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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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hJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[41 Number 40
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 4,
1968
Two Sections Price 20c
raelis Ask: Should Officers Lead The Way?
ILEM (JTA)Questions
ed anew in some quar-
t this week over the wis-
Oding high ranking Army
to front line combat
tab guerrillas. The policy
Btioned as the nation
[the deaths in action of
Lt. Col. Moshe Peles, a paratroop
ander. and Maj. Doron Ma-
nor, who led their men in a brief
but violent skirmish with an El
Fatah gang in the hills near the
West Bank town of Jenin.
Six Israeli soldiers, including the
two officers, were killed and four
were wounded when their patrol
was ambushed A military spokes-
man said the El Fatah band was
later wiped out.
Army officers will continue to
lead their men, however, and will
continue to order "follow me" and ,
not "forward." Military sources
| maintained that the officers-to-the- j
front policy was responsible in i
great measure for the high morale I
of Israeli troops and distinguished I
Irsaeli fighting forces from the
armies of most other countries.
her best trained, most experienced
officers in relatively minor clash-
es with guerrillas.
But the feeling was growing in
other quarters that Israel can ill
afford to risk the loss of some of
I
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UTRIARCH'S TOMB
First Jewish
Services At
Ancient Site
JERSAJJEM .JTAi The Ortho-
dox Jewish se! tire in Hebron were
mission this week to .hold
toly Days services at the
ffhe Patriarchs in the I
West Bank town by Defense Min- '
later Moshe Dayan. despite com
plaints by Moslem leaders In issu-
ing the Order to the military ",ov
wr of the area. Gen. Dayan said '
that Jews had been barred from
entering the Moslem Mosque over
the tomb on Moslem holidays even
during the hours normally set aside
for visitors. He said the Moslem-
Should similarly reject Jewish
holy days.
Although the Mosque is usually
closed during'the hours referred to
In the request, Mo.-lem leaders
had refused to allow High Holv
Day.services to be held at the
Tomb. I
In Jerusalem, some 200 addi-
tional praying rooms were a.bled
to the city's 500 synagogues for the
holiday. Cantors were at a pre-
mium and fees for their Rosh Ha-
ahanah and Yom Kippur services
ranged between S2o;i and is 1.000.
Railway services were augment
Continued on Page 5-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
Al*>p J,_^. 4-A Schwartz 8-A
r Mitavah 12-B 15.A
Candliohllm JS.A Rc. Estat(, ,,.B
.. S-A Sneider 10-A
Dining- .. 18-B Synagogues 15-A
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Enoaaem'ta 6-B TV 15-A
Feature* ......14-A 3u B" ,S-A
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Woman-*
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In addition to being a brilliant
soldier, Lt. Col. Peles was one of
j Israel's national heroes of the Six-
'. Day War. He distinguished himself
in the fierce battle to drive the
Jordanian Army out of East Jeru-
salem and it was he who hoisted
the Israel flag over the city on
SUMMIT DEAL
I June 8. 1967, climbing to the cu-
I pola of the El Aksa mosque, the
, highest point in the old walled city,
I while snipers' bullets whistled
around him. Maj. Manor, too, was
considered one of the most prom-
ising young officers. The son of a
member of the Irgun Zvai Leumi,
the military underground organiza-
tion of the Mandate period, he rose
j in rank from private to major. Hi
was married only a year a.
Fear New Concessions
Would Penalize Israel
PRCSIDENJ JOHNSON
WASHINGTON (JTA)President
Johnson is believed by authorita-
tive Congressional sources to be
preparing for a summit meeting
with Kremlin leadersa meeting
which some congressmen fear may
involve United States concessions
in the Middle East in exchange for
U Thant is Criticized
For Pro-Arab Stand
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
Israeli circles criticized Secre-
tary-General UThant this week for
his apparent support of the Arab
position against direct negotiations
with Israel. The basis of their
criticism was Mr. Thant's intro-
duction to his report to the 23rd
General Assembly on United Na-
tions activities between June 16.
1967 and June 15. 1963. In that
document. th Secretary-General
implicitly chided Israel for its in-
sistence on direct negotiations.
The Israelis also took is^ue with
Mr. Thant's version of the 1949
armistice talks between Israel and
the Arab states which he cited as
an example of indirect negotiations
leading to substantive results.
In the introduction to his report.
Mr. Thant said. "Ambassador Gun-
nar Jarring's efforts to promote
agreement among the parties to
the Middle East dispute have been
impeded by the disagreement on
procedures. Israel insisting on di-
rect talks and the Arabs rejecting
direct approach but willing to car-
ry on substantive talks concerning
Communist concessions on Viet
Nam. This view was advanced fol-
lowing announcement of the resig-
nation of George Ball as U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations.
Mr. Ball resigned with a contro-
versial statement which said. "We
tend to think of Viet Nam as the
center of the cosmos ." and
stressed that the Russian invasion
Of Czechoslovakia revealed that
there are "very big ferments close
to the heart o: power and danger."
Congressional leaders said it was
probable that Mr. Ball did not like
the outline of a possible summit
deal with the USSR now reported-
ly sought by President Johnson. It
appeared to them that Russia has
diverted attention from the Soviet
invasion of Czechoslovakia by pre-
senting a new "peace" plan attack-
ing the Israeli occupation of Arab
territory.
In the opinion of informed men
on Capitol Hill, the President has
withheld the Phantom jets to retain
maximum leverage in controlling
Israel and seeking a deal with
Moscow on Viet Nam that could
be at Israel's expense.
Mr. Ball, who reportedly hopes
to become Secretary of State if Vice
President Hubert H. Humphrey be-
comes President, was said to have
grave misgivings ever any such
deal and wanted to dissociate him-
self from the emerging dip.omatie
activity.
Rep. Edward Derwhuki, (R-Ill.),
warned, 'The Soviet Union on the
eve of the new United Nations ses-
sion i; trying to divert attenti
from the brutal Russian seizure of
Czechoslovakia by shifting the focus
to Israel."
Rep. Derwinski. a House Foreign
Affairs Committee member, sail
he saw nothing new in the Soviet
proposals but did see "a very dan-
gerous tendency in the apparent
readiness of some Western leaders
to fall into the Russian trap."
Reports Of Jordan Bid
For Peace Discounted
UTHANT
the implementation of the (Nov. 22.
1967) resolution with Ambassador
Jarring as the intermediary.
"Such a dialciue cannot be fruit-
ful if it is substantive on one side
but only procedural on the other,"
Continued on Page 10-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Official
sources here this week discounted
reports that the Jordanian govern-
ment was seeking a political solu-
tion to the Arab-Israel conflict and
said statements to that effect by
King Hussein, reported by the New
York and London press, were only-
intended to "make a good impres-
sion" on the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly.
These sources also implied that
$2 MILLION DAMAGE
Bomb Destroys Israel Exhibition In Argentina
BUENOS AIRES 1.ITA1-A lead-
ing Jewish Journalist received a
telephone threat a few boor- be
fore terrorists' incendiary bombs
touched off an explosion and fire '
which destroyed a S2 million Is-
raeli commercial exhibit in down-
town Buenos Airc-. tin- week The
calMr1 said'' that such an attack was
being planned, the DAIA, central
representative be
Jewry, disclosed
Iri reporting that Juan RoJolfo
Rosenberg had b, n >f
a telephone threat, the DAIA also
said that the attack on the exhibit
and the bombing of the Nachman
Gesang Zionist Center in Rosario
City, 160 miles northwest of berr.
last week were new "criminal epi-
; sodes" in a "long series of provo-
cations" and reiterated an appeal
1 for "energetic public action against
j the provoking elements."
1 Firemen brought the exhibit fire
under control after seven hours.
Among the exhibits lost in the
blaze were agricultural machines.
medical supplies, electronic parts,
computers a::i 100 irreplaceable
oil paintings by Israel artists, as
well as Jewish, Christian and
Moslem religious articles. The
sponsors say the exhibit, which
was to have opened in about a
month, cannot be rebuilt.
In Jerusalem, the Argentine Am-
bassador to Israel conveyed his
government's deep regrets for the
destruction of the Israli pavilion.
Dr. Eduardo Pissaro Johns, the
Argentine envoy, told Gideon Ra-
fael, director-general of the Israel
Foreign Ministry, that Argentine
authorities were conducting a vig-
orous in\estigation to determine if
the fire was the result of sabotage,
and if this turned out to be the
case, every effort would be made
to apprehend the perpetrators.
Dr. Johns said he had been in-
structed by his government to con-
vey its "specal distress at the de-
struction of the great Israeli effort
made in erecting the pavilion, de-
signed to demonstrate the close
cultural and economic ties between
'.he two countries."
the warning by Moscow that al-
leged Israeli provocations were im-
periling peace in the Middle E '
was mainly for the benefit of the
General Assembly. Officials here,
lacking the exact text, declined to
comment in detail on the Soviet
warning.
In a dispatch from Amman, New
York Times corre-pendent Dana
Adams Schmidt said that Jordan
was sending Foreign Minister Abdel
Moneim Rifai to the l'.\. with in-
structions to seek indirect nefi
lions with Israel through United
Nations special envoy Dr. Gu::.lar
V. Jarring.
"It is under-tood by palace of-
ficials here that the Foreign Min-
ister of the United Arab Republic,
Mahmoud Riad, has similar in-
structions from President Gamal
Abdel Nasser." Mr. Schmidt wrote.
The reported peace moves resulted
from Jordan's fear that the Hash-
env.te monarchy could not survive
another round of fighting with Is-
rael and the current alternatives,
in Kin.j Hussein's view are "an
accept. tlement this autumn
Continued on Page 3-A


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Friday October
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WALTHAM. Mass. The largest
single gift m the 20-year history
of Brandeis University. $19 million
in cash and securities, has been
announced in a joint statement by
Lewis S. Rosenstiel. retiring chair-
man of the board of Schenley In-
dustries 01 New York, and Dr.
Abram L. Saohar. retiring presi-
dent of Brandeis University.
Th grant will b used for a
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and $4 million m cash and short-
term securities :o finance the Re-
search Building.
The Brandeis allocation is the
first of a series of grants by the
Dorothy H. and Lewis S. Rosenstiel
^oundaifion. which are expected to
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*Jenisti fhriidlian
Vaae 3-A
Rabbi Landau Gets Bond Award
RABBI SOIIA 1DAU
HabbiSM Landau, spiritual lead-
er of Beth David Congregation.
hajj_ been nairted the recipient of
the Jerusalem Liberation Award of
the Israel Bond Organization, to
be presented at the Beth David-
Israel Dinner oi State on Sunday,
Oct. 20. at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Aaron Kahan, executive director
"l the Greater Miami Israel Bond
irgan z itio i, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, national vice president,
innounccd the selection oi Rabbi
Landau for the Jerusalem Libera-
ion Award, which > as created to!
' : Wai la t June
n hich the Old City ol Jerusalem
n order to vc rec-
.ii'w- for their exen lai j sen ie
m beh ill ol Israel The p
consist' oi a gold plated three-
dimensional replica ol Ihe at
Western Wall with Jewish pilgrims
prayii el it.
'I he award reflect.* Jem >ali m -
Reports Of Jordan Bid
For Peace Discounted
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and Jerusalemthe fountainhead
IOf the faith of Israel, and marks
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Dr. Kahan also noted that this
year is the I8t!i or "Chai" year of
Rabbi Landau's rabbinate. In the
forefront of service on behalf of
the spiritual, communal and phil-
anthropic life ol the community.
Rabbi Landau is \ ice president ol
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Israel under Dr. Jarring's auspices,
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Jordan's failure to set a date for
talks with Israel was blamed on
the quest for Arab unity and the
internal situation in Jordan, the
unices said. But Dr. Jarringas
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12 TiSHRI
Volume 41
Number 40
-017*.
Grave Crisis Looms
At Assembly Session
In the first week of the Jewish
New Year, Israel was preparing to
lace its qravest crisis since Nasser
ordered the United Nations Emer-
rency Force to leave the Sinci Des-
ert in May of 1967 and massed his
crmies alonq Israel's borders for ai
invasion of the Jewish State.
This time, however, the threat
was not only on Israel's borders but
also in the chambers of the United
Notions.
As the new session of the General
Assembly wa* qettinq underway,
Israel found itself faced with a sus-
tained effort to deprive her of the
fruits of victory of the Six-Day War
an effort that would compel Israel
to return to the pre-June I9S7 de-
marcation lines and to accept c "po-
litical arrangement" with her neigh-
bors that would be largely mean-
ingless.
If such a "political arrangement"
is ever imposed on Israel, the possi-
bility of a peace settlement would
be lost, along with all chences of a
definition of her frontiers in agree-
ment with her neiqhbors and a modus vivendi
that would end the state of chronic warfare in
the Middle East.
After the Security Council failed to act on
he open-and-shut case of Egvpt's violations of
:he cease fire in the Suez Canal area, it became
.ncreasingly clear that Israel could hope for
little justice from the United Nations. The pro-
Arab position of Secretary-General U Thant
was confirmed recently when he clearly sided
with Eaypt on pressing ior the clearing of the
Suez Canal and just this weekend when he
criticized Israel for it insis'^nce on direct nego-
tiations with the Arab states.
* *
Little Hope For Justice
At a time when the United Nations offers
little hope of a fair and objective solution to
the Middle East crisis, reports that President
'ohnson might sacrifice Israel's vital security
interests in his overriding desire to reach an
arms agreement with the Soviet Union, made
the situation critical.
In this respect, the President's failure to
authorize the sale of Phantom jet fighters to
Israel is unfortunate not so much because they
ere vital to Israel's defensethey probably
could not have been delivered for another year
in any casebut an announcement of a de-
cision to let Israel have the planes would have
served as a signal tc Moscow and the Arab
caoit'i's that the United States intended to
stand behind its pledges of support for Israel's
independence.
There is further cause for concern with the
announcement that Ooorae Ball. United States
Ambassador to the United Nations, had sud-
denly resigned his oost and was being re-
placed bv J- Russell Wiggins, editor of the
Washinaton Post.
Ambassador Ball had recently displayed
sympathetic understandina of the Israeli posi-
tion when he argued thai the Security Council
must not observe a double standcrd on cease-
fire violations in favor of the Arabs.

Soviet Threat To Peace
The greatest threat, carrying both military
end diplomatic implications, lies in the active
rcle of the Soviet Union in the Middle East
crisis. The Kremlin is pressing a Mideast "solu-
tion" that would force Israel to withdraw from
the occupied territories to its prewar frontiers
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and stationing a U.N. peostekeeping force in
the evacuated areas. The Arabs on their part ,
would mdke a declaration ending the Btate of
belligerency against Israel and the four ma\or
powersthe Soviet Union, the United States,
France and Britainwould "guarcntee" Middle
East peace.
The only trouble with the proposal is that
all of its provisions have been tried before and
the conditions would restore Israel to a danger-
ously exposed position.
But the U.S.S.R. is not content to rely on
diplomacy alone. The Russians have stepped
up the supply of arms and personnel to aid
the Arab war machine cVd have bolstered the
Kremlin threat by moving its own navel units
into striking position.
The news that Russian dredgers are en-
route to Egypt with the apparent aim of starting
to clear the Suez Canal is sure to supply
sufficient provocation for a major clash.
Certainly the signs of grave crisis in the
Middle East are evident everywhere.
A bold move en the part of the United
States' administrationmaking clear that Is-
rael's security interests will not be sacrificed
may sti'l halt Russia's effort to destroy the
Jewish State.
...
flatter of \fact ly:
JOSEPH ALSOP
Ripening Fruit
WASHINGTON-In the earlier
days of the Vietnamese war. the
Dong Nai Regiment was one of
the two or three most celebrated
big units of the Viet Cong. The
approaches to Saigon were its
stamping ground: and it was a
crack outfit, on a par. let u< say.
with the famous Wolfhound Regi-
ment of the U.S. Army.
In that long-ago time before
the US. intervention in the sum-
mer of 1965. the Pong Nai Regi-
ment was wholly composed. Of
course, of South Vietnamese re-
cruits to the Communist cause.
And these were highly motivated
men. if only because they all
looked forward to becoming
members of the new ruling group
in South Vietnam, when they had
won the final victory that already
seemed within their grasp.
Sharp Contrast
Today, in sharp contrast, the
Viet Cong are almost wholly un-
able to recruit native South Viet-
namese They have long been
driven to depleting their vital in-
frastructure of hamlet and village
guerrillas. Yet they have still
failed to meet their manpower
quotas by enormous margins.
Hence North Vietnamese offi-
cers and conscripts, infiltrated
into South Viet Nam. have long
had to be used to fill gaps in Viet
Cong ranks. In consequence, the
Dong Nai Regiment, like every
other enemy outfit north of the
Delta, is today between 70 and 80
percent North Vietnamese.
That very fact lends even more
meaning to a newly captured doc-
ument, dated Au;.. 9and there-
fore predating the sad frustration
of Hanoi's effort to launch a third-
round offensive on the scale of
the Tet offensive. The document
i- a circular from the political
officer of the Dong Nai Regiment.
In this circular, the regiment's
real second-in command bleakly
described "premeditated collec-
tive desertions."
Reflecting On Succot i
With the end of the penitential season and
the Book of Judgment pealed, our eyes and our
thoughts now turn to the season of mellowness
and rejoicing, the festival of Succot.
Originally a harvest festival recalling an-
cient pastoral days, the holiday has assumed
a fresh meaning in our ov/n day with the
establishment of the State of Israel.
It is an eternal reminder of the vicissitude--
in Jewish history and of the culmination of a
icurnev that began in the darkness that was
encient Egypt and ended in the glory that was
Sinai and in ultimate fulfillment of promise.
The Succah, the temporary residence con-
stituting the main theme of the holiday calls
for reflection on the transient as well as per-
marfeht aspects of human life.
Since man is the determining factor of his
own destiny, it is up o him to cast his life in
such a way that he will have either a transient
or permanent influence on his fellow man.
S--c-o? serves to remind the Jew of th<>
transience of the ohysical and the mntenil, but
it also stresses the opportunities we have to
achieve real nermenence in our striving toward
a better life for ell mankind.
Desertions
Except perhapj in individual
cases, the desertions id not take
the form oi rallying to the gov-
ernment side. Mo-t likely, they
were planned mass departures to
their villages oi a good many of
the South Vietnamese remnants
still serving in thi Dorg Nai Reg-
iment, plus some departures to
noncombat life in the jungle by
certain numbers ol the regiment's
North Vietnamese troops.
The parallels are simple enough.
We should be looking tor bad
trouble for our side if we had
undoubted evidence Of "premedi-
tated collective desertions" irom
one of our own units, or even
from the poorest of the South
Vietnamese regular units.
It is in fact infinite!-.- more
difficult to desert a Viet Cong
un I. especially if you happen to
be a northerner, than to go AWOI.
from a South Vietnamese unit.
And although AWOL soldier.- are
still a grave South Vietnamese
problem, there ha; never been
anything like the phenomenon
reported from the Dong Nai Regi-
' ment
I Trouble Fur VC
This is the kind of evidence of
i hidden but very grave trouble for
the enemy that has been, and
still is. all but universally neglect-
ad. Ever since the militan
ure of the Tet offensive, the evi-
dence has been accumulati:
a striking rate.
There were, for instance, at
least three defections of enemj
officers on the command levi
U.S. general officers. All oi
explained that they had gone
the hill because the higher
mand gave their outfits task- that
were "impossible" or "suici
More recently, there has
been a spate of document- ,nd
POW interrogations revealing a
kind of grim despair over Gi n
Creighton Abram.-' ability to u?<
B-52 strikes to decimate cm
attack forces as they move up to
their attack positions.
Above all, there is the tru i
central fact that Gen. Abrai
now appears to have aborted I
great third-round offensive that
Hanoi had planned, mainly by in-
flicting such fearful losses on en-
emy forces moving up to takeolf
point. Here, one must cross one's
fingers; but it looks daily more
and more probable that this third
very big enemy effort is goin; to
end as a sanguinary fizzle.
Empty Premises
Consider, then, the situation the enemy units like the Do-?
Nai Regiment When that regi-
ment was suffering "premeditati d
collective desertions." Hanoi and
the Viet Cong leadership had ..i
ready promised their troops in
the field and their Infrastructure
in South Viet Nam final victory
in the Tet offensive. And I
had repeated that same promise
when the second round was pil-
ed off in late spring.
Both times there had been hid-
eous losses, and there had
no victoryquite the raver* "
fact. By early August, the -axe
promises were being made for the
third round offensive. Since then,
like most of the other big unit!
of the enemy, the Dong Nai Rer-
ment has again suffered hei
even though it has not yet DCS
used in any major attack.
What. then, is the present situ*
tion inside this unit, and inside
the many other enemy units that
have gone through the same mill-
The answer is. no one I
really tell. But the fruit in v '
Nam couid conceivably be a IBM
riper than most people dare t
guess.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITok
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Nixon's Stand On Fortas
EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian: I qualification.
The latest development in the
Justice Fortas affair requires some
comment.
Mr. Nixon has dropped the hint
that he will appoint Judge Henry
Friendly to be Chief Justice of the
I'nited States if the vacancy is still
open in January. Judge Friendly
is a judge of the United States
Court of Appeals for the Second
Circuit encompassing New York,
Connecticut and Vermont. He is
certainly a qualified judge, a Re-
publican appointee of President
Eisenhower, and, in Mr. Nixon's
eyes, above all, Jewish. His relig-
ion being in the present political
atmosphere surrounding the stench
of the Fortas affair, the overriding
Orthodox Educator
Backs Viet Dissent
NEW YORK (JTA) A leading
Orthodox rabbi and educator has
called for an amendment to the
draft law to allow for selective
conscientious objection because he
considers the United States partici-
pation in the Viet Nam war im-
moral, a stand in contrast to that of
major American Orthodox groups.
Rabbi Aaron Soloveitchik, dean
of the Hebrew Theological College
of Skokie, 111., told the national
convention of Yavneh. the Ortho-
dox Jewish students as.-ocation, "It
is immoral that the United States
government will recognize objec-
tions only if expressed as unquali-
fied opposition to all wars. While
traditional Judaism teaches that
participation in just warssuch as
wars of self-defenseis a religious
obligation, it also considers par-
ticipation in unjust wars as im-
moral and barbarous." he told the
"100 college students in an address
rhich was the highlight of a five-
day study seminar on the Jewi.-h
position on war. Statements of na-
itional Orthodox groups notwith-
j standing, the rabbinical scholar
said, American participation in the
I Viet Nam war was immoral.
Rabbi Soloveitchik condemned
draft evasion, however, and af-
firmed the right of any soldier to
defend himself on the field of
battle, while declaring that no sol
dier in Viet Nam may participate
in missions likely to result in in-
jury or death to civilians, such as
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hint that ho is considering the
appointment of Judge Friendly. Of
course, Mr. N'xon's integrity isn't'
exactly something we can rely'
upon, nor his campaign promises,
much less his campaign hints.
What prompted this leak from \
Nixon headquarters? Of course it
was the charge of anti-Semitism '
leveled at the GOP for bringing in
the vilest anti-Semitic testimony to
oppose the nomination of Mr. Jus-
tice Fortas to be Chief Justice of
the United States, the first Jewish
lawyer ever so nominated.
However, would the appointment
of Judge Friendly be sufficient
balm for the deep, raw wounds
opened by the opposition to Mr.
Justice Fortas? It may alleviate
the pain temporarily, but I doubt
that it can heal the wound.
Mr. Justice Fortas just happens
to be the most qualified American
to be Chief Justice. He just hap-
pens to be Jewish. His religion is
the fact behind the apparent fail-
ure of confirmationor, at least
the opposition to it. There is abso-
lute unanimity as to his qualifica-
tions, even from Mr. Nixon, albeit j
a belated acknowledgement.
On the other hand, as an Ameri-
can lawyer, I could name several
judges of Court of Appeals level
who are more qualified than Judge
Friendlyalthough I hasten to add
that Judge Friendly is certainly ;
highly qualified. Do we Jews want!
to settle for a second-best Jew, or |
a filth or tenth best qualified judge |
as a sop to our Americansm? I |
think not when viewed in tlie light
Of America's best oelng rejected j
because of his religion, and the I
second-best being proposed for po- '
litical purposes, and not out of
conviction of what is best for the j
nation.
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The American inker never did
:il into the Marxi-t myth of pro-
letarian virtue as a progressive
force in society. He always pre-
ferred the American dream of
welfare capitalism, and if this
..car il turns out to be a Nazi
nightmare thai fact can surprise
mly a labor leadership which
earned neither from Stalin nor
Hitler.
The last authentic labor leader
] metas recently as la -t week-
was busy choosing among Miami
Beach's luxury hotels tor a 1.070
convention. Within the context of
\iiii rica's trade union movement,
here is nothing unseemly about
that Yet, I recall the conven-
tions of '.he same international in
the '30s. held in quite similar
re! y, uncarpeted halls and the
lelegates quartered in Si a nighl
fleabags or on some fellow work-
i 's parlor not living room
floor
Obviously no one wants to turn
lock back to those days, ex-
. th< j set m now in retro-
. but as the labor leaders
ook over their ranks today and
count the votes for George Wal-
i t some '>i them must regret
the patt American labor has tak-
ind wish they could begin all
ver again. -
For it is no secret that a large
-roportion of organized labor in
his election year of 1968 is open-
y In favor of the racist and re-
.cli'inary Wallace and may ver>
well be the foundation for a Nazi-
type party in the years to come.
Ironically enough, it is the
mon workers' dollars which will,
through COPE, the political arm
I the AFL-CIO, provide Hubert
Humphrey's greatest source of
inancial aid. But the political and
social education of the trade
nionist, on which so much money
has been spent over the years,
to he viewed as so much
in the face of the votes
thai will be cast for a man who
esents everything that the
.i mir leader-hip. at least, abhors.
Labor history is just as neglect-
i subject for thfl modern union
as American historv is in
our school system. Holdovers from
the embattled '30s must feel a
twinge in their own shoulders as
they watch today's demonstrators
being clubbed by police and the
sight of tear gas bring a smart to
their eyes, which also were ex-
posed to that kind of treatment.
I thought of a number of inci-
dents I witnessed in those days.
when daring men lay down on
the road to prevent trucks from
entering plants, after hearing
Wallace boast that he would drive
over any bodies placed in his
path.
As for taking over buildings bj
sitdown tactics, many a worker
staked out his claim to a Ford or
General Motors plant, not to say
a State Legislature, and was just
as roundly denounced by the es-
tablishment.
And if times have changed for
the better, a- indeed they have,
one can slill hear the cry ot "law
and order'" whenever a union
violates its contract or uses extra
legal tactics on the picket line,
as it docs constantly and without
regard for the public or the rights
of others.
The truth is that in spite of his
comparative prosperity maybe
because of it the American
unionist in his 20's-40's Seels
threatened by'the two critical do-
mestic issues of our day: race
and poverty. No other class in
America believes it has as much
at stake, and it is with hope that
they look to Wallace's police club
as the simplest solution to their
dilemma.
In all fairness, it must be stat-
ed that at the national level most
of the major unions are commit
ted to a course which is progres-
sive in these area- but meets
with strong opposition from their
local organizations and. in some
cases, threatens to bring down
the top leadership.
I know that many are subject
to severe attack for trying to
open their locals to Negro work-
ers and for supporting the anti-
Charge Japanese
Firm Boycotted
Israeli Shipping
NEW YORK (JTA) The repre
tentative of Israel'.- largest ship
ping comp my accuse I one ol
Fapan's three major trading com-
panies this week oi discr minati in
against Israel flagships because ol
-me from the Arab boycott
office.
Avner Manor, president of the
American-Israeli Shipping Co .
North American representatives ol
the Zim Line- of Haifa, charged
lhat the Marubeni-Iida Co. of .la
| pan refused to use ships Hying the
Israel flag despite a recent com-
, mitment promising free choice of
flag.
Mr. Manor cited two problems
of last month to back up his charge
One involved a 10.000-ton ship-
ment of coal from Hampton Roads,
Va.. to Japan which was diverted
from the Zim Lines' cargo motor-
ship Becrsheva after Marubeni-Iida
cabled its American broker -'Sorry.
cannot entertain Israeli flag.'' The
other concerned a small parcel of
raw silk loaded aboard the Beer-
sheva's sistership, Deganya, for
shipment lo Kobe but later remov-
ed from the vessel on order- from
Marubeni-Iida's bank "Thus, one
of Japan's giant firms continues to
be pushed about by intimidation of
the Arab boycott officials." Mr
Manor said.
The Zim Lines' cargo service be-
tween North American ports and
Japan, known as the Pacific Star
Line, was established in 1961 Mr.
Manor said the company intended
"to make a forceful protest to the
Japanese zovernme
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povertj programs, but that's what
being a leader is all about; and
if holding on to a soft job is their
only interest, they have tailed
their movement and the Amen
can people today.
It would be wrong, however, to
condemn the labor union man lor
striking out blind!) against the
"establishment" for its failure to
solve the problems of our times
and making a choice which, in
the long run. must hurt him.
There are many of better educa-
tion and greater sophistication
who arc reacting as blin lly and
with as little concern for the In
tmi' ot America Those who learn
nothing from history, it has been
said, are fated to repeal it.
Most of us would d well, be-
fore we vote next month, to study
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from 1929 onward
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Items Of Interest
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
Never before have as many South Florida youths been to Israel
>s during the historic months since the Six Day War. During the
summer just passed, they went there as new students at Tel Aviv.
Hebrew and Bar Man Universities and at the Technion. Many mine
niade seven week tours under the auspices of the Jewish Agency,
Histadrut, th? National Federation of Temple Youth, the United
Synagogue Youth, Bureau of Jewish Education, other organizations,
synagogues and temples or with their families Many youngsters are
enrolling in the Bar Mitzvah program through which instead of having
an all-out social celebration of their call to the reading of the Torah.
they go to Israel at the age of 16.
Unfortunately, there is no coordinated effort to get these return
ing high school and college students together. As an integrated or
ganization, they could do much to supply the future leadership of
American Jewry on which our faith and the future of the State of
Israel rely so heavily. It is true that there is a more intense drive
than ever before to get new Aliyah to Israel, on a permanent or even
a temporary basis. And the programs for next summer's seven week
tours arc already bulging. This, though, is no substitute for an Amer-
ican Youth League for Israel, cutting across Zionist and non Zionist
lines, providing for Orthodox, Conservative and Reform participation,
with room for B'nai B'rith and other youth-oriented agencies
If this falls outside the province of any of the existing community
bodies, such as the Greater Miami Jewish Federation or the YM YW1IA.
immediate steps should be taken to form a unit which can do the job
it should not be allowed to wait.
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Sen. Edmund Muskie, Democratic vice presidential nominee, will
speak to members of the newly-formed Democratic Century Club Tues- j
day at the Dupont Plan Hotel. The junior senator from Maine also
will address members of the Tiger Bay Club there. Sen Muskie's ap
pearance here will follow a talk by Gov. Richard J. Hughes of New
Jersey, who was to address the Century Club Thursday afternoon
Gov. Hughes then was slated to be principal speaker al an all Demo
cratic Rally at Miami Beach's Pier Park, beginning at K p m Thursdaj
Chairman of the Dade County Democratic Executive Committee
Irvine Spear -aid that the Century Club, headed by Maurice Ferre, cs
open to all persons contributing $100 to the Democratic party this
year. Headquarters have been established in Suite 204. One Hundred
Lincoln Road Building.
DISANDATA: Louis R. Clerico Associates handled the $150,00(1
remodeling of the 110 seat banquet hall at Miami Spring Villas, The
Playhouse, which opened with dinner for 600 Burdinc's staffers and
guests Dr. Emmutl Pushkin of Miami named to national voca
tional guidance committee of American Optometric Association
Veterans Administration announces it will pay up to SI MO a month to
help educate each child of a deceased veteran or of one who has been
totally disabled ... A. Louis Brown, executive veep of Miami Beach
Federal, was installed a District 6 director of Florida Saving and Loan
league last week in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island Gov. Claude
Kirk has named Dr. Paul Vogel of South Miami to the Florida Chiro
practic Board of Examiners ... Dr. Albert Schwartz has won a $19,500
grant for Miami Dade Junior College from the National Science Foun
dation for research on amphibians and reptiles of the Caribbean .
Dr. Sheldon Dobkin, South Dade optometrist, has garnered more than
100 trophies in national, regional and state sports car driving compe
tition. But he's given up license plate number 2020 Those bullet
holes above the pulpit at Temple Beth Am are for real.

