The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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T "Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 41 Number 42
Miami, Horida. Friday. October 18. 1968
Two Sections Price 2
Arab Trainees Canvass Miami Area Gunshops
^m JACOB CHERNOFSKY i bv this writer disclosed that ornnnc iThs lauuiah vImMim .. -_. i -:.. t__j__- .-,.. ..... -*
Managing Editor
Arab nationals currently being
Hd at Homestead Air Force
Tin connection with the sale
|erican jet planes to Jordan,
een canvassing gunshops in
^?wntown Miami area, spend
jusands of dollars on small
purchases to take back to
A purvey 'if downtown gunshops
I of jrdl^r ^^ !i*S?l!!S! 135* ?iS"'1^^?11"1 ?f "^ ^^ I ** J0'**"1" P"t nd IS sround spokesman said that the Jordan-
01 Jordanian trainees have made by the Jordanians to purchase crew personnel arrived for training ;nr. u
repeated visits to the stores seek- | guns, said that the first group vis- ; early in September It was only f '^ **" be'ng ,ra'"ed '" con"
mg mainly Smith and Wesson .38 j ited his store about the middle of week after their arrival that the ntc,l0n w,,h a March 1966 aircraft
| caliber "Bodyguard" revolvers. I September and returned week after Jordanians began their quest for *"'* agreement." That agreement
The Jordanians bought all the guns
j of this type available to them and
left orders for other types of small
arms also. The guns sell for more
than $100 each in the Miami shops.
Abe Trunks, a proprietor of one
of the shops, who first informed
week to buy guns. He said he did
not sell them any.
A spokesman for the Homestead
Air Force Base confirmed to The
Jewish Floridian that a group of
Jordanian nationals was currently
training at the base. He said that
arms in the Miami area.
Most of the Arab trainees who
bought guns listed as their reasons
for the purchases "for official use"
or "for gifts" or "for personal
use."
The Homestead Air Force Base
provided for the sale to Jordan of
F 104 jets.
The spokesman said that such
training was "standard practice in
connection with sale of military
equipment" and was being provid-
Continued on Page 3-A
AJCongress In Suit
Dn Catholic Colleges
IRTFORD. Conn. (JTAi A
lyers' suit challenging the al-
n of Federal funds to four
die-affiliated colleges in Con-
frut may develop into a direct
Mk on tlic constitutionality of
Ytions of the 1963 Higher Educa-
facilities Act which have been
reted as permitting public
to religious institutions, an
Mean Jewish Congress aide
Bkere this week.
Leo Pfeffer, special counsel of
RjCongress, said the constitu-
Saulity of the legislation would
be challenged before the I'.S Su-
preme Court if the Federal Court
in New Haven finds that officials
el the U.S. Department of Health,
ition and Welfare did not act
perly in channeling grants to
tha Catholic colleges.
Tfc officials are defendants in a
tnit filed in the Federal Court last
week on behalf of 15 Connecticut
resident- It charges that grants
made to the four institutions vio-
lated both the intent of the 1963
law and the Constitutional guaran-
teatof religious liberty and church-
State separation contained in the
Fiflt Amendment. The schools in-
volved are Sacred Heart Univer-
sity, Fairlield University, Annhurst
I INSTITUTE WARNS
ideast War
ill Involve
per Powers
JDON (JTA)Another Arab-
war would "almost inevita-
blj*Mnvolve the United States and
thalovi.; I iiion. the Institute for
Strategic Studies warned this week.
lTfce Institute released a study
thatibund the danger of miscalcu-
lation in the Middle Fast to be
"conjklcrable." It warned that the j
growing Soviet power in the Medi-
terranean will make it increasing
ly dMficult for the U.S. to consider
eveam partial withdrawal.
A .major point stressed was that i
^^^P influence over Egypt is now
pond that of the U.S. in Is-
The Institute attached great
mce to the control by each
of its client states. The re-
iggested that the Super
"rather than just contain-
Bah other will find themselves
together to contain con
lain point troubling the lnsti-
Continued on Pago 12-A
College and Albertus Magnus Col-
lege.
Mr. I'tetter. who will serve as
chief counsel to the complainants,
said that more than $1.6 billion in
Federal funds have been granted
for college instruction in the past
four years and an estimated 10 per-
cent of this has gone to religiously
oriented institutions.
The suit is being sponsored by
the AJCongress and the Connecti-
cut Civil Liberties Union.
DECISION ON JETS
Israelis Hail
Johnson Move
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Prime Soviet arms into the region which.
Minister l.evi Eshkol expressed he said, had upset the balance and
this week his "deep appreciation" created new dangers,
of President Johnson's "activities
IFO PfcT'fR
Holiday Demonstrations
Support Jews In USSR
NEW YORK In a demonstra- rallies were taped by the Voice of
tion of solidarity with the Jews of | America for broadcasting to Mos-
the Soviet Union, over 3,000 young
American Jews gathered in Cen-
tral Park Mall where thousands
congregate each year to mark the
celebration of Simchat Torah.
The New York demonstration
was similar to 27 other gatherings
held in cities throughout the United
States on behalf of Soviet Jews
who are still denied free religious
and cultural expression.
The gatherings in the United
States also launched a nationwide
campaign for one million signa-
tures on a petition to United Na-
tions Secretary-General U Thant.
that he urge the Soviet Union "to
fulfill the promise of individual
dignity and liberty inherent in its
own Constitution and by its signa-
ture on the Universal Declaration
of Human Rights."
The New York and Washington
rallies heard statements from Pres-
idential candidates Richard M. Nix-
on and Hubert 11. Humphrey Both
cow. In addition. Kol Israel, the
Israel state radio, taped the New
York rally and will broadcast parts
of it to Russia from Israel.
According to an informed source,
more than a dozen American Jew-
ish youths, many from religious
groups, have flown to Moscow to
be with Russian Jews at the Sim-
chat Torah celebration there and
to tell them of the solidarity dis-
plays in the West.
According to Rabbi Jacob Gold-
berg, chairman of the Central Park
demonstration, Simchat Torah is
the one day of the year when So-
viet Jews are permitted to dance
outside of their few remaining syn-
agogues to symbolize their attach-
ment to Judaism. He said it was
hoped that news of the demonstra-
tions in the U.S. and Canada would
reach the Russian Jews "to let
them know we understand what
they are doing and why they are
Continued on Pago 6-A
in the cause of peace" in the Mid
die East and said that the Presi-
dent's directive to Secretary of
State Dean Rusk to begin negotia-
tions for the sale of supersonic
jet planes to Israel was "a step
!n th" direction of deterring ag-
gression."
Mr. Ehkol said trnt in his
conversations with President John-
son, when they met at the LB.I
Ranch in Texas last January, he
had found the President to be
"well acquainted with Israel's
security problems and aware of
her needs.
He said that "a balance of arma-
ments in the Middle East is the
best guarantee of avoiding wars"
and referred to the large influx of
While the Presidents directive
to Mr. Rusk did not specify which
supersonic jet would be sold to
Israel, there was little doubt here
'hat he meant the F-4 Phantom jet
fighter-bomber.
Military experts here said the
:>hantoms could be absorbed into
the Israel Air Force within a rela-
tively short time but pointed out
'hat their delivery date depended
entirely on the U.S. Even if
negotiations were to begin im-
mediately, it would take several
months before the first plane ar-
rived in Israel, one source said.
He added that -past experience
vith the U.S. indicated that the de-
livery of the pianos would be
gradual, inasmuch as the Phantoms
Continued on Pago 10-A
Youth Arrested in Attack
On Tomb Of Patriarchs
TEL AVIV (JTA) Police re-
ported that a 17-year-old Hebron
high school student has confessed
to throwing the hand grenade that
injured 47 Israeli civilians visiting
the Patriarchs' Tomb in Hebron
this week.
The youth, identified as Addin
Rashid Geit. was apprehended
within 12 hours after the incident.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
CONSTRUCTION SLATED FOR NEXT YEAR
Federation Purchases Building Site
told newsmen that punitive meas-
ures were likely to be taken against
several other Hebron residents
known to have cooperated with
young Geit.
Police said the student was ar-
rested in the course of an investi-
gation that began immediately
after the blast and which resulted
in the arrest and questioning of
many Hebron residents. After his
confession he cooperated with po-
lice and reconstructed the episode,
police sources said.
In an address to Israeli war vet-
erans. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
denounced the grenade attack as
an outrage. Shiekh Mohammad Ali
Continued on Page 13-A
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration announced this week that
it had purchased property on Bis-
cayne Blvd. at 40th St. as the site
for its new building to be con-
structed next year.
Leon Kaplan. Federation presi-
dent, said that the property, with
300 front feet on Biscayne Blvd..
was purchased from Palm Beach
Trust Company-Bessemer Proper-
ties at a cost of $300,000.
The purchase followed a three-
year study of various sites by a
committee headed by Leo Eisen-
stein, prominent realtor and for-
mer builder.
Initial plans call for the con-
struction of a two-story building
with an overall 25.000 square feet
of floor space. The new structure
is expected to cost about $400,000
with construction slated to begin
early next year.
A number of Federation agen-
cies as well as other Jewish com-
munal organizations are expected
to occupy part of the new building.
Among those agencies planning
to make their headquarters in the
building are the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the local chapter of
the National Council of Jewish
./omen.
In addition to Federation offi-
ces, the new building will house a
board room for the Federation and
its agencies, meeting rooms and
smaller rooms for the use ef the
agencies and an auditorium-meet-
ing room seating 100 persons.
The Federation's projected com-
puter system is also expected to be
Continued on Pago 8-A
IN THIS ISSUE ...
Alsop 4.A Obituary 13-B
Bar Mitivah 12-B Peaple-Places 3B
Book Review 13-A Real la tat* 11-B
CanOhgn.ing 10A Sermon 10.A
Cohen Dining 6-A 10-B Sneider Synagogues Torah 12-A 10-A 10-A
Editorials 4-A TV 10-A
Engagem'ti 6-B Weddings 6-B
Features 14. A Woman-e
Lehrman 6-B World SB
Letters 8-A Zipp 7-B


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New Soviet-Arab Deal
WASHINGTON (JTA) United \
Slates officials were said to be in- !
ireasingly concerned over reports
of a major new Soviet arms agree-
ment with Egypt and pledges of
diplomatic support to achieve an
eventual Arab victory over Israeli
In the form of a political solution
cf the Middle East conflict.
The pro-Israeli sources, whose
previous reports have been de-
scribed as "strikingly accurate," ;
said the arms deal calls among >
ether things for the delivery to
Egypt by mid-1969 of 100 to 150
supersonic SU-7 and MIG-21 jet
fighter* and 500 tanks equally di-
vided between T-54s and T-55s, the
latter with an infra-red guidance
system that helps direct accurate
artillery fire up to a range of 1200
yards. Stressing that the Soviet-
Egyptian arms deal was not and
never has been contingent on the
American supply of F-4 Phantom
jets to Israel, the sources describe
it as "part of a long range Soviet
penetration of the Arab world" and,
claim that it would have come
about whatever the US did with
regard to Israel.
Observers with long experience i
in the Middle East were said to ;
believe that while the Soviet Union
is willing to reach pragmatic agree-
ments to avoid a confrontation
with the U.S. in other areas, it
shows no signs of agreeing to peace
in the Middle East and similar un-
derdeveloped regions where it be-
lieves it can expand its influence
faster than the U.S. can contain it. |
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Groniyko have met in New York
where both were present for the
23rd session of the United Nations
General Assembly. President John-
son's announcement last week that
he has directed Mr. Rusk to initi-
ate negotiations with Israel for the
ESHK01 DENOUNCES
SOVIET 'SLANDERS'
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol this
week denounced Soviet lead-
ers for "seeing fit once again
to spread malicious talcs
about aggressive intentions
of Israel, of all countries."
Referring to the Tass state-
ment charging Israel with
"dangerous provocations"
against the Arab countries,
the Premier said that the
Soviets were spreading such
slanders now "just as they
did prior to the Six-Day War
when they spread vicious lies
of alleged Israeli concentra-
tions on the Syrian border."
sale of American supersonic mili-
tary aircraft was seen here as a
sign that Mr. Gromyko rejected
any cooperation with the U.S. to
limit arms shipments to the Middle
East until Israel evacuates the Si-
nai Peninsula and other territories
it occupied in the June, 1967 war.
the New York Times reported.
Since the Rusk-Gromyko talks,
details of a four-point Soviet-Egyp-
tian military political accord have
begun to emerge. According to pro-
Israeli sources, the Soviets will
supply Egypt with armed forces
"sufficient to help retrieve, within
two to five years, all territory lost
to Israel in June, 1967."
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o Graduate of U. of Miami Law School
o Former Municipal Judge, City North Miami Beach
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o Married Has 4 Children
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Arabs Canvass Miami Gunshops
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uoveinnienl.
The pilots are here lor four-
month periods and the ground
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are training under the supervision
of the 319th Fighter Squadron.
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projects and goals of the Chamber
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of the Twentieth Century "
Fascell, Thompson
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tween Congressman Dante Fascell
and his Republican challenger,
Mike Thompson.
Dr. Thomas Wool of the govern-
ment department of the University
.if Miami, television political com-
mentator, will moderate the pro-
gram, which is free and open to
the public, according to Aviva
president. Mrs Howard Trinz.
A debate on the respective can-
didacies of Vice President Hubert
II. Humphrey and the GOP nom-
inee, Richard M. Nixon, will pit
Democratic Stale Rep. Kenneth
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Volume 41
Numbar 42
Delivery Of Phantoms
Must Be Made Soon
President Johnson's announce-
ment last week that he had instructed
Secretary of State Dean Rusk to start
negotiations on the sale of super-
scr.ic jet fiqhter-bombers to Israel is.
c: course a welcome develonment
:.r. lhe continuinq crisis in the Middle
Ert.
The President, however, did not
specifically indicate that he had
rr.cde a final decision to sell the
planes to Israel nor was it specified
that he meant the F-4 Phantom jets
thai Israel is seekinq.
The announcement was undoubt-
edly spurred by the fact that the So-
viet Union ha-! shown no indication
of cominq to an nqreement to halt
the arms race in the reaion as well
cs bv confirmation of T=rael's lonq-
stendinq claims that Moscow has
committed itself to massive shipments
o.J sophisticated jets.
The task of nsaotiatinq the sale
o: jets to Israel doubtless comes as
= grudqinq chore to the State De-
portment where it is still hoped that
the mere threat of such a sale will
bring the Kremlin around to our way of think-
ir.c.
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Nevertheless, the decision by President
Jc.-.nson can be a major contribution to peace
cr.d stability only if the planes are delivered
scon. Russia needs to know that the United
Slates will not tolerate the massive arms im-
balance that threatens the security of the Jew-
ish State.
The actual shipment of the planes by the
U...ted States will make it unmistakably clear
that there is no point in an arm3 race and the
acquisition of the supersonic jets will help Is-
rael show her determination to avert war by
preparations aimed at deterring aggression.
Shopping For Souvenirs
The contrast between Israel's efforts for
pece by maintaintr.a a strong military posture
and the hostile attitude of the Arab states was
brought home this week bv the disclosure
olishr'd bv The Jewish Floridian of the activi-
ties of Jordanian trainees at Homestead Air
Fc.-ce Base in canvassing Miami gur.shops for
v.- e a pens.
Here fcr only a short time for instruction
in the ooerat;on and r-.cirv.e-anc"1 of military
circraft already supplied bv the United States,
the Jordanians lest no time in rounding up
weapons which can very easily find their way
into the hands of terrorist forces ooerating from
Jordan territory.
Time was when a visitor to our shores
might hasten to the nearest camera or appli-
ance shop to purchase the latest model of some
product aimed at making home life more
pleasant.
It certainly reflects little credit to the Jor-
denian vi itors that weaoons take hiaher prio-
rity on their shopping lists than transistor radios
or phonographs.
nation vigorously deny that they were in any
way motivated by anti-Semiti3m. The leadei
of that effort. Sen. Griffin of Michigan, even
made private efforts to establish this fact
among his own constituents. Ssn. Fulbriqhl
suggested Arthur Goldberg, anot.ier Jew. :o.
the post.
Nevertheless, anti-Semitism was involved
in the struggle and was the basis of organized
letter-writing campaigns against the nomir. :.c .
even though the ma:or opponents them*
deny that anti-Semi ism was their motive.
The entire issue should serve as a remit: jer
to all cf us that much qround remains to be
covered in the struggle for e~uaii'.v am one all
segments of our society a struqg'e that
Justice Fortes himself had helped to adva.-.c:
throughout his career and a cause that he v..
continue to champion as long cs he rema:
on the Supreme Court cf our lar.d.
Epilogue On Fortas Case
While the struggle over the abortive Abe
Fortas nomination is now a matter of history,
it is certain that the last has not yet been
written on the matter cni that the case will
occupy political writers and historians for years
re come.
Those who successfully opposed the nomi-
JNF National Assembly
This weekend, the Jewish National F
holds its national assembly in Flew Yoi
review the work of this vital or-rra.-.iz.rtion r .i
to set plar-s for the year anead.
Dedicated to the development of Israel's .
resources, the JNF has an illustrious his'orv o'
vital contributions to the welfare of the Jewish
State.
Since its establishment, the Jewish National
Fund has demonstrated a remarkable abilitv tc
dapt its program and efforts to the particular
needs cf each era.
In the period that began with the changes
brought bv the Six-Day War. the JNF has be
gun to meet some of the greatest challenges cf
its history.
Often overlooked is the role that the Jewish
National Fund has olaved in the deve!oDmnt
of American Jewry and its ties with the Holy
Land.
Through the years, the JNF has brouqht
lews closer to the practical realization of the
ideals cf Zion and has enabled every family
to be part of the upbuilding of the land.
Always supported by all segments of the
community, the JNF has also served as a unify-
ing force and has afforded a common goal for
American Jewry to strive for.
ri
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Wallace's Leverage
WASHINGTON Who remem-
bers how terrorized three quar-
ters of Congress was, after the
late Sen Joe McCarthy made his
foray into Maryland, to procure
the defeat of Sen. Millard Typ-
ings'.' This needs recalling now.
because of the leverage that
George C. Wallace is just about
certain to possess in the next
Congress.
On this noint there have been
a whole series of straws in the
wind, all pointing in the same
grim direction, to which no one
has paid adequate attention.
S.>me time ago. to begin with.
Republican House leader Gerald
Ford took the unprecedented step
ot publicly telling other House
Republicans that they would not
lose their seniority if their local
situations made il necessary for
them to support Wallace instead
oi Richard M. Nixon.
Southern States
Then, just a few days ago. the
Democratic state chairman in
Missouri, Delton M. Houtehen>.
a''> declared publicly that his
pa;:y's candidates in Missouri
I tie entirely justified in ig-
noring Vice President Hubert H.
Humphrey and running strictly
on the r Own because of Wallace's
strength in that state. Several are
; JLi-.t that, although there
ire honorable exceptions like
Richard Boiling.
The same sort of thing is hap-
_ :n North Carolina, a state
that Wallace Is quite likely to
Here both of the guberna-
candidates, Republican
- Gardner and the D
.:-.: L". Guv Ho <" >cott. are
I v. allaceiti s on the
. Scott al o quite po nte I-
.. sented hii sell ft im Hum-
- recent big 11) al Char-
men who are likely to say.
won't jump."
The remarkable step taken >
State Chairman Houtchens. u
was a strong Humphrey suppo:
er at Chicago, all too clear!;,
dicates that the Wallace congr
sional leverage can extend
yond the South into border -
like Missouri And if this reporter
is any judge of form. Wa
can be counted on to selei
suitable victim-liberal in or
the Northern industrial sta
and try to deal with him in 1970
as McCarthy dealt with Tydingj
so long ago.
Permanent Party

For the truth is that the M ,
lace movement is not goin^ i
subside or go away after the
tion. Wallace will instead use
enormous card-file of contl
tors, supporters and local club'
founders to build a far more .
knit, more strongly organi/
tional movementa pern
third party, in fact.
He will undoubtedly have th
money to do this, for he ha-
ty of lunatic millionaires to
to. He clearly has the intent
doing this. And using his c
sional leverage in any way Wia".
he thinks will be helpful is
very obvious way >>f serving
obvious purpose.
I .' e's Ann':-
Independent Party has a
i m si natoi la u late
can almost I i
i .:.' d in str
term Ih refore, W i i -.'ill be
ilik ';. to h .<
b< i his new : rtj
Set al W allace
lims il c iui most
isition ex
- partj lea
Election Pattern
But weigh the evidence above-
given, ponder what Wallace is
likely to do in the future and.
above all, consider the seeming
pattern of this election. You can
then see that Wallace's congres-
sional leverage is still due to be
enormous. One must start with
the members of the House and
Senate from the Southern states.
Thoughout the South, the Wal-
lace prairie-fire is so strong that
when Wallace says "Jump," ev-
ery House and Senate member is
likely to remember what Mc-
Carthy did to Tydings before he
replies "1 wont jump." This will
apply equally to Southern Demo-
crats and Southern Republicans,
and beyond a few men like Sens
Herman Talmadge and Richard
Russell, oae can think of few
(tear Purpose
"Purpose' is indeed the k'
v r 1 You could call the late S
McCarthy all sorts of names n
i)!' them fully Justified, but j
could not call him a Fascist w
any accuracy, simply because
had no visible purpose b
making a big public splas
was a chancer. He had no pla'
aim. nor organiziu-t n >
G orge Wllace differs from v
Cartl j in all these respects
has a clear plan and ai
nate American politic- ai
;: ; -o reach the I
House If you study the i
h ipeful forecasts, showi
n moi rats narrow!) n l
c ntrol if the House
thai here between i i
cent and one half of the pr
live House Democrats will
sponsive to Wallace.
In short, we have her.' er
food for unpleasant though:
last for many poisonous meals
Copyright lt*V. tf> WahintoJ
p,t r> i. -->,.jt.-.l by l Ai "*"
Tim** Svndir-ata.


