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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 11, 1968

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

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 11, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02071

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining THE JEWISH UNfTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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41 Number 41
NASSER'S ORDER
ptian Jews
ing Held
Hostages
(JTA) The Egyptian
^ent, in a decision report-
Ide by President Nasser
ly, has decided to ban the
|e from Egypt of all Jews
Egypt, thus apparently
hold! | them as hostages, the
Jewish Committee re-
vere. About a quarter of
laining estimated 1,000
^e still in prison, having
lined since the June, 1967
?h they have been neither
nor found guilty of any
t, the report said,
[decision applies to Jews
Egyptian citizenship, to
minally stateless and even
holding foreign nationality
nationality was acquired
Six-Day War. The report
was the first such decision
by Egypt and that it con-
a gross violation of basic
rights. In the past Jews
llowed to leave Egypt after
^'denationalized" by author-
Klewish actions also have
taken by the governments of
Syria and Iraq against their re-
maining Jewish nationals, the AJ
Committee report said. It asserted
; the Egyptian government had
?en bothered with the pre-
*iat the detained Jews were
fof any offense. "They are
Ig held prisoners simply be-
[they are Jews," the report
fd. The Jewish prisoners,
Iring an estimated 223 to 240,
Wtm transferred to the Tou-
Hison near Cairo after initial
pon at the Abu Zaabal jail,
they were the taigets of
treatment, including tor-
Recording to the report.
|raq, 26 Jews out of a re-
community of 2,500 also
ing held in prison without
being placed against them,
time, more than 100 heads
vish families were jailed
e Six-Day War, but most of
have since been freed, ac-
K to the AJCommittee re-
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 11,
1968
Two Sections Price 20c
Israel Peace Proposal
Rejects 'Guarantees'
ABBA [BAN
UNITED NATIONS. NY. Re-
jecting any peace settlement based
on guarantees or "Imposed" by the
four major powers, Israel's Foreign
Minister Abba Eban brought a
peace proposal to the United Na-
tions that offered a compromise
on his country's insistence on im-
mediate direct negotiations with
Ihe Arab states.
Mr Eban. in his first major
address at the current session of
the General Assembly, said that
Israel was now ready to "exchange
ideas and clarifications on certain
matters of substance" through a
L. S. Turns Down New
Soviet Mideast Proposals
JERUSALEM (JTAiThe United
States has rejected the Soviet
Union's recent four-point proposal
for a Middle East solution, inform-
ed sources said this week. Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk stated this
position unequivocally to Israel's
Foreign Minister Abba Eban at a
New York meeting this week, the
sources said.
Mr. Rusk is said to have told Mr.
Eban that the U.S. stands by pre-
vious assertions that only a settle-
ment acceptable to both parties in
the conflict would bring peace,
while the Soviet proposalwhich
Israel rejectedwould have im-
posed a solution from outside.
Mr. Rusk has conferred with Mr.
Eban. Jordanian Foreign Minister
Abdul Monem Rifai and Egyptian
Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad
in New York.
The Soviet plan was to impose a
timetable, starting with Israel's
withdrawal to the pre-June, 1967
boundaries, followed by a declara-
tion of non-belligerence by the
Arabs, a return of United Nations
forces to the evacuated territories,
and a four-power peace guarantee
by the United States, the Soviet
Union, Britain and France.
France was the only major West-
ern power which showed some in-
clination to accept the Soviet plan
Continued on Page 11-A
DfAN RUSH
ive
Danish Rulers Attend Ceremonies
Marking Wartime Rescue Of Jews
_ the war, the Iraqi govern-
Dntinued on Page 11-A

JEWISH REFUGEES
APPEAL TO THANT
KUSALEM (JTA)The
iation of Immigrants
I the Arab States has
Kl 'an appeal to United
Nations Secretary-deneraJ U
Thant In investigate the late
* of lews m the Arab coun-
tries and to intervene with
Arab governments so that
the Jews will be permitted to
emigrate The message to
Mr. Thant was drafted by the
spokesmen for immigrants
from Egypt. Syria and Iraq
following a meeting held un
der the auspices of the World
JWlah.ongres<. It charged
that "Arab authorities perse-
cute the Jewish remnants.
confiscate their property and
hold them as hostages
against a!! international law
and moralitv
COPENHAGEN (JTA) King
Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid of
Denmark attended services at the
Copenhagen Synagogue this week
commemorating the 25th anniver-
sary of the escape of nearly all of
Denmark's 8,000 Jews to Sweden
under the noses of the German
Army. The services were conduct-
ed by Chief Rabbi Marcus Melchoir
who, from the same pulpit on Sept.
29, 1943, warned his congregation
of Nazi plans to deport Danish
Jews-. The plans had been leaked
to Danish leauers by a German
consular official in Copenhagen.
Seated in the crowded synagogue
were many of the Danes who had
helped hide Jews in churches,
beach-side inns and woods until
they could be smuggled across the
narrow straits to Sweden in small
boats.
Between the end of September
and the middle of October, 1943,
nearly 8,000 Jews had escaped to
Sweden. Only 472 were captured
by the Germans, and these were
shipped to the camp at Theresien-
,-U.N. intermediary 'with anv Arab
I covernment willing to establish a
:'ist and lasting peace with Israel."
rie referred to this as a 'prelim-
inary stage."
In rejecting what he described
as a settlement "imposed" by the
Soviet Union, the United States,
Great Britain and France. Mr.
Eban said that the Middle East is
not "an international protectorate"
and the positions of the powers on
(he dispute have not moved any
further than those 01 the Arabs
and Ihe Israelis.
The Israeli Foreign Minister
also stressed to the Assembly that
any withdrawal of forces by Israel
would be carried out only "in lull
accordance with the boundaries
under the final peace."
"The new structure in the Mid-
dle East.'" he declared, including
Ihe secure and recognized boun-
daries, must be built by Arab and
I- aeli hands."
With regard to Jerusalem. Mr.
Eban said Israel was willing to
work' out a status for the holy
places to give ellcct to their uni-
versal character.
"Our policy." he said, "is that.
the Christian and Moslem holy
plsces should come under the re-
sponsibility of those who hold them
in reverence."
To assure the future security of
the Middle East. Mr. Eban pro-
posed that the Arabs and Israelis
conclude a pledge of mutual non-
aggression.
"The hour is ripe for the ere-
Continued on Page 11-A
stadt in Czechoslovakia, where 52
! of them died.
Those who escaped to Sweden
j and the concentration camp sur-
vivors eventually returned to Den-
| mark, where about 6,000 Jews,
[comprising 1,900 families remain
today. They support a Jewish day
school, three kindergartens and
l three old-age homes In addition to
I the large Copenhagen Synagogue,
there is a small Orthodox congre-
gation in Copenhagen.
Israel will observe "Denmark
Week" from Oct. 15-28.
IN THIS ISSUE
Alsop 4.A Obituary 13-B
Bar Mitzvah 6-B People-Pi-ces 7B
Book Review 12A Real Estate 11.B
Recipes 10-B
Cimlliqhtinci 10A Sermon 10-A
Cohen 7.A Sneider 15-A
Dining 10-B Synagogues 10-A
Torah 10-A
Editorials 4.A TV 10-A
Engagem'ts 8-B Quiz Box 10-A
Weddings 8-B
Features 14-A
Woman s
Lehrman 8-B World SB
Letters 5-A Zipp 9-B

SHIFT TO NIXON REPORTED
HHH Retains Majority Among Jews
PRINCETON (JTA) "A sur-
I prisingly high proportion of Jews
: have shifted to the upport of Rich-
! ard M. Nixon for the Presidency
in a year that has shattered tradi-
I tional voting patterns." Dr. George
Gallup reported this week on the
basis of a recent poll. Dr. Gallup
! said that "those of Jewish faith in-
cluded in the sample have broken
with past precedents."
The poll, released by the Amer-
ican Institute of Public Opinion,
found that 31 percent of Jews now
favor Mr. Nixon, 51 percent sup-
port Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey, four percent are for
George Wallace, while 14 percent
remain undecided.
portionately heavy Jewish support
for the Democratic Presidential
candidates in 1960 and 1964. Less
than 10 percent of Jews favored
Mr. Nixon over President Kennedy
and even fewer were believed to
have voted for Sen. Barry Gold-
water. The Gallup Poll suggested
that Mr. Humphrey lacks solid
support from groups Democratic
Presidential candidates counted
upon in the past.
The Republican Presidential can-
didate, meanwhile, has resigned
from the Baltusrol Golf Club in
Springfield, N.J., which has been
accused of barring Jews and Ne-
groes from membership, it has
been revealed.
on for his action had nothing to
do with the club's allegedly dis-
criminatory policies, nor was Bal-
tusrol the only chA from which
Mr. Nixon resigned.
The candidate's press aide, Paul
Costello, disclosed a form letter
written to clubs in which Mr. Nixon
held membership had said. "In
view of my nomination by the Re-
publican Party for the Presidency
of the United State. I believe it
appropriate that I dissociate my-
self from all organizations and
activities not related to the com-
mitment I have accepted for the
foregoing nomination." The letter
was posted on the Baltusrol bulle-
tin board
-,

This contrasted with the dispro But the reason given by Mr. Nix- Mr. Nixon came under fire for
! his membership in Baltusrol last
July after attending a Republican
, Party function there during his
campaign for the nomination. In a
statement at the time he said, "I
have not followed a practice of
joining clubs because they have
, restrictions or of leaving clubs be-
cause of them ... 1 attempt to
! work from within to c'lange those
policies, rather than from the out-
ride," he added.
Following that statement, the
I American Civil Liberties Union of
New Jersey requested Mr. Nixon
| to recommend 10 Negroes and 10
; Jews for membership in the club.
There was no subsequent comment
by the candidate on that request.


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VORRIS B. ABRAM
WALTHAM. Mass Morris B.
Abram was officially installed this
week as president ol Brandeis Uni-
versity. In his inaugural address,
Mr. Abram. a Rhodes scholar and
lawyer who served both the Ken-
nedy and Johnson Administrations
and was formerly president of the
American Jewish Committee, de-
clared, 'Here at Brandeis. the
students will be heardSO will the
faculty and all other elements of
the university. Mr. Abram succeeds
Dr. Abram I, Sachar. who had
served as president ol the Jewish-
sponsored, non-sectarian universi-
\ since its founding 20 years ago.
Dr, Sachar is now chancellor.
Mr. Abram was Invested with
the academic hood ol blue, desis-
allace Backs Israel In
Wirst Mideast Statement
WAS
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the An
Presidi
Nation.
he fa vc
equipn.
stated
Israel <
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INGTON(JTA) Former
i \ George C, Wallace,
ncan Independent Party's
lial candidate, told the
The
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"Binding non-aggression agree
lents must be developed Until
here are sincere negotiations and
ome form of positive agreement
Press Club this week that between Israel and the Arab na-
- the supply of military lions, we must assure that no itn-
: to I-rael. Mr. Wallace lalance of force comes to exist in
position on the Arab- (his area. Nothing could more en-
Miie for the first time in langer the peace.' Mr Wallace's
itatcment said "If Russia persists
m its arming of the Arab nations to
such an extent as to pose a threat
policy address.
diddle Bast is still an
high potential danger to ,
peace. We will take the m-
e in encouraging mutual co-

operatic:' between the adversaries
in tkfc ..ica and in seeking the
inul i respect ol each for the
States. We will encourage
fttTal discussions seeking
leans o' resolving and stabilizing
twndarit ami providing fur the
e* Use u: u.iUi and land routes
irOUJfJu I hi- area Mr Wallace'
Shrinks Piles
Without Surgery
Stops Itch Relieves Pain
Mr w York VI -|., i-il I I -'or the
flrst tinii scienee has found a new
healing a nee with the aston-
ishing1 ; ,ty to .-brink hemor-
rhoids, 'a
relieve i i :. i ,
In ea after case, while gently
relieVlnj' pain, actual reduction
(shrink, ei i..... place.
Meal amazing of all-results
were Be ..... ';, :,-)' n
madHlistonishing statements
like-5Vii>- have ceased to be a
problem
Th#s''act is u new healingsub-
stars^ (Bio-Dyne-) -discovery
of a fa-.aius research institute.
Thwf1 tame:-now available
in **>/><-luiji or iniilmriil (mill
undSjBt': name I'r.-iHiratinn //".
that I-rael is kept at a commen-
surate level of strength." he added.
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Father John Carey. O.F.M.. Bran- Brandeis Student Christian Associ-
deis Catholic Chaplain: and Rev.'ation.
Memorial Services
Honor Paratroopers
REHOVOT UTA) Hundred-of
bereaved families and soldiers in
uniform attended memorial cere-
monies here this week lor para-
troopers killed in action since the
Six Day War started in June. 1967.
The gathering was addressed by
Maj. Gen. Chaim Bar-Lev. Chief of
Staff of Israel's Armed Forces,
who said that casualties increased
this past year, "but we shall con-
tinue the way we have chosen be-
cause we have no other way." The
father of one of the dead para
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rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Dating the ancient Hebrew tribe of
Dan. denoting a judge. Speaking
before an audience of 2,500. he
addressed himself to the burning
issue on American campuses today
student protests and student
participation in university policy-
making. "The right ol students to
protest seems to me to be a right
and not a privilege," Mr Abram
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ulty or any one else to disrupt the
learning process is no righl at all.
it is wrong I will do everything I
can to resist it. I reject the modern
paeans to violence
President Abram began his ad-
dress minutes after he was handed
the silver .mace of office by Bran-
deis board chairman Lawrence A.
Wien. The new President had been
escorted to the podium by Chan-
cellor Sachar.
The brief Iraiisferof oflice ci re
ninny came following greetings
from Massachusetts Gov. John A
Volpe. welcoming remarks by
Chancellor Sachar. greetings from
Dr, Maurice Auslander. chairman
,>t the Brandeis Faculty Senate:
Sanford l. Freedman, '58. presi-
dent oi the Brandeis Alumni Asso-
ciation; and Eric II. Yoffie. presi-
dent of the Brandeis Student
Council
Greetings were also extended by
Oxford University Professor Emer-
itus Sir Arthur L. Goodhart, on be-
half of delegates from the 350
academic institutions and societies
represented at the Inaugural and
Mr. Wien, who spoke on behalf of
the University's Trustees. Fellows.
President's Councilors and Nation-
al Women's Committees.
Also participating in the service
were Rabbi Jacob M Rothschild
ol the Hebrew Benevolent Congre-
gation in Atlanta. Ga.: Rabbi Al-
bert Axelrad. Chaplain of the Bran-
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Pace 5-.3.
Readers Comment On Fortas Issue
Israel Rushes Its Citrus To Market

IOITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I do not defend the action of the
senators who defeated the eleva-
tn of Judge Fortas to the post of
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme
C3ur!
B do take issue with several
st#tenier.;> "f the Mr. Roth who
stated in hi- recent letter to the
Editor that: a) he is an "Ameri-
cin"law\er: hi that Justice Fortas
is "the most qualified American to |
be Chief Justice: c) that the "vilest
^i-Semitic testimony to oppose .
nomination" was brought in.
followed the hearings and the
frspaper accounts and I found
extreme "anti-Semitism." I
nk that we should condemn any ,
Ilia! bigotry regardless of the de-
gree Even slight anti-Semitism is I
disgraceful.
There are several other Jewish
judges sitting on the Federal bench
who are more qualified than Judge
Fortas I need but mention Judge ,
Milton Pollack, a Republican who
was appointed by President John-
eon, and who was, prior to his ele-
Mtion. one of the leading trial
lawyers in this country and one
Who appeared before the U.S. Su-
preme Court many more times i
than Judge Fortas.
JfThere is also Judge Irving Kauf-
an, who has had many more
rs of judicial experience than
lge Fortas. Judges Pollack and
lufman have had many more
rs of association with their Jew-
communities and have been
active in Jewish life Uian
Fortas.
in
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no m
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iThere is no such status as "an
Aprerican lawyer." One can be a
iber of the Bar of a state or of
than one state, but we have
no national Bar. There are Florida
Mrers. New York lawyers, Penn-
nia lawyers, etc.
J criticize Judge Fortas for hav-
Bb% his wife take his place as senior
~^ner of his former law firm,
llle the arrangement was strict- |
f legal, I regard it as appearing
fbe quite cozy. When he resigned (
m his firm, as he had to do, his
nily connection as well as his '
Mn relationship with the firm]
uld have been terminated.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
'Judge FrlenTTy is eminently quali-
fied for the position of Chief Jus-
tice, he will not he recom.uended
by Mr. Nixon just because he is a
Jew.
I want to -joint out to Mr. Roth
that the appointment of Jews u>
hi n office i- not limited to Demo-
cratic administrations. President
Theodore Roosevelt, a Republican,
appointed Straus the first Jew to
be an American Ambassador. Pres-
ident William Howard Taft, a Re-
publican, severed diplomatic rela-
tions with Russia in 1911 because
Russia did not want to recogn;ze
American passports in Jewish
hands. Please contrast that with
President Franklin Delano Roose-
velt's failure even to officially send
a protest to Hitler on the exter-
mlnatlon of the Jews.
In 1931 while Justice Brandeis
was serving on the Supreme Court,
Mr. Hoover appointed Cardozo to
the Supreme Court and, parenthet-
ically, Cardozo was a Democrat
and highly qualified for the posi-
tion.
The Republican congressmen
and senators were the greatest ad-
vocates for Jewish rights and for
Zionist aspiration. Among many, I
can point to Sen. Robert Taft of
Ohio and Sen. Wiley of Wisconsin,
etc.
Mr. Roth apparently aims only
innuendos to make political capital
and shows his confusion in the fol-
lowing, contained in his letter:
"I could name several judges
of the Court of Appeals level
who are more qualified than
Judge Friendly, although I
hasten to add that Judge
Friendly is certainly highly
qualified. Do we Jews want to
settle for a second best Jew?"
Now, Mr. Roth, is Judge Friend-
ly highly qualified or is he a sec-
ond rater, which'.' Make up your
mind. Your unite letter reflects
prejudice and political bias.
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IOITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The letter to the Editor in your
t. 4th issue written by Arthur
Roth disturbed me.
I am disturbed because every j
adverse incident affecting Jews in ;
public life is twisted into an act of
anti-Semitism either by sheer ig- |
norance or with malice and fore- ]
thought for political reasons.
1 know of my own knowledge
that the objection to Mr. Fortas'
appointment as Chief Justice was
neither his lack of qualifications,
nor his being a Jew. It was a pure '
and aimple political act, involving
Mr. Fortas' interpretation of the
Constitution in previous cases in
which he participated in the de-
cisions.
Mr. Nixon is one of the fairest
and unbiased persons on race or ,
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Quaker by birth and has goodwill |
towards all Americans of every i
race), nationality and religion, and |
1 can assure Mr. Roth that unless I
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I think it is a shame that the
Liberal Jew- are associated with
pornography because of the Abe
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should not be extended to obvious-
j ly harmful attitudes.
Why is there so much lack of
backbone in us that we must de-
fend anyone, right or wrong, to
preserve our freedom0 In what era
did our leaders make a "deal" with
the politicians to take up liberal
i causes?
;
Well, this attitude will backfire,
and it will be a shame that pro-
fanity will condemn us where holi-
ness should have been present!
MARTIN S HOWARD
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel will
advance the opening of its citrus
"season by several weeks thi> fall
to get the fruit to the European
market a-ftead Of competitive
mens from Spain. Gen. Mordechai
Uakleff, head of the Citrus Mar-
keting Board, has announced
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week and will be followed shortly
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' Israel to increase its I
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markets for refrigerated cil
shipments in July and August He
said that Israel faced marketing
problems posed by the European
Common Market, for example
competition Israeli citrus
ments to Prance lace from c
reaching France from Hamlv .
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Mr. and Mrs. Brotman Named For Israel Award
MR. AND MRS. JONAS BROTMAN
Hooligans Attack
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NEW YORK (WNS) A group
of S.itmar Hassidim on the way
home ironi High Holy Day services
in the Williamburg section of
Brooklyn was set upon by local
hooligans in the mixed neighbor-
I The attackers were driven
<:: by police and by the unexpect-
< sistance ol the tvorshippi re
rhe hassidim were being led
l bj the Satmar rebbe when
1 egan their abu-e.
I unprintable epithets and
I1.] il j i ittles and other obje Is
: Stive a r in the street, with
hun hassidim and admirers
ounding the rebbe was quJckl)
i nged, the hooligans charging
i il the Jews were blocking street
traffii and hindering their chores.
.lews in the aria were reported
to have reached a point of impa-
lience over recurrent incidents,
nnd bul for firm police interfer-
c ce, there might have developed
. serious situation when the Jews
took a firm stand, shoving off the
i iffians iidm their rebbe. One ar-
rest was madea Nero boy was
charged with felonious assault,
carrying a dangerous weapon and
trying to incite a riot.
tfias Registers Additional
Czech-Jewish Refugees
NEW VOKK '.ITAiThe United
1 .i- Service has registered 1.175
(zech refugees for emigration, in-
cluding 495 who have already been
. ssisted to emigrate to other coun-
tries, mainly in Western Europe
iind Canada, the Jewish migration
agency has reported from Vienna.
According to Gay nor I. Jacob-
i executive vice president, it is
possible that those finding homes
in Western Europe, particularly
those going to Switzerland where
Visas are valid lor only three
I nths, initially, may again need
to be aided hv Hias.
Mr ami Mrs. .;
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who are active in many i
nity endeai > s well -
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to receive the State : Israi ;
of Honor ol the Israel Bor
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ferred upon them at the 1
Beth S Israel Dinner Si
at the Hilton-Plaza Hotel Sal
evening, Oct 19.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of lV:n
pie Beth Sholom. expressed grati
fication thai Mr. and Mrs Brot-
man have been selected for the
Award il Honor. "This trib-
ute has been richly merited by
the Brotmans through years of de-
moted service to the temple, the
community, and the State of Is-
rael
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deavor lor a free and secure Israel
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business specializing in land sub-
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ican States, and Victor Borgc. the
noted Danish American entertain-
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Paqe 7-A
Rabbi Narot Is Panelist Al Family Lift- Conference
1 i. i \ M
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EDWARD CO HEN
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Leller To Sen. Holland
i a
In open letter to Sen. Spessard
HoHaml (DI'l;i
he close ol your long and
anno' i d speech on the Senate
floor. ating i objections to
jui. ai- !' you '>'
franl. n-n. i us "\Vh<'n the
great -taio. "t i mida and Cali
fornia -:'t together, the rest of
the n..tion had better look out."
Yon were referring, of course,
to your distinguished friend."
the junior senator from Califor-
nia. (leorge Murphy, with whom
you joined in voting to continue
the victorious filibuster' against
the confirmation of Mr. Fortas
as Chief Justice ol the United
State-.
I Then again, it might have been
CrO\ Konalii Keagan, a sell-pro-
Hamicfl -former Democrat." also
from ("alitornia It certainly
eQUld"i" have been Prof Herbert
Mai'f.i.-'c. who teaches Marxist
pfciV ii. In at Sun Diego. Calif .
^Th\;e and who would agree with
|the NY limes quoted him
bntiy as saying, 'The majority
no: alway r 'jht and they
|minority 1 must b protected,
lehow. it seems to me." (The
Ac dots are for words he used
I With which you could not possibly
[agree and witli which it would be
far to identify you: New
cements, new ideas, always
rt with a minority."!
[du see, s >nator, I am not ob-
in.; to the fact that you op-
ted Mr. Fortas' nomination,
offered cogent philosophical
sons why you could not sup-
a "liberal." citing decision-
Ucii you objected to. If there
Is a strong per pages ol the Congressional
ord devoted to the Virginia
I Tax Case, it is understand
. for you played an admirable
m winning a constitutional
lendment outlawing the |
as a condition foi voting
t took 13 years and no one
jh how many disenfranchised
i'is to get the amendment bj .
'your Southern colleagues, but as
a member of the majority and a
Conservative who doesn't like
things to change too quickly little
harm was done After all. as you
pointed out. the colony of Con-
necticut as far back as 17(>!) and
all the other 12 original states
had restrictive qualifications for'
voters.
No. Senator, it is not your be-
lief that what was good enough
for Connecticut in 1769 is good
enough for the United States in
1MB that I find objectionable. 1
am concerned, and sincerely,
that you gave aid and comfort to
the enemies of democracy who
seek to make a shambles of our
presidential election by prevent-
ing the candidates from speaking,
by disrupting meetings. It may
be difficult for you to believe, but
when I saw that picture of Yippie
Ji rrj Rubin on the front pa
the Miami Herald last week,
making a mocker] ol the meeting
ol the House Un-American Activi-
ties Committee, nexl to the head-
line announcing the cioture vote,
I got a picture in my mind ol you
and George Murphj standing In
the Senate in your tattered Colo
nial uniforms making a mockery
ol what was once considered a
great legislative body.
Don't lake my word for it I'm
a liberal, too. Columnist William
S White (maybe a moderate? I.
who once glorified the United
States Senate in a famous l>ook.
said ju=t before the cioture vole.
"if Fortas is refused confirma-
tion not on the merits of the issue
but only through Republican-
Southern Democratic filibuster,
the outcome will be tragic .
Both sound Constitutional prac-
tice and irreplaceable traditions
of public civility are beset in the
minority attack in the Senate."
Again, lei me make it clear that
I respect your principled objec-
tions to Mr. Fortas but object to
your denying the majority its
ability to act. Not to lull and free
debate, mind you. but to endless
speech to empty chambers de-
signed only to subvert the demo-
cratic process and not to inform.
At a period in our history
when, it seems to me. our Amer-
ican people must be better in-
formed about our government.
our civil liberties, our great heri-
tage of democracy or we will lose
to the Wallaces and the Yippies
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Rahbi Joseph P.. Narot of Temple
Israel ol Greater Miami will be
among the speakers al the morn-
ing session oi the annual Family
Life Conference ol Family Service
nihilists both it is a gore dis-
appointment, sir. to find you giv-
ing aid and comfort to this ele
ment. I don't know ii you were
on the floor when Sen Harl of
Mich gan -..id this, (Record Pg
11552'. but let me bring it to your
attention again:
"Rule 22 (the cioture) is drew
ed in verj attractive garb, with
all the emoluments ol the estab-
lishment But i; has the verj
same effect: it prevents the ma-
jority acl ng Yippies can c usl i
in the gallery ol a meeting room
and b> yelling prevent the ma-
jority at the meeting from act-
ing And >hother it is by yelling
or Rule 22. Ihe result is about the
samea minority prevents de-
cision by Ihe majority."
It's all over now. The nomina-
tion ol Abe Fortas, that is, His-
tory will make a final decision on
the radical action by men. like
you, who claim to be tradition-
alists At this moment. I believe
that the way you ac'edsupport-
ing the filibusterwas a disserv-
ice to this nation now and in
the future.
al in a.m Thursday, Oct. it. al
the Everglades Hotel.
Others taking part in the panel
discussion on "The Impact of Chal-
lenge and Change on Families To-
day" will be Margaret J, Gilkey,
director oi Guidance Service;
Pade County Schools; I>,\ I ed
end li Lewis, dean ol the L'nivt i
silv ol Miami Law School; and Dr
Samuel I. Greenbi rg, i
sistanl professor in try al
the University oi Miami Schi
Medicine.
Mrs M, Athalie B i Miami
City Commissioner, will be the
panel moderator
At luncheon at noon. Max la r
ner, author, teacher and journalist,
will speak on "American Civiliza-
tion in the stormy Present." T.E.
Johnson, president ol Famllj
ice will preside at both sessions
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Paqe 9-A
Jews In East And West Worried
Over Future Of Next Generation
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
Five Jewish conferences took
place rect-Mly in Genevameet-
ings of the Governing Council of
the World Jewish Congress, the
Board of Directors of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Claims Against Ger-
many, the Board of Trustees of the
Memorial Foundation for Jewish
Culture, the World Council of Jew-
ish Education, and the Conference
of Jewish Organizations (COJO).
The highlight of the Governing
Council meeting was no doubt the
session which heard addresses by
the representatives of Eastern Eu-
ropean Jewish communities. It was
coexistence at its best. Jews meet-
ing Jews across political and strate-
gic frontiers and discussing Jewish
problems, which can be distilled
into one simple termcontinuity.
There was so much similarity be-
tween the situations of various
Jews as to blur the frontiers.
Americans were as worried about
the Jewishness of the next gen-
eration as were supporters of the
ruling Czechoslovak Communist
regime. It was a great thrill to
see Jewish representatives from
Prague. Bratislava. Bucharest and
Belgrade. Chief Rabbi Moses Ro-
sen of Rumania and Dr. Lavoslav
Kadelburg of Yugoslavia are not
newcomers to Congress assemblies,
but it is a blessing whenever they
Jordan Is Reported
Cracking Down On
Terrorist Activities
TBL AVIV (JTA) Travelers
returning to Israel territory from
Jordan reported that King Hussein
has once again decided to take a
tough line toward the terrorist
gangs using Jordanian territory as
a base for incursions against Israel.
According to some reports, Hus-
sein is establishing loyal Bedouin
units to fight the terrorists from
within and has expelled El Fatah
commander Abu Arm-Yassir Araf-
fat from Jordan. Reports attributed
to well-informed circles said that :
the King intends to replace his |
pro Egyptian Premier Bahjat al-
TalhOuni, who supports El Fatah
activities
The rea on loi the ze\ lough
policy, according to the reports,
arc Ihc economic calamitj and
chaos brought n Jordan by the
,,.rr,,r,.. Ijnciirsions Tin- Israeli
II ,.r,.l..,l ,-tlll-
appear, an American rabbi said.
Dr. Kadelburg, a wise and at-
tractive Jewish politician, stated:
, 'We are not the last Jewish gen-
| eration in Yugoslavia. There will
be continuity." He also made the
point that President Tito's Middle
East policy in no way affected Op-
position of Yugoslav Jews.
Rabbi Rosen was widely quoted
but somehow the most relevant
passage in his speech never was
mentioned. "We Rumanian Jews
have no fear of dual loyalty," he
said. "Love of Zion and authentic
and devoted citizenship of Ru-
mania are not mutually exclusive.
and this is generally acknowledged
not only by ourselves but by the
government and people of Ruma-
nia as well."
The Claims Conference was or
derly, calm, and efficient, as befits
a meeting of a board of directors.
We learned that the Claims Con-
ference will remain in existence a
few more years. True, no new de-
mands for legislation can or will
be made, but the final West Ger-
man indemnification law is still in
the prqeess of implementation and
needs to be watched over. It was
Jacob Blaustein who said sonu- of
the righteous of the nations" who
helped Jews in the dark years,
would continue to receive help
from th<- claim- Conference relief
program.
MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
The meeting of the Memorial
Foundation for Jewish Culture dis
posed oi us technical agenda and
wenl quickly on to pondei the- fate
of th<- next Jewish generation in
Nahum Goldmann expres.c#l the
anxiety of those present when he
said that young Jewish hoys an I
girls looked lor value- outside Jew-
ish experienceas if human and
Jewish values were incompatible,
whereas they actually complement
each other.
The question nobody seemed to
be able to answer was: How do
you bring home to young people
that a wholesome Jew is not neces
sarlly a parochial type, a syna
gogue warden, or even an old-
fashioned Zionist, but a man caps
ble of living on two levels, of being
bi lingual and bi cultural' So far.
attempts to do so have met with
little success
ll'-liu i we i in e\ en begin i" 'I"
anything la save the next aenera
lion, in the Jewish sense, >\,- in
know what tin- la-k eiii.nl- This i-,
why it cannot be left lo thf
l\ ,'..i.i.. i......ni it ,4 1- utiri'i',.
rallying point and a financial basis
! for an all-out Jewish effort to
reach the younger generation.
EDUCATION COUNCIL
The Education Council was nut
a success. This was freely admitted
! by all. The founding lathers prom-
. ised- to start all over again, per-
; haps with a new name and in asso-
ciation with the Memorial Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture and COJO.
A redefinition of the aims and pur-
pose must precede any new ven-
ture of the World Council of Jew
ish Education, which has only one
achievement to show for several
years' effortthe survey of Jewish
education conducted by Dr. Azriel
Eisenberg and a team. The survey
reveals that about half the Jewish
children in the Diaspora do re
ceive a Jewish education of sorts.
But this Jewish education leaves a
lot to be desired. Many children do
i not even learn to speak Hebrew.
The COJO meeting was impres-
sive in i
^
Polish Jews Celebrate
Bialystok Ghetto Revolt
WARSAW (JTA) Polish .lews -evolt acknowledged that Bialystok
Planninq session for Silver Anniversary Tri-
bute Ball to Dr. Irvinq Lehrman. slated for
Nov. 24 at the Diplomat Hotel, brinqs to-
qother (from left): Dr. Lehrman, rabbi of Tem-
pi-. Emanu-El; Samuel N. Friedland, qener-
a\ chairman; and A. J. Molasky. Georqe I.
Talianoff and Samuel I. Halperin, vice presi-
dents of the Miami Beach synaqoque. Dr.
Lehrman will be feted for 25 years of dis-
tinquished service to the South's larqest
Conservative conqreqation.
There was a new member the original members. The Conference
World Zionisl Organization. Louis of Presidents of Major American
Pincus sal as a full member of the Jewish Organizations and the
assembly and was subsequently American Jewish Committee are
elected a cochairman. The World
j, wj h I on tress, B'nai B'rith, the
British Boardol Deputies, the South
still only observers. There is hard-
ly any point in having a COJO un-
less everybody joins. Even the
its anay of Jewish ha.ler- African Hoard of Depu
ties are the World Jewish Congress suffers be-
BO
cause of the reluctance of some
Jewish bodies to join it.
To each generation, the next gen
eration that matters, and they arc-
worried. But Yehuda Leib Cordon
proclaimed himself "the last of the
poets of Zion"10 years before
Bialik
recently celebrated the 25th an-
niversary of the end of the up
rising In the Bialystok ghetto, an
event that ranks second only to
the Warsaw Ghetto revolt in the
iimals oi Jewish resistance to Ihe
fazis.
But the government-controlled
Polish pics- and Polii h organiza-
ions virtually i mored the occa-
ion. The local Jewish press, how-
2ver, recalled the suicidal stand of
he Bialystok Jews which began in
August. 1943 and lasted several
lays. Only a handful of survivors
rf the town- 60,000 .1* ws escaped
o the forests to jo:n other partisan
groups.
The signal for the revolt against
impossible odds was information
' hat German troops were about to
n'.er the ghetto to round up its in-
habitants for transportation to the
leath camps, when the troops en-
tered, they were met with a hail
Of bullet- and savage hand to hand
resistance.
The proclamation calling for the
lews were doomed, but urged
icm to "fight to your last breath.
Jse any weapon that you have in
and Let the enemy pay with
blood for blood." The commanders
,: the ghetto fighters were Morde-
hai I enenLaum-Tomaroff, a cha-
utz (pioneer) and Daniel Mosko-
/itz, a Communist. One of the
it her leaders was Chaya Grossman,
,ow an official of the Mapam Par-
ty in Israel.
It is estimated that the Ger-
mans slaughtered a quarter of "a
million Jews in Bialystok province,
among them 80,000 children.
Jewish Artist Is Hailed *
At Moscow Exhibition
LONDON (JTA)A series of il-
lustrations for the works of Sholom
Aleichem by a young Russian-
Jewish artist won wide acclaim at
an exhibjlion of graphic arts in
Moscow, ft has been reported here.
The artist, J. Kiiperman, who is in
his 30s, w.as mentioned in the offi-
cial opening ceremonies of the ex-
hibit.
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able unrest in terrorist ranks be- |
cause of the heavy toll taken by I
Israeli forces. Desertions are on
the increase, and recruitment has
almost ceased.
know what the task eni.nK Tiiis is
u hy u cannot be lefl to in
Establishment li wj.n atri
it was proper for the Foundation
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ophy of the Foundation and a re-
vamping of its programs, except
those already in advanced stages
or entailing a definite commit-
ment. The "youth work" referred
to does not mean actual day -to-day
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Friday. October 11. 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Joy And Contentment
By RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
Temple Tifereth Jacob
\i the conclusion of Succol we
.' the ioyous festival of
Sii hat Torah.
! ves us,
fore, i<>
discuss briefly
leaning of
unusual
..IX .
ters, in the Jews of Moses' day,
who numbered six hundred thou
and souls, so that each Jew should
e one letter oi the Torah
There is, however, profound
neaning in this observation.
Rabbi Klein
A living dynamic Torah must
: lo all living people. The
i i i ah v as nol _;\ en to -elect in-
lividuals, to a learned elite alone.
\o one can claim monopoly over
Our Rabbis interpretation All Jews inter-
in the Midrash ested in Ihe Torah and its applica-
c o m m e n t : lion have a share in it. As the ral-
"Why was the mud so iptl) puts it: "I: is a leg-
Torah given in acy tor ad the people." Ye-, all
wilderness? regardless of religious back-
had il been ground, as long as they wish to
given in the learn it and live by it. are most
Land of Israel, welcome to do so. The Torah was
# nations of the world would have riven in the wilderness, which is
I the nee domain of everyone.
Furthermore, the Torah is not
so narrow as to segregate people
l.y relisious boundaries. The Torah
bids us obey its commandments so
(hat "V'chai-Bohem"' that we
may live, not that we may be tor-
tured by them. Stringent laws fet-
rorah must first be implemented: iel- man and hinder his enjoyment
ily then can it be fully rejoiced in ]jfe
d no share in it."
The Jews are ihc only people
10 celebrate a Shavuot commem-
> ating the receiving of the Torah
. d Sim chat Torah marking the
(i oi the annual cycle of reading
I e Torah.
Receiving the Torah is not suf-
unt cause for rejoicing. The
In Simchal Torah we -how the
world the difference between blind
faith" and Torah." Kaith is be
i'ond understanding, dealing solely
with matters Divine and casting
tear and trembling upon man. Rut
Torah requires understandinc and
The answer sounds poetic: God :.- within reach of the human mind.
lited to give the Torah. which II shows us the true waj to joy
ntains six hundred thousand let- and contentment.
R ibbis wonder: Why wasn't
i irah jiven to our father. Abra-
Ai i r all, he was the first to
ich and proclaim the existence
one God. known to us as "mono-
!-m."
Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the festival of Succot
(Tabernacles) referred to in the
liturgy as "the season (or time)
of our joy?"
While every major Jewish fes
tival is basicallj an occasion for
joy. Succol i- especially designated
to be such bj repeated emph
the Bible where the name of
tival is mentioned in the
Pentateuch.
One source (Levushi claims
thi.- is so because the festival
mark- the reaping of the harvest
oi the fall crops. Others, who are
more sophisticated and somewhat
mystic in their approach claim
that the festival is especiallj
of joy because it celebrates the
victory over Satan who attempted
to prosecute man on Yom Kippur
The forgiveness that is acquired on
Yom Kippur is celebrated on
Succot.
The festival comes as a relief
from the tension experienced dur-
ing the "Days of Awe" (Yamin
Noraimi and thus brings great joj
Why must the roof of the Succah
be made only from branches,
wood-products or reeds which
are already detached from the
soil but not yet made into ves-
sels for human consumption?'
This is based upon a verse in
the Bible (Deuteronomy 16:13)
which states 'Ye shall make the
festival of Succot unto you when
(or asi you have gathered in Che
crops i from your threshing floor
and from your wine pre-s "
When the crops are on the thresh-
ing floor they are certauu) ..>u ./
severed from the ground. Futher
more the Talmud (Succah 12a) ex-
plains that the covering of the
Succah therefore comes from the
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Hoi Hamoed Succot
'And the Lord spoke unto IfOflCS, saying, Speak unto the
children ol Israel, saying the fifteenth day oi this seventh
month shall be the feast ol tabernacles for -even day- unto the
Lord On the firsl day shall be a hoi) convocation ye shall do
work therein s. ven days ye shall offer an offering
made bj lire unto the Lord: on the eighth day shall be a holy
m unt you: and ye shall t.fl in le b> fire
unto the I it id a -oh urn assembly: and ye shall do no sen le
Ihet
\\.,, in the fifteenth day ol the seventh moi
have fruit ol the land, ye shall keep a fi
il,, I.,,,, M.\ n d on tli- firsl daj shall be a Sabbath, on the
eighth da; shall be a Sabbath Vnd ye shall take you on the
[jrS( ,|; \ || ol ;oodh tree- branches of palm trei
s 0| thick li nd willows ol the br 10k and y<
ire the Lord your God -even days And ye shall l ep
it a feast unto the lord seven days in the year It sh d1
statute forever in your generations ye shall celebrate it in thi
th month Ye shall dwell in booths -even days: all thai an
tes born shall dwell in b.....:i- That your generations
know that 1 made lh< children ol Israel to dwell in I
1 brought them out ol the land ol Egypt: I am the Lord >our
Cod."
And Moses declared unto the children ol Israel
of the Lord.
the
This recounting of the Week.y Portler. of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
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spoils of the threshing floor and
the wine pre-- These spoils
dcave-. stems or branches) have
not been made into anything
through human master) and thus
are not subject to the laws of im
purity winch renders a utensil
made by humans a- impure should
II touch objects thai bring im-
purity
This i- furthi r explained by the
moralists as Implying that man's
protection comes basicall) not
from nature itself (represented b)
the plants -till connected with the
soili nor Irom man's own i
man*hip (represented b) the fin
Ished product man can make from
nature's growth) hut from the
Grace of the Almighty which car
proi de him with protection ev< n
from the worthless spoils ol na
lure, provided man learns I
use and appret iate them.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
K vrr.
i. in Si rmi >i "Tell li
. Ti mpl< iml hi T. n-
K i I'i.i/iii. Salur
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.CHAT Tl li .-II il i I" p m
'I'll. T..... Tha I N
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\. I i lierg
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W LiDson.
- unlay, 9 h m > I
Th. Torah I.- hmiii I'...- M tsval
ula. I vi-!: Mr. mid Mr*
inl li.i .
-HMINI ATZERET Sn i|n< D m
' indn} m Vixkor at-r\ let-. Si i
'Iti in. n '.'I I 'Tir.-I t ii>L-
- MCHAT TORAH: Monday, li p.m
ilrei Torali I'm.-. knIoii, Tu. --
. \ ..
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sr.hift
i ida> : |i "i Saturday, P a in Ber-
Thi H*i Htival Me Kr elu-s
i p in M in ha, tin p in
SHMINI ATZERET: Sunday,
i 'ii Monday, S a.m Vlzkor Service,
..in. .--. i in..n "Memories i.f ill,-
Ill III 4 p in I'i. -Sun. lint f.s-
11, Il le*
SiMCHAT TORAK. M mila; "" p.m
I'-iiMl !! -.-i..i, Tu.-.-.lm il m
.* iii ha, '' 30 p iii
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor B'.n D'Ckson
1 Ida) .ii aunaei Saturday, 15 a.m
S-rmmi Vault) .if Vanitiea."
5HMINI ATZfcHET: Monday I 15
i Vlxhnr KBTvtcea, in ;i nj. Sermon:
\ i Indelible I init --
S- MCHAT TORAH: 7:31 p.m Pro-
Ion ..I" grandfather*, father* and
h. na Tu. -.!.,>. ..-. ;. m
SETH TOV ITEMPLEl. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aoril.
Cantor Seymour Hinkeo.
day, ; m p m Batanla) 9 m
- --I in..i. Sii.-. .
HOSHANAH RABAH. BsUldal .-, in
S-HMINI ATZERET: Rundav, ..
i '" M.....'ay, : am Yi/.k..i -.-i\ i,
MCHAT TORAH: Tu.-*iln>. |. am
E NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ktay, r. ii m Sermon: -The H.li-
Keamon hOve Dora the Melody
i ...il-.t ..n" Saiuril;i> 18:43 ,i m Bar
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
19 TISHRI 6:37
1*
Mltsvah: Jeffrey Philip,
mid Mi> Edward Rale
SRAEL CtMPLt). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday, K:1S p.m. in Royal Puryear,
ii Plot-Ida Memorial i "!! -.
t-in-i upeaker Monday, II a.m. Ser-
mon; Rabbi JaeobH ConaVcratlon '.
RellBTloun School children.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Sermon "Wan Columliui- Jewlah
SHMINI ATZERET: Sun.lay
pin Monday, s:::.. n in Sermon:
ih. Dead i-oulil Bpeakt
SIMCHAT TORAH: Tueaday,
.i.rn Sermon: "'Kejolce in the I
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE).
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi
Kronish. Cantor David Convise
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass
Prtda v H :n p ni. Saturda). I .
"The i;!..ri. of the lluinl.l.
HOSHANAH RABAH: Rundai ttl
SHMINI ATZERET: 6:3(1 p.m Mon-
day. I", .i in Vlskni i \ li ... Id i:.
m Sermon: "What la Revereiu-e?"
SiMCHAT TORAH Monday 6:jn n in
Tu- mud i". 8 ni Torah Proi phhIoii,
OR OLOM (TEMPLE1,. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Prldnj s |. in Baa Mltxvah: R< bi i i n
Ann. daughter of Mr and Mm Alex
Kurtz, Saturday, vl". a.m (tar Mltx-
vah David son of Mr. and Mr*
Cerald Milov
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB .TEMPLEi 951 6.
4th Ave.. Hiairah Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Prlday, s:i:. p.m. Saturday, a m
SHMINI ATZERET: Monday, li :m
i in Vlxkor aervleea, l":"" a m even-
11 u aert leea, T p.m.
SIMCHAT TORAH: Tuesday, B B in
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BIACH
AGL-DATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca. lyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The
ft* ,,i Paradoxical Truth Mincha,
fi:4.i p ni
HOSHANAH RABAH Sunday T 4",
SHMINI ATZERET: M.....l:i>. Sermon
i isknr Mi-r\ieeH, 11 a.m
"Parttnx With Peatlval," l*>:30 am I
SIMCHAT TORAH: 6:45 p.m T..,,l,
Proreaaion
Cfi-. SRAfiL.~*770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Saturday I a m Mlnrha, :S5 p m
Masrli. 7 ::-. p n,
HOSHANAH RABAH: Sunday, s I in
Miiia-ha, i;:4m p.m.
SHM.Nl ATZERET: Sunday. 6:SS ,. ni '
Monday. X:4.1 a m Mtnrha, 6 4n > m
SIMCHAT TORAH: 1|.....|nj J :,!,',
Tu.-.l.iv (J :, ff|noha ,;., ,,
Maarlv, 7:80 p.m, '
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SHMINI ATZERET: Suild.'l |l n.
Mundas s i;. ., m >. p m .-.. rmoti
The Seaaon'a A Im- n i
SIMCHAT TORAH TucmI.i) -''
a.m., >"<" p.m s. rmn 'A Time !
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
R.ih()i Dow Rozenrwdig.
KYIday, 7 p m Saturday, I* a in
SHMINI ATZERET: Suilda> 7 pm
Mondaj II a m
SIMCHAT TORAH Tu< idaj
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative R-intv
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adle^
Prlda) H pin Saturday
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tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
to* Edward Klein.
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David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Prlday 8:30 p.m Saturday, s :> a.m
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Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
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Friday. October 11, 1968
r
*Jenist nrridfirnr
Paae 11-A
EgyAian Jews

