was dedicated in
the name of the Mexican philan-
thropist, Elias Sourasky, who was
on hand for the ceremonies.
Present also was Pinhas Sapir,
Minister Without Portfolio, and
secretary-general of the Israel
Labor Party; Dr. George S. Wise,
president of the university; and
several hundred faculty members
and guests.
JERUSALEM. (JTAI The
Knesset gave its final reading this
week to the Cabinet Law which,
among other things, imposes
strict censorship on deliberations
of the Cabinet on matters concern- ;
ing defense, security or anything
else the Cabinet may define a~
secret.
Under the law, journalists and
publishers may be prosecuted if j
they print news in violation of the '
decrees. The formula represented
a compromise between the Cabi-
net's first draft which would have
made all Cabinet deliberations
secret unless publication was speci-
fically authorized and a demand
by the journalists and publishers
associations that the law cover
only military subjects.
The Cabinet Law will become
part of what is known as Israel's
I "little constitution." Israel has no
I written constitution. The country-
is governed by a series of basic
laws passed over the years. These
j laws govern the election of the
I Knesset, the President and other
! legislative and executive bodies.
The new Cabinet Law will not
I change the basic formula under
j which the Prime Minister is
I chosen by the President after
after receiving a vote of confidence
by the Knesset.
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David J. Light Named
'Capital'Event Chairman
Miami, Florida, August 23, 1968
Florida JWV Backs
Ribner For Top Post
The executive committee of the
Department of Florida Jewish War
Veterans this week endorsed the
candidacy of Paul Ribner, a Phi-
Jadelphia attorney and a part-time
resident of Hollywood, for the post
of national commander, it was
mnounced by Michael Schechter
1 Miami. Department commander.
Elections for the post of national
commander will be held on Sunday
curing the national convention of
Ihe JWV at the Diplomat Hotel in
Hollywood.
Mr. Ribner is currently serving
|ss national judge advocate of the
JWV, a post he has held for the
>ast two years.
A former Deputy Attorney Gen-
fral of the State of Pennsylvania,
Mr. Ribner served as commander
kf the Grizin-Weiss Post No. 215,
:t Acquainted Brunch
A Get Acquainted Brunch will be
^eld at Temple Tiferoth Jacob, 951
4th Avenue, Hialeah, on Sun-
Jay. Sept 8 at 11 a.m. Brunch will
served immediately following
tie first Sunday School classes of
be year.
the nation's largest JWV post.
He was Philadelphia County
Judge Advocate for two terms,
Department of Pennsylvania Judge
Advocate for three terms. Vice-
Commander and Commander of
the Department of Pennsylvania,
Third Region Commander, and a
member of the National Policy
Committee for many years.
He is active in the Philadelphia
Bar Association, B'nai B'rith and
numerous fraternal and civic
organizations.
Endorsed by the Department of
Florida executive committee for
the post of national judge advocate
was Jerome Cohen of New York.
Jack Berman of Hollywood and
Irving Cooperman of Miami Beach
were endorsed by the State JWV
unit for membership on the na-
tional executive committee. Mr.
Berman is a past commander of
the Victor B. Freedman Post 613
of Hollywood and has served sever-
al years on the national insurance
committee. Mr. Cooperman is a
past commander of the Miami
Beach Post 330 and is seeking re-
election to the national executive
committee.
PAUL KIBNlft
Overseas Interest Spurs
Israel Furniture Exports
TEL AVIV (JTA) Furniture
with the "made in Israel" stamp
shows signs of becoming an im-
portant export item and efforts
are being made to expand its mar-
ket abroad, it was reported here
this week.
The industry exported S300.000
worth of furniture during the first
half of 1968. a sharp rise over the
equivalent period of last year.
It now has orders valued at $2
million, mainly from the United
States and from African countries.
Veteran community leader David
.1. Light will serve as chairman of
the luncheon for Gen Yitzak R ibin,
Israel's Ambassador 1<> the United
States, at noon Sundaj in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The luncheon, under the auspices
of Capital for Israel, will i>e tender
ed lor Greater Miami Honorco of
Israel men and women who have
purchased a minimum of SI.000 in
Israel Bonds in the past year.
In announcing that Mr. Light
will serve as chairman. Aaron
Kahan, executive director of the
Israel Rond Organization, noted
that, "Mr. Light has been a na-
tional leader on behalf of religious,
philanthropic and Israeli activi-
ties."
He aid that Mr. Light was the
recipient of the highly coveted
Herbert H. Lehman Award in Dec-
ember, 1966, in recognition of his
lifetime of service on behalf of Is-
rael.
This past summer Mr. Light was
a member with Mrs. Light of the
Israel Oleh Regel Tour sponsored
by the State of Israel Bond Organi-
zation.
It was while visiting Tel Aviv
University as a member of this
group that Mr. Light announced
that he would contribute $150,000
for the construction of a student
center at the University.
Mr. Light is a past chairman of
the Board of Trustees of Temple
Beth Am, where he was responsible
for building the largest Jewish re-
ligious school in the South.
At the luncheon Sunday. Gen.
Rabin will discuss the current Mid-
East crisis with Miami leaders.
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DAVID I. LIGHT
Capital for Israel is a new in-
strumentality that was created for
the purpose of mobilizing addit-
ional resources for the industrial
development of Israel.
At the invitation of the govern-
ment of Israel, a number of in-
dividuals prominent in the leader-
ship of the Israel Bond organiza-
tion organized Capital for Israel
Inc.. which undertook as its first
project, the sale of a new issue of
preferred shares of the Industrial
Development Bank of Israel
This bank has had a major role
in channeling funds through long-
term loans into major industrial
enterprises closelv linked to the
development program of the gov-
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Jordanians Blamed
For Gaza Killings
TCL AVIV JTA; T>n Gaza
trip raaadeata -*ere arrete ab'/o' 70 MTU '.fjetf toned in ron
PMtaM i'h Iat week's wave of
mining and rfioo'ing inctden-
the ar*a Charge* of tatorcrarrc
el rifles will be brought against
them.
Strong anti-Jordan feelinza were
rxprei%* 'JenU took part in the funeral
of thr-<- Gaza resident* who were
kii;d A+ten a car carrying a fath-
er and KM, hit a mine Auz 17
The mining wa- one of two h
incidents.
Man> Gaza residents blamed the
blast, which killed Ra*hid Mou-
ham-d Galani, 70. his son. Ali
Com map 40. and a paaaerby. on
Jordanian terrorists. The two car
IMfepaaagan were members of on*-
of th< richest and most important
famil.e-. m Gaza.
AaatlMf reported cause of the
and Jordan sentiment was the fact
that the Jordanian authorities have
prevestod Gaza Snp reidenti
from itins Jordan.
He said a htorana- v ':eal
edoeanaa :artnrtor. ar art dbee-
tor. at we mttm ad drama
dtowtar hare bees exag-
aew sehooi year la i-sjmerrt com-
plete Hebrew and reaeral stadiea
departaseau.
Soionaaa Sraeeh*er Dap
Stoooi is *J* Jeei :n the crown
. of oar Temp* i edarattonai pro-
gram Dr Lehrman asaened I*
- i dream fuiftUed for oar coo-
Rttoa i ard purpose has
always beea to provide the maxt-
asiaa is rehajoai instruction Thu
we hae ere toped an a)i-da>
' cfcaoL the asotto af wbca is ex
ceiieoee : tooth Hebraic and sec
..+ stodaai
The Sotomon Scf.tach-er
School. Mr Stlern;ai! noted meets
the staadarda of the Dade
Caonty Board of Public Instructior
and the State of Florida school
system, enabling the students to
aaaajrc a complete and modem
general education while rece.si.ne
"the ultimate in Jewish educa-
ion."
.
Lunches ar* served in the
adapaf'i aew fining room froaj
menus prepared by qualified d.e
tieians Transportation is supplied
b> Temple Emamj-E!'* bus ssstem
Recreational play and physical
en proixam^ under the guid-
ance of qualified specialists are
approved by the Dade Count)
ichool svstem.
Children from three years of age
through the sixth grade are eligi-
ble to register Office hours are
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and 9 a.m.
to 1 p m Sunday.
Leftist Paper Raps
French Arms Ban
PARIS (WNSi Sharp criticism
of the French Government's on-
going policy of barring arms ship-
ments to Israel was leveled here
by Nouvelle Obvrvateur. a leftist
weekly, in an editorial which
charged the de Gaulle regime with
hypocrisy.
The editorial said it was "in-
excusable hypocrisy on the part
of the Gaullists as well as certain
Communist nations to claim that
the> favor the existence of Israel
without granting it the means to
exiit."
larael inventment
Confevence Pfirs
First Dividends
JERUSALEM JTA TV
* oral economic eenfe-esve f Jew
:sh Qaaaeton and b^aVaatriaJajU
c or. vened here by P- M::?i*ter
Let i E-rikoi teal April. ha result-
ed io far ir. hahaj wo-omt orv
jects representir. 2 bavaa] meats of
abou* $50 miiiior. it wa> amount-
ed here tats week.
Deputy F:nar,ce MiaiUfr Zvi
Dioatcia bai t>"rn put in charge of
folio*-up operat.ofis arising from
the conference.
rorty-stx protects are now in
preparation or in th< Oral HMfft
'A implementation an :rcrease of
14 since the economic conference
closed
Among the dollar jajvratBieol >. Aiden Rug-
of AtlanU. Ga fan I .'.-<. H firm that
,will manufacture plush carpets: a
S900.000 investment by Baxter In-
ternational, of Chicago, for the
manufacture of blood preserving
-.-ems for export: and a $700,000
investment in the expansion of a
local furniture company which will
be underwritten by the Empire
State Chair Company of New York.
Bent wood of Canada and Zoeker-
man of Vienna.
Coalition To Serve
AH Area Citizens
V*or Seepbes F *?' a-^oo'.' m
id
*t-**M bad dee-ded aimaiwi y
to have the al
a- the po.-.* of ear-
'.: a ..Tzea. hjari -.- atete '
.-
The caahrioc n< forraed
. fisblrn a ~* -
econor::c. paaahca *--.
clima'e tba* will make it paai
to break th* i'
>* -
F.*-*ern Air Lire* exec.". 1 i
Bafjjbartaa hi Bear anahkrt and
Metro Bwhwt r>rec* Ha;. Q
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Mteasi
Mayer Clark
raaaan ha "r Caai
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coavineed flatf Greatar M
Coait?on can be a valuable a-- -
tance
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y to meet to conferer.ee -
the Greater M tefld I aaNttea *o
pjeatal th'ir pr"i)-em; a"! -
resttoai perrs:r r.z heat ag .
and economic 'he
Oreater Miami area
He pointed ou* *h2- (be caa
i- composed of a erasaarcttea of
Grea'er Miarr -.-.-
ness and errfc !'
He added The M ani Cty Com-
mission is sure thai thi* :< 'he
first step needed in re*o!v.ng the
problem- that fac< J *be Greater
Miami Communitj in the past
New Bonn Envoy
Arrives In Israel
TEL AVIV JTA. Arabaa1or
Karl G Herman Knoke. West Ger-
man's new envov to lay ad, ar-
rived here this week: to oreent
his credentials to President Shazar
aiirot snnm p. cum
raekj We bcttere thai the i>. f
i Hiaati mtrst r-
tecal prtoritiea artt *
-:'-- -re< equal I
problem -
r::-.- mat ret a near
- ; effort aitk ha)
i ate ectors w
". > have
pinted citljaas raced a loci
blem bat ^- a asattef of the r
-*.:' .'err*- tKi?..->e*SB3er,,
teaaerabtp and go*ernme
be mace to fact llasac facts '
Victor M. Carter, chairman of Ambassador Knoke told report
the American regional committee ers that sympathy for Israel ha
! of Prime Minister's Council for j grow n stronger in We*t Germany
, Israel's Economic Development. since the Six Day War and added
i left for the L'.S. after a two-week .that it wi- bis country's aim to
visit to discuss American-Israeli i see peace prevail in the Middle
investment projects. East
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Reports Of New Egyptian 'Peace9
Move Are Just Propaganda Effort
Al Hirsch (leit), a former vice president of the Jewish Voca-
tionci Service, is shown at a recent luncheon of the Pro-Bus
Loage of B'nai B'rith honormq New Ycrk Senator Jacob
Javitt (second from riqht). Al?o shown (from left! are: Harry
Javits. vice cresident of the Miami National Bank and a
brother of Sen Jnvits, and Louis Lefkowitz, New York State
attorney qeneral.
Nine More Jewish
Chaplains In Service

