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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 27, 1968

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 27, 1968

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Voiume 41 Number 39
Miami, Honda, rnaay, September 27, 1
968
FIRM STAND
Israel Raps
\New Council
Resolution
1 SITED NATIONS. N.Y. (JTA)
v. hen the Security Council this
Iweek adopted a resolution calling
[for rigorous" respect of its cease
[fin order in the Middle East and
pgain urging full support by all
{parties for the peace mission of
{special L'.N. representative Dr.
iGunnarY. Jarring. Israel promptly
las-ailed the resolution as "another
expression of the double standard"
of the Council on Middle East Is-
sues and said it would "continue
Itn fulfill its obligations to protect
{its citizens, military and civilian,
land the territories under its con-
lliol." The resolution had been ap-
proved by 14 of the 15 Security
[Council members. The Algerian
[delegate abstained, saying this was
(done because there would be no
('real solution" to the Middle East
[crisis until the Security Council
[acted to force an end of Israel's
(occupation of the Arab territories.
Israel's Ambassador to the UN,
Yosef Tekoah, emphasized that the
slution had made no reference
the Israeli complaint on which
(Israel had asked for the Council
I meetingan Egyptian ambush on
|Aog. 26 in which commandos had
crossed the Suez Canal and killed
I two Israeli soldiers and kidnapped
third, an incident for which
I Egypt disclaimed both responsibil-
ity and knowledge, charging that
jIsrael had faked the incident, a
[stand supported by Soviet delegate
|Yaakov Malik.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban told
press conference in Jerusalem
hat Israel was neither surprised
or disappointed by the "tepid"
esolution. He said Israel knew be-
orehand that "the character and
imposition and shortcomings of
he Security Council would seal its
ips and paralyze its hands." He
aid some Council members want-
d to state Egypt's guilt in the
esolution but "the automatic So-
iet support of the Arabs and the
ig Powers' unwillingness to be-
ome involved in a direct confron-
tion over the Middle East
rought this attempt to naught."
Stressing that the resolution "falls
ort of effective equitable action
o halt Egyptian aggression." he
teclared, "In its detachment from
he Israeli complaint, the resolu-
tion discriminated against Israel
Continued on Page 14-A
1'wo Section Frice 20c
MO ARMS CURB
Reds Reject
L B J Move
On Mideast
Max M. Fishei (right), the new chairman of the United Israel
Appeal, accepts the gavel of the office from Dewey D.
Stone, who served in the post for nearly two decades. The
United Israel Appeal allocates funds raised by the United
Jewish Appeal for expenditure in behalf of refugee absorp-
tion and social welfare in Israel.
Max M. Fisher Is
Named UIA Head
NE WYORK (JTA) Max M. immigration, settlement and ab-
Fisher. Detroit business and phil- sorption of 1,350,000 Jewish refu-
anthropic leader, was elected this gees who required assistance in
week chairman of the United Israel j reaching Israel since the first L'JA
Appeal, major American agency
responsible for the resettlement
and absorption of immigrants in
...
TERRORIST LEADER
CAPTURED IN ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
commander of the terrorist
gang responsible for placing
explosives in trash contain-
ers in Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv has been caught. Abd
el-Rahim Jaber of Hebron,
who has been a fugitive since
the group's members were
apprehended after placing
explosives at Tel Aviv's cen-
tral bus station, was wounded
and taken alive by an Army
patrol in the desert south of
the Dead Sea when he tried
to cross into Jordan.
Israel.
Long recognized as one of the
country's most prominent leaders
of humanitarian and welfare caus-
es, Jewish and non-sectarian. Mr.
Fisher succeeds Dewey D. Stone
of Brockton, Mass.. prominent
American Jewish leader who has
been chairman of UIA for nearly
two decades. He has been elected
honorary chairman.
Other officers of the United Is-
rael Appeal elected at its annual
meeting were Melvin Dubinsky. St.
Louis, Mo., and Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann. New York City, vice chair-
men; Merrill Massenfeld. Provi-
dence. R.I.. and Jack D. Weiler,
New York City, treasurers.
Reclected were Ralph Wechsler,
Essex Falls, N.J., secretary, and
Gottlieb Hammer, New York City,
executive vice chairman.
The Board of Trustees also made
allocations for the year for the ex-
penditure in Israel by the Jewish
Agency for Israel of the funds re-
ceived from the campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal which, to-
gether with the Jewish Agency,
has played a major role in the
campaign in 1939. Besides immi-
C on tinned on Page 11-A
NEW YORK (JTA Pre1r>t
Johnson has been rebuffed in his
approaches to the Soviet Union for
a curb on arm- shipments t> the
Middle East and. as a result. "Mr.
Johnson is now expected to permit
the sale of 50 F-4 Phantom jets to
Israel before the end of the year,"
Benjamin Welles reported from
Washington in the New York Times
this week.
According to Mr. Welles, the So-
viets replied to the President's
proposal that it would cooperate
only when there is "peace" be-
tween the Arab states and Israel
presumably along Arab lines.
Delivery of the jets, which were
requested by Israel's Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol at a meeting with
President Johnson in Texas last
January, will be authorized once
the Presidential elections are over
and the transaction can be di-
vorced from local politics, reported
Mr. Welles.
The report contradicted an ear-
lier New York Times report that
President Johnson had decided not
to sell the planes to Israel. White
House sources denied that report
Continued on Page 3-A
Robert Russell Accepts
CJA Leadership Post
Robert Russell, vice president the Combined Jewish Appeal.
and member of the executive The CJA is the major fund rais-
board of the Greater Miami Jew- ing effort by which Greater Miami
I ish Federation, has been named
chairman of the 1969 campaign of
KOBtKT RUSSIU
Jewry aids Israel and maintains a
network of community welfare
agencies.
Among the Federation constitu-
ent agencies which will benefit
from the CJA drive are the Jewish
Home for the Aged, the Jewish
Vocational Service, Mount Sinai
Hospital, the National Council of
Jewish Women Service to New
Americans, the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Community
Chaplaincy Service and the YM-
V'.VHA of Greater Miami.
Mr Russell has served on the
Combined Jewish Appeal's Metals
Group Committee and in 1966 was
on the Initial Gilts Committee and
was chairman of the Metals Group
Manufacturing and Transport Di-
Continued on Page 8-A
Suez Canal
Is Target
Of Pressure
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
o.'ficials were understood this week
to have come to the conclusion
that Egypt was seeking neither a
major confrontation nor a peace-
ful settlement with Israel at this
time. Informed sources said that
Egypt's military escalation along
the Suez Canal in recent weeks
appeared aimed at creating new
pressure for Israels withdrawal
Ironi the east bank of the Suez,
possibly for a partial settlement to
[Permit reopening of the canal.
Israel remains firm on the posi-
tion that such withdrawal can take
place only in the context of a for-
mal peace treaty opening the
waterway to passage for sJiips of
all countries, including Israel.
While the security situation is
considered better now than after
the 1956 Sinai campaign when the
United States backed the UN. de-
mand for Israeli withdrawal under
implied threat of sanctions, it is
believed that the world and the
United Nations have not shown
any greater acceptance of Israel's
presence on the canal than they
did 15 months ago.
Israel's arguments at the current
session of the UN. General Assem-
bly accordingly will be lo press
for peace based on contractual
Continued on Page 11-A
IN THIS ISSUE
Alsop 4.A Schwartz 8-A
Sermon 15-A
Bar Mitzvah 12-B
Real Estate 13-B
Candlighting 15-A
Synagogues ISA
Cohen 6 A Toran ISA
Dining 10.B TV. 1S-A
Editorials 4.A Quiz Box 15-A
Weddings 10-IIB
Lehman 10. B Woman's
People. Placet 6-15 Werid 5B
PARENTS BLAMED
Timothy Leary 'Explains'Jewish Hippies
NEW YORK (JTA) An Ortho-
dox rabbi reported this week that
he had been told by Timothy Leary,
the self-appointed leader of the
"fulfillment-through-drugs" philos-
ophy, that there were many more
Jewish youth in the ranks of the
hippies than had geencrally been
reported and that the number of
Jewish students among his follow
ers was "very extensive."
Rabbi Irvin S. Borvick. spiritual
leader ol the Young Israel of Syra-
cuse, reported that soon after he
and Dr. Leary began their conver-
sation, during a Leary visit to lec-
ture at Syracuse University, the
drug philosopher was "surrounded
by six adoring young people. Three
of the six were Jewish. One long
haired young Jew had traveled all
the way from Toronto to meet his
hero."
Dr. Leary told Rabbi Borvick
that the proportion of Jews in the
fading Haight-Ashbury enclave in
San Francisco was closer to 40 per-
cent than the 25 percent generally
estimated.
When Rabbi Borvick asked Dr.
Leary why he felt that Jewish
youth became involved in such ac-
tivities, Dr. Leary replied, "Young
Jewish men and women are very
thoughtful. Generally Jewish peo-
ple are in the forefront of any
avant-garde movement.
According to Kabbi Borvick. Dr.
Continued, on P*je 14-A


