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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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' H Combining THE JEWISH UNUY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 43
Miami, rlonda. Friday, October 25, 1968
Two S3ctions -- Price 2Zc
Foreign Ministry
Director Denies
Rumors Of Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ambassa- ,
dor Gideon Rafael, director-general
of Israel's Foreign Ministry, this
week denied that peace talks have |
been taking place between Israel
and Jordan anywhere or on any i
level. Such reports were widely '
circulated in the press here and I
abroad and Mr. Rafael's mention j
of "peace feelers between Israel
and Jordan" in a radio interview
made headlines in Israeli news-
papers, which hailed his remark as
"the first official confirmation" of
such contacts.
Mr. Rafael told the JTA that he
had been referring solely to the
current round of talks being con-
ducted in New York by the United
Nations special emissary, Ambas-
sador Gunnar V. Jarring, and this
was nothing new." He specifically
denied widely published reports
emanating from Cairo that direct
talks between Israel officials and
emissaries of the Jordanian gov-
trnment had already begun in
Israel-occupied territory. The re-
pert from Cairo indicated that the
Jordanian emissaries were promi
Dent West Bank Arabs who had
:..-ld public office in Jordan before
the June, 1967 war, and that the
Israelis involved were below Cabi-
net minister rank Mr. Rafael told
the JTA that a few months ago
West Bank leaders had conveyed
1-raeli views to Amman and vice
versa, but in recent weeks the
focus of diplomatic activity has
shifted to New York and no West
Bank personalities were involved.
In his radio interview. Mr. Ra-
Continued on Page 12-A
FRENCH OFFICIAL SAYS
Israel Can Get
French Jets If
Need Arises
GIDtON RAfAU
REPORT TO CABINET
Expanded Economy is
Predicted By Sharef
Arabs Seek
Terror Halt
JERUSALEM (JTA) A group
ot West Bank Arab leaders deeid-
td this week to send a five-man
delegation to Amman to plead with
terrorist leaders to halt their activ-
ities on the West Bank. The de-
cision was taken at a meeting of
-ome 200 elders of Hebron and
surrounding villages, chaired by
Hebron's mayor, Sheikh Moham-
med Ali Jaabari.
In a resolution adopted at their
meeting, the Arab leaders said that
they were caught "between ham-
mer and anvil" and feared that
lurther acts of terrorism and Is-
raeli reprisals would make it im-
possible for peaceful Arabs to live
on the West Bank.
At the Hebron meeting attended
by Moslem religious and civic
leaders, among them former Jor-
danian senators and members of
Parliament, only three opposed the
idea of an appeal to the terrorist
Continued on Pago 10-A
JERUSALEM (JTA)Forecasts
of an expanding economy. Increas-
ed employment and more exports
were presented to the Cabinet this '
week in a report by Finance Min-
ister Zeev Sharef. But at the same
time it was disclosed that Israel's
trade deficit lor the current fiscal
year will amount to an estimated
$600 million compared to $424 mil-
lion in fiscal 1967. The occasion
for the report was the Cabinet's
debate on the national budget for
fiscal 1969. which begins April 1.
Next year's overall budget was. ex
pected to exceed $2 billion com-
pared to $1.57 billion approved by
the Knesset (Parliament) lor the
current fiscal year. Deputy Prime
Minister Yigal Allon presided over
the Cabinet meeting because Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol was ill with
a virus.
The projected larger trade defi-
cit, despite increasing exports, is
attributed in part to defense needs,
an influx of investment goods and
increased private consumption.
Kp,n.i:in Dovrat, financial adviser
to the Treasury, said the projected
deficit did not include the Phan
Continued on Pago 12-A
PARIS (JTA) Marcel Dassault,
whose company produces the Mi- I
rage jet fighter plane which is the 1
backbone of Israel's Air Force,
told a press conference here that
the sale of 50 Mirage V jets to
Israel was barred last June by
President Charles de Gaulle be-
cause "they are offensive attack
planes." The manufacturer said if
Israel was ever in danger it would
get the 50 planes it ordered and
paid forwhich are now housed,
complete with Israeli Air Force
markings, at airports in southern
Franceand added that Israel had
I obtained from France "all the de-
fensive weapons it needed" since
the June, 1967 war. M. Dassault, a
confidante of (Jen. de Gaulle, sai.1
the defensive weapons were "Heli-
copters and other planes, elec-
NATO-Orders Watch
On Soviet Mideast Fleet
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WASHINGTON (JTA)The U.S.
Navy disclosed this week that a
new NATO naval command has
been established in the Mediterra-
mand reflected the increasing con-
cern felt in NATO circles about the
Soviet naval build-up in the East-
ern Mediterranean is which high
nea'ii to Strengthen air surveillance ranking officers see "a new and
dangerous situation"' developing.
Details of a rapidly growing So-
viet naval deployment in the Med-
iterranean were reported here in
tronic equipment and probabl.- even
tanks
Meanwhile two deputies belong-
ing to the- usually well-disciplined
Gaullisi majority submitted ques-
tions to the government in the
Chamber of Deputies asking the
government to end the embargo on
the jets "in order to reestablish a
balance of force" between Israel
and the Arab states. The deputies
stressed that the recent heavy arms
deliveries to Egypt had tipped the
balance of power which France has
sought to maintain in the Middle
East and that Israel's air strength
was now inferior.
Observers here emphasized that
it was unusual tor Gaullist repre-
sentatives to question the Presi-
dent's policies and they suggested
(hat the deputies' actions might be
an indication of general unrest on
the embargo among Gaullist rank
and lilt- members.
M. Dassault denied reports that
France might sell Mirages'to Iraq,
declaring that Iraq could get much
cheaper Soviet-made MIGs and
that "such a sale would be un-
suitable, as Israel has a priority on
such planes."
of the growing Soviet fleet in that
region
To be known as Maritime Air
Forces, the command will be acti-
vated Nov. 21 under the command
of Rear Adm. Edward C. Oultaw,
USN. The Navy said that Ameri-
can, British and Italian aircraft
will be employed in the surveil-
lance and that the information ob-
tained would be shared by those
nations and would be communi-
cated to Greece and Turkey. Israel
is not included in the intelligence
reports because it is not a NATO
member.
Navy sources here indicated that
the establishment of a new corn-
dispatches from the official Turk-
ish Anatolia News Agency Two
Russian military transports loaded
with ammunition were reportedly
observed passing through the Bos-
porus en route from the Black Sea
to the Mediterranean. They were
accompanied by a cruiser of the
Sverdlov class, a type armed with
surface-to-surface missiles.
Earlier reports from Turkey said
that a Soviet cruiser passed throu"h
the straitsthe sixth Soviet naval
unit reported to have entered the
Mediterranean in the past 10 days
MOSLEMS DEMAND
HOLY WAR
LONDON (JTA)The semi-
official Cairo newspaper Al
Ahram reported this week
that religious leaders repre-
senting 750 million Moslems
in 34 countries have called
for a "holy war" on Israel to
recover the shrines of Islam
in East Jerusalem Accord
log to the paper, the call to
arms was sounded after the
religious leaders heard a
tape recording of what was
purported to be Jews dese-
crating the El Aqs;i mosque
in East Jerusalem.
'LAND NOT GOOD FOR HIPPIES'
Why Israel Has No Rebel Student Groups
IN THIS ISSUE
Alsop 4.A Obituary 13-B
Bar Mitzvah 12-B People-Placa* 5-B
Book Review Candligntlng Cohen Dining 13-A 10A 8-A 10-B Real Estate S'tiwartz Sermon Synagogues Torah 11. B 10-B 10-A 10-A 10-A
Editorials 4-A TV 10-A
[Engagem'ts 6-B Weddings 6-B
iFeaiiures 14-A Woman s World SB
11 6-B Zipp 7-B
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) The
rector of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem claimed here Uiis week
that Israel has no "rebel student
movements" because students en-
ter the university after three years
of military service, which matures
them.
Accord ng to Dr. Nathan Iloten-
streich. a speaker at the closing
session of the conference of the
Federation of Argentine Jewish
Communities who made the re-
maiks at a press conference. "Is-
rael has no hippies because the
land is no ^ood for hippies." He
also told reporters that Jerusalem
will not be an internationalized
city because Israel will never
share its rule with any other state.
The problem of assimilation
among Jewish youth in Ar/jentine
was discussed at the conference.
One speaker said it was preferable
to send young people to Israel for
periods of time rathar than bring
Israeli youth emissaries who are
unable to communicate with Hie
' Jewish youth over here.
Jacobo Kovadlof. president of
the Sociedad Hebraica. largest
Jewish social and sports club in
the country, also decried the ten
dency to split Jews into religious
and non-religious segments.
Alberto Senderey. chairman of
the Argentine Jewish Youth Con-
federation, estimated that only 10
percent of the 100.000 Argentinian
Jews between 16 and 20 were suc-
cessfully recruited by Jewish youth
movements.
The religious problems of Ar-
gentine Jews, at least amor.-| those
who observe the Orthodox tradi-
tions, occupied the attention of the
delegates, who heard talks by Dr.
Zerach Wain-frig, Israel's Minister
for Religious Affairs, and from
Chief Rabbi David Kahane of Ar-
gentina.
According to Dr. Kahane. the
main problem stems from the lack
of religious leaders. There are only
15 rabbis in Argentina and two
rabbinical seminaries, he said. He
deplored the performing of wed
dngs in the provinces by "unau-
thorised" persons who. he said.
, ignored the injunctions of Hala-
johabJewish lawand said this
resulted in many complicated situ
ations when the marriages could
not be annulled.


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B'nai B'rith Groups
Mark 125th Year
Fifty-one lodges and chapters of
B'nai B'rith in South Florida will
join in celebrating the 125th anni-
\en>ary of the founding of B'nai
B'rith at a meeting to be held at
the Seville Hotel at Miami Beach
at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.
A dozen Jewish immigrants t
founded B'nai B'rith 125 years ago.1
in New York City as part of a na- i
tional organization the purpose of
which was to "unite Jews in their
own interests and tno>e of hu-
manity."
Today. B'nai B'rith. with 531.000
members worldwide, includes in
its roster almost one out of every
five American Jews.
President Lyndon B. Johnson
sent a message to the Order on
this anniversary in tribute to the
contribution of the organization to
tie general American community,
stating in part. "B'nai B'rith has
demonstrated that it is more than
a Jewish fraternal organization.
Service to men of all religions and
races and hundreds of constructive
community contributions are living
proof of its dedication to human-
ity."
Samuel Pascoe, president of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, has named Jack Ro-
senber-j as general chairman of
the evening's program. Mr. Rosen-
berg has announced that during
the program to which the public is
invited a presentation will be made
to the Rabbis of South Florida for
their "unswerving dedication to
the fulfillment of the purposes of
B'nai B'rith, and their religious
U.N. Doy Celebrated
United Nations Day will be ob-
served by the Miami Beach Chap-
ter. United Nations U.S.A.. Friday
at an 8 p.m. meeting in the Wash-
ington Federal Bank Building. 1133
Normandy Dr.
Leo Mindlin, columnist for the
Miami Herald and former editor of
The Jewish Floridian, will be the
guest speaker.
leadership to the people of South
Florida."
The principal speaker of the eve-
ning w.ll be Maurice A. Weinstein.
Charlotte. N.C.. who is chairman
of the B'nai B'rith International
Council. Mr. Weinstein will discuss
the development of the organiza-
tion and its programs of communi-
ty service in 45 countries of the
free world in which B'nai B'rith
has established branches.
Included in the evening's enter-
tainment will be a presentation by
the International Youth Group "Up
With America" 90 young Miain-
ians who "sing out" for freedom
and democracy.
Miami Beach Councilman Paul
Seiderman will be master of cere-
monies for the evening's program.
Programming is being set up by j
Jack Levin and Richard Donat as j
cochairmen. with Max Breslow, Al ,
Golden. Sig Dawer and Harriet
Hurwitz as members of the com-
mittee.
Communications, advertising and j
promotion is being done by a com-
mittee headed by Sig Dawer and
George Laiken. with members be-
ing Abe Stern, Joseph Raylson. Hy
Fiske, Jack Burnstein. Joseph
Mondres. Jerry Mille. Barry Pot-
lock, Jack Orkin, Richard Shul-
man. Herman Nudilman and Jack >
Kirschbaum, with Jack R Click as .
counsellor.
Marvin Kirsch. Burnett Roth !
and Peter Heller are handiing pub- '
licity and public relations. The j
Budget committee is headed by j
Herman Nudelman. assisted by
Moe Feingold. Abe Stern and Eli
Hurwitz.
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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
The i ammlssioner-General of the
United NaUona Relief and Works
Agencj for Palestine Refugees
(UNRWA) warned this week that
its financial situation was "pre-
carious and ln.ii the outlooK tor
its mil. e was "even more alarm-
ing." wrence Michelmore mid
Ihe G 'ral Assembly in his an-
nual r irl that unless UNRWA re-
ceived additional contributions
amouni g to 10 percent ol its proa
pectivi income for the current
yeat duction in services to the
refugi population would be ines
caj abi Such .i reduction would
result I hum.in hardship and suf-
fering, Mr Michelmore stated,
"and likelihood that the efforts
ol Mil East peace envoy Dr.
Gunnat \ Jarring will be jeop-
ardize!
He said that if the Assembly
should extend UNRWA\ mandate
beyond June 30, 1969, the situation
of the 'efugees would require the
agency not only to maintain but
also to expand its health and edu-
cation services and that it would
do so tc the extent that funds made
it poss ble. Mr. Michelmore esti-
1 mated that UNRWA would need
B $42 5 million in 1969 to carry on
1 present programs, and said that in-
* come was not expected to exceed
S37.6 million, leaving a deficit of
S49 million.
II is report, covering the period
il\ 1. 1967 to June 30, 1968. ac-
ts tor UNRWA's activities and
le.isures taken to overcome oper-
lional difficulties arising from the
Day War. As a result of the
irts of various governments,
vr-govexnmental organizations
vi mtary agencies, he said.
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Israel's Defense Minister Sees
Little Hope For Early Peace
MOSHl DAYAN
the immediate and essential physi-
cal needs" ol the thousands oi per-
ions displaced by the June 1967
war and its aftermath had large!)
been met. The U.N. official sail
lhat about 170.000 Arabs became
refugees for a second time and
'bat there were some 350.000 new
ly displaced Irom occupied areas.
INRWA's capacity to help was
diminished. Mr Michelmore said.
by the tact that some of its best
camps, schools, clinics and other
facilities stood idle in the West
Bank town of Jericho while the
onetime inhabitants eked out a
bare subsistence in tent camps or
other interim accommodations in
Jordan.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Defense
Minister Moshe Davan came un-
der sharp criticism in some politi-
cal circles here this week for the
speech he delivered in Tel Aviv in
which he Bpoke pessimistically of
early prospects for peace with the
Arabs and said Israel should eon
sider annexing the territories it
occupied in June. 1!)(>7 unless the
Arabs agreed to peace
Addressing the National Union
of Israeli Students. Gen. Davan
said the Arab countries which lost
70 percent of their Air Forces in
the Six-Day War. had more than
replaced their losses and were nOM
50 percent stronger in the air than
they were on the eve o! June 5.
I!)ti7 He said Israel must be pre
pared for another Arab onslaught
and. at the same time, must strive
for peaceful coexistence with the
Arab- in occupied territories
His critics maintained that the
opinions he expres-ed ran counter
to those held by a large section of
the Cabinet. Gen. Dayan's differ-
ences with other Cabinet members
were believed to center around ne-
gotiation with Jordan. He is known
lo oppose any separate agreement
because he believes that King Hus-
sein does not have the power to
implement it Other Cabinet mem
bers hold thai Hussein could stick
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3 HESHVAN 5729
Volume 41 Number 42
Soviet Jews Rejoice
For Torah Festival
In the qrim darkness that has
zeen the fate of the Jews of Russia
for decades, the joyous festival of
Simhat Torah has come each year
as the single bright religious event
to touch the lives of thousands in
the Moscow synagogue.
This year was no exception as
seme 12,000 Jews, mostly young per-
sons, danced the Torah in front of
the synagogue last week and par-
ti ;looted in the Torah procession that
spilled into the nearby streets.
Why the powers-that-be in the
Kremlin have elected to allow the
Jews unfettered celebration of this
hcliday while all other manifesta-
tions of religious life are curtailed.
remains a mystery.
This year, the Russian Jews were
joined in the celebration by thou-
scr.ds of American voung men and
women who chose this occasion to
demonstrate their solidarity with their
coreligionists behind the Iron Cur-
tain.
The demonstrations in this country
expressed the sympathy of individuals living
in freedom with young Soviet Jews who danc-
ed to symbolize their adherence to Judaism and
their determination to live as Jews in spite of
rel.gious and cultural restrictions.
They also served notice that means would
be found to spiritually join the Jewish com-
munities in the East and the West where per-
menent contacts had never been allowed by
the Kremlin.
*
Visit Had Raised Hopes
The visit last June to this country of Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin of Moscow had raised hopes
that Russicn Jews mi"ht be accorded some of
the rights and freedoms common'v enjoyed by
other religiou groups in the Soviet Union.
Events since that time have only served to
disillusion the hopeful.
The Communist invasion of Czechoslovakia
brought with it the discredited canard of
"Zionist conspiracy" against the Czech patriots
who sought a measure of freedom for their
country. Russian citizens protesting the invasion
were beaten by the Soviet State Security police
shouting anti-Semitic slogans.
There were other unmistakable signs of no
let up in the anti-Jewish atmosphere.
Last summer, the demolition o- Jewish ceme-
teries in Lithuania was revealed.
On July 22. the promine.it Russian nuclear
physicist. Andrei D. Sakharov, admitted in an
analysis of Soviet-American relctions that
"cnti-Semitism has never been dispelled in the
highest bureaucratic elite of our Government."
In mid-August, the influential ooviet Army
daily, "Red Star," made a vicious accusation
against Jews and Judaism that raised the ques-
tion of dual loyalty. This attack as well as the
"Zionist conspiracy" thecrv were repeated by
"Kcmsomol'kaya Pravda." the young Com-
munist League's newspaper, end sub3eauently
the cue was picked ud by the East German
press. It was later roeated with increased
fury by the Polish media

Notorious Author At Work
In recent weeks, time aopeared an anti-
Semitic outpou~~T in th form of a new work
by the former Ncrf ^"aborfo' n~d tJVcnkm
Stalinist. Trofim Kitchko, called "Judaism and
Zionism."
Kitchko was notorious for his authorship of
an earlier anti-Semitic volume, 'Judcrsm With-
ut Embellishment." That book was so blatantly
anti-Semitic that it drew worldwide condemna-
tion and even the Soviet authorities felt con-
strained to temporarily withdraw it from cir-
culation even in the Soviet Union.
Now again, Kitchko s lates1 sooutina of anti-
Semitism has been given the official imp-;-.t of
the Ukrainian authorities indicating an of c'a"
tendency to renew ths nurturing of a latent
popular spirit of anti-Semitism.
The world's conscience must nat be Ct'.low-
ed to rest with the surfacing o: familicr scnpe-
noating.
The vulaar slanders must be condemned
in the hope that the Soviet Government will
realize thai the world will n*ver be si'ent in
the face of religious and cultural genocide :-
posed on Russian Jewry.
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JOSEPH ALSO?
ALS0P
The Mystery of Nixon
A Man For Peace
The 1968 Ncbel Peace Prize has been
awarded to Rene Cassin. a courtly r?nt: =
Frenchman and Jew.
Casein becomes the third Jew to win :b.=
coveted crize. possiblv the greatest honor I
can be bes'owed on anv man in our lim= In
1911. a Dutch Jew. ToHa MirWI Care! As and a Gerrr-m Jew A'fred M. Fned. were the
recipients of the prize.
This veer's award w~s not in recc-fnition
of any sinale action bv Cassin but wr*-, in tri-
bute to a lona lifetime in the pursuit of jusUce
and humanitarian good.
Now 81. but intensely active as Dresident
of the European Court of Human Riahts at
Strasbourg as well as in a dozen other buman
riahts and humani'aran causes, Cassin has
maintained full participation in the politico'
life of his country and in Jewish effairs as well.
In the latter area he has been most olosly iden-
tified with the Alliance Israelite Univerfelle.
If any one of his achievements could be
sinaled out above all the others it would un-
doubted'- be his role as the chief draftsman
of the Universal Declaration of Human R.ght*
and for his leadership in securing its adop
tion. K
His nation and his people can be justly i
proud of a man devoted to the greatest need
of our age peace.
LOS ANGELESWhen Richard
Nix n wa- here recently, the
lit to have cheered
mm One told of a venomous at
tuck on the Johnson Administra-
te Ca il irnia's Democratic
boss, Jesse I'nruh Another re-
: Sen Eugene McCarthy'*
i refusal to sup-
H ibert Humphrey
In addition, and perhaps more
important. Nixon's crowds in
Santa Monica, Panorama Citj and
rallying points in the Los
\_ area were not -vnthetic
products of the advance man's
art. like his Midwestern crowds.
. were hu^e; they were main-
|j i lult: they were really fer-
and Nixon went over big.
.Minority President