ig Held
jBpl os I ages
0| From Pag 1-A
,ged a house-to-house
(Jewish homes and has
register of all occu-
have been forbidden
their areas of resi-
ain under constant
Iraqi Jews are forbid
ite and cannot sell or
tpose of immovable
Jews jit' In-Ill virtual
Hi their own homes, be-
ing |^We '"
a mile and :i their resi-
ilence witho.it special permits.
They must carry special identity
cards mf m.i) not sell or other-
wise dispose Hi ihi'ir properly l\.l
estinian Arab relu^ees have luen
resettled in homes in the former
Jewish quart.
threat tOrJews in Dama-ciis and
Aleppo, Whi :
ready ocajfred. the AJCommlttee
reported.
Eban Uejeels
Big INmrr
'Guarantees'
Continued Fiom Page 1-A
adveir \h
Mn declii.< I.. -' !!'. \i .il>
iremmcnts he tempted out of
eer routine to rush into impul-
se rejection let mo -u-uest that
tragedy is mo
what they mi--
Asserting that peace i- more
than what is ealled nonbelliKcr-
ency', the 1- v
Wid, "Any settlement should
down the precise conditions of
our COexisteln ii.'hoi '. ,!i
i agreed m>P of the secure and rcc-
| ognized lnnui The essence of
peace is that it commits both par-
>;tlte jyoposiiion and the con-
sciousness that then- 120 \ ear old
conflict is at a permanent end.'"
LJ. S. Turns Down New
Soviet Mideast Proposals
5. Fronk Rctfterv. asn^ra! ores'
Hpnt r>' 'h Brotherhood of P-W
ers, Decorators and PaDer-
hanaers of America. AFL-C'O.
was 01)051 of h,"iri* at th H".
ninni'iec /\v"-*rrfl JYnr r-f ?ui^
Hebrew Academv. He was cited
for h's "c",~''">H'tt i-nn';l>--
\rr\ in \h" fild of education "
Iraq. Jordan, Syria
Set Plans For
Unified Command
LONDON (JTA) Reports that
Iraq. .Ionian and Syria have de-
cided in establish a join! military
command to strengthen Jordan's
vulnerable frontier with Israel
preeted with only mild en-
thusiasm, it was reported here fn m
Beirut. According to the report, an
Iraqi officer will head the com
mand and Damascus will he of-
fered as its headquarters. The pa-
per said that such a locale is un-
likely to find favor with the other
two member countries, even in
their present conciliatory mood.
The Christian Science Monitor
in Boston reported in a Beirut dis-
patch from John Cooley that the
main purpose of the joint command
"would he to remedy the almost
total lack of staff or tactical co-
ordination between the Arab stalls
in the June. l!)ri~ war." Mr. Cooley
attributed reports of the move to
'"trustworthy informants" and said
the combined staff group was be-
lieved to have resulted from talks
in Amman a week ago in wh-ch the
Iraqi defense minister and chief of
Staff participated along with the
Jordanian commander in chief and
the chiefs of staff ol Syria and
Saudi Arabia.
"The new Arab staff planning is
probably intended to replace com-
pletely the old defunct unified
Arab military command set up by
the first two Arab summit confer-
ences in l!Mi4." Mr. Cooley wrote
"That command never functioned
effectively because of inter Arab
political bickering," he said.
DR. MORTON TEICHER, dean
of Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler
School ot Social Work, has been
appointed executive secretary of
the National Conference Communal Service.
Continued turn Page 1-A
a- a basis for discussions, sources
said. Thej noted thai Paris had
been insisting for the past year
thai only a four power agreement
could solve the Mid lie East im-
passe; thai eleme"! in the Soviet
plan appealed to them
French Foreign Minister Michel
Debre, in his first major foreign
policy statement since taking
a speech delivered before the
Chamber of Deputies in Paris this
weekcalled for Israel's withdraw
al from all territories "it occupied
by force" in the June 1987 war.
According to M. Dubre, "Nothing
can be achieved in the Middle KaM
unless Israel first withdraws. The
situation demands that both sides.
Israel and the Arabs recognize and
respect their mutual borders as
well as their rights to exist under
normal conditions." M. Dubresaid
this also implied the rignl to
navigation through international
.watei w ays
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko declared in an address to
he United Nations General Assem-
bly this week that Israel must
withdraw immediately from occu-
pied Arab territories. He com-
mented on the Middle East situa-
tion in a lengthy statement devoted
mainly to the defense of the Soviet
and Warsaw blor invasion of Czech-
oslovakia and to Soviet proposals
for halting the nuclear arms race
as well as for general disarma-
ment.
Mr. Gromyko's Mi Idle East
statemen i instituted a reiteration
ol current Soviet policy, which
blames Israeli "aegn ssion'
lor
continued tensions in the Middle
East lie made no nev proposals.
Ik- charged thai the ltiti" "aggres
sion" by Israel had not been elim-
inted and that responsibility n sted
"with those who n fuse to comply'
with the Not 22, 1967 Security
Council resolution on Middle East
peace The Soviets interpret that
resolution as requiring Israeli wi
drawal as the first step.
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Jewish flnrldFiftr
Friday. October 1]
1968
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A NIGHT OF WATCHING
By ELLIOT ARNOLD
The enemy creep; around us.
lesi Mir resistance, our
control and our faith Anti-Semi-
tism is DC they tell u. the
Jews of the world are free.
Freedom is an elusive word.
What is free today may be taxed
tomorrow. And so we Jews pull
together, touch shoulders and
Joan
pray for the New Year ar.d re-
member our freedom.
We remember more than that.
We remember oppression and
Nazis We remember escape and
release.
We remember back to 1940
when Hitler occupied Denmark
during World War II, granting, as
a great concession to the Danes,
that their Jewish population
would not be molested. And who
can forget 1943 when the Nazis
decided enough was enough and
the Danish Jews, too, must
perish?
Elliot Arnold remembers. He
remembers and he wills the in-
cident to tire once more in his
novel A W.-ht # Watchm*. (Faw-
cett Publications, Inc.. paperback
edition. 95c.
Arnold takes a part of history.
cor.-oiidates character*, add! the
message that among men there
- still hope for compassion and
understanding and writes his
little-big novel.
l.ttle because there arc only
a certain number of words avail-
able to express despair and cour-
age, love ar.d hate. Brg because
of the things the reader sees be-
tween the printed linesthe faces
of men who sacrificed themselves
to save others, the German sol-
dier and his own 'elf doubt-, the
love of Jew and non-Jew. the
hated reflection of sadism.
But they won. the Danes. In
October of 1943. 8.007 Jews were
smuggled out of Denmark to Swe-
denleaving only about 4Q who
either were not alerted or did not
believe the alarm.
Arnold weaves his story around
Ro-h Ha-hanah. which the Ger-
mans thought an ideal time to
capture all Jews, and Yom Kip-
pur, when the Danish underground
was successful in its attempt to
smuggle Jews to Sweden.
Before that, the Jewish popula-
tion was hidden in churches, in
hospitals and in home.- "Good is
like evil in a way."' a helpful
pastor says. "Given a chance, it
may grow."
"Adversity," says one woman,
"is what keeps Jews Jews Die
of conviction, not of resignation."
remarks an underground worker
"Livinf is something that is
learned, and dying is no way to
learn it," lectures a Jewish elder
These are the voice* found in
Elliot Arnold's novel, a book
which commands respect because
it touches its readers while call-
ing attention to itself.
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man ol the board of directors, has
announced.
Mr Kettle is ni-11 president and
board member <>f County National
Bank of North Miami Beach which
just recently affiliated with Dixie
National, in banking for the past
30 years, he has held almost every
banking executive title.
A native of Baltimore, Md. he
moved bis family to Miami in 1955
from St. Augustine, where he had
lived for 40 years. Me attended
Judea Cotillion Resumes
The Wednesdaj night session! of
Temple Judea's cotillion will n-
jume Oc1 l'" under *i- direction
oi Mr and Mn r*n-d Rappv with
seventh graders meeting from 7:30
!,, 8 30 and eighth graders from
fl 30 to 9 30
Mr- Milton Goldberg is in charge
,)f registration.
Magician Headiiner At
Massachusetts Club
Arthur Hodkin, magic:an ard
mu=ician, is to have entertained
at the regular meeting 'if the Mas-
sachusetts Club "i Greater Miami
Thursday at the Bel Aire Motel.
Miami Beach
All former Massachusetts resi-
dents are invited
Local Artist Will
Teach YM-YWHa
Sketching Coiitfe'
Patil Nabb. kieal graphic a-
will teach a course in n
ing at the YM-YWHA ,|
Miami. 8500 S\V 8th St Tiie^T
evenings at 8 oo. *J>
The Class will be open to both nW
and wom-n. according i \|rs *r
Benin, chairman of .. y, /'
tural Arts Committee.
Mr. Nabb. who studied at ik,
University of Miami under a paw-
ing scholarship, has e>
works at the Whitnev MiK,.um^
Art in New York and at galleriH
n Washington. DC. One of Z
frsl arti-ts to show at Miami',
Lowe Gallery, many of his
are in its permanent collection
C. fDWAID KFTTlf
Phillips Academy in Andover. ;
Mass.. and graduated from Rider
College in Trenton, N.J.. with a
degree in Business Administration.
Mr. Kettle has been very active
in the Miami area's civic and pro-
fessional life, serving as president
of the Greater Miami Clearing
House Association for two years.
ss chairman of Florida Bankers
Group 8. as well as a board mem-
ber of seven local banks.
'Middle Eost Peace' Topic
For Congressman Pepper
Prospects for peace in the Middle
East were discussed by U.S. Con-
zre-sman Claude Pepper at a spe-
cial meeting of Jewish War Vet-
t-.-ar.- Post 330 Thursday at which
new members were inducted.
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7riday. October 11. 1968
^Jewisti n-crHkir
Page 13-A
Y Names New
Senior High Unit
Youth Supervisor
Judy Isacoff has joined the staff
of the YM-YWHAof Greater Miami
as a youth ac-
tivities super-
visor working
with the Senior
High School
program, it has
been announced
by Efraim H.
Gale, executive
director of the
Y.
Miss Isacoff
is a native of
Judy /scH New Hampshire
nd received her B.S. degree in
ducat.on from Boston Universin
For the past several years. Miss
[I j>'off has been employed at Jew-
ish community centers and sum-
tnet camps, working with young-
- :. of all ages in various youth
activities and programs
Miss Isacoff now resides in the
liouthwesl section of Miami.
Her responsibilities at the YM-
Iy.'HA of Greater Miami will be
the area of Senior Hi^h activities
programs and working with
various Friendship Clubs in this
.-.,.' category. The new Fall pro-
Igram for Teen clubs is now under
at the "Y" and a complete
program of activities, meetings,
[pr ijects and classes is now avail-
I
The Senior High program at the
V" is comprised of a six-point
;!: community service, Jewish
- -nation, cultural, athletics, so-
.: and leadership development
,~ses open to teenagers at the Y
.ude drama, folk dancing, guitar,
t, cooking, newspaper and pho-
-iraphy clubs.
Argentina's Jews Call For Action On Anti-Semitism
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) The I openly incite hatred of Jews. The
DAIA, central representative body j group, which held a special session
of Argentine Jewry, called on the a"ended by Jewish leaders from
0i>,.. u; 14.1 ; the provinces, referred to the fire
government th.s week to take steps thatPdestroyed a S2 million Israeli
to eliminate anti-Semitic propa- ; exhibition at the fairgrounds here
ganda and other activities that 1 last week as "vandalism," and in-
| ously aimed at Dr. Guillermo
I Borda. the Argentine Minister of
sisted that the circumstances sur- Interior, who had said that there is
rounding the blaze indicated that insufficient evidence so far to\be
j it was of criminal origin and urged able to say. categorically that sabo-
that this fact should not be "di tage was involved in the fire The
luted" before public opinion. possibility that it was accidental
The DAIA statement was obvi- I "could not be excluded." he said.
I Jewish Exhibit Canceled
AMSTERDAM (JTAi The Am-
-'"dam Municipality recently an-
-unced the cancellation of plans
. >r an exhibition of Jewish ritual
cts from Prague due to the
political situation in Czechoslo-
vakia.
Announcement was also made of
the election of the Dutch-Jewish
. riter. J. Van Rallte of Rotterdam.
i president of the Association of
mrnalists of Holland
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OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
i Israel Can't Risk Single Defeat By Arabs
UJHAT arc the similarities be-
tween what Russia has done
in Czechoslovakia and what six
wishes to do in the Middle Fas*"'
iref Israel's new Min-
ster of Finance, in his first speech
in this country before the Board
Governors of the Israel Bond
M ail tat: 'i, reflected RMJOI it)
pinion when he said theii objective is the same.
Bui there is one great .Mr Sh
noted The Czechs have been invaded three limes
so they knew when the barbarians from the East
invaded their country some weeks ago that I reel
-Slovakia would still be there Israel, on the othel
hand, knows thai if she is invaded once, there will
be no Israel left Israel cannot afford a single defeat
Ii was not easj tor Israel to go to war,
Mr. Sharei "Musi the world did nothing whei
Russia invaded Czechoslovakia." he noted, "so ii
b; when Nasser, backed by Russia made
We honed thai the United Sal
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
The Hawks, The Doves And The Bear
IT IS GENERALLY | i I think, that
Czechoslovakia must not be foi
ten. Prof Bernard Lewis spoke lor manj
ol us when he wrote in the Time- \ i
we really going to forgo) Czechoslovakia
and return to the familiar ground of
placating our enemies, harrying our
friends and despising ourselves'''
This mood in the Westand not just
the West, either is of immense importance to Israel
id therefore to all .lews. Overnight, Russia ha become
. pariah among the nations, derided and despised every-
where from China to Peru and including India. Only
ihe Arab countries approve of the Russian invasion of
echoslovakia and repeat Pravda's idiotic story that
Russia v as united into Czechoslovakia by her friends to
\e then a hand against West Germany, thus leaving
themselves open to ridicule and becoming the laughing
stock of the world But it is not the Arabs that really
matter What really matters is that cultural relations ate
being used as a political weapon by the Russians. Now it
i- common knowledge that, generally, art and music have
nothing to do with politics. Yet it is now possible that
one or two Russian musicians may be unable to fulfill
their contracts in London as a result of cultural relations
tween Fast and West coming to a crashing halt. Every-
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Maccabiah Games
TURING A RECENT v sit to Israel. Pierre Glides
game, chairman of the International Maccabiah
Games Committee and the Maccahi World Union,
announced thnt a record 1.800 Jewish athletes from
more than 30 nations would compete in the Eighth
World Maccabiah Games in Israel. July 28 Aug. 6.
19G9 Wesl Germany, Spain. Greece and a number
of Latin American nations are expected to partici-
pate in the games for the first time.
Samuel Hatofi. 43. a native of New York City.
has been named executive director of the United
States Committee Sports for Israel. Hatoff has rep
resented the Joint Defense Appeal, the United Jew
ish Appeal and other philanthropic causes. He served
as eastern regional director of the City of Hope for
more than ten years and then became a manage-
ment and public relations executive for private in-
dustry. The U.S. Committee Sports for Israel's
national office is located at 147 W 42nd St.. New
York City
Morocco s South and Sports Ministry announce
that they will not participate in the Olympic soccer
championships in Mexico City because of a sched-
uled meeting with Israel on Oct. 13
Willy Meisl, 72. one of Europe's most famous
sport -writei s. died in I.ugano. Switzerland, in June.
An athlete in his youth. Meisl played on Austrian
national soccer teams and was a national swimming
and water polo champion.
A jportswriter in Germany before World War II.
he served a- foreign editor of Britain's World Sports
magazine after the war The London Jewish Chron-
icle published the following paragraphs under the
l>> line of Pierre Gildesgame:
"It was Iir Willy Meisl who. together with Dr.
V V Rosenfeld. nou an octogenarian living in
London, was mainly instrumental in setting up
temporar) headquarters of the Maccabi World
l nion in London when the) had to be transferred
from Berlin soon after the Maccabi movement in
Germany had been banned by the Nazis
"I)r Meisl s dedication to amateur sports stood
the Maccabi movement in this country in good
rtead He acted as liaison between erstwhile leaders
of the Maccabi in Germany and Austria, many of
whom were either confined to D.P. camps in Eu-
rope or had resided temporarily in Italy and the
Far East before emigrating to Israel. When the
first national football (soccer) team came to Britain
in 1949 to play against Arsenal and Notts County
he ran a seminar for them at Maccabi House in
Hampstead
"He will long Ik- remembered as one of Jewry's
great sport--men and promoter of amateur sports.
The Maccabi World Union will be eternally grate-
ful to him for the services he rendered."
sorr> for the individuals involved some ol '
loubt, are a- outraged as we arc And when we think
thi- i- being doni bj a country which brok.....t diplo
tic relations with Israel alter accusing Israel ol tr
to remove progressive Arab regimes on behalf ol At
ican and British capitalists." it i- reall) lunnj
There is another aspect of these event- which affects
humanit) as a whole The draft of the Non-Proliferation
Treaty is now deadfor no one in his right mind is
prepared to de-enbe the Soviet Union as a Country
siring to further the easing of international tension and
the strengthening of trust between states." Not alter
i /echoslovakia.
The invasion of Czechoslovakia has caused agonizing
reappraisals in Israel and in the Diaspora The Israeli
doves had felt that Russia might be ready to involve itself
directly in a Middle East war A whole series of political
decisions had been based on the assumption thai Israel
must be doubly caretul, perhaps even put up with Arab
provocations so as not to arouse the Russians' ire This
was reportedl) a popular view in the Foreign Ministrj
It is clear that nothing written or said makes the
dish test difference to the Kremlin if they think a certain
policy i- good for them The hawks in Israel are saying
to the doves. "I told you so"' The Arabs had better look
outthe hawks are obviously on the ascendancy
P ist-Prague Russia will not have an easy time with
the Arabs Her own satellites, except for East Germany,
will not be prepared to pour their wealth into Arabia SO
that Russia can guard them against America, whom thej
fear less than they do Russia herself
In Diaspora Jewish politics, the doves used to have
it all the way Their theory that Jews had nothing against
the Soviet regime, and only wanted more synagogues for
Soviet .lews perhaps a few schools and a theater or tv.
has suffered a setback it the regime is s(, evil as to be
capable of invading an ally, there is nothing to expect
from it. and there is no point m appeasing it oi in asking
others to treat it gently So the correct policy must be t
light it all along the linewhich, according to some ex
pcrts. would make a bigger impression on Moscow, and
possibly even help Soviet Jews more, than an apologet
approach
Soviet Citizens -nod and true have appealed to the
tree world to expose the ou'rage of the Czechoslovakian
invasion Surely there must be Soviet .lews, equally goo i
and true citizens, who would like world Jewry to expose
to the free world the outrageous anti-Semitism of the
Kremlin. The new Soviet man is of a different mold, so
is the new Soviet Jew.
The hawks have not defeated the doves single-handed
They were decisively helped by the Russian bear
Israel Newsletter
would step in. Then we Imped that Prance
regarded Itself then as our defender, would do
something, but it did nothing Then we hope*
the I nited States might help Israel protect
i h there was no overt action."
Israel ii not a rich country and the mili,
budget i- a very heavy one But Uiael h .- |i
the lesson that it musl depend on its own
arm In Hi ection, the Israeli Minister ol r
ii ri n-jth i imi it nd .eater act
thai at the time when France's President Ch .
de Gaulle was boastinj ol the adequacy of his
one fourth of it was money which
; net' foi at
i ib iou I cannol bear Ih's hug<
I the sa t'ii Id hon e-
ivide :1 ployment foi m

thej a i in
Israel i> will I me the hea\ i
burden and bud pi .:' nothing more ol
.lev .v than that it assume I
ment budi mi new imm
Jewry has not let Israel down I
f crisis, then response to the I-
campaign has been most encouraging
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
A Rabbi's Enw
a>
ENVY is A FAULT we are sup
posed to avoid. But in -
circumstances it i> understand
if even a rabbi succumbs to .
Take, for example. Rabbi s
uel Dresner, that able Spi ii
Vlass rabbi who leads a -
Conservative congregation in i
lovelv New England town
written some fine books about Judaism
Alter a struggle with envy, Rabbi Dresm
parently gave in to it -for here is what he toll
people about the man he envies
"He is neither a teacher nor a civic lea l<
Rabbi Dresner said "He is not even a Jew
is he?
"The goll pro at the club! Why" Because
extraordinary' devotion given to him and his
Would that I had his lollowing among n
congregants'
II I tell a member to buv a book on Jewisl
lory and read it. he mav or may not do so But
pro tells him that a certain book will impi
game, thai a different story if | tell him to -
synagogue at !i a m Shabbos morning, il u
I alls, on deal ear- I'.ut it the pro tells him to '
at <> every Saturday morning, you can be sun I
will be there
"For the game, one finds the kind of devol i
which Jews used to give to the Torah. and
pro. the kind of respect which Jews used to |
the rabbi What could we not achieve in our p
gregations il we studied Torah with the same ki
nah (intensity) we devote to golf, or if there wen
Ihe same honor for spiritual leaders that then h
for the pro"'
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Ministry Eases Life For Immigrant:
IYJANY ISRAELISformer Prime Mm
ister Ben-Gurion and present Prime
Minister l.evi Eshkol among them be
lieve that in the long run the fate ol
Israel depends on the numbers and qual
ity of the immigrants who will come to
the country II will certainlj affect the
Size and quallt) of the Armed Fere- \.
rael is able to muster against her h isl
Arab neighbors But that is 0h par, 0| the problem
Whatever Israel's ultimate borders ;, js obvious ,,, ,.
thousands ol new farms will have to be established and
Bcores of new towns and cities erected to fill the emptv
spaces -ha, were a threat to Israel- securitj even I,
he June 1967 war Villages and towns needsettlersTold
timers were always par, of the population in new ,
menK but the so-called new developmenl ;,,-,,. ....
overwhelming numbers are recent immigrants
one may argue whether quality or quantity is more
important as far as immigration Is concerned But 23
arguments are academic There are no alteratives tin-
the Israel government can pick and choose
In Eastern Europe and the Moslem world, the emi
there ,s an lrilm,gran, ,,
sionals. This Is quality, but even the most dedicate^
onists cannot call it quantity. a
I is generally agreed that the problems and d.fficul-
' reservoir is either exhausted or blocked
governments In the free world, the doors are
of absorption frighten people away, so ihe
ment is trying to do something about the K
bureaucracy often encountered by immigrants t,
settle in Israel A new Ministry of Absorption was
ihed a ew months ago. bringing under one rool
- that deal with the individual immigrant Until
now the Jewish Agency was responsible for a gri it
Ihe functions involved, and it will continue I
sponsible for aid to needy arrivals The Agencv will
little to do for an immigrant who has the financial
to take care of himself, But if an immigrant be he an
unskilled laborer or a professor of electronic i
"lives m this country without financial reso
il Will be the task of ,hc Jewish Agency to help bin
a new life
The actual processing of the new immigrant 's .
ti >n. from debarkation to settling in a new home and
Will be carried out by joint Absorption Ministry and
Jewish Agency teams. For all immigrantsrich and poor
Ihere will be a single address to deal with all the
problems I, is hoped this will make things more attractive
tor immigrants from the free world, and more pleasant
for those who sometimes arrive with only the clothe* of.
their backs.