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Israel Releases Arab
Terrorist Prisoners
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel in-
formed the International Red Cross
recently that 16 Arab prisoners
were being released as a 'humani-
tarian gesture'" in connection with
the release of the hijacked El Al
airliner and its 12 passengers and
crewmen held in Algeria since
July 23. The Israeli spokesman
s-aid the gesture was being made
to the Italian government in rec-
ognition of its efforts to bring
about the release of the plane and
the Israeli nationals.
The prisoners released were all
arrested before the June war and
were serving sentences of from
three to 10 years. Representatives
of the International Red Cross in-
terviewed the prisoners in accord-
ance with international law, to de-
termine if they want to return to
their country of origin or go else-
where.
It was learned that most of the
prisoners come from areas now
occupied by Israel.
Minister of Information Israel
Galili said a special committee ap-
pointed by Prime Minister Lcvi
Eshkol chose the 16 from a list of
"Arab fighters." The release was
proposed during negotiations for
the return of the S7.5 million El Al
plane in which the Italian govern
merit served as an intermediary
between Israel and Algeria, whose
authorities held the aircralt along
with the Israeli passengers and
crewmen since July 23.
Arab fighters" referred to
918 Americans
Settle In Israel
During August
NEW YORK (JTA)A total of
948 Americans and Canadians left
for Israel during the month of
August for permanent settlement,
bringing to 2.717 the number of
Americans going to Israel for set-
tlement during the first eight
months of this year, according to
Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, associ-
ate head of the Immigration and
Absorption department of the Jew-
ish Agency in Israel, and Avraham
Frank, director of the Israel Ali-
yah Center here.
. members of El Fatah and other
guerrilla organizations that have j
engaged in infiltration and sabo- |
, tage against Israel.
Since the Six-Day War about
1,400 marauders have been sen-
tenced or are awaitip.q trial. The
decision to release only pre-war in-
filtrators was apparently intended
to discourage further hijackings.
Israeli technicians inspected the ,
\ hijacked El Al jet that was released |
by Algeria and found two bullet :
; holes in the plane's interior. It was |
' originally believed that one bullet i
was fired into the plane's ceiling I
by a hijacker while chief pilot '
. Capt. Oded Abarbanel was held at
gunpoint and co-pilot Maoz Porez
was struck with a gun butt. The
second bullet hole was found in
the door separating the pilots' com-
partment from the passenger sec-
tion. The inspectors said both holes
could not have been made by the .
same bullet. The Boeing 707 was
reported to be in generally fair
condition and is expected to re- I
enter service this month.
Italy was cited by Foreign Min-
| ister Abba Eban for having played
1 a most effective role in obtaining
the release of the airliner.
Italy volunteered to serve as an
intermediary and it was they who
reportedly suggested the "humani-
tarian gesture" to which Israel
eventually agreed on condition the
plane, its passengers and crew first
be returned safely to Israeli hands.
While Israelis were relieved by
the safe return of detainees and
aircraft, considerable criticism has
been voiced over the "gesture.' re-
garded in some quarters as paying
blackmail or ransom.
Capt. Baruch Pressman of the
Israel Aircrew Assn. expressed the
misgivings of many flyers when he
said Israel's "gesture" might only
encourage future hijackings.
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Friday, September 27, 1968
*Jenist> IHhridHar
Paqe 3-A
17.5 Million Americans Said To
Hold 'Strong Anti-Semitic Beliefs
lion, of Pittsburgh, said. 'What amon all our Ph.D \s and DD's
right to wc have to talk about md rabbis, we think we are Ijo
them? They are not here, because great to have them"
TORONTO (JTA) About 17.5
tjnillion Americans hold "fairly
Itrong anti-Semitic belief-;" ac-
cording to a paper distributed to
200 delegates from six countries
Attending an international confer-
ence hi i hristians and .lews here
repared by Harry Leishman, race
Relations coordinator of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, the paper
(ui- based on a study sponsored by
he Anti-Defamation League <>l
ji'nai B'rith.
The conference, organized by the
National Conference of Christians
and .lews and its affiliate, the Ca-
nadian Council of Christians and
tews, also took up problems of pov-
its urban unrest and student- re-
bellion at its five-day session.
The dele-ate. heard a suggestion
n Rabbi Gunther PlautOf Toronto
hat synagogues and churches give
jp their lax tree status so that they
-ould become politically active.
There i- no reason why a religious
'eader should not be able to pro
laim from his pulpit his support of
Mmskip's Senate Record
Largely Favored Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) A study
jl the voting record of Sen. Ed-
i ii in I S. Muskie ol .Maine. Vice
Presidential nominee of the Demo-
cratic Party, shows he has voted
n a number of occasions for legis-
ation favored bj supporters of Is-
lael and has from time to time
Hentified himself with Israel's
fa use
When the Senate Subcommittee
n International Finance, of which
he is chairman, held hearings on
an amendment aimed at an Arab
boycott in 1965, however, he took
non-committal position. The Sen-
ator was believed to have personal-
ly favored the amendment, but be-
cause the- Administration opposed
the measure, he did not publicly
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Despite pressure from the Exec-
utive Department, the amendment
a as approved by the Subcommit-
tee and the full Banking and Cur
rencj Committee
Last August, Sen Muskie took
the Senate floor to commend liu
mania for her independent stand
toward Israel during the Six-Day
War. when, in contrast to other
Eastern bloc countries, it refused
10 sever diplomatic relations with
Israel.
He joined wifh Sen. Howard
Baker. (R-Tenn.) in cosponsoring a
1967 resolution favoring the Eisen-
hower-Strauss nuclear desalination
plan for the Middle East. An advo-
cate of foreign aid. Sen. Muskie
nevertheless opposed aid to nations
like Egypt which divert their re-
sources for aggressive military ex-
penditures In 1959 he voted for
an amendment to the Mutual Secur-
ity Act sponsored by Sen. Wayne
Morse (D-Ore.i. designed to stop
economic aid to countries which
discriminate against American cit-
izen- abroad on the basis of race
and religion. The bill was aimed
at the Saudi Arabia government
because it refused lo allow Ameri-
can Jewish servicemen on an
American base in Arabia.
He supported the I960 Douglas
Keating amendment providing for
denial Ol airl to countries which
restricted commerce by illegal
blockades, the "freedom of the
sea'' amendment was aimed at
the Egyptian blockade ol the Suez
Canal against Israel The Senator
in 1963 voted for the Gruening-
lavits amendment designed to bar
aid to nations like Egypt that pre-
pare aggression against neighbor-
ing states which also receive U.S.
aid.
or opposition to a politician's can-
didacy. Dr. Plant declared.
Dr. Zwi Werblowsky, dean of
the humanities faculty of the He-
brew University in Jerusalem, crit-
iciied American campus rebels
whom he contrasted with Israeli
students. H suggested that the
American students were in revolt
against their educational system
because they were "pampered"
oroducts of an affluent society and
had no other outlets for their en-
ergies Israeli students, he said,
have a greater cause than "student
power"the survival of their na-
tion. "This emergency leaves little
time for other pastimes," Dr. Wer-
blowsky said.
The conference itself was the
large) nl criticism by one ol the
delegates because of the absence of
representatives of the poor, the
young and the racially oppressed
Hum deliberations addressed to
their problems. Norman J. John
-on. director ol Community Ac-
Keels Reject
LBJ Move
Continued From Page 1-A
and cited the President's state-
ments after Mr Eshkol's visit, in
which he promised to keep Israel's
defense needs "under active and
sympathetic review" in the light of
all relevant factors, including the
shipment of arms "by others" to
the area.
"The Soviet government's con-
tinuing refusal to cea-e rearming
Israels enemies is now a matter
of grave concern here." Mr. Welles
quotes U.S. government sources.
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Yom Kippur: A Time
Of Prayer And Hope
The season of the Hiqh Holy Days
draws to a close next Tuesday even-
ing and Wednesday when, qathered
in pynaqcques and temples throuqh-
out our community, we observe Yom
Kippur. the holiest aay in the He-
brew calender.
Concludinq the annual Ten Days
Penitence, the Day of Atonement is
a cay of reflection and prayer for
expiration from sin and for fore-
aiveness.
The importance of this Day of
Judgment lies in our acknowlerqe-
ment that, durinq the rxist year we
have sinned aqainst God and man
and on this day we will stand in
expectation and in hooe that our
p'.sas will be heard and our wishes
arcnted in the fullness of measure
or. the scale of judament.
Yom Kippur the Sabbath of
Sabbaths because of its sublime san-
ctity, symbolizes rest.
It is a still day. a day when we
whisper rather than talk, when we
think rather than articulate when
we walk softly, hopefully in humility.
Many are the prayers of Yom Kipour but
ir. essence they add uo to one supplication:
May the Almiqhty in the cominq year keep
hill covenant with our hopes.
Even thouqh we mav o-av from the pcriot
thert is before us, on Yom Kippur manv of our
r'.eas are uttered in s'illness from unwritten
script. For the tortures that bes=>t us are often
beyond the reach of the scrip; that is the ritual
ct the observance.
In a sense then, while we orav for the wel-
fare of the manv, we reach genuine ascent
when we are with ourselves.
As we unburden ourselves of the darkness
ond the secrets and the sins which weighed us
wn durinq the vear we will be as if bom
a, at peace with man, God a^d the w
It is a lonq-stan
we leave the threshol .-- rues Wli ,
confidence that oui livered in
sincerity were a(
Thus the essence si I faith and
'e all, al iope.
the harm >i! to
THE +WTS ARE IN
U.S. Must Ad Now
tion cam
. swing, both major candi<
come out in stronq support cf Israel's reauest
for Phantom jet fiqhter planes a request
that the United States Administration has had
under consideration for more than a year.
Rarely has any election issue" had mere
uninanimous support on the part of the lead-
ing contenders for national office. So much so,
that if the election were to be held now and
the new President were to make qood on his
campaiqn position, Israel would be assured the
delivery cf the jets it needs.
Vic President Hubert H. Humphrey ha* de-
clared that "a strona Israel and strivinq for
peace are not contradictory but complemen-
tary" and that "Israel must have the means to
defend itself, includinq such items as Phan-
toms."
Richard Nixon has said that if aivinq Is-
rael "a technoloaical military maraain to more
than offset her hostile neiqhbors' num-rical
superiority" r^uires Phantoms, "we should
supply those Phantom iets."
In view of the qeneral agreement in this
country over the n~ed to suoolv Israel with
Phantom jets, the Achnini*trction's reluctance
fo act now is surprising and disturbing.
**>ng supfo*^
Mounting Danger Of War
With events in the Middle East approach-
ing the danger point in the wake of Arab es-
calation of both guerrilla activities and war
threats, certainly the issue of Israel's military
needs should not remain an election Issue.
Earlier this year, when Israel Prime Ministei
Levi Eshkol visited President Johnson the Ad-
ministration made it clearly known that Israel's
military needs would be met or. the
developments in the Soviet buildus :: ."
armaments.
It is the responsibility o: the Dreser.t Ad-
ministration to view the issue on the basis o'
current military facts.
These facts were m --__.,.
few wet .- -
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hed :;-:- restored
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can now count on 63 bombers cc
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^73 for Israel and 134 transports to 35 tor Israel!
Egypt's Air Force alone has 400 cornb-,
aircraft including 40 SU-7 aU-weather H?
bombers and 110 MIG 21s mat -an nl
and faster than Israeli Skvhawks V ^
With thousands of Russian advisers worb
mg to train Arab pilots and technical tre
remains no doubt about the fact tha? Ae bal
SS ol rrrabs^^ -* >Si
ers already itchinq for the start of a "Wh
round, make it imr~rative for President 1^
^~iw2irwithout bi^ry0^
SjOte Department to make ^5 o hi
pleHWe to orap, Urrnl.s Ph^1"*
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WASHINGTONIn this year's
lurid presi ential campaign, one
>... .- iportanl ; {urea be-
tas certainly
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ton. NJ
p ... m ith .i
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sonal .<: .' ; Bachelder has
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ts that B ichel ler has
; m to Nixon arc among
>t closelj guarded secrets
e Republican candidate. Yet
transparent!) obvious that
former Vice President's cam-
paign strategy h heavily poll-
nate I II Is safe to say. in-
deed, that the Nixon campaign
to date has been mainly shaped
by Bachelder's results
in order to see why this is so.
have onlj to ,'lance at the
'hed results of other, less
secretive pollers. such as Louis
Ha.-rv. There is a near-perfect ) '.
- i Harris' most recen; find-
about the mood of the coun-
'-"> and hi things that Nixon and
Spil T Agnew have been saying
-" : lotng since they took the
- things, one may be
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Just behind organized crimimJa
; rioters are also Warned for
d Of law and order bv 59
MK Ol cur peoDle. So" the
^outhern" strategy has been
Nixon. School deseg
'"PProved in principle.
but a, enforcement is attacked
wSJS? is.ta*?n.rtofthe
clZlT m which Nixon *'"
over S .'" mdU'ge' t0 w,n
fH*,^JV?teM wh0 nave been
nghtened by black extremist
'orCdT-nU,:iStS Were a,so blmed
though the governor later
does not have that
little list af'er all. the
who are worried afa I
nists have also been
catered to.
It is all quite
smooth, quite wonderl
: >sional i'.\ en thi ch
ob cure Agnew, with
folks waj bli :
things the angrier homi
imong t:.
turned out to be the a> .,,
litical professionalism \-
long-planned, smoothlj
organization of the Nixi i
i aign it is downright
lY-Radio Spots
While poor Hubert It ;
can hardly afford to paj |
television time at all. Nix
his people have been cond
a saturation effort on both
and television, with hai
pause since the Hep ihiu-.i-
ventionexcept when the i
crats were tearing each otl
pieces in Chicago.
This saturation effort is n n
dramatic or 1.4 Jdline-maki:
cause it does not as yet include
any big. nationally tell
shows. Nixon has in fact a\
such risky na'ional show-
long time, even refusing the fi
appearances on the big -
interview-programs th.u
candidates ii^ht and bleed
die for. For Nixon pers n
recipe is the local teleth or lo-
cally organized interview
with his p irsonal cami
pearance in this state
The even more irn
far less c in picuous
effort i- meanw h le
numberl -- 3U-secoi
or.d radio spots," an .
ments i>f television
only two to five min I
cian .
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in the political field have been
made to look terribly feeble and
antiquated.
Furthermore, it appears that
this really is the product the
country want*.
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Friday, September 27. 1968
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LinERS TO THE EDITOR
Challenges Columnist's Position
Czech Jews Send Children Abroad
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In his column in the Miami
Herald of Aug. 14, Jack Kofoed
look issue with the Anti-Defama-
tion League"s policies related to
racial and religious discrimination
by private clubs; he asked what
we felt were the differences be-
tween a religiously oriented or-
ganization and a discriminatory
private social club, which bars
persons from membership because
of their religion or race.
Our response was sent Aug. 15;
at Mr. Kofoed's request, we made
our letter as brief as possible.
However. Mr. Kofoed did not
allow our letter to appear in his
column, as he said he would. In-
sti ad. in his column of Sept. 12,
he made passing reference to our
letter, interpreted our viewpoint
in his own language, and then pro-
ceeded to challenge our position.
which he had distorted beyond rec-
ognition.
Since it is clear that we cannot
receive an honest hearing in Mr
Kofoed's column, we request that
you bring our letter to the atten-
tion of your readers.
The letter follows:
Mr. Jack Kofoed
Miami Herald
1 Herald Plaza
Miami. Florida 33132
Dear Mr. Kofoed:
B'nai B'rith. the Knights of Co-
lumbus and other sinrlar organiza-
tions represent men and women of
a common religion who join to-
gether to give practical evidence
of the highest ideals of their par-
ticular faith. They do this through
community service projects which
j are designed to benefit not only
! their co-religionists, but the gen-
eral community at well. Frequent-
ly, these groups also spend time
educating their memberships con-
cerning the;.- religious beliefsas
in the case of B'nai B'rith's Auult
Jewish Education program.
These group; must limit their
memberships along religious lines
since they are attempting to rep-
resent a specific religious commit-
ment. For them to become non-
sectarian would defeat their pur-
pose, which is to reflect the high-
est ideals of their faith through
tangible service as representatives
of that faith. These groups are
.commonly called "religious fellow-
ships." Their membership policies
in no way imply that persons of
other religion- are inferior, or less
desirable. The Ami Defamation
League ha- no quarrel with their
membership polities.
Certain social clubs and athletic
dubs also limit their membership
along religious lines. However,
hese club--, by any reasonable
test, are totally secular in purpose
and program. The membership
policies of these clubs clearly im-
ply certain religious groups are
less desirable than others. In mo-t
of these clubs a Jewish person, no
matter how outstanding his per-
sonal character, would be consid-
ered undesirable simply because of
ins ni.gion. ine rtiui-Detaination
League believes this is wroru. and
no less wrong if the offending sec-
ular club happens to be predomi-
nantly Jewish in membership, with
Christians being the excluded
group. Kea-onaoie men conaemn
such policies because they know
they are based upon prejudice an;
bigotry.
Yes, these clubs may have the
legal right to enforce discrimina-
tory membership policies, but these
policies are morally indefensible
and destructive of the ideals Amer-
icans cherish
Mr. Kofoed, I am hopeful that
you may now recognize the dis-
tinction between a secular organ-
ization Mich as a private club
which discriminates against a per-
son because of hi; religion, and a
religiously oriented group which
bases its program- and teachings
upon a particular religious belief.
HFNRY E WOLFF, Chairman
Florida Regional Board,
American Jewish Committee
PRAGl'E (JTA) Many Jewish
paients in Czechoslovakia have
sent their children abroad as a
consequence of the Soviet occupa-
tion, which has given rise to a
climate oi ominous foreboding in
the Jewish community, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned this
week.
At least 100 Jewish youths left
Czecho-iovakia since the Soviet-Ud
invasion on Aug. 21 and more than
hall of them are in Western cc-i.n-
tries. Many other youngsters who
were abroad at the time haw
returned home.
The fears of Czechoslovak i
were motivated by the stron. at-
tacks in the Soviet press which ac-
cused "Zionist*'' of being pn
ily responsible for the so-c d
"counter-revolution" in Czech ,-
vakia. the JTA was told
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Friday, September 27
1968
I' 1 ! c
OIIIIIKIl/
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EDWARD COHEN
_r:s ich..'.!* "i*
Local AJCommittee Asks Dade
School Board To Act On Symbols
Declining Community
"Paterson." wrote William
Carlos Williams i" his epic
poem, "lies in the valley under
the Passaic Falls its spent waters
forming the outline of his back.
He lies on his right side, head
near the thunder of the waters
filling his dreams! Eternally
asleep, his dreams walk about in-
cognito ."
By the time Dr. Williams died
in 1963. he must have known that
the city which had inspired his
most important work and won for
him the first National Book
Award for Poetry, was as Robert
Lowell had written at the time
of publication: Paterson' is
Whitman's America, grown pa-
thetic and tragic, brutalized by
inequality, disorganized by indus-
trial chaos, and faced with anni-
hilation. No poet has written of
it with such a combination of
brilliance, sympathy and experi-
ence, with such alertness and
energy."
I returned recently to my home
town and the personal sorrow I
was feeling for the loss of my
lather was intensified by the sad
walk through the heart of the
city where I had been born and
*pent the greater part of my life.
Down Market Street, past City
Hall, to Main, almost at noon. I
was conscious of emptiness, the
few people moving about on busi-
ness, shopping, or making deals
on the historic curb west "1 City
flail
On Main Street, there were
many empty stores, one stating
emphatically -Lease Expired
Leaving Paterson Forever ."
The old paiif. store was still there.,
but. unlike the former County
Democratic chairman and his
brother, the ex-Sheriff, who still
carry on, not many of the old
mercantile pioneers have survived
the bin ht winch seemingly has
viped out a city of 150.000 per-
i-ons.
As I spoke with old friends.
many oi them politicians, judges,
bankers the -leading" citizens,
i' was obvious that the disease of
ft.u- had eaten away the guts of
I once-great community. People
won't walk in the streets, they
told me. because they fear mug-
they board their store win-
dows and bar the doors, even
during the day because they fear
robberyand cite the incidents to
prove their fright isn't Imagi-
nary. Black and brown is the
color of the diseasethe Negroes
and Puerto Ricansand there is
ro inhibition by any in naming it.
As long as I can remember.
Paterson was a city where power
was divided among the Irish
Catholic politicians, the Jewish
merchants and lawyers, the Prot-
estant bankers. There are three
statues in front of City Hall: Dr.
Andrew McBride, Mayor and
great healer; Nathan Barnert.
Mayor and philanthropist; Garret
llobart, U.S. vice president and
industrialist, attesting to that di-
vision. There are three hospitals,
for example. St. Joseph's. Barnert
Memorial and General as illus-
tration of how the spheres of in-
fluence worked in practice. And
it worked xx ell, until recent years.
The last Jewish funeral home
in a city which once had one of
the highest percentages of Jews
in the country has moved to a
nearby suburb to be near the
clientele. The lace curtain Irish
have almost disappeared from
the better avenues and the rich
Protestants, who began the sub-
urban exodus when it became ap-
parent they couldn't stop the
Jews moving into the neighbor-
hood are now seeking to remove
their hospital to Wayne, the sub-
urb which last year made head
lines because of the anti-Semitic
school campaign. "It will be im-
possible." a black leader told an
investigating committee, "for the
poor to receive health treatment"
if the city i- left with only two
hospitals.
But the doctors, like the mer-
chants who have reestablished
themselves in major highway-
shopping centers, and the textile
manufacturers who fled South
from unions and 150-year-old fac-
tory buildings, also want "out";
welfare checks are not enough
to attract them to a hospital, and
why should they be different?
Poet Allen Ginsberg, who be-
came friendly with Dr. Williams
as a result of my assigning him
to interview the famed poet for
a weekly that I published while
he was still a student at Colum-
bia, wrote to his older friend that
"Paterson is only a big sad poppa
who needs compassion." But the
mature man saw it all on a grand
er scale, and wrote. "That a man
in himself is a city, begining,
>eeking. achieving and conclud-
ing his life in ways which the
the various aspects of a city may
embody."
In its epic death struggle to-
day, my home town speaks for all
'he cities which are dying, some
quietly, some violently. And, per-
haps, the answer comes from
Daniel Moynihan, who said on a
television program recently that
"We are suffering from a decline
in the sense of communitv If the
humanity of mankind is to be
preserved were going to have to
undergo a cultural change."
This is the argument of Pater-
son, both as the poet saw it and
as today's headlines tell it. Each
of us has the answer in himself.
The Greater Miami Chapter.
American Jewish Committee this
week called on the Dade County
School Board to eliminate all sym-
bols signifying bigotry from use
in Dade County schools.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Chapter
president, said the AJC's stand
Ida Kaminska Glad
To Be In Israel
TEL AVIV tJTA) The first
lady of the Yiddish theatre. Ida
Kaminska. former director of the
Warsaw State Yiddish Theatre,
who arrived here this week, ex-
pressed relief that "at last one
can breathe freely."
Mrs. Kaminska. who arrived in
a chartered plane carrying immi-
grants, was accompanied by her
husband and granddaughter. She-
was met here by her brother. Josef
Kaminsky. first violinist in the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
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was taken in response to the con-
n-ox ersy at South Dade Senior
High School oxer the use of the
nickname "Rebels" for the school
athletic teams, the wearing of Con-
federate uniforms by the school
band, and the use of "Dixie" as
the school's musical theme. Pro-
testing these symbols are the 200
Negro students at South Dade who
feel their continued use is dis-
criminatory.
In a telegram sent to Dr. Ed-
ward Whigham, Superintendent of
Schools, and C. L. McCrimmon,
chairman of the School Board, Dr
Narot asked for the preservation of
"the constitutional freedoms of in-
dividuals by selection of school
symbols allowing dignity and re-
spect for all."
The text of the wire follows:
The Greater Miami Chapter oi
the American Jewish Committee
urges ihe Board and Administra-
tion give appropriate leadership to
Dade County youth by point
inequities of majority rule in n,..'
petualing symbols which can be in!
terpreted as bigoted and discrim.
inatory.
"We call upon you to act in ac-
cordance with your responsible
office to preserve constitul
freedoms oi all individuals
lection of symbols allowing
and respect to all."
Other officers of the Greater
Miami Chapter include .-\lir,,[
Boas, honorary president. Alvin
Cassel, Gerald Katcher. Robert 1
Shapiro. Barton S. Udell, vice pres-
idents; Herbert L. Sobel, secretary
Aaron A. Foosaner, financial see-
retary; R. W. Apte. treasurer: Mrs,
Leonard If. Silverman, associate
treasurer; Baron deHirsch Meyer
Dr. Joseph M Weidberg. [.,. Hob-
inson. Judge Harold B. Spa,
Nathan B. Rood. David B Flee-
man. Mrs. Charles II. Finkelstein
past presidents
VJ*
GREATER MIAMI'S MOST
EXCITING LECTURE SERIES!
The Eugene and Shirley Greenfield Institute for Adult Studies at
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street, 33101
(A Limited number of reservations are open to non-members)
Dec. 8 Rabbi Martin A. Cohen,
HUC-JIR, NY.
"The Fate of the Spanish Jews:
A Lesson for American Jewry."
Jan 5 Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
Beth Torah Cong No. Miami B
"The Living Message of
The Dead Sea Scrolls."
Jan 12 Dr Adrian Kantrowitz. MD.
Maimomdes Medical Center,
State Univ. of NY, College of A/-: e
"Ethical Implications of
Heari Transplantations."
Jan 19 Rabbi Robert I. Kahn
Temple Emanu El, Houston, Tex.
"Personal Religion In An
Impersonal World."
Jan 26 Elie Wiesel, Author
"Can We Build On The Sorrows
Of The Past?"
Oct. 6 Dr. Ithiel de Sola Pool
Professor of Political Science, MIT
"The International Implications of the
November Election."
Oct. 13- Dr. Levi Olan, Rabbi
Temple Emanuel, Dallas, Texas
"Issues of Faith In American
Politics."
Oct. 20Will Maslow, Exec Dir.
American Jewish Congress
"The Racial Implications of the
November Election."
Oct. 13 Adam Yarmolinsky
Professor of Lav/, Harvard University,
John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics
"The Urban Implications of the
November Elections."
Nov. 3 Rabbi Andre Ungar
Temple Emanuel, Westwood, N.J.
"The Jews of South Africa:
A Personal Experiance."
' Nov 10, 10 A.M. to 3 P.M.
Dr. Nathan Glazer
Dept of Sociology,
U. of Calif, Berkely
Dr. Morris Janowitz, Chairman,
Dept. of Sociology, U. of Chicago
Dr. Marshall Sklare, Dept of
Sociology, Columbia University
A Symposium:
"Judaism in the U.S.:
Beyond Assimilation."
'Not included in regular series
Feb. 9
Feb 16
No. 1 7 Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
Birmingham Temple, Birmingham, Mich.
"Can We Have Judaism Without God?"
Dec. 1 Albert Vorspan, Director
Commission on Social Action, UAHC
"Social Action
The Challenge to American Jewry."
Feb 2 Dr. Cyrus H. Gordon,
Dept. o:^ Mediterranean Studie;
Brandeis U.
"Hebrew Origins
The Source of Our Being.'
Prof Richard M. Elman, Author
Visiting Writer, Bennington Co
"The Jewish Writer In
Contemporary American Fictior
Dr Joseph Haroutunian,
Divinity School, U. of Chicago
"A Protestant Looks At The
Future Of Faith In America."
Mar 9 Rabbi Em,I L. Fackenheim,
Professor of Philosophy, U of '
"Can The American Jew Still Bel eve
In The God Of Israel?"
Mar. 16 Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein
KAM Temple, Chicago
"A Rabbi Emeritus Looks
At The Future."
Mar. 23 Father Raymond E Brown,
St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore
"A Catholic Looks At The
Future of Faith in America."
.
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Friday. September 27, 1968
+Jcni*t HcrkHan
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r
Some men plant a tree for Israel.
Israel planted a forest for Hubert Humphrey.
"In the ancient and hallowed hills near Jerusalem, the Jewish
National Fund is planting the Minnesota Freedom Forest, that will serve as
the people's tribute to the great State of Minnesota and to Hubert H.
Humphrey, to whom is accorded our deep appreciation for a lifetime of
dedication to the brotherhood of man, epitomized in his work for our great
country, the Jewish people, and mankind."
.So read the citation of the Jewish National Fund in 1960.
A lifetime of dedication to the brotherhood of man." A lifetime
longer than Israel's itself.
For in 1945, Hubert Humphrey ran for Mayor of Minneapolis,
pledging a battle against anti-Semitism.
He won the election. And he won the battle. .
And two terms later, he received the Metropolitan Council of B'nai
B'rith award "in grateful recognition of his invaluable contribution
to human welfare."
By 1950, he was a Senator, and co-sponsored a resolution heralding
the creation of the State of Israel as "a triumph not only for the Jewish
world, but also for all men who believe in human freedom, justice
and dignity."
And his support for Israel never weakened.
The next year he co-sponsored a bill to provide financial aid and
assistance to Israel.
In 1956, he stronglv attacked the sale of tanks to Saudi Arabia by the
Eisenhower-Nixon administration. He said, "If the U.S. is going to have
an ally in the Middle East, I suggest we have one with strength, namely
Israel. She is one of the best friends we ever had."
In 1960, he condemned that same Republican administration for not
standing by its pledge to support free transit through the Suez Canal
to Israel.
And so it's not a surprise that in this, Israel's twentieth year,
Hubert Humphrey said:
"America is not going to permit Israel to stand defenseless against
anyone who would destroy her."
"Until permanent peace is achieved and the arms race ended, I believe
continued U.S. military assistance, including jet planes to Israel, is
justified and desirable. I favor it. But the real answer lies in
agreed disarmament."
No, it's not a surprise. Not a new commitment. Not a campaign
promise to win votes.
It's just "a lifetime of dedication to the brotherhood oi man.
Citizens for Humphrey
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Members of B'nai B nth Hospitality Lodge No. 2690 plan-
ning committee meet to finalize plans for twin benefit
dinner-dance and shows at the Eden Roc and Carillon
hotels. Proceeds from the Oct. 20 event sponsored by hotel-
men are earmarked for improvement of facilities at Hillel
House on the University of Miami campus. Seated are Ben
Schindler, left. Eden Roc's manaqinq director, and Jerry
Sussman. executive director of the Carillon. Standinq are
(from left) Alfred Golden, state Hillel chairman; Jules Slan-
sky. qeneral manager of the Crown Hotel who is president
of B'nui B'rith Hospitality Lodqe. and Charles Kosoff. wlio
is president of the Miami Hillel Advisory Board.
Items Of Interest
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
The significance of Hubert Humphrey's decision to make Ins posi
tion on selling supersonic jets to the State of Israel his first major
policj difference with President Johnson must register strongly to give
the Vice President's lagging campaign a true adrenalin booster Al-
ways an ardent supporter of the Jewish state, Mr. Humphrey now has
equaled the strong stand of Richard M. Nixon in favor of sending
Phantom jets to Israel.
Indeed, the Cairo Radio found a strange allv in the New York
Times last week. The UAR station broadcast the "text of a Times edi
tonal lamenting Nixon's all out declaration for Israeli supremacy in
the Middle East arms race. Apparently history has not taught' the
Times that only when the Arabs think they have a military chance
do they take action likely to precipitate full-scale armed action But
Nixon has already erased the memory of the Eisenhower-Dulles Nixon
decision to make Israel give up its Sinai victory of 1956. And Hubert
Horatio Humphrey needs a victory among Jewish voters of the same
magnitude as thai won by Johnson in 1964 to offset his definite back
lash losses to both Nixon and George Wallace.
A careful stud> ol the primary races this spun.', shows that Hi,-
lat,- Sen. Robert Kennedy and Sen. Eugene McCarthy won m-ai l> DO
percent ol the vote in predominantly Jewish sections, whether the
MC .......Ij opposition was Humphrey, Johnson or a stand-in
And we need look only at the decisive edge given to McCarthy's slate
flyer bothathe Kelly and Smathers tickets in the Florida MilY uailliijst.
in areas ktiimn to be heavily Jewish in registration, to see ITiann OBC
County National, Dixie National Banks
Affiliate; Assets Total $35,000,000
Affiliation of the County Na-
tional Bank of North Miami Beach
i and the Dixie National Bank of
Dade County was announced this
week. The two banks, while con-
tinuing to operate as individual en-
tities, will also conduct full bank-
ing operations as affiliate-.
Principal stockholders of the
County National Bank at 791 NK
167th St., have acquired control of
the Dixie National Bank, located
at 13001 S. Dixie Hwy.
The combined resources of the
affiliated banks is $35,404,682.31
as of June 30. a figure achieved
in less than six year, ol banking
operations. County National has
s'.'fi.-:::I.968 67 of this total and
Dixie National $9,182,713.64.
Key officials of the County Na-
tional Hank will serve both organ-
izations, with Dr. Thomas F. Car-
ney chairman of both Boards of
Directors, and C. Edward Kettle
president of both banks.
Milton Mamber was promoted to
the positions of vice chairman of
the Boards of Directors and chair-
man of the Executive Committees,
while remaining as the banks' gen-
eral legal counsel.
A prrictic'ng attorney here since
1950. Mr. Mamber was one of the
original founders of the
National Bank
Robert Russell Accepts
CJA Leadership Post
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Aid TON MAMBER
An active member of Temple
Emanu-El, Mr. Mamber is a mem-
ber of the Zionist Organization of
County 'America and the American, Florida
and Miami Beach Bar Associations.
Continued trvm Page l-A
vision. During the 1967-68 cam-
paign he was vice chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
rael Emergency Fund Drive.
The new CJA chairman is presi-
dent of Russell Aluminum Corp.
and has twice served as president
of the Architectural Aluminum
Manufacturers Association, receiv-
ing the organization's "Outstand-
ing Member of the Year" Award in
1963.
He served as president of the
Aluminum Extruders Council in
1966 and 1917 and was vice cha:r-
nian ol the Extruded Products Di-
vision of the Aluminum Associa-
tion in 1967 and a member of the
association's President's Advisory
Council.
Voicing confidence that the Jews
jf Greater Miami will meet their
responsibilities, Mr. Russell said,
"Being a member of the Jewi-h
community calls for sacrifice and
dedication. It isn't always the eas-
iest thing in the world, but it may
be the most rewarding.''

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Humphrey has not prolited from Uis lifetime ol support to Israel.
This same pattern prevailed in South Florida some 12 years ago,
when the late Adlai Stevenson won Jewish areas by huge margins over
the late EsJes Kefauver in their showdown primary fight hero. All this
despite Kefauvcr's far firmer position vis-a-vis Israel than Gov. Steven-
son's, both bciorc and during the bitter pre convention campaigns of
1956.
Humphrey's main hope for victory in November lies in a sweep
of the New England states and New York, New Jersej and Pennsyl
Vania. He will need vigorous support from such leaders as Sen. Abra-
ham R.bicoff and Ambassador Arthur Goldberg to get that sweep. The
Israel decision just could be the catalyst so sorely needed.
SPLINTERS: Alex Stotzky signed up 27 new members for the
strong 1590 Men's Hub at Morton Towers, ably headed again by
Emanuel Mentz Allen I. Freehling, a former assistant to the
president of the University of Miami and onetime administrator at
Temple Emanu-El here, has been named associate rabbi of the Colling-
WOOd Avenue Temple in Toledo. Rabbi Freehling. who visited here la.t
month, i- chairman of the Toledo Federation's committee on urban
justice Surfside's dynamic Councilman Louis Hoberman presented
Montreal Mayor Jean Drapeau a key to the town oi Surfside during a ,
visit lo Man and His World," successor to "Expo '67" in the beautiful
Canadian metropolis Al Sherman and William Lader turned out a
professional house organ, Everglades, for Jack s. Popick's Mechanics
Uniform Service. The new multi-colored publication salutes Jack's
Israel activities Sam Luby, Jr. and Nat Potamkin previewed their
1989 i lievrolel line, which finds a 350 cubic inch engine replacing the
327 as ihe horsepower race continues Leo Mindlin's column in
Sundaj Herald about the Abe Fortas case sending many of us to our
historic- to recall the remarkably similar uproars when the late
Justices Brandeis and Frankfurter were nominated by Presidents Wil-
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Miami Letter Carriers Plan Annual Ball Oct. 19
The will annual Ball of the Let- The public is invited to tl 1
ter Carriers of Miami will ta*r |hc *ffa'r arul <*eta ma}
pi.ee h BayfrJ Park SCijVS. ^
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New offices cf the Southern Bell Telephone
Company opened recently to provide im-
proved service to subscribers.
Phone Changes Aim At Better Service
!'
Calling a friend this weekend.'
Better cheek your new directory,
lor he may have a new number.
About 9.900 subscribers received
new numbers a<- a result of two
new central dial offices construct-
ed by Southern Bell Telephone Co.
"In order to keep pace with
Miami's growth, it often becomes
necessary to rearrange telephone
facilities." explained Vice Presi-
dent Lawrence B. Sheffey. "In addi-
tion to relieving presently crowded
offices, the new offices will assure
good telephone service for future
subscribers."
One of the new offices is a $2.3
million facility at 2135 W. Flagler
St When the office was placed in
service Sunday, the phones of 6.500
subscribers were switched to it
without any interruption in their
service. Served by the new office ,
and receiving new numbers be-
ginning with "642"are 2,200 who
formerly had "44" numbers, 1,700
who had "63" numbers, and 2,600
who had numbers beginning with
"37." The new directory contains
the new number for each of those
atlected
The other new office is a SI.8
million facility at 1360 NE 127th
St. Receiving a new "891" number
were 3.400 subscribers who for-
I merlv were served by the "75"
dial office. Those affected by this
change are in the general area of
NE 10th Ave. east to Biscayne Bay
and between 125th and 135th Sts.
The new central offices are the
20th and 21st for Southern Bell in
Greater Miami, t'nder construc-
tion for more than a year, each
new office is designed to eventual-
ly serve between 14.000 and 17.0(H)
subscribers.
In addition to serving residential
subscribers, the Flagler Street com-
plex provides special switching
service for Pan American World
Airways. Miami is the fourth city
in the country to provide Pan Am
with the service, which gives the
company exclusive use of a num-
ber of lines for communication
with its offices in New York. Chi-
cago. San Francisco and Miami
More Arabs Now
In East Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (WNSl Since-
last year. 6.000 new identity cards
have been issued to Arabs in East
Jerusalem. Accounting for the in-
crease is the fact that many v ho
had not been counted after the Six-
Day War claimed they were iti
Jericho or other West Bank towns
waiting for conditions to "s-'itle
dow 11."