\l YOKK Nine new Jewish
military chaplains have entered
the I Armed Forces in time to
officil at Ko hit- lot Jewish military personnel
i: waf announced by Rabbi D.
Ruslai i.i r. chairman of the Na-
tiona -wish Welfare Board Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy.
Rosfa i-. shanah begins at sundown.
September 22. and continues
through sundown. September 24.
Recruited and ecclesiastically
endorsed by the JWB Commission
on J':". ;sh Chaplaincy, the new
Jewisl chaplains replace those
Jewisf! haplains who have com-
pleter eir tours of duty and have
cMeatless
yet so
^ftige
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It sticks to the spaghetti, -lever
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been released from active service,
i The new chaplains bring the
total number ol full-time military
and Veterans Administration Jew-
ish chaplains on duty to 67. There
are also more than 250 civilian
rabbis currently serving as part-
lime chaplains.
Four o( the new chaplains have
{One into the Army. Four are as-
signed to the Air Force and one
] vvill serve in the Navy. Two of the
Air Force ehaplain> and the one
in the Navy v.ill nave overseas
assignments. The other six chap-
lains will be on duty at installa-
tions in the continental United
Slates.
The new Army chaplains, the
rabbinical seminaries at which they
were ordained, and their assign-
ments are:
Chaplain David H. Bader. Balti-
more. Md.. (Ner Israel College.
Baltimore. Md.), Fort Lee. Va.,
Chaplain Joel lskowitz. New York.
NY., Rabbi Isaac F.lchanan Theo-
Ogical Seminary. Yeshiva Univer-
;I\, New York City. Fort Leonard
Wood. Mo.; Chaplain Howard Shap-
iro, Cincinnati. Ohio. (1IUC JIR
.lebrew College Jewish Institute of
deligion. Cincinnati. Ohio). Bel-
oir. Va.. and Chaplain Glenn Sten-
,el. New York. N.Y.. (KIETS). Fort
Bragg, N.c.
The rabbis entering service in the
Air Force are: Chaplain Selwyn G.
teller. Knoxville. Tenn.. (Mesifta
lalmudical Seminary. Brooklyn.
\'.Y.). Thailand: Chaplain Norman
/. Lewison. Summit. N. J.. (Jew-
sh Theological Seminary of
America, New York City). Sheppard
Air Force Base. Texas: Chaplain
lictor M. Solomon, Fairfield,
_"onn., (RIFTS). Japan, and Cha-
plain Ira Ynudovin. Bergenfield.
N. J.. (HI C JIR. New York City),
Travis Air Force Base. Calif.
The following chaplain will be
ierving in the Navy: Chaplain Ken-
iielh J. Weiss. Cincinnati. Ohio.
.HUC-JIR. Cincinnati. Ohio)
Hawaii.
The JWB Commission on Jew-
ish Chaplaincy is composed of re-
presentatives of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis (Re-
form), the Rabbinical Assembly
^Conservative) and the Rabbinical
Council of America (Orthodox).
JWB is the government-accredit-
ed agency for serving the religious,
welfare and moraie needs oj Jew-
ish military personnel and their
dependents and Jewish patients in
Veterans Administration hospitals.
It is also the national association
of Jewish Community Centers and
YM-YWHAs and a member agency
of USO.
UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. (JTA)
Reports from Cairo that Egyp-
tian diplomats were offering pro-
posals to end 20 years of Arab
self proclaimed belligerency to-
ward Israel were dismissed here
ihis week by Israel's United Na-
lions envoy as only another ex-
ample of 'propaganda games of
words."
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's Ambas-
sador to the UN. declared also in
a statement that the latest press
reports from Cairo were the
usual meaningless smokescreen be
hind which Cairo bides its con
1 linued refusal to make peace with
Israel and iis growing intransi
gence."
He declared that intransigence
had been shown again by Egyptian
President Nasser's "warlike State-
ment ol Julj 23 and similar olficial
i Egyptian announcements."
The latest Cairo reports were to
the elfect thai Egyptian diplomats
were privately pressing a proposal
for "declarations of peace" to be
endorsed by the Security Council
and the lour major powers in Mid-
dle East affairs The United
Stales. Britain. France, and the |
Soviet Union.
The "informants" in Cairo pur- '
portedly said that Egypt viewed
such a procedure as a way of
getting around Israel's insistence
on signed peace treaties with the
Arab countries and that Egypt had
urged this approach on UN peace I
envoy Dr. Gunnar V. Jarrin.g at !
his headquarters in Nicosia.
Mr. Tekoah said that as long
as Egypt and other Arab states
"adhere to the Khartoum decision
of no peace, no negotiations and
no recognition of Israel, there can
be no progress toward peace." He
stressed that "what is required to
terminate the 20 year Arab war
against Israel are not verbal de-
clarations of piety and promise but
a peace agreement."
Remarking that "there is noth-
ing more common in the past two
decades than such Arab declara-
tions." he cited several recent ex-
amples, He noted that in January
1967 he had helped to negotiate a
declaration of non-belligerency
with Syria which was published on
Jan. 25. 1967 as a joint communi-
que by the UN Truce Supervision
Organization.
This declaration, he added, "had
no effect whatsoever on Syria's
pursuance of terror warfare which
was one of the factors which
brought about the June 1967 hosti-
lities."
More recently the envoy added,
Muhammad el-Farra, the Jordanian
ambassador to the UN. made a de-
claration in the Security Council
that his country abided b) the
cease-fire agreement with Israel.
At the same time. Mr. Tekoah
continued. "Jordan supports and
participates in terror warfare car-
ried on from its territory against
Israel in violation of the cease-
fire."
Since 1948. and even alter June
1967, he pointed out. Israel and
the Arab government have negoti
ated and signed agreements. He
added that when Egypt and the
other Arab states "decide thai they
are ready for peace with Israel,
they will enter into negotiations
with Israel as they have done in
the past, and contractual binding
agreements will be concluded be-
tween the parties as has been the
case in the past.
ROBERT WISHNICK has been
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Science to be held in New York
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Tf6~r AuTuat 23. 1963
Johnson Vetoes Bill To
Exclude Egyptian Cotton
-IINOTON JTA Pre*
Jotaaoa has vetoed a hill pass-
y both bouses of Congress that
nLd have barred all import- of
extra Jon* staple eottoB from ac>
Ba-oaa that fai! to maintain i.>
asatic resataoas with the United
Si ej
at aad the S jdan are the
<-: prodaeen rf ioa? stapee cot
- that fit the descriptioa. both
g 4:ploma:ic relations with
*d States after tae Six-Day
AnMaal war
T-e -Keascre wa; pas-:e Bth Ka*s- Men Install
Senator George 1 B
Jr was the ,-oe-t fpeaker
~-=rii re:
of the Beth Kodesh M
- -H with Mr SpeetOf
rd Pesfcoe
*j SedoB. second
ataM Jack -
Mace Librr.an secre'arT
by the House of Eepresecra-
and it* Senate on a wave of anu-
^-**b seati-nec' arising from the
Middle East war It was also the
>oject of .n:ense tabbying on behalf
- >:too (rowers in the south
H*a passed, the quotas would
Save been reallotted to domestic
pradiacei s of specially cotton who
VC coaeentrated in western Texas.
New Mexico. Ariaoaa and CaC-
'rmia
President Johnson said, in ac-
.vocneing his action, that the
"' vaaUuy to the na-
il interest" because it ties the
nands of the -.: in the coo-
aod de
of needed Basil
- : i-spec
i
uti an
en had
- year as
E :
hznpe
Baal peace aad rr.
strengthen Soviet influence there
Cberi Rc/fce headlines the
Fontcinebieou's Clab Gicji for
one week stir lino Tuesday. She
is the dcruahter at Dr. end Mrs.
Mortar. Rosenblutr. c: North
Mlnti Baacfa
r rsl Time Offered!
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Slate* Open Houe
Open house will be held for tht
Reli^iou? School of Cc>r.?rezation
B'nai Raphael from 10 *m to
noon on S-jnday. acc-rdin? to ar
announcement by Yuval Kachioff.
educational director Parents jr-
children will meet with teac*er<
and staff a~d ret:;:ra-:->n wffl be
accepted
Open house for the nursery
kindergarten will be held on Wed-
nesday an-1 Thursday Mrs Joan
Berman. preschool fireel
nounced OaM an accelerated read-
ing pragraa ouW be atiarad for
five-year olds.
Ex-Nazis Get LHe Terms
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P-rc-
Volunteer Directors
To Discuss Planning
Mf S. CHARUS flNKUSTflN
8.B. Women Slate
Cards And Coffee
Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a card, dessert
and coffee party on Tuesday, at
Washington Federal Savings Audi-
icrium, 699 NE 167th St., North
Miami Beach at 12:30
The meeting will be open to
visitors, tourists, out-of-town B'nai
B'rith members and prospective
/members.
In charge of reservations are:
Mrs. Yetta Sterns, ticket chairman,
Mrs. Lee Meisner. Mrs. Ro^e Man-
cel. Mrs. Ann Krassner. Mrs. Fanny
Cohen and Mrs. Rose Rabson.
Worldwide Orchid Show
S*t For This Weekend
The second annual Worldwide
.'.immer Orchid Show will be held
al the Miami Beach Convention
Hall. This is the world's largest
.'.immer orchid show and is being
sponsored by the Gold Coast Or-
( bid Society and the City of Miami
l each.
The orchid show is part of the
Miami Beach Development Autho-
' ty'a summer long series of events.
Tickets may be obtained by con-
tacting Wesley Wilson 751-0183 or
the Miami Beach Garden Center.
"Planning for Volunteers in
Your Agency's Program" is the
theme of the Forum of Volunteer
Directors fall meeting to be held
at the Park Lane Cafeteria, 2155
SW 22nd Street on Thursday, Sept-
ember 12th at 9 a.m.
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein.
president of the Council of United
Fund Women will keynote the
meeting as she describes some of
the experiences and reactions of a
volunteer.
Three panelists will present
thought provoking ideas for dis-
cussion. Mrs. Edward Melnicker.
a past president of the Florida
Association of Hospital Auxiliaries
questions, "What's In It For Us?";
George J. Pfeiffer. executive di-
rector of Big Brothers advocates
"Round Pegs for Round Holes"
and a representative of the Ameri-
can Red Cross, Mrs. Alice Fow.
will discuss the importance of
"Learning and Teaching."
The Forum of Volunteer Direc
! tors is a program of the Volunteer
I Service Bureau of Dade County.
I Its membership is composed of
delegates representing each of the
I 175 volunteer programs in the
'agencies, nursing homes and hos-
| pitals of Dade County. The purpose
l of the Forum is to provide a struc-
ture where people concerned with
volunteers may share their mutual
problems and experiences; learn
more- about working with The
Volunteer Service Bureau; and to
aid the Volunteer Service Bureau
in assisting agencies and organiza-
tions in the development of the
most effective volunteer programs.
Presidents of the National Council of Jewish
Women meetino to discuss plans for the
1968-69 c'-b year cr (front row, from left):
Mrs. JeTold S-hwar'z. South Dade; Mrs.
Melvvre Soram's Indian-Is'nnds; Mrs.
Cye Wechsler, Lincoln and Mrs. Melvin
Shaniro Corn'. St-rnHjn* 'back row from left)
are Mrs. Philip Friedman, Bay; Mrs. Philio
Pearlman, Shores; and Mrs. Irvinq I. Wexler.
Greater Miami Section. Beqinninq the ye: r
is an Open Board Meetinq scheduled \z:
September 4 at 10:30 a.m. ir. the Jordcr.
Marsh Auditorium.
Child Behavior Experts
To Address Y Conclave
Project Hope Brunch
A membership brunch for pro-
jeel HOPE will be held Monday at
! the home of Mrs. Robert J. Bern
er. Keystone Point, with Mr-. Phi-
lip Morgan assisting as hostess.
Mrs. George A. Buchman. presi-
dent Of the Dade County Women's
, Committee, and Mrs. H. A. P
j Leininger, chairman of the speak-
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by Sam Seitlin, president of the Y.
It will be part of a three-day
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hood Development Department
which encompasses the Nursery
School and Kindergarten of the
Central Y facility as well as in
the North County area at 16951
NE 4th Ave.
Dr. Wechsberg'a topic will be:
"What to Expect from the Normaal
Child." This will concern the be-
havior pattern and the natural
JWY Auxiliary Delegates
President Frances Apple heads a
list of delegates from Ladies Auxi-
liary No. 330 of the Jewish War
Veterans attending the National
Convention tlii-- week at the Diplo-
mat Hotel in Hollywood.
Accompanying Mrs. Aople will
be Bessie Gibber, senior vice-presi-
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Decky. Esther Sokolow! Thclma
Weinman. Pauline Lazarus and
Daphne Adelman.
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THE SANDLERS HAVE THREE DAUGHTERS
Fred and Tilhe Sandier have three daughter*.
Bui according to all of the commotion that went
on you'd think that they had half a dozen
Da-jehter number one a* introduced by mail to
Murray Mittler of Nn York. She went up to
New York for h-< aon'l Bar Mitzvah. Ii was love
at first sight Nine Aeeks of phone calls and
-pondence Then Murray came to Miami for
acation and to give Charlotte an engage
nns Ik- decided he didn't want to go back
:o New York without her They weie married by
Rabbi Waxman of Temple Zion A beautiful re-
M followed at the Algiers Hotel. Appoint-
ment? were all in yellow as was the bride.
Among the many relatives and friends who
gathered to add their love and consratula'torn
were Mr and Mrs. Steven Simon. Mr- Betty
Howeli. Mr and Mrs. Sam Seitlin and dear Jennie
in. Dr and Mrs Morris Kleiman. Mr. and
Mrs Sam Ostidvakj Mr-. Claire Manning. Dr.
and Mr- Arnold Kroil. Mr and Mrs Le
n Leah Driedson Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green.
V- Rebecca Frankei. Mr rod Mr- Morn*
Rabinowitz. Mr and Mrs. James Stern. Mr. and
Hn Michael Kovin. Mr. and Mrs Abe Ka^ow.
Mr and Mrs Charle* Incarr. Mr and Mr-
Sbav and the Kushner- from Jamaica.
LI
Daughter number two Myrna and her hus-
band Ralph Fistel just had a -imcha Their
was Ba- Ifitxvu at Temple < >r
Atfenrardl the people who were the
closest ;n Nan were named in poetry and
ith a flower Her four brother-.
Jeffrey Samoa] Louis. Charles and Benjamin
were delighted with their sister who looked ado-
rable in shocking pink.
Daughter number three announced that her
:nd Stanley Gold had ju-t been elected to
the Board of Automation. I thought that it had
something to do with Science Fiction but I was
told that I was wrong Serriag u a delegate to
the Postal Clerks Convention he and his wife and
daughters Harriet and Lois went to the com en-
t:on :n Mineaplois. _^
FOUR TEENAGERS IN ENGLAND
There are four of them from Miami. Lon.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs Norman Russ. Meri
Tier of Mr and Mrs John Porte. Barbara.
daughter of Mr an I Mr- Dave Miller and Bryan.
I Mr and Mrs. Bernard Weider The> attend-
.rsity of Reading in Berk-hire. England
The} an 'akins a course in English drama They
go to see the shows in London, there will be about
y in all Then they go back to school and
.n di-cussion. So far tbejr have
King I^ar and the new I if lien of Rom*o
and Juliet They manage to find time to cycle
around the country finding the scenery beautiful
the peoole friend!)
YES SHE DID
Floridian for April 1928 asked a
H ill Grace Greenfield have her big
on May 2.? She did because it wa- at that
thai '.-ace announced her engagement to
ri S*:der. ar.i r^-cr-ived her rine Now forfv
year> later the Floridian is going to tell about
Iher party Grace and Al ieijen celebrated
theL- 40th wedcins anniversary by inviting their
- is to a cocktail and formal dinner
Buipbl Room of the Eden Roc
llv
I was in red ;o match the decor "f
the I bring ou: the fact that
ar\ i- red for ruby. The floral
rel ro*es surrounding hurricar.e
aepperrr..- ed carnations and
When the many
I aftc was brought out Grace cut
o way that she did forty
-. e one another a
-
II a- a wonderful to help them
celebrav- en v I Daughter M
her busbaad Leon Ma] ar.i two oi
Debbi and Fran! from Nash-