jy. October 11. 1968
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MARIAN SNEIDER
everence In Unchanging Tradition
It was Yom Kippur and I had
n lear-old twins that they didn't
|tay home from school to ride
their bikes
around t h e
neighborhood.
They final-
ly became oc-
cupied with
things more
sober when I
realized that
although the
six of us are
Jewish, we are
a-
K.AHlAN
jflerent. We are a twentieth-
ntury-integrated Jewish family.
My husband grew up in a |U-
i-mely religious home and his
rnial contact with Judaism was
the Orthodox synagogue. Be
members sitting with his father
lough an entire service and not
tiers-landing a word. But his
Intones of being in the syna-
inc. particularly on the High
Jy Days, are happy ones. In
He way he got a meaningful
klcrstanding of the day's im-
pance although he didn't real-
mderstand.
Kly parents took me to a Con-
fvative temple. There were
pie things I could understand.
essentially I grew up not
ly knowing what Judaism
about. Like Stan, I enjoyed
services although what I ex-
lienced was a feeling rather
|n an intelligent awareness.
low we take our four children
Reform temple and Stan and
^oth know that in many ways
understood more than we
lized.
hopefully the message now
given in English will have as
much meaning to our children in
their lives as the Hebrew mes-
sage had for us. In this new
temple the eternal light hangs as
it did for Stan and me The rabbi
offers the same prayers that were
said over 2,000 years ago. 25
years ago and last week.
We understand them now. but
what is significant is that the
prayers have not changed and
there is a reverence in unchang
ing tradition.
Most of all, there is the ark
and the continuing sense of mys-
tery that behind the doors of that
ark stands the Torah.
The congregation rises, the ark
is opened, the Torah is raised. At
this moment it doesn't matter
whether the service is in English
or in Hebrew or whether one is
seven or ninety-seven. Every Jew-
senses the majesty of the Torah.
It is our heritage and its presence
enriches our lives. For all Jews
in all synagogues, everywhere,
there is a tie that binds. That tie
is the cord that encircles the
Torah.
Contemporary Jewish Issues Feature
At Beth David Adult Studies Institute
lewish Folk Hour
WITH
[Aaron Sliil'rin
10:30-11 A.M.
3-4 P.M.
w i: ii it f. .11.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
IHJIRNATIONAl NEWS
"Should Orthodox. Reform and
Conservative Merge Into One?"
will be among the questions dis-
cussed during the eight-week-long
Institute of Adult Jewish Studies
at Beth David Congregation which
began Tuesday evening.
Classes start each week at 8 p.m.
at both Beth David locations: 2625
S\v Third Ave. and 7500 SW 120th
St.
At the South Dade building the
first hour will feature studies of
the Hebrew language, the Jewish
way of life and parent-child rela-
tions At 9 p.m. Rabbi Sol Landau
will moderate panel discussions on
contemporary Jewish issues with
special guests participating each
week.
Mrs. Malvina W. I.iebman of the
University of Miami is a faculty
member there.
At the Coral Way location a
study of modern Jewish thinkers
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history will be carried on in addi-
study of the Hebrew
each week there will
on the Jew in many
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Africa. Dr. Donald B.
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manities at Miami-Dade Junior
College, South Campus, and Barry
College professor. Dr. Jerome Co-
hen, are among the faculty.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger left), spiritual leader of Temple
Zamora, Coral Gables, presents Rep. Dante Fascell as award
on behalf of the Temple Men's Club for "dedicated personal
service promoting the welfare of all people, and for many
years of outstandina devotion to the development and
growth of the community."
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Florida Extension Service at the
first session of a series of discus-
sions on "Family Life" at 2:30 p.m.
Thursday at the YM-YWHA. 8500
SW eighth St.
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leading the discussion. Justine B
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re wish Flor idian
Florida, October 11, 1968
Section B \
Walter Falk Is Named Chairman
or l?clh David [srael Dinner
Walter S. Falk. Jewish commu-
nal leader and a member of the
Board of Directors of Beth David
Congregation, has been named
chairman of the Beth David-Israel
Dinner of State to be held Sunday.
Oct. 20. at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Guest of honor at the event will
be Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of the congregation, who
will receive the Jerusalem Libera-
tion Award of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Mr. and Mrs. Falk have been
named chairmen of the Corps of
Hosts for the dinner.
A prominent business executive,
Mr. Falk is president of the Metro-
politan Mortgage Corp.. president
of the South Florida Mortgage As-
sociation and incoming president
of the Florida Association of Mort-
gage Brokers.
Active in synagogue and com-
munity life. Mr. Falk is a leader
in the Greater Miami Israel Bond
drive, is president of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service, and
chairman of the Chaplaincy Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
A long time resident of Miami.
Mr. Falk attended the University
of Miami before enlisting in the
Air Force in 1941. After serving
3'j years, he attended New York
University, graduating in 1945. He
and Mrs. Falk are parents of Ju-
dith. 19. Rosemary. 17. and Joseph.
14.
Sidney Rcyrr.ond (right) of Miami Beach, who was recently
elected national vice president of the Zionist Orqanizaticn
of America, is shown acceptim an award on behaif of the
ZOA Southeast Region from Jacques Torczynar. national
ZOA president.
Goal Of 80 Percent By Wednesday
Set By United Fund Campaign Workers
That contributions to the 193
United Fund of Dade County will
reach 80 percent of the goal ol
$4,453,900 bj Wednesday when the
second report luncheon is sched-
uled at noon at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel, i- the hope of 150 volunteer
campaign workers from the busi
ness communitv.
iMsen added to the nite I
this year,
S xteen new Fair .shale m
panies were added to the lia
ing the week bringing the total to
72. A compj ii) is de >if
"Fair Share" when 50 percent of
its employees contribute a fair
share gift.
Bureau College Opens Oct. 22
College of Jewish Studies of
ureau of Jewish Education
JDpen on Oct. 22, according to
ouncement made by Albert
ip. Bureau president.
Ions will again be held in
IBe locations: Temple Judea.
0 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables:
Bk Torah Congregation, 1051 N.
i Beach Blvd., North Miami
Hfe a"d the offices of the Bu-
of Jewish Education, 940
In lid.. Miami Beach,
lions are open to adult stv-
interested in intensive Jw-
^ducation; pra-ichool, one-day
and Hebrew teacher*, col-
| students; and to juniors and
in high school in a special
' department.
Hirses offered at the three loca-
ions include Prayerbook Hebrew.
onversational Hebrew, modern
ewish history, the Wisdom Books,
turrent Jewish Thought. Methods
t Teaching in the Religious School.
lasic Judaism, and at Beth Torah
CMVegation an advanced I'lpan
In Com. ..inon.i! Hebrew
The intensive Hebrew Depart-
mem of the College at the Bureau
ofuBB The Book of Job and Mod-
eroJkebrew Literature on Wednes-
daj^fcornings. and Tal.nud, Den
terOBOn\ .mil U.ibhmical Fxi'gesis.
AmjMcan Judaism, and Lesson
Plajfcing on Fridays. These cours-
es mte directed toward Hebrew
tea^krs and applicants for He-
bre* teacher licenses.
He new '"Prep" Department of-
feiS semi-informal course on The
Jewish V.ca .it l.d\r and Marriage
for Bi school juniors and seniors
and Ji i^h youth group leaders, re-
sulting in points in leadership cred-
it A certificate awards in youth
organization:.
Hirses are offered with the co-
operation of the congregations of
North Dade. Miami Beach and
South Southwest Miami. The Prep
Department is receiving the co
operati'in ot the Conservative and
Km youth groups, the YM-
JTWHA. Young .ludea. andtheB'nai
* B'rilh Youth Organization
Registration at Temple Judea
will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Oct. 22: at Beth Torah Con-
grfajption at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
4; and at the offices of the
BiOWn of Jewish Education at 10
a.im Wednesday. Oct. 16 and 10
a.m. Friday. Oct 25 First sessions
will follow immediately after reg-
istration
The staff of the college includes
Oscar Schmerler. an instructor at
Miami Dade Junior College: Ben-
' jamfo Hen An, instructor at Tern-
pljjfcoiom; Seymour B. Liebman,
hialenin and professor at the Uni-
velrBy of Miami; Rabbi Morris
Kipper of Temple Judea; Abraham
J. Gittelson, educational director
of Beth Torah Congregation now
on leave to work on his doctoral
thesis; Rabbi Robert P. Frazin.
regional director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations;
Mrs. Irving Seidel, acting princi-
pal of Beth Torah Congregation;
Benjamin Altshuler, instructor at
Temple Or Olom.
I
Also Mrs. Benjamin Altshuler,
instructor at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; Jules Einhorn, educational di-
rector at Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood; Murray Sisselman, edu-
cational director at Temple Sinai,
North Miami Beach; Dr. Isaac Un-
terman. scholar and author; Rabbi
David I.ehrfield of Kneseth Israel
Congregation; Dr. Nathaniel So-
j roff, Bureau consultant; Herbert
I Zvi Berger, associate director of
i the Bureau of Jewish Education;
i and Louis Schwartzman. executive
' director of the Bureau.
"We're off to a good start.' said
Ray Prado, I'nited Fund president,
after the first report meeting re-
vealed 42.9 percent of the fund's
goal had been achieved, as a re-
sult of $1,912,038 being pledged b>
the business community.
This figure compared with 32
percent chalked up at the same
time last year The United Fund
campaign will run until Nov. 26.
with the house-to-house residential
drive scheduled to begin Oct. 27.
Three new agencies. Goodwill
I Industries. Bethany Residence, and
| the Greater Miami Coalition, have
1,000 Emigres
Back In Israel
JERUSALEM IWNS) -- Disclos-
ure that more than 1.000 "yordim"
emigres, had returned to Israel
this year was made hen1 by Moshe
Rivlin, director general of the
Jewish Agency.
According to the agency official,
an estimated 150.000 to 180.000 Is-
raelis left the country in the 20
years of Israel's existence. In con-
trast, there were almost 1.500.000
who entered the country.
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Eli Hurwitz, Leon Steinman Named
Jo National B'nai B'rith Posts
WASHINGTON B'nai B'rith
.announced this week the reelection
of two Greater Miami men to hieh
! posts in the 500.000-meraber Jew-
sh service organization.
Eli Hurwitz and Leo Steinman
were named, respectively, to thre;
vear terms on B'nai B'riths Voca-
tional Service and Community and
' Veterans Services Commissions.
B'nai B'rith Vocational Service
provides college and career coun-
'seling to some 40.000 youths an-
nually through 20 regional offices
in the United States.
The Community and Veterans
Services Commission directs the
organization's civic and veterans
a'd programs in more than 2.000
B'nai B'rith units in North Amer-
,ca
Mr. Hurwitz. who lives at 112
\viia Ct, Coral Gables, and Mr
Steinman. of 50 SW 15th Ave.. also
serve on the board of governors
of B'nai B'rith's Southeastern dis
trict.
ill Huwunz
Constable Tells Officials Uses Of Chemical Mace
Miami Beach Constable Murray
Meyerson was in North Florida re-
cently instructing the law enforce-
ment officials there in the use of
chemical mace.
Meyerson was invited to Holmes
County by former State Senator
and one-time gubernatorial candi- cedures.
date Harvey Belser. of Bonifay. to
give a lecture on "New Ideas on j
Law Enforcement Techniques." in- j
eluding the use of chemical mace. '
The Miami Beach Constable's Of-
fice was one of the first constable's I
offices in the country to instruct
its men in the use of such pro- i
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Purge Of Jews At
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Disrupts Courses
LONDON (JTAi The London
Times has reported that the purge
){ Jewish professors from Warsaw
University has disrupted many
ourses and ome of the professors
ere being urged privately to re-
main lest their departure end any
significant Polish research in their
fields.
According to the dispatch, some
professors were dismissed but
' many others decided to emigrate
after Warsaw University was
branded a "breeding ground for
Zionists." As a result, course* in
French literature, nuclear physics.
I philosophy, mathematics and other
I -ubjects have been seriously dis-
rupted or suspended, the Times re-
ported.
The former daily Polish-Yiddish
; newspaper Folksiimme. now a
weekly, reprinted an article on
i Jewish participation in the resist
I ance movement of Polish peasants
during World War II which ap-
j oeared in the Polish paper. "Tiged-
! nik Kulturalni." Kolkatimme com-
1 mented that many more Jews
| were involved in the resistance
j than given credit by the writer.
I Jan Nowak. The paper added, how-
ever, that it was pleased that the
subject was at least discussed.
Rabbi Levi A. Olan
Is Guest Speaker At
Greenfield Institute
|sues of Faith in American
Politics" will be the second lec-
ture of four scheduled in October
on the issues of the November elec
tion. with Rabbi Levi A Olan of
Dallas the speaker for the Green-
field Adult Institute Sunday morn
lag at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
President of the Central Confer
ence ol American Rabbis. Dr Olan
is one of the nation's mo-t di-tin-
guished rabbis and has served
Temple Emanu-EI of Dallas for ]
the past 20 years He is a member j
of the Board of Regents of the
University of Texas, and is visiting
lecturer on the faculty of the
School of Theology at Southern
Methodist University
Dr. Olan has written extensive-
ly and bring* to his lecture topic
a strong and philosophical back-
ground which wiH 'hod light on
the campaign issues of the 1968
presidential election as they re
late to religion.
Among his works are "Freedom
and Responsibility." The Nature
of Man." "Rethinking the Liberal
Philosophy" and "Reinhold Nie
buhr and the H-braic Spirit.
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Dr. Charles B. Mutter, a clinical
instructor in psychiatry at the Uni-
versity of Miami who also works
as a conn appointed psychiatrist
in Dade County Conns, will be the
featured speaker at a meeting of
the South Dade Post 778. Jewish
War Veterans. Members will be
ioined- by their ladies and other
guests at the meeting at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the Adult Education
Room of Temple Beth Am. 5950
SW 88th St.
I)r Mutter, a member of the Na-
tional Board of Medical Examin-
ers, also works in geriatrics at the
Jewish Home for the Aged.

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Rabbi Armon Is
Appointed By
Hebrew Academy
R;)bN*IneU.'-Arnion. Hebrew
Bctiolai educator and linguist, has
been ppointed instructor of He-
Ibrew ratine anil Jewish history
at the Hebrew
Academj. Rab-
bi Alexander S.
Gross, princl
pal announced
this week
Rabbi Armon
will take charge
of the Modern
Hebrew Studies
Department in
the Olga and
Margaret Weis-
haus High
lie will also be
the Mesivta
Rah- Armon
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>< Hebrew
luis
in
lerwitzer High School.
A i ve ol Poland, Kabbi Ar-
mm ..rated to l-iael in 1950.
He educated m the Haifa Ve
i\ High School and then studied
Bai llan University where he
Jorec" in psychology and Ens
literature, He received his
[bbin.t ordination from Chief
bhi S Frankel of Kfar Ono. for-
rly Krakow
Now,
prune
liken
are becoming
prune
lovers...
U.S. Agency Backs
Claim By Employee
WASHINGTON (JTA) A tele
plronf receptionist fired became
she wanted to observe Orthodox
Jewish ritual on Friday evenings
has been awarded $800 compensa-
tion and otlered job reinstatement
following action by the U.S. Equal
Employment Opportunity Commis-
sion. The woman's name and the
identity oi her employer were not
disclosed because of Federal law
governing operation of the com-
mission.
The woman claimed she was
t red because she left work on a
Friday afternoon to reach home
in time to observe the Sabbath.
The employer contended thai other
Jews employed by the same com-
pany made no such request for
early dismissal and that she was
disrupting work bj creating a Jew-
ish issue,
An investigation by the commis-
sion disclosed that the complain-
ant bad offered to make up the
lost time by working on vacation
and lunch hour periods. The com-
mission found that there was "no
showing that accommodation to
the reasonable religious needs oi
the charging party would have re-
sulted in undue hardship on the
conduct of the respondent's busi-
: ness."
The telephone receptionist ac-
cepted the cash compensation but
declined reinstatement because
she was now employed elsewhere.
REAWTORAT
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PITTED
PRUNES
JWV Post, Auxiliary
Sponsoring Cord Party
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary 330 are sponsoring a card
party at 7:30 p.m Wednesday. Oct.
30. at the Washington Federal
Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.. with
proceeds to be used for rehabilita-
tion of hospitalized veterans.
JWV Auxiliary 330 will meet at
the American Legion Hall. 1828
Alton Rd.. .Miami Beach, on Thurs-
day, Oct 17.
Mrs. Benjamin Rnchwarg is res-
' ervations chairman.
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and...oo...oo...you've made
a pizza that's just as good as
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New officers of Sky Lake Synaqoque (from
left): Norman Kadan, Gabai; Edwin Tunick,
financial secretary; Norman Lieberman,
recordinq secretary; Ralph Deutsch, hono-
rary president- Abe Panzer (front), presi-
dent; William Sieqel, vice president; Rabbi
Jonah Caplun (front' spiritual leader: Leo
Nelson, treasurer; I. Al Spector, associate
treasurer and Alois Levinq, honorary treasur-
er.
Israel Will Cut Spending In Effort To Halt Inflation
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel will
put a brake on government spend
in;; in order to forestall inflation.
A ministerial committee on eco-
nomic affairs has decided to freeze
or slow down a variety ol develop-
ment projects because of manpow-
er shortages and the fear that gov-
ernment spending might lead to an
increase in the prices of goods and
services.
Most development projects, ex-
cept those considered vital, will be
postponed until the end of the cur-
rent fiscal year next March Pay-
ments for work already contracted
will be made in promissory notes
instead ol cash so far as is feasible, least S35 .million in the current
The move was expected to save at fiscal year
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Israel Prepares For
Invasion Of Locusts
EL AVIV iJTA Israel has
-i alerted for an invasion, ex
:ed toward the end of-October.
is preparing to repel it or at
least minimize its effects. The en-
emy is the locust, a plague that
tea from Biblical times, and Is-
rwl*l weapons are a large supply
nsecticide and airplanes espe-
> equipped to spray them.
Tie alert was sounded in reports
n anti-locust research centers
London. Europe and .Africa.
which indicate the worst infesta-
11 i of locusts in 16 years is now
..-.catening the Red Sea and Mid
dk Eastern countries. Swarm.-
( already reached some parts
oi the Sudan and Saudi Arabia.
They are expected to hit Israeli
territory late this month, mainly
tht southern regions.
The presence of Israeli forces
Sinai will provide advance
anting. Entomologists attribute
the locust plague this year to
avy rams on the Arab.a:: Penin-
- a which let the insects thrive
multiply.
SUCCOHS FLOWN TO
REMOTE OUTPOSTS .
TEL AVIV An Israeli
Army helicopter delivered
Iwrtatcoha on the slopes of
-now capped 1ft. Hermon in
the Golan Heights The sue-
cohs. which were aembled
by troops manning the de-
marcation line in time for
this weeks Succot holiday,
were supplied by the Israel
Army Chaplaincy Corps,
which provided similar units
Us bases and camps through-
out Israel.
Maurice Young, first president
: the Poetrv Awards Found tr-
io:-, was presented a p'.acue by
the Foundation 'i'n recognition
of his many valiant humani
tarian efforts." The cresenta-
'ion was made at Mt. Sinai
Hospital where Mr. Youna is a
State Theatre:*
To Cooperate
In Film Rating
r>da State Theatre; this week
ted a policy of full coopera-
and compliance with the vol-
. Diary self-imposed film rating
- -em for motion pictures adopted
-.-. Motion Picture Association
America and the National Asso-
00 of Theatre Owners.
With the adoption of the vo'.un-
tarj rating system. Florida State
T.'c-atres will fulfill an important
responsibility to parents in the
t -r.munity by providing them
guidance as to the suitability of
tain f.'.ms for young audiences.
The new rating system has the
rsement of virtually all mem-
S of the exhibition, distribution
duct'.on areas of the mo-
n picture industry both foreign
lomettk. although -he national
ijrsten will apply on:;- I
-i films releai NOv. 1
7 ..:.; g the next few n
F State 1
l supply i the pres
public
- films
.
Miami Airmen's
Unit Honored
Two Greater Miami servicemen
Stationed at Hicham Air Force
Base in Hawaii have helped their
outfit wm the U S. Air Force Out-
ng Unit Award. Sergeant
Laurence L Gerson. son of Mr. and
Mrs Ira Gerson. 1530 NW 180th
Ter.. a communications specialist.
and Airman 1 C Bruce R Trow,
son of Mr ir.i Mrs Arthur Tro.
1461 NE 169th St.. North Miami
Beach, are both serving with the
1957th Communications Group.
Their unit was cited for excep-
tional meritorious service from
January. 1966 tc January. 1968
Sft Gerson is a graduate of Mi-
ami N"orland Senior High School,
and attended Miami-Dade Junior
College and the University of Ha-
waii. Airman Trow is a graduate
of Long Beach. NY. High School
British Firm Rejects
Anti-Jewish Contract
LONDON (JTAl A B
company ha> rejected a five-figure
Syrian contract because it contain
ed an anti-Jewish clause. th< 1.
nancial Times reported this
T:ie company, which trades
both Israel ar.i tht AM i stati -
quested that its identity
. sed. The offending da
- pulated that the contract would
become null ar.d void if its exi
; on was dependc:
--direct or indirect i ''"
Israel ... or ot
.-or.-, especiallj Jewish D: A..
Lerner. chairman of the Angl
Israeli Chamber ot Commerce
i it nas the first pr .-- i
Jews rather tha' against Zi i
ists" that he ha>i -- in an Arab
trade document.
Participating in ceremonies marking the proclamation y_
. c-K .t i-i-uC 1
Liiu.it nail icente:
Arnold Rosenbleth iright, chairman of the National Phsr-
macy Week observc.ice of the Flcrida Pharmaceutical
Association and Ben Saks president of the Southe
Florida Phaixnac .:..... Association.__________________
Serve your family the finest!
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DELICIOUS SOUPS
Gerstein Will Be Speaker
At Beth Am Breakfast
State Attorney Richard F
stein will be the featured speaker
.-.: Temple Beth Ana's Con
tional breakfast at 10 a m S
Oct. 20. at the Temple ace
to Herbert L Dubbin pre>..ier.: of
Beth Am Brotherhood.
Chicken soups
Beef soups
Pareve soups
SHic*en I C BEEF .
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P'Oduced uno*' Strict R3bb aiesl supe'isicn Certibcatt M :cQ*>est
SIMCHAS
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It's a visit to the \Y
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underground is believed to date from
the original structure built by Sol imon.
For Jewish people to corr-.e i .
again Li freedom is indeed a ;.::.
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B'nai B nth
Women Seek
New Members
Two B'nai B'rith Women char>
s are launching membership
. es wift special events.
Sunshine Chapter will hold a
mem I erst :> tea ..' the home ol
Mrs Leon Keller, 17'i.io NE 19th
e., North M ami Beach, u\ 1 p.m
sday, Oct. 17.
v program outlining tin- work
( :" the B'nai E'i ;"h has be en plan-
jc \ :iv Mrs Keller, membership
vice president, assisted by Mrs.
Arnold Rothenberg, cochairman;
Mrs Morns Wilson, Mrs. Jack
- :i Mrs. Morris Bernstein is
Sunshine Chapter president
*
Lincoln Chapter. B'nai B'rith.
will have a membership luncheon
81 12:30 pm. Wednesday at the
en Hotel.
At a general meeting at 1 p.m.
edneSday, Oct. 2C. at 100 Lincoln
Rd., a review of the book. ""Hope
~- My Home" will be given by
Sophie Primak.
CAKIII Honors
!ls President
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will hold its
annual President's Co'fee to honor
its president, Mrs. Allen Ab?!on.
and new members at 10 a.m. Tues-
day ai the h"me of Mrs. Ernest
Harris, 6430 Montgomery Dr.
Mrs Robert ("cere, chairman of
the flay, has invited both old and
nctt members for a special pro-
gram. "Expressly Yours."
Orientation for new members
will lie directed by Mrs. Harris.
assisted by Mrs. Abelson. Mrs. Ju-
lius Seidner, coordinating vice
pres'dent, Mrs. Sol Brown, mem-
bership vice president: Mrs. Sidney
Harris, ways and means vice pres-
ident; and Mrs. Sam Greenfeder.
programming vice president.
Rabbi Raab Will Speak
At Hcdassah Group Meet
Habbi David Raab of Temple
I -ii Raphael will be guest speak-
t .it the regular meeting cf the
] R. Goodman Business and Pro-
iesslonal Group of Hadassah at 8
I m Wednesday in the Miami
i eacb Savings Bank. Washington
. :ut Eighth St.
'red on the program w'll be
orts on American and Zionist
irs by Bertha Zolum. a".d on
national Hadassah conventson
group president Evelyn Decky,
i was a delegate.
Ten and 25-year membership
ards will be presented.
Card Party to Benefit
Hospitalized Veterans
A card partv for the benefit of
hospitalized veterans and their
families is planned by the 52 Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami at 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Seville Hotel.
Mrs. Rose Spiegel and Mrs. Phil-
lip are in charge of tickets.
Providing entertainment for hos-
pitalized veterans and welfare as-
sistance for their families is the
sole goai of the 52 Association.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
To See Medicare Film
A film on Medicare will be pre-
sented by Charles Monson. field
representative of the Department
of Health, Education and Welfare,
at the regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Raphael at
8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at the
temple.
Mrs llyman Berger will preside.
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Imported Swiss Chooso 19c quarter Ik.
Plan: for the premiere showinq on Nov. 12
at the Linco*n Theater of the new Julie An-
drews move "The Sar." wore discussed bv
the Island V>?w Hos-oital Women's Commit-
tee at a recent mestinq. Amonq those
tak "'
i" t1!-.
mPti-q were, from left:
(fiont iow Mre. Frrnces Linn, Mrs. Hare'.
Groacfi and Mrs. Irvinq Rubin; 'back row
Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs. Henry Gewitz, Mrs
Jo-errh Block. Mrs. S'eohen Cooen, Mr-
Lilian Blasberq and Mr?. Murrey Goodmc.
Art Exhibit Preview Set
At 3etS Sholottl Gallery
Priz" winning drawings, sculp-
ture anil paintings, the work of
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Miami Beach, al a preview cock-
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Sunday. Oct. 20.
The exhibition <>. Mrs. Brodv's
work v.ill continue through Nov. 10.
according to Mrs. David Drucker,
Beth Sholom \s Art Committee
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By V
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U'bra
Southern Bell Telephone Announces
New Posts For McKinney, Crittenden
Rebecca Kurti
At the 8:15 p.m. services Friday.
Oct. 11. Rebecca Ann. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Alex Kurtz. 1840 SW
B7th Ct., will become Ba* Milzval)
at Temple Or Olom.
A seventh grade student at Rock-
way Junior Hijjh School where she
plays flute in the school band. Re-
becca is a member oi the Children >
Choir at Temple Or Olom.
Mr and Mrs. Kurtz will host the
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ices and a partj honoring the cele-
brant will be held at her home
Saturday night
Lonnie Lerner
Lonnie. son of Mr. and Mrs Wil-
liam Lerner of North Miami Beach.
will observe his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
la) morning. Oct. 12. at Beth
Syl
Lonnit hi attending the
Hi Id W Ik Ri liii ous School an I
a member ol the Con-
i| 1969.
Paul LeVine
.. in of Mr and Mrs.
" \ Le Vine, will become Bar
v -.- ah Sal ii la> Oct. 12. at
u-El.
ttends Id M. Fisher Jui
jh School and plays clarinet.
I s and drums.
s grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Harvey Tendler will attend
i \ ent.
The ci lebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday- at the Seville
David Milov
On Saturday. Oct. 12. David, son
: and Mrs Gerald Milov. 4018
SW 125th Ave.. will he called to the
Tor^'i at Temple Or Olom. when he
v:!l become Bar Mitzvah at the
F 30 .i.m services
David, who recently recovered
f- m a serious automobile accident,
i- an ei-luh grade student at Ri-
v i ra Junior High School where he
plays percussion instruments in the
school band
Mr and Mrs Milov will host
the Kiddush Saturday morning fol-
ding the services and a recep-
1 on will be held at home in his
t inor
Amon. the iiuos:< w ill be Da-
vid's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Mihn ol Asburj Park, N.J.
Leonard Pearlman
Leonard, *n of Mr. and Mr-.
The grow ing importance of South
Florida is reflected in changes in
the organization of Southern Bell
Telephone Co.
Lawrence B. Sheffey. the com-
pany's vice president for South
Florida, announces the crealion of
a new ofiicethat of general man-
ager-for the seven county South public. Sheffey said -Were doing
Florida area. because we feel it willlaciH-
r-----v
University of Alabama .md
in the Nij uu:i v. end \\ ||
He began his telephone career |g
Jacksonville in 1951. and sinci
hen has advanced through num.
dent lor personnel at company uer of positions in the plan" p,.,.
requirements that the growth en- sonnel. commercial and marketing
sumed his present position in April departments in Florida. Pr
i,l i(67 handling the convention pi
!l -new job will plate McKinney ions Crittenden. then division man
at the heiin of an operation served keting manager, was the telephone
by nearly 'en thousand employees
in making his company's plans
doing
Paul LeVine
Named to fill the new post was
E. B. McKinney He is currently
the general plant manager for the
utility in this area.
The new general manager as-
sumes the mantle ol responsibility
for all operational departments of
late our effort to give the best pos-
company's key liaison man i linio.
istering the complex communica-
tions needs ol the National
nautics and Space Admim-:
at Patrick Air Fence Base. ( gn.
sible service to the people in this Kennedy and the Kenned) -
area Sheffej wenl <>n to Center.
with a luncheon following the Bar
Mitzvah ceremony. Helping him
celebrate will be his paternal
grandmother. Mrs. Ruth Mitchell,
and .his maternal grandmother
Mrs Mary Gulko, both local resi-
dents.
Alan Schwartiman
Alan. >on of Mr. and Mr- Mar-
vin Schwartzman. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 12.
at Beth Torah Synagogue.
has been attending the
Harold Hoik Relis. hool and
a ill become a member "t the Con-
... ma : n cli -- >>t 1969.
Frada Swerdlin
Frada Debra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwar I Swerdlin, will be-
come Bas Mitzvah Saturday, Oct
12. a; tiie !> a.m. services at Beth
Da\ id < ion.
A student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High School, where she is
on the Honor Roll. Frada has at-
tended the Beth David Religious
School for >ix years.
She will be honored at a recep-
tion and luncheon at Spector Hall,
following the services, and a Teen
party is planned later at the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel.
Among the guests will be her
grandparents. Sidney Rosenstock
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin.
I. E. CRITTtNDtH B. McKinney
Southern Bell from tiai Inlet
to Key West u its -
office, installation, n ;>-::'. market-
ing and traffic functions.
McKinney. a nativi ol Tenni -
see. began hi- telephone areer in
Nashville, in 1937. Duri
War ll. he was a civilian employee
oi the Navv Department and serv-
ed in the Pacific Theater ol opera
lion-, lie fir-: came to !: rida in
1951. as West Palm Beach. The intervening
years carried him through poi
lions of increasing responsibility in
Florida and Georgia, includin. an
assignment a- assistant vice presi-
vital
say that the explosive growth rate
in' South Florida makes it neces-
sary for the company to keep its
organizational structure flexible so
that it can meet the ever-changing
requirements than the growth en
tails
When asked what the growth is
in terms of numbers. Sheffey an-
swered. "When il was created as
an area [the equivalent of a state
ion i in April. 1967 there
wen l 2 million telephones here
Bj the ei : I this year that figure
will have grown to more than 14
million And. in th< next five or
six j, irs wi expi ct to be
, ... to the 2 million mark To
handle this growth."
the i xecutive a Ided, we plan to
iu! >. '
next >
-.' tching
'
vIcK isG
: vill be I. E Cril
. present I j .....
\ ice presidenl ll.' recentlj
leted a special project as
head of the company's massive
:..-k force w hich planni I a
stalled the communications
ties for the recent Republican Na-
tional Convention at Miami Beach
A native of Florence. A'.a Mr
Crittenden a- gra luated from tin-
Mr Crittenden will mam-,
office in Miami and will dir
nstallation and repair functi
the seveg county South F
a rea.
I BET YOU
DIDN'T KNOW
By FRED SANDIER
A
Wilno Sausage Co.
Has New Almanac
The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
has just issued a new Luach He-
brew Almanaci for the new year.
5729 (198849).
A pocket-size publication, the
Luach contains the entire calendar
for the coming year in Knglish and
ing times for the Eastern, Central
rvin Pearlman. 447 Majorca. Hebrew an.I features candle-light-
c ral Gables, will become Bar md Western time /one- [adjusted
' tzvah at Temple Judea at 11:15 tor daylight-saving nine'.
. Sal -i \. Ocl 12
An eighth grade student at
!.. -ii School. wh(
I in 'he science club.
. Patrol Leader of Boy
S i Troop No w. He graduated
1 lebrew S
t! past Ma> and "ill continue his
will honor him
It also includes all the hoi
fast days, permissible wedding
important prayers in Ei
and Hebrew and ihe Ami
Isi cli nation.
'i... aln aila el
ers oi The Jewish Ploridian with-
i'.it chai .: >_: Luach. P 0
2'its. Miami Fla 3? 101.
Among the quests u: the banquet of the recsnt convention
in Miami Beach of the Florida Stale GrouD; National Associa-
tion of Bank Women, weie ircm ef! : Mrs Claude P=p:>ei
Rep. Pepper, Mrs. Mrs. Lillian Chasin, vice president of
the Peoples American National Bank, North Miami, and
Harold N. Graves ct Washinatrn DC.
Invite Political Candidates
\ in 'ill.,:.-- for political i
in Miami Beach have been il
to attend the regular meeting ol
S nior Citizens \-- -. i tion at
:n Tuesdav at '' I i
Sa vii \ -
I js4 \\..- ngtoi
Do you know which man h3Ids
the record lor being a head
coach in football lor the -sst
seasons? The record Is
held by Amos Alonio Stagg,
who was a cooch for 57 y>crs
oi Springfield College, the Uni-
versity oi Chicago and Cc egt
of Pacific.
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Con you guess who is the only
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make the oficiol All Anv-ico
football team as both a line-
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unusual record is held by Bron-
ko Nogurski ... He was picked
as an Ail-American at tackl- and
also at fullback when h' p'ov
ed for Minnesota in the lote
1920s.
I
Oddly enough, here's 0 football I
question that locks co< *> ,
'The Chosen' Reviewed
The hook. "The Chosen" was to
have been r< i iewed al 11 30 a.m.
Thursdaj at t'n.
the V. I 1 ,i; 1 \ij.
ami Beach Afternoon Chapter at
the Algiers ll t<
A r ossed cover foi
the Ark of Ihe ct'vate svnc |
a^q>e at the Ritz-I'laza Hotel 1
was presented bv Robert Jacobs '
own=r of the An Nell and Bel
vedeie Hotels to William G. ,
Mechanic, lessee of the Ritz (
Plaza commemoiatinq the 45- |
vpr-- ftipnrtehjn nf the two men. I
Michel Sur.on l the star of the film "Two of Us," which
will be premiered for the benefit of the American Jewish
Ccncress ct Wometco's Carib Theatre at 8:30 p.m. Tues-
dcy.
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Friday, October 11. 1968
^Jtmisti fhrkMam
Paae 7-B