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invites you to attend
Special Community Memorial
Services
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1968
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
10:00 A.M
RABBI IRWIN CUTLER
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
10:30 A.M.
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
TEMULE ADATH YESHURUN
11:00 A.M.
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TAMID
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
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12:00 Noon
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
12:15 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
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1:00 P.M.
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Max M. Fisher Is Suez Canal
Named UIA Head Is Target
Of Pressure
Continued From Page 1-A
Elation and absorption programs.
The United Israel Appeal also fi-
nances programs in Israel in the
fields ol health services, social
Eshkol Confident
l.S. Will Sell
Phantom Jets
JKKUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister I.evi Eshkol said in an
interview with the newspape Ma-
ariv that be believes President
.lohnson will supply Israel with
Phantom jets. Mr. Eshkol said that
jf the President does not do so be-
fore the Presidential election he
will do so afterward. "President
.lohnson is a strong personality
who never breaks his promises."
Mr. Kshkol added.
welfare and education.
Fur throe years. 1965 through
; 19t>7. Mr. Fisher was simultaneous-
i ly general chairman of the United
I Jewish Appeal and the country's
major community chest, the non-
sectarian Detroit United Founda-
tion, serviing 200 institutions in
that city Currently the president
i >I tile United Jewish Appeal in ad-
dition to serving with the UIA and
the UJA. Mr. Fisher is also vice
president of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
chairman of the board of gover-
nors of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and a member of the hoard
of the Joint Distribution Commit
tee. The UIA and the JDC are the
i\> o contingent agencies of the
UJA. and since 1930 have derived
their main funds from U.IA's an-
nual nationwide campaign.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5728
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
k
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 29, 1968
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol landau
Rabbi Solomon Schifi Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson and Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd 1
Sunday, September 29,1968
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsfcyr
Rabbi Sol Landau
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
O ** #
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
Continued From Page 1-A
agreements and to expose Egyp-
tian responsibilitj for lack oi prog-
ress towards peace.
London Dailj Telegraph corre-
spondent Eric Downton said in a
dispatch from Cairo there was lit-
tle evidence in the Egyptian capi-
tal of the widely-reported "war-
fever.'" He said Cairo was as nor-
mal as it had been any time since
the June 19U7 war. adding that the
"official Egyptian attitude" was .
one of hope for a peaceful solution
through the Security Council reso-
lution oT Nov. 22. 1167. vvh'cll sent .
Swedish diplomat Gunnar Jailing
to the Middle East.
Two of [wael'j top military lead-
ers Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan and Chief of Staff Chaini
Bar-Lev agreed this week that a
new war with Egypt was not im-
minent. Speaking at a Labor Party
1 meeting. Gen. Dayan warned Egypt
not to "make the fatal mistake" of
trying to leap across the Suez Canal
and added that he did not think
they would try. but Israel would
remain alert. He said Israel must
be ready for a possible war and
that it would not halt preparations
for conflict "even if hostilities do
. not break out immediately." He
declared that if the United States
stands fast in support of Middle
East calm, "the Russians will not
intervene and risk a confrontation
with the United States."
Gen. Bar-Lev said in a radio in-
terview that Israel's rearmament
since the 1967 war was "satisfac-
tory" except in advanced design
aircratt. a reference apparently to
Israel's long-delayed request for
purchase of F-4 Phantom jet war-
planes from the United States. He
said such aircraft were needed for
their "deterrent image" and that
Israel had much itinre T>illfarv
power than before the 1967 war.
Jewish Folk Hour
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10:30 11 A.M.
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+Jewisti noririi^r
Page 13-A

Juan Carlos Hernandez,The AU-American Boy
Juan runs errands for his father's grocery
store on the Trail, and the 100-yard dash for
his high school track team.
Juan's family came to this country not too
many years ago with nothing but a rich Latin
heritage and hope.
And while Juan worked at his studies, his
father worked at his work. He became one of
the small businessmen who make Miami's econ-
omy move; a taxpayer who helps pay for roads,
schools, and playgrounds. He became a man
who planned for his family's future through
steady savings programs like the ones we offer
at Flagler Federal. 41/ar'c dividends earned on
passbook accounts. 5V& on savings certificates.
One of the reasons why Juan and his father
and so many of their friends have savings, pro-
grams with us is that we not only speak Span-
ish, we truly understand it.
You see, we know that Spanish-speaking
people have been helping to make this a great
state for centuries.
Remember Florida's first All American? A
fellow called Ponce de Leon.
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Friday, September 27
Learv
Continued From Pao^ 1-A
Leary also asserted, "Many of the
Jewish flower children have joined
the hippie movemenl out of re-
jection of the sham and hypocrisy
Of their parents' lives The
Jewish home hai lost most of its
original vitality and its spirituality
has been dulled.'' He suggested
that the parents oi modern Jewish
youth, having lived and struggled
through a severe economic depres-
sion, were over-concerned with ma-
terial advantages" The children.
'Explains' Jewish Hippies
Israel Raps
Resolution
Continued From Page 1-A
ami it< people, against Israel's
li^ht to full security from Egyp-
tian attacks under the ceasefire.
against the Israeli dead, wounded
and captured in wanton Egyptian
violations of the cease-fire.
"To stay Egyptian acts of ag-
gression and in an endeavor to
allay the tension engendered by
them." he cmp1 asized. Israel had
"had recourse to all available
United Nations machinery" in the
hope that the Council would "con-
demn the military attacks on Is-
rael, call on Egypt to prevent their
recurrence, ascertain the late of
the Israeli soldier abducted by the
Egyptians on Aug. 26 and return
him to Israel.
born after 19411, "are not interest
ed in joining the que-t for more
cars, more machines and more
material things."
Commenting on the interview,
Rabbi Borvirk agreed that young
Jewish men and women were ma-
turing within a civilization which
"is strongly influenced by the psy-
chedelic movement which promises
them instant happiness through
marijuana, and instant religion
through LSD, peyote and mesca-
line.
"Th-. challenge to Judaism," he
said, "is to convince young people
that it goes as it comes, and there
is no eternity, no substance in this
escapist philosophy.
"The Jewish community must
provide a setting in the home, the
school and the synagogue which
>viil be conducive to the achieve-
ment oi a true ami lasting Kedu-
dusha (holiness). This." he said, "is
Judaism's path to motivating Jews
io cope with -ocial ills and trans-
form this earthly society into a
hoi) society rather than to follow
Leary's advice to drop out of so-
ciets."
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Paqe 15-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
'Return O Israel'
Rabbi Mft
By RABBI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Temple Beth El, Hollywood
This Sabbath between Rosh Ha-
shanah and Yom Kippur is known
as Shabbat Shuvah"the Sabbath
of Return. Itde-
lives its name
from the pro-
phetic reading
in the syna-
gogue, taken
from the book
ofHosea. "Shu-
vah Yisrae!"
"Return O Is-
rael unto the
Lord thy God."
Although the
prophet ad-
dresses himself
to his own peo-
j?. how meaningful is his admoni-
kn to our whole society today,
live in a torn world, a world
tided and fragmented. There is
I growing chasm, not alone be-
een nations and peoples, but be-
leen the generations.
|The urgent need of our times is
reconciliation. Man feels cs-
inged and alienated from his
Ciety and from himself and is
;rcome with a sense of frustra-
kn .iiul despair. We have lost our
ly and have gone astray because
|our moral carelessness. We have
come depersonalized, deluiman-
|d. and desensitized.
The call of the prophet is for a
return, but not to the old ways of
injustice, oppression and inequality
the conditions which created our
tense and strife-ridden world.
Hosea calls for a return, a return
to God's way. "Return to the Lord
thy God." is his ringing admoni-
tion. And what is it that the Lord
requires of us? "To do .justly, love
: mercy, and walk humbly." Hosea
then is urging upon us to return to
a way of life that is characterized
by human dignity and the rever-
ence for life, where there is con-
science, compassion and concern.
If we are to find our way out of
the maze to which we have strayed
and become reunited with our
world and with ourselves, then we
must be prepared to follow anoth-
er path. The moral law which un-
derscores the uniqueness of man
and the sanctity of life, has pro-
vided that direction for mankind
that has made for human progress
and the ennoblement of society. It
i has been the path b> which men
have found meaning and purpose
i in the uphill climb.
"Return unto the Lord," pro-
claims Hosea. We can return and
emerge into the sunlight of prom-
ise and hope only if we are pre-
pared to abide by the guidance
charted in His law. by doing what
we must with all the integrity and
concern we possess in the rehabili-
tation of humanity and in the re-
conciliation of our own lives.
QUIZ BOX
Why is the holiday prayer book
referred to as a "Machxor?"
The use of this name for such
prayer books is of late origin es-
pecially as far as its usage by-
Jews is concerned. The Syrian
Church appears to have u>ed a
similar term to refer to its prayer
book (i.e., Chadar).
In the Talmudic literature we do
I not see this term employed for
this purpose, especially because
there evidently were no such things
! as prayerbooks during the Tal-
mudic period since it was original-
ly forbidden to write out the
j prayers.
; 'Machzor" is used to refer to a
! collection of Haftarot (prophetic
I readings) for the various Sabbaths
and holidays of the year.
Generally speaking, the word
' "Machzor" was used to refer to
; an astronomical cycle. Later on, it
! became a custom to refer to the
prayerbooks of either the daily
and .Sabbath ritual or the holidays
, by either the name Siddur or
Machzor. Eventually, much later
the name Machzor was reserved
for the holiday prayerbook while
the daily or Sabbath prayerbook.
In the Gaonic period the name
, Ihe name Siddur was reserved for
The reason lor the selection of
the name "Machzor" for the holi-
I day prayerbook is almost self-
evident. Since the term "Machzor"
was originally used to denote a
cycle of time, it became a fitting
term to use in denoting the holi-
day prayerbooks since the holidays
of the Jewish year, their appear-
ance and order, represent a cycle
of time.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayelech
Moses writes the sacred Torah.
And Moses wrote this Law, and delivered it unto the priests
. and unto all the elders of Israel" (Deut. 31:9).
VAYELECH"And Moses went and spoke these words unto
all Israel. And he said unto them: i am a hundred and twenty
years old this day; I can no more go out and come in; and the
Lord hath said unto me: Thou shalt not go over this Jordan ...'
And Moses called unto Joshua, and said to him in the sight of
all Israel: 'Be strong and of good courage; for thou shalt go with
this people into the land which the Lord hath sworn unto their
fathers to give them: and thou shalt cause them to inherit it .'
And Moses wrote this law, and delivered it unto the priests the
sons of Levi, that bore the ark of the covenant of the Lord, and
unto all the elders of Israel Now therefore write ye this
song for you, and teach thou it the children of Israel; put it in
their mouths, that this song may be a witness for Me against the
children of Israel" (Deuteronomy 31:1-19).
Thi* recounting of the Weekry Porrtcr, of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman.Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
[AVAT SHALOM CONCREGA
ION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
I SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
ITH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Ball Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
vyrr.
May. 8:30 p.m.
)M kippur: Tuesday, K"l Nldre.
10 and S:4.*i ji.m. Sermon: "To Dreun
Impossible Dream." Wednesday,
m. Sermon: "For the Smite of
wen." Children'* service, i p.m.
pmon: "Beinsj at One," ifabhi stein-
::.w p.m. Sermon: "The Chemical
biiii" .stiion." Yi/.kor aai'Vice.
iKeiicfious <^c
3
rvices
lETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson.
rulay. p.m. Saturduy. 9 a.m., The !
lorah Lesson. ti:40 p.m., MInoha.
fOM KIPPUR: Tnaaday, 7 p.m. Kol |
fidre. Sermon: "Modern .Man in j
larch of Min Soul. of Community." i
Wednesday, 9 a.m. Sermon: ".Modern ,
kau tn Seatvh of HIk Soul Phil-
psiihy." Children's service. 4 p.m.
feilah, 6:30 p.m.. Sermon: "Modern
an in Seareli of His Soul ... Of ,
mortality."
>ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
i>. 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
"Repentlns Inspires." Study
IhUiK, 9:16 p.m. Mineha. 6:41 p.m.
fOM kippur: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
p.m Sermon: "The Call of Kailh"
Wednesday. a.m. Vizkor serviee.
1:30 am. Sermon: "Joining Past to
Future "
Repent?"
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
6:30 p nv. Sermon: "I am Responsible."
Wednesday, s a.m. Visitor Memiroal
Service, 10:30 a^m. Sermon: "For ihe
Sins Whleh We Commit Against Our-
selves Forgive Cs!" Mineha. ".
p.m. .Neilali, 9:10 p m. Shofar, 7:2a p.m.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Friday, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m..
i::i0 p.m.
YOM kippur: Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Wi'dnesduy, 8 u_m. Yizkor services. \
10:30 a in.
IETH KODESH 1101 SW 12tn Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shaoiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
laiunl.iy, Sermon: 'Tf We Would Only
Listen'"
roM kippur: Tuesday, km Sldre,
it sunset Sermon: "The Tragic- l.lfeV
Vednnxday, s.rmon: "The Qolden
fear- Neilali servi.e. T, p.m., Ser-
gon: "A Noble Binding."
JTH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
[St Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aonl.
.Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
fida\. 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Repen-
e." Saturday, 9 a.m. Portion ol
Week
.. KIPPUR: Tuesday Kol Nldre, 7
LSermon: "Faith in Cod." Wednea-
B a m Yi-zkor services, 1 p.m.
Son: "Three Questions."
SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
Bth Street. Conservative. Rabbi
kraham M. Cassel.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE;, conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Saturday <:45 am Bar Mit/vah
Seolt. son of Mr. anil Mrs Itoy
Ahringer, and Harry De Castro
yom kippur: Tuesday, Kol Nldre
C::i0 p.m. Wednesday, k a.m.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
Friday, 8:16 p.m.. Sermon: "Pfaotlo-
al Bthlcs." Saturday, 9 a.m. Portion
of the Law.
yom kippur: Tuesday, Mmcha, 6:45
p.m. Kol Nldre, i p.m. Sermon: "All
or Nothing al All." Wednesday. X::in
am Torah rending 1< a.m. Sermon:
it All Depends on Me," 10:45 a.m.
Yizkor 111", a.m Mussaf. II :47. a.m.,
Mineha 4 p.m. Nellah B:15 p.m
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hisleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Prlday, 8:16 p.m. Saturday. 9 am.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre,
7 p.m. Sermon: "Tempted to Higher
Things." Wednesday. 9 a in Ser-
mon: -The Rook of Hem. -ml.ran. "
Yi/.kor services, n a.m Min.ha, 4
p.m Nellah. p.m.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviscr.
Friday, 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Return to
Jewish Values." Saturday, 10:48 a.m.
Has Mltsvah: Donna, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Joseph .Vevel.
YOM KIPPUR: Sermon Ic theme
"There is No Alternative to Faith."
Tuesday, early servi.e. K:.':n p.m. Ijtte
serviee. S:4f> p.m., sermon: "In the
Faee ol Violence." Wednesday, 9:16
a.m. Sermon: "In Ihe Face of" War."
4 p.m., "in the Face of Ufe."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
Friday, 7 p.m. Saturday. : a in
YOM KIPPUR. Tuesday. 6:15 p.m.
Wednesday, a.m. Yi/.kor, noon.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
' Ben-Hillel.
.Saturday Afternoon sermon: "The
i Phenomen of Repentance.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre.
I Sermon: "Sinners of i iur Daj Can
1 We Admit The To Our Congregation?"
I We Admit riie-n To (iur Congrega-
1 lion?" Wednesday, Yizkor. Sermon:
"To Remember Whom" i ir Do Vou
i Want to He Remembered?" Nellah ser-
; vice and sermon: "The Heavenly
I Cat.s-Who are the Is. 1} holders to
Them?"
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Milton Schlinsky, Cantor Tibor
Mosea.
>' :15 p.m., Saturday. 8:46 am
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
,7 nin. Sermon; "Mow to Al..... and
sum be Happy. "Wednesday, H a.m.,
Sermon: "Who Will Remember und
What will they Remember?"
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th1
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
YOM KIPPUR: Auxiliary services at
| Wonieteo's IBSrd St. Theatre. Tues-
day, Kol Nldre, 7 p.m. Sermon. 7 '"
p.m, Maarlv, H p.m, Wednesday, 7:45
a.m.. 9:30 a in. (Aux.) Torah reading,
'" a.m. 11:4*. a in i.Vux i. Sermon,
10:4.". a.m. 13:30 p.m. iAiiv i; Yizkor
service, 11:16 a.m., i p.m. (Aux.):,
.Mussaf, 13 noon, 1:16 p.m. (Aux i:
Mineha. 4:4", p.m. 6:18 p.m. lAux. i:
Nellah, ti p.m. M.-.10 p.m. (.Aux i: Sho-
far. 7:4" p.m. Maariv. 7:1" p.m. 7:4,".
p. m. (Aux,)
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Oavid Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday, 8:16 p.m. Saturday. S:4.'. a.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday. 8:30 a.m. Yizkor. 1":4".
a.m.
] Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Friday. 8:15 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tu. -day. 8 p.m. S. -
m. hi. Wednesday, 10 a.m.. sermon
; Children's servi.e, ;.:!( p.m. Memorial
Servlci s. 8:30 p.m.
i ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 4* Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
Friday, 5:46 p.m, Saturday, vi;, a.m.
s. rmon: "Return-to What ?"
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre,
I 6:30 |i m. Sermon: "The .Mirror ..f
! Life Reflects." Wedliewlay, v a in .
I Sermon:" The Shaddu thai Pasaes."
: Ylikor serviee, i p.m
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL 'TEMPLEI 64? E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shel-
don Edwards. Cantor Theodore
Mindich.
EMANU-EL '801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reforni. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDAl.E JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
------e-----
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Sarue! Jaffe.
Prlday, 8:18 p.m. Sermon: Reconclla*
Hon."
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, 8:16 p.m.
Sermon: "The .M.vstique of Survival '
Wednesday, l a in Sermon: "it.-
discovering Durselves." 4 p.m. Sei -
nion: "Where Memory Endures."
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler,
Kriday. ; p.m. Saturday, '> a.m.
yom KIPPI'R: Tuesday, Kol Nldre.
7 p in Wednesday, 9 a.m. Yizkor.
11 a.m. Junior Congregation service,
Mam Sanctuary, p.m., 3:30 p.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Prlday, 8:15 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesdaj
s.-rmon: "The Problem
Judaism and Mankind."
Yizkor. '. ::tc .. m. .-.rnion:
Raaponsibllit] '
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1725
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre, 7
p. m. Sermon. 7 :.'!'> p.m. Wednesday,
9 a.m.. Sermon 11:30 a.m. Yizkor ser-
vice, IS noon, Sermon in Yiddish R::ti
pin V. ilnh, 6:30 p.m. Junior serviee
at 12 noon in Mo'nrne Street s.-ho-i
building.
Saturday, 9 a.m,
.. :> p.m
.( KtvII in
Wednesday
"Individual
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
MIAMI BEACH
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
r'li.i.i.v, 7 p m Saturday, v:iii a.m.
Sermon: "The Jewish SeiiM'-Common
and rncommon" I p.m.. Sermon:
"'tile Return of Israel" 4 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, 6:30 pm
Kol Nldre Sermon: "I Feel a Pain."
Wednesday, 8 a.m. Yizkor serviee.
Sermon: -| Taste Ufe." Nellah servi.e
Sermon: "i s.-nsi' Salvation."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabhi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
SINAI (TEMPLEI. OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley.
Cantor Maurice A. Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Washington feder-
al Auditorium, 699 SB K7 St., North,
Miami Beach. Sermon: "Mr Justice I
r"ortas and Dirty Movies" Saturday
II a.m. Has Mltsvah: Hilary, daught-
er of Mr. an.I Mrs, N'ormnll Ciilltz
YOM KIPPUR: Al North Miami
Reach Auditorium, I7il NR 19th I
Ave. Tuesday. K..I Nldre 7 :!" p.m. ;
Wednesday I : :ti a ir. Children's ser-
vice !' a in. Yizkor and Neilali :i p in.
SINAI iTEMPIE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
Prlday, vi"> p.m.
yom KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
7 pin Wednesday, 7 a.m. Visitor,
10:30 a in. Nellah, ." p.m.
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLF,.
Way. Conservativf
Cutler.
J500 SW
Rabbi
09th
Irwin
POMPANC BEACH
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE I
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Gaplan,
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, 8:40 pin.
Sermon: "To M> ttwn Self I Must
lie True." Wednesday, K a in. Vixkor,
11:30 a.m., Sermon: What is Death
and What is late
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave Consrrvative. Rabbi Morris
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
r*l day, yia p.m. Sermon: "The Sah-
l.ath ..f Return." Saturday. '.' a.in
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre.
7 p in. Sermon, Wednesday, 8:30 a.m .
Torah reading, 11 a.m. Sermon: t-
ihioii. Vixkor 1 p.m. Neilali. *< p in.
Shofnr, 'i::i0 p.m.
SURFSIDE
AEL (TEMHLt). OF GREATER
| AM I 137 NE 19th St. Reform
4ibi Joseph R. Narot.
y, 8:15 p.m. H-rmon: "A Ro-
to a Friend In Vietnam." Hal.In
fcn B. Jaeohs.
KIPPUR: Tuesday. S p.m. Miami
h Convention Hall, Sermon:
kriran Jewry Faees the internal
h Challenge," Wednesday, 10
[sermon: "The Young Jew-Bless-
Curse," lUbbl .Taeobs. children a
pi, 2 p.m. Afternoon memorial
posing servi.-es, 2 p.m.
ELITE CENTER. 9175 SW 25th
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
lln. Cantor Nathan Parnsss.
, 6:30 p.m. Saturday. 6:*8 a.m.
_i: "Who Needs to Repent?
KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre.
\.m. Sermon "Who Needs to
Indieughting time
5 TISHRI 7:00
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Saturday, 8:30 a.m Sermon: "Can
i.ifei.ss' Cermonial In Servlcea Be
Called Prayers?" Sermo.i: "Is Con-
fession of sin Sufficient?" 6:18 p.m.
Mineha. 7:15 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, kol Nldre
7 p m Sermon: "Atonement The
Crown of All the Days of the Year."
Wednesday, a.m. Ylskor memorial
services, 11:41 am. s.-rmon: "Com-
munion Between the Departed and
the Living." Nellah, ti:30 p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wetn.
Saturday, t am. Sermon: 6:80 p.m.
Mineha 6:46 P.m. Maariv .:.n p.m
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Mineha. 8:30
p.m.. Kol Nldre, ::' p.m. Sermon:
-Holiness is not a Season Maarlv
T:0 p.m. Wednesday, 8:15 am Ser-
mon: "The Sanctity of Memory. Yls-
kor, 6:30 pm N. ilah, 8:30 p.m. Maarlv,
7:4.1 p.m.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday. 7 p.m. Batuioay. P"1
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, < p.m., Her-
Imon: "Mistakes l Have Made wed-
| nes.lay. i am., sen......i Instant
Atonement."
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPLEI. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Pridav. 6:41 p.m. Saturday. S:4F. am
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Kol Nldre,
ti:4.r. p.m. Sermon: "Here Comes the
Judge." Wednesday. 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Opening; New Doors of Con-
solation." I 1 a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171t St. Orthodox
, Rebbi Nnftali Porush.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
6:46 Wednesday, h a.m. Sermon:
"Strike While the Ivii. my Sleeps."
CORAL GABLES
; JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Grands Blvd
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center, 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaao
D. Vine.
Friday, 8:48 p.m, Saturday, 0 a.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, 6:80 p.m.
Wednesday, >>:30 a.m. Yizkor ser-
viee, II a.m.
:<.':-,iesiMUaafr .. i...... mxnm 'i'1' ">"" 4
/Kaboinical television f~^r
roqrarns
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
Orthodox. Rab"-. Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturday. \::I0 am. Sermon: "Re-
pent and Return." Class 5 p.m. Min. ha.
7. p.m.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday. Mineha 2
pin K..I Nldre, 6:48 p.m. Sermon:
"The Sour.-.- of i.ife." Wednesday,
x a.m Torah reading. 10:3" a m. Vix-
kor s.rvi.e. 11:16 a in sermon: "The
Meaning of Memorial"; Mussaf 12:15
p in Minolta. 4 p.m. Nellah. 0:45 n.m.
sermon: "A final change" shofar
ami Maariv. 7:47. p.m.
V
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave Rabbi Sadi Nahmias
Saturday 8:10 a.m. Midnight, second
sii.-hot service.
YOM KIPPUR: Tuesday, Kol Nldre,
6:30 p m. Sermon: "The lioul for Hap
piness." Wednesday. S a.m. Yizkor 12
noon. Sermon: "A Passing Shadow."
Sept. 29(h. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood.
Sept. 29 Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Temple Beth El.
Topic: Religion in Israel.
Guests: .Rabbi Tibor Stern, .lacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, Miami Beach; Dr. Zarach
Warhaftig, Minister of Religions of the State
of Israel.
Oct. 1Ch. 2 10 to 11 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: Facts of Faith.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rev. Rene Gracida, Rev. Hankins F.
Parker, Rev. Daniel Horn; no rabbinic partici-
pation due to Yom Kippur.