Friday, October 18. 1968
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Emanu-El Day School To
Be Nanied For Lehrman
the school, which has more than 'inue to be open to member- of
135 students from kindergarten (ther congregations, in additii to
through the -ixth grade, will con- congregants of Temple Eman<. ?...
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RABBI IRVING UHRMAH
Rene Cassin Gets
Nobel Peace Prize
PARIS. (JTA) The Nobel Peace
Prize was awarded this week to 81
year-old Prof. Rene Cassin, by the
Norwegian Parliament. The oc-
casion for the grant was not speci-
fied but it is bel recognition of Prof. Cassin's long
career as a champion of peace and
human rights.
The recipient is a law graduate
from the University of Aix and
was one of the first Frenchmen
1o join Gen. Charles de Gaulle
when he established his Free
French government in London on
June 20, 1940.
Immediately after the war. Prof.
Cassin represented France on the
War Crimes Commission and was
later one of the main sponsors of
the United Nations Declaration of
Human Rights. In recent years he
has been active in international
law and in human rights causes
in Europe and Africa.
Prof. Cassin is cha'rman of the
European Court on Human R-hts
in Strasbourg and a former chair-
man of the UN Commission on
Human Rights. He is honorory
president of the French Council of
State, which is comparable to the
United States Supreme Court.
Messages of congratulations were
sent to the new laureate by Secre-
tary General U Thant of the Unit-
ed Nations and by Dr. Nahum Gold
n-.ann. president of the World Jew-
ish Congress.
The 10-year-old day school of
Temple Emanu-El will be named
in honor of Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader ot the Miami Beach
synagogue for ;he pa.-t 25 years.
Dedication of the educational in-
stitution at 727 77th St. will be a
highlight of tne Silver Ann.versify
Tribute Bail in honor of Kabbi
Lehrman Nov. 21 at the Diplomat
Hotel.
Th> irvin Lehrman Day School
of Temple Emanu-El will be affili-
ated wnh the Solomon Schechter
Day School movement sponsored
by the Jewish Thelogical Seminary
of America and by the United
i Synagogue of America.
Announcement of the designa-
tion of the school, largest educa-
tion facility in the South under the
I auspices of a Conservative congre-
gation, was made by Samuel N.
Israel's Opponents
Are Sore Losers
In Soccer Play
MEXICO CITY (JTA)A Ghana
i ian soccer team, enraged by its 5-3
defeat by an Israel team during
the Olympic soccer matches h""
| attacked Israeli players and tour-
j nament officials, touching oi. .i
i wild melee on the playing field as
soon as the game was over.
They beat Israeli players with
fists and feet and continued to kick
them as they writhed on the
ground. A French referee who bad
warned a Ghanaian player for butt-
ing and rough play during the
game was also beaten.
Though badly hurt, the Israeli
players restrained themselves and
did not retaliate. They were res
cued by police. Israeli officials said
later they would not lodge an offi-
cial protest against the Ghanaian?.
Though hard fought, the match
itself was not especially rough,
considering the nature of the game
Nevertheless, several players of
both teams were sent off the field
and a 'umber were cautioned.
Friedland, cSairman of the board,
and by Joseph Cohen, president of
Temple Emanu-El.
The decision to name the Irving '
Lehrman Day School was made at
a meeting of the .synagogue's offi-
cers, directors and trustees
"We voted unanimously to honor
our beloved and esteemed spiritual
leader for several reasons, the main
one being his 25 years of dedicated
and devoted service," Mr. Fried-
land declared.
'Dr. Lehrman's primary interest
has been in the field of Jewish
education," Mr. Cohen pointed out,
"and his leadership in establishing
the day school and developing the
temple's entire education system
has inspired all of us.
"The rabbi is so closely identified
with Temple Emanu-El that the
name of the Irving Lehrman Day
School will help in obtaining recog-
nition of our congregation's role in
strengthening comprehensive edu-
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A Time Of Fright
I shall Ik- at a convention in
Denver on Election Day. Thus. I
will have voted before most of
you. thanks to the absentee ballot.
It's a small bit of irony voting
this way. since this was the year
J was tempted to absent myself
from the polls for the first "time
in some 30 years.
It isn't difficult at all not to vote
f r any of the presidential can-
didates: none inspires a feeling of
confidence in his ability to lead
a nation in sore trouble. How-
ever, for me ;ii least, the voting
fcabit is hard to kick
Altd so i< the habit of voting .i
straight Democratic ticket, which
1 intend to do. This may not sur-
prise many who have me pegged
quite accurately as a vestigial
New Dealer (consider the age. the
religion and the type of work and
any computer could tell you that.)
But it does surprise me a little.
No pollster has asked me (none
r\rr has), but until very recently
1 could be counted among the
"undecided." It takes a heap of
courage to vote for Nixon but. for
at least one reason, this seemed
the least of the impending evils.
That reason being the obvious
fact that only the crushing defeat
cf the old Democratic party could
bring about the reformation of a I
party which ayain would repre-
sent the moderate liberal forces
in this country, and freshen the
tired imaue a- shown by a Rich
ard Daley.
I still believe this But I am
also aware of the strong possibili-
ty that the imminent defeat of
Hubert Humphrey could be so
devastating that instead of a third
party movement, George Wal-
lace's mixture of lumpen-, white
working class, racists and con-
fused and frightened middle class
ments could become the sec-
ond party in this disturbed coun-
trj 'il ours ami for this to happen
v mid bo a real tragedy.
So I shall vote, at least, to
k' "i> Hie Democratic party's
franchise out ol the hands of Wal-
lace and his policemen and his
trigger-happy general.
It may be true, as the New Left
declares, that liberal democracy
is dead. Certainly war. racism
and poverty are with us after
three decades of fairly effective
control of the political power
structure. Our educational system
is a shambles, meeting neither
the needs of the dispossessed in
our society nor the elite. The call
to destroj the system which
comes from both the right and
the left is not irrational in itself.
The onl] defense the center has
is that the alternatives arc worse.
Well, for me. thai is enough.
I have lived in an age of Hitler.
Mussolini. Franco, Stalin am
Mao and I know what the right
and the left have to offer the
people and. more particularly.
the .lew.
Neither the Wallace people nor
the new leftists will accept the
labels of the pastand there are
real differences, make no mis-
take about thatbut the patterns
are too similar not to be seen as
what they are and we must not
accept either one.
This being the Year of the
Greal Fright. I find myself join-
ing the great American mass in
voting out of a sense of fear. Not
for the violence in the streets,
wnicn is real, nor for the war in
Viet Nam. which is devastating,
but lor a democracy which is im-
perfect and bumbling but for
which no substitute has yet ap-
peared on the world scene
Admittedly, this is not positive
thinking. But. while the compari-
son may seem farfetched, the
Ten Commandments come out
pretty well in the negative, and
there are times when hacking
into a solution is the Onlj course.
This is that time
Holiday Demonstrations
'52' Association to Meet
The Miami Chapter of the 52
Association of the ISA plans a
regular meeting Tuesday at H p m.
at the Palace playhouse of the
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Collins Avenue
Continued From Page 1-A
doing it and are with them in the
spirit oi Simchal Torah."
The petition addressed to Mr.
Thant points out that Premier
Alexei KosyghTs l!>ti promise to
let Soviet .lews he reunited with
then- families abroad has not been
carried out: that Jews in Ru-sia
are not permitted to publish devo-
tional literature or manufacture re-
ligious articles: that their cultural,
educational and communal insti-
tutions have been shut down: and
Games Night Set
The annual Scholarship Games
Night at the YM-YWHA of Greater
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at the Y. 85(H) SW Eighth St
Proceeds "ill benefit the YM-
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makes it possible for man) needy
youngsters to use '.he Y facilities
The event is sponsored !>> the Y
Women Mrs Sidney Rudgin is
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Mrs Sidnej Pasternak, assisted bj
Mis Sand) Bochncr,
that .lews seeking a higher educa.
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Mr. Niion visits Uriel's Prime Minister Levi Eshkol in Jerusalem,
June 21 1II7, two weeks alter the ( Day War to discuss Mid-East mattcrt.
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Richard M. Nixon Issued this
Challenge to the Administration
On September 8th .
"Israel must
possess sufficient military
power to deter an attack.
As long as the threat of Arab
attack remains direct and
imminent, suf f icient power
means the balance must
be tipped in Israel's favor."
RICHARD M. NIXON
I Nil B'RITH CONVENTION, WASHINGTON, 0. C, SEPT. I. IIS!
CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR NIXON (CommiltM In formation)... MAX M. FISHER, CHAIRMAN
450 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022

ALBERT B ADELMAN
Milwaukee, Wis.
NATHAN APPLEMAN
New York, N.Y.
OR ROCHELLE DUBNOW ASHHEIM
Chicago, III.
BERNARD H. BARNETT
Louisville, Ky.
DANIEL M. BERNHEIM
South Orange, N.J.
PETER R. BLUM
Hartford, Conn.
DAVID BOROWITZ
Chicago, III.
STEVE BROIDY
"_os Angeles, Cal.
MRS. SEYMOUR BUCHSBAUM
Los Angeles, Cal.
IRVING BURDICK
Detroit, Mich.
ROBERT B. CHATZ
Chicago, III.
JOSEPH OAROFF
Philadelphia, Pa.
LEON ELL
Miami, Fla.
IRVING MITCHELL FELT
New York, N.Y.
KM FIXMAN
St. Louis, Mo.
ABRAHAM GOODMAN
Boston, Mass.
NATHANIEL L. GOLDSTEIN
New York, N.Y.
LLOYD OOLDBERQ
Livingston, N.J.
SAMUEL HAUSMAN
New York. N.Y.
MARCO HELLMAN
San Francisco, Cal.
MVSON L. HONIGMAN
Detroit, Mich.
MORRIS JAFFEE
Dallas, Texas
KEVY KAISERMAN
Philadelphia, Pa.
RAYMOND F. KRAVIt
Tulsa. Okla.
FREDERICK E LEDERER
Chicago, III.
HON. LOUIS J. LEFKOWITZ
New York, N.Y.
OUSTAVE L LEVY
New York, N.Y.
NATHAN I. LIPSON
Atlanta, Ga.
DONALD S. LOWITZ
Chicago, III.
DAVID MARX
Rumson, N.J.
JOSEPH MEYERHOFF
Baltimore, Md.
LEX MILLER
Cleveland, Ohio
WILLIAM PALLOT
Miami, Fla.
9. RAYMOND RACKOFF
Pittsburgh, Pa.
DONALD M. ROBINSON
Pittsburgh, Pa.
GEORGE SALL
Philadelphia. Pa.
RAY SCHAFFER
'New York, N.Y.
PHILIP SEL7ER
Philadelphia, Pa.
HON. JACK I. SPERLING
Chicago, III.
HON. ARLEN SPECTOR
Philadelphia, Pa.
HON. JACOB STUCHIN
Beverly Hills, Cal.
PHILLIP STOLLMAN
Detroit. Mich.
LEONARD STRELITZ
Norfolk, Va.
EDWARD A SUISMAN
Hartford, Conn.
BERTRAM C. TACKEFF
Boston, Mass.
JULES TEPPER
South Orange. N.J.
STANLEY R. YARMUTH
Louisville, Ky,
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Friday, Octolvt 18. 1968
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ML Sinai Sets New
Health Careers Plan
A new project to provide con-
tinuing programs and services for
students interested in health ca-
reers will be launched by Mount
Sinai Hospital's Sustaining Board
of Fellows at a dinner meeting at
7 p.m. Wednesday at the hospital.
Sixty principals and guidance
counselors from high schools, jun-
ior colleges and colleges in the
Greater Miami area at this time
will be alerted to the project, first
educators a renewed awareness of
the dynamic growth of hospital
and health career opportunities
and of the urgent demand for
qualified individuals to enter these
new careers." Mr. Rosen explain-
ed. "Even those who are close to
the advancements utid problems of
hospitals are astounded by the fact
that so many of the 200-plus health
Careers available today were un-
known just ten years ago. It is vital
of its scope in the state, according : ,nat young people be informed of
to Marshall Rosenberg, chairman I these opportunities."
of the Health Careers Committee.
The new project will offer schol-
arships for students with strong
interest or aptitude in health and
hospital-related careers; will make
awards to high school students
who write outstanding essays or
create effective exhibits concern-
ing health careers; will operate a
Speakers' Bureau providing quali-
fied speakers for high school ca-
reer programs and radio interview
shows; and will schedule Open
Houses and Career Days for
student groups wishing to tour Mt.
Sinai Hospital facilities or inter-
view its key personnel.
"We hope !<> stimulate in these
Special guests at the dinner will
be Merrill W. Crews, executive di-
rector of the South Florida Hospi-
tal Council, and Dr. Thomas W
Strickland, director of technical
and health occupations education
of the Florida Department of Edu-
cation, who will officially repre-
sent Florida state Superintendent
of Schools Floyd Christian.
The educators attending Wednes-
day's meeting will receive attrac-
tive brochures for distribution to
interested students, and will be
taken on a tour of the hospital
complex.

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EDITOR. The Jewish Florid.an;
I would like lo comment on Mr.
Boris Smolar's article ol Friday.
Oel 4
Mi Smolar li-ts various rea-
sons for the drop-off of students
in afternoon schools, i wonder,
perhaps, if >,l another reason
could be added
Tin- children in public school
all da> are expected to spend
more time at Jewish studies in
the afternoon w hen they wish to be
out playing I think that if the re-
ligious school showed more imag-
inative, creative and inspirational
type of curriculum and teaching,
presented in an atmosphere of
joy and love, the decline in en-
rollment might be reversed.
This method would be like giv-
ing honey to a curious, hungry
mind.
DR. LOWELL D. ROSMAN
Working with Mr. Rosenberg on
'the Health Careers project are
Lloyd Ituskin. cochairman; Martin
Sandier, brochure committee chair
man; Jim Meyer, chairman ol on
going health careers committee;
Michael Orovitz, chairman of schol-
arships and awards committee;
and David Serns, chair.nan ol the
Speakers' Bureau
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Goal set for Channel 2
TV Auction Next April
a goal '.i $150,000 has been set
1>> Community Television station
Channel i. tor Its Auct Ion-Sate 1
lite- next April Merchants
being solicited at iiu