< Hber guests included Mr and Mrs. Lou Bieler.
Mr and Mrs Edward Cowen. Mr. and Mrs Irv-
ing Greenfield. Miss Lola Greenfield, and Mr.
and Mrs Robert Roesan.
Mr and Mrs. Mortimer May were mighty
happy to be in sunny Miami They had flown in
tbe night before from Iceland. Other guests in-
cluded Mr and Mrs Jerry Rosenthal. Dr and
Mr- Richard Fleming. Mr and Mrs Ben Hartley.
Mr and Mr- Milford Purcel and Mr and Mr-
aa Shapiro.
In that 1928 Floridian. the social news includ-
ed the item that. ""Miss Sari Levine gave a
luncheon at which fruit salad was served." Sari
and her husband Maurice Furman were at the
anniversary dinner Mr and Mrs. Jack Daner.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Winkelman and Dr and Mr-.
Riley Morris were there too.
FOOLS GOLD
Irene and Geral with Roggi and Debbie had
a iun vacation. They left 2-; \ear old Karen with
r grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Morris Ko;an
They expected her to be spoiled when the* re-
turned Their expectations were right' T"c>
went tovisit Irene's brother and his familyEd-
ward J Yalgan in Albequerque. New Mexico
Then they went sight teeing I iderl the
Petrified Forest and the Grand Canyon. They
included many old deserted mining towns in their
trip where tbe) found tools gold. The bro
h me a collection of these rocks e\en if they
didn't find real gold Durango. Colorado the
scene of man;. West) n n TV was one of their
stops
SUMMER IS HERE
It i- ; the middle of summer when the
l -- .-hood of Temple Israel gives their annual
Card parts luncheon The money goes for the
p scholarship fund The affair was held in
the old social hall but with a difference. It has
been redone and i- simply gor^t u
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg. Mrs Clifford Newmark
and Mrs. Harold Stone. YIP's of the days ac-
::\;:ies were bustling around. Of course Rita
Stone as all chairman of any affair for any
organization in any years kept laying, "Isn't
this the best luncheon we've ever had?" Ever)
one table hopped The coffee couldn't get cold at
our table because we didn't get ours till the
middle of the afternoon.
Seen at the small tables dotted throughout the
room were Mrs. Larry Singer. Mrs Marvin Rau-
/in. Mrs. Theodore Pntikin. Mrs Max Holtsbcrg.
Mi-s Barbara Rado. Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mrs.
Aaron Farr. Mrs. Carl Susskind. Rhea Ca*hman
Gladwin and Mrs. Manuel Joseloff.
A DREAM COME TRUE
Blanche and Joseph Nevel are home from
three weeks in I-rael. Blanche led the Book Club
at Temple Beth Sholom last year. They studied
books by Jewish authors. She was particularly
impressed by the Nobel prize winner. Agnon. He
was the first Israeli to win this award She had
always said that if she ever went to Israel she
wanted to meet him. So they went to I-rael! They
saw everything to be seen, they visited their son
David working in a field in Kibbutz Hazoreah.
She went to a unique dress shop. There *he
brought a knit, a long gown worn by a model in
a fashion show. There isn't another dress like it
in the world It was made by the Yemenites and
trimmed by Yemenite jewelry
But the highlight of the trip was this She
was told that she should have chosen Moshe
Dayan to want to meet. It would have been much
easier since Agnon didn't give interviews or meet
people. She found out his address and haunted
the neighborhood where he lived.
Strolling down that -treet she and her hus-
band noticed this small couple approaching. The
man had an air of greatness ..bout h.ir. and tiie
lea dull ;n appearance.
Joe did al! of the talking since be talks Y
He tipped his hat and said. "I bring gn I rigs
Tbey ho<\ a wonderful chat even though the en-
ition had to be translated ;o Blanche.
Blai
Frances
Bernard Sitter To Address BB Event
Dr. Narot Resumes
Pulpit After Leave
The Image of our community
;n the Nation" will be the subject
which Dr. Joseph R. Narot will
discus* this Friday evening at 8:15
p.m.. at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami, on hi- return to the pulpit
.rom his summer vacation in the
He will tell of the critical r
ports of the Miami riots and in
Miami Beach generally which were
made in newspaper- throughout the
country. He will niggi fl some of
the things the communnv must do
to strengthen its imagi
Temple I-raci regular radio
broadcasts arc being resumed this
evening over Station WWPB-FM
Dunng the summer, arrangi
meni were being made between
Dr. Narot and tbe Union oi Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations for the
parent organization io publish his
"Letters to '.he Now Generation
in the fall.
Back From Mexico
Max Shapiro oi
K ; re
led with Mr- 6hap.ro from an
extensive trip in Mexico wh
ne addressed Jewish and En...-:.
speaking groups :. tbe prot.
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The Luncheon Club is now in its
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Reception introduces
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Friday, August 23. 1968
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Bernard I' iirmuns
3 tt Celebrate
Golden Wedding
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Furman
2nill be honored on tlir opoa ion of
their Golden Uedd'ng celebfatlm
It a reception and dinner on
|eptember at (he Hotel Ugiers.
The fiO'li anniversary party, to
kiiicli 50 couples are invited. is
leing arranged by the couple's
Biildren. Dr. and .Mrs Sevmour
_hirman ol San Diego, California,
ai Mr, and Mrs Arnold Mitchel
01 <' i i'lnnati. Ohio
The couple's grandchildren will
also attend.
They are: Michael. Stuart and
Leslie Ftirman ot San Diego: Mr.
anil Mrs. Ronald Miller of Colum
Ills. Ohio: and Jeffrey Mitchel ol
Kuehama, Israel.
Other guests are expected from
Kaliforaia, New York, New Jersey,
hlo. Pensacola, Ocala, West Palm
Beach and Orlando. Florida, as
well as from the Greater Miami
area
The Furmans have been active
onists, holding membership and
ftffice in such organizations as the
farband, Poalaei Zion and Histad-
rt:' Mrs. Furman was a charte:
liember of Pioneer Women and
founder of the Boro Park chapter
in 1032.
Mrs. Fay Ablin.
Joseph R. Stein
Are Married
Mrs. Fay Ablin and Joseph R.
Stein were married in the study
of Temnle Israel with Rabbi Ir-
vine I.ehrman of Temple Ema.iu-
El, and Rabbi Morris Graff, as-
sistant rabbi of Temple Israel, of
fieiattng.
Attending the ceremony were
he children of the couple and
'heir families. They included Mr
and Mrs. Donald Ablin. Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Sehero. Mr. and Mr*.
Marshall Stein and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Garfin.
After the ceremony, the family
gathered for dinner at the Im-
>eral House.
A honeymoon trip to the Orion*
has been plapned for the future.
Dr. Lipschitz Back
From Council. Meet
Pre holiday service, and 'activi-
tie- resume at Temple Beth Torah
with the return of Dr. .Max A.
Lipschitz from attendance at the
World Council ol Synagogues Con-
ference in London and a two
stay in Israel.
Rabbi Lipschitz will report on
his trip this weekend, as t ve young
students celebrate their Bar Mitz-
vah. and ha- scheduled a late Fri-
day evening service on August 30.
Mr.-. Irving Seidel has assumed
the post of Educational Director,
replacing Abraham J. Gittelson,
who is on a sabbatical leave. Regis-
tration is now being accepted for
all departments ol the Religious
School, kindergarten and pre-
school.
Ml. AND lOtS. BtKHAKD FUKMAN
, HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY has an-
nounced the appointment of Dr.
Samuel M. Blumenfield as visiting
irofi's-or of Hebrew Literature and
Culture for the 1968-69 academic
year .
JAMS STEWART
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CAR IB 1 MIAMI
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i Labor Day Event
Scheduled By Y