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eJewish Floridian
Ft Lauderdale Emanu-El
Slates Cornerstone Rites
Miami, Florida. September 27, 1968
Section B
Ambassador To Canada To Speak
At Capital For Israel Dinner Fete
Allfi af I. r-liil'. l..-iilip.( .l.^.t____ 1
One of Israel's leading diplomats.
| \rieh Eshel, who is Ambassador
to Canada, will be a special guest
-pcaker at the annual dinner meet-
[ ,ng of Capital for Israel, Aaron
Kahan. executive director of the
Israel Bond Organization, has an-
nounced. The meeting will begin
i &t 7 p.m. Sunday in the Fontaine
[Room of the Kontainebleau Hotel
Invited to attend are sharehold-
ers in Capital for Israel as well as
| the Greater Miami Honorees of If
I raelpurchasers of a minimum of
I SI,000 in Israel bonds during the
past year. The Honorees of Israel
I Insignia for 1968-1969 will be if
I sued at the dinner.
Highlights of the dinner meeting
['a ill include:
A special report by Ambassa
Idor Eshel, currently at the United
Rations, on the present border cri-
|tis in Israel;
A status report on the current
Industrial Development Bank Se-
T-ies I). 71-.'; shares, which are be-
ing offered in the United States
by Capital for Israel at the behest
of the Israel government;
A report on private invest-
ments in Israel.
A reception for Ambassador
Eshel on his first official visit to i
liami will be held at 6:30 p.m. in j
tie Gigi Room, prior to the dinner.
Before assuming his present post,
loans to major industrial enter
Ambassador Eshel was Deputy
i Director-General of Israel's Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs. He has
.served as Ambassador to Brazil
and previous to that he was Consul-
Genera] in New York. Earlier, he
served as Deputy Permanent Rep
reaentative to the United Nations
and prior to that was Ambassador
i<> Uruguay.
During the period from 1955 to
1957. Mr. Eshel was Director 0!
tne East European Division t the
;.'';-" Ministry in Jerusalem
"' ve years before that, be had
served .1. Consul General of Israel
'". v,enn- Austria. Immediately
P"0' '" his present post, he was
'ftor of the Latin American
Mvision of the Foreign Ministry
AMBASSADOR ARICH [SHU
Capital for Israel. Inc.. is a new
nstrumentality that was created
recently for the purpose of mobi- prises closely linked to the devel-
!nfln81ra,d?iti.0nal, re80Urce8 for ,h<> opment program of the
industrial development of Israel. ,, of J^,*,
go\ ern-
At the invitation of the govern-
ment of Israel, a number of indi-
viduals prominent in the leader-
ship of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion organized Capital for Israel,
which has undertaken 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 chan-
neling funds throuph Ions-term
Cornerstone laying ceremonies
\ will be held at noon on Sunday at
the site of the new complex to be
erected by Temple Emanu-El in
Fort Lauderdale at 3245 West Oak-
: land Park Blvd.. it was announced
by Rabbi Richard Leviton.
Temple Emanu-El recently sold
its present facilities and plans call
for completion of the complex now
under construction by the end of
December.
The new Tempi* will include a
13-classroom reli^ous school, new
administrative offices, and an au-
ditorium with a capacity of 850
persons. A sanctuary will eventual-
ly be linked with the auditorium.
The start of construction follows
a successful $400,000 building fund
campaign conducted a little ovi r a
year a 50. Smith, Korach and As
ctates ,u-e the architects enga d
by the Temple and Snead Con-
struction is handling the building
The Temple now has a member
shin m excess of 325 bul antici-
pates rapid growth due to popula-
tion increases and Ihe new and
expanded religious facilities.
Participating in the cornerstone
ceremony will be representatives
of the Catholic and Protestant cler-
gies, local state and national fig-
ures. A feature of the event will he
nr *
RABBI RICHARD UVITON
Ihe placing of special doc
into a metal box whit "t will then
e seale I in the cornerstoi
Rabbi Robert Frazin, Res
Director o| the Union of Amei
Hebrew Congregations will deliver
Ihe main addn -
Dr. Robert I chin is president of
the Temple. Louis Sterling and
Stanley Sterling are in charge of
arrangements
'Dinner-Less9 Dinner Set
By Bureau Of Education
This year's annual benefit event
lor the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will be a "Dinner-less Dinner."
Recording to an announcement
lade this week by Leonard Zilbert.
khairman. He said the decision to
pnit this year's dinner was made
order that the entire S25 per
Brsoo income will be available to
he Bureau for the expansion of
ts central Hebrew High School
nd College of Jewish Studies, sav-
:
New Israeli Settlements
I JERUSALEM (JTA)-Seventeen
Bew settlements kibbutzim, mo-
Jha vim and Nahal outposts were
Stablished during the past year,
he Jewish Agency has announced
venty more are planned for the
eu year.
ing the hotel and catering costs
which take the lion's share ot tne
proceeds of a benefit dinner.
Mr. Zilbert said the idea of is-
suing the "invitations" which have
been sent out to patrons asking
'hem to subscribe to the cost of
the dinner without attending any
event was suggested to him by
many patrons. He noted that the
"Dinner-less Dinner" will be sup-
plemented by a social event later
in the year at which time the
officers of the Bureau will be for-
mally installed.
Bureau officers are Albert E.
Ossip. president: Mr. Zilbert. Men-
dell M. Selig. Melvyn B. Frumkes
and Leon J. Ell. vice presidents:
Jack Katzman, secretary and Os-
car Mamber, treasurer.
A single Israeli stamp set
cost $1.00 a few years a.
Today it's worth 81,250.
A set of 3 new Israeli postal stamps could be bought for one
Wollar about 12 years ago.
rTry and find one today. If you do, the price tag is $1,250 and
ps probably a good buy. (Even a used set costs $250.)
pM young State of Israel so far has printed only about 450 stamp
Tissues. Today we'll sell you a nacket of 25 different stamps for
|$2 00 a 75-stamp one for $2.50 a 100-stamp packet for just
00. We offer larger selections too. And remember, the larger
s^seletct'on you buy, the greater number of the rarer stamps
u'll get. We'll be gla-" to quote you on these,
ant "minit" stamps? We have them. Ask for our price
ou probably know that postal stamp prices are due for a sharp
nip in September. However, every order we receive prior to
ptember 15th will be honored at today's prices,
nd your check for a sanvilo order, vvh'ch also will bring you our
mp)tn nricfl list As a philatelist or as a forcsighter investor.
ou will be interested.
SHALOM STAMP CO.
Bruce Richman, Pres.
18452 N.E. 2nd Ave.
N. Miami Beach, Fla.
with best wishes,
for a
Neus Year of
Peace,
Health.
and
Happiness
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Silbernian Is Named
Cedars Ball Chairman
During his recent visit here, Dr. Zorach Warhartig, Israel's
Minister for Religious Aficlrs, took part in ceremonies mark-
ing the enrollment of Mark Miller, the 613th student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. The number has al-
ways traditionally been significant in that it represents the
number of commandments in the Torah. Rabbi Alexander
Gross, principal looks on.
Urge Payment Of 1968 Pledges
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration this week issued an urgent
plea calling for the redemption of
all pledges to the 1968 campaign
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
and the Israel Emergency Fund.
Mendell M. Selig and Leo Eisen
stein, cochairman of the Cash Com-
mittee, warned that unless these
pledges are redeemed, the ""needs
of local agencies and the unparal-
leled needs overseas cannot be
met."
Those who have not yet sent in
pledged contributions were asked
to remember the less fortunate
and redeem their pledges during
the current High Holy Day period.
tro iifustein
Mtm4ell Stlig
Annual Ball Set
Temple Judea's annual Anniver-
sary Ball will be held Saturday.
Oct. 5. beginning at 6 p.m.. co-
chairmen Albert Jacobson and
Frank Seiden announced this week
This first social event of the sea-
son commemorates the beginning
of the third year that Temple Ju-
dea has been in its present loca-
tion at South Dixie Hwy. and Gra-
nada Blvd.. Coral Gables.
*5---------------*
l\EIi]En]BER 1)001 GOOD
BI^D USED TO Tp>FE?
August
Bros.
stall does!
- i maybe even
Always tresh 23 \ anehes ol
L-jked bread and rolls
I
- r-eads.
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popct seeds hji .-..: tti '.e .
sjtpacked
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Elaborate plans for a week-long
observance ol the Seventh Anni-
versary of Cedars ol Lebanon Hos-
pital are now under way. it was
announce.I this week by Harry L
Lewis, president.
Saul Silbernian. president oi the
Tropical Park Race Track, has
been named chairman of the Ann;-
vei-an Ball and Dinner Dance on
Nov. 16 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr Silbernian. a national!*
prominent sportsman and philan
thropist. was designated by Cedars
officials as "Standard Bearer o!
Philanthropy.' the highest honoi
lo be bestowed on a local citizen
assisting in construction and ex
pansion ol the hospital.
Mr and Mrs Silbernian have
endowed the "Saul and Lillian Sil-
bernian Pavilion on the fifth floor
of the hospital. He has served a-
a trustee since the inception of
Cedar*, and has personally led a
number of local fund-campaigns
Gerstein To Speak
At Beth Sholom
State Attorney Richard E Ger-
stein will be th, _,i. ker at
the first Temple Beth Sholom
Brotherhood breakfast ''< New
Year at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the
Temple Auditorium. 4144 i
Ave Miami Beach, according to
an announcement bj James S
Knopke. Brothi i lent.
Aaron Farr. Br> it I pro-
gram chairman >aid h.it Mr Ger-
stein will speak on V.: Si
Are You On?"
The Breakfast meeting is open
to Brotherhood members and the
general public The Brotherhood
of Temple Beth Shoiom supports
the Youth Activities program of
the Congregation of which Dr
Leon Kroni.-h is spiritual leader
cMeatless
yet so
'Kjreftige
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
to complete the three upper floors.
A bronze bas-relief plaque of Mr.
Silberman is mounted in the main
hallway on the first floor, in recog-
nition of his distinguished services
in behalf of Cedars and other hu-
manitarian causes
The tradiiional anniversary gala
will he held in the Grand Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel, with
-ome 700 to 1.000 on hand to enjoy
the banquet and special entertain-
ment Last year Alan King was
flown in to headline the program.
In previous years, such artists as
Victor Borgc and Ford and Hines
were the Stars
| speeches." promised Mr Siibt
"This will be a true celebration man. mapping the program. Won
and fun evening, with the accent' ing committees will be annoum
on relaxation, and a minimum of %oon. he said
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Friday. September 27. 1568
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Paae 3-B
Jerome Cohen Is
Named To Faculty
Of Barry College
"'Jerome Cohen ha- been appoint-
ed Assistant Professor in the Soci-
ology Depart-
ment of Barry
College for the
coming year
received h i s
Master of Arts
ilc-roe at the
University of
Chicago where
he also did
post graduate
doctoral work
He has taugh]
on the Secon-
at Wright Junior
Institute of Tech-
and Miami-Dade Junior
He was chairman and pro
Prof. Cohen
j|ar> School lev*
Kill -i Illinois
i0l"-!>
Colic
lessor at the Central YMCA Com
jdiimi<\ College.
Bank Of Dade
County Votes
Name Change
Bank of Dade County stockhold-
er* have voted to change its name
to Pan American Bank of Dade
Bounty to emphasize its affiliation
,$ith Pan American Bank of Miami.
\ The Florida State Comptroller's
Bee has already approved the
me change. Board Chairman Jo-
iph Weintraub said, and it goes
to effect immediately. However,
leeks and other documents bear-
the name Bank of Dade County
11 continue to be honored until
ent supplies are exhausted.
Recently. Pan American Bank
Miami and the Bank of Dade
iunty published a combined state-
lent of condition listing total re-
mrces at $108,740,945.66 as of ,
me 30. 1968
\
Louis Bernstein has been named
ihe district suDervisor of the
new r-if'ce of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service in North
Miami Bear'-. The new facility,
at 1110 NE 163rd St. will open
in Sept. 30 o serve the North
*>id area.
THIS NATION
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IS. Congressman Dante Kascell
will be suest speaker at a special
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ple Zamora at 10 a.m. Sunday.
The Men's Club will present a
eilation to Congressman Kascell
for his special efforts on behalf of
all ethnic groups, club president
Herman Douglas has announced.
The meeting is open to the public.
Samuel Leidesdorf
Succumbs At 86
NEW YORK (.ITAi Private
funeral services were held this
week for Samuel D. Leidesdorf,
vho died a) the age of 86. He v.ij
senior partner of s. D. Leidesdori
and Co., one of the nation's largest
accounting firms, a civic leader
dnd philanthropist.
A former president of the Feder-
ation of Jewish Philanthropies of
New York and treasurer of the
United Jcwi-h Appeal oi Greater l
New York tor 30 years. Mr I.eides-
dorl was a director of the Joint
Distribution Committee and held a
number ol other Jewish posts.
Kahhi Eichhorn is
Named To Pulpit
In Cocoa Beach
Dr. David Max Eichhorn of New
York City is serving as rabbi of
Temple Israel in Cocoa Beach dur-
ing the current High Holy Days
and will return to Cocoa Beach to
serve as its rabbi from Dec. 1. 1968.
until Passover in 1969.
Well known as a writer and a
lecturer. Dr. Eichhorn will retire
from the National Jewish Welfare
Board on Nov. 15. alter having
served for 23 years as Director of
Field Operations of JWB's Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy. He
intends to divide his time between
New York City and Florida and to
devote himself to the field of writ-
ing.
Benjamin Appel right, treasurer of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami for the past 25 years wcis honored
by his family and friends who planted a qreve of trees in
his honor in Me Ami, Israel. The presentation of a plaque
was made by Rabbi Irving Lebrman. chi'rman of the Jewish
National Fund Foundation of Greater Miami.
U.S. Flaii Gift To Both Moshe
A United States flag will be pre
sented to Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion of North Miami at Sabbath
evening services Friday by Michael
M. Schechter. Commander. De-
partment of Florida. Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A.
The flag which has flown over
the Capitol in Washington will be
accepted by Lee Borofsky. syna-
gogue president, on behalf of Beth
Moshe.
"For God and country'' will be
Rabbi David Rosenfeld's sermon
topic for the service. Cantor Ben
/.ion Kirschenbaum will chant the
traditional Sabbath prayers
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NEW YEAR FILLED WITH
JOY AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be
filled with many shining moments,
including the warmth of new friendships
and the joy of old ties with those
you love and surmounting them all,
the happiness of dreams come true.
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Woman of Valor Award
For Mrs. Fred Jonas
Mrs. Fred Jonas. long active in
behalf of Israel and civic philan-
thropic causes, has been selected
to receive the Woman of Valor
Award, the highest recognition
which can be conierred upon a
woman by the National Israel Bond
Organization, according to an an-
nouncement made jointly by James
M.Albert, chairman oi the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
and Mrs. Philip Thau, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah.
The award will be presented
1o Mrs. Jonas at the Hadassah
Bond-with-lsrael 20th Anniversary
Luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 9, at
the Fontainbleau Hotel. The noon
luncheon in the Grand Ballroom
will be preceded by a champagne
reception at 11 a.m. in the West
Ballroom. Mrs. Max Weitz, one of
the pioneers of Miami Beach Ha-
dassah and a national leader of
Israel Bonds, will be luncheon
chairman.
In preparation for
event, members of the
Hosts met recently at a
complete plans for the
Members of the Corps
will assist in making up
the luncheon and in
guests at the reception
luncheon.
A leader of Hadassah for many
years, Mrs. Jonas was the organiz-
er of the Steven S. Wise Group of
the gala
Corps of
coffee to
luncheon
of Hosts
tables for
receiving
and the
; Had3*ea;, i. ^fca.-s aco. In 1954 she
reorganized ttt %nju.'l'a *zold
j Group alra in 1357 ?he organized
I the Brandcis Group. In 1965 sr.e
organized the E.idie Cautor Group,
which she if currently serving as
president.
She served as president of the
j Miami Beach Chafer of Hadassah
i in 1962 and aha served as the chair-
! -nn of tlie first annual Hadassah
j luncheon on behalf of Israel Bonds.
In announcing Mrs. Jonas" selec-
I tion for the Woman of Valor
I Award. Mr. Albert noled that the
success of the Hadassah luncheon
on behalf of Israel Bonds served
as a pattern for o'her organizations
ihroughout the United States and
was instrumental in helping to
raise hundreds of thousands of Is-
rael Bond dollars to strengthen
Israel's economy.
Mrs. Jonas has been active in
many community endeavors, hav-
ing served as chairman of the
Women's Divisidn of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, vice president of
the Women's Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, treasurer
of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt
ainai Hospital. She was president
of the Sisterhood of Temple Me-
norah and organized the Temple
Menorah Friendship Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas are the par-
ents of two sons, Royal Flag"
Jonas, an attorney, and Dr. Stan-
ley Jonas, a physician, both of ;
whom live in Miami Beach.
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New Members Are
Guests At Art Show
A membership drive will be
launched Oct. 19 by the Auxiliary !
of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. I
New members and their husbands
will be guests at the first social of
the season, an art show and cham-
pagne reception that evening at
the Four Ambassadors, it was an-
nounced bv Mrs. Ted Letterman,
president.
Paintings, sculpture, ceramics,
and photography by Cedars mem- i
bers and their lamilies will be dis-
played, and sold with all proceeds
^oing to the hospital.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. lo-
cated in the Civic Center, at 1321 |
NW Utfa St.. will celebrate its I
seventh anniversary this year. The !
Auxiliary operates a Gift Shop and
raises funds for the hospital.
"A Personal Profile of an Amer-
ican Sabra" was to have been the
subject of special guest, Mrs. Jav
Dermer. wife of Miami Beach's
mayor and a Sabra (Israeli-born),
at a meeting of Point East Chap
ter. American Jewish Congress, at
1 p.m. Thursday in the Arts and
Crafts Room of Point East Club-
house.
Mrs. William Longmeyer, chair-
man of the day. was also scheduled
to give a report on AJC actvities
on the international scene.
Celia Pierson Bernstein, former-
ly associated with the Maurice
Schwartz Yiddish Art Theatre, was
to have starred in a musical pro-
gram at the initial luncheon meet-
ing of the Louise Wise Chapter
AJC, at the Algiers Hotel at noon
Slate Yom Kippur Dance
A Yom Kippur social and dance
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1968


y^fbout f^eople and p laces
"WE ARE THE DAUGHTERS
OF LeROY COLLINS!"
They were simply adorable in white knits
with red. white and blue turtle neck collars
Darby Collins on one end. Mrs. Palmer Proctor
on the other. In the middle was Jane (Mrs. John)
Aurell. Strumming on ukelclc. Among the cam-
paign songs they sang was a cute one plugpn-
Judge Irving Cypen for president. The reception
for former Gov. LeRoy Collins and his wife. Mary
Call Collins, was given by Irving and Hazel Cypen
I can't tell a lieit was as hot as it could be
and there were plenty of wringing wet shirt and
sopping handkerchiefs in the crowd. But the en-
ihusiasm and the food was great. Everyone was
talking to friends they hadn't seen for ages.
Among them were Mr. and Mrs Harry Steinberg.
Mr. and Mrs Bob Schwartz, Mr and Mrs. Louis
Faulk. Mr. and Mrs Randy Palansky. Mr and
Mrs. Henry Gewitz. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gold-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Salmon and their son.
Michael.
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Kohn were talking
about their coming trip to Washington for the
holiday; Mel and Janet Richard were talking
about the delightful trip from which they had
just returned, half of it with son Barry and his
wiie. Margaret. Man Alper remarked that at the
present moment her husband Dave was en route
from Moscow to Ta-hkent 'somewhere in Russia).
Judge Milton Friedman was there, solo, as was
Anna Brenner Meyers. E. Albert Pallot and his
Honey. Dr. and Mrs Harold Rand and the David
Catsmans all came in at the same time. Bea Ross
was busy at the table with the papers, Larry Sil-
verman was trying to find his wife. Sharishe's
so thin he didn't sec her behind the post. Then
there were North Bav Village Mayor Harvey
Ruvin and his fiancee. Rosalind Frank, who
looked cunning in a full skirted white lace mini.
the two Misses Goodman from the Morton Tow
era, Patsy Abbot. Jerri Pollak. Mr. and Mrs.
Hendrik J. Berns. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and
Dr. Alfred Augustine.
Mrs. l.ill Blasberg and Mrs Florence (Clipper-
man were both in white, as was Aaron Farr's
Myra. Although it appeared there were thousands
of people present, there really was supposed to
he only about three hundredplus all the young
Cypens, of course, dashing about helping their
folks greet the euests and seeing to it that a ,'ood
lime was had by all.
MY KIND OF TOWN, CHICAGO IS
Any excuse is better than none. Their daugh-
ter Meta and her husband. Ronald Bcruer were
having a party. The invitation read. "To a summer
party ..." So Esther and Sidney Schwartz flew
up to Chicago for a long week-end They four.d
that's just what it wasa sit-down dinner with
wine, small tables under a tent, chunky candle-
with fresh flowers and freshnot frozen-;,,
iiier vegetables
Esther's brother, Sonny Pohn. and his wife
Joan wire tliere. telling about their first grand
child that turned out t'> be twins The boys were
boin to Gale and Betty Pohn. who live in Wash
nigton D.C. Mela was a hostess at the Humpl
headquarters during the convention. Her parents
were barely home when they had a phone call
(rom her telling them not to worry, she'd
got a whiff of the tear gas!
Dr. !I> Lieber and his Juliet have been t.,;k
ing to their children in Chicago Dr. Euceru
Gendlin and his wife. Fran, had a dinner pam
for uncommitted delegates ior Sen Euuene Mi
Carthy, at which Theo Bikel was to speak. The
previous day when Mr. Bikel was at Miami Beach
Auditorium, one if Fran's high school classmai -
Betn Weiner. gave him a note to take to her
He delivered it Guess the delegates are still un-
committed, though Fran had lunch with Sen
McCarthy and Donna Reed and some other an
supporters but niiss,.<| the tear e,as bit.
Frances Lehman
Helen Tobak Heads
Sinai Sisterhood
Mrs Helen Tobak is the new
president of Sisterhood ot Temple
s. ii of North Dade.
A former membership chairman
of B'nai B'rith. she ha- served as
president ot the United Order of
True Sisters, the oldest American
Jewish women's organization in
the United States,
Name Change Of
Hank Approved
Morris N Broad, chairman of
the Board and president of the
First National Bank of Bay Harbor
Kan.Is. announces that official ap-
proval has been obtained from the
Comptroller of the Currency in
Wash igton D C for the use ot
the hank'- new name, effective
Sepl 13 lhe hank, formerly known
a- the Peoples National Bank of
Baj Harbor Islands, is located at
B500 Bay Harbor Terrace Baj liar
tlds.
The bank | in Octo-
ber 1964, and operated as an affili
: I le Peoi :. National Bank
ip until .Urn.' 21. 1<*S8. when
Morris N Broad, who was pi
the hank, successfully com-
pleted a tendi ;>, the con-
ith the approval
o; Leonard I na, whom he sue-
ei i led as eh.. f thi iai
m ule holding the "tfice of presi-
dent.
The sound and conservative
lent ot the People- Group
estal ished I r. foundation for
tlie First National Bank, and it is
from the firm
> indation a pn i sub-
stantial anl tution which
e the growing needs of
our communitv
Joseph P. Smvth has been ap-
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it was ann^'iced by E. H.
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Friday. September 27, 1963
j-ranees JL^ekman
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"Oh, you don't want to interview me, you want to
speak to my husband, Dr. Salomon Lichter." said .Muriel
Licbter in her clean-sounding clipped English accent. It
took me some time to convince
her thai even though he was the
absolute greatest, my column is
called Woman of the Week." and
for that he wouldn't qualify.
Born and educated in Liver-
pool, England, she was one of four
two boys and two girlswho
were brought up with strict re-
ligious training. Their grandfather
was a rabbi. She attended a pri-
vate school before going on to the
Univers'tv >i Liverpool. Active in
MURIEL Mizrachi Ycuth Group, she was also
a Girl Guides leader (similar t- our Girl Scouts.) Her
summers were spent walking, climb.ng and cycling through-
out the United Kingdom as pan of the Youth Hostel
movement. In fact she still gets an overwhelming feeling
of nostalgia whenever she is in England and sees the
teenagers with packs on their backs.
After college she was slated to go into her father's
dress manufacturing business, but one enchanted evening
at a Red Cross dance in Liverpool, she met an exciting
stranger who changed all that. Sol Lichter was in the U.S.
Army, stationed in England, and they found at once they
had a lot in common besides being attracted to each other.
Their love of art and music were sharedMuriel was a
sustaining member of the Liveroool Philharmonic and the
Repertory Playhouse (of which Rex Harrison is a product).
Six months after they met, they married and came to
America.
Arriving in New York, they decided to come to Miami,
where Sol would go back to school. So Muriel eot a job,
and Sol went to work to get his A.B. and then his MA. at
the University of Miami, his Ph.D. at New York.
Now in her 16th year as a Savings Officer at the
Miami Reath Savings and Loan Association, she adores her
work, where each new day is an adventuremeeting Deople
of all kinds, sizes and types. A board member of the United
Nations. Muriel is also a member of American Jewish
Congress, American Civil Liberties Union and many other
organizations. For eighteen years they have been closely
associated with Rabbi Leon Kronish and Temple Beth
Sholom, making the temple part of their lives Their
daughter, Pamela, lives in Riverdale, NY. with her hus-
band, Michael Gordon, and their son. Jonathon. Son David.
11, attends Treasure Island School and is the reason his
mother takes such an interest in PTA. Muriel and Sol try
jive David a sense of values, make sure that he feels
secure and happy, and that his life is meaningful in order
i combat the outside elements in today's world. Th three
of them do as much as possible togetherswimming bi-
cycling, attending Beach High games. But S il I 'chter's
concern is nol only for his own child but also for 'II th
the community. He i- tremendouslv wrapned
n the student activity of the community, for he is the
principal ol Miami Beach High School.
Muriel tries to relieve him of all the rest ns b
of home except for their togetherness with David But they
have a lot of fun being together, i specially on trips. They
just returned from a trip to Israel and England. She says
the weather in Florida is God's gift to mankind, and freely
admits the weather in England is well ... a bit on
the treacherous side. Lovers of music and art. the I.ichters'
fantastic stereo set is seldom turned off. They like to en-
tertain at home, and on weekends let their hair down,
figuratively speaking, and go square dancing, energetically
releasing all the tensions of the week. But the lovely knit
outfits Muriel makes are not what she wears for square
dancing.
Yes. Muriel, I know you thought I should write about
your great and wonderful husband and the impact he has
made on the community. But it is just as important to
know the woman behind-the man.