are
early date
foi merchandise to be sold at the
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ParticiDcit,.-!'- in the purchase of th^ new
property of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation were (seated, from loft); Ernwl
J. Hewett of Palm Beach Trust Co.. sellers
of the pcrrel; Leon Kaolin, Federation
president, and Mendell M. Ssliq, secretary,
both of whom siqned for the Federation.
Standinq (horn left* ere: Robert T. Trauriq,
who served as Federation Counsel in the
purchase, ard Arthur S. Rosichan, Federa-
tion executive director.
Building Site
Is Purchased
By Federation
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housed in the building.
Along with the offices of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Bureau's 15,000-volume library is
also to be located in the structure,
as well as classrooms for the He-
brew High School and the College
of Jewish Studies.
The Federation's building com-
mittee, under the leadership of
Norton S. I'allot, general chairman
of the 1968 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, is presently working on the
selection of an architect for the
new structure.
In announcing plans for the new
building, Mr. Kaplain said the Fed-
eration has outgrown its present
quarters at 1317 Biscayne Blvd..
one of the oldest buildings in the
area. He also said the new quarters
will take about a year and a half
to build.
Mrs Etta Bernreuter is the club
BPW Banquet Marks Business Women's Week
' ongressman Dante Fascell, Mike Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Thompson. Candidate for Congress
md I. II Brantley, representing the
pres-dcnl and Mrs. Betty Stokes,
lemoct itlC H"|ni.)lican and Ame'i- .
n u "'ri'nict chairman,
an Independent parties will be ---------------------
pies) speakers at the 29th annual
National Business Women's Week
ranquet, sponsored by the Dade
Business and Professional Women's
'lul> Wednesday at 7 p.m at the
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Road To Reconciliation
Israelis Hail Johnson Decision
By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple BethSholom, Miami Beach
The Holiday Season i< over. Does
" e message linger on'.'
The Day of
Atonement, ac-
cording to our
tradition.
brings no lor-
giveness to a
man who -a\ -
I can sin again
and again be-
cause I can al-
uay repent!
For the sins
against God. the
Day of Atone
) -nt doe- bring forgiveness. For
I is against a man's neighbor this
j brings no atonement until
; ooement is translated into social
. tion and a man achieves recon-
t liation with his neighbors! The
t' erne of this day is clearly recon-
i .iation and also very clearly
t rough activated atonement!
Rabbi Kronish
This is also a day of remember-
sattending Synagogue on Kol
die Night with my father. I re-
ember the place where my father
me fromZborownot far from
inberg twenty-five years agono
ore New Year's greetingsKol
-dre is no longer heard in Zborow
the Synagogue in Zborow is no
orethe Jewish community of
wowand a thousand other sim-
ir places were wiped off the face
the earth by Fascism!
I used to believe that it can't
ppen here Now. I am not so
re.
Millions of our citizens are ob-
'. ously losing faith that we can re-
.- ilve our problems peacefully and
i ev are turning to false Messiahs
i ho are exploiting fear and frus-
aiion and are offering false rem-
< lies to real problems. You hear
t e cry of law and orderas if it
^ ere trying to drown out the Di-
\ ne demand for justice and peace!
Before I proceed any further
a.id in order not to be diverted
t nm the main point 1 want to be
Hire it's perfectly understood that
1 am not condoning lawlessness or
-order I am not condoning vio-
)< nt protest either for peace or for
racial justice or for any other
Cause. 1 believe in peaceful pro-
test I believe this right is constitu-
tionally guaranteed as well as God-
given.
1 believe it is the obligation of
police everywhere to protect the
right of peaceful protest no matter
how unpopular the cause. No
amount of repressionno use of
naked force will bring peace to
our cities unless we come to grips
with the real problems that are
tearing the fabric of our society
apart and we must not lose faith
ihat we can resolve our problems.
What is disturbing and sympto-
matic of the sickness -weeping our
society is the support Wallace is
receiving from so many millions.
Tens of thousands af every rally
and hundreds of thousands lining
Ihe city streets of the great North
ern metropolitan areasnot in
Montgomery, Ala., or Columbus.
Ga. Three hundred thousand strong
on the streets of Chicago! As if this
were a roar of approval and a
massive Amen! What Daley did in
Chicago to smash a few thousand
protestors against Viet Nam must
now be done on a grand national
scale against those who will pro-
test the racial injustice in our slum
cities and all the problems that
flow out of that injustice.
1 know where a Wallace can lead
us when he cries out that wc should
insure our safety by placing bayo-
net-carrying soldiers every five
feet and by running over non-
violent demonstrators who sit
:lown in the streets! Bloody repres-
sion is the road to Fascism! Yom
Kippur reminds us to take the
road of reconciliation between man
and man.
What then is required of you''
If perchance any of you are frus-
trated and feel frightened by what
has been happening in our cities
and you are tempted to look to
Wallace as the Messiah, please re-
member what Fascism did to the
Jewish people
Hemember also that reconcilia-
tion is going to cost money. We
must fight racial injustice despite
black anti-Semitism. We must fight
black anti-Semitism as if there
were no racial injustice. You will
have to urge your government to
get rid of the slums and to get rid
Continued From Page 1-A
are still needed for the Vietnam
war.
Israelis were elated at the news.
Three Oi the country's leading
newspapersHaareth. Davar and
the Jerusalem Post -noted that
the aircraft h ive political a- well
as military significance and serve
notice on the Soviet Union M I
the l' S. will continue to suppli
arm- to Israel and regards Israel's
securit) as in the American in-
terest
The Jerusalem Posl linked Presi
denl Johnson's announcement to
Foreign Minister Abba F'nn'-
speech before the United Nations
General Assembly which appeared
to have been generally well receiv-
ed by the U.S. State Department
President Johnson's announce
iient followed months of appeals
by political parties, trade unions.
veteran- groups and most major
.lewi-h organisations. Presidential
candidates Hubert Humohrey.
Richard Nixon and George Wallace
all are on record favoring the sale.
Mr Johnson said his decision was
baaed on a joint Congress resolu-
tion passed in August declaring it
I was "the sense of Congress" that
the President act to negotiate an
agreement providing for the sale
of them tomorrow. The Rabbis long
ago taught: "Whoever Is able to
protest against the transgression of
his city or indeed the misdeeds of
all mankind and fails to do so. be-
come- accountable for their sin-
It is not so much that I think
there are follower- uf Fascism in
the Jewish community as that I
know that some of you feel a gense
of hopelessness and futility and
vim don't even want to exercise
your God-given obligation to vote
, in the Presidential election. But
you have to vote and urge your
, friends to voteif not for the love
of Mordecai. then because of the
hatred ot Haman!
Don't lose faith God endowed
I us with the power to think and to
1 choose those who will manage our
affairs. He has also asked us to
, deal justly and to love mercy and
to humbly listen to what our black
I brethren are trying to say.
This is the road to reconciliation
It is not an easy roadbut there
is no other way!
of enough supersonic planes "to
provide Israel with an adequate
deterrent force capable of pre-
venting future Arab aggression."
The resolution rited the rapid MY
buildup ni Arab war machines by
the Soviet t'nion.
Soon after the President's an-
nouncement, the State Department
said the negotiations would begin
"reasonably soon" and the Israel
Embassy said it was "already in
touch" with the Department. But
some Stae Department officials
who have ooposed the Phantom sale
to Israel said they did not think
the President's statement was a
final commitment to sell the jets.
Thev noted that the President's
statement left options open in that
he said he had asked Mr. Rusk
to start talk- 'and reoort hack to
me Thus, the President would
retain control of further action.
ARABS DENOUNCE
U.S. DECISION
LONDON. I.ITA \
was expressed in the Arab
world this week over the de
cision by the I'nited State*
to stait negotiations on the
sale of supersonic iet- to |.
rael. it was reported hen
The League of Arab States
den unced the I'nited Stal -
a- unfaii Arab sp i
accused President Johnsoi
pushing us into th. ,
brace of the Russians
Government owned Eg'
newspaper Al Gumh
branded the negotiations a.
"encouragement of aggres
sion."
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Beresh ith
The primeval world, covered with water, swathed in dark
ness And God said. "Let there he light."
and God dr.
And God said: Let there be light'
the light from Ihe darkness" (Gen. 1.3-4),
BERESHITH God created the world in six days On the
first day He created the light and called it "day"; the dark:..-..
He called "niuht" On the second day He created the c\nnn<" nf
the heavens. On the third day the waters were assembled
oceans and dry land was seen. This was called "earth' \e\:
vegetation flourished
On the fourth day the luminaries were fixed in the skj Oi
the fifth day. fish, rentiles. and fowl were created On the
day, the hea-ts. animals, and man were created On the seventh
day. God rested from all His labors Therefore he blessed the
seventh day and sanctified it
Man wa- created alone: afterward. God took a rib fron
Adam's side and fashioned a wife for h*m: Adam called her
Eve. meaning "the mother of all living things."
At first Adam and Eve lived happily in the Garden ..t
Eden: hut they ate the fruit of the forbidden tree of know I
and were driven out of Paradise.
The sons of man multiplied and progressed However, tin
ways were evil and God decided to erase all men from the aci
of the earth. Only Noah found favor in "the eyes of God
This recounting of the Weekry Portion of rhe> Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the) Jewish Heritage."
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
rCcliciious >g
ervices
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucl.d Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Rabbi Naftali Porush
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi .LTp^'i*" Modern Tradi.
RalphJ. G.ixman. Cantor Benjamin ^Edward" K^.r* L"bV"Z "'
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
!.!:> .-.I sun-'*t. Saturday. S;4T. :i.m.
-rinon: "We Begin al th. Beginning."
I '> p.m. Tin- Portion of tin Law I
m Sermon: "A G.....I Start".
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E-
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Saturday, B ::" a.m. Sermon: "Th<-
Paaclnatlna Narratives with thi- Crea-
tion Of Ihe World." Minolta 6:4.". p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
EETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
iclnv. 8:18 p.m. Sermon: Man's
,.,.-. In Creation" Saturday, 9 :< m
srmon: Portion of iln- Week
E'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Stimaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
C-RAEL CtinPLt). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
S-RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rahl.i Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass
i:i>. :.:.' p.m Saturrln \ l" r m
s rmoii: -i;..in.-iiKiii-.il : Mlncha,
f |. Ml
r.lNVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
CR OLOM (TEMPLE!. Conservative
CANDLELIGHTIKG TIME
26 TISHRI 6:31
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4)144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish Cantor David Conviser.
Prhlay, K:i: p.m. Sermon: "Israel Ob-
itervea Denmark. Week." Saturday,
io;4i : in r.nr Ultsvah: Richard, ton
"f Mr. and Mrs Bernard Wleder
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
mgton Ave. Conservative. Rabb'
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday, ; p.m Saturday, ;i a.m Ber-
in..ii. The PorU......f the Week.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
Orthodox. Rab*-' Phineas Weber-
man.
I SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
| YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
Saturday Sermon: "Our Sacred Alpha-
bet, With What Does ii Begin*"
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Tibor
Moses.
1 Friday, s: 1 r. p.m. Sermon: "The lleRin-
nlng of Time" Saturday, 8:46 ;i m
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday, 6 p.m.. 1:16 p m... Sermon:
llow effective is i Sermon?" liar
MlUvah: Mara, daughter ol Mr and
Mr.-. Maurice N'ledenthal, Saturday
1:80 a m. Mlncha. 7 p.m liar Milxvah:
Mark, eon of Mr and Mrs ficrald
Zimmerman and Michael, ......i Mr
and Mrs Stanley Pram Maarlv.
BET" MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dix.e Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum
CORAL CABLES
JUE* (TEMPLE) 5500 Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper
Friday s I -. p.m ,\>K Hi. Itabbi"
ins. u-Mi.il Saturdaj 11:15 .. m
ZAMORA (TEMPl'e). 4* Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berger
lantor Hirsh March
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE. 647 e
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shel-
don Edwards Cantor Theodore
Mindich
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE, 3500 SW 69fr
Way ConeervatiV Rabbi Irw -
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SW lltfl
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi Morr
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Seoal.
Friday I". pin Bern..... \ \e
Kefrlnnins Saturday s i:. n ni
EMANU-EL 1801 S Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabb. Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANOALE
H?L=NSA.!-E-JEWISM CENTER
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
B!LH EL 'TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Sar-uel Jaffe.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1721
Mnrnrne m V ^"'vative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE)" 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Shapiro
r^ctbbinical *JeU
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVIL CONGREGATION
Surtside Com.aumty Center, 93d
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi isaai
D. Vine.
Tliu p&gr ii prepare,! ,n
rnofrriirion trirh flic Greater
Miami Ruhhinicjl Aasocwtii n.
Conriiiiijttir of Ihe" fea:urrt
apprdrmc htre is
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru.
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingslev
Cantor Maurice A. Neu.
Frldaj B IS p m Sermon: "Jcwinh
KxclUHlvenean and CUuinlKhneiw Do
Jewish OnranlaatUmn II.-.v. the Itlrhl
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Sermon: Th.- Torah Portion
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Sl 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
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Oct.20-Ch 7. 10 am. The Still Small Voice.
Host; Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach.
Topic: Religion and Science.
Oct. 22-th 2. 10 to 11 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: One WorldWithout God'.'
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple
Emanu-EI, Miami Beach; Rev. Hankins F.
Parker: and Rev. David Russell.
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Friday. October 18. 1968
* Je h ist flcridHnr
Paae 11-A
Gen. Dori To Address
Beth David Bond Dinner
Gen Yerahmicl Dori. a hero of
Israel n Six-Day War, the Sinai
campaign and the War of Inde-
pendence, will be in Miami Sunday
to confer the Jerusalem Liberation
Award upon Itabbi Sol Landau at
The Beth David-Israel Dinner ol
State at the Fontaineblcau Hotel
at 7 p.m.
Gen. Dori was among the offi-
cers who headed the forces which
liberated the Old City of Jerusalem
and captured the Western bank of
the Jordan River. Born in Haifa.
Con. Dori is the son of Gen. Yaacov
Dori, first Chief of Staff of the Is-
rael Defense Forces.
At the age of 16 youny Dori
Belgium Asks For
Van Doren's Return
BRUSSELS (JTA) Beluian au-
thorities have approached the
Austrian government to extradite
Julianus Van Doren. a Belgian war
criminal who was sentenced to
death in absentia in lf47 and has
been hiding in Austria ever since.
Van Doren was arrested by Aus-
trian police Sept. 30 at the resort
it Had Hofgastein, near Salzburg,
where ho had been living under a
false identity His arrest was at-
tributed to investigative work by
the Union international de la Re-
sistance ot Belgium in collabora-
tion with Simon Wiescnthal. Aus-
trian Jewish archivist and author
who has devoted his life to tracking
down Nazi war criminals.
Van Doren was described as a
collaborator ot the Belgian war
criminal Jan Verbeten. whose or-
ders he is said to have executed.
Sentenced to death in Belgium af-
ter World War II. Verbelen became
an Austrian citizen. He was ar-
rested on war crimes charges in
j}Hi"2 but was acquitted by a Vienna
Court in 19ti5
joined the Haganah and took part
in the War ol Independence. Fol-
lowing the war, he completed his
education as a civil engineer at
the Technion, Israel Institute of
Technology under an Army schol-
arship. Following the Sinai cam
paign he became a tank unit com-
mander.
Heading the preparations tor the
dinner as chairman of the event is
Walter F3lk, assisted by Seymour
Friend, congregation president;
.Morris Rabinowitz, honorary chair-
man; Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman.
pre-ident of the Sisterhood, and
Bernard Cowan, president of the
Men's Club. Mrs Walter Falk
serves with her husband as co-
chairman of the Corps ol Hosts for
die dinner.
Mr. Kalk indicated that the event
will be a gala occasion with music
proi ided by the Lenny Dawson So-
ciety Orchestra and entertainment
bj I.on Mason, noted comedy star
of night clubs, radio and television.
Ben-Gurion Marks
Ills 82nd Birthday
SDE ROKER. Israel. (JTA)
Scores of friends and admirers
f|nck( (1 to this tiny desert town
week t.i pay tribute to David
Ben-Gurion, Israel's lirsl Prime
Minister, who celebrated his 82nd
birthday by lecturing on B'blical
ubjects at tti-- Sde Boker school.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. a widower now
and at least officially out of poli-
lics, spent the day among close
friends of Hip Bible Circle which
used to meet in the Ben Gurion's
Tel Aviv home.
Singles Probe Problems
"Social Problems of the Single
Adult" will be the topic for dis-
cussion at a meeting of the Singles
of Ninth Miami Beach Saturday
night at the home of Trudy Jur-
yens. 14840 S. Spur Dr.. North
Miami.
the announcement*said the contest
wa- arranged in connection with
the Arab Regional Conference on
Human Bights to be held in Beirut.
Lebanon, Dec. 2 10. It called for
GtN. YlRAHMIfl DORI
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oo-scsses an outstanding singing
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'Thank God It Was Not Me'
thinking "I'm glad this happened
to them" as opposed to thinking
Thank Cod it wasn't me." The
latter allows for compassion. t( r
friend-hip and the joy of life. Tl
former does not.
K. Alt I AN
By MARIAN SNEIDER
"No one answers at the pool.
There has been an accident here
at King's Bay
and everyone
is down at the
dock." said
the club op-
erator.
"What hap-
pened?" I de-
manded.
She replied.
"Two planes
collided and
one of them
crashed into
the ski boat. Four people were
hurt and two were killed."
Time stopped. I shivered and
turned into a puddle of perspira-
tion as my mind tried to answer
a question it didn't want to ask:
"Was Debbie involved in the acci-
dent?" Earlier that tragic day
our daughter Debbie had called
from King's Bay to ask if she
could go water skiing. I told her
she could.
Stan and I Jumped into the car.
There are those moments in life
before we pass from suspension
in emotional space to the moment
of relieved reality. In that time
we don't speak, except with our
eyes, and we even seem to stop
Mideast War
Will Involve
Super Powers
Continued From Pago 1-A
tute was whether Moscow would
tolerate "smaller military opera-
tions by her Arab clients against
]iael The danger that such
smaller action could escalate be-
yond that which the Soviet Union
may be prepared to tolerate or can
effectively control is likely to
grow."
The Institute, founded in 1948 as
an international center for re-
search on defense, world security,
and disarmament, has an interna-
tional council drawn from 15 Al-
lied and neutral nations and has
access to official information.
In London, the Daily Telegraph
has reported that the Soviet naval
build-up in the Mediterranean i-
:ontinuing. A dispatch from An-
gara said a Ru.-sian guided mi--iji
cruiser has passed through the
Bosporus, bringing to 54 the num-
. of Soviet warships in the Med-
iterranean, Two weeks ago the Bus-
e an aircraft carrier Moskva, with
.- complement of amphibious ma-
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breathing. As soon as we got
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Later that evening my mind
reviewed the events. We had
later learned that the first report
of the plane hitting the boat was
false but the rest of the story was
true, tragically true. I wondered
why I had cried and I felt guilty
about it. I realized that the guilt
stemmed from a sense of relief
in the face of tragedy. What right
had I to cry tears'of joy in such
a moment?
awareness, so can relief In the
following days I read every detail
that traced the progress of the
survivors and I was concerned
about the families of the men
who died. I cared more than ever
about people I d'dn't know and
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not wrong to feel joy for one's
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bie without the feeling of guilt
and at the same time feel the
terrible ache of sadness for the
others.
But if tragedy can create There is all the difference in
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Friday. October 18. 1968
* leftist fh ridi.tr
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BOOK REVIEW
seymour b. liebman
THE WALLS OF JERUSALEM
By CHAIM RAPHAEL
Few in this country know that
Jocelyn Davey, the author of sev-
eral popular detective stories.
was the pen-name of a Jew learned
ia the history of his people and
the head of the Information Di-
vision of the British treasury.
Under his real name. Chaim Ha
pfoael, he has written The Walls
of Jerusalem (Alfred A. Knopf,
$6.95).
His book is an excursion into a
mparatively brief but most
ignant and unforgettable epi-
sode in the history of the Jews
from about 26 B.C.E. to 135 C.E.
Of all the events and victories of
the Six-Day War of 1967, none
produced the emotional jubilation
equal to that caused by the unifi
cation of Jerusalem. Even in that
momentous event, the cause for
the greatest euphoria was regain-
ing the right to pray at the West-
ern Wall, formerly called by
many the Wailing Wall.
Christians never understood
what old Jerusalem meant to the
Jews. No non-Jew ever appreci-
ated that this Wall symbolized
2,000 years of waiting, praying
and mourning.
Symbolically, this wa< not
merely an important religious
relic or place. The Wall was the
ladder on which prayers could
ascend directly to Heaven. This
was the Wall from the lowest
stones of which whispered re-
quests to the Almighty would re-
sound above with a bla-t equal to
that of the shrill blast of the
-hofar.
This Wall was the surviving re-
mains of the Temple which was
the House of God in the City of
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David. The significance of the
Wall can be felt only by a Jew.
It is a rare Jew who can stand at
the base of this Wall and not feel
the urge to utter, even if only
inwardly, a prayer.
Chaim Raphael has written dis-
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of the Second Temple and of its
destruction. The book unfolds as
a story lather than textual his-
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various scrolls: the Dead Sea
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others.
Not to read the book is to deny
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our history and writings, espe-
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1/ mi a j a mm i Farbond Plans Symposium
YOUtll ArreSted Ifl AttaCk "The Achievements of Jewry
On Tomb Of Patriarchs
hoiuj the World in the year
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13rd Street o. the oceanfront.
Continued From Page 1-A
Jaabari. the mayor of Hebron,
echoed his sentiments, declaring
that it was as much an assault on
Arabs as it was on Jews.
The grenade was tossed over a
six-foot wall and exploded on steps
leading to the tomb which is lo-
cated within the compound of the
Ibrahimi mosque. Twenty-one of
the injured remained in hospitals.
Eight of them underwent emergen-
cy surgery. Doctors at Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem said all were
off (he darvjer list.
Twenty-one of the victims were
members of a tour group organized
by the Israel Nautical College in
Acre and one was a non-Israeli
tourist identitied as Esther Cohen.
32. of Panama.
In a radio interview Gen Dayan
urged Jews to continue to visit the
shrine which was reportedly filled
With worshipers. Gen. Dayan. who
visited the site of the explosion,
told newsmen that stricter security
measures would be taken to safe-
guard tourists and worshipers in
Hebron. He said that guards would
be posted on the roofs around the
tomb site.
Several Israeli newspapers warn-
ed against acts of reprisal by Is-
raeli youth for the Hebron grenade
incident. The newspaper Hatzoie,
organ of the National Religious
Party, claimed that part of the
blame must be assigned to the
Moslem leadership in Hebron
which has objected to Jewish re-
ligious services in the mosque area.
throughoii
15728" win De tlje subject ot a
symposium at the regular meet-
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; Farband Labor Zionist Order Sun-
day at the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave
Participating will be Moe Levin,
chairman. David Freed, cochair-
man, Sol Caller, secretary, and
Bernard Furman and Dora Soffer.
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Israel Looking For
A Horace Greeley
"'Israel IS looking for a Horace
Greeley Greelej said. "Go West,
'Oung man." and Americans be-
an rolling over the prairies and
nountains and new and populous
Btea rose up where before only
be Redman and the antelope had
oamed.
Israel is looking tor a Greeley
to bid the .lews of the world, Go east, young man.
It is encouraged by a present rise In the stream
of immigration, The Six-Day war It;i-~ seemingly ad-
vertised Israel to the world and the immigrant flow
i- increasing. -She expects some :to.ooo immigrants
this year. Some are hopeful lhal forty thousand
will come. While all the world fears a population
explosion. Israel would welcome it, but it knows
that its destiny is not in that type of explosion.
Jews have been worried, The;, say Israel has
shown that it can fight, but the Arabs can raise
larger families and thai must tell in the end
Tin other day the Israeli press reported thai
Ben-Gurion visited a workingman's home in Israel
to congratulate him on the arrival of his twentieth
child. It shows that the Israelis can match the Arabs
too in the family field if they make up their minds
and work at it You've gOI to work al everything.
The Israel press carried a little item about it
The American press would have done a better job.
There would have been pictures of the family of
twenty children and there would be television shots.
The mother would endorse detergents and write a
book. The family would be showered with presents.
Other mothers in Israel would have been spurred
to show what they could do. Nothing at all was made
of it in Israel, which lacks the publicity sense
To survive. Israel does not have to match the
Arab population. Small countries can be strong,
making up for numerical weakness by more alert
ness, Bigness sometimes Is a handicap rather than
an advantage. Yet Israel is a little too small.
So the increase in immigration is heartening.
There has recently been a considerable American
immigration to Israel. Lately we read of a young
New York girl who went to Israel with a group
lor the summer. She screamed hysterically when
she had to board the airplane to return to New
York She wished to remain in Israel.
We can recall, years back, a different attitude.
Even Zionists in those days would jokingly say that
they wouldn't mind living in Palestine if they
could be the Ambassador to America.
Our Film Folk:
Ly HERBERT G. LUFT
Dale Wasserman
Hollywood
r\ALE WASSERMAN, author of the
^ successful Broadway musical "Man
of LaMancha," also wrote the screen-
play to "A Walk with Love and Death."
currently before the cameras in Austria
with Assaf Dayan and Anjelica Huston
in the romantic leads. We visited the
location at the Danube and talked with
director John Huston who feels that
the yarn from the Middle Ages reflect the tension of our
'iiith of today, their restessness and anti-war sentiments,
and their love for humanity and each other
"Three years ago I read Hans Koningsberger'S novella.
A Walk with Love and Death," a minor classic expressing
: philosophy pecular to the plight of young people with
8 modern theme set back in time," reveals Dale Wasser-
man who brought the book to the attention of producer
Carter De Haven since the latter had helped him once
1 fore when he got "La Mancha" started on Broadway
Wasserman wrote the screenplay which De Haven took
to John Huston in Ireland.
Depression-bred Dale Wasserman drifted into the
backstage end of show business as stage manager and
lighting director lor various roadshow attractions. Self-
educated, he wrote his first television screenplay ten
years ago. while he was working on Broadway. Winning
a prize,, he went into feature film writing by going to
the New York Public Library to study old screenplays.
Mich as Errol Fiynn's "Captain Blood." Out of his efforts
grew the Kirk Douglas epic, "The Viking.-.." a film that
made a lot of money. "In the meantime. I wrote a musical
which had the distinction of having been firmly reject
ed by every theatre on Broadway and by every motion
picture company in Hollywood." Wasserman concludes.
This was "Man of La Mancha."
Ziva Rodmann is presenting a gift from the Govern
ment of Israel to Marco A. Robles. former president
of the Republic of Panama, curing the current, 6th In-
ternational Film Festival in Panama City. We had suggest-
ed to Miss Rodann, a former Miss Golden Globe of the
Hollywood Foreign Press Association, to attend the festival
since Panama, a small country with a large Jewish com-
munity, has never been visited by an Israel film star.
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEt SILVER
Sometimes We Hurt Older Children
M
to
|OST PEOPLE like children
Most people want children
like them
(nice 1 live:! on Broadway in
New York City. 1 used to wheel our
baby down the street Many faces
were grim and careworn. But the
sighl ol the baby would m a k <
those faces gleam like Chanukah
e. indies.
People would often stop at the carriage and
kitchie-koo the baby, our baby was a smiler, but 1
would olten tell a shameless lie. I would saj t-> a
stranger. "You know. sir. that baby seldom smiles,
but you made him smile."
Invariable the person would laugh, and more
often than not, would say, "Oh, babies like me'
Sometimes such a person would add. "Dogs do. too
\\e like to be liked We especiall> like to be liked
by children But sometimes we incur the dislike of
children. It happens when we visit a home where
there are several children and our fondness for
babies make- us fuss over the youngest. Even par
ents are sometimes heartless enough to make a big
fuss over a new habv to the acute chagrin Ol lt-
siblings. A slightly older child is consumed with
jealous) when everyone clucks over the baby. How
can people be so cruel' Yet it happens often.
A pediatrician once said that when we bring ..
new baby into the home, the other children look
upon the new comer about the same way that a
wife would react ll her husband were to bring home
a lovely young lad] an 1 say to his wife, "My dear,
here is another member of our household that w,
must learn lo love and care lor "
If you have more than one child, give the older
ones the greatest attention. If the younger ones
object, make it clear that they will grow into .,
period oi greater affection. That ihej can do. but
tiny can't become liable- again to compel.- with the
tion offered to the infant.
It you want to cuddle the infant, do it when the
Older one> aren't around
B) th.' same token, it you're visiting son i
and there .ire a number ol children, resist the ini
ation t.i Mi-- over the youngest and don't make
older ones watch helplessly, struggling with Iheil
envy. Start from the top in your displaj "I fondness
Ami ii you bring the habv a gift, bring item*
the older one-, too Let's not hurt children
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALLOB
Role of 'Passive' Congregant Is Studied
A LARGE NUMBER ol these Jews who attend services
** infrequently, nevertheless have a deeply felt need
to express a Jewish commitment which the synagogue
is failing lo meet, according to preliminary findings of
a Reform sponsored study of Jewish attitudes toward
worship
The studv is being made by the commission on wor-
ship of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the
association ol Reform synagogues.
Rabbi Jack Bemporad. commission director, reported
thai the study, which has been underway for two yeirs.
was aimed at finding answers to the question of why "the
vast majority of our congregants come to services thre-
times a year and only 10 to 20 percent attend regularly."'
The worship research program is being directed by Dr.
Fmanuel Dcmby. a sociologist and motivation analyst Dr
Demhy's main tool was a comprehensive questionnaire de-
veloped by th-- commission aimed at providing a profile
of a congregation's attitudes toward "prayer, the syna-
gogue, Judaism and itself."
Rabbi Bemporad divided congregants into '"actives
and "passives'.' The 'actives." lews who come to ser-
vices regularly, "find that the synagogue is :i viable and
significant means of identifying with the Jewish people
of fulfilling and expressing their own religious needs"
Such congregants are not only frequent participants
in services but are also active in other elements of
synagogue life as well. "They read more Jewish bo >ks
lead more religiously Jewish lives and we can s:iy tint
the synagogue serve as the link between their sub
jective Jewish image anil its communal expression." be
reported
Rabbi Bemporad added that the "passives" considered
themselves "good devoted Jews" but that, somehow, the
way they viewed their Jewish identity "is not manifest in
worship." He noted that "in the past, these people hav
been written off as a homogenous group, only mlnimall)
concerned with Judaism" He warned, however, that
such an analysis was misleading. The research informatiot
to date indicates that the "passives" break down ini
least two distinct groups," he asserted.
He explained that it was true that main congregants
who attended services only for such events as Bar Mitz-
vahs. weddings and the High Holy Days should be con
sidered religious "minimalists" and that there was little
that ttie synagogue could do which would really cha
their "patterns of religious behavior or involvement
But. he declared, "our studies indicate that there -
whole group of passives, whose behavior is super!
identical to Ibis first group but who indicate a deep telt
need to express their Jewish commitment "
He asserted such congregants wen- "a majorit}
in the Reform synagogue and thru the synagogue, as
is presently constituted does not adequately function as
the medium through which they can fulfill or adUi
their Jewish identity." He asserted the existence o
gap between the unconscious Jewish identity of thi-e
people and the Jewish identity provided by the synag
m its various institutions "
He declared that "passive" congregants unlike
active ones, preferred to engage in social and CQmmu
activities outside the synagogue and he suggested
-on the failure of the passive congregant to undi
stand 'what the synagogue actually docs, or the syt
gogue may fail to communicate to him what it can
should do." As an example, he declared that the passni
congregant was just as concerned as the active membi
ih.it his children do not marry outside the faith, "bul
does not see the synagogue as an organization with a n
to play in this are..
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Egypt's Three-Stage Plan For War
I^ASSER is talking and actim;
latch as if war with Is-
rael was just around the corner.
Even though he and his propa-
ganda machine admit that Egypt
is not yet ready, at the moment,
for fullscale hostilities against 1-
rael. they make it clear that that
is their ultimate aim.
Some observers attributed the heavy Egyptian
artillery fire along the entire Suez canal last month
to the then forthcoming conference of National
Unity Party. Egypt's only legallv permitted political
party. Nasser, it was felt, Wanted tO create a v.ar
scan- among the delegates a- well as among the
population to distract them, as usual, from theil
problems and make himself again "indispensable
However, others felt that there was much more
to it than that. Egyptian spokesman have frequently
stated that Egypt's road from the June 136? de
feat to future victory would lead through three
phases. First, the phase of standing steadfast
which means that despite the defeat and weakness.
Egypt would refuse to negotiate peace with Israel
The second phase of "active deterrence." would
mean the harrassment of Israel forces across the
demarcation line. The third phase would Ik- that of
"pushing back the Israelis from occupied Arab
lands."
The first phase. Egyptian spokesmen emphasized.
was now over Egypl is strong enough to enter upon
the second phase And. indeed, Egyptian commandos
crossing the canal during the night began to lay
mines and ambushes against Israeli patrols, One 1-
raeli soldier was even abdueied to Egyptian territory
where he died or was murdered afterward
Shooting from across the cunal became almost a
daily routine on the part of the Egyptians Expecting
Israel to retaliate, they resumed the evacuation of
civilian populations from towns and cities on th.
west side of the canal and the Governor of Sue
even began distributing gas-masks to the lot i
populace
it seems that Nasser's subordinates took theii
master's words about the three phases quite serious
ly. So much so that at the end of the conventio
his party. Nasser felt compelled to cool their en
thusiasm. stating that one should not expect victory
>vernighl and that pieparations to defeat Israel
must be very thorough and must lake quite some
time.
Nevertheless, it was obvious that increased ten-
sion serves several ol Egypfs purposes. Naturally
it is good for diverting attention from domestic
difficulties and unrest. Increased activities along
the cease-fire line can provide important training
for the troops stationed there and boost somewhat
the rather low morale among them.