CHATTER: Frank Sinatra's new film, "Lady in Cement," premieres
at Carib Theatre Nov. 14. with Beach Elks lode.' promoting the benefit
under chairmanship >>l Murray Oilman, leadinj kni ht Pi iceed
Harry Anna Crippled Children's Hospital. Sinatra made Hie picture
while in Miami Beach ISHrt winter tor the- annual Hlatadrut Foundation
Mid Wu Judge Harold B. Spaet New President
Of Greater Miami Jewish National Fund
Judge Harold 1!. Spaet was unan-
imously elected president of the
le mh National Fund of Greater
Miami at a meeting al the Fpn
tainebleau Hotel, .lodge Spaet suc-
ceeds Joseph Cohen, who is the
new president of Temple Fmanu
El.
Other officers elected are: Rabbi
Arabs Arrested In
Bomb Attempt
JERUSALEM (WNS) Police
here announced the arrest of two
Arab teenagers alleged to have
been involved in the planting of a
bomb In th U.S. Consulate in Fast
Jerusalem.
The youths, who admitted mem-
bership in a terrorist gang, are
expected to be remanded for trial
when thej appear before a magis
irate Except for two ringleaders,
brothers from Hebron who are be-
lieved t" have fled to Jordan, vir-
tually all terrorists involved in the
recent bombln? incidents in Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv have been
arrested.
Irving Lehrman chairman of the
Foundation Committee; u a b l> i
Mayer Abramowitz, chairman o|
the Executive Board; Jaeob Pi h
man and Abraham Grunhut, vice
presidents; Sain Seli.iehnn. Iin.m
rial secretary; Mrs. Eva Blum and
Mrs. Beulah Dat reeni lin secre-
taries: Benjamin Appel, treasurer
and Mrs. vim.on Pies-,, comptrol-
ler.
Judge Spaet. who has just re-
turned from a tour of Israel with
his wife, Sally, hailed the work and
accomplishments of the Jewish
National Fund in evidence there.
"We never realized Ihc extenl of
the role the Fund is playing in the
progress Ol I he S'ate of Israel." he
commented "Eighty million trees
have been planted to slop erosion
and to give protection to the land
from hostile neighbors."
They also \ i iiti rl Miami's sister
city, Me Ann. ;i settlement estab-
I. shed throut'h contribution of the
Greater Miami Jewry to tl" Na
tional Fund "It was all illuminal
ing and ex ind we are in
spired in da ;ill we can to stn II 'th
Dr. Ithiel de Sola Pool Is First Lecturer
In Temple Israel Series On 1968 Elections
Dr. Ithiel de Sola Pool, head of
the Political Science department
at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, will launch the third
year of the Greenfield Adult Insti-
tute al Temple Israel of Greater
Miami at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Dr. Pool will be the first of
four speakers on the issues of the
1088 campaign, lecturing on "The
International Implications of the
November Flection." In addition
10 lii- other duties. Dr. Pool heads
up the Center for International
Studies at MIT.
Other speakers and their topics
.luring October will be: Rabbi Lev!
Olan of Dallas. 'Issues of Faith in
American Politics"; Will Maslow,
executive director of the American
Jewish Congress. "The Racial Im-
plications of the November Elec-
tion," and Harvard Law Professor
Adam Yarmolinsky. of the John F.
Kennedy Institute of Politics, "The
Urban Implications of the Novem-
ber Flection."
Prof. Pool has been a leader in
e the work oi .i\l Judge Spacl Count) Commissioner II.' is a past :|hp Hf>VP,opm,.nt of techniques by
declared. president of Temple Israel and the whjch detaUed projections of pub-
A former vice mayor of Miami Jewlsn Homc f,,r ,h'' Au'"1' ,n,l ls lie opinion can be made through
Beach. Judge Spacl has also served Past Exalted Ruler of Miami Beach I the simulation of attitudes and
., councilman and a a Dade Elks Lodge. |attitude changes. One of his num-
Jl'irold B. Spaet, left, newly-elected president of the
Jr vi !i National Fund of Greater Miami is conqratulatod by
Zev W. Koaan, Southeast Reqional Director.
DR. DE S01A POOt
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The Greenfield Institute's 25
weeks of lectures, seminars and
symposia will bring to Temple Is-
rael a number of the nation's
leading authors, religious leaders
and academicians addressing them-
selves to the year's theme, "Juda-
ism in America: Beyond Assimila-
tion." Subscriptions to the series
are available to the general public.
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post-World War II surge of students still remain, more than 20 years
later. Appropriately enough, the ROTC uses them Mildred Shum.n
of the Miami Beach Community Singers asks us to invite basses, hari-
tones, tenors, altos and sopranos for tryouts. The group meets on
Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in the band room of the Ida M. Fisher
Junior High School Interior designer Gcraldinc Farmer (Mrs.
Sidney Alterman of Bay Point) will spend several days this month in
New York with Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moriber. She's designing their
apartment in the a-building Jockey Club Art Bruns notes th;it
Carriage Club members and their guests are being treated to special
football outings at Miami Springs Villas. After a pre-game dinner, the
clan takes air-conditioned buses to and from the Orange Bowl, return
ing for refreshments and dancing Maurice Young, popular former
president of the Miami Beach Executives Club, received a plaque from
the Poetry Awards Foundation for his "humanitarian efforts." Pre en
tation was made in his Mt. Sinai Hospital room this week by Joel P.
Newman.
SPLINTERS: Former Miamian Haskell L. Lazere has been named
director of the New York chapter of the American Jewish Committee.
With another ex-Floridian, Nathan Perlmutter, in a top national posi-
tion with AJC, the organization's Gotham headquarters should have a
sunshine atmosphere. Ha'skell's wife, Ruth, is remembered as the very
effective director of the women's division of Israel Bonds here a few
years ago Current issue of Fortune magazine gives favorable
treatment to four leading national firms in booming food franchise
field, with Cliff and Stu Perlman of Lum's getting strong billing. With
an Abner's roast beef sandwich chain already started, and with Eagle
Army Navy Stores now available for franchising in Florida and Georgia,
the Lum's future looks even brighter Another University of
Miami graduate of the same era, Eli Timoner, has spearheaded expan-
sion efforts of Giffen Industries to the attention of Wall Street .
We visited New York for two days last week, and found the airline
business both ways extremely light. In fact, flights were cancelled
frequently, day and night, indicating the extremely low level of tourist
business to South Florida during the High Holy Days. On the other
hand, if you are counting on getting hotel or motel reservations for
relatives or friends planning to visit here in late December or early
January, time has almost run out. You had better hurry, unless you
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During sendees my mind wan-
dered.
I read somewhere thai people
who look seri-
uu-ly car. e
7.000 stars in
our galaxy
with just their
ej esno
scopes. Using
.1 telescope,
person coulo
see a hundrei
billion stai
These num-
bers : .'cle my
mind tr.ive.
wh".: man can
lt, then are niillio--- o! other
gdlaxies with millions of stars
thai exist in a constant cycle of
on and death: stars are
burn and stars die. Some live for
a hundred billion years, others
like our sun live a mere fifty
billion years,
The numbers, tl.e whys, the
hows are beyond the understand-
ing of man who tries to calculate
numbers,
I .! iir: eai h mirrors in a tinj
V ij lilt- and death in the uni-
B ng and endin [s i I
together u I patterns. For
man to be alh e. our planet has
to be .1 certain distance from the
sun, the sun has to be a ce
size and it has to give off a cer-
tain amount ,>f energy to warm
man. The elements necessary for
life on earth have to be present
in the right combinations just as
the universe, in order to exist as
it does, ha-- to have the right com-
bination a million times over,
\- the sen ice continued, I be-
gan in think ol the universe as an
enormous Ti.tkei' Toy. carefully
tructed to move. The more
intricate the Kil.ncc. the more
difficult is thi design. Cyclic or-
der in the mystery cf existence'
inspires awe. We know that the
stars contantl) turn iu rotation
and tiie universe expands as the
galaxies move farther away from
each other.
The time is nut d'stanl when
we will be able to use telescopes
- de of our own atmosphere
jnd 11 lie able to describe
more even if we can't explain it.
We ilo know tor certain that
the universe is demanding in its
need for order. Whenever man
discovers answers to questions
about the universe it becomes
even in the smallest details
thai what we discover is finei in
concept and design than anything
man could hat I
.. i andom eui -
I Thant is Criticized
For Pro-Arab Stand
Continued From Page 1-A
Mr. That t said, adding, "it would
seem to me tliat as a general rule
the Emphasis shouid be on the re-
sults rather than on procedure."
Mr. Thant had si id, "In 1949, al
the Rhodes ni al ms the
e brought to-
tin under the rhair-
mansl g mediator
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Mayor Dermer
Will Report To
1500 Men's Club
\ Re] oii To D from Ma; >r
Jaj Dermer oi Miami Beach will
!ht the : meeti
Wen's Club Sun la) F >1-
- breakfast \ I 9 a.m. al the
" taurant, the
ik and take part in
a quesl i inswer session at l():30
a.m. in the auditorium of the 1200
Building. Neighbors and friends
are invited to participate.
agreements reached by indirect
'talks through him." But Israeli cir-
cles s.,v Mr. Than- lias been mis-
informed.
\\ hile Israeli c rcli i I with
Mr Thanl s assertion thai Dr. Jar-
n "must' be discreel
and confidential." they addedin
renl a usion to the Thant
reporl "this t course should ap-
ply to all forms ol publicity and
otiicial reports."
"The 1949 took place
not only at Rhodes," they said
"The agreement with Syria was
negotiated^ Switzerland and the
Lebanon agreement al Rosh Ham-
ikrah in Israel. In all these ca-< s,
the negotiations were held in for-
mal conferences and official proto-
cols were kept As in any other
I conference, understandings were
isornetimei reached informally but
at all times this was done in joint
ings between official repre-
tat Ms ot the parties, In any
c ise, the refusal ol the Arab states
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in time and place that acknowl-
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its wandering.
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Clul held Tuea lay al 8 p.m.
At < YM VWHA of Greater
Mii 8500 SW Eighth St., Dr. Al
Tim. director of Health and
Phyj i-al Education, begins tram-
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Br i... classes with Mrs. Veeda
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Morton Hill, left, chairman of the Urban Crisis Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Richard Abel,
right, chairman of the Committee on Data Processing, confer
with Lecn Ko^'an. Fftiornr^r- n-psident, on the proqress
of their committees' assignments.
Progress Reported On
Two Federation Studies
ACCRA (WNS) -- An offer to
pbjina of training facilities^iq al]
branches of medicine was made
here by a high Israeli official now
"ii a tour u! Ghanian hospitals and
clinics.
The visit* r Dr Elizabeth Pod-
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rael Labor Federation, Histadrut,
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Ghanian Trade i 'nio in i e in
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The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
ANN SHIER
will take place
Sunday, October 6th at 11 a.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Sol Landau
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Friends and relatives are
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Committee on Data Processing an-
nounced that their work would be
completed by the end of the year.
The progress reports were sub-
mitted to a meeting of the Federa-
tion's executive committee by
Morton Hill, chairman of the com-
mittee charged with surveying the
Federation's rule and responsibili-
ty in helping to solve urban ghetto
problems, and by Richard Abel,
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ttvymour It. iiebman
.T^g. BOOK OP TRADITION
By ABRAHAM IBN DAUD
With Translation and Notes By
Cerson D. Cohen
A cliche used by many rabbis
on Purim is that every genera-
tion has its Ilaman. Anti-Semites
have always been with us and
have plagued our peace but Juda-
ism has survived all their attacks.
The greater problem has been
with those within the ranks of
Judaism rather than from the out-
siders. For over 400 years (ca.
850-ca. 1300) traditional Jewry
was the subject of venomous at-
tacks by the Karaites. These
"Followers of the Bible" belong-
ed to a Jewish sect which denied
the Oral Law, contending that the
Bible was the exclusive authority.
They asserted that its words were
to be followed literally. The writ-
ings of the Karaites provided
ammunition for Moslems and
Christians which they used to be-
devil traditional or Rabbinite
Jewry.
"The baselessness of the Kara-
ite contentions was demonstrated
by the fact that the overwhelm-
ing majority of the Jews have
been Rabbinites and have held
the Karaites in utter contempt."
This is taken from Sefer Ha-Qab-
balah, Th Book of Tradition,
written by Abraham Ibn Daud in
the 12th century and now appear-
ing in a new edition with transla-
tion and notes by Gerson D. Co-
hen (Jewish Publication Society,
S7.50>.
Ibn Daud died in 1126 in Cor-
doba, Spain, where he had served
as rabbi, teacher and communal
leader. His Book of Tradition
served for 800 years after his
death as a prime source of infor-
mation for much of Jewish his-
tory. The book offers us a glimpse
into the Jewish society and life
in medieval Granada. Seville,
Cordoba and other places in
Spain.
A graduate of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, Dr. Cohen is a
professor of history at Columbia
University. His work is the result
of extensive research not only in
secondary sources but in primary
sources. His paragraph on the
subjects of conversation at the
home of a great Jewish scholar
in the year 1100 recalls the old
French adage, "the more things
change, the more they are the
same." The following excerpt
corroborates this statement:
"A Jewish captive had to be
ransomed; a burdensome tax on
the Jews had to be met; a school
was in straits: a Jewish grandee
had brought ridicule upon the
Bible; a Muslim fanatic was
poisoning the air; something
had to be done about the brazen
skepticism of youth as a conse-
quence of the philosophy that
was making headway. Did you
hear about how ha-Levi brought
the house down when someone
brought a woman into the phil-
osophical gathering? ."
Ibn Daud was the first to at-
tempt a systematic reconstruction
of Judaism in the light of Aris-
totelianism and his work had a
great affinity to the thought* of
Maimonides. The major motiva-
tion for his work was his fear of
the influence of the works of the
Karaites, their boring from with-
in the faith and the false image
that they projected. Similar fears
concerning corruption of the faith
from within might be considered
today.

MRS. EILEEN F. GOLDSTEIN
The Southeast I harmaceutical
Association, in conjunction with
National Pharmacy Week and
Community Health Week, is spon-
soring an Essay Contest for all
Junior and Senior High School stu-
dents in Dade County.
The title of the essay is "Ex-
panding Horizons in Pharmacy
What This Can Mean to My Fu-
ture." The purpose of the essay
contest is to give students insight
to the many challenging and diver-
sified career opportunities in the
field of Pharmacy. The essays are
to be 500 words or less, typewrit-
ten, and at the end of the entry
the name, address, school and tele
phone number should appear.
The contest begins Oct. 6 and
ends Oct. 31. 1968. Winners will be
announced on Nov. 5. All entries
should be sent to Mrs. Eileen F.
Goldstein. R. Ph., Executive Board
Member. Southeast Pharmaceuti-
cal Assn.. 13835 SW 77th Ave.,
Miami. Florida 33158.
The Pharmacist Today
; A,* < f>
i-i Tu>j* MitionilrMi 11V Wedftan excellent time ?.
, how the pharmacist works lor better community hei
Usual contact with the pharmacist is in the commui
pharmacy. It is to him that our prescription orders arc :.,
for the dispensing of prescribed drugs, His pharmacy genes
community as a health center, and his education and experiei
make him an excellent source of information regarding |
use. handling and storage of our health needs.
Some 124.000 pharmacists practice in the United Stal
This includes community pharmacists, hospital pharmacists!
pharmacists in industry, education, government and others. Near-
ly 100.00 pharmacists practice their profession in the nation's
54,000 community pharmacies.
A degree in pharmacy requires five years of academic study
today. Several pharmacy colleges require six years. Following
graduation, a pharmacist mast pass a rigid examination by the
State Board of Pharmacy in the state of his choice before he is
licensed.
The community pharmacist is an authoritative advisor to the
physician as an immediate source of information regarding the
latest advances in drug therapy. With new pharmaceuticals in-
troduced constantly, it is essential that physicians have some
one to whom they can turn for the necessary' information about
these medications.
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ADVICE FROM YOUR PHARMACIST ...
Today's medications have immense potential for both harm and
good. People need professional guidance from their physician, and
pharmacists in the safe and proper use of today's drugs.
There are times, for example, when people jeopardize their lives
or their health by taking esif medication preparations that are In-
compatible with the prescription medication ordered for them by
their physicians.
This being National Pharmacy Week, here is some advice from
your pharmacist:
Read the label completely. If you do not understand the mei
or warnings, ask your pharmacist.
Be sure you know what you are using the self medication
product for. Have you diagnosed your illness correctly?
If you are taking any prescription-legend drug, consult your
pharmacist before you take a self-medication drug for some every-
day ill."
If your symptoms do not disappear within a reasonable period
of time of self-medication use. see your physician.
Keep self-medication products and prescribtion dru:> >ut of
the reach of children.
Drug Use and Misuse
PRESENTED THROIGH THE 1WRTESY OF THE
A drug has been defined as any (
substance which by its chemical
nature influences the structure or !
function of the living organism.
Such a definition includes medi-
cine, but it also covers household
and industrial chemicals, some bev- |
erages and tobacco.
The public has come to expect to
use drugs in almost every instance
of therapy today. We expect to buy
and use drugs for self-medication.
Some individuals have become
too confident in the curative effects
of drugs for their ailments. This
attitude appears to be a key part
of the overuse and thus misuse of
drugs. Still others attempt to draw
a "chemical curtain" between
themselves and life's pressures.
Drugs are double-edged swords.
They have great power for good and
great potential for harm, especially
if misused or abused. There is one
drug that in large doses has been
observed to affect the heart, pro-
duce shock and coma and damage
the liver. It is acetylsalicylic acid
or, as it is better known, plain
aspirin.
We can only wonder how many
disease symptoms are being mask-
ed by continued self-medication, or
how many work days are lost, or
how much the country's medical
care cost is increased through mis-
guided auto-therapy.
If you are taking medications
prescribed by your physicians, ask
your pharmacist for advice before
you take any remedy for the so-
called "everyday ills." As an au-
thority on the chemistry of drugs
I and the effects of drugs in com-
bination, your pharmacist is well-
qualified to counsel you. This is
National Pharmacy Week. Visit
your pharmacist and talk with him
about the safe and proper use of
today's powerful medicines.
ACME PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
118S.E. 1st Street, Miami
J. E. KATSCH, Registered Pharmacist
ALLAPATTAH PHARMACY
2000 N.W. 17th Ave. 635-7321
BAKER'S PHARMACY
400 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
WILL BAKER GEORGE BAKER
BENNETTS DRUG STORE
1288 N.W. 119th St., Miami 757-1827
BISCAYNE SHORES PHARMACY
10980 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 757-18 27
BORINQUEN DRUG STORE
2700 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
ESTHER COUVERTIER
BOYLE'S PHARMACY
i 2511 Biscayne Boulvard, Miami
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
WARREN W. WELTERS, Owner 634-7233
BUDGET DRUGS
3001 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
CENTER PHARMACY, INC.
9727 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
CONGER CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35th Street 635-6723
CORAL PARK DISCOUNT PHARMACY
9722 SW. 8th Street 221-0353
CUTLER RIDGE PHARMACY, INC.
Walgreen Agency Next to A&P
10871 Caribbean Blvd., Cutler Ridge
CUTLER RIDGE LIGGETT
SEX ALL DRUG STORE
20217 S. Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge-235-6731
DADELAND MEDICAL APOTHECARY
7400 North Kendall Drive, Miami
Dadeiand Medical Bldg.
Congra tu la tions
BEN SAKS, president of the South-
east Florida Pharmaceutical Assn.,
will spend a week in Boston, Mass.,
attending the 70th annual conven-
tion of the National Association of
Retail Druggists, sessions of the
Metropolitan Pharmaceutical Assn.
executives and meetings of Rho
Pi Phi pharmaceutical fraternity's
Supreme Council.
Study Group Discusses
Needs of Urban Renewal
"The Social Needs of the Com-
munity in Urban Renewal Areas"
! was to have been discussed at the
: second study group meeting of
I Coral Division. National Council of
Jewish Women at 10 a.m. Thursday
; at the home of Mrs. Ben Kazan,
115 Pinto Road.
Mrs. Dorothy Adside, principal
of Douglas Elementary School, was
i to be the resource person for the
discussion led by Mrs. Joshua
'Segal.
to our
LOCAL PHARMACIES
on
NATIONAL PHARM ACY WEEK
CRANDON WHOLESALE DRUG CO.
60 N.W. 6th Street, Miami
McKESSON & ROBBINS, INC.
7455 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
HATTON DRUG COMPANY
2200 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami
S & S PHARMACEUTICAL CO.
1400 N.E. 131st Street
North Miami-757-8541