Yet a pause for reflection, such
a- I ha\e now enjoyed, by no
means reduces one's list of out-
standing, unanswered questions
a>yjut Nixon.
By ever> current sign, to be
sure, he is the front runner: and
it ne remains in that position,
one must pray he will ;;et a solid
majority ot the electoral votes.
But even if that happens, as
see .- likely, it is also likely that
be wul enter the White House as
a minority Pres.dent in other
words, even if he has a good ma
jonty in the electoral college, it
wili sun be most surprising if
N.xon's total is not less than the
coiiioiaed votes tor Humphrey
and iieorge Wallace.
Be ng a minority President is
not easy, in the best of circum-
stance- it Mill be hard indeed for
N.koq, turthermore, with Wallace
have more leverage in the
... ,>.uie-s than the late Joe
Mci_artnj enjoyed at the peak of
. ii. ible career To make
r- worse, there is an obvi-
ous alia deep spill in the Nixon
camp and. one mat guess a good
in lecUion in Nixon's own
mind about how to handle the
em
Grand Coalition
approach has been
une i in an earlier report in
'"- >"' I";- ;- the strati .:>
the -r^ii i coalit.on." which
- gathering -V whole politi-
: er undei tne tent of the
N'ix in administration and leaving
the extreme
and thi lissideni Democrats
extreme left This is the
j generally advocated by
Nixon adv.sers from the big
": states and California'*
able lieutenan Robert
Finch
It you list,.;, (0 Nixon's own
talk about a broadly based Cabi-
net, including Democrats as well
Kepublican moderates, you
hi think that he had already
sen the strategy of the -grand
coalition But if you think that.
you will run a grave risk of mak-
Ing the -ame mistake that was
made by the numerou, persons
who happily supposed John Lind-
J would be the vice presiden-
tial candidate, instead of Spiro
Agneu or someone like him.
h-Drmorrats
transferred some time ago totki
Republican Party But if vukL
down the list of the Democrat
for Nixon Committee, you :
one more enlightene :
committee's chairman
CJov. Allan Shivers ol Texas
When Nixon says he is
have a Democrat or tw
Cabinet, he is just as like!}
to mean Gov. Shiver- k;nd if
Democrat, which is a 1 -
Thurmond's kind.
In the Nixon caravan, more-
over, the power of the Wallace
movement has done nothing
di-pel the old Nixonian m
building a new. truly competitive
Republican Party in the South
The candidate's entourage and
indeed Nixon himself are much
given to reeling off lists of ai.
ready elected Republican -en,
tors and congressmen from South-
ern states. (Sen. John Tower of
Texas is conspicuously mention
ed. but somehow or other Sen
Thurmond is not i You are asked.
in effect, whether this ::ne be-
ginning should be limply aban-
doned.
In 1 he South
Yet it should be clear to any-
one that continuing to build the
Republican Party in the South i*
wholly inconsistent with the strat-
egy of the "grand coalition Ti
have any chance of donu this, in
fact, the Nixon administration
would have to out-Wallace Wal-
lace And to out-Wallace Wallace
(in a nice, nice way. ol course!)
is. in fact, the other strategy that
will be open to Nixon it and when
he reaches the W'hitt- H
If asked about the problem
sternly and insistently the Re-
publican candidate rep rtedly af-
ters a two-part reply first, that
the Wallace movement pvibH
already and will lose much of its
remaining ginger il law at*}
order'" are more sten
upon; second, that he has coo
sciously and intentionally defer
red thinking about ;
strategy, as something unluckyf
do before he is actually elected
There is a lot of sei
Furthermore, there is no doubt H
all that the Nixon running
1068. though by no meal ne*
Nixon." is at ieast a
mature Nixon, mad.- m ire solit
more self-confident an
dicious by the downs and up>'
the last eight year-
Yet one cannot h> uor
der what a Nixon admn istrati
would reallv be like
"VpyrlcM 1M7.
P,.t Co Distributed by
Tlmy Srndlcat*.
i u*ifi2
Sen. Strom Thurmond from
South Carolina is only an ex-
Democrat. ,o be sure, having


Friday. October 25. 1968
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Ban Urged On Sale Of Arms To
Aliens; Floridian Report Is Cited
Pace 5-fc
The Jewish War Veterans De-
partment of Florida has called on
the State legislature to enact legis-
lation prohibiting the sale of fire-
arms to aliens
The JWV action by the Depart-
ment's Council of Administration
followed the disclosure in The Jew-
.-h KlorHian that Jordanian Air
Force officers training at Home-
stead Air Force Base were buying
weapons in the Miami area. The
JWV resolution noted that similar
purchases were used by the Japa-
Danish Vessel Now
Monument In Israel
HAIFA The Danish fish- '
ing boat. Astrid. which was part of
a flotilla of small craft that ferried
nearly 8.000 Danish Jews to safety
in Sweden in October 1943. was
permanently landbound this week
at the foot of Mount Carmel as &
monument to the bravery of the
Danish people The monument was
dedicated in the presence of hun-
dreds of former Danish Jews
whose lives were saved by their
fellow Danes 25 years ago and a
Jake number of former Danish re-
M-tance fighters who took part in
that rescue operation, now visiting
:-rael to commemorate the event.
Among the latter was Capt. Jo-
as Borgesen, master of the Astrid
when she made her rescue voyage
...ross the narrow strait separating
I'enrnark from Sweden on the
phi of Oct. 4. 1943. With tear-
[filled eyes he accepted flowers
kn :n four 1-raeli bo\s and girls
children of men and women whom
e had helped save from deporta- ,
I' on bv the Nazis.
nese in World War II and by the
Arabs during previous hoitili es
in tiie Middle East.
Department of Florida Command
lTMichaelM.Scherhter said. -The
problem with tiie Jordanians would
not exist it the United States ha:l
acted on earlier Jewish War Vet-
erans' resolutions, seek'ng an end
to the military training of citizens
Oi uuii-ueiuocraiic cuuiiiries.
"It is an insult to the people of
Dade County, many of whom have
relatives in Israel." he added, "to
provide this training to Jordanian^
and to give them an opportunity to
buy weapons that may soon' be
used by Palestinian terrorists."
The Council of JWV approved a
I measure asking the Veterans Ad-
ministration to pay for the cost of
ambulances to transport veterans
between their homos and VA hos-
pitals.
An award to be known as the
"Percy Friedlander American sm
Award"' was accepted by the De-
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Cohen Post 723 of Surf commander of Post 723. Fried-
lander had served on JWV's Na-
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Friday. October 25, 1968
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Mandel Slated For Bond Award
Roboit R. Nathan (left* coordinator of the Task Forces for
the Humphrey Muskie Camoaiqn. discusses issues with
Dora Schaiy, prominent Jewish leader and chturman of the
United Americans for Humphrey-Muskie.
Israel Mandel. a leader of Beth
1'orah Congregation who has been
in the forefront of activity on be-
.iit or Israel lor many years, has
oeen named for the Jerusalem-
rower of David Award. Announce-
iieni wan made bj Rabbi Max A
Upschitz, spiritual leader of Beth
torah, and Dr Aaron Kahan, ex-
in Ive liraetor ol the Israel Bond
n ganisal ion.
11"' a vai I, a plaque consisting
il a three-dimensional replica of
he t Da\ ..i supported by
lie u >rd "Jerusalem" in Hebrew
..n.l an inscription which reads "In
icknowledgmenl ol notable partici
lation in the campaign to provide
.i Bound economic foundation for
the rebirth of Israel as a tower ol
ipiritual renewal and strength for
he Jewish people," will be eon
ferred noon Mr. Mandel at the
Beth Torah-Israel Dinner ol Slate
Saturday evening, Nov. 2. al the
Pontainebleau Hotel.
Sam Fox, prominent community
leaner hi s been named chairman
of the event, while Mrs. Fox will
-cm with her husband as coehair-
man of the Corps of Patron-Hosts.
*BI Announcing the award to Mr.
Mandel. Dr. Upschitz said, "Israel
Mandel has won the hearts of all
our people for his devotion, his
Rl nth and his total commitment
to everything thai relate- to the
faith, the land and the people of
Israel."
Dr Upschitz noted thai the se
lection ol Mr. Mandel for the
Jerusalem-Tower ol David Award
is most appropriate, ; til out
that the Towei ol !>.,\ i I for c
tune- a prominent landmark in I
Citj ol Jerusalem, has stoi I as a
symbol of the strength and perma
nence ol the Jewish people whose
survival ol tragedy and oppression
and whose modern achievements
in Israel have been likened to
miracles,
Mr. Mandel has been active and
has held high office in such or-
ganizations as the Jewish National
Fund, the Israel Bond Organization
,SHAU MANDtl
. nd the Zionist Organization
America, A former resident ol Moi
wich. Conn.. Mr Mandel was pres-
ident oi the Norwich Zionist l)>-
trict and Ol the Jewish National
Kund Prof.
UK Foreign Office
Denies Charges Of
Pressure On BBC
LONDON i.ITAi -- A British
Foreign Office spokesman denied
in the House of Commons th's
Meek that there were political rea
ins behind the government'!! dc-
< sion losu pendtne British Broad-
sting Corp s Hebrew shortwave
i :.tm which goes off the air
S lay. But Fred Mulley, Minister
ol siate at the Foreign office, con-
I that the move represented a
"change of policy." He said the
lange was based on a surve) that
W that more people in I-rael
I -tened to the BBC's English
Mdcasts than to the Hebrew
9
Mr. Mulh-y's explanation was
lallenged by Sir Barnett .tanner.
Labor MP. who noted that in addi
to Israelis, the Hebrew serv
had listeners among some
000 to fioo.ooo refugees In Arab
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F.i :lish very well but who still un
stood Hebrew This observation
Sir Barnett hinted at the possi
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\ i) governments to halt the
adcasts.
\lr. Mulley insisted, however.
Iliat the reasons for the shutdown
e purely economic He said the
ivernmenl considered that rela
' 'iis between Britain and Israel
could be fostered more effectivclv
il the money were spent on other
activities. Among these he men-
tioned better premises for the Brit-
ish Council in Israel, the extension
ol English-language teaching there.
and more professional and aca-
demic exchanges in both direc-
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EDWARD COHEN
The Police Mind
The level of this campaign is
probably best illustrated by the
cheers which greet Nixon's attack
on pornograohers and Wallace's
promise to take care of pollsters
when elected. They are conduct-
ing themselves on the same high
level as the general who shipped
men to the front lines in Viet
Nam for their failure to salute
properly.
This is the military police mind
at work, and if it reflects the
mood of the nation, as it very
well might from all the signs, we
can look forward to a sorrowful
period if either is elected. The
saluting business, in particular,
struck a chord in my memory,
bringing to mind my early war
experience as a military police-
man a! Fort Dix, N.J.
The posl commander loved to
ride around in his shiny staff car
"catching" lIPs who failed to
snap i" attention ami salute him
mi- the car) at the regulation 50
yards distance Any point of sa-
lute less than that (saj 30 yards)
would bring him rushing from
the car screeching, "Too late, too
late." and temporary arrest by
his driver-sergeant with loss of
past privileges or worse punish-
ment
For a civilian at heart, it wa
embarrassing to be paired with
an hoaest-to-goodness policeman-
at-heart. "Button up, soldier." or
"Fix your tie. buddy."was a con-
stant reminder to the men leav-
ing the post on pass by those who
loved the distinctive role they
played with the military forces.
Such pettiness is a small price
we have to pay for the law and
order our society requires; it is
the greater price of a police-
controlled state which concerns
me.
I spent a good number of years
coverinu the police heat as a re-
porter and 1 think 1 developed an
undei tandii affection
lor the policeman and tus un
bappj lot kn lit.- i numbered
among mj good Irtcndi many of
tin- cops on the local (one and
1U tifiiMTiMiiilnil in
r""-""""r
Iwinji (hi-
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rules and interpret them.
Despite the militant demon
strators. the American policeman
is neither a "pig" nor a fascist,
although there is little doubt that
he takes a conservative position
in politics because- of his training
and background.
The policeman, trained to re-
spond to orders, is too often the
scapegoat for the ineptness. pe-
nuriousness and corruption of
those who ultimately are respon-
sible for law and order in our
communities the politicians in
City Hall and County Court House
and. yes. in the White House. Po-
lice policy is not the private pre-
serve <>l the professional police
man but a public mailer and,
thus, a political question.
There are many excellent sug
gestions for using proper police
power to curb crime and violence
in the streets. But if we wish bet
ter police, not just tougher ones,
we must begin t<> change the
character of the police job We
have to realize that the police
cannot cure crime, though they
have to cope with it. and get on
with the job ourselves
The two military police candi
dates are fond of quoting the
crime statistics to make then
point for greater repression Thej
fail to remind their cheering an
diences incomes go no. the odds in favor
of becoming a victim ot crime go
downread that again, slowlj
In New York City, 33 percent
of the crimes of violence occur
in slum districts constituting 7
percent of the population. In "The
Economics of Delinquency." it is
stated that a 10 percent rise in
income results in a 20 percent de
cllne in delinquency. It is cheap-
er, of course, to buy more guns
and nightsticks.
The polls told us recently thai
Nixon was getting a substantial
portion of the Jewish vote and
' Wallaci .\.i- lavored b> .
much a- 4 percent II this is what
assimilation brings us. we might
hi- well advised i<> take BtronM
measures in an effort lo hall the
mi in ion ul ii tin I Imlii i na> Ml I... .
Veteran Newsman
Leads Off Series
At Beth Shelom
Martin Agronsky, CBS Washing
ton correspondent and moderator
of TV's '"Face the Nation", and
United States Senator George Mc-
Govern, of South Dakota are among
he hcadlincrs scheduled to appeal'
on Temple .Sholom's Cultural and
Fine Arts Series for 196849, it
was announced this week.
Mr. Agronsky kicks off the series
with his appearance on the open-
ing program Saturday. Nov. "i at
8:30 p.m. at Beth Sholom's audi-
torium. 4144 Chase Av.v
Senator McGovem will spaV al
'he closing session Saturday. March
8.
Hounding out the lour part series
will be the appearance on Satur
day. Jan. 11 of David llalberstrani.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and
Vietnam expert, anil a violin re
:-itaI by I'inchas Ziickerman. Is
raeli artist, scheduled for Satur-
day, Feb. 8.
Chairman of Beth Sholom's
Cultural and Fine Arts Committee
is Mrs David Drucker Her en
chairmen are Judge Harry Arthut
Greenberg and James S. Knopk
Commiitee members who met to work out
details of the Beth Sholom Culture and Fine
Arts oroaiam include (from left): Mrs. Mor-
ton Weinberq, Sisterhood vice president;
Jack M. Fink (standinq). Beth Sholom presi-
dent; Betty Malakoff, executive secretary;
James S. Knopke. brotherhood president;
Mrs. David Drucker, committee chairman;
Judqe Harrv Arthur Greenberq, board mem-
ber; and Mrs. Morris Green, in charqe of
tickets.
A sisting them are
Advisory Zinn, lack Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kotler. Mrs Morton Wein
and Planning Committee members lack Courshon, Arthur Courshon,Iberg, Mrs. Morris Green and Mrs
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Moral Lesson
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tarn id, Miami Beach
The Bible relates thai many
yars ago in the dim, gray dawn
history, when the species of man
u as still young,
a world cata-
< lysm occurred
that came near
destroying not
only the human
race bul all the
animal lit,
well.
The cataclj sm
is said to have
taken the form
"t a vast inun-
dation of the
entire earth.
covering it with water so that even
the highest mountain peaks were
submerged and whatever had the
breath of life in it on land per-
ished. This condition is supposed
to have prevailed for over a year
Rabbi Laboviti
During all that time the sole sur-
viving family of the human race,
as well as the individuals of the
animal species that had been taken
along, were safely tucked away in
;. contraption which would even l>\
modern standards be considered a
- lOd-Sized ship. This rescue boat
known generally as Noah's Ark.''
floated on top of the water as long
as the deluge lasted, and thanks to
it. animal life on earth did iiot be-
come extinct.
This is the story as told in the
K.ble. The questions that are
raised are obvious. How could, for
example, an Ark 300 cubits long.
50 cubits wide and 30 cubits high,
contain even two sample^ each of
all the infinite varieties of animal
existence? How was it possible to
cause the species hailing from to-
tall) different climates to live to-
fe< ther under identical conditions?
What sort of food was it that they
were fed. and where was it stored?
How were those species that mul-
tiply very rapidly kept from in- I
creasing tor a period ot one year
and thus crowding the ark?
These are soiiu' ot the questions
that the thoughtful reader a-ks
nimseli as he reads the storj of
Noah and the flood There are, ol
course, many other questions but
"lien all is said and done, it niu.-t
lie confessed that there are tiling-
in the Biblical text which we can-
not hope to understand and with
whatever method of interpretation
W use. will continue to baffle
perplex us. But even il they do.
.here is little harm in our lack ol
comprehension, I lible does
not pretend to be a source hook
lor science, but merely a book ol
religion, a book in which the an
cient memories of mankind, the
common property of all men. are
utilized to teach lessons ot ethics
and morality and inculcate the be-
lief in a just and benevolent God.
When the Biblical text is com-
pared with parallel accounts ol the
flood, such as the Babylonian epic.
we begin to realize that the aim of
the story of Noah is to teach the
lessons of ethics and morality. Ac-
cording to the other version of the
story, that hero is saved from de-
struction not because he is just and
righteous, but because he happens
to be the favorite of one of the
gods. The Babylonian story has no
constructive purpose whatsoever.
It is a mere play of the fancy, in
which Noah tries to conceal from
his fellow men the impending ca
tastrophe. The Biblical version, on
the other hand, has a serious object j
in view It proclaims the truth that
the basis of human society is mor-
ality and justice, that any society
which is devoid of these qualities
deserves to perish or inevitable go
under.
The Biblical story of the deluge
possesses an intrinsic power to stir
the conscience of the world and it
was written with this educational
and moral end in view There is no
trace of this aim in the records of
the deluge outside of the Bible.
'Generation Gap' Is Educators' Topic At
United Synagogue Of America Conclave
I>: Morton Siegel, director of ident of the Southeast Region
the National Commission on Jew- the USA.
ish Education, heads the Msl of Delegate* from more than -
Is in education who will d.s congregations in six states ,',i ih
Closing the Generation Gap" Southeast will concern them.et
' with the crucial questions h
Cff. MORTON SlfGfl
Arabs Seek'
Terror Halt
Continued From Page 1-A
leaders but many others doubted
it would have an) effect.
The assembly condemned the
grenade attack on civilians in lie
bron, and also the reprisals taken
bj Israel. They voiced disapproval
of the new security measures m-n
tuted by Israeli authorities around
the Patriarchs' Tomb which it lo-
cated inside the compound ol the
I blah inn Mosque These call lor
opening a separate entrance for
Jewish worshippers on the east side
of the Mosque where there is more
open space than on the we-t side.
The stairway on the ivesl side.
used bj botn Moslems and Jews.
was the scene o: the grenade blast.
In order to clear the east entrance,
Israeli authorities have ordered
several home owners nearby to
leave They were promised housing
in build'ngs abandoned by Hebron-
Me.- who lied to Jordan.
at tin' Biennial Convention of the
United Syi America in
In \.e. in an l ll
Other d I ru 'sts par-
ting will he Rabbi Yaakov
lids, nrath oi the Highland Park,
N .1 Conservative Congregation,
who is an expi rl in college pro
gramn labbi Neil Gill
man, rej istrar ol the Rabbinical
. and Schoa! ol .ludaica of
li w -h Thi n]" il s minarj
ol America, according to the an
nouncement ol Phillip Schiff. pres-
synagogue* and Jewish life in the
vilal area Ol youth and thi
Hides toward Jewish traditi in \t,
Schiff said.
Fun for Family Planned
A family fun time, feat .
games, magic and .-,
chuken dinner, is planned I
la> at Congregation B'n .. R
MOl \\V 183rd St. from 4
8:30 p m
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Noah
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A-IAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION 985 SW 6. th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
AJSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
mil Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baunigare. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday ... p.m Sermon 'The Foot-
ball llumi.' IIhIiI.I Si. nl.-i- Satur-
day, 11:1" :i.m Itar MllSvah Wayne.
..f .Mr mill .III- S. v iim.in liul.il.
Jluward. mm ul I >i .....I .Mr- Kll
t.-n
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
Kriday p m :'." p m Sermon "Thi"
t*ii*rfrymaii -Social Bntrlnwr or S|drl
in.I Teacher?" Saturday 9 .. m., Sei
mem: Th. Torah !..-->..n liar Milx-
viih: lijri y, -..ii .a .\li- mid .Mr- Bd-
W.I.I I *; I V ..- .Milltlla. "t I". |i. Ill
,1,-w- Seek I'.nii.'i-" Rabbi Jacob*
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
Kn.i.'v ii:3fl ]. hi Saturday, -> 15 h m
Sermon Iki We I.. :n-n from Rood*7"
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I MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE;, conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Frldaj H |. in Saturday K:4S a.m Bai
Mllivnh: Richard and Roberl Peldman,
s.ni- ..f Mr and Mi- Paul Keldmnn
Singles Plan Shipwreck
The Singles ol North Miami
Beach are planning a "Shipwreck
Party" Saturday night at Popiel
Hall. 13630 W. Dixie Hwj
Costumes are requested hut not
required for attendance
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
I'l i.l.iv .. ).-, ,, hi Sutunl.i. : ., in
\ ah anH hi- wife hehold a rainbow in the skj God'i promise
never to destroj mankind
"Go forth from the ark. thou, and thy wife'" (Gen 8:18
NOAM Noah w.i- commanded to build an Ark lor shHtcr
from the Flood 'hat would overwhelm the earth. In the Ark he
placed hi- wile and three sons. Sheni. Ham and Japheth. together
with their wives: also two of each species of creature on earth,
one male and one female to perpetuate the species (seven were
allowed fur t'ie species that were ritually clean!
The Flood that covered the earth drowned all living things
except those in the Ark with Noah After a year, the water- n
ceded and the earth dried.
Noah let all the cieattire- out of the Ark. that they might be
fruitful and multiply on earth He sacrificed in thanksgiving I"
God Cod. for His part, promised Noah that He would never
send a Hood that would destro) the earth The sign for this a ;rei
:r:ent. or covenant, is the rainbow.
Men increased and spread all over the world; in the land
Shinar ihej sought to build a tower whose peak should reach to
heaven Here, thej thought to concentrate ail the earth -
lation Hut God, irked at man'- presumption, confused |
speech. Previouslj all men had spoken one language. Now thej
-poke various languages: not being able to understand each other
they could not work together, and the building <>! the Towel ol
Babel ceased.
Terah, the father of Abram, came to Haran
This recounting of the Weckiy Portion of the Law it extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Merit.se,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Sriengold and the
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang
e in
I., lie
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St and
ratum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitj Can.
tor Edward Klein.
f IS m Sermon Ul..,.
1.....- loli-no*. Si, in l-"r.-in
rv?,;.P''.n: rum
' ~ II Sl-I I.IMUIC II ,
': BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE) 1721
' M-..V, -" ,' '" M0"r0' S,' Conservative. Raot
I' m Morton Malavsky.
Y AMI0 0QSnRlLEcL ,-F CREATEB M'- S,*AI tTtM^IfjTwOI Johnson St
R^ I ..N,E'7'S' St Ortnodox C............ '
H*bbi Na'tah Porush
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CORAL CABLES
JURCiEnA Reform. R,l)b, Morn, Kipper
\.'"U\\ '' I' 'l' SlllUlilii), II I ,.
- I
' nnl Mi- mu Su
Conservative Rabbi Oav.d Shai
Cantor Vehud.ih Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
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.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bomta Drive
Orthodox. Rab"v Phineas Weber-'
man.
Prlilnj .; |, mi Baturiluj. )n i
mon The Tower .of H..I.H .| ,,
1 > Hlole i In--. .. |, m ,, :,, |, m
&E-PHAR9IC JEWISH CENTER 45
Collins Ave. Rabbi_Sad, Nahmias.
V(?5,4a,SwAEl- F MIAMI BEA<=H
e-Vn-HilleT' 0,0 AV*' R,bb' A