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Fox Is Named Chairman
Of Beth Torah Dinner
Florida, October 18, 1968
Section B
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard To Be
Honored On 13th Anniversary
,!.. Dn(K Am ...:!l___I.I_____ _-... .. -- __ ..
J"emr>le Bpth Am will celebrate
13th anniversary of Dr. Her-
M. Baumgard's rabbinate and
he congregation's existence on
14 with a gala dinner dance
he Sheraton Four Ambassadors
el. George Malin president of
congregation announced this
k.
he black tie event will climax
ar Mitzvafa Anniversary capital
1- campaign to raise $425,000
new library, additional class-
es and other physical facilities
tin- rapidly growing South Dade
IgOgue located at 5950 SW 88th
r. Baumgard, who has guided
ple Beth Am from a small
gregation using rented facili-
to one with more students
any other synagogue or tem-
in the entire South, will be
for his service to the entire
community, Mr. Malin slated.
He noted that Temple Beth Am
now has more than 900 families,
and said, "We have not had a
formal membership campaign for
some time. We feel thai the lead-
ership of Dr. Baumgard has played
a significant role in this unprece-
dented growth.
"A complete new wing of admin-
istrative offices is nearing comple-
tion, with proceeds coming from
the fund raising campaign which
was launched this week after many
months of careful planning,"' the
president declared.
Temple Beth Am is affiliated
with the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, and offers one
of the most extensive education
programs sponsored by any Re-
form congregation. Its adult edu-
! cation program, personally super-
Effect of Bias on Youth
Is Theme Of N. C. C. J.
ie Effects of Discrimination
lildren and Youth" will be the
:t of the fifth annual national
hop sponsored by the Na-
Conference of Christians and
lews convening Sunday at the
Ibore Club Hotel. Miami Beach.
"Bt. James Eagan, vice president
r_rf the NCC.I, director of Youth
'Activities, and head of the parent-
Centered project, "Rearing Chil-
dren of Goodwill," will be the di-
ptCtor of the six day conference.
Bepresentatives of youth-serving
jUJgncies from all over the United
^Bes. will speak and serve
lers of panel discussions ori-
ented by the Kerner Commission
Report on Civil Disorders.
The conference opens with a re
I ception Sunday at 6 p.m., hosted by ;
I the Women's Division, Florida Re :
gion, NCCJ.
Recommendations for the imple-
mentation of the Kerner Report, !
; with the role of libraries evaluated
by Mrs. Mary Jane Anderson, chil-
' dren's service consultant of the
' Florida State Library, will be dis-
cussed during Monday's sessions.
The meaning of Black Power
and the weapons with which insti-
tutionalized White Racism can be
attacked will be the theme of Tues-
day's meetings.
On Wednesday attitudes of young
people toward youth-serving agen-
cies, churches and schools will be
evaluated, and the kinds of politi-
cal, economic and social changes
needed in our society and the role
to be played by voluntary organi-
zations in effecting them will be
explored in depth on Thursday.
The workshop will utilize the
technique of the small group dis-
cussion employing a resource per-
son, cvaluator and reporter who
will report for their group in feed-
back sessions to the entire con-
ference. Recommendations agreed
on here will be passed on to the
Ad Hoc Committee for the White
House Conference on Children and
Youth of 1970.
RABBI HfRBIRT BAUMGARD
vised by Dr. Baumgard. has won
national acclaim.
Sam Fox, prominent South Flor-
ida civic leader and philanthropist
and at the forefront of service on
behalf of Israel, has been named
chairman of the Beth Torahlsrael
Dinner of State, to take place on
Saturday evening, November 2. at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, it was
announced by Rabbi Max A l.ip
schitz, spiritual leader of the Con-
gregation.
In announcing the naming of
Fox as dinner chairman. Dr Up-
schitz noted the particular signi-
ficance of this year's event, "com-
ing as it does one year after the
i It-Day war when Israel con-
tinues to face mounting pressures
from the Aiab countries and the
Soviets."
Mrs Fox will serve with her
husband as (ochairman of t he-
Corps of Patron Hosts for the
dinner.
As their initial act in this role,
Mr. and Mrs. Fox extended in-
vitations to members of the com
mittee to a reception at th.-ir home
to take place Sunday, evening.
PI ins for the dinner will be com
pleted at the reception.
A leader at Congregation Beth
Torah for a number of years and
Chairman of the Board, Sam Fox
was the recipient last year of the
Prime Minister's Medallion, which
was instituted by Prime Minister
I-evi Eshkol of Israel to aive re-
SAM FOX
CO [nition to selected American
leaders for distinguished service
to the economic development of
Israel.
Mr. and Mrs Fox were among
the greater Miami community
lnaders to take part in the first
Oleh Regel pilgrimage to Israel,
reviving the ancient custom. In Is-
rael they conferred with top
government and military leaders.
BXJiRIDIlSrE'S
Maslow Is Guest Speaker
it Temple Israel Adult Institute
JOne of the nation's foremost au- November Election" as part of the
^lorities on civil rights and civil Greenfield Adult Institute's focus
erties, Will Maslow, will speak on the presidential campaign Sun-
the "Racial Implications of the day morning at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
Mr. Maslow, executive director
of the American Jewish Congress,
has testified on more than 20 oc-
casions before Congressional com-
mittees, drafted a number of bills
which arc now law, and has played
a major role in the racial conflicts
which have beset the nation during
the last decade.
As a member of the political sci
ence faculty at the College of the
City of New York. Mr. Maslow
leaches courses there on the Su-
preme Court, civil rights and civil
liberties. He has worked as a re-
porter for the New York Times,
served as an attorney for the Na-
tional Labor Relations Board and
was director of operations of the
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Israeli War Hero Is Speaker At
Temple Beth Sholom Bond Fete
(.en. Yaacov Hef !> hero of
Israels struggle for independence
through three wars, will be the
guest speaker at the Temple Beth
Sholom Israel Dinner of State on
Saurday at the Hilton-Plaza Hotel,
it was announced by Dr. Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of the
Temple, and Marvin Cooper, din-
ner chairman.
The black-tie dinner will be at
7 o'clock, preceded by a reception
in honor of Gen. Hefetz at 6:30.
There will be music for dinner and
dancing throughout the evening by
the Continental Society Orchestra
It will be at the dinner that the
State oi Israel Award of Honor
will be conferred upon Mr. and
Jonas J. Brotman for their life-
long service to the community, the
Temple and the State of Israel.
Gen. Hefetz will present the award
on behalf of his country.
Joey Russell, one of America's
foremost entertainers, will make a
special appearance at the dinner
with a program of entertainment
combining a repertoire of wit and
music.
Gen. Hefetz's record of service
on behalf of Israels independence
dates back to his youth when he
joined the Haganah. the Jewi-h
Defense Forces under the British
Mandate. During this time he pla>-
ed an important role in the or-
ganization of the so-called "illegal"
immigration to Palestine.
During the War of Independence.
Gen. Hefetz was Deputy Command-
er of the force- which were re-
sponsible for the convoys to be-
sieged Jerusalem and for the
opening up of the road to that city.
Later, as Chief of the Training
Command. Gen. Hefetz supervised
all military schools in Israel. For
13 years after the War of Indepen-
dence, he had a key role in the
establishment, organization and
direction of military intelligence
for the Israel Army.
Joey Russell, who has starred in
numerous night clubs throughout
the country and on national tele-
vision, is an acknowledged master
of fast-paced comedy routines as
well as an accomplished vocalist.
GtH. MACOV HHTZ
His performances have been haiU'd
throughout the United States. Eu-
rope and Latin America.
In addition to ser\:~_ ..- chair-
man ol the dinner. Mar\;n Cooper
serves with Mrs. Cooper as chair
man of the Committee of Patron-
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Tiie new rates, which in most
cases "ill mean an additional 10c
postage per parcel, are neces-ary
to make fourth-class mail a Dreak-
even operation as required by law-
Postmaster Dunlap urges use of
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senders and addressees in order to
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Ben Essen to Head
CJA Hi-Rise--Unit -
Ben Essen, a Miami attorney.
or the second successive year has
been named chairman of the Resi-
dence and High Rise Division o[
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion tor the 1969 Combined Jew-
ell Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
:ampaign, Robert Russell, 1969
campaign chairman, announced
ihis week.
Under the leadership of Mr.
Essen, the Hiuh Rise and Resl-
lence Division accounted for more
than one quarter of the S2.800.003
received in 1968 by the joint cam
"We raised over 25 percent of
the total in 1968. but I know we
haven t done 25 percent of the job
that we can do." Mr Essen pointed
out. He cited the lack of manpow-
er as a major obstacle in the 1969
campaign, since the division han-
dles over 40 high rise buildings.
With high rises rapidly adding
to the Jewish population through-
out Dade County, the importance
, of this division cannot'be over-
stated, Arthur S Rosichan. execu-
ive diicc.or ol the Greater Miami
lewish Federation. commented
1 m ,n ih<> anno;ntmnnt of Mr. B**en.
ee Jewish United Fund Agencies
ticipate In Campaign Open House
Jewi-t) agencies will be
v members of the United
Dade County, represent-
.elds ol service, holding
-e Sunday as a part of the
Open Day'- project,
the Jewish Home for
the Ag< 151 NK 52nd St.; Jewish
Vocatn Scr\ice. 318 N\V 25th
St.^m the y.m-vwha of Greater
Miami. 8500 SW Eighth St.
All I .. ii C(iuntian> are invited
to visi' ., tacilities ol the partici-
pating .encies between 2 and 5
p.m> ia\ Kach agency will
haw -:.:f member- on hand to
answer questions and conduct
lours of the facilities.
The open house project is a pre-
lude to the opening of the residen-
tial portion of the 1968 United
r'tind Campaign set for Oct. 27.
Other Dade County agencies
scheduled to be open for visitors
on "Wide Open Day" listed accord-
ing to geographical location are:
North MiamiNorthwest Branch,
Boys- Clubs. 10915 NW 14th Ave.;
North Dade Branch. YMCA, 13815
\W 17th Ave. Northeast Section
Kiddy Kare Nursery School. 520
NW 75th St Northwest .Section-
Salvation Army Social Service Cen-
ter. 2236 NW Miami Ct. Central
MiamiMetropolitan Senior Cen-
ter, 1401 NU" 7th St.; Hearing and
Speech Center. 1540 W. Flagler St.:
Goodwill Industries, 200 S. Miami
Ave. Coral Gables-Coconut Grove
AreaBoys' Clubs of Miami. 2805
SW :S2ikI Ave.; St. Alban"s Day
Nursery. 3465 Brooker St. South-
west SectionDARC Flagami Day
Nursery, 7121 S.v 3rd St.
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Dr. B. A. Kirschenbaum chair-
Laiui oi me i^ade County Opte-
metric Association s committee
on vision and care of the aqinq,
will entertain at the Oct. 21
meetinq of B'nai B'rith Gold
Coast Lodqe at Seacoast Tow-
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show tunes. He is cantor at
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Friday. October 13 '.--::
U-M's Hillel House
To Benefit From
Hotel Dinner Dance
A dinner dance and show at the
Edt.n Roc Hotel benefiting Hillel
Hou;e. the Jewish religious student
center at the University of Miami,
will be sponsored Sunday night by
Hospitality Lodge No. 2690. com-
postd of B'nai B'rith members in
the local hotel industry.
One lucky guest in attendance
will be awarded a prize of weekend
accommodations at one of the ho-
tels represented in the Lodge mem-
bership.
Proceeds from the affair will be
used to improve the facilities of
Hilie! House, a project in which the
B'nai B'rith Miami Hillel Advisory
Board is cooperating.
Barry Potluck. 10435 SW 96th
St., i= ticket chairman but tickets
art also available at all local B'nai
B'rith chapters.
Understanding Goal
Of Judaism Series
Tnt South Florida Federation of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations has announced its
"Introduction to Judaism" course
will begin Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
Temple Judea. 5500 Granada Blvd..
Coral Gables.
The 13-week study of basic Ju-
daism, open to Jew and non-Jew
alike, seeks to create a greater
awareness and comprehension of
Judaism, its customs and beliefs
and to strengthen understanding
between the Jewish and non-Jewish
community.
The instructor for the first se-
mester will be Rabbi Robert P.
Frazin. director of the Southeast
Council and South Florida Federa-
tion of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
Ted Cohen, of Miami Beach,
has been unanimously elected
Esteemed Leading Kniaht oi
the Miami Beach Elks Lodqe
No. 1601. He i= a former presi-
dent of the Civic Leaque and
of the Presidents Council ar.d a
former chairmen cf the Mayer's
Safety Committee.
Institute On Judaism To Be Launched
At Temple Zamora Tuesday, Nov. 5
An ,- sin^n K
":;; ;. .el of Con-
,he Umted Synagogue of : 7: Rabbi Mm Lipschitt of
Beth Torah Congregation, Feb. 4:
Rabbi Sol Landau of Temple Beth
David will he the final -peaker on
Represent Local Chapter
At Leukemia Meeting
Representing the Dade County
hapl U the 1968 annual meet-
ng ,f the Leukemia Society of
.-a now in session at the
icana Hotel Bal Harbour, are
rving .1 Whitman, chapter pre*
Opening speaker at -he Institute lent and corporate dttoflUiuJ
No" 5 wW beRabbi Irving Leh. -lsky. local medtctl
man of Temple Emanu-E: Sched- idvisor.______________
March 4. Moderator at a.
will be Rabbi Maxwell B.:.
Temple Zamora.
America, will be launched Tues-
day, Nov. 5 at Temple Zamora. 44
Zamora St Coral Gable* project
chairman Jules Propp announced
this week.
Sessions, to be held on the first
Tuesday of each month at 830
p.m. will run through March 4
In the series, the history and de-
velopment of tradition-, laws and
practice- of the Jewish people
with special emphasis on the in-
fluence of the great personalities
from Babylonian times to the pres-
ent will be explored
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Friday. October IP, 1%8
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Miami Beach Hadassah Groups
Schedule Meetings For October
Groups of the Miami Beach tured and .Mrs. Hattie Wagner as
Chapter of Hadassah announce i iuest soloist. President is Mrs Ra-
tfcese plans for October meetings: chel Brody.
Forte Tower* Group is holding____________________
its -Member Bring a' Member" A#1L,.. H^^t 17
meeting and brunch at 11 a.m. ;/AUI<-r Q08I8 T Or
Tuesday in the Forte Towers 1100 | tff/YPIT' P t
. Restaurant. New members are in- **" "1 Fj I HFIV
voted as guests. Mrs. Sylvia Danzig Another in the series of cocktail
ii president parties being given on behalf of
_ ,__ the Dade County Women's Com-
Treasure Point Group will hold i mittee for Project Hope, will be
. its membership brunch at noon ; hosted bv Mr. and Mrs Morton
. Monday at the Algiers Hotel Guest ,Adler Saturday at their home in
ipeaker is Mrs. Dorothy Krieger South Miami.
Fink and soloist Mrs. Henry Bala-
ban will entertain. Mrs. Rose More than 500 guests are expect-
Twery is president. ed at the affair, which will pro-
* mote the premiere performance of
Henrietta Siold Group will meet "Man of La Mancha," starring
n1 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Al-Jose Ferrer which the Women's
gier.- Hotel. A bruncheon followed i Committee is sponsoring at Dade
l-y a fur fashion show has been County Auditorium Jan. 28.
* rOanned. Group president is Mrs. ~ ,K w -j _
Sol Greenbure Greeting the guests besides bene
*oi ureenDurg. ^ ^ fj, chairman Areta Adlcr and her
tk----- f_________,;_ ... husband. Morton, will be Wilma
The Esther Group meeting will n ., _
..... ., .. and Bill tain, Yolly and George
b< held at noon Monday at the ,,._____ ... / ,
,, ,. ,, ,, ... i Buchman, and Manlvn and Gordon
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Eva Blum will cCODei
report on the national convention ___________________
and speak on United Nations Day.
President is Mrs. Michael Fein- i AJC Chapter Hears
***"> Expert on United Nations
"What Happened to International
Human Rights Year?" was to have
! been discussed by Sam Leff, past
president. United Nations Associa-
; tion, at an open luncheon meeting
Morton Towers Group will hold of the Justine Chapter. American
their regular meeting at the Forte Jewish Congress Thursday at noon
Twers 1000 at a luncheon at 11:30 in the dining room of the Belle
Tuesday. Oct. 29. A book review Plaza Apartments. 20 Island Ave.,
fcy Mrs. Murray Primat will be fea-- Miami Beach.
900 SLICrS
That's a lot of pictures to take. Steve Gold-
stein and R rM Wal o i rieniors, at th? Un ei
Slt> K: a h Europe th- sun mer)
!"'K "i i re while th?y were having I
bme ":- a sthi i (get. thev stuck :o it
B '": a :iey n id new soles
and he :- p it ,-. ih -\. ,., twice
T: '' ".....'" hei nc'uding East Berlin.
in Belg um teve had a great time taking : ictures
especially foi his gran'narents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rabinowi /. H t0H hi- mother and father.
Sol and Goldi Gol Istein, thai he felt a little silly
taking all of tho Rab:nowi!zcs stayed etrou: ) America, since
they really weren't a tour st attraction. He also
brought Mc": pictures of th? corner grocery and
all the little dianond stores around the block.
THEY FOUGHT HARD BUT GOT SMEAREO
Who0 Unfortunately, th University of Miami
football tam. If ro-ers co :ld have won their
game w?'h US.C. out th-e in California, the
score would have been different, for Miami was
well represented. Yelling like mad but probably
- too high in the stands -o be heard were Barbara
and Neil Schiff. who were not far from where Dr.
and Mrs Henry King Stanford were sitting.
Othe-s at th game included Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rosen.
Max and Gail Spie-elm.vi and Fred Spiegelman.
(the latter Wt Los Angeles right after the game
to v;st relatives in San Francisco, then returned
home by way of Las Vesas)
USUALLY THEY SAY "SHI"
Norirally when someone sings loudly in Tem-
ple, hut not when Anne Berkowitz sings during
ctces
ices It ffefflple Emanu-El. Her sister Sue
people say how they are that thev sat i
Anne, for she h:.- a beautiful voice and know- II
music and words She must read the prayer-
n ly, especially where they say "Nexl
in Jerusalem She jusl gol back from Israel
lime for tha hoUdays. Sue. who has been mai
limes to Israel, jusl returned from her first trip
to the Orient
A MEDIUM-SIZED ONE
Ackey (Mrs Lee) Harris had a birthday- r.ol
a big one but a milestone, nevertheless. Florence
(Mrs. Meyer) Baskin invited her friends to a
birthday party, a lovely affair with champagne
and a birthday cake 'with candles, of cour-c)
brought by Sophia (Mrs. Simon I Markovich.
Other guests were Mrs. Hy Friedman. Mrs.
Alfred Stone. Mrs. David Liebman. Mrs. Seymour
Kaplan. Mrs. Martin Spector, Mrs. Sidney Mark.
Mrs. Josh Kligerman and Mrs. Edward Cohen
They had a fascinating discussion of the book
"Mans Search for Meaning," by Victor Frankl.
ONE PICTURE IS WORTH 1,000 WORDS
Taken in front of that tremendous way-out
metal sculpture in downtown Chicago, is a picture
of Wayne Chasan, son of the Alan Chasans. The
sign he is holding up for all the world to see
says. "Adam Micah Chasan. Sept. 16, 1968. 7 lb--.
2 oz.. 21 inches long. Chicago." It is signed Si:-:
Alan and Wayne. That makes four children in all
who will be coming with their parents to Miami
at Thanksgiving time to stay with grandparent
Bernice and I.ou Schwartzman. The other grand-
parents are Mrs. Helen Chasan and the late Ar-
thur Chasan. Great grandparents are Jacob and
Sarah Lubroth. Frone ithm