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Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Mintzer of Troy. NY., be-
, came the bride of Ross Sandier.
| son of son of Mr. and Mrs Theo
dore Sandier of Miami, in a noon
ceremony Sunday. Sept. 15. at
Temple Berith Sholom. Troy, per-
formed by Rabbi Julius K. Gut-
mann. A garden reception followed
at the home of the bride's parents.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attended by her sis-
ters. Dale and Jo-Ann Mintzer. She
chose for her wedding a gown of
ivory silk faille, fashioned in pina-
fore style with a blouse of Vene-
tian lace, the long sleeves linished
with a silk ruffled cuff. Her man
tilla veil was of heirloom lace and
she carried a cascade bouquet of
sterhanotis and variegated ivy and
dracena.
Lee Sandier was best man for
his brother and Harold Klapper
ushered.
The bride is a graduate of Emma
Willard School of Troy, and North-
western University. She attended
. graduate school at Boston Univer-
sity and taught at the Bank Street
School for Children in New York
She is presently associated with
the Center for Urban Education in
New York.
Mr. Sandier, whose grandpan
were the late Mr. and Mrs Harry
Simons ol Miami, is a graduate of
Dartmouth College and New York
University, where he received his
law degree cum laude. While in
law school, he wa a men
Root-Tihlen Scholarship Group and
on the Law Review e I
Following service in the Air
Force, Mr, Sandier was >
law firm "l Cahil, Gordon -
Rindel ami Ohl, N w York, bel
becoming assistanl Stati -
attorney in the southern disl
of Manhattan.
and Sand make
their home .a New York i
Madorsky-Rabinovitz
Peggj Dena Kabinovilt and Mar-
tin Lewis Madorsky were unit
marriage in a double ring candle-
light ceremony Sunday. Sept. 1. at
VV TtuT-Kahn
MRS. MARTIN MADORSKY
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami
Beach. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz offici-
ated at the nuptials assisted by
Cantor Jacob J. Rcnzer. and a re-
ception and dinner at the hotel
followed.
The bride's parents are Mr and
Mrs. Raymond Rabinovitz of North
Miami Beach. The groom is the
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Max Madorsky
of Daytona Beach.
The bride wore a floor length
peau de so-'.e and Alencon lace gown
with an attached aisle-wide train.
Her four-tier veil of French silk
illusion was attached to a band of
appliques of reembroidered Alen-
con lace. The traditional gold band
used for the ceremony was the
bride's grandmother's and had
been used by all her children and
her other married grandchildren.
Sandra Madorsky. the groom's
sister, served as maid of honor:
Rebecca Cohen. Debbi Fien, Ar-
lene Glickman and Marsha Ma-
dorsky attended as bridesmaids.
Flower girls were Shayne Eren-
baum and Joan Silverstein.
The couple were escorted to the
altar by their parents. Dr. Bernard
Silverstein was the groom's best
man. Harold Rabinovitz an l i;
Litwiler ushered
An honor gra luate if the Uni-
versit; i Fli rida, i
bei ol I' i (a Ph i ...
. Mortar Board, Al| ha I amb-
its and Phi Kappa Pi hon-
orarj societies SI
her studies I iwar I i masl
t the Gra te Sch
ness,
Mr. Ma : ra |
MRS. HAROLD SCHEFF, JR.
with honors from Keyon C
was a member of Alpha La
Omega fraternity. He is cum
in his third year at the Universitj
of Florida Medical School.
The couple will reside in Gaines-
ville.
Schett-Masters
Stephanie Lois Masters became
the bride of Harold Scheff. Jr.. of
St. Louis, Mo., at Temple Beth Am
Sunday. Sept. 15. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard officiated at the 2 pm
ceremony which was followed by
a reception at the temple.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jo-
seph Masters, 6201 SW 61st St., the
oride was attended by her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Robert Kaplan, who
was matron of honor; her sister
Shan Masters, was junior bride-
maid and Evelyn Kaplan flower
girl.
The groom, whose paren:-
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Scheff of St
Louis, had his brother. Robert
Scheff. as best man Usher- were
Larry Masters, the bride brother
Robert Kaplan. Lewis Garfinkei
and Emery Blau
The bride is a graduate ol S
west High School and the
Dade Junior College Sch
Nursing.
IKr husband, a graduati
gate University, receive I
ter's degree in hospital ad
tion from Washington L'i
and is current., set ving a<
istrator of rhe I ::
Care P
and Youth.
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Friday. September 27. 1968
Jfjrides and
Tralins-Nedbor
Nikki Jaye .vcdtwr was married
to Mylei Jay Tralins Saturday,
Sept 21 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel!
Rabbi Isaac II Ever officiated at
the !) ; i. ceremony which was
followed by a reception at the
hotel.
flic b: de, the daughter of Mr.
and Hi Robert Nedbor, 2350 s\v
22r.d Ter was attended by Wendy
Nedbor ;. her maid of honor and
bridesma .!> Susan Nedbor. Claudia
KirsrAnei and Michelle Weissman.
The sc- of the S. Robert Tralins
of 440 E. DiLido Dr., had Alan
Tralins his best man. Ushers
were Ji Carmel, Jeffery Schae-
fer, Ed .-. Luiiubi.id and David
How.:' i
The new .Mrs. TYalins attended
the University of Florida where
she wa> a member of Alpha Epsi-
lon Ph. -jrority.
The gi om is a graduate of the
Univers;-;.- of Florida and is at- '
tending :he University of Miami j
Law Scj.jjI. He is a member of
*JeH'/f fkrtdKem
Paae 9-B
.Miami and the University of Mi-
ami Law School, Mr. Friedman is
a practicing attorney in Miami.
Tne couple will reside in Coral
Gables.
W'tnur Kahn
MRS. MYLES TRAUNS
'i Lambda Phi fraternity.
After a honeymoon in Nassau
the couple will live in Miami.
MRS. MARVIN FRIEDMAN
Friedman-Simrod
Sheila Natasha Lynn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Simrod of
Battle Creek, Mich., became the
bride of Marvin Ross Friedman
Thursday, Sept. 19.
The 6:30 p.m. ceremony took
place at the home of the groom's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hy W. Fried-
man. 7100 SW 77th PI., with Rabbi
Steven Jacobs officiating. A re-
ception followed at the Four Am-
bassadors.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan and graduated
cum laude from Michigan State
University where she was a mem-
ber of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Sho js presently attending the
graduate school of the University
A Miami, where he is a teaching
assistant in her major field, Eng-
lish.
A graduate of the University of
Rumsey-Syrop
Donna Jill Syrop and Lt James
warren Rumsey were married at
the Doral Country club Sunday
Sept. 15. on,,, ating were Rabbj
Sol Landau and Cantor William
Lipson.
The biide i- the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Edward David Syrop
12740 SW 70th Ave., and the grand-
daughter oi Mr. and Mrs, Sol Syrop
o! Miami Beach. A graduaie of
Coral Gables High School, she re-
ceived her D.A.I-:, degree in Spe-
cial Education from the University
.'/ Florida in August.
Lt. Rumsey is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Richard Rumsey of Wood-
land. Calif., and the grandson of
Mrs. J. E. Rumsey. A graduate of
Woodland High School. Lt. Rumsey
'arned his B.S. degree in en^in-er
ing at the University of California.
Davis, hs M.S. at the University
of.Anzona and began work on his
i n.u. at the University of Florida,
For her wedding, the bride
j chose a gown of imported em-
broidered English tulle. Her finger-
I tip veil fell from a pearl and
', crystal headpiece. Her attendants,
| wearing yellow chiffon and lace!
were her cousin. Betty L. Kiken,
maid of honor: and brides.naids
Mrs. Edie Rubenstein, Ann Marie
Steinberg and Barbara Beyer.
The bride's brother, Lee Jay '
Syrop, was best man; ushers were
Donald Kiken, Larry Salberg and .
Harry Roisman.
After a wedding trip to New Or-
leans, the couple will be living in
Gulfport, Miss., while Lt. Rumsey
is stationed at Keesler AFB.
MISS GALE SOWMAN
Mrs. Phillip Thau To Be
Hadassah Guest Speaker
Mrs. Phillip Thau, preside il -!
Miami Beach Chapter .if Hadassah,
will be guest speaker at the regu-
lar meeting of the Southgate Group
at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7. in the
Terrace Room, Southgate.
Other activities planned by the
group include a visit to Warm
Springs Spa Oct. 4. 5 and 6. and
an Oneg Shabbat honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Weiss on their 55th
wedding anniversary Oct. 12. Mrs.
Felice Herman, education vice
president, is in charge of arrange-
ments. Mrs. Max Cohen is group
president.
Gale Schuman Is
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs Edward S. Schu-
man of 410 s Shore Dr., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
>f their daughter. Gale I... to
Mordecai Z. Labovitz. son of Mr.
and Mr Nathan Labovitz of
Rochester, N.Y.
A graduate of American Univer-
sity, Miss Schulman i teaching ir.
the Prince George County. Md.,
public school system while work-
;:>!; toward' her master's degree ir.
Social Hric nci at Howie. College
in Mary Ian I.
An honor graduate of Alleehanv
College, Mr. Labovitz, who is err.-
ployed !). 'he Navy in Washin
D C, is studying for hi< masters
de !ree in Political Science at the
1 niversity of Maryland.
'liic couple will be married ir.
Temple Menorah, Miami Beach
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
Cantor Nico Feldman officiating
Feb 2^. 1969,
Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis of
Miami returned from a week-
end cruise to Nassau where
they spent three days as part
of their recent vacation.
illlliit!
ANOTHER REASON WHY
"We'd Lc to ^1 OUR HANDS
into YOUR /,
lair
Time
We Rent
Chairs Chinaware
Tables Silverware
Linens Glassware
Bars Tents
Dance Floors
MIAMI'S LARGEST SUPPLIER
Of PARTY EQUIPMENT
complete
rental and sales
service
: ^
Visit Our Attractive Showroom j
3601 N.W. 81st ST., MIAMI
| MR. CONRAD and MR. TED |
I WINNERS OF THE MIAMI HAIR- I
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Mr. Young's Beauty Salons
Modern Beauty Salon
872 N.E. 125 St.eet
757-6941
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
561 N.E. 79th Street (balcony)
758-2556
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?Jewish Florid*} r
Friday, September 27, 1968
Black And White Is Color Scheme For truncheon'
Everything will be in "black and
\ Kite" at the ^Women's Cancer
League t Mianft Beach1* Fashion
: rnnchenii at noon Friday, Oct. 11.
i the Algiers Hotel.
At the Hrsl meeting o. the sea-
- hi the f.ishion show will he pre-
- >nted b> the "Only Black and
> hite Shop" on Kane Concourse,
hccording to Mrs Melvyne Som-
mers, program vice president.
Members of tttc'league who will
model are: Mrs. Robert Apfel. Mrs.
A. Jay Cristol, Mrs. Melvin Cutler.
Mrs "Albert Davi-. Mrs. Herbert
Penchel, Mis. Robert Frank. Mrs
Robert Grossman, Mrs Manuel
I Luck. Mrs. Barbara Rado and
,\|r^ MartMi Wexler. Gail Carson
will be commentator and Elsa
Fisher, pianist.
: mis Maurv Young, president.!
lays plan^ are also beinu complet-
ed for the Cancer League's loth
Annual Gala Luncheon Dec. IT I":
the benefit of Mt. Sinai Hospital
Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Abe
Schoenfeld, Mrs. Robert Grossman
and Mrs Martin Wexler.
, miON Of suprma dining
NOW OPEN EVERY DAY
YOUR HOST
THE LERNERS
HARRY
ZUOKERMM
Famous
71 WASHINGTON AVE.
CATERING
FOR
AIL OCCASIONS
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MIAMI
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r-
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WEDDINGS
BAR MiiZVmHS
BANQUETS UNIIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
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The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 SW. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
ITALIAN CUISINE
EST. 1939
OPEN FOR LUNCH
nno N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
Visit Our New Cocktail Lounge
EL 11AT1 RilO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Oven 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
12322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043]
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HAROLD PONT jnd IRVIN GORDON
llOIIDON and I ONT
170 N.W. 5th STREET. MIAMI
PHONE: FR 4-2655
From Hor d' oevres to a Complete Buffet 1
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
Under the strict supervision of the
United Kashrus Association of
Greater Miami Supervising Rabbi:
Rabbi Abraham J. Safra.
IJtoWOEl
Wife
Prime Sirloin Steak .
Served Japanese Style
Exciting!
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
DEER RUN 885-1911
i
GULF STREAM
SPORT FISHING
ENJOY THE
TIME OFF"
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LOWEST RATES
FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS
AND THEIR GUESTS
949-1955
CAPT. FRED TYRREll
CAPT. JUNE TYREIL
52.000 SQ. FT. INDUSTRIAL
IDEAL location. 425 Ft. advert,,
ing exposure directly on East West
Xway near Palmetto Connection
has 286 Ft. street front age on Nw
76 Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 block, from
new Miami Merchandise Mart. Easy
quick access to Palmetto and East
West Xways. Needs some ground
preparation. Priced as is tor $35..
000. Cash or terms.
Hicks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5161 S.W 8th Street
5 ACRES HIGH
PINE-LAND
OUT OF JETSTREAM NOISE
HAVE your own cottage near the
best hunting, fresh and salt water
fishing and investment in So, FI.t
BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE
$995 total $-5 down $^5 month. Also
DISNEY WORLD AREA
1i4 ACRES $1,495 $15 down. $15
month, no interest, no taxes See
for yourself S*op for Free map
NOAH HITE BROKER 6966631
1744 N.W 95th Street. Miami
L' Shono Tovn Tikesevu
NEW YEARS WISH TO ISRAEL
is to make Israel economically strong
... BUY ISRAEL BONOj and give
Dollars to Israel.
MAYSHit FRiEDSERG
Abel
Garden Apartments
lovely Belle Isle, on the waterfront,
off Venetian Causeway. Spacious
one and two bedroom, furnished or
unfurnished. Air conditioned, large
pool, boat docks, free parking. Two
choice apar'ments available now.
S225 to S300. Adults, no pets.
11 Island Ave.
532-6918
Between 9 a.m. & 6 p.m.
ALLMAND
NOVA
DONZI
LARSON
Each the best in its uas>
Evinrude Motors
YEAR END
CLEARANCE
ROCK BOTTOM
PRICES
All Models on Uisplay
EVINRUDE HOMELITE
PACKAGE DEALS
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
"SALES SERVICE STORAGE
IN 1 CONVENIENT PACKAf 1"
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND LARf-EST
IN OUT MARINA
ATLAS MARINA
2890 N.E. 187 St. 94?-7227
(1 Block East of Bisc. Blvd.
CARL REEDY FLOORING
AND ACOUSTICAL CEILING
13007 N.W. 7th Avenue-688-0212
LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME OR PLACE OF BUSINESS.
19 YRS. EXPERIENCE IN DADE CO. SPECIALIZING IN
CUSTOM FLOORS, ILLUMINATED CEILINGS. MEDALLION
PAINTS. CARPET INDOOR OR OUTDOOR.
MAJESTIC CARPET $3.99 YD.
100o CONTINUOUS NYLON
DOUBLE JUTE BACK.
THROW RUGS $1.50 and UP
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PARAPHERNALIA
SEE OUR FADS, FASHIONS AND FANCIES
107 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
Phone 443-4269
ORDERS TO
TAKE OUT
'mtchh
445 EAST p0*f
OKEECHO- r^w^
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Phone Tli 7-60 12
SERVING THE SOUTH'S
FINEST BARBECUE
* RIBS CHICKEN
COMBINATION PLATES
Beef ft Pork
Plates ft
Sandwiches
French Frle<*
Onions
Corn On
The Cob
Baked
Beans
NOW SERVING
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OPEN EVERY DAY
11:30 A.M. eo 10 P M.
EL CORTUO
Fer the Finest
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Dining
LUNCHEON AND DINNER
11:30 A.M. MIDNIGHT
Cuisine Supervised By
Internationally Famous
LUIS SANCHEZ
2982
Coral Way
443-7342
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Friday. September 27. 1968
WANTED TO BUY
ALL SILVER COINS
TOP PRICES Paid. FREE PICK-UP
CALL 949-4524
South-East Miami
Doctors Executives
CLOSE to Mercy Hospital, on S.
Bayshore Dr.. 5 minutes to down-
town. Very elep/int custom built on
a beautiful and spacious corner lot.
3 bedrooms. 2 baths, den. formal
dining room. Delightful kitchen
with sliding breakfast bar. Sprinkl-
er system throughout the yard,
several fruit trees which give re-
freshing shade to barbeque pit in
back yard. Price $40,000. terms to
be arranged. For Appointment cwi.i
Mrs Mendoia. Assoc. Res. 377-0712.
KEYES CO.-43rd YEAR
22*0 S. Dixie Realtors 4450694
MORTGAGE MONEY
FIRST AND SECOND
MORTGAGES
On Lota, Acreage, Apis.
Homes, Commercial, Nursing
Homes; Also Const. Funds.
Call Mel Haber, Guardian Mortgage,
3741761.
119 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
PERFECT
FOR DOCTOR
UNIQUE 2 story house 4 lots zoned
business, 1 block East of 163rd St.
Shopping Center. Perfect for an-
tiques, art gallery, doctor's office-
residence.
i
For Lease Call 947-5786
BISCAYNE BLVD. LOT
7S'x9S' ZONED commercial-high-
rise. Bargain price or cash. Addition-
al adjoining ground space if desir-
ed. CALL
MR. R. V. WATERS
AT 443-4728
SHIRL'S
SCHMOTTA SHOP
BEST FABRIC BUYS
IN TOWN
DRAPERY and DRESS FABRIC
20c 49c a yard
7th AVE. FLEA MARKET
N.W. 7th Ave. and 139th Street
Open Sat. 8-8, Sun. 9-7
Home 949-0363
MODERN
MEAT PLANT
ACTIVE completely modern meat
processing plant needs management
and sales team to take over im-
mediately. Must be financially se-
cure. Will consider merger. Golden
Opportunity to right party. 696-1760
or 821-1839
*Jenlslincrdrfon
Paae 11-B
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock: Elevator: Bus at Door;
Cooking Facilities in Every Room:
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DR.
Phone 865-9361
ESTATE SALE
80 Acres Vero Beach S49S per
40 Prime-Sarasota S595 per
640 South Dade U.S. 1 $695 per
These are way below comparable.
Call or write for free map.
SECURITY Heal Estate 373-3178
164? S.W. 8th St., Miami 33J35
MIAMI BEACH
APARTMENTS
25 UNITS WATERFRONT,
SWIMMING POOL, 1 and 2
Bedroom, Furnished. Gross $60,000,
$100,000 cosh down.
No Agents.
865-0411 MR. KLINE.
PACKAGE DEALS
SPORTS CITY HAS PACKAGE UNITS
FROM 14' THRU 25'. WE HAVE
OUTBOARDS, STERNDRIVES. BUY
THE RIGHT BOAT AT THE RIGHT
PRICE!! SEE US TODAY!
Hurricone-Allmand- S. C. Craft
So. Dixie Hwy. at 31st Ave.
SPORTS CITY MARINE
448-7448
RED HOT AREA
70 ACRES
NEAR KROME AVE. and NEW
AIRPORT. HIGH-DRY LAND.
SI,750 per acre.
Excellent Terms
CALL 624-1446
LOT
50'xl08'
WITH EXISTING 20'x20'
Carport in rear. Near St. Brendans
Church. Asking S4.900.
Days 221-3236
Evenings 271-5563
MORTGAGES
FOR SALE
Purchase Money, Second Mortgages
At Reasonable Discount. Most 10%
For 5 Years. For Information
Call Mr. Kavney
226-5503.
FERRO-CEMENT BARGE, FOR SALE
60' x 24' x 4'
E-V Associates, Inc., announces completion of the first Fibersteel ferro-
cement barge built in the United States. Suitable for deluxe houseboat,
floating motel, restaurant or general purpose barge. Available for in-
spection.
E-V ASSOCIATES, INC., 261 S.W 6th STREET 358-3680
NORTH CAROLINA
PROPERTY FOR SALE
5 ACRE-VACATION HOMESITES
$1995
Hendersonville Asheville Area.
Beautiful Mountain. Excellent. Also
available: Trout Stream Sites Only
Ji.lOO Adjoining National Forest.
Sportsmen's paradise. Terrific
Western N.C. Interested? Call or
write Leon M. Newman. Realtor,
1809 Ponce. Coral Gables. Fla..
444-1681 or 4488284 anytime for
Brochures and Easy Terms. Hurry!
Ripe For Investment
OLD CUTLER ROAD
28.63 ACRES at Old Cutler and
Franjo Road $330,000.
IN PFRRINE
5 ACRES on kurexa Dr. West of
U.S. 1.560,000.
EXCLUSIVE WITH:
JOHN B. STADLER, REALTOR
375 Miracle Mile
443-2568
UNUSUAL HOME
DAVIS HARBOR
Looking for a home that is dif-
ferent in a beautiful area? This
home is on 3 levels. It has 2 bed-
rooms with huge walk-in closets,
2'2 baths, a living room 35x20'
with a 6 place glass canopied
bar. Also built-in color TV and
aquarium, a large separate dining
room and huge 2 car garage, with
automatic door openers. Priced
right by owner. 1185 NE 87 St.
757-3750. by appointment please.
NORTHWEST MIAMI
VERY scarce spacious 4 bedroom 2
bath. Has largest portable pool.
Perfect condition. Cash down $1,690
Also very pretty 2 bedroom $1,500
-ash down FHA. Both near school.
Out where qulk'. and fresh air
meant real living, we arrange
good mortgaqes on these and other
homes we have. More info. 681-1926
Diy or night
EDITH WEINMAN, Broker
12740 Woods St.
BY OWNER
3 BEDROOM 2 bath paneled den.
living room 26'x24* cafiednl beam-
ed ceiling. Complete kitchen, dish-
washer, diapoaal. wan ovn. 135
frost free refrig_*rator-freezer At-
tached garage, ; acre lot. reverse
cycle air cond large pool and patio
m choice Dadeland area. $35,000.
lssume existing mortgage of $23,500
at 6% Open 2-5. 271-4095.
8370 SW 91st STREET
NET MARKETS and
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American Foods
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Architectural Marble
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Cryo-Therm
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Sonoma International
Superior Window
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Tudor Industries
Wrinkles Liquor
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DALEN INVESTMENTS
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2801 N. MIAMI AVENUE
377-8417
BROWARD COUNTY
THE
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PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
HOMES FOR THE
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540,000 to 550,000
Only 5 north facing acre sites
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DON'T WAIT!
YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W 65th Avenue at 114th Street
SECURITY FOR TOMORROW
40 Acres, 1320 ft. sq. 3 bedroom 2
bath home, swimming pool, guest
cottage, tenant house. Just right
for farm groves, horse ranch. On
paved road. $94,400 or make offer.
Call 247-0857.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. Krome Homestraa
Want Your
Own Business?
Service Station
Oppotluiily A.aiiabie n
South Oade Area
Ambitious pe'son mill re pi,
paid training and imancai issr
ance
Call R. A. Budd
Atlantic
Richfield
945-5388 ...
2 26 3075 [.mm,,
J. S. BLAIN
Over 47 Yean Selling Florida
FLORIDA LANDS
INVESTMENTS
SUITE 807
OLYMPIA BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Courteous Comp ete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 NE. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
BUILDING SUPPLY
and RETAIL OUTLET
Established 12 Years, Gross Sales
S15,U00 per year
Could Be Greatly Expanded
JOSEPH T. LANCE, Realtor
852-5239 Key Largo
Miami 247-7108
PARTS YARD
Autos TrucUs Rebuilding
Salvogt Thi* u a rich plum tor an
experienced operotor to take over
for only S33.O0O lotol Wher
you e the complete et-up you
will not lose thu opportunity See
me in person to get th full story
A DuBois. Aiiociote 523-1411
Miami Line 945-0451
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1776 E. SUNRISE BLVD.
FORT LIUDERD1LE
< FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY
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Paqe 12-B
9>Jmidti Meridian
Friday, September 27. 1968
Jjar