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
V*n,l:i> i.;.:h p.in Haturdity, P .i m Ser-
mon 'I'l \\.-ir.i- ..i \..;ili ClaHK,
ii in MiiH'h.i, il: I.'. p in.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor B'n Dickson.
Friday i minuet. Saturday N '" ')
s. rni.tn A Deveafatliif Plood!" 5 SO
p hi Sermon: The Portion "f tin- Ijiu
o.m Sermon \ FUghti .u- Hun."
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
-------e-------
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca. lyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hirkes.
Friday >].", p.m Sermon l.iu .....I
Order." in-i Hneaker, Judge Milton
Friedman m, ir Shahhal bj Mr* lt--
' i-a ".-i il Ii iii honor ol her l.irih-
I. V
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
B NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday felt p.m Sermon "Mlining
the Mark', sue*) Rabbi Simon Kobrl-
neti Saturda). Ifl Iii b m
l?RAEL (itMrLt). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
I day, k:IS p m Sernurn: "Should
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
3 HESHVAN 6:25
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencweig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Prldaj 8 e in Saturday, C| a m Bermon
'"The Kevoll ..r iiui Vouth- -Ho Shall
We Cope with It?"
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8,
Gross.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
*uV YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
i B.l L"]'. Ga,rden r Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Cantor T.bor
"loses.
Frlila* vi:. p.m Serm..... \ \i .
For our Tin,. Saturda] r, ', ,
, Mrs Marcy Itubi natein
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Chits. Cantor Jacob Renter
V.'.'.'l:,y..'','-''1".; vl"' '"" s"
i 'I" ".-' '""- A i:......
Si""1..... rhoUKllti." n, M|,
daunhtei ... Mr and
.lames RakUHln. Baturdai
Ihii Mllrvah MH,h<-ll, p......,
Mml.> Rencei and Mark It,
ii > Mr mill Mr, li
l^loowlM Mliu-ha. : i. |, :
BE7finn ?10|HE CONGREGATION
^ion Kirschenbaum
BNAI RAPHAEL*1401 NW -K'.rd St
Con,ervatlve R,bbl Char| ^d m
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
ISRAEL (TEMPLF. J500 SW 8t
Way Conservativi Rabbi Irw -
Cutler
T44 Zamora Ave POMpTSoTeACH
C^Vr^iVVhiKh M""-" *".., SHOLOM ,TE^P^eTi32 SW ,1
I |. in Si riin \ Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mo" I
Kff" s SkP Cantor Leon Segal
- |, '
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETHn i?RAE1" 'TEMPLE. 547
Oakland Pa-k Blvd R.bb. 8h.|.
Mlntd0ich.E<'Ward C"nt" Theodore
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SURFSIDE
MOGAN OAVIL CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center. 9
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaa:
0. Vine,
11th
Lip.
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HALLANDALE
HAI:LANPA'-r~JEwTsH CENTER
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd
HOLLYWOOD
: wrsxz saw
Ttld fugr i.t prepare i in
cooperation with the QttaW
Mtdini KdbhiHirjl Associa
i irditidtor i>f the fe.-: -
dppedrin| here ii
DK MAX UPSCHITZ
SpintiiaJ Leader of
Bnii Tiikaii Conokbgation
Or" N'drtm Miami BbaCH
"'""....." ((iiawawso,imi min
SINAI (TfcM
Temporary
Ave. Refor
Cantor Me
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by Harold
Sbopmaker
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Bhopmaki,
. ..ii.iii.-,.-ii |.
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PLE,. uF NORT.i r nr
office. 18801
m Rai-b, Ralph
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19th Ave.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
SSSSMM ,
VMM/ 0;/ev,s,o Vrogr*-
,k',h Torh Congregation, North Miami Beach.
H^7" R".iin,M Th S"" Sma" Voi-'
* Rabbi Mayor Abramowitz.
remote Menorah, \i,,mi Beach
Oct.29J n '*e Meaning ol Pr.,w?
W u ,l0V? P-m- Mm TV) lf.n.
'"Pi Whom to Vote For
Moderator: Rev. Uther C Pierce
'"Hi.Ki.iu Rabbi Joseph I! Narot, Temple Israel of
- eater Miami; Rev. Hankins F Parker and
Rev. Rene Gracida
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Jen is* ffrridtinn
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Southern Educators To Study Financial Aid
Louis Schwartiman. executive the crucial !mi........ i,... :..u ____:_ ...
LOUIS SCHWARTZ/HAN
Ginsburg
Name
To Appeals Board
Ben Zion Glosburg baa been ap-
pointed to a three-year term on
the Minimum Housing Appeals
Board by the .Miami Beach City
. 'ouncil,
A long-time resident of South
Florida. Mr. Ginsburg is currently
an executive for Business Devel
opmenl at the Carner Bank of
Miami Beach He is a member of
Ihi Miami Beach Elks, Masons,
and Kiwanis Clubs and i- on the
l ol Directors ol Temple
Emai !' ie Hi brew Aca lemy,
.nil the Athmalic' Children's
Foundation ol Florida
Louis Schwartlman, executive
director of the Hun au ol Jewish
Education of Greater Miami, will
>er\e a- a consultant on financial
aid to Jewish schools at a southern
re iional conference on Jewish edu-
cation to be held Nov 12 and 13
in Atlanta, Ga
Among the < immun'tj Ie
from the Miami area who will at-
tend the conference sponsored l>\
the American As ociation for Jew
ish Education, will be Albert E
Ossip, president of the Bure u
Mendell M. Sclig, \ ice president,
and Mr-. Henry B. Wernick, mem-
ber ol the board
Mr. Schwartzman was among a
zroup ol education leaders from
around the country who drafted a
national policy statement of the
Association on communal support
for .low sh education wh'ch is In-
tended to serve as a guide for
agencies throughout the nation
The statement stresses the Im-
portance of the education bureau
in each citv as an agency for chan
neling financial aid and asks for
special consideration for the li
nancir.g ol intensive education
such as the all-day school.
The theme ol the Atlanta con
icrence is Communit) Respond
bilitj l he More Efl cue Way
for Jewish Education The aim of
' mi I :- 10 the alien
lion oi the laj leadership ol Jew-
ish communities in tin- South on
the crucial importance of Jewish
education and to mobilize the re
- arces of those a :encies most m
timately concerned with Jewish
education.
Conference sessions will deal
tfith an analysis ol the -status and
problems ol Jewish education in
the South and will propose success
ful communal approaches fi
Mis. Julia Donath presents a check for the Hi'lel Founda-
tion's Hillel House Fund sponsored bv B'nai B'lith to her
nepheww. Richard Donath. proqram chr.irman of Gold
Cocst Lodge. Looking on are Siamund Dawei (left), lodqe
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Robert Russell To Brief
Local Leaders On Istael
Robert Russell, the 1969 cam- Jewish leaders on the 14th Annual
paign chairman of the Greater Study Mission of the United Jew-
Miami Jewish Federation Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund, is currently in Israel
ish Appeal.
In Israel. Mr. Russell and his
as one of the prominent American wife nave mtt wi,n Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eshkol and other Israeli
leaders, including Deputy Prime
Minister Yigal Allon. Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban. Defense Minister
Gen. Moshe Dayan and Gen. llaim
Barlev. Chief of Staff.
Israel Denies
Rumors Of
Jordan Talks
ROBERT RUSSELL
Continued From Pag* 1-A
This Mission i> designed to give ; tion to the present Study Mission.
, American Jewish leaders an in- Rabbi Friedman said, groups from
cisive look into what is happening i0me 20 American communitiesa
in Israel today. Upon his return, total of 750 key leaderswill be on
Mr. Russell will brief the leaders fact-finding trips through Israel
of the Greater Miami Jewish com- during October and November, and
munity on his on-thc-scene inspec- more than 1.000 executive direc- p
Irnrntn. V Jordan,,an 8V" lions" as we" as on the Pres-'nt tors, campaign chairmen and ke>
ernment may have come to recog- needs of Israel.
nize that unless it makes direct |
approaches to Israel, the cease-fire j Edward Ginsberg, national gen
situation and the cease-fire lines i eral chairman of the United Jewish
will not change. "If the conse- j Appeal, told members of the Study
quences are drawn !rom this con- Mission that the UJA is launching
elusion and Jordan agrees to nego- precedent-shattering campaign
tiate. this will be welcomed here," j aimed at raising more funds in 1969
he said. When he was asked if Is- 'or Israel's humanitarian needs
rael would be willing to negotiate than was raised in 1967 in the
with Jordan separately, even if wake of the Six-Day War.
Egypt stayed aloof, Mr. Rafael re-
plied that Israel has always been Mr. Ginsberg and Rabbi Herbert
leaders of Jewish federations in
the United States are expected to
! visit Israel during December and
January on a series of special
weekly flights.
,------------------------------
Care of Eyes Discussed
Dr. A. Allan Sobel. eye special-
ist, was to discuss "The Care of
the Eyes" at an open meeting of
Greater Miami Lodge No. 208 of
Expanded Economy is
Predicted "By Sharef
Continued From Page 1-A to force certain local manuf.,
is to lower production costs
torn let planes Israel ii expecting reducing tariff protection so
io b'i the United States competitive foreign merchandi
\,,... .. Mr Sharef's re- tti11 sf" in ,"' a' the same oi
si ss national product even ,ow*r Pnces ,ha" the I
rew by 1213 p. rcenl in 1968. The ade Prori,,c! A stt'P '" that direc.
number oi employed persons rose on,sw, announced with the ,.
bv nine percent, investments gre -"-ation of a list of 600 Import. I
by 40 percent and exports by lti item* on whuh customs dun,
percent The circulation oi curren- ^e lowered by five to 30 perci i
They include a wide range oi
ports from electronics to leather
goods and textiles. The reductions
ill go into effect on Jan. 1, n .
According to the Ministry of I
merce and Industry, the reduction-
will force Israeli manufacturer-
adopt more efficient methods ,
The forecast for 1969 was tor a jbimg ,hem eventua ,0
even percent rise in employment ___
on the international market.
cy and negotiable paper rose con
iiderably but price- remained
table on the whole, ow ng to a
large increase in private savings
Despite ar. internal demand lor
ioods. industrial exports rose by
and a four percent increase in pro
iuctivity per person, owing t" in-
creased efficiency and the intro-
luction of automation. The report
jredicted an 11 percent increase
the Free Sons ot Israel at 8:30
ready to negotiate and conclude a A. Friedman. UJA executive vice | p.m. Thursday at the Washington
peace treaty with any Arab state chairman, provided details of the Federal Bank Building. 1133 Nor
that chooses to do so. ,_ .... ,,. :
upcoming UJA campaign In addi- mandy Dr.
Cairo radio broke its silence on
the Israeli-Jordanian peace talk
rumors by broadcasting a denunci-
ation of the nine-point peace pro-
Sram presented by Israel's Foreign
Minister Abba Eban to the U.N.
General Assembly Oct. 8, and fea-
turing a statement by El Fatah,
the Jordan-based Arab guerrilla
organization, that it would not rest
until all Palestine is liberated.
Israeli observers said the broad-
casts were a sign that Egypt may
have become alarmed at the pros-
pect of a Jordan-Israel peace set-
t.i.ment aid was trying to forestall
...a; possibility. They believe that
the Egyptian move was coordinated
with the Soviet Union and that
Cairo radio was silent last week
because Soviet-Egyptian consulta-
tions were still in progress.
New York Times correspondent
Eric Pace reported trom Cairo,
however, that the alleged Israeli-
Jordanian talks were being carried
out "at least with the tacit ap-
proval of the Egyptian govern-
ment. That was viewed by some
pro-Arab observers as an indication
of Arab eagerness for a peaceful so-
lution to the Middle East impasse.
Neither Arab nor Israeli spokes-
men had mentioned the reported
exchanges in public, in order not
to jeopardize prospects of a peace
settlement, he said. But inform-
ants characterized the Jordanian-
Israeli talks as merely presenta-
tions of the two governments'
views, and since no real bargain-
ing v as involved, the talks did not
amount to direct negotiation with
Israel. Mr. Pace reported that both
sides were said to have adhered to
the positions taken by their gov-
ernments in separate discussions
with Dr. Jarring.
The Israeli daily. Maariv ,has re-
ported that King Hussein vetoed a
jlan said to be favored by a ma-
jority of the Israeli Cabinet for the
return of some territory to Jordan
in exchange for guarantees of se-
curity.
Mental Health Association
Meets at Springs Villas
' The Crisis in Our State MenU
n the gross national product and Institutions" will be the topic of
i 12 percent increase in exports in panel discussion at the 21st annual
i969 but did not say how large the mpetin* of ,he Men,al Health A>
sociation of Dade County. Inc., on
Monday at the Miami Springs Vil
las Playhouse.
xpected trade deficit would he. It
iredicted a 12 percent increase in
nvestments.
tocktails will be served at 6:30
The Israel government i- trvinfl Dm., followed bv dinner at 7:30.
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FIVE NATIONAL BANKS KEEPING PACE WITH THE GROWTH OF GREATER MIAMI, FLORIDA
=?==
SEPT. 30
1950
1952
1954
1956
1958
I960
1962
1964
1966
DEPOSITS
J6.386.000 00
$16,776.000 00
$27,056.000 00
$36,200,000 00
$42,691,000.00
$42,636,000.00
$50,240,000.00
J53,814,000.00
$61,679,000.00
CASH AND BONDS
$5,216,000.00
$13,512,000.00 T
$21,198,000.00
$27,117,000.00
$27,661,000.00
$27,033,000.00
$29,001,000.00
$27,625,000.00
$32,959,000.00
LOANS
$1,476.000 00
$3,849,000.00
$6,755.000 00
$10,054,000.00
$16,996,000.00
$18,255,000.00
$23,628,000.00
$29,020,000.00
$32,930,000.00
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$250,000 00
$652,000.00
$1,085,000.00
$2,364,500.00
$2,725,800.00
$3,703,800.00
$4,043,000.00
$4,897,500.00
$5,040,000.00
1968

$83,213,000.00 $50,025,000.00 $38,235,000.00 $5,284,500.00
SEPT. 30
1950
1952
1954
1956
1958
I960
1962
1964
1966
1968
COMBINED FIGURES OF
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI SHORES
WITH COMPLETE TRUST FACILITIES
Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street E.tobli.h.d F.bruory 27, 1950
- PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH MIAMI
Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue
Eiiobli.h.d March 27, 1951
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
West Dixie Highway at 162nd Street
Eiioblithrd Mo, 16. 1956
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Northwest 79th Street at 33rd Avenue
E.labll.hed February 4. I960
PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH MIAMI
Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
EitobiiihMJ Odob.r 21, 1963
LOANS UP TO fIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($$500,000.00) TO ANY ONE INDIVIDUAL OR FIRM
FREE CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
Members Federal Reserve System
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Executive Off'cert
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"eJewish Floridian
I Miami, Florida, October 25, 1968
Section 3
Rabbi Sol Landau (left) was the recipient of the Jerusalem
Liberation Award at the Beth David-Israel Dinner of Stale,
this week at the Fontainebleau Hotal. The award was con-
ferred upon Rabbi Landau by Colonel Yerahmiel Dori, hero
of Israel's Six-Day war. Looking on, at right, is Walter S.
Falk, dinner chairman.
500 Attend Dinner In
Tribute To Rabbi Landau
More than 500 members of Con-
jation Beth David filled the
i.iinc Room of the Fontaine-
] I eau Hotel to capacity as ihey
BOined in honoring Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau at the annual Beth David
[1-rael Dinner of State this week.
Col Yerahmiel Dori. hero of Is
rael's Six-Day War who was one of
the key officers in the liberation of
,'erusalem. conferred the Jerusa-
lem Liberation Award upon Rabbi
11 andau.
In tribute to Rabbi I.andau and
in response to an address by Aaron
Kahan, executive director of the
j-rael Bond Organization, and a
widely known author and lecturer,
members of the audience purchas-
ed $265,000 in Israel bonds.
Walter S. Falk. prominent con-
gregation and. civic leader, was
chairman of the dinner, which had
the largest attendance in the his
tory of Beth David's annual din-
ners for Israel bonds.
Program participants included
Seymour Friend. Beth David pres
ident: Rabbi Murray Alstet. Cantor
William Lipson, David Issenberg,
Morris Rabinowitz. Her enthal. Mrs. Walter Falk. who
served with her husband as co-
chairman of the Corps of Patron
Hosts, and entertainer Lou Mason
Participants in the Menorah of
State ceremony included Mr and
Mrs. Aaron Kravitz. torch bearers;
Mr and Mrs. William Weintraub.
pilot candle; Mr. and Mrs Morris
Rabinowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Kellner. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Em-
mer. Mrs Ezekial Landau. Mrs.
Nathan Glover, Mr and Mrs. Stan-
ley Speiler. Mrs. Rae Kessler. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman. Mr
and Mrs Seymour Friend. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Martin. Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Barkkan. Mr. and Mrs.
, Philip Warshaw. Mr. and Mrs.
' Rubin Offenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Turetsky, Mr. and Mrs. David
Braun, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmer,
Mr and Mrs. Abraham Kasow. Mr.
and Mrs. David Issenberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Falk. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph W. Hankin. Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Lemberg and Ezra Landau.
Baros Heads Beth Am
Capital Fund Campaign
J William Baros. Miami civic
nd religious leader, has been
named general chairman of Temple
Beth Am', Bar Mitzvah Anniver-
sary capital funds campaign, the
highlight of which will be a Dec. 14
dinner-dance at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel.
Announcement of Mr. Baros' ac-
ceptance was made this week by
George Malm, president of the
congregation which serves South
Miami. Kendall. Coral Cables and
other South Dade areas.
A past president of the former
Beth Shirah congregation. Mr.
Baros is chairman of the Jewish
Vocational Service's annual dinner
this year. He has been on the JVS
of Greater Miami board for the
past four years.
I-ong active in the Greater Miami
[Jewish Federation, Mr. Baros has
served on the budget committee
for three years and has played a
key role in the Home Furnishing
Group and other Mercantile Divi-
sion activities of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund drives.
A graduate of Miami High School
' and Georgia Tech, he has served
on the boards of the Park and Shop
: Association and of the Downtown
1 Merchants Association, a key unit
of the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce
A series of receptions at the
homes of members is currently
under way, with Rabbis Herbert
Baumgard and Arthur Steinberg
jppcarng as guests at the parlor
meetings in behalf of Temple Beth
Am's $400,000 drive for a ntw li
brary, additional classrooms and
other facilities.
The Bar Mitzvah dinner-dance
Dec. 14 will also mark the 13th an
niversary of Dr. Baumgard's serv-
ice as senior rabbi of the South
Dade congregation, which has the
largest enrollment of school chil-
dren of any synagogue or temple
in the entire South.
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J. WIUMM BAROS
National Directors Of
CARIH Plan Seminar
Jonas K ken. national director of
development for the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital ol Denver, and Kay Burks,
I its information director, will con-
duct a one-day Public Relations
and Information seminar at 10 a.m.
Monday in the Carillon Hotel.
The Florida Council, CARIH. and
<;x auxiliaries Greater Miami,
r--.-; Be^h. Worth Dade, Lorbcr.
Peshkin and Breath of Life Chap
ten will participate.
Brodie Named To Federation Post
Myron J. Brodie has been ap-
pointed assistant executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Arthur S. Rosichan.
the organization's executive direc
tor announced this week.
Mr. Brodie will be involved in
all aspects of Federation activity,
and will be primarily responsible
for the annual Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, the development of a
young leadership training program
and an endowment program.
He comes to Miami from Holly
wood, where for the past four
tears he has been executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and Jewish Family Service of
Broward County.
During Mr. Brodie's tenure in
Hollywood, the annual campal n
rose from $174,000 to $550,000, the
Family Service tripled its staff and
j was licensed as a child-placing
I agency by the State of Florida.
Under his leadership, the Feder-
ation formulated and implemented
a successful day camp program, a
Commission on Jewish Education,
a women's division and a voung
leadership development program.
For the past two years Mr Bro-
die has served on the faculty of
Barry College's School of Social
Work.
A graduate of Western Maryland
College, he received his Master-
degree at Boston University's
Graduate School of Social Work
and is a member of the Academj
of Certified Social Worker-, the
highest accreditation a social work-
er can achieve He is also a mem
ber of the National Association of
Social Workers and the Association
"i Jewish Communal Workers
Beiore entering the field "I com
munlty organization. Mr. Brodie
was chief psychiatric social work-
er in a psychiatry and neurology
clinic at Ft. Crowder, Mo., where
he completed his military service
He then joined the staff of the
Jewish Federation and Council of
Greater Kansas City, Mo., with re-
sponsibilities in social planning, ed-
ucation, campaigning and budget
ing. Mr Brodie then assumed his
position at the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Broward County
MfMN J. BRODIt
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Former Kennedy Aide Will Address
Temple Israel Adult Institute Series
Prof Adam Yarmohnsky of Har
\ard, one of the key men in the
exclusive "Kennedy Circle.'" will
be the final speaker on the special
election series of the Greenfield
Adult Institute at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami Sunday morning.
Deputy director in 1964 of the
Pre-idents Task Force on Poverty.
Prof Yarmolinsky's address will be
on The Urban Implications of the
November Election."' a subject
Groups Press For
Action On Rights
ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA> Sixteen
American and Canadian organiza-
tions concerned with international
human rights announced here that
they will launch a campaign to
press for ratification of all United
Nations human rights conventions
by the United States Congress and
by Canadian legislative bodies.
Canada has ratified five of the
covenants. The U.S. so far has ac-
cepted the convention outlawing
slavery" but has still not ratified
tho--e outlawing racial discrimina-
tion, genocide and political dis-
crimination against women.
with which he was involved on a
governmental level before he re-
turned to teaching in 1966. both
at Harvard Law School and as a
member of the Institute of Poli-
tics. John F. Kennedy School of
Government, before being drawn
nto the late Sen. Robert F Ken-
nedy's campaign last spring.
Following his graduation from
Yale Law School in 1948. Prof.
Yarmolinsky was law clerk to Su-
preme Court Justice Reed before
going into private practice. A close
associate of John and Robert Ken
nedy, he became Special Assistant
to the Secretary of Defense in 1961
and served in many important ca-
pacities in both the Kennedy and
early Johnson admini-trations. pri-
marily in the Defense Department,
although he is viewed by many as
a chief architect of the War on
Poverty.
TffElWOOFUS]
Democratic Club
Backs Entire Slate
The Biscayne Democratic Club
of Miami Beach this week an-
nounced its complete endorsement
of the Democratic ticket.
Louis Samuels, president of the
club, said that every member of
'ho n'-"3":'9in" beino iireed tO
go out and work in behalf of the
^viuuciuv: canuidates.
Those endorsed include Hubert
H. Humphrey for President. Ed-
mond Muskie for Vice President:
LeRoy Collins for the U.S. Senate:
Claude Pepper for Congress. 11th
District; Dante Fascell for Con-
gress. 12th District: Richard Ger-
stein for State Attorney: Milton
Friedman for Judge. Circuit Court;
Robert Shevin for State Senate:
Kenneth Myers for State Senate,
and Joseph Boyd for Supreme
Court Justice.
Collins Urges Plan
Of Aid For Elderly
Charging that "the needs of our
senior citizens have received only
token attention.'" U.S. Senate can-
didate LeRoy Collins this week
propo-ed a five-point plan to aid
the elderly.
Speakinp at a luncheon of sen-
iors in North Miami. Gov. Collins
proposed:
Boosting minimum benefits
under Social Security from $55 to
$70 for an individual and from
$82.50 to $105 for a couple.
Pros iding automatic adjust-
ments in benefit payments keyed
:o the co>t of living.
Removing restrictions on em-
ployment of senior* without a cor-
responding cut in benefit pay-
ments.
Providing annual physical ex-
amination? under Medicare and
payments for denture- and eye-
glasses
Utilizing the talents of the el-
derly by providing expanded em-
ployment opportunities
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New Members Of Temple Zamora To Be Consecrated
Max M. Fisher (right), national Jewish leader, confers with
Pres.dential candidate Richard M. Nixon whom he serves as
an cdvisor on urban affairs. Mr. Fisher heads a qroup of
prorrJnent lew? sucDort'na Nixon.
Lehrman Addresses National JNF Fete
! NEW YORK Rabbi Irvin:
i-jLchrm: of Temple Emanu-El.
Iliami 1-Vach. chairman of Greater
liaini- Jewish National Fund
foundation program, was one of
pe principal speakers this week at
inaugural dinner here sponsor
by the Foundation at a national
SM'.'iihh of the JNF.
More Than 1.200 delegates were
sembled to hear the announce-
ment o! a new master plan for rle-
lopment of Israel's wastelands.
in r speakers, in addition to Dr.
ehrman, included Gen. S. L. A.
larshall, (U.S.A. ret), military
historian; and Zionist leader Dr
Knianuel Neumann.
Gen. Marshall urged the U.S.
government to help restore the
Mideast balance of power upset by
Soviet renewal of Egyptian weap-
ons. Dr. Neumann said that the
new situation in Israel created by
the Six-Day War had imposed on
the JNF "new tasks and challenge
of vital importance." adding, '"not
only Zionists but all true friends of
Israel are called upon to give
these efforts their wholehearted
support "
Forty new family members of'
Temple Zamora will be consecrat
cd at the 8:15 p.m. services Friday
1 ho form of worship for this
service was written especially for
the occasion by Rabbi Maxwell
Berger, spiritual leader of the
congregation. Cantor Hirsh March
will chant the liturgy and Jerry
Greenberg. the most recent liar
Mitzvah at the temple, will chant
the Kiddush And the Lord Came
to See" will be Rabbi Bergci 's
sermon topic
Stanley Silver is president of
Temple Zamora.
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Mi- Daviil Si.i -nliauin. Mi- ,ln
Pauper's Supper Planned
By Or Olom Sisterhood
L children's talent content will
he conducted at the "Pauper'sSup-
per" planned by the Temple Or
Olom Sisterhood at 5:30 p.m. Sun-
day.
The committee in charge in
eludes: Mrs Gerald Baker. Mrs.
Gilbert Diamond. Mrs. Ralph Fis
(el. Mrs. Max Forman. Mrs. Stuart
Graff and fund raising vice presi-
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Off. BERNARD CHERRICK
Court Ruling Backs
Kosher Inspector
Frank Brickman. Kosher Meat
Inspector for the city of Miami
Beacb, has won another victory in
a three-year-old case that started
with the arrest in 1965 of Terry
Spunder. owner of the Granada
Hotel, after 20 pounds of veal cut-
lets that were not labeled kosher
were found in the kitchen of the
hotel that claimed observance of
dietary laws.
The Fourth District Court of Ap-
ptais upheld a 1967 Dade Circuit
Court dismissal of malicious prose-
cution charges filed against Mr.
Brickman by Mr. Sponder. The
latter filed suit against Mr. Brick-
man after he was acquitted in Mu-
nicipal Court of charges that he
violated the Miami Beach Kosher
ordinance. Mr. Sponder sought
compensatory and punitive dam-
ages of $5,000.
City Attorney Joe Wanick suc-
cessfully defended Mr. Brickman.
who has been policing the 300
Miami Beach establishments that
observe dietary laws for the past
15 years. Circuit Judge Harold R.
Vann dismissed Mr. Sponder's suit,
ruling that Mr. Brickman did have
probable cause to believe him guil-
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lerUMtem, will be guest speaker
and installing officer at Tuesday's
luncheon of the Greater Miami
Women's Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink is
chairman of the luncheon to take
place at noon in the Starlight
Room of the Doral Beach Hotel
The luncheon program will in-
clude a musical presentation by a
member of the Junior Opera Guild,
coloratura soprano Megan Bever
ly. who will be accompanied by her
Opens On Friday
"The Split." a story about the
S500.000 "robbery of football re-
; ceipts from the Los Angeles Coli-
seum opens at Wometco's Surf
Theatre on Miami Beach Friday,
'starring pro football player Jim
, Brown. Diahann Carroll, and Julie
Harris.
' Held over for what may well be
long runs at the Mayfair. Sunset,
and Normandie Theatres is Claude
Bern's "The Two of Us." starring
Michel Simon and Alain Cohen. It
tells a tender story of the friend-
ship that develops between an anti
Semitic old French peasant and a
small Jewish boy during the Nazi
occupation of France.
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mastei ind a.>
the Opera G
Inc .ming
zation include Mrs Carrie R
pre idem; Mr- I ouis <. asser, V'-
Jennie Grossinger. Mi- >
Simonhofl an,I Mrs Philip F
honoran presidents. In the Presi-
dent's Cabinet are the Mes
Charles Charcowsky. Lillian
man. Trudv Hamerschlag, Leon
Kromsh. Anna Brenner Meyer-
Jack S. Popiek. Oida C Rubin and
Mrs. Max Weitz.
Vice presidents are Me-
Ernest Abramson. Ruth J.^hn-,ei
Berber. Jacob Dau> Dorot
Krieger Fink. Myer Harris Ros
Hochstim. Jacob Katzman. Ida R
Lear. Harry Platoff. Dav..i Ponv.
Miriam Press and Arthur Wim
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l.N. Day IVoted
At AJC Meet
In honor oi United Nations Day.
Louis R. Beller, executive board
member. United Nations Associa-
tion of Miami, v a to speak on
"How Effective is the UM.IY at
the regular monthly luncheon
meeting of the I ouisi u; ,. ( hap-
ter, American Jewish Congress at
(he Algiers Hoti I on Thursd
chapter president Mrs. Joseph
White was chairman for the day,
assisted by Mrs Hi len Jaffee, vice
president and program chairman,
with Mrs. Lilian Townsend and
Airs. Mary Ka!z hostesses.
*
Mrs. Rae Berkowitz. Forte Tow-
er- Women's Club steering com-
mittee member was to review the
. book "Five Smooth Stones," by
Ann Fairbairn. at an open meeting
of the Herzl Chapter, American
| Jewish Congress on Thursday in
: the 1100 Forte Towers Card Room,
Miami Beach.
*
Mrs. Maurice Serotta. member
1 of the Board of the League of
Women Voters of Dade County
and chairman of the Constitutional
Revision Committee, was to be the
guest speaker at the meeting of
ihe North Dade Point East Chap-
ter. American Jewish Congress at
tion The occasion will be the an- Mrs. Pred Ooer. Mrs. David Serns. prn. Thursday in the Arts and
tlie l/Uoman s iAJorld
Jewish Floridliian