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Lodge Speaker {
Gil Rappaport, director of the
Southeastern Region. Zionist Or-
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at the luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith at 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Di L"do Hotel,
a-s its every Tuesday meeting sched- ;
ule is resumed, Malcolm H. From- i
berg, president, announced.
Harold Shapiio, former mayor j
of Miami Beach, is the guest speak-
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Schwartz, a past president of the
Miami Beach lodge, will give his
predictions for the outcome of the
election at the meeting Tuesday, j
Nov. 5.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ruth (Mrs. Jack) Frankenstein was one of four sisters
born in Ellenville, New York. They were brought up in a
most intellectual atmosphere, where education was stress-
ed.
Her father. Herman J. I.evine.
taught at Rutgers College and her
mother was a graduate Hebrew
scholar. Their home was a busj
one. always full of people. Any-
one with a persona] problem came
to Ruth's father lor help. She was
steeped in Jewish Social Service
work He was head Of the Jewish
Agricultural Society and Ruth
went with him when he went
around to the farms. They knew all
of the Grossingers but not from
the hotel, from the Grossingers
RUTH lann>.
All of the sisters fulfilled their parents wishes. One
was an ecomomist, one a teacher and one a pediatrician
and Ruth. They also fulfilled their destinies as women,
all are married and have children.
Living in a small town was like living in the country
Ruth was always close to nature. She loved growing things
and all activities related to the out of doors, swimming
skating and skiing.
After high school she went to Cornell University on a
scholarship. Then she was sent to the Morris Palmer In-
stitute in Detroit, to Smith College also on a scholarship
where she took graduate work in Social Work and received
her masters Degree.
Armed with all of her knowledge she went off to the
big city. New York. There she became a social worker lor
Jewish Family Service and later a supervisor. She was also
a mental hyuienist consultant for the Y.M. and V W.H A
She was oti the faculty of Columbia University Graduate
School of Social Work and the New York University School
of Public Administration.
While on vacation in Provincetown on the Cape she
met her future husband Jack. Right from the beginning
they knew that they were meant for each other He knew
and loved nature and had been on a farm. He introduced
her to the world of the arts He is a painter by choice.
After graduation he took his social work training at the
University of Penn. Seven months after they met they
were married.
They mo\ed here about five years ago with their son
Adam who is now five. All three of them delight in the
wonders of the Florida fairyland. All of the tropical plants
and lish are entirely different. Rieht now they are having
,i great time down at the ocean. The mullet are coming in
and the tarpon are jumping out of the water.
Their home is very special to them because it is
theirs. Gardening is a hobby of Ruths and she is delight
Ing in all 01 the lush green foliage. Jacks paintings hand
Hi the walls, some abstract and some traditional. Jack and
Ruth like to "spotshere." That means meandering around
tramping up and down and about, following their curiousity
They go to theater, visit with friends and talk. They are
constantly having an exchange of Ideas with each other
In the art world. Jack is her teacher and has been a
-Hiding influence in her way of life. The three Franken
steins have a natural reserve although they are all warm
and friendly. Adam has a certain sensitivity and charm
fascinating in such a small boy. Ruth is bursting with what
-he is doing at Temple Beth Sholom.
They have a unique program there, already in it's
third year A counseling service is offered to the members
Ruth, who does the counseling, says that it is different. The
Professional knowledge and discipline of the caseworker
without red tape and a waiting list is carried on in the
tmosphere ol the traditional and spiritual values of the
-\ nagogue
She likes to work in one field, does not like to dissipate
her energies. Kind and considerate. Ruth does not like to
look for far away causes. A friendly visit or offer of help
close by. something to be done at once, is what she likes
to do.
But don't let her get started about the program at
Temple Beth Sholom or she'll never stop talking.
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Sue Ida Golden, daughte
Daniel I. Golden, Harbor House
South, became the bride ol Harold
Aranberg Thursday. Oct 10, al Si
Lake Countrj Club
The bride attended Ohio SI
University, was an exchange stu-
I at Mexico Citj I ollege, and
graduated from the Universitj ol
, rida with a bachelors degree in
Education She has been a teacher
in Dade Count} schools.
The groom, the son ol Mrs David
Aranberg ol Bal Harbor, and the
late Mr. Aranberg, mayor ol Ash
land. Ky graduated from the Ken-
tucky .Military Institute and Duke
University, He received a master's
li gree from the Wharton School
ol Finance of the University of
Pennsylvania and is an executive
with Merrill. Lynch, Pierce. Fen-
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After a honeymoon in Europe,
the couple will live in Miami
Shores
(Gloria Petchers
Is Married To
Dr. Ralph barber
Gloria Petchers. the daughterOl
Mr and Mrs Max Bronstein. 1900
S Treasure Dr.. Miami Beach, be-
came the bride .1 Dr Ralph Far
ber Saturday. Oct. 12 al 'he Seville
||ot,l Rabbi Steven Jacobs ollui
,,,.,, at the 8 15 p.m. ceremony.
Which ua- followed by a reception
at the hotel.
The |in,|,. chose an off-white
rown lor her wedding, and carried
a white bouquet. Helene Petchers
was flower girl.
The .room, the son ol Mrs Rose
Jaffe "I Triton Towers. Miami
B,.ach. had Dr David Farber as
st man I'shers were Morton
Goudiss and Arnold Goldman
Mrs Farber attended Miami
Dade Junior College Her husband
is a graduate ol Rutgers Univer-
se College "l Pharmao and the
Kirksville College ol Osteopathy
and Surger> He is .. member ol
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Friday, October 18. 1968
-Jmisti ffo/rJaFfon
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Home For Aged Auxiliaries Meet
Lccc) National E .ai 1 M m'-ers of Women's
Ami rican OP.T mr1 t d -----j th nq->nd:t
of the Natinnc1 Co I r -- vMr:h will I ke
I ice in C'.ev *n v OV F'i
Left to F-ah-- M-
sr
Kahn, Mrs. Louh la ob on, Mrs. Theodora
Zalles R"aion Pr-a'dant: Ms. HnfoH Sch-
neider, Mis. Louis Baron and Mrs. Florence
Kupperman.
Country Club Cotillion's 1968-69 Season *'*>< i.o Opens Oct. 30 With Phillis Kapp Director
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The Country Club Cotillion's
1968 1969 season opens Oct. 30
when the first class is scheduled;
Phillis Kapp. n- director since
1947. announced this week.
Invitations for the 80-week course
offering training in all types of
ballroom darfeing including "go-
go" have beeri mailed to outstand-
ing 7th-12th grade students.
Everyday manners and etiquette
arc also stressed in the course,
Mivs Kapp. who for live years was
Professor oi Dance at the L'niver-
JWV Auxiliary Meets
Fund raising details of the Com
rnunity Club Awards were to have
been explained at a meeting of
West M;anii Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans at 8.::o p.m. Thursday at
the home ot Mr-. Bertram Barat,
2236 SW Third St.
s:ty ol Miami, has said.
Cotillion classes are held in her
mdio-at 217 Malaga Ave\, Coral
Gables, which she built in 1948.
This (all -he is introducing a new
class designed for all women
teenagers, mothers and business
ind professional women.
Called .]>i7/vx" it i- a combina-
tion of modern dance, exercise and
modern jazz, designed to tone and
firm the body and result in either
'OSS or gain of weight as desired,
lie explained.
During the classes which are
conducted both morning and eve-
.'ings, Miss Kapp will disclose her
'Golden Door" beauty and health
secrets to the students
She has just returned from the
vorld's largest health ranch, the
"Rancho La Peurto" in Tectea,
Mexico, and has visited the famous
'Golden Door'" in California and
l.a Costa'' in Carlsbad. N.M.
lonsors Annual
Fashion Show
Silhouette.- for all Seasons" will
be the theme of the annual Mem
bership fashion show sponsored by
'he Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun at 8:15 p.m. Wednesdaj
at the Temple. 1025 NE Miami
Gardens Dr., North Miami Beach.
Bernice Abrahams is planning
chairman. Assisting her in making
arrangements are Patty Cross.
Rosalind Cohen, and BeBe Bim-
berg and Eleanor Calmenson, who
are in charge ol tickets
Among special guests invited
are North Miami Beach Council
man Jay Heardon and Mrs. Rear-
don: North Miami Beach Mayor
William McDonald and Mis Mc-
Donald and Judge and Mrs Milton
Friedman.
11 Women's Division of the
' Home lot thi Agi d ol Mi
imi Beach will hoi its regular
at 12 30 p.m. Wedi e ij
Harvest Dinner
Set For Sunday
pie Zamora Sisterhood will
- annual Harvest Dinner at
I i" p < Sunday in the Han is
Auditorium of the Temple. 44 7.,\
mora Avc Coral Gables.
Dinner preparation i> under the
tupervisi in ol Mrs, Leah Friedson,
Sisterhood president.
Entertainment will be furnished
bj Jeri .lames and Compart]
Dinner reservations are being
aken bj Mrs Stanlej Silvern and
Mrs. Harry Pinesiek. the cochair
lien of the affair.
\ < rs Hotel. "Survival of a
will be n I b> Mrs Ani \
rteaback
The Greater Miami
Homel A g ed
'\r Ugiers II itel for a i
:'.: \-. v ill h( ,
at brea i
- pn .i
The Junioi
Home (or the Aged will i
luncheon meeting revii i
at 11:30 a.in Tuesda\
Ive aesat Motel. !iil.' ( i
lin- Ave., Surfside
"Heaven Help IV by Hi i b< I
Tarr will be reviewed by Mrs So
phie Primak. Chairman ol the i
is Mrs Nal Levj and Mrs I i
\ atii in is pres
'Sing Out' Group
Will Entertain
The "Sing Out. Miami' group
will entertain at Temple Or Olom
Sisterhood's annual paid-up mem-
, bership supper honoring Sister-
hood members at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Oct. 24. in the Temple auditorium.
Mrs Gerald Schwartz, membership
vice president, has announced.
On the membersnlp committee
are Mrs. Paul Zuckerman, Mrs.
Martin Ilirsch. Mrs. Murray Kaye.
Mrs Al Gliebermann, Mrs. William
Herzbrun. Mrs. Ted Sloan. Mrs.
Hal Bermann, Mrs. Jack Mednick.
Mrs Irving Greenman. Mrs. Max
Forman and Mrs. William Seid-
man.
Mrs. Laurence Kaplan is Sister-
hood president.
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Israeli Folk Dance of Today and
Yesterday were to have been pre-
sented by Rita Trilling and her
troupe at the Temple Or Olom Sis-
terhood meeting Thursday at 8:15
p.m. in the Temple Auditorium
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but by an amazing new vacuum process.
It spirits the ice away without melting it!
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Friday, October 18, 1963
Miami Chapter Hadassah Group
Meetings Focus On Membership
Groups of the Miam I iter ol
i idassah are highlighting
' rship ui 11i time ol the year,
ith luncheons, conk ins and bake-
les on their agendas
rhe Tor^h group p'ai
. sbord luncheon Monday at the
] i glits ol Pyth as Lodge. 4601 W.
s;. At this meeting the
theme "En< oura .r Another i"
Care" w ill be stressed and prizes
will be a ded io the sponsor of
the most new members and to a
new meml F llowing lunch
[.here will be a pi igram ol Israeli
songs Mrs Sidnej SI is pi
dent.
one hundred percent "f the Mt.
Scopjs : and in their honor a lunch will be
held al Temple Zamora Mondaj
The high poinl ol the afternoon
will be ;i book review an I V
Pn sidenl i.- Mrs
. Sokoloff
The husbands ol the Naomi
members will lake over foi
ii. hi with the annual turn-abotrt
meeting sel fi r the V HHA Sun laj
p m Don Shoemaker, edi-
tor ol the Vliami Herald, will tell
o Isi Mrs.
Jail. I'ohi presidenl
I uni | Mondaj is being
the Albert Einstein
a'
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AOU OPUS 7 HAYS A WBMH
M.iyin sin up will ha\i a salt
baked i on Sundaj with it>
I Gou : Sale sched
uled al the club house lor Monday.
\n, 25
i i eth r with the Uberl Ein
stein group, this group i- planning
a brun< h and fashion sh< at the
Marco Polo Hotel. ftifonday, No*
II The proceeds will go to Youth
Vliyah. the child rescue arm of
Hadassah Mrs Joseph Liss is pres
idenl
A Jewish eook>iii will be held
at 8:15 p.m. Monday al Ihe home
ol Mrs. Daniel Borowsky, 19510
NE 18th Ct.. North Miami Beach,
at (.he general meeting of the Chai
group.
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MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN
Alumnae Group
Celebrates Its
Founders Day
Three national officers of Alpha
Ep.silon Phi Alumnae Association,
all members of the Miami Alum-
nae Chapter, will join in the cele-
bration of Ihe sorority's 59th
Founders' Day at a luncheon Sat-
urday at 12:30 p.m. at the Four
Ambassadors
They arc Mrs. Norman Brown,
national vice president. Mrs Rob-
ert Warner, national rush chair-
man, and Mrs. Jerome llalpern.
Twelfth Province Director
Dr. Lynn Bartlett of the Inner
sity of Miami, coordinator of dor-
mitory programming, guest speak-
i er. will discuss "What Is Love?"
Roll call of chapters represented
!at the gathering will be taken by
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Jewish Flor
idian columnist, who is chairman
of the day
Joining in the festivities, too.
will be active members and pledges
of Alpha Eta, the sorority's chap-
ter at the University of Miami.
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riday. October 18. 1968
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C. G. PARIS, REALTOR
Phone 443-5288
KEYSTONE ISLAND
WATERFRONT HOME
MAGNIFICENT HOME, with ex-
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surrounding ow#rsized screened
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bathrooms with deluxe color styled
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Dual Stereo System speakers
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Friday. October
18. 1S68
Jjlion CoSen
Saturday morning. Oct. 19. Ju-
lian Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs.
William I ohen. 9255 Abbott Ave.
M:ami Beacn. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
Julian is a student at the Temple
Menorah Religious School. He plays
French horn in the Nautilus Junior
High School Symphonic Band, and
is a member oi the Optimist Pram
Racing Team at Coconut Grove
Sailing Club, and participated in
the Florida State Team Cnampion-
ship last summer at Ft. Myers
The celebrant's oarents will host
a luncheon in his honor in tiie
Temple Social Hall
lollowing services.
immediately
I BET YOU
DIDNT KNOW
By FRED SANDLER
Here's football fact that's bard
to believe, bat ifs true .
Remember that famous pro
chompionship game ia 1940
when the Chicago Bears beat
the Washington Redskins 73-0?
. Well, although the Red
skins lost by 73 points, they
actually made MORE FUST
DOWNS than the Bean did that
day! tt seems impossible
but here are the official tatals:
The Bears had 17 first downs in
that garni, and the Redskins 18!
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Whot was the longest field goal
ever kicked in a football game?
. The record was set by Jim
Haxall of Princeton in a game
in 1882 when he kicked a 65-
yard field goal You'd think
in all the years since then some-
body would have broken that
record, but no one ever has.
*
How II do you know your
football rules? Here's a little
punier for you Suppose a
forward pass is tried and a
slayer from each the offensive
and defensive team collide and
Both catch the ball together
. They fall to the ground,
each holding the ball and each
having equal possession .
What's the ruling? The
official rules say in a situation
like this, the ball belongs to the
offensive team at the spot of
the catch, and is considered a
completed pass.
FRED A. SANDLER
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE
CONSULTANT SINCE 1929
Life Member Millionaires Club
Member National Association of
Life Underwriters.
595 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
Phone: 444-7101
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Marshall Leeds
At 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Oct. 19.
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid. Marshall Tod. son of
Mr. and Mrs Lewis Leeds of 2415
Biscayne Bay Dr.. Keystone Point.
North Miami, will be Bar Mitzvah.
Marshall, who attends Ner Tamid
Religious School and North Miami
Junior H:gh School, enjoys boating
and fishing.
A Kiddu-h will lollow the serv-
ices and a reception in Marshall's
Honor will be held at the Diplomat
Country Club.

Michael Franz
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Franz will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday afternoon. Oct.
19. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Michael is a student of Harold
Wolk Religious School and will be-
come a member of the Confirma-
tion class of 1969. He attends John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade.
A reception and dinner is being
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel in
Pis honor and there will be out-of-
town visitors participating.
* *
Michael Gaynor
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs.
Robert Gaynor of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. Oct. 19. at Young
Israel of Greater Miami.
Michael, who has attended the
Young Israel Religious School for
the past three years, is an honor
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, where he is a mem-
ber of the Symphonic Band.
A K:ddush will be held following
the services at the synagogue and
during the afternoon a reception
will be held at home for family
and friends with a celebration at
The Beachcomber Motel in the eve-
ning.

Bruce Kestin
Bruce Harold, son of Mr. and
y.-.' Stanlei Kestin. will be called
the Torah at Sky Lake Syria-
_ igue Saturday morning. Oct. IP.
when he will become Bar Mitzvah
An eighth grade student at the
Hebrew Academy. Bruce will lead
both the Schachris and Musaf serv-
-
.2 out-of-town guests ex-
pected for the event are Bruce's
grandmother, Mrs. Ray Barnett.
and hi? aunt. Mr.-. Menle Stein of
Dublin, Ireland. Also present will
be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Nahinsky. Miami Beach.
Mara Niedenthal
Mara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Niedenthal. will Ol serve
her Bas Mitzvah Friday evening,
Oct. 18. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Mara, who is a student in the
fifth year at the Harold Wolk Re-
ous School, will become a mem-
br oi '.he Confirmation cia>s of
1969.
Steven Pincus
St ;en Mark son of Mr. and Mrs
Jules Pincus, 11900 SW 72nd PL
Bruce Kestin
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. Oct. 19. at Beth David Con-
gregation.
An eighth grade student at Pal-
metto Junior High School. Steven
is interested in the guitar, readng
and swimming. He is a member of
Beth David's USY.
A reception in his honor will be
held at the Seville Hotel. Among
honored guests attending the cele-
bration will be Steven's grandpar
ents. Mrs. Anna Pincus and Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Freund.
a
Barry Sommers
On Saturday. Oct. 19. at the 8:30
a.m. services at Temple Or Olom,
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs Stanley
Sommers. 2132 SW 97th Ct.. will
become Bar Mitzvah.
Barry, an eighth grade student
at Rockway Junior High School,
plays snare drums.
Mr. and Mrs. Sommers will host
Julian Cohen
Morsholf leeds
tne Ones Shabbat Friday evening
following the mimic- a.;.I also tne
Kiddush following thi services Sat-
urday morning.
Among the guests will be Barry's
grandmother. Mr-. Eva Sommers
of Miami, his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. E S Brumberger of Phil-
adelphia and other out ot town
guests.
*
Marie Zimmerman
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Zimmerman, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday afternoon.
Oct. 19. at the Beth Torah Congre-
gation.
Mark, a student at John F. Ken
nedv Junior High School, has been
attending the Harold Wolk Relig-
: ious School for the past four years.
In his honor. Mark's parents will
have a reception at home His
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs George
Zimmerman of Miami will attend
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iday. October 18. 1968
fJewist FlforicJian
Paae 13-B
JOStfH P. ZUCKfRMAN
Zionist Congress
Delegate Reports
To JNP Council
Joseph P Zuckerman. delegate
the Zionist Congress in Israel.
.11 report on his mission at the
fish National Fund of Greater
lami's Council meeting at the
itainebleau Hotel Wednesday,
ige Harold B. Spaet. JNF presi-
it has announced.
llVhile in Israel, Mr. Zuckerman
received in a special audience
President Zalman Shazar. with
>m he worked as a young man
Berlin in the Jewish weekly,
Indshau. Mr. Zuckerman is al-o
personal friend of Premier David
[nGurion. an associate for many
rs in the Zionist Labor move-
em. He was honored at a special
ception by Abba Hushi. Mayor of
Ufa.
[At home, Mr. Zuckerman is very
ktive in the Farband movement
Bd is its head in fie Southeastern
gion of fhe United States.
Hsfes Are Held For
Milton Malakoff,
Agency Executive
Funeral services were held on '
iuncay for Milton S. Malakoff, first:
manager of the Greater Miami
jtale of Israel Bond Office, and I
ormer public relations director of
he Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
.ion.
Mr. Malakott. 68. died Friday, j
ie came to M'ami Beach from
New York in 1946 and during his
-aieer had been a fund-raising ex- I
CUtive for the National War Fund,
the United Jewish Appeal, the
American Red Cross and the Jew- ;
ish Welfare Board.
He had at one time been a re-
porter for the Seattle Post-Intelli- :
~ence, the Seattle Star and the '
v'aieibury (Conn.) Republican.
Mr Malakoff lived at 8025 No-
emac Ave. He is survived by his
v fe, Betty; a son, Jo-eph of Ala-
.leda. Calif.; a daughter, Marion
viHiams of Philadelphia; two sis-
ters, Rena Rothnian. Oakland.
Calif., and Nettie Malakoff of New
York City; a brother. William, of
Jakiand; and three grandchildren.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
|B th,' u n-- m desiring, tn (figag.
Ill "USil..... ui dw ll.f fidtltiOUS
of INDA WHOLESALE a1 3784 N.W
36i stn Miami intend to reg
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INDALECll I FERNANDEZ
DAVID E. ML'NIZ
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HYMAN TOUT
Rites Held For
Max A. Shlein
Funeral services ior Max A.
Shlein. 63. were held Oct. 9 at
Temple Z'on. where he was a trus-
tee Mr. Shlein. who lived at 2945
SW 21st St.. died Oct. 7.
Active in the affairs of the Miami
Heart Institute. Cedars of Lebanon,
and Mt. Sinai Hospitals, and a
member of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, he was a veteran of World
War II.
Survivors include two sisters,
Mrs. Elsie Briefman of Miami
Beach and Mrs. Fay Lubin of Wil-
mington, Del.
Funeral arrangements were by
Gordon Funeral Home.
Tori's To Attend
JFDA Parley
In Tel Aviv
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman J. Torf of
1500 Broadview Ter.. Bay Harbor
'slan-ls. principal owners of Torf
Realty Corp and Sinai Funeral
Chapel of North Miami Beach, will
attend the 41st annual convention
jf the Jewish Funeral Directors of
America in Tel Aviv. Oct. 21 to
Nov. 5. Mr. Torf is serving his
'hircl 3-year term on the Board of
Governors of the Jewish Funeral
Directors of America.
The theme of this years con-
vention is "Return to RealityA
Study Mission To Israel." One very
important project is investigating
availability of grave sites and cost
of graves for those who wish to be
buried in Israel.
Sinai Jewish Funeral Chapel of
North Miami Beach will have full
details and complete informat;on
about burial service in Israel. "AH
efforts are being made to make
burials in Israel both simple to ob-
tain and economical in cost.'" Mr.
Torf stated.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 68-15700
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
YVES Mi 'NN'V.
Plaintiff.
j BAMSI-: bunny.
I let'emlaiit
To; mks JEANISE BONNY
I no,i Ka, (j, Y. Avenue
Apt 2-A
Brooklyn, NY.
YOC, JEANISE BONNY arc here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce ha* oeen fileii against
you, ;iii I you are to serve copy "f
I your Answer ,.r I'leuiliiiK to ihe'Hill
. of Complain! on ihe Plaintiff* At-
torney, DUNN mill JOHNSON. 4irt
BlH-ayne Ituil'lm.;. 19 Weal Piaster
Street, Miami. Florida 13130, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the Dfflee '.f the Clerk of ihe <"i.-.-uir
Court on or before the 21 mi dav i.f
November, 1968. If you fail to do s..
Judgment bj default will be
against you foi the relief demu.ided
in the Itill >f Complaint
Thin notl, shall be publlshe I
each week r..i four rouses uih
in Tin; Jewish pi oridi \\
DONE .ami ORDERED In Miami
i-I'-id... in:.- nth daj of u
I9S8,
I.- it LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade county, Ph>rid i
By: c p. cnl'KI.A-
i i.nuty Clerk
(Circuit i 'ourt Seali
Dl \'\ 11.t JOHNS) >N
4in Blscayne Building
.Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1" 18-25 ll/l-S
ATTENTION
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 73094. B
IN RE: Estate of
l.i HIS HAYMAN
I......ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb) given that I hai
filed m> Final Report and Petition f-
tition and Pinal Discharge m
Executrix "f the estate of LOUIS
HAYMAN deceased and that on tl )
_'i clay !' O.-toher, 196s. will apply '<
Ho- Honorable County Judges >f Dads
i'.'uhiv. Florida, for anproval of sa '
Final Report am >r distribution at I
final
harge
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA' CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-15602
i'" Mil FS JACOBS, and
UII.MA J tGOBS, his wife,
Plaintiff-.
El aim: T BCCVB8. formerly
known a* KI.aint T HEALY, -' d
t>efendants.
Ti > ELAINE T ECC1 i:s
known aa El. A INK T
and JACK BCCL.ES,
band, P.O. Box 37.
Hawaii 96717, and
NELLIE M BUNKER
BUNKER, h.-r huaband, if marri-
ed, residence unknown, and
MAJtGARET I! FISHER ami
PI8HER, her \ marrieti reaidence unknown, and
J. H. V'ANDENBOON. .lit. and
VANDENIMiOM. his
wife, residence uiiknnu n. and
FHKI> A. WUI.F and CORNELIA
H WOLF, his wife, reside.....
uttknown. and
PRANCES C, OBISE and
0EH8E, her huaband If married.
reaidenoe unknown, anil
A II VANDENBOOM. and EDNA
HENRIETTE VANDENBt m)l
hi- wife, residence unknown, a ad
BACH AND ALL i>f Till-:
above Named defendants,
IF LIVINfi AND IK DEAD
THEIR RESPECTIVE l"N-
KNOWN SPOL'SES, HEIRS,
A'siijs flRANTBEB AS-
SlUNEES, CREDITORS, LIEN-
I'itS. TRUSTEES, SUCCESSORS,
VND ALL THOSE CLAIMING
INTEREST BY. THit'THH OR
AOAINST ANY I F THE AB( IVE
DEFENDANTS, AND OTHER-
WISE realdettre unknown, and
A '. iTHER UNKNIIWN PAR
TIES H VVINn i R CLAIMING
HAVE ANY RIGHT TIT| k
IEST IN, OR I 1EN
N THE REAL PROPERTY
IHKIN i ISCKIBED, I >H W V
I THERE! IF n aidi I