CURTIS and KEITH FINN
Curtis T\ler and Keith Jay. twin
sons oi Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Finn,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. Sept. 28. at Temple Emanu-
El
Curtis is interested in entomolo-
gy, science, football, trombone,
piano and models. Keith's hobbies
are model?, painting, football, bari-
tone horn, woodworking and bi-
ology. Both boys have traveled ex-
tensively with their parents.
The celebrants will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening at
ihe Eden Roc Hotel.
*
HARRY DE CASTRO
Saturday morning, Sept. 28, at
Temple Or Olom. Harry De Castro,
nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Rov Ahr-
inger. 7900 SW 15th St.. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
Known as Buddy to his friends
and family, Harry is in the eighth
grade at West Miami Junior High
School. He has received two tro-
phies from the Hallandale Aquatic
Club for swimming and a trophy
for diving.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ahringer will
host the Kiddush following the
morning services and a dinner and
reception honoring the celebrant
will be held atafcirday night at the
Miami Lakes Country Club.
Many out of town guests are ex-
pected, coming from as far away
as New York and California.
* *
SCOTT AHRINGER
Saturday morning. Sept. 28, at
Temple Or Olom, Scott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Ahringer. 790C SW
]5th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High School, Scott
Keith finn
Curtis Finn
was a recipient of the 1967 Presi-
dential Physical Fitness Award.
Mr. and Mrs. Ahringer will host
the Kiddush following the services
. and a dinner and reception honor-
I ing the celebrant will be held Sat-
urday night at the Mia.ni Lakes
Country Club.
Among the guests will be Scott's
paternal grandfather, John Ahr-
inger as well as many out-of-town
guests.
*
HILARY OITLITZ
Hilary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Gitlitz, will be called to
the Torah as a Bas Mitzvah at the
11 a.m. services of Temple Sinai
of North Dade, Saturday, Sept. 28.
Hilary is in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
and-in the Temple Sinai Religious
School. She paints and has won an
award at a children's art contest
sponsored by the City of North
Miami Beach.
Hilary's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cohen, Milwaukee. Wis..
will be guests at Hilary's Bas
Mitzvah.
Mrs. Ben Games
Rites Thursday *
Funeral services for Jean Abbott
Gaines. 52. 5055 Collins Ave., were
to be held at Riverside Alton Road
Chapel. Miami Beach, at 12:30
Thursday, with interment in Mt.
N'ebo Cemetery.
Mrs. Gaines. the wife of Ben B.
Gaines. owner of Holiday Inn of
Coral Gables, died Tuesday. She
came to Miami Beach 30 years ayo
from New York and in recent
years had owned and operated a
dress shop.
Surviving besides her husband
are: her mother. Mrs. Annie Ab-
bott, and three brothers, Carl Ab-
bott. North Miami; Harold Abbott.
North Miami Beach and Allan
Weintraub. Boston. .Mass.
I BET YOU
'i z?
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DIDN'T KN
By FRED SANDLER
City Gives Parking Lot
For Beach FAU Center
Parking Mil be"i**feMnr
students attendrfig newly-open.^
Florida Atlantic University Dade
("enTer ot? Miami Beach.
A parking area for 400 cars at
15th St. and Michigan Ave. at the
rear of the Flamingo Park ball di-
amond, has been made available by
the city of Miami Beach for stu-
dent! only.
Registration continues throueb
next week. Dr. L, E. Tuttle, en-
ter director, said.
COHEN
Auxiliary Meets Oct. 3
Jewish War Veterans. Miarri-
Beach Auxiliary 330. will meet at
the American Legion Hrl io
Alton Rd.. Miami Beac- Thur-
day. Oct 3.
Frances Apple is vjxiliarv
president. r*
New Sinai Funeral Chapel Serves
Jews In North Dade And Broward
Julius Meyer, :.s. of is.u sw ts Ave .
passed away Wednesday, Sept 4 Ho
had made his home here for the past
it years, coming from Ncii York,
and was a Pharmacist and Chemist.
Mr. Cohen was a Veteran of World
War II and while serviiiK with the
Medical Corps helped liberate In-
mates of Dachau Concentration
Camp. He also served as a chemist
with the U.S. government for H>
years. He is survived by his wife.
Sarah: son Karl and daughter Judith
Anne Cohen. Service* held Thursday.
Sept. ft at Gordon Funeral Home, with
interment in Mt. Xebo Cemetery.
SUGERMAN, Hyman. 73. Hollywood
Cordon. Interment Star of David.
ABRAMSON. Isaac, 71, 1247 Marseille
Dr. Ilia six ir
FEDER, Elizabeth, 81, .'.36 14th St..
Washers?.
GOLDSTEIN, Katherlne, 80, 7f&:.
Crespi Itlvd., Riverside.
LEVINSON, Edward. 7,'., 1101 Bay Dr.
Riverside.
MAKSIK. Samuel. 87. 390 NE 13.".th
St.. Riverside.
ROSCH. Joseph C. 48. 1471 Lincoln
Ter.. Riverside.
WINSTON. Harvey A., S3. 102*5 Col-
ons Ave.. Riverside.
A1KOFF, Ann, 69. 1631 NE 114th 81 .
Wa.sbers?.
FROGEL, Joseph, 131 NE 121st St..
Riverside, lnnterment Lakeside.
DUBIN, Charles M.. 70. 1120 Vene-
tian Way. Riverside. Interment
Lakeside.
ROSENBERG, Doris I,.. 4'.. 7640 SW
12Sth St. Riverside. Interment lake-
side.
PALMER, Edith. 4. *::! SW 1st Ave
Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo.
ROBIN, Meyer, 78, 3801 Collins Ave
Riverside.
Ever wonder where the tradition
started oi having a band at foot-
ball garnet ... It was at Notre
Dame, which was the first col-
lege in America to ave a band
. Their band first mttrched
at a football gome in 1881 .
They really started something,
didn't they?
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LEGAL NOTICE
The Jewish community of North
Pade and Broward County now has
Jts own funeral chapel.
Dedicated recently with relig-
ous services, the newly opened
Sinai Funeral Chapel, 16480 NE
19th Ave., North Miami Beach, has
been aptly named lor the moun-
tain where Moses received the Ten
Commandments.
Entering the spacious reception
room, with its muted tones ot yel-
lows and oranges, one is enveloped
In a distinctly Mediterranean at-
mosphere. The interior design has
been thoughtfully and imagina-
tively executed with elegant good
taste that quietly emphasizes the
treat ideas and promised iand of
the Jewish heritage. This is a Jew-
ish funeral home and a place of
comfort for Jewish people in time
Of sorrow.
The windows in the reception
hall relate directly to the name
"Sinai." Shaped like the tablets re-
ceived by Moses on the mountain,
in a sunburst pattern of golds and
oranges, they are placed most ad-
vantageously to filter the rays of
our tropical Miami sun and further
the illusion of an Israeli back-
ground. This sunburst pattern is
repeated throughout the Chapel
and other rooms; it is an innova-
tion in stained glass artistry, and
highly pleasing to the eye.
Many thoughtful touches have
been provided, such as the private
family rooms with adjacent office
for the Rabhi to meet and confer
with the family. Also, a "Tahara"
room has been provided for re-
ligious ritual preparation.
Here you will find none of the
old fa,hioned somber tones that
used to be thought of as appropri-
ate for funeral home decor. Rather.
a warm, cheerful, uncluttered at-
mosphere pervades the entire
building, from the spacious chapel
to the private family rooms, which
arc tastefully decorated in golds
and beif.e.v
One of^the nicest touches is a
living garden and waterfall at the
front of the chapel, tacins :'ie
mourners. This, too, has a direct
Biblical connection in thai ..la.ny
plants, including the olive and fig
trees, are native to Israel. This
garden, in its serene and natural
setting, will be a visual and living
consolation to those who grieve.
Hy Torf of Torf Realty, an-
nounced the opening of the
12,000 square foot, Sinai Funer-
al Chapel, located at 16480 N.E.
19th Avenue, North Miami
3each. The development is a
new concept in funeral chaoel
construction and design. Mr.
Torf comes to North Miami
Beach from Boston, where he
has been actively enqaqed in
'uneml rvice and real estate
development.
o
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**
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Did yaw knew that Bart Starr,
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. Starr's real full name is
Bryan Bartlett Starr.
Of all the pro football teams,
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different years? Answer is
not Green Bay the team you
might think of first It's the
New York Giants They've
ftN>*ld :n first piace 15 dif-
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FRED A. SANDLER
METROPOLITAN INSURANCi
CONSULTANT SINCE 1929
life Member Millionaires Club
Member National Association of
life Underwriters.
595 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone: 444-7101
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'* Bnnsf
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 80501.C
toa*NffiS,Pc",onw,
IIAUHY SIMONS,
Deceased.
To ah Cradltpra id ah Persona
Having Claims or Dema |
Against Salll Km., i,
>ou are hereby notified at reoalnd
"' Prei-enl any claims arm demanda
which you may have against thewtau
of Hakky SIMONS. Seealed late,.?
?""!* c<"Jnt>-. -""Tt Judges of Dade County, an file the
same In duplicate and as pr'.v i e. 1 In
Section 733.16. Florida VSSSS?
heir offices in the County Courthouii
in Dade County. Florida, within nix
calendar months from the time ,.f ,h,
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this !5th
day of September. A.D. IMS
UAHBTTE S. ACKER}' VN
. A* Executrix
rirst publication of this .-,.,. ,,.,
!r,t..Vlh 1ay. "f September. : ig
FRED and XEWMAV
Attorneys for Executrix
*'.; Dade Federal Building,
.Miami. Florida
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Friday. September 27. 1968
*Jenisfi Floridton
Pace 13-B
Mrs. Jchn Mason has been
I named attendance chairman of
nhe Miami Beach Serviceman'r
fcentT
Cerebral Palsy Center
Needs VolunteerWorkers
A call has been made for volun-
teers to work at the United Cere-
bral Pal-v "f Miami Rehabilitation
Center. 1411 NW 14th Ave.
Both men and women are ur-
gently ntcr'ed in all departments,
a center spokesman emphasized.
?
BILTMORE
CLEANERS
43 N.E. 38th Street
Miami, Florida 957-1276
"WHOLESALE CLEANERS"
Extends Best
Wishej-toAU -------
Happy Holidays To The
JEWISH COMMUNITY
MARTINEZ
PHARMACY
874 E. 41st Street, Hialeah
Phone 693-0441
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
MUSIC BY
HANK
WOLLACK
1785 W. 80th Street
Hialeah
Phone 821-9616
New Year Greetings
GILDED
DRAGON
Chinese-American Food
601 Washington Avenue
Phone 531-9984
New Manager George Sam
Happy Holidays
MARGARETS
PASTRY SHOP
1540 N.E. 165th Street
Miami, Florida
949-9601
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
The Only Synagogue in North Miami
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
CANTOR BEN ZION KIRSCHENBAUM
PRESIDENT, LeROY BOROFSKY
A Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year To All
Miss Ginger's Babysitting Service
111 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 379-5875
MRS. MURRAY I. LEYINE
and children. Jack. Jonathan. Felicia and Jeffrey
wish their relatives and friends a Happy New Year
A Happy New Year to All
DISPLAY
UNLIMITED
133 N.E. 10th Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone 377-4733
Holiday Greetings
HOLBROOK
ARMS
MUSEUM
Plaques Paintings
Unique Decor
12953 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 891-1806
Happy New Year
AUSTIN'S
DINING CENTER
10503 So. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Kendall (Opposite Jeffersons)
Instruction Sales Rentals
Charter Service Air
Phone 665-0636
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
7th AVENUE
PET SHOP
Sale or Lease of Rare
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IF IT'S HARD TO GET WE
HAVE IT
7920 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 691-9701
New Year Greetings
BARNET
GREENBERG
OF
CASTAWAY TEXACO
SERVICE STATION
330 Sunny Isles Blvd., M.B.
945-9212
A Happy
New Year f All
Marine Engine Overhaul
and Installation
Distributors
Universal Marine Engines
Crvsoder Marine Engines
kelh Bat and Diesel
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
418 SW 2nd AVENUE
Miami 36. Florida
C. A. looter
Telephone 373-6669
Happy New Year and
Best Wishes To All .
BEACH TOWER HOTEL
6061 Collins Avenue
L0MBARDY HOTEL
6305 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
New Year Greetings
PETER ZOBERG
U.S. BIDET
Better Than The European
Bidet
Phone 446-4863
P.O. Box 1135, 33143
New Year Greetings
MARY
DOWLEN. INC.
FLORIST
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0872
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
I Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
CONGRESSMAN J. HERBERT
BURKE
10th District Florida
A Happy New Year to all
MRS. MORRIS ORLIN AND FAMILY
MR. AND MRS. MARTIN ORLIN AND FAMILY
|L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363
WE I \N I AM. GLASS
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
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Morris Orlia, Feaader
MR. AND MRS.
CARL A. SINGLETON
OP CORAL GABLES
Extend To The
Entire Community
Their Best Wishes For
A Very Happy New Year
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY HEALTHY NEW YEAR
BEACH R/ "NO & PARK TV
317 23rd St.. Miami Beach
532-3198
A Happy New Year to All
VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
233 N.W. 9th Street, Miami
Telephone 379-6610
Best Wishes to All for Happy Holidays
PHOTOGRAPHY by BENNETT
4343 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 532-3311
WISHING THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
A HEALTHY JOYOUS NEW YEAR
PLASTIC ARTS
1325-20th St., Miami Beach
538-1030
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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1949 Washington Avenue,, Miami Beach
Phone JE 1-5577
Haor y Holidavs to the Jewish Community
LE COURT FASHIONS
630-H Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Telephone 534-6971