lay, October 4. 1968
+J(wist> fhridian
Pcqe 13-A
ationa
PHARMACY ^ek October 6-13
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health
THE NATION sets aside this week to recognize
its pharmacists for unceasing and unselfish devotion
to their dufy and to their hand-in-hand service with
your physician, twenty-four hours a day; day in and
day out in all seasons and ell weather, your pharmacist
is ever ready in any emergency that may arise.
THE LOCAL DRUG STORES represented on tu:-<
page e-e observing NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK.
They will bring to your attention the professional side
of pharmacy, as we!! as educational matters of inter-
est. Remember, a hand that helps stop disease
belongs to your dedicatd community pharmacist.
f Of I ONI Y#. PHARMACIES WHO CORMAM. tV MXYiTE YOV TO YiSIT TIE Ft It STORES
DOCTORS APOTHECARY, INC.
12990 W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami
DON'S DRUGS
6234 South Dixie Highway, South Miami
667-3684
DOUGLAS PHARMACY
3717 S.W. 8th Street, Coral Gables-443-1239
DRUG CITY DRUG STORE
20 S.E. 3rd Avenue (Roper Bldg.) Miami
374-6796
ECONOMY DRUG STORE
1101 N.W. 3rd Ave. 373-1264
5720 N.W. 17th Ave. 696-2421
FAMILY DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach
FARINAS PHARMACY
2281 Coral Way, Miami 446-9424
FERRANTE'S DRUG & LIQUOR STORE
1836 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
FIFTY FORTH STREET DRUG STORE
1201 N.W. 54th St., Miami 754-6401
FLORIDA PHYSICIANS APOTHECARY
3146 Coral Way, Miami
9209 Bird Road, Miami
FRANJO PHARMACY, INC.
9715 E. Hibiscus, Perrine
RAY SEDLER, Owner
GALLOWAY PHARMACY
7035 S.W. 87th Ave. 271-3081
GUSAR DRUG
18430 Collins Ave., Miami Beach-945-2617
JACKSON DRUGS
1701 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami-377-3741
JAMES DRUG SHOP INC.
30 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami-374-1779
JET DRUGS
2699 N.W. 54th Street-635-1154
KALERS MEDICAL ART DRUGS
834 NW 183 St., N. Miami Beach-621-0751
KASDIN'S DRUGS
2232 Collins Ave., Miami BEACH-538-8488
LA CARIDAD PHARMACY
2343 N.W. 7th Street, Miami-635-2995
LEE'E PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES
7880 Coral Way, Miami
401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
2525 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
5898 Sunset Drive, Miami
LUDLUM REXALL DRUGS, INC.
1601 S.W. 67th Ave., West Miami-661-7097
MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY
1500 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 538-2561
MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach-532-4125
MIAMI SHORES PHARMACY
954C N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
MIAMI SPRINGS REXALL PHARMACY
45 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
MILLER DRUG CO. INC. OF MIAMI
217 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami
371-6731 or 371-5862
NELSON'S PHARMACY
6939 S.W. 57th Avenue, Coral Gables
BOB NELSON, Owner
NORTHWEST REXALL PHARMACY
676 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
M. C. SMITH, Pharmacist
PALM AVENUE PHARMACY
4100 Palm Avenue, Hialeah-822-4461
PARK SHORE PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami 754-9508
PAUL'S DRUG'S, INC.
145C1 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami-685-1506
PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY
IN PROFESSIONAL ARTS CENTER BIDG.
1150 N.W. 14th St., Miami-3790803
OSCAR COLSKY
QUINTERO PHARMACY
119C S.W. 1st St., 379-3686
RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
2170 N.E. 123 St. (Broad Causeway)
Miami-758-5501
RICHMOND HEIGHTS DRUGS
14638 Lincoln Boulevard
CLARENCE & OLIVIE EDWARDS, Owners
RtVIERA PHARMACY
472C Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables
ROBIN PHARMACY
992C N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami
SHELDON'S DRUGS
9501 Harding Ave., Surtside
2903 Coliinr Ave., Miami Beach
SIMS DRUGS
409C East 8th Avenue, Hialeah 696-4711
SPILLER'S DRUGS
8227 S.W 124th$treet-238-6041
TARASCH PHARMACY
18315 N.W. 7th Ave.-621-9961
TOWN DRUG, INC.
535C Palm Avenue, Hialeah
PHILIP BERKELL, ALBERT BARON, Owners
WEST MIAMI PHARMACY
7365 S.W. 8th St., Miami
SAMUEL SLOBAN, Pharmacist
JOSEPH DUNAYER, Pharmacist


Paqe 14-A
*. knitt nnrrdFiftr
Friday October 4 i368
Bpfween You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Schools Open With Decline In Enrollment
u
INDER the
shadow of
the apprehen-
sion that a fur-
ther decline in
the enrollment
in America's
Jewish schools
especially in
afternoon schoolsmay take
. the new school year has
nn.
The attendance in Jew
n 800.0 0
- ars to 540 000 in
il ; e ir just ided.
This is a substantial decline.
All indications point to the
po gibility that during the new
school year the number of pu-
p Is in all I j pea of Jew ish
schoolswith the exception per-
haps o! schools will
i r down.
Several reas ns are seen as
n : !o the decline
in the number of pupil- in after-
. On ol he major
i. a ons i e anization
wh'c I ace in the
general ; lublic school sj
tin- {.Jewish fami-
lies like many of their non-
Jewish neighbors who do not
want to be involved in racial
issuesare moving to the sub-
mi)" where the public school
problem is not so acute.
Hut there they may find a
J i. :. S day -. hool but mi
afternoon school. Ami most ol
them are nol interested enough
to i -'i I ish an afternoon school
'ilia-, then- children, who had
attended ich a school in iii
a
ation.
\ 'her rea on for the antici
pated dwindling in the enroll-
ment in the schools is the de-
cline in Jewish birth rate. The
results nt this decline were felt
last year both in the Sunday
schools and in the afternoon
-c Ii lOls.
A third reason ;- the grow ing
indifference to Jewish educa-
tion ot their children on the
pai ol 'I"' second an I third
erations ol American-born
it-
Then comes the loo: ih reas hi
ical shortasi >! |ual
fied Jewish teachers. While
Sunday schools where .[.
education is minimal can
tion with less qualified
ers. this cannot be Ihe i.i-
thc afternoon schools .> h
tempi tn give the pupils
eMended .lew ish !-
The lack ol qualified ti
hampers not onlj the
n<
id ntial sections, i ,,i
: the I'M-'
th cities
Panortunc:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
r^
The Death Of A Man Named Shmuel
A MAN NAMED SHMUEL died the other day.
*"* Unlike Mortimer or Seymour or Ferdinand or
names like that. Shmuel is not a name thai attracts
special interest. It is a very common Jewish name
ilt is a good American name. loo. There was Shmuel
Adams, in the American Revolutionalthough in
English wo call him "Sam Adams, the father of th''
American Revolution." And then, of course, there i*
your old Uncle Shmuel. or, as we say in English,
Uncle Sam.)
This man of whom I am speaking would very
likely have been called Sam. had he lived in
America. When the American Revolution started.
Sam Adams l ..! a little shop where he sold malt
for brewing His sign on the .-hop from read: Sam
Vdams, Mall Shop. Maybe ii this man ol whom I
peaking bad lived in America, he would have
been a merchant ot some kind also, with the name
Sam' on his -hep front,
Hut be didn't live in America, so they called him
Shmuel. Me lived in a little town in the Ukraine, in
Russia, Manv .lews, to esc ipe the anti-Semitism in
Russia, iiad gone to America. But Shmuel didn't.
Mav be it was because the anti-Semitism in the
Ukraine was worse than in other parts of Russia
thai Shmuel decided that .lews had no alternative
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Soviets Threaten Both I. S., Israel
Washington
COINCIDENTAL with the invasion of
** Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union
has made ominous military moves in the
Mediterranean aimed at both Israel and
'he United Slates
Russian TU-16 jet bombers, bearing
E ptian markings and operating from
Arab air bases, now mainta;n surveillance
Over Israeli naval units and the U.S. Sixth Fleet The lets
in- flown by Soviet advisers" and are equipped with the
latest radar and anti-submarine devices.
In response id a series of probing inquiries by Rep
Hub W'iNon (R-Calif.l a member of the House Armed
Services Committee and chairman of the Republican Con-
gressional Committee, the State Department has finally
admitted that the supersonic Russian jet bombers, tech-
nically transferred to the United Arab Republic "air in-
ventory" are flying surveillance missions directed at the
U.S. Navy in the Mediterranean which also scrutinize Is-
raeli naval and maritime activity. Russian naval procedure
in that area is highly sophisticated. Intelligence obtained
by criss-crossing aerial patterns is transmitted to Soviet
surface ships and submarines Every ship is charted, many
are trailed.
Assistant Secretary of State William B. Macomber. Jr.,
also admitted that the latest estimates place about 4.(100
Russian and Eastern European military personnel in the
areaincluding about 2.000 in Egypt, 1.000 in Syria and
nearly 1.000 in Algeria. When Rep. Wilson expressed Ins
belief thai there .ire twice thai many. Mr. Macnmhcr con-
ceded that the inclusion of Soviet technical personnel
could give a total "i between 8.000 and 10.000
"The State Department's admissions accentuate the
deterioration ol the situation in the Mediterranean and
the urgent need for new policies challenging the growing
Communist military infrastructure there.'' Rep. Wilson
said. He cited Mr Maconiber's assertion that "while we
do not have information to the effect that the Soviet
Union is establishing bases in Arab countries, we are
aware the Soviets have access to certain operational ia-
cilities in the area, end that there are installations which,
if made available to the Soviet Union in tune of crisis,
would improve their strategic position."
We cannot bury our heads in the sand We must
lace up to the daring Communist stratcgv The least
we can do is to bolster Israels deterrent capacity by
selling her the Phantom jet fighter bombers required .
;.s spelled out in the 19fi8 Republican platform just adopt-
ed. To do less would invite intensification of the Com-
munist drive which is obviously intended to exploit the
preoccupation and indecision of the Administration in its
defense and foreign policies."
Out Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
New Film Unit Tackles Social Issues
MNIVERSAL FILM STUDIOS' chief executive and
head of the President's Club, Lew Wasserman,
is one oi the prime movers of a new. non-profit mo-
tion picture company devoted to the production of
movies dealing with racial relationships, problems
of poverty and contemporary social issues
During a recent press conference, some of the
principals in the venture primarily Marlon Brando.
Jean Simmons. Jack Lemmbn, Candice Bergen and
Elizabeth lames, said the stars have not been doing
enough for interracial understanding. Together with
film director Robert Wise and writer Rod Serling.
they expressed strong feelings on the subject, so
close to the American people today. No major studio
contemplates participation in the venture Mr. Wise,
who worldwide, wants to contribute his sen-ice for the
cause of humanity. He is going to capture his audi-
ence this time by exploring, as objectively as possi-
ble, the many facets of the relationship- between
black and white Americans.
During the session at the Screen Directors Guild,
the press asked why not one Negro was participating
in the discussion. Wise quickly pointed out that
Harry' Belafonte and Sidney Poitier belong to the
nucleus of creative film personalities involved in
the project, but urgent business out of town pre-
vented Ihem lroni attending.
Joshua Logan departed with a casl of so ;,;,;.
cxiras and a crew f l.io to film the rollicking
musical. 'Pain! Your Wagon," for which Paddy
Chayefsky and Alan .lav Lerner have written a
brand-new screenplaj which allow- the Fredc ick
l-oewe score to be integrated naturailv into th
Gordon Stulberg, president of CBS Films an-
nounced the purchase of \|e. Natalie." a come Iv
o in produced by writer Stanley Shapiro and di-
rected bj Fred Coe with Patty Duke plaving the
lille role Julian Blaustein is producing 'Three
Into Iwo Won'l Go," from the novel by Vndrea
! "' .<>r i nivei tal m London Stars Rod Sti
" laire Bloom and Dame Peggy Ashcrofl
1 'ini- m i; ,mc consulting with producer-din
creenwnter Ken Annakin regardin tarrina
role in The \l(),,. carlo Rally," Paramount saga
about the annual European Ruto races Vrthur
Cohn ha- teamed with Carlo Ponti for \ place for
ItTI'u' m 'H' '""'<"'<'(l bv Vl""ri0 "' Sica, with
Marcello Mastro-anm and Faye Dunaway starrina
Cameras are rolling in Italy and Switzerland where
i ohn. son-in-law of an Israeli cabinet minister has
his permanent residence Elmer Bernstein ,s
composing and Don Black writing the Ivrics for the
musical numbers of "Where's Jack- now shoot -
in .re land. Actor-produeer Stanley Baker has ZZ"s
Clavell directing and Tommy Steele in the title roS
out to build up then ow It COU
and made uo bis mind to leave for
Palestine ll""*and. a few oth r-
were driven in a wagon to the station and
.ill of the 300 Jews who lived in that lie:, i
lown came to the station to see them oil And
Well, getting back to Shmuel When his
re ched in destination, be took a boat, final
riving in Palestine. There was no commit:, e
him, there was no job waiting for him. Bui
ahead of I he speech made by President John ]
nedy. Shmuel did not ask what his count rv co
for him. but what he could do for the com
and some otheis decided to start a settlement
they came to the place decided upon. Shmuel
his companions were not exactly overjoyed bv
they saw.
They questioned an old Arab who .v.,- p.
about it. He told them there had been a setl
there before, but all the settlers had fled
"And before that" asked Shmuel
"Yes," he said, "there had been a col
Germans there, but they are all gone r>r dca
you diins an) of the water here, your bellv
swell and m Hired days you will be dead.
It didn't look cheerful, but at least there
no anti-Semites around. (There were Bedouu
course, who look pot shots at you. but yoil e.i
them anti-Semites for they are Semites, too i
Anyway, they decided lo settle there
named it Nahalal, a name from the Bibl<
translates, I think a- "pleasantly watered mi
or something like that They took courage fi i
name they had chosen whenever 'hings gol I
Shmuel married a nice girl named Deborah
loved each other and mi were relatively happv
place had it- up, and downs, but it was dew
nicely when one day Shmuel got very siek II
feared thai unless someone could go to towi
medicine th.- doctor ordered, he might not Ii.
a fellow named Moshe Harsky volunteered u,
:l There were no cars then- Moshe had no I
!" rtation except a donkey. After he left. Ihej
and waited Finally, the donkey came back. hi.
Moshe Barsky. Later they found his bodv bv
roadside, and signs he had been murdered bv .
Bedouin.
Shmuel and his wife vowed that if they h
son. thev would name him after Moshe Baiskv
And that is how Moshe Dayan. son of SI
and Deborah, got the name, "Moshe."
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Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Cricket Invasion
READING THE UNITED STATES cricket
Greal Britain is John l. Marner, a Los \
'';>' who is president of the U.S. Cricket \-
' nerican cricket team- have visited B
'hi- is the in-.- tour bv a team selected from i
bdi. in tl,,. United States.
Born in England, Harder plaved with Ih
iim lev, h Junior Cricket Club hefoie c mr
1 mted states. In 1<)(;(; |, wai ,,. American I
al the International Cricket Conferee,-,
id !. Landesberg and Michael .1 VI
named chairmen ol US teams (or the E
Mai cabiah 'lames m i.r,|,.|
( Landi sberg, a Philadelphia insurance ex<
'be tennis committee He is a Ion
oer ol the t nited States Lawn Tennis \--.
erved with its American Federation Cud Commi'
its Publication Committee II- is also U.S.L.T.A
development chairman for the Eastern United
A varsity letteiman m basketball, tennis II
at Duke University in the 1940-s, I-indsberg -
sS^eSiden| of ,nc p|'1adelphia Tennis Associa
i.K>7(>8 and founded the Philadelphia indoor
championships Morse, of Kendall Fla.. headed th-
ing committee, a position he held with the 165 Mac
Games team.

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Friday, October 4, 1988
+Je*isti nt-rHicnn
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
For The World
Paqe 15-A
By RABBI RALPH KINGSLEY,
Temple Sinai of North Dad*
In his classic work "The Essence
of Judaism," the late, revered and
heroic leader of Gorman Jewry,
Rabbi Leo Baeck. described what
he called the
three paradoxes
of the Jewish
faith.
The first, he
found in the
nature of God,
who is acknowl-
edged as "the
distant and
holy One. apart
from all that is
human (while
bring) at the
same time the
*" Kiogsley near 0ne the
Cod of my heart"
The second paradox, as Baeck
described i;. is "the fact of human
freedom man as bound
bv Ms 'i- el independent
and free lo >ose his path." The
third eonci rn he worth of man"
the eternal meaning of his life
in the fac finitude and mor-
tality."
This week's rorah portion sug-
I gests yet i fi .. i paradox, M is< -
I m address his People shortly
[ before hi; says, "Give ear.
I ye heav. n> nd let the earth
J hear (hi lords oi my mouth."'
Isnt il stra: ge that Moses,
though directly to the
PP|1 had led from I
Egypt -errs of the Prom- ;
ised Land, should address himself
t" th. -.,: ro! os itselfto the '
"eavi i (h( earth? Strange
only to those who do not under-
stand the nature of the Jewish
faith,
Judaism has frequently been ac-
cused of being particularistic, nar-
row in its traditions and customs,
clannish in its appeal. In part, this
is true. Our ways have been, are.
j and must continue to be different
and unique, lest we cease to exist
as a people.
But let no man say that our
message is parochial or that our
value structure is meant for the
possession of the chosen few. The
i greatness of Judaism (its paradox
| if you will) is that in its uniqueness
I it speaks to the entire universe; in
its particularism, it seeks to be a
universal faith, pursuing a Messi-
anic goal for all of mankind.
The very High Holy Days which
. we have just concluded under-
>core the point. Our prayers were
' m-t for ourselves but for our
world: a world for which we are
isible; a world to which we
must bring equality, respect for
persons, freedom and peace.
Paradox or not, it is my firm
( ii iction that only in loyalty to
Own unique and particular way
e will we help to bring about
much longed-for time for
H h we pray at every worship
ser ice "when abomination; (read
ty, bigotry, war I shall be
the world shal i rferted
he reign of th( Almighty."
the heavens and the irth
ar to that, ant 11 orka
hands help to
.--
Question Box
Why does th* last line in the
Sefer Torah traditionally end in
the middle of the width of the
page?
The techniques and style of writ-
ing of the Sefer Torah are matters
of sacred tradition that have been
handed down through the ages.
Some claim that the reason the
last word of the Sefer Torah is
placed in the middle of the line
(and the writing does not continue
to the end of the line) is that those
,who read the Torah can be im-
bued with the moral lesson which
is to teach them that one can
never "finish" the study of even
one line in the Torah. As much
erudition as one amasses, one is
still "in the middle."
Other customs demonstrate this
ame ideal. For example, on the
occasion when one reaches the
end of the reading of the Torah he
must immediately begin from the
first verse to show that he has not
ended his study of the Torah.
A traditional scholar is known
as a "Talmud Chacham" (i.e.. "a
wise student" or "student of a
wise man") to indicate that the
greatest scholar is still a student
and that no one ever completes
his role as a student.
Why are three special Biblical
verses recited bv the worshipper
before leaving the synagogue or
upon finishing the service at
home?
The Midia- : Esther (Chapter
7) relate- he days of the
peril thai .' m >ver the Jews in
the Pers a in the days of
Hainan's r power, Mordecai
met three leaving the
house of and asked them to
repeal the Bible they
had stun e< iat school day.
('ne child verse from
Proverbs 3 25 Be not afraid of
sudden terrot either of the de-

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Haazinii 4
Moses addresses all the assembled Israelites.
"Give ear. ye heavens, and I will speak: And let the earth
hear the words of my mouth" (Deut. 32:1).
HAAZINUMoses1 song beginning "Give ear, ye heavens,
and I will speak" contains the principal elements in the unique
relationship between God and His people Israel.
Moses opens with a call to heaven and earth to witness his
declaration.
From the beginning of time, Moses asserts, the Lord had
chosen Israel for a special place among the nations of the world.
He had first singled out Israel in the desert, when he lovingly
led them into the land of Canaan. But Israel. Moses prophesies
would abandon their God for foreign idols. Then God would send
a cruel nation to enslave and torment the children of Israel.
Eventually, however, God would have compassion on His beloved
people and wreak vengeance on Israel's tormentors.
All the nations would then behold how the Lord had
avenged the blood of His servants and had made expiation for
the land of His people.
At God's command. Moses prepares to ascend Mount Nebb,
in the land of Moah. From there at a distance he is to glimnse
the Promised Land and die; as Aaron had died at Mount Hor.
"Because ye trespassed against Me in the midst of the chil-
dren ol Israel at the waters of Meribathkadesh. in the wilder-
ness of Zin: because ye sanctified Me not in the midst of the
children of Israel'' (Deuteronomy 32:51).
This recounting of the Weekry Porrlcr. of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Herita.ge,"
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.