r 25 lf6
- 5 3
MM. SOL GOLDSTUN
MM. BURTON *. UVtY
Federation Women Will
Fete Officers Wednesday
A special tribute will be paid man and Mrs Jean C. Lehman,
the presidents of Jewish women's
organizations of Dade County by Other officers of the Young Worn
the Federation of Jewish Wome. i en's Division to be installed bl-
ind its Young Women's Division of i elude Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs.
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa- Arthur Gilbert. Mrs. Richard Litt
Ih'th Titrait's
Fashion Show
Is Wednesday
The annual Fashion Show and
luncheon of the Mollie Kahaner
' Sisterhood of Beth Torah Cnng-e-
-ation will be held in the Social
Hall at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
! "Through the Looking Glass" is
: the title of the fashion show to b
' presented. Cocktails will be served
followed by luncheon.
Cochairman of the event are
Mrs. Frank Kauff and Mrs. Nat
Siesser. Mrs. Ernie Herman is tick-
et chairman, and Mrs. Matthew
Ettinger. Sisterhood president.
Suburban League Raises
SI6,510 For Hospital
The Suburban .' eague Worn a
women's service club of 136 m
bers, has raised S16.510 to
care for cancer patients at Varl y
Children's Hospital.
The check was turned ove >
the hospital's executive direc ;r.
Gerard w. Frawley, at a lunch n
Monday at Kins Bay Yacht and
Country Club.
The donation represents a year's
fund raising activity and nearly
doubles the amount raised b,
club in 1966. according to Mrs
Alvin Rosen, president.
r.ual installation luncheon of the
{ponsoring organizations Wednes-
day noon at the Fontainebleau Ho-
le). More than 600 gue5ts are ex-
pected, and each woman president
will be individually honored.
Keynote speaker will be Charles
Zibbell. associate director of the
ouncil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. Mrs Jack Ka.z-
rean will be chairman of the day
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
be installing officer. Mrs. Sol (iold-
>:ein will be installed as president
Mrs. Gerald Wernick. Mrs. Harold Crafts Room of the Point East Club
Howard Ayares and ||ouse. 20910 Point East Dr.. using
Mrs. Robert Shapiro.
Members of the Luncheon Conunlttei
who are hosting the annual Installa-
tion trlhute art-: Mrs Bernard Abel,
Mrs Houarrl Avar. s. Mrs. Loulf
Baron. Mrs Irving Cypen, Mrs Har-
old Oaffln, Mrs Bol Goldstein, Mr-
Jack Katsman, Mrs. Burton Levey,
Mrs. BSdwIn Oppenhelm, Mrs Norton
Pallot, Mrs Howard Bcharlln \fn
David Serns. Mrs ,i Allen Slezcl. Mr-
l Smith.
Mrs. aviv:n Oppenhelm win prcseni
the Presidents; Mrs Bernard Abel and
Mrs Harry Kriedlan.l will be hostesses
< i the Federation of Jewish Worn- !n*' Presidents: Mrs Norton Pallot
and Mrs Howard S. -harlin will be
The Constitution and Consolida-
"ion and Profile of Candidates" as
her topic. Mrs. Nat Bronheim is
chapter president.
i
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley of Temple
Sinai of Nor'h Dade was to com-
ment on a new film, "Full Equal-
ity ih a Free Society." which was
to be shown at the meeting of the
' Mar-Let) Chapter. American Jew-
ish Congress at 8 p.m. Thursday in
the Mar-Len Auditorium.
in and Mrs Burton Levey as the
ncoming president of the Young
Women'! Division.
Other Federation of Jewish
Vomen officers to be installed are
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz. Mrs.
Milton Green, Mrs. Jack Katzman.
Mrs. Florence Kupperman, Mrs
Edwin Oppenheim, Mrs. Larry ;
riedland. Mrs. Larry Silverman,
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink. Mrs.
rving Wexler, Mrs Irving Lehr
handling- the statin* arrangements,
and Mrs Howard Avar's and Mrs
I., mis Sill., rniii are the Rostesi
I'haitni.-ti
The H..st, ssi.s f.,r thi luncheon are
Mrs. Stephen BJaas, Mrs Kiohard
Brlckman, Mrs Harold Brooks, Mrs
Edward Btaenbenr. Mrs Robert Penst-
er. Mrs Harold Baffin, Mrs Stanley
Ollbert, Mrs Ktlwln (iinshurs;. Mrs
Samuel Cray. Mrs Kmest Halprvn.
Mrs Marshall Harris, Mrs Robert F
Hart. Mrs. Richard Helfman.
Also, Mrs Jeffrey Kaufman. Mrs
.Murray Koretsky, Mrs. Morns Levitt
Mrs Michael Llpslcy, Mrs Ronald
Upton, Mrs. Sam laihv. Jr. Mrs
Lawrence Markman, Mrs Fred Ober,
Mrs Alan Rapperport, Mrs Thomas
Kcaeh. Mrs. Charles Itose iberg, Mrs.
Ini RochfleM, Mrs LiDyd Ruskin.
j Mrs Howard Sihnrlin. Mrs David
Serns. Mrs John Shapiro. Mrs. J. Allen
Slegel, Mrs Myron J Singer.
fUao, Mrs Harry H Smith, Mrs.
i Michael Smith, .Mrs <;iit>rrt Tendler,
Mrs. Robert Traurig. Mrs Fred Wise
and Mrs. Peter Wolf.
Mrs Samuel Fallck and Mrs Jean
f\ Lehman are the Dais Hostesses,
ami Mrs. Harold Oaffln la Door Prise
i "hairman.
Entertainment will he provided by
Lee Barry, featured vocalist at the
("iitainehleau
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Och-a is the first name of Let Harris' wife, but she is
called Ackey Born in the Quaker Ci'.y, Philadel)
tpenl the first ten years of her life in Atlantic Cit)
returning to the city of her birth.
As .1 child, she is sure she
the deal i si little .... tb< i
was i g i rm ss once sj
t she it t see if
ratal. Her mother was
horr set her that waj
- ick to 1 einj the
She owes h
tion to hi
Dor: r lovi t
comes t: n lur mi thi r, S!
Sarah). When the Dorfma:-> ere
an; se driven on", of
the Turks. Mrs. Dorfman. though shi was
at the time, took care of all the orphan!
- "led in All Egypt.
Ackey s father, whose uncle was Ahad Ha-Am,
th first Hebrew textbook in this country and devisi
raj teach Hebrew Si eager ere his students
gin the:: lessons, they were waiting for him outside the
Acki j continued her schooling after her father
died at much too young an o.t
With that kind of background, it is easy to see why she
strong Zionist belief Judaism to Ackey is history and
culture, a spiritual feeling relating to the whoie Jewish
family She firmly believe> in a Jewish nation, and even in
school, realizing that Judaism was more than matzoh
balls and a candklighting service, she became aware of the
lack : religious knowledge of her classmates and through
her incentive and inspiration a study group was formed
Ackey had dreams of being a ballerina, but the death
of her father made it imperative for her to go to work. She
attended a fa-hion school in Philadelphia, and then she and
her mother opened a dress shop Her mother undertook to
raise the children of a friend, two girls, who bad beei
phani
During the war Ackey met her husband, who was -
tioned in Philadelphia. .After a short-and-sweet court
they were married. When he retired from the service, they
went to Mexico City. They had admired the silver il
they had seen in Texas which originate! then and deter-
mined to explore that field Lee became the Silver King
Mexu-o City, with identification bracelets his
He imported cut stones from Czechoslovakia ar.d showed
his workmen how to use them, improving the qualit;
their work in cutting and fashioning jewelry.
Fourteen years ago the Harris family, came to Miami
It ail seems so long ago. Ackey say- Besides her creative
hu-banda designer of hand screened prints who al<.>
- for his own amusementthere are three children in
the Harris family Jonathan. IS. is a National Merit Finalist
who is studying at the University of Miami or, a scholar-
ship: 1 eslie, 16. tatkes after her father in being extremely
Barbara. 12. the itive-born Floridian. is
- to find herself. Ackey, wb -. a child-
tat they m
in order to cope with the outside
the pat
in be done, education -
feels.
In PTA !' nee de Leon Junior School and at
Elementary _.. of !ne com.
ictive in Technion.
n nt. Ackey's mam hobb) is
ing hooks on philosophy and psj
misses ballet dam ing she has n I
N that the children havi
arm Ackej and I spread out more in i
munity life. Presently they live a sell
family life ;n the forefront. The whole fam
_ jp.d they have a keen into:. st in rt \
like to walk and talk and read And the familj that walks.
- >ch otherto invent a
he.
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The overweight problem of the
more mature woman was recent-
ly questioned by Mrs .Morris
Silver. Aware that tissues tend
to stretch and that mu.-cle tone
is usually not too firm, she asked
about determining a desirable
weight and measurements.
Man) mature women are com
fortable with the extra pounds
added by a heavier layer of fat.
Since this is not ood for the
heart, however the question ol
Individual weight is best deter-
mined by your doctor. The "rule
ol thumb" i- that your weight
should be in proportion to your
height, according to the accepted
standards of toda)
Thi tape-measure question be
comes an acalemic one: "What
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measurements are you trying to
obtain for your figure?" Measure
mentS are controlled by the e.\
ercise yon do, or don't do, and
by the fit of your foundation gar-
ments. If you wish to adjust your
measurements to lit ready-to-wear
clothing, your hips and bust
should measure no more than an
inch difference in size and your
waist should he 10 to 12 inches
smaller.
The determining factors in de-
ciding how much you should
weigh and what your measure-
ments should be are: your height,
bone structure and over-all ap
pearance A doctor is best quali-
fied to advise those who need
more than a lew pounds or inches
of adjustment.
Mrs Bennett Peldman's ques-
tion is: "Mow do you go about
achieving your desired weight if
there are no more than ten pounds
to be gained or lost?" The answer
is. of course. "You count cal-
ories."
The normal, healthy person's
weight is determined by calorie
intake and energy output As you
know, the calorie unit of measure
determines the amount of energy
produced bj whai we eat and
drink, and an understanding of
this unit of measure is important
in weight control There are many
charts available listing various
foods and the approximate num-
' of calories for specified serv-
ings
General!} speaking, the mod-
erately active woman requires
about 2,(HM) calories per day to
m lintain her desired weight. Most
authorities agree that it requires
about 4.000 calories to add or
subtract a pound of body fat ... I
so (rum a practical approach.
don't expect miracles when you
star) counting calories If your
weight has remained fairly stable
and you are eating three nutri-
tionally balanced meals a day, .
you may maintain your normal
eating pattern and simply adjust
it 500 calories a day. To gain
weight add the 500 calories daily:
subtract the same amount if you
wish to lose.
Use your calorie counter for
this adjustment; you will find ,
that the method of preparation is
responsible for a number of cal-
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high and lovv ca.orie foods for
each other is also recommended
as low-calorie string beans for
baked beans, or a slice of water-
melon for a piece of iced choco-
late cake.
Mrs. Fcldman was cannoned
against tad diets, crash diets and
diets that are not nutritionally
balanced The weight change is
rarelj lasting and your system is
unduly si rained Another note of
caution never go below skw
calories a day unless you are
under the care of a physician.
Mrs Tom Shub brought up the
question ol exercise, mentioning
the fact that most exercise plans
require a considerable amount of
time and space in which to work
out.
Th Royal Canadian Air Force
h... doiu extensive research into
this pioblem ..-"l has devised an
effective series ol exercises that
eliminate the need oi h large
space and lots f time. The wom-
en's exercise, are called the XBX
Plan and are recommended to
those ol you looking for an exer-
cise plan to follow. Inexpensive
paperback copies are readily
available.
Among other sources for effec-
tive exercises are newspapers,
magazines and books. Mrs. Shub
was reminded that INCHES are
controlled by exercise, but exer-
cise should be stopped when you
tire
Emanu-EI Meeting Slated Far Sunday
Temple Emanu-EI will hold its
semiannual Social Meeting and
Dance at 8 pm. Sunday, in the
Ballroom of the Temple
Joseph Cohen, president of Tern
pie Emanu-EI, has announced that
a brie! business meeting will be
ollowed by an evening of gaiety
.Hid entertainment, including danc
ing and a late supper
A special feature of the evening
will be a presentation entitled
'Southern Fried." directed by
Trixie Levin. Participating will be
Barbara Bessey. Terri Blum, .Tern
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Jl hin this Jewish doctor (lied ;ilf
Egypt mourned for three days. The
year was 1204. The doctor his Mosa
Maimonides.
"/ have alien /.-//." lie wrote, ",/- I
liiul Inherited all the pass! in ol .'i,r n-
cesiori when they defended then Tem-
ple, us ./ / could jii) lull) cast away my
l(Je in a great cattie." Illhaugh lie was
negative, to ui) the least, tonards rv-
llglon, Ms attitude /.. ./> hh people
was positive. "I gladly and prom,
knowledge m) Jewishness" lie main-
tained. What m "' .A and itdnism irresistible1"
" Man) "/'*i ni* ,' umlemotions.ult
the "i 'i, p.... ;,/ the less they teere I <
be defined -,n words ll<- was the Je-
scendam 11/ famous rnhhh and li 1
r/'i diook ., /,,,
Sigmwid Freud.
&
. very lime vou switch on the rad 1 ir
the record-piuycr vou are more m ii"
indebted to him. This (crman-horn im-
mi|{ranl :irri>iil penniless in \cw Vork
:it iige 19. Mi Km kid ;is a dishwasher
for six dollars a week while he vl-.Klied
al night scIumiI. When he died I'resnl.nt
I lerben Hoover called him "one f
Xmeriea's most useful dttzens." Ili^
remark:ilile intentions include the micro-
phone. Ilis name a\ I- .nil Berliner.
Hi\ Hebrew name was Chaim and hi*
mother called him Harr) S/'i M her
jewels in pay for 'u\ educuit '.'-
mother played the chit I part < /tu-
tor) ol my educatiiHt," he s''i"- 1//.1 1
called. "She mapped inn the pi n /
on studies, mill even before 1
tlie had begun Iter plans." Regi
tormented poet, whom the wo .1 ;.
gatded as cynical and embitteri wrote
affectionate amusing letters to u ",/.-..r
goad little mother." "Vow I situ
aNe to write to m) beloved mi
more." "ere virtual!) Ins last 1
Hurry was lleiiniti'i Heine.
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C'V.eine's, enthusiasm for I leUenism
mkmi k>c wa> to .1 soiin iinK very poig-
n.mi appreciation of the I leln.ii> heri-
tage he had nominally rtnOMKOd. "I
Msi-no," he admitted, "that the Greek*
were onl\ handsome youths, hut the
Jem Here alnays men, miuhty m.-n,
nho liiiiulu and suffered un all the l>;it-
1 liiii Id-, of human thought." He never
tailed, though, to appreciate tradition
al delicacies. Was Mrs. Harry Heine'i
home cooking responsible? Did she
cook up a choice kugel lone of his
very favorite dis*tes) whenever her
famous son stopped by? w ho knows?
Bui for your sons, even if they're not
famous yet. make a memorable
NUTTY NOODLE KUGFL
4 eggs, separated 2 tbsps. Planters Oil
'.i cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt
'4 teaspoon ground allspice
', pound line noodles *ooked and dr.11 ed
I cup (about 18 medium) chopped coo-ed prune*
Yi cup dar< seedless raisin
Vi cup chopped Planters Pecans
In large bowl beat eE >olks. Vdri PlanlCfl
Oil. Mgar, salt. :ills|n> < Mix weH. Sih m
noodlex. prunes. raiMni. > hupp, il PLmtam
Pacaaa. Heal agg whites umil siiil'but nut
ilr> I old into iiimmIIi- mixture. I'our into
oiled 2-quart casserole dish. Bake at
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SUGAR N SPICE RICE KUGEL
3 cups cooked nee
\i cup chopped Planters Pecans
'/? cup seedless raisins 4 eggs, separated
6 tablespoons sugai -. cup ll
3 Ibsps. Planters Oil '* Isp gruuixl cinna 1
( iinihiiH' rice. I'l.muis Pecam .mil I I
iiis. Sal aside. hV.11 ."41: yoilts with .'
taMcapoona snuar umil thick and lemrni
cnUwi-d. Klcnd into rice mixture I
Hater. Planters oil and cinnamon bk 1
Hell. Baal eig white* until foam) urad-
n.illt heal in rest ni sut.ir. Heal tun I
and l:Ihss\. Fold in nee mixture. Pour
into oiled IW-quarl taamolt it.ik> .it
I. lor 45> minutes, or until oVna.
Servoi to s.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
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"it's IN to EAT OUT." That's the theme for October, which is National
Restaurant Month.
Restaurant Month will be the biggest monthly promotion ever conducted
by the fcod service industry. Restaurantsincluding drive-ins. cafeterias,
coffee shops and fine dinner housesare planning special treats during
the month.
"Eating out" in the public mind has become associated with relaxation
and pleasure, according to the surveys made by the National Restaurant
Association. The "eating out" occasion means side-tracking dull routine-
cooking and washing dishesand having fun for all instead.
The widespread growth of various types of eating establishments an-
the great variety of fine foods offered has contributed to the growing popu-
larity of "eating out for fun."
For many people, eating out has become a family tradition, and
restaurants want more families to experience the same pleasures.
National Restaurant Month is sponsored by the National Restaurant
Association, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 1969.
At present there are about 371,300 away-from-home eating establish-
ments. This amounts to one eating place for every 539 persons in the country.
About 38 billion meals are served by these establishments each year, and
approximately 3.3 million persons are employed in the industry..
pkks*::\ti<:i tiikoi *h the
AnnArt's COFFEE SHOP
13737 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Phone 681-9789
ARBY'S
1973 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 945-2811
ARBY'S ROAST BEEF RESTAURANT
6290 South Dixie Highway, Miami
Phone 661-3238
ASTl'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 534-2470
BADIA'S SANDWICH SHOP
1548 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 371-9445
BEA MORLEY'S MOUSE TRAP
746C Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 754-0433
BERNEY'S RESTAURANT
AND SANDWICH SHOP
2691 N.W. 5th Avenue, Miami
Phone 634-3234
Best "Open Pit" Barbecue
Ever at Miami's Original
BAR-B-Q-BARN
9800 N.W. 27th Avenue-691-1381
BISCAYNE CAFETERIA
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 758-5212
BUCK ANGUS RESTAURANTS OF FLORIDA
13301 N.E. 14th Ave, Miami -891-1120
BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT NO. 411
1651 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach 949-2771
BROADWAY SANDWICH SHOP NO. 4
325 East 49th St., Hialeah 822-4361
BURGER BOY INC.
6475 Red Road, Hialeah Phone 821-4342
CAFE OF THE AMBASSADORS
801 South Bavshore Drive, Miami
Phone 377-1966
THE CASINO
Presenting Joseph Troppet
2222 N. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Miami Telephone 949-1707
THE CHARLES RESTAURANT
7121 N.W. 35th Avenue, Miami
CHICKEN TOWN U.S.A.
5540 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 757-1411
CHINA INN RESTAURANT
CATERING CHINESE FOOD
14255 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Phone: 681-0012
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 446-7031
C0PERNIC0S RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd St.. North Miami Beacr-
Phone 621-0944
THE COUNTRY STORE RESTAURANT
288C Florida Ave., Coconut Grove
Phone 444-3045
COURT OF THE SHADOWS
1300 N.E. 124 St Miami 891-1600
EL BOLERO BIG AL'S SPEAKEASY
3181 Coral Way, Miami 443-4203
FORMOSA RESTAURANT
5716 Sou'h Dixie Highway, Miami
Phone 665-3881
AL FORTINI'S
FAIRWAY RESTAURANT-LOUNGE
2475 N.E. 163rd St., North Miami Beach
Phone 949-3662
FLYNN'S DIXIE RIBS
SPECIALIZING IN RIBS, CHICKEN STEAK
* KEY LIME PIE
15295 S. Dixie Highway
FUN FAIR RESTAURANT
1625 79th Street Causeway, North Bay Village
Phone 865-5493
GINA'S ITALIAN CUISINE
1405 W. 49th Street, Hialeah
Gl Gl RESTAURANT
3411 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN RESTAURANT
2235 W.FIgler St., Miami-642-5060
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GOLDEN NUGGET PANCAKE HOUSE
5530 W. Ftagler 2700 W Flavor
13001 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Owners: Philip Lh/edis t John Haralambides
GIOVANNI'S ITALIAN AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
1005 N.W. 79th St., Miami 693-4232
HITCHING POST BAR-B-Q RANCH
445 E Okeechobee Road, Hialeah
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Ave Miami Beach
Phone 531-0357
HOLIDAY CAFETERIA
8288 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 751063'
HOUSE OF BAMBOO
58th Ave. & Bird Rd. Miami
Phone 667-3478
HOUSE OF CHEN T0NG
1232 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 945-1722
HURRICANE INN
1200 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami
JUANITO'S CENTR0 VASC0
RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Spanish Basque American Food
2235 S.W. 8th Street Phone 445-5566
KING COLE RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
900 Bay Drive, Miami Beech
UTTA'S SANDWICH SHOP
* RESTAURANT
700 N.W 79th St., Miami
11901 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
510 SE. 24th St., State Rd. 84
Ft. Lauderdale
LE PARISIEN RESTAURANT FRANCAIS
474 Arthur Godfrey Road (Formerly 41s' St.
Host-Claude Nicollet
LUMS MANAGEMENT CORP.
5050 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 759-8701
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the man who takes his family
OUT TO EAT