Paqe 14-B
+Jm>lsi> ftcrMton
Friday, SeD'ember 27. 1968
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
I No. 73094- B
IN RE Estate of
l.ol'IS HA V.MAN
I -...~. ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herebj Riven thai I have
l' nal Re "! i .....I Petit!'
I ilntrlbul i"'i .i!"l Final I n-. n .11 *
1 :m cutrlx of the 1 Klate "i I.i U'I8
tVMAN. 1I1 ..-..I m (I il
ila> lolier, lulls, ill applj lo
'I 1 l>le 'ount.v Judge* "i I laili
oiini 1. Florida, for approval nl said
Final Iti -1 aw ..T uistribulion and
final dischargi as Executrix ol u
..t il alMive-nami .1 ptletil
2tt dii) of Seplemln 1. I!iii
ltd A I) 11 i-\ssi-:i.
All. I
I IHoll II.....!
ml II< in ii. FI0111I11
______________ -.; Mi 11 :
'lN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUMTV.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 80512- A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IIK 1.-.....
i ERHERT .Ii IHN MCENCH
I......(-.I
til 1 lor* .111.1 All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
Ynu an hereh) notified and required
in present nn.\ claims autl demands
which ynu maj have agalnsi the estate
in HERBERT JOHN MIKM'II. di -
censed late of Dade County, Florida,
In Hi. County Judge* of bade County,
and fill- thi name In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.1)1, Plorldn
Statute*, in their office* in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calenilnr month* from the
lime of the find publication hereof, or
1 lie name %\ ill be barreil.
Hated al Miami, Florida, thi* mdnj
1 September, A I'. IM8S.
VIKUINIA I. MIKNCH
An Administratrix
Flrsl publication 01 mis notice on
Hi.- J7 day of September, IINW
WHTTBACRBand BOBBINS
Attorney fur Administratrix
"i W. 4;i Street
Hlaleah. Florida
; L'7 In 4-11 -|v
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-14458
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELAINE F HEFT.
Plaintiff
vs.
V\ II,I,IA.\I I! HKFT
Defendant.
T" U II. 1.1 AM 1: HEFT
lL'.'lli Sweeney Street
North Tonawanda,
New York 14188
You, WILLIAM 1: iif.FT. are herc-
i.v notified thai 11 Hill i.r Complalnl
fur Divorce lias been filed against you.
ami you are required Herve copy
1 your Answer or Pleading tn Hie Hill
1 Complalnl on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, STANLEY B. GOODMAN, 3888
N.W. 62nd Street, .Miami. Florida Ml47
ami fill- Hi.- original Answer or Plead-
i.i- in 1I1.....'flee .I Hi. Clerk of the
Cirouit Courl on or before the 28th
dnj of 1 k-lober, !:"'.x If you Tail 1,. do
so, Judgement by defaull will 1.1 taken
attains! \..u for the relief demanded
In 'In- Bill ;' Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks 1
in Till: JEWISH l-'l 1 >KII MAN
I" O.i: AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, 11 >is- -"ih da) ..f September,
A I'. lH
1: B. LEATHEK.MAN, Clerk,
1'in-uii Courl, Dude County, Florida
I'.y: \. A HBWETT, De|iuty Clerk
Circuit Courl Seal)
STANLEY B, COODMAN -
2688 N.W 62nd Street
Miami. Floridu 33147
MM -SMI
/!7 111 t-ll -i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 80516- B
In in:: Estate of
Si il'HIK 8EMK : >LI>.
I leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Portions
Having claims or Demand*
Again*! Said Estate:
Yi>u an- hereby notified and required
to preaenl any claims and demand*
vhiidi you may have agalnsi the estate
of SOPHIE SEf.lK OOI.D, deceased
late 'f Dade County, Florida, in the
t'l.unty Judges if Dade County, and
fill* ih,- same in duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section t:1.::. hi. Florida Stat-
utes, in their office* in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,]
within six calendar months from the
time of tin- first publication hereof, or
ih.- same will in- barred,
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tins Sflth
day id September, A D l!'x.
.ii-: 1:11MB si: 1 m<
HARRIET S'-:i IK EPSTEIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
ih.- jTiii day of September, IMS
A JAT CRI8TOL
Attorney for Executors
;m n k First Avenue
'27 HV4-11-IN
"IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE~
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-14681
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Hi IT 11- BARTON
Plaintiff.
vs
in iRIS MAB BARTON
I iiM'.-n.1:1 hi
T(>: DOKIS MAB BARTON
Raaldence Unk'aawn
You. DORIS MAE BARTON, are
hi-roby notified that a Complainl for
Divorce has been filed against ynu.
and you arc required 11. aerve a copy
of vour Answer or pleadings on Plain-
tiff's Attorney, JOBBPH H. YOt'MO,
47T. Blltmore Way. Coral Cables. Flor-
ida, and file the nriginnl thereof on
or before the 2Slh day of October, 196*.
in the office of the above court, other-
vise a Default wlH be entered against
you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2.1th
day of September. 1968.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
' Dade County, Florida
feBy:U 8. DePIETRO
( 9/27 10/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hkkkiii 111 YEN lhal
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
bUsiueHf under the fictitious name '
RICHARD .1 HELPMAN, M I' Rt
IV. Itllimore Way, Coral iSnhles, I'L. .
Intends i" regl*ter said name with the
1 'I. rk ..1 tin Or. mi '..in I "I I 'a.I.
< nil t>. Florida.
RICHARD -I lli:i FMAX. M I' P.A
SI' MIRER an.I IH ISKIN I' \
Attorne) for Applli am
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Miami Floridu
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NOTICi- U'NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY IJIVEN thai
the underslg ied. desiring In engi
>.ii iness under us nanu ol
C.ERAI l> ALEXANDER, M D.. Ill 1"^
I in. ..In Road, .Miami Reach, Flu II
1. ...I- 10 registet
1", rk of in. i'ii. uii 'oui ..1 1'
mi', v. Florida
CERA I l> Al EX Win i: M D.. P-A
SPARI1ER .' "' IH 'SKIN I' A
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NO' 'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY IHVEN [ :
the und. rlg led, desiring '" eill
liusiuess under ih. fii litious nnmi "i
KEOAI. AND HER' 1 a' '-'" Blscnyni
pjoul "!. X Miami. Flu Intends t-
- said 11 .in. '' Ith the < 'lerk of
LEGAL NOTICE
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PROFESSION M
SPARKER and Rl ISKIN P A
Attorney* for A'>"llcnnl
inn \ Riscnyne Boulevard
Miami. I'la ,
!l '.' 1 I 1' I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thai
Hi,- undersigned, desiring lo engage in
bnslnesK under ihe Petitinus name ..f
Alil-BAR RBSTAI'RANT al l""i
N \V. 7ih Sir.-.-t. Miami. Florida, In-
tends t" register said name with ihe
Clerk of the Clrculi Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ALf-IIAR, INC..
.1 I) a ALT-BAR RF.STAI 'RANT
WAI.TER8, MOORP] ,<.- CORTANZO
Attorneys for All-Bar, lm
iiHiv Ai'nsii-y Building.
Miami. Florida
111 t-
1-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEHY OIVF.N thai
thi- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under thi- fictitious name* !
IA-1 JOB81 Al HBI.P; A-l WORK-
ERS. A-l PEH8ONNEI-; A-l TEM-
PORARY WORKERS: A-l LABOR.
ers; ai ti:mp'i:ai:y MEN: A-l
TEMPORARY WOMEN: A-l TEM-
PORARY lillll.S: A-l WOMEN; A-l
BMPLOYBB8; A-l TEMPORARY
KMP1-OYEBS: A-l MEN: A-1 <:ll:l.S;
A-1 TEMPORARY SERVICE, A-l
TEMPORARY HBI.P; A-l LABOR:
A-l TEMPORARY LABOR; A-l TEM-
PORARY JOBS; A-l TEMPORARY
KMI'I OYMENT at .".'.4 N. Mi.niri Ave .
Miiinii. Intend* to register said name*
\uili ihe Clerk of the Circuit Courl i.f
I hide County, Florida.
A-l LABOR, IXC
/S7 |n 4.11.is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOh OAJE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 80335- B
lii RE: Estate of
tRXI A fin i|<.
I leoeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands
Against said Estate:
Yog are hereby notified and required
in preaenl Mi) claims ami demands
uliii-h you may havi ugalusl the es-
tate of IRMA COOK, di.....ased late of
Had. County, Florida, i" Ihe County
Judges i.f Dade Ciunty, ami file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, In
llielr offices In tin- County Courthouse
in I lade County, Florida, within six
calendar month* from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the snme
w ill I..- barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, tins inday
of September, a i i, IH68.
U'AI.I.ACE N. MAEi:
4e8 Blisoayne Building
Miami. Fla 33186
As Kxecutnr of tin- Estate
PrlELlMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMB, CHEETINC1S
Whereas, IRVIN SHERMAN, Miami
Short s, Florida, WILI 1AM C HALL
'Miami Shores, Florida, and FRANK .1
CRAVEN, Miami Shore', Florida, did
mi ihe _: 11 d.i> "i" July, A o 1*57.
. nuse t" be ini ortioru led undei 1 In
laws of the Stale of Florida Hi >F.\I \
INC 11 1 urporat Ion, vvltlt 11 pi liu*l-
pal plai of liu ini -- .11 ^1 'aim -
|l 1 'ounlj in ih. Slat.- ..1 l-'l-i Ida
nild n ll. r. as 1 in I ..hi...rail.!' did "ii
the th daj "i Si-i'i. mbi 1. \ 11 I Ml*
1 11 to be filed in tin offli .- of tin
nrj .a Slate of Ihi State ol
I-1..ml.1. ihe dm urn. mat nuihoril)
Ulreil in :. 1 Si 1 .....Ini 27 Floridu
Statutes, showing ihe dissolution of
su. Ii ( in-1 a I loll.
Now. ih. refori thi Si cretin
;.-. hi lij rtif} 10 ihi
going nud ihnl lie is satisfied ll
requirements ..1 ihe law have Ikm-h
,-,.nvi'.ii-d with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I havi
hereuntii I inv hand and have nl
: ih. (!ri nl Si il 1
1 >i ild u T llahai
Mil- Ihe NINTH daj
1:1:1:. \ II I Mis
T< i\l A I "A MS
Seen 'all ..f Slal
PRFI IMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Tl ALL Ti 1 WlH M 'IH EKE i'RES
BNTS SHALL COMB OHBETINOS
Whereas, IRVIN SHERMAN, Miami
Shores. Florida, WILLIAM C HALL.
Miami Shores. Florida and FRANK .1
CRAVEN Miami Shores, Florida, did
mi Ih.- 2!Uh daj of July. A I W.-.7.
cause t" he Incoriairated under the
law* ..I Ihe State of Florida MEYERS.
ISC., a cortH.rallon, with It* prlncl|al
place of business at Miami Shores,
Dade County in the Stnte of Florida,
and wlierens such coriswatlon did on
ihe 12th day of September, A D. IM'.x,
cause t" be fil"l in tin nffl......f Ihe
Secretary i.f State of Ihe State ol
Florida the documentnry authority
required under Sectlrfn tM 27, Florida
Statute*, showing the dissolution !
such i-orporntlon.
Now, therefore, the Secretary "t
state does hereby certify lo Ihe fore-
going and ihnl he Is satisfied that
the requirements of the law have been
complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto set m> hand and have af-
fix, il the Qreat Seal of the State of
Florida Bl Tallahassee, the Capital,
Ihi. ihe TWB1 I'TII day ol SEPTEM-
BER, A 11 IMs
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 80286-A
In RE Estate "I
Lol IS I'.l'i'll
I......-.'I
NGTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll 'red.....- and All Pi rsot Hav-
ing Claims "i- lieinntnls Agaiin Said
Estate:
Y.,11 are lierehj notifle I and requ 1
,-,l 1.. 1 ire si in ,ii> i.h'ii- and
  • hlcli v.ii ma) hit" aga tisl Ihe
    , siai. ..t I.i II" 18 BI'CH dii 1- .1 lati
    .,1 1 lade 1 '..unii FI01 Ida, lo tin Ul Ij
    Judgi s of I Wde Count)......I flU il"
    same In duplicate mid a- provided
    II, Secth Florida Statutes In
    , ffti rs lit the 1 '..ii'iiv "ourlhouse
    .,, 1,.,.]. County. Florida, within six
    ,-al.n.lar 11......Il* from Ihi On. ..I
    il,. rirsl publication hereof, or Ihe
    same "ill lie barred
    1. led til Miami, Florida '; II
    dn\ ..I Septi mis 1 All IM'.i
    VI .1 1,1 ipEI 'W IT/.
    /- MILT' IN III"' 'H
    a- 1 -:\. 1 in.. 1 -
    niii.ii. hi ion ...
    ,1 ,, ... s,-in.-ml..
    I, EN NL'I H M MYERS
    An.1111 v fer Bxih it:..1 -
    11,- s w Flrsl Si
    Miami IT.....lit
    Hi 11
    fii i
    No
    \ Il
    I
    1
    1 'erllfli .,-.
    .1. -. I I
    a.I. SI
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    File No. 6S-A-30?
    Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
    M 'TU'i: IS HEREBY lll\ 1 \
    RBNJAMIN BOSKIN bolder ..1
    ..I Hlaleah Tax Sal. tVrtlflcate
    Issued Ihe Mth da) of Mai
    IMiS. has filed same In mj ,,,|,, ,
    n made ., [ .1.1,.......,, 1,,, B |.|N '(,
    tn be issued thereon Said
    "11.1. ih. following
    propert) m the Count) of
    ..f Florida, lo u 11
    L"i Block 1.1. Fifth A.hli
    Town of Hlaleah, Plat Bo
    Pagi :-:. Section |x. Townsh
    s- 11 Itangi 1 En
    i.i Hlaleah, Count) ol 1
    i.i Florid*
    Tin- deed "ill 1., Issued subject
    all other outstanding ,1, iinnui 1
    1 '..iiiii\ 1.ix.-s and liens
    Tlie assessment of said pi
    llll.I. I II" -;,ii| <-. It lfl.il I U .,.
    nann Heit I I aw ol Sieliu Mill,
    I lib "I......rtlfll ate shall In r.
    di mi .1 1 riling t.. law th,- ,,.,.,,. ,
    1I1 i .I.. .I hen in u ill be sobl in r .
    1 Idddi 11 Ihi Courllmu il
    in 1 Mi hi da y In tin M I
    ......bel '"" I'hid Ihi ;
    ..1 1 .. lol.....
    11. ed 'i I'll da) id Sept 1 mb
    Ti
    '
    -
    I'.l.x
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREIO tll\ KN lhal
    u di ring l" em
    lm business under Ihe fh-tlliu nann
    d ABEL OAIIDBN APARTMENTS
    : Island Avenue, Bi II. Isle. Miami
    i Head Plot till Ini nil lo reglslei
    II;
    R LEATHERM\\
    1 k "' 1 Tr.-uit 1 '.-ui '
    1 nil '.....It; l-'l.-i Ida
    P F fll'l.l ISTR VM .
    I II put) T.-rk
    1 '"llrt Seal .
    .. '
    ., .1
    1 lilt
    ;lm, v, ill llii Clerk ol lb.
    Courl "I Dade County, Fii
    RICHARD.! ABEL TRI'ST
    IViitrh F Ai- 1
    I:.-.in 1. 11 Kru
    MYERS. KAPLAN A PORTER
    Attorne; ? fm Ri gistrnnls
    1 :"... S W 1st Street, Miami. I'la
    I 'il -
    1 nla
    f IRMA <"i il< Dec'd
    Flrsl publication "f this notice on
    the JTth day of Beptemlier, II1B8
    w Ai.i.Aii". n m.-.;:i:
    tn.". I'.is.-ai in- Building
    Miami. Florida 3S13H
    !' '.'7 10/4-11-18
    " NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 68-14459
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    ROBERT A CANA8.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    MARJORIB .1 QANA8,
    Defends 11
    TO: MARJORIB .1 QANAS
    lilt Sweeney Street
    North Tonawanda.
    N.-w York tllL'ii
    Yog, MARJORIB .1. OANA8. are
    hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and ynu are required to
    serve a copy of your Answ.-r or Plead-
    ing tn the Hill "f Complaint on the
    Plaintiff's attorney. STANLEY B.
    OOODMAN, 1(88 K.W. I8nd Si.. Mi-
    ami. Florida, and file the original An-
    swer or Pleading in Ihe office of ^he
    Clerk of tin- Circuit Court on or be-
    fore the 18th day of October, IMA
    If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
    fault will be taken against you for
    the relief demanded in the Bill ol
    Complaint
    This notice shall In- published onae
    each w.-.-k for fi.ur conaeoutlve weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLOI1IIHAN.
    DONE AND ORDBRBD at .Miami.
    Florida, this jnth day of September,
    A.D. 1MI8.
    E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
    By: N. A. HEWETT. Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal,
    STANLEY E. OOODMAN
    2688 N.W. 62nd Street
    Miami, Florida 3:1147
    681-3831
    /27 10/4-11-18
    PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
    OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF THE
    STATE OF FLORIDA
    TO ALL Tn WHOM THESE PRES-
    ENTS SHALL COMB (3REETINOS:
    Whereas. IRVIN SHERMAN, Miami
    Shores, Florida. WILLIAM C 11 vl.L,
    Miami Shore*, Florida, and FRANK J
    CRAVBN, Miami Sinn.-. Florida, did
    on Ihe 2lh day of July, A li IK!"
    cause t" be Incorporated under lln
    lawn ..f Ihe Siate ..f Florida TEPI.ITJ5.
    IN'i". a corporation, with iis prliicipal
    1.la.-, i.f business at Miami Shores,
    Hade County In Ihe Slat.- of Florida,
    and whereas such corporation did on
    the full day ..f September, A P I MS,
    cause in in- filed in tin office of the
    Secretnr) of Btate of the Slate '
    Florlldn. thi dncumentar) authorll)
    reoulred under Section MS.27, Florida
    Siatuies. showing tin- dissolution of
    such corporation.
    Now, therefore, the Secretary of
    state does here'i) certify t" tin fore-
    going and thai he is satisfied that tile
    requirements of the law havi been
    comnlied with.
    IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
    hereunto set my hand and have af-
    fixed the Oreat Seal of the Slat, ol
    Florida, al Tallnhassee, thi Canltal,
    ui- the NINTH da; "t SEPTEM-
    BER A li IMS
    Ti i\l ADAMS
    Secretary of State
    PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
    OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF THE
    STATE OF FLORIDA
    TO ALL TO WHOM THB8E PRES-
    ENTS SHAI.I COME, ORBBT1NOS:
    Wh.i.as. IRVIN SHERMAN, Miami
    Sin.r.-. Florida, Will IA VI C HALL,
    Miami Sin.r.s. Florida, and FRNR J
    CRAVBN, Miami Shores. Florida, did
    on the 1Mb. day of lul\. AH ins",
    cause tn be Incorporated under Ihe
    law* of the Slate of Plorldn Zl'KF.i:-
    NICK, INC., a corporal Ion with Its
    nrincitial nlai-e ..f business at Miami
    Shores, Made County in the stnte nf
    Florida, and whereas such cornoratlon
    did on the Hth day of September, A H
    IMS, cause n. In- filed in the office of
    the Secretary of State of the State of
    Florida, the documentary authority
    required under Section soil 57. Florida
    Statutes, showing the dissolution "t
    BUch eiiriii.ialii.il
    Now-, therefore, Ihe secretary of
    State does hereby certify to the fore-
    going and that he is satisfied that the
    reiiuir.-menis ,.( the law have I.....n
    comnlied with
    IN WITNESS WHBRBOF, I have
    hereunto s.-t my hand and hive af-
    fixed Ihe Hreat Seal nf the S' ii.- nf
    Florida, at TnUnhaaaee, Ihe Cinltal,
    ti.ts the NINTH dav ..f SEPTEM-
    BER A II '"
    TOM ADVMS
    Secretary of State
    : '-'7 88
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that
    ihe undersigned, desiring 1.....gagi
    in business under the fictitious name
    ..1 A.VI.ER. LI'BOW AM' BECK nl
    : 1 8.W S7lh Avenue Miami. Fla
    intends t.. i-.-gisier said name with
    th. Clerk "f the C!n nit inurt of
    1 lade I'.'unt 1. Florida.
    DRS AXI.BR LllloW AND
    BECK PRt IFBSSIONAL
    ASS' iflATION
    SPARBBRand ROSKIN P A
    Attorneys tor Applicant
    I'm N I'.i-. in ne Blvd., Miami
    8/1S-SO-21 1" I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    th. undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under ihe fictitious name
    nf A. PBX SAI.B8 CO at :n;4 N.W.
    48th Street Miami intends lo registet
    said name with the Clerk of the I'ir
    .uit Court "t Dade County, Florida
    A PEN SIPPl.Y INC
    a Florida Corp
    f/l::-L'"-:7 I" I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 68-13612
    NOTICE OF SUIT OR
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    I.IMi \ RATTE I
    Plaintiff
    III LI.I'.Y JORDAN RATTET,
    I i.f. n.I.ml
    TO Hl'RLEY JORDAN RATTBT
    c 1. Shoe King
    .".".'. Washington Sir.-. 1
    Boston, Mass
    Yol'. Hi itl.m JORDAN 1: tTTKT
    ai. Ii.i.i.v notified thai a Bill ol Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    agalnal you, and you are t.. servi n
    ii|.\ ..1 \..ui Answ.-r ..r Pleading lo
    the Bill of Complalnl on thi Plaintiff's
    Attorney, Dl'NN ami JOHNSON. 41B
    1 liis.ayn. Building, 18 West Flagler
    Street, Miami. Florid* I3IM, and file
    the original Answer ..1 Pleading In the
    office ol Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on ..r befon the nth day of
    October, IMS If you ftiil t" do so,
    judgment b) defaull "ill he taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Bin ..1 Complalnl
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for f.-ur consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
    DONE and ORDBRBD tit Miami.
    Florida thin tth day of September,
    1868
    K P. LEATHERMAN
    I.' k. i 'Ircull 'nun
    Dade 'ounty, Florida
    B) \ a HBWETT
    Denut) Clt 11.
    11 'u .-mi 1 '..urt Seal 1
    DCNN and Ji i||\si IN
    418 BIscayne Building
    Miami Florida SSIM
    Attorneys f..r Plaintiff
    : (-13-20-27
    PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
    OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF THE
    STATE OF FLORIDA
    T" ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
    ENTS SHALL COMB, GREETINGS
    Wh.-rea.. IRVIN SHERMAN, Miami
    sin.r.s. Florida, WILLIAM C HALL
    Miami Shores, Florida, and PRANK J
    lt.\\ B.N. Miami Shores, Florida, did
    ih.- 2mh dav
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of The
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCER'
    NO. 68-14163
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LYNN H 1 :> IFF
    Plaintiff
    JOHN :. UOFF
    I '. 1. lidanl
    Ti JOHN O :< >ry
    r .. < Itha M lii.fn
    i "a l. d..ma Avenue
    l^uurenburg. North Caroll
    You. JoHN fl OOFF. ur
    -notified that a Hill "f Complaint
    Dlvort*e has been filed against w-u
    and you are required In serve ..
    of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
    of Complalnl on the Plalntlfl .*
    t..1-11.1. LAW RKNOE I. HOLLA N I U ".I.
    suit. M7. City National Lank liuild-
    Ing, '-'" West Flauler Street. Ml. mi
    Florida SS1M and rile Ihe iriginal
    Answ.-r or Pleading in the ofl'ict
    ih.- Clerk of ihe Circuit Court on <.r
    before tin- 13rd day "f October, IMS
    1 If >..u fail t" do so. judgment h) di
    fault will be taken against you the
    relief demanded In the Bill ol Com-
    plaint,
    This notice shall he publish' J
    .-.,. h week f..r f..ur consecutive .....
    in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED nl
    Florida, this 18th day of Septembi 1
    A D. 1981
    E II LBATHBRMAN. Clet
    Circuit Court. Dade County, 1
    B> N A lll'.WETT
    I lepu > Clerk
    . ii 'Ircull '"Urt Seal 1
    LAW LILMI". I Hol.l.ANIi'i:
    3.1 Wesl Flagler Street, Suit. 817
    Miami Florida
    At t'.niev for Plaintiff
    a/2o.27 i I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    ' "use No, 68-18343
    DIANE M. (AISI.ANli.
    Plaintiff
    VS
    EltlENK M. tAl'SLAND.
    I nf. tidanl
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    To: ECOENB McCAl'SLAND
    4l-ih1 Street
    White House Station
    N.-w .1. rsev
    Yo|. BlflENB McCAl'SLAND. ar
    hereby ......fled that a Complalnl I
    Divorce has been filed against you
    and you are required In serve a COP)
    of your Answer or Pleading to tin
    Complainl for Divorce on the Plai
    tiffs Attorney, RONAIJ3 1. DA Vie
    Bw|., 417 Blscuyne Building -
    w Flagler Street, Miami. Plot
    831.1)1 Phone: 379-28&1. and fill tl
    original Answer or Pleading In tb
    office nf th.- Clerk of the Circuit
    Courl on or before the 7th daj
    October, 1988 If ynu fail lo do -..
    Judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demandi
    in the Complainl for Divorce
    THIS NOTICE shall be publish.
    once each week for f>>ur consecut
    Weeks in THE JEWISH FLoLlMA -
    DONE AND ORDBRBD al Mian
    Florida, this 29th day of August, i:---
    1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Courl
    Dade < Sounly, Florida
    B) C P. I'opKI.ANli
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal 1
    9 8-13-W
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
    COURT IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY, FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 79858
    In RE Estate of
    MCRRAY HI.AS.
    I I.I eased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    NOTICE UNDER
    x-r,T,!?T,T,OUS NAME LAW
    NOTICI" is HEREBY OTVRN that
    the undersiirned. destrlnr to engage in
    business un.ler the fictitious name ,,r
    ME lANN at 1st Collins Avenue
    .Miami Beach. Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Courl of Di'le Countv, Florida
    _____BVHLYN- BIX-HM
    C.EOROE NICHOI AS
    Attorney for Applleunt
    812 N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami
    9/27 10,4-11-18
    Now, therefore, the Secretary of
    State .|,,es hereby certify to Ihe fore-
    going and thai lie is satisfied lhal th,
    requirements of the law have been
    complied with.
    in wiTNi-.ss WHBRBOF, f have
    hereunto set my hand and have af-
    !,'lrtdaj at Tallahassee. Ihe Capital
    X.'AtD^ffl day "' SKPTK-
    TOM ADAMS
    Secretary 0f alit*
    9/27'88
    first publication hereof, or the gang
    will be barred. ., ,,,,
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this "
    day of September. A.D. 1988.
    MELI1A B1AK.
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice
    the 6th day of September. 19ii8
    OBOROB till JIKRT
    Attorney for Executrix
    Suite 229.
    One Lincoln Rood Bldg.
    Miami Beuch. Fla. 88U8
    -05-8l-/