struction of the wicke i en it
-." A second child
the verse in Isa ii 8:10
counsel together ar
hi to iv... hi i].. .
and it shall no: stand: for (5
I with us." The ihird chil
forth the vers Isa
i "Even to old ag< i am ".
j and even to hoary hair I
', you; I have b ar:
! yea. I will carrj an : I .
i
It was these verses that gave
Mordecai hope and faith. A Jew
:i prayei i in the syna ;ogue is in
me kind oi ; rotecth e custody.
Leaving the synagogue or leaving
the moo I ol ayer the Jew goes
nit to face the raw world of reality
' hich has so fti n displayed its
harshness to him through various
forms : m such as anti-
tism,
#V elialous *^ervices
Poll tr the Hieh :' I period
Fynagojrues and temples throughout u rater Mian vill'
BETH RAPHAEL 'EMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave Cr rjrrvative. Rabbi
David Ra.it- Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
' '" i ..>:.. in
' ord of God "
SUCCOT. Sunday, ; m Monday,
i ,,: Sv iah and
:hr Hurrlca "':> nday t 30 a m ,
Pi rmei
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 414*
Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
launch the joyous I Sunda Krnn cfT^a^a,c'"vi"r. .^
the Fr=sii\-n) Days which n MondaV and T\
ind Cofcaervativi cm i with temple generally ..'., j"
l.ratiruj only on Sunday at day. and Mr- r, i:.,,-,
WdBnesdaj I bet :re marked beth TFiua,r71ise~eiciid Ave. or.
[ays of th( SUCCOl Festival thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rarkovsky.
The therm ol Mm holiday is the Sucvah or temporar v cuban hebrYw*congregation.
Ilp in synagogues and in homes where manv families eat their meals I 1Z42 Washington Ave. orthodox.
'luring th, holidi m?l JfeST-1*
In the synagogues, worshippers use the Four Specie:
[the LuJav and Eti durinj services.
8 '*' ;' '" ""' das I in o urdav R \- -i m
' T | ir succot ;/ x ,
P ii in n m s. rmi ti. !.." i
Do V< Follow \ hi, .. y. 8:45 a m
BETH TORAH. 14th St. and NaT 11th I *....... __ ''"'"'
Ave. Conservative, Ratsi Max Lip. *~"
schit*. Cantor Jacob Renier. FT. LAUDERDALE
: Salurdi [iar M ____-____
BETH IMABL (TBMPLe), 547 e.
Oakland Pa-k Blvd. Rabbi Shel.
SUCCOT. Sunday, | rin Edward* Cantor Theodora
Mindich.
1 c..,,, ^, ~z
EMAVIJ-FL (80 Andrews Ave.
------#------ Reform. Rabbi Rirhard M. Leviton.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION Cantor Jerorre K'e-nent.
. : :i m.
i m Monday, 0
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- 'SRAEL (TtMWLfc). OF GREATER
TION. ^85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. [ MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Cantor Morris Barr. Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
R,
, EMANU-EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabb'
Irving Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday. ,' |, turd, v. f a m. Bar
I Mltzvah: Jrrulil In "f Mr. and
Mrs Kalm ['nil..... nd David, son
of Mr. and Ml i.>'ii- rioltxpr.
SUCCOT. -' 6 m Monday and
13SIV) W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
SUCCOT
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183ro *!
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Rv-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner
! vi: p m \- i -
HALLANOALE
HALLANDALE JEW'SH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL EMPLE). S. 14th Ava.
Reform. Rabb, Sarxual Jaffe.
ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave. mary'.-. Baby Is There a Jewlah
------------ Mewae?"
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken. SUCCOT. Sunday 7 30 m Receo- Tu,sday. mi .In-.in '-npreiration, i
dall Dr., s. Miami. Reform. Rabbi .,, ,-,,,. children and purtnts Mon- ,0'30 a-m
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael,!,,! |j
____ ny, mon r "A 1 t-
SINAI (TEMPLE.#oF NORTH DADE fu'cCOT -' \,'''Vv' Bay
Temoorary office. 18801 NE 22rd ., m
Ave. Reform. Rahhi Ralph Kingsiey. ------a____
Cantor Maurice A. Neu.
Pi Idi v S:1S p r
d, Harry Kin I.
.
sue cot. Bunda;
a n.
Kyrr.
Str(\V)T Sunday, 11:16 a.m Scr-
non: "What'a Our Su< eal P*oi Mon-
di>, 9 a.m. Kfrmon "Thank* for
th-- Memory Rabin Steinberg
ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
SUCCOT, Sunday, 0 P m Monday, 9
;. tn Sermon: "Rejol in Voui !"-
i v all Tu, da;
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnasa.
Friday, 6:Sfl p.m Saturday S Ifi a m
Sermon: "(ind'a Ridden Mi r< iea"
SUCCOT. Sunday 8:80 p m. Mo idaj
s 46 n in S< rmon: "What i>
Mlncha and Maaiiv, 6:30 p m Tuen-
di I! .i in s. rmon: "How To Be
Sal tied Mini ha and Marrh 6:J
l> tn
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetrae
Dr. Orthodox. Rabb, Alexander S.
Gross.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY'
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
BETH SHALOM ("TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
------c------
SINAI 'TEMPLE). 1201 Johnsor St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Si-apiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
'V:T!;' ', ISRAEL ;TEm7l*F.. J5O0 SW M.h
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday, 6:4 p.n Kalurdio
Sarmon: "WIlneH* ol Heaven ':,l
Karth." Clans 6 p.m Mlncha, 6:30
l> m
SUCCOT. Sunda. > n.m
o a in. Sormon: "Sueoah of P.....
i:45 p.m Tuesday, i m fermo'n:
"How To Re joiei 6:46 p <
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
3737
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE) Conservative
8755 SW 16th St Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Clixman Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
lay, 8 m Saturd i m, Bar
. h. Bernard, hoii ol Mr. and
Mis Arthur K..1I1.
BETH KODESH 11"1 W I2tn Ave.
Modern Traditional Rat 1 Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben D'ckson
Friday at Runnel Saturday, t l". a.m.
Sermon: "We Not Listen."
SUCCOT. Sun,I..v. ,; :m p.m. Ktddufth,
Mor.day and Tueaday, 8:46 a.m.
Theme: "A Fallen People '
TITERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB iTEMPLE) 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Mauric Klein.
Friday, v:1fi p.m Saturday 9 am.
SUCCOT. Sunday, 7pm Monday, B
------------ a m "The Joy f Simple Tliimrs 7
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th .1 Sermon: "The
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. ,i Simp Thing* 7 p m Tuea-
Cantor Seymour H.nkea. rmon: "The Joy of
The Por- Simple Thing lued."
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rahbi Eugene Labovitz Can.
to** Edward Klein.
Saturdi lavah:
Mark, Mi lowei Ii
Wlllner
succot
R:46 a.m -lermoi I
niory 1 in
Sermon "'p| 1 timmw Mm irej m "
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bomta Drive.
Orthodox. Rab"-1 Phineas Weber,
man.
' and rmi. r II ,
i> m Tu. la; >
\-i 11..! lion 1
Way. Conservativf
Cutler.
Rabbi Irwin
POMPANC BEACH
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. ------------
AMI. 990 NE 171t SI prthodox SHOLOM (TEMPLE). :3? SW '1th
R*itt;i Nafta'. Poruth. Ave Conservative. Rahbi Vorrio
A. Skop. Cantor 1 aon Segal.
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda BWd
Reform. Rabbi Morris K.nner.
' X p.m. Fa 1
UCCOT Sui
n m.
SURFSIDE
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 2amors Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell D'rger
f.-.ntor Hirsh March.
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
SUrfside Community Centrr, 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaao
D Vina
u
succot '
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rCaooiiticaf J elevisicn f~^rccj
rant 3
Saturday, 9 am. Sermon:
tton of the Week
SUCCOT. Sunda In p.m M
9 a m Sermon Prii
Tuesday, 9 a.m srmor Su
S> mliol of the
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 643
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa.
SI'CCOT Su'd v
a m Serr
Thiru--
JeWI-h H
Oct.
ZION (TEMPLE, 80OO Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
I'NAI SHOLOM iTemole) C75 NW
199th Street. Conservative Rabb'
Abraham M. Cassel
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
12 TISHTU 6:44
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. RanOi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
- turd I am Mlncha, 6 IS p m
\> m
SUCCOT. Sui Mlncha, 6 1
llaariv, 7
6:45 p in '

Ifi p in
BETH JACOB !ni Washington Ave..
Orthoa.'. Ribbi Shmarv.i*-u T.
Swirsky Cantor Majrice Mam;hes S.CCOT. s
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
154?-44 Was- rgton Ave. Rabbi A.
Saturdi y, S ..... t"a I
Do Yv
SUCCOT Monday. Sei >ur
s......- H
Tuexd ) S Th,
Sh SgM
NORTH MUMi BEACW
ADATHVES^.1". TE".; I02J
NE Mia", c.i Co"ervatv
Rahbi Milton Schi.r*i. / CantOI T
Moset.
- '
-
C'h. 10. 9:30 am Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sir.ai. Holkwood.
Cet. 6<'h 7. 10 a.m The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
Both Torah Co- North Miami Bea<
Topic: Sue cot
Guests: R:,bbi Milton Schlinsky, Temple Ada: ^
run. North Miami Beach. Rabbi Naftali Porush,
Young Israel of Greater Miami, Nortl Miami
Beach: at:d Rabbi Ralph Kings
oi N'orth Dade.
Oct. mCh. 2. 9:30 to 10.30 p.m '
ic: Traveling Ecui
r: Rev. Luther C. Pie
nts: Rabbi S
Neil Wyrick; a. I ael
Sullivan.


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Jewish FUuridian
Icrmi, Florida, October 4, 1968
Section B
[Leadership Awardees Are Named
Robert H. Traurig, Mrs. Richard
tckinan and Mrs. Harry B.
liih have been selected by the
eater Miami Jewish Federation
the recipients of this year's
sidents Leadership Awards, ac-
ting to an announcement made
week by Leon Kaplan, Federa-
president,
the awards are given annually
fooling people who have given
standing and devoted service to
Federation, its agencies and to
Greater Miami Jewish com-
|n:ty.
the award is sponsored by the
^*>
ROBCRT H. TRAURIG
current and past presidents of the
Federation and includes a grain to
attend the annual Genera! Assem-
bly meeting of the Council of .lew
ish Federations and Welfare Funds
to be held in Atlanta in November.
Mrs. Brickman, a member and
past president of the Young Wom-
en's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is a I'hi Beta
Kappa graduate of Vanderbilt Uni-
versity and ;i member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi. She serves on the Ad-
visory Committee of ihe Federation
of Jewish Women as well as the
Panel ol American Women, inter-
racial and Interreligious group that
ia seeking ways to break down the
barriers of prejudice.
A pasi officer of the Suburban
League for the Variety Children's
Hospital, she has been active in
Girl Scout programs and is a part-
time instructor at Miami-Dade
Junior College. Her husband, attor-
ney Richard Brickman. has recent
ly been appointed to the Federa-
tion's Young Leadership Cabinet.
Mrs. Smith, one of the organizers
of the Young Women's Division, is
. a member of the Federation's
Speakers' Bureau as well as the
Advisory Committee of the Feder-
ation of Jewish Women.
She has been active in Temple
.Beth Sholom's nursery and relig-
ious schools and is a pasi president
of the Parent-Teachers Association
at Leroy D. Fienberg Elementary-
School. She is on the Standing Hon-
orary Council of the Young Wom-
en's Division of Federation and has
served on Mount Sinai Hospital's
; Women's Auxiliary. Mrs. Smith at-
tended the University of Miami
and her husband, attorney Harry
B. Smith, is a Former winner of
the Presidents' Leadership Award.
A Miami attorney. Mr. Traurig
is a member of the Executive
Committee of Federation and has
served as the chairman ol the .Mi-
ami Lawyers Division ol the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. He is i mem-
ber of the Executive Committee of
the Citizens Hoard of the Univer-
sity of Miami and attended (he
University of Florida and the Uni-
versity of Miami and was gradu-
ated from the University of Miami
Law School.
He has served as chairman of
the Bylaws Committee of Federa-
tion and headed a subcommittee of
the Budget Committee. Mr. Traurig
is vice president of the Beth David
Congregation, is on the board of
directors of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service and is a mem-
ber of the executive committee of
U-F's Home Drive
Set For Oct. 27th
Shooting for a $4,453,900 goal,
the United Fund campaign volun-
teers have been concentrating on
their Employee Drive, asking
dents of Greater Miami to contrib-
ute at the place where they work.
On Oct. 27 the fund raising drive
will be kicked oif in the residential
areas,
MRS. MAMY 6. SMITH
MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
the Anti-Defamation League.
Previous winners of the Presi-
dents' Leadership Award were
Martin Fine. Mrs. Sue Stevens.
Daniel Neal Heller. Marshall S.
Harris. Norton S. Palloi. Sam I.uby.
Jr., Mrs. Howard J. Trinz. Harry B.
Smith. Mrs. Milton S Green and
L. Jules Arkin.
JWY Commander
Appoints Officers
Michael m. Schechter, command-
er of the Department of Florida,
Jewih War Veterans, announces
ihe following of icer appointments
fc r the year 1968-69:
Leon Silverman, quartermaster;
Mar : Duke, adjutant: Eli Poll ik,
a ain: William Samet,
rian; Leon Gla
David Hart, officer-oft he -la\
li"s Kl 'ineibst, VAVS i ficei
R herl Spiegel
v i, !'" Alan Sen in-, sui.
rman Sokolow. maior of the
honor guard: Arthur Sherrj cap-
la Ihe I; Murray
w tz. liai cei: S il j.
Adyr. chiel So Koe iberg,
insurance officer, and Herb Gop-
man and Harold Roussman.
petei r-
Temple Judea Celebrates
at Anniversary Ball
Members and friends of Temple
Judea will celebrate the beginning
Ol their third year in their present
location. 5501) Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables, at an Anniversary-
Ball Saturday evening
A reception beginning at 6:30
p.m. in the Temple gardens will be
followed by a banquet and dancing
in the Temple Social Hall.

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9-Jmjst fkridiknn
Friday Crc-'r^ a ir,^
Marvin Cooper Named Chairmani
Of Beth Sholom Israel Dinner
Israel's Ambassador to Canada, Arieh Eshel. left, discusses
his country's need lor industrial development with Harry
Frankel, a leader of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, at the dinner this week on behalf of Capital for
Israel. Some 500 Honorees of Israel, purchasers of $1,000
or more in Israel Bonds, attended the event.
Director Is Named For Young Judaea
Arthur L. Letts has been ap-
pointed Florida District director of
Young Judaea by the Southern
Hadassah Youth Commission and
the Greater Miami Hadassah Youth
Commission.
Mr. Letts re-
cently returned
from Camp Ju-
daea in Hender-
sonville. N.C.,
where he serv-
ed in the ca-
pacity of direc-
tor's assistant.
Mr. Letts and
the newly ap-
Arthur Letts pointed profes-
sional program
director for Young Judaea, Mrs. Jo-
seph Yanich, are presently engaged
in the formation of Young Judaea
Clubs throughout the oreater Mi-
ami area.
Mrs. Yanich will prepare sep-
arate programs for each of the
fiiur age levels in the groups. Lead-
ers for Young Judaea are trained
specifically for the activities of
this Jewish Youth Movement em-
bracing youth of Orthodox. Con-
servative and Reform background.
Candidates Speak
At Voters' Rallv
Candidates for public oflice in
the November election will speak
at a political rally at 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Washington Fed-
eral Bank Bldg.. 1234 Washington
. Ave.. Miami Beach, to be sponsored
by Voters, Incorporated. The pub-
; lie is invited.
Appearing will be State Attorney
Richard Gerstein, Congressman
Claude Pepper. State Senator Lee
Weissenborn, Dr. Elton J. Gissen-
danner. Constable Murray Meyer-
i son. Judge Milton Friedman, Hal
i Bergida and Mrs. Phyllis Miller.
Harry Levy, president of Voters,
Inc., will be the moderator.
Marvin Cooper, active in the re-
ligious, civic and philanthropic life
3f the community, has been named
chairman of the annual Beth Sho-
lom-lsracl Dinner of State to take
place Saturdav evening, Oct. 19. at
he Hilton Plaza Hotel. Dr Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom. has announced. Mrs.
Cooper will serve with her hus-
band as cochairman of the Corps
of Hosts lor the dinner.
In making the announcement.
Dr. Kronish pointed out that the
Beth Sholom Israel Dinner of State
has been the pace-setting temple
?vent tor the entire country and
its success through the years na-
inspired many other congregations
throughout the country to under-
take similar functions on behalf ol
Israel Bonds
Alter accepting the chairman-
ship of the dinner, Mr. and Mrs
Cooper invited members of the
Corps of Hosts to a reception at
their home to initiate plans for this
year's event, which will celebrate
israel's 20th Anniversary.
In outlining plans r.>r me dinner.
Mr. Cooper underscored the signif-
icance of Israel's 20th Anniversary,
noting that the establishment of
Israel "reversed the tragic course
of Jewish bistorj of the previous
decades leading up to World War
II."
Mr and Mrs. Cooper rsxently re-
turned from Israel with a group of
Beth Sholom members who toured
the country for several weeks and
were the special /juests of Col.
Zeev Shanam, Commander of the
/Vest Jordanian areas.
"In our Journey throughout the
length and breadth of Israel." Mr.
Cooper said, "we saw a land who e
face had been changed with the aid
of Israel Bonds A land which v. as
primarily agricultural 20 years
ago, is now one of the most indus-
trialized countries in the Middle
K.ist With our own eyes we saw
the major Industries which have
come into being. Wo saw the once
barren anas in the Negei desert
which have been made fruitful and
the new harbors which have been
built at Eilat and at Ashdodall of
this made possible with Israel
Bonds."
Mr. Cooper, who is f nancial sec-
retary of Temple Beth Sholom, a
member of the Board of Directors
and on the Temple Brotherhood's
board of directors, stressed that
the Beth Sholom-lsrael Dinner of
State will be a gala event in keep-
ing with the ioy of celebrating Is-
rael's 20th Anniversary, as well as
a meaningful one on behalf of
Israel's security.
Among Mr. Cooper's other in
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and the American Jewish Cor,.:.
Mrs Cooper is a pa-' vice p-.
lent of Temple Sisterhood inj|
member of the hoard of Direc'
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Head to Speak at Temple
Dr >,.: \\ I'.n war, presideni
of Bor:da Memorial College, will be
gu6l .ikiT at Temple Israel's
FrMay nuhi services. Rabbi Jo-
seph \. ."oi announced
An "rdained Baptist minister.
Dr. P.iryear will be making his
first appearance at a Dade County
rellgio.e institution since the pre-
domin. vly Ne.io college he heads
opened it- doors in a new location
in Mi. : last month
A STUDY conducted by Miami-
Dade inior College's Office of In-
stitute >.,l Hescarch indicates that
more :'ian 80 percent of MD.ICs
gradu.,;.-. .....i to other colleges
and iK.iversitie.- after they finish
at Mi. 'iii Dade. and most choose
Florid, institutions lor their upper
divisio:, work
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman
of the board of Temple Emanu-El.
has accepted the general chair-
manship of the Silver Anniversary
(Tribute Dinner to Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. The rabbi will be honored
Nov. 24 at the Diplomat Hotel for
his 25 years of distinguished serv-
ice to the Miami Beach synagogue,
largest Conservative congregation
m the South.
Mrs. Friedland will work with
loseph Cohen, president of Temple
Emanu El, and a large steering
committee to arrange the nation-
wide salute to Dr. I.ehrman. The
rabbi is currently vice president ol
the Synagogue Council of America,
coordinating body for the Ortho-
dox. Conservative and Reform
movements.
Dr. Lehrman and Mr. Friedland
Lave worked closely for more than
two decades in synagogue and coin
munal affairs. For many years.
Mr, Friedland was president of
the congregation, and headed ex-
pansion programs which added the
Solomon Schechter Day School and
a new Social Hall-School Building
adjacent to the mam sanctuary.
The chairman has played a major
role of national leadership for both
the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and Brandeis University,
and has been prominently identi-
fied with dozens of other leading
educational, religious and philan-
thropic endeavors.
One of the State of Israel's fore-
most supporters, he heads the Mi-
ami Israel Group, pioneers in the
private investment field and is a
member of the national leadership
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estivc fall foods arc traditional lor this
holiday ol thanksgiving, and here are ex-
citing new ways lo serve them. These
glamorous salads can easily be pre-
pared well ahead ol tune, and fhe>
n serve as a m.nn dish, salad or even dessert. Serve
them to friends, who "ill ask lor your recipes, and to
no doubt, ask lor second helpings!
family, who \\i
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MEATS
Chicken Souffle Salad
I cup boiling water
I (3-ounce) package Kosher
lemon flavored gelatin
1 '2 cup cold water
I tablespoon vinegar
I 12 Clip Mi I I MANNS' HIST FOODS' *
Real Mayonnaise
I 8 teaspoon pepper
I cup diced, cold, cooked chicken
I 2 cup diced celery
2 teaspoons finely chopped stallions'
Pour boiling water over gelatin in bowl:
stir until gelatin is completely dissolved.
Add cold water, vinegar. Real
Mayonnaise, and pepper: blend with
rotary beater. Pour into freezing tray or
metal loaf pun. (hill in freezing unit
until firm about I inch from edge of pan
but still soft in center, about 20 to
25 minutes. Turn mixture into bowl and
whip with rotary beater until fluff)
and thick, hold in chicken, celery and
scullions. Pour into 1-quart mold or
individual molds. Chill in refrigerator
( nor freezing unit) until firm, about 45
to 60 minutes. L'nmold. Makes 4 servings.
I icusp.Hiii minced onion msj hi- substituted
for ihe i-hoppi-d Kalliona
PARVE
Cranberry Souffle Salad
I i I-pound) can whole cranberry sauce
I cup boiling water
I i t-ounccl package Koshei yelJow,
red or orange fruit flavored gelatin
I tablespoon lemon juice
1 4 leaspoon salt
I 2 cup in 11 Mann's hi si foods
Real Mayonnaise
I apple or orange, peeled and diced
I 4 cup chopped walnuts
Heat cranberry sauce: strain Reserve
bcincs; mix liquid with boiling water,
then add gelatin, stirring until completely
dissolved. Mix in lemon juice and salt.
< hill mixture until thick enough to
mound slightly when diopped from
spoon Pour I 2 cup thickened gelatin
into I-quart mold. Add Real
Mayonnaise to remaining gelatin: beat
with rotarj beater until light and fluffy.
Fold in cranberries, chopped fruit and
nuts. Spoon onto clear gelatin in mold.
Chill until firm. Unmold to serve
Makes 6 to 8 sen ings. < Hellmann's
Best I oods whips up light and creamy*
smooth evei J time )
Cranberry Semitic Salad Candles:
Prepare gelatin mixture according
to directions for Cranberry Souffle Salad,
Add Real Mayonnaise to entire thickened
gelatin mixture: beat with rotary beater
until light and fluff) Fold in cranberries,
chopped fruit and nuts Chill until
slightly thickened, stirring occasionally.
Spoon equally into 8 (6-ounce) frozen
juice cans. iFor assorted candles, spoon
some mixture into cranberry sauce can.
Ailing ii 'i full, and spoon remainder
inio assorted smaller cans or glasses.)
C hill about 4 hours. L'nmold Place small
circle of aluminum foil on top of each
and set sugar cube soaked in lemon
extract on foil: light for serving. For
mock flame, insert piece of orange peel.
Makes b lo 8 servings, ".
DAIRY
Apple and Cheese Souffle Salad
I cup boiling water
1 (3-ounee) package Kosher lemon
flavored gelatin
1 '2 cup cold water
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 2 cup in 11 mann's/bi st rooos
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon sail
Dash Tabasco
I cup diced red apple
I '2 cup diced celery
I '2 cup shredded cheese
Pour boiling water over gelatin in bowl.
Slir until gelatin is < ompletcly dissolved.
Add cold water, vinegar. Real
Mayonnaise, salt and Tabasco: blend
with rotary beater. Pour into freezing
tray or metal loaf pan. C hill in freezing
unit until linn about I inch from edge
of pan but still soft in center.
about 20 to 25 minutes.
Turn mixture into bowl and whip wilh
rotary beater until flulfy and thick.
Fold in apple, celery and cheese. Pour
into I-quart mold or individual molds
Chill in refrigerator (not freezing unit)
until firm, about 45 lo 60 minutes.
Unmold. Serve garnished wilh apple
slices and salad greens, if desired. Makes
4 serv ings. I I his tempting combination
of flavors needs the distinctive "flavor-
blending" of Hellmann's Best Foods.)
Note: Recipe may be doubled and
poured into I (9x5x .'-inch)
loaf pan.
Egg and Cheese Souffle Salad
2 cups boiling water
2 i 3 -ounce) packages Kosher
lemon flavored gelatin
I cup cold water
1 4 cup vinegar
1 cup HELLMANN'S BF-S1 1 OODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 teaspoon sail
3 or 4 drops Iabasco
2 hard-cooked eggs
Pimiento strips
1-1/2 cups shredded cheese
2 3 cup diced celery
I 2 cup diced green pepper
1 4 cup chopped pimiento
I teaspoon grated onion
Pour boiling water over gelatin in bowl.
Stir until gelatin is completely dissolved.
Add cold water, vinegar. Real
Mayonnaise, salt and I abasco. blend,
with rotary beater Pour into freezing
tray or metal loaf pan. Chill in freezing
unit until firm about I inch from edge
of pan but still soft in center,
about 20 to 25 minutes
Meanwhile, slice eggs Arrange some
slices and pimiento snips in bottom
of I (8 \ 8 \ 2-inch ) pan. Turn chilled
mixture into bowl and whip with rotary
beater until fluffy and thick. Fold in
remaining egg, cheese, celery, green
pepper, chopped pimiento and onion.
Spoon or pour into pan. Chill in ,
refrigerator (not freezing unit) until firm. A
about I hour Unmold. Serve garnished "
wilh salad greens, if desired.
Makes 8 servings.
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Friday October 4, 1968
*
Robert St. John Is Guest Speaker
At Hadassah Anniversary Luncheon
. obert St. John, prominent au-
r, lecturer and authority on in-
tt .national affairs who frequently
I ts Israel and the Middle East.
w:il be the guest speaker at the
Hsdassah-Israel 20th Anniversary
1 -.cheon at noon Wednesday in
the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, according to Mrs
1 lip Thau, president of the Miami
Btach Chapter of Hadassah. spon-
of the event, and Mrs. Max
itz, luncheon chairman.
On this occasion Mrs. Fred
Jonas, pioneer Hadassah leader,
will receive the Woman of Valor
Award, the h .ihest recognition
which can be conferred upon a
wenan by the national Israel Bond
organization.
Musical entertainment will be
presented by the Shalom Trio, vet-
erans of the Six-Day War. who re-
Cieate the spirit of Israel throujii
g and dance.
The Hadassah Israel Luncheon
Red Cross Will
Train Jewish
Home Volunteers
Officials at the Jewish Home for
the Aged. 151 NE 52nd St.. have
a-ked Dade County Red Cross to
lecruit and train volunteer hos-
pital sides to serve there.
"Mrs. William A. Cole. Red Cross
instructor of volunteer hospital
aides, is asking for 15 to 20 re-
craita to form her first course of
training which will start the last
o: October. She will have inter-
views at Red Cross Chapter head-
quarters, 5020 Biscayne Blvd.. on
Tuesday. Oct. 22 and Wednesday.
Oct. 23. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m."
The course. Mrs. Cole said, will
consist of 20 hours of classroom
training followed by 20 hours of
ho-pita! orientation.
Both the Dade County Red Cross
and the Jewish Home for the Aged
srt members of the United Fund.
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Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Mushroom, Marmara. Keep all
three on hand for tempting
variety.
HAVE SOME SOON!
will also be the occasion when the
Croup Presidents of the Miami
Beach Chapter will be the recipi-
ents of the Hadassah Israel Scrolls
of Honor in recognition of the ex-
emplary role of their respective
groups in the Chapter record for
Israel bonds.
Those selected for this hobor in-
clude Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller.
Bay Harbor Group: Mrs. Rose Ru-
ban. Louis D. Brandeis: Mrs Fred
Jonas. Eddie Cantor: Mrs Michael
Peinstein, Esther: Mrs. Morris
Danzig, Mrs Ida Elite and Mrs.
Kay Mendelsohn, presidium of
Forte Towers: Mrs. Sid Dulberg
and Mrs. Evelyn Decky. presidium
if the I. R. Goodman Group: Mrs.
Milton Weinberg. Herzl; Mrs. Irv-
ing Westin, Israeli: Mrs. George
Meisel. Kadimah; Mrs. Henrietta
Fine. Emma Lazarus: Mrs. Eva
M. Blum. Lincoln:
Mr- Rachel Brody, Morton Tow-
ers: Mrs. Rose Kopel. Plaza 800:
Mrs. William Kalmanson. Renanah:
Mrs. Elsie Click. Hanna Senesch:
Mrs. Irwin Shapiro. Shaloma; Mrs.
Max Cohen. Sou'hgaje: Mrs Sol
Greenberg. Henrietta Szoid: Mrs.
Ben Twery. Mrs Ben. Ginsky and
Mrs. Charles Anchie. presidium of
Treasure House: Mrs Max Berkley.
Triton Towers: Mr> Martin Har-
nick. Sophie Tucker: and Mrs.
Abraham Masid. Stephen S. Wise
group.
Mr St. John, who wrote the au-
thoritative book on Israel's tiist
Prime Minister, entitled "Ben
Curion: The Biograp'-.y o: an Extra
ordinary Man" has a background
of experience which is r.ch. varied
and extensive. His career a- ..
writer, which span- ai nost three
decade-, has taken him to many
far-off places, including Europe.
Asia. Airica and the Far and
Middle East
In 1948. Mr St John won- to
Israel immediately atter the new
state was proclaimed, arriving the
day the British troops evacuated.
and was an eye-witness to the
Arab aggression and the w ar of
survival. He ha* been in Israel
many times since, and covered the
R08M ST. JOHN
Six-Day War of 1967 with on -the-
spot broadcasts to 300 radio sta-
tion- in the United States.
Hi- book describing the birth of
lewish State. Shalom Means
Peace."' was written in t'le com-
parative seclusion of a small island
.:; the Mediterranean.
Prior to the luncheon 3t noon.
there will be a champagne recep-
tion at 11 o'clock in the East
Ballroom.
Alumnae Group
Plans Founder's
Day Luncheon
Dr. Lynn R. Bartlett of the L'nj.
versity of Miami will speak on
What Is Love"'" at a luncheon
meeting of the Alpha Bpsilon Phi
Alumnae Association in the r;m.
issary Room of the Four Ambas-
sadors Saturday. Oct. 19. at 12 30
p.m.
The affair will celebrate :he
group's 59th Founders Day anni-
versary. Mrs. Jean C. Lehm.;
chairman of the day. assist)
Mrs Edward I Camner. Mr-
Cohen. Mrs. Samuel Gray Mr.
Richard Helfman. Mrs II ard
Hirsch. Mrs. Charles Km. K
Mrs. Paul Marchand. Mrs Steven
Tobin and Mrs. C. Gary Zahler
Mrs Norman Brown, nal
vice president. Mrs. Robert .
ner. national rush chairman
Mrs Jerome Halporn. Twe
Province director, will be g
The Patroness of Alpha Eta v .
I M Weinstein. will be presei
well as the sorority active-
pledges from the I'niversit.
Miami and their president. Shai g
Langer.
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Sweet Fleischmanris.
It'll sweeten up almost anything.
Even if you're not wild about pickles and
margarine, you'll enjoy the sweet buttery flavor
of Sweet Fleischmann's." It's the onlv sweet,
unsalted margarine made from 100',' corn oil.
Delicious... yet recommended for low sodium
and low saturated fat diets. And since it contains
absolutely no preservatives, you'll find it
stored in your grocer's frozen food section.
So get some Sweet Fleischmann's
to sweeten up your kasha, kugels. blintzes-
and if you're a little bit adventurous
even your pickles.