it's IN
eat out

NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTH Greater Miami
Restaurants join in calling attention to the GREAT-
est GUY in the world ... the MAN WHO TAKES
HIS FAMILY OUT TO EAT!
The Florida Restaurant Association, prominent in
the industry, won a National Award for "Out-
standing Coordinated Promotion during 1966 to
Florida's Fine Foods."
Greater Miami boasts the finest in dining places
ENJOY EATING OUT TODAY .
AND THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!

IIHSTAl RA.VTS who rordiallv invite voi to din** with them
IMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
21S Sunny Isles Wvd-, Miami ImcIi
4 Phone 947-2112
LITTLE VIENNA RESTAURANT
8301 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Phone 757-7122
MALL CAFETERIA
330 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 532-3468
MANSENE'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
291 N.W. 37 Ave., Miami HI 6-9430
MARCELLA'S RESTAURANT &
PIZZA LOUNGE
13886 W. Dixie Hwy., Miami 751-5445
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
1901 N.E. 168th St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
Free Qelivery
1242 N.E. 163rd Street, No. Miami Beach
Phone 947-4911
MIDDLE EAST RESTAURANT
2280 S.W. 32nd Avenue, Miami 446-9317
MIA PIZZA
9722 Bird Road, Miami 221-2259
MY PLACE LA STRADA
Specializing in Italian Food
at its Finest Open till 10 p.m.
630-A Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT
and COCKTAJL LOUNGE
3059 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 443-4505
OLD FORGE RESTAURANT
& PACKAGE STORE
432 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4536
THE ORIGINAL PIZZA PALACE
3099 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 446-1941
PAOLETTI'S RESTAURANT
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 444-2755
PARENTI'S PIZZA
1365 Coral Way, Miami"
6743 Miller Road, Miami
PAPPVS PIZZA PARLOUR t PUB
Opposite University of Miami
1118 So. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Phone 665-5464
PETE'S DRIVE IN RESTAURANT
655 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami 373-9356
PIZZA PATIO
9495 Bird Road, Miami 221 0741
PLACE PIGALLE
215 22nd Street, Miami Beach 538-0055
PLANTATION PIT BARB CUE
1550 N.E 164th Street, Miami
PRILA'S RESTAURANT
3651 S.W. 8th St., Miami 445-2648
THE PUB
"Open Hearth Cookery"
Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge
3500 Coral Way, Miami
16701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
RAIMONDO'S ITALIAN-AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
201 N.W. 79th Street, Miami 757-9071
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Phone 379-4008
RED LION RESTAURANT
8945 S.W. 132nd St., Miami 235-1621
ROBIN HOOD INN
3601 Biscayne Blvd., 371-2621
"Eat Drink and Be Merrie"
ROYAL PALM HOTEL DINING ROOM
1545 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2343
SANTA CLARA RESTAURANT
127 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 374-9509
SCHRAFFT'S
BAL HARBOUR RESTAURANT
9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour
SETTLE DOWNS
1764 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
SEVEN HUNDRED CLUB
(David Williams Hotel)
700 Bi It mo re Way, Coral Gables 445-7821
ST. CLAIRS of NORTH MIAMI, INC.
12760 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 757-3456 j
STUDIO RESTAURANT
2340 S.W 32nd Avenue
Phone 444-9212 m -
SUPER SUB SHOP
4580 S.W. 8th St., Miami 443-1713
SWEDEN HOUSE
14875 S. Dixie Hwy, Miami 238-8852
SYLVANIA CAFE1ERIA
5910 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 661-7642
TOLEDO NIGHT CLUB RESTAURANT
Super Spanish Cuisine
204 Bisc-ivne Blvd., Miami
Phone 374-1752
TOP O'THE COLUMBUS RESTAURANT
50 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 373-4411
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street, Miami FR 4-4733
VICTOR ITALIAN &
AMERICAN FOOD
1445 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
WAN'S MANDARIN HOUSE RESTAURANT
1 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone 371-4362
WOLFIES RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road
2038 Collins Ave., Miami Beach '/
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Congratulations to our
LOCAL RESTAURANTS an
NATIONAL
RESTAURANT MONTH
ARTISAN WOODCRAFTERS INC.
469C East 11 th Ave., Hialeah 681 -7113
BRAMIETT CO.
DESIGNERS & CONTRACTORS OF
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
6440 N.E. 4th Court 751-6541
CODY CO.
26 N.E. 8th St., Miami 374-7381
COLLINS BRAMLETT RHODES INC.
1241 North Miami Ave., Miami- 373-7313
CONTINENTAL COFFEE CO. of FLORIDA
15 N.E. 11 St., Miami 358-3444
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone 379-6127
FLEETWOOD KITCHEN INTERIORS
744 S.W. 8 St., Miami 379-3101
GENERAL HOTEL & RESTAURANT
SUPPLY CORP.
261 N.W 71 St., Miami 759-4515
HOBART MFG. CU.
9100 N.W. 7th Avenue 759-5702
KAGAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY
941 N Miami Avenue, Miami
MRS. KINSER'S HOME STYLE FOODS
1898 W. 8th Avenue, Hialeah 887-9459
KURMAN COMPANY
1345 N Miami Ave., Miami 379-2661
METRO EQUIPMENT
2145 N Miami Ave., Miami 371-6860
SHELLEY MFG. CO.
4225 N.W. 72nd Ave., Miami 887-4323
S&S STOVE REPAIR, INC.
REBUILT RESTAURANT RANGES
Buy and Sell
127 N.W. 5th Street 373-0562
WEEKS BOTTLE GAS
AND APPLIANCE CO.
2828 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
U.S. BERKEL FOOD MACHINES INC.
847 N. Miami Ave., Miami 379-6432
Charles Z. Spingarn, President
NATIONAL
RESTAURANT MONTH
Continental 1B0 Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MTZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
CALL FOR FREE TAKE-OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only "Shooter Shabbos" Rtsiaurant
1393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phones 226-1744, 221 9096, 226-4031
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
<.<>..IM>\ and PONY
KOSHER CATERERS
from nor* d'oeuvni to a complete buffet
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2653
Under the ftrict supervision of the uniteo Kaihmi Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham j Safra
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MIT1V&HS RKFPT/ONJ
!'* OF SUPtHt DINIHO
OH MIAMI metCM I
JAWWS
HOltflt
Prim* Sirloin S'PAK .
Served Japanese Styla
Excitinq!
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 DEER RUN 885-1911
EL CORTIW
For the Finest
in Spanish
Dining
LUNCHEON AND DINNER
11:30 A.M. MIDNIGHT
Cuisine Supervised B\i
Iniernut'umaU'i Famous
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL El.XTi ffftO 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
"JANKEIE" ARNOLD'S
LITTLE VIENNA
THE ONIY AUTHfNTIC VIENNESE RESTAURANT IN MIAMI
JEWISH POLISH HUNGARIAN AND VIENNESE CUISINE
I FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSt "JANKELI" ARNOLD
i 8301 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 757-7122
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IN TOUR OWN KITCHEN
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MKI HUS*M*1J WsTER cxestmts
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EASTERN IMPORTS JE,1.11
759 Coril Way 444-030U
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 Yoor Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
2M STREET off COLLINS
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owner
ITALIAN CUISINE
EST. 1939
OPEN FOR LUNCH
1300 N.W 7th AVENUE
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KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR' INN
Dock: Elevator: Bus al Door;
Cooking Facilities in Every Room:
Monthly or Yearly
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DR.
Phone 865-9361
HOMESTEAD OFFICES AND STORES
RU-3, choice location near shopping
and schools, 210' frontage by 131'. 2,768 Sq. Ft., will divide. Zoned
Water and sewers available. Fan- any type of business. Reasonable.
tastic low S22.500 lor quick sale. Elevator, Porter. 1410 20th St.,
Value Realty, Broker Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 538-8747 531-5765 or 238-0210
GENIE is here!!!
The sensational, new, jel ;uu, lens-
type electrostotic copier is completely
automatic ... copy paper stored in
macKne. Copies anvtr-.ing the eye
ca'i ^ee in lecord'., Coo tc io to 11" x U".
ONLY
$495
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Business Equipment Co.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
ISM li. ISl.t It. rV MS-I72I
COMMERCIAL
LOT FOR SALE
FRANCHISE DRIVE-IN
BUSY intersection on Causeway.
N.E. corner lot, 79th St. and Miami
Ave., 125x123', street to street.
Immediate sale. 864-2921.
WE HAVE A POSITIVE SOLUTION TO
HIGH BUILDING COSTS
Our 31 years ol local experience has evolved o factual means ol
obtaining the ultimate in value in the construction of
Commercial Buildings, Hospitals, Temples, Etc.
m the range ol S300 000 to S2 000 000 with proper control of
costs 4 completion date
STOBS BROS. CONSTRUCTION CO.
7010 N.E. 4th Court. Miomi 33138
Ph 751.1692
Ask your banker or moMqaqe broker obout our firm J Robert Stobi
FERRO CEMENT BARGE, FOR SALE
60' x 24' x 4'
E-V Associates, Inc announces completion of the first Fibersteel ferro-
cement barge built in the United States. Suitable for deluxe houseboat,
floating motel, restaurant or general purpose barge Available for in-
spection
i-V ASSOCIATES, INC. 261 S.W 6th STREET 358-3680
AT
$
SINAI
THE BEST JEWISH FUNERAL
SERVICE COSTS
LESS
COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICES
1 Cloth covered wood casket funeral
2 Orthodox style wood casket funeral
I Standard Metal casket funeral
I Deluxe Orthodox oak casket funeral
"> Polished hardwood casket funeral
S195
$250
$475
$485
$495
These prices represent savings up to
50% on items sold by our competitors
Jk/We arrange shipment to al
A 4 Northern cities and Israel
JEWISH FUNERAL CHAPEL
16480 N.E. 19th Ave.
Phone: 944-1451
R. Clark. F D.
3 MIAMI BEACH
LOTS 50'xl40'
SIDE BY SIDE
SANDS REALTORS
Phone 373-7924
NORTH MIAMI
BEACH HOME
immaculate condition, immedi-
ate occupancy: Luxury pool iome
3 years new. Central air .ind heat.
3 Bedrooms 2 baths. Kitchen ap-
pliances, r./irpeting. drapes, some
furniture. Double fenced screened
pool and patio. Oversized lot.
beautifully landscaped. Well and
sprinklers. 1 Tax only. 101 NW 171
St 1 Block East of I block west of No. Miami Ave. Re-
duced to S31.500 Firm Must see.
Broker: 822-2443 or 147-1239.
Miami Springs Home
32 CARLISLE DR.
LOVELY 2 bedroom CBS, custom
built, oir-cond., carport. $14,500,
assume 59,100, S'j*.. S88 month
payr all.
Owner, 888-5060
DOLL HOUSE
In Southwest Miami
On quiet dead-end street, edge of
Grove and Gables. 1 bedroom, jal-
ousied Florida room, enclosed ga-
rage, interior completely remodeled
two years ago, nicely landscaped,
many bearing fruit trees, perfect
for retiress. P:'-- S8 ."" ~:quires
S6.500 cash, bolanc* 575 mirth.
271-5804.
SOUTHWEST MIAMI
POOL HOME
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, pool, patio,
Florida room, fully equipped kitch-
en, fenced yard, air cond., 100x100
corner lot, landscaped, circulur
driveway. 1901 SW 87th PI. By
owner.
642-2822 or 221-7681
In Coconut Grove .
Each of our penthouses
has a garden. Some have
two.
THE COLUMNS
and the new
COLUMNS NORTH
443-8672 444-8597
BEST BUY IN DADE
40 SQUARE acres, S 6' Ft. eleva-
tion, 1320' on paved S.W. 107 Ave.,
and 280 St. presently zoa*d agri-
culture. Master land use plan shows
it as industrial. Excellent road ac-
cess S2.000 per acre.
Phone 688-4661 Scottie
FOR SALE
HARDWARE STORE
GROSSING OVER S60.000 YEARLY
GOOD LOCATION. OWNER
Phone 688-8376

Want Your Own Business?
Service Station Opportun.ty Available South West Area
Ambilio is pei Jpairj training and ance I Call R. N. Diblasi l
Atlantic Richfield vi i3l o. 2 26 307 5 f.eninat
NEW YORK
Property For Sale
Brentwood, Long Island. 40x100
Business Zoned Property,
51,995.
Call Mornings or Evenings
235-7963
SOUTHWEST MIAMI
HOME
16601 SW 102 Ct. No qualifying 3
bedroom 2 bath pool home $21,000.
Assume 5 c0 mortgage of
$17,000. S146 monthly pays all
By Owner 238-2548
PURE OIL
MODERN 3 bay service station for
lease presently in operation at 595
N.W. 95th St. Good volume and
profit potential. Investment requir-
ed. Paid training available Call
Roland Fink, weekdays 445-3591.
SOUTH MIAMI
SUBURBAN
BEAUTIFUL VIEW
ON swimming, fishing, sailing lake
across from golf course. Like new,
3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage,
central air, large screened patio on
1 2 acre. Fully carpeted, custom
drapes, all appliances-self-cleaning
even and dishwasher, $34,900 by
owner. Call 238-0123 Immediate
occupancy.
THE
LAZARUS
CORPORATION
PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
HOMES FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER
HOMES AT
13800 S.W. 82nd Court
$40,000 to $50,000
Only 5 north facing acre sites
remain for exclusive homes in
heart of popular Palmetto District.
DON'T WAIT.'
YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W r-/th Avenue at 114th Street
Courteous Comp ete
24 Hour Service'
1ELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 75 1-1688
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGN'FICENT view on Bay Harbor
Island luxury apt., docking facili-
ties on Biscayne Bay. Pool, re-
verse cycle air cond., newly de-
corated, 1 bedroom apt. Priced at
$28,000. Call for appointment -
8669035.
ZONED MOBILE HOME
TRAILER PARK
Undeveloped 30 acres, all public
utilities available at site. Located
on U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, Florida.
PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
$150,000.00
Call 759-1636
CORAL GABLES
HOME
120' LOT, 3 bedroom 2 bath fire
place air cond, 2 car garage,
Family Room, dining room patio,
wall to wall carpeting. $26,500
Mortgage of $19,200 No qualify-
ing. 445-0539 665-3200.
MIAMI SPRINGS
VIRGINIA GARDENS
HOME
2 BEDROOM 1 bath, Florida room,
den, utility room, air cond. $16,000.
S133 pays all. Va. Gardens
Phone 885-1815 By Owner
YOU ARE
INVITED
To See a Holiday House 3 bed-
rooms 3 baths, formal dining room,
private 15x30' pool. Entertain 25
on a huge screened and covered
patio with American tile ftoor. Call
now, Jerry Higgins, Assoc.
KEYES CO.-43rd Year
5132 Bisc. Blvd. Realtors 758-3855


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- of Mr. and Mrs. lete. at : .: certificate from I
er. will observe his Bar dent John.-on and Claude Pep
Beth Torah Synagogue tor political help.
Saturday morning. Oct. 26. A Kiddush will follow the sery-
Mitchell, who has been attend- ice and a reception in Elliott's
i-^. thf Harold Wolk Religious honor will be held Saturdaj eve-
School, will become a member of ning at the Deauville Hotel,
the Confirmation class of 1969. Out of (own musts will include
I Elliot's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Farber William Small. Forest Hills. NY:
]n the main sanctuary of Temple his aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs.
Ner Tamid at 8:45 a.m. Saturday. J. Shaffer. Fairlawn, N.J.. and Irs
Get 26 Elliott Bruce, son of Mr. great-aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
;>nd Mrs. Aron Farber, 8934 Haw- H. Reisberg of New York City
tborne Ave.. ouriside. will become ____
tar Mitzvah R.chard and Robert Feldman
A Student" of Ner Tamid Relig- On Saturday. Oct. 26. at the 8:30 ,
ious School and Nautilus Junior a.m. services at Temple Or O on.
High School billot rece.veu me Richard and Robert, identical twin
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feld-
man. 12225 SW 39th St.. will be-
Icome Bar Mitzvah.
Richard and Robert are eighth
grade students at Kiviera Junior
' High School, where Richard plays
I French horn and Robert plays the
I trumpet in the school band. They
play baseball with the Khoury
I League at Tropical Park and bas-
'ketbail and touch football at the
I YMHA.
| Mr. and Mrs. Felaman will host
I the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
i following the services and also the
' Kiddush following Saturday morn-
I ing's services.
,' Mrs. Celia Feldman. the twins'
grandmother from Long Island.
1 NY', is expected to be present, as
' is their grandfather, David Furth
I of Miami Beach, and other guests
I from out of town.