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FIRST YOU DIAL THE AREA CODE
Al'.v;' daughter (.1 Ben mid Qert Samuels
ill from Houston, Tex. The "he"
'" b 1 hone. The nexl daj
Jei me Bernstein and his mother. Mrs. Arthur
flew to Miami Beach to escort Arlyn
rexas so she could be introduced to the
di n< 1 ( alls were quicklj
-" : sryone here to .1 c icktail buffet
home on Alton Road to 1
1 mother before tin 5 ilew back to
Texas the next day. Arlyn's Aunt Yetta (Mrs
!i: idie) rushed around like mad attending
lo 1 minute details and tying up loose ends.
ng the friends there were Mr. and Mrs,
VI chael Mersel. Dr and Mr-. Norman Russ, Mr
Mrs v Podvin, Mrs Sarah Frishman, Mr.
Mrs Max Brodie, Mr and Mrs. Joe Hoffman.
Mr and. Mrs Ben Grcnalds, Mr. and Mrs Meyei
Dun, Dr. and Mrs Max Gratz, and Dr. and Mrs
\ ander Libow A Nm i wedding i> being
plat nt'il at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
THAT DEL RUBIN'!
:)cl 1 Mrs Raymond) Rubin, who is a real
got rmet cook, did something the other day that
shi had been wanting to do for a long time she
invited four of her friends and their mothers for
lunch. They were Mrs. Al Green and her mother.
Mrs. Rose Weber; Mrs. Myron Behrman and her
mother. Mrs Elizabeth Nunes; Mrs Myron Cowan
and her mother. Mrs. Donald Lavigne.
Dels house, completely done over since the
last hurricane flooded it. his loads of new con
\-ntion piece treasures The whole luncheon
was spectacular from the lirst moment when the
mothers were made to feel that they were the
most importanttheir daughters were there be-
cause of them. The lace appliques on the coffee
muss matched the frilly black tablecloth and the
lood was different and dreamy. Dessert was
virtual flower pots, with a fresh daisy set in
lightly browned meringue. But it was not just, a
plain flower 001 or ice creamat the bottom was
a peach melba. home cooked, of course, and Del
had made the melba .sauce with fresh raspberries.
Yes, I know I only mentioned three friends
and their mothers, You have ,0 guess who
0 her two guests were,
WfcAR A COSTUME AND
LfcT YOUR PHILOSOPHY SHOW
Hippies were Hie theme 01 the party at the
Adler pad. Hosts Arthur and Belle JurkowiU an,I
Buadj and Marilyn Adlei laughed the whole time
spenl ai Hi., d 1 ting theii
I I C istumes could be rj hul not
slogans 'ih' music was loud and wow! Hie lox
,-.:: were in a laundry basket.
Among Hu- guests were Mr. and Mr- Elliol
Kaplan. (Marcie was "Flour Power" in a dies- (>f
Hour sacks., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Raab (Sharon
was a tlower, her body Hie stem, her aims the
leaves .mo her head a daisy) Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chait. Mr and Mrs Hob
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs, Mark Holzberg, Mr. and
Mis. Da\id Blauner, Dr. and Mrs Irwin Rom-.
Mr, and Mis. I.ee Acionson and Mr. and Mis
Harold Dorlman. The hit of the evening was
when two authentic looking hippies, Stan and
.Naomi Lewin, came in each carrying a naked
love flower. The babies were their own twin sons
who. after their dramatic entrance, were quickly
whisked away.
A BACHELOR HAS A PARTY
Nat Rat in 1 has a perfect bachelor house a
most interesting place on Palm Island. First there
is a swimming pool, then you cross a little bridge
into the house proper. At his cocktail party the
guests took turns helping at the barbeque and
swinging in the hammocks. Marty Woolin and
Margaret Boyston played the guitar. Lisa Eddy
sang. Earl Rifas brought his ilancee, who has
since become his wife, and other guests included
Mr. and Mrs. .lay Cnstol, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Arabia. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ciment, Mr. and
Mrs. Florian Compton. Ben Giller and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Bauer
Frances Lehman
HIM.,1......WMtMMHMIMh
Quality Is Keynote At Fontainebleau
"There is no substitute tor qual-
Ity and service' says Jimmy De
Nicola, banquet manager of the
I ontainebleau Hotel, the outstand-
ing catering facilities of which
have received wide recognition.
Since its opening, the Fontaine-
bleau has catered some 6.4(10 spe-
1 a I parties, ranging from an 18-
( lurse gourmet dinner lor a part)
ol twelve, to a Presidential dinner
for 5.000.
An outstanding feature is the
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Kosher catering, completely super-
vised according to established tra-
ctions. To date, more than 1.600
marriages have been solemnized
at the Fontainebleau. as well as
countless Bar Mitzvahs. anniver-
sary dinners, birthday parties and
other happy events.
"Our approach is always along
practical and sensible lines." Mr.
DeXicola declared The only pol-
icy that has ever been set by Ben
Novack, owner of the Fontaine
bleau, is that we take pride of
craft, and that we deliver our serv-
ice ami retresnments in the tradi
tion of Fontainebleau. which has
always been identified with superb
LABRADOR PUPS
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quality."
Today, the Fontainebleau has 28
different rooms available for pub-
lic parties ranging from the ex-
quisite Champagne Room adjoin-
ing Club Gigi. to the spectacular
Grand Ballroom.
One of the outstanding kitchen
staffs of America has won the Hol-
iday Award lor their efforts and
separate kitchens have been con-
structed so that each social event
is given prompt service, regard-
less of other functions in the hotel.
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Ijonely hunter
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Hor-% Scoit Ackerman, assistant
ndminis'rator cf Parkway
General Hcsoital, North Mi-7m
each, has br?n a Imitted as c
..... norni"00 to ih' AmpricTi-
Colleqe of Hospital Adminb
rc;ors.
Lodge President To Tell
Of Iron Curtain Visit
Malcolm From berg, president ol
Miami Beach B'nai Brith I.oil ;e,
who has just returned from a visit
to Russia and nearby Communist
countries, will tell about his expe-
riences in a talk "A Peek Behind
the lion Curtain" at the Lodge's
first monthly evening meet'ng at
,8 p.m. Wednesday at the Di Lido
Hotel.
To Fete Paicl-l p
Membership
\ "Paid up Membership'1 supp< r
- planned bj Temple Or Olom at
7 p.m Thursday Oct 24. in
auditorium, according 1 1
Mr-. Gerald Sch 1 1 Sisti rhoo I
. hip
ol c\ CM!! I offei I I
Sistei
Ihe foil i\ nev -.-
Mr- Louis Cl
Richai Cl 1 ;
Ion, Mr- Ilei bert Finki
l ai les Estern an, Vfrs Paul 1!
hagen, Mrs liwin 1 Ireenman, '.
51 arl Graff, Mrs. Hubert Hen
Mrs. Sam Neve Mrs Leoi
Sussman, Mrs Ti plitz, Mrs 1
. Valkov. itz, Mi 5 Harrj \..
witz. and M: Edward Wi
Miami Author Lectures
At Brandeis University
Seymour B. Lit bman. historian,
author land Jewish Floridlan col-
umnist), will lecture before I
student body of Brandeis Univet
-i'\ Thursday. Oct. 17. on Th
Spanish Inquisition in Mexico an I
be Jew -
Mr Liebman's hook. 'The En
tightened," published last year by
ihe University of Miami Press, has
been adopted as a texl in the De
,iartment of Latin American Stud
les at Brandeis
CHASM WEIZMANN
BRANCH OF FARBAND
L. Z. O.
OFFICERS and MEMBERS
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND
PEOPLE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A PEACEFUL, HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
College of Jewish Studies
OF THE
Bureau cf Jewish Education
(A MEMBER AGENCY OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
ANNOUNCES ITS COURSES FOR 196869
(Two Semesters)
HEBREW:
JEWISH HISTORY:
BIBLE:
Prayer Book, Conversational, intensive
Ulpan
The Nazi Holocaust; Twentieth Century
Jewry
The Wisdom Books Proverbs, Job, Ec-
clesiastes Basic Judaism Current Jewish
Thought American Judaism Methods
of Teaching in the Jewish School Lesson
Planning.
HEBREW DEPARTMENT: Job; Modern Hebrew Literature; Tal-
mud, Deuteronomy.
Sessions will Im' held at three
convenient locations:
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables -
'phone 667-5657; begins October 22nd
(Tuesday eveningsl
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION 1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.,
N. Miami Beach 'phone 949-2481 begins
October 24th, (Thursday evenings).
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION 940 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach 'phone 531-0403 begins October 16,
25th (Wednesday mornings and Friday
mornings and afternoons).
FACULTY: Outstanding Rabbis, educators, and scholars of the
community.
FEES: $5.00 per semester.
WITH THE COOPERATION OF THE SOUTH-SOUTHWEST,
NORTH DADE, and MIAMI BEACH CONGREGATIONS.
Courses open to adults; Pre-school, Sunday School, Hebrew
school teachers; college students
SPECIAL PRFP ("Prozdor") department for junior and senior
high school students, youth leaders, offering "Jewish View of
I nvc and Marriage"
REGISTER TODAY!


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Friday, October 11. 195-
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When is a matron a "young" matron? The answer is
short, sued and to the pointwhen she is under 35.
Tnp vo.mg n'j<"-on of the week :s Ellie (given name
Eleanor) wife of Ronald Ager, who
was born in Brooklyn. Like most
little girls, she took piano and
dramatic lessons. But what she en-
joyed most was earn ping she
went every summer and soon be-
came an old hand at it. When she
was 16 she took a Teen Tour out
West. For six weeks, just trains
and more trains no jets were
available then'
After Ellie's folks moved to
Miami, she entered the University
of Miami, where she was a Phi
HUE Sigma Sigma soror and an active
one. While she was attending I'M. she met Ron, and they
married before she had finished schoolbut she later went
back for a year and got her diploma.
Like all Jewish mothers, Ellie tends to overprotect her
three children. Kathie, Mona and Johnny, and says at this
point she is more of a chauffeur for the kids than anything
else. The Aeers want their children to learn to express
themselves: they want them to be on their own, but with
modifications, feeling that the children of today are reach-
ing out for freedom and as a rule are getting too much of
it. They don't want that to happen to their brood. But each
ch'lH was allowed to choose their furniture, wall paper, etc.
for their own rooms in the brand-new house the Agers have
just moved into. Even seven-year-old Johnny made his
ideas known, studying a color or fabric and saying firmly,
"That's not what I have in mind." He didn't want shutters.
What he did have in mind will be a bit difficult to find.
We wish Ellie luck in her search for curtains that when
open make an American flag!
They all like to go boating, fishing and swimmingin
fact the family has had reservations to go to the Keys a
dozen times, but something has always interfered. The girls
go to camp, like their mother did. When Johnny felt he
was being discriminated against, he was allowed to go on
a trip with his parents, who felt he should wait a little
longer before taking up camping.
Ever since their first child entered school. Ellie has
been active in PTA. This year she is president of the Leroy
Fienberg Elementary School PTA. Their first board meet-
ing has already been held and another is coming up. The
new president says it is great to work with such a wonder-
ful group of women. The feeling is mutual and each one
doe.- his -hare, the board members say. She also is on the
board oi Temole Emami-El Sisterhood and the board of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Island View Hospital
Her once a year mah jongg game hardly classifies her
as a good player, even though she took lesons as a bride,
but she and her husband play a little bridge. Ellie likes to
entertain small groups at home whore she can do the cook-
ing herself Cooking is one of her hobbies, and Italian food
is her specialty. When Papa Ager built their house, he put
all kinds of convenient gadgets in ita barbeque in the
kitchen, a built-in toaster, a self-cleaning oven, and a
built-in vacuum cleaner, among other things The first
time Ellie made an apple pie in the new oven, it boiled
over. But when morning came, the oven had done its work
and all Ellie had to do was wipe up a trace of ash. They
had a lot of fun building the houseit was even fun plan-
ning it. There was only one thing Ellie absolutely insisted
on. and of course it wasn't hard to get Ron to agree to a
really BIG clothes closet. She got it, too. It's the biggest
I've ever seen.

