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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 44
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 1, 1968
Three Sections Price 23c
S. African Jews Reject Slur By Police Head
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)South
Africa's Jewish Community, sup-
ported by many non-Jews, is up in
irms ovei remarks made by Police
, interior Minister S. L. Muller.
tedly singling out Jewish par
a warning to keep their off-
. g from participating in stu-
otests against government
-
S mth African Jewish Roard
i rebuffed Mr. Muller'i
il to act to restrain .
ALIGNMENT FORMED
Israel Labor
Parties Aim
For Majority
I WIV (JTAi The secre-
the Israel Labor Party
< k voted 242 to 146 to ap-
an alignment with liapam,
rig labor party, creating
' i the first parliamentary
n Israel's history. The
ivea the combined la-
factions 67 seats in the 120-
Knesset (Parliament!. While
; not a merger, it does provide
: mimon list of candidates in
unt\ local elections and in
incils of Histadrut. Israels
rful labor federation.
results of the vote were
i bj PMhas Sapir. secretary-
. ol the Israel Labor Party
Israi : former Minister of Fi-
uho called it "very en-
ng." But Shimon Peres.
of the former Rafi faction
Labor Party, called the
jnment "a mistake." Rafi mem-
- were strongly opposed to the
ent, at least at this time.
"'> .i year before Israel's next
Continued on Page 8-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
*'P 4.A
I I '' tzvah 10-B
Bjjk Review 6-
Canfl ghting 12.
Obituary 11B, 14C
People-Places 8-B
Real Estate 9B
Recipe* 10-C
Round Town 8-C
Schwartz 1-C
Sermon 1?-C
Sneider 12.A
Synagogues 12-C
Torah 12-C
TV 12-C
Woman-t
World 5b
Zlpp 7-B
Jewish youth, issuing a statement
which declared. "To fasten respon-
sibility on the Jewish community
for actions of individual members
inevitably furthers anti-Semitism,
even if unwittingly ... Neither the
Jewish community nor any other
section can be held responsible for
any action which individuals take
in political fields."
The South African government,
meanwhile, said it was all a mis-
understanding and accused Opposi-
tion leaders of trying to create a
false impression that the Nation-
alist Party was anti-Semitic.
Prime Minister Balthazar J. Vor-
ster said Mr. Muller's speech and
subsequent clarifications spoke for
themselves and he believes respon-
sible members of the Jewish com-
munity will take them in the spirit
intended.
Mr. Muller said his remarks
were misunderstood and wrongly
Interpreted lie insisted his appeal
was directed to all groups. "I de-
plore the part played by Afrikaan
students in university disturbances
as much as Jewish students." said
Mr. Muller, who is an Afrikaaner.
He reaffirmed what he said was
his high regard for the Jewish
community.
But both non-Jewish and Jewish
students at Witwatersrand Univar-
sity donned yellow stars to protest
Mr Muller's speech. Editorials in
leading newspapers criticized it
and it was deplored by Chief Rabbi
Bernard Casper for injecting a
jewisn element into the issue of
student protests.
Reform Rabbi Arthur Super and
i Anglican chaplain Father John Da-
> vies joined in denouncing the n
ister al a campus meeting. Ra
Super added "As ;i rabbi il is my
tj to pffirm th* ri
protest."
PROTEST SOVIET ANTI-SEMITISM
Lithuanian Jews Ask
To Emigrate To Israel
By Special Report
NEW York Jewish intellec-
tuals in Yilna have appealed in a
secret letter to the Lithuanian
Communist Party for the righl (if
Lithuanian Jews to emigrate to
Israel 'because we are not wanted
ORT Leader Urges
Recasting of Programs
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MONTREAL (JTA) A major
recasting of the traditional pro-
grams of ORT, the Organization
.or Rehabilitation through Train-
ing, was proposed here by the pres-
ident of the World ORT Union, It
would cope with new conditions
arising from the Six Day War and
keep pace with changing educa-
tional and vocational requirements
all over the world. Dr. William
Haber, who dettvered the keynote
address at the International ORT
Conference here, said one lesson
of the Six-Day War was that the
age of Jewish refugees Is far from
over.
Dr. Haber said that the recon-
struction of European Jewry is at
present centered in France, where
there are now some 300,000 North deficiencies.
African Jews who fled from their
countries for fear of reprisals
after the Six-Dav War. He said it
j
was important to overcome their
cultural, economic and educational
here." The letter was made public
thi- week by the Academic Com-
mittee on Soviet Jewry.
It is the first written protest
against Soviet anti-Semitism by
Jews living in the U.S.S.R. that has
come to the attention of Western
observers, according to Prof. Na-
than Glazer of the Uriversity of
California, newly-elected chairman
of the Academic Committee.
Prof. Glazer described the re-
quest to emigrate as "unique and
unprecedented." The letter said in
part:
"If the borders won! I be opened
for emigration today, some 80 per-
cent of the entire Jewish populace
would leave Soviet Lithuania and
depart for Israel
At a press conference spon-ored
by the Academic Committee here.
Prof. Glazer showed newsmen pho-
tostatic copies of the original letter
addressed to "Comrade A. Snicck-
U5." first secretary of the Centra!
Committee ot the Lithuanian Co
munist Party. The letter did not
isl the names of the 20 "signers"
on the ground that "we know well
now people "ho had protested
againsl nourishing anti-Semitism
in the Soviet Union at one time
another were summarily dealt
with."
In releasing the letter. Prof.
Giazer also announced the laun
Ing of a campaign for 25.00
tures trom American university
?rofe-sors calling on So\ iet author-
ities to provide the 3.000.000 Jews
of the Soviet Union the same cul-
tural and religious facilities
mitted other officially-recognized
minority groups. The appeal also
asks that Soviet Jews who wisl
be reunited with families li\!ii_ i
the United States. Israel or Ol
land- be permitted to emigrate
The campaign for signatures w U
Continued on Page 10-A
Curfews Imposed After
Demonstrations By Arabs
OS. WILLIAM HABtR
"The 87 ORT technical and vo-
cational schools in Israel have to
eliminate the educational deficien-
cies of tens of thousands of youth
Continued from Page 1S-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Curfews
j were lifted in the twin towns of
1 Ramallah and El Byrah this week.
but were imposed in Nablus and in
Jen n. when- anti-Israel demon-
strations by high school students
as well as adults broke out anew.
In Jenin. two separate rallies
were staged bj high school boys
and girls. Cries were heard de-
AGREE ON ISRAEL POLICIES
Conservative, Reform Rabbis Join Forces
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Reform and
-native rabbinic associations
American Judaism have agreed
>!iter into discussions on com
concerns confronting them in
' State of Israel, no! only oi re-
rights- but a broader spec-
if relationships between both
-wsh communities.
an unprecedented move, the
live board jt the Central
fence of American Rabbis
rm) and the executive coun-
'he K., \....... yly
I (Conservative) agreed that their
Committees on Israel should meet
with each other. The action came
out of a history-making first all-
:a> stud) session of the two groups
at the Jewish Theological Semi
nary, when 65 Relorm and Con
servative leaders heard scholarly-
papers on Israel and Jewish theol-
ogj This was the tii t ti.ne the
I groups had met together -ince
iheir foundingthe CCAH in 1889
and the KA in 1899.
Ra ij Levi A. Olan ot Dallas.
pre- the C A3, ai I the
conference represented "what's
happening in the world at large
the growing movement of secu-
larism has brought the religious
forces closer together. We now
nave common battle-grounds and
thus find it necessary to search for
common strength in meeting the
challenge with which the modern
world confronts us." he said
Rabbi Ralph Simon of Chicago,
president ot the Rabbinical Assem-
bly, said that he was greatly en-
couraged by the meeting and hopes
it will "lead to discussion- en
other subjects."
In a paper on Israel, Rabbi Da-
vid Polish of Evanston, 111., out-
lined a possible course oi action
when he said. "Our demand.-
should extend beyond -eeking the
right to function as marrying or
burying rabbis or for the recogni-
tion of our converts. We must dare
to raise those theological, ethical
and social questions which are not
being ra'sed within the existing
religious structure- and upon
which Israel'.- in..ral lile depend ."
nouncing King Hussein of Jord
as a 'traitor" and supporting El
Fatah, the Jordan-based terrorisl
organization. In Nablus. adults
some 3.000 school boys and -lir'.s
through the streets shouting -
gans until they were dispersed
The Ramallah-EI Byrah curfews
\ere lifted following a visit there
;> Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
who met with the mayor and I
civic leaders They report.-
promised to work bar lei to li
public order a.jd con
element.- During dem
elements.
Demonstration* the] e led
intervene to di3peise tli stu
mostly girls, with water hos< I
girls had hurled stones and bottles
at police vehicles a id iho t<
"Nasser, Nasser" and "we an
Fedayeen (commandos ." Some if
them denounced King Hussein and
screamed "traitor" at local Arab
leader- who tried to calm them.
Police called in the lire
which sprayed the demonstrat rs
with water containing an unv
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First Major Setback
Hits Neo-Nazi Party
BONN (JTAiThe extreme right-
win*! National Democratic Party
has polled 5.2 percent of the vote
in I-ovver Saxony's elections, which
marked the first time the reputed-
ly neo-Nazi party has participated
in county and local elections. Po-
litical observers here noted that it
had apparently suffered its first
setback, failing to maintain the
seven percent of the vote it won
in the statewide elections in Lower
Saxony last year and was far be-
ind the 9.8 percent polled in the
Winner Of Nobel
Prize Visited At
Weizmann Institute
Dr. Marshall W Nirenbera. 41.
ne of the three winners of the
!'6i> Nobel Prize for phy.-iolo :y
i nd medicine, visited at the Weiz-
lann Institute of Science in Re-
mot. Israel, several years ago.
The head of the Institute at that
time was Dr. David Elson. who
ad worked previously with Dr.
N'irenberg at the National Heart
Institute in Bethesda. Md.. where
ne Nobe! prize winner is a staff
lember.
Dr. Nirenber^. a Jew, is creri-
ted with two major discoveries.
'eciphering the biochemical code
\ which genes determine heredi-
,ry characteristics Dr. Niren-
erg received his education in
r'lorida. graduating from an Or-
\.ndo high school in 1945. and
.arning two degrees troni the I'ni
ersity of Florida.
Along with one of his two co-
inners. Prof. H. Gabir.d Khcrana
t the University of Wisconsin. Dr. i
Nirenberg received the Louisa
Horwitz Prize for outstanding re-
earch in biochemistry in a cere-
mony at Columbia Unitersity re-
ently.
elections for the Baden Wurttem-
burg state parliament last spring.
Based on returns from 60 out of
75 districts, the Lower Saxony vote
will give the NPD 78 out of 1.791
seats in various county and village
legislatures. The Social Democrats
won 42 percent, the Christian Dem-
ocrats 39.2 percent, and the Free
Democrats 9.1 percent. An NPD
spokesman conceded that the party
had not won a victory, but said.
'We are satisfied." He attributed
the results to fears that 'the Rus-
sians would come in if people voted
for the NPD."
Although the elections were on a
local level in a single West German
state, the results were followed
with considerable interest abroad
as a possible bellwether of next
i ear's Federal Republic national
elections. The London Daily Tele-
graph said that the outcome was a
"bad omen" for the NPD, whose
chairman. Adolf von Thadden. has
predicted at least 10 percent of the
nationwide vote in 1969 That esti-
mate would give the NPD about 50
seats in the Bundestag ilower
houseV But it now appears that the
party is hardly able to overcome
the five percent hurdle needed to
gain parliamentary seats, the pa-
per said.
Mayor Karl Schutz of West Ber-
lin, said in a radio broadcast that
the city would seek a ban on the
NPD which he called a successor
to the Nazi Party. He said he hoped
the West German states would
take a decision soon about the
NPD "in the interests of Berlin."
The NPD plans to hold a conven-
tion in the city soon.
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executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee,
accepts the 1968 Nansen Medal awarded posthumously to
her late husband for his work in behalf of refuqees. The
award was presented by Prince Sadruddin Aqa Khan,
Ur.ited Naticns Hiah Commissioner for Refuqees.
Lydda Airport Fire Destroys Terminal
TEL AVIV ulTAi A huge fire
have been caused by ;i short
destroyed the main pas
i r terminal ;it Lydda Airport
h.- ,veek, hut disrupted flights
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No injuries were reported but
d.image was estimated at millions
of dollar;,.
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,_- -^_ ANNA BRENNER
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1 \ll To Dade County School Board.
Civic Leader and Attorney For
^ft ^- a^^ 15 Years she has worked for
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Senate District 46 Democrat
A record of outstanding
achievement in the legislature.
AN OPEN LETTER
October 23, 1968
Arthur H. Courshon, Esq.
Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Arthur:
Received one of your circular letters, dated October 7th, ask-
ing for my support in behalf of Humphrey. I note with interest how
facts can be twisted to suit a purpose.
You recite the tragic events during the Hitler regime, then
you proceed as follows
"The Republican Party, with very few exceptions, has not
been the Party that has a record for standing up
for or protecting the rights of minorities."
I was shocked to find that you, of all people, could so fla-
grantly distort the facts. However, I shall get back to the
above but, first, I want to reply to your point that Wallace
is the enemy of our society which is true but, unfortunately,
your action will not help Humphrey; on the contrary, it
will help Wallace to carry the State of Florida. A man of
your intelligence must be able to read the signs of the Florida
political situation to know that Humphrey has not a ghost of a
chance to carry this State and that every vote for Humphrey,
instead of for Nixon, will help Wallace carry the State.
Now, back to the paragraph cited above. How could you in
good conscience state that "the Republican party, etc."
You are too young to remember, but hope you are not too young
to learn the truth.
1. It was President William Howard Tatt, a Republician, who severed dip-
lomatic relations with Russia in 1911 because Russia refused to recog-
nize American passports in Jewish hands.
Now, contrast the action of a Repubiican President with the action o*
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, your demigod, who did not even
serve Hitler with an official protest against the extermination of six mil-
lion Jews and who turned away from our shores thousands of Jev.
children in leaky boats.
2. The Congressional Records will show that the greatest chai or
Jewish rights and Zionist aspira tion were Republicans and not Demo-
crats. Just to name two Senator Robert Tatt of Ohio and Senate
Wiley ot Wisconsin. God save us from the Roosevelts and Bevins.
Liberals.
It is time to let our people know that ihere ate good Republicans as v.
good Democrats, and thar we must consider the individual and the
conditions of the time in choosing national leadership.
At this juncture in our history, Mr. Richard M. Nixon is the most know-
ledgeable, the most capable and the most trustworthy man to take
over our national leadership and bring it out of the chaos that the pre-
sent administration has gotten us into. In addition to the above, Mr.
Nixon firmly believes that Israel must be kept strong and supplied with
defensive weapons because Israel is essential to our interests in the
Middle East.
Which would you rather have Governor Rockefeller as Secretary of State
under President Nixon, or George Ball, our present UN Ambassador, a
State Department career man, that always favored the Arabs, if Mr.
Humphrey is elected?
Only a change of administration can leverse the deplorable drift
to consternation, chaos and confusion. Woe to our children if
the political and social conditions existing continue.
I believe with our hearts that you and other intelligent, concerned
members of our community, regardless of political affiliation, should do
their utmost to defeat Wallace in this State without regard to other
states, and this can only be done by voting for Mr. Nixon.
Sincerely yours, LEON J. ELL
TO MY ZIONIST FRIENDS:
It is my considered opinion that the election ot RICHARD NIXON a d
tor the best interest ot our domestic stability and progress. I further feel thai ning
and experience he has the understanding and the resoluteness to meet the many challenges
that foreign problems present.
In particular he realizes and has asserted that Israel represents the real and only rel
friend in the troubled eastern Mediterranean and that it is in our national interest to aid i1
that Israel will be able to preserve its integrity and to defend itsell against the avowed Arab
assertion to destroy it.
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Volume -I NV
West German NPD
Suffers First Setback
The latest election results in the
West German state of Lover Saxony
rave to '.he extrenrst rightwina N'a-
:ic:-..-.'. Democratic Party NPD 5.2
percent of the copular vote compared
with 7.1 oerc^nt that the neo-Nazi
party cot in 1367.
While the election reflected de-
velopments in only one West Ger-
~an state, the result-? represented
the first reversal of a trend in that
country that had shown a stp-odv in-
crease for the NPD even thouah their
candidates never coiled more than
ten percent of the electorate.
'.'.'hen the rightwing party bsccn
winnina seats in various state parlia-
ments, fears increased that even c
small number of seats :r. the rec~rcl
Bundestaa miahl aive th> NPD s.ar.i-
rani leverage in coaliticr. negotia-
tions.
Cc?ervers both inside cr.d out-
size the Federal Republic expressed
alarm and demands were heard for
a ~z :cc:.or.s.
The wiser elements among '.he leadership
cf postwar Germany are keenly aware o: the
harm done to the Federal Republic by a party
which even remotely resembles Hitler's Nazi
Party.
Even NPD national chairman von T-.adden
has tried on numerous occasions to deny that
.-._s party was neo-Nazi but statements and
policies of party ideologists have served to
confirm the NPD image as a rightwing extremist
faction.
Reaction from abroad has included genuine
concern on the part cf western leaders over a
possible resurgence of Nazi ideolcay as well
cs open threats bv Soviet officials over the
dangers inherent in a neo-Nazi showina of
strength.
There is no doubt that re;ec*ion bv the vot-
ers of the NPD candidates is far better than any
attempts ct initiating action in the courts to out-
law the party a move that has little likeli-
hood of succeeding in anv case.
What remains to be seen, however, is the
motivation behind the apparent rejection cf neo-
nazism by a growina body of German voters.
If Soviet threats were really rssocr.sible for
the latest election results, the cc-se of demo-
cracy in West Germany will not have been
advanced to anv significam derree. Results in
other s'ates and subseouent Federa1 Bun da stag
elections will meas-re the true character cf the
reeaucction of the G?rmai n = oo'e.
f0^f\CU0^U)O\
$flfo is
coordinating end pi
A b nilding ere the d!c: '- -
structure fcr the Bureau of Jewish Education as
well as for other airiliatea sgenci
a:cc:.izatior.s.
Not only will this serve to
quarters under en ezz:. mi rrran
all concerned out il will a so encourage a
degree cf cooperation and coordinated cc ivi-
lies.
While the future growth and oroaress c: the
Federation and the community wi 1 largely ze
nend en the leadersn.-p now end in the years
to come, the new headcuarters can help in
the task cf maintai-i-.rr and broadeninq the
services wherever needed.
A Milestone For Federation
a rcpidly char.g.nq civilisation with de-
*elopmeni and plcnnina assuming crowing
rr.ocrtcnce, the recent announcement bv the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation cf the cur-
chase of a building site comes as welcome
news rnd will undoubtedly be a significan'
milestone in the progress of the Jewish c:m-
muntty.
The choice of the site and the clans for the
r.ew building are the results of a corr.Dreher. sive
study of ;he needs of the community the nat*>*
and rcpid r--wth of wh;ch has rendered such
._ -.-,.....,, :_ m0 ^,,,
Tne location of the site on Biscavne Bl
at -: m tie rteri* '--- to
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Tl -.-.-,0. s..?-, expected tc
he Jioi'd in the nw a ~-t-.....' enable th*>
Federation to serve cs en efficient means ol
U-F Residential Campaign
This week marks the ooening of the i
dentiai portion of the 1935 campaign c: |
United Fund of Dade County and ;he home-
strech in this year s e::c:;3 to attain c goa
54.452 900.
Although it is the lerces: ox thai th
United Fund has evei oresents a 4
nl increase ever the amout i
yea: .: is c realistic :.:
The fad thai la-; ve-n 9 ~c i]
scries;; indicates a r?al
neec, unctions of th.
"3.
The agencies
e Ur drive rei
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Inves. .:i people aid we all I :.
simply a slogan but -.......g moa[ ..
Uve approach to solving the oblems I
living.
While everyene benefih in terms of a b
ana healthier commur tv a number ei
.sh agencies are direct recicients of U
ri:na c; a
rn^uc- ImDortancs is -h :: .
Lniteo Fund offers the of aU -a
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Air Ace Will Address
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Beth Torah Bond Fete Reader Raps Wallace As 'Bigot'
(JifHi Itzhak Yavneh. one of Is-
rael's outstanding heroes who is a
former Air Advisor to the Com-
mander of the Israel Defense
Forces will he guest speaker at the
Temple Iinh Torah Israel Dinner
of State at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Fontainebleau Hotel, ii has
been announced by Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz. rabbi of Be'h Torah, and
Samuel Fox. dinner cha rman.
(Jen. Yavneh will confer the
I Jeru>alem-Tower of David Award
I upon Israel Mandel. synagogue and
I community leader, for his lifelong
I service in behalf of Israel.
Heading the dinner committee
| with Mr. Fox and Dr. Lipschitz
I are Morri- Goldfarb. cochairman;
I Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Ettinger.
I chairmen of the committee of
I hosts: Joseph Golden, congregation
president; and Sidney S. Levy.
president of the Men's Club.
Gf N. ITZHAK YAVNtH
Mr. Fox noted that the evening
Will be a festive occasion, in cele
: brat ion of Israel's 20th anniver-
}.s..:y There will be a champagne
reception at 7 p.m. in honor of
IGen. Yavneh and music for the
lancing will be provided by the
[famed Continental Society Orches-
tra Joey Russell, widely-known en-
Itertainer who recently returned
Ifi J.n Israel, will offer a special
Ipro^ram of entertainment featur-
li.i; the latest humor from that
|t tuntry. Russell has starred in
: nerou.- night clubs and hotels
I .in,l the country.
ion. Yavneh has served Israel
ith distinction as a military strat-
ti < and pilot in the Air Force in
iree wars. While on active duty.
le fulfilled numerous top-level al-
ignments, and served as a senior
flight instructor
Durinj :he Six Day War in the
Hi Idle East, Gen Yavneh took an
l live part in the Sinai operation
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-Jewisti fhricfirtr
Fridav. November r-sj
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\cinmciit bu:
mm cohen
Credibility Of The Press
' small v. aj. the contest
I State's Attorney in Da l<
"-'on ty is ection of our na-
"\A dilemma in thi- election
'>-.ii Credibil tj
1 >ne listens to and reaii- I
.-tat mem- o: -he candidates for
:.!i iffices and. depending upon
he degree of sophistication..
mak- his mind upor so the
hook says. The dilemma, of
eour-. is that he more knoul-
<'<1-' i- find it more and
mor. : \. believe an\:hin_
WC M-r or read these days and
toi this rrowful state our com-
' on- media must bear a
eavj :-< sponsibility
Certain elements of that re-
spoasibilitj are written into the
for radio and television, but
K listen- to the local talk
-hou vitfa .1 sinking feeling
thtt laws cannot overcome the
nee. narr' in ness
and ...- A most of the men in
h.,: ,i >! the microphones At one
IK the !au< of libel afforded
..-iinst exce--
it the Supreme
' has -..ken thai away, to all
- as it atfeet- public
The t res against St:
stein pro-
example of where the
- I faith of the
>
N
-
spaper did not favor the re-
election of Gerstein The news
columns, suppo-edly "objective"'
had made it ail too plain in which
direction the Herald was going
A- the weird story of the "'bribe''
unfolded, the good faith of the
Herald in publi-hina the Huh
smith char.e was completely de-
stroyed. Not only did it headline
a questionable story that was
e;^h" year- old but it conspired
Gerstein's opponentthat is
the only interpretation one can
put on itto suppress other ma-
terial it had which would have
made it plain that any "pos-ibil-
ity" the story was true was a
complete improbability.''
The editor- can claim that they
have published both sides of a
controversial i--ue and therefore
they have discharged their re-
sponsibility toward "objectivity"
in their new- columns. As the
late Elmer Davi<. :, great news-
paperman and editor, once point-
ed out. "This is a noble theory;
but suppose that men who talk
on one side tor on bothi are
known to be kin. to serve their
own personal nterest r suppose
the} don't know what they are
talkir.. a I I- the pr -- then
erests of thi pub-
:. '
Dav
'. ,.-.'.: press
- hi McCarthy
was lo ist .v hi p publi-hed
rial thev
knew was false and helped to de-
stroy hundreds of reputations, nol
i -ay the faith of the American
people in their government and
Used the excuse that they printed
the news and objected editorially.
I intend no defense here ol anj
; tent to which corruption ha- in
fected government and our -<>
eiety a- a whoie I do vigorous!)
defend the righl : i ver) Vmeri-
canand a public official i- one
i c lai ged and trie d
erlj and my experience tells
me that a new-paper is not the
proper tribunal.
Ever) year the members of the
American .Newspaper Publishers
Association assemble in conven-
tion and spend a good deal of
their time eulogizing themselve-.
Certainly, there is cause for some
prai-e. The American press, with
all its faults, is at least as good
as any other nation's and obvious-
h more copious. But that isn't
really good enough
Perhaps for a beginning, our
pre-- radio and TV people should
start where the United Nations
Commission on Freedom of Infor
mation was able to after many
years oi battling By a vote of
six to nothing (with five members
actually abstaining, it finally
adopted an article which -ay-
only that reporters, editors and
commentators shall do their be-t
to make sure that the informa-
tion the public receives is fac-
tually accurate, with no fact will-
full) distorted and no essential
fact deliberately suppressed
Before voting next Tuesday,
apply that simple standard to
Miami's communication- media
to see whether or not the) have failed m ........ hen th ,.
tried to live up to it If the> have dorsements and cohmm
:-and I believe that in the meel the teat of credibility
, >f Dick Gerstein they have we have a nyh! to den
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Friday. November 1. 1968
* Unitt fltridHatti
Paqe 7-A
'
Humphrey's Campaign Picks Up MYear Vets- New Members Share
! a a Honors At B'nai B'rith Anniversary
Increasing support In Close Race
Members who have lH-lnnucd to mander, and Herman Sockaloii ma-
B'nai B'rith for more than 50 jor oi (he color guard.
Strengthened by the endorse
men! given him by Sen. Eugene
McCarthy, the New York Times
and hundreds of other newspapers,
as well as by .i sharp rise in both
the Gallup and Harris Polls, Vice
'resident Hubert II Humphrey
thi- week pressed his come-from-
i ehind campaign tor the Presiden-
ts of the United States throughout
Ihi 50 states.
\\ nli his Democratic running
mate, vice presidential nominee
\ln,.u; i Muskie, drawing praise
. ne oi the finesl standard bear
ers "ii ,i presidential ticket in mod-
ern political history, the Minne-
Mit.m found swelling crouds all
along the trail in the final days
i.i : ire Tuesday's general election.
In Florida, his supporters point
nut. a heavy vote m Dade County
coupled with | near even split be-
tween his Republican and Third
Party opponents could give Mr
Humphrey Florida's critical 14
electoral votes.
Joseph II Kanter of Miami and
Cincinnati, national chairman oi
the National Coordinating Commit-
lee for Humphrey, recounted Vice
President Humphrey's lifelong sup-
port oi the state oi Israel, liberal
cause- and his cl..... association
with the Minneapolis, Minn.. Mid
west and American Jewish com-
nunities.
SI nificantly, his first honorary
degrei came from Yeshiva Univer-
sity Since then both the Hebrew
Union College and Brandeis I'm
versitj have conferred honraryde-
rces "ii Mr Humphrey, and he
has won the Stephen Wise Award
oi thi Vnri nan .tew ish ('ongress,
the Histadrul Humanitarian Award
and numerous other national hon
ors." Mr, Kanter said
Sati inal president "i the Amer
Friends ol Tel Avi\ Univer
d a national chairman ol
the i niti I le\ isfi Appeal and "l
the Israel Education Fund, Mr
Kantei heads a committee which
includes such distinguished Amer
Jewish leaders as Leonard I)
Jewish Educator
Will Appear
\i Beth David
Dr Morton Siege), Jewish edu-
ratoi ii cl orator, w ill speak on
'Jewish Rducation in a Revolu-
lionai j Vge" at 8 j) m. TTiursday,
N"\ 7 at Beth David Congrega
Hon. 2625 S\\ Third Ave
The present director of the De-
partment oi Education, United
Synagogue of America, as well as
the director oi the United Syna-
gogue Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation. Dr, Siege! is the editor of
"Our Age," "Synagogue School"
and Your Child." and an Instruc-
tor "i the Seminary School <>i the
Teachers' Institute. Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America. He
has been associated with every
phase of youth work, having served
as director of Jewish Youth Camps
in the United States and as leader
of pilgrimages to Israel.
Bell. Jacob Blaustein, Louis Bro-
ido, David Dubinsky, Abe Fein-
berg, Jacob Feldman, Ambassador
Philip M. Klutznick, Robert, R. Na
than. Dr. Abraham Sac-har. Dore
Schary, Joseph D. Shane. Dewey
D. Stone. Benjamin Swigg and Je-
rome Weisner.
In a statement, the national co-
ordinating committee said. "One
presidential candidate oi the three
has addressed himself to the fu-
ture. He's the one who ha- been
ahead of his time all his life, on
arms control and the nuclear test
ban treat) on civil rights, medi-
care, the Peace Corps, the Job
Corps.
"One candidate of the three."
Mr Humphrey's supporters con-
tinue, "has faced the Issues. The
Others talk about problems He
talks about solutions He alone has
submitted detailed programs to
meet the great needs of our na-
tion "
The New York Time- endorse
ment said. "This critical era calls
for a leader with ideas, enthusi-
asm, energy and a clear moral
commitment. Hubert Humphrey is
such a leader."
In Miami Beach last February.
Mr. Humphrey was guesl Of honor
and principal speaker at the inter-
national celebration of Israel's
20th anniversary which launched
the 1 !(>!! Stale ol Israel Bonds
campaign,
VIP Sabbath Planned
The first VIP Sabbath, dedicated
to all Very Interested Parents, will
be observed at Temple Emanu El
at the regular Sabbath services on
Saturday. Mrs Jack Birnbaum,
chairman ol the VIP Committee.
has announced
The committee has invited par
cut- and children to worship to-
gether as a family and then join
Dr Irving Lehrman al a Sabbath
luncheon and informal discussion
session
year- will be honored and new
members will be inducted in a
special Menorah ceremony al the
125th anniversary program spoil
sored bj the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges at 7 30
p.m. Sunday in the Seville Hotel
Jack Levin, cochairman lor the
event, will officiate al the cere-
mony.
Rabbi Samuel S Jaffe, president
of the Rabbinical Association ol
Greater Miami, will accept a
plaque recognizing the contribu-
'. in- : the rabbis of South Florida
lo the Una: B'rith program
Maurice Wcinstein chairman ol
the Una; B'rith International Coin
til, will be the principal speaker
Paul Seiderman, president eleel
District Five, is chairman ol the
evening.
A presentation of the colors cere-
mony will be conducted bj the
Jewish War Veterans, Department
of Florida, under the supervision
of Michael Schechter, state com-
The "Sing Out America" choral
group and Dr, B A Kir-clicnbaum.
cantor ol Beth Mo-he Congrega-
tion, will be featured on the mu-
sical program.
other program participants are
Albert E. Pallot, who will Intro-
duce Mr. Weinstein; Bernard Lans-
Florida State Association oi
B'nai B'rith Lodges; Mrs. Arthur
Horw. i, th pi vice president, Dis-
trict Five, B'nai B'rith Womei
Helen Kurland, president, M ai
Women's Council: Samuel Pasco
in.- mi B nai B'i ith Council of
I i I.odue*: Richai I E.
it lornej. Judsc
I \ Friedman: Miami Bi a
Ma> or Ja> Dermer and !, ibbi
Kobrinet? new H I
ector ol the Universit> <: M i
one ''"' ;ps and chaplei -
B'nai B'rith ;v. South Floi id i are
participating in the birthday cele-
bration which is being observed
v orld-w ide
GM Science Show Slated
At Beach High School
Local students will take a look
into the future when the General
Motors "Previews of Progress"
science show appears at Jda Fisher
Hiuh School at 8:30 *;!;. Wednes-
day The -in.*, according to CM s
president. F.dftwM -N.''irte*. "seeks
to inspire more student interest in
science and engineering careers to
provide the trained talent America
needs to keep Dace with the prom
ise of the future."
Previews demonstrations de-
pict work being done today in the
research laboratories of America
and point out the contributions of
research to modern living. A two-
man team narrates the live show
in non technical language.
^ iVWc must clearly
indicate to Russia
and other enemie
of Israel
r^
d
that mi .mack upon her is the
same as an attack upon u>...
I have proposed that the
Sen.no oi the United States-
enter into a bi-lateral treaty
with Israel to lot everyone
know we stand shoulder to
shoulder with Israel...the
integrity and right ol Israel
to exist .is a nation must be
set forth once and for all...
I've urged the President to
immediately send Israel the
50 Phantom Jet Fighters
1 voted for in the Congress
to aid that brave nation in
resisting aggression. 44
Keep Dante Fascell in Congress*
He thinks* He fights^u win*
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Rabbi Aiulay
Rabbi Azulay Heads
Hebrew Teachers
For 10th Term
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. assistant
principal of the Hebrew Academy,
has been named pres:dent of the
Hebrew Educators Alliance of
Greater Miami for his tenth con-
secutive term.
The other
officers, com-
prising the Ex-
ecutive Bard.
are new this
year lor the
first time and
Rabbi Azulav
expres-ed the
that this
"young b'ood'"
would help to
stren I
' llild the teachers' allian
Mr
of Ti -st i
prt -'" ill :i Epel
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Da' i .,.f.
Mr- Chaya P
inle "
" I id F ee Iman
Miami, is
life president.
Members the 1 il Com-
Bi njamin Bi i '
n Louis Goodman
and Mrs R >salyn Seidel. Beth
Hrs /
Vavon an : Mrs Chana Arazi,
El: Itz -h ik Paeh-
Temple Adath Yeshurun: Irv-
v npie Men rah, an l
Kwitney of the He-
'. Ii my.
Az il y, ha is .il-o an in-
itral Hebrew
School : ': B ireau of Jew-
sa; th< lal of the
' i'.ti a -e the educa-
and ra the pay
< :- n scl ai hers
"Thi .....n and its
i people
lent in a
and his peace of
>si om workshop*.
I by
to request the
listai : the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association in hiring
0 n I y qualified licensed teachers
and adjusting their salary scale to
cover the high cost of living."' the
rabbi declared.
ITIHAK BEN-AHARON
Rabbi. Opposed To
Apartheid, Talks
On South Africa
Jews : S tuth \ rica: A
. Experii nee" will be dis-
bj Ral b An In I i
of Temple Eman-
il We?tvt o I. N.J.. Sundaj
. Greenfield Adull
Institute at Temple Israel of Gn
r VI .
The only rabbi to be dep rted
from S .'" Kti ica for political and
jpposition to apartheid.
I ..: will tell the little-
Known story oi one of the impor-
tant Jewish centers in the world.
n in Hungary in 1329. Rabbi
L'ngar survived the Hitler era in
... ai d emigrated to England
after World War II. He was or-
dained by the famed Dr. Leo Bacck
and served as an assistant rabbi at
historic West London Syna-
; gue before accepting a call to
South Africa in 1959.
Two years lal public op-
: t ion to apartheid licies in
sermons, articles and p; r-onal in-
i Ivement, Rabbi Ungar .'...- ex-
. .i d trom that land. He has been
serving the suburban New Jersej
... ition since then.
Rabbi Ungar ha* lectured extei
j hi. and abroad an:!
also ivi itten many articli |
lished in outstanding Jewis
es, He has made studies on
in lnd a and Eth
Israelite Sisterhood Plans
Traditional Friday Dinner
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
i a< lite Center ill h il I its tradi-
t'onal Friday night dinner Nov. 15.
at 6:30 p.m. in the synagogue's
social hall.
Chairman of the dinner is Mrs
Chester Leiter. Mrs Sol Koenigs-
berg is president of the group.
MR. JOHN S. KNIGHT
HE HAS A STAKE
IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE
DO YOU?
He has given to the Greater Miami Philharmonic.
Without help, this fine new orchestra ceases. Won't
you join him, and have a stake in our future ?
ma??
/U
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Veteran Member Of Knesset To
Address Annual Farband Dinner
Itzhak Ben-Aharon, veteran
member of the Knesset, will be
guest of honor and principal speak-
er Thursday night. Nov. 21. at the
annual dinner of the Farband-
Labor Zionist Organization in be-
half of the Israel llistadrut cam-
paign of Greater Miami.
Announcement of the visit by
Mr. Ben Aharon was made bj l'i
Leon Kronish, national vice
dent of llistadrut. and by Moe
Levin, president of the Greater
Miami committee. Kabbi Kronisli
a -i will serve as honorarj chair-
man of the dinner scheduled for
the Kontainebleau Hotel in Mian:
Beach.
Mr Ben-Aharon served as Min-
: Transportation and Com-
munications Prime Mil
: Ben Gurii n's I a! m t. and
.<..- k' j archi I -
merger ol three Israi
the United Labor Party He shared
thi ea Ii rship of th< Ach >
with Gen. Yigi \ ... now
!>-. puty Prime Minister.
A member of Kibbutz I
llayim since his arrival in
line in 1H38. Mr. Ben Ahar
serv< on both the
Foreign Affairs and Defi i
Kness
D rins W I War II.
hero of the British Army, assum-
the command ol Hie f*med
tine Brigade in Greece fol-
lowing the Nazi invasion of the
Balkan:-. When the Briti-h front
collapsed. Ben Aharon was in
command of a unit of 1.4(H) Jews
and 400 Arabi captured by the
Germans. He had earlier partici
pated m the British defeat <>t Lal
ian and Nazi units in .south Africa.
B. lore the war. Mr lien Aharon
I to found 'he pioneer j uth
movement. Hashomer Ii
and was prominent in II..
affairs, serving as secretary
Tel Aviv Labor Council Hi
hospitalized for several
after his release from pp.-on ,
effected by the United Stati
Infantry Division in Aprii :
A prolific writer and me
ael's most forceful spea i
idventures arc the subject
book, !..-. i ntile
i London.