Theatre, swimming classes and
a gala Labor Day weekend are
j among activities planned for the
! immediate future at Greater
j Miami's YMHA.
Members and their families will
observe the Labor Day Holiday at
the Y with a dance for members
scheduled for Aug. 31st.
Sunday. September 1st will be
"Family Day". A bar-b-quc with
hot dogs and soft drinks will be
available and games for all age
groups have been scheduled.
The Y's Theatre Guild has issued
a easting call for its first Fall
| production. Mrs. Ray Berrin. chair-
man of the Cultural Arts Com-
mittee of the YM-YWIIA, has an-
nounced.
The session will be held 8 p.m.
I Tuesday, at the Y.
A new synchronized swimming
i class for young ladies will com-
mence in the Olympic swimming
pool of the Y. Wednesday at 4:30
i p.m.
This will be the first of ten
. weekly sessions. The instructor will
be Mrs. Carol Dentsch.
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TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation
of North Dade
announces
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
For Membership information and}
Registration, come to the tenv*
porary Temple Office at 188011
N.E. 22nd Avenue, North Miami j
Beach
Sunday, August 18th and
Sunday, August 25th
from 9-11 A.M.
or call 949-3429
RALPH P. KINGSLEY Rabbi
Maurice A. Neu, Cantor
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Religious School Registration
79th Street and Catlyle Avenue, Miami Beach
SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 25th, 1968
10:00 A.M. to 12 Noon
Our educational program has been fashioned to convey
the exciting relevance of Judaism to the life of your son
and daughter. The formal courses of s'udies. combined
with our wholesome Youth Program is designed to make
our heritage a living force in their lives as they grow to
maturity. .
for further registration information,
contact the Temple office
UN 6-9833 or UN 6-8345
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ, RABBI
MR. EMANUEL FEDER, EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR
Kneseth Israel Congregation
1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephones: 538-2741 538-2742
For the 18th year we are opening our Talmud
Torah to the children of our community
As in the past we are continuing to provide the finest
in educational and inspirational teaching. Many of our
graduates are now studying at the Hebrew High School
DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE WITH YOUR CHILDREN'S
HEBREW EDUCATION There is no substitute for com-
petent teachers of which we are providing the finest,
under the supervision of Dr. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
REGISTRATION DAILY 1 to 4
SUNDAY 10 to 1
JWV Auxiliary Unit
The North Shore Ladies Auxi-
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will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Washington Federal Audi
torium. 1133 Normandy Dr. Miami
Beach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
CONSERVATIVE
Seltchos Services Midnight Sept. 14
ROSH HASHANAH SEPT. 23rd and 24th
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Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mifzvah and Pre-Confirmation Classes
WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPIE MEMBERSHIP
INCLUDES HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION
PL 1-6791 PL 71831
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Peshe was bora m Pittsburgh.
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>'^V- *^ I ssbCsji Her father and mother
I ^p*^I^ I Jacob and Bertha SdverbUtt stres-
*. | ** rdi*iee ia the home Ok of
!*. ar brothers is a rabbv A ciosery
*"*-* tog family group they all attended
PtSM e**Tf suacha of every family, no
matter where
Peshe was typ*al cfcid ^ extremely ambitious. Soe
bdooed all of the dubs in school, took music lessons
an, stayed rsoue in the schoo. orchestra She excelled ia
Hebrewaod ,u a graduate of the Hebrew High School ia
Pittsburgh.
Her first feat of college ws at toe Umrersrry of Pitts-
burgh She had met lad when they were both at summer
cam? Jed mas a student at the Medical School of the
Uaaaardtj d Cincinnati. She transferred there Thev were
married in September 1952
* time student Peshe also taught Hebrew in
between her e-asses aad kept boose in between teaeh^g
Joel graduated aad did bis interring in San Franse-.eo She
agaia went to school, the University of California from
where she graduated owe month before their first son was
&om
Joel was stationed at Fort Hood Texa- Again Peshe
went back to school to Baylor I: -o work towards
her Hasten She -a- chooJ ga! When Joel
was sec- : i aar mission where she wasn't allowed, back
be wee- Pittabwrgi a- rfc 0- her degree.
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raagal Daatnj Baea Tbe pr;de >'. th-fanuly is :heir dog
Snoopy
The children are raided as Peshe and her husband
were raised, in a ko5her borne with intensive Hebrew in-
struction All of the children are close to each other and are
thoughtful of each other as well as others.
The parents as well as the children have an active
lift. They take part in the activities at Temple Beth Torah.
social affairs there, the hospital and Hebrew Acadenv-
Joel takes part in the cantonal services for the High Holy
Days.
The household is a spinning one Peshe eats dinner with
the children and is ready to eat a full dinner again with her
husband when he finally gets home Of course when the
fall rolls around the schedule changes, but it's even fuller
than the summer one. if that's possible
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Mrs Herman. Scaiossnerz- 1*32 SW
82nd Ct.. became tae bnde d
Donald Neale Gras. son of Mr
aad Mrs. Charles E Gnu oa
Sunday evening. .*jig 18. at tbe
YMHA of Greater Mi-. The
ceremony was followed by a reeep-
taoa at the -Y"
Ob their return from a trip
through Florida, the newiyweds
will live ia Miami.
For the wedding, the br.de
Jelected an A-hae emptre gown of
silk organza with lace aaa and laee
applioues on the two tr Hi
length skirt. Shelley Schlosrjer3
erwed as maid of honor and among
bridesmaids were Larratae Ber-:
Marleoe Krantr Kathy Ryna. and
Joaa Wieienthal
Richard Gwirj served as best
ea, and groomsmen lachtded
Mtehae: Scanlon. Kenneth Fiallos.
George Rosso and Torn Gwian.
New Mrs Gwinc graduated from
Miami Card Pa.-ic Seaudr E&gi
and auended M:arr.. Dade Junior
College Her husband lU
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and Robert Leriae.
Both attendaag the University of
South Flonda. the new Mr? Adel-
stem is a member of The Educa-
tion Cbab Her bridegroom, who is
majoring in accounting, is treasur-
er of the Accounting Club, and a
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BlumsorvKeshlansky
In a late wedding ceremon> oa
Saturday. Awj 17. the former Diane
Faye Keshlaacky became the bnde
A Sarr Joseph Blamsor. a: Beth
Torah Congregation where a re-
ceptioB followed Dr Max A Up-
schia was officiating rabbi
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Sidney Kesalansk). ino
\E 151st Ter Parents of the bnde-
Sroom are Mr and Mrs. Harold
oc 1298 EH 155th Street
Par her wedding, the bride wore
a fu!! length satin gown trimmed
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Renee Jane Bauer and [
Philip K.o*i were married Sunday
Aug 18. in the Algiers Hole:
Daughter of Mr and Mr
mour Bauer. 6121 SW I3rh Trr
the bride graduated from South
west Miami Senior Hi^h Schoo
and from the University of M:ir.
The bridegroom is a graduate j.
Southwest Miami High School ant
is presently attendiag Miami-Dad->
Junior College. He is the son )'
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Klosz. 133-:
SW 85th Ave
Following a wedding trip :
Nassau, the couple will live in Cora
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MS. RUBiH POSSIN
Possin-Krell
On their return from a trip to
I Mexico Ci:y and Acapulco, the
[former Judith Krell and Ruben
Possin, both of Bogota Colombia,
Swill live ia Ithaca. N.Y.
The couple exchanged vows on
Sunday. Aug. 18. at the Doral
Beach Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Motel
Krell. the Dride attended the Lycee
Francai.' and the Universidad de
los Andes., both in Bogota.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Possin of Miami
Beach, formerly of Bogota. He at-
tended the Universidad de los
Andes and Cornell University
where he earned a masters and a
PhD in chemical engineering.
MRS. LOUIS GtlBIRT
Gould-Blum
Former beauty queen Carol Lynn
Blum, daughter of Colonel and Mrs.
Milton R. Blum of 5006 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, was mar-
ried to Dennis I. Gould on Sunday,
Aug. 18. The wedding was officiat-
ed by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot in an
evening .service in the gardens of
the residence of the bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eml J.
Gould of 7550 Ponce de Leon Road.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a Bianchi ori-
ginal of candlelight peau de soie
with an overlay of pure silk or-
ganza and apliqued with alencon
lace embroidered with seed pearls
and piaetts. The gown was styled
with .scoop neckPne, cap sleeves,
ind full skirt which extended into
a cathedral train. The fingertip
length veil was of layers of French
imported, pure silk illusion held to
a crown the bride wore in the Miss
American Pageant. She carried a
cascade of white phaleonopsis, and
Werner Kahn stephanotis centered with pink
rapture roses and trimmed with
white velvet and white tulle.
Gilbert-Horovitz
On their return from a honey-
moon in Puerto Rico, newly mar-
ried Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gilbert
will live in Miami Beach.
Nuptials uniting the couple were
held on Sunday, Aug. 18, at 12:30
p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel where
a reception followed the ceremony
performed by Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz.
The former Edna L. Horovitz
selected a traditional white or-
ganza gown trimmed with Alencon
lace and seed pearls for her wed-
ding, and carrieu'trxastfade of white
roses and orchids.
Bridal attendants were Mrs.
Allan Mitchell and Mrs. Harry Gil-
: bert. Robert R. Gilbert served as
| the bridegroom's best man and
Harry Gilbert ushered.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Horovitz, 730 NE 170th St., the
Oride is a graduate of William
Howard Taft High School and at-
tended City College of New York.
She belonged to the Miami Beach
Jaycettes.
The bridegroom is a private in-
vestigator and former member of
me Mii Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. He is a graduate of Atlantic
City High. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs David Gilbert. 2365 Pine-
tree Dr.
MRS. LARRY MINTZ
Mintz-Gordon
Cynthia Arlene Gordon and
Larry Eiiwin Mintz were marred
Sunday ftug 18. In C mgregation
Beth Ton -..
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Gordon. 16050 NE
16th A\t graduate! from North
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Florida
and Miami-Dade Junior College.
Her bridegroom is the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Mintz. He is a gvaiuate of Thomas
Jefferson High Schoil in Brooklyn,
N. Y.
On their return from a honey-
moon in the Bahamas, the couple
will live in North Miami Beach.
Garfinkel-Wainrib
The Napoleon Room of the Deau-
ville Hotel was the scene of the
August 17th wedding of Rosita
Wainrib and Raul Garfinkel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Enrique Wainrib of Barran-
quilla. Colombia, attended the
I diversity of Miami and Miami
Dade Junior College.
Her bridegroom attended Miami
Dade Junior College and is major-
Wellisch-Fishman
Karen Linda Fishman. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fishman
of Linden, N.J., was married on
August & to Fred Allen Wellisch,
son of Di. and Mrs. Kurt Wellisch
of Cora! Gables. The ceremony
took plaee at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundat.cn of the University of
Chicago.
Both the bride and groom at-
tend the University of Chicago aid
now reside at 5656 Drexel Ave.,
Chicago.
Her attendants, attired in floor
length gowns with court train in
Nile green with hot pink, carried
nosegays of pink delight roses with
miniature carnations and baby's
breath. They included Mrs. Hartley
Mann, the matron of honor. Miss
Laurie Gould, the sister of the
groom, who served as maid of
honor, Mrs. Bernard Beber, sister
of the groom, Mrs. Marvin Meisn-
er, Mrs. Allan Davis, Miss Mary
Lee Shufford, Mrs. Joel Mayor, and
Miss Judy Applebaum. Misses Nina
and Jennifer Beber acted as flower
girls. Master Kevin Meisner was
the ring bearer.
The father of the groom was the
best man. Other groomsmen were
Joel Mayer, Robert Allan Free-
man. Dr. Bernard Beber, Brian D.
Williams, Raymond Delisser. Jef-
frey Dennis Blum, brother of the
bride, Roger Blum, and Alain Lom-
bard.
The reception was held in the
gardens for over 500 guests. A
large white marquee was erected
and musicians strolled among the
guests. An orchestra played for
dancing in the large dance pavil-
lion of the home.
The bride was runner-up to Miss
America in 1965 when she compet-
ed as Miss Florida in Atlantic City.
A professional singer, she was
featured in a North American con-
cert tour and has appeared in sup-
per clubs and on national TV. Mrs,
Gould held the titles of Miss Dixie.
Azalea Queen of the South. Flo-
rida's Junior Miss, and Miss Teen
Age Miami, She starred in the
"Kiss Me Kate" production in
Miami Beach last season.
She attended schools in Japan
and Europe and is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and the Heidelberg American
School in Heidelberg. Germany.
She ha; also attended the Cleve-
land institute of Music and is pre-
sently enrolled as a senior at the
University of Miami She is a
MRS. DfNNJS COUtD
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
The groom attended the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and is a grad-
uate of the University of Miami.
He is a member of Sigma Chi Fra-
ternity. He is president of Build-
ers of Florida, Inc., a member of
the board of directors of the Build-
ers Association of South Florida,
a director of the Florida Home
Builders Association and a direc-
tor of the National Association of
Home Builders where he serves
as chairman of the International
Housing Committee. Mr. Gould is
also a member of the Special Ad-
visory Committee of the Florida
Legislature on the Construction
Industry. He is treasurer of the
Friars. Young Men's Philharmonic
Association, a member of the Palm
Bay Club and the Coconut Grove
Sailing Club.
The newlyweds will honeymoon
in Europe.
Adath Yeshurun Choir
Temple Adath Yeshurun, North
Miami Beach, has formed a new
teenage choir under the direction
of Cantor Tibor Moses. They will
participate at the High Holy Day
Services and also at Friday even-
ing services. The Temple is also
starting a Junior Choir for the
children from 9 to 13 years of age.
For additional information call the
Temple olfice.
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MRS. MICHAEL BRUT
Breit-Kapchuk
Renee Diane Kapchuk. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Kapchuk
of 860 NE. 178th Terrace. North
Miami Beach, became the bride
of Michael Lance Breit. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Breit of 411 Mer.
dian Ave.. Miami Beach, on Sun-
day, August 18.
The ceremony was performed a'.
the Seville Hotel by Rabbi Max
Lipschitz and Cantor Jacob Renzer
at 7 p.m. A reception at the Seville
Hotel followed.
Francine Kapchuk, the bride's
sister was maid of honor, and Lee
Viola, sister of the bridegroom,
was matron of honor. Janice Berk
ley. Barbara Einhorn, Terri Stepin-
off. and Sharon Welsher served as
bridesmaids. Mindy Viola was the
flower girl.
The best man was Joel Welsher.
and Larry Stein. Robbie Hagen.
Mark Stein, Larry Levy, an.l
Danny Kane acted as ushers.
The bride graduated from Miami
Norland Senior High School and
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col
le;4e. The bridegroom graduate!
from Miami Beach High Sch
and also attended Miami-Dad-*
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After a honeymoon in Puert I
Rico and the Virgin Islands, th-i
newlyweds w'll live in Nortt
Miami.
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Frid-rv AuT-jst 23. 1968
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MBS. MARC MIR VIS
Hi.>,.
Mervis-Post
Rosannc Post and Marc I^eonard
"lervis were married Sunday. Au-
-ust 11. at Temple Emanu-El.
liami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
i lan officiated at the double ring
leremeny. A reception followed
* e ceremony in the Grand Ball-
iom of the Temple.
The daughter ol Mr and Mrs.
iiavid Larrv Post, the bride is a
.raduatc of Miami Norland High
>chool and Miami Dade Junior
1 ollege School of Nursing.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Irs. Albert Mervis. graduated
; om Miami Norland High School
id is presently attending the L'ni-
ersity of.Miami. He is president
i the Beta Omega chapter of Delta
>igma Pi. International Honarary
1 raternity.
The bride was attended by her
- -ter. Linda Ruth Post, maid of
-inor. and bridesmaids, Arlene
/ uckermun. Debby Mervis and
>an Atkins.
The grooms attendants included
ie best man. Michael Ray Con-
\ ay. and ushers Gary Diener,
Meven Trachtman, and Michael
1 aylor.
After a honeymoon trip to
l.imaica the newly weds will make
" leir home in Coral Gables.
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MRS. HARVLY RADLER
Corenblum. Robin Corenblum.
, Janie Katr. Judith and Mar>ha
Silver. Flower girl was Stacey Mad-
dox.
The groom's brother, Aaron
I Katz. was best man. Ushers were
i Paul Adler. Mark Bauman. Stanley
! Bloom. Frederick Blumenfeld and
Glen Dresher.
The bride chose for her wedding
a princess style gown of silk or-
ganza with lace appliques encrust-
ed with pearls. The rolled cowl
neckline and long tapered sleeves
of lace were also encrusted with
t pearls The skirt was terminated
I with a wide lace scalloped border.
i Her bateau removable train was
also of silk organza with lace
appliques. Her peau dc soie head-
piece had a rose petal center edged
i in pearls w ith petals extending
I onto her forehead. Her veil was a
shoulder length silk illusion. She
carried a cascade bouquet of white
Cattleia orchids, caladium leaves
and white stephanotis.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in Knoxville,
Tennessee
MRS IOH KATI
Katz-Bloom
Carol Bess Bloom became the
1 ride of Joel Abraham Katz in a
< indlclight ceremony at Temple
> manu-KI on Saturday evening.
Augast 17th Rabbi Irving Lehr-
i .an officiated.
The new Mrs. Katz. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bloom.
C-921 K e n d a 1 e Boulevard, was
-raduatefl from Coral Gables
5-enier High School and is a past
{resident of Zakkai B'nai B'rith
Girls. She is a junior at the Uni-
versity ol Tennessee where she is
i iijoring in Physical Education.
Mr. Katz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Katz of Flushing, New York,
i- a graduate of Hunter College of
< ity University of New York. He
is now a senior at the University
' 1 Tennessee College of Law. He
is a life member of Alpha Epsilon
i Fraternity and Vice-President
I the John Catron Senate of Delta
1 heta Phi Legal fraternity of
hich lie is also a charter member.
The bride's sister. Francine
T lumenfeld. served as matron of
J onor. Bridesmaids were Ilcnc
Radler-Lefkowitz
Temple Israel was the setting
of the August 17th wedding of
Pauline June Lefowitz and Harvey
L. Radler. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
officiated at the evening cere-
mony
The bride wore a gown of full
length silk organza with a bodice
of alencon lace. Her train was
irimmed with alencon lace. The
bride was attended by her sister.
Mrs. Gerald Smith, who served as
Matron of Honor. Flower girls
were Misses Debra and Susan
Smith, nieces of the bride.
The bridegroom's brother War-
ren S Radler. served as best man.
Martin Gersten and Gerald Kantor
were ushers.
The new Mrs. Radler is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz of 4501 Jefferson Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. She is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami. She
is now a teacher in the New York
City School System.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Brewstcr High School in New
York. He attended the Wharton
School of Commerce and Finance
of the University of Pennsylvania
and is now a general partner in
the brokerage firm of Oppenhcim-
er, Ncwborg, and Neu, members
of the New York Stock Exchange.
He is the son or Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Railer of 7501 E. Treasure Drive.
After a honeymoon in Dorado
Beach. Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Isles, the couple will live at 301
East 89th Street. New York City.
Lukash-Wood
A double ring, candelight cere-
mony Saturday evening, August
17th. united the former Betty Sue
Wood and Seth Mayer Lukash at
the Doral Beach Hotel.
Rabbi Morris Kipper officiated
at the nuptials and a reception
and dinner at the hotel followed.
On their return from a honey-
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MBS. SITH LUKASH
krr
moon in Italy, the newlyweds will
live in New York City.
Attendants to the bride were
Anne Hertz and I^ura Lukash. The
bride's sister. Mrs. Nancy Copen-
hagen was Matron of Honor.
Ricky Lukash served as best
man to the bridegroom, with Gary
Lawn. Stuart Schoolnik. Andrew
Rose. Marc Friedman, and Stephen
Friedman as ushers.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Edward Wood. 700 San Esteban.
Coral Gables, the new Mrs. Luk-
ash is a graduate of Coral Gables
Senior High School and attended
American Universitv in Washing-
ton. D. C. She is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
MBS. J. ROGER SCHAffER
Schaffer-Green
Phylis Bonnie Green became the
bride of J. Roger Schaffer. Satur-
day evening at the Port o' Call
Inn. on the Isle of Tierra Verde.
St. Petersburg.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Green. 7987 9th Avenue
South, St. Petersburg, graduated
from Boca Ciega High School and
attended the University of Miami
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Schaffer, 1754
SW 16th St.. Miami, graduated
from Whitefield Senior High School
and attended the University of
Miami. His fraternal Grandpar-
ents are long time residents of
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaf-
fer.
The bride's attendants were Pam
Schaffer. Linda Aronoff, 6haron
Portman and Lanie Kay.
The best man was Stephen Port-
man and the ushers were Benson
Green, Benjamin Green* Dr.
Michael Foodman and Alan Kay.
The ringbearer wearing a Lord
Fauntleroy suit of velvet was
Taven Portman.
After a wedding trip to San
Francisco, the couple will reside
in St. Petersburg.
Allen Malftchlcli
MRS. MICH AH MUSStN
Mussen-Tobias
Linda Tobias, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. I.ennv Tobias. 19200
NW 5th Avenue, became the wife
of Michael Mussen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Mussen, 3518 Taylor
Street. Hollywood, on Sunday.
August 18. at Beth Torah Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Lipschitz offici-
ated.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Norland Senior High School and
the University of Miami. She
taught Engli.-h at North Miami
Senior High School.
Her husband graduated from
Edison Senior High School and the
University of Miami where he re-
ceived his masters degree in
educational psychology. He is now-
attending the University of Ten-
nessee in Knoxville. where he is
working on his Doctorate.
Mrs. Mussen wore a chiffon full
length bridal gown with a Venetian
lace collar and Venetian lace long
sleeves. Her crown was of lace and
seed pearls with tiers of French
illusion veiling. She carried a brid-
] al bouquet of orchids atop a tradi-
lional Bible.
Mrs. Marilynn Grossbard was
i matron of honor; bridesmaid-, were
Robin Tobias. Judi Andersen. Veda
Lynn Neu. and Beth Grossbard.
Best man was Bill Grossbard.
Elliot Tobias. Milton Goldkin. Cur
tis Gunn. and Alan Koldkin usher-
ed. Andy Grossbard was ringbear
er.
Maternal grandparents from
North Miami Beach are Mr. and
Mrs. II. Goldkin, and paternal
grandmother. Mrs. Kuth Tobias,
from Detroit. Mich.
Out of town guests were from
Michigan, Illinois. New Jersey and
Connecticut.
The couple will live in Knoxville.
l Tenn. after a wedding trip to Mon-
tego Bay. Jamaica.
Paillette Marks*
Eric Lebowitz
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks
5201 S.W. 89 Place announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Paulette Harriet, to Eric Jeffrey
Lebowitz son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Lebowitz. 2765 SW 30 Court.
Miss Marks is a junior at the
University of Maryland. She at-
tended the University of Miami
and graduated from Southwest
Miami Senior High School. She is
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma.
Her fiance will enter the Uni-
versity of Maryland School of
Dentistry in September. He also
attended the University of Miami
and graduated from Southwest
Miami Senior High School.
Bowling League Winners
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landesman.
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Waldman
of the Waldman's Hotel took top
honors in the Beth Raphael Bowl-
, ing League. Ted Landesman was
Single Parents Club
The Singles Parents of Miami
Beach will hold its monthly party-
Sunday at Bea Morlcy's Mouse
Trap. Miss Adele Fredel. Club vice
president and program chairman,
says there will be music, food and
drinks for the 100 members and
guests expected to attend.
Wei K n
MBS JOHN GIBSON
Gibson-Cohen
Linda Iris Cohen and John Gib-
son were married Saturday in .,
candelight ceremony officiated h>
Rlbbi Max Shapiro at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
The bride's sisters, Mrs. Louis
Kothman and Mrs. Edward Cooner
snrth. served as matrons of honor
The bridesmaids included Joyce
Rothman. Jean Adelman. Barbara
Kurland. Eileen Bell, and Lee Me
Cartne]
Edward McCartney was the best
man and Louis Rothman, Edwa rd
Coppersmith. Brian Bell. George
Moore, and Donnie Goodstein serv-
ed as ushers.
The bride, daughter of Mr. ind
Mrs Seymour Cohen. 1811 SW
24th Terrace, graduated t om
Miami Senior High School am at
tended Miami-Dade Junior College
Her maternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs Charles M. Pcretzn an,
pioneer residents of Miami Be ch
The bridegroom graduated from
Miami JacKSon High School and is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Join I.
Gibson of 2464 SW 22nd Street.
After a wedding trip to Los
Angeles and New York, the couple
will live in Miami.
Mi** Offenbach
Is Engaged To
Myles Abbott
MISS IDA OFFtNBACH
Offenbach. 8440 SW 104 Street.
A graduate of Palmetto Senioi
High School. Miss Offenbach was
a finalist in the National Merit
Scholarship competition. She is a
senior at Smith College where
she belongs to the Geld Key, Judi
cial Board and is on the Denis
List.
Her fiance, the son of Mr and
Mrs. Harold Abbott. 7480 SW 190
St., is a graduate of Palmetto
Senior High School and Emory
University where he was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Eta Sigma
Psi. Alpha Epsilon Upsilon and
the Student Senate. He will attend
the University of Miami Medical
School this fall.
A wedding is planned for next
June.
*



Friday, August 23. 1968
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2 OR 3 acres fruit trees, 7 extra
large rooms, 2 baths, 3 extra-
large terraces, 2 car garage, double
carport. Many original features
Phone 248-182S
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 Ml IE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
CALL 247-0857 or 247-8788
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1135 N. KROME HOMESTEAD
TERRIFIC VALUE
EXCLUSIVE BAY POINT
LOVELY 5 bedrooms, 3 baths,
charming living room, Florida roon
Tremendous kitchen. Air cond.
heated Beautiful sprinklered lawn.
Call Vicki Adair, Associate.
HELEN R STRATT, REALTOR
Phone 667-3638
SPECULATOR
960 ACRES SO. DADE
N. of Route 41 in the conservation
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Act now-inflation hedge. $100 per
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100 Bisc. Blvd. 371-3S92
SEA BREEZE MOTEL
710 S. Dixie Hwy, Hallandale, 18
rooms consisting of 4 opts., 7
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owner will take 6% 1st mort-
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206 MONSERRATE ST.
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Off. 446-7616 Res. 443-8813
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68,000 SO. FT. under roof 2'i
acres land 573' railroad trackage
- strategic location in fast grow-
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238-2027
WANTED
CLOSE to Gables, about 10,000 sq.
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Phone 443-2547
GOOD INCOME PROPERTY
t UNITS fully furn. never a vacancy
due to nearby Civic Center. Zoned
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income and owner will hold mort-
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634 Crandon Blvd. 361 5401
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Phone 751-1688


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ANDREW LOWE
On Saturday. August 24th at the
8 30 a.m -ervices at Temple Or
Olom. Andrew Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs Sidney Lowe of Ft Wal-
ton Beach. Florida, will become
Bar Mitzvah.
Andrew is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the \V. C. Pryor Junior
High School at Ft. Walton Beach.
He plays the drums in the school
band, plays baseball on the Ft
Walton Square Baseball team.
Mr. and Mrs Lowe will host
the kiddu>h Saturday morning fol-
owing the services. Reception and
dinner honoring the celebrant will
Oe held on Saturday evening at
the Balmoral Hotel. Miami Beach.
Among the guests expected are
Andrews paternal grandparents.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Bernstein.
nis maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Valkouitz. Mr and Mrs
Jack Lowe, of New Jersey. Mr
and Mrs. Sidney Koretz, New-
Jersey, and many others.

ARNOLD MUSKAT
Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Muskat of North Miami
Beach will observe his Bar Mitz-
\ah. Aug. 24th on Saturday morn-
ing at 9 am. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, and will read from the
Torah on this occasion.
The reception will be celebrated
that same evening at the Fontain-
bkau Hotel.
Arnold is a student at John F.
Kennedy High School and in the
Torah class at the Harold Wolk
Religious School where he will be-
come a member of the Confirma-
tion class of 1969.
Visiting from New York City
: vl atc.?diiig the reception will
; t family from both sides.
MICHAEL ROTHSTEIN
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J.oger hothstein will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
August 24th at the Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Michael is a member of the
Torah cla-s and will become a
member of the Confirmation class
(f 1969.