Couple Married
In California
Deborah Sue Steinberg and Har-
ve\ Solomon Kobrin were married
Sunday, Oct. 6. in the Northndge.
Calif home of the brides cousins.
Mr and Mrs Howard W. Price. A
reception followed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Charlotte Steinberg. 7904 West Dr..
Miami Beach, and the late Robert
Wcinstein. She is a graduate of
Miami Norland Senior High Schoo
and attended Florida State I Di-
versity.
The bridegroom, son of Isaac
Kobrin of Chicago and Long Beach,
N V and the late Mrs. Rene Ko
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Beach.
The bride, whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Salzman. 7945
SW 13th St.. graduated from Coral
Park High School and attended the
University of Florida. She plans to
continue her education at UCLA
in California.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Sherman. 1931 SW 36th
Ave., was graduated from Miami
High School and received his de-
gree in Mathematics from the Uni-
versity of Florida. He is a member
of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.
The couple will live in Los An-
geles, where Mr. Sherman is teach-
ing mathematics.
urns. KAwrn robrin
brin, is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Illinois, College of Phar-
macy. Class of 1959.
The bride was given in marriage
by her cousin, Howard Price. The
bridegroom's brother. Dr. Henry
Kobrin. served as best man
After a wedding trip to Palm
1 Springs. Calif., the couple will re-
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Marsha Hart is
October Bride
Marsha Hart and Mich.
Kane were united in marriage Sa'
urday. Oct. 5. at the Algiers Hole
The bride, the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Hy Hart. 2085 NE !-
Dr.. Nor'h Miami Beach, was grad
uated from Miami Norland Set
High School.
Her husband is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Richard Kane. 17980 NE
Ninth PI.. North Miami Beach, an!
attended Miami-Dade Junior Co
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Norland Senior High School.
After a wedding trip to Puen
Rico, the couple will live in Nor-1
Miami Beach.
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sponsored Me Yom Kippur night
dance and buffet supper that was
held in th< Temple's Social Hall.
Several hundred members and
their guests enjoyed the hospital-
ity of the Brotherhood, members
of which r,ad prepared the food,
arranged for the band, and sup-
plied the entertainment.
The A!fin Kesslers were seen
on the dance floor, and Mrs.
Kessler cho^e a black scooped
neck dress accented with rhine-
stone buttons. Mrs. Eli King was
in white embossed silk organza
with jet buttons on the double-
breasted bodice and black velvet
trimming her three^uarter length
sleeves.
Mrs. Herbert Silver's silver and
white silk brocade cocktail en- |
semble had a cowl neckline which |
was softly fitted over the smooth ;
neckline of her jacket. Mrs. Roger!
Dauer's beige crushed velvet I
sheath was cut in the classic lines
>f simplicity. Mrs. Sidney Klein's
beige cocktail dress featured a
decollete neckline.
Brown satin, accented with
white at the neckline, was the
choice of Mrs. Joseph Redstone.
Mrs. Morris Perch wore a white
silk crepe .vUh a touch of black
leather encircling the waist. Mrs.
Bernard Goodman's silk print
was in multi-colored jewel tones.
An aqua silk "faille with a high
jewel neckline was selected by
Mrs. Ernie Harris. Mrs. Ralph
Leidner^ choice was a silk and
wool blend in a black cocktail
style. Platinum silk, with a de-
colette ruffled neckline, was
worn by Mrs. Allen Abcl.son.
Mrs. Jerry Klugerman's white
silk featured a crystal jewel em-
broidered bib in a geometric mo-
t;: Mrs. Anshel Rackoffs grey
and white dress had the martin-
Bale back detail. Mrs Maxwell
Dauer m,. crepe. T.'.i fabric was sprinkled
with silvt: lame embroidery.
Mrs S. Von Zamft chose co-
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Mrs. Murray Turetsky.
Mrs George Malin. whose hus-
band is president of the congre-
gation, selected a black silk gab-
ardine accented with a large
rhinestone buckle. Mrs. Marshall
Peuer was in a hot pink silk crepe
thatdipped low in back.
Mrs. Stanley Gilberts black
embroidered lace featured a ba-
teau neckline and long bishop
sleeves. Mrs. Bill Baros was in a
white silk brocade embroidered
with crystal banding. Silk wor-
sted in teal blue was the choice
of Mrs. Julian Pearson. Her coat
dress silhouette was closed with
embroidered buttons.
Judith Stum
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Dav;d Stuzin. 3710
Toledo St.. Coral Gables, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Judith Diane, to Barrv Edward
ISklar,
The bride-elect graduated from
the University of Miami School of
Education and is now a manage-
ment trainee with the Bankers
Trust Co. of New York.
The prospective bridegroom, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sklar.
Charlotte, N.C., is a graduate of the
College of Arts and Sciences of the
University of South Carolina, where
be is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity. He has also attended
the College of Law of the Univer-
sity of South Carolina. Currently
employed in Columbia. S.C.. he
will resume his law studies in 1969.
The father of the bride-elect i*
president of Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn. of Miami.
A Jan. 18. 1969 wedding is being
planned.
Ft Pardn Siuili,
MISS JUDITH STUZIN
Sisterhood Meet
Will Feature
Women In Politics
Democratic State Committee-
woman Mrs. Malvin Englander and
her Republican counterpart, Mrs.
Paul O'Neill will speak at a spe-
cial pre-election meeting of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth
Torah Congregation at 8 p.m. on
Wednesday in the Social Hall.
Candidates for public office will
be present and a question-and-
answer period will follow the
speakers.
Mrs. Joel M. Gottehrer is Social
Action chairman and Mrs. Matthew
G. Ettinger is Sisterhood presi-
dent.
Helen Berger
Is Engaged To
Harold Cypress
The engagement of Helen Mar-
jorie Berger to Harold Louis Cy-
press has been announced by her
mother, Mrs. Ann G. Berger. 7501
E. Treasure Dr.. Miami Beach.
The wedding is planned for July
27. 1969.
The bride elect's father was the
late Fred Berger. Her fiance is
the son of Mrs. Beulah Cypress,
7221 SW 13th St.. and the late David
Cypress.
Menorah Sisterhood Plans
Card Party, Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Temple Me-
norah will hold its first luncheon
and card party of the season at
noon Tuesday, Oct. 22. in the temple
social hall, 75th St. and Carlyle
Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs Goldie
Ringer is chairman.
As in the past, the donor card
games will be held every Tuesday
at noon.
\eir York Girl
To lie Bride Of
Charles Levy
Mr. and Mrs .lame- Jay Lazar,
White Plains. NY., announce the
rnpagement of their daughter. Joan
Marie, to Charles Emanuel Levy,
son of Mr and Mrs. Theod.i:-
Lew. Miami Beach and Elberon,
N.J.
Miss I.azar graduated from
White Plains High School and the
School of Nursing at the University
>'. Vermont, where she was on th-
Dean's I.i-t and a member of Deltj
Delta Delta sorority. Presently sh-
is studying under a National Health
Institutes sch"larship for her mas
ter's degree in psychiatric nursin*
at the University of Pennsylvania,
Mr. Levy was graduated from
Miami Edison Ili;-h School anil ':.->.
University of Pennsylvania wher-*
he is now a second year studer.t
in the School of Dental Medicin-i.
He is a member of Beta Sigma Rhj
and Alpha Omega fraternities.
A June wedding is planned
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Both Moshe Sisterhood
Will Meet Oct. 15
Beth Moshe Sisterhood will meet
at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Popiel Social
Hall. 13630 West Dixie Hwy.
Mrs. David Rosenfeld will de-
liver the religious message. A pro-
gram on Torah Fund-Matilda
, Scheehter Residence Hall will be
j directed by Chairman Mrs. Jay
Rand.
Hostesses will be the October
and March Circles, Mrs. Yonkel
Chazanow and Mrs. Sidney Schoen.
chairmen.
Phillip Monchek Graduates
As Air Force Technician
Airman Phillip P. Monchek. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Monchek.
1845 Bay Rd Miami Beach, has
graduated from a U.S. Air Force
technical school at l.owry AFB,
Colo.
Trained as a materiel specialist,
he has been assigned to a unit of
the Military Airlift Command at
Travis AFB. Calif.
The airman is a 1967 graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School.
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Sholem Asch novel. "East River."
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11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Tem-
nle's social hall.
Helaine Lepinsky and Blanche
Brass will enact the story for the
I first time in the Miami area.
Mrs. Paul Edlow is in charge of
reservations.
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By ROSALAND S. ZUNSER
I hi' lull cycle (i! Holidays ends with Simchal Torah rejoic-
' Law when Ihe last oi' the weeklj p | ire read
in the synagogue li is Ihe holiday when th omen,
ne I i the women's sectio i (E >- Noshim)
mix n mutual celebi ition All vie tor ;< chance to kiss the Torah
carried in a circlinf procession, rhe meal served is .1 festive one
and includes wine id add .ioy in the occasion.
Dill Pickles
Red Horseradish
MENU
Chopped Eggplant Challah
GefiMe Fish
Chicken Soup with Kasha
Roast Goose with Apples and Orannes
Carrot Tzimmes with Kneidel String Beans
Sponge Cake Wine Tea
CHOPPED EGGPLANT
4 tablopoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon sail
1 4 teaspoon pepper
ROAST GOOSE
10 to 12 lb. oo.se
2 apples, quartered
2 oranges, peeled and
sectioned
'; eup dill or other pickle
2 hard cooked eggs
1 CUD cooked pea*
3 green onions or 'i Spanish
or Bermuda onion
Cut meat in chunks, dice potatoes, carrots and pickle cut
green beans in three, mince onion, add peas and limas, cover
With 3 tablespoons oil and 1 tablespoon wine vinegar and chill
for at least an hour with salt and pepper to taste. When readv
to serve, cover platter with any kind of crisp lettuce, mix above
lishtly. put meat in the center and vegetables around meat, add
mayonnaise il desired, and dice eggs.
VIENNESE CRESCENT COOKIES
'a lb maraarine
'4 lb. almonds, ground
3 tablespoons powdered sugar
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
.v. .^ a|n>'>d* 'th softened margarine and cream to-
gether. Add sugar, vanilla and flour. Form into a ball take
pieces and shape into crcsents', inch thick. Bake at 350 degrees
until lightly browned. While still warm, roll in powdered sugar.
Potato and Carrot Pudding served hot should make a satis-
lying vegetable meal and can be made ready in an hour. Viennese
Chocolate Roll is a perennial favorite in a citv lamous for its
conditorei each specializing in a particular type of pastry
Served with a coffee shlag. it will finish your repast with a flair
provided you do not mind the extra calories.
POTATO and CARROT PUDDING
ri potatoes, grated
and drained
4 carrots grated
3 4 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
4 tablespoons cracker meal
4 eggs, separated
4 tablespoons melted butter
or fat
. Cook grated carrots in 3 4 cup of water 15 minutes. Do not
drain. Mix undrained carrots with grated, drained potatoes eg-
yolks, sail, sugar and cracker or matzoh meal, butter or fat Fold
in egg whites beaten stiff but not dry. Bake in a 350-degree oven
one hour. Serve hot.
VIENNESE CHOCOLATE ROLL
1 4 cup sifted flour
1 2 teaspoon salt
4 tablespoons cocoa
1 cup confectioner's sugar
5 eggs, separated
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup heavy cream, whipped
1 2 eup of any kind of jam
Sift together twice, the sifted flour, salt, cocoa and con-
fectioners sugar. Beat 5 egg yolks until lemon colored and fold
sifted ingredients into them. Beat 5 egg whites stiff but not dry
and add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Fold into egg mixture. Spread into
11 x ( jelly roll pan and bake at .150 degrees 15 or 20 minutes If
edges are hard, cut off wilh a sharp knife. Turn out on a damp
do h and roll cake and cloth together the long wav, like a jelly
TOM. U hen cold or when ready to serve, unroll and spread with
whipped cream into which jelly has been folded Roll up again
when ready to serve, slice cake.
Cardiologist Will Speak
at Senior Citizens Guild
Dr. Harold Hand, cardie;
will spc.ik a: an open Corunj meet-
ing ol the Senior <'.: zeilS S icial
Cuil I...! 7:30p in Monday, Oct. 21'.
in the auditorium ol the Miami
He ach IV ral Sat in :- and Loan
Association, Washington Ave and
th St.
A color film. "An Affair of the
irt' ill be show n by Ihe Miami
Heart Institute. With Dr Rand al
1 the meeting will be Mrs Kathleen
0. Rank and Mrs Gloria Green,
R.N.
lae ... tou ouncung ol tn^ Jerusalem YM-YWHA
was buill a; a cosl of 51 000,000 with funds raised by
Wc: fewish Communil.- !
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Fwimm ouidoo: courts fcr handball and busket-
ba'l. ''< <--
1 eggplant
1 small onion, grated
2 tablespoons oil
Bake eggplant at 475 F until skin turns brown or cook on
top of stove until skin is black. Cool and peel. Add rest of in-
gredients and mash together. Chill.
EL CORTUO
Wash goose thoroughly inside and out. Remove all excess
fat. rub salt inside and out. stufi with apples and oranges,
skewer cavity Roast on a rack in an uncovered pan at 350 F .
allowing 20 minutes to the pound. Remove fat*from the pan as it
accumulates, Goose should be well done. If cooking time is in-
adequate, allow 5 minutes more for each pound.
To make skin crisp and brown, rub occasionally with ice
cube and turn oven heal up to 400 F.. leaving oven'door open
slightly, (or the last half hour of cooking time.
As an appealing and wholesome one dish meal that contains
proteins, minerals and an assortment of vegetables for balance
trj Meat and Vegetable Salad. It can be prepared with some
left-over boiled or other kind of beef. veal. chicKen. or lamb and
can be made to look attractive. To add a taste of "Gemutlich
Wien" to complete your continental repast, I suggest Viennese
Crescent Cookies.
MEAT AND VEGETABLE SALAD
Any leftover meat
Va cup cooked lima beans
'. cup cooked carrots
'. cup cooked green beans
2 potatoes, cooked
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Bonn To Probe
Legality Of NPI)
BONN (WNS)A study to deter-
mine the legality of the National
Democratic Party was announced
hero by Ernst Benda. West German
Minister of the Interior, who simul-
taneously asserted that the party
had a "hard core" of Nazis.
If it is found that the NPD is
undemocratic and unconsitutional,
the Minister asserted, he will seek
legal bans against it. He doubted,
however, that the Federal Consti-
tutional Court can make avruling
on the case, if one emerges, before
the next national elections in which
the NPD hopes to make substantial
tains numberwi.se and in Bundes-
tag seats.
I 8. I in migrants Plan
Israel Resort Town
JERUSALEM of settlers from the United States
and other Western countries will
create an urban settlement at the
foot of Mount Hermon, Dr. Raanan
Weitz, head of the Jewish Agenc] 's
settlement department, told an as-
sembly of youth on the Go 1 a n
Heights. He said the new town will
iie the base for development of
tourist and resort facilities in the
area, which he said was the only
i iK now suitable for winter sports.
He added that the exact site for
the new town had nol yet been
i termined. Some members of the
group planning to settle, there are
idy in Israel.
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PAN-AM REALTY, REALTORS
Phone: 3/3-4716
1749 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Fiords 33135
Please send me ( ) free ticket Is) to your next Seminar on Income
Property, Oct. 24th, 8:00 P.M. at your office, also your free booklet,
"Developing an Independent Income."
Name:
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PRIME OFFICE SPACE
[PRESTIGE LOCATION HEART OF NORTH
'MIAMI APPROX. 1400 SQ. "CROWD
! FLOOR AVAILABLE WILL LjASEALL *
[HALF. WILL IMPROVE TO SUIT TENANT -
' AIR COND., HEAT, ELEC MUSIC AND JANI-
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LOCATION: 615 ME. 124th St.
CONTACT: A.R. KINGSLEY
758-1735
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^ tariMtM. Ij.'I lii rant! SjiJ.'e r-
? tree si. n tv revoljiicaiif m 1)1- ^
^. IMSOMC tirjit jlirn m Inends ~
^ idittirt. lis.itK council. RMS 4t
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^ ten pioiprci. ISe whole sine ol lisn- r-
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^ srnie at instill, tin i mni.i CM di <^C
J^- U RilMl lei 5122.50 Md ii|. frti-i .,
. vcu l ij:c/ profit ll 547.50 or ra;t "^
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j in sioc.s: lc-ordw oil/ is Mfdfd. d "
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i. Irtt. Mul-crtftr tonpuits led. li- '
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CORAL GABLES HOME
OWNER ANXIOUS
5"06 LEJEUNE ROAD
ONLY $'6,500 for immaculate home
with separate gu*st ipt. 3 Bed-
rooms 3 baths in all. Soacious
throughout with dining room and
Flonia room. Hardwood floors and
large closets Placed mortgage at
6 Call Mrs. Tyler. Assoc. 666-8464
Dolores Eidredge. Realtor
Ph"nt 448-3102
2506 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables. Florida
COCONUT GROVE
HOME
2 BEDROOM 1 bath home in beauti-
ful section ol South Grove, large
Florida room, well landscaped fenc-
ed yard, $23,500. For sale by
owner. 4161 Bonita Avenue.
Phone 666-6043
LAKEFR0NT
APT. SITES
2 MINUTES TO PALM SPRINGS
KENNETH KARP,
Real Estate Inc., Realtor
Phone 8221010
975 W. 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida
52.000 SO FT. INDUSTRIAL
I DEAL lo'- i'ien v is-
mg exposure <> i *- ... en L .^est
Xway near Palmetto Connection,
has i86 Kt. s -e. u. n NW
76 Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks from
new M'an '' '* *
quick 3AA.0M tc HAaniOttO and Last
West Xways. Needs some ground
preparation Priced as is for $35.-
000. Cash or terms.
Hicks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
516 i S.V, 8th Street
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to get YOUR
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Code
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so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
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NORTH CAROLINA
PROPERTY FOR SALE
S ACRE-VACATION HOMESITES
$1995
Hendersonville Asheville Area.
Beautiful Mountain. Excellent. Also
available: Trout Stream Sites Only
$1,500 Adjoining National Forest.
Sportsmen's pa radise Terrific
Western N C. Interested0 Call or
write Leon M. Newman. Realtor.
1809 Ponce. Coral Gables. Fla..
444-1681 or 448-8?84 anytime for
Brochures and Easy Terms. Hurry!
MORTGAGE MONEY
FIRST AND SECOND
MORTGAGES
On Lots, Acreoge, Apts.
Homes, Commercial, Nursing
Homes; Also Const. Funds.
Coll Mel Haber, Guardian Mortgage,
374-1761.
119 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
MIAMI BEACH
HOME
NORMAVDY ISU
30' SCREEN PATIO
OVERLOOKS COIF COURSE,
DRAPES, CARPET,
CENTRAL HEAT-A.'R
$38,000
OWNER 911 SC SHORE DRIVE
Phone 866-1736
BEST ON TREASURE ISLE
OWNER SAYS
PRIME LARGE CORNER.
$5,000 BELOW MARKET
ASKING PRICE
REQUIRES $13,500 DOWN
SUNDAYS & AFTER S P.M.
PHONE 864-5281.
9-5 WEEKDAYS 374-9081
BEN FINKEL
FOR SALE
$23,300
Second Mortgage
Payable 11 years, S250 per month,
7 per cent. Well covered by equity
in modern 18 unit-pool Apts. Will
discount S3,300 for quick sale.
Principals only. For details call:
358-1372,
' a.m. lo 5 p.m.
Any way you
; figure it...
THE FINESTrw
WELCOME ^32
TO GREATER MIAMI
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you feel it home, vUh her basket
of gifts end inswers to question*
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THE
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C0RP0R4T/0N
PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
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HOMES AT
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$40,000 to S50.000
Only 5 north lacing acre sites
remain lor exclusive homes in
heart of popular Palmetto District.
DON'T WAIT.'
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$65,000 and UP
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KEYSTONE ISLAND
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bedrooms 2 bathsultra supenoi
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dock fitted with electric, water
Etc. and 4 Concrete etcel
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pil.nas expensive planting! shrub
hery and assorted full grown Trop
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sprinkler system Cer.imic tile
bathrooms with deluxe color '-yleu
American Standard fixtures
Dual Stereo System sneakers
thruout pool area and house, piu
Intercom m complete area. Semi
finished 2 car garageem Me space
available for construction iddition-
Luxuriously equipped wit
extra large refrigerator w th auto-
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clothes washer and dryer centra
air conditioning and heat ill stain
less steel oversize major appliance)
exquisitely decorated, ncludmc
wall to wall carpeting, ovpp 80' o"
glass walls and doors beautifully
draped. Windows and door open
ings fully t.mshed with Bahamiar
wood shutters, and decor .tor wal
papered. Home exceptionally wel
serviced and maintained, locatec
on quiet traffic free dead end street
CAN be purchased Furn oi Unfurn
Unfurnished equipped as lbove a*
$52,500. Brokers Protected
12680 Hickory Rd.. Keystone
Isle No. 5 for appointment
Phone 891-0784
IF
YOUR ABILITY EXCEEDS
YOUR INCOME
CHECK into all other business
opportunities first, then
Call MR. TAYLOR
AT 235-6341 or
WRITE PC Box 34,
Perrine, Florida.
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
CALL 247-0857 or 247 3788
VELMA S. GRAY, REALTOR
1135 N KR0ME HOMESTEAD
BEST BUY IN DADE
40 SQUARE acres, 5' 2-6' 2 Ft. cleva
tion, 1320' on paved S.W. 107 Ave.,
and 280 St. presently toned agri
culture. Master land use plan shows
it as industrial. Excellent road ac
cess $2,000 per acre.
Phone 688-4661 Scottie


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Friday, October 11, jcpg
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He plays baseball with his son, helps his daughter with homework, gives his family affection and security.

But he is neglecting an important family obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other family
obligations, these arrangements must not be overlooked. By plan-
ning ahead, decisions can be made calmly. They can be made
without emotional pressure. They can be made wisely. And they
can be made together as a family unit. If you have not yet fulfilled
this obligation to your family, we urge you to do so now. In this
way, you can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
oM^q/1^0%,
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


Friday. October 11, 1368
*Jenisli fhridfkui
Paae 13-9
Labor Dispute Rages
Over Arab Workers
5th Bl
85, I69S8 NK
800 Washington
. :.:..i Ninth Bl .
JERUSA1EM (JTAi Police
broke up f yt-fights here 'his week
between picketing members of the .
Jerusalem buildings workers union
and Arab laborers from East Jeru-!
salem who showed up for work al
a construction site without having
been assigned by the Labor Ex |
change. Po.ice sent the Arabs
away.
The conliactor later signed an
undertaking to employ workers
only through the Labor Exchange
in the future in accordance with
Israeli law. Workers so employed
must receive full union wages and
fringe benefits.
Many employers in Israel have
apparently been hiring West Bank
Arabs directly, by-passing the la-
bor exchanges in order to pay low-
er wages. The controller of man-
power at the Labor Ministry said
that Israeli authorities had over
looked this practice in the past be- |
cause of severe Shortages in Israel
of skilled and semi-skilled workers.
He estimated that there were sev-
eral thousand Wen Bank Arabs
currently working in Israel, many
of whom got their jobs by private
arrangement. Demand for skilled
and semi-skilled workers, particu-
larly in the construction industry,
has exceeded the supply by 5.000
in the past few weeks, he said.
Labor Minister Joseph Altnoii an-
nounced that the Labor Exchange
would establish six branches in the
Gaza Strip and the West Bank to
direct Arabs to jobs in Israel. He
said that residents of Caia and the
West Bank would be permitted to
work anywhere in Israel provided
that confirmed employment was
available to them and provided
that they obtain prior security
clearances from the military Gov-
ernor.
The influx of Arab workers into
Israel was partly responsible for
.lie reestablishment of security
.heck po.nts on highways linking
he occupied territories with Israel
proper.
Cantor Holiday Guest Of
T Senior Citizens Club
Cantor Tibor Moses of Temple
Adath Yeshurun will be the special
guest of the Senior Citizens Friend-
a.up ciub of the North County
YMHA at their Simchat Torah cel-
ebration at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
16 at 16951 NE 4th Ave.. North
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
Bather Klein, club president.
JWV Auxiliary Meets
The Jewish War Veterans, North
Shore Ladies Auxiliary No. 677 will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
23. at Washington Federal Bank
Bids.. 1133 Normandy Dr.
ESHKOL IS SLATED
FOR U.S. VISIT
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
may make a brief visit to the
United States in December
on his wav to Brazil and Ar-
gentina where he has been
officially invited. Govern-
ment circles said that Mr.
Fchknl would confer with
President Johnson, who will
be leaving office next Jan.
20. Reports that he might
also meet the President-elect
were not confirmed. The Ar-
gentine Foreign Ministry has
announced in Buenos Aires
that Mr. Eshkol will visit
there between Dec. 5 and
Dec. 10. accompanied by
Mrs. Eshkol.
Flaglcr St. Gordon. Interment Lake-
Ide
cluck. Jennie, to, ii" NE l
Riverside
MILOVICH. Edith M
6th Ave Riverside
GRODIN. Herman, v.
Ave., Riverside
MELMAN, Mollle, 80
ki\ erslde
MICHAEL, Joe I.. St. 10245 Colllni
Ave.. Riverside
kritzky. Stella, 77 7436 Gary Ave.
Riverside.
rapkin, Annie. ... 2657 Dewey BL,
Hollywood. Itiver.-icle. Interment
Mi Blnal.
SIEGEL. Jack, 85, U'"" West Ave.
Newman.
becker, <;oiciie t, 7:.. 950 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Blasberg
GILINSKY, Hyman. 74, 1051 Michigan
Ave. Riverside. Interment ML Blnal
LOPRESTO. Anna. 71'. m:< Ocean DT
MILLMAN, Samuel, vs. 12*1 NE 167th
Si. Riverside
ROEMER, Baste, 62, 177<> Meridian
Ave Riverside. Interment Star of
David.
WALDORF, Anna. '.?,. ISIS Michigan
Ave Riverside.
WISEMAN. Esther, 74. I04S NW Sev-
enth St. Newman.
BASS. Anna, 71. II"' Luenga Ave. Dor.
don. Interment Mt. Sinai
davis. Maxwell, M. Miami Springs.
Riverside.
JACOBS, Eugene. 79.. Beacons! Tow-
ers Bast Riverside.
JUISTER. Martin P., M, 1121 NE
i4",ih St Newman.
SPECTOR. I eon V 7". L".>:'. Point
East Dr Blasberg.
STEINBERG. Joseph N., 43. 423
Washington Ave. Gordon.
KiRSCHNER. Herbert, 7:;. 2S55 Leon-
ard Dr. Riverside.
wasserman. Bernard, 93. J6I Col-
llns Ave Newman
hall, Prank O., 87, 10245 Collins Ave
Blasberg
leinwand. Irving. 7". 1200 est
Ave Riverside
LIP<">WITZ. Clara. 71 540 15th Bt.
ma'riotti. Helen Sperling;, 51, WO
T.illu.....I Ave., Ilollyw.....I River-
side Interment Mt Nebo
MICHAELS. Sally. .',7. I5SI
Ave Riverside.
SIEGEL. Eva, 65. 8S0 Ocean
LEGAL NOTICE
dr
Michigan
Dr., Qor-
NE
1!..... Hay Rd .
225 Collins
61, 1879
Deaths In Greater Miami
dayman, Bamuel. 80 1247 3VV 19th
Gordon. Intermeni Ml Blnal
knARE. Rose, 63, 710 ill Blas-
Iberg
/03LF, i.e.. so, 1221 Si llwarter Dr.
R v eraldi
iaoaR. Etta, 7".. IS i >llltu Ai e
I Ra erside
luTES. Bamuel, 7" 693 Collins Ave.,
I'; >rdon
UVEN Reuben 67 SW I7tli
Rlvi sldi
.OOM, i i : Treasure
Rlasl -.
IRSTEIN. Rae, 82. Bay I>r..
dnn
fLBER, Adolph. 87 Collins
Rlvi rslde
VER, golomoi IS-.i N W
't. B< \ St
idel. Samuel, Ave
^_J/e man
WRTTER ; ,i Ai,
rsldi
HENBAUM. I MIS
193rd pi r, i: i x termenl
Sinai
KIRSCH. Delilah, is 1'' NE 132nd
Ter |{i\ 'rslde, Intermeni Miami
Memorial Park
Williams. Oe-ne. 77. 615 Anastasla
.\\ Riverside
SCHWARTZ. Rebecca, 1 694" Hard-
ing Ave
SOLOMONSON. Many. ::.. 93i Snd St
Blasbei :
GREENFELD. Julia 96 1301 NW 12nd
Ave Rl\ n ide
HOROWITZ. Abraham, 79. !.* Penn-
sylvania Ave Riverside
POLSTER. Julia, M, 812" Collins Ave
Riverside Interment Ml Nebo
POMERANTZ. MorrU Euclid
Ave Riverside
SCHARF. Vetta, 7::. 102. Euclid Ave
Rl rslde
BERGER. Samuel .1 59, *:. NE 191st
^, p ....;.".. i-...-1-i'--.....' N '
BUDLOW. Sarah, 79 8300 Collins Ave
Oordnn I tel men! Ml Siiial
SLATTER. Hyman s. S999 Point Easl
GOLDBERG? Charles 73 8539 West
weinhaus. Herman.
17l*iti St Riverside
wolfers, Robert, B3
Riverside.
GOLDEN, Abraham, 69,
Ave Riverside
HENIG. Israel. S. 71. 12816 NK 11th
\\. Riverside, .. .. ,
barmat. Gertrude. 61. t44 v Meri-
dian Ave Riverside.
COHEN. Harry P., 69, 5006 Collins
Ave Riverside ,
DANE. Mltohe" '' '"' '015 SW 11th
Ave.. Hailandale Beyer.
DUCOFF. John. 75, > E. ll'h Ave.
Sinai. _. .
GOLDBERG. I..-"'. 75, IM1 Vi aah-
Ington. Ave Riverside.
GREENFIELD........ 77. BOO Meri-
dian Ave. Riverside.
HIRSCH. Mn-rls. ,K. 16660 W. Dixie
Highway. Beyer.
HORNREICH. Dora. .'.. 830 80th St
Riverside Interment Mt N-lm
kalan. Jennie, 8*, 8840 Plmamgo
Pr Gordon. ...
KARPFEN. Babtna. T6, 1677 Collins
Ave Klverside _
KLEINER. So-hi.- Rose 87, l98 Point
East i >r Riverside
MILLER. Blanche. <'<. 888 Meridian
Ave Riverside
roth. Esther, 1893 Coral Way .....-
don Interment s- ir ot l >m id
SABEi.. Charles, 84. MO West Ave
Wf'iVsm'a'n. Wl!"nm 7" -"> Tatum
Waterway Dr Rlvi Ide Intermeni
Lakeside, v.,.
WFTTZAN William. 60, .: .n i-.
169th St Beyer _
WYATT. M.i-.'....... D., 16, 815 M
33rd St RB ''si.i'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TmE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTY.. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-15237
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAMi IN N< ITARH '
Plaintiff,
RO8E M. NOTARIO
I lefendant.
TO ROSE M NOTARII I
ITJ.') L'll'l Ave Apt B
Columbus, Oa.
You. ROSE m NOTARIO are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed against you
and you ..re required to serve a copy
Of your Answer or Pleading t" the
Hill of Comolaint on the Plaintiffs I
attorney. I.KSTBK K"(IEHS, .!<: N W
14th St Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleadim; ii> the
office "f the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 14th da) "f Novemb-
er, 19(8. if you fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default Kill be taken aa-ainst
you for the relief demanded in the.
Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall t>e published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THi: JEWISH PLORIDIAN
DONE AND OKDKKKD al Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of October, a D
1968
E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Counts Fl
By: C P C' IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
<< Ircult Court Seal 1
I ESTER Rl IOERS
:: N.W I4>li Street
Miami. Florida
At tome} for Plaintiff
_____ 1" I!-' -" 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES f oT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71302-C
in RE Estate <<(
ABNBR GREEXBERG
a 1. a ABE GREBNBERG
I..... -.i-...|
NOTICE OF INTENTION TQ MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni ITICE is hereby given th
have filed our Final Report and Pe-
tltion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as ancillary Bveeutors nt 11
estate of ABNBR GREBNBERG .1 k/.i
AUK GRBENBERU, dec.......i and
1 'i on 'he i-'h day v wii'i--.
1968, will apply to the Honorable
county judKesoi Dade County, Florida
for approval of said Final Report a.id
for distribution and final dtscharga ts
ancillary Executors of the estate of
the above-named decedent This 4th
lav of 1 tctober, 1968
VICTOR KAI.AHAV
OSCAR GOTTBNBER'l
Jl >SH RBPHl'N
Attorney
1370 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Flu 83139
10 lt-18-25
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 37.1-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
In business umier the fictitious nam-*
of Ros CORNER at 1L':'1 N.W 7th.
Ave., intends to r.....^', pn**i nqnte
h the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nt Dade County. Florida
ROSE W UtREN
Bole 1 hi net
MATtKS FABER
11 py I tnollcant
1012 Alnsley Building
i li-i >-.-. ;i 1
IN the rnnNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80393-C
; ,1.. ..,
HENRY DONNER,
I lei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P H .
Ing Claims or Demands Against Sa I
Extate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present anj 1 i.. ms and de-
mands which yu m.i> have against
the estate of HENRY DONNER 'I--
ceased late "f Dade County. Florida,
to the Count} Judges ol Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 Is. Florida
Statutes, in their offi.-.-s in the County
Courthouse 111 Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from thi
time of the first publication hereo
or the same will l,.- barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida till! v |
da] of 1 tctober, a I > 1968
LOUI8E S. DONNER
As Administratrix
First publication of this notli 1
the 11 th day "f 1 Ictober 1968
WALTERS. Mi m iltK &
COSTANZi
Attorney for Administratrix
i""> Alnsle) Building, Miami. Florida
in 11-lH.-.',-, u I
LEGAL NOTICE
N
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
."TICK is HEREBY m\EN tha
ih<
reglt
.. Cir-
1
RRY W. BEYER proudly announces
hit affiliation wi^h Lithgow Funeral
Centers, Inc. Through Lithgow's seven
locations, Mr. Beyer can conveniently
serve the entire Jewish Community of
South Florid3.
All Religioui Rituals Observed
1501 I West Dixie Highway
485 N.E. 54th Street
3232 Coral Way
8080 SW. 67th Avenue
1 7475 N.W. 27th Avenue
7200 N.W. 2nd Avenue
] 180 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead
>One telephone number reaches all Chapels 757-5544
Marry W. Beyer, Funeral Director 949-3133
undersigned, deslr >- ei gag>
i.,,.,------ under the t I tlonj nann
of TIME-A-RAM v al '" Mlrai '
, ..,:,! c. ibli Floi I (In nti
.-.,.,I name with the < 'lerk i
eult Court ""''*> l'!l|1'l;'
JERi 'Ml' iZER
5711 Plnetrei I
Miami. Reai h Florida
JACK J W EISS
Attorm i for
TIME-A-RAM A
n44 S.W 1st Streel
Miami. Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No 68-IS4SS
NOTICF ctF SUIT
Jl ISEPH A RADICE,
Plaintiff,
AONE8 T R VOICE
Pefendant
TO: AONES T K VOICE
.: Bliss Road
Newport, Rhode Islaml
TOC ARE HEREF>
that an action for divon
filed against you and you
.-il to serve a copj oi
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T'i AM. WHOM THHSK PRESENT8
SHAM. COME, UREBTINtiS
Whereas, MAN R SILVER. Miami.
Florida; AKTHIlt J. AUGUST, Miami.
Plorida: SAI.I-V K. QILJSS. Miami.
Florida rtlil on the 3rd day of July.
A.D. I9S6 cause to be Incorporated
under the laws "f the State of Florida
MAECOCRT APARTMENTS, INC a
corporation, with its principal place
of business at MIAMI. DADE
COUNTY in the State of Florida,
ami whereas such corporation did on
the -ail day of October, A l> l 168,
cause to l"- filed In the office of the
Secretary of State "f u gtat*
Plorida, the documentary authority
required under Section 60X-27. Florida
men, -i o\> Ing the dissolui
sl|. '.....I'. II
\. therefore, the S
State doe bj rl Ifj
that he Is satisfied that
the requirement* of the lav. have
been complied unit
IN Wl fNESS w HEREOF. I ha'
h, ,i unto ft ray li: ltd ai -i hs t
.-,1 i: .. u re u s _.'! the State
uliass.....i
second da; of I lei......i a i ?