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Parties Form Alignment
Continued tr jm Page 1-A
is, But there seem-
ed little chance that any of them
the Labor Part) as a
i
Moshe Dayan, Israel's De-
and a Rafi leader.
ed that he did not intend to

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api nti c ii
mittee of the Labor Party
pam, a committee whi
Prime Minister Levi f:
Golda Meir, former
ral of thi Labor 1
as o ice l rai .-::. \;.
Despiti ': irerl
- veterai
lion i

ajority i
sel aboi
rel ally i blish
nmenl eliminating i
.. tion govi n mi nts w
i k'aili Israi I at
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JEWISH NATIONAL
AHEAD IN 1967-68
"JEWISH NATIONAL FUND WORKERS ARE REDEEMERS OF THE LAND, THE
PILLARS AND FOUNDATION OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL," SAID DR. IRVING
LEHRMAN (left) AND JUDGE HAROLD B. SPAET, NEWLY ELECTED PRESI-
DENT OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND. IN A JOINT STATEMENT THEY
PREDICTED GREATER SUPPORT FOR THE FUND.
Sitting Left to Right: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Chairman Executive Board;
Nathan Darsky, Guest of Honor, Ben Giller, Pres. Greater Miami Zionist Coun-
indmg Left to Right: JNF PRESENT JUDGE HAROLD B SPAET; Joseph
Cchcn. Outgoing President; and Forthcoming recipient of the John F. Ken-
nedy Peace Award Medal and Abraham Grunhut, Vice-President.
Jewish National Fund officers during 5728, were: I. to r.: Jacob Fishman, vice-
president; Mrs. Eva B'um, recording secretary; Dr. Irving Lehrman, Founda-
tion Chairman,- U.S. Senator Ernest Grucning guest of honor; Mrs. Miriam
Comptroller; Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Abraham Grunhut,
vice-president; Benjamin Appel, treasurer,- Rabbi Abramowitz, Chain-nan of
the executive board.
MRS. BEULAH DAVIS, TAG DAY CHAIRMAN WITH 5728 AWARD WINNERS
Standing Left to Right: Mesdames Mollie Skell, Hannan Finn, Malke Shklair,
Gussie Heyman and Fannie Werner; Josepn Cohen, past president,
Mesdames Tillie Kirson, Lee Edelman, Rita Scheer and Sarah Rubel.
Seated left to right are: Dora Goldman, left and Mrs. Beulah Davis. Not
shown are Charlotte Fisher and Mrs. Rose Marcus, champion Tag Day collector.
H
HARD WORKING JNF DINNER COMMITTEE: Seated L to R Mayshie Friedberg,
Lester Bigelman, Abraham Fraidlin, Mrs. Miriam Press, Abraham Grunhut,
Vice-President, Herman Medow, Mrs. Ida Wessel, Mrs. Martha Heller, Stand-
ing I to r: Morris Minov, M=tx Corman, J Z. Stadian, Harry Rosen, Simon
Tetenbaum. Isaac Jacobowitz, Mrs. Ida Bookspan, Noah Krakower,
Bernard Silver, Sm Kagan, Max Aftachiner, Irving Cohen, Mrs. Max
Affachinor. Absent from picture: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Chair-
man Executive Board Benjamin Appel, Treasurer, Andre S. Bialolenki, Mrs.
Eva Blum, Recording Secretary, Cantor Saul Breeh, Joseph Cohen, Mrs.
Beulah Davis, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Sally Dermer, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Dubowy, Harry Feldman, Shmuel Fershko, Ezra Finegold, Jacob Fishman,
Vice-President, Mrs. Robert Garber, Max Hecht, Peter F. Heller, Bernard
Katz, Sam Kopkind, Philip Kraus, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Mrs.
Abraham Mason, Isidore Rifkin, Julius Rosenstein, Morris Sack, Mrs. Samuel
Sack, Sam Schachno, Financial Secretary, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, Oscar
Shapiro, Meyer Siegel, Ben Silver, Mrs.J. Z. Stadian, Morris Yudewitz, Mrs.
Anna Warren, Bill Weiss, Dr. Simon Wilensky.
Congratulating Judge Harold B. Spaet on his unanimous election as presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Photo shows I. to
r.: Judge Herbert Shapiro, chairman of the iawyers division; Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, chirman ot the Foundation; Judge Spaet; and Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dermer.
Mrs. Anna Warren receiving badge of honor trom Judge Harold B Spaet,
president of JNF, while Rabbi Mayor Abramowitz, chairman of the board
(left) and Herman Medow, the sp ttee Ice
Mayshie Friedberg (left1 and
Irving Cohen, top community
leaders who have had dedicated
themselves to help the Jewish
National Fund.
Lou Samuels, president ot the
Biscayne Democratic club and
chairman of citizen groups com-
mittee.
Cantor Saul H Breeh, chairman
ot the special gifts committee.
ATTEND THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND ANNUAL BAN 3UET, DECEMBER 8th, AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
GEN. S. L MARSHALL, MILITARY ANALYST AND NATIONAL PRESIDENT HERMAN WEISSMAN WILL BE THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER.


Pdqe 10-A
fJenis^ Fhrkfian
Friday, November 1.
1968
Lithuanian Jews Protest
Continued from Page 1-A
begin immediately. Prof. Glazer
said, in more than 150 colleges
and universities across the coun-
[ i -y
The Academic Committee also
released a 7.500-word study on the
ise ol anti-Semitism as an bistro-
"(' o' Soviet policy since the Six-
l)..y War bs Moshe De _
and Soviet affairs specia
The report charges ll .
feat ol (he Aral, am ,
1967 "precipitated a high-lev<
cision m the Kremlin to trai
its traditional hositditv i ,.,.'
and Zionism into somethin
naticaUy linked to and oiorci
inti-Semitic motifs
Members of the Residence end Hiqh Rise
LeadershiD Cabinet of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1969 Combined Jewi-h
Appeal Israel Em^rnencv Fund campaiqn
are (from left1: Lou Hanis, Harry Kimball.
Joseph Bernstein, Ben Essen, chairman, and
Abraham A. Grunhut.
ADL Consultant Workmen's Circle Guest Speaker
Bernard Shapiro, newly appoint-
ed community consultant for the
Florida Regional office of the Anti-
Defamation League oi B'nai B'rith,
will be the guest speaker at the
meeting of Branch 1050, Work-
men- Circle, at 8:30 p.m. Monday
th( (oral Gables Federal Bank
Building. 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Hi- topic will be -The Jewish-
Arab Question and Its Ri lation to
the 1 nited States."
Qualifications ol presidential
lates .mil the question of
> for will be discussed
b> three n sp akers at a special
ol the Meyer London
h 28 Workmen's Circle, at
8 p.m Friday in the Miami Beach
Bank auditorium, Wash
\\i and Eighth SI
Marx Lewis, representing the
I ol Labor.
AFI.-CK) of Flor'da and executive
secretary of Democratic Social
federation oi Florida: Max Gleib-
erman. a member Ol Ihe National
Executive Board of the Workmen'-
Circle; and Max Haskel, treasure!
of Branch 28. will participate in
ihe discussion
Frieda Levitan will present a
program of Jewish and Hebrew
>ongs
The North Dade an i Bi
Count) Branch 1064 of The Work
men's Circle will have a music ll
program at it- meeting Wednes
at 8 p.'li. in the Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Auditorium.
699 NE 167th St.. North Miami
Beach.
Lillian Pearl, concert violinist,
vviil be soloist. Ami Galinsky is
hostess tor the evening
I. 1. Peretz Workmen's Circle
LEVER 7-A
Member Jewish War Veterar.s, Beth Torch Congregation
and Knights of Pythias
Graduate of U. of Miami law School
| Former Municipal judge, City North Miami Beach
Practicing Attorney Dade County since 1949
Married Has 4 Children
Rep Pel Pnl Adv
ELI BREGER ...
Judge, District Court of Appeal
Culture Society will hold the first
ol its cultural meetings oi the sea-
son at 1 p.m. Friday in the Wash
ington Federal Savings Bank Audi-
torium. 1234 Washington Ave.. Mi
mil Beach. Mr- Mary Daniels.
secretary, has announced.
Dr I L'nterman, local author
and educator, will be guesl speaker
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' Practicing Attorney since 1952 Former
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as Associate Judge, Third District Court
ot Appeal Served as Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court of Florida Appointed
to the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit in August. 1967 Presiding Trial
Judge for the American Trial Lawyers
Convention -1968
education:..
Educated at University of Arizona Worked
his way through University of Miami-Juris
Doctor Now listed in "Who's Who in the
South and Southwest"
American Bar Assn. The Florida Bar
* Dade County Bar Assn. Past-President
Exchange Club of South Dade County
' Past-President, Phi Alpha Delta Honor-
ary Legal Fraternity Sigma Chi Social
Fraternity Received Perrine-Cutler Ridge
JC's "Good Government Award," 1967
Committee Member of Boy Scouts of
America 'Active Managing Khoury League
-7 Years The Epiphany Catholic Church
* Knights of Columbus Elks.
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^Bay, '-overr.oer 1, 1968
*. Jem"#> flnridirtr
Paae II-A
Richard M Nixon meets with General Moshe Dyan in Israel.'
immediately following the 6-Day War in June, 1967.