MICHAEL SCHUMACHER
On Saturday. August 24th at the
F 30 a.m. services at Temple Or
Olom, Michael, son of tar. and
Mrs. Bernard Schumacher. 7930
fcW 36th Terrace will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Michael is a ninth grade student
at West Miami Junior High School.
He played the French Horn in
ihe school band while a pupil at
Rockway Junior High and played
tennis on the Rockway Junior High
team.
A dinner honoring the celebrant
vvill be heid on Sunday evening at
Famous Restaurant, Miami Beach.
Among the expected guests will
tie Michael's paternal grandmoth-
tr, Mrs. Esther Schumacher of
New York City, his maternal
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Breakstone and other out of town
guests.

MARK WINOKUR
Mark Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Winokur. 12045 SW 185th
Terrace, will become Bar Mitzvah
j't the 11:15 services in Temple
Leth Am, on Saturday. Aug. 24.
An eighth Grade Student at Cut-
ler Ridge Junior High School, Mark
plays the trombone and the bari-
tone horn in the school band.
Mark will be honored at the
(ineg Shabat Friday evening fol-
lowing the services at which he
will take an active part.
After the service on Saturday, |
there will be a reception in honor ;
His maternal grandmother is I
(cming from New York and his |
fathers brother is coming from
Dtnver.
FRANK BERK
Frank Mitchell, son of Mr. and
Mrs Allan Berk will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning August 24th. at
Temple Zion.
Frank is an eighth grade student
at Palmetto Junior High School.
He is an all-round athlete with
honors in baseball, golf wrestling
and swimming. In the scholastic
area, he is a champion speller.
Mr. and Mrs. Berk will host the
Kiddu.-h following the services and
a reception at the Elks Club Sat-
urday evening. Frank is the grand-
son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Kotkin.

ROBERT BESONER
Robert, son of Mrs. Gloria Beson-
er. of North Miami Beach, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day afternoon. August 24th. at the
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Robert is a student of the Torah
Class and will become a member
of the confirmation class of 1969.

RICHARD BRAVERMAN
Richard Ira. son of Dr. and Mrs.
Leo Braverman. 3281 SW 18 Street,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. August 24th at Beth David
Congregation.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
dent in Shenandoah Junior High
School.
Richard has been attending Beth
David Religious School for 10
years.
H's older brother. Edward will
also read a portion of the Torah
at Richard's Bar Mitzvah.
A reception in his honor will be
i held at the Deauville Hotel.
Among the guests attending the
celebration will be Richard's
grandfather. Philip Berkowitz, who
is a pioneer Miamian.
Also attending from out of town
will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gold-
man and William Rosenberg.

EDWARD GILLMAN
Edward, son of Mrs. Beatrice of
Nortii Miami Beach, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing, August 24th at Betn Toran
Svnagogue.
Edward is currently in the Mitz-
vah class in the Harold Wolk Re-
gion- ScP"f>' and will become a
member of the Confirmation class
Richmrtl Brmvermon
Donald Jaret
Keith Kronhh
Arnold Muskat
Daniel Greene
Kiddish will follow the services
! his mother is currently sisterhood
i president.
and a reception in Donald's honor
will be held at the Newport Motel
Sunday evening.
Guests will include Donald's
sister Ellen, his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs Ralph Jaret of Miami
I Beach, and Mrs. Anna Zimet of
Brooklyn. New York.
Other out of town guests are Mr.
, and Mrs. Leonard Zimet and David
Zimet of Hollis Hills. Long Island.
New York: Mr. and Mrs. Newman
i of Philadelphia, Pa : Mrs. Russ
I Chiron and sons, Stuart. David and
I Louis of Middletown, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lipschitz of
Florai Park. New York; and Miss
I Bea Zimet of Cleveland. Ohio.
*
KEITH KRONISH
Keith Philip, son of Mr. and Mr-.
Sydney D. Kron:.-h of North Miami
Beach, will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah Sunday morr.ing August 25 at
Beth Toran Congregation
A reception will be held Sunday
evening at the YM-YWHA of Great
er Miami.
An eighth grade honor roll stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School. Keith is in the fourth
year at the Harold Wolk Religiou
! School and will become a member
' of the confirmation class of 1969.
Keith is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice KronisJi
Miami Beach and North Bergen
N.J.. and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney E
Goidberg o; Hackensack. N .1 Hi)
father, Sydney D. Kronen, is a
public relations consultant and
-olumnis: tor the Associated Pr -
and is a cousin of Rabbi Leog
Kronith c: Temple Beth Sholore,
Miami Betcri.

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1 1 BET YOU
1 DIDN'T KNOW
1 By FRED SANDLER
Sam Resnick Dies;
Hospital Founder
I Sam Resnick. co-founder of
I Markowitz and Resnick plumbing
! contractors and a trustee of Mount
Sinai Hospital, died Tuesday. He
was 69.
Mr Resnick. of 5640 Collins
! Ave., Miami Beach, came here in
j 1923 from Chicago. He was an
; early resident of Coral Gables.
He was co-chairman of the
Mount Sinai Hospital building com-
mittee, financial secretary of the
Douglas Gardens Jewish Home lor
the Aged, and was a member of
the Westview Country Club, Har-
vey Seeds Post American Legion
and a former director of the Tem-
ple Israel.
Services were to be held Thurs-
day, Aug. 22 at 2 p.m. at Temple
Israel with Riverside Chapel in
charge of arrangements.
Survivors include his wife.
Sadye: two daughters, both of
Miami; a sister, Mrs. Sam Rose-
man, of Sherman Oaks. Calif., and
four grandchildren.
DANIEL GREENE
Daniel Joseph, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin T Greene will be call-
ed to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
jii Saturday morning August 24,
at Temple Zion.
Daniel is an eighth grade stu-
dent at South Miami Junior High
School. He has received the Presi-
dential Fitness Award and school
letter for sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Greene will host
the Kiddush following the services
and a reception at the Holiday Inn
of Coral Gables will be held Satur-
day evening in honor of the cele-
brant.
Guests from New York will be
attending

JEFFREY HARRIS
Jeffrey, son of Air. and Mrs.
Dudley Harris, of North Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday afternoon, August 24th at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Jeffrey is a student of the Torah
class ai.u will become a member
of the Confirmation class of 1969.

DONALD JARET
The Bar Mitzvah of Donald
Joseph son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander Jaret, will be celebrated at
the 9 a.m. services Saturday, Au-
gust 24 at Congregation B'nai
Raphael. 1401 NW 183 Street.
Donald is a student at Norland
Junior High School.
The celebrant's father is a past
president of B'nai Raphael and
Morris Siegel, 83
I Funeral services were held this
| week for Morris Siegel. active in
.Jewish affairs and a former presi-
, dent of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association, who died on
Sunday at the age of 83.
Mr. Siegel. of 3186 Prairie Ave.,
j Miami Beach, has been a resi-
dent of South Florida since 1935.
Born in Russia, Mr. Siegel left
his homeland in 1905 and came to
New York where he bought and
operated various businesses unti".
moving to Miami.
Mr. Siegel had been owner of
the Muriel Apartments, the Suz-
anne Apartments and the Cam-
bridge Hotel.
He was a member of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, the Home for the Aged, Miami
Beach Elks Lodge, and Temple
Emanu-El.
He is survived by his wife, Nina:
a son, Solomon, and a daughter.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, both of Miami
Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Weln-
er of New York City, and Mrs. Jen-
nie Oltchick; two brothers, Max
Siegel and Samuel Siegelman, of
New York City; six grandchildren,
and six great-grandchildren.
Mexican Travel
Booklet Offered
The free book "Answers To Your
Travel Questions About Mexico"
will be sent by return mail if you
send a prepaid self addressed en-
velope to Mexico Information
Center, P.O. Box 6337, Miami
33154.
This handy booklet put out by the
Mexican Government has 64 pages
crammed with travel facts for the
novice Mexican traveler or the
annual visitor.
Sam Nussbaum, 64
Sam Nussbaum, 64, a native of
Paterson, N.J., died in that city
on August 13, while on a visit.
He had resided in Miami Beach
for the past 10 years, having been
associated with Fredelle Footwear.
He is survived by his widow.
Rosalie, two daughters, Mrs. Judith
Gallen and Mrs. Carol Michaels,
both of Patterson; six grandchild
ren; a brother, Milton, of Miami
Beach, and two sisters, Mrs. Rose
Atkins and Mrs. Pearl Magnes,
also of Paterson.
Arabs Regain Homes
In East Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (WNS) Five
Arabs in East Jerusalem who ad-
andoned their homes twenty year-.
ago. had their properties returned
to them and three more applica-
tions for restitution of property are
still pending.
The properties in question are
located in what has been called
no-mans land, lying between Israeli
and what was Jordanian Jeru-
salem. The action was taken under
a government order directing the
custodian of abandoned property
to restore it to the rightful owner,
Jew or Arab, who can prove legal
title.
Did yea knew that very few
Men ever Meet tall ever became
great golfers? ... If yea name
all the bttt ere fallen af re-
cent times, yaw'll find that al-
most all ef them are 6-feet er
less Arnie Palmer, far in-
stance,, is 5 10'j Gary
Player 5-7 Gene littler is
5 9 Jack Nicklous is an
even 6-feet Bill Casper is
5-11 Sammy Snead 5-11 ...
Ben Hogen is enly 5-9 .. It's
rare indeed when you find a
great golfer much aver o-'eet.
I BET YOU WDNT KNOW
You can live better with an
Annuity. Let me prove it.
Mail for FREE Booklet 'The
Annuity Todays Greatest
Bargain."
What ore the most runs ever
scored by tnt teom in big
league baseball gome? .
The all time record is 36, set
by Chicago o< the National
League in o gome in 1197.
How fast ctuld yea drive a car
in the eld days? Well, the
first auto race in the United
States was held in Chicago on
Thanksgiving Day, 1895 It
was a 50-mile race, and the
winning car, driven by famous
inventor Frank Dwryea traveled
at the average speed ef be-
lieve it er not lVt miles
per hour!
Address
I Phone
i FRED A. SANDLER
METRO* OilUN INSURANCE
1 CONSULTANT SINCE 1929
Member National Association of
life Underwriters.
I 595 Biltmcrt Way, Coral doles
I Phone: 444-7101
ft
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iFriday. August 23, '.9S8
. lev i*t IFforidffar
Paae 13-B
1
What 9 \mm*ookin
9
By ROSALAND S. ZUNSER
As a luncheon threat for a school-child or a husband who
drops in unannouncpd for lunch, how abiut Fried Meat Patties
with n vegetable salad?
This repast can be prepared in little time and it can taste
so wen ihai your child will sa\or it keenly and that husband
will diop in more often.
FRIED MEAT PATTIES
2 Slices white bread
1 tablespoon ketchup (optional)
M lb. margarine or fat
1 lb. chopped beif
1 onion minced
1 clove garlic optional)
minced
1 egs
Scak bread anl squeeze, leaving a li*Mi* water. Add meat,
onion, garlic, egg aid ketchup. Cho > altoiether, make into pat-
ins a:ii fry on b>th sides until brown.
VEGETABLE SALAD
2Wl STREET off COLLINS
RES.
JE805Z5
I**ll(tal3 I II lOt'.TIt
Hilton (<* Horn i*
owner
Bill Safiar
1 lb. cooked green beans
1 oni.,n minced
3 stalks raw celery, cubed
Mix together ai'.u eive
lesired.
on
1 r.uv cucumber, cubed
3 tablespoons oil
1 tablespoon wine \ itie >ar
lettuce May add mayonnise
if
U-"^-^A*^\^^\w
Ray Curran. Jr.
Named To Post
AI Kings Bay
f Ray W. Curran. Jr. has beon
Mmed manager of the Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club. He leaves
la| similar position at Beauclerc
Country Club. Jacksonville.
, Curran the accent is on the
ran" managed Beauclerc for
years, bringing a worldwide
eputation for fool and service.
Since late July. Curran has been
iietly running Kings Bay making
Wholesale changes throughout the
Club, but especially in food, ser-
ices and family activities. His
wife, Jean, will join him in resi-
lience at the Club late in August,
nd Curran states that she is "my
partner."
Curran is a native of Kansas
City. Mo. He attended :he Missouri
Military Academy and the Uni-
versity of Missouri.
, Beach Kennel Club
I Sets Schooling Races
Schooling races will get under
I way at Miami Beach Kennel Club
next week as the track prepares
to open its 1968 fall meeting on
! Tuesday night, Sept. 3rd
Although five nights'of schooling
were originally scheduled. Gener-
al Manager Bob Hart announced
that since so many of the grey-
hounds are in peak form now that
only three nights will be needed.
Hart has set August 27. 29 and 30
for the trial races. Admission will
be free to the public.
New Studio Restaurant
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Notional Airlines Earnings
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second highest yearly earnings in
its history. Net income is expected
to be over $21 million for the fis-
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Maytag, president, has announced.
CLUB PARTY TIME
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LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabulous Dining Facititiea
Private Areas & Garden*
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Menu at AH Times
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FOR THOJE WHO
CARE FOR TMI
FINER SETTINGS
11 ALLAN CUISINE
EST. 1939
OPEN FOR LUNCH
1300 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
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wife
I PWew*/peWdwytofcntAjl
Prime Sirloin Sre*k .
Served Japanese Sty to
Exotinq!
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IE 1-3987
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Open 11:30 A.M. Til II r.M. Daily
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KOSHER CATERERS
from hon d'oeuvrts to complete buffet
170 N.W. 5Hi ST., MIAMI PHONE PR 4-2655
Under the strict supervision of the Uniteo Kashrua Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra.
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o BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Tour Home, Hall or Synagogue
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Af V FAMILY PREFERS I
FRIED CHICKEN
.
Mice // 's
Italian Restauran
10951 NW 27th Ave.
Telephone 688 9104
SPECIALIZING IN HOT OR COLO
SUB, N.Y. HERO'S & Pia
* EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
HOUSE SPECIALTY: _
large portion of Lasaana Si 25
lib mi smco ~w- W I
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FISHING TRIPS CAMPING TRIPS UNEXPECTED GUESTS TIRED MOTHERS
INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN DINNER $1.00 plus tax With This Ad
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Paqe 14-B
*,>V n. *,# H1rH1.nr
Friday. Auqust 23, 1963
Deaths In
Greater Miaiui
M B In,
SEGAL
<-' liu. .:-. ..f JS4; SW 19 Ter pas*.
e.i awaj M< i SI l ...i made her
Dorm hi < for thi paal SI yi n
>.....tinat ('.in N v i Mi- sagi
mi. ml., r ..i id. Kadimah Chap-
l. i .1 Clone,-i Women and Hi.- |: ii.u
R'rith Women. SI., i- survived l>>
a -.ii Ira l>. ul-.h. :i Bister .Mrs
l \ M .* were held Wednesda) nl Oor-
don Funeral Hi.ni. iili mi, ip .1
In \\.....II;.\w, Cemetery. Shiva will
I., obaerved thr.-u-ih Sun ;.i the
home >.( Ira Sepal 8S2*' sw ._ Ter
Rii