TOM ADAMS
-

Ni ITIF1EP
has been
a!-.- requlr-
,ur V\ ''''l
defenses, if any. i" it on MYERS,
KAP1 VN ft P" IRTER, AHoi v '>-
Plaintiff, whose address is 1150 S.W
plrel Street, Miami. Florida 33180. and
file the original with the Clerk ol
the above styled Court on or before
November It, l88 otherwise s Judg-
ment may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint
WITNESS my hand and tne
of said Court on October 8, I Ml
E. H LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: N A HEW ETT
As Deputy Clerk
in 11-18-25 11 1
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.... if Chapter 'I
,,ui Annotated 11941),
It usenii rt >- :- I
when ABE VAN LINES
. urporn on l>> in u<
. ----------------------------------------------------------------- .
i i
I'sed Housel
: MR nil I Mils I-: HINKE1
u n address was '-'" N l"tli
Streel Miami. Fin md tha thi
das i No* embei dur
li tal hours ol sale, ma
forenoon a
I.....i at 213tS N w 24th Avi nu< Miam
Florida, the ui li rslgi ed shall
sale i" the hi
in hand the above d<
,.l MR and MRS E HINKEY
Dated al Miami. Florida this HI
day ol I tober
l -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-15375
SUIT FOR DIVORCE /
DOUG I'Ai.MKK
Plaintiff,
CATHERINE MART PALMER
i lefendant.
'," CATHERINE M VRY PALM
138 Townllne \\ est
St Catherine
Ontai Cai ada
You, CATHERINE MARY PALM-
ER, are I ei eb) I fled that i Bill
of Complaint for Dl bet
filed againsi you, and > .: are re-
iii red to serve .i copy of your Ana .
I or Plead! g i Com-
Pl.....' mi ] ff ittorney,
l l.\"A III 11 Rl I;SS. :'..-, !l;s aj
. Boulevard Mian Florid 173 U.S.A
' rlginal Answei Pies i
lug In th th*
- bel !;' I Ith
day of N embei you fall I p
il" so, Judgment bj default will
takei igu t j '".i for (de-
manded In the Bill of Compl
This mil hall hi ....... .
eai ': \ \, .....,
K EU'ISH FLORIDIAN
D INE AND ORDERE1 il M
1 rida, I th day ol
K B LEATHERMAN L' Tk
rcult i Dude t'ou
11} N \ HEW
; i, m .
It
VI.D H R( >SS
- ii Uli ,i- ne B ulevai
Miami !' ..
t

seal
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: the undersigned, desiring to engage
In businesses under the flcllt.nu*
names of CORAL COIN-O-WASH
at X7'.'T S W 21th Street. ami
HOBS COIN I.ACNDRY at IMI-SI
, S.W. Mh Street intend to register
1 said 'names with the Clerk of 'he
I Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
ROBERT W NEUMANN
IRIS W. NKIMAN
C.OI.DMAN. UOLDSTEIN
& PACZIER
' Attorneys for Applicants
2401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
10/11-18-25 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80394.A
in RE Estate ol
ni 11.ii' P \\ BR,
i leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an.I All Persons II-i\
inK claims ,'i Demands Agaii t Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and dem
which you may have against the es-
tate of I'HII.ll' PAVER deceased
late of Da.le Counts Plorida, to the
county Judges "f Dole Count)
and file the same in duplicate .:.<1 as
provided in Section ''' IK Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in 1^a<\-' County. Piortua.
within six calendar months
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins Mh
day of Ol tobet AD 1968
EDW ARD N MOORE
As Executor
First publication "f thi~
the nth day of i ictober, 1968
WALTERS, Mo. nil-; *
COST AN ZO
Attorneys for Executor
1008 Alnsley Bidg..
Miami. Florida
10/11-18-25 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 5 COURT
IN AND FOR DACE CC-\--
FLORIDA IN P^CE-V-E
NO 30636-A

. ,\ IAINES

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors indA.. Persons Hav-
.. i [Sail
You are I
Is .ni- tmi I. ma I -
vi hlch >'".i m ,i have it
id JOAN ABBOTT HALVES
eased li Counts
mil > Judges ol l >ad. i' >ui )
and file mi me In dui I as
. ded In s- lion : inrida
statui.-s. li their offici i '
t*ourthous< hi Dade County, Floi
I'll1.. si\ calendar months from ih i
' me of the first publication her
or the s. in- \> ui i.- barred
I lated i Miami. Florid i this HI
da) of i Ictober, A I' 1968
BEN B GAINES
As Adminlstratoi
Flrsl publication of th< m th*
11 ih day of i li tober, 1968
si' VRBBR .' Rl 'SKIN P.A
Att< irne) for Adm nisi ra
ion N-.i-th Biscayne itiv.i
Miami. Florida JS132
10 U-18-2E U I
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring i" eiiicag**
in business u.ider the fictitious name
of UNITED MARINE, INC .1 844
S.W i-i Street, Miami. Plorida 3S1S0
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count). Plorida
OKI ANDO I'll' \' ''a
144 8 W 1st Street
Miami, Plorida SJ1I0
JACK .1 w kiss
Attorney for
I'liited Murine, Inc.
10/11-18-25 ll/l


aqe 14-B
Jtotteft FhridHnir
Friday. October 11. 1968
J
By
\l t
Vhr

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 194!
FILE No. 68 A 32Z-
N iTTCE is Hi:itCB\ : i \ i:\ n
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
xotice is HEREBY ni\ i:\ i|ihi
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i >TU"K is ii EKBRY ui\ EX thai
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage In the undersigned, !. -inim to piwuti
hi business under ill.- fictitious name ...... Iiuslnci undet thi rktltloue lumi
I I. Personal. li..|.1. ,,i County Tin, AI I. KICKS SHOES (a division ,.f
- le ihered S7S7, HMi.1, Caribbean Shoe Corp. I ul South
'' '' ">' '"' i--u.il ill.- l-i d) west ||i Street, \|i.,ii,i |"|..n.l.i :::i..|
V l. kicks SHOES i.i division ..i ,.| i.\|..\ \\ 11< > I. I :s.\ I I-: ..i J73I \ \\
IHlll Street, Miami inli-ii.l !.- regislci
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73094-B
IX RK. KM:.I.- ..I
I.i II IS II A V.lll \
l>
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby oivb.n hi.i
Hi.- ui.den.iK.....i. desiring i.,
'" V. I >. 1 !>i:r. has 1-1..1 -ii,. ii. hu.ii.is tn register -,,,,l nnme with
ii. I, n, .in.- nllh llui a'lil* 111" till NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Nf A K E
S ha* ii. .1. .. pplicntlni
I.I l>< IxKUfd I
- Id eertitl il- embrace the follou -
- 1I-.-.11I.-.I property, in Mi. Count}
I i.i.I- Stnti id Florida, In ttlt:
i:-. i.- II i p. sui..
I II him in the
I K orida.
ni,.i.i, .-.l in Ci v
i ,i Haid prop-

-ii. il was in th. imr i lol
Rrou
I...i I 1.- \ JS n A lea* S 73 ft
v : III... i w |',-i--
in.-. Plal Hook 111 Page i:.. in i ,
-..iiiiiv of Had, .- .1,1,,.
,- nil.i.i. .-.I n i i nil, Hie Xai
*M Th. .-------i-ln-iil of saial praip-
ertj undi i [hi -,.i.I i Ufl......
--II. -I Will ill. '..i Mi. of Jos
Mcklnni v K-i
i 7." ii of I...i I KltH'k l W -
Peri in Plal Book i Pag.
2* It-res in..|. ,.i Ii -.
.ii thi 'i in lj ..i I lade, Stale ..i
1 ..- ml.i-,i, .1 In iViiifi-
lltl V.i KMti4 Thi ----- in. til ,.l*
-.ml |ii >pi '' mi.I. i the nald
- Ill l wan ni III.- lumi. ..;
Kobi Peti rwin & i;...lui.i
fl I...i v Block K, V\ ,-t Per-
itie \.l.'m I'l,it I:....I, II Page III,
it th.- Count) of Dade Stale of
l-'|..i-i.l, ;i- .mlii ,,.--.! in ,'.
lite \.- Mini The ,,--.--iii.iii ..t
-aid properl) ii -I. i ih- -ni.I .-ei -
--II-.I \v;,i- in Ih- 11:1111-
i Philip \- Blarney Rlgby, Minors
1...1 19 Block ::. Symmes-Rharman
rraet, Plal Hook : Pan* 17" in
hi Countj ..f l i,i.i-. Slate ..f Flor-
.l,i. :is nil.ra.'ed in Certificate
v.. >]":'. The assessment of nald
iropertj iin.ler I he sui.I certificate
ssued was Iii ih- name of Th.-.-
lole ll.-iiri A.- 11 Dais)
i il.--* Bald certificates shall be re-
-ni-.i ,.. nrdina law, the proper-
described herein will be .-..1.1 to the
(heal bidder :it the Court House
nor ..ti the first Monday In the month
November, AD 1988, uhi.-h is the
i h day i.i November a li IMS
Dated thi- :i"th day September
\ I. I9
E I! I.EATHKRMAN
ci.-rk Circuit Court,
11.ni. County, Florida
Bj p K. OCLD8TRAXD
Deputy Clerk
,. 'Ircuit <'..urt Si ,,i i
I" 4-11 -l-^:,
i hi i l. i-U o| the I'lrcuil t'ourl
I i.i.i- County, Florida
CARIBBEAN' SHI >E I 'I;I
s."i s w Mb s
Miami, Florida "'M-i
I M KRVIX I i\ IBXEK
Attnrne) for
Shoe i '..i*ii
J All Hull.....it
Miami. l-'l,.i i,i..
I" 11 -lv--:, 11 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-10015
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
VX PA :'i:ii 'i \ I I:i:t-:i iMAX,
Plaintiff,
\ -
\ \ i BRIE K i-"i:i-:i:i i.max,
JCDITH KIIAMRIt, BCIIBXK
K itAMEIt. Ill iHERTA MI1.I.KK,
EAHI. Mil.I.Kit. ..,, Ii
Individually.
i.. i. .;.,ni.-.
Ti VA I.Kit IE K i-i:i-:i-:i..MA\
llxil Madiwill Ave Apt "-1.
N. u Vork, X v
.url ..i I inili i liiiiit). Kloi di
l\HAI ECU I KEItXAXHEZ
DAVID I-: MI'NIZ
in 11 -l-:'.". 11 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI ITK 'i: is II EltKin ;i\ EX thai
Ih. ii,..!. r- ,, -i .1 Irlllll
In liuaim untlei llie in-iiii.-u- name
ol KXI'i HITS I \ MM Ii I'l "COUP ,n
-11 s \\ l-i Sti-ei I, Miami, Klorldii
;.i intend lo ,.,--.. 1*1
bualneaa untler the fi.i u,,u- nVim_
RICHARD .1 HKI.KMAX. M |,
IT". Ulltmore V\ ay. i 'oral Uahl. ,
Inn ii-1- lo i-iii-i. i -.,, ,,,, ,;
i lerk ni ih- i "n, mi i v.un ni i,, .
i u I Klorlda
IIICH Mil' .1 HKI.KM \\. HI) v
SP \i:iu:i: .....i Hi isKIX p a
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARCE
\. ITU B If 1 Ii) Rlvrli hill I li
d my K Re| rl tual Petition t-i
|i riln md Final IMM-hunci im Attorney! for Applieiiiii
--..... t.ii. ol I..HIS inn X lilacayne lloulevanl
HAN MAN li.....- .1 .....! II II li : the
_; da) ... Iiei ppl) to
ih. II.in..nil.le "..iim\ Juda;. r Dadi
l-'i-.i lila i..i approval ol -- itl
I Re|Mi| :..i .u-i
I-.-.:..,- i:.. un ihe
w uli tli. "lerk ..I Hi- i 'ii-. u-i i .-in I ol la
Itadi i '..iinti. K1..I-I.1..
JACK .1 WEISS
I vi i S \\ i-i Sire. ;. Miami I'l.,
.1 M'K .1 WEISS
! Attorn. > for
. Kx|Niri I iilimii-.l i '..i |.
I" ii -lv.:. II l
-.1. ni
TI,- _- da) of Septembi i I96S
IIRii \H.......' VSSEI.
tl nrnej
l'.-i Lincoln Road
Miami lleiu i Kim Id
-.: in 4-11-18
' ::: in |
NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HKRKIH .;i\ i
'he Unden.lBT.ed, .l-iiiii: ,,. ,
i.ii-in.-s under th. fl. ntioui ,inn
HKlt VI D v I.i X VXDK1I M i
I i". "in Road, Miami lieu, li i
i. n.i- in i. Klati -..i.i ii,,in, || | ,i
Clerk ..f the Circuit Courl i.i |.,
County, Florida
DERAI I' AI.EX IXDER, \l |.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT SDARHBH and ROSKI.N
r \
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HEREBY 1JIVEX thai
ih. underpinned, deairinn In etiBliKi in
l.ii-in. -- in .l-i- il- f|, 11| i,-ii- n.i
M" 'V El..... ,ii i.'.n X B 1.1 !nl 81
Xorth Miami, Florida HSlill Ini. i
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80512-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RK Belli ti nf
II KltliERT .li 'IIX M I'EXCH
11, -.,.1
r.-ui-t. i- -,ii.l name nii'i ill. fieri, ..i To All I'redUori. and All IVr*
the i 'ii. int i 'ourl of I ladi i '..inn .
l"i..i i.i,, i lated ,,i Miami, I lath a
I.
ViH'. VALERIE K PREED.MAX Klorlda ihi- Til. da) ol o.t.il.ei
.'t- herein notified thai ,i Complaint JBAX 7. SMITH
ileclaraliir) decree relating KBI I.V llllotiKS A ROPES
to tin- vnlldlt) of ,i contract between Atlonieye for Applicant
you and HAKln KKEED.MAX. now I" 11 i :-". 11 I
I.-, ,.,--,I. dated the .".tli day of March
lli.lll i.ii.l ,i contract dated the l.Mli I NOTICE UNDER
Ida) ..r February l54, executed h) you fictitious name LAW
and HARRY FRBBDMAX. now .1- XOTICK IS HERBIIY tllVKX II I
II,.\ Itias 'i.i,m- or I leiiinI..I-
Aii.....-i S lid ll.-i.it-
riieyn ran Apiilii nut
I"" V Itlwn) lie lloulevnnl
.Mi.inn I
" .7 ; i
NO i ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK is II Kit Kin li >.
ih- underalimed, deidrinii In .
i ii un.1. i iii. ria-tii .I
SK< IAI. \M i ItBRti al I :'8fin I
liiuitn hereli) in.in..-.1 am.....I.....i lloulexaral, X Miami Flu
" in--' a) .'.ni- .......I.in...-.I- ra-Rlsia-r -.'.! name with ii. i
en Heil. has b.
fiie.l amtinHl
-ii
and you are lo nerv
Anaw-er or Pleadinn to tli. Kill of
Complalnl on the Plaintiff-* Attorney,
DI'XX iin.l JOHXSOX, llfl Hi-. ,n ii-
I HuildliiK, lv Weal I'liml.-r Street,
Miami, Klorlda S31S0, and file Ihe
orlainal Anawer or Pleading in the
office of ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit
| Court .....i- before ihe 1.1th day of
Xovember. 1888, If you fall li. do s...
jualarmem bj default win be taken
iiuninst you fur tin- r.-li.-f demanded
in ti..- Hill nf Complaint.
This ii..ii,,- Khali be publlahed once
each week for fnur consecutive weeks
in THE JBWISn Fi.i iRIIHAX
the undemlai
..|.\ ..f your In bualiiei
Ull'le
desiring t>. -ni:.i:.
ill.- ffctltloua
DONK -\M> ORDERED at Miami, Vis..
Florida, this Slid day nf October. 1888 ,
: I! I.KATIIKRMAX.
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court,
bade County, Florida
B) K. M I.Y.MAN
I i.-nuty i 'i-i-k
i. "n.-uii Court Seali
DI'XX and JOHXSI IN
ii.- Blscayiie Building
Miami, Florida
Atii.ni->.- for Plaintiff
i" 11.iM.3s 11 1
of MIAMI OPTICAL CB-N'TKU ..
Mil West Flngler Street, Miami In-
tend ti* reglater aald nnme with the
Clerk ol tin- Circuit Cnwri of Dude
County, Kloridn
|i|-:.\A rjATBMA.N
MEL SAXDUKRI;
and SYLVIA CRLlCfl
I" II-is-.". II I
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ni business under the fictitious name
of DRS. aU'CKOPT :.n.I I'MiKI: ,11
t
uhich you may have aKiuiisi the estiit. u,, I'lr.-uli Court i.i Dad
ol HERBERT JOHN Ml KXCH, ib- Florida
....-I lati ni Dude Count) Florida, DRS.MBtlAI. AXD BBRi
I.. the I'liUllt) Judges ol Dual. I'oUllt). I'll. i|-"|:sSIi i\ A I. ASsui'l v
A
Statutes, in their a.fflcei in Ih. Count) jon \ Blacayni ltoulev.ini
Courthouse in Bade Count) Florida, Miami Kin
within -iv rulenalnr n.....1I1- from Ilia .. 7
lime ..f tli- iii-t publication hereof, !
il,.- hiiin. u ill In bni 1 -.1
I luieal ,n Miami, Fl...... Ihls 18 tla)
,.1 September, V I' l!'8
... ,,- > tuiMi. .. ,,-.*.- -...............< ... I I i' !' |-..--> I. A ,\ I ,\ -,-,, 1,
Ihe same in duplia'ati lind .- SPARBKR and ROSKIX p
nrovldeil in Sea-lion 7'. n-. Klorldn vitairneys fan A|iplia-uni
in 1
NOTICE UNDER
VIRIHXI \ I. Ml EMM
A- Ailmlnlstratrlx
Klrsl nulilii-.-itii.n ..1 ihlv .........
iii- :; da) of September, \W*
WHITE m 'RK and Hi iBBIXS
Attorne) for AdminlMtrntrln
Mil \\ If Slle. I
lli.ii..,l-. Klorlda
' : la l-ll-ls
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N- "'v Btreet, Xorth Miami in the circuit court of the
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICK IS HKRKin C.IVR
Ihe undersigned, desiring t<- .
business under Ihe flctltlou
AM-BAR RB8TACH VXT ,1 1 1
X u Ttli Street, Miami, Florida
1, i,,|- |o register mid num.
. '1. rk of ihe Circuit Com 1 1 I
1 '..iiniv Florida
AM-RAR. IXC.
.1 I. n AI.I-BAR REST VI l; i
WALTERS, MOORR & COSTA
Attorneys for All-Bar, In.
i Ahisley Building.
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER TO WILLIAM R HEI-T
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1MB Sweaune) Street
NOTICE IS HKRRB1 OIVBX that North Tonawanda,
tin- undersigned, desiring t......gage in New York 1412"
El:s. A-l PERSOXXEI,; Al TF_\i
PaiRARY WORKERS. A-l l\l 1:
i:i:s. A-l ti:.mi'iii:ary mi:n \
TEMPORARY WOMBX: A-1 TEM-
PORARY lilRI.S. A-l Wai.MIA. V
Ti >\\ El. SI 'ppi.Y OF FI-ORIIM IM
By: DAVID SAMII-M.S
Reg, Manager
Ol 11.1 istkin. FRANK UN
\ CHOXIX
A t torneys for Appllcnnl
I ::< X. I-: 163rd Sirt
Xorth Miami Reach, Florida
H48-T.X61
1 ll-iN-::. 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\nTICl-: IS HEREBY tllVU.X tlii
nunil.er urn All Bnlm Avenue, in tit*.
City 1.1 Opa liOcka, Klorlda, Intends
yii,,t por of Ti- .".1 |ya 1,-1 Canal A
N W S,. Rlvi 1- In I'l,1 Ei nil I.,111.1
Sui. Plal llook _- Page 17. 811
..... '' Township "'' South llanga
in East, containing S8 a. re- more
ir less, in tin- Count) ( Dnale,
State of Klorlda, as mbraceal in
'rtiti-nt- Ni, 1348 'I'd- ossess-
ii-iii of -.-.I.i t.i..|..tt\ under Ihe
lid certificate issued was in the
i.-.111- nf 1 'nknow 11
Phis deed will be Issued -ul-.it
.- all other 1 .in-tiiii. 1,in: delinquent
I"..un ..1 Medley taxes and Ileus.
I...I- .' thru '. Block 18 Oleta
rerrace, Plal Rook 8 Page 117 in
hi Count) ol D.11I-. State of Klor-
.....- mbraceal li Certificate
No :.'i\ The ,1 -in.-m of said
iropertj under the .-.-ii.l rertlfl-
-,. 1. 1 .-ii.-l \, ,,^ j,, int, num. ol
Estate .-i Patrick .1 Murphj
i...t Bloa-k lv. Oleta Terrace
I'l.ii It,,,.1, v page 117 n, the Coun
of Daale, state ..f Florida, as
11.1.1-:.. ...i in Certificate Xo. 531S
rhe :.tii.i-t of -ni.l propertv
unali r 1 he -.. Id t Ificate issued
ill tin- in.in. .-I Km.it. ..f pH|.
li I- I Mm |>li)
l..-i 1 Bias : I* nil m Ta rrni
Phil Basik Paga 1'. 7 in 1I1. 1 -11
iy ni H...I-. stat. of Klorlda, .,-
iiiirai -.1 in 1', 1,
The hi------ssmi
lindei .,,.1 ,-i-Ufl
n as In I mi
I'. < 1. .- Murph)
l...i '.". I.,- KB p| \
1: V', Block II Eli unoi
Rook 1.1 I-,,
1 ....I. sta 1
lirai eal 11 1', 1 llflerfl, \,,
warn, -r ... mid pn
tile -lli.l .-, III ,.....
'in 1 am. ill 11..i-i:,1,,|
.v Susia II
less said cert If i. 1, hall In 1.
emed ,1.....rating to 1 ,u. the prop-
' ''v .1. i--i 1 11 i .,,1,1 ...
highest h.....-, .,, ti,- ,-,, House '':!: ,S'.'!;IN' -"ha-vklix
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-'IMCK is HERBIIY OIVBX tl,,,
'I" undersigned, desiring to engage
In iHJslness under Ih. fi,, ;,..- ,am
/BBS STBMERM VX and (IROWN
a "i.s-.ui. West 87th Avenue, Miami
Pla intends 1,, register said 11 mi,
I Rude County, Florida
j DBS_ STKMK.Ii.M VN .1. ,.,.,,u N.
' si-vim. '.'.'I"V'.'":'1 A------lntln
si Al.l.l-.l: ,1,1,1 ROSKIX P \
li, nni
the undersigned, desiring to engage .... V. ';J." ''"' Annllcan
in business under the floUtlouti name ,, ,:,.1I"J111, Rlvd
of XBWAY IJNKN SIITIA .,1 "!. Florida
11-is.-;, I,
NOTICE UNDER
1 -, i"i;v If v,-n fall In do
i-u, Judgement by default will 1.. taken
ugallisl ...ii for tin- rella-l demanaleal
.,, in- it,11 ..1 Complalnl
This notice shall In published
each week for four ..msecutlv. weeks
In THE JEW isil l-i.i iKiin.w
IKtXK AND ORDERED .,1 Wilimi,
Florida tlii- ...il. da) i.i S. ;' mix 1
\ I l'...lv
17 B I.KATHKRMAX Clerk,
1 'Ircuit 1 '..in 1 1 nub 1 ',.in,n Flan da
It) \' \ HEW KTT Deput) Clark
iCu-.uii Courl Real 1
s"l'A\'l.i:v K IKMIDMAX
:.,w \ \\ .. ., > 1
Miami F'loi iala 11:
Gal -:.:.::!
: .7 1" III lv
Keg Manager
C.OI.DSTEIN, FRANKLIN
A: CHOXIX
It
II-. 1
Xorth Miami Beach, Floriali
1" ll-lv...... II I
An. 11,, ) for Appllcnnl
I.-:... X i: 183rd Sir 1
MANHBIMBI! and 111 lcK
SPARRBRr,t.,m,R08^rpa{.....
i.,'"v"V-" ,"' Mmllcai.1
"'" N Rlscnyne Blvd. Miami, Fla
I" II lv ;-. I 1
.SJAJ_E.^_ENT OF OWNERSHIP
ORs
"o All Cra .....All Pal koiis
Him inc Claims or 11. mauds
- i| i'.- |i
> U notified and requir. .1
in) I'laitt
- Inch you may hava m 1 the 1
' Si PHIE SF:i IK liol.D ...
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOH OAOE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80335-B
Il RK IM.lte ..I
IRM A 11 11 iK.
Dei ...-. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoi and All Pe
ll:i\ lllg > 'Is mi- it I i.in.,1 !
Againsi s.ii.l i:-t..-.
You are !,.i b; notiflail and n
t- presenl ,,,,> claim* and da
wlii.li \.u may have againsi tin 1
t.it. id IBM A Ci .1 iK, il..-, ased hit.
D...I- County, Florida, t" llu
Judges ,,f naale Count), and
same in duplicate and
Section '::: 18, Florida Sti tut.
1 in,-- ii the 1 'ount) 1'- in 11
in 1 Hide County. Florida nlthli
calendar months from the llm.
firsi publical..... I,. 1-..1 ..in.
\\ ill he barred
Data .1 ,n Miami. Floriala II
ol Si.....ill.-1 AD l'".v
WA 1.1 ,\a-K N M EI(
4'1.*. nitsa*a) t'e Bllil.lull.
Miami, I'l.1 IS I in
A> B*i Utair -I the I -
of IRMA CI a ilv I
First puldlciillon ..1 II
the -7tli day of Si pti n
id HIM &
Tl >W 1:1. HCPPI.Y 1 il'
I'l.i ilIIDA. IXC
'. DAVID SA.MIKI.S
Reg Manager
......I.1"1 "1- flrsl Mnndii) in the month
' Xov. mi., i- A.D 1988. which 1- the
Hi day ..1 N'ovembi r A.D IH0S
1 Red this joth day ..f Septi mi,-.
.* I 'n.v
E R IJ5ATHBRMAN
Cl.rk Circuit C-ourl
1 '-..I- 1 'ourfty, Florida
B) P K OCI DSTRAND
Demits Cl.rk
ti ircuit Courl Seal 1
_____ I" 4-1 1 -1 v |i
NOTICE UNDER
Attorneys for Applli nnl
l!Hi \ I-: 11...i.i Streel
Xorth Miami Beach, Klorlda
I I I I v-j;, I 1 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICI AL C I RCU I T,
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-14894
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
W II.I.IAM ABRAHAM ADBR
Plaintiff,
11
"e..iT,g ^";m;,;;V "
Rxi Ulan
I II pUll if Hiiv
la) Si ptembi 1
\ JAY 1 IHSTl H.
Mtornej Executairs
L'l N K Fil \ -mi,