"Israel must possess sufficient
military power to deter an attack.
As long as the threat of
Arab attack remains direct and
Imminent, sufficient power
means the balance must be
tipped in Israel's favor/'
RICHARD M. NIXON
September, 1968
I
"The sufferings of the Jews of
Poland and other European
countries served as a reminder, at
a time when the world hoped for
peace, that men of good will
must battle against those forces
that spread prejudice and hatred."
RICHARD M. NIXON
New York Times, August, 1959
Richard M. Niion receives standing ovation attir addressing
B'nai B'rith Convention in September, 19*8.
Vice President Richard M. Nixon and his wife Pat at the
ruins it the infamous Warsaw Ghetto in August, 1957.
"In s ~ountry which provides
a method for peaceful change,
there is no cause in my view
that justifies lawlessness or
violence/'
RICHARD M. NIXON
September, 1968
CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR NIXON ... MAX M. FISHER, NATIONAL CHAIRMAN
BERNARD H. BARNETT, TREASURER
450 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022
MIAMI GROUP
DR. LAWRENCE ADLER -
SEYMOUR ALTERMAN
MRS. SEYMOUR ALTERMAN
DR. JAMES L. ARNOLD
HERBERT H. BERNER
HERBERT BLUMBERG
LEON J. ELL
JOSEPH GASSEN
IRVING GORDON
SAMUEL J. HEIMAN
NAT KOGAN
LEO LANDtS
MELVrN S. LANDOW
ALBERT E. LICHTENSTEIN
PAUL H. MARKS
ALBERT MORRISON, JR.
S. RONALD PALLOT
WILLIAM L. PALLOT
DR. ARTHUR J. PEARL
JACK PYMS
DANIEL M. RICHTER
ARTHUR STERN
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JOHN WEINSTEIN
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Friday, November 1, 1968
MARIAN SNEIDER
Life In The Soviet Union Is Hard"
MARIAN
pcared to be in
Moscow's synagogue is on a
narrow street reminiscent of East
New York.'' says Miami business-
man Bob Greenberg. who visited
the Soviet Union with his wife.
"We arrived
on a Saturday
morning The
services had
already ended
and some 75
to 100 people
were milling
about outside.
We walked
toward t w o
men who ap-
their thirties.
They were wearing yarmulkes."
The men greeted the Green-
bergs with "Good Shabbos" and
this was the beginning of a fas-
cinating exchange in Yiddish be-
tween Soviet and Miami Jews.
"The first thing the men want-
ed to know was who we were and
v.Hie we were from. It was ob-
.ious that we were tourists. I was
wearing a sports jacket and I had
a camera dangling around my
neck. When we answered their
liiestions. one of them said. "In
all -he world the Jew looks for a
Jew."
As the Greenbergs stood and
talked outside the Orthodox shul.
nee 'and more curious Russians
Irifted over to talk and ask ques-
: ins
"Is Dr. Spock out of jail?" they
asked sympathetically
"Is he Jewish?"
"Is Jonas Salk Jewish""
"What can a Jew do in Amer-
Greenberg explained that here
a Jew may become anything he
aspires to become and the
question was, if life in America
is good for the Jew. When he an-
swered that it is, the) wanted to
know if th's meant ; tod spiritual-
ly or good materialistically. He
explained thai it was good both
ways, whereupon one man asked
with "good natured sarcasm" if
America will solve its racial
problems.
It was Greenberg's turn. When
he asked. "Is there anti-Semitism
in the Soviet Union?" the evasive
answers amounted to a "yes and
no" conclusion.
"Was I free to travel and could
I get a passport easily in Amer-
ica? I told them that to travel
within the United States one does
not need a passport. They were
surprised." Greenberg reported
that in the Soviet Union "Jew"
is the only religious identification
stamped on passports.
"Are there Jews in the Ku Klux
Klan?" they wanted to know.
"Absolutely not." Greenberg re-
plied.
"What do you do for a living?" |
they asked him.
Greenberg. who is part owner
of Hi Fi Associates, told them.
They were curious about how
many people worked for him.
When he told them there were 35,
they asked how many there were
when he started.
"I told them there were just
two of us in the beginning and
this brought a big smile from '
them." says Greenberg When the
Russians asked if there were any '
problems in America. Greenberg
found his Yiddish inadequate for
all he wanted to explain. He .
needed an interpreter.
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The tourists had arrived
an Intourist guide who was
ing near the tar. She appear
know the neighborhood super!
daily and had implied thai I
n where the Jews
lived. Shi said she didn't kn -w
except that "these p
had special stores and killed
chicken- and prepared meat in
a strange way."
Greenberg summoned the girl.
She walked over arid spoke Two
men backed away They were
afraid. "She is a Soviet." one
said. "Speak Yiddish, no matter
how badly."
Further questioning revealed
that the congregation consists of
200 to 300 persons, most of them
older people. "But on holidays
like Simchat Torah. streets are
filled with 3.000 children."
Do the Greenbergs feel that life
in Russia is harder for the Jews
than for the others? "Probably
not." says Greenberg. "No re-
ligion Is 'in' in the Soviet Union.
Relig ous people are outside of
the mainstream cf Soviet society.
But this h not necessarily more
true oi Jews than of the other*."
In Leningrad the situation was
not much different There the
rnaip>?ne is larger i ut al i -
in iwn "We arrived
it i -i.....id's thre syna-
g igu ng the week and it
was closed We were taken l i i
and the Shamus :
i-ii i- nside 1 here m a
auditi : a Star ol David in
: :. hts, which the sha ni i
r us. He sal i there
were from 330 to 5C> regular
members but that on High Holy
Days the synagogue is jammed."
The Shamus went on to saj that
everyone is free to come here.
Some do. some don"t. He told us
that Jews may be anything they
want to be They may rise to any
position." Greenberg ha- a skep-
tical reaction to this but he says
it is only a feeling and he cannot
be sure.
"We visited the Jewish ceme
ter> in Leningrad. It was run
down and closed. There was a
ci nstruction shack and across the
front of the shack was the word
'Jew' or "kike' I didn't ores- the
issue by asking about it." he saj -
The cemetery was cluttered
and crowded but this was also
true of a nunnery cemetery we
saw. If 1 had to draw a conclusion
it would be that maintenance ai
btilining materials are not abun-
i: enough to provide sut:
care"
"Life in the Soviet I ,. ,
hard," say- Greenberg. ;
much harder tor them than
for u-. Therefore, it is hard
the Soviet Jew than it .
American Jew Much of the
Siiip is based on the intern
problems of the Soviet g.
nunt. In America there are
rective possibilities. Although
may take years to solve a pro
lem. having an open loeiet)
better. Here people can make
their own corrections. There the)
cannot. Before my visit there. 1
felt that American newspapers
and magazines were undulv hos-
tile toward Russian life. I expe
ed to see a more advanced society
in terms of the working p
and I didn't expect the clos.
tal*tarian state to be as obvious
as it was. I came away thinking
that the American writers had
been right. But this does not
change my view that the >nly
alternative to killing each ither
is to continue to be ope'
negotiate as best we can."
ELTON GISSENDANNER
IS A MAN YOU'LL BE PROUD
OF IN CONGRESS!

f:
m
MIAMI BEACH MAYOR JAY DERMER
presents ELTON GISSENDANNER a key
to the city for his co-operatjon to
MIAMI BEACH as a Legislator.
ROBERT KURWiTZ. who worked for both
DERMER and GISSENDANNER
looks on approvingly.
Tell your friends in
DADE and BROWARD COUNTY
to help elect


iday. November 1, 1968
+J(mistl Fkriaftrin
Page 13-A
if *4
Decisions Now Up To Dade Voters
South Profida voters will join in the 11th and 12th districts. In Democrats Edmond J. Gn<-
Dr. Michael Goodman (lefO. executive director of the Miami
vac t'.o.iai aeivice. en. w .\os .-.. .iui
. -..-r.-t;Vo rtir*e*tr -,f >,- r -!-"..... p's- onH Ro'a-id
Baxt, executive director of the New York F -'-rciti 1 Etj-
.. r,~A G-Hn"^ S?"-:-- .....nl mealing of
National Jewish Occupation-:! Council.
Problems Of Both Young And Old Are
Concern Of Jewish Vocational Service
(. nplii at ions created by the
Iraf! and military service in the
planning of young Jewish
day are among the many
m faced by youth to which
ami Jewish Vocation*' S......
- esper ally sensitive, it- exec-
director. Or. Michael Goo I-
Id 75 lay and professional
a meeting of the Na-
i iccuDational Council
\ 1 York recently.
IVS also trj ing to m I
> ol the aged l>j .. n 1
some form of vocational .1-
1 including that of -':< 1 I
. k. Dr. Goodman emphasize!.
der to bring hs agency
to the grassroots of the Jew-
inity, Dr. Goodman ex-
i hildren's Service and the
'. the V. ami JVS works '
isi Ij with the YM-YM HA
HERECOrMES
THE PEOPLE'S
CHOICE FOR
CIRCUIT COURT
MILTON A.
FRIEDMAN
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
Greater Miami, the Bureau of
1 h Education, the Jewish Fam-
area's temples and synagogui -
The Miami Jewish Vocations'
Service, wh'ch is a beneficiary f
both the Greater Miami Jewish
1 eration an the United Fund of
Dadi County, is 1.,cited at 318 .\W
their fellow Americans throughout
the 50 states Tuesday as they de-
cide on scores of national, state
and local offices in a general elec-
tion expected to attract record par-
tic'pation in Dade and Broward
counties.
Democratic hopes for victory in
the two most closely watched races
for President and for United
States Senator count on a par-
ticular^- heavy vote in Dade, the
state's most populous and tradi-
ion !y Di mocratic county.
Flori la's 1 lectoral votes are rated
a tossup among Vice President Hu-
>ert 11. Humphrey. Republican
nonvnee R chard M. Nixon and
hird party candidate George C,
Aallace, A rharp rise in Mr. Hum-
e, position in the polls has
.) nip ed >tate leaders here to 58)
hat ^ sweep in Dade could give
the D imo rats Florida's 14 elec
.oral voles
Tie same situation prevai
he race [0 succeed retiring Demo-
era I ate, with former Gov. LeRoy Col-
'ins facing a stern challenge from
Central Florida Republican Ed-
ward F. Gurney. a staunch con-
. n ative.
Democratic congressional incum-
bents Claude Pepper and Dante B.
Fascell face GOP nominees Ron-
>'d 1 ^"'rnu- and Mike Thompson
'.he luth district, embracing North
Dade and Broward counties, in-
cumbent GOP choice .1. Herbert
Burke encounters the popular for
mer mayor of North Miami, Klton
J. Gissendanner.
Judicial races on the ballot in-
clude three battles for Beats on the
Florida Supreme Court. Democrats
Joe Boyd. James C. Adkins. Jr.,
and Vassar B Carlton are opposed
by C. Richard Leavengood, David
L. McCain and Wade Hopping.
The Third District Court of Ap-
peals conte-t pits Republican Eli
Breger against Charles A. Carroll.
\ circuit court contest in the 11th
judicial district finds Judge Milton
Fiied-man, Democratic nominee,
ipposing Republican David Pep-
per, an appointee ol G \\ Claude
Kirk. Another GOP appointee of
K rk. Thomas N. Balikes, m<
lolin V. Ferguson, easy winner of
he Dem cratic primary, for the
nty's new juvenile judgesbip
post.
Republican Ray C. Osborne is
challenging Jess Yai borough for a
seat on the Florida Public Service
Commission in a statewide ,natch
Vnd one oi the most hotly con-
tested encounters finds State At-
torney Richard E. Gerstein opposed
by Republican Shelby Highsmith,
who directed Gov. Kirk's short
lived "war on crime "
Robert M. ilaverlleld. Lee U'u-
senborn, Robeit L. Shevin, Georg
I. Hollahan. Jr.. Ralph R. Postol
and Kenneth M. Myers are oppose'
by a GOP slate which includes
Veronica \! Peace. Leon Barles
Gerald J. Tobin, Edythe If Millei
Joseph A HcGowan, I'hilip S
Brewer. Norman S. Pallot am
William M. Manker.
House Democrats who have
position in legislative races n
Dick Renick, Lew Whitworth, Get
aid Lewis. Joe I, Kershaw. Harol
G Feathers tone, Robert C. Hectoi
and George I Baumgartner Ri
publican candidate, facing then
are W P Simpson. Joseph A. !'i
reira, Bob Lee, Roger Gunderson
Raymond Molina, Emil J. Raffe
ind Ralph II Bearden, Jr.
Seh 'ol board nominees for th<
Democrats are Ethel K Beckham
\\ a Brennei Meyers. Ben J She)
paid and Crutcher Field Harrison
rheir (if (P opp nents are Get
C. Dorste, Alan S Becker, t G
Chambers and Sh'rley Spellerberg
\ District .'* justice of the peact
ace finds Democratic ineumben-
Ruth L. Sutton opposed by Alber*.
E, Shrader, .ir constable contests
ill Republicans Melvin Schmitt
Paul Rohsky. Charles Kelly anr
Paul Gioia against John W. Gilbert
Ray B Bradley. Jay P Kendi icV
1 and Murraj Meyerson.
FIGHT
CRIME!
* Milton Friedman was nominated
fcr the Circuit Court Judgeship by
more than 62.000 of Oadt's citi-
zens as their choice.
* Milton Friedman served as Mu-
nicipal Judge for the City of Miami
tor 11 years four years as its
semcr judge, appointed by the lata
Mayor Abe Aronovitz and reap-
pomted by the late Mayor Robert
K.ng High.
* Through his leadership, this
court was awarded plaques as the
most outstanding among 5,000
cojris m the U.S. and Canada for
rehabilitation of alcoholics, and
his court was awarded first place
three years by the American Bar
Association as the outstanding in
the nation.
* Has sat as judge in over 100,000
court cases.
* Nominated as the "outstanding
citizen of Oede County."
\. S-M&ECT THE MAtf
?.^.WHO.-WIU. BE
V$ffl* PEOPLE'S JUDGE
KEEP ...MURRAY__________
MEYERSON
CONSTABLE-DISTRICT 5 (Miami Beach)
A Recotd oi ?Mc Sewice A VmmA Wlmaqi
CIVIC LEADER
i PROFESSOR OF LAW
A TRAINED LAWMAN
ATTORNEY
i KOREAN WAR VETERAN
Constable Murray Meyerson
was endorsed by the voters 3 to 1
in the May primaries for a
full term as your constable.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
LEVER 32-B
Endorsed By
MIAMI BEACH SUN
American Federation or Labor (AFL-CIO)
District 5 extends from Government Cut to
the Broward County Line and includes Miami
Beach, Surfside, North Bay Village, Bay
Harbor Island, Sunny Isles, Bal Harbour,
Golden Beach, Indian Creek Village, and
Golden Shores.
"I grew up in this area, attended our public
schools, and graduated from the University of
Miami School of Education and School of Law.
This area has been good to me, allowing me to
go to school, practice law, and in the duties
of the Constable's Office, to serve our com-
munity from day to day.
"I believe it is important that the Office of
Constableto be effectiveto be completely
free of political interference. Every individual
must receive the same treatment under the
law. It is also important (hat a Constable
should not only be on hand to serve the papers
which are needed for your protectionbut to
be constantly aware of violations of state laws
and crimes...and to take action to protect our
citizens.
"I have made no promises or commitments
beyond my pledge of public service to you, your
family and your friends. Your vote on election
day will be appreciated with conscientious de-
votion to this office."
SINCERELY,
Murray Meyerson
IU
ILTON A.
IEDMAN
f?iy&t(2>UHe... Vtotect Oust @itt$e*t4.


Paqe 14-A
* fc*f fkrkttor
Friday, Nove-nber 1, 1968
^ry^
ZOA Meeting To
Hear Israeli Hero
Sgt. Yossi Lapper. a graduate of
the Kfar Silver Agricultural High
School, which is
maintained by
the Zionist Or-
ganization of
America in Ash
kelon. Israel,
was to be the
miest speaker
at a communi-
ty wide meet
ins of the South
Florida districts
of the Zionist
Sgt. tapper Organization of
America at the Foontaineblcau
Hole! Thursday at 8 p.m.
Sgt. Lapper. 20. served in the
Israel Armed Forces as a sergeant
in the Tank Corps On the second
dav of the Six Day War. he fought
a ione battle for several hours, in
his tank which had been disabled
in the Khan Yunis. Gaza Strip. Al-
though he was wounded and alone.
he fought off several hundred Arabs
singlehandedly keeping them at
bay. a feat for which he was award-
ed the Tzalash Decoration, which
is the Israeli equivalent of the
Congressional Medal of Honor.
Ben Ciller, chairman of the
event, was to be assisted by Julius
J. Rosenstein. Sidney Raymond.
Abraham A. Crunhut. Max Pier-
man, Anne Otcbet, Abe Zallen.
s.mi Rappaport. Selma Hirshaut,
nan Katzner. Clem Lipman,
Meyer Siegel. Max Parness, Greta
Shubow, Morn-Simon. Cantor Saul
nd <;:! Rappapoii
11TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
STATESMAN *** DEMOCRAT
CLAUDE PEPPER GETS THINGS DONE
Pull Lever 3-B Tuesday, November 5
SEND OUR BEST TO WASHSNGTO
****
ELECT
LeRoy COLLINS
DEMOCRAT to the
U.S. SENME
*****************************************************k** **********************
FREE RIDE TO THE POLLS
ELECTION DA\ -TUESDAY, \OV 5
Call 534-8225
pi