You Ifled that -
.ii. rnuvht
In the in u 'out Dadi I' in -
Florid i ilnat all I lalmins
" w inc !.....
i situated In Dade i 'ount} .
!" i|
Weal '
CORAL WAY CEN I
.:,_; Pint thi
I .. at
.'.. Ki
11
Cnurl > It
I to Hie Com1*!
my therol
ilfr i- rnej HENRY X< >RTi >N
i ;
-i-i on n before the 22n I da} of
Vv.'Tii'..- otherwlae ludfcment
will !. ujtains) you bj de-
faull
\^ in .--- m\ h
i'-in i. at .v ami l tade 'ouni
i id i '.'- mth 11> of Octoi
' I KATi IKltM AN
i Met i> of the Circuit Court
11 ide l 'ountj. Florid i
B) N V. HEW
I........v Clerk
HENRY NORTON
Attonie} i ir Plaintlffa
1406 l.iscavnc Ituiliiiutr
Miami. Florida 33130
10/18-28
th.- above-named
I.iv of Sentemher,
K.TTIK HAYMAN.
I !\- utrix
BROAD and CAS8EL
Attorne)
\-:<> I Inroln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9 !7 in 4-lt-U.^
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCEHV,
No 68-15W
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FE IRENE 1>K V A RON A CAMPOS
Plaintiff,
\i in- ENRIQUE CAMPOS.
I i.-rVmlant ,
TO; ALDO ENRIQUE CAMPOS
::i c.ilar Aveaue
Apt No. 16. Weal End
Lone Branch, New Jersey
You. ALDO ENRIQUE CAMPOS,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Con-
plaint for Divorce hat i.....n filed
anainst you. and you a"- required I I
aerve a copv of vnur Answer or I'lca inc to the" Mill' of Comolalnl on ihn
Plaintiffs attorney, LBSTER ROO-
BR8, ESQ.. H99 N w. 14th Street,
Miami. Florida 33186 and file Mm
. oriaiiuil Answer or Pleadlnn in th
office of ih.- Clerk of Hie Circuit
Court mi or before the 21th day f
November. IMS If you foil to do s<>.
juiiirment by d.iauli will i>^ taken
against vou for tbe rnlicf ib'inainl'* 1
iii the Bill of Complain!
This notice shall be published one*
each week for 'our on--' weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this nnh day "f October
A.D. 1 '"
E 11 LEATHERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida
By: N. A HEWETT
11. outy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
I ESTER Iti IOERS, ESg
99S N.W IHIi Street
Miami, Florida 3
in H _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COL'NTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76805
In 1:1: Estate of
A I YAK' I. ''S' >R!< 1
I '..,- i-i.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn to and All Persons Ha -
ing Claims or Demands Agai isl Sa I
Estate:
Vou are hereb} notified ind m
ed to present an} claims
w in- h you 1
tati of Ai VARi i. > '.- iRU 1 d ceas-
ed late of Dad Ci Hi >. Florida,
Count} Judges of Dade Count} and
file ti" same In du ind ;
provided In Section 733 16, 1
Statutes, En thel 1 the Cou
Courtl >use In I nile 'ount}. Florid 1,
within six calendar
time of the first publication
thi Bam a barred
it Miom '
la; I (iclobel ID I nil
Bl ANi 1: 'I PENA -' 'RIO
1 1
the f of I
I'M'! K\\ ITN K .
[STEIN KM :'v;:'
., till i|SS
All >rt Vdmii
I:'" I .ill! "in Roi I,
M i.iim Beai h
M l-
11/: -t
: ".-
'
TU 5-1689
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sV^
RESULTS
DETECTIVE AGENCY
"fm01.1i t fttHmW
Ftrmtr Pilict NfMWMl 2* Mr. Sr
In
Iiiiici
Smicii'-i
tamiiir.stu.i-.
.* ltpiie$isftn
/I Motn( Nnaai
f l'"^*- r%tMil rrdieclei
* CI Jim 1!'..-. r
fiuard Stinct
P.I. MI 4U, TaMUMI STATI0M
MIAMI. FLIRIDt 33144
Phone 446-3059
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 68-1S905
NANCY I.K.i IN< IR I >E I.A
CARIDAD FERNANDEZ I
ALVAREZ
Plaintiff.
ALBERTO JORGE FERNANDEZ
Y AI YARE2
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Tl' A BERT" 1 .11IRGE
FERNANDEZ \ ALVAREZ
Cortina 469
Hi' ana. 1 'ul>a
You are hereb} notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has t"
filed aita.a.-t you, and v>u are requir-
ed to aerve a copy of your Answer
on Plaintiff's solicitor, DAN SATIN
_> \\ cm Flagler, Miami, Florida, atel
file tin- original In the office of*the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 1'"tli da} of November, 1948
otherwise a judgment by default will
1 1. veil against you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Mill ISth
la) "f Octolier, 1968,
K B LBATHERalAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade Countv Courthouse
Miami. Florida
By: C i' COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
10/IH-2S 11/1-8


a<
Faqe 14-B
JsWisti ttorkttaw
Friday. October 18. i<
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOVICE
A
lo
'I
V 10
at i
;. d
(I
lie '
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN,THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68.15832
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TSEY MA.....i.\,
iHintirr,
v
'V IRD G MAi< >. >.\ .I i:
ndi
EDWARD ti \ia......\ .ii;
l: W East 1"ih Street
Cisco, T.
ii Kl IWAKI) '; M \i :, H iX .n;
' i b) nollrliil lhal ii Rill of i 'om
f"i nivnnf ha* i...>, ni,.,i
ii"i > 11. nml i ,.u nn n......v.i
-;i if a i npj nt your Aiikm i m
' i i"- Hill >( I'nmiilnini on
Hi'- Pliilntlff'N attorney, i'.viihn
.v ROTHKXRRIMJ ss Blacnyne
IliiiUlliiR Ml nil. Florida ::-;i::.. Rnd
Hi. Hi.- original Anawer or Pleading
1 Hi..... of Hi. > 'I. ll, iif Hi. i '||
1 'nun mi or i..-1..i-.- ii,,. 20th rtaj
' N< \> m r, ima ir ,,, ,:ii| ,,, ,i;.
- lu.lgm- in hj default will h< lHk< 11
Insi you for the t-.-li. r demanded
Bill "i Complaint.
This notice Klmll I..- published once
l. week for four eonsei utlve week*
t hi: jem ish i--i oridian
DONE AND ORDERRD al Miami,
I i i.l.-i. thin i.-. 111 daj of......her \ |i
i .
E II l i: VTHEHM w. Clerk,
iroull Court. Dado County, Florida
Bj r p, copbi a.vd
hi nuty Cli rk
mi i *.-iii-t Soul)
OAIDIN. ROTHENBERd KlHIAN
and KOR'VHI.l'M
Risen) ,. Ruildlng
l iml Florida :: II In
A Home) foi Plalntirf
I" IX-S3 I I/1-s
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
DOCG PALMER
Plaintiff,
CATHEHIXK MARY P VI.Milt.
lb rend.ii.I
Tt CATHERINE M \l:\ PALMER
I Jti Tn Mini,' W'esl
Si I -..iln rlne.
< ititnrio, i'anada
V< n t" VTHHR1NE MAH> I'.M 11
BR, .'i i In n lij notlfl. .1 lhal 11 11
of i 'omplnini for I lit ore* ha* heeii
filed against you. and your are re
Wired In -. r\ .....|>) ol j our Aiikm
ei or Pleading the Rill Com-
plaint .in Hi.- Pl.iini 11 :i i lorn, v
DONAI.D II ROSS, ll'.' Riwaytie
Boulevard, Miami, Plot-Ida 3:117.1 ISA
an.I file the orlirlnal Answer ,,i Plead
ii"-' ii 'I.....ffioc .,' I he Clerk of the
L'ireull Court .hi .,1 before the l ltd
day ..r Xovemlier. Rum If you fall to
do no, judgment by defaull will In
tak< ii nKii i'.tal v .,ii for Ihe relief do-
in.in.I.-.I in Hi. Hill ,,i 'nmplnlnl
Till* notice shall he published onee
each week f'.r four consecutive Week*
in THE JEWISH Pl.oltllii.vN
DtlXK AND IRDBHED at Miami,
Florida, ihis v t ii das ,,i ......... i- ,\|.
IDtiS
E H I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
i'ii, nn Court, Dade Count; Florida
B) N A HEW KTT
l>.|.ui> Clerk
ii iroull i "ourl Seal i
I >.\ A I.I i II It) iss
KtlSil His.-a) in- Boulevard
.Miami. Florid* ::::i::T
ailorney f.,r Plaintiff
In 11-18-23 II 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN "*HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-15237
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIA.MI >X M 'TAIill i.
Plaintiff,
i;. >XK M M i'1'Altli .
I ii fendnnt.
Tl i l!i 'Si: M. Nt ITAHH i
ltd Ave Apt I',
'nlumbua, :.i
You. ROSE M. NOTAKIo. ii. I., i.
li.-.i thai it BUI ,,r I'omplnlnt
for Dlvorei ha* been filed against you
an.I j .,u are n iui i.-.l I,- ,-,'T v, .i op)
ol v.,in Answer or PleadhiK lo the
Hill of Comolainl .,n tin 11:,mi fl -
attorney, I.EXTER ROGERS, Mm N w
St Miami. Klorida and lib- the
orlirlnal Answer or Pleadlim in the
of the Clerk ..I' lb.- ClreUil i "ourl
.hi ..I before Ihe Mih da; ( Voveml.-
er, !!,- h you i'ail In di .-. ludy
monl by default ill i ink. n iitriiinsi
you for Hi.- relief demanded In the
Hill ... Complaint.
'I'lii- not lee shall l- published nm-e
. a. Ii ueek for four .- i-.-.-uiiv,- w.-.k.-
iii Till: JEWISH Kl.i HMI MAX.
DOXK A\|i ni(I>KRED al Miami.
I- lorldn ilii> in. day ,,< lotoher A 11
M.r.s
K H I .EATHKIi.M w Clerk
I in-uil '"..nn. Dnde County, Klorida
B} P .' >PBI. VXD
l'. puty i'I.-iU
11 uil ',,ni'i Seal i
I ESTER ROGERS
''! X.W Mih Street
Miami, Plnrida
An,,i ii..> for Plaintlfl
I" II-IN-L'." II I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V'TICE IS HEREBY HX'K.v in.,,
undenda.....I. deairlni I.....
hUHlnexMe* under the flelltiou"
1 '"- "i i 'ii :.\ I. i'i n\-i i.\\ \sn
,;- S \V L'HIi Street, and
III >|l C( |X I.AI'MHIV in i:. -.;. >
,~ \\ Ml, street Intend i. reitlli r
I name* nub the 1'lern ,-i .
' i-uil .',,.n-i of Dade County, Florida
ROBERT W. XECMANN
IRIS \Y. N'KI'M A \
1 > 'I.DMAX, ;< 11.1 istKI \
.v PAOB1RH
.' lorney* for Applloant*
"l"l Weal Fuifrler Street
ml, Florid*
I" 11-1 -;. Ii I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhal
undendR-ued. de*lrln* to otigraire
hiwlni under the fl.-tlilou- nam,
i.M'i us is r.\i.i.\iiT|.:ii cop .,,
s W I at Street. .Miami. Florida
nn- hi ',. re-|*ter -,,i.l name
'-'Hi Hi,- i I,ik ,.f it... Circuit Court ..f
i' de i'.,in iy. Florida
JACK .1. WEISS
, ."," ,s S ]" """' Miami, i'i.,
.1 K i w KISS
in... fur
iif* I'lillmltod i ',.i'|i
1" ll-IN-l'.-. II 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
Hi. mid. iMcn.-.l. deairinK '" "I.Kai.....
bii-..n. -> under the fl.lltlou* nam.. .,i
sl'i:i:n\\ AY BAR al Mtiii v ,\ :u,
Street, .Miami Intend* lo register ., I
name with the Clerk iff the Circuit
Court .a Dade i '..univ. Florldn
HARRY i KIT. III.KV. s..|. ti
m:>si.i:i:. massey
*.- beckeilmax
Attorney* for Appliranl
4:o lllltmore Way,
Coral Gable*
I" ll-lx-L'-, 11 ,
NOTICF UNDER
V -,-, F, CTIT'OUS NAME LAW
N-'K'-K s HEREBY GIVEN that
"'--.....I. .l.-,nnc ... ,.p,:, |,l
i. '.v !'. -V" r "' "'' "" "
l[ \'-\ \.K ...i s.,.,.
"< Miami Florida SSIfil ,,,, ,|
^-isi.i- ...,,i name with Hi. Clorl: of
'" "' fnurl of Dade Counti
Dated at Mian, Dade Cou! ,
I-1, ai. la Hi Tib .1 ,, .......,,,!,, .,'
-..... JEAN /. SMITH
! 1.1.1.^ BRi ii IKS in IPES
Allot Applil am
I" ii-,- ..'. i; i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ith JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
rOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 68-14681
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
R|'> l: BARTON
\ s
] >RIS M \K HART) >N
,. .
' I IRIS MAE BARTI IX
Ri hi.ii... I nkliou n
a I" R1S M \i: BARTI IX. in.-
rebj in lifted thai n 'omplainl for
Ii oree ha* been filed aRalnal you.
I -ii are required lo -, ,. ., npj
'"'" An*wet ,, plendltiK..... Plain'-
i ff* An..i-i. I. ISEPH 11 Yi ll'Xtl
C". Blltmor. u ;n Coral Gable* Plot
ii fill Hi, m h ill 'I ereof mi
] fon lb. .-ii, day of i. lober, IH6S
he offlei of H uIh.i ngn, ..lb, i .
I .' I 'iili v ill b. niton d aa
> a
I'XTKM al Miami, Florida, tl
I -a September, liWS
K. H I.EATHERM \N
Clerk of ill. ,. ii 'ourl
I lade i 'ounlj F ,,i ilii
Bj I. s BePIETRO
.' -7 Hi I- II !v
NOTICE BY PUBI-ICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-15834
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
- M I i:i. SIM.MI i.VH
I 'I.....lift.
l.l'1'H.I.K SIM.MI INK,
Defendant
'i.' i.ri'ii.i.i-: sim.mi ixs
(Realdetici I .iknou n i
You, l-l I'll l E SIMMON'S, are here-
1 lhal ,i Bill of Complaint
for |ii....,-. ha* li.-.n filed nKAlnsl
j -ii. an.I \..u are required i, s,fv. .,
i-opy of your An*\ver or Pleading to
Hi, Hill .a Comnlaint on the PI
- attorney. BERNARD l: .lAI'l-'i:
i-' Alnaley RulIdlnK. .Miami. Florida
:::1'.-. and file the original Anawer .a
Pleading in Hi. .,in,, of the Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Court irn .. before the
J 'Ii day ,.f November I'-v ,.
fall tO .1,. s... jiiilu lll.lit by default
v ill be taken agratnai ecu i,
i, lief demanded In the I'.in ..f Com-
plaint.
'I'liis notice shall be published .......-
each week for four oonaecutlve week*
In THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Florida, this 13th daj of October
A 11 I''..-
E I! I-EATHERMAN. Clerk,
l'ireull Court, Had.- County, Florida
li.v p. COPB1 AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BERNARD It .IAFFK
i,i- Aiiisb-.v Muil.liiiL-
Miami. Florida MISS
Attorney for Plaintiff
lO.'18-tt 11/1-8
Ida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the unilorslKitod, deairlna i.....,,;.,-,
Ill buHlues* under the fictltllou* n nn
;'Ji:s STEMERMAN and BROWN
.....' s"u"1 Weal KTth Avenue, Mil.....
Flii. Intend* t,, register -aid nam,
with the Clerk of Hi. circuit Coun
"' Bade County, Florida
DRS. STEMERMAN and BROU \
ProfosKlon'.I \s*|.|Htion
SPARIIER and R( ISKIX p \
An..ri,...s for Applliiiiit
I"" N III-, ., I;,. |!|V ,|
Miami. Florida
1" I1-JS-J3 11 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'Ti.'i; is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalaned, dealriug .....ugai,
nfTTuSTT X'\ "" '" ......"- ''""
'.,.- i\ l:;VIA,:" 4" Jl"-:'"l" Mile.
' oral Gable*. Florida Intend to register
and name with the Clerk ... then"
'".....'"' '' Dade County, K
_JBR( i.mk i IS5ER
Ml l Pine true Drive
JACKj.MVBW"hP,0r,d Alliirn... for
TIME V-RAMA
^41 S \\ Isl Street
Miami Florida
III M 18-23 II ;
IN|LHftEK.Ss^Js'TV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
..... No. 71802-C
In RE: Eatate .-i
ABNBR GRBBNBERG
a I; ;i ABE GRBEXBERG
I '.<. as, ,|
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKF
PLiCMAr7LKN F0R D'STRIBUT.ON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
na\e filed ..ut Finn Report and Pe
"'"'i for Distribution a,'l K, | ,s-
olinrge a* ancillary B\eoutor" of the
eatat, ,,, ABNBR 6REEXBERG a k/i
thai on the 12th day ... \,,,. ,i ,
,'. "lM aPPlJ i" Ha- Honorable
Count} Judgeaol H.,.1. .,,,...,,,,.,
'"' ajiproval of raid Final Ref..... and
'"' 'l-I'll'Ui..... and fit.......Hchanri ,-
aiicillar} Exwutor* ol ihi estati ol
d' ;''';',: ;::f:.T'l,;,s.....""' Thi> ,,h
VICTliH |:.\| aii.w
OSCAR GOTTENBEHG
J< 'Sll REPHCX
All,,in.)
137" VYnshlitgion Al. nn.
Miami Beach, Fla. 3:ii:i!i
In 11-18-25 II I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V'TI.'i: is HEREBY GIVEN lhal
the undersigned, flesh-Inn lo engage
"I .HyilS"; u'......r "" tltlou* nami
I NITBD MARINE, l\. ai mi
ii
i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80686-A
In RE Eatate of
JOAN ABBOTT ; WNES
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
II1B hums or In man.I.. Against Said
Eatate
You nre hereb) notified nml renuir-
.. I., prosonl any claim* and demand*
which you ma} have against the e*
late ol JOAN ABBOTT GAIXES de-
I'enaed late ol Daile fount} Klorida
in [he County Judge* of had.- t'ountv.
Ana me lb.- sain, in duplicate anil is
provided In Section Turin;. Florida
.Statutes, in their office* in the Couno
iiurlhouse in Dade County, Florid i
with hi six calendar month* from the
lime ol lb,- first publication hereof
or ill. same will I... barred
. "'"'I at Miami. Fl......a. this Ith
day ol October a h unit,
BBN B QAINBS
a- Administrator
I .. V'V Pb,"'ln of thl* not I....... ii,.-
I Mih day oi i Ictober IStili
SPARIIBR and ItOSKIN P \
I Attorn. ; r,,r Administrator
; in" North Hlscayiie Hli.i
! Mia nn, Florida J31S2
I" 11-18-33 II 1
NOTICE OF
I WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HERBin GIVEN lhal
by virtue of Chapter B7 ... Plot ,1*
statute* Annotated tiiHii. \\ ,.
lious.in.n and Warehouse Reo,
uherein ABB VAN LINKS it Florida
' ]<:.11.,i, b} virtue of its warehouse
len has in ii- pomeHHlon the follow-
tug ii.s,rii.,i propen\
r.-.-.l Household Goods it* the in.....-rtv
;' MR. and MRS I-: HINKBY. who*.
last known ail.h. ss Wa* t" : \ M |Tth
. Street, Miami. Fla., ami thai nil the
si .ia> ol November, IHi'.l. durltm the
ga In.u.s ,,i sale, mitinl.i i i-------,
1 "" fore......ii ami 2 "" in Hi., aftel -
....on at SUM x n 24th Avenue, M
1 >..... lh* '.....eralgned shall offer for
sab- to ih. highest l.....I.,- i, ,nh
ii hand the above descrlbwl properi}
of MR and MRS E IIINKE\
Dated al Miami, Florida, tins t|,
da} .,i Ictobet. RiBi.
I" ll-ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Mii'lii: IS HEREBY GIVEN tl ll
the Ufi.l.-isik'io-.l. 'I. siriin: i. engasi '"
buslnes* under Ihe fictitious name "i
AMERICAN LNTBRIOH DECORAT-
i \-; si:i:\ i; ai 77', Arthur Godfrey
Road Miami Beach, Florida Intend*
. ster s.i"i name with ihe *'lerk
. Hi, circuit 'in' ,,i l i.ni. i '..uiii i
Florida
l-'l.ni: M. DESIGNS. INC d b
\MERK \N INTERIl iR
IlKtl .RATING SERVICE
B} \\ II 1.1 '.....PBENWAIJl
I'i. Rldent
SHIRLEY \M I I'
Allot in \ i, i
i' I i in.
\ ut lodfre} Road
.Miami Beach. Florida
I" 18-23 11/I-s
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 8051?-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RK Estati ol
HERBERT ,11 >ll\ Ml i:\in
I.....iseil
To \n i-i.-i"..,- nml aii i'. i
Having i'him- or 11..111.111.1-
Agailisl Si,I Kstate:
Vou are hereb} notified anil reitu led
I., preaettl an} claim* and demands
which >u mni have aguinsl Ihe estate
of HBRBRRT JOHN MI'BNCH, do-
ii si -.1 late .a' I>ade Count} Florida,
i,. in. Com 1} Judge* ,,t Bade Count} .
.....I file Hi, same in duplicate and as
in"i ol, Secllot 7 : : U'.. Florida
St.,iui,-- ii Ihell office* ii ih.. i'. -it ,i t \
Courthouse iii Bade County, Florida,
iillhiti 'i\ ialemlai months from the
inn. ..I ihe first publication herei I '
tli. *ami. i. ill be l.ati,,I
I'......I :,< M in Fl.....la, Ihis r. d.n
s. |,|. ml., i \ |. I-.,..
VIRGINI \ I. Ml EXCH
A- A'linnn- ii .i" \
I'n -i publlcat ion ,,| i in- not.....-I
i,, '7 ,i : -. > pi. rul '
WHITKACRE at d ROBBIN'S
Mi,.-n. f..i kdnili tral
m.| \\ 19 Stn
II in lea Ii I'.m i,I.,
' 7 I. I 1 -is
NOTICE JJY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-14458
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EI.AIXE F HEFT
Plaintlfl
. -
\\ 11,1.1AM R HEFT
l>. i,
TO: WII.I.IA.M l: HBFT
I..:'. SUi Mie} Su. :
North Totiawanda,
Ne Vork Ulso
Vou, WH.I.IAM R HEFT .....lore.
b) notified tliii a Bill ,.i Com
foi I n> .a.. ha* been fib ,i iigalltsl v ...i
and : ..u are r. itulreil to set i a i op}
of your Answer or Pleading In Ihe Bill
.,1 Comnlulnl on Ihe Plaintlfrf. attor-
ney, 8TANI.KY I: C.OODilAX 2fi88
N VV fiSnd Street, Mi.nm. Florida KI147
and file Ihe original Answer .-i Pleail-
Iiih in Hi. offli of ihe Clerk of the
<' n i Vii: ,.i or before i hi 2*1 h
da) .a i Ictober, I ibid Ii you fail lo do
nnIt. in. a', hi di ti.illi u ill be laki n
) u foi Hi. .. lo i .1. nut tided
In Ihe Bill a Complaint
Tins i........ -I .,|| l publish, ll
in I. ,* in ,,iis.. nn.. .. eeks
ii, Tin: JEW ISH I'l.i IRIDIAN
IMiNE AM. iRDERED ." Mlani
Florida n :iitb da} of S.|,:.nii-i
A I i I'-i-
i: H I.EATHERM \ \' I'lei
1 I', a ir I lad. 'ount) Florida
IV N A HEW NTT I., putt .
Si ,!
STANI.E\ i: GIMIDMAX
:-- N M I St reel
' 117
- ..7 III 4-11-1
NOTICE UNDER
v -,fi,$TmOUS NAME LAW
M'TI.'I.; is HEREBY .;i\
Hi. underalciieil desiring t,,
bualuea* undei lite fictlt ,,
RICHARD .1 IIHI.FM v\ u
17. Itlltmore Way, Coral .;
Intend* to register said ,,..,
tlerk ... tl,.- Clnull .',,,
."ItlllV. I'I..1Mb,
RICHARD .1 lli:i I'M \v V| ,,
SPARBBR .mil ROSKIN p v
Attorne) s |,.r Appll. :,i,
I"" \ Bisca) tie Itouli .
\| mi. Florida
' -7 in i
NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY GO i
in. undorsia .. ,l ,i. Iring to 't
businea* under the fictitious
(IERAI.D \l EXANDKIt, M |.
I.in. oln Road, -Miami Ben, Ii i
lend* ... retclater .-a.,I ,,.,,.
' I. Ik ol lb.- .,!, uil I', .,
County, Florida
GEHAIJ) ALEXANDER \i i
SPARBBR and ROSKIN I' \
Altortle.l for Appb. ant
I"" \ Ills, a> In- II,.ill, s..,.l
Miami, Fla
' .'7 ;, i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBHBin ,;i\ i
Ihe un.b ralgiie.1, dealrlt g to
business under Ihe fictitious
SBG M. AM. BRRG ai 12S6H I
lloub laid. X Miami |-|.,
register -.ml i... in. with the .
ii.,- i it, nn i 'ouri .a hi.
i'i,,i i,i.i
DBS SBGAI, AXD BF.P.i
PIP iFEKSK i\ Al. ass. i v
SPARBBR and ROSKIN I' \
Ait.-in.!-, foi Applicant
I'.n N Hi-, .,. ni Boulei aril
Miami l'
! 2" |ll I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBl <:i\ 1
ili. undei -imi.-il. desiring lo
-- nn,I. i lb.- f:. iii i,.u-
Al.l It VII RESTACRAXT ., i .
N \\ 7 Hi Street, Mia in I
tend* In register said m nt.
i 'lerk .-I Hi.-' i 'nvuit 'out i
t 'ounl i, Florida
All B VR, IXC..
I I. i Ml BAH REST M i:
W VI.TBR8. MOORB A Cosn
Attorney* for All-Bar, In.
Hunt Amah v BulWtng.
.Miami Florida
? j: I- i
Miieire FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni "'I I. I-. IS III.KKI'.l GIVEN
the undereigned, deairing In ,
busuiea* under the ii. lltiou
a i n his; a i ni:i p i-i \\i i:k
ERS; A I PERSOXNBI. V-l TE.VI
PORARY WORKERS \ I.AIIul!
KRS A i TEMPORARY MEN
TEMIH IRARY VVI 'MEN; \ I
PORARY iHKl.S. A-l WOMEN. A
EMPUIYEES A I TEMIliRAlO
EMPIjOYBEM: Al MEN; \ I IRI.S
Al TEMIt IRARY SER\ ICE '
TEMI1HIARY IIKI.r. A-l I \
A-l TBMI1 iRARY l.Al:m:
I'i IRARY .1' 'US: A-l TBMPt l\'.\
BMPI-OYMENT at '.:: \ U
m lami, intend* to rei i
u lib ib. i 'lerk of the Circuit
Dade County, Florida,
\ l.Al'.. di im
8 W I-i Street, Miami. F......L,
Intends to register said name
Hi.- t lerk "f Hi, .'ir, uii Court .-i
County, Flot Ida
' 'kl aa I" FID A Mi".
Ml S W 1st sir. i
Mi.urn Florida 331.in
JACK .1 WEISS
Attorney for
' liiii.-.l Marine, l.n-
ii ni.
Had.
1n
ll-ls-;-. II 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the u.....rslgned, deairing lo engage
in business undei the fictitioUH name
of RO'S CORNER nt 12201 N U Til,
Ave., int. n.ls to register s.-.i.l num.
i.itb the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
ol Dade County, Fkirida
Rl IRE WARREN
Sob < in ii.-t
RrARKS fabbr
Attorney f..i Aunllcanl
1012 Alnale) Building
In ll-IS-;.-, II 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKREBY GTV'KN that
lb.- underslg.....I. il.-siilng to ut., .,.
Ill businiss under 111,- fi. .ill......,,,,.
of MIAMI OPTICAL CENTER al
.,'," West Flagler Stre.-i. .Miami in-
tend to r.-gist.-r said name with lb.
Clerk of tb. Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida
DBNA GATEMA-N
MKI. SANDBBRti
and SYLVIA t'RUCH
10/11-1R-.3 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80394-A
In RE Eatnti ,,f
I'llll.ll' PAVER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i..Iii..i- and All Persons Hill
Pig Malms or Demand* \. i Bald
I.-'.i lo:
Vou are hereb} notified and reuuir-
'' "; I'"" '" at | laim* and denu.....*
Which >..u ma} have again*! the i -
te .a PHILIP HAM',: deceased
"ti ol Dade i ounty, Florida lo Ihe
' "'."|U Judge* of in.....,, ,,,,
..mi file thi same it ilupll. .
PriM id. d in Se. i.on J.13 Iti Florida
. Statutes, In their office* In lh. I'ouuO
'urtliou*.......,,!.. Count}. F|,
withlti six calendar month* from
' "" "I Ihe first publication here-
"' '" Ho sami uiii i burr, d
r>aled at Miami. Florida, ihi* mi,
da} ol ... tober. A |. I9.IK
i :i '\\ a i:i i \ M. M .ih:
,. A* i:\.-, ut.,1
,. '".-' Puhlhatl......r thi* ,,,.......
Ihe'11th til.} of Octobi i
w a i.i i:i:s. in ,|:|.; ..
COSTANZO
v i irney* for Rxi cutor
i""- An,-i, i Bldg
Miami Florida
1" 11-18 2,"i II I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'N ,NJ?oF0R DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80393-C
In i.i. Estate of
II BNRY l INNER
Deceased
... ..NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.' A i. .in,,,-. n,,d ah pen..... Hav-
itigUalm* or Demand* Agnlnal Said
..,,v';1' ? .........'i i......equlr.
'i lo preaeni .,,,. ,.|ulms and de.
""'- .....I] you ni, hnve again*
h' eatate of HENRY DONNBfi" de
In. i ount} Judge. ,,l |,.,,i, Count"
,.,,.,,',,"" ""J"' "' "BPllcut. and as
provided m Section ?:::: \,\ Florida
Bntutea. in their office, in the County
Courthouse In Mad.. Count} Florid..
met"f",?hiUS"^r ?^hf'romP'tdhne
"rThe^.tuVwVirbeCr^..... hwwrf-
*^o&&Tbrigtf*- ......."
i.t'iisi-: s iminxki:
mM< ',XT A,l'niiiistratri\
W A 1.1 ERS, Mi SORE &
COSTANZO
t^l'P ,for Administratrix
1008 Ainsley Building. Miami. Florid.
1 11-ll-SS II 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80516- B
It RK IM,'. id
St "PIIIK SKI.IK a il.D
.....us. .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Hal .a I.. in.....b
-i Said I:
Y,,ii tire h. ltd n mm .1
i" in esen ,inj i., .in-- ,i .i .:,
u in. I. you ma} Itai
SOPHIK SKI.IK ;> .1 11 di .
f Dado I 'ount} I 'lot .1 to the
Judge* of Dade Count} nt il
.nn,' eat. .ii,,l .is pro-
T3.1 '.-. Plot ni, -
UI.s in theil offices in lli. Count}
us.- In Dade fount} I'I.....In".
*i> dar mouth* fmm tin
time ol publii ntlon b. i. i
llu iinn will be barred
Bat. I al Miami, Florida, ihi>
dll} "I September, A I '
JBRi >MB ski.ik
HARRIET SEI.IK EPSTEIN
A* i:>. t'utot -
Flrsi puhln h........t Ihi* notli on
the T'li da) ,,l Si ptembi i !:..
\ .IA\ I'RISTOL
Attorne} for Kxecutorf
i'i N K First Avenui
/'." la 4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60088-B
In RK Estati ol
KI.I.A DANZIOER
In eased
N"< 'TICK Tl CREDITORS
I.- All .'...iii,> and ah Person* Hai -
','.'' ,:""'- '" I'.ni.m.ls Against Said
|-..slal..
Vou are hereb) notified ami requlr-
.-. io i.reseni ,,,,v claim* and demand*
which voui ma) have ngalnsi the .---
'.', 'I i.'' A. l,ANZ"iBR tie.
ate ol Dade I ounty, Florida, lo tb.
t'Utit) Jwtee* of 6t.de County, and
file ii,.. ame in duplicate .,,,,i ,ls ,,,
i nl.-.l Section 733 IS, Florida sta- '
ui.-s in their office* in the County
i out ib,.a-,. |n Onde County Florid-
u-lthln si. calendar ,, hs [
or the' V'- 28? Kp"8,ta,to" 52Z
or tin sa. win i. barred. i
,,.;;--...Mi;...,,.,.-,...!,,, ,,,
ll-.s|-'. SIMON Hi IFF
jaSBffSS?Sw.........
Attorney foi Executrix
Sf^^JfMtor RUM
Miami. Fl.,r: Ig ::.:i;;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0l=-
IN AND FOR OAiJE COUNT,
FLORIDAIN PROBATL
No 80335 B
In RK Kstnte ,.|
III MA '. II .|s
I ,. I'll .,
NOTICE TO CREDITOR-
I'" All Creditor* and All pet
II ii tig i 'l.iim- ... 11. a, i
Ago 11 -i Said IS::, I.
You lire hereb)
lo present nil) Inlmi
n in, I, you ma) ha) u i
IRMA i'i '. 'W de, .
I hide Count). Florida, ., ti
.ludgi of ria.l. i' ir
' in duplii ii Ir .ii'l ..- prot
, Florida Statui
.>.,in, t,. n
in D i. 'ount) Fl. rlili.
r n h* from 11 iii
fli -i publicntlirn hereof or tin
u ill be bat
Dated ,,i Miami, Florida Ih
Si !,' mber, \ I > |M8
W A l.l.A.'i: \ MAEII
I Bill .,. no Ru III
Ml mil, Fla
A* Bxecutoi ol the i
.-r IBM \ i'i KiK De, tl
Fust puidlcatlou ,,t thn
"tit dti i ,.f Septi mi,, i
M.I Ai'i: N M.-.i:ll
t"'. Bis, tyiii Building
Miami, Florida
9 in I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADt
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-14459
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
R< 'HKRT \ H WAS
Plaintiff.
\ -
MAIM, IRIB .1 GANAS
D.-feiidanl
Tl M \l:.n Hill: .1 GANAS
131!) Su one) Btrei
North Tonawanda
N. \. York in "
You. MARJORIH .1 GAN VS '
h< ,. b) notified lhal Bill ": '
ni.nn! for Divorce haa been fih
au.unst you. a nil you ,' '
serve ., cop) of your Anawer nt PI,
inn lo Hi.. I:.||" of 'oiiii.la,......, ''
Plaintiffs attorney, BTANI i:i '
GOODMAN, -'iss N.W .-ni St M
ami, Florida, an.I fib Hi.- m igit v
su. i oi Pleading in tb.- office ol
Clerlt oi the Circuit Court on oi b<
fore ti,,- .'Mi, day of (ctoin
If you fail In ,b. so Judgment b) th
fault will be taken agalnsi you fi
the relief demanded In Ihi B II
Compktinl
This not,,-,, shall be publish..I "
each week for four conaecutlve week*
in THE .IKWISII Fl ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlam
Florida, this loth day of Beplembet
A Ii l',.,s
K I! I.KATHF.RMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: v A HBWETT, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S.-al'
8f *XI BY B OOOD.MAN
268K N VV 62nd Str.-.-t
Miami. Florida 33M7
t>81-r.31
/i7 10/4-11-18