the LVi
oman s
"World
^Jewish Fioridian
Friday. Cctcb?r 4, 1?68
V-r.-. IP
Mrs. Harry Ross Named Consultant
On Staff Of Jewish Education Bureau
Mrs. Harry Ross ha, been ap-
pointed a staff consultant of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Albert E. Ossip, Bureau presi-
dent. .
The new consultants duties will
include visitation and development
ot seminars and new units of in-
struction for the one-day-a-week
Jewish schools in North Dade and
Broward Counties.
Mrs. Ross has been active in
Jewish education for many years.
As an organizer of the Religious
School of Temple Beth Am, she
was its first principal and contin-
ued to serve in that capacity for a
period of twelve years.
Mrs. Ross, who holds a Master's
degree in Education from the Uni-
versity of Miami, is a member of
the National Association of Temple
Educators, and former secretary of
Theta Delta, Religious Honorary-
Society of the University of Miami.
ORT Chapters
Plan Meetings
Wander Chapter oi American
'"'''' '; meet Tufsday
al 11:30 a.m. at Twelve Caesars.
Collins Ave B5th St. Mrs Mor-
ris Api er pr Lfident, and
Mrs. I esli are in charge
i
The [slai tiapter is also
'P>nso rty and brunch
Friday a! the I Oi m Towers Card
Room, 9381 East Bay Harbor Dr.
Paid-up members of the Chapter
Will be guests at a dessert and
i-offee in the card room of the
Plaza 800 Bldg.. 800 West Ave.. at
1 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 17.
North Dade Women's American
ORT is sponsoring an auction sale
at the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 699 NE 167th St. at 8:15
p.m. Wednesday.
She joins the present staff of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, which
includes Louis Schwartzman, exec-
utive director; Herbert Zvi Berger.
associate director, and Dr. Nathan-
iel Soroff, consultant to Hebrew d
partments.
League of Women Voters
Plans Membership Coffee
Members for a new unit of the
Metro-Dade League of Women
Voters will be recruited at a mem-
bership coffee at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Fraiberg. 9160 W. Bay
Harbor Dr.. Bay Harbor Island,
Friday at 10 a.m.
Former League members who
have recently moved to the area
as well as prospective new mem-
bers are invited.

Mizrachi Women's Groups Schedule
Varied Programs For October Events
Mizrachi Women's Organization dent of the Miami Beech Chapter, I
of America chapters have planned will conduct the general meeting at i
varied programs and installations 11 p.m. Wednesday m the Washing- I
of newly elected officers for their : ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
October meetings. A Succot party is planned for this
, meeting.
Aviv* Chapter will hold a gen-
eral meeting at 1:30 p.m. Monday, ; Shalom Chapter will hold its gen-
Oct. 21. at Beth David Congrega- | eral meeting and gala membership
tion. 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Miami, tea at 1 p.m. Thursday at 100 Lin-
Card Party Will Benefit
B'nai B'rith Chapter
Chai ChaDtcr. B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, is planning a card party for
8 p.m. Sunday at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan, 1234
Washington Ave.
The proceeds will benefit the
B'nai B'rith philanthropies, chapter
president Mrs. Elsie Giuner said.
Mrs. Flora H Sinick is the party
chairman
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, right president of the Florida Regie:-.
of Hadassah, is shown wilh Mr;. Charlotte Jacobson. on-
going national president cf the organization which under-
took to rebuild the old hospital on Mount Scopus, viewir.v
an exhibit at the recent national convention.
"Slinmnstics" At
Lorber Luncheon
Roberta Boyce, physical educa-
tion instructor and coordinator of
Women's intramural activities at
MiamiDade Junior College, will
discuss and demonstrate "slim-
nasties" at a membership luncheon
of Lorber Chapter. Children's
Asthma Research Institute and I
Hospital of Denver. Tuesday at 11 !
a.m. in the Roma Restaurant, 4612
SW LeJeune Rd.
Chapter members will take part
in the demonstration, Mrs Sam
Grcenfeder. programming vice J
president, has announced.
Reservations chairman is
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Zalis. A book review will be given
by Annette Labovitz. Mrs. Sarah
Shaw is president of the group.
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Mrs. Hyman Kolko, president of
the Hatikvah Chapter, has slated
an installation tea for noon Thurs-
day. Oct. 17, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
A membership party has been
slated by Mrs. Morris Sokol, presi-
dent of the Kinneret Chapter, for
8 p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Ted Sakowitz, 8650 SW 54th
Ct, Miami.
Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer. presi-
coln Rd. Mrs. Bea Reiman is presi-
dent of the group.
Northeast Airlines Resumes
Flights To Newark, N.J.
Northeast Airlines announces it
will resume flights to Newark. N.J.,
on Nov. 1. after an absence of 22
years.
F. C. Wiser, president of the re-
surging line, said that Newark will
be the 35th airport served by
Northeast, which was founded in
the 1930s by a group including
aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
"Our first flights to and from
Newark will link the city with
Florida and Boston." Wiser said.
Northeast last served Newark in
1946-47 when it was primarily a
local New England airline. Now
the line flies routes linking cities
in the area from Montreal to Mi-
ami. On May 15 Northeast added
service to Nassau and Freeport in
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Friday October 4, lc
Wigs and hairpieces take the
same place in many women's
wardrobes as hats and handbag*
They are considered by many as
essential accessory items. How
ever readers' opinions differ as
to their effectiveness and ver-
satility.
Mrs. Fred Stone feels that the
small pieces, such as wigletsand
mini-falls, are the most versatile
and these are her choice. She
especially likes them to dress up
a hair style that has been abused
by swimming, golf or tennis.
When a more formal evening fol-
lows a casual day. the small hair
pieces give one a feeling of secur-
ity because you can combine
it with your hair style to achieve
the desired sophistication for eve-
ning without a \ isit to the beauty
salon. Soft curls, in a bouffant
Style, are her preference.
According to Mrs. Stone, long
falls are marvelous lor the young.
Jler lack of additional comment
leaves a clear impression as to
her opinion concerning the long
falls on more mature women
As her own hair is quite thick,
she doesn't feel a full wig is nec-
essary. She's never tried a full
wig on. but thinks they're used
to sood advantage by women who
don't have a good head of hair.
Mrs. Milton Malsin doesn't like
full wigsthc\ re too hot and un-
comfortable and. in her opinion.
usually look so obviously fake.
She has worn wigs, but finds that
they change color. It is difficult
enough to match the color in the
first place, and between the color
discrepancy and the fact that
many women have the tell-tale
line of demarcation at the top
hair line and at the temples. Mrs.
Malsin feels it just isn't worth it
to fool with a wig She prefers to
go to her hairdresser for a fresh
styling.
Another thing she mentioned
was that even small hair pieces
must be put on correctly to be
effective. She feels that it re-
quires a certain amount of skill
to handle a hair piece, and that
if a woman lacks the ability to
pin-curl or roll her own hair, she
shouldn't attempt to manage a
hair piece. Small hair pieces can
sometimes be combined well with
the natural coiffure, but Mrs.
Malsin says she dislikes a sleek
coiffure with the obvious pinned-
on curls.
Mrs. Robert Werner thinks
that wigs look good on others, but
she isn't handy with her hair and
can't manipulate them to her
satisfaction. She has a small piece
which is set straight and is easy
for her to use. She slips it under
her own hair at the crown to give
her coiffure heighf where it is
needed those last few days be-
fore a trip to the beauty salon.
This piece is used as a filler, and
if she wants an elegant coiffure
it can be set in curls ... or even
cut for bangs
Mrs. Werner disapproves of long
falls on more mature women, and
doesn't think Florida is really the
place for wigsour climate is too
warm for the confines ot the
close-fMting cap. She also men
tioned the "little girl'' curls on
some hairpieces; this appearance
leaves something to be desired,
she feels. "Women look more at-
tractive in a smoother coiffed
hair style." she stated.
Miami Beach Chapters Of Hadassah
Announce Plans For October Meetings
Hadassah groups of the Miam
F.each Chapter have announced
I'.ins for October meetings.
Mrs. Etta Westin will be installed
; s president of Israeli Group at a
truncheon at the Algiers Hotel at
noon Thursday. Mrs. Joseph Shaw-
''The Producers''
Hit, Held Over
The Producers." a satiric com-
edj starring Zero Mostel is being
held over at Wometco's Carib.
Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Thea-
t res
Opening Friday at the Essex.
North D.-ide. Coral Way and 27th
Ave. Drive-In theatres is a double
bill featuring an action packed
Western import. The Big Gun-
down." starring Lee Van Cleef.
With it is a color film about a
CO-ed living development in Call
lornia, "For Singles Only." star-
ling former Miss America. Mary
Ann Mobley and John Saxon.
"I'll Never Forget What's is
Name" with Orson Welles. Oliver
Reed and Carol White opened at
in.' Hayfair, Sunset and Normandie
Theatres on Wednesday. The Eng-
lish rilm in color, fells the story
f a TV director, disenchanted w':th
bis life, who attemnt- to return to
his youthful ideaiism.
mill is the installing officer. Mis
Catharine Russell, soloist, will he
.eatured on the program arranged
| by Mrs. Philip Kaplan. Mrs. K^hcr
Meyer is outgoing president.
The Eddie Cantor Group will
; hold its regular meeting Thursday.
Oct. 17. at a 11:30 a.m. luncheon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Fred
lonas is group president and Mrs.
I R. Lesnvner is in charge of
program.
The Kadimah Group will meet at
he Singapore Hotel. Qtilh St. and
Collins Ave.. at noon Thursday.
i Mrs. I.eona Meisel, group presi-
dent, said guests will be welcome
, Jt (he program beginning at 1 p.m.
: |
Mrs. Walter Giidersleeve, solo-
ist, will entertain at the regular
meeting of Shaloma Group at the
Algiers Hotel Thursday. Mrs. Irvin
-Shapiro is group president.
The Emma Lazarus Group meets
Monday, Oct. 21 at the Singapore
Hotel for luncheon. Mrs. Henrietta
Fine is group president.
ALLAN J. BLOOSTEIN has been
named the recipient of the Torch
if Learning Award of the Ameri-
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The engagement of Katherine
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Miss Levin, the daughter of Mrs.
Blanche Levin of North Miami
Beach, and the late Alexander Le-
vin, plans a February wedding
An honor graduate of the Uni-
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teacher at the Hebrew Academ) o
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Gaylen Jan Goldstein became
the bride of Earle Vincent Rifa
Saturday. Sept. 28. at the Doral
Country Club. Rabbi Joseph It.
Narof officiated at the 7 p.m. cere-
mony, which was followed b) B
reception at the Club.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Goldstein,
5 wore a gown ol chiffon velvet bro-
cade, and carried a bouquet ol
ilie- of the valley, green orchids
and stephanotis.
Rohin Goldstein was the bride's
attendant and Lowell Rifas was
best man.
The new Mrs. Rifas. a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
the University of Miami, i- now a
senior at the University of Miami
Law School, where she is a mem
>er of Kappa Beta Pi legal so
rority.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Hylan Rifas. 20 Island Axe., Miami
'leach, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School and
is a practicing attorney
After a honeymoon at Freeport.
Grand Bahama Island, the couple
will live at 1408 S. Bayshore Dr.,
Miami
(.and Greenfeld
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Mr and Mrs David Greenfeld.
1752 s. Glades Dr., North Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
Of their daughter. Carol Helene, to
Ira Bertran Coltan. son of Mr and
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Marilyn Phillips
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Mr. and Mrs William Phillips
2525 SW 15th St.. announce the
engagement of their daughter. Mar-
ilyn Judith, to Richard Stanley
Cotler, son nl Mr and Mrs
Cotler, Savannah. Ga.
Miss Philips attended the I ni-
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member of Alpha Epsilon I
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townspeople honored the couple at
a party in the Loch Sheldrake fire
house
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dush at the Jewish Center ol Nach
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Madorsky,
who were married here the first
oi September, are both baeic at
the University of Florida contin-
uing tneir studies. Everything
now seems like a dream to the
form r Peggy Rabinoviti the
hower given bj her at-
ti mt, Debbi F:en ... the bridal
atten .mis' luncheon at The Kon-
ili .in .. the supper party al
th Rabinovitz tome for all out-
guests when they first
rivi i ... the "come-as-you-were
forties" dinner parly with
Jive band for 100 guests at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Si.verstein (Elaine Silverstein is
the charming sister ol the groom)
. the rehearsal dinner given
by Mr. and Mrs Max Madorsky,
Martin's parents, at the Eden
Roc Hotel lor the wedding party
and .ill out ol town guests of both
families.
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer B. Marks,
Miami Beach, proudly announce
the arrival ol ;l new grandson
Sept, 5 in Brookline, Mass. The
Marks' son. Stephen and his wife,
Joan, are the proud parents.
An exhibition of water colors
l>> artist Charlotte Halpert has
been inaugurated at the newly-
enlarged show rooms of Halpert's
Trophies in the Pan American
Bank Bldg. Charlotee and her
husband, Buddy, are celebrating
their 33rd year in business in
-Miami this year, Her present art
show is in the contemporary style
with emphasis on land-capes and
portraits, but she has made two
trips to European art centers to
stuily silver eralts ami try to dis-
cover some of the technical se-
cret, of the Renaissance masters
whose works she saw in Florence.
Rome and Paris
For their latest Kuropean trip,
Ruth ,.,1(| Charlie Jacobson chose
B -wins across the "Bohemian
countries in search oi the music
and arl festivals.
From Berlin, Frankfurt. Mu-
nich, Bayreul.h and Salzburg thej
went t<> Budapest, Karlsbad and
Piague; visited Yugoslavia and
then (heavenly) Vienna. Austria.
0 er the Austrian Alps next, then
down the Rhine in a steamer to
Heidelberg, Luxembourg and Hol-
land io Van (Josh's birthplace
and Amsterdam, to thrill at the
magnificent Rembrandt collection
and the Night Watch in the
Rijks Museum.
II yen plan properly, don't
waste precious hours and keep
moving, you can absorb gobs ol
history and culture in 22 days.'
said breathless Ruth and Charlie
Home from a buying trip in
London and Paris with a cache
of unusual antique furniture and
tapestries never exhibited before
are Mr. and Mrs Sam Luby, Jr.
Interior decorator Roy Weissel
accompanied them on their foray.
Retired after many years as
the rabbi's right-hand-man" at
Temple Kmanu-Kl. Julie Sands
and her husband. David, left for a i
"long-looked-forward-to" visit in
Israel,
They sailed on the Greek Line
and if they follow the example of
many of their shipboard compan-
ions, they may remain in Israel, j
"It's unbelievable," she postcard-. '
"how many couples on board with ;
their families plan to settle in
Israel. Teachers, professors, doc-
tors, etc. I'd say approximately
300 on this trip are remaining.''
Membeis of Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
pool effoits in addressinq invitations to the
Auxiliary's 1968 series of membership cof-
fees to get underway at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Harry A. Levy. Shown
(from kft) are: Mrs. How-ird Grumsr, M's.
Robert Hart, Mrs. Jules Channino, Mrs. Sv-
dnev Weinstein, Mrs. Michael Orovitz. Mrs.
^TbpoHore I'inc-is (standing), Mrs. Neai Am-
dur Mrs. Alan Cohen, Mrs. Jay Allen Siegel
and Mrs. Llcvd Ruskin (both standing}. Mrs
Meyer Don, Mrs. Donald Farber, Mrs. Laur-
encs Markmon. Mrs. Howard Scharlin
Mrs. Phi'ip Movnan and Mr=. Gerald Miller
Mrs. Edward L. Cown is vice president ir.
charae of Membersh:-> of Mount Sinai's
Auxiliary.
Beach Councilman Speaker At New Luncheon Club
Tour Of Community Service Projects
Is Planned By Greater Miami NCJW
A bus tour of some of their Com-
I in unity Service projects is being
[planned by the dealer Miami Sec-
It ion. National Council of Jewish
|Women, for Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Members and prospective mem-
bers interested in volunteering for
the community service program
are invited to participate.
The tour, leaving Jordan Marsh
parking lot downtown at 9:45 am..
will stop at Biscayne Gardens F.le-
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capped program underway there:
will make a tour of the Jewish
Women's Braille Bindery. 2210 SW
Th>rd St.; visit the Stanley and
Martha Myers Senior Day Center,
450 SW Fifth St., and make a final
stop at Douglas Gardens, Jewish
Home for the Aged. 151 NE 52nd
St.. where a box lunch will be
served in Ruby Auditorium. Dead-
line for reservations is Wednesday,
according to Mrs. Julius Fried-
man, reservations chairman.
Other chairmen are: Mrs. Mar-
vin Haven, itinerary; Mrs. Robert
Spiegelman. luncheon; Mrs. Arthur
Welder, bus and Mrs. Jack Fried-
berg, flyer. Mrs. Burton Goldberg
is (ireater Miami Section's vice
president for community service.
Other services which are a part
of Greater Miami Section. NCJW's
volunteer program but not visited
on the tour will be discussed on
the bus.
Miami Beach Councilman Pau
seiderman will be guest speaker at
he first luncheon meeting of the
newly organized "for men only"
Gold Coast Luncheon Club at noon
Monday at Seacoast Towers East.
Those attending the initial meet
ng will become charter members
of the club, according to Sigmund
Dawer. president of B'nai B'rith
Gold Coast Lodge, the sponsoring
trganization.
William Einhorn and Sold Klein
.ire in charge of reservations. Mori
YM Plans Theatre Party
For Succot Celebration
Attendance at a performance of
Pinocchio" by the Prince Street
Players at Dade County Audito-
rium will highlight the Succot holi-
day party planned bv the Greater
Miami YM-YW'HA for children in
the first through the sixth grades
Sunday beginning at 1:45 p.m.
Senior citizens of the YM will
celebrate Succot on Sunday. Oct.
13, with a traditional party in the
main ballroom of the "Y." begin
ling at 1 p.m.
Prem >n is executive director. nounced. A: the Nov. 4th meetin i
I he new luncheon club will meet
the first Monday of each month. S,ate Sena,("' Robert Shevin i^ I >
Richard Donath. program chair- discuss the new Florida Constitu
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Illustrating the theme 01 iheir annual fall luncheon"Spice
of Life"are members of the Suburban Leaque Women of
South Dade who raise funds for Variety Children's Hospital.
Shown (from left) are: Mrs. Morris Levitt, Mrs. Arthur Pepper
and Mrs. Alvin Rosen, president. The luncheon will be held
Oct. 21 at the Kings Bay Country Club.
Public Affairs, Community Service
Highlight NCJW Division Meetings
Public affairs and community
service agendas arc planned for
all division meetings of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
.scheduled Wednesday.
Rep. Claude Pepper and Slate
Attorney Richard Gerstein will ad-
dress Bay division's first meeting
of the year will) Rep. Pepper dis
cussing the work of the 90th Con
gress and Mr Gerstein speaking
on Winch Side Arc You On?"
Division president, Mrs. Philip
Friedman, has scheduled the meet-
ing for 11:30 a.in at Surfside Com-
munity Center, 9301 CoUins Ave.
Brunch will he served.
Mrs. Aaron Tepper, study group
chairman, is in charge of the day's I
program.
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Coral division, led by Mrs. Mel-
vin Shapiro, will hold its first
meeting of the year at Pythian
Hall. 4601 W. Fla'gler St. Mrs. Sid-
ney Lewis, past president of the
Greater Miami Section. NCJW,
will speak on "Council and the
Community."'
Lunch will be served at the
meeting which is scheduled for
ii :;o a.m.
'Voters Choice' Is Topic
At Hunter Alumni Meet
"Your Voice Your Choice, No
vember '68" will be discussed i\
representatives "'. the Republican
and Democratic parties at the first
The Know Your Neighbor Panel,
recently awarded first place for
women's clubs with under 100
members in the .Miami Herald Club
! Contest, will be featured on the
program at the Indian-Islands divi-
sion meeting at the Algiers Motel,
scheduled for noon.
The panel consists of five women.
Jewish. Negro. Cuban. Protestant,
and Catholic, with each woman
speaking about prejudice against
her religion, race, or country. A
question and answer period will
! lollow the panel discussion and
.Mrs. Irving Wexler, president ol
Greater Miami Section, NCJW, will
address the group on the inlerrela
tionship of public alfaus and com
munity services.
Presiding will be Mrs. Melvyne
Summers. Mrs Jack Friedberi is
chairman.
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Lincoln division will hold a mem
berghip party and brunch at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. New mem
Sers will be guests.
Mrs. Burton Goldberg, Greater
Miami Section, NCJW, vice presi
dent of community services, will
speak to the group on "What Coun
cil Does in the Community." Mrs.
Maurice Serotta. chairman of
Council's Public Affairs and Com
munity Service Committee, will
discuss, "Mow Important the No
vember Election is lo l All."
Miss Elsie S( 'i.'. ahe i pro i
chairman Mrs Cyc Wechsler is
the division leader.
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Meet the Press Session
Planned at YM-YWHA
A special "Meet The Press" ses
-ion to probe the upcoming na-
tional elections, featuring three lo
cal editors will be held at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
8th St.. at 8 p.m Wednesday.
The chief editorial writer for
The Miami News, Jack Kassewitz,
Mrs. Jeanne Bellamy, only woman
editorialist for the Miami Herald
and Pat Murphy, who is editor-in
chief of the Coral Gables Times &
Guide, compose the panel.
A question-and-answir period i-
to follow the panel discussion, and
the informative session will be
open to the public.
Mrs. Jack Cantor Heads Technion
Amen-] the more than 300 guests attending
the fir t luncheon cf the season of the Tem-
ple Ner Tomi'l Sisterhood last week were
(from lefl : Mrs. Michael Glazier; Mrs. Rita
Salomon; Mis. Irving Bequn, donor games
chairman; Mrs. Jeanne Feidman, S^t^rhood
president; Mrs. Jack Greonber--'. ways and
means chaitmc l and v'^e dp jident; and
Mrs. Sadie Trosky, board member.
Mrs. Jack L. Cantor, newly
ilected president of Miami Beach
Chapter Women's Division. Amer-
ican Society for Technion in Israel.
w:Il be installed Thursday, Oct. 10,
at a luncheon meeting in the Al-
2 ers Hotel.
other Officers to be installed are
Mr.=. Max Kern, Mrs. George Val-
entine. Mrs. David Ponve and Mrs.
Harold Shapiro, vice presidents:
Mrs. Fannie Fror.imer. treasurer:
Mrs. Flora Sinick, financial secre-
tary; Mr-. Bernard Kwartin, assis-
tant financial secretary; Mrs. Na-
than f.e.ier. recording secretary;
Mrs. Ruben Porter, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. liuth Johnson Ber-
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Sight League Plans Meet
The Rhoda M. Levine Chapter,
Fight For Sight League of Greater
Miami will hold its first meeting
of the fall reason at noon Tuesday
in the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
public is invited.
Menorah Sisterhood Meets
Sisterhood of Temple Menorah
will hold its next meeting at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 16. in the
Temple Social Hall. 75th St. and
Carlyle Ave., Miam" Beach.
Club, 2601 NW 119th St.. at 11:30
a.m.
The business meeting will be con-
ducted by Mrs. Philip Pearlman,
president.
A debate between incumbent
Democratic Congressman Dante
Fascell and his Republican oppo-
nent, Mike Thompson, will high
light the meeting of the South
Dade division at Sweden House,
14875 S. Dixie Hwy.. at 10:30 a.m.
A business meeting will be held at
9:15 a.m.
Mrs. Jerold Sehwarz is division
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Friday. October 4, 1968
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IT WAS THIS WAY
Going this^i-way an his vacation was Dr.
Bernard Abel; yoinji that-a-way was his wife.
Mimi anil their Iwo girls, Uarhara and Palti. Poor
Papa Hied to call his family in Venice Italy,
Hi rig Kong without success. He finally
reached then by phone in Romeafter he got
. to Miami. I'lrs is the first time the Abels
were forced into separate vacations. Dr. Bernard
had a medical convention to go t'>: Mimi and the
- went to look at a girls' school in Switzer
land They reached New York in time to say
'hello and goodbye" to a fifth member of tl e
famil) Dick- just as he was leaving for the
E.B.T convention in Sun Valley and a visit to
San Francisco and vicinity.
A present was waiting in Mimi's kitchen when
she '-in' home a Radar Ransje: It will take
some getting used to Mimi found that following
the directions was extremely importantil it
says a minute and a half it means just that. All
kinds il things flew around their kitchen at first.
Eggs and escarffOts look great on the ceiling!
MY GRANDSON AND I'M SO PROUD
Helen (Mrs. Arthur) Winarick has a grandson
attending the University of Miami. Stephen II.
Haas, son of Mr. and Mrs Alvin Haas of Cleve-
land. Oh:o. is even busier than she is. though', so
she doesn't get to spe as much of him as she
would like. He was just anoointed chairman of the
Honor Council and elected Secretary-Treasurer of
O.D.K.. a national collegiate honorary fraternity
WHAT A BLAST!
There are six couples in the groupRobert
and Shirley Spieselman, .lav and Bernice Rossin.
Steve and Mary Quartin. Harris and Judy Reibel,
Marvin and Anne Sheldon and Morris and Mikki
Futemick. The clues the eirls pav when they get
together each week to play mah Jongs has fi
nanced a week's vacation each year for the past
five years for themselves and their spouses.
This \ar th*v hid a hall in Mexico: each
morning they left their adjoining rooms in the
hotel, not returning before two the next morning.
Ijst week the Futernicks had them all over to
their house, for a fantast'c evening of remember
ins] a fantastic vaca';on. Each couple brought the
fancy wine bottles they got in Mexico (very tricky
with two IPOUtS, and you drink right out of the
bottle i Mikki made guitar players for center
pieces, and used Mexican crackers for the dips.
but they had had enough "hot" food while thev
were in Mexico. Thev piled up chairs around
the pool and pretended they were again diving
Horn the cliffs at Acarwlco. It wasn't the same.
but no one really minded. Everybody was in th"
pictures of the trio, so no one minded seeing all
14 rolls of film. It was quite a party.
THE FLOWERS ARE FADING
Not here in Miami ... at "Mar-Stan's View''
in Hendi-'-sonvi""Martin and Stanlev Myers'
summer home Martha writes that fall is really
in the air and the nigh's are cold. She had a
busv summer with lots of company and lots of
golf. She also put up peaches and applescan
you imagine'.'
NEWS FROM NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
Sam and Fav Dreisen just heard the latest
news from their daughter Millie. Mrs. Leo D.
Berkowitz, who lust this last June graduated
cum laude from Biidsewater State College. She
is now planning to attend graduate school. You
see? College Is not just for the young. It was 34
years alter she graduated from high school that
Millie suddenlv felt she had reached a turning
point in her lifethat she had called on her last
fund-raising list, chaired her last executive meet-
in" haired hr last woman's club cakeand de-
cided to go back to college.
LEAVE THE FLYING and DRIVING TO US
It was called the Knopkes Tour (more or less),
since Jimmy Knopke did all of the organizing.
(He's awfully good at that sort of thing remem
ber when everybody had Hondas in Nassau?) Ten
couplesJimmy and his wife. Helen. Marvin and
Petty Cooper, Harry and Fay Blumin. Harry and
Marilyn Smith. Dan and Pearl Elkind. Paul and
Judj Rosen, Phil and Sylvia Davis, Manny and
las Manles, Harry anil Sadie Class and Sam
and Ethel I.einer started from N-w York, after
a slight delay, arriving in Israel 17 hour- later
For 11 days they traveled throughout Israel in
their own private bus complete with driver
During Beth Sholom's 25th anniversary cele-
bration in Miami Beach they had all met Col Ze\
Shaham. who had asked them to be sure to look
him up when they came to Israel. He sent his
own car with them and their bus was escorted
on an exciting tour of the new territories The)
drove up into the hills overlooking the Damia
Bridge, one of the two links between Israel and
Jordan. Here ihey were met by one of his staff,
who explained that a lieutenant colonel scheduled
to meet them had been detained Later they
hained thai he and one of his men had been
killed in a military engagement a few miles away.
Israel became an inspiration to this bus load
of travelers as they saw the country being de
veloped before their very eyes by young Israelis
living in a tent city while developing the West
Bank They saw the hope, the prayer and the
guts that is making Israel a nation to be reckoned
with before going on to Istanbul and then Athens
where a yacht was at their disposal for a cruise
in the Aegean Sea. It was a thrilling trip from
beginning to end.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
't's a wonder that I still get New Year's cards
I never send any' But it takes me a Ion- tune
to read through my cards. Along with the greet
ings was a rundown on what everyone was hav
ing for dinner (same thing, chopped liver, gefilte
fish, matzoh ball soup, for starters). Some people
"cooked." others "went "
Marsh and Steve Tobin had an adorable new-
type of New Year's cardit was engraved on the
inside of a Mr. and Mrs. informal, a charming
New Year's greeting. Harriet (Mrs. Milton) Green
was so busy with her new house, her greeting
card came late, il know she's busy, she hasn't
had time to "yak" with me for a long time.i I
always gel one from Rahbi and Devorah. Peninah
and Shirah Rosenberg from Melrose Park, Pa.,
and am always reminded of the great big apple
I didn't eat at a Succot party they had at their
home when they lived in Miami.
I wonder what made Ida Handler think I
wouldn't know who she was? Of course I do!
What fun to see Trudi's precise handwriting on
the greeting from Trudi and Jimmy Stern. But
Molly Silvermans home baked challah is what
makes the beginning of my new year. (So my
weight-watcher's pin is tarnished, and the dia-
mond fell out. The fresh challah is worth it!)
SHOW BIZ
This year is the "year of the benefits." Bin
ger and better movies and plays. Among those
getting a big play is an American Jewish Con-
gress presentation of a special preview showing
of "The Two of Us," at the Carib Theater at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 15. Next is "Funny Girl" spon
sored by National Women's Committee. Brandeis
University, also at the Carib, on Dec. 16. The
third is the gala opening at the Dade County
Auditorium on Dec. 18 of the world's most ac-
claimed musical, "Fiddler on the Roof" That is
the benefit performance that National Council of
Jewish Women is selling tickets for.
Frances Lehman
: '
New Undersea Cable Will Improve
Miami Israel Telephone Service
Floridians will benefit by signifi-
cantly improved te ephone service
between the United States and Is-
rael via a new- undersea cable now-
being tested. R M. Gilstrap, dis-
trict manager, Miami Beach office
. : Southern Bell, announced this
week
11 \ ; hone an I
Telegraph Company has acquired
circuits in the i at ha
been buill between Tel Am v. Is-
rael, Marseilles, France, by
the Israeli and French govern-
ments.
AT&T said il is already using
six circuits in the new facilitj and
will be using a total o( 11.000 cir-
cuits when ei vice on the cable is
officially inaugurated in October.
"The need for .id-lition.il facili
lies to handle calls to and from
Israel has been evident for some
time but it was dramatized par
ticularly last year when hostilities
broke out in the Middle East."
Previously, all calls to Israel
went by Transatlantic cable to Eu-
rope and continued to Tel Aviv
via high frequency radio, which
can be affected adversely by at-
mospheric conditions. There is no
Satellite-Earth station in Israel at
present.
More than 43.000 calls were
completed in 19 United States and Israel ii i.- esti-
mated that five times that many
will be made in 1970
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Hialeah, Florida
52.000 SO. FT. INDUSTRIAL
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new Miami Merchandise Mart. Easy
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000. Cash or terms.
Hicks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5161 S.W. 8th Street
411' FRONTING
ON PONCE
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68,000 SO. FT. under roof 2Vi
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Lovely Belle Isle, on the waterfront,
off Venetian Causeway. Spacious
on" and two bedroom, furnished or
unfurnished. Air conditioned, large
pool, boat docks, free parking. Two
choice apartments available now.
S22S to $300. Adults, no pets.
11 Island Ave.
532-6918
Between 9 a.m. & 6 p.m.
HISTORIC HOTEL
FOR SALE
32 ROOMS, VALUABLE LAND.
$35,000 OR BEST OFFER.
$8,000 DOWN WILL HANDLE
Call Owner
247-9976
SKY LAKE-HIGHLAND LAKES
BEAUTIFUL
POOL HOME
3 BEDROOM 2 b.lth, family room
and large panelled den or 4th bed-
room. Gorgeous screened patio with
pool and B-B-Q. Includes carpets.
dripes. all appliances, central air
and heat. Fenced yard, sprinklers,
all in perfect condition. $197 a
month pays all BY OWNER, for
$37,000. Call 945-5861 for appoint-
ment.
LU JEAN APTS.
1600 N.W. 7th Court
Luxurious Florida living and con-
venience combined. Within walk-
ing distance of all hospitals and
Miami Civic Center.
One and two bedroom, furnished
and unfurnished. Air conditioned
and heat. Laundry facilities.
POOL PATIO
See Rental Agent
374-1473
Apt. 103
665-3417
COCONUT GROVE
HOME
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home in beauti-
ful section of South Grove, large
Florida room, well landscaped fenc-
ed yard, $23,500. For sale by
owner. 4161 Bonita Avenue.
Phone 666-6043
COkAL GABLES
HOME
LUXURIOUS SPANISH
If YOU have a flair for a luxurious
Spanish home if you adore an
unusual livingroom thai flows into
a formal diningroom it you need
4 bedrooms, 2 maids rooms, modern
kitchen try this one. $47,500 firm
from owner.
Phone 667-3871 after 9 a.m.
GERMAN SHEPHERD
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AM OFFERING to 5 people only
interesting co-ownership of pups
from my first HAUSBERLIN litter
in 4 ye.ars. You pay $75 and give
me showing rights to 11 mo. Then
dog is yours. No replacements, no
preclaims of Show Quality. We
gamble together. Applicants must
have some experience.
HAUSBERLIN DOGS have won:
many Class 1sts: Sweepstakes; Best
pup in match; MAJOR POINTS;
and countless ribbons. For inter-
views call Mrs. Doris Berlin at
271-6389.
WANTED TO BUY
ALL SILVER COINS
TOP PRICES Paid. FREE PICKUP
CALL 949-4524
THE
LAZARUS
CORPORATION
PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
HOMES FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER
HOMES AT
13800 S.W. 82nd Court
$40,000 to $50,000
Only 5 north facing acre sites
remain for exclusive homes in
heart of popular Palmetto District.
DON'T WAIT!
YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W 65th Avenue at 114th Street
J. S. BLAIN
Over 47 Years Selling Florida
FLORIDA LANDS
INVESTMENTS
SUITE 807
OLYMPIA BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Courleous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
RED HOT AREA
70 ACRES
NEAR KROME AVE. and NEW
AIRPORT. HIGH-DRY LAND.
$1,750 per acre.
Excellent Terms
CALL 624-1446
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!
Hurricanc-Allmand- S. C. Craft
So. Dixie Hwy. at 31st Ave.
SPORTS CITY MARINE
448-7448
EXCITING
Nightclub Franchise
EXISTING operations now show
ing over 30c", net profit. We are
looking for an investor or group 0.
investors to open clubs in the
Miami arfi. Your < mvestn ent de
pending upon your percentage o'
the c'ubs will range from $10,000
to $50,000. For more infnrmatior
about joining America's fiost ex
citing nightclub chain call Mr
Simmons in Miami at 271-2568.
WANTED
FURNISHED BEDROOM ALSO
KITCHEN PRIVILEGES ON FIRST
FLOOR OR ELEVATOR APART
MENT BLDG. SEASON COM
MENCING EARLY NOVEMBER
BY REFINED CHILDLESS MID
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WEST MIAMI VICINITY CORAL
WAY AND FOURTEENTH
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ENCES EXCHANGED. WRITE
W. F. B., BOX 2973, MIAMI
FLA. 33101.