iNovember 1, 1968
+Jml$l> norSdicin
Paqe 15-A
\itrfeivs Imposed After
>monstrations By Arabs
Recasting^ Of Programs Is I rgecl
ntinued From Page 1-A
dye Its purpose, authori-
cplained, was to identify
,articipatine in the disturb-
thus alerting parents that
laughters were involved in
of which many parents
Irove. According to military
iment sources, the demon-
hn- were parted by the girls.
Ire believed to be under the
nee f women teachers who
\i.ili nationalist women's
zations and include anti-
propaganda in their lessons.
the permission of the mili-
overnor, Jewish Telegraphic
-.irre>pondent Amos Ben-
isited Ramallah and El
.. that they looked
ns" with a younj;
y 16 '.lie only visible local in-
I; er the curfew went into
"He was clutching his books
the middle of the
Mr. Ben Vered reported
I., i toe y'a school in Ra-
th h;id nol been striking and
i rnment had given
"ion to suidents with books
main in school, going home
(' "
stale that the military governors
remain the sole legal authority in
their re-pective areas with power
to act as legislators when neces-
sary and to appoint local officials
and judges. Civilian functions in
the occupied territories will be
carried out by civilian officials
representing the particular minis-
try concerned, but measures initi-
ated by the ministries within their
spheres will be subject to the mili-
tary governors' approval, the min-
isterial committee decreed. The
ministerial committee on occupied
territories will lay down govern-
ment policy for them but the sole
address for residents of the areas
is the military governor.
Continued From Page 1-A
Lfjlo are not being reached and
must help increase Israel's skilled
manpower reservoir. The curricula
of ORT classes for almost 50.000
persons annually needs to be
sharply revamped to avoid obso-
lescence in the ways of instnic'ion,
so that graduates are equipped to
move occupationally with the tech-
nological winds of change." Dr.
Haber said. Noting a decline in
manual trades in the 21 countries
where ORT operates and a corre-
sponding increase of opportunities
for professional and technical em-
ployment, which meant that ORT
had to stress career education as a
means of opening wider 'he gates
of opportunity, he urged Increased
funding for ORT programs.
Canada's Secretary of State for
External Affairs, Mitchell Sharp,
reaffirmed his country's position
that Israel "has a right to live and
prosper, free from fear of strangu
lation by its neighbors." Mr. Sharp
applauded the manpower training
and economic aid program which
ORT has organized for 88 years.
Calling attention to technical as-
sistance projects of ORT in devel
oping countries, he described this
"other aspect of the organization's
I work" as having "great relevance
1 to the diminution of the immon-e
I
irities thai exist between the
rich and the poor peoples of the.
world." He termed Israel's aid to
imei [ing nations "an example for
the whole world that a young coun-
try with such great need for train-
ed manpower itself is willing to
divert some of its scarce resources
to help other developing nations."
Louis Broido. chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, re-
called that his organization had
been "working hand in hand with
ORT since 1947, supplementing
each other's efforts in a harmony
that has grown with the years."
.! relate I
r- and aul
iovernor<
terrrtniv
inisteriat
' velopment. the
ority of the mili-
nf the occupied
were defined by
.mmittee which
hem virtually total authority.
nni; only :< the Minister of
M' or the f'rime Minister.
newly established guideline--
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nounced the appoinlment of David
Herman as executive director, ef-
fective immediately.
For the past eight years. Mr.
Herman has been convention sales
manager of the Carillon Hotel He
was president of the Hotel and
Restaurant Employe*- I'ninn huth
iri New Vurk and Miami Beach for
20 years
Mr. Herman, who is immediate
Past Prevdent of the Florida chap-
ter. Hotel Sales and Management
Association, at the present time
holds the position of chairman of
the Toun-t Advisory Board of
Miami Beach.
Mr Herman, and his wif Paul-
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John, lives in New York and daugh-
ter Trudi is a piano major .1! the
University of Hartford in Con-
necticut
Realtor Board Jamboree
Slated for Everglades Hotel
The Miami Board of Realtors has
scheduled ns second annual Sales
Motivation .Jamboree for Thursday
at the Everglades Hotel
Broker-salesman Johnnj Masters,
who is a member of the Realtors,
and !ns big band wert to be on
hand 10 enteriam, and one of the
guest speakers was t< t Larry
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paper columnist.
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fewifih Floridian
Israel Admiral To Speak
At Menorah Bond Fete
li, Florida, November 1, 1968
Section B
cademy To Honor Julius Rosen
in- (Jack) Rosen of Miami
Bi and Baltimore, has been se-
Hd U guest of honor at the
annual dinner of the Hebrew
He in > of Greater Miami
B. Rosen, a leading supporter
^>rah Judaism and of the State
rail, will be feted at a $100-a-
ilt banquet at the Deauville
Jan. 12. with an anticipated
rd attendance of more than
]k : -mis at the black tie af-
biouncement of his selection
|ac. prance was made by Louis
lil/er. president of the He
rceptioi] Honors
imple Israel's
'w .Members
t a reception preceding the
pin. services at Temple Israel
Greater Miami Friday night,
families who have joined the
Kp' this year will be guests of
| congregation, meeting the lay
|jei> and rabbis of Temple Is-
speiial prayer service dedi-
ed to the spirit of protest in
ism has been prepared by
>bi Joseph R. Narot for Friday
kning in honor of the new fam-
brew Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach, largest Hebrew day
school in the South with a current
student enrollment of 613.
President of Gulf American Land
Corp.. Mr. Rosen is national chair-
man of the Torah L'mesorah Torah
Guardian Society, and last year
was honored by the nationwide or-
ganization which supports Hebrew
day schools at its annual dinner
in New York ("its.
In addition, he has been a prime
mover in the growth of Baltimore's
famed I'almudical Academy, which
this year became the largest He-
brew day school in the United
States. He Is a recipient of numer-
ous awards from Torah l'mesorah,
the Talmudical Academy, B'nai
| B'rith and other organizations.
Mr Rosen is a founder of the
| Harry S. Truman Peace Center of
the Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem, a director of the Baltimore
, Symphony Orchestra and a direc-
tor of Boys Town of Jerusalem.
An alumnus of the Talmudical
Academy, he attended Baltimore
City College. Maryland Institute
and Johns Hopkins University. Mr
Rosen is president of Guild L'ie In-
surance Company of America and
of Cane Coral Foundation. Inc. He
i also is president of Modern Air
Transport. Inc.. and Rosen Invest-
ment Corp., executive vice presi-
dent of Caves Development Corp..
JUUUS ROSEN
and vice president of G.A.I.C. Co.,
an Illinois corporation, and Brand
.Names, Inc.
Together with his brother. Leon-
ard. Mr. Rosen has been a na-
tional leader of the United Jewish
Appeal. State of Israel Bonds, the
Israel Emergency Fund and the Is-
rael Education Fund.
Born in Baltimore in 1919. Jack
Rosen sparked the foundation of
the national co-metics firm of
Charles Antell. Inc.. in 1949. be-
coming first its executive vice
president and then president of the
corporation.
Adm. Shlomo Erell. commander-
in-chief of the Israeli Navy, will
come to .Miami Beach on Sunday,
Dec. 1. to confer the Israel Prime
Minister's Medallion on Jack Ro-
sen, a national leader who has
been in the forefront on behalf of
Israel for many years and who re-
cently moved to Miami Beach with
his family from Baltimore.
A founder, with his brother
Leonard, of the Gulf American
Land Corp., Jack Rosen will be
honored at the Temple Menorah-
Israel Dinner of State to take
place at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Announcement that Adm. Erell
would personally confer the covet-
ed Prime Minister's Medallion
upon Rosen was made by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lead-
er of Temple Menorah.
Mr. Rosen, who has been the re
cipient of many honors for dedi-
cated service to civic, religious and
Israeli causes, resides with his
wife. Claire, and four daughters.
Edith Anne. 15. Amy Sue. 13, I ia,
9. and Judy. 8. on North Bay Rd.,
Miami Beach.
Adm. Erell. who has headed Is-
rael's Navy since 1960. was born
in the town of Petach-Tikva in
1920. As a youngster he joined the
Betar Movement, founded by Jabo-
tinsky. He studied seamanship in
the Italian Navy with a Jewish
group. When he returned to Pales-
tine he was arrested by the Briti-h
authorities and spent six months
in prison.
ADMIRAL SHLOMO WILL
II. the British permitted him to
volunteer lor the British Merchant
Navj He took part in the Dunkirk
evacuation and then saw duty in
the North Atlantic. In 1948. the
admiral joined the Israeli Navy,
which had as its function the pro-
tection of Israel's coast He held a
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year at the Royal Naval Staff Col-
lege at Greenwich.
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Navy under his command fulfilled
its pi incipal taskthe protection
of Israel's coast and Israeli ship-
ping, but details of the operation
cannot vet be told.
Adm. Erell and his wife make
their home in Haifa. Their daugh-
ter, who i- a regular officer in the
Israeii Navy, is 25; their son is
also in the Navy, and has recently
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of faculty of Brandeis University.
will speak at a dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 7. at West view
j, Country Club, 2601 NW 119th St.
The Brandeis University Club of
Greater Miami will serve as hosts
for the informal meeting, accord-
ing to Leonard A. Wien, president.
Miami attorney Lawrence A.
Porter is chairman of the affair,
at which there will be no solicita-
tion of funds.
Dr Diamandopoulos, who also
I aerves as chairman of the depart-
merit of philosophy at Brandeis,
came to the university in 1962.
and has since served in several
iey academic and administrative
.posts. He maintains a full-time
'teaching schedule and has risen
, through the academic ranks to pro-
Jlessor of philosophy In addition.
, to serve as chairman of the De-
: partment of Philosophy, he has
served as dean of Academic Ad-
ministration before being named
dean of faculty in 1967.
An orator of note. Dr. Diamando-
poulos graduate from Athens Col-
lege in Greece and then earned his
B.A., MA. and Ph.D. degrees from
[.Harvard University Before com-
ing to Brandeis. ho taught al Bates
College, the University of Mary-
land and Swarthmore College
From 1959 to 1967. he served as
a consultant in the history of phys-
ics at the Smithsonian Institution
in Washington. D.C., where he con-
tributed to the designing of the ex-
hibits in the Institutions Hall of
ihe History of Physics
During the last nine years he
has also served as staff lecturer
and director of the National Sci-
ence Foundation's Institution for
the History of Philosophy of Phys-
ics and Mathematics in Washing-
tn. D.C.. and ha.- written articles
for the American Encyclopedia of
Philosophy as well as numerous
reviews on books in Ancienl
Thought which have appeared in
such publications as Mind Ethics,
[sis, American Journal of Theol
and Classical Pbilol
At Thursday evening'* meeting.
Dr. Diamandopoulos. who lives
with his family in Chestnut Hill.
j Mass., will discuss the latest aca
I demic developments at Brandeis,
I now in its 21st year. The univer-
sity recently inaugurated its sec-
| or.d president, Morris Abram, and
| moved its first president. Dr Abra-
ham Sachar, into the position of
chancellor.
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(CONSERVATIVE)
ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION Of LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
FOR THE 1968-69 SEASON
GUEST SPEAKER, HENRY N. RAPAPORT
National President of the United Synagogue of Amencj
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Officiate
Cantor Zvi Adler Will Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the Direction of Mr. Eli Samuels
Zev Kogan l>
ZOA Speaker
Di Zi K -.:!:. attorney, lecttir
er and leader of I Xa
'ional Fui Gr U i
Miami, will be iiesl speaker at a
rneetin g of the 1 District of
he Zionist (irgan zati n ol Amer-
ica at 8 p :n Hondaj in the Wa-h
naton Federal Auditorium, 1133
\ormandv I>r it has been an-
nounced bj Ezra Pint rid, district
^resident Dr. Kogan has recent 1>
returned from an extensive study
Of Israel His topic, according '
Clem I.ipmar.. procram chairman
>f the district, will be "The Middle
East Today."
Assisting Mr Fineuold and Mr.
Lipman on arrangements for the
community-wide meeting are Dr.
ind Mrs Herman Ausubel, Isaac ,
Donen. Herman Frank. Harry ,!j
witz, Morns Minov (ill Rappaport. (
Isidore Riffkin, Meyer Siegel and
Dr Ben Zuckerbraun.
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Nixon Backers Press
For Support In Miami
With a lead in major polls and
endorsement of a majority of the
ration*- newspapers, in-- confidence
reflecting a well-organized and en-
thusiastic campaign, former Nice
President Richard M, Nixon this
week neared the climax of his sec-
ond bid for the nation's highest
office.
Defeated by the late John F.
Kennedy in one of the closest pres-
idential elections in American his-
tory and beaten for governor of
California two years later. Mr.
Israel Authority Speaks
At AJC Chapter Meeting
Paul Kwitney, Israel authority,
was to speak on "Israel's Dilemma
Peace Through WarOr is There
an Alternative?" at an open meet-
ing of the Aviv Chapter. American
Jewish Congress, at the home of
"Mrs Atraham Paycher. 4427 Nau-
tilus Dr., Miami Beach, at 8 p.m.
Thursday.
Mrs. Jerry Zeltzer. president of
the Aviv Chapter, is chairman for
the evening.
Claude Pepper's
Campaign Cains
Momentum Here
Rep. C laude Pepper's campaign
for reelection to the I'.S. House of
Representatives confined to gain
momentum this week as the vet-
eran congressman spoke throueh-
out the 11th Congressional District.
The Democratic nominee, whose
long service in the United States
Senate established him as a lead-
ing spoke-man for the New Deal.
\\.i- been one of the most ardent
champions of the State of Israel
since its inception. During Israel's
successful fight for recognition by
the United States and the United
Nations, then Sen. Pepper played
a key role in gaining public and
official ^-upport for the creation of
the Jewish state.
Since his return to Congress.
Rep. Pepper has regained national
prominence in the administrations
of President John F. Kennedy and
Lyndon B. Johnson as a leader for
progressive legislation. His per
sonal initiative, in securing Fed-
eral funds for such Florida projects
as Interama, Interstate highways
and educational programs', has won
him awards from more than 10 dif-
ferent organizations as the state's
most effective member of Con-
grits.
Nixon's comeback thi- year has
been called "the political come-
back of all time."
His Florida supporters said this
week thai Mr. Nixon is runn'ng <
neck and nock with former Gov.
George Wallace in this state, and
hope for a strong .hewing in South
Florida to offset the Third Party
candidate's apparent strength in
North and Northwest Florida.
The national committee known
as Concerned Cit'zens for Nixon,
headed by United Israel Appeal
president Max M. Fisher of Detroit
and Palm Beach, this week em-
phasized Mr. Nixon's record of
support of the State of Israel. Mr.
Fisher is former general chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal and
headed both the Detroit Jewish
Federation and the United Fund
in the Michigan metropolis at the
same time.
In a statement to the B'nai
B'rith Triennial Convention which
took place in Washington. DC. on
Sept. 8, Mr. Nixon said. "Israel
must possess sufficient military
power to deter an attack. As long
as the threat of Arab attack re-
mains direct and imminent, suffi-
cient power means the balance
must be tipped in Israel's favor."
In a letter to Rabbi Israel Mil-
ler, chairman of the American
Conference on Soviet Jewry. Mr.
Nixon said. "I have long been
aware of the plight of Soviet Jewry
and. as you well know, I have ex-
pressed my deep concern on many
occasions. Jews in the Soviet Un-
ion, even more than other religions
and minority groups, are subject
to special disabilities. They are de- |
nied the free development of their
educational and cultural institu-
tions. I deplore the discriminatory
measures imposed upon the Jews
1 in the Soviet Union, and I hope
and trust that humanitarians
throughout the world will continue
vigorously to protest these restric-
tions and deprivations of human
' rights."
Mr Nixon visited Israeli Prime
, Minister I.evi Eshkol in Jerusalem
in June, 1967. just 12 .days after
Israel's victory in the Six-Day War.
Begin Late Friday Services
Temple Menorah will resume its
late Friday evening services for
the 1968 1969 season Friday at
8:15 pm. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Fetdman and
the Temple Menorah choir under
the direction of Howard New will
officiate. Rabbi Abramow itz will
speak on "Politics and the Pulpit."
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VP, Florida Justice of Peace and Constables Association.
Ex-President, University of Florida Alumni Association, Miami Chapter.
32 Years Res'dent of District.
Married, Father of Three
U.S. Air Force Veteran.
Ex-High School Teacher, Successful Coach n-H Athletic Director, 10 Years.
Graduate, Miami Ei'ison High School, University of Florida.
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Why we believe in
Hubert Humphrey
Law and Order
Because of his devotion for more than two
decades to the human rights, civil rights,
and equal opportunity for a11 Americans, as
Mayor of Minneapolis, as U.S. Senator, and
as U.S. Vice President. We believe he is the
best qualified to bring about harmony and
orderly progress, urgently needed in our
ui-ban areas.
Human Rights
Because he has vigorously fought bigotry
and discrimination at all levels against black
and white and is the only candidate to cham-
pion the integrity of the Supreme Court.
We look to his election as the best safeguard
for our fundamental democratic freedoms
Social Reform
Because in his 2:) years of public service he
has initiated and fought fur the great social
reforms, now a part of the American life, in-
cluding Medicare, Aid to Education: Aid to
Retarded Children; the War on Poverty. We
know that his continued leadership is im-
perative to spur advancement of social prog-
ress for all our citizens.
Israel
Because he has demonstrated his support
for Israel at all the crucial stages of its crea-
tion, survival and development these past
20 years; and has been outspoken against
Soviet anti-Semitism. We know that his
commitment is heart-felt and not an elec-
tion year posture.
World Peace
Because he has worked for two decades to
end the threat of atomic war, initiating the
creation of U.S. Arms Control and Disarma-
ment Agency; the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty;
the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, The
Peace Corps. We agree with The New York
Times that he has "the character, courage
and judgement to lead our nation."
Peace in Viet Nam
Because he has said he will stop the bomb-
ing of North Viet Nam; arrange for a cease
fire; de-escalate the participation of U.S.
Iro<}. We feel he is the 1 >est man to achieve
a prompt negotiated end to the war in Viet
Nam.
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Secretary Health.
Education & Welfare
Washington, D.U
Jacob Blaustein
Baltimore, Md.
Louis Brnido
New Yoik City
David Dubinsky
New fork City
IrvingJ. Fain
Providence, K.I.
Abe Fein berg
New YorkCity
Jacob Feldman
Dallas Texas
Rose I.. Halprin
New York Citv
ChairmaWoseph H. Kanter, Ciri
Asso. Chairman* Dr. Dewev D.
Rabbi Abraham J.
Heschel
New York < ly
Charlotte.I acobson
New York City
Philip M. Klutznick
t hicago. Illinois
Robert K.Nathan
Washington, D.< .
Dr. Joachim Prinjj
Newark, NewJei sey
Henry N. Rapuport
White Plains. NY.
Senator Abraham A
Ribicoff
Connecticut
Hon. Howard J. Samuels
Admimstratoi Small
Bminess Administration
Washington, D.C.
cinnati, Ohio; Miami, Fla
Stone, Brockton. Mass.
Prof. Seymour Seigel
New Yoi k City
Joseph D. Shane
I-o> Angeles, CaL
Dote Schary
New Yoi k City
Dr. Ah) am Sachar
Boston Mass.
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San Francisco, Cal.
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Loa Angeles.Cal.
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Boston, Mass.
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Friday, November 1, 1968
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NCJW To Discuss Resolution Changes
At Greater Miami Mini-Convention
A Mini Convention, to discuss
possible changes in the national
resolution- of the National Council
of Jewish Women has been called
by Mrs. [rving Wexler, president
of the Greater Miami Section.
Planning the agenda for the con
ference which will be held at 0:30
a m. Monday in the Ruby Audi
torium of the .Jewish Home for the
Aged, 151 NK 52nd St.. are Mrs.
Norman Cohen, vice president of
public aftairs; Mrs. Harold Greene,
Section Study group chairman, and
Mrs Arthur Gilbert, Section legis-
lation chairman.
Divisions (>f the NCJW, Greater
Miami Section, will hold their
monthly member-hip meetings on
Wednesday
"Sock it To Me"The Council
story in Song-will be presented at
i...\ division's annual membership
luncheon party in the Singapore
Hotel, 9601 Collins Ave Hal Har-
bour The skits participants arc
Marie Balaban, who will be accom-
panied on the piano by "Ducky"
Duckman, with Mrs Adrian Thai
an narrator
Any member who ha- joined Bay
division since March i- invited as
a guesl to attend the luncheon, s.'t
.'iir noon
Mr- Vivian Edwards is member
ship vice president; Mrs Philip
Friedman is president.
Charles Whitehead, Miami Her-
ald columnist who covered man)
aspects of the Liberty City riot-.
^ ill address Coral division at in
membership party in the Pythian
Hall. 4tioi W. FlaglerSt.. at n a.m.
Brunch will be served free to all
Coral division paid-up members
Mrs. Melvin Shapiro Is president
and membership vice president is
Vlrs Men Kazan
Indian Islands will present a
musical skit entitled. "Nautical but
Nice" .it it- annual membership
uncheon meeting in the Algiers
Hotel, 'J.:>">r> Collins Ave Miami
Reach, at noon. New members will
be guests.
Included in the cast of the skit
are Mr- Benjamin Greene, Mrs.
Ben Horowitz. Mrs. Michael Mcr-
leK Mrs. Hyman Mint!, Mrs. Jack
Schwartz, Mrs. Mehync So.nmers
and Mrs. Rudolph I tal. Mrs. Abe
Solosko will accompany the casl
>n the piano and narrating will be
Mrs. Henry Schwartz.
Mrs. Melvyne Sommers is presi
dent and Mrs. Henry Schwartz is
membership \ ice president.
i
I. ncoin division will meet at the
Algiers Hotel. 2555 Collins Ave.
Miami Reach, for coffee and Danish
.it noon, when Mr-. Edyth Geiger
will review the current best seller,
Heaven Help t Is!" by Herbert
Tarr.
Mrs Cye Wechsler is president
An entire Council day is planned
for Shores division, beginning a!
9:30 a.m. at Westview Country
Club, 2601 NW 119th St The divi-
sion's first study group of the year
will be concerned with the Kernel
Report Mrs Norman Cohen, vice
president ol public affairs, Greater
Miami Section, will Ik- the discus
-:on leader Mrs Irwin Loman is
study ami discuss.on chairman for
Shores division.
Luncheon will be served at 11:30
i .n. with Mrs. Philip Pearlman,
Division president, presiding, after
*hich James Matthews, a member
>f the Community Relations Board,
will speak on the Kcrner Report
"Remedy for a Riot," a film pro-
lined b> CBS and distributed by
the Anti-Defamation League will
also be presented followed by a
luestion and answer period