jy. October 18. 1968
fJenisli fhrtMaun
Paqe 15 E
LEGAL NOTICE
to
w*
of!
Da
in
fHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
I FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 80501-C
(NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of
l peased.
Creditors and All Persona
inn| Claims or Demands
i.iIii-i Said Km.ii.
are hereby notified and required
i-sent any claims and demands
you may haw against the estate
iickv SIMONS, deceased Int.- of
County. Florida. !o the- County
of Dade County, and file the
in duplicate and as provided In
731.16, Florida Statutes, in
pfflce* in the County Courthouse
County, Florida, within Nix
|nr nionihs from the lime of the
publication hereof, or the same
barred.
d at Miami. Florida, this- SSth
|>f September, AH 1968.
BABBTTB S ACKERMAN
A* BM'cutrlx
)t publication of this notice on
|ih day of Heptember, 1961
and NEWMAN
I.v for Ev.utrlx
Sri. Federal Building,
Florida
B/J1 i" 4-1i-m
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
lOER OF PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 68-15042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
klLASKE.
tiff.
I vs
OLA8KB.
Idanl
IN POLA8KE.
MIlS OBORQIA MARSH
82 West 17th Avenue
Jin. r, Colorado SH24
JtiAN l'oi\SKE are hereby
that a Hill of Complaint for
has been filed aeainst you.
are required lo nerve a ropy
Answer or Pleading to tin-
complaint on the Plaintiffs
HERN \i:i> A VVIRDBK,
|fl7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
33139 and file tli. original
or Pleading !n the office of
|rk of tin- Circuit Court on or
the tith day of November,
>,.,i I.til ,.. do so, judgment by
will lie tak, n against you for
if demanded in tin- mil of
Ini
AND ORDERED at .Miami.
thin 1st day of i i, tol.. i. A 11
E II. I.EATHBRMAN,
i 'I, rk, t Ircull Court.
Pad. County, Florida
llj I. SNBEDEN
Deputy Clerk
: Court Seall
MM' v VVIBDER
for I'laintitf
l/4 -t1 -18-Jf
MViHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And above all, you must learn to take bold
positions with which no one will disagree!"
Copr. 1968, Doyenu Productions
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Hill
I.
re-
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
JDER OF PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
COUNTYIN CHANCERY
No. 68-15023
1TIIA SMITH,
ptiff,
Ek\ Bl.T SMITH.
Kndant.
JBOOSBVKI.T SMITH
lK*-sid. n.e t'nkuown
ore hereby notified that
omplaiut for Divorce has
against you, and you an
to serve a copy of your Answer
_Jl.-ndlnR to the Hill of Complaint
he }'i:iintiffs Attorney, CHAR-
ITE .I IIAIIKAN, 1111 Ainsley
JduiK. Miami, Florida 38132 and
B'he original Answer or Pleading
. offi.e uf the Clerk of the Clr-
"i>urt on or before the tith day
November. 1968, If you fail to do
budt-meiii by default will he taken
lust you for the relief dema'nded
Hill of Complaint.
notice shall he published nine
week for four consecutive weeks
_8hc Jewish Florldlan
gfl>M0 AND ORDERED at Miami.
ruin, this l*t day of October, 1968
H. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By: c P cni'BijXD
li.nuty Clerk
RI/iTTB .1. IIAIIKAN. ESQ .
Kinsley RulMing
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-14557
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CBPERINO UONZALEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HBKMINIA K t.OV/AI.F.Z.
I i.f. inhinl
TO. HRRMINIA I-:. OONZALEZ
7i Patterson sii,-. t
New Brunswli k. Sew Jeraey
Vou, HEHMINIA B. UONZAI.BZ, are
hereby notified thai H Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and mhi are required to
s. rve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, 811 >N BY efron-
BON. 'i!'-' Ainsley Bldg., Miami, Florida
33132, and file tin- original Answer or
Pleading in Hie office of the Clerk of
the Cir.uit Court on or before the
:ilsi da) of 11, tol.. r, 1968, if jou fail to
do s... judgement I.v default will 1"
tak.n against you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This noli..- shall be published once
each week for four eons.. utive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIjOIUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 83rd da} of September,
AH !'."'
B. H LBATHBRMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N A HEWBTT,
Deputy clerk
ifir.-uit Court Beat)
SIDNEY BFRONSON, Enquire
f.12 Ainsley Building
M,an. Florida :m:.2;|_ ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage "'
business under the fictitloua .....ne of
EVE LYNN at 1SI Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the < IrcUit
Court of Had.- County, Florida.
EVELYN HI.FILM
OEORGR NICHOLAS
Attorney for Applicant
m- n W. 13th Avenue, Miami
* 'J i IU 1- 1 I lo
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-14471
DORA '\ IIP ill AM,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARNOLD Al.To WHH1HAM,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ARNOLD ALTO WHIGHAM
K. -id. pi. unknown
Vou, AIJNiil.H AI.'I'O WHIOHAM,
an In r. I.v notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and y.u are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the;
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
ARTHl'R J. wolfson. in:, Biecayne
Building, Miami. Florida, 33130, and
file the original Answer or (leading
in Ihe office of the clerk of the Cir-
.uit Curt on or before Ihe 84th day
of October, 1988. If you fail lo do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for tin- relief demanded
in Ihe Complaint
This noli.. Khali he published once
ench week for four consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FUIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Mi.inn.
Florida, thin 2"th day of September.
\ li II".v
E. B. I.EATHBRMAN.
Cl.rk, Circuit Court.
Pade County. Florida.
By: N. A HEWBTT,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal!
AIITHIR .1. WOI.FSON
4nr. Biaoayne Building
.Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
P
H"|.. Klorid.i :::ii:il:
fni.y f,,r i'laintitf
M 371-5664
ll/4-ll-lf)-IS
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-15455
NOTICE OF SUIT
OJJ! M'H \ KAOICI-:.
Iff.
J T. RADICE.
Kdant.
I;\i:s T RADICE
lllis- Road
fwport, Rhode Island
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action for divorce has been
gaiiiHi you and you are requlr-
serve a eopy of your written
if any. to it on MYERS.
Ik\N A PORTER, Attorney* for
whose address is 1160 B.W.
Street, Miami. Florida 33130. and
le oriKiunl with the Clerk of
e>\. Rtyled Court on or before
'her 12, isex otherwise a Judg-
may i.....ntered asalnet you
relief demanded In the Com-
NKSS my hand ami the Real
Court on 11. lob.r x. 1963
E. It l.l-HTIIKII.MAN
As Cl.rk of said Court
By: N A. HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
10/11-18-25 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- underaigned, aealring lo engage
in bualneaa under Ih; nctltloua name
of MANHEIMER and OI.H K at 1680
M.ridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FW.
intends to reglnter -aid name with
the Clerk Of the Cir.uit Court Of
pade County, Florida
MANHEIMEl: and f'.IJ" Iv
Professional A-so. iation
BPARBERand ROSKIN r.A.
Attonteyt" for Applicant
,n,,N. IWaynei.Kd. Miami. Mi.ni
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-14737
BVA HAVA SACHS.
Plaintiff
Vs
TIBBKIO s \i-IIS,
Defendant
TO: TIBBKIO SACHS
Kua Major Bl i lorio
r,r,7 First Floor
San Pattlo, Brazil
You. TIHBRH) SACHS.
hv notified that a Bill of
for Divorce nan been f
'.. 27 10 4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.l\ I.N thai
the undersigned, desiring to ongage
,n bus,,,.- under of BIRD HOI'SE at atifij West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida Intenda to
register ssii'l name with the < Icrk ol
the Circuit Court of Hade tounly.
Florida .. .-,,,
:il.s< IN, INC.
flv: Sally lyiulee Qllea
I'r.sident
LAW < iKFICEH "F
IRWIN I HIjOCK
Attorneya for
i;h.son. INC.
loth Fl Had,- F.d.ral Building
i.it B Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 3*131 ,0/4..,8.,.5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersicn.d. d.siriiiK to engage
,., business under the fictitious name
of CARLES PLAZA at end Oaliles,
Had.- County, Florida Intends to re-
gister said name with the I lerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EMANFBL El E I. ST KIN
UB" iltc.l-: i:ii|.liBl.ni >\|
JOSEPH KRACAl'BR
IIICH A HI land NELSON
Attorneys
80S Lin.,.in Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
in 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under lb. flclUlOUS name ol
ALL KICKS SHOES (a division of
Caribbean Shoe Corp. i at 256 South-
west mIi Street, .Miami, Florida 83101
intends t., reglstei said name with
Ho- Cl.rk of ihe Cir.uit Court of
Hade County, Florida
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP,
155 B.W. Mh Street
Miami. Florida 33101
M tRVIN I. WIENER
Attorney for
, 'arlbbenn shoe t !orp.
1212 Ainsl.v Building
-Miami. Florida 33132
10/11-18-25 11/1
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
KVF.l.YN PATRICIA FKEEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
Vs
VALERIE K FREBDMAN,
JI.'DITH KKAMF.lt, BI'OENE
KRAMER. ROBERTA MILLER,
HAUL .MILLER, each
Individually,
Defendanta.
To. VALERIE K. FREBDMAN
880 Madison Ave Apt. B-L
New York, N. Y.
Vill'. VAI.KRIE K. FREBDMAN
an- hereby notified that a Complaint
I... a declaratory decree relating
to th. validity of a contract between
you and HARRY FREBDMAN, now
deceased, dated Ihe 5th day of March
1853 and a contract dated the 16 th
day of February 1954, executed I.v you
and HARRY FREBDMAN, now de-
ceased, has be.-n filed agalnal you,
land you are lo serve a copy ol your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill ..f
complaint on tin Plaintiffs Attorney,
[il'NN and JOHNSON, tin Bis.avne,
Building, !! w.st Flagler street.
: .Miami. Florida 33130, and file the
! original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the ciei-k of the Circuit
Court ......, before ihe 15th day of
November. I Mil* If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for ihe relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
) This notice shall be published once
leach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED ul Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of October, I96B
B. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Had.- C..U',i.v. Florida
By K M. I.Y.MA.N
Deputy Cl.rk
(' 'Ircull < "our, Seal i
Dl'NN and J. IHNSI >N
Hti Blscnyne Building
Miami. Floral.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1" 11-18-25 II 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
It, business Under ,lle BctltlOUS Halite
of NBWAY ITN1FOKM SCl'IM.Y at
number I6fl -\ii Baba Avenue, In the
City of Opa Locka, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
Dated at Opa Locka, Florida, this
"nth day of September, 1968
NBWAY FNIFOKM *
TOWEL. SUPPLY OF FLoRIHA. INC,
By: DAVID SAMIEI-S
Reg. Manager
OOI DSTBIN, FRANKLIN
& CHONIN
Attorneys for Applicant
ISM N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
:i4^-:.2t;i
Hi 11-18-25 IL1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitloua nan,,
.f NEW AY LINEN SUPPLY at
number 160 All Baba Avenue, in the
City of Opa Locka, Florida, intends
to register tile sai dname with the
i "lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Dated at opa Locka, Floridt
301b day of September, 1968
NBWAY I'NII'ORM Ai
TOVV'L SII'I'I.Y i F
FLORIDA, INC.
By: David Samuels
li-K Manager
COI.nsTKIN. FRANKLIN
* cm in IN
Attorneys for Applicant
1990 \ i:. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
in 11-18-25 11 1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 68 A 327
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN 'I
II. L. Personal, holder of County T
Sab* Certificates numbered *.7s7. sv
>m;4. 3901 and 9133 Issued the 1st <
of June A. L'. 1966, has filed same
my office, and has made appllcatl,
for a tax deed to hi- laMled there,.
Said eertifieates embrace ihe folloi
lug described property, In Ihe Cout
of Had.-, stale of Florida, to wit
EM i-"t 12 Block t. Perrlne Bub
I'la I Hook B Page 7!t, ill th-
County Of Hade. State of Florida
as embraced in Certifloate No
v7^7. Tin- assessment of said prop
erty under the said certificate is
sued was in the name of John,,,
Brown.
l.nt 4 less N 7'. ft & less S 7.'. fl
of N 175.5 ft. Block 4. West Per
rlne, I'lat Book 43 Page 16, In th.
County of Dade, State of Florida
as embraced In Certificate No
"m;::. Tin- assessment of said prop
erty under the said eertifi. at
Issued was in the name of Jos
M.Kinn. y Bat.
N 7". ft Of l.ot 4 Bloek 4. We
Pi nine, Plal Book 4:1 Pace 18
containing .38 Acres more or les
111 ihe County of Hade. State o
Florida, as embraced in Certlfl
cute No, s.i4. Th. assessment o
said property under the said <<,
tifieate issued was in the name ..
Root, Peterson w Georgia.
N 59 11 I/a 8 Hlo.k 8, \Y. x1 Pi 1
rlne Add,, Flat Hook 44 Page is
ill the County of Dade. Stale o
Florida, as embraced In Certlfl
rate No 890] The assessment
said property under the said eer
tifieate issued was In the nan
of Philip i Blon.y Itigby, Minors
Lot i!i Bloek 8, Symmes-8harmai
Tract, Plal Book : Page 17., 1
the Count} "f Had.. State of Flor
Ida, as embraced in Cert I float.
No !.i::: The asseasmi nl of sail
proper!) under Ihe said certlflcal
issued "as In the name of Th...
llore Henry i w Dais)
I'nl.ss said ..rtifieales Khali he 1
deemed according to law, the prop.
11 .!. -. 1 it., .1 herein will In sold ,. 11
highi -1 i.id.i.r al the 1 "ouri Hou
leer on Hi. hr-t Monday in the moo
of November, A D. 1968, which i- t
lib tiny of November A 1, 1968
Hat.-.l this 30th das "f Si Pti nil.
A li !tti
1: 1: LEATHERMAN
cl.rk Cir.uit Curt
K;y<\- County. Florida
Bj P, P. OCLDSTRAND
Deputy ci.rk
, li. nil 1 'ourt Seal,
In 4-11 -1s _
this
Avenue, in Ihe
Floridu, intends
name \iith the
Curt of Dade
this
NOTICE UNDER
tICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VB IS HEREBY OIVBN that
leralgned, dealring to engage
ress under the fictitious name
OU'CRI IFT and CNOER at
lfi.1 Street. North Miami
Fla.. intends to register a'nd
pill the Clerk Of the Cir.uit
Had. County, Florida.
OLt'CROPTand I'NOBR
of. ssional Association
and ROSKIN P.A.
for Annlleaiil
nayne Blvd.
I'lel ! 10/11-18-25 ll/l
are lwrr-
Complamt
d agali si
you, and vou are required to servi a
eoi.y ..f your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on Ihe Plaintiffs
attorney, WAIJTBR8, MOORH &
rosTAN/.o 1""" Alnnlej Building,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office 01
Ihe Cl.rk of the Cireuit Court on or
before the eth day of November, 1961
if vou fail lo do so. judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against you for
the relief demanded m the Bill of
Complaint ,,. ,
This notice shall be published onj
each week for four i-onsecutlve weeks
in TUB JEWISH Fl OH1DIAN.
DONE AND oRHBRBD at Miami,
Florida, this 86th day of September
AD. 1868. ., ,
K. B, LBATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Cir.uit Court. Dade County, Florida
Hv: C. P. COPFJI.AND
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Conn Seal)
WALTERS. MOORE &
1 -t ISTANZO
1008 Ainsley Buildini;. Miami, Florida
Hy: Arthur D. Deckelman
AHorneysfomalnliff )# 4 n.,g.2i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80643-A
In RE: BetaK nf
EDWARD I.EVINSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'. rson- ll.iv
in Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You ne h.r. I.v notified and re<|Uir-
ed to present any claims and demand,
which vou may have agalnal Ihe es-
tate..!' EDWARD LEVlNSON deceaa-
d I.,,, of Had. County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Had. County, and
file the same iii rtuplicati and a pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida sta-
tutes. In th. ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Ihirie County. Florida,!
within si\ calendar m.Miiii- from the
lime of ihe first publication hereof,
Or tin sain, u ill b. barred.
Baled :.i Miami, Florida, ihis ::.uh
da) of S.-nt. tub. r, A 11 i". -
s I'lI \ 1 1 IS WACH.M \N
s MAP KICK LEVINS* IN
As Fin ulors
in-i publication of this noliei nn
ih. Ilth da.i 01 11. tol.. r. 1968
LBON KA1-|.\N
MYERS. KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorneys for Kae< utors
1150 S.W. 1st SU-eet
Miami. Florida :i:il:lO
18 11-11-31 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NBWAY HIST CONTROL at
number 160 All Baba
City of opa I.ocka,
to register the said
Clerk of the Cir.uit
County. Florida
Haied at iipa Locka, Florida
30th day of S. l.l. ml.er. l!"iv
NBWAY I'NIFl iRM .v
TOWBI. SCl'I'I.Y < >l-'
FLoRIHA. INC
By: DAVID SAMI'ELS
i:< ir. Manager
OOLDBTBTN, FRANKLIN
K CHONIN
Attorneya for Applicanl
1990 n B 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
I" 11-18-35 11 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-14894
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILLIAM ABRAHAM ADER
Plaintiff,
vs
slllltl ,BY I'l.i: \N, ,1: VDER
inf. ndntit,
VOC, SHIRLEY EI^BANOR ADER,
residence address 500 Avenue Road
Ant. 15 Toronto. Canada; are requir-
ed ,.' fill your answer to the Com-
plaint for Divorce wlUi the Cl.rk of
ihe above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen. Ban.,
Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida, on or
ucfon November 15th, 1961 or else
complaint will be taken as confessed
DATED, October 2nd, 1968.
E It. LEATHHlLMAV
Cbrk nf the ClrcuM Court
By: K. M. LYMAN
k 10/11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE No. 68 A 462
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN 111 '
Cape Sable Corporation, holder
County Tn\ Sal.- Certificates nun
b.re.l (349, :.::I4. 5315, 5816 and 541
Issued th. is! day of June A D, I9i
has filed same in my office, and h
mad,- application for a lax deed to be
1.-sued thereon. Said certificates ei
brace the following described prone1
ly, hi the County of Hade. State
Florida. I" wit:
That por of Tr :t4 lyg bel Canal X
NW So. River Dr., l-'la Fruit l.a,e
Co. Sub Plal Book 2 Page 17, Sec
lion '' Township 53 South Rang*
to Bast, cootainlng .59 Acres roon
or less, in the County of Bade
State of Florida, as ml.raced ,1
Certificate No. 4:i4a The assess
ment of said property under the
said certificate issued was in the
name of I'nknown.
This d.e.i will be Issued subject
to all oih.r outstanding delinquent
Town of .Medley taxes and liens
l/ils 89 ilnu 33 Bloek IS Olet:.
Terra... Plal Book B Page 117 It
the Count) "f Had.. State of Flor
Ida, as embraced In Cartiflcati
No 5314, The assessment of sai.
property under the said certlfl
eate issued was in the name ..
Bstate of Patrick J. Murphy.
l.ot 39 Block IS, Oleta Terra..
Plal Hook it Page 117 in the Coin.
ty of I lad., state of Florida, a-
mbra.....1 in Certificate No.) 5315
The assessment of said propert)
under the said certificate issue.'
was In tlie name of Bstate of Pat-
rick J. .Murphy.
l.ot 4.1 Block ix. Oleta Terrace
Plal Book 8 Page I17 In the Coim
ty of Hade, State of Florida, a-
< nibraeed In Certificate No
The assesMnenv of said propertv
under the said certificate Issued
was In tin- nam. of Estate 01
Patrick I Murphy.
Lot 20 I.--- Ely I't Now Lvr ii
it w Bloek 11 Bleanor Pnrk, Plal
B,.,,k 45 Pagi 91 in the Count} n
Dade, Stale of Mori.la. as m
brae, .I in Certificate No. 5419. 'I'll,
.isv. Hsmenl of said properly undei
the said certificate issued was it
Ihe nam. of lla\eland Holding Co
A Sltsie II.
I HI'-' said eertifieates shall be 1
deemed according to law, Ihe prop-
erty described herein will be sold
Ihi iiiLin-t bidder at the Court Hou
.I....,-.,11 ihe first Mo,ah,> in the month
..f November A n 1968, which is ti
4th day of November. A D. 196*
Dated ibis 36th day of SeptCmh
Al). 1968,
1: 11 IJtATHERMAN
Cl.rk Cir.uit Court,
1 .ole 1 "ountv. Florida
Bl P F HI'I.HSTRAND,
1 i.puty Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
10 1-11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIONS NAME LAW
Nol'ici-; is HEREBY c.ivkn n
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engagi
m business under the fictitious nam.
of SHIP SHORE VACATIONS a
SHI1' SHORE CRUISES and DINE
UWHTND-THB-TOWN al 8901 Col
line Avenue. Miami Beach, Florid
.1 to register said names with II
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dad,
Collntv. Florida.
J EROMB J. ORANQBR
s.d,. Owner
MAC MBRMBI.L
Attorney for Applicant
j 1900 S.W. Ord Avenue
f Miami; Flerldn 83
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TOP PIKES Pciid. FREE PICK-UP
" CAll 949-4524
rourteous Complete
H4 Hour Service
ULA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
t>hone 751-1688
BEST BUY IN DADE
4 MVARE acres, 5' 2-6' i Ft. cleva-
Hm, 1320' on paved S.W. 107 Ave.,
mmI XtO St. presently zoned agri-
tttttrt. Master land use plan shows
it M industrial. Excellent road oc-
cm $2,000 per otre.
Phone 688-4661 Scottie
GENIE is here!!!
The sensational, new, jet rat, :cn$-
ryoe electroitalic copier is comoletely
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Business iquipmtnt Co.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
1IM I.E. ISlit St. Mi. MS-I72I
KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock.- Elevator: Bus at Door;
Cooking Facilities in Every Room:
Monthly or Yearly
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DR.
Phone 865-9361
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
100x125'. Corner office building
now for sale by owner reduced to
$69,900. Good income and financ-
ing. 2nd mortgage or exchange
or vacant lot possible.
Call 891-0456
BUILDERS
12 LOTS ON NW 167th St.
and 30 Avenue
C. G. PARIS, REALTOR
Phone 443-5288
KEYSTONE ISLAND
WATERFRONT HOME
MAGNIFICENT HOME, with ex
quisite view and prime location. 3
bedrooms 2 bathsultra superior
constructionGlass doors and walls
surrounding oversized screened
pool and patio130' reinforced see
wall with 36' Concrete cantilevered
dock fitted with electric, water.
Etc. and 4 Concrete steel boat
pilingsexpensive plantings, shrub-
bery and assorted full grown Trop-
ical fruit trees, with complete
sprinkler system Ceramic tile
bathrooms with driuxe rolor styled
American Standard fixtures
Dual Stereo System speakers
thruout pool area and house, plus
Intercom in complete urta. Semi-
finished 2 car garageample space
available for construction addition?
Luxuriously equipped with
extra large refrigerator with auto-
matic ice maker, two freezers,
clothes washer and dryer, central
air conditioning and heat-all stain,
less steel oversize major appliances
exquisitely decorated, including
wall to wall carpeting, over 80' of
glass walls and doors b*ai'tifullv
draped. Windows and door open-
ings fully finished with Bahamian
wood shutters, and decorator wall
papered. Home exceptionally well
serviced and maintained, located
on quiet traffic free dead end street
CAN be purchased Furn or Unfurn.
Unfurnished equipped as above at
$32,500. Brokers Protected.
12680 Hickory Rd.. Keystone
Isle No. 5 for appointment
Phone 891 0784
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BEST ON TREASURE ISLE
OWNER SAYS
PRIME LARGE CORNER.
$5,000 BELOW MARKET
ASKING PRICE
SUNDAYS & AFTER 5 P.M.
PHONE 864-5281.
9 5 WEEKDAYS 374 9081
BEN FINKEL
MORTGAGE MONEY
FIRST AND SECOND
MORTGAGES
On Lots, Acreage, Apts.
Homes, Commercial, Nursing
Homes; Also Const. Funds.
Cull Mel Haber, Guardian Mortgage,
374-1761.
119 E. Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
WE HAVE A POSITIVE SOLUTION TO
HIGH BUILDING COSTS
Our 31 years ol local experience has evolved a factual means of
obtaininq the ultimate in value in the construction of
Commercial Buildings, Hospitals, Temples, Etc.
in the range of S300 000 to S2 000 000 with proper control of
costs 6t completion date
STOBS BROS. CONSTRUCTION CO.
7010 N.E. 4th Court, Miami. 33138
PI. 751-1692
Ask your banker or mortgage broker obout oui lirm.______J Robert Slob*
FERRO CEMENT BARGE, FOR SALE
60' x 24' x 4'
E-V Associates, Inc announces completion of the first Fibersteel ferro-
cement barge built in the United States. Suitable for deluxe houseboat,
floating motel, restaurant or general purpose barge Available lor in-
spection
IV ASSOCIATES, INC. 261 S.W 6th STREET 358-3680
STOCK MARKET INVESTORS
Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Diversify.
Apartment buildings have many advantages over stocks:
1. You con inspect bldgs. and books. Try that with slocks!
2. High cosh flow. Compare with dividends.
3. Regular capital growth, charted. Stocks fluctuate widely.
4. Tax savings through depreciation. Stocks have no compilable feature
You can start with as little as $1,000
Call or Send Coupon Below
Ph: 373-4716
PAN-AM REALTY, Realtors
1749 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida 33135
Please send me ( ) free tickets(s) to your next Seminar on Income Proper-
ty. October 24th, 8:00 P.M. at your office. Also your free booklet. "De-
veloping an independent Income."
Name:
Address:
Phone:
THE
LAZARUS
CORPORATION
PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
HOMES FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER
HOMES AT
13800 S.W. 82nd Court
S4C.000 to $50,000
Only 5 north facing acre sites
remain for exclusive homes in
heart of popular Palmetto District.
DON'T WAIT!
YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W 65th Avenue at 114th Street
LAKEFRONT
APT. SITES
2 MINUTES TO PALM SPRINGS
KENNETH KARP,
Real Estate Inc., Realtor
Phone 822-1010
975 W. 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida
DAVIE, FLORIDA
HORSEMAN'S PARADISE
3 BtDXOv./., j batk
ON 2i 2 ACRES, POOL
$35,000
JOE MICHAEL
581-0970,
949-7551 Miami
Want Your
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Atlantic
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Friday, October 18. 1965
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Miami Chapter Hadassah Group
Meetings Focus On Membership
Groups of the Miami I
--.ih are '
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cook-ins an bake-
on 'heir :. iendas
rhe Tor^ll gri Li,:
. sbor : lunch* in Mo idaj a; the
- ol Pyth a- Lodg<. 4601 W
St. Al
courasi Vn ther to
Care" w ill be stressed .
will be a to I spons
the hill-: new n an
new I wing lunch
gram ol I
Mrs. S
One hum the Mt.
Scopjs rolled
. .i lunch
a Monday
The h the afti
will be a book
. President is Mrs
S
Tl e husband
-
e Naomi
take ovei
EL CORTUO
I or the Flue*!
in Spanish
Dining
LUNCHEON AND DINNER
11:30 A.M. MIDNIGHT
Cuisine Superrised By
International!'/ Famous
LUIS SANCHEZ
2982
Coral Way
443-7342
MORRIS & RUTH URNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
tilabllshed in 1945