George Minski
Sfever. Sussmon
Edwin Lieberman
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By FRED SANDLER
where hi- father serves as presi-
dent of the congregation. The Lieb-
erman family have been members
Oi Temple Zion tor nine years and
Edwin has attended the temple s
Religious School tor live years. He
is enrolled at West Miami Junior
High School, where he is in the
cignth grade.
Dr. and Mrs. Lieberman will
ho?t the Kiddu.-h following the
services and a reception at the
Famous Restaurant, Miami Beach,
in honor of the celebrant. Edwin's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Lieberman and Mrs. Selma
Luria are expected to attend.
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George Minski
George, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Minski. 7610 Dickens Ave..
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Oct. 26. at Temple Menorah.
A luncheon at the temple follow-
ing the services will be held in
honor of George, who is a student
at the Hebrew Academy.
Sherry Rakusin
Sherry, daughter i Mr. and
Mrs. James Rakusin, will observe
her Bas Mitzvah at Both Toiah
Synagogue Friday evening, Oct. 25
Sherry, who attends the John F.
Kennedy Junior High Sciooi. is a
student in the .-ixth year at the
Harold Wolk i.e.igious Schoc. Sh -
will join iht lontirmation cla?s of
1969
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Steven Sussman
Steven Howard, son of Mr and
Mrs. Maurie Sussman. 5804 Leo-
nardo. Coral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea at
11:30 a.m. Saturday. Oct. 26.
An eighth grade student at Ponce
Junior High Schooi. Steven plavs
trombone in the school band. Be-
sides being active in Boy Scout
Troop 64. he participates in the
Miami Yacht Club, and is adept at
sailing.
Steven's grandmothers, local res-
idents Mrs Martin Schick and Mrs.
Be you know how many major
college football teams in the
last 40 years have been able to
SO through a season unbeaten,
united and ONSCORED ON? .
Only three teams have done it in
oil this time They were Col-
gate in 1932, Dvke in 1938 and
Tennessee in 1939, and no team
*as been able to do it since then.
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s always referred to os the "pig-
skin sport", and the football it-
self is often called the "pigskin"
but, did you know that foot,
colls aren't made from piqskin
onymore? Most footballs to-
day are made from cowhide.
1 Philip Kirsch
I Philip Oren. son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Herbert Kirsch. will become Bar
I Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct 26. at
Temple Emanu-El.
*' Philip, who is in the seventh
I grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
I High School, is a sports enthusiast.
The celebrant will be honored at I
';a reception after the services in
" the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
I Philip's grandmother. Mrs. Lena
Kirsch. will attend the event.
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I Joseph Gotlieb
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Gotlieb of North Miami
' Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz
I vah at Young Israel of Greater
I Miami on Saturday. Oct. 26.
Joseph, who has attended the
Young Israel Religious School for
I lour \ears. is a student at John K
I Kennedy Junior High School, and
i- president <>! the Student Council
When he-was attending Sabal Palm
' Elementary School he received an
I award for a speech on Ameri-
i cani.-m
A Ki.ldush will be held at the
synagogue following the services,
' and a reception in Joseph's honor
I will he held at the Biscayne Ter
I race Hotel in the evening. Among
the out-of-town guests expected i r
' the event i- his grandmother. Mrs.
I Ophelia Rudderman.
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Abe Sussman. will help him cr-;< -
orate, as will out-of-town relatu..
iiom Ncj>- YorK Steve will con-
nuo hfT religious education
ile Judea :i.:ouh Confirm;
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. William Leibowitz
William, son of Mr. and Mrs.
' Joseph Leibowitz will observe his
I Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Syna-
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William has been a student of
the Harold Wolk Religious School
and will become a member ol the
I Confirmation class of 1969.
Edwin Lieberman
' Edwin, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ber-
I nard Lieberman. will be called to
I the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
, Saturday. Oct 26. at Temple Zion.
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[Friday, October 25 !968



Rabbi To Speak
At Israel League
installation
Rabbi Abba Abrams, nationally
known for his work on anti-Semi-
tism w th the American Jewish
Committee, will be the guest speak-
er at the installation luncheon of
the Women's League for Israel.
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter at
11:30 a.m. Friday in the Empire
Koom of the Eden Roc Hotel.
Dr. Abrams. formerly rabbi and
executive director of the Jacob H.
Schiff Center in the Bronx where
he developed a model Hebrew
School program, and his wife. El-
eanor now live in Miami Beach.
Edyth Geiaer. Florida regional
director of the American Friends
af the Hebrew University, will in-
stall the chapter officers, who are:
Rose Dellerson. president; Rose
Hochstim. executive vice president
and treasurer; Yaffa Dermer. vice
president. program chairman:
Tanya Wolshin. vice president,
ways and means; Sarah Kunin. vice
president, membership; Esther
Tyson, vice president, education.
A musical program will feature
Ruth Raffo. Miami Opera Guild
soprano, singing operatic selec-
tion* and Carol Schwartz, mezzo-
soprano, who will present a selec
tion of Israeli songs, accompanied
by Aida Yaslow. concert artist
+Jeist HorSdiar
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Miami Beach Mayor ley Dermer took time off from his busy
scneauie recently to participate in ceremonies chanqinq the
name of Lincoln Mail to Hadaisah Ma'l for Hadassah Mem-
bership Month. Mavor Dermer is shown with Mrs. Philip
Thcu (toft), president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, and Mrs. Sherman Fast, membership vice president.
Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah
Sroups Plan For Regular Meetings
llnljs-ah Groups of the Mia.ni
Beach Chapter have announced
lans for their regular meetings.
The Hnl Group meets Monday
ioon at the Algiers Hotel. The
program will feature a convention
eport by Mrs. Ben Zigmund and
nusical selections by pianist Helen
rreitman. Mrs Milton Weinberg is
hapter president.
Judge Milton Friedman will
speak at the luncheon meeting of
the Stephen S. Wise Group M.in-
lay. Nov. 4. at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Abraham Ma^id is the group
president.
The book. -The L:fe of Henrietta
Szold." will be reviewed at the
meeting of the Ksdimsh Group at
the SingaporeHotel Monday. Nov.
4. Mrs. George Meisel. president.
is in charge of the program.
* V
The Israeli Group will meet at
he Algiers Hotel Monday. Nov. 11,
or a noon bruncheon. Guest speak-
er will be member Mrs. Lillian
Kronisn of Temoie Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin. chairman
of the Founder's Day Luncheon,
vill report and Mrs Lottie Pickell.
pianist, will present a musical pro-
gram. Mrs. Etta Westin is chapter
president.
Y Will Sponsor
Israeli Concerts
"The Showcase <>l Young Israeli
Xrtists." a concert series featuring
performers from Israel making
their first appearance in the Miami
area, will be presented at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
Eighth St., this season.
First concert, scheduled for Sat-
urday. Nov. 16, will feature pianist
Joseph Kalichstein. Mrs. Ray Ber-
rin. Cultural Arts Committee chair-
man, reports. A highlight will be a
special Jewish Musical Festival to
be heard on March 15.
Other artists to appear are vio-
linist Matitiahu Braun, Saturday.
Dec. 21; concert singer Dan Wol
man, April 19 and the husband and
vife team of Tova and Er'Ella
Talnii. who play the flute and piano,
.vill be the closing attraction on
Saturday. May 10.
Sponsors and patrons for the se
-ies are being sought. Mrs. Berrin
aid.
Children's Cardiac
Membership Tea
Dr. William Cleveland, noted for
making the In-' successful thyi i
transplant in a baby. : i'
the member-hip tea planned by
the Miami Chapter. National Chil-
dren s Cardiac Hospital, at the
Holiday Inn. 1350 S. Dixie Hwy.,
Coral Gables, at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Dr. Cleveland is professor of
pediatrics at the University jf Mi-
ami School of Medicine
Deaths In Miami
Legislators Guests at
'Political-Go-Round'
State Sen. Robert Shevin an.J
Reps. Murray Dubbin. Marshall
Harris and Gerald Lewis were >
be the guest speakers at the Sigma
Delta Tau Alumnae Leagues an-
nual "Political-Go-Round" Thurs
laj at 8 p m. in the Panhellen.:
Building at the University )t
M ami
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BRE^D USED TO T/ISTE-?
Familv Night Is
Set At Biseavne
Kennel Club
The second annual Family Night
at Biscayne Kennel Club, a prelude
to the opening of its 196869 sea-
son. Nov. 4 March 5, is set for
Friday night.
The entire familyfrom nine to
ninety is invited to see the grey-
hounds race on the first pre-meet-
I ing schooling card Admission,
parkins and orograms will be free
and children will be treated to free
refreshments as thev watch the
more than 30 schooling events on
:tap. gettina underway at 6:30 p.m.
There will be no wagering on the
Qualifying heats.
Two additional schooling cards
before the meeting opens will be
run on Monday and Thursday. Post
time will be 8:00 pm. for the offi-
cial season cf 105 nights. The
March 5 closing date includes four
Charity Scholarship programs.
GELB
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Open fiery Day Closes' Sobbofh
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i'l Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
Anna r im>>.-i| awaj i i; 30
year resident of Miami Beach Be-
loved mother < Mrs Ell Mettser.
loving- grandmother of Mrs Leslie
Pellets <( Brockton, Mass and Har-
vej Meltzer cf Montclalr, Calif., de-
voted sist.-r of Mrs Joseph Curtis
of xv.. Mrs. Pantile Karlits. also of
Vi and I^m Friedman, M.B., cheri-
shed great grandmother She was
the widow of ihe late Lelbusn Qold-
berg, well known Jewish actor anil
lint, i keeper Together they owned
''The Goldberg's" In Loch Sheldrake,
-\".\ Hi.- Shelburne, Ferndale. NY..
Th. Xe l akew.....I Hotel and ihe
Dak Court Hotel! in Lakew.....I. \J.
the) also m* ied the Barcla} Plasa
ami Hi.. Vanderbllt Hotels mi M B.
Por Hi.- past 13 years, she was known
to over one thousand Miami area
children an.l their parents as "Mom
Goldberg" of ratlin imii.u.....i. Hen-
dersonvMle, N.C. Sh.- eras a nn-niher
"f T.-mple Heih Sholom. a life mem-
ber of the Jewish Home for lh.- Aged
anil ihe Itikur ("hoiom (Hebrew Con-
valescent Home). In lieu of flowers
ramlly suiriresis rem.-mhr:inees to
Optimist Club of Miami Beaoh. Ser-
vl.es were lasl Friduy al the River-
side, l8n Alton Road., with inter-
ment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ISAACSON, Morris. M, \(,t.M \\ Dixie
Highway. Riverside.
KAUFMANN. Rose, .".4. III.?-, C.llinK
Ave. Kiverslde.
KIRSNER. Blythe S.. 22. 7-.OT. SW
RSnd St Riverside
LENCHUS, M to. MS Merl-
dlan Ave Riverside,
UNDER. Jennie, 87. 172 Emerson
Ave Newman Interment Mt Nebo
LIPKINQ. Irving M. 71. 1"2S Vene-
tian Way Gordon
SMOCK. Patrl'la, 59. 4I'I Sharar Ave,
"i>a I ocka Riverside.
TORGAN. Milton. 71, 8815 Funston St
Hnllyw.....I Beyer
ASH. Sadie, 7:. 1551 West Ave Gordon
FREEDMAN. Jess, 88, Is.i,i Tin, gi
Causeway Blasberg
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI i'l I- I. la lit-.i:i-:i;l i i| \ BX It
undersigned, desiring to engage i
business under the fictitious name il
SKYI-AKE BARBER SHOP, ;. hhk
N E 19th Avenue, Xorth HI
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court >f
Dade County, Florida
JOSEPH FRJSICAXO [Ofl
FROMBERG, FROMBERG .v linTH,
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite M-IU2 Hlsia\..e ill.lit
Miami. I :.,
M .:. 11 l -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-12695 (Williams)
NOTICE OF SUIT
ROBERT STIXSOX, NOR Rig >
HAXKER80X an.l BERRY I- )
HAXKERSOX, her husband, )
Plaintiff, )
ROBERT CIX8ER ami JOAN
CIXSER, also known as )
JiiAX J. STAPLETON, his )
' wife. )
Defen.lant. )
TO: ROBERT CIN8ER and JOAV
CIXSER. also known a- Jo.\N
J. STAPI.ETOX. his wife.
Residence unknown.
Vill' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
; that an action for Damajcen ha* been
filed against you and you are requirei
lo serve a copy of your written de.
lenses, if anv. [0 ,, tl AINSI.EE R.
FBRDIE, Attorney for Plaintiff,
I Whose address is L'.M', B. W l.-.I.u-
Road, Coral Cables. Plorlda SUM, irii
1 file the original answer with the rlerk
of the above styled court on or b*--
, fore Lli November, lWS: ..iherwise a
Judgment may be entered againsl v .-;
for Ihr relief demanded in the COSH-
plalnt or oeiition
WITNESS my ha id and the seal if
said Court on tz October 19*8
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Friday. October 25. 1968
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is iii;j;kcv wrvEN thai
. undersigned, dbairlng ii. engage
bnineaa under ill.- fli tltloua name
i l\"l>.-\ WHOLESALE t 3731 N W.
ih Street, Miami Intend to nti-i.i
.1 num.- with the Clerk of th.- Cir-
. nit Court of Daile County, Florida
INDALECIO FERNANDEZ
DAVID i: MINI/.
I" II-IS.2S I I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-16?9-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
V M V N REISPIEL.
L'laiiillff.
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i Ml >l I V BEISPIEL
i Marlboro Courl
Mny\i.....I, Nea .i.i" '
Vou. Mi 'l l V BEISPIBI an here-
fled thai a BUI of Complaint
- Dlvnrc, ha* In en filed igalnsi you.
.1 '-.ii are I", nuired i" serve n eon)
rnui Vns ,i '- Pleading Ii the
I 'omnlnlnl on the Plnli I
i ii, v Ii HN l.'EIMH'V 711 -- h
naton Avenue, Miami Bench, Florida
.' til, the original A ,--\\ r or
Pleading in the office ,.r the Clerk ol
Circull Court on or before the
h day of November, ISfiS, If you
.i| i" \. ill he taken nanlnal you for Ihe n
in i d< mm ded In Ihe Bill of Com-
i-i.'iim.
Thin in.in, shall he published once
i h week for four cnnseciitlve u Jen
In THR JEWISH FIOR1D1AN
i" ixr Axn ordered m Miami.
Florida, ihis 23nd day of October A l
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K Ii LEATHERMAN, Cli rk
I'lri-un Court, Dade Pnuntv, Florida
By: K M l.YM.VN
Denutr Clerk
.'In uii Court Real)
p-sif RRPHCX
I :7" Washington A ,-.- n.
Miami Bench. Florid:, 33139
\ itornej for Plaintiff
In _:. II 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N 80578-C
In RE: Batata of
WILLIAM |,A POINT.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors ami All Pemo s Hav-
a '"laiin- Againal Sai.l Batate:
Vnii ate hereby notified and required
i.. present any rlalma and demands
\. hi.'h yon nmv have acainst the es-
iitte of WILLIAM I A liUXT deceaa-
i late of Dade County, Florida, t,,
ill,- County Judges ,,f Dade County,
:ind fib" the same in dnnllcate and as1
rovlded in Section 73:!.Hi. Florida
Statttta, in their office* in the County
'"urtlious. in Ii'.d*- County, Fiori.t-i.
v. ithin six calendar months from the
Hum of tii> firsi publication hereof, or
ihe yarn.- will 1..- barred.
Dated ai Mi.mi. Florida, this 17th
ilaj ,,r i i,-i..i..r. \ |> '";
.MINNA SCHRfBRER
As Adminislrairi\
Kirsi publication of tin- notice .....
Hi, '.'.".Hi day of < ictober. IMS
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\itorney for Estate ol
WTI.I.1A \l I.A l'< >IXT
I l. .-.-Ms, ,|
:! Alnalej Building
Mi..nil. Plorldlt
i" as
LEGAL NOTICE
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
V\ BS BONNY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
.i lavish r.i iXNY,
I lefendant.
T< i: MRS l EAXISK R" >XN V
ln!. Apl 2-A
Bn nklyn, n Y
V< l', .IE v \ isi in >XN v .ii. here-
h> notified thai n Rill of pnmplnlnl
for I Mv <' i->- has "' i filed
v nu, unil > i >u an i.. "ii, a i*op) '
! --in Anaa i ... Pleading In the Bill
1.1 Complaint on ih< Plaintiffs At-
I I.'in. > IM'NN and .1' ill S'SI 'V I..
Bis. hj lie Building, 18 Weal Flaglei
sir,-, i. Miami, Floi Ida :t3i:iii
the orlirltinl Answer or Pleadinii
the office ..r the Clerk of the Clrcuil
: i '.mi i "ii or In foi. the 21nl da> ol
I N'.-v .nil-, r IMS If j .-ii fall in do -...
JudmieiH I.i defaull i!l l taken
auainsi \..u for ilu relief dema'ndeil
III 111. Hill of I'.-llli-
Thin notice xhiill I., puliliahed mice
each week for four col u weekn
In THE ,t i:\visii Fl i >RII>IAN
DOXB ANIi OKDRRRI) in Miami
Florida, ihis mil day ol lictober,
I'n.s
i: B. I.RATHERM \n
i 'lerk, t Ircull i 'ourl
Dade Count). Florida
Bj i" I' ii il'l-M.ANIi
|i.|.ui\ Ck rk
H 'ii. uii i"..him Real i
Dl'XX and JOHXRI >X
418 I'isi a> ll.- ituililini:
-Miami. Florida 1*130
At tor ne] for Plaintiff
I" IN-I'". I I /I -S.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 68-15905
XAM-V l.l'.i IXI IK DE \~\
CARIDAD FERXAXDEZ V
ALVAREZ
Plaintiff.
vs.
ALBERTO jultiiK FERXAXDEZ
Y ALVAREZ,
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To: AI.RERTi > JO ROE
FERXAXDEZ V ALVAREZ
c.rlina Ii*
Havana. Cuba
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
"i Coniplnitit for Divorce ha* beeu
filed anainsi you. ami you are requir-
ed to nerve a copy of your Answer
on I'lainliffs xollciUir, DAN SATIN.
-'.'- W. st ElOKler, .Miami. Florida, and
file the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circull Court on or be-
fore the I Mb Jay of November, IBC8,
otherwlae a Judgment by default will
li.- entered njnilnat you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, t ii is. isth
day ,,f i Ictober, 1M8.
B B. LKATHKK.MAN
cii-rk. Circuit Com i
Dadi County Courthouae
Miami. Florida
By: i- P. OOPBLAXD
Deputy Clerk
I" 18-38 11/1-8
.'. 11 I K -1 :
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Ti ALL To Win >M THERE I'RK
|> RI1 U.I. COME, OREETINOS
w hi ":'-. ALVIX S RHERM W
Sorth .Miami. Klorlda. FREDA m
MiVACK. Miami, Florida; MARTIN
,\ T \l"l .IX, .Minim Beach, Florida
>n the l'TUi d." o( March, A B
-,.T eauae in bi Ini'orporated under
i. the State of Florida
i \i -in -i i.M HER PR' "PERTIBR. IXC
nriHirtitlon, with Itn prlnclnal nlsn-e
..i buaineiw al -Miami Beach, Dade
ii-n\ in the stai.- Fii 'da '
hereaa auch corporation did on the
,i tiaj of i ictober. A i I'-'Kn. '-m
i.. be filed In the office of the s.-.-re-
iry of Slat,- Of III. Slal. ..I Fl.
the do.-unieiiiiiry authority required
under Section ;" 27. Florida Btnlulee,
nhowlng ih.- dlaaolutfon of auch cor-
IHiratlon
Vow. therefore, the Secretary of
siatr do.- hereby certify to the fore-
ng ami thai he is aatlafled that
ihe requirement" of the law hnvi
i.. en compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
l-.i.-unto s.-l my hand and have :il-
rtxed the area I Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallallas-.ee. tin Capital.
i lii> the Twenty First day of October,
A I' !'
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
I"/:'-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nii'iUK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring m engage In
buaineaa under tli. flctitiouH name of
AMBRICAX f.VTERIOR DECORAT-
INU SERVICE at 77; Arthur Oodfrey
Road. Miami Beach, Florida Intend*
to regiater maid name ith the Clerk
"( the circull Court of Had.- County
Florida.
FLORAL DE8IOXS INC ,| b/a
AMERICAN- IXTBRIOR
I '!: '. iRATIXI: SERVICE
By \\ II.I.ia M nilKKXH A LI >
Pn -id. nt
SHIRLEY \\ i iiil.F
\i'..i ii. v for
Flonil li.sitfns. I,,.
>-". Arthur nodfn i I;.....i
Miami Bi n.-h Florid.i
In 18-25 ';
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"."ni'i: is HBRBR> niVEN that
the uniteraiRned, d, sirlim i.. .
bj bush., m undei tl i fl, lilious name
V VX '':' P A/v ''l Hablea.
Dadi i nui Ij Florida ini.-,|. | n
giaier Raid name with the Clerk of
gll Circull Cliil nf Dade Count v
I- lorlda.
EMA vi Kl. i:i IRLRTEIN
OE iI:i;k i ;i >i |,|:i ii ,M
.TORBPrl KH \C \i||;
RICHARD and NELSON
An... n.-VS
803 I.in.-..In Road
Miami Real h, Florida
In I.It.18 :'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N" 68-1SR81
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
R M I'M PERROTT \
Plaintiff
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND
BY THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To ALL Tii WIHi.M THESE PREfl
i:\TS SHALL COME, OREETIN08:
Wh.i.as. DONALDS ROSE, Miami
Florida. ROBERT M, COI'F, Miami
Florida, MAC MEKMBLL. .Miami.
Florida, did on the Mrd day of JULY.
A n 1884 i aus-o to I... Incorporated
under the lawa of the State of Florida
EAGLE HOTEL CORP., n corpora-
tion, with its principal place of bual-
n-ss at HXAMI. DADB GOl'STY, In
Ihe State of Florida, and wheresK
iii-h eoriK.ration did on the IKth ilnv
of OCTORRR. All 1868, ,aus. to be
filed in the ..ffi.e of the S.i-retary of
Slate of the State of Florida, the doe-
um.-ntnry authority required under
Section i.ftx 87, Florida Statutes, ahow-
log the disv..intion of sueli corpora-
tion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State doea hereby certify to ih.- f..r.--
n'liiir and that he is satisfied that the
i.'luir.-menis of the law have been
. omplied with.
IN WITNESS WlliaiBiF, 1 have
hereunto sfl my hand and have
.ii'in.'il the flreat Seal of the State
1 of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
' Capital, this- the EIUHTHi^VTH
day of OCTOBEB. AD. 1968.
TOM ADAMS. Secretarj- of State
10/83
H'iNVA I.
1i..r...o!.,,
PERROTT A,
;,i,
Reynold
and file tra-
in the
Clrcuil
day of
a.
TO: DOXVA I. PERRflTTA
i- /.. i 'ontnnce \*'. ......i-'
"irt4 N. Fernwood Drive
Savannah, Qeorgla
V ii DONNA I. PERROTTA
hereby notified that n Li'i ... -. --,
Plain! f..i- Divorce has I..... filed
aaahial you. and vou lire required to
aerve n cony of your A newer or Plead-
big in tin Bill ol i- ,... i,., ,.,, the
1 laoitiff n .......-.,..,. v..|||.;x-,v ,-......
man HOLTZMAX, Ml
Building, Miami. Flmiili
original Answer or Pleading
Off..... Of the Clerk of tile
Court on or l.i-fore ihe Jftth
November, I9B1 'f >nu tq tfl
hidgmeni by default m i,e taken
:"-':'.'."S',,V,','" ''"' "" ''''l' enianil...!
In the Bill ..t Cnmplalm
This notice shall ho nuhlKhed pnee
each week for four cnnaoentlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Flul'.II.IAN
IKiNF. AND ORDERBRD at Miami
,,,?r"la- ,hiH ,7ln du> "f October A l>.
R R LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade Count v. l-'l.-ri.l ,
By: C. P. COPEIAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
SHEVIV. GOODMAN *
HOITZMAN
.146 Seybold Bulldtna
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/85 11/1-l-Ji
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 68-15602
ill VRI.BR JACOBS, and
UII..MA .1 Ad IRS, his u Ifl
Plaintiffs.
BI UXET BCCLES formerls
kt ,.wi -- BI AINBT HEALY. i i al
Dcfendanla
I KLAIXE T BCCI KR, former!}
known a- BI AINB T HBAI.^.
ami JACK BCCI BS her hue-
hand, I'" lk>x *". Hnuula,
Hawaii W.717, and
XEI I IE M nCXKBR anil
RCNKEH. her husband, If m
. .i r. sldence unl now n. and
M VRGARBT R FfRHBR and
FISH BR. hi lin-l.aii.l. if
in:,li i.-d I. idiiii unknon n, and
I II VAN'DBNIKNIM. .IR '"l
\ A M ii:\ la H I.M, his
|fe, 1-,-si.h-ii- n > n and
FRED \ tt'OI F anil tl iRN BI.1A
H \\ I l| F, his lie
ii- k' -\v n
IT \ \i i->- i' IIEIRK and
i; BISI!. hei liusbn ml if mn i -
n and
A II V IXDEXI.....M......! BDN V
HEN RIBTTE N ANDENRl >M.
his \\ it*. 11" il.-li e and
BACH AND ALL OF THE
ABOVE N VMi:ii DEFEND WTS
IF I IVIXC. AND IF I lEAl'
THEIR RBSPI-aTIVE i n
KNOWN RPOCRER. HEIRS,
DKVISEBR. GRANTEES, VS-
RIGNBER. CREDITORS. LIEN-
ORR TRl'STBER, RI'CCERRORS
AND Al I. THi >SB CLAIMIXl I
INTEREST BY. THROI'OH OH
AGAINST ANY OF THE AIW 'VB
DEFENDANTS, AND OTHER-
WISE, residence unknown, and
ALL OTHER CNKNOWN PAR-
TIBS HAVING OH CIAIMING
Ti i HAVK ANY RIGHT, TITI i:
OR INTEREST IN". OR LIEN
L'PON THE REAL PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIUE1>, OR ANY
PART THEREOF, residence un-
known
You are hereby notified that pro-
ceeding to qalel title lias been brought
in tin circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, agnlnsl all peraona claiming
any .state, tight, utl..... Interesi
.r Hen upon Ihe following dewcrlbed
r.-al property, nltunted in Dade County,
Floruit, to uii:
Lot ;: and the Weal 3 feel '! I.-d
mi. in Coral way center,
according In Ihe Plat thereol
recorded In I'l.n Book '-' al Page
::. of ill, Publli Recorda of Dadi
County. Florida
And you are bereb} reiiuirwl t>. file
with the Cl.-rk ol said Court your
Written defenses lo the Complaint,
and In serve .i COJiy therof on Plain-
till- attorney, HENRY NORTON,
I4ii6 Blscayne Building, Miami. Flo-
rida, on or hefon Ihi 82nd da) ol
November, IMS, oiherwlao Judgment
will be entered againal you bj de-
fault.
Witness my hand and seal ol said
Court, at Miami. Had. Count* Flo.
rlda, ihi- i"ih day of October, 1968
E B. LEATHERMAN
ci.rk of the circuit Court
1 i.-id. County, Florida
By: N A. HBWETT
Deputy clerk
HENRY NORTON
Attorne} for Plaintiffs
MtMi l.iscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33136
I0/IX-8S II I -v
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-1556'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FK IRENE DE VARONA CAMPoR
Plaintiff.
\ s
\ I l> BNRlQl'B CAM II IS
I i.mlnIII
Ti' Mini i:vi:ii..i i: camii is
::i Cediii \\. ii.
Apl No Hi VVi IF
I --i.t; Brani'b, N. lersi
Vou AI 1.1 EXRIIJI i- CAMPUS
' h erel I i f I ed 11 I II
pin i in for Divi filed
iigulnai you, and you -. ulred in
- r\ ;. cop} ol \. .hi- v !,-\. er oi PI. d
ing in Ho itiii of Conml
Plaintiff's attoi in j I.i:sTi:i: |(i ;
ERS BRtJ ...... N VV Utl Sireel
Miami Florida :::::::.. ... ,i fill ii .
original Answer or Pleading In tin
Office Of tile Clerk Of ill. | -.
ourl on or before Ihi snth ila\ ol
NoVI mlier. tl.i.s If you fail lo .1.....
judgment by defaull will I., taken
againal you for the relief demanded
hi the RHi nf Complaint
This notice shall be published once
nch week foi i..in i-onseclltlve w. k>
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, giis nui, day of Oelobei
A l>. lli.-s
K II I BATHBRM LV Cl< rk
in. in i Court, I lad,- Count} El..i i,l .
By: \ A HEW BTT
1.....uty Clerk
H 'inuit i "ourl S.-all
LESTER Rl HI ERR, ESI I
s!i!i v VV Mib Street
Miami. Florldn :::.i:-i:
I 18-33 11 /!-S
LEGAL NOTICE
n
a gainst
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-15882
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I1ETSE> MACIOON
Plaintiff,
KDM VRDG MAOI K>N JR
|lef. .....
TO RDW ARDG MAOOON JR
i -.-. b '-I lth B
Cisco Ti xai
Vou BUM VHD <: M VGOO.S JR
... |......1 --'li. .1 tl.:> t II Bill '' I '"
,. i ilvorce hi bei n 'ih o
v..II ii'
..,, of your Answer or
pi, ndina lo Ihe Rill of Compmlnl on
, mi Hi, Put 'I attorne} CAIDIN
a- ROTHENBBRG, '
Bull..... Miami Florldn 33130, and
file |hi Anawer or Pleading
ln ih. offki of the Pier* ol Ihi Cli
i ,iit C'liit ..ii or before Ihe jnth da}
. \ >, nil-.v )s.,s II you fall to do
... ,i,,!-.-ni. in bj defaull n 111 I" laken
,i for ih. liel demanded
. Bill of Complaint
Tl i- hall be publlsl i il ......
... I ... I foi i'. ii- in -- utlve w< k-
TIIK IEWISI1 FlnRIDIAN
1.1 vi". AND i iRDEKEl i al Vllaml
Blorlda II II da} ol I i"'" I A D
i: it IB \'i"H BUM \N Cli i '
i "li an i 'ourl, I > le Count) Floi Ida
II) P i liPBI VND
I'. nut)' Clerk
ll' nil i '.-in I S.-al i
CAIDIN lb iT|| BNBEIti! Kl : \ v
and KORNBI.CM
:;i.'. BiM'tii in BuiblinB
Miami. l'i-
Attorni \ s i,.i I'lnuitii i
In Is.'. Il/I-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76805
In ItE Estate ..f
AI.VARO I. (ISORlO
Dei .-.-.s.-ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" Al Cr.....tors ;,,| am |...,.,,- Hn\
ing i laims or Demi.....n Againal Said
batate:
Vou are h.r. hi notified and requir-
ed In present an) claims and demands
which you may have againal Hi.- ,.s-
tute of ALVARO I. OSORIO ,1,-, ,.
ed int.- of Dade County, Florida i.. ihi
lounts Judges ol Dade >.,,,,> und
rile the same Ul duplicate and :,s
provide.I in Section J83.16, Florida
: Statutes, in their offices in ih. Count}
i ourthouse in Dade County, Florida,
wltnin six calendar months from tin
j time of th. first publication hereol
, r the same will be hatred
Dated at Miami. Florid;., tins |,u,
daj of Oct.,i.r, A j) |(ga
BIAICA R. PEXA OSOKIO
As AdminiKtratrix
First pill.ho.it,,.n ,,[ tnis notice on
the lth day of Oetober, |M|
PAIL KVVITNEY. Kso
SILVEKSTEIX. KWITNKY
A GOCDIS8
Attorneya for Administratrix
420 Uo. li Koid.
Miami Beach. Florida
10.18-2.-. 11 /l -g
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IVKN lh.il
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo
in businesses under the fn-tit.ou-
ii.im.-s oi CORAL COIN-O-WASH
.,: R"27 S VV 24lh Street, and
ItOB'S Chin LAl'NDRY al IJ i
S IV "sili Street intend t. register
said names with the Clerk of ihe
Circuit c.-urt of Dadi Count) Florida
ROBERT \V NBTMANN
IRIS \V NBC MAN
GOLDMAN, GOl.l ISTEIN
,\ PACZIER
Attorneys for Applicants
41 w. -i Flagler Btreel
Miami. Florida
1" ll -l-:". il I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- gnderatgned, desiring t. engage
in buainess under Ihe fictitious name
of EXPORTS INLIMlTEIi CORP. at
v|| 8.W 1st Street. Miami. Florida
3S130 intend to register said name
with the Clerk of th.- Circuit Couri nf
Dade County, Florida
JACK J WEISS
"41 S \\ !-l Street. Miami l-"l.i
JACK .1 WEISS
Attorney for
Exports I'nllmlted Corp.
lft'Il-18-Ifi 11 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY GIVEN thm
th.- undersigned, deairlng lo engage in
business under the fictitious name -:
M4INEPCO at i:. N E 133rd Street,
North Miami, Florida 331*1 Intends
regiater anld name with th.- Clerk of
Ihi Circuit Court of Hade Countv,
Florida I >ated at Miami, Dadi Cuun..
i Florida this Tth dav ......Inbel
JEAN '/. SMITH
KBI.I.\ I'-i:.....CS \- in "PER
Vltorne) for Applicant
in ii-i-.:. i: i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 60088- B
ll ItE Bstal.
: Bl.l \ I'ANZIliEII
he.,
nil I ( EI) IT i I! S
All I'ri VII Pi -1
i ik I'la 11 I i.i
Esiali
You