Dr Leonard Britton, associate
superintendent of Dade < ountj
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South Dade division meeting at 9 IS
i in in the Sweden House, 14875
S. Dixie Hwj President is Mrs
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Among the leaders planning the seventh anniversary ball
of Cedars of Lebanon HosrMtal are 'from left): Mrs. Harry L.
Lewis Mrs. Saul Si'barman and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg. The
black-lie dinner-dance b slated for Nov. 16 at the Fontaine-
blecu Hotel.
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Mrs Martin Sobol has joined
lie siati ol the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, a- activities super
visor for the North County YMHA,
it has been an-
nounccd by Ef-
raini II. Gale,
executive di-
rector
.Mrs. Sobol is
a native ot New
York hut came
to Hollj wooil as
a child, and at-
tended Broward
County schools
before earning
her B S m Ed-
ucation at Florida State University.
>hc has been employed as a recre-
ational therapist at South Florida
stale Hospital and by the Recrea-
tion Department of the City of
Hollywood, where she supervised
afl< r school acti\ .ties and was the
w ater-safety instructor
In her new capac't) she v ill be
supervising the after-school and
leena e activities of the North
. ounty YMHA, the temporary lo-
cation hi which .- 16951 NE Fourth
A\ e After school programs are
pervisor
scheduled for Mondays. Tuesday-
Wednesdays and Fridays Senior
High schoolers' Friendship Club is
to be held from 7 to it p.m on
Tuesdays \ new Junior High
Friendship Club program is ex-
pected to be started soon
Group Will Tour
Variety Hospital
Unite i er il True S sters,
Miami Chapter 4:;. will hold its
annual M "ship Day at Variety
Children's Hospital Monday begin-
nin. Mrs Nona Traven,
president has a nnounced
Mrs. M >rt n Elterman will be
rman 'I lay and vocalist
Mrs Ben ia Ziegler will enter-
tain.
New mem lers will be taken on
-i coi lucti tour of the hospital.
Including the Tumor Clinic, which
is supported by the True Sisters
organ zat in i I Gerard W Fraw-
ley, Variety's executive director,
will tie presented with a check for
the hospital.
Mrs. Traven recently announced
that Miami Chapter 43 has donated
mere than S60 000 north of X-Raj
therapy units, portable X-rays
i I ii ilyi er, examination r wins
and drugs to the hospital.
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inthrop Til
L>- vice, and Sylvia traveled ac: I
with ': he went to Europe, sh
with then' I rs( bon Ror
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:-. H was called Operation Reunion."
After they returned to New York, where Dave et
idy were
to feel he had oi life i e ai
traffic, s I gging*
It was
isted at once, but se. it took S
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Asscciatioi I -
. began to
ned to love Miami.
For a time >he worked nd's
sening as president of Temple Sii Sisterhood, of which
?he is now program cha \ charter member of the
Robyn Tubin chapter of the City of Hope also on
the steering committee thai brought the '.'. men '
of the Parkway Genera! Hospital into being and is the
president of the Auxiliary, a group which takes ^reat pride
in giving scholarships to encourage young people to choose
cai- the fi<--ld of health Sylvia finds being president
fascinating and a challenge, as well as one of the
things she likes to do bestwork with peo|
Sylvia and her husband isophy of
They be! mid enjoy
-iembering that you owe some
"> ar.d : ,,ce on
lelpii
. their sel i
- "-.at she owes a debt to hum;
The phor. been a problem in the Cr
-olved th her line
. : tough
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attei the I'nh
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\ of Sylvia's 1
She bees ted in ex
and Society, becoming a bird-
- done either de luxe, stoppii
luxury hotels, or "rou_: ins. it. in their Acache trailer.
To celebrate their 25th weddina anniversary in April, they
went to Rome. And just recently they completed a four-
week stay in Europe, where after a flight to Luxembourg
rented a car and leisurely drove all around, visiting
places they had been before in Germany, and comparing
"then'" and '"now "
Sylvia, who had made both the swimming and golf
teams in college, in spite of the fact that she never com-
peted on either, due to the meets and n being
scheduled on lab science days, has now given up golf as
being too time-consuming, claiming there aren't enough
hours in the day or days in the week for her She i
manages, however, to play some bridge, and while by the
wildest stretch of the imagination you couldn't cali her
the Perle kfesta of Miami, she does like to have people
over, a few at a time.
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Temple Iteth Sholom'.s Israel
Dinner of stale, held recently at
tiie Hilton-Plaza Hotel, had as its
gue-ts ot ho lor Claire and Jonas
Biotman. Mi Brotman chose a
gown u! black velvet with empire
waist, a low-cut square neckline
and bodice embroidered with
silver lame and jeweled with sil-
\ 11 an i crj stals.
Mrs, Marvin Cooper, whoso
r isband was chairman of the
< \ ent, > hose a mint gi e< n silk-
mohair fabric tor her gown -i
matching ci at. The bodice ot her
f. wn and tile sleeve, of iier coat
\ ere headed with green and sil-
ver crystals.
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h's wife was
in a yellow brocade gown. The
modified bateau neckline which
dipped to a V in front was handed
with jewel trim. From Israel,
the wife of guest speaker Gen.
Yaacov HefetZ was wearing a
< eep red silk with a burgundy
geometric print.
Mrs James Alberts white >ilk-
.i.iir gown was banded at the
hemline and around the long
eves with white mink. A white
i iffon ensemble was worn by
Mrs Samuel Pollock, the gown's
t ieer long sleeves contrasting
with the silk-lined, sleeveless
floor-length coat. The ensemble
featured an overall silver em-
broidered floral pattern, and a
looped fringe ol silver caviar
beads trimming the neckline and
nt opening ol her coat. White
i liffon a- also the choice ol
Mrs. Harry Grcenberg. Her halter
11 kline w as jew .'1 encrusted,
I free flowing pannier hu
Imosl to the hemline in the back
Ice-blue chiffon was worn by
Mrs Si Iney An in. The bodice ol
her gown was trimmed with jew-
els, and gundy satin sash
encircled her waist. Mrs Anne
Grossman wore a multicolored
floral print silk challis which she
had bought in Greece. After the
dinner she left for a late flight to
Greece, where she had been in-
vited to attend the Kennedy-
Onassis wedding festivities.
Mi- George Mlldenoff's deep
. i n and gold silk brocade had
COllete neckline and bl
sleeves which were jewel
encrusted with matching green
and geld.
Mrs Harry Singet Id se
quined gown was ;mbroidered to
create a scall< ped yoke effect anil
en the pattern changed to a
i imetric motif. A warped silk
print was selected by Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag. The floral motif
was dominated by greens and
brown> and her matching stole
was lined in emerald green. Mrs
David Drucker's figure-molding
Goya-red satin featured a sequin-
ed hodice. Gold brocade, in the
oriental motif, was worn by Mrs
Zebulon Brodie. Her sleeveless,
hip-ler.gth jacket was embroid-
ered with gold bugle beads at
the neckline.
Honey beige point d'esprite
WIS the choice of Mrs Harry
S nith. Her stand-up cowl neck-
line was in triple rolled bands.
and the gown was over satin.
Champagne-colored brocade was
selected by Mrs .lack Abbott for
the evening. Her classic styled
i isemble featured jeweled but-
tons on the coat Mrs. Howard
V ller's gown combined black
i white satin The fitted bodice
v. p i' 'inline hand were in
i tl the w ^ ti sert Jet
np crystals d( e in-
-i ams,
If you have <> quest'on that you
would like discussed, please write
to Mrs. Zipp, in care of The Jew-
ish Floridian, and when possible
it will be answered in a future
column.
Participating in recent irstailution cere-
monies of the Sisterhood of S'cy Lake Syna-
qoque weie (horn left): Mrs. S'anlev Kestin,
cooidinatmq chairman; Mrs. Max Heimowitz,
social chairman; Mrs. Ralph Deutsch, hon-
orary president; Rabbi Jonah E. Canlan.
Technion Plans
Garden Party
The South Dade Chapter. Wom-
en's Division of the American So-
ciety for Technion will hold a
membership coffee in the gardens
of the home ol Mr- Irwin Jacobs.
5550 SW 60th Ct at 10:30 a.m. Fri-
lay.
Receiving guests will h-1 Tech
nion'i president. Mrs. H. Franklin
Williams, assisted by other officers
and board members. Among the
hostesses will be Mrs, Morton Fold-
man and Mrs Meyer A Baskin,
honorary presidents, as well as
Mr- Joel Belov. Mrs Martin Spec-
tor. Mrs David Sernaker, Mis Lee
Harris. Mrs. Harvey Friedman.
Mrs. Julius Propp, Mrs. H.ie Kos-
enthal, Mrs. Harold Thurman.
Mis Morris Simon and Mr-. Louis
Haffner.
Mrs. Williams will describe the
background and importance of
Technion. the Israeli engineering
school, to *he gathering. A painting
by Can ie Barancik will !>c award-
ed to a lucky guest.
Mr- Melvin Schwartz, hospital-
ity chairman, is in charge of ar-
rangements, assisted by Mrs. Ser-
naker, and the Misses Antoinette
and Mae Wo!!man
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. ^Arbout people and jr "
races
HELLO GRANDPA
"You ve got the wrong number," sputtered
Dr Alexander Robbins when the telephone rang
in the middle of the night and a voice said, Hello
Grandpa." But it wasn't a wrong number. It was
his son. Dr Richard Robbins, calling from San
Clemente. Calif., to announce that he and Lois
are now the parents of an eight-pound daughter
named Leslie. "You're a grandma, too," Alex
teased hi- wife, Ruth, as she grabbed the phone.
A lieutenant in the Navy, the new father was
on war maneuvers and a helicopter was sent to
bring him back to the base at Camp I'endleton to
be with his wife. The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Goldman, who live in Cali-
fornia. And ot course, this make Dick's grand-
father. Max Karasik. a great-grandfather.
TAKE OFF THE UMBRELLAS
Over at Lili (Mrs. Joseph) Duntov's house
there were open umbrellas everywhereone on
the chair by the door, two on the davenport and
another on the big chair by the piano. They were
to keep Lady D.. her big Dalmatian, from leaping
on the furniture. But the umbrellas are closed,
now. Lady D. can jump all she wants to since she
won first prize as the best bitch in -how from
the AKC's South Florida Dalmatian Club. I.illi.
who has never entered a flower show without
winning lirst or second place, and has the ribbons
to prove it. ha- never before won in a dog show,
and Lady D. is her third Dalmatian ilhe first two
were Lad) and Duke).
THEY CAN HARDLY WAIT
Kdith and Solomon (everybody calls him Sam)
M.ugoli- can hardly wait to meet their new
daughter-in-law. Son Bob. who has been in busi-
ness in North Carolina the past few years, has
taken for his bride F.mma Lou. daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. ,\ c liatledge of Marksville, \.c. They
have talked to her on the phone and now they're
waiting to meet her in person, to welcome her
into the family and have her meet their friends
some weekend soon. One bachelorMike i- left
in the family.
A HAPPENING
It happened at the Sheraton Four Ambassa-
dors in the Grand Ballrooma fun part) with
everyone glad to see everyone else, which is al
ways the way at the beginning of the social sea-
son. (We won't mention what it's like at the end )
Florence and Monroe Cooperman welcomed their
guests to the formal dinner dance. Florence's
\ellow. gold and silver brocade gown was a per
feet foil for the divine French bouquets center
ing each table for eight.
Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Albeit
Shore. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Alenier, Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige. Mr
and Mrs. Fli Timoner. Mr. and Mr- Len Chusmir,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Trope. Mr. and Mrs Sidne)
Rudolph. Mr. and Mrs. Henry End. Mr and Mrs
Norman Flson. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Singer
and Mr and Mis Clifford Perlman.
CAN YOU THREAD A NEEDLE?
For years. Washington Federal ha- been giv
ing out little packages of colored thread, a needle
and a needle threader 1 never knew how to use
the needle threader and one rain) day decided
to make learning how my project Since .tack
Gordon, the president, and board chairman Ar-
thur Courshon wire both out of town. I was con
nee'ed with Clare Hayden, and assistant vice
president, who tinned out to be a darling When
I asked her why there weren't an) direction-.
-he said it was so simple, they thought anyone
would know how to do it. and explained that you
squeeze the tiny win1- together, push it through
the eye ot the needle, loop the thread through
and pull the needle threader back Simple, isn't
it"
Frances Lehman
Pioneer Women
Plan Parties
Mrs. Nathan Cohen and Mrs Ida
Denmark will be cohostesses for
the Pioneer Women Club 1 lunch-
on at their home, 12404 Alton Rd..
Monday at noon. The program tor
the afternoon will be based on Pio-
Women's new convalescent
home tor children in Haifa.
Pioneer Women, Club Eilat will
present its semi-annual concert a:
8 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 9. at the
Miami Beach Federal Bank. 755
Washington Ave., proceeds to bene-
fit Child Rescue
Featured soloist will be Mrs.
Nina Diamond, accompanied on
the piano by Gar) Glick. Also ap-
pearing on the program will be
piani-t Morris Rubin, in a potpourri
of popular Israel and Jewish mu-
sic Samuel Wexler, noted humor-
ist, and vocalists Mrs, Frieda Levi-
tan and Regina Balin. Mistress of
ceremonie- will be Miss Evelyn
Posner.

Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a meeting at 1
p.m. Thursday. Nov. 7. at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zellinger,
2230 SW 21st Ter
Plans for a luncheon to benefit
Child Rescue in Israel, slated for
Nov. 12 at the home of Mrs. Elsa
Kreutzer, will be discus-ed
Mrs. Louis Packar. president of
Pioneer Club 2 will sponsor a 43rd
birthday party in honor of Pioneer
Women at her home, 4600 Prairie
Ave., at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 9.
A musical program will be fea-
tured.
Two Mayors Will Debate
Consolidation Issue at Y
"Dade Consolidation. Good or
Bad'.'" will be debate.! by Dadc
( ounty Mayor Chuck Hall and Cit)
of Miami Mayor Steven Clark at
8 p.m. Sunday at the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami. 8500 SW Eighth
St.
The special program i- a public
service presentation oi the YMHA
Cultural Art- D( partment, Mr- Ka\
Berrin is the committee chairman.
Circuit Judge David Popper
Lists Campaign Coordinators
C rcuit Court Judge David Pop
per, OOP nominee in the 11th Ju-
dicial District, has completed his
roster ol campaign coordinators.
naming John Harkness for North
Miami. Jay Reardon and LeRo)
Lev) lor North Miami Beach. Aus-
tin Bonicly for North Dade'. un-
incorporated area. George Per
sani lor Coral Gable.-. George
Buchmann tor South Miami, and
Howard Gross, Norman Schwartz
and Morris Warner for Miami
Beach.
Judge Popper received the
Perrine-Cutler Ridge J.C.'s 'Good
Government Award" in 19C7. He
is a committee member of the Boy
Scouts of America and for seven
years was acting manager of the
Khoury League.
A practicing attorney since 1952,
Judge Popper was appointed by
Gov. Claude Kirk in August, 1967.
He named B'nai B'rith leader
Ainslee Ferdie as his campaign
manager, with former Circuit
Court Judge Mallory Horton and I
attorneys Karl Leib and Joseph M
Fitzgerald serving as cochairmen.
Anna B. Meyers
Seeks Reelection To
Dade School Board
Mr- Anna Brenner Meyers is
seeking reelection to the Dade
'. School Board, a position
in 1953
vhich -he has been re
elected since 1954 she is the
Democratic no District
No. 5
Her effort!! on behall ol I
e lucation litics hav< I
in- these 15 years hi her
recognition throughout the n
An active member ol Temple
Emanu-El. Mr- Meyers worl
obtain Federal Communic
Commission license for Educi
al Telei ision and assisted in form
C immunit) Television Founda
Con .suth Florida, which oper
at< Channel 2 after 5 p.m.
With the cooperation and -up
porl of the other members ot the
School Hoard, she initiated the
C< mmunit) School program, simi-
lar to the Mott Plan of Flint.
Mich, ami initiated and worked
for the establishment ol Miami
Dade Junior College beside- help
ing in the formation of the Quality
Education Committee ol the Dade
County Board of Public In-true-
tion.
12th District Liberal
Rep. Dante Fascell
Endorsed By Many
Rep. Dante B Fascell, Demo
cratic nominee to gain reelection
lo Congress from the 12th Congres-
sional District, ha- e\ idenced con
linui 'I : lor the State of
Israel throughout hi- service in
the House
lie publicly called on President
Lyndon B Johnson to immediate
ly furnish Israel with the 5" I'han
torn supersonic jet fighters it has
sought to purchase from the C S
Rep Fa-cell wa- a leader in the
successful fight to place such a
provision in the Foreign Assist
ance Act of liitw
Noted as one if the foremost
leaders ol liberal causes in the ad-
ministrations ol Harrj S Truman.
lohn F Kenned) and Lyndon B.
Johnson, Ken Fascell led the -uc-
ce-sful campaign to have Islandia
declared a part of the national
park system
Endorsements ol Rep Fascell
tame from the Miami Herald. The
Miami News and from almost all
the other newspapers in D a d e
County The Herald called Fascell
"a high-ranking hardworking rep
resentathc who has i arned ie
election b> hi- devotion to dut) "
Com n lo Miami in 1925, he
graduated from Ponce de Leon
High School and the l'ni\er.-it\ of
Miami During World War II he
served in the African, Sicilian and
Italian campaigns, rising t. the
rank ol capiam before his chargc in January, lii-jti
Rep Fascell, who was president
o| the Miami Jaycees hot 4H was
led and reelected to 'he -tare
'laturc bet ire being eli cv.I to
Congress in 1954
The m ami New- on Oct 9 cited
1 asc( .i- .i man ol courage" who
has "proven himself ..- an able
and effective representative in
nearl) 14 years in Washington "
The New. singled out for particu
his *uci ht to
acquire the eaul Islandia
Keys foi public
The group- endors i I asc< II in-
PAl E Politii a \. I oi
i Da le
Count) t'la-sn am Ti at hers Asso
m Congi
Si nior Citizen Oi nizal
and -uch labor organizatioi
Ihe Da mnty 1 i rt of La
1 lorida I | ,,.
"1- and A ma!
Ihini v. rkers ol
POLICE INVESTIGATE
TEMPLE VANDALISM
Miami police- this
were investigating ,
at Temple Israel ol ,,
Miami in which -,
were painted on the- ..
the temple and on >.,
walk in front of the buildinT
Rabbi Steven Jato
tant rabbi, -aid the ,,
was the fourth In the '
'<'ks in which the I,.
wa. deiaced with 5Wa
S|"
1
Hospital Plan*
Orientation
For Volunteers
"Changing Needs ol
Dade County' || ,}. -,
da) orientation worksh
tccrs -et for Mondaj |
to 2 pm a. Cedars
Hospital
Mi- Norman ENon.
volunteer-, -aid
heads ol th.- hospital ril lead dis-
cussions on :,, ni Hi
and advance- in model n mi
Auxiliary president Mr-
Lotterman and the v .
utive vice president, -. k
-tein. will open the
remarks of gre<
uon- will be- given b) Ra
Grossman, assistant admini;
Barbara Bregande K N
Supervisor, and Mr- '
al ient i elations eo
Character Topic
At Academy PT.4
The P.inn- Teai hi \--
ol the Hebrew V,.
ii Miami will hold
meeting of the yeai
I >\ al the Academ j
will feature a -> mp
I \ Rabbi Ale v.
on the subieel ol '(
ing Through Disciplu
AOI k "
Ot
JWV Post 330 Meets
Miami Beach Post and Auxiliary
330. Jewish War Veterans, will
meet at8p.m Thursday, Nov. 7. at
the American Legion Hall, 1828
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Landau Leads Off
Zamora Lecture Series
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation will be the first
speaker at 8 p.m. Tuesday in a
five-part lecture series on Judaism
at Temple Zamora. 44 Zamora
Ave.. Coral Gables, which is'spon-
sored by the Federation of Men's
Clubs of the United Synagogue of
America.
Jess Yarborough In Public
Service Commission Race
le-s Yarborough's statewide
campaign for the post of State
Commissioner of the Florida Pub
lie Service Commision this week
garnered support from all over
the state as the Democratic nomi-
nee campaigned in more than a
dozen key counties.
A former state representative
county commissioner and member
of the school board, Mr Yar-
; borough is also remembered for
his highly successful career as
head football coach of Miami
Senior High. He guided the Sting-
arees to several national cham-
pionships, and his Stingaree teams
were perennial state titleholders
John V. Ferguson
Seeking Juvenile
Court Judgeship
John V Ferguson. Democratic
nominee for the juvenile court
ifdgeship in Tuesday'- general
election, was one of the foremost
leaders in the late Mayor Robert
King High's two gubernatorial
campaigns.
Mr Ferguson played kej roles in
Highs upset of then Gov Haydon
Burns and in an earlier achieve
mem of a runoff primarj ,,., \
South Florida resident for more
'han > years, he Is a veteran of
nine years as assistant Btate ..
t0eyt where he gained invaluable
, experience with juveniles during
| his years with State Attorne) Rich
;ard E. Gerstein while working m
j or heading each major division of
| the largest and busiest state attor
ney s office in the South
Chief Judge Charles Carroll
Candidate For Reelection
' Judge i harles \ Carroll
ol the Thud District Court of Ap-
;"';i a ai i lati for reeli
'" his post in Tuesday's election
1 record of nearl) 25 years
ol presiding over Dade Count)
courts
He was .. circuit judge for 11
years before hem- named to the
appelatc court upon its establish-
ment here in 1957. Judge Carroll
has -erved as it- ranking member
ever since.
A graduate Oi Harvard Law
School and the University of Vir-
ginia, Judge Carroll was a lieuten-
ant In the IS Army in World
ar I and during World War II
;as ai lieutenant commander m the
i Navy,
A member of Phi Alpha Delta
!, Maternity and the OX5 Club
" America, he served as chair-
I"'"1 "f "'" Appellate Court Con-
ferencejw- Florida from 1965-1907.
Y Youngsters Will See
Performance of 'Alladin'
Children under 12 will aend a
1 ">">;" ot "Aladdin" present-
; 'b> their,,,,,, street Players a,
1 < Dade ounty Auditorium Sun-
Jay afteroon part ()f thc
VMHAl .hildre,,'- ('H.-hrity Sc-
b7nu,tEHthfc'"t2:o
' bus to the anfliiorium
Scheduled forfcov. U u ___
Among 'li"-r tak
s) mposium w ill b< R
B Weiss M'.irp \
VI: Edith Fn
Shi ire Stack)
Montgomi I
education de|
p, representii
Young Israel Sisterhood
Plans Membership Gala
The Sisterho
ol Greater Miami h
tenth annual men
and fashion show al
Wednesday, Noi 13
Hall. 990 \F 171st SI x.
ami Beach, it wa- am
Mrs Leonard Sidorsk) -
president
In addition to th( '
a Chinese auction and oi
will be featured Mi- '
Frand i- membership chaii
FLORIDA CITY
4 Lots, 50'xl50' Each.
Excellent Location. Area
Needs Units. Quick Sale!
Phone 226-5818
MEDICAL BUILDING
I
MEDICAL building or convert to oj-
fic.s. CBS building is 35x70 L<*
75*xlO0'. 2nd flory moy be added.
Near Cobles en SW 8th St., 70 *f
naming to user .r $25,000 *W|
or make Her. Will also lease 0v*nS
r will hold BfcriftoK Call ""nj
Dixon, AtSOC.
KIYES CO. 43rd Year \
100 lite Blvd. reoltorsj37rJ5.J|


ay. November 1, 1968
* bw-itHFIirrictfan
CORAL GABLES
-837,990
4910 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE
pi 15 Corner. 3 Bedroom, 2
Spacious Living, Formal Din-
Family Rooms, Equipped Kit
Palio, I Car Gnraqe. Well,
mer Phone 667-8990
. Svitaw,
ASK'NG OFFERS TO WEIGH
Paae 9-B
PROPERTY
1 LARGE LOT
270' on NW 79 Street and 80 St.
222' on NW 36 Avenue less
Than SI.60 per sq. ft.
Phone 821-1176
C'OO SQ FT INDUSTRIAL
lAL location. 455 Ft advertis-
[exposure directly on East West
y near Palmetto Connection.
[286 Ft. street frontage on NW
Lve. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks from
Miami Merchandise Mart. Easy
ck access to Palmetto and East
|s- Xways Needs some ground
riration Priced as is for $35..
Cash or terms.
[ks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5161 S.W 8th Street
AMERICAN NUT
SALES OF SOUTH FLORIDA
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PART TIME NO SELLING
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6 hours
weekly easy and pleasant replacing
inventory, small investment. For
appointment Call 757-1504.
fMMERCIAL FRONTAGE
LL REALTY, REALTORS
TAGE
|ON RAVENSWOOD Rd. plus 9
]3 lots. All lor $39,000 with
Dont's delay, call today.
4900 SO. DAVIE ROAD
131 (Ft. Laud.) 947 9081 (Mia)
I
ADULTS ONLY
ROLEN LAKES GARDEN
Co-Op in Hallandale
2 Bedroom Apts Furnished
On The lake Immediate
Possession Inquire Mr. Fnqan |
At Office: |
714 S.W. 11 Avenue
927-2441 or 927-2114 Res.
I
Ighway frontage
! ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
27,000 GOOD TERMS
|ALL 24 7 085 7 or 247-8788
MA S. GRAY REALTOR
i
i
t
135 N. KROMt, HOMESTEAD
! RESIDENTIAL LOT
A REAL SACRIFICE
AT $7,000.
OVER 2 ACRE I
I Corner High with Abundant Pines j
| In Beautiful Southwood |
| East of U.S. 1 at SW 156 Street
and 82nd Avenue
| Call Owner |
I Phone 667-8407. j
MADE TO ORDER FOR A HI-RISE!
150,000 square feet zoned for
High-Rise Apartment
Mid-town Miami Beach
on the Big Bay!
will accommodate over 200 apartments
caff
ALFRED I. BLEEMER for full details
FEINER REALTY CO., Miami Beach
350 Lincoln Road 531-1211
THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IS GREAT!
SELLERS WANTED!
We have the buyers
Immediate and prompt attention
All consultation in strictest confidence
Call for appointment
ROSENFELD 6, NEVEL, Realtors
'10 71st St., Miami Beach 865-8575
SELL 'THE PREVENTOR'
Civilian model of World-famous chemical defensive weap-
on used by over 2000 polk* departments.
Corn a distributorship now big profits on a minimum
fcivottmcnt of $1680
For qualifying interview call, write or come to;
Florida Preventer Corp.
rTerW.MIM
MOS
(Movtetr tWn> Sldg )
---sunn
r^^^wi otv 1*1
SPACIOUS SPANISH
Wall enclosed. Veranda e
to 5 bedroom 3 bath with real
fireplace. 2 car garage. Storm
awnings. Original charm. Only
S25,00C.. Call Marion E. Peters
at 443-4677.
CORAL GABLES, REALTY, INC.
Paul Walker, Realtor
350 Sevilla. Coral Gables
Phone 443-4677
FOR SALE
HARDWARE STORE
GROSSING OVER $60,000 YEARLY
GOOD LOCATION. OWNER
Phone 688-8376
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGNIFICENT 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.
CORAL GABLES
HOME
S600 le Jeune Road
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.
SUPER MARKET
$800,000 Groit mIm. Nmi $320*1
with cl : : owner. Volume ccm be
creitd ortatty r,~~4 <--<-'
acrt frith 150 ft, *<-.- 1 I
n tr>f> heart el Oau'd* oH i
grocery store be'--ei -
^>rceton. 90% colored r ---. P '
sq. it. air conoi'oneo dui'3'j it ne
condition, $60 000 .fruit $70,000 f
' -r* and equipment. Properly oUo i:
etude* o two boy Pure Oil service $-
lion right on the highway. There it
room to build o much needed coin loun*
dry end drug itore. Owner it retiring
and will sell lock Itock and borre!. well
below professional opp'oisal. Terms to
iuil you. Call C P* Whlteley Ahoc
KEVES COL-43rd Year
Ht.lt.nj IM H7M43
NORTHWEST
MIAMI HOME
BY OWNER 3 bedroom 2 bath extra
large lot, air cond. and heat, well
and sprinkler system, terrazzo floors
under carpeting, drapes, near every-
thing. $21,000. Take over present
mortgage of $14,800 at $' or
can refinance. 634-7534. See to
appreciate.

KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock: E/cvcfor: Bus of Door;
Cooking Facilities in Every Room:
Monthly or Yearly
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DR.
Phone 865-9361
GENIE is here!!!
The sensational, new, jot fait, lens-
voe electrostatic copier is comolerely
auiomo'ic ... copy papT stored in
machine. Copies anythtng 'n eye
can see m seconds, CoD'C actual
s''eup,0,,oNiV$49500
Business Equipment Co.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
'Mm. Itlit St. Mi. MS-1721
COMMERCIAL
LOT fOR SALE
FRANCHISE DRIVE-IN
BUSY intersection on Causeway.
N.E. corner lot, 79th St. and Miami
Ave., 125'xl23', street to street.
Immediate sale. 864-2921.
HOMESTEAD
RU-3, choice location near shopping
and schools, 210' frontage by 13V.
Water and sewers available. Fan-
tastic low $22,500 for quick sale.
Value Realty, Broker
Phone 538-8747
NORTH MIAMI
BEACH HOME
IMMACULATE condition, immedi-
ate occupancy: Luxury pool home
3 ye.irs new. Central air and heat.
3 Bedrooms 2 baths. Kitchen ap-
pliances, c.irpetmg. drapes, some
furniture Doul-le fenced screened
pool and patio Oversized lot.
'uiiy landscaped. Well and
sprinklers 1 Tax only 101 NW 171
St l Block East of 1-95 and one
lilo'k west of No. Miami Ave. Re-
duced to $31,500 Firm Mum see.
Bioker 8222443 or 947-1239.
DOLL HOUSE
In Southwest Miami
On quiet dead-end street, edge of
Grove and Gables. 1 bedroom, jal-
ousie d Florida room, enclosed ga-
rage, interior completely remodeled
two years ago, nicely landscaped,
many bearing fruit trees, perfect
for retirees. Price $8,500. Requires
$6,500 cash, balance $75 month.
271-5804.
NEW YORK
Property For Sale
Brentwood, Long Island. 40x100
Business Zoned Property,
$1,995.
Call Mornings or Evenings
235-7963
FERRO CEMENT BARGE, FOR SALE
W > 14' i 4'
f-V Associates, lac., mkhkh completion of the first Fihersteel ferr.-
caaaaal barge built M the United Stotes. Suit.ble far de4xe haaaataat,
flaa*if motel, rettaaraat er general parpose barge Available far a>
apactfaa.
IV ASSOCIATES, WC. Ml S.W 4th STIUT 3S8 3480
Magnificent
CBS Bay Heights
VIZCATA section completely furn. 3
bedrooms Florida room, livinq room,
formal dining room, Wall to Wall
carpeting, fully curtained and drap-
ed thruout, kitchen includes dish-
washer, new GE electric range, large
frostfree Frigidaire and Frceier,
large walk in closets throughout, 2
complete tiled baths, central air
cond. gas heat all floors terrazzo
l'l car garage with balcony equip-
ped with washer and dryer lavatory
and food storage cupboard, circular
driveway, sprinkler system fully
landscaped rear fenced yard Miami
Ventilated Hurricane Awnings all
windows rear patio 15x32' screen-
ed with cathedral roof, terrazzo
floor T.V. color antenna with Alli-
ance Tenna Roto, wired burglar
alarm. No existing mortgage. Rea-
sonable. Private party phone 373-
2361. No agents. Shown by appoint-
ment only.
COCONUT
GROVE
HOME
LARGE luxury home ideally located
on double lot 4 beCrooms 3 baths,
heated pool, burglar alarm, heat
and air cond., many other features.
Ready to move in. 1630 Tigertail
Avenue.
Phone 665-6776
Open Sat. and Sun.
BAY FRONT HOME
Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath, cen-
tral air, heat, panoramic view of
Bay from huge living room, full
dining room, large built-in kitchen,
beautiful carpeting, drapes, appli-
ances, sprinklers. From this, walk
to GOLF! (Normandy Isle).
$44,000
Excellent financing available
ROSS REALTY, REALTORS
8053 N.E. 2nd Avenue
754-7546
100 ROOM HOTEL
Strategic corner close to Downtown.
Space for development. 150x250'
Zoned C-4.
$50,000 Handles
Call Owner: 379-8212
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
TRIPLEX
ALL apartments have 2 large bed-
rooms and modern kitchen, air
cond. and furnished. Walk to City
Hall and recreation area. Choice
residential neighborhood. $11,400
Down and assume 6% mortgage.
Call Jonas Engel Assoc.
KEYES CO.-43rd YEAR
REALTORS
1705 N.E. 123 St.-891-1300
BEST BUY IN DADE
40 SQUARE acres, 5' 2-' 2 Ft. eleva-
tion, 1320' on paved S.W. 107 Ave.,
and 280 St. presently zoned agri-
culture. Master land use plan shows
it es industrial. Excellent road ac-
cess $2,000 per acre.
Phone 688-4661 Scottie
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. mo, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Str^f
? mrnmi, mtm
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Page 10-B
*Jenist fhrkRan
Friday, November 1
.969
| Rat *MtUwJt I
Ben Plotkin
lien Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Leo Plotkin. will become Bar ftfitz-
vah at Beth David Congregation
on Saturday. Nov. 2.
Bon. who is an eighth grade
student at South Miami Junior
High School, has for some time
been active in the Boy Scouts.
Mr and Mrs. Plotkin will host
the Kiddush following the services
in honor of their son. and an open-
house reception on Sunday, Nov. 3.
at 6080 SVV 63rd Ct.
Among the guests attending the
celebration will be Ben's grand-
parents. Fred Haas and Mrs. So-
phia Plotkin.
Ben Plotkin Sandra Breitermon
Sandra Breiterman
Sandra, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sergio Breiterman. 7610 Dick-
ens Ave, Miami Beach, will be-
come Bas Mitzvah at Temple Me-
norah Friday evening. Nov. 1.
An eighth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High School, Sandra
is also a student in the Religious
School of Temple Menorah.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception, following the
services, in Temple Menorah's So-
cial Hall.
*
Leon Abel
On Saturday. Nov. 2. at Temple
Tiiereth Jacob. Leon, son of Mr.
arrt Mrs. Fred Abel. 9160SW 125th
Te: will become Bar Mitzvah at
the 9 a.m. services.
An eighth grade student at Pal-
motto Junior High School, Leon's
hobbies are swimming, archery
and cooking.
The paternal grandparents are
Mr and Mrs. Louis Abel of Miami.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ices and a reception at home w 11
be hosted b> Leon's parents in his
honor.

Leslie Berk
Leslie, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Stanley Berk, will observe her Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening. Nov. 1,
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Leslie attended Beth Torah Re-
ligious School for several years
acd will continue in the Confirma-
tion class of 1969. An Oneg Shab
bat in her honor will follow the
srvices.
* *
Susan Esbin
Silvan, daughter of Mrs. Roslyn
Ksbin. will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah Fridav evening. Nov. 1. at
Beih Torah Congregation.
Susan has been a student at the
Harold Wolk Religious School and
wili become a member of the Con-
firmation class of 1969
An Oneg Shabbat will be held in
hr honor following the services.

Joel Morris
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Morris, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Nov. 2. at
Beth Torah Congregation
Joel has been attending the Beth
I'orah Religious School for several
years and will become a member
>f the Confirmation class of 1969
n <>neg Shabbat will be held in
!ns Iv.nor following the services.
*
Lawrence Nidez
rence Terry, son of Mr. ami
Nidi i ailed
. I...i- v
ti
at Kockway Jui
.- active in
p 4. of which
father is Scoutmaster.
Lawrence's grandparents are Mr
and Mrs Moo Ginsberg. Mr. and
Mrs. David Nidotz and Mrs Pearl
Shumsky.
Mr. and Mrs Nidetz will host
the Kiddush following the services,
and a reception which will be hold
in the evening at the Embassy
Restaurant. Miami Beach.
*
Stuart Smith
At the 8:30 a.m. services Satur-
day morning. Nov. 2. Stuart Smith,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mas-
cari, 8301 SW 29th St.. will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Stuart, who plays both trumpet
and trombone, is in the seventh
grade at Rockway Junior High
School, where he plays trombone
in the school band. He helped his
Khoury League baseball team win
an award.
Mr. and Mrs. Mascari will host
the Oneg Shabbat following Friday
night services and the Kiddush
after the services Saturday and a
luncheon in honor of the celebrant
ril] be held Saturday afternoon at
the home of his aunt. Mrs. Maro-
lyn Phillips
a a
George Trager
In the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid at 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Nov. 2. George Brian, son of Mr
and Mrs. S. George Trager. 1320
Daytonia Rd.. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah.
George is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush in his honor will fol-
low the services, and a reception
at the Algiers Hotel Saturday eve-
ning will be hosted b> his parents.
Out of town guests will include
George's aunts. Peg R Cobdor and
Mrs. Frederick Klein, of New Ha-
ven. Conn.: his uncle. Martin Mil
ter. of Los Angeles. Calif., and his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Shater and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Trager.

Irk Wayne
Eric Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Theodore Wayne. 8250 SW 108th
St. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables at
11:15 a.m. Saturday. Nov. 2.
Eric attends Palmetto Junior
High School, where he participates
in intramurals. He will continue
his religious education through
Confirmation. i
Here from California to help
Eric celebrate will be his grand-
mother. Mrs. Benjamin Matros.
and other relatives are expected
irom Pennsylvania.
Samuel Wamaii
Cited By JWV
Samuel Neaman. who heads the
McCrory Corp.. a retailing con-
cern, has been honored by the
Fewish War Veterans of the I \
with the organization's Gold Me lal
of Merit. Mr. Neaman was cited
for his humanitarian activities and
his record of service during World
War II. at a dinner attended by
more than 800 percons.
Sqt. Garv N. :
"' l*0J
e-% the U.S. Air
Medal in
from Co. ". -.el C
Ilcrqan.
Richard E. Gerstein
Stands On Record
As State Attorney
n. I ling for reelection as Si
Attorney in Dad< I u it). Ri<
E. Gerstein offers the exp< rience
of 12 years in the position, an I
nationwide recognition as one of the
top prosecutors in America, in con-
trast to his Republican opponent.
The Gerstein record is one of a
relentless, highly successful battle
..gainst crime. The University of
Miami graduate easily won the
Democratic nomination last May
Elected in 1956. he took office
in January, 1957, and before the
month was out launched the first
major drive on organized crime
Dade County had seen in yean
Mr. Gerstein showed courage to
match his ability and determina-
tion when, in the face of warnings
from federal agents that he was
marked for assassination, he con-
tinued his pursuit of the Donald
Branch Nazi bombing gang and
j led the prosecution which sent
thorn to prison. This performance,
in addition to his World War II rec-
ord, flying missions over Germany
which earned him the Purple
Heart, Distinguished Plying Cross
and Air Medal, won Mr. Gerstein
national recognition early in his
career of public service.
He was elected president of the
National District Attorneys Asso-
ciation. 1966 and 1967 He is a
past president of the Prosecuting
Attorneys Association of Florida,
and Fellow of the International
Academy of Trial Lawyers.
Both Miami and Miami Beach
have honored him with an award
as Outstanding Public Official in
Dade County.'' He was Miami's
"Outstanding Young Man." one of
five "Outstanding Young Men of
Florida." and one of the five "Out-
standing Government Officials in
the State of Florida When ho was
elected State Attorney in 1956. he
was the youngest man ever elect
ed to that office, and was accorded
the highest vote ever cast for that
position.
A graduate of the University of
Miami Law School, he was presi
dent of the university's Law School
Alumni Association. He also is a
past president of the Young Demo-
crats of Florida, and past exalted
ruler of Miami Elks No. 948
Mr Gerstein was reelected in
1960 by the highest county-wide
vote cast for any candidate in
Florida, and four years later was
reelected without opposition.
"Gerstein is among the finest
prosecutors I have ever seen." says
Jim Bishop, famous author and
newspaper columnist who has cov-
ered the bigge.-t courtroom trials
in America during the last 39
oar- -I think that Dade County
would do itself a fa\or by reeled
ing this man. whoso opinions,
whose favor, whose leniono\. can-
not be bought by anyone the
most objective state attorney I
have knownDick Gerstein."
Philharmonic
Duo Speaker*
At Branded Tea
The Greater Miami <