Paoe 12-B
*. k** i t Fforicffo'1
Friday October 4. 1968
MARK WILLNER
On Si morning, Oct. 5. at
the 8:15 a.m. -crvices in the Main
Sanctuary oi Temple Ner Tamid,
Mark Steven, -on of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph WUlner, wiil become Bar
Mitzvah.
Mark is a student of Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School. He is a sports en-
thusiast and enjoys painting and
fishing.
A reception in Mark's honor will
be held at the Willner home at 733
81st St., Miami Beach.
RICKY GELTZER
Ricky David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Geltzer, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 5,
at Temple Emanu-El.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High School, Kicky is
an avid fisherman and bowler.
$ *
FREDERICK HAUSMAN
Frederick Neil, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Hausman, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Synagogue on Saturday
morning. Oct. 5.
A student at John F\ Kennedy
Junior High School, Frederick is in
his fifth year at the Harold Wolk
Religious School and will become
a member of the Confirmai -
class of 1969.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception at the Diplomat Coun-
try Club Saturday evening. Attend-
ing the reception will be Mrs. H.
Rosen, his maternal grandmother,
and his paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Hausman.
JERALD POLLOCK
I
Jerald Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kalman Pollock, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 5, at
Temple Emanu-El.
Jerald is in the eighth grade at
Ida If. Fisher Junior High School,
where he plays oboe in the school
band. A cabinet member of the
Student Council, he is interested
in audio visual work and equip-
ment and has won the I.TV. Sci-
ence Service Award.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silberman
Jeralds grandparents, will attend
the event.
Jerald Pollock
Bernard Roth Frederick Hautman Randall do,bins
LEGAL NO.ilE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
the. uml, rst^iM if. ilesirinfc to engage
in buyintss umler ihe flctttloiu .iame
f BIRD HOU8E at 3*5 Went Flakier
Street. Miami. Florida intend* to
register laid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court < Da.I.- Cuntv,
Florida.
(;ii.s<>>.\ inc.
By: S)l> LonIM Giles
President
LAW OFFICES OK
IRWIN J BLOCK
Attorneys for
OILSOX, INC.
IPth Kl Dai!.- Ki-.l.-r. I lluililniK
I' 1 E FlaKler Str.-it
-Miami. Florida 8J131
__________________U./4-ll-lt-L'.-.
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYIN CHANCERY
No. 8-15023
DOREATHA SMITH,
Plaintiff.
v.-
ROOSEVELT SMITH,
Defendant.
TO: ROOSEVELT SMITH
R.si.lence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
(f Complaint for Divorce na been
filed attainst you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
i.n the Plaintiff.-. Attorney, CHAR-
LOTTE J. BARK AX. 1111 Ain.-lev
Building. Miami, Florida S3132 aim
file the original Answer or Pleading
m the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the ih day
if November. 19(8. If you laiI to do
mi. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st dav of October l'.-r.).
E B. I.EATHER.MAX.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPULAXD
___ Denutv Clerk
CHARLOTTE J. BARKAX. ESQ.
Mil Alnsley Building
Miami. Flori.;.. 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tel. :;ri--.i,i.t
________________t_______1"/4-ii-ik-:t.
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDErt Oe rUB.ibA i iON
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 68-15042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROT POLASKE,
Plaintiff.
vs
JOAN POLASKE,
l left ndanl
TO: JOAX 1'OI.A.SKE.
i o .MBS CKOKOIA MARSH
3092 West 17th Avenue
D. aver, I Colorado 80804
You JOAX POI^\SKE are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
Mid you are required to nerve a copv
if your Answer or Pleading to the
lill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
Attorney. BERNARD A WIEDBR.
ESQ.. 407 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beaah,
Florida 3313H and file the orlsjnal
Answer or Pleading m the office of
ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or
before the i;th day of .November.
I!'fi8. If you fall to do no. judgment by
default will be taken against vuu for
the relief demanded In the "Bill of
RANDALL ROBBINS
Randall Keith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Robbins. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Oct. 5,
at Temple Beth Am.
An honor student at Rockway
Junior High School, Randy was a
member of the school band and .
won the Excellent Achievement
Award for Physical Fitness. Active i
at the YMHA, he was named the ,
Most Valuable Player in basket- !
ball. Now an .eighth grade student j
it Palmetto Junior High School, j
he is beginning his fourth year as
an honor student at Beth Am Re-
ligious School.
His parents will host a reception
and luncheon in his honor at the
Kng's Bay Yacht and Country
Club alter the service.
Among the many guests will be
Randy's maternal grandmother.
Mrs. Miriam Speisman, Miami
Beach.
BERNARD ROTH
On Saturday. Oct. 5. Bernard
David Barkan Roth, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Roth. 7350 SW
21st St.. will be called to the Torah
at Temple Or Olom at the 8:30
a.m. services when he will become
| Bar Mitzvah. He will conduct the
entire services on Friday night as
, well as on Saturday morning.
An honor student at West Miami
Junior High School where he is
' now in the eighth grade. Bernard
is al-o a Hebrew High School stu-
dent at Temple Or Olom.
Bernard's father, who is presi-
dent of Temple Or Olom. and his
mother will host the Oneg Shabbat
following Friday evening's services
and also the Kiddush Saturday
morning.
Among the guests will be his
maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Barkan of Miami,
his paternal grandfather, Morris |
Roth of Miami Beach and grand- !
mother, Mrs. Lillie Roth, of Wood-
mere, Long Island. NY., and other
out-of-town ^uest-.
STANLEY RUBIN
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Rubin, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Oct. 5. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
Stanley is in his sixth year at the
Harcid Woik Religious School and
will become a member o! the Con-
firmation Class of 1969.
A reception will be held in honor
of the celebrant at the Famous
Restaurant on Miami Beach Sat-
urday evening.
* i
JAMES STANG
James Ian. son of Mrs. Mildred
Stang and the late Eric Stang of
Lakewood. N.J., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
urday morning. Oct. 5.
James is a student at the He-
brew Academy and is a member of
the South Florida Youth Symphony
Orchestra.
Training Session
For B'nai B'rith
*
Seventy-five local i; ,,
'Gold Liar leaden will i
in a leaden lip training p
at the Seville Hotel Sundas
nine; at 10 a.m.
Stewart Gibson of South.:
Telephone Co. will present
ship from the viewpoint of in
while a representative of thi
Carnegie Institute will discus.- the
Leaders' Responsibility for Salt
of the Intangible Idea."
Al Golden. South Florida Council
Leadership Development chair-
man, will preside.
! I BET YOU "'
DIDN'T KNOW
I By FRED SANDIER
:
LSHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
From All Officers Of
YOUNG ISRAEL of MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi A. Ben-Hillel Aix Kloiman. President
J%UU,90&ptM o/Wiami
225 S.E. FIRST STREET
svnnounces
UmtL ME-SE1S0B M4DE Tt MEASURE SAIC
* *PECIAL $UIY$ **** S1M.00
SPECIAL COATS SSS.00
~fin* ^Jhinai CjooJ f-^rictS (1ST. 1W0)
-
Herat interesting qveition
. Cm you MtM wrfcich men
has ployed in mere World Seriei
games than anyone tit* in kit- I
tery? Answer is Yogi Berra ,
. Vagi set Mm all-time record
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''"m|>laint
DONE
orida,
IMS'.
E U LEATHER.MAX.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
I de County. Florida
By: L. BNEBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Sell)
HER.NAHD A W1EDER
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/4-11-18-25
come To Israel" flights honoring Israels 20th Anni- st,' .1 lu .1 y '*.' Mc,'0n Pic,u,es' and
versary and our own 21st Year of Flying to this urT. ITSSilii .T'mI charge The "ien<"*
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Did you know such a thing
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the Red Sox And so, no
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Friday, October 4. 1968
*Jenist ftoridfkMl
Paoe 13-B
Cocktail Party Saturday
Benefits Project HOPE
A cocktail party at the Sunset
Country. Club to benefit Date
County Women's Committee for
| Project HOPE will be hosted by
Judge and Mrs. Sidnev Rfronson.
In the receiving line with the
Efronsons will be George and Yolly
! Buchanan. William and Wilma
; Cain and Dante and Jeanne-Marie
Fa.seel I.
Eli Breger Running For District Judge
Eli Breger. a practicing attor-
ney and former Municipal Judge
ot tile city oi .North Miami Beach,
is a candidate for the olfice oi
District Court of Appeals Judge in
me November election.
Mr. Breger. who lives at 17101
NE 11th Ct. and is a member of
Beth Torah Congregation, is active
in the Jewish War Veterans and
Knights oi Pythias and is on the
Lawyers' Committee of the Jewish
v'ational Fund.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School and the University of Miami
Law School, he served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II. and
has practiced law in Dade County
since 1949. Mr. and Mrs. Breger
are the parents of four children.
Pamela Hope Grossman (left), dauq'-itr of Mrs. Anne Gross-
man of Miami Beach, is shown orco'iici at the Western
Wall en inner a recent visit to 1st-' M-s. Grossman is on
the staff of the Israel Bond Cn-lization cf Greater Miami.
l3
By ROSALAND S. ZUNSER
5UCCOT MENU
Succot comes on the 15th day of Tishri. following Yom
Kippur, and for eight days we eat in the outdoor Succah dec-
orated with evergreen branch rooiing and fruit hanging from
the rafters.
In the ancient days in Palestine it was a time for the harvest was in; the families came to Jerusalem and
camped in succahs on the hills surrounding the Temple. The
meals were festive ones.
MENU
Ch.lUh
Chopped Herrinq Kichel
Chicken Soup with Noodles
Stuffed Roast Turkey Sweet Potato and Prune Tximmas
Peas and Carrots
Fresh or Stewed Fruit Compote Tea
STUFFED ROAST TURKEY
Stuffing:
1 turkey liver, broiled and
chopped
2 onions, diced
1 lb, prunes
2 lbs. sweet potatoes
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup brewn s"?ar
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon margarine