hai. Ihe .
bi v |i.\n/.ii;ei
i- of n unty. Floi
' iUI lu Igi I .
111. ll n U|,|
I |"! -- B. Floi -:., St..
lUll HS ill till U
i 'ourtin ii-. in Dade I ui

'iin. i puldli
"i ihi Kann w hi i.. Imi .
1 '' n Fkirid il .- r.th
i'- i.i,. r, AD s.
II.SE si VII iV Hi IFF
As E\c. uti i\
I pul ,.f tl
i Ihe ixth da) of 11 |>, .. .
II M DE I, BH'HBL
v Executrix
IS Weal Flaa Sireel
. Miami Floi
10 IX.".I 1|
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68-1S884
.........,SIJIT FR DIVORCE
.- V Ml BI. SIMMONS
Plali
Vs
I.I < I I.I C Sl.\l\|, ,v,s
Defendanl
Tl' l.li 'II.Li: SIMM) ivs
,. Has denci I'nknown .
>ou II ,"l| LE SIMMONS, an her.
n.lfied ihu. u mil .a Complalnl
-> '> ; :t 2K'.n"
;i;:^^^'.,,,-''n:;:l::;,:,':''.,:l;;'''i,T,:;:
.'." \fTiiei BERNARD R ,1 VFFB
v j Miami. FJorlda
I --. and file ihe original Answer or
' ""Ice ..f Ihe i':.,i, of
h- Orcuit ,v.url ,,,, l"l|'
; i' w "l',,r l:"-" II you
will he ,'-'. ~" |ud?" ">y default
^>r^rre 0
.- Zli'l L' ', "' '" '' imbll-hed on.-.-
.,.,,;.' ,r '"ur '-"iisecutive w.eks
'"i-.vp ,'1:}VIS" "'lORIDIAN
jg^cojfer^
SKyAKD K ",A'""'B
M2 Alnsle> Huildine
MUma. i-1orida 33132
Attorney fur Plaintiff
10,lt-L-, 11/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16375
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In ii i: P \I..M BR
Plain! Iff.
CATHERINE MARY PALMER,
I >. I- ink,ul
Tl i CATHERINE MARY PALMER
126 TOW llllll. West
St Catherine,
i intarlo, Canada
You, CATHERINE MARY PALM
BR are hereh) notified thai i
..I Complain! for Divorce hat beei
riled againal you. and row an n
qUireil lo aervi a copy ol youi Vl aa
.1 in l'i. ndlng to il..- Bill ..t Com
pla.ni 011 the Plaintiffs attorue)
I H I v M.I i II Rl ISS S6.KI 11:
r.i.uii--at ii. Miami, Florida 13173 i s \
and 'ii. Ihi original A newer oi Plead
Ing in ih. offit of Hi. Clerk the
.ii, u ; Court on or before the Utl,
.l..\ ', N'liv.-lnlu i 1 v.-s If ynu ft il i.,
do so, ludgmenl i.> defaull will i-
i.ik. n agahtsi i nu foi Ihi n
maniled In the Bill of Complalnl
Tins notice shall he pill.list., d i
four "ii i-uia >
111 THE JEW ISM FI.ORIDI \\
l INK AND iRDBRED .i VI
.i.i ihis -ih da) of Oi lob, \
-..
i: 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i 'In uit '-'in i I lade i 'ouni \ Floi
Bj N a HBWETT
I noun i lerk
iCii, uii Coui i S. .ih
I s iV.M.Ii II R< >SS
j.'..., lilwayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 3313"
aiioi in for Plalntlfl
In 11 -1> 25 II I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAVv
NoTICB IS IIEKEHV (ID I v th
th.- Ulideralgned, deairlng to i.k.,.> -
husmess und,.r the fictiiuius nain. oi
SPEEDWAY BAH al HW S >\ Til
Str.-,'t. Miami intends to register
name with the Clerk of th. Cil u
curl "f I'ad. County, Florida
H.VKP.Y CRITi "III.EY. Sole O
KBSHLER, MASSEY
A RBCKBHMAN
Al ii.riie} s for Applica nt
i.. lllltmnre \\a>
Coral riablea
in 11 .|*-;r, 11
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAN4E LAW
Notice IS HEREBY niVEN thai
th,- undersigned, desirinn to
in business under the ficlitliou-
..f l>KS STRMEHMAN and BROWN
at 7i"'l South West 87th Avenue, Miami
Fla. Inlands t,. regiater said 1...1 1.
wtlh the Cl.-rk of the Circuit ui
of I lade 1 'nunly, Florida
DBS STRMERMAN and BROWN
Profeaalonfil Aaaoclation
HPARBER and ROSKIN PA
Ani.ineis for Aim.In-.int
lee N RiacayiM I'lvd
Miami. Florida
1" ll-.l*-^.-- II I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBJlBBY OIVKN that
th. undersigned, desiring t engaa,
in business under the fictitious nam,
ol TIMB-A-RAMA at 4" Miracle Mill
Coral Hables, Florida Intend to regiatet
said name with the clerk of the Cli
cull Court of Hade County, Florldn
JBKOMB iy.ER
.'.711 1'in.tr.r I>ri\.-
Miami. Beach, Florida
JACK 1 \V EISS
Vtlol 11. \ (..r
TIMB-A-RAMA
HI 8 t-t Street
Miami, Florida
I" ll-iv-: ; ll'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 71802-C
I iteof
VBNEII liREENBERi:
VBE tiREENHERi:
.....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
V < T hi' lieri'b) glx'ei ;
hav. I I, .1 .,111 Final lle|siri and Pi
nu. 1,1.1 rlliul I 1 '
m B> utort
VIINER < I BEEN BERtl I
VISE ': 1:1 :i:\ 1:1:1:1. ih ed
I _'th da) ol v.o
w ill npplj lo ih. Hoi ib
1 ount) Judges oi Dade Count) Florida
I'M .ii'i-i.o .-i ol said Fl..... R, I-" 1 -
in ibution und final 'li-
lar) Bxecuton ol 11 eatai
- III.-.I ,1c, .del,I Tin- 1
III) ..I I ll lol.er. l'.lA
VICTOR LAI Al: VV
"S."AH OOTTBNBERf!
J' s'll ItEPHCN
\ lorn,.;
: 7 Washington K\ enue
Miami Reach, Kla
1" 11 lfc-2-"i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN '
I Ihe Undersigned, desiring to eii|
in business under the fictitious nan
f FNITBD MARINE. IM' ..1 ',
I s vv Nt street, Miami, Florida
, intends lo register said na*i, ';l
the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court ol I hub
1 1 'ounty, Florida
ORLANDO I'll' vl ;'
M4 S VV 1st SI reel
Miami, Florida I3I3U
JACK .1 WEISS
Attorne) for
1 I'nltcd Marine, mc
m ii-i-j- 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBHBH1 HIVB.N
ih.- undersigned, dfalrlng to ei
in business under the flclltloui
of Ho S CORNBR nt l-'Jol N VV
Avi' intends ti. 1-,-l'im,-'- said
With the Clerk of the Circuit
of Hade County. Florida
Bi'SE WARKEN
Sole I IHIII-r
MARKS FAHEi:
Attorne) for Applicant
1013 Alnaley Building
in 11 -ix-;.'. 1
ia nu
i '
1 "out
1 1
NOTICE UNOCR
FICTITIOU* NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HERKHY OIVBN lb
th.- unilerslirned. desiring to *"s;'-'
in husmess under the fictitious i.<'>'
i MIAMI OPTICAL CENTER 0*
560 West Flagler Street, Miami UJ-
fend to regiater said name with IB'
County. Florida
DK-NA CATEMAN
MEL SAMiBKHH
and STI.VIA CRLICH
lD,ll-W-45 H 1