llltl '
Col-
I. i -
>
hi. li.i
i IXni i '..||i- .
Ii
MINTZES
josi ph. so, nl >; |th SI M R paw-
ed imj Au| Mill II. rami here
"v > .ir- v V and a* ..
in. nilier "I tli. H.-ikimns in. I.
Beth Jacob Congregation, Zlonlsl
Organisation and aotivi In the Com-
bined Jewlah Appeal Survived b)
m i f Lena I son* Isldon anil Louis
o N 1 grandchildren. i gn nl
grandchildren and oni sinter Ida
S. i vi. v .-. held .it Rivei
Chapel wiili lni.ini.-iii in Ml .N.I...
i meterj
Michigan A\
I. Tin. nt I nki Midi
TRAGER. Hen
.lib SI N M li
in. nt Ml N.-l...
TETELBAUM. Rma. 71, of III
Ii n>- A\ M IS Riverside I
in. Ill M I N.I...
ABRAMOFF. Roue ii of
Meridian Ave M I'. Ulver- di
COHEN. Irving 'IT. ..f I Ml
Ave., M II Hn.r-l.l.
JACOBS. Harry. '.
Ave M H RIveraid
SLABODZIANSKI. Paiga. SI. ..
i '..llins A\. Ml- Oordi
in. hi star ul
BIRZON. Man i- fUh Hi el
ISRAEL. I out* KS n fRofl M -'
\\. .\i |i Rlvi ruidi
KARP. Samuel, I.....f IMSH \V Dixie
HlL'l.waV X M R \. will.Mi llil.-r-
lll. nl Ml Nebo
SPARRETT. Kate, 1121 Indian Creek
I n- \i l: Rlvi
varmo. i ; rtrudi H
snare 1 >i Rh. rnith
of David
BROWN. S:.lll \' I:
m ii i ii,-i.. m
HOROWITZ. I
N i: Srd i"i Rlven-lil
KADEN. .Ml 17 of II
SI Ul\ I'Sldc
POLLACK. William of 1(11*5 Collins
Ave M I: III:,-I., il
Til IS SI.! M Ii
' >'- LEGAL NOTICE
Ii '
.f l.:::i.
rm.-ni
la;
.-.ii
f -..". I!,, 1 I ..
R
i II.....
x k ."Tiii
PECHTER
i".-i in. ii\
>f is7sn \ i-:
IN
David. W ol till i: Baj Harbor
l.- passed away Aug '' on M ami
li. ... Ii H.. .- tin- laai surviving win
nl ill. ..i Iginal founder of the Pi
Baking Cn a in- are I hi I.rt- *i
. n.i. it .i. h .si, Baker* in the
world H. ha heen n resident ..f
Miami I-. ii I ulnoi 19 It II. wa*
., metpber of lh< Xoal Renevolenl
Sun <\ --.i l.\ be- Ifi r
Mm Mum a} Pei nter ..f
Daughter Mm Antla L4paon of M B
H.-i.-i Mr- i'. Ii.. I:...-- of Calif.. 7
h Hid I at lt:i li.l -
i-liil.l Funi ral si rvli > > wen I Id
Sunday nl Rlveraidi Chapel with
I tel ip. nl ill Ml \. I...
Ki '
Rlvi raidi
,.-, of
I 1 J.'v
DEITCH
SAFATY. I-..... T
Itli. ralde
SEDON. Samuel
Mlami ii.r.it.n
zimring. Max
Ave Rlversiih
ORNSTEIN. Mrs
Penna Ave M.
ROSENBLATT (Vila. 65 !' 1948
Maraellli In M Ii Rlveraidi
ROTHMAN. I..n:i. Tn. ..( I'.'H Pel llB
Ave M i: Riveralde
FISHER. Hidward 76 o( Rjn \'\v *
Ave., Miami Hordoil Interment Star
nl David
hevman, William, i nl 1441 XE I":';
SI X M II ll..nl. i.
KRVSTAFIK. Mathew. .: of im!
l'ifili SI M i: Riveralde
LINZER. Abraham, -l ( .:i Waah
Ina-fnn Ave M B
LEVIN. Clinrl. -
Ti Mi.i.....lorili
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12313
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BENJAMIN A MARK! 'IT.
Plaintiff,
\ H
Hi ISE MARK! r*F.
I '.-I. iiil.ini
I"'' In ISE MARKI >!T
Hudaon \ i. Eatatea Apl I'M
Peekuklll \.-w Vork
V..ii ROSE MARKOFF, mi. hereby
notified thai a Bill ..f Complam! fot
Divorce ha* been filed again*! yon,
an.I \..u ore required to serve n copy
of your Anawsr or Pleadinj i the
. Hill of Complaint '"> the PtaJntifr*
attorney. JOSEPH w MAI.ER. i:si,.
;.i. I.im..Iii Road, Suite SOI, Miami
H.-ii.-li. Florida, nuil 0l>- the original
Anawer m Pleading In the ..(fi......(
the Clerk of Ihe Clmuii '..iiri on or
before ihe 16th day nf September,
1948 ii \.u r.,ii t.. .1.. ... in.lc.-ni.pt
by defultll will be Utken agairtlil .--u
r.n the relief demanded in tlif Bill
of Cnmplainl
This notice shnii be publlahed once
each *.....k for four eonaecutlve week*
I in THE JEWISH IM.iUMlHAN
laiXE AM' ORDERED ..i Miami
Plorida, tliis 13th ilny of Auguat, A l>
I9KS
i: ii I.EATHBRMAX, Clerk
i'ir. uit Court. Dade County, Klorida
By .1 I' SMITH
I'. initv clerk
ii "It-cull Court S.:ili
8 iii-j:;-liu 9 '.
Rlvi i-i.I.
ri'. SW -" I
n Int. i mi. i.t Ml
Anna Betty "fi, ol '...i Collln* Ave
sh- cami here 2d year* ago
i'!- > eland ihli Bury Ivor* h i ludi
t" s.-iis. .1.-. in. "i siu.r aprlnga,
Mil and II. il..rl. of Hurl.;.nl. I
... daughter Mis- Silvia Deltch, of
Tampa, Fla *lx grandchildren; one
later, Mrs Ella Riaberg, ..i Fluah-
lag, N 1 Service* wen hehl Tue-
daj .,i Tlii Rlvi i nidi i"'-'" \ii.-n
Road.
SIMON. I... ii renci > : IMS Alami
I \ m ii Rii. Hide
SCHEER. Joseph, Tl ..f l-TI XK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN. PROBATE
No. 79853
III RE: Eatate (
h iSEHH ASH
lieceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i"i. .in...- :,n.I ah Peraon* Hav-
ing Claim* ..1 Demand* Agalnal Said
Eatate
You are hereby notified and required
to i.r.'s.-ni anj rlalm* and demu il*
which % >.ii ma) ha
. Htati "i Ji 'SKI'll asi
,.: I >:,.l. i "..iinl J l-'!<>ril.<
Juilget .-( Dade Count)
.. in. in duplicate
Sectii II T:i:i |, PI
agalnal the
.1., :. -. il late
i.. th. County
an.) til.- the
.1 as provided In
Ida Statute*,
In
X M i:
\. I...
si
Ml
COOPERMAN.
l::.::. Ml If.
POLLACK. la
Rlvi ralde Interment
.1...
Si
,.i,
pnhlni
i:i\ en
I.. .
X :: i.
ssli
SW
RAPP, Oeorgi 72, ..( SouthfU Id, Mich
Dordon
Williamson. Frank H .t .;..- s
Hil.ii'.-us l >r RrveraMi Intermenl
Ml N.I...
3AER. Edward, -i i_;< NE Mrd
si Hewman.
RUBIN. Morria. ( 4251 Prairie Ave
Riveralde lutermanl Ml N.i...
BROTHER. Mas. 78, nl 1550 NK UUt
St Beyer, director,
GLICKFELD. S. .1. II.-. M of 17*0 Onl-
liii.- Ave Riveralde, Int.-rm. nt Lake-
vide,
GOLD. Mr- charleen Kr.r.. :..".. of H'l"
Nf. 185th Ter Riveralde. Intermenl
I Akeaide.
BEKOrSKV. Philip, US. Of JMI M ili.in Ave Rlveraidi
SCHWARTZ. Mrs Julia. t. ( IW1
i..-lu.x Ave. Riveralde.
ODY. Roae, 7... of I0J4 lieoni Avi
C...rib.ii
cohen, Oortrude s ol 4"i" Royal
'aim Ave Riveralde Intermenl Mi
Nebo.
GOLDBERG. Il-iirv 71. of WO 8 Bhore
In- Riveralde
Schwartz. Mrs Gertrude, it.otim
? ii'.-iin Pr Ulasl'.rw
AHRINGER, Mr*. Florencej .' ol
lOOtl s\v S9th Ter Rtveralae, In-
lermenl Star .f David.
S6LKOW. Mill..i. II W. "f 1557
penna. Ave. Riveralde. Intermenl
Mi Nebo
BRESLAW. Mrs OerfTUde, "f
SSI I'ollins Ave. Newman.
GRANAT. Edward, 7".. of I4WS0 W.
(>i\i.- Highway. Riveralde.
GREENSTON. Jean. :'.. <( iTlli NK
llth <"' Riveraldi
BLANKFELD. Lillian 7. "f Baltl-
innr.'. Mil Oordon
KAUFMAN. Belle, ". ..( -il SW l^tb
Ave Oordon
MILLER. Benjamin, 72, .' I857S Nre
Ad Ave Riveralde
DUBLER. Sarah. Tl of SI SO Donntelln
gi iv i; Oordon Intermenl Mi
N.i...
TOKAYER. l.-.uls. T.".. ..f *21 SW I "Hi
St. Rlveraidi ,
WALTER. Abraham, W. of Sii Jef.
Arson Ave Gordon ini.rin.-iit Lake-
s,.l.
WBISSMAN. Harry. 78. ( -"'I SouUl
Ocean Dr. Hollya.....I RiveraRIi
HASKELL. Mrs Ida. ->4. ..f ITII'J Col-
lins Ave Riveralde
SCHIFFMAN. I'avid. gl. ..t Til Till St
JUNGLEIB, Abraham Tt. ..( :-" BW
I4tb Ave Rlaabi rg
MICHLEWSK1. I...n:iril A. .'.'. '(
I4.-.1 W Klat-br 81 Blaaberg
NASSAUER. Mi- X'l'. 84. '.r l24
M.ri.lian Ave Riveralde
STOCK. Mrs Anna '' M ..I II......I
lips Ave Blaaberg ,
wisch, Abraham, M, ol IS11 B RUt
Si Rivet
KAMPSTEIN. I" Auguata KlpI-'i;
Ti of -".".' sw nib Bl Riveralde
Intermenl I aki ldi
KUDEVITZ. Mr* '/'......- ol
Alton Rd Rlveraidi
SANFT. Mr- Hell ii. Ts of II..... Raj
It.I 111!. ....
belen. Abraham, 86. ..' fSfl Biatina.
Coral Onbli Rlvi
KASS. Max. tO, Of '.....I I"
Miami II. ... Ii Rivet -i.I'
MILLER, tfatha 74 nl ...... '-'
point iir Sinai Funeral hapi i i"-
term.'.' I tl
PEARLMAN. Mlnnli T.
tin* An M R Gordon
SELCOW. Mill..p II '!. of 1581 I
Av, .mi: RIi -"I. Im. rmeni mi
v. i...
SiEGEL, Bernard CS, "i 1140 Meri-
dian Ave M B Be) I it
GlTTER, Bamuel fl 73. nl 1.149
Sli.-riilaii An., M B RI "I.
KLEIN. Bugene 7:: iii" Euoll i
Av.- mi: R wrsnt. fntei men i Ml
N.'ln.
LINDENHAUER, Henry. I* ol ifti
.'. Waahing-
rsnb- llil.r
if SS9 I.. -
1Mb Ter, Gordon
COWAN. Bertha T. II, of :::.:.I \\\
.".si lordon.
EMIL. Ilyinan S 82, ..I
t..n Av. M II Rlv
in.nt mi Brnai
GREENBERG. Sadie 7l
nard Dr ltlver*ide.
HANDELSMAN. Beaaie, 81, ( T"
\\V 185th Ter. Riveralde Inter-
menl Mt. Sinai
ABRAMOFF. Roae Gordon, >-. ,.f
I3C M.ri.lian Ave.. M.B Riveralde
BREIOT. Joxenh H ..f. B)8 Harding
Ave Ml: Rlveraidi
their office* In Ihe Count) Courthou
in Dade County, Pkirldu, within -i\
calendar month* from lUV tune ..f the
riral publication hereof, or Ihe aame
will barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, tins nub
da) "f Auguat, a |i 1981
I SATDE ASH. Executrix
SBYMOITtJ SIMON, EXKCCToR
MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIi iNAI.
HANK BY James I.. Newman,
Aaa'l Vice Pre* ami
As Adminlatralor C T v
Trust Officer
I'nt nubli.atii.n ..i ibis notice on
Hi. IMr.l day nf AujfUat, l*8
SIMON. HA VS K
i;i:i'\|i\\ BKTI
Attorneire f*ir Relate
XlH Ain-l.y Building
Mi. mi. F1..I bin SSIK
s .:: -:;.i :. .-!::
LEGAL NOTICE
.ii:
of
an
i '.Mi-
tii. .i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12614
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET V SWAIN.
Plaintiff.
VH
AI.VIN 8Vt AIM. Ji: .
I i. t.-mlnnt
TO: CAI.VIN SWAIN'. JR.
Route .'I H..\ 1 IT
Cairo. *leorgifl ::iTl'*-
Y..U. I'AI.VIN SWAIN,
hereby notified thai a Bill
plaint for Dlvonv ha* been
ugainal you. and you are required to
s*-r\.' a ropy ..( your Aneworor Plead
Ing t.. tb. Bill "f Comninlnl on the
Plaintiff* attorney, LBBTBR BOO-
CHS. B8Q.. N W. Mtb Street.
Mliiiin. Kli.rbla and file the original
\ii-ir nr Pleading in the office i
the Clerh ol th. circuit Court on ..r
hefiire tin- 27th day of Beptemberi
1968. if >"U fail to do s... Judgmi l
by defaull will be taken ngalnal you
f..r the relief ii< m.hi.I.-.1 In the Bill
nf Complaint.
Tbi* notice shall b. publlahed once
. a. Ii week f..r four conaeculive weeki
in TIIK JEWISH FIOHIDIAN.
DONE AND OHDEHHD at Miami.
Florida, tills 16th day of AugUBl A D
IMS,
R ii i i:atiii:i:m vn. Clerk,
circuit Curt. Dndi County. Florida
By: P. <"< 'I'Ki.A.Nii
Denuty Cl.rk
ii 'in uit cm i Seal i
I KHTEH Ip >flERS. BHQ
.'.!. X W Mtb Street
Miami. Florida
37B-8625
R l:;-::ii |. 8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVK.N thai
the underalgned, desiring to engage
m business under lh* flctltioui name
of Ni.liTH DADE Al'TO PARTS,
i\r .i 16527 X w "Tib Avenue,
i ipa l.... i.a Florida Inte "i to reg l*tei
saiil name nub thi Clerk nf Ihe
Clrcii i "oni' .a" I hide i 'ii'.i v. Florida
ai:mani.i i MANI'Eli hi:i:i:i:i:a
HARIO KEEN \N
ROY S \\ llil.l-:
JACK .1 WEISS
Allot p. v f..i
N'ori) i i:..i. Auto Parl- In.
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIO GIVEN thai
tin underalg.....I, de*lrliui In engage
in hUHlnea* ut di thi flclilloui nami
Of Is A ^' Si 'Isi H i i\\ .1 Ii a
SCENE Bl 1220 s w 75th
Miami, i'lorblu intend t.-
p 'in. u itli tli.' i '1. 11- of
.nil l '..in I of I la.I. I 'o||iil> .
KAY si IK( IIJ IW
100 percent
col dman, GOLDSTEIN &
I'AC/IKl:
;4"l %\' l-'lagler Street
Miami. Florida Ml86
Attorneys for Applicant
| :..:-.I" | 8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80 078 A
In RE: Eatate o|
i HI.IA COHEN
I lecenaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Cr..llt.r and All Perabna Hav-
ing Claims oi li. Miami- Agalnal Saul
Eatate i
You an hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl any claim- and demandji
which you maj hove agalnal the
.-stale of CUUi COHEN ileceaaed
la.....f li-i'b County. Klonila, to the
County Judges ..r Dude County, ami