I
1 lb. schav (sour grass or
sorrel)
1 lb. spinach
3 quarts water
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 onion, minced
1 tablespoon sugar
Salt and pepper to taste
LAJhat s Kmm*o0mn
We Are Pleased
fo announce our
Season Opening
LUNCHEON 12-3
DINNER and SUPPER
5:30 to 12 P.M.
BAR and LOUNGE
7 Days a Week Tit 2 A.M.
NOW OPEN EVERY DAY
i
TO MSTJLM
MSO E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE
ft* block north of Bread Cimwiy
on Boy Harbor Uland
MIAMI BEACH Tel. UN 6 7C*
YOUR HOST
THE LERNERS
HAMV
ZUCKERMAN
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVI.
CATERING
FOR
AIL OCCASIONS
JE 1-3987
MIAMI
BEACH
Jfesfjaunnt
.awllhtnincinCiiina.
I
Continental TO Kosher Caterers
I e WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
j At Tour Home, Hall or Synagogue
CALL FOR FREE TAKE-OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only "Jfcomer Shobbos" Restaurant
393 BIKO ROAD, MIAMI Phone, 226-1744, 2219096, 2264031
1 cup sMcd rnusl,r'''',r"s
8 cups stale breadcrumbs
2 carrots
1'4 cup chopped parsley
Saute onions and mushrooms in turkev fat if ahou* r>0"nd
narve mareari"e: dH rhonped liver, bren- Wash cavity of a 12-13 lb. turkey thoroughlv. inside and outside,
tuff loosely; so body. Cover t'irVev well w'th margarine befom D'acinR bre-t
down on a rack in a roasting pan Roast at 500 degrees for 20
minutes, add one cup stock in which giblets have been coo' H.
two stalks of celery, including leaves, and two cirrots ct in
chunks; reduce ovph to 350 decrees and pnntinue o v** ha*-
in<< frequently with "an juics until tur1'". is Hne fl'w 18
mins rw>r pound). Turn turkey over for the last hour to brown
the breast.
Gravy
Add to two tablespoons of fat in which turkev was roasted
two tablespoons n' flour and cook until flO'ir is light brown. Add
all the brown bit* fro the bottom and s'des of routine on.
stir in two cups of stock in which giblets were cooked and boil,
stirring constantly. Season to taste.
SWEET POTATO and PRUNE TZIMMES
EL CORTUO
For the l-"inst
in Spanish
Dining
LUNCHEON AND DINNER
11:30 A.M. MIDNIGHT
Cuisine Supervised By
Internationally Famous
LUIS SANCHEZ
2982
Coral Way
?43-7342
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL BATUMIRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty oi the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
\ and i*<>\ r
KOSHER CATERERS
from hor d oeuvrea to complete buft>t
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-265J
Undar the itrict supervision of the United Kaahrua Aasoc.ation of
Greater MiamiSupervising RabDi: Raobi Arjrana* J Safra
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAH MMVAHS StCtPTIONS
On bottom of casserole put a laver of sweet potatoes halvd
and peeled. On top of that add a laver of prunes. Repeat. Add
lust enough water to cover, sal', sugar, lemon juice and nwea-
rine Bake at 325 degree* until tender fabout one hourV Keo
casserole partly covered and do not stir. More water can be
added if necessary.
If you have a schav-lover in your familv. as 1 have in mine,
t you will take advantage ol the season for this, and to exten I
you may mix it with chopned spinr>.ch to make a souo -hat i to
their liking, and is nutritious and refreshing on these warm
Indian Summer day I
SORRELL and SPINACH SOUP
I
Remove stems from spinach, chop spinach and sorrel, add
onion and water and bo'l 10 minutes. Add lemon juice and sugar,
salt and pepper to taste. When cold, add one cup sour cream
I beaten up well with 1 cup buttermilk. Refrigerate. Serve ith
j hot boiled potatoes, two or more hard cooked eggs, diced, and
I one diced cucumber.
AH
JAPAN0|
STtAK
wusn
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Sarved Japanese Sfy'a
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KEY WEST #1 DUVAl ST. 296 8558
FT. LAUD. 17th ST. CAUSEWAY 5256341
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AMPU 'A1KINO SPACI ON MIMIIIS
haulms OutblNh
EST. 1919
OPEN FOR LUNCH
1300 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
2Uf STREET off COLLINS
MIAMI BIACM
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jea-0525
Safiao
owner


?aqe 14-B
+Je*ist tkridkir
Friday.. October 4. 1968
Rites Are Held For
Nathaniel J. Klein
Funeral services for Nathaniel
Klein. Miami Beaeh allorney
nd chairman ol the board "I Key
Pharmaceuticals, were held Tues-
l ay
Mr Klein. 63, who lived al 3040
lion lid had lived in this area 27
tears, coining here from Newark,
.i
i in the law firm
: Klein, Moore and Kline, he was
i member oi the State Board of
aw Examiner having been ap-
rited in 1952 by Gov. Fuller
Warren. A foi ner special agent lor
ie Federal Bureau of Investiga-
on, Mr. Klein had also been a
lember of the U.S. Trade Mission
.i I sud.in and Somalia
nd belonged to the President's
( ul..
Among his other memberships
ere the Dade County, Florida and
Jersej Bar Associations;
nai B'rith, United Jewish Appeal,
American Friends of th( Hebrew
University, and the Regional Kx-
| ort Expansion Council.
Survivors include his wife, Mil-
I red; a son. Donald M : a daugh-
ter, Mrs Janice Bar son; a brother.
Seymour, ol Asbury Park. N.J.:
three sisters, Mrs. Frances Manclle.
Newark. N.J.: Mrs. Ruth Feigen-
baum. Bal Harbour, and Mrs. Hilda
Balten, Forest Hills. N.Y.; and six
grandchildren.
Interment was in ->it N'ebo t'eme-
lery
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-14737
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE No. 68 A 327
NOTICE 18 HEHEHV lilVEN thai
II l. Personal, holdei of Count) Tax
Sale i'. i in,mi., numbered K787, --'' E\ V ll.vvv SACHS,
KKH4, Mini .m.l I3S issued the 1*1 day Plaintiff
of .1 tin- A l> IHU5, li.i- filed ...hi,, in \-
in) office, ,n,.I ha" made application TlltBRIO SACHS,
for :i lax deed t" I" laaued iti i Defendant
Said n e* embrace Ihi follow- To. TIKRKIO SACHS
lug .1. .. i:!.. .1 |iro|)ert.v, in the Count> Cun Major SerHir
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 73094-B
IV RE Rotate .d
l.ciriS DAYMAN
II
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKEin ,:iv i \ ,,, .
the undendaued, rtemring to eni
business under the f|, lltl.....
Itn-llAltl. .1 lll-.l.l-.MAV x| |,
I till in. .i. vv aj Coral liahh ,
if I ladi
Florida,
xvlt;
i: l..i 12 |{|oi k I Pen ln< Suii .
Plat Book II Pag) ', in Ihi
County of I..... .- I
;i. .;.....! | Nil
>7*7 Thi mn in of said prop-
er!) under the >., I rertl flcati
sued w:,.. in the in.......f Jol
Urn
I.-.i l t. -- N 73 fl A lew* s :
lv. I. I, VVeni per-
i I Pan, 15, In I he
i '..u> 1} ol I hide, Stall ol Kloridn.
........ ,| || i \,,
Pht ewwmci said pmp-
i i undei Ihi .aid
nf Jnr
McKiunc) I
i f I ,o I 4 11 I
P, rrine, Plat Book 1.1 P -
H v a,, more "i li **
in the i 'uunl > -I I liidi Stall ol
K riila, .i- emlii need t'ei
No --'.4 TI:. .l--.....|ii. Ill of
i.i opt r; > in .I. II.. rl eel
i ill... Issued wa* in I hi in n
Hi i.: I' .v a i ;. orgtn
X fl l."i S Block S, Weal Pi
rlne Add, Plal Hook 14 Pane I!',
ilo i 'ount) of I ladi State of
Florida, a* i mbrai ed In < 'erl in -
rate No MMll, The :i--. u. nl of
...lid proper!} under Ihe aaid rer-
: |..n, .1 u .i. Hi 111,- tiiiln.
..i Philip & HIone> Klghj. Minors
I...i III Block ::. Symmea-Sharman
Tract, Plal Book : Page I7n In
Hi. County Dade, State of Flor-
ida, as embraced in Certificate
N*o. 91 S3. The aaaeaament "f mid
property under the said certlflc-ate
issu.il "as iii id, name < Theo-
dore Hear) ft u Dalay
I'nlea* wrld certificate* shall be re-
tj il.s.t iin 'I herein will be Hold to the
hlaheat bidder al tin- Court Houae
7 Plml Floor
San Paulo, Brnall
V ou, TlliEKIi SAt H> hen
bj notlfieij lhal u BUI of Complaint
foi rilvi I bi I > ou, and j ou ..i n uulred i> sen .i
eopj ol \ our v i k i r or Pli nil
Bill of Ci mplulnl ii Ihe Plaintiff's
atloi lie}. VVAI TEKS, Mi M>KE A
i'' ISTANZI I mil Aiimli \ Bu
Miami, Florli and file ihi original
Viikm ei i i Pleading In Ihe ofl ol
i Cli rk of the Cout
i be HI I In) ol Xox i-mln I. I*
li ) ai 1. i| In do ludKniciil b) di -
I fauli will be taki n again*) >.-u for
Ihi i lief dell Ihe Call of
.ml
I .....
em h week for four i ulivi -
1 '1 K .1 K\\ '.-'ii Fl ol! i >L\ \
i .\i: ami >kdekki>
! ill
\ I,
i: II LEATHERM V\ Cli
1 i ult Court I '.al. I |l |
II] i' I' CopEi V.VIi
I lepul] '
i Courl Si
VV VI TEKS, X|i ii i|{r; ,v
I '' 1ST \ \/.'
i"" AInsle] BulldiiiR. Mian I
It] Arthur I l >.. '.. Imnn
Attorneys for Phi
Id in:- .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICK 18 HEKEin i:iv i:\ that
Ihi underaiirned, ,l, tiring t.. .
ia lai-in. ... under ihe fii lillout <
I A I'KX SALES i'i' nl a;|n \ v\
4'.ili S tree I. .Vliiuiii intends lo regisiel
said a.,in. ii|, ihe Clerk of III,
Mill i "ouri oi ii.,.i.- i oum piornl i
A PEX si ri'i.v ixc
II Klwala i '..) |
:'/l::-j" ._ | i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTICE 18 HEKEBY ISIVEX Ihul
Ihe uiol, i-ikii. .1. d.siri
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Intend! m register snid name
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION < "1. rk of the Circuit Courl i
AND FINAL DISCHARGE County, Florida
NOTICE If hereb) mini thai I have KICHAKH I HBI I'vi.vv. vi |, i. .
on Final K.....n and Petition foi SPAItBBK ami KOSKI.N P \
Ibutlon and Final Hlwharge a Attorney* fir Applicant
Executrix "' ilo eatati of IXH 18 '" N Blacayne Boulevard
HAVMAX, .1....1-..I .....I thai on Ihi Miami, Florida
_i da) ol Oclolier, I MM, will appl) t" 1 :T In |
Ihi HonorHhll 'nan Judge> ol II NOTICE. UNDER
ty. Florida, foi approval of mid fictitious name law
Final Keiairl am ror iiiatribution and XoTICE IS HEKEIO tllVKN 1
Ihe unilel s r ii il, desli mn o. ,
la ol thi almx e-nan bu under the fictitious i
This 2ti da) of September, I Ml
IIKOAI) and CASSEI.
Allot
1211 ,. al
Miami Ben, I
1 T I" t-l i -1
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
I'
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80512-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' re Esi
IIEKBEKT loll.N MTENCH
I leiel
til Cn I'
i ii
i.
tiEKAl 11 Vi.l.N \XHEII .Ml,..
Lincoln KihuI, Miami Hi .
t. nils
ol ihi Circuit Cou
' 'ount). Florida
t'.KRAI.Il VI i- X vvi n:i: \| |,
SPA lilt KH .1 KOSKI.N P i
I :
I Mi N la... i ., evard
K
i
NOi iCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
m iTICE IS HEKEin i;m
he Ulldi
i ess under the
KE<: > I AXIi BEKI:
Vnu an ii iliami. F
liresi iln I del i |, I nami
-' !l" '" in. circuil Court 11 ,
. HEKISEKT JOHN Ml BNCH i
il lute ol I ladi I Floi Ida | ,i;s s |.-,: x A \l-
Count] .. i inty, PKOPESSIo.VAI. ASStn .
and fill llu ilup a.- si'AKItEK in il IP 'SKIN I' \
prut nl, ,| Si n Flm Ida Xiiorm) \
Statute) )'" it....."ounlj ion y Blscuvin Boulevnnl
Courthouse in Hade County, Florida, Miami l-'i.i
SUGERMAN
HATTIE, T". ol 114? James Ave .
M It. pasaeil axva) Saturday i .Miami
Beach She cam) i" Miami Bench ."i
w.,i. nff)) from Jamaica, N V She
wan a member of Hadaaaah for 40
..ai> mill treasurer of the Miami
Beach Chapter of HadaaMh for I"
yean*. A board member * American Techninu, ghe wax a mem-
iier of Women's Brnndels Tnlveralty
'lull an a member of the Slaterl......I
a Templi Emanu-El She la mir-
.i\..,| by t".> daughtern, Miriam Bir-
,ai of Miami Beach and Shlrle) Qroh
.f Miami: t" slatera, Mm. Milton
Klatter and Mrs. Jeiwe Klewannky,
both of Miami, six grandchildren
ami >i\ great-grandchildren Serv-
A.i-. held Sundji) al lite River-
Alton Kd M B
Intel in. ill M i XelMi.
door on the find Monday in Ihe m.....h in bualneas under tin, fie......us name
of November, A l> \'..*. tt-hich i- Ihe ,,f AXI.EK. I.l'l'.iivv VXP BFCK ,i
4)li da) ol November A.D, I Ml HI IHI S.W -Oil Vv.nn, VI In ml Pin
Dated thi. Stith da, ol September, i,...,s riiaiet-Tdd 5 whh
B LBATHBHMAN :l,,,'l,,rk "' ''" cl"Ull Courl of
I..,,-:'...;'-... '*a.l.- County. FloridH
xx Him -. \ i nli ndai mouths from 'I
im......ul ......'
Hi. Kiimi xtill lie barreil
I luted al Miami. Florida. Ihis ilaj
,l Sept) inbi r v I > IM*
VIKtilNIA I. MTENCH
As Admlnlatrntrlx
l'ir-i publii alion oi I'.- imili) on
Ihe :'T ,1..% of September, IMS
WHITEXCKEni il la HIBIXS
Attorne) for Adminiatralrix
vv li' Stn el
Hlaleuh, Florida
: m i-n-ia
NOTICE UY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF \|,.,lm Florida
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
Clerk Circuit Court
Dinl. County, Florida
My: I' !'. GTLDSTKANIl
Deputy i l.ik
(Circuit l '"iiri Sea 11
1" 1-11-11-2.-,
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE No. 68 A 42
NOTICE IS HEKEltV CilVBN Ihnl
DR8. AXI.ER, l.l'1'.i.vv AM,
BECK PROFESSION VI.
ASS) ICIATION
SPARRER and ROSK1X.P A
Attorney* for Apnllcalil
1"" N Rim a.M,. Blvd Miami
____________________H/m-20-27 I" 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
.1 i 'aae No .-13345
Cape Sable Corporation, holder
County Tax Bale Certificate* num.- DIANE Mi<'ATSLAND
bered IS48, :.:il4, 5S15, 5J1 and 541, Plaintiff
isound the 1st day "f Jutu v ii 1985.1 VM
has filed same in my office, and has i:n;i:\r XlcfAI'SI \\|p
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 68-14458
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KI.AIXE I' HEFT
Plaintiff
l\ I LI.I AM R HEFT
Defendanl
TI i WILLIAM R. HEFT
123!) Sweajle) Streel
North Touawauda.
New Vork I41jn
Vou, VV ILLIAM II HEFT, an hei
by notified thai 11 lull ol t'omplainl
27 i" 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is 111:1:1:1.V tin i:\ 1, .1
Ihe underaig led, ileslrlug i.....u..^. n
1 -...in-.s uuiler ilo- llctitious nami
ALI-BAR RESTATKANT nl 11
N vv 7th Sir.. 1, Miami, 1
tend* lo rettiHter -.>"l nami v
Clerk of ihe > 'In uit ) "out 1 ol
1 'ount). Florida
ALI-BAR, INC
.1 I) 11 ALI-BAR KKST.vi RANT
WALTERS, MOORR ft COSTANJio
Attorney* f-ir All-Bar, Im
v Ahinle) Building
10 I n-ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN lhal
Ihe underpinned, dealrlng to engage m
buainea* under the fictitious name* ol
A-1 JtlUK: A-i HELP: v-i WORK-
ERS; A-l PERSONNEL. A-l TBM-
1 PolLARY WORKERS; A-l l..vi;..l:
EKS A-1 TEMPORARY MEN A-l
TEMPORARY WOMEN; A-1 TEM-
PI >RAR> i:i l:l.s A-l vv 1 >MEN A-l
EMPU >\ EE8; A-l TEMPI 'II vi:V
EM II iY BES A-1 MEN V I (IIKLS;
made application for a lax deed lo he
Defeniluni
GOLDMAN
VBRAHA vi IAD. fil, of D225 1 'ollln*
v \ pajoted awa) Saturday. Il-
.tin.' here -N year* ago from Nett
I'ork and wa* a member ol tltblacu*
1..11I1;. F ft AM, tii-orge tjershvvln
K ..I P, Miami li. a, li Klks No
Sal, Paul Chancellor* Aawt Temple
.. 1. Shi m >. .ana It, ui-h Chamber
a '.iimi. t. Kestauranl Aasn, Sur-
> Ived b) I.i- xx Ifi Rubj s (laughti r
Joan: two hrothera, Baul a'nd Chick
ioblman of N.S'.C.. lhre>
tdlel Domtli) I '
Ida 1 ilnsberg of Ni \'< 11> Sen
were held Monda) al Ihe Rlvemldi
Alton Rd Inti 1 no nl al l-akt aide
in. .. i\
bwued thereon. M.,,1 .,11, ,..,., ,.- notice OF suit for DIVORCE
race Ihe following described tin...... T,, KCOENE McCATSI v\|.
iv. In 'ii. County of Had. stall 4.S...1 ssipZ.i "^'^
P'rt'- wit: vvV'rV^;.. s. Mo,
by 1.....rieil Dim 11 Hill id 1 ..molaini \ ; ''," ,.,. i ,, .'
rr ......r.e ha* been filed mains! you, ^e'xilT.RARY HVI l> v I I vi'.ii
.ml \..u are renulred t.. sen-i ,1 ...n\ I I-M I ''I. V1.1 111.1.1. A-l l.vi.i'i.
Ill I..,,," v.-u.i IVlVi,,,,, l th. BUI A-l TEMPtlHARY I AB*,.I
ol 1 ..,,.la,1 1 on it., PlalutlfP. attor- V'v, '.-' v-',^ -~\ v I, \
n) STANLEY K (ilNHIMAN. SUM BMPUM MEN1 is Vital >..
\ vv 62nd Street. Miami Florida 33147 Miami. Iiitenda to reglatei an
GLUCK. .1. in.1. '.. 1 1" S'E 175th Si
Riverside.
GREENE. 1 I in A 73, Mil m
Bi ai li i;..nl. 11, Interim nl Ml \. Imi
MICHALOVITZ. Mkhael I 76, Park-
VV B) Apt* Kit .r.id. lull 1111. 1
Lakeside
norek. Arlli US, 113ii 1 irexi 1 A\.
Blaabera lin.ini.-ni Ml Nebo
richelson. Sovel vv ;:. 1 :;43 Col-
lins -V\.-.. Newman.
WOLKOFF. Emma, 71, 100 King -
i'.iini I ir.. Netx ma 11
SALINGER. Mn Surah, >T I ."mi Buy
Rd Blasberg
TAUB. i...I.. .. I3(i VV'.-i Ave.,
1;..1.1.... lni.ini.nl .vii Nebo
WIEDEMANN. Federii-ti. 7!>, 230 VV
Rlvo Alto 111 Klvemide Inlermenl
vv.....Haw a
EECKERMAN. Morria, 82, luu v'.lh
SI Bi
FELDMAN. II..1 Id 1: I.", 742 VV 53rd
SI II ill
GREENBERG. Aertrude, 7k, 81 Kdg/e-
txater n i "oral < lable*. i a.i don In-
I) I III. ill Mar of l iav Id
HERMAN, Sarah Leah, no, D3n svv
Sei ..nd Avi Rlveraide
Interment Mi Nebo
ROSKIN, Phyllis S 36. 55tHI SVV 77th
('I Itn erslde,
ROSKIN. Phylll* s. 36, S5IHI SVV 771 li
i 'I Rivers Ide
BEHAR. 1.. na 71. 1...... Hub Si River-
aide Interment Ml Sinai
HARRIS. 'I'll.an.... A 63, ::i7" SVV
Eighth Si Blaabi rg
mindlin. Mas, iii Colling Ave.,
Sinai.
ROSEMAN, I..-UI-. 7". 2427 Lincoln St
II..Hi xx...... Blusbci .
FINKELSTEIN. Saul. 7:. IT'l l!u
lianaii St Hollywood, Beyer.
LIEF. Arthur, '", i.tl Lenox Ave.,
Uordon
manning, flenevieve H., 80, 17^" s
ilnil.s Dr Beyer, Interment Lake
side.
SiCF. Abe, IS, 7:.:::. Carlisle v *.
Riverside
TERCH. Anna. ;:.. (SI Calling An'
Bktaberg
BONIN. M,,nis 72, 26 N Short In .
Iliv. rsid.
KENIN, Al.inliam. 72, lOflg NB ISlal
St. Bpyer Interment Mt. Sinai
LEWIS. .Vlax. ^::. 15300 VV ai-hiinrfai
Vx. I.'ix .r.id.
PHILLIPS, II. n. .VI :n. 2067 N'E
Ulst lid. Rlveraide lni.ini.-ni Star
of David.
SAIFMAN, Kalmnn. It. "Tin Tatum
VVaieinay liiverside Interment Ml
Nebo,
Berlin. Benjamin, So, 4'H N. Knln-
I...H Dr. Hollywood Rlveraide.
MftVERS. Kitty A.. 6!'. l-Ol KB Xintli
St. Klnsh-rg.
MORSE. Michael J., S3, *S0 BW 70th
Ave. itlasberg-
Thal por ol Tr .:t lya bel Canal ft
\'W So, River l ir Fin Frull I......
I'.. Sub., Plal Book 2 Page 17 Sei
i a.a :: Townahlp 53 South II
4". l-aisi containing ''. Acres .....re
or I.---. In iii. i 'oui i) l :^u
.a Florida, a* < mbi.....I In
'i inn. ate No. 434!) The n> *i
in. ni of said proper!) undei 11 i
>ai.| .i r:rt. ate Issued xx-n> ii thi
a.mi.- of I nknov\ n
This deed Mill lie Issued -ni i
lo all other outata'ndlng ilelini
Ti i. ol vi. ,ii. > uixi mil :
I...I- -: lliru :.:: Bio i, llleli
Ti n. Plal Booh I'.il:. 117 in
ill. Count) ol I Hull Slnli nl Flor-
ida, a* embraced In Certiflcati
No 5311 The ass) aamenl < said
property under the said .-. i lii'i-
i-ate laaued was In Ihi nnm
Ealate ol Patrick .1 Murph)
I...i :::< Blia-k lit, Oleta Terrace,
Pin i Book Page 117 in Ihe > 'nun-
ty .! Dade, State ..f Florida, a-
ml.in.-.d in Certificate No 5315
The aaaeaamenl of said propert)
under Ihe said certificate issu.il
wa* in Ihe name of Kstai.- of Pat-
.1 Murphy
I...i 4" Block Ih, Hi la Ti i race,
1 'In Book Page 117 111 111. I '..in,-
l) .-i I M.l. Slate of Florida, a-
cmbracod in Certiflcati No 5316
The a .S.-..I.I--...... .;, i,| |.l ..:..
under the said rertlfli ati Issued
waa in the nam) ol Estate .i
Patrick ,l Murph)
I.,,I 2ii |.,..s El) PI Notx I.vl. in
I! v. Block 11 Eleanor Park. Plal
Book 11 Page DI In the i 'ounl t ol
[Jade, state of l-'l.a Ida, a- n
laa. .1 in Certificate No 5418 The
-mini ..f said propi n v under
Hi. -aid certiflcati Issued xva* in
Ihe name ..f Haveland Holiling Co
ft Sum. H
Ni >\ .1. i .- \
Vi-i'. El'UEXE McCAI'SIjVXD are
hen li) omitted ilmi ,, Complali i rm
hai beei filed nruinsi you
atid you ..... a......-. .
ol >..hi Vnstxi i- ... plead
I"' I Ha.i......I p
Al lorj KONAI II I. I wis
1' 111 Hull lini:
Flagler Street. Miami Fli
I'hoiu and
\ ,. I". B ,. ||,c
ol Ihe ;. rk Iln i 'in u I
mi before Iln 7 i, dot
I [ol.ei I'lS* li ...n | || .. ,|.. ...
ludgmi nl b) ih faull dl be iken
ngainsi ..n foi iln si a..
ii.il ......
Til's VtiTICE "hall be nul.l -'
.a. .- .,. ,-cUtl'
" ks li 'I'M i: .1 KVVISH I'l.i i|;i, i \
IK>NE AND iRDEKKD .
Floi Ida. iln- :":> ,1 .v ol Xu Usl
K B LEATHERMv\ i .
I'ii-.ui Courl
I i...i. i 'ount]. Florida
By C P ri ipEl AND
Deput) Clerk
H'h. mi Court Seal)
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 79858
II RE Kslnli .a
MI'KRAY I'.l.vs
Dl ..;-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti vn ',. d,i.,i. ,. v |',i> Hav.
lug I'laim.- or Demand Ag; -
Estate
You ai. hi rehj notified nd requii
etl pi. ..ni an> Ialm n il id miindu
' li you may In.v. gninwl Ihi
ealate ..f MURRAY I'.l.vs. d. ,. i
lale i.i l lade County, l-'l.....la I ||
Count) .Unit.-, .a |, .,i i ......, .,, ,,
Ihe name In duplli all and ..-
led m Sei I Ion 7':.: 16, Florida Sla-
Inleaa aald eertlflcaLes shall be re- lutea, ii ihi office* In Ihe I ,
deemed according to law, the nrop. Courtlious, In Dadi Counn Flm
.n> d.sirii,,,! I,.,-.,,, w,i.....id ,., within *ix calendar months fn.
hi hlsheat hldder at the Courl Houae find ,..,i.li. ,,,.,, hereof or tl ., ,
door on tin-first Mondaj In the month will be burred
..f Not nabei v D, 1068, n hlch is ihe
4iii da\ ,.i November, v I mns
Dated tins 30th day of September
A I) l8
I-: l: LEATHERM AN
clerk circuit Court.
Dad.- County, Florida
By: P. R Qfl D8TRAXD,
Deputy Clerk
ii in im Court Bean
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIONS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encase
in business under the fictitious nam,
i '.. .1 in Miami Florida, h HI
dn > nf Seplembi r. A.fl '
MHI RA BI vs
.v. i:\.. ini ,\
Fnsi publication of ii,.. ..
ii. 6ih du) of s. i.i.mi..,
fSEDROE 'Ml RERT
ah... nej foi Bx* in, i,
Suite j-"..
' no I In, Rn id i:
IO/4-1DI8.23 mihmi ,:,,,, ,,,:, ,
I -' : J.'-'JT
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'Tl'i: is HEREBY (ilVHN lhal
ilo uiiderslgnwl, dealrlng i.. .
.....i file th. original Anatxer ..r Plead-
mn m tin office of the I 'I. rk of the
Circuit Courl ..n ni la-fore Ihi
da) of i icti In i. Iin li you fall lo !..
.... Judgi m. nl Hi ... fault v, ill he lliki 11
ngainsi >ou for Ihe relief demmided
in tlo Call of i 'omplulul
Tins ii......- shall be publiahi d
each \\ foul -i ir \.....
in THE J BW ISH l-'l.' iRII 'IAN
I INK AND '111 iERED nl Miami,
l-'l.....la. Ihi* ."Hi da St-pti mbi r,
V I. IM
i: II LEATHERM VN C
null Courl I ladi I "ui iv I l. ida
II) \ A HEW I "IT. Ill lUI) I
- ii Com Si
SI v \ I.i :v R i ; iDMA.N
I'lhk \ VV .