rtober 25. 1968
fJewlsti FhrkMari
Paqe 15B
ed
of.
LEGAL NOTICE
E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80394. A
Estate "l
I WF.R.
.-'!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'n ililors :ilirl All Poisons Huv-
inis or Demands Against Said
| an- hereby notified ; ni rcqulr-
proam! any claims and demand*
u mat have against the ee-
M' PHILIP PAVKK deceased
Dude County. Florida, to the
Judges tif IHide County, and
the name in duplicate and as
id in Section 711 16, Florida
>**, in their offices in the County
,u-o in Dade County, Florida,
six calendar months from
ie nt the first publication here-
|tli.- simr will bo barred.
Ill at Ml.lllll. Florida, this Mil
Dciober, AD. 1968
EDWARD N. MOORE
An Executor
fet publication of this notice on
jih day of t totober, 1988
iTHR-s. MOOKE A:
'AN7.0
r\ s for Ex-' utor
insl.-y Rldg,
. Kloriil:i
in ll-lx-j:. II 1
rDMfiv
BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
g THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 68-15042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OT POI.ASKE.
Plaintiff.
MAX POLA8KE.
I >. fendntit
[i.: JOAN POLA8KB,
p MI1S. GEORGIA MARSH
19M Weal 17th Avenue
Denver. Colorado S0204
I You JOAN POLASKE are hereby
mled that n Hill of complaint for
vorea has been Mod against y.u.
lid ton are required to serve a copy
your Answer or PU ailmc to the
ill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
it.Mi.ey. BERNARD A. WIEDF.R.
S1} 407 Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach,
orlda 33139 and file the original
newer or Pleading In the office of
ilerk of the Circuit Court on dr
nre tlie 6th day of November, i
It yx>u fall to do ao. judgment by '
.uit will he taken against you for
relief demanded in the Hill of
ni|>lulnt.
I'lNK AND ORDERED at Miami.:
l.i. this 1st day of October, A.I).
68
II It LEATHBHMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade I'ounty, Florida
By: I. SNBEDEN
Deputy Clerk
uit 'OUrt S'-ali
lElLNARD A. WIBDER
lti.>rfii'\ for Plaintiff
in/4-ll-ls.-jr
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
|N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
'to JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
>AOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-15023
IREATHA SMITH,
Plaintiff,
'Ah, Bernie .. maybe we don't understand
that it could be the old Jewish
thirst for culture ..."
LtGAL NOTICE
IK-HYK1.T SMITH.
iefeodaaL
WHWBVKI.T .SMITH
Iti-M-li n. I'nknown
|ou are hereby notified that a Hill
Nwnpbuiit for Divorce has been
4igmnst you. and you are re-
wl tr> serve a copy of your Answer
carting to the Hill of Complaint
Plaintiff's Attorney. CHAR-
I'E J. BAItKA.N. 1111 Ainsley
Jt.g. Miami. Florida 33132 and
tie original Answer or Pleading
of file of the Clerk of the Cir-
Court on or before the 1th day
voniher. 1968. If you J>il to do
sm.nt by default will he taken I |.
, you for the relief demanded
Rill of Complaint.
notice shall he published once
week for four consecutive weeks
Jewish Kloridian.
NK AND (HinatKl) at Miami.
da. tliis 1st dav of October. l'.o'S
B H. LKATHBRMAN.
Clerk, circuit court.
Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPBLAND
I .,.! y Clerk
KlXrTTB .1. P.ARKAN. ESQ.,
UnMluy Hullding
mi. Florida mi32
ney for Plaintiff
Ml-5664
t0/4-11-18-26
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-15455
NOTICE OF SUIT
flJ'H A, ILXDICK,
^Hlntiff.
CBS T, RADIOS
r fendaiit.
AGNES T ItADKK
:.:i BHsa Road
Newport. Rhode Island
1'U ARK HKUKIlY NCTIl'IKD,
an action for divorce has been ;
against you and you arc n-ijuir-
io serve copy of your written
JfeiiM-N. if any, to it on MYKRS,
tAPluXN K- PORTKR, Attorneys for
iPlaintiff. whose address Is UM S W.
I First Street. Miami, Florida 31110. and
fill Itte original with the Clerk Of
the above styled Court on or before
November 1'J. infill otherwise a judg-
ment may be entered against you
foi the r. lief demanded in the Com-
[ plaint.
VYITNB88 niv hand and the seal
r said Court on October *. I68.
K. H. IJCATHKRM.W
As Clerk of Hiiid Court
ity: N A. HKtVKTT
As Deputy Clerk
i" 11-18-SB u 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY- IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-15237
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAMON NOTARIO.
Plaintiff.
ROBE M "NOTARIO,
DofendiinL
TO: ROBE M. NOTAIUO
ITI5 2nd Ave.. Apt P.
i 'oluml>us, fla.
You. ROSK M. NOTAIUO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Dlvon-c haa been filed against you
and you are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Phuidrng to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, I.KSTBR ROOKILS, 999 N.W.
14th St Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 14th duy of Novemb-
er, l9s. if you fall to do no. Judg-
ment by default will be taki n against
yog for the relief demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUMUDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th da\ of October. A D
196H
K. R. I-EAT1IKHMAV clerk
Circuit Court, I>ade County, Florida
Ity: C P itil'KUM)
1 > i u t > Cl.-rk
1 Circuit Court Seal)
J&STER RtKlERS
(M N \v 14th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Pluintiff
10/1I-I8-2S 111
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80686-A
in RE: Estate <:
JOAN ABBOTT OAJNKS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pcrions Hav- I
i ln( Claims or Demands Against Said I
I Estate:
You are hereby notified a'nd requir- ,
1 ed to present any claims and demands j
which you may have against the es-
tate Of JOAN ABBOTT OAJNE8 d.'-
Diinstill late of Dade County. Florida,
, to the County Judges of Dude County,
and file the same in duplicate and .is
provided in Section 731. If, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dado County. Florida.
Within six calendar months from the
Lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 4th
I day ot October. A.D. 196S.
HHN 11. OAINI-S
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on the
11th day of October. 19S.
SPARBKR and ROSKTN PA.
Attorneys for Administrator
! inn North Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 31112
10/11-18-25 11/1
LEGAL NOTICE
_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
iHisluesa under ihe fictitious name <<
Al.l. KH'KS Slln:s i.i division of
Caribbean Shoe Corp.) al 255 South-
west Mb Street, Miami, Florida :::i"i
intend* to register "aid name ith
the ci.rk of tli, Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
CARIHHKAN SHOE CORP,
255 s.\V. Mb Streel
Miami, Florida :t:tl>l
1 MARVIN I. WIENER
Attorney for
Caribbean Shoe Corp.
1212 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida :vi\'i'l
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
EVELYN PATRICIA FREEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
VALERIE K, FREEDMAN,
.IIDITII KltAMF.il, EI'OENE
KRAMER, ROBERTA M ll.l.Kl:,
BAR I. MIIXER, each
Individually,
I 'ef.ndants
TO: VALERIE K FREEDMAN
180 Madisdn am-, Apt. 9-L
New York. N Y.
YOU, VAUBRIE K. PREEDMAN
are hereby notified thai a Complain!
for a declaratory decree relating
to the validity of a contract between
you and HARRY FREEDMAN, now
deceased, dated the 5th day of March
Nfil and a contract dated the 15th
day of February 1954, executed by you
and HARRY FREEDMAN..... de-
eeased, has been filed against you,
and you are to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
DINN and JOHNSON. 416 Uiscayne,
Building. 19 west Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 18110, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the l"th day of
November, I9OT. if you (ail to do so.
Judgment by default uill be taken
ngalnst you for the ri lief demanded
ill the Bill of Complaint,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE No. 68 A 327
NOTICE IS HEREIfT tHVEN Ata
II I. Personal, holder of County Til
Kali Certificates numbered 8787, 886i
B864, R901 and 1)111 issued the 1st da;
.f June A. I > 1965 hac fill same It
my office, and lias made appllcatioi
for a tax deed to be issued thereov
Said certlflcaten embrace ihe follow
ing dew*rlbed property, in the I'ntim
of Dade, state of Florida, to wit:
I-:1-. Lot i- Block 4. Perrlne Sub.
Plat Cook I: Page 78, In (he
county of Dade, state of Florida,
as embraced In Certificate No.
-7~7 The assessment of ssid prop-
erty under the said certificate Is-
sued wan in the name of Johnnie
Brown.
Lot 4 less N 75 ft. & less S 75 ft.
of N 175.6 ft Block 4. U.st Per-
iine. piat P.o..k 45 Page ir.. In the
County of Dade, State of Florida,
aa embraced in Certificate No.
8863, Th assessment of said prop-
erty uiidt r the said certificate
issued was iti ilu- name of Jos.
McKlnney Eat,
N 75 ft of lj,t 4 Block 4. \\. i
Perrlne. Plat Book t:: Page 15.
containing .28 Acres more or losi
in the county of Dade, State of
Florida, as embraced In Certifi-
cate No '-'.1 The assessment of
aid property under the said i
tlftaatc issued waa in the name of
Robt, Peterson A- w Georgia,
N 59 ft. l-ot v Block I, West Per-
line Add.i Plat Book 44 Page v.>.
in the Count)' of Dade, Stana of
Florida, as embraced in CertHi-
, ate No. so..] The assessment of
said property under the Raid cer-
tificate issued was In the name
of Philip & Bloney Rigby, Minors
I.nt !;> Block 1, Symnv s-Sh:irman
Tract, Plat B.H>k Page 17n In
the County of Dade. State of Flor-
ida, a-s embraced in Certificate
No. 9155. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
i~su d was in the name of Theo-
dore Henry & w Daisy,
t'nless said certificates shall be re
This notice shall be published once deemed according to law, tin propel
-. _. ,- -____ __-... ... ... .-*.,.._ IV. .4 1., ..... ...ill .___ ___(.1 ... at.
each week for four cn'nsenitive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of October. 1968,
B. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade Countv. Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Dl'NN and JOHNSON
41.'. Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/11-18-35 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage in
business under Ihe ficlltious name of
VE I.YNN at 184 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. Intends to register said
name with the clerk of ibe Circuit
f Dade County. Florida
EVELYN BI.I'HM
OEOROE NICHOLAS
Attorney for Applicant
012 N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami
I L'7 Hi 4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 111VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MANHEIMER and C.I.1CK at IM0
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, Ma.
int.nds to register said name With
the Clerk of the circuit <>urt of
Dad. County. Florida.
MANHEIMER and c.l.ICK
Professional Association
SPARBER and R08K.IN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
100 \ Blscayne Blvd.. Miami. I;,1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHY OIVHN that
|the undersigned, desiring to engage
hustnaefl umler the fictitious name
f lilts UI.CCItoFT and I'NOER at
l<*R0 N.K 163 Street, North Miami
each. Fla., futeiifls to register and
ime with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
>UM of Dade County, Florida
DRS (ll.l'CUOFT and UNIIER
Professional Association
IARHER and RORKIN P.A.
Ilorney for Aonlicant
N". Biscayne Blvd.. .
n>i. Florida
10/11-18-25 11/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-14737
EVA HAVA SACHS,
Plaintiff
vs.
TIBBRHl SA'HS.
|>.f, ndaiit
TO: TIBERU) SACHS
Run Major Seilolio
:,r.7 First Floor
San Paulo, Br.inl
You. TIBERIO SACHS, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has 1.....n filed against
you. a'nd you are required i" servo a
copy Of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on Ihi Plaintiff's
attorney. WALTERS. MOORE *
CoSTANZO. lnnK Alnsle) Building.
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Cir.uii Court on or
before the ilth day of November, IM8,
If you fail to d.. so. Judgment by do-
1 fail It will be taken against yotl for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
1 'omputlnt.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four ool.secUtiV. u r, -
in THE JEWISH 1 l.oiMDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, thi- 26th day of September
A 1> 19i!K.
B, It I.F.ATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad. County. Florida
By: c p c Deputy <;ierk
fClrcult Court Seal)
WALTERS M COST AN ZO
ltiOC Ainslev Building. Miami. Florida
By: Arthur D. Dcrkelman
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ls,4-ll-18-25
, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80393-C
in rtE: Estate of
HENRY I WINNER.
I Noreased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
. Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
; ed to present any claims and de-
! mands yvhlch you may have against
the estate of HENRY DONNER de-
ceased lab' of Dade County. Florida.
: to the County Judges of Dade County.
1 and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:13.1C. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dado County. Florida,
nithin si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 8th
das of 11, toher, A D 1968,
LOriRE S IX iNNEH
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
I the 1 ith day of October, 198.
W \ I.TEKS, M< K Ut E &
COSTAN/.O
Attorney-for Administratrix
1009 Ainsley Building. Miami, Florida
_ '" 11-18-25 111
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under 'he fictitious name
of BIRD IIOCSE at 3695 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
thi Circuit Court of Da.l. County.
Florida,
c.ll.SON". INC.
By: sally ionise oilea
President
LAW OFFICES OF
I It WIN .1 IIIJU'K
' Mtornevs for
1 IB-SON, INC.
; Huh PL, Dad. Federal Building
' mi E. Flagler Street
, Miami. Florida 38131
in '4-11-18-25 _
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80643-A
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD 1. BVINSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said1
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r.-ouir- 1
e.i to present any oi.nm- and demands
wl.ii 1. \.u mas have against the es-1
tali of EDWARD I.EVlNSoN deceas-
ed late of Had. County, Florida, to the!
County Judges of Dade County, and 1
tit. the -am. in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 711.16, Florida St.i-
tuies. in their offices ill the County.
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within -i\ calendar months from the I
inn. of the first publication hereof, I
or the same a ill be barred
Dated Ml Miami, Florida, ibis 30th
da) ol s. 1.1. moor, A.D 1968
s pin I 1 IS W VCHMAN
- MAURICE LEVINS! N
\- i".\, i-utori
First publication of Ibis notice ,.|1
the llth day ol k-tober, 196*
LEON K \PI^N
MYERS. KAIM.AN *L- PoRTER
Attorne>s for Executors
1150 8 W l-t Slreel
Miami. Florida 33130
10/11-18-:.. 11 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVUN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NEWAY I'NIFORM S1PPLY at
number l0 All Haba Avenue, in the
City of Opa l-Of'ku. Florida, inti-nds
to register th. said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in Dade
County, Florida.
Dated ut Opa lyocka. Florida, this
30th dav of September, 1948
NEWAY CNIFOILM &
TOWEL SI'PPLY OF FI/)RIDA. INC.
By: DAVID SAMUELS
K.g Manager
04MJISTFJIN. FRANKLIN
, Cllo.NIN
Attorneys for Applicant
I 1390 N E 163rd Street
1 North Miami Bea. b. Florida
949-6261
in 11-18-35 11/1
ty described herein yvill he sold to th
highest bidder at the Curt Hou-
door on the first Monday in the montl
of November. A.D. \*>i*. which is th
4th day of November A D 1968.
Dated this ifuh day of Beptembei
A.D. 19i".8.
B. B I.EATHERMAN
Clerk Circuit I'nurt.
Dud.- County. Florida
Ry: I" F C.I I .DSTIt AND
1 i.-nuiy Clerk
(Cln Uit nUrl Seal)
1" 4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NEWAY LINEN SIPPLY at
number 160 All I'.aba Avenue, in the
City of Opa Locka, Florida, Intends
to register the sal dname with the
j Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Hade
County. Florida.
Dated at Opa l/.cka, Florida this
30th day of September. P.16K.
NEWAY INUt'RM A
TOWI. SI PPLY OF
FUHUDA. INC.
By: David Samuels
R.g. Manager
c.i il.DSTEIN. FliANKI.IN
& CIIONIN
Attorn. \ s for Applicant
1990 N. E. 163rd Sir. 1
North Miami Beach, Florida
la 11-18-25
11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CUV EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NEWAY DC ST CONTROL al
number 160 All llabll Avenue, in lb'
city ,,f 1 ipa Locka, Florida, Intends
1 tu register the said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Florida
Dated .it t ipa l.o.ka. Florida, this
30th dav of Sot... nil,. 1. 1968
NEWAY CNIFORM ,v
TOWEL SI'PPLY OP
FliORIDA. INC.
By DAVID SAMUELS
Reg. Manager
1 ;oli -STEIN, FRAN KLIN
1 X- Clli tNIN
Attorneys for Applicant
1990 N K IBird Sti 1
1 North Miami Beach, Florida
1" 1 I 1 X L- II 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-14894
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Wll.l.l \M ABRAHAM ADER
Plaintiff.
SHIRLEY ELEANOR ADER
Defendant.
VOIT, SHIRLEY ELEANOR IDER,
residence address 500 Avenue Road
Am i.'i Tor. in in. Canada; are requir-
ed to file your answer to th. 1 "1,111-
plaint for Divorce with th. Clerk of
the above Court a nd serve a copy
thereof upon ll.rniau Cohen, Ksn. .
Congress llldg., Miami. Florida, on or
Ik-for. Sot. mi r l.'.th. 1S>!S or else
COntPlalnt Will be taken aS confessed
DATED, iMnWr 2nd. 1968.
i: II LF-tTlH-ntAIAN
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
By K M. I/TWaN
10,11-18-23 11/1
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722ACTS OF 1941
FILE No. 68 A 462
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tin
Cape Sable Corporation, holder
Countv Tax Sale Certificates num
bored 4349. S3!4, 5115. 5111 and 541'
issued the 1st 'lay of June A I'. 196.'
has filed same ill my office, and ha
mad. application for a tax deed to h
Issued thereon Said certificates eni
brace the following described proper
ty. in the County of Dade, State
Florida, to will
That por of Tr 34 lyg bet Canal *
NW So. River Dr.. Fla. Fruit I And
CO. Sub.. Plat Book 3 Page 17. Se.
lion 1 Township 51 South Range
4" East, containing 59 A.-res more
or less, in the County of I Hid*'.
State of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate No. 434!i. The assess-
ment of said property under tbe
said certificate issued was in the
name of I'liknown.
Thi- deed will be Issued subject
t.. ail oth.r outstanding delinquent
Town of Medley taxes and liens.
ly.is .'! thru 33 Block 18 olela
Terrace. Plal Boo* I Pace 117 In
the County ol Hade, State of Flor-
ida, a- embraced in Certificate
N11 ,:i4 ill. assessment of said
property under the said certifi-
cate issued "as in th. name of
Estate of Patrick J. Murphy.
Lot 30 Block 18. Oleta Terrace,
Plat Book Page 117 111 the Coun-
ty of Dade. State of Florida. SI"
embraced in Certificate No, .'.31.'..
The assessment of said proper13
under Ihe said certificate Issued
war 'ii th- name of Estate "f Pat -
ri.k J. Murphy.
!.ot t Block l. Oleta Terrace,
Plat Book Pane 117 in the Coun-
ty of Had., state of Florida, a-
, nibra. e.l m Certificate No, '.:;'
The assessment of said properly
under the said certificate Issued
was in the name Of Estate of
Patrick J. Murphy.
iA it iv ltlo.it 11 Eleanor Park, Pint
B.u.k 4:. Page '! in the County of
li.nl. State ..f Florida, as ejp>
In-... ..I in Certificate No B4I9 The
.1.....menl ol aid property under
the said certificate issued was in
the name of Haveland Holding Co.
& Susie H.
1 jest said certificates shall be re-
deemed ni-cnrding to law, the prop
erty described herein will be sold n
Ihe highest l.i.l.hr al the Court Housi
door "ii the first Monday in the month
of November A.D. I68, which is tin
Ith day Of November, A D 1968,
Dated this 16th day of Beptember
A D 1968
i: l: I.F.ATIIEHMAN
I'lerlt Circuit Court.
11. 'I- 1 '"um v. Florida
By P F. II'LHSTRAND.
Deputy ci.rk
(Circuit Court S. .ill
in t-11-K-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIONS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. anftag)
in business under the fictitious nmn< -
of SHIP SHORE VACATrONB and
SHIP d SHORE CIM'ISES and DINE-
AROl'ND-THB-Tt)WN al 1901 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Bench, Florida
Intend to register "aid names with the
Clerk of th, Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEROMEJ GRANGER
Sole ( Itvner
M \C MERMELL 1,
Mioiiov tor Applicant
l< Miami. Florida 33129
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RIB ROAST ^HN0TRETRCCUUTTSLB.99C
CALIF. ROAST .... 89
-i-.-^ .-* BONELESS ROAST tffcAc
CROSSRIB NO FAT ADDED LB.99C
SELECTED WESTERN
139 BEEF LIVER.. lb 49c
FRESH-NEVER FROZEN-CRJtOE "A" GA.-FU. FRESH ICED
FRYER Breasts SK-Thighs
PARTS or Drumsticks LB.59C
WIHCS...LB.33C-BACKS(S.ripp.d)& NECKS lb.SC
DETECTO
BATHROOM
QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
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FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN -YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE!
DELICIOUS MACKEREL 35
F RE SH CUT
HADDOCK FILLET............ 69
FOOD FAIR FROZEN
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FYNE TASTE ALL PURPOSE OR ALL GRINDS
Food Fair Coffee 'can
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. KITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE UP TO 120
SCALE
6-OZ.
CAN
SAVE
220
ON 2 CARS

PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
LB. BAG
PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
Food Fair Floor 5bag 39
UNIT ONE BAG. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF SB OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE 20C
VELVET BLENDED
LIMIT ONE CAN.
PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PUR-
CHASES OF
$5 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING
CIGARETTES
$4.99
VALUE
Handsome gold color
platform, lull length
gold carrying handle
Stainproof front hos
gold fleck accents.
Easy to read dial.
COLORS
WHITE. BLACK. PINK
AVAILABLE
AT MOST STORES
LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $10 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
ORBIT-
PREMIUM ML
SAVE 10,
12-OZ.
NO RET
BTLS.
89
DlCI DEUGHT WHOU K(NH
L'lt I UtMOMT WMUif FvtWrV,tl ^^ -^ -p.
CORN 2 39
NON-FAT DRY MILK $169
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WAR*,
ON SALE THIS WEEK THRU SAT.. OCT. 26
BEAUTIFUL
MILK WHITE
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UTILITY DISH
SI.09 VALUE
GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA
BROCCOLI -
SALAD SIZE TOMATOES n^SSTXT 23c
RUSSET BAKING POTATOES 1Q a 79c
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED ^^ ritz low calorie...all flavors
BREAD rr 21 sodas 15"^ I
^^fc^*AR^M-0Z-L0AF 1M M SAVE 6, -FOOD FAIR 12-OZ.
SKmS ... 49 diet cola 6sir3Qc
FOOD FAIR OR BREArS'ONfS CREAMED H *% HO Sun ime R,ai Imino ibc.m .lOMDA
COTTAGE CHEESE 29* ORANGE JUICE (^. 29*
MASTER'S ^^ SAVE lOt All Me*
SOUR HALF & HALF cup 29' ARMOUR STAR FRANKS 59'
KRAFT S PHUAOEIP'-IA Piain OR "il'.E M -.^ SAVE 17, I
CREAM CHEESE 2 25* SLICED LUNCH MEATs4 99c
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m'RS UST PiC( v 45
'fJT^TTnn USTERINE-o,^ 88c
WOODBURY SHAMPOO 69<
CONTAC COLD CAPSULES 99*
MASTER'S YOGURT V, ,z 29f
LI MIT ONE DISH,
PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PURCHASES
OF $5 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING
CIGARETTES
WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
SAVE UP TO lOc-FROZEN
MRS. SMITH'S PIES
APPLE DUTCH APPLE CRUMB
COCONUT CUSTARD -LEMON
MERINGUE PUMPKIN CUSTARD PKC.
ME', '.RUE' OR CHICKEN FROZEN
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KING SIZE WAFFLES 3 99'
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AVAILABLE at stores havinc appetizer oepts.
TOU SEE WHAT YOU BUT' EVERYTHING ON DISPLAY1
ALL CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO OHDEK
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QUANTITY
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ALL GRINDS
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PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
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PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
Food Fair Flour 5 bag 39
UNIT ONE BAG. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE 20C
VELVET BLENDED
LIMIT ONE CAN.
PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PUR-
CHASES OF
$5 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING
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FRESM-REVER FROZEN-GRADE "A" BA.-FIA. FRESH WED
FRYER Breasts 7.T.Hs Thighs
PARTS or Drumsticks lb 59c
WINGS...l B.33C-BACKS(Siripp.4 & NECKS l b.9C
DETECTO
BATHROOM
SCALE
$4.99
VALUE
Handsome gold color
platform, full length
gold carrying handle
Stoinproof front has
gold fleck occents.
Easy to r eod dial.
COLORS:
WHITE. BLACK. PINK
AVAILABLE
AT MOST STORES
ORBIT _
PREMIUM ML
SAVE 10,
12-OZ
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BTLS.
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PLEASE. WITH
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$1.09 VALUE
GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA
BROCCOLI -
SALAD SIZE TOMATOES.........^ZSV?* 23c
RUSSET BAKING POTATOES 10 a 79c
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED ^^ ritz low calorie...all flavors
BREAD "r",c" 21' sodas..-.-...15^1
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bologna ...sir DIET COLA 6^ r 39c
FOOD FAIR OR BREAKSTONES CREAMED ^ SUN IHE RtAi Iminq niw uqk'Oa _
COTTAGE CHEESE 29* ORANGE JUICE cgNI 29*
MASTER'S -^ SAVE I0 AUMtA
SOUR HALF & HALF cur 29' ARMOUR STAR FRANKS 59
KRAFT S PMHADEIP>-|A l AIN OR HI.E K A J'
CREAM CHEESE 2 25 SUCED LUNCH MEATs4 99*
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CONTAC COLD CAPSULES 99 C
MASTER'S YOGURT IV? 29f
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MORTON'SPIES......... 58 $1
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CHEESE PIZZA '^59'
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KING SIZE WAFFLES 3-99'
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ALL CHEESE 4 l UNCH ME A TS SI ICE D TO ORDE R
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RICH'S TURKEY ROLL ie 99
SALAMI or BOLOGNA 59'
S*.f ', IB 'RESMIY SMOKED SUCED SAIMON BWAt
NOVA SCOTIA LOX ..T/79
IB O.D FASHION GERMAN STYLE Mj%t
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IMPORTED HOLLAND PROCESS
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