'I'les printed
''iV,'.',, N.....'"'- Pniueti i.,.i ,, .
' '7 III I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 6814681
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I111 IPO II RARTOX
Pluini
.....lis m \i: 1: m:t,.\'
1 i-i-i
to doris mae barton
Resideui I 'iiknowu
MARJORIE ,1 OAXAS
I ' T .1,1111
Tl MAR II HUE 1 HAXAS
- eene) si--.
: I. TlllUlM ,111.1.1
,\. u York 1 II
Yi 11 MARJORIE .1 HAXM
ha h) n..tili.il Hi,it ,, Bill
i*..i Divorce has bea
..U.t lll-l > ..II. ,, Mil \ ..II ,|l t. 'Ml
serve.....p) of your Answer 01 I1
lllg '... Ill- Rill ..1 C.in.i.i"
Plaintiff's attorney. ST v\i 1
1 :i ,| IMAX, ji.w \ \\ end -
an PI011.1.1. ,111.1 file tli- nrlg
-.-.- ..1 Pleading in th. ..ft:.
t 'l-i 1, ..f the Circuit a 'ourl 01
fore tli- jKth da) of Octobet
Attorney for Applicant
l-'ii'O 8.W. .'Ird Avenue
Aii.imi. Florida taiga
io/.n-is-.-.-.
E. B, l-BATHBRMAX
Clerk of the Circuit Courl
By: K. M. 1.YMA.N
10/ll-lS-aO 11/1
Single issu- nearest t,. filing date iI'ma rS : J "^atmerman.
I oertlf, that the atoteminta m,?Ji < l-rlt^f the circolt c..,,
by me above are correct ind nmnl ^td" ^"""'y. Florid:,
KRKJ.K SlKcHBT: fSSSSSi B> '.- 8 ^'U0TRO
/8T '0/1-11-lS
li'lr.uli c.iurt Seal)
STANLEY i: QOODMAN
"Ml N'.W Mild Street
Miami. Florida 33147
MI-SMI ,.


)ctober 11. 1968
+sM**l$ti fhrSdliiain
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
[COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
>RIDAIN PROBATE
No. 80601 -C
MCE TO CREDITORS
tale of
SIM< 'NS,
editors uii'l All Persons
ng Claims or Demands
lust S.i Hi KMal-
pc hereby notified and required
lilt any claims and demands
bu may have nfrninst the estate
JO" SIMONS. dcceasi-d late of
buniy. Florida, to the County
|oi' Dad* County, anil file the
duplicate and aa provided in
733.16, Florida Statutes, in
fie.- in ill. (V.unly Courthouse
Coifnty. Kloridn. within six
months from the time of the
kbllcatlon hereof, or the same
barred.
at .Miami. Florida, this 26th
September. A.T>. !!>..
lAHETTK 8. ACKBRMAN
As KxeiutriN
I vi t -1 i< ..' Ion of this notice on
|h day of September. 1968.
and NEWMAN
lev.- for Executrix
(de Federal Building,
Klorida
917 10 4-11-1*
fHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77876
_[i:i: Estate of
|\MB Hl'KWiTZ.
In-ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
Inoth'B is hereby riven that l
fih-d my Final lleisirt and Pcti-
firr Distribution ami Final Dis-
JarK>- s Executor of the estate of
INVIB HI' It WIT/.. dec-iised and that
the lMh day of October, 1963), Will
pplv to the Honorable County
C'lKes of Had.- Count;.-, Florida, lor
Ipproval of said Final l'e|>rt and
r.r ilistrthution and final discharge a."
C\.',-vtor of thi- estate of the above-
i.-d decedent. This 13th day of Sep-
i inner. IM8.
edward v MOORE
Executor. Estate of
Annie Hurwlt*. Deceased
, ALTERS, MOORE & cosTAN/.o
Arthur i>. Deckeltnan
itnrney
is Ainsi.y Bldg.
.i mi, Florida
9/20-27 m 4-11
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
[in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NO. 68-15042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'Y POI.ASKE,
Plaintiff,
li.\X POLA8KE,
| Defendant
JOAN l'ol.\SKE.
. .o M KS. OEoRC.IA MA HSU
jir*-j IVi-i 12th Avi rue
Denver, Colorado Ho^n4
mi JOAN POLA8KE are hereby
kifH- Miro' has i.....n filed against you,
Id >-ou an' required to serve a copy
> our Answer or Pleading to the
II of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
fton.ey. BERNARD A. WIBDRR.
17 IJncolti Itoad, Miami Beach.
33139 and file the original
swvr or Pleading i"n the office of'
Chv-k of the Circuit Court on or
ore the lith day of November.
If you fall to do so, judrni. in by
IkiiII will he taken against you for
rt-tief demanded in the Hill of
. mduint.
Iv^NK AND ORDERED at Miami.
I rioK. this 1st day of October, All.
E. n. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Counlv, Florida
My: I.. SNKKDKN
Deputy Clerk
lin-ult Court Seal)
"K.R.NAHD A. WIBDBR
lionicy for I'lainllff
10/4-ll-lX-:.-
DAyenu
LEGAL NOTICE
>

BY HENRY LEONARD
5
| "My mom's got me so brainwashed .
decided to marry a Jewish girl.'
ve
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBHKUY UIVEN thai
ill.- uiiilersivn.il. desiring to en^aa;e in
liusiuess under the fictitious name "I
APEX SALES i''i at M4Q N.W 16th
sireei, .Miami. Intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County, Florida
APEX SUPPLY IN"',
it Florida Corp.
9/Z-i:7 in 4-11
NOTICE UNDER j
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CflVEN thai
Ho- undersign. .1. desiring lo nance in
business under tin fi.-mious names of [
A-l TEMPORARY HELP; A-l Tl-:.\i
PORART LABOR; A I TEMPORARY
SERVICE; ai :,::4 N. .Miami Avenue, I
Miami, Florida, intends to reglstei
said names wiih the Clerk of the Clr- '
CUlt Court of Hade County, Florida. I
A-l LABOR INC
9/20-27 1'4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. U-14657
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CBFERINt' in INZALEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HBRM1KIA K OONZALBZ,
Defendant.
TO; HERMINIA E. OONZAUCZ
71 Patterson Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey
You. MKHMINIA E. IIONZALHZ, are
hereby notified thai a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, SIDNEY BPRON-
SON, 61:' Ainsley Bldg Miami, Florida
21132, and ill. Hie original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
31 si day of tii toli.r, 196*. If you fail to
do so. Judgment 1>> default will be
aI., a against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
M THB JEWISH KIXHUIHAN.
DONE ASP oRDEHED at Miami.
Florida, this S3rd day of September.
A.M. 19SK.
K. B l.EATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad* County. Florida
My: N. A. HEWETT,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFftONSON, E.-quire
BIS Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33)133
9/tl 10/4-11-18
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
[DADE COUNTYIN CHANCERY
No. 68.15023
JDRF.ATHA SMITH,
{Plaintiff,
vs.
IXiHBVELT SMITH,
11 defendant.
ID: ROOSEVELT SMITH
Residence I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a P.ill
Complaint for invoice has been
lied against you. ami you are re- .
|uirt-d tii serve a ropy of your Answer
rfc-ading to the Hill of Complaint I
the Plaintiff's Attorney, CHAR- I
LoTTE J BARK AN, Mil Ainsley
"Building, Miami. Florida 33132 and
Be Che Original Answer or Pleading
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit CVuirt on or liefore the tlth day
of November, ii"'.*. if you fail to do
judgment by default* will he taken
HKainxt you for the relief .1. Ill.....I. .1
iii the Hill ,,f Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
leueb week for four consecutive weeks
[In the Jewish Florldlan.
Is.NB AND OKDRRKD at Miami.
Honda, ihls 1st day of October, l!n;x.
Fl H LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, F'lorlda
By: <". P. COPK-r-A.Vll
Meoutv Cl.-rk
< HAHI.OTTK J. HAltKAN, ESQ.,
1111 Ainsley I luii,i,,u.
[Miami, Florida 821 Jj
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tel. 371-5864
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 8-14H3
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.VN'X H. "SOFF
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN C.. OOFF
Defendant
To: JOHN C/d Otlia M. 'tnfff
i aledonia Avenue
Laur.-iiliurg. N You. John <;. fioFF. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Compl.i.nt lor
Divorce has been Bled against you.
and you are required lo serve a copy
of >our Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on tfiv Plaintiff's at-
torney' I.AWKENCEI l!OU.ANI>l;.K.
Suit) v'7. fly National Hank RUilu-
ing iii Weal Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida 33130 and file Ho- riglnal
Vnswer or Pleading iii the office of
Hie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
lfore the ttrd day of October, 1888.
If you fail lo do no, ludgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for Hie
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
P This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oKIIHAN
IXiNF: AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this 16th day of September
A.D. mM8. ,
E H LBATHERMAN, < jerk
Circuit Court. Had. County. Florida
By: N. A 11 i:\YETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1-AYVKENCE 1 HOLLANDEO
3fi West FHagler Street. Suite 817
Miami. Florida
A,,ncy for Plaintiff^ ^ ^^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTYCIVIL ACTION
No. 68-14471
DORA 'VHIOHAM.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARNOLD ALTO WHI'illAM,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
lo ARNOLD Al.T'i WHIOHAM
Residence unknow n
You, ARNOLD ALTO WHIOHAM,
are lier.bv notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against y,.u.
and yog are retiulred to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff'.- Attorney,
ARTHt'RJ. YVOI.FSoN. 4".". His.ayne
iluilding, Miami. Florida. 33130, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
i uii t'oun on or before the 'J4th day
of October. l!":v If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be lak.-n
against you for the relief demanded
ill the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/>ltlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this L'Oth day of September.
A.L>. 1968
E H. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dude County, Florida.
By: N. A. HEWETT.
!>l>uty Clerk.
(Circuit Court Soul)
AltTHCR J. WOLFSON
4ij Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
9 '17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 80407-C
In RE Estate of
F.LIAS HALPEllN'
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hat-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
iSstate:
You an hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of ELIAS HAI.PERN, deceased late
of Dade County, Klorida, to tbc Count}
fudges of Dad< County, and file tne
same in duplicate and'as provided in
Section 733.16, Fiorina Statutes, in
their offices in ihe County Courthouse
in Dade Counlv. Florida, within six
calendar months tram the time o
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred
I'ai.d at Miami. Florida, this U'ti.
day of September. A.D. 1968.
PHILIP THAI' and
MIA HI BEACH FIRST
NATIONAL HANK.
as t 'o-Executorg
First publication of this notice on
the 18th (lay of September. I9H8.
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFIt I'.S
Attorney! for Executors
H2n Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
9/80-J7 M 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-14032
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTIN VltD ".
Plaintiff,
vs.
OBTRUDE VISCO,
Defendant.
TO: UERTRl'DE vise >
You. 0ERTK1 DE VISCO, are here.
by notified Ilia I a Hill of I'umpuiii
for Divorce has been filed again
you, and you are required lo serve
copy of your Answer or Pleading i
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff
attorney, sail T. VON ZAMFT, |5 .
Capital Hank Hldg Miami. Florid
and file the original Answer or Plear -
ing In the office of the Clerk of tl
t'ireuit Court on or before (he Jl du
of October, 1968. If you fall to do *
Judgment by default will be tak.
against you for the relief demand-
in the BUI of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published on. -
each we.k for four consecutive weel
in THE JEWISH FI/OKIHIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Mlsn
Florida, tins il' day of Beptembi
A D. 1988
E B IJBSATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Flortds
By: E, H Lanway, Deputy Clerk
(Clruul Coun Seal)
SAIL T VON ZAMFT
ir.IL' Capital Hank Bldg.
Miami. Florida 13182
9/20-27 1" 4-11
10'4-11-t"
-r. i
H'/4-ll-18-:>ri
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
Iu-iiicks under the fictitious name of
\c.NKH AND MEHOW at 333 Ar-
ur fJodfrey Road, Miami Beach, In-
Bids to register said name with the
fJJk-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
jwnly. Florida.
HIIS W MINER
AND ME1MIW PA.
akhkk and HOSKIN PA.
orneys for Applicant
m N. Blscayne Blvd
Btnii, Florida
1
9/20-27 10 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fh litious name oi
EVE LYNN at 1*4 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. Intends to register saw
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Daile County, Florida.
EVELYN BLI'HM
flEOROE NK'Hi il,AS
Attorney for Applicant
IW N.W: Hth Avenue Miaml^^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY tSIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
(il'RWITZ ASSOCIATES al 2065 N.B
123rd Street. North Miami, intends to
register said name wllh the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade Counlv,
Florida.
EMIL niHWlTZ
h/l'-:'7 n>. 4-n
---------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 01
COLONY coi'RTS at 700 South Dixie
Highwio. Coral 'iables. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
County. rTorida.^ haur|s
ENTERPRISES. INO.
Uv Harris Goldberg. President
scm.issEL. snir.it ft OROS8
Attorneys for
Hi.hard Hams Enterprises, ini
By; Jerry A Gross ^ ^_ ^^
---------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tSIVKN that
he und.rs.gn.d. desiring to pngago In
business under ih.- flctlllotH name of
V -oKS. BRANT, AGRON AND
' i'iseuman ai 12878 Blscayne Bou-
levard. North Miami.. Fla Intend to
realster mid name with the "k,"'
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
"dRA BROOKE. BRANT, AQRON
AND MKISKLMAN
PROFESSIONAL ASSM 1ATION
SI'ARBEH AND R08KTN PA.
Attorney for ApptTcaDt
ion N. Blacayne BiviL
Miami. Florida (|/.,(| .,. )0 4_,,
-----------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
| b."i..e-s under the fictitious name
of BIRD HOUSE at 369B Weal Flagler
.i 'am' Florida Intends t<>
register said name with the Clerk of
,,? mult Court of Dade ounty.
B*>rWa" nt.poN.mc
By: Sally Louise Giles
-ident
I_*W OFFICES OF
IliWIN .1. BLOCK
Attorneys for
(;n IN, INC.
10th Fl.. Dade Federal Building
Ini E Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131 (|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring engage
in business under the fictitious name
.1 GABI i:s PI A'/.A at Coral Gables,
Dade County, Florida Intends to re-
glsler said name with th*' Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EM WIEI. EDKI.S'I'I'.IN
OBI IROR <".' I.DHi.i ii >\|
JOSEPH KRACAI'BR
RICHARD and NELSON
A llorneys
tlrta Ulii-oln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
1(1, 4-1I-18-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-14336
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BETTY JANE McMA.NI S.
Plaintiff.
\ s
ALBERT LAMON McMANI'S,
Defelidanl.
TO: ALBERT LAMuN M. I \Nl'S
5982 Allen Road
Miibiliiiii. Georgia
You, ALBERT LAMON McMANI'S,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been llbd
against you. and you are required 10
serve ;i copy of your Answ r or plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint oil Ihe
'Plaintiff's attorney, SAUL T VoN
ZAMFT. 1512 Capital liana: Building,
Miami. Florida 33132 and file the
; original Answer or Pleading III the
I office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Lst day 01
November, l!">V If you fail to do so,
judgment by d, fault will be 'nk. n
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive v/eeks
in THE JEWISH PLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lMh day of September
A.D. ISM
B B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: M CAVAI.AR1S
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAIL T. VON ZAMFT
1T. 11; Capital Bank Hldg.
Miami. Florida 83192
Attornev for Plaintiff
9/20-21 10/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-14003
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARILYN W OZANNB,
Plaintiff
ward l! OZANNB. ',
I lefellilallt
TO: WAISD It. OZANNB
DET 1','..' O.W.
Box 14 1398
AI'O s.in Francisco, f"::::7
You. WARD R o/.ANNi:. are her. -
by notified that a Hill of ( nmplnn
for Divorce has been filed against yoi
and you are required to serve a eor
,,f vour Answer or Pleading to t! -
Miiiof Complaint on the piaintirra a'
lorney. MANIEL ZAIAC. -'. 8.V
"7ih \venue. Miami. Florida, isl-
and file Ihe original Answer or Plea.
ing in the office of the Clerk M
Circuit Court "ii or before the .1 dli
,,f Oeiol.er. 1968 ii" you rail i" do -
illdglli.nl b> default will 1"
iuralnsl you for the relief demand-
in the Bill "I Complaint
This notice shall l published on.
each week for four ronaerutlvc""**> '
j, THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN.
DOVE NNH (ORDERED at Minn
Florida, this 12 day of Beptegfb.
* D f:"'p. LBATHERMAN, 'l-rk.
Circuit Court, Dad. County, Flnrini
By: N. A. Hewett. Depuly ( lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MANI-KL ZAIAC
627 SAY '-'Tih Ave,
Miami. Fin. 331:;:. j-a.ee 10/4-11
are h- ri
nt Complnli
filed again-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT. IN AND FOR DADE
COUN TY. FLORIDA
Nj. 68-14175
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, NICHOLAS A POMBNTO
Plaintiff,
vs
DOROTHY I POMBNTO
li.i. n.lanl.
YOI', IsiltoTllY J POMKNTO,
residence address: Route One, Mingo
[Junction, Ohio (3938, are required n>
] file vour answer lo lb-- -oinplaint fm
Divorce with ih. Clerk of the above
Court and s.rve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Bsq., 1810-11 Congress
Hi.ig.. Miami. Florida, on or before
October -1st. 1988, or else complain!
will be taken as confessed. Dated
September 16th, 1968.
!: H LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c P Coi'eland
,./l'ii-:'7 10 4-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80364-B
In RE: BstaU m
IS IRA ZA BROWSE Y
II.',-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha^
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are h.r.by notified and requir-
ed io present an) claims and -l- ma ids
.which --ii may have against tl.....*-
late "i DORA KABROW8KY deceas-
ed late "i Da.ie County, Florida, to
the Couniy Judges of bade County,
and file ihe same in duplicate and is
provide.I iii Section 733.16, Florida Bta
tutes, in the offices In ihe Counts
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within si\ calendar months from (lie
. time >.f the first publication hereof, or
the -alii, will be barred.
Dai.-.l at Miami, Florida, ibis 16th
day of September, A d 1988.
M \\ I LI.I AM SMITH
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
Hie 20th da] of September, 19418
SIMON, HAY ES,
fc Cltl VDWEIt"!
Attorney for Estate
301 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
9/20-21 in 4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-14737
EVA 11AVA SACHS.
Plaintiff
vs.
TIHERI" SACHS.
Defendant
TO" TIBERlo SACHS
RUS Ma i'-r Sertorio
-,:,-, First Floor
San Paul--. Bra7.il
I You. TIHEISIO SAC
hv notified that a Bill
ionv of vour Answer or I leadrnt t
2 ;:!,v;f,w"v,T^1sM,MoouE,,,v
CO--T WZ. 1008 Ainsley Ruildin.
,h.. Clerk of the Circuit Court tm ;
,.fr.. ... 8th -lay of November. ,,-.-
' If vou fail i" do so. judgment by !
(fault Will be taken again-. >oU l- ;
| the relief demanded hi the Bill n
This notice -hall be published
! each week for four consecutive w.-i,
,;, THE JEWISH FI/ORIDIAN.
DONE \ND ORDERED Wtont
Flnridn, 'his 26th day of Beptemb.
K It LBATHERMAN, Cler*.
Clrcull Court, Dad. Counts Florida
Hv: r P c. ipf.i.and
1 >, i.utv Clerk
(Clr. nil .'..iirt s, all
w \ i Ti-i-s:. moorE &
i i 1ST W/.O
I ions Ainsley Building. Miami. Florida
By: Arthur D Deckelman
Attorneys for Plaintiff
IN THE rotlNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80643-A
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD LEVTN80N
D............1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persona llax -
log claims or Demands Against Bni-4
Estate:
You are herebj notified and reqtin
. d in present any claims and d.maii-i-
whiih von tii'i* have against ihe en
tale of i'hw mid lexinson decent
e.l lai. I in.I. County. Florida, to Hi
Counts Judge* of bade County, am
file ih- same In dunllcate Bnd as nro
vlded in Section 733.16, Florida Bta
lilies, in ih.ir offices in the Couni
Ci.iii-i1ii,ii-i iii Dade County. Florida
within li calendar months from thi
lime of ih- fleet publication hereof
..I ihe same will be barred
Dnted at Miami, Florida, this SOU
da) of s. -. mi., r, \ D 1988
s I'll VI 1 is W.M'IIM W
- MACRICB LEVINSON
Vs Ex. elllors
I'i.-i oiil.ii, :iii,,n of this notice on
1 the tm- .l-.v of i lotobor. 1968
I IN K P' tN
.fYERS, K M" AN -v PORTER
Alii nni'v f-.r Exe.-ulors
I I 180 S W t-l SI reel
Miami, Plorlda :ni30
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