    *


    September 27, 1968
    vJenisfi fk)ridliic3in
    Paae 15-B
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    |CE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
    .rsigncd. desiring lo engage ill
    i under the fictitious name
    |l>t N" PAILA ill 71". X.E. 167th
    X. MlaBll Beach, Fla. hl-
    reglsler Mild name with the
    of ihi> Circuit Courl of Dade
    . Florida.
    ALEX B. FINDER and
    UITII FINDER.
    his wife, sole ownt'i's
    IM>ItK K. XEI.KOX, Bsq
    for Applicant!
    b'-oln Road,
    [Beach, Florida
    9/13-20-27 10/4
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NoTIt C IS HEREBY OIVBN lhal
    Hi. undersigned, desiring t.. .ngag,.
    111 "U*.....-s under the rictltlouN name
    ofPA Pen at |(W Weal 32nd Place,
    ntnleah, Plnrida Intend! lo regiatt r
    aid name with th. eicrh nf ihe cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda.
    FLORIDA AIR PAItTS CO IMC
    I an w. 32 pi.aik
    HIALHAH, FLORIDA
    CAIDIX \- ROTHENBERG
    Attorneys fur
    Florida Air Parts Company, In.-.
    SOS Biscayne Building
    Miami. Plorlda 33130
    t ul is-oc-ei/6
    NOTICE UNDER
    ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    Ideralgned. desiring t<> engage in
    under the fictitious name of
    "IT/. ASSOCIATES nl 8066 S E
    Street, North Miami, intend* to
    said name with Ihe Clark of
    ini Court of Dade County,
    km 11
    ooci.d
    9/13-20 87
    ln/t
    ilOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    fE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    >F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    >E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    NO. 68-13897
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    fj.A MATILDA CASANOVA
    Halntlff.
    TciKl.i.BRMO CASANOVA,
    endant.
    i H'EIHLLERMO "ASAnova
    77 Aiuara Avenue
    R.-lisc, British Honduras
    nu. OCKIRLLBKMo CASANOVA
    lltereh) notified that u Hill of Com-
    int for Divorce has hen tiled
    Jnal you, and ynu are required t.<
    iv a copy uf your Answer or Plead -
    the BUI of Complain) on the
    Intiffa attorney, \v A i.t E R s.
    DUE A C08TANZO. ions Ainaley
    ing. Miami. Florida and file the
    lul Answer or Pleading in the
    of the fierk of the Circuit
    |rt on or before the ISth day of
    t. l6s. If you fall to do so.
    um.nt l.y default will ha taken
    Binst you for the relief demanded
    he Bill of Complaint.
    iis notice shall be publlahed once
    i week for four consecutive weeks
    nu-: JEWISH FI.ORID1AX.
    i i.NK AND ORDERED at Miami,
    da. this lotii day of September,
    1969
    k i! LBATHERMAN, Clerk
    li'i'uil Court, Hade County, Florida
    By: I' I. Al.KEXANDEK
    I icputy Clerk
    ruil i "ouri Seal I
    llliril I) DECKEI.MAN. ESQ.
    ]l.TERS, MOORE & I'ns'l'ANZH
    'Anisic* Building;
    bnl, Plorlda 31132
    Drneys for Plaintiff
    9/13-20-37 10/4
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 77876
    IN RE: Batati id
    ANNIE HCHW1TZ,
    I Leased
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
    DISCHARGE
    NOTICE is hereby given thai l
    have filed my Final Report and Petl-
    ! lion for Distribution anil Final Dis-
    rhanri as Executor nl Ihe estate of
    ANNIE HIRWITZ. 1.. .-,-d and thai
    : on the 16th day of October, 1968, will
    ( apply to the Honorable County
    Judges of Pad.- County, Plorlda, for
    approval of said Final Reporl and
    : for distrihution and final discharge as
    Executor of the estate of the above-
    1 named decedent. This I.'Uh day of Sep-
    j it mber, 1968.
    EDWARD X MOORE
    Executor, Estate of
    Annie llurwir/.. Deceased
    WALTERS, MOORE COSTANZO
    ; By: Arthur u. Deokeliiian
    Attorney
    ins Ainaley Hide.
    Miami. Florida
    9/20-27 10*4-11
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    File No. 68-A-295
    Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
    NOTICE IS HEREBY til VEX thai
    BEN KOBE IN holder of Ciiv ,.f .Miami
    l.i.n Sale Certificate No. 549 issued
    ; the :ilst day of May, A.D 1963, has
    riled name In my office, and has made
    application for a tax deed lo be issued
    thereon. Said Certificate embraces
    the following described property In
    the Coumy of Dade, State of Plorlda,
    to-wit:
    l0t" 27, Royal I'oiii. nina Park.
    Plai Book h Page 19, In the City
    of Miami. County of Hade, stale
    Of Florida
    This deed will be laaued subject to
    1 all other outstanding delinquent
    County taxes and liens.
    The assessment of said property
    under the said certificate was in the
    name of Mrs. Flon nee W. Martin
    inl.s.s said certificate shall be re-
    deemed according to law, the properly
    described herein will be sold to the
    highest bidder at the I'ourthous. Aooi
    on the first Monday in the month of
    October. 1968, whi.ii is the "th day
    >r October, 1968.
    Dated this 4th day of September,
    1968,
    B. B. LBATHERMAN,
    Cl.rk of Circuit Court.
    Hade County. Plorlda
    By: P.P. OULDKTRAND
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    9/6-13-20-17
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
    Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    APEX SAI.B8 CO ..i 3640 N.W. 46th
    Street, Miami, Intends to register said
    name with the Clark of ihe circuit
    Courl of Dad. County, Florida
    APEX SUPPLY INC.
    a Plorlda Corp.
    9/30-27 10/4-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious 11:11m p of
    A-l TBMPtiltARY HELP; A-l TESI
    1'iiltAllY LABOR; A-l TEMPORARY
    SERVICE: al 334 N. Miami Avenue,
    .Miami, Plorlda, intends to register
    said names with Ihe cl.rk of Ihe Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda.
    A-l I .Alton INC
    9/211-27 i" in
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
    No. 80407-C
    in RE Estate "1
    BLIAS HAU'BII.N
    I., 1 rased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Agahlst Said
    Estate:
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
    No. 68-14032
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MART IN VISi'i 1
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    OBTRI'DB V1SCO,
    Defendant.
    TO: OERTKl'DB VISCO
    Ifou, isertrfdb VIBCO, ure her.
    l.y notified thai a Hill of Complal
    for Divorce has ben filed again*
    you. and you a re required lo serve
    copy of your Answer or Pleading '
    Hie Bin of Complaint on thi I'laintlfl
    attorney, saci.t. VON ZAMPT, IS -
    Capital Hank Hide.. Miami, PRtrid
    and file th.- original Answer Pleai
    ; Ing in the office of the Cl.rk of il -
    Circuit Courl on or before Mi. g| d,
    of October, 1968. If you fail lo do
    J judgmenl by default will be ink. .
    against you for the relief demand. .
    in the Hill of Complaint
    This notice shall be published on.
    each w.ek for four consecutive we. I -
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
    Dn.NK AND ORDERED al Mian
    Florida, this l- day of Septembi .
    A.D. 1968.
    E. I! I.KATHKit.MAN. Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florid
    Ry: K. H. I-inway, Deputy Clerk
    (Clrcul Courl s.ai 1
    You are hereby notified and required ; s.\ri. T. VON ZAMPT
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to angagi
    in business und.-e the fictitious name
    ;of WAC.NKR AND MKDOU al 833
    Arthur Codfrey Road. Miami Beach
    intends to register said nam. with
    the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    DRS WACXKl:
    AND MEDAW P A
    SPARBBR and R08KIN P. A.
    attorney for Applicjint
    1 mo x. Blscaylie Blvd.
    Miami, Florida
    9/13-20-27 in/4
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    HOTIi'K IS HEREBY CIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in bttein.-- under the fictitious name
    of BRfaiKS HHAXT, AtJROX ANT)
    MlEBKIM.AN at 12X78 Hlwayne
    Boulevard, North Miami, Pla. intends 1
    to register said name with the Clerk | A.,,rneI.r
    of the iircuit Court of Bade County,
    Florida
    B*. BROOKS. BRANT. AOROX
    AND MEISEI.MAX
    PROFK-SSH INAL ASS( "MATION
    IRPAXBKR AND ROSKIX P. A.
    Vclornry for Applicants
    00 N. Biscayne Blvd.
    dlegal. Florida
    ^^ 9/13-21-^7 in/4
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVBX thai
    the undersigned, desiiing to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of oscar's sixdrii:s al 763 list
    Street, Miami Beach, Pla. intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida.
    If/ OSCAR SCHWKITZEB
    Et-OENK LEML1CH
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 6812663 (DoVal)
    In re: Adoption of
    . ALLEN KIRK
    A Minor
    by:
    I VINCENT T. NICHOLAS
    and PATRICIA NICHOLAS,
    Petitioners
    TO: ALLEN KIRK. SR.
    You. ALLEN KIRK, Sr are here-
    by notified that an adoption pro-
    reedlof in the above styled cause
    has been commenced, and you are
    required lo serve a copy of your
    Answer or Pleading U> the Petition
    for Adoption n the Petitioners' at-
    torney. SHKVIX, OOODMAN .-
    HOl.TZMAN. :u Seyboid Building,
    Miami. Florida, and file th. original
    Answer or Pleading in the office of
    Ihe Clerk of (he fTrcull Court on or
    before the 11 ill day of October. 1968.
    If you fail to do so, Judgment by de-
    fault Will be taken against you for
    I the relief demanded in Ihe Petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    1 Florida, ibis 41b day of September,
    1968
    E. B. I.KATHKit.MAN. Clark
    Circuit Court. Dade County
    By: N. A HBWETT
    Deputy Clerk
    SHKVIX. GOODMAN &
    llol.T7.MAN
    346 Si vhold Building
    .Miami. Florida 331112
    By: ALVTN GOODMAN
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the .-.-Tale
    Of BLIAS HAl.l'EKN. deceased late
    Of Dade County, Fiorina, to the County
    fudges of Dane County, and file the
    same in duplicate and as provided in
    Section 713.1'.. Plorlda Statutes, in
    their offices hi the County Courthouse
    in Dade County, Florida, within six
    calendar months trom the ill......>
    the first publication hereof, or the
    same will be barred.
    Dated 111 Miami. Florida, Ibis ISO.
    day of September, A.D. 1968,
    PHILIP THAC and
    MIABI REACH FIRST
    NATIONAL HANK.
    a- Co-Executors
    First publication of this notice Oil
    the 1Mb day of September. 1968,
    irvini: cypeN law oppii i:s
    Attorneys for Executors
    ,::.' Arthur Godfrey Road,
    .Miami Beach, Florida
    i/2"-':T 10 4-11
    1312 Capital Hank Hldg.
    Miami, Florida XMK
    9/20-27
    in 4-11
    .

    9/6-13-20-27
    -NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    Chapter 20722
    Acts Of 1941
    File No. 68-A-2M
    ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Applicant
    2319 W. Flagler Street
    Miami, Florida ......
    _______9/13-20-27 10/4
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 79778-C
    In RE: Estate of
    ANNA TROCK
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    Having Claims or Demands Against
    Said Estate: __.__..
    You are hereby notified and required
    etit any claims and demands
    may have against the
    1 tn pre
    iOSKIN. holder of County ^ cljJgS '/" ANNA TROCK deceased
    County. Florida, to the
    ertifieates numbered 1290. 1291
    A.D.]
    and
    ded
    S ft"* 2?* "" ^y &E? OoSbW Jfudges Of Dade <
    SkftMjMdMM, In w offBj. S?*X, "2m* i duplicate and
    Coumy.
    mudf upuliriiiion for a tax |
    be Issued thereon. Said cer- | I!'.1'.**1
    tifleates enibi.ee ihe folhiwing des-
    cribed properly in th. County of Dad.-.
    of Florida, to wit:
    133 llks-k 12. Fulford Highlands
    [Add., Plat Book 9 Page 1
    the County of Dade. State
    Florida, as embraced In Cur-
    ate No. 12n. The assessment
    laid property under Ihe said
    'ioate issued was In the name
    lack Kevin..
    34 Block 12. Fulford Hlgh-
    1st Add.. Plat Rook 9 Page
    |n the County of Dade, Slate
    lorida. as embraced in C.rtifi-
    No. 1201. The assessment of
    property under the said car-
    te issued was in the name of
    Isivlne.
    >,d
    as
    in Section 73:1.16, Florida
    Statutes. In their offices in the County
    Courthouse hi Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1,9th
    day of August. A.D. 1168.
    TRVIXt; TROCK
    As Administrator
    Cum Tustamenlo Annexn
    First publication of this notice on
    the Glh day of September, 198.
    CUU'DK L BICHEL
    Attorney for
    Administrator cta
    19 West Flagl.iSt .Mi.imi.FIa
    9/6-13 20-21
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 80241-A
    lu RE: Estate of
    CARL T. BRICKSON
    Dei-cased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified, and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which yon may have against ihu es-
    tate of CARL T. BRICKSON deceased
    lale of Dade County. Florida, to the
    County Judges of l>ade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided In Section 73116, Florida Sta-
    tutes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from tho
    time of Ihe first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
    dav of August, A.D. SC8.
    JllDITH ERK'KSON
    Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    1 lie 13tli day of Soptombcr. IMS.
    TAUAXOFF, WALIJ-:il & BEROER
    Attorneys for Bseoutrbf
    420 Lincoln Road.
    Miami Beach, Florida
    9/18-30-27 10/4
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
    NO. 68-14336
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I BETTY JANE McMANI S,
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    AI.HKRT KAMI IN McMANl'S,
    Defendant.
    To. AI.I'.F.in LAMuN M.-MAXK3
    r.982 Allen Road
    Mabeltoti, '' orgla
    You, ALBERT KAMON McMANI S.
    are hereby notified that a Bill of i"..ni
    plaint tor Divorce has been Illed
    . against you. and you are required to
    I serve a copy of your Anawi r or Plead-
    ing to the Bill of Complain: on the
    Plaintiffs attorney, SAUL T vox
    ZAMPT. 1612 Capital HanK Building,
    Miami, Florida 38132 and file Ihe
    original Answer or Pleading In the
    ! office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    I Court on or before the 1st day 01
    ( .November, li".v If you tail to do so,
    i judgment by default will be taken
    ! against you for the relief demanded
    ! in the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    1 each week for four consecutive v cells
    I In THE JEWISH FlAJRJDIAN.
    I DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    I Fkirida. this 18th day of September
    ! A.D. 1968.
    E H LBATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Court, Dad. County. Florida
    By: M. CAVA1.AK1S
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    SAl'L T. VOX ZAMPT
    1512 I'apital Bank Rldg.
    Miami. Florida 33132
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    9/20-27 10.4-11
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
    No. 68-14003
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MARILYN W. o/.ANNE.
    Plaintiff
    vs.
    WARD R. o/.ANNE,
    Defendant
    Tn WARD R. o/.ANNE
    DET 1663 O.W.
    Box 14 1393
    APO San Francisco, 96237
    You, WARD R. OZANNK. ale I1.1
    by notified lhal a Bill "f Complaii
    for Divorce lias been filed against you
    and you are required t< s. rve a copy
    of your Answer or Pleading tn ti -
    Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs ,, .
    tomey, MANTEL ZAIAC, 627 B.V
    27th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
    and file the original Answei or Pleni
    Ing in the office of the Clerk of ll
    Circuit Court ,.n or before the 21 di l
    of October, 1968. If you fail to do
    Judgmenl bj default will be taki
    against you for the relief demand*
    in the Bill of Complaint.
    Thi-. notice ahall be published nn< <
    each week for four consecutive weel -
    in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Mi i'
    Florida, this 12 day of Septembi' .
    A.D. 196*
    E n I.KATHKit.MAN. Clerk,
    circuit Courl. Dad.- County, Florldi.
    By: n a Hew.ti. Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Baal)
    MA.NTEI. ZAIAC
    627 S.W. 27th Ave.
    Miami. Pla. 88186 ____,.
    9/211-27 10/4-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN thi '
    the undersigned, desiring to engage 1
    I business under the fictitious name if
    'COLONY' COl'RTS at 7<>o South D
    Highway, ''oral (Sables. Florida, h -
    lends to register said name with tV
    Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dae-
    C'ountv, Florida.
    RICHARD HARRIS
    ENTERPRISES, INC.
    By: Harris Goldberg. President
    SCH1.ISSE1-. SCHBR OROSS
    Attorneys for
    I Richard Harris Enterprises, Inc.
    By: Jerry A. Oross w^
    of SW'i, of XE'i of BW.
    |lon 29 Township 66 South
    1 39 East, containing R Acres
    or less, in the County of
    State of Florida, as embrar-
    1 Certificate No. 6983, The
    PHsnient of said property under
    said certificate laaued was
    'the name of Barnev 1. Raskin.
    al
    il.ss said certificates shall he re-
    ncd according to law, the property
    Biibad herein will be sold to the
    nest bidder at Ihe Court House
    r-r on the first Monday in Ihe
    nth of October AD. RMS. which
    Ihe 7th day of October AH. 1968.
    Dated this 4th dav of September
    D. 1968.
    K B LBATHERMAN
    "l.-i k Circuit Court.
    Dade County. Florida
    By: P. F f.Il.DSTRA.ND
    Deputy Clerk
    Zlrcull Court Seal)
    9/6-13-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    OTICE is HEREBY C.IVKX that
    (Undersigned, desiring to engage
    Bsin.ss under the fictitious name
    PSVOB KORNBR al 7742-7744
    Avenue, Miami Baach, Florida
    to register said name with the
    nf the Circuit Court of Dade
    , Florida.
    JACK Z. KBVOR
    LILLIAN" B KBVOB
    IMAX & FEIN
    eys for Jack Z. Kevoe
    Incoln Road,
    Reach, Fla.
    9/6 13-20-27
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 68-14957
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    i i-.i-f.RI.no GONZALEZ,
    Plaintiff.
    vs.
    HERMINIA B. GONZALEZ.
    Defendant.
    To: HERMINIA B. CONZAl.K/.
    Tl Patterson Street
    New Brunswick, New J You. HERMINIA B tloNZALEZ. arc
    notified thai a Bill <>f <-"m;
    for Divorce has been filed
    v,.u. and you are required to
    f your Answer or Plead-
    U> the BUI of Complaint on th-
    Tirfv attorney. SIDNEY BFRON-
    SON. (18 Ainsley Bldg., Miami. Florida
    .,,111 me in.- original Answer or
    fS^amg in the office of the Clerk ol
    the Circuit Court on or bclorc the
    1 October, 1968. If you fail to
    by default will be
    for the relief de-
    Ihe Bill "f Complaint.
    shall be published once
    ., inur consecutive weeks
    THE JEWISH FU'RIDIAN
    DOAE AM) ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this 23rd da> of September.
    A"K:"i: I.KATIIKRA.AN. lerk
    ClrcUll Court. Dade t^mnty, Honda
    Uv: N A. IIKWKTT.
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court iwhuI
    [UDNEY BPRONSON, bsqulre
    id 2 Alnslej Building
    Miami, Florida :ai::2^ ^_ ^ ^^
    ll, 1 coy
    plaint
    sgaius
    serve a copy
    ing
    ;iisl day
    do so, judgment
    taken against you
    maided
    This notice
    em
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    OR
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
    No. 68-14471
    IS1RA W'HICIIAM.
    Plain tiff,
    ARNOLD ALTO WHIGHAM,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ARNOLD ALTO vYHKillA.M
    Resilience unknown
    You. ARNol.D AI .TO WHHSHAM,
    are hereby notified that a Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed against you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Complaint oh the PlalntlfPa Attorney,
    ARTHUR J. wol.FSON, 405 Blacayne
    Building, Miami, Florida. 33130, and
    Inc in,' original Answer or Pleading
    in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
    . mi ..an ...... before the 24th day
    of October. 1968. If you fail to do so,
    jungni. .11 Hi default will be taken
    against you for ihe relief demanded
    in ihe Complaint.
    ThlS notice shall lie published once
    eacll we. K lor loUl" consecutive weeks
    iii THE JEW ISII FLOKIDIAN,
    DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami,
    Florida, ibis 80th day of September,
    A.D. 1968.
    i: I". I.KATHKKMAN.
    . "i. rk, Circuit Court,
    1 la.i. County, Florida.
    By: N. A. HBWETT.
    I puty Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal!
    ARTHUR J. Wol.FSON
    108 Biscay 11, Building
    Miami, Florida 331311
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    9,27 in 4-11 -IS
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    COURT, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUN TV, FLORIDA
    N). 68-14175
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    NICHOLA8 A POMEXTO
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    DOROTHY J. POMBNTO
    Defendant,
    yOU, DOROTHT J POMBNTO,
    reside,!,., address: Route One, Mingo
    Junction, obio 4:i93s. an required to
    file your answer to the complain! for
    Divorce with Ihe Clerk of the gbovi
    Courl and serve a copy thereof upon
    Herman Cohen. Esq., 1310-11 Congress
    Bldg.. Miami. Florida, on or before
    o.t.ib.r 21st. 1968, or ela......mplalnl
    will be taken as rontossed. Dated
    September 16th, 1968,
    K. B I.KATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By: C P, COPELAND
    9/20-27 14 l-lI
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 80364-B
    In RE: Kstnlc ,.f
    1" IRA KARRI >Vt BK V
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Clalmt or Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    Yon are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which \ou max have nguinsl the 1 B-
    tai. of DORA /.ABKoWSKY d.e, ,--
    ,.,| lot I Of \>^f\i- County, Florida, to
    the County Judges of Dad. County,
    and file Ihe sain.- in duplicate ai.d as
    provided In Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
    tutes, in the offices in lb. Cou S
    Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida.
    Within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof, or
    the name will he barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, tllis 16th
    lav ol September, AD 1968.
    M. WILLIAM SMITH
    As Executor
    First publication of this nntlci nil
    the 20th dav of September, 1968.
    -1 -|i s. IIAI KS.
    ; ORCVDWERG
    \ 1 tomey for Estate
    ::.il Ainsley Building
    Miami. Florida 88188
    9/20-27 10 4-il
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice is HEREBY G1VEH thi I
    the undersigned, desiring to engage i
    business under the fictitious name of
    BROOKS. BRANT. AGR0N AND
    MEISELMAN at 12878 Biscayne Bou-
    levard. North Miami, Fla.. intend t-
    reglster said name with the Clerk of
    Ihe Circuit Court of Dade COPnty,
    F DBS. BROOKS, BRANT. AORON
    AND MEi'SELMAN
    PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
    SPABBER AND ROSKIX PA.
    Attorney for App**eant
    phi n Blacayne Blvd.
    Miami, Florida ^ ,.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th:
    the undersigned, di -siring to engage 1
    business under the fictitious name o
    V\ m:\KR AND MEDOW at 333 Ar-
    thur 1 iodfrey Road, Miami Beach, in-
    tends to register said name with th
    Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Di
    County, Florida .,,,,
    DRS. WAGNER
    WD MEDOW P.A
    SPARBBR and ROSKIN I' v
    Altorn. vs for Applicant
    ion x Blacayne Blvd.
    Miami. Florida ^ ,.
    10 t-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage ii
    business under ih.- fictitious name o
    OIRWIT/. V88OCIATB8 a! 2066 N.E
    I23rd Street, North Miami, intends t-
    register --ml name with the Clerk <
    the Circuit Court of Dade Coumy,
    """"'' KMIK.M'RWITZ
    9/20-27 10,4-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OWEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
    business under the fictitious nam. of
    \TI WTIi" GARDENS al 326 >......
    Drivi Miami Reach. Florida. Intends
    to register said name with Hie lerk
    ,.f the Clrcull Court of Dude Connty,
    K,,,r",-,:i2:. ., KAN APTS. INC.
    \i\ Morris F.iiisteni, President
    Si'lli.lSSKK, SCHBR & GROSS
    Attorneys for
    ItS OCEAN APTS.. IXC.
    By: Jerry A. Dross
    g/IS-20-27 '0/4


    Paqe 16-B
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    Friday. September 27
    FEATURES EFFECTIVETHRU SATURDAY AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES Excluding Kch.r Markets
    FRESH...NEVER FROZEN
    GRADE A FLA.-GA.
    FRESH ICED
    QUARTERS
    BREAST QUARTERS
    >-l LEG QUARTERS
    TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN-U. S. GOV'T. GRADED-U. S. GOV'T. INSP.
    TOP ROUND sieaks
    CHUCK STEAKS"
    CUTS LB.
    SIRLOIN STEAKS 119
    CROSSRIB roast
    PORTERH'SE steaks lb. 129
    RIB STEAKS lb. 99c
    STEAK ROLL cut LB 129
    odded L B.
    CALIF. ROAST
    LEAN
    . MEATY LB.
    89
    FRESHLY MADE LEAN
    GROUND BEEF.
    SELECTED-WESTERN
    BEEF LIVER SLCED. lb 49c
    SAVE 6c. FOOD FAIR
    SODAS
    COLA-GINGER ALE
    LEMON-CLUB SODA
    DIET COLA
    NO RETURN
    FOOD
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    SUPERMARKETS
    ? | SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP?!
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    FOOD FAIR'S OVEN FRESH
    SANDWICH THIN
    BREAD
    . .LOAF 21 C
    OlD FASHION ENGLISH
    Coffee Tea Loaf FA?RDf 49c
    SAVE
    UP TO
    44'
    ALL PURPOSE GRIND
    S**c fi e* 50*... KRAFT
    MAYONNAISE
    ALL PURPOSE GRIND
    ALL GRINDS
    FYNE TASTE
    FOOD FAIR
    YOUR
    CHOICE
    QUART
    JAR
    JAR
    LIMIT ONE JAR, EITHER BRAND, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
    PURCHASES OF $10 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    PREMIUM BEER IN NEW ALUMINUM CANS
    LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND, PLEASE.
    WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE
    EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    Ba^aMtiHJt 61 99
    SAVE 6c All FLAVORS KEllOGG'S ^_
    Toasted Pop Tarts .'!&z 39c
    CHUN KING _
    Chicken Chow Mein 69c
    39
    FRESH CUT
    Haddock Fillet lb 69'
    SAVE
    UP TO
    22c
    GOLD MEDAL
    Instant Breakfast Drink
    KRAFT DINNERS
    Macaroni & Cheese 2 39c
    41
    7': OZQQC
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    COLLEGE INN
    Egg Hoodies cm..........]6&z Mlc
    HEARTY
    59c
    BAG
    Libby's Beef Stew
    CAN
    *P PLAIN OR
    SELF-RISING
    FOOD FAIR PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
    FLOUR 5.l.'c
    UNIT ONE BAG, EITHER BRAND, PLEASE,
    WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
    TOP QUALITY-VINE RIPENED EXTRA LARGE
    Uomydeuti
    EA.
    RED DELICIOUS APPLES ^UPSSR.........2 M 49'
    RUSSET BAKING POTATOES 10 79
    YORK STATE GOLDEN CORN .""EN ~ 5 .* 39
    ALPS IMPORTED AUSTRIA
    Sliced Swiss Cheese
    6-OZ.
    .PKG.
    BREAKSTONE'S
    YOGURT
    ALL FLAVORS j
    1-02.
    CUPS I
    16-OZ
    . CUP
    29
    FOOD FAIR
    Creamed Cottage Cheese 29c
    MASTER'S
    Sour Half Half
    FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH
    Large Grade'A'Eggs DOZ 69e
    SAVE 10c VAUEYDALE
    Honee Weenees pYS 59c
    SAVE 17c COPEIAND'S
    Sliced Lunch Meats 4 K&
    BOLOGNA OLIVE PICKLE & PIMENTO
    "THE REAL THING"- MIX & SERVE FROZEN
    Food Fair Orange Juice 2 c 69*
    SAVE 4c FROZEN g^m.
    Birds Eye Cool Whip........ 25
    DELICIOUS FROZEN Ae
    Bagel King Bagels........... 25
    Sewice ^etictUcAMM
    AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING APPETIZE R DEPTS.
    YOU SEE WHAT YOU BUY' E V E R r THING ON 0:SPL A
    ALL CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO ORDER
    SAVE 57c LB. eQc
    Lean Cooked Pastrami..... *"
    INTERNATIONAL mc
    Kosher Salami or Bologna
    SAVE 30c LB. FRESHLY JflJ
    Smoked Large Whitefish
    RICH'S OVEN ROASTED
    TURKEY ROLL
    iAVE ^^ ^^ ALL
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