Rabbi Irvina Lehrman wi'l offi-
ciate at Temple Emanu-E'.'s first
'ate Fridav evenina services of
the season a' 8:30 p.m. Guest
speaker foi the service will be
Henrv N. Roo~7^rt, national
Dresident of the United Syna-
T>nu of America.
Trust Officer Speaks
At Deborah Chapter Meet
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the Deborah Hospital of Brown-
Mills. N.J., will hold its monthly
meeting at noon Tuesday in the
Algiers Hotel. 2555 Collins Ave
Gale K Hovey. trust officer of
the Miami Beach First National
Bank, will discuss "Mistakes in
Your Will and Estate Plan "
Mrs Hannah Levous is chapter
president
Brandeis University \
on's Committee was I
nual membership t< ,
Thursday in the \ i
of the Seacoa
ments, 5151 Collins \\-
Alain Lombard. Fie i
In tor of the Greater M I
harmonic orchestra. I
Kreeger. its program
were to be featured or.
^ram.
Mr. Lombard has in-' returned
o Miami for the winter season fol^
lowing a summer engagement asl
associate conductor to Lfonardl
Bernstein during the V York
Philharmonic's tour of Europe and]
Israel.
Mr. Kreeger. an attorney, is alsol
the music critic of Coconut (Ime'sj
Village Post.
Mrs. Rae Berman and Mrs Rheaj
Goldfarb are reservations chair-l
men.
Sophisticates at Y Plan
Halloween Costume Party
The Young Sophisticates Club,
composed of young adult single.- be-
tween the ago- of 18 and 28. sched-
uled a Halloween costume party at
8:30 p.m. Thursda> at the YM
YW'jlA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
Eighth St
Attorney Discusses Jewish
Fund at Zionist Meeting
Harold Shapiro, an attorney and
former Mayor of Miami Beach,
will address a meeting of the Bialik
Branch. Farband-I.abor Zionist Or-
ganization to be held at 8 p.m
Wednesday at Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave .
Miami Beach Mr Shapiro will dis-
cuss the Jewish National Fund.
Dr. David Lehman Heads
State Narcotics Program
Atty Gen. Earl Faircloth has
innounced the appointment of Dr.
David Lehman of Ft. Lauderdale
to head a now state campaign to
st am:i out narcotics
The physician was named as spe-
cial assistant attorney general and
>r of the "Dangerous Dru^
Division." a four-part drug abuse
program to be conducted state-
w ide
Sephardic Social Club
Plans Evening of Fun
The Sephardic Social Club plans
a night of fun and dancing Satur-
day, beginning at 8:30 p.m. in the
Sephardic Jewish Center, 648 Col-
lins Ave.
WANTED
WOMAN AS COMPANION
AND HOUSEKEEPER
For Elderly Woman.
Live in, Salary.
Call 757-4554
Fashion Show
Slated By ORT
The North Dade Chapter. Wom-
en American ORT, will sponsor a
fashion show at Al Fortini's Res-
taurant, 2475 NE 163rd St North
Miami Beach, at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day.
Paid-up members will be guests
of the Chapter for tho charitv
event.
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Beth Tov Sisterhood to
Kickoff Season with Dance
Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood wi'.lj
kick off its social season with al
dance in the Burgundy Room of|
the Carillon Hotel Saturday, be-
ginning at 9 p.m.
Eve Horrowita and Ceil Prisar.il
are reservations chairmen
LADIES turn your "don't
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Jovember 1, 1968
989
tcrats Will
* #cM ,;<# WforSHIiiir)
Paae 1 IB
Judge Eli Breger Campaigns
In Court Of Appeals Race
|rn ngp. Myers $tt
fallahassee
Campaigning For
i" the Third District, ^.ck CirCllit COliFt SmI
cd up speed this week as ihe I'ni V,,VMI VWlttt JtQ.
on as judfe or thif District Coin i
of Appeal, representing Dade
MilfOfl A. Friedni3n ^' ^' G*8Sndanner State Sen. Robert L Shevin
Seeks 10th District ,s Runnin9 For Reelection
Kenneth M. Myers. Demo- ,,pr nominee /or reelection to !??W Mlan" Law Schoo! srad-
me-1
i foP
asl
nardl
VorV
and]
also I
jve'sj
Hheaj
hair-1
ite Senate, representing Dis-
5. has been consistently
out both by the press and
fellow legislators, as one of
list valuable members of the
Legislature.
his work during the 1967
Rep. Myers was selected
[annual St. Petersburg Times
press poll as one of the 10
Ivaluable members of the
hire. And after a vote by
|w legislators, he was given
Morris Award as the most
Jng -econd term member
DUM Rep Myers was sc-
the Miami Jaycees as
ping Young Man of Miami
and by the Florida Jay-
iii "i the "fe've Ontstand-
Men of Florida."
r and key sponsor of
i items of legislation
now part of the laws of
|i- major areas of endeav-
n n the fields of mental
uate addressed more than
a score
Milton A Friedman, who for
nearly 12 years served on the Mu-
of meetings and rallies in his be- nip'Pa' Court of the City of Miami. !
half i five years of which were spent as '
An active member of the Jewish ] i,s senior judge, is the Democratic
War Veterans. Beth Torah Congre-
gation and the Knights of Pythias,
Judge Breger is a former munici-
pal court judge of the City of
North Miami Beach.
A practicing attorney in Dadc
County since 1949. Judge Breger j tnc bench. During his service as
won the Republican nomination ; municipal judge, the court was rec-
lost May and has campaigned | nSn'*ed as outstanding for its re-
ihroughout the county since then, I habilltation of alcoholics among
pointing to his successful record 500 l s an on the bench in his candidacv for ,c, v ,. ,
the appeals court post November Judge Friedman
Judge Breger and his wife are \ }Xetd ^ the Bahamas gov
'he parents of four children. 0mrnt to help change its laws
_______._____________ affecting alcoholism and was one of
IiiWaa f.|J b r L* oar. 44 **'** invited by the President
Judge Gerald B. Tobw GOPs of the United States to a confer
i ence with Department of Health.
i Education and Welfare officials
n I niversitv of
Former North Miami Mayor
Elton J. Cissendanner is the
Democratic nominee for the 10th
Congressional District, seeking a
seat in the House of Representa-
tives representing North Dade and
nominee for the Circuit Court I **%!!!!!* ET""-
Sei Rob< rl I. Shevii
(-jOII!*reSSH>Hfu Seat *^se Wairmanship of a crime in-
vestigating committee for the 1
Miami News for his long and suc-
cessful career of public service on
state, county and local levels.
The Democratic candidate has
run one of the most extensive Con-
gressional campaigns ever staged
in Florida, with appearances in al-
most every precinct of the two-
county district.
Ida senate has won him statewide
acclaim, i- the Democratic candi-
date for reelection in the 43rd
district.
Sen. Shevin. who will be voted
on countywide Tuesday, has been
one of Dade's most energetic rep-
resentatives in Tallahassee.
Long an active member of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Sen. Shevin has won every
primary and general election he
has entered.
LEGAL NOTICE
Candidate For State Senate
Gerald Tohm. a University
to
Miami I .aw
.1SCUSS the courts and the treat-
Romiblican SKj?^^ < "roho-
senate in District 42. He is serving A practicing attorney in Dade
nan affairs, tax reform, hls second term as a City of Miami j County for 32 years. Judge Fried-
distribution, air and ] Municipal Court Judge.
ce
I will
ith al
:n of
. be-|
ism I
A
rY'
j.
Ilution control, consumer
and personnel and re-
legislatioa.
yen was a sponsor of
1 No. 1 at the last ses-
efa provided a new and
table method for dis'rib-
( urban counties monies
the state from gasoline
The new formula has
an increase of six nil-
ts a year to Dade County
building. He was one of
thors and key sponsor of
Air and Water Pollution
Act, and the Florida I'ni-
cepfive Trade Practices
wa also the co-sponsor of
anges in our mental health
oviding for the e-:ahi.sh-
regional community men-
irh tenters in the urban
f the state, and he spon-
tht law which established
Count) as the site for a new
health center.
Judge Tobin. a member of Tem-
ple Zion, is active in the Elks.
Knights of Pythias and the Dade
County, Florida and American Bar
Associations.
He serves as the City of Miami
Maison officer with the Dade
County Sheriff's Department and
with the Dane County Bar Associa-
tion.
His luatform tails for strict *tate
regulation of private vocational
schools, drugs at state cost for
senior citizens, annual instead of
semi anual automobile- inspection
and for law and order with justice
and equality promptly and effec-
tively administered.
District 5 Constable Meyerson
Seeks To Retain Present Post
Murray S. Meyerson, Democra-
ts incumbent in District 5. seeks
to retain his post as Constable of
he Greater Miami Beach area in
Tuesday's general election on the
Myers was first elected to 'oasis of experience.
louse in 194*4. Since then, he Mr Meyerson is an attorney and
actively served in nine ses- "n instructor in criminology at the
I of the Legislaturetwo regu-;nade County Police Academy. Ac-
pssiojM and seven special ses- tive in civic affairs, he serves on
covering Constitutional Re- ?he board of directors of the Mus-
p. Criminal Law Reform and
lation.
Rites Are Held For
Maurice Young.
Retired Executive
Funeral services were held Tues-
day for Maurice M. Young. 67,
president of the Poetry Awards
Foundation, and past president of
the Executive Club of Miami
Beach.
Mr. Young, who died Monday at
Mt. Sinai Hospital, lived at 2385
Arch Creek Dr He came to Miami
18 years ago after retiring from
the wrought-irnn industry in Chi-
cago. A former North Bay Village
councilman. Mr. Young was a
kemia Society, past president of I member of the Masonic l.odge and
man has been a nominee for out-
-tanding citizen of the county, a
member of the crime control com-
mittee of the Dade County Bar
Association, and has been on the
speaker's bureau of the United
Fund of Dade County. He was se-
lected as :he "Man of Achieve-
ment for 1968 by the Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. He is a
member of the Florida Children's
Committee, a director of the Leu-
the (oral Waj Elementary School
"Daddies Association, and is past
vice presidl n; of the National Chil-
dren s Cardiac Hospital. He has
served as a trustet of the Cedars
the Mahi Shrine, and was past
president of the Speech Boosters
Club of Miami *-ach Senior High
School. He was also active in the
Exchange Club and was a volun-
of Lebanon Hospital and has also | teer counselor of the Hollywood
been active ;n numerous civic and
charitable organizations.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16783
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.ic IHN Jl ISEPH CYPHERS,
riff.
I.< 'RENE CYPHERS,
I > fi ndnnt
TO: MRS U IRENE < "i PHEKS
l/.t No. 211 Suffolk I
Trailer I'ark
Weal Hampton Beach,
t, l x. York
Y..u. IjOREXE CYPHERS, are hen -
by notified that Bill <>f Complaint
f.r Divorce baa bean fil-.l agalnsi
you. and you are required lo nerve .i
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
th Rill of I'nmplalnt on th.- Plait)-
tiff's attorney, BNGEI, K- T< ? I i M'K,
17"" N W :ih Btreet, Miami, Plorlda,
Telephone: :4L,-'.,r,'.'" nl file the orljrf-
n.-ii Answer or Plaadlna In the offli
of Ibf f'I,-rk of th*- Circuit C*nurt on
or before the f.th d.ty of December,
196S. If you fall to do so. Judcm.rit by
ut-lauli "ill In taken ngainal |"ou for
h. relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint
This- notice (hall oo published ones
enrh week for four eonneeuMve weeki
In THE JEWISH FI/RID1AN.
DONE AND riRDBRED at Miami.
Plorlda .this wth dav of October A D.
1PRS
K II LBATHERMAN*. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florfdn
By: P f"PBi..\\n
I leputy Clerk
(Circuit '"ourt 8'-.-i!i
k\:i-:i.* prit.TiACR
Vtti rn< v for the Plaintiff
I7n \. w. 7th Strei
M ami, Plorlda
ii/i-s-ir, ..
Judge Friedman and his wife,
the former Sylvia Stern, and their
I three chilaren, Konald, Kenneth
and Judith, live .n the southwest
I section of Miami.
Hospital.
He is survived by his wife, Ber-
nice: a son, Donald W. of Chicago;
his brother. Jules, and two sisters.
Mr-. Sopme Frank and Mildred
Levy, both of Chicago.
State Rep. H.G. Feotherstene
Candidate For Reelection
Running for reelection to the
Florida Mouse of Representatives
is Harold (. r'eatherstone of Bis-
LIFTMAN
je Vossor B. Corfton Tries
[State Supreme Court Seat
fmocratic nominee Vassar B.
cular Dystrophy Society of Southl l ",
Fl-nria. |tnCt ""
; Although he says the .iustice of | An atiorntv
'h*- peace-constahie system is "an-iMiamian and
liquated,' Mr Meyerson says he j Dade County school system. Rep.
an- best oromote reform while Featherstone won the Democratic
who is a
product
native,
of the
Ida Jaeol "< ''v. .
Mlumi Ii.. h, pafeed owaj Tu--.
She had ...! I i N' '
the pu?t -'< > :.r- ro'minc from I a-
iro. lit Mra. lilftman was n t i
rf ii Fart and, th- Hadaw ..
V;:' .- Council of Jewtah W a, I led in
hoWine office. His supoorters point
veon Mr. Meyerson and Judge
.Ts;r<- Rrrltm3'> unonnosed for rc-
elecion as justice of the peace in
District 5.
on pressed his statewide cam-!'0 ,nc harmony which exists be-
for the Supreme Court 0r
Ida in Group 3 this wee';,
me 27 years of judicial ex-
ice to the electorate in Tues-
Reneral election.
Ige Carlton received endorse-
es from an overwhelming ma-
of the state's newspapers.
and weekly, as he stressed
itionallj acclaimed record on
ich in speeches throughout
JS
:
May primaries he led h
ticket statewide. His - among the 11 Demo-
Republicans neeki'ig Uk
'Preme Court icinci.
carried 62 of Florida's 67
ilbert Trying For
As Constable
Jle John Gilbert is the
lie nominee .for jreelec-
|District 1 in Tuesdays
ringing seven years' ex-
I th* post before the
of Dade County's larg-
:t. tncluding an estimat-
reaidents.
resident of the Florida
>f the Peace and Con-
Attorney Ronald Strauss
GOP Nominee For Congress
Attorney Ronald I. Strauss, in
his fjrst bid for political office,
f-.rps Congressman Claude D Pep-
per in the contest for the 11th Con-
^rets'onal District Tuesday.
The Republican nominee. 28. fa- j
vors construct-on of high rie,
government built apartment'1 in the i
''"ith Shore area of Miami Roach,
vhich could then be sold to private
enterprise.
A native of Philadelphia, the "ni-
versity of Miami Law School eradu-
nte has been practicing law for
three years.
nomination last spring. He re-
ceived his law degree in 19M from
the University of Miami, where he
was a membtr of Delta Theta Phi
and Bar ana Gavei student bar
assoi iation
A veteran of World War II and
the Korean War. fie has served as
)udge advocate of the Veterans of
Foreign War.-;, chairman of the
j Democrats Association of Hiajcah,
I chairman r-f Inter-Clubs for Ki-
ivanis international and as an el-
der and past hoard chairman at
I Bethany Christian Church.
the H -'.'-u; an.! wa* a Pul
d<-Ti l'io....r Whrnm ''
Vo 2 s'o survived by 3 dntH re
Mr. >T;.. Fhthl Ina, Mr- Jeanettt
Merlir idan Bchwalb
Miami .. i ".' r I- Harry Wxler
>' "'.. ago; 2 BlHterf" Mrs. Lotto
Kir.-.l. T.t.;.un-. : Chloaato, Mrs Mary
Becker > ; i An u -. CaBI
k '.'../r.-, i i-r.i.t unmdvh.-
Stvi, r i' h< ..i -1 thi
:,, Puheral Horo< OetolK r
i ., ith n In Mt i.i
LEGAL NOTICE
PRELIMINARV CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATION DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To ALL Tf> WHOM THKSI'. PRK-
SILN'TS SMALL oi)IK iil(KKTI.\ -:
Whereaa. SAM m \ i:i>i:t m. v,
Miami, flori.l.,: \'.';.\tw SOMIIKHO,
.Miami FTorldfl PATRICK MCOKOT
TV. Miami, >' on the 7th
daj 'f rvtnher. \ I> IS58 cauae to bo
rporated undr ihe lawn of '1'^
> .. of Ki.vn rimr, ix'*.
rporatinn, will principal plaoo
t.u-ni. ss al Miami, Hade County
>. i. of Ri rldn, and wh< i .-is
-U' li rorporaUoi did on tin- 2Sth day
: fK'tober, .\ ''. ,aus. to bfl
th.- irf11. i f thi Secretary cf
State of tti. Stati if i-'ioriiia. tn->
io, umi-tiiiirv nuthorltj required undr
r Sectloi.....- _' Florid* Hlatutear,
Hhuwlns the diKs. lutlon of mioh or-
n \',.w. iherc-fore. *l.- Secretary of
s-. does ii.r.t.i ertlfy t" the I
mi and thai ratlafied 11 I
th. reguln n I the law have I >
1 complied ith
i\' witni:.-.- .'iriMMi'. l i
h. r. unto -. mj hand and
affixed the Ureal >.,] of ihe Stat. of
i Florida, at Tallahaaaee, the ("apll '.
' thiv ih.> 28th day of October, A.l>. i,
lear-
n'nn I
?lape|
f'7t I
I
in 'I
I
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Harry Beyer Affiliates With
litrtgow Funerd Centers
Harry W. Beyer, well-known
throughout the Jewish communities
in Dade and Breward counties, has
recently become associated with
Lithgow Funeral Centers. Inc.. and
is no longer affiliated in any way
ociatton. he is a former with any other funeral home,
the Miami chapter of j All arrangements and services
i'-y at Florida Alumni will be conducted personally by Mr
Beyer, who state-, "All religious
rituals are observed and laws
closely adhered to according to
rabbinical interpretation. There is
a Torah room and a generous M-
lection of Orthodox caskets to
choo.-H- from "
Highway Expert Ralph Poston
Is Semite Reelection Hopeful
Sen. Ralph Poston. Democratic
nominee for reelection to the State
Senate. District 46, is considered
one of the state's leading authori-
ties on roads a:.d highways today.
Having served in the Florida
House of Representatives from
1964 to L%6t whenhe was ejected
to the State Senate. Mr. Poston
was faairman of the Senate Public
Roads and Highways Committee
during the last session. He was ap-
pointed in 1968 to serve on the
President's National Highway Safe-
ty Advisory Committee.
Gilbert Is a veteran
Air Force, a graduate
Ediaoa High. School and
|ity of Florida, and a
KOMI teacher, coach
du*octer.
Plan Door-to-door Drive
' To Help a Child Breathe'' h
the motto of the Peahkln and the
North Dade Chapters of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, who are planning a door-
to-door and street solicitation furd
drive in the North Miami BeJch
area Nov. 14-18.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
v. : -!; IS HKKBUY OIVBN thai
hy .irtu-- of ("hapMr 678 of Florida
Rtatatea Annotated (1841), ".'..-
h, -i and W nr, hnnee !! '
Wherein ABH VAN LINKS a
.,..... hy \irtu-- of its a-arrhnuw
|[, r,:,v ,-. : p..s-> -Moll thi ll<
lag il> i r.t or' [i.Tty:
!.,.. Hi ueehi Id i iooda an liu vv rly
of MANNtH iViLLIKIL whow lal
n .. S \\ .' RUl
pi -,. t, .',!.. i lorlda 'I ha: thi
j;-.d clay ol November, '''* during thi
Ii y ,l hi ur-i of -. ... Inlj t" t. en
m imi fur.'..'- and 3:00 In lh after-
l t 2181 N \\ _vh Avenu. "
Florid. hi lei signed ahall nffer for
Al.- to th. it I I Ii iIi-i
In hn'iid th> ibnt I. t 'I ; i '
of MAN'R COI.UBR
l^a'od a* Miami, Florida
dav of Oct it
"
in the circuit court op the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCi^T
IN AND FOR DADE COL'NT v.
FLORIDA
NO. 68-1SW3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IjOYNAZ r IMlQt'ETE,
Plaintiff.
V8
rlUBNB I> MO'tAI.KS
dp rVK|l*>JTE
Defendant.
TO- IRE.V-: 1' Mi IRAU3S
d^ Boun-ITB.
s .i Rafael
Sn ; Q
ILAVitr t. i *ui'.*
YOf ARK HEREBY VOTtKtBD th:K
n Complaint for Divorce hae been
fll.-d asalnfll you. and you :ire requir-
ed to irf-vi' i i-,.r.y of your An>w.r
th.'ret on Plaintiff'* Attorney. BF.K-
NARD '-'. JAFFE, ': Alnslev Hultd-
Ina, vt'am'. Florida r >, nd file the
.. Answer .- the office ol th
(;.-* .> :-. i'i-'-ui: court of Dade
'' ints -----i 0>tl or hpfor^ th.- 6th
rtaj Dwember, 1*68; ottMrwIaa -.< J
ComtdB.......vorce will be takr:i
you
Date it Ml im Florid .
' '
i: H LBATHBRM w Clark
Clr 'Ull i "ourt
By K M I.YMAN
D 'U*-> Clerk
11 L-8-15-81
T<..M ,M i A MS
Si r. .-. state
11-1-s
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Acts of 1941
File No. 68 A S56
V..TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN f .1
Martin Wo,.In., holder of Count)
Kale Certificate* numbered /'L'l. !'._.
and 8>88 i-^io d thi lal da) of Ju'
\ |i V'i..i. Iki- filed name in m> offi. e,
..vl has madi upplieatlon fi>r -i %
deed to be isaui ereon Sa Id I
..'- ml ra. th< follow lug
-. nl- ,1 pn pert) the Count) i
l .: State I Fli i Ida, lo v\
i.,.t l" lllo Hi ii^ h Miami Hg -
.\.i,l B. Plat Page Ii
I -in i i Slati ol
''i... .i- el i .1 : (Vrl IfieM"
Vn To.'-t sei --ni.-nt of -. 1
proper!) under said eertifleate
- ii, d ..- n -'.. .,m. ,.: i'
Hanson, Amd, Thi- deed HI i .
.-.-u.'.l subject to 1868 i '
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Certificate So, 7M9 The aaaetu
mem of said propcrt) under i'
said certificate is-u.-.l \wis in the
name of C. A. Futch This .1.-. .1
will he laauad subjecl to I86S
County taxes and liens
t-ots 43 & 44 Block 11. S Miami
Heights Add li. Pint Hix.k If>
Pace IS in the County of Dade.
state of Florida, as i mbraead in
i ertificate No. s-,s,, vh,
m-nt ol laid property under the
aid -r .,:.- laattM w.is in the
Dame ol t. K. Hunt. Thi* will be issued BllbJeOt tO I .S
Count) taxes and dlens
rnless aaid certifteatea shall be rp-
i"K to law. the p-nperty
dnaortbed herein will be sold to the
' hi I I >r at the Court Houae
dooron the first Monday in ti,. month
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day of December. AD .s
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IfeWJLSllX Floridiaitl I Causing Anti-Semitism
I Florida, November 1, 1968
Section C
ADL Survey Reports 'Fruitful'
[Progress In Civil Rights Laws
Hirst half of 1968 was "the
fruitful six-month period in
Kniy of the United States"
pslative progress protecting
jhts, according to a nation-
Survey conducted by the '
Uamation League of B'nai
[reported that developments
Ifederal level tended to over-
new legislation on the
Bid local levels but three
^n border states adopted
t ination laws and many
lopted local ordinances
discrimination in housing.
|ADL report called the adop
deral fair housing law
spectacular achieve
t the 1JI68 Civil Rights Act.
itself, which includes fed-
hi against interference
exercise of civil right-.
scribed as a "major ad-
,- was Congressional legis-
broviding improved judicial
ery for the selection with
crimination of federal and
les.
report stated that the U.S.
Die Court in effect eliminat
pmptions in the housing sec-
Ihis year's Civil Rights Act
kh "a momentous decision"
a provision of the 186b"
Lights Act valid and enforce-
kainsl racial discrimination
purchase or rental of all real
prsonal property.
Supreme Court, the report
ted. "brushed aside" efforts
re a limited reading to the
relation decisions of
land 1955. Several decisions
(red tln year stress the clear
lot public school officials to
iffii malive steps to convert
Hlth's outlawed dual system
ducation to a true uni
(ystem from which racial dic-
tation will be completely
Hated.
late level. Kentucky be-
the lir Dixon line to enact a fair
- law; Oklahoma added its
to the 35 stati having laws
against discrimination in emplov
ment and the 36 with laws against
discrimination in places of public
accommodation. Maryland includ-
ed bars and taverns among the
places covered by its law against
discrimination in places of public
accommodation.
Rhode I land passed two amend-
ments Strengthening the fair hous-
ing law it adopted in 1!)65. Michi-
gan passed a fair housing act,
broadening the jurisdiction of its
Civil Rights Commission.
New York streamlined its law
against d -crimination to make it
more effective; it replaced its nine
member State Commission for Hu-
man Rights with a single commis-
sioner appointed by the governor.
Pennsylvania transferred it- Hu-
I man Relations Commission from
; the Department of Labor and In-
In try to the governor's office. Vir-
ginia passed two bills designed to
| curb and control extremist activi-
' ties.
On the municipal level, a "si :
; nificant factor" was the reversal
j by six cities of a trend which saw
the defeat of housing ordinances
submitted to public referenda, the
report asserts. These citiesFlint.
Sagmaw. I'ontiac, Plymouth and
Birmingham, all in Michigan, and
Normal in [illinoisapproved in
referenda fair housing ordinances
preview 1> adopted by their city
councils. Such ordinances were de-
feated in referenda, however, in
lackson, Mich, and in Columbia.
Mo.
Items Of Interest
lentine Jews Hit
rernment Policy
Anti-Semitism
FADS AIRES (JTA) The
community of Argentina is
concerned over the increas-
ImfestationsOf anti-Semitism
country to which they link
feent fire which destroyed a
on Israeli trade exhibition
Buenos Aires fairgrounds.
>AIA. Argentine Jewry's cen-
repre-entative body, held an
aidinary session here attend-
iates from the provinces.
psidcr the problem.
11A president Dr. Isaac dold-
ig said that anti-Semitism in
ntuia wa< more active this
[than in 1967, but Jewish ap
lor the government to offi-
repudiate it have fallen on
ears Nazi like journals are
circulated in Buenos Aires.
id, and cemeteries are dese-
kl Just this week. 25 swastikas
painted on the walls of the
kh cemetery in t.he town of
I.la.
'"'"in!;: that the destruction
Israeli pavilion was not an
W incident but part of a
I ol events. Dr. Goldenberg
Hharp issue with a statement
Imi-tcr of Interior Dr. Guil-
Borda, who said the evi-
was insufficient to conclude
'he fire was the result of
i.nal acts."
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
There are so many conflicting reports about the size of the Jewish
population in Dadc County that we think our town is overdue for a
comprehensive census This is a natural task for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and such a project should pay handsome dividends
in both community planning and fund raising for the CJA-IEF
Ira Steinmeti of the YM-YWHA telephoned to say that the organization
is hard at work coordinating a project to increase participation by
Dade youth in Israel youth programs Leon Ell and William Pallot
list their names on national advertisements for the Nixon-Agncw ticket
. ADA leader Robert Nathan made an impressive pitch for support
of the Humphrey-Muskie slate at a meeting hosted b> Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Courshon ... If you haven't already gotten your shares of
Dutch Inns reserved for the luture public issue by Jerry Weinkle and
Alan Kessler, it's too late And isn't Michael Sossin of the Shalom
Convalescent Home and the Blackstone about ready to go the public
route, too" Jewish Flonuian Managing Editor Jacob Chernofsky's
"scoop" on anus purchases by Jordanians in South Florida picked up
by news media around the world.
SPLINTERS: Beach F.Iks have racked up more than 1.000 ticket
-ales ,oi the NOV. i4 premiere ol Frank Sinatra's newest film, "Lady
in Cement.'" at the Carib New assistant treasurer of Hade Fed
eral Savings and Loan Association is Ronald G. Melser, a career exec-
utive. The Kendall branch ol Dade Federal overflowed Monday night
as Aviva Group of Hadassah presented a series of political debates ...
Journal ol Israel Numismatics has issued a 1969 Chanukah Medal,
marking Israel's 20th anniversary, tor members of the International
Israel Numismatic Society. Franklin Mint turned out the handsome
medal Congratulations to City Commissioner Maurice Ferre for
being designated as the winner of the 1968 Good Government Award
by the Greater Miami Jaycees. Presentation was made at a dinner at
Miami Holiday Inn ... A testimonial honored State Attorney Richard
E. Gerstein at Wild Bill's Steak House recently. Harry Levy heads the
potent, non-partisan Beach group Murray M. Sheldon, Beach in-
surance agency head, is new president of South Florida Chapter of the
Society of Charter Property and Casualty Underwriters.
CHATTER: Sam Edelstein reports more than $100,000 expended in
refurbishing program for Lido Spa, successful health resort located
just off the Venetian Causeway. Four new luxury rooms were added
. President Allen A. Dworkis of the Miami Beach Cultural Society '
announced a savings bond awards program to encourage talented
young musicians. Students interested should contact Allen at 1305
Monad Terrace. Miami Beach ... A tip of the lid to Al Sherman, vice
president of Mechanics Uniform Service, upon his election as chairman
of the City oi Miami Beach boxing commission. And new vice chair-
man is popular restaurateur Charles Bookbinder, a veteran of the
city's public relations board Sanford Rywell, co-manager of Hentz
& Company's office in Miami Beach, serving as chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the Floridians, new entry in the American Basket-
ball Association, which will play home games at the Beach. Sandy
already is setting aside a February game with the New York Nets for
a Hebrew Academy benefit.
DISANDATA: Arthur J. Schwartz, vice president of Bache & Co..
took part In a four-day sales conierence in Phoenix sponsored by the
world-wide investment firm Speaker at the conferment dinner of
Miami's chapter of CLU was Charles Zimmerman New magazine
advertising rep firm headed by Leon S. Adler, veteran oi I^onard Co.
for past 10 years With Dick Stone racing all over the state as
one of the most requested speakers for the Democratic ticket in
I Florida, and law partner Marshall Langer busy with speaking engage
ments throughout Latin America, the work must be piling up for their
paitners What's this? Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami City
Commissioner Irwin Christie teaming up to promote a Hebrew Academy
golf tournament. The two veteran political figures are on opposite
sides, in spades, for the November vote on the consolidation of county
and city police and fire departments Veteran Hollywood financier
Abe Mailman named Hollywood chairman for Brandeis University;
dinner and theater party Dec. 17 preceding grand premiere preview
performance of "Fiddler on the Roof at the Dade County Auditorium.
All participants in Brandeis' annual giving program will receive free .
tickets to the musical's initial showing here.
MONTEVIDEO (JTA) Dr. Na-
Imm Goldmann, president of the
World Jewish Congress, said here
this week that the problems of
Latin American Jewry stem not so
much from an overt anti-Semitic
movement as from tensions and
instability on the continent. "When
tensions of a revolutionary nature
are present, we Jews, as a minority,
always become its first victims,"
Dr. Goldmann said.
The Jewish leader arrived here
to attend the iifth conference of
Latin American Jewish Communi-
ties. At a pre-s conference he dis-
cussed a wide range of subjects
covering the status of Jew- in
various countries. He said that
Jews in Latin America should not
ignore anti-Semitic manifestations,
but he indicated that he d'd not
see them as a major threat He
noted that the anti-Jewish Tacuara
movement existed in Buenos Aires
a few ye.ns ago, and remarked
that ""those who burned the Israeli
pavilion at the liueno- A,n trade
fair a ii ,\ weeks ago were
friends ol the .lews."
Dr. Goldmann said the biggest
threat to Jews, however, docs not
come from traditional aim Semites
of the extreme right but from the
new phenomenon" of anti Zionism
of the extreme left.
He noted that anti-Zionism in the
Soviet Union reached spectacular
proportions right alter the Arab-
Israel war Ol June. 1967. He said
DR. NAHUM COIDMANN
it was "violent and nasty"' in Po-
land where "surely 20,000 Jews
are in danger. This mental perver-
sion h i ow n tsell am u g lei st
gro ips in Western countries whi< h
n.i'. e developi I ant [i lei I
ol such violence it is difficult to
-av i iere anti Zionism ends
anti Semitism begins." he
in Rio dc Janeiro, Dr.
mann this week was orated with
he inner Cruzeiro Do Sul (South-
ern Cio-s in presenting the d o
ration, Braz I s Foreij n Minister,
Magalhaes Pinto, <:ud it represent-
ed a tribute to the Jewish people.
which contributed much to world
civilization and to Bra/..: dei
ment,
Seminar Told Of Decline
In Anti-Jewish Incidents
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)A three-
day seminar on human relations
was held here with delegates rep
resenting Jewi-h organizations in
Brazil, Uruguay, Chile. Argentina,
and the United States participating
Organized by the Argentine Jew-
ish Institute for Culture and Infor-
mation, the gathering was the first
ol its kind on the continent. Its
opening session took up a problem
[hat has beer, the source ol grow-
ing concern among Latin Ameri-
can Jewry anti-Semitism and
anti-Israel sentiments.
Participants from the United
States included Dr. Bertram Cold,
executive vice president of the
American Jewish Committee, and
Dr. Simon Segal, director of the
AJCommittee's loreign affairs de-
partment.
Another speaker was Father
Jorge Mejia. chairman of the de-
partment for ecumenism of the
Latin American Ecumenical Coun-
cil. Father Mejia s group is inter-
ested in furthering Judeo-Christian
dialogues and is studying revisions
in Christian religious texts where
anti-Jewish bias is found. He urged
patience and understanding on the
nart of Christians and trust on the
part ol Jews.
The seminar was told that anti-
Semitic incidents have declined
sharply in the past two year
spite recent swastika daubings n
Jewish cemeterj walls and a
wnich Jewish organizations attrib-
ute to terrorists, that destroyed the
$2 million Israel pavilion at the m-
ternational trade (air in B
Aires on Sept. --i
During the past year Of P
lent Juan Ongania's re ime only
a half do/en serious Incident h i
oeen recorded compared to more
han 100 during the regime 01 his
predecessor, President Arturo [Ilia.
But under the [Ilia a .
mere wen' a few Jew- holding
government positions
here doesn't seem to
cording to Dr. Segal
Delegates from Chile reported
that Jews there are concerned with
an alleged increase of anti-Israel
commentary by the Marxist press.
Uruguayan Jews said the) were
worried about political upheavals
in their country because "as a mi-
nority we are the first to suffer
whenever there is turmoil."
Open Art Exhibition Set
Allied Arts of North Miami. Inc.,
will present its sixth annual "Ce-
lebrity Time" open art exhibition
and luncheon Sunday from noon
until 3 p.m. at the Miami Woman's
Club. 1737 N Bayshore Dr.
Community leaders who attended the recent dinner dedicat-
ed to the youth proaram of the YMHA inc'uded (from left):
Paul Fc3ke, honorary president of the Y. Snm Seitlin, presi-
dent; Robert Russell, chairman of the 1969 campaign for
the Combined Jewish App-al; and Leon Kaplan. Federa-
tion president.