fill the same in duplicate an.I as
in,.Mil.-.1 iii Section 788.1C Florida
Statute*. In their offices In tin- County
Courihouso in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar month- from the
tlmi of the first publication hereof,
or the same "ill be barrel
Hated at Miami. Florida, this IRth
day of Auguat. A 1> I98,
HARRIS HARRY COHEN
At Executor
I'irst publication of ibis no......n
the '-'".rd day of Auguat, 1968
ANDREW I. KENNEDY
' Aftoia.-y f.-r r&ecutor
.-.'.'11 SW fitb Street
Miami. Florida 38184
. ;-::n 9 '-!::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NI.TICI-: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the un- engage
in business under the flctitiou* name
oi CAI'Cir INTKCN'A I'll IN M. ..t -'"-"
N \\. Miami Court. Miami. Dade
Cotintv, Florida Intend* to reglatet
sai.i name with the Clerk of the
Cir.uii Court of 1 ia.b County. Florida
CAl'CO M A.NCI' M'TCKINi;
CORP.', a Florida
r-olaai'gtion, sob- owner
SHKVIN. C.OOPMAN
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 68-12309
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
ANNIE lb IPKIN8,
BtalntHf,
\ -
i >8< "EH lb IPKINS,
Defendant.
Ti > i IS< "ER Id IPKINS
4136 I ".-Iin., i Blvd
St. Cuis. Mo 8310J.
v..u. OSCER HOPKINS, an here-
b) notified thai an action for Divorce
has been filed agalnal you, and you
are required lo nerve a ropy of your
Vnawer or Pleading to the BUI of
Complalnl on the Plaintiff* attorney.
AINSI.RE i: FBHDIE. :'il". SW I,.-
Jeutu Rd Coral Oablea, Florida 91 i
and fib ti.....rlglnal Anan-er or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk >.t Ihe
Circuit Court on or before the 19th
daj ,,f s. |.i isaa if you fail to do so.
Judgment b) default will he token
ngalnal you for the relief demanded
in tin a<'tinIi
Tins notice shall he published nnci
each week for four eonaecutlv* weeka
in Tin: JEWISH ki.iiiiii'Ian
DONE AN DORDRRBD hi Miami,
Florida, this ISth da) ..f Augual \ D
ll'lA
IT H I BATHKRMAN, Ch rk
Circuit Court, Dade Count) Florida
Hi I. s DePIETRI '
l.. nut) '"I. rk
11 'ir. Hit Court S. ah
' M.NSI Hi: I! FERDIK
At tome) for Plaintifi
8. |6- In 9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12187
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JERRY JIMMY lit l:T
Plaintiff
LiiltKNi: HIIJT,
1 I. I'elnlalll
TO: I i IRENE Hl'RT
Defendant
:::..". Xortl Cenli nn la I
High Point
North Carolina
You. I.i IRENE Hl'RT hen b)
notified thai a Bill ( Complalnl ".i
Divorce ha* been filed ngulnat I n
and n.'U are retiulred i>. nerve a rop)
..r your Answ.-i or Pleading in the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaltitlff't attorne)
Ml I.TON A FRIEDMAN. 1111 Ain-
si.'i Building. .Miami. Fl........ and file
the original Anawer oi Pleading In the
office of the ci.-rk of Ihi Clrcull
Court ......' i.-fote the i"ib da) of
September. 1968 If you fall l do -...
Judgment bj defaull will be taken
ngalnal you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This not..... .-hall be publlahed once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, t Ii is- 8th daj of Augual
1968
i; II I.EATIIERM AN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Flori
Ryi K M I.Y.MAN
I i.-.iuty Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Si-i'i
MII.Ti'N A FRIEDMAN
nit Am-', s Rallfltng
Miami. Florida
Attorney :.n Plaintiff
9msm
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUc-
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCER.
No. 68-11711
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHRISTINE Mi'ldn.s
Plaintiff
VS
RK 'HARD Nil 'Hi i|.s
I ''. iilant
T< i RICHARI Nli'lli i|.s
Resident >- i 'nkltoa n
You. RICHARD NICHOLS
by notified Unit a Rill ul ,.,
f"r IMvorci ba- I... i, ....., .....
an.i you are i quired io sen .
of >our An.u ei or Pleading
Hill of Complaint on tli. i
attorney, STAR I EY E .....[,\< ,,'
2688 X.W. 62nd Street. Miam,
and fib- the original An*w i
il..- offii of ii,,. ri. r| ,,|' ,|
Circuit Curl on or liefori thi I
of S. nt.ml..-r. 1868 Ii you la
s... Judgment L> default will i.
you for lb.- r.b.l il, -
iii tin itiii .,r complalnl
Thi* not In shall la publlsl
each week for four consecutivi
In THE JEW ISII Fl DRTDI
DONE AND ORDERED .
Isl da) of Jul)
'
Florida, Ihli
I'll .
i: Il IJSATHERM \N .
i ii, uii Court, I lade i '..up v |
R) N \ IICW C'l'i
' .11.1 Court S.al l
DepuO Clerk
ST VNI KV E flOODMAN
Altomei for PI ilntifl
_- \ \v 82nd Street
......isn
A D
Florida
SHOITZMAN
(to.'ll.
thi:
A\ nil-
n-giater
lb.- di
Florida
n.-ye for Appllivmi
246-Ml Sevbold iniibline
Miami. l-'loriila ::::i_'
* 28-80 : .-1::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lll'.CCHY GIVEN that
Ihe underalgned, dealring t.> engagi In
l-llsiii.-s- unib i lb. flctitiou* name
of THOI'ICANA ACTS nl 8101 Hi--
payne Boulevard, Miami, Florida In-
tend* lo reglgter aald nami with thi
Clerk of ihe Clrcull Court nf Dade
i ount). Florida.
Tiia il: lb il.i.i.
FINE A- I A'' iBSl IN
Allot p.-i fot Applicant
2.1 .:..... 1.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREin GIVEN that
in. underalgned, dealring to engage
In l.ii-iii.-s un.br the flctitiou* mill.-
..i GREEN IIRIAR NI'RSING CENT-
ER ami GREEN Kit IAII NI'RSIXfJ
HOM K at 'is '.i North Ki ndall I 'rive
l la.i. i 'ounti Plot Ida, Intend*
l. r, ui-i.i s: i i.t name- \*ilb lite Clerk
of tin circuit Court of I ia.I. County,
Florida
GREEN RRI \K KI'RBING
HOME. INC
\ Florida corporation
By MAX MTNHKV, PRESIDENT
PINE A\H .1 ACi iHSuN
At torn.xs for
Green Brier Nursing Home, Im
i"i Baal Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 28131
1/88-24) I 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7W7S-C
In RJK Dstale of
\ci;ni:\ M-ARicio
1 >.C. II -e.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I". r-.n- Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demand* Agalnal Bald
Estate:
You an hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demand*
which ion ma) liav. against lb. c-.
tat.- of AI'ltoltA AVAHIGIO deceased
lute of Dade County, Florida, to the
cunty Judges of Dade County, and
file Ihe same III duplicate and as pro-
\i.....I iii Section :::" 16, Florida sta-
tutes in their ..Ifi.-..- in tin- Count)
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
i within siv calendar months from the
1 time of the first publication hereof,
or the same 1ll be barred
Dated nl .Miami. Florida, ibis U'th
daj of August. A l> in*"
sEP.cn' xp.vKicii'
As Administrator
First publication of this notl.....i
th.- 16th day "f August, I96S
tlROVER, I'l.MI'.NI'
WEI N STEIN & STAIHI'.l:
Attorney* for Admlnlstratot
130 i an. ..in Ro id
Miami Beach, Florida MIS*
v 16-2.1 HI 9 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12146
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
XORMAN THEE!,
Plaintiff
\ s
MARK IN YVONNE THEEU
Defendant
TO: .MAKInX YVONNE THEEL
llesiilelli e I 'likt|o\\ II
You. MAIMn.N YViiNNI. THEEI*
ar. hereb) notified thai a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed again*!
you. a "I you ar.- required lo servi
pop) of i..in Atum..... Pleading lo
the Complalnl for Dlvorci ."i the
I'lamiii's nttorney. RONALD I.
DAVIS, Esq. 417 iii-.imi. Build-
ing 19 \\ Flaglet Street, Miami.
Florida 23IS0 Phone S79-2851 and
fib- lb.- original ansa'er or Pleading in
tin ..1 flee of Up- i 'It rk ol Ihe i 'ircull
Court on ..r before the ITtb il.i\ of
s.....ml., i 1968 If you fall i" .1" Hi
ludgmenl by defaull \iiil be taken
ngalnal you for thi relief demanded
in in. Bill of Comtili.....
Ti i- notice -ball be published onee
each vi.ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIaiRIDIAN
DONE ANIi ORDERED nl Miami.
Klorida. tins 8th ilay of Aucu-i .\ I >
1968
E H I.i:a THERM AN Cl.rk
Circuit curt Dade Count)/. Florida
in K M I.VMAX
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/16-21-30 9/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COl R-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80020- B
Il RK Kstate ol
SAI.I.V CLARK
[leci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn .Ii..-i and All Person* Il ..
Illg 'III 111- ol I I. 111.I It.I \i_..
i: tali
Y..ii at het eh) nol I .. .m
| .-.I to i.r.s. n i an) i la Im* n .! tli
u In. ii you ma) ha) agalnsl
late .-t SAI.I.V CI ARK de. i ,i-..| I.
of Dade County, Florida, lo thi t'out
.IiiIl- ol I lade 'ount) and file I
sain, iii duplicate and ti* pmvided
i M3.1l Plot il Bta' n
lh. offli In the i '..nun i' iui I
in I lade County, I'lol ..!:.. Il
i in..nil from ib. Urn.
the fir-t publication hereof, *
same u ill i.i barred
fi......I at Miami, Florida, tin- ;
da) of Auguat, A 11 I96S
l.i:nN KAII.AN
A- Executor
Finn publication ol thh i
th. lull il.n ..f August. I96 MYER8. KAPLAN d PORTER
Attorney* for Executor
1150 S W 1st Street
V ;.. I,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II
I the undersigned, desiring t" -
l in biisimss under the fictitious i
oi SPARRER AND ROSKIN: SPA
ER AND ROSKIN P A gl
N. Biscuyne Bottlevard, Miami. Flori.l.i
Intend* to register said name with ',-
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ol Du
County, Florida.
BPARBER ANO ROSKIN
Professional Association
l 9-16-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II
Ihe unil. rslgned. desiring i. -
in business under the fictitious nui
i.i i'.j.i.iott ROSEN i:i:vi.i\
.' i S W. Tenth Br**el M nn. Fl
, ri.la. brunch off,,. -.-I i s.
Avenue, .Miami. Florida intend
I register aald name uiil. thi Clerk
tl.- Circuit Curt nl Dade Loun
Florida
ELLIOTT ROSEN
Sole I inner
KKSSI.KR. MA88EY
I'.Ci KKKMA.N
Kttorueya for Anpllonnl
' *: I'.iliiiioi, Way
Coral Cables, Florida
'9-lt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKK) GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to .
in business under the fictltloUh i is
of CHISS HHALTV l.'l NCI
number 1.1019 N \\ "lh Vvenui it
City Of North .Miami. Flot
i" register the said nume
ci.rk of ihe Clrcull Court H
County, Florida,
Dal..I at North Miami Floridu
16th da) of Jun. 194)1
KTHKI, I IIODD Vl:l'
PRANK H. HYI'.ov
Attorney for Applicant
1T7I X W 20th Streel
Miami, Klorida
- I-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No. 68-11439
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LINDA M \K SMITH.
Plaintiff.
v -
JACKS! iN HENRY SMITH
I !. iidanl
Ti i .1 M 'KSI IN ll RNIIl >(i ITU
RESIDENCE I XK XI >W N
You. JACKSON hcni:\ sue
are hereb) notified thai u IHII
Complalnl for I Hvon i hi beet
as.."i-i you, ami i..a are reuuli
-. i .. .i npy ..f \ ..ut \ .*. i oi I'
ing i" tb.- iiin ..f Compl i
Plaintifr* at tor in i ESSEX K >
i." Alnale) Bids M ..... I'1
fib- tb. original Anmt rr ol H
In lb. ..iii. of ib- I'll rk of
I ml Court on ..I befon
of s.-i.i. mini'. IB69 If >..n fnil
so. Judgment b) defaull t
agalnsl you for lh*
in the mil of Compl
Thin noii. shall be publ i '
eacb week for f..ui rot secuttve ".....
Im TIIK JEWISH Plot I an
I" i\i: v.NIi i IRDERBD nl Mian"
Florida, this 26th da) of Jul)
'"';s ., ,
F. I! 1JSATHERMAN, lerk
n .uit Court. Dade CoUnty. I I
Hy K M I YMAN
Deputy I'lerk
(Clnult Court SeaH g,g.-i--:'l