!' L'7 In 4-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80516- B
RE r
Si H'HIE SELIK HOLD,
......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i ililoi md All Pel soils
li.i i lug i 'Uiini* or I'. m
V-.....si s Id Fetal)
You are hereb) ".a I fled n i Hired
') I"'' i m* ai il di in.....Is
i.u m ij h:,\. against Ihe ratal
SI IPHIE SEI IK HOI D. .... eitw !
lull ..; | .;. i I", i,
Count) Judge* of Dade fount) .....I
fill III. -:illi, dupl I
v id.-,l in Section 7 13 16, Floi iln .-
in. Il Iheil offlc, i,, id.- i 'nunty
t'ourlhouai liade Cou Florida.
dm ni..nIh from .
lime ..! Hi. ,ul alion herei oi
' ii bal i. d
l' ned imi, Florida, thh 21 tl
ila) : s. pli ml v I. r..;
JERt >ME SEI IK
ll.vi:l:ii"i sEt -i, EPSTEIN
v. Bxei utors
i a mi ..f Ihis until on
1' -7il> du) of Septemb) i IMJS
V JAY CRISTOL
Attorne) for Executor*
21 \ i: Flrsl Avei u>
'i "7 111 4-II-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-146R1
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
K*i> i: BARTON
Plnlntlfl
\.
I" 'IMS vi vi: l: VRTI i\
I f. ii.lam
TO DORIS VI.VI'. RARTON
la -al. ni I nknow ii
>..u. DORIS MAE BARTON,
x\ nh ih. 'li rk ..i ihe Circuil I
Daib County. Florida.
A-l LABOR INC
'7 l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OALJE COUNT-.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80335- B
In RK Eatnte (
IRAIA 'K,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i dlti'i anil All Pi i
II., \ < I. I I "
Snlil Ealate:
You an '' : eb) iiotiflei
In presi u"n) li mi
ii in. h you "a. ha vi .mi"
I IKMA CIKIK
Daib u Florldn li
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dai month* from Ihi '. n
in i publication li.....f. or Iln
u dl be bal red
Daled al Miami. Florida u
.a September, AD '.-
VVAI i vi'i: S vi vi:i:
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v- Executor of the I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH-L
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 68-14459
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
III IBERT -V QAN VS.
Plaintiff.
M V RJl iRIB I HAN VS.
In I.
T)i: vi m:.h hiii-: .i i;a\ vs
1219 Sweene) Street
North Tonawanda
New V nl I- 1130
You, MARJOIUE -I QANAf
hereby notified lhal .. Bill ] '
plaint foi I llvoro lias bi ei
at-am i you, and you are reiiulti '
s.l\. :i l-Op) "I your Ansu.-i ill
' iiik :.. the Bill of Compialnl or
Plaintiff's attorney, sT.vvi.r.v h
COODMAN, 2BH8 N.W 6Snd St., v]
ami. Florida, gnd file the original A
ii .i or Pleading in Ihe offlci id II
Clerk .a ilo- Circuil Court on or hi
Hi dn> of October
fore the .
:'.'''' If you fail In do mi, jinlKin.nl bj di -
Complaint for filu ....... taken agalnal you
mac HBRMBLL
Attorney for Applicant
IMt s vv. r:nl Avenue
Miami, Florida 3312!)
10/4-11-18-z.-,
it) H vi.i i ,,,. NEIJtON
Attorneys
".-. Un.oii, Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3313S
U/4-ll-lt-tfi
DATED at Miami. Floriila, this r,th
day .a' September, IMI
"- I'- I EATHRRMAN
' lerk .a tin- Circuit Court
Dad* Cotmty, Florida
Hy:I. s DePDWRO
H.27 'U/4-11-1S
fir, nil Court, I'ade County, KU.rid..
By: N A. HEW'KTT. Deputy fieri.
(Cln-uit Court Seal I
STANLEY Iv )!DMAN
MM \ vv S2nd sn.-i
Miami. Florida 33147
8I-681
9/21 10/4-il-l*


October 4, 1968
ft fenisti ftcridfiici/n
Paae 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE IS HEREBY ; I x K\ lhal
ndersign. "I. desiring lo engage In
i.ii-.-. under (he fictitious name
m\H,s 'N" PAILS hi 7i". N.B. ISTth
ret, N. Miami Beach, Fla, fo-
ul lo register said nine with the
i-i-li of ill' Clrcull Court ..r Dad*
nty, Florida.
AI.EX K. FINDER and
KITH FINDER,
his wif'. sole owners
HBODORE It NELSON, Ban.
iriiey for Applicants
Lincoln Rom,
In ml Beach, Florida
l/IS-SO-37 ID 4
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 80601-C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RR: Estate of ,
UtRV SIMONS,
N-ceased.
All Creditors 1: I All Persona
Having claims or Demands
lAgainal Said Estate:
ire herehy notified and required
Irescnt any claims and demand!
j may have against ihe estate
kltKY SIMONS, deceased late "I
unity, Florida, i" the County
of Dad* County, and Me the
duplicate ami as provided in
7S3.1A, Florida Statutes, in
offices in the, County Courthouse
nic County, Florida, within six
lar months from the lime of the
publication hereof, or the same
p barri'd.
d at Miami, Florida, this 26th
vf September, ad. Unix.
I'.abette S ACKBRMAN
As Executrix
It publication of ibis notice on
lili day of September, INI
and NEWMAN
pya for Executrix
til. Federal Building.
Florida
8 27 l 4-ll-ls
vMMNU
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
"And on this Yom Kippur, I shall ask Him to
forgive me for all my sins of the past year, and
for the very feeble attempt I shall make to
improve in the future."
Copr. 1963, Doytnu trodiKl.oA.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit
the undersigned, desiring lo cngagi In
business under the fictitious name ol
APEX RALES in nl 340 S.W 18th
Street, Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
APEX SI'PPLY INC.
a Fan Ida 'orp.
9/E0-27 in 4-u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring i engage in
buslneaa under iln fictitious name* of
A-l TBMPORAKY HELP: A-l TEM-
PORARY LABOR: A-l TEMPORARY
SERVICE; at vu N, Miami Avenue,
Miami. Florida, Intends lo register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
A-l LABOR INC.
9/20.27 I" 4-11
IOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
)E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-13897
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.A .MATILDA CASANOVA
tiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
fcl.l.KIIM'i CASANOVA.
efenila ni
I 7BIRLLERMO CASANOVA
^B A muni Avonue
disc, Itriiish lliniduras
dl'KIKI.I.ERMO CASANOVA
pby notified that a Itlll >f Com-
tor Divosoe haw been filed I
vou. and you are required to I
__ copy 'f your Answer or Plead*
r w the Bill i.f Complaint on the
Plaintiff- iiMc.ni. y. IVAI.TKI'.S,
MtX>RK '< iSTAN/.n. inns Ainsley
Building, Miami. Florida anil file the.
origin*! An-w.-r or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Ciri-uit I
on or before the 18th day of I
October, lfics If you fail lo do so. [
ent by d. fauM will lie taken
miii for the relief demanded
BUI of Complaint.
Kl* aotlee shall he published once !
wei-k for four consecutive weeks
rna jewish floridian.
INK AND ORDERED at Miami.
this lmh day of September.
IMS.
K B. LHATIIHHMAN. Clerk
rosjlt Court. I>ade County, Florida
By: C. L ALEEX.ANPER
l>eputy Clerk
jlrrmit Court Peal)
rittIR D. IHX-KKl.MAN, ESQ.
U/TBRS, MOORE COSTANZO
: Aiitalcy Building
uml. Florida 33132
Etorneys for Plaintiff
9/13-30-27 10/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-14557
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I EFERINI > i It INBAI .F.Z.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HER.MINIA B, GONZALEZ,
I lefendant.
TO: HBRMINIA E. GONZALEZ
71 Patterson Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey
You, HF.RMINIA E. < :< i.N/.A 1.1'-/. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. SIDNEY BFHON-
SON, 612 Ainsley Hid),'., Miami, Florida
33132, and file the. original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
31 st day of October, i;tis. If you fail to
do >, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the mil of complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
IS >.\K AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floridai this 23rd duy of September,
A.D. IMS.
E. It. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, l>udv County. Florida
ily: N. A. HEWETT.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY efronson. Esquire
812 Ainsley Building
Miami, Fkirlda 33132
9/27 10/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
in the county judges court
in and for dade county,
floridm. in probate
No. 80241-A
In RE: Estate of
CARL T. BRICKSON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Agahisl Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have- against the es-
tate of CARL T. BRICKSON deceased
late of Daiie County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 73S.14, Florida sta-
tutes, in their offices i-n the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
Within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9lh
day of August, A.D. 1968
JllilTH BRICKSON
Executrix
First publication uf this notice on
the Uth day of September. T9SX.
TAIJANOFF, WALLER BRRGBR
Attorneys for Executrix
42" Lincoln Road,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 80407-C
111 RE Estate of
El.IAS HALPBRN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i'laims or Demands Agahiat Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims ami demands
' which you may have against the estate
of ELI AS HALPBRN, deceased late
of Dade County, Fiorina, to the Count)
fudges of Dane County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.16, Florida Statute.-, in
their offices i'n the County Courihou-c
i in Hade County, Florida, within six
calendar months trout the time oi
the first publli ation hereof, or Ihc
same will be barred.
Dated ai Miami, Florida, ibis 12ft.
day of September, A.D. mux.
I'liu.ii' thai and
MIABI BEACH FIRST
.NATIONAL BANK.
as (*o- Executors
First publication of this notice Oil
the 18th day of September, 1968.
IRVING CYPBN LAW OFFII EH
Attorneys for Executors
S2."i Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
9/20-27 1 4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCktIT
OF FLORIDA, IN'AND FOR DkDE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-14032
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTIN YISCii.
Plaintiff,
vs.
i iETIU'DE V'ISCO,
I n fend.nit
T.....BRTRl'DB VISCO
You. UERTRCDE VI8CI I, are hei
bj notified thai a Bill ..f Complaii
for Dlvorci has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
copy of your An-w.-r or Pleading
the Bill of Complain! on the Plalntifl i
attorney, SAI'L T VON ZAMFT, IS !
Capital Bank Bldg., Miami, Florid
and file thi original Answer or Plea"
ing in the office of the Clerk ol ii
Circuit Court on nr before ib* 21 de
,.i 11. 1..1..T. |968 li you fail i" do
Judgment by default "dl be taki I
agalnsl you for the relief demandi
in th.. Bill oi Complaint
Thin notli. shall I"- published nm
each week r,.r four consecutive wei
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN
in INE AND IRDBRBD at Mian
Florida, ilii- 12 day of Heplembc
A I i 1968
K Fi LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Clrcull Court. Dade County, Florida
By: E II Lnnway, Deputy Clerk
(Circut Court Seali
SAI'L T. VON ZAMFT
1512 Capital Bank Bldg.
.Miami. Florida 33133
:'/:" 27 1" 4-11
Miiimi Beach, Florida
9/13-20-27 10/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRBBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
buHtncss under the fictitious name
BROOKS BRANT, AGRON AND
IIMAN at 12878 Hlscayne
mtle^ard, North Miami. Fla. intends
rgtiter said name with the Clerk
Wl the Circuit Court of Dade Comity.
, DIl'imonKS. BRANT. AORON
AND M BIS ELM AN
- PltrtKKSSIONAL ASSOCIATION
UTAUIIKH AND ROSKIN P. A.
Attorneys for Applicants
lee V Kiwayne Blvd.
JfJsmI, Florida
9/13-20-27 10/4
INnE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
- ?N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77876
!: -la-, of
ik Hi'Rwrrz.
eased.
riCE OF INTENTION TO
IKE APPLICATION FOR
tRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICK i' hereby k'lvell that I
have 41 lei I my l-'mul Report .md Peti-
tion tr liisiribution and Final Dis-
eharM as Executor of the estate of
ANMflB Hl'RWfTZ. .lec-Mtsed and that
on the 1Mb da\ of t ..-<..t..--. |ii",x. will
apply* to the Honorable County
Judge* of Dade County. Florida, lor
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 68-1*163
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LYNN H, QOFF
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN O OOFF
Defendant
TO: JOHN O. OOFF
c/o Otha >1. Ooffl
Caledonia Avenue
l.iur. nburK. North Carolina
You, JOHN O C.OFF. arc hereby
-notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a copy
of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, LAWRENCE I. 1IOLI.AND1.R.
Suite 817. City National Bank Build-
ing, 25 West Ftacler Street, Miami.
Florida 33130 and file the oriKiiial
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 23rd day of October 198.
If vou fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken again-' you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of tora-
This notice shall he published once
secutlve weeks
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-14471
DORA TVHIOHAM,
Plaintiff,
ARNOLD ALTO WHIOHAM,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARNOIJ) ALTO WHIOHAM
Residence unknown
You. ARNOIJ) ALTO WHIOHAM,
are hereby notified that a Complaint ,
for Divorce has been filed against you, [
and you arc required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
ARTHUR J. WOLFSON, 40S lliscayne ;
Building. Miami. Florida. 33130, and
(lie the original Answer or Pleading i
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 24th day j
of October, 1968. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken j
against you for the relief demanded i
in the Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDBIU>:i> at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of September,
A.D. l!"iS.
K. B LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By: N. A. HEWETT.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
ARTHCR J WOLFSON
40.1 Biscayn. Building
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 UIVORCE
BETTY JANE McMA N I S,
Plaintiff,
vs
AI.BF.RT LAMON McMANCS,
Defendant.
TO: ALBERT LAMON McMANCS
3982 Allen Read
Mainltoii. Ueorgla
You. ALBERT LAMON McM AM S.
are hereby notified that a Bill ..f Com-
I plaint for Divorce lias been filed
j against you, and you are required lo ;
| serve a copy of your Answi r or Plead- |
Ing to the Bill of Complaint oil the
Plaintiff's attorney, .SAC. T VON
ZAMFT. 1512 Capital BaiiK Building,
.Miami, Florida .13132 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in 'he
(office of the ci.rk of the Clrcull
1 Court on or before the 1st day '"
November, 1968. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published on-'C
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lXth day of September
| A.D. 1968.
E it. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
1 Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
Ily: M. CAVALARI9
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAI'L T. VON ZAMFT
1512 Capital Bunk Bldg.
; Miami, Florida 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/20-27 JO/4-11
approvnl
of said Final Report and
each week for four con
rrtSSS? S?lV8 somber I '
A D b'b'i.BATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) .___
I .A WHENCE I. HOLLANDER
9/27 10/4-11-18
for distribution and final discharge as
Executor if ihc .state of the above-
named cb deni. This Kllli day of Sep-
tember, l'"iy
EDWARD N MOORE
Executor, Estate of
Aiinii Hurwltx. Deceased
WAUtKltS. MOOHB & COSTANZO
By: Arthur I> Oc.-kelinan
Attoruaw
1001 Ainsley Bldg.
Miami,' Florda
9/20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuW; IS HEREBY (ilVEN thai
the naajei-ii-i.il d.-irlin; m engiige
la baankei under ih.- fl.lilious name
of WAOXl'.R VN1> MKIHUV at 333
Arthur Godfrey Road. .Miami Beach
intends to register said name with
the Clerk ..i the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida
1>HS. WAONER
AND MED AW P. A.
SPARIOW and ROSKIN I' A.
Attorney for Applicant
100 N. Blsc.o ne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
9/13-20-27 10/4
26 West Fl.iglcr Street. Suite 817
Miami. Florida
Attorney for PtalftUH W/M]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FAPCO at 1660 West 32nd Place.
Hlaleah, Florida Intends to register
. suid name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FI/>RIDA AIR PARTS CO. INC.
1660 W. 32 PI.ACE
HIAI.EAH, FLORIDA
CAIDIN & ROTH BN BERG
Attorneys for
Florida Air Parts Company. Inc.
30.'i lliscayne Building
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EVE LTNN at 1K4 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. Intends to register said Miami. Florida 33130
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
EVELYN BLI'IIM
GEORGE NICHOIJVS
Attorney for Applicant
612 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami
9/27 10/4-11-1X
W/13-20-27 10/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
I In business under the fictitious name
; of OSCARS SI'NDKIES iit 751 41st
Street, Miami Bench. Fla. Intends to
mine with ihc I'l.rk of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUN TY, FLORIDA
Na. 68-14175
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
NICHOLAS A. POMBNTO
Plaintiff.
vs
DOROTHY I. POMBNTO
Defendant. ,
YOC. DOROTHY J. POMBNTO,
residence address: Route One. MlngO
Junction, Ohio 43938, are required to
file vour answer to the complaint for
Divorce with the Clerk of the above
Court anil serve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Esq.. 1310-n Congress
Bldg.. Miami. Florida, on or before
October 21st. ISi'iS. or else complaint
will be taken as confessed. Dated.
September 16th. 1968.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
9/20-27 10/4-11
IN TrlTcOUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80364-B
In RE: Estate of
DOILA 7.ABROWSKY
Deceased _____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
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. OZANNE,
Plaintiff
WARD R. O/.ANNE '
I H I. ii.Ian!
Ti i: WARD R. OZANNB
DET en'. O.W.
Box II ISM
\l'ii San Francisco, 96287
You. WARD It. OZANNE are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaii
for Divorce ha- been filed against yot
and you are required to serve a cop.
of vour Answer nr Pleading to tl -
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs a--
torn.y. MAN!'EL ZAIAC, 627 S.Yi
27th Avenue. Miami. Florida. 381!
and file the original Answer or Pleat
ing in ihe office of tin- Cli rk of tl
Circuit Court on or before the 21 du
,,f October, 1968 If you fail lo do -
ludgmenl hy default ill be taki i
against you for the relief demandi I
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice -hall be published oni
each week for four consecutive weel -
in THE JEWISH FI-OR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Mian
Florida, this 12 day of Beptembi
AH 1968.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN, clerk,
Clrcull Court, Dade County. Flnrldi
By: N a. llewti, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MANTEL ZAIAC
627 S.W. -'7th .\\c.
Miami. Fla. SS1M .... ,,
9/20-27 10'4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thl
the undersigned, desiring to engage I j
bu-iness under the fictitious name r
COIXiNY COCRTS at 7"0 South Dim
Highway. Coral Gables, Florida, ii -
i. nds to register said name with thi
ci. rk of the circuit Court of D-an t
Countv. Florida.
RICHARD HARRIS
ENTERPRISES. INC
By: Harris Ooldberg, President
SCHLTSRBL. St HER & C.ROSS
Attorneys for
Richard Harris Enterprises, Inc.
By: Jerry A. dross ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thi
the undersigned, desiring to engage i
business under the fictitious name of
BROOKS. BRANT. AORON ANT
Ml'ISF.I "MAN at 12S7 Biscay-lie Bou
ievard. North -Miami. Fin., intend t
register said name with the Clerk o
the circuit Court of Dade Count.'
'''dr's BROOKS. BRANT. ACTION
AND MEISEI/MAN
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPAR1IER AND ROSKIN PA.
Ailorn. v for Aiil'vant
kki n Blacayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida i/t0.g,
10-4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name ol
W.MINER AND MBDOW at J8S Ar-
thur Godfrey Road. -Miami Beach, in
lends to register said name '<',
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dad-
County. Florida. _..,__
PUS WAONER
AND MEDOW PA
BPARBBR and ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
ino N. Blacayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida ^ ]n,4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY GPVEN thi. .
siring to engage n
fictitious name o
NOTIC.. ... ...... -
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the
Y u are hereby notified and reouir- iil'IHVIT/ *WOC^TBS at S068 N.E
ed .."present any claims and demands : ,23rd Btreet North MtartjJltMg W
which you may have against the 68- register said name with h. < i, rs
late of DORA ZABROWSKY deceas- tl,.. Circuit < ourt of I>a
  • NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that ; register said
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in ; the Cm-ult Curt .., Hade County.
    ^ISSmminaJXVJmnA\imri%obcar fjcHwaiTZER
    WEEm?*5SrSE*. In^. > BUOlfofeljEMUCH
    register said name with the Clerk of Attorney for
    register sa
    the Circuit
    Florida.
    Court of Hade County.
    EMIL COII-D
    9/13-20-27
    10/4
    Applicant
    2319 W. Flaglor Street
    Miami, Florida
    9/13-20-27 10/4
    < the Countv Judges of Hade County,
    and file the same in duplicate and Its
    provided in Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
    tutes, in the offices hi the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from tilt)
    time of the first publication hereof, or
    the same will be barred
    Haled at Miami. Florida, this 16th
    lav of September. A.D. 1968.
    M. WILLIAM SMITH
    As Executor
    First publication of this notice on
    the 20th day of September. 1968.
    MAION, HAY BS,
    ^. GRCVDWBRG
    Attorney for Estate
    ::m Ainsley Building
    .Miami. Florida 33132
    9/20-27 10/4-11
    EMH. CCRW1TZ
    9/20-27
    10/4-11
    to tegister said name with the
    ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
    F1rida32-. OCEAN APTS.. INC.
    Bv Morn- Feinsteln. President
    SCIli.lSSEI.. BCHBB A GROSS
    Attorneys for
    SSS OCEAN AITS.. INC
    y: Jerry A. Gross ^.^
    10/4


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    LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $6.98 OR MORE.
    EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    ', TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
    SIRLOIN STEAKS LB1
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN _____
    CHUCK STEAKS wen**............LB 59c
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN _
    TOP ROUND STEAKS LBll W
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN ^
    CALIFORNIA ROAST ,89'
    TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
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    DAT IMPORTED
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    SAVE 14 FRANKS 2 85
    SAVE UP TO 24* -MORTON'S FROZEN SAVE 18<-RICH'S ##%
    Meat Pies ,,ar<.,.r. .5 Hf 1 Frozen Coffee Rich 3 8ft 69'
    CRISCO
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    SAVE 24*
    FOR COOKING
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    BTL.
    FOOD FAIR ALL PURPOSE OIL
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    COLD POWER
    24-OZ. BTL.
    Laundry Detergent
    SPEC. PACK
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    MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS,
    FOR WONDERFUL GIFTS
    SAVE ON JUMBO
    FAMILY SIZE PKGS.
    PRICES SHOWN IN THIS COLUMN ARE
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    LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER
    GRADE "A"-GA.-FLA.-FRESH ICED r
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    SAVE 80C LB. 'RARE'
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    SAVE 10-OLD FASHION
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    Smoked Baby Whilefish ;,SJ9
    ALPS IMPORTED J*Ji
    Austria Swiss Cheese 99
    ARMOUR STAR GENOA OR fltk
    B. C. Hard Salami half lb. 98
    FOOD FAIR CREAMED
    Cottage Cheese
    2t!p 55c
    SAVE 10-FYNE SPRED GOLDEN
    Margarine
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    SAVE 9<- MASTER
    Sour Cream........2 ISE-69*
    LESSER QUANTITIES 39

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