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Friday, NOVp-^
Mrs. Alvin Rosen, president of Suburban Leaque Women,
receives an illuminated scroll of appreciation from Variety
Children's Hospital for her orqanzation's efforts in raisinq
SI6,150 for the hospital. Gerard W. Frawlev. executive di-
rector of the hospital, made the presentation.
Yogman Is Named To Seagram Post
Edgar M. Bronfman, president
and ehief executive officer of Jo-
j.eph E. Seagram and Sons. Inc..
has announced the appointment of
Jack Yogman as chief operating
officer of the company. Mr. Yog-
Ambassador
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Prior to ioining the company in
1957, Mr. Yogman was a partner
in Stevenson, Jordan and Harrison,
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Max Fisher Heads
New Nixon Group
NEW VORK ttA Max
fisher of Detroit, national Jewish
communal leader and special ad
i>iser on urban and commumtj al
fairs to Republican Presidential
candidate Richard M Kixon. has
announced formation ol a new na-
tional organization "Conci
k itizens for Nixon." which he de
scribed as a group ol "outstanding
Jewish leaders."
Mi Fisher who is chairman oi
the new group, made the announce
men) at a press conference during
which ho said there was a "good
chance" thai the greatest number
,)l American Jewish cil tens ever
to support a Republican Pre>i len
lial candidate would vote for Mr
Nixon next month. Mr Fisher, a
former national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, said he felt
that one reason for the anticipated
shifting of Jewish votes from the
usual majority lor Democratic
candidates this year was that manj
American Jews "are becoming in-
creasingly concerned about the
Administration's policy toward Is-
rael." citing the delay in selling
the Phantom jet fighter-bombers
to Israel.
-At the same time." h.' added.
American Jews had become in-
creasingly attracted to Mr Nixon's
forthright .statement ol Sept, 8 in
which he declared that the balance
Df military Strength in the Middle
East must be tipped in Israel- la
vor."
Mr. Fisher said that a- an Amor
i ican and as a Jew. he was con
,corned with the campaign for the
| presidency of former Alabama
| Gov. George Wallace, seeing in
i that campaign the same potential
' dangers which existed al the start
; of Hitler's march to power. He de
! clared that Mr. Nixon was the only
candidate who could stave off the
i Wallace "threat" and provide an
effective antidote to it He asserted
! that the so-called "Jewish vote"
: should not be taken for granted by
any party and said public opinion
polls indicate that 31 percent of
! Jewish voters favor Mr Nixon.

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Slate Rep. Harold G. Featherr-tone of Miami (center), chad
man of Florida's Subcommittee on Private Colleges and jV
dent Financial Aici discusses his Hou~e scholars] billwfl
Dr. Jock B. Wolfe :* president of the Ficr: I
Association, end Dr. Leonaid Cherda~k. rrf- .-. c( ^
Dade cptometiy group. Bsth oraaniza'ions SDOn oi scholar-1
ships in optometry at Miami-Dade Junior C-llo-c
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? recipients of public welfare. The 222 residents and their^
? relatives provide only 45o of the Home's total income.
b Without the financial support of the THRIFT SHOP the Hom
b would be in desperate financial straits. The Thrift Shop must
b increase its allocation to the Home this year because ol
? steeply rising costs. I therefore urge all friends of the Home]
? to immediately contribute furniture, funishings appliances
P clothing etc. to the Thrift Shop.
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hbert Si. Jchn, noted author and fcreiqn correspondent.
,a:s with Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Israel bond and Hadassah
acer, at the Hadassah Israel 20th Anniversary Ln-i-heon.
tiere more than 2000 women joined in celebratinq Is-
el s anniversary and in honorinq Mrs. Fred Jonas. Mem-
lr<- of the audience p"rchased S345.000 worth of Israel
^nds at thi occasion where Mr St. Jnnh was auest =Deaker.
iy Lake Names Education Director
Beth Torah ConsreKations Adult
Education Institute is offering a
program with courses ranging from
Dynamics of Jewish Kthics to a
language course in Yiddish.
The Women's Institute, which
[meet] every Tuesday morning, in
, addition to Rabbi Max Lipschitz'
course on ethics, will offer Basic
Judaism, taught by Mrs. Roslyn Z.
Seidel. educational director: Un-
derstanding the Bible, with Danny
Siegel. the scholar in residence as
its instructor, and Synagogue
Prayer-, taught by Lewis Coorl-
man.
The course in Yiddish will be
taught by Lillian Steinfink. while
Hotel
Famed For
Algiers Is
Luxury
Binyamin Field has been
l!ed educational and ritual
i r of Sky Lake Synagogue.
Miami Beach, according to
mouncement made by Abe
r president of the coni;reL;a
educational director. Rev.
.' ill head the William and
I dell Hebrew School of the
Friday Services Are
sduled at Beth Kodesh
Frldaj services at Beth Ko-
|Congregation will be resumed
the winter season. The first
lh< luled for 8:15 p.m. Friday
pbbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Ben
son and Sam Schulwolf. pres-
ol the congregation, will offi-
opeti the seasonal series.
synagogue.
A native of New York City. Rev.
Field is a graduate of the Manhat-
tan Day School and Yeshiva Cha-
fetz Chaim of New York. He re-
ceived his secular education at
Miami Dade Junior College and
the I'niversity of South Carolina,
where he majored in psychology
and education. He received his
teaching license from the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater
Miami.
For the past four years. Rev.
Field has served as vouth director
of Brith Sholom-Belh Israel Con-
gregation of Charleston. S.C.. and
taught at the Hebrew Day School
in that city-
He served for three years as ad-
vior to the Southern Region of the
National Conference of Synagogue
Youth
The Hotel Algiers, the first on
Miami Beach to be built around
the enchanting legends of Aladdin.
Sinbad. sheiks, sultans and myste-
riously veiled women, has earned
an enviable reputation for its col-
orful luxury, exotic decor and un-
surpassed view of the ocean.
The owners. Dave Levinson and
Lou Kenin. have transported the
atmosphere of Algeria and the
Casbah right into Florida's Gold
("oast
Since its opening, the Hotel Al-
giers has been lauded by such en-
tertainment personalities as Ed
Sullivan. Sam Levenson, Veronica
Lake and Robert Q Lewis
the Hebrew language instructors
are Shirley Levin. Anita Segal.
Naomi Altshuler and Mr. Good
man. A luncheon study group un-
der the direction of Dr. Lipschitz
will dicuss portions of the works of
the great medieval philosopher
Maimonides.
Other project- planned by the
Institute are a couples' discussion
group, meeting once a month on
Sunday evening at the home of
Rabbi Lipschitz. 1120 NE 165th
Ter.. and a monthly reading club
meeting the third Monday at 10
a.m. in the library to discuss mod-
ern novels of vital Jewish interest
A rabbinical student of the Jew-
i-h Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, on leave to work in the educa-
tional institutions of the Southeast
region. Mr Siegel will teach Basic
Judaism to four groups: parents of
newly-enrolled children, parents of
Students of Bar and Bas Mitzvah
age. parents of Confirmation clas>
students and parents of I'nited
Synagogue Youth.
Binder-Baldwin
Second Store
The Binder Baldwin Piano Co..
2020 Bi-cayne Blvd. has opened a
second store at 11765 S. Dixie Hwy
William Binder of Miami Beach.
president of the firm, said the new-
location has an area of 3.000 sq.ft.
Ruben Schneider was the architect
and Harry Korash the contractor.
Staffed by many long time em-
ployes of the organization, the
store has a stock of Baldwin or-
gans and pianos, guitars and am-
plifier-. Kimball organs and pianos,
and has a special department for
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Friday. November 1
LEONARD ZilBtRT
Leonard Zilberts
hi Israel For
JFDA Parity
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert.
I Beach View Dr.. North Bay
ige. have left for Europe an !
1- !. where Mr. Zilbert will serve
a- leleffate to the convention of
ish Funeral Directors of Amer-
Mr Zilbert is a vice president
ivenside Memorial Chapels.
While they are abroad. Mr. Zil-
bert. chairman of the board of the
rew Home for the Aged of
Miami Beach, will visit institutions
ioi the aged in Europe and Eng-
land,
Palevoda Elected
President Of M.B.
Music, Art I nit
v alt r !'.i \.' la.
i i ] oJ the Opera Gu Gi
Miami, has been elected pres I
>f the Miami Beach Mus an I
Arts League. He succeeds Louis
Hoberman. Surfside councilman,
.ho has served as League pres!-
lent lor the past two years.
Other officers named at the
League"s annual election include
Sam Annis. Joseph Goodman. Ben
Lawson and Isidore Oberlan ler,
vice presidents: Hyman i leon,
treasurer, and Mrs. Essie Green-
oerg, secretary.
Newly-elected members of the
Board of Directors include: Aaron
Aberbach, Sydna Abet bach. Ann
Bicky. Irving Billig, Fannie Broad.
Dr Lom- Bun m, Gladys Bunim.
Dorris Drexel. Allen Dworkis. Ruth
Freeman, Minnie Freystadt, Sally
Goodman, Fred Gold. Lillian (lib-
ber. Chuck Hall. Hemian Higger.
Fstelle Hoberman. Hose Lawson.
Harry Lipkowitz. Ray Li-kin. So
Liskm. Joseph Malek. Dr. Davi(
Morris. Edith Oberlander. Barbara
Palevoda, Irvine Spear. Marian
Spear. Maxwell Spiro, Olga Bibor
Stern. Charles Tamas. Violet Ta-
mas. Raymond Wise. Sam Woolf
and Tanya WoLhin.
Cera Id Mager
Receives Award
Gerald Mager. legal counsel for
G Claude Kirk, whose parents
art the Rev. and Mrs. Morris D.
Msger, 1725 James Ave., Miami
Etach. has received the Florida
Ja;.cees 1968-69 State Good Gov-
trr.iient Award.
Mr. Mager, who began his career
in state government in the Attor-
ney General's office in 1959. has
- n instrumental in drafting the
P. -lie Defender and Good Samari-
tan laws during the past eight
yesrs.
He was nominated by the Talla-
hassee Jaycees for this award, pre-
"ed to him at the Jaycees' an-
I d\ convention in Daytona Beach.
Servicemen Guests at
'Star* Benefit Premiere
Seventy-five tickets for the pre-
miere showing of "Star" have been
donated to the USO by the Wom-
en's Committee of Island View
Ho.-pital for distribution to service-
men arriving in this area aboard
' ships.
The men will be guests at the
opening night, Nov. 12 at the Lin-
coin Th",,>-p. Miami Beach, of the
movie which stars Julie Andrews.
Proceeds of the premiere show-
ing will benefit the Island View
! Hospital, a planned community-
venture, according to Mrs. Harold
Granoff. president of the Women's
Committee. Mrs. Frances Linn is
ticket chairman.
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SHE HAS A STAKE
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DO YOU?
She has given to the Greater Miami Philharmonic.
Without help, this fine new orchestra ceases. Won't
you join her, and have a stake in our future ?
CREATED MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Checking over prorram to: Temple Beth
Am's Bar Mitzvah Anniversary dinner-
dance, scheduled for Dec. 14 ct the Sheraton
Fcur Ambassadors Ho'e'. are kev members
cf the dinner committee headed by Alan B.
Kessler, past president or -he congregation.
S'a-Hirn 'ot r'rrM. ere Mrs. Julian Pear-
son, president of the Tem-'e 3eth Am Sister-
hood; Mrs. Sidney Schreer. Mrs. ]-
So'.cmcn and Mrs. Byron S. Cherkas V 3
Kessler. a past Sisterhood president
ed next to her husband. Th? event wi1]
brate the l^th anniversa*~v of the sv:i :
end of of Dr. Herbert Baumgard's service
cs its rabbi.
Beth Am Adult
Education Institute
Off To Good Start
Two courses, one on 18 h On
tury Hassidism. the other on mod-
ern Israel, are being featured at
Temple Beth Am's Adult F.luca
tion Institute, which b;'a-' Tues-
day nieht in the congregations
Adult Education Room.
Rabbi Arthur Z. Steinbera is
teaching a course entitled. "Si
ries from the Ha-sidim." a dicus-
sion of the literary contribution-
of Ha the religion of the heart and tl
worship of Cod throu ;h joyful liv-
ing The class begins a; 8 p.m.
At 9 p.m. Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard's class on "Modern Israel'
meets. Dunns the eight-wei ks
the course, the rabbi, wh i has
"'" : ': : .,,. ,.
liscuss the reasons I
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#*?# ttrridlfain
Barney Bernstein Is
Named To National
AICPA Council
Barney Bernstein. Miami CPA,
Iwas reelected to the governing
council of the American Institute
of Certified Public Accountants at
Pane 1-
BAKHtr BCKNSTtlN
the AICP.Vs 81s: annual meeting
m Washington. D.C.
I The council, ^overn'ng b**iv ot
the institute, set- policy and au-
aoriiej "i gram* of the national
. i>r< essional ety. The institute
prepares the un] >rm national q lal-
ifying examination for CPAs, i-
su. .- formal statements i.n ;. ,;:
ible accounti i practice and pro-
rides a varietj oJ sp al sen ices
tor 63.000 mem
Mr B 'rnst in sen r partner of
'he Miami i counting firm, Bi
sic n an.! Pati hen, is a
preiideni of the Florida I istitute
oi CPAs ami the I);:,1- Count}
Chapter of the Florida Institute.
He is also a member of the Ma-
'o-.a' A&ociin ot Accountant.-.
the Estate Planning Council of
Southeast Florida, and currently is
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Tax Institute. Inc.
Active in civic affairs. Mr. Bern-
stein is a past president of the
Jewish Vocational Service, and a
past vice president and board
chairman of Temple Beth Am.
He is a graduate of New York
University School of Commerce
and the University of Miami Law
School.
Meeting to finalize p'a-s for their "Bid and
Buy Luncheon, to b?n*fit the Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School, which was held at
noon Wednesday in Sklar Auditorium, are
members of the Temp'e Sisterhood serving
en the luncheon committee. Standing (from
left) crr Mrj. Jeannp FVdmon Sisterhood,
president; Mrs. Hannah Randman. Lunchec.
coordinator; Mrs. Louis Cohen, past pre?
dent; Mrs. Jack Yasman and Mrs. Harry I
Glazer, cochairman of the Luncheon. Seated
from left, Mrs. Irvina Frankel and Mrs. Harr,
Cohen, co-chairmen. Max Raskin is spons~.
cl the luncheon.
RICKEY PATTERSON
Student. 14 years old
MR WILLIAM D. PAWLEY
Pn sident, Talisman Sugar Corp
MRS. WILLIAM BINDER
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Friday, Novn'rer 1

BOOK REVIEW
si'ifinnui- h. lirhmaii
THE MAN WHO LOVED LAUGHTER

FAITH THROUGH REASON
. I He
The Jew; h Publication Soi
I mil Falsteini The Man
Who Loved Laughter (92.95) as a
..ant book intended foi
agers However The Storj of Sho
lom Aleichem. subtitle of the
book, tan be read with pleasure
by people of all agea ami faith.-.
During Sholom Aleichem- life-
time, he acquired fame a> the
most popular Yiddish writer, and
aa- compared to Mark Twain as
a.;i a- other great humorists.
I'nfortunati this fame bri
no fortune to the man who had
Rabinowits in
Russia He died at an
. i ise he
ii ire the
rest that
he I i
I is; o in the last
0| iphy mov-
1 life '! the man who
h is even
more dan ihat of the
characters he createdeven his
hai acter, Tc\ ye the
M km! popularly known
he 'Fiddler on the Roof."
Charles and Bertie Schwartz,
husband and wife team of attor-
neys, co-authored Faith Through
Reason $3 50, National Women's
League ol the United Synat
of America.J Their book is writ-
ten in simple language. b> lay-
men for laymen While the au-
thor- -;ate "Judaism is based
upon -ueh beliefs a- are arrived
at through rea-on they do
admit that this doe- no! m an
that the beliefs of Judaism alone
can be supported by reason.
Theodore Bike!, actor, folk sing-
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... L, comoa er ana satirist, win
Avoiding anv philosophu-a; or ... ,
.physical discussions the au- deadline the enter- n enl oro-
to ho-e
are vague and unci
lead peripheral Jews to
Man;, who fit

: ctl m through reading this
and i lide for those who
a. i perpli xed
qram at the Cedars c: Lebanon
Am Nov-
ember 15 ol the : :;leau
Hotel
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For Israeli
Children's Hume
B
B'r:-
in I
Israeli Embassy Aide Is
Found Shot To Death
LO.VDON ..! \ Mattityahu
- Dinner-I
Israeli Embassy here was S
round shot to death in hi- St. Johns Worm i \\ i;
Wood apartment here this week-dine's Wcstlai
with a pi-iol beside hi- bodv An a .
- n" Pai
investigation is in progress but po- -he eight B'i
lice -aid there was no evidence of Chapters that maki thi Miami
foul play Mr. Sharon. 42. a former Council, headed b\ Mr- Sam Kur-
major in the Israel Army, was mar-
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secretary to Ihe Israel Consul Gen-
eral He was due to return to Israel
shortly to take up a new post.
land, pres
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A citation tin- his literary con-
tribution in behalf of the State
"l Israel will be conferred upon
Rabbi Titor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue, by the
City Council of Jerusalem Nov. 6.
Rabbi Stern will be in Israel
to preside at the second annual
Talmud Coniesl when the best
Talmud students from the United
States will compete with their Is-
raeli counterparts for final hon-
ors Rabbi Stern is the interna-
tional president oi the Talmud
Contest.
At this time, too, ;i special Tal-
mud award will be presented in
Jerusalem honoring Jacob C. Co-
hen, the founder of the Miami
Beach synagogue that bears 'us
name.
*
II was "back to school" recent-
ly lor Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David Congregation, who attend-
ed a seminar in Continuing Edu-
cation sponsored for rabbis by
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
The seminar was the sixth in
the series which provides rabbin-
ical graduates oi the seminary an
opportunity for renewed study
with ii- faculty. Rabbi Landau is
a member oi the seminary's (.'lass
of 1951,
the advantages of Harry.
North Miami artist Regi Kassel
Yanich is having a '"one man"
show of her ceramic sculpture at
the Bacardi Gallery, 2100 Bis-
cayne Blvd. The exhibit will run
through Nov. 8
Mrs. Yanich has had other one-
"man" shows al Rogue's Gallery
Two in Coral Gables and at the
Kina Gallery in Jerusalem, and
has exhibited nationally in Chi-
cago. Detroit and Atlanta. She is
Art Director of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami and of Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
The Society of Young Perform-
ers, inaugurated in March. 1967
in memory oi the late pianist An-
yuta Melicey, has aroused the in-
terest of many civic-minded citi-
zens of Greater Miami lately
In founder president, Ruth
Brotman, aays that recent dona-
tions to the society include an
accordion valued at $500, a con-
certina which has been earmark-
ed for a talented folk singer, and
two piano scholarships to be
awarded to male concert pianists
between the ages of 18 and 21.

Twenty veterans, wounded in
Viet Nam. are having fun in the
surf and sand as guests of the
Shower of Stars Hotel group on
Miami Beach, which includes the
Delano. Di Lido, Lucerne, Sea
Cull. Sea Isle and Shore Club.
These hotels have been hosts to
more than 250 wounded soldiers
since the Vie! Nap; war began
*
Carol Lynn Richie, who gradu
nagna nun laude from Barrj
< nil, .-! i.i June ha returned
1c> hi \i i i .i it Vlmi-
gion ounselor, a job that entails
travel over the State of Florida.
Les Bernstein, 22-year-old sun of
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Bernstein of
Coral Gables, has been appointed
to the news staff of radio station
WIOD. the station's news direc-
tor, Fred Mooke, has announced.
Bernstein transferred from radio
station WfX'N, which he joined
this summer after graduating
from the University of Florida
with a B.S. degree in broadcast
ing.
*
Wanted! Musicians who play
banjo, bass fiddle, bass mandola,
guitar or mandola-cello lo join
the Miami Beach Mandolin En-
seinble.
Dr. Samuel Kippel, who played
with the St Louis Symphon) for
25 years, is conducting the group.
Which rehearses twice weekly
Concert master is Sarah Kosov-
sky, a 15-year veteran oi the
Cleveland Mandolin Orchestra,
who, with her husband, Joseph,
helped organize the Ensemble
The group performs for senior
citizens, at Iladassab projects, as
well as lor shut-ins. The president
of the Miami Beach Cultural So-
ciety, Allen A. Dworkis, also
serves as the Mandolin Ensem-
ble's president. Interested musi
cians should contact Dr Kippel.
jliving Hebrew' Is
Again Presented By
Education Bureau
"Living Hebrew" will be broad
cad for the eleventh year on Ch.2,
IVVTIISTV. according lo an an-
nouncement made by Albert E.
[Ossip, nresident of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Th l will be seen for Hi weeks at 7 pin
on Thursdays, beginning Nov. 7.
The theme for the series will be
I "Great American Hebrews," a de-
lineation of the impact o| Hebrew
personality and thought upon the
I growth and development of Amer-
ica from the period oi the Revolu-
tion until today. The series will in-
clude visual and descriptive ma-
terials. Jewih festival interludes.
a- well as Hebrew selections rele
vant to the theme.
The instructor will again be
Louis Schwai t/man, executive di
rector of the Bureau oi Ji wish
Education, assisted by Dr v
thaniel Soroff. Bureau consultant,
and Zvi Hosciikr.ni/. local Hebrew
instructor and artist
Friday, Novoinhor 1. 10RR
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Keels (]ooperale In Trials
J.;o Gardner (second from right) is cam-
paign coordinator for the Miami Beach Cam-
pnign Committee to Fleet Leroy Collins to
the United States Snate. disDlav* shopping
bag which is