..


Friday. August 23.. 1968
*Jen iti rtcridHatr?
Paae 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICt BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-11346
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
] h >i >i:i:s inclan de iiivkiio
plaintiff.
VS
ASOEL KIVEKO.
Drfeuitgnt
o vnoei. rivero
Neptuno enire
Perscv. niiu-iii y I- .11'.. I
Hubun.i, Cuba
You. ANOEL RIVERO. or* n.-rchv
,i.ii..i ihm Kill "f Complaint for
Divorce has heen filed against you.
,,t>d you arc required lo scrvr a m|)y
..f your Answer or Pleading I" the
Hill of I'ompWnl "'I the Plaintiff's
attorney. LESTER ROOBRS. 999 N W
nil Street, Miami. Florida 13136 ami
hi. ili.- original Answer or Pleading
in the office of Hie Clerk of the circuit
I'ourl on or before the 3rd day of
s, pi. iiiln-r. I!";1* If you fail 10 do BO,
judgment by .1. imli will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint
this notice ."hall be published oai
. ,. h week for four consecutive week*
in THE .1KWISH FI.ORID1AN
|mi\'F. AND ORDBRBD al Miami.
Florida, tiii- H* ':>>' '' July A.D.
.....
R i: LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
circuit <'our'. Dade County, Florida
By: < P. coff.land
Deputy Clerk
(I irmit OOurl Seal)
LESTER RnArHtS, eso
' \" w Hili Street
Miami. Florida asm
Attorney for Plaintiff
. I-S-lC-lt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-7437
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
|m WtHAHITA DAVIDSON,
Plaintiff.
IhEKKBRT DAVIDSON.
I it-fondant
I to HERBERT DA\ IDSON
Residence t'nktiown
V. ii, IIRKHBRT DAVIDSON, arc
-h.-n-liv nolifled iliat a Hill of Coin-
Iplaint for Divorce lias been tiled
lagainst >ou. and you arc required lo
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
lib. plaintiff- attorney, jack .1.
WEISS, ESQ. S44 S.W. 1st Street.
Miami, Florida 33130 and file the
original Anawer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of ilia Circuit four!
foil or before thi- 3rd day of September.
J 1H68 If vou fail to do ho. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Kill
of Complaint.
This notice shall ho published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TIIK JEWISH FTJtRIDIAN.
IH>NE AND (iKDBHBU at Miami,
l--|,>rtda. this 1Mb "ley of July A.D.
L -j i-1 <
K. H LBATHBRMAN. Clerk
1 Circuit Court. Issde County. Florida
By: K M. i.T.man
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
J M'K J WEISS. BSQ.
844 S\W" 1st Street
MlaflHi Florida
-Attorney for Plaintiff n/,.9.it.23
BOTICE BY M/BLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
No. 68-11497
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IMWIN SILVERSTBIN.
Plaintiff.
IE\NNB SILVEBSTEIN.
DcfetsJant.
O: JEANNE SILVERSTBIN,
ii:. Oriental Houlevard,
Hrooklyn. New York
You. JEANNE SILVERSTBIN. are
h.-rebj- notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce baa been filed
gainst you. and you are required H
erve a riopv of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
'lalatMTa attorney. JOSH REPHTN.
1.37" Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. Florida 33139 and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
tot Ho- Clerk of the circuit Court on
before the tith day of September.
|968. If vou fail to do so, judgment by
fault will be taken against you for
|the relief demanded hi the Hill of
complaint
TIiIb notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive woks
fin TUB JEWISH FLORID-LAN
I KiNK AND ORDERED at Miami,
lorida. this 29th day of July, AD.
|96fl
Circuit Court Real)
B. K. LBATHBRMAN. '"I, rk
> '.-uli Court. Dadc Counly. Florida
P.v: I- RNBBDKN. Deputy Clerk
|OKH REPHIN
170 Washington Avenue
lianii Bench Florida 33139
Lltorney for Plaintiff
I 8-9-16-S3
LEGAL NOTICE
-i
'Pop why do they hide the Choir?
Are they ashamed of them?"
Copr. 1968, Doynu Productions
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79589-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Itli: Estate of
OKIMS I! MILLER,
" lecl-a Bed
All Creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demands
Against Said Estate
i'U are hereby notified ai.d required
present any claims and demandl
Bieli you may have agaiflat the <-s-
Of MORRIS II Mil.I.Eli. deceased
of !>.;.!. 4:ounty, Floridu, to the
nt> Judgen of li.ide County, and
the same in duplicate and as pro-
id in Section 733.10, Florida Btat-
their offices in the County
Irtbouae In Dade County, Florida,
Mn six calendar months from the
of the first publication hereof,
II"- MM will be barred.
Med al Miami, Florida, this :imh
of July, A. I) 198.
ETIIEI. Mll.l.EK
As Rxecutrlx
|rst publication of this notlt.....n
2nd day of August. 1968,
HT1N OENET
JTney for Executrix
|N. B. 103rd Street
8/2-9-16-2S
NOTICl BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-12416
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHNNY USB JESS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MATTIE MAY JESS.
Defendant.
TO: MATTIK .MAY JESS
18 Palmer Btreel
Camilla. Oeorgla
Y.-u. MATTIE MAY JESS, are here-
by notified that a Kill of Complaint
for Divorce lias I.....n filed against
you. anil you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Kill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, arthi'R w kaii-
1.ICK. 9H9 N. W. I4'h St., Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
..r Pleading in the offi......f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19 day of September, 1961. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken ua~ahisl you for the relief de-
manded in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conseoBtlve ureeka
in THE JEWISH PliOKfDIAN.
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this 13 day of August. A.D.
1968,
B. B. I.HATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida
Ily: K. M. LTMAN, Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
ARTHUR W. KARUCK.
999 N. W. 14th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/16-23-30 9/6
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79303-C
In ItE: Estate of
HERMAN K. NBUHAU8
I H-eejiSed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which inu may have against ihe ag-
itate of HERMAN K. neiihai s de-
! ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
i to the County Judges of Dade County,
i and file the same in duplicate and as
provided ill Section 733.10, Florida St a -
tutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dadc County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time Of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Mlam'. Florida, this 7th
day of August, A.D. J966
THE MIAMI HEACH
F1HST .NATIONA1. RANK
By: .1 L NEWMAN.
Assistant Vice President
and Trust Officer
and HOWARD It HIHSCH
As Co-Bxecutors
First publication of this notice on
In- Sth day of August, 196.
HOWARD R HIRRCH
Attorney for Co-Bx'cutors
SHU Kiscayne Koulevard,
Miami, Florida, 33138.
8,9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79708
In KB: Estate of
MBYBK L.ICHTENSTEIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
mk Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You are heroby notified and requir-
ed to present any elslms and demands
which you mas have against the es-
tate of MBYKH I.ICIITENSTEIN de-
ceased kite of Inde county. Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County,
and file the same In duplicate and u
provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse hi l>ade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, ibis 12th
day of August. A.D 1908. ......
OBOROB SCHWARTZ
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tin- 10th day of August, 1(418.
KDWIN M. OINSKI'Itt:
MYBRft, KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorneys for Executor
1160 B.W. First Sire, t
Miami, Florida .., ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that under-
signed, deslriiiK to engage in business
under the fictitious names of Sicgal
Medhtal Group; Blegal Medical Group
Professional Association; The Over-
weight Medical Clinic; at 720 N.W.
27th Avenue. Miami, Florida Intends
to register the said names with tho
clerk of the circuit court. Dadc County.
Florida
Dated al Miami. Florida this 14th
day of July mon.
SfBGAI, MBDrTAL GHOVP P. A.
a Florida professional
4 r\-ice corporation
Sole Owner
BERNARD P. FA I! I!
Attorney for Applicant
ir.r.a So Dixie lfichway
Coral Gables, Florida
8 '.1-10-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TRIPI.B l> ENTERPRISER, INt .
,t b a IMtoDHCTS r.NI.IMITEI. Jl
Suite :'ll Executive lluildiiiK 1175
Northeast ISSttk Street, North Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
With th. Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
TKIPI.B l> ENTERPRISES. INC.
IU : I1ENKY l> HllilN
PreHident
DEMOS AND DAVIS
Ily: RONALD I* DAVIS
Attorneys for
Triple D. Enterprises, Inc.
417 Hlsenyne Kulldiin;
19 W. Flakier Street
Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICi; IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MASTER KISINKSS SERVICES
at MS N.E. 13Sth Street, North Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Hade County, Florida
PHILIP It ANDREA
B : 10-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 68-9264
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EVE HAKTMAN BLOCK,
Plaintiff,
ROBERT BENJAMIN Kl>-I\.
Defendant,
TO: ROKEP.T KEN JAM IN BI/JCR
You, ROBERT BENJAMIN BLOCK.
[are hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
I against you. ami you are required to
I serve- a copy of your Answer or Plead-
' Ing to the Hill of Comnlaint on fbo
I Plaintiffs attorney, SHEVIN. GOOD-
MAN HOI.'rX.MAN, 340 S.-ybold
I Building, Miami. Florida, and file the
J original Answer or Pleading in the
I office of the clerk of ihe Circuit Court
on or before the 0th day Of Septem-
ber, i*>ov if yon mil to do no, Judg-
ment by default ill be taken nvalnat
you for tin relief demanded In Ihe Kill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each \o-,k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
DONE \NI> ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this .list dav of July, A D.
190S.
E K LRATHERMAN. ci. rk,
circuit Court Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: i" P. I'nl'l-'.l AND, Denutj Clerk
SHBVIN, GOODMAN rt HOLTZMAN
146 Keylsild Building
Miami, Florida Mitt
xii......v for Plaintiff
S J I6-2S
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKltllltY GIVEN that
the uiniei--1" ', ,i. desiring lo engage In
business under the flclllloup name of
IRONBBER in 07 N v\ 13 Phv e,
.Miami. Florida, intends '- register
si.id name with the Clerk of ihe Cir-
cuit court of bade County! Florida
PEDRO HI.ami I,
Sole ( Iwner
t, 2-H-10-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS rlBHBHY GIVEN ih.it
the undersigned, desiring to fugage
in business under Ihe fictitious mime
of KI.AIR. HHOADES a- i: \i.nw i\
at Box 1007 North Raj Vlllsge, Fla
33141 intends in register said name
with the Clerk of ilo- Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
GEORGE ABRAM80N,
Sole < Iwner
ARTIIIi: YV KARLICK
Attorney at Liw
999 N.W. nth Street
Miami. Florida 33136
8 t-16-33-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-11984
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rosa BL1ZAKETH Randolph,
Plaintiff.
vs.
GEORGE WESLEY RANDOLPH,
I lefendant.
TO: GEORGE WESLEY
RANIS i|.I'll
Route No. I
Box 71
Wavorly. Georgia
You. GEORGE WESLEY RAN-
lii.ph. are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce bus been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer ,,r Plead-
ing to ihe Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. STANLEY P KAP-
LAN, 365 Kiscayne Building, Miami.
Florida 33130 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
In fore the 12th day of September,
IfM If you fail lo do -,,. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published i.....
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERBD al Miami.
Florida, this tith day of August All
190S.
E It. LEATHF.RMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. I* copeland
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I 9-16-33- 10
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenisi; fkrHiictn
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dint 373-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79926- B
In RB: Estate of
A. LEV INF.. a k a
ABE LBVINE
D.....ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.- and All Persons llav-
in Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstati
You are hereby notified and reo.Ulr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
tate of A. I.EVINE. k u ABB I.E-
V1NE deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to tin County Judges of Dade
County, and file the satin- In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.1i'..
Florida Statutes, in iheir offices in
the County Courthouse in Dad.- County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or Ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 5th
day of August, AD 1938.
HETTY I.EVINE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 19S.
RARNBTT ROBINSON, JR. and
EDWARD A. S1RK1N
Attorneys for Executrix
410 Concord Huildlng
Miami. Florida 33130
1 ".i-IU-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79382-A
In RB: Estate of
El l\S MENDE1.SON a/k/a
HI.IAS MENDELSOHN
De eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persona II.iv-
mg claims or Demandi Against BaM
Bstate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d. manda
which you may have against the es-
tate of F.LIAS MENDELSi-N a k a
ELIAS MENDF.LSi 'I IN deceased late
of Dade County. Florida. to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Sta-
tutes, in Iheir offices In ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within sj\ calendar months from the
time of tin- first publication hereof,
or the same will l- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, 'bis 2nd
day of AUgUSt, A D, 18118
First publication of this notice on
the Sth day of August, 1988
ABRAHAM MBNDELSON
As I'xeeutor
ROMMEL, ROOBRS, LORHBR
BHBNKMAN
Attorneys for Bxi cutor
4I'U Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida 33139
s : 16-23-80
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78263- B
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM NB.MSER
I)......ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Per.....- Ho>
iiic: claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired lo tiles, ni any claims ami de-
mands which mi ma> ban ugnlnsl Ihe
stai. of WILLIAM NBMSBII di -
ceased late nf Dade County. Florida,
to the i'"univ Judges of Dade County,
aid file Ihe same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.il nffleet 111 the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
wrlthl six calendar months from ihi
nine of ili, first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, ilu- 16th
da) "i .lull. AH P."--'
JOSEPH NBM8ER
As Anelllsr) Executor
First publli atloil of this notice on
Ihe '.uli da) of August, 1868.
II ym \N NEMSER
\ i mi a. j for Executor
.".:, West 42nd Sire.i.
n. u > ork City, N Y
9 16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76702
In RE Estate "I
JollN \V COL.TRAIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
ing claims or Demands Against Sal
Bstatt ;
You nre hereby notified and requir-
ed to pi,s, ni any claims and demand
whi.-h you may have agalnsl the en
tat! "I JOHN W. COI.TRAIN dec..,.
id lati "f Dadi County, Florida, to ih
County Judges of Dade Coubty, an
fib the same in duplicate and as pro
vide,I iii Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes in their offices in the Count
Courthouse in Dadc County. Florid,
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereol
or lb. sain.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Fiorina, this 6l
da) of August, A D 1H68.
(si KATHLEEN OOLTRAIN
\s Admlnlsiratrlx
First publication of this nolle j
on ih.- -itli of Augusi. IMt
SOL ALEXANDER
Attorney tor Administratrix
19 W. Elacler Street, Suite "17
_____________8/9-16-23- '"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-11440
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
II tZBL B88BN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
DANNIE NEW SOME AND JOHN "
VBWSOXE and LAWRENCi:
.mines and mane" JONES,
his nii'--.
Defeuclanl a
TO: DANNIE NBW80ME aitd
JOHN" NEWSOME and
L\W IIEME JONES and
.lANE" JONES, bis wife,
Residence Unknown.
You art hereby required to file
your written defense to the Complain
To For.-, los,. Agreement for Deed ti-
the following property in Dade Counly,
Florida, to wit:
l/.t 3 of Illnek 10 of TOWN OF
PBRRINB, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Rook "D"
at Pag* 79 Of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida.
with ill.- Clerk of the Court and ierv
a copy thereof on ESSEN & BSSEN
attorneys For Plaintiff, 12"8 Ainsb;
HuildiiiK. Miami, Florida, on or befor.
the 3rd day of September. 1968, or ;.
d.fsult will he entered against you
DATED this 26th day nf July, 19i>
E II I.BATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By; N. a. HEWTT
Deputy Clerk.
8/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79830-C
In RB: Estate of
LENA EPSTEIN
Doocas. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against ihe es-
tate of 1 i:nA EPSTEIN deceased lat<
of Had. County. Florida, to the Countv
Judges "f Dad.- County, and file th<
same In duplicate and as provided ii
Section 7:::: 16, Florida Statutes. It
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within sir
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or ihe MUM
will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1811
da) "i July, A D 1968
JACt >P. EPSTEIN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1968.
MARX FARBR
Allot -in y for
Bstate Administrator
1013 Ainsley ltldg.. Miami
8/9-H-33-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to em:. .
hi business under the fictitious name
nf VIZCAYA TOWERS al 8101 Bis-
payne Boulevard, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with
I'l.i: of th,- Circuit Court of 1> .
i "otint \. Florida.
I'l.oliiiiA EAST COAST
Plti iPEKTIES. INC
By: tihor HOLLO
i "lent
PINE will ACt iKSON
Attorm vs for
vr/c \Y \ TOWERS
do i-:.ist Flagler street
Miami. Florida 88181
-. j j) 16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OTVBM that
tii, mideraigned, desiring t* ens.
in huainesn under the fictitious name
of KERRY PATCH at MM S W. 57th
Avenue, Miami Intend to register -I
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "i Dade County. Florida,
RICH \l:n i: HUBBLE
I.BNNOX K KERRY
KESSLBR, MASSBY &
P.BCKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
IM llilimnre Way
Coral Gabli
8 9-16-23-30


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'JevistFtcrktiar
Fridav. August 23. 1968
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U S CHOlCf
. GOVT INSPECTED U$ 0OVT G**
Lamb Combination
Chops and Stew lb OV^
Loin Lamb Chops lb j13
LAMB CHOPS or|
Shoulder (blade cut lb. o"c
Lamb Breasts.....lb 29c
LEGS
LAMB
SUN AID
MINT
JELLY
%V 25'
TOP U.S. CHOICE -WESTERN-US. GOV T. INSPECTED-U.S. GOV'T. GRADED
Rib Steak
Chuck Steak
TOP QUALITY PICKLES
BEEF
TONGUES l.
SHORT CUT
WEI L
TRIMMED I B.
CENTER
CUT I B
99
59
BONELESS $
STEAKS
California
Crossrib
1
39
LB.
ROAST
...LB.
BONELESS
ROAST
NO FAT ADDED
79c
99*
49c
GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN
TURKEY j0
DRUMSTICKS ^^of
or WINGS........LB. oSkl W
FOOD
FAIR
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
THRU SAT., AUG. 24 AT ALL
FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
Excluding Kosher Markets
SAVE MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
...YOUR FREE BONUS
ftCUt!...from Food Fair's Baker;
EUROPEAN
JEWISH RYE or
PUMPERNICKEI
Vienna Rolls.
kJ
37c
PKC.
OF 6
FRESH CUT SKINLESS & BONELESS
BOSTON
FILLET.....lb
FLORIDA CAUGHT
MACKEREL
69
.35
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
^4W- DOLLAR SALE
L BBt S
Tomato Juice.......3 cInPI
YELLOW CL ING SLICEDorHALVES
Libby s Peaches ... 3 c'a~sz 1
Fruit Cocktail 4 cans!
Service T>clcccUe^CH
AVAIL ABIE AT STORES HAVING APPETIZER DEPTS.
ALL CHEESE 4 LUNCH MEATS Si. 'CEO TO ORDER'
Baby Whitefish.......... 79
Smoked Sturgeon lb 69c
*Vf 3 .B 'RTED HCli AMD PROCESS -
Gouda Cheese lb 59c
OIDFASHIG-- ..
Wide Bologna u 69
-.142 .B -- -.Oa OR __
B.C. Hard Salami 89
LEAN SLICED
PASTRAMI
SODAS 15 si
REGAL PREMIUM m 12-OZ. ^^^^
BEER ^6^99'
ON A STICK
m I BOX
Eskimo Pie .of-
59
CRIBARI SAVE 30c
Table Wines
VINO ROSSO V NO fa. AN CO VINO FIAWA
GAL $2"
TOP QUALITY SWEET
Seedt\
e44
GRAPES
SWEET NECTARINES
LEMONS LIMES
LB.
TOP
QUALITY .... LB
PERSIAN top
.........QUALITY
29
10 :39
SAVE I8-F00D FAIR FROZEN FRENCH OR
REGULAR CUT
BEANS 3 49
MFRS. LIST PRICE 9Se
COLGATE
TOOTHPASTE .
famil y
TUBE
59
HALF
POUND
SAVE
38C LB.
SAVE b< BREAKSTONE'S
5vt C>< 6*t A MONfb MAC
Sour Cream con; 03
SAVE lOr AMERICAN KOSHER MIDGET _.c
Salami or Bologna o.ub/O
PHILADELPHIA mn
Cream Cheese "c* 49c
SAVE 10< FOOD f AIR ..(
Midget Liverwurst .........chub Z9
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