Famous
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
PARKING
FACILITIES BEAC
AOW OViiS 7 DAYS A WEEK
nigh) with the annual turn-about
meeting sel \ >1HA Sun la)
ai .> 15 !' m 'on Shoemaker, edi-
..111 teO
o bra Mi s
I
M idaj i- being
Albert Einstein
ers at,
NE I71sl SI
.North M
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Mayin group will ha\ i as
bake I i Sundaj -. n ilh its
Sale sched
it lor Monday.
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stein gn I jt nip : planning
a brun< h .. rid fa bion sh< al the
Marco Polo Hotel. Mbndaj No\
11 The ; o<'' I* will -" to Youth
\hvali. the child rescue arm ol
Hadassah Mrs Joseph Lisa is prea


A Jewish cook*ifl will be h-lr1
at 8:15 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Daniel Borowsky. 19510
NE 18th Ct North Miami Beach,
at the general meeting of the Chai
group.
Continental IBO Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MJTZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
CALL FOR FREE TAKE-OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only "Shomcr Shobbos" Restaurant
{8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phones 2260 744, 2219096, 226-4031 j
tKHfcC
P-iw Sirloin S'eak ...
Served Japanese Style
Exciting!
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 DEER RUN 885-1911
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
UORDOX and I OM
KOSHER CATERERS ;
170 N.W. 5th STREET. MIAMI
PHONE: FR 4-2655
From Hor d' oevres lo a Complete Botfet '
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS
BAD MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
Under the strict supe'vsion of the
United Kashrus Association of
Greater Miami Supervising Rabbi;
Rabbi Abraham J. Satra.
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatr*
r */ or %ur>tnu dihinq
OH UIAU1 mi ACM
Visit Our New Cocktail Lounge
EL It 111 ftftd SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House "PAELLA VAIENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
|2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642.9043

21sl STREFT off COLLINS
mi mi iiach
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owner
RED ROAD ITALIAN RESTADRANT
(FORMERLY ROCCO'S)
SERVING THE FINEST
HOME
COOKED
AND THE BEST PIZZA
ON THE BLOCK
WE BAKE OUR OWN BREAD
OPEN" DAILY 11:30 IA TO 10:30 P.M. FRI. I SIT, TIL 2 U
1674 RED ROAD 666-9169
MRS. iEAN C. LEHMAN
Alumnae Group
Celebrates Its
Founders Day
Three national officers of Alpha
Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association,
all members of the Miami Alum-
nae Chapter, will join in the cele-
bration of the sorority's 59th
Founder'." Hay at a luncheon Sat-
urday at 12:30 p.m. at the Four
Ambassadors
They are Mrs. Norman Brown,
national vice president. Mrs Rob-
ert Warner, national rush chair
man. and Mrs. Jerome Halpern,
Twelfth Province Director
Dr. Lynn Bartletl of the Univer-
sity of Miami, coordinator of dor
mitory programming, guest speak
6T, will discuss -What Is Love?"
Roll call of chapters represented
at the gathering will be taken by
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. Jewish Flop
idian columnist, who is chairman
of the day
Joining in the festivities, too.
will be active members and pledges
of Alpha Eta, the sorority's chap
ter at the University of Miami.
ITALIAN CUlblNE
EST. 1939
OPEH FOR LUNCH
1300 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
pines
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^J in Florida's;
*V. Future! |ij
TREES ARE
EVERYBODYS
BUSINESS!
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PROPERTIES
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RUSSELL V. EASTMAN
V. PRES.
THE KEYES CO.
REALTORS
'00 BISC. BLVD.
3713592
LABRADOR PUPS
AKC
MUST SELL
Phone 221-2775
FOR SALE
DRESSMAKING SHOP
AND ALTERATIONS
LONG ESTABLISHED FOLLOWING.
LOW RENTWIll TRAIN. ILLNESS
Phone 751-4381
PRIME LOCATION
BEAUTY SALON
FOR SALE
Phone 751-2221
or 821-2396 Mrs. Go cio.
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BATTLE OF THE BULGE
IF YOU are fighting to provid- room
for a growing family here' your
lace. Visit oar bomesites en 5 r
10 otres, $3500 per otre.
j GILL REALTY REALTORS
I 4900 $0. DA VIE ROAD
583-0*31 Ft. loud
I 947-9011 Miami
NEW YORK
Property For Sale
Brentwood, Long Island. 40x100
Business Zoned Property,
$1,995.
Coll Mornings or Evenings
235-7963
FOR SALE
HARDWARE STORE
GROSSING OVER $60,000 YEARLY
GOOD LOCATION. OWNER
Phone 688-8376
PRIME CORNER
BISCAYNE BLVD. and 77th STREET
128'x75\ AIRC0ND.
OFFKE BUILDING.
10 MOTEL ROOMS,
EXTRA 106x75' AVAILABLE
CALL OWNER 758-3177 OR WRITE
620 N.E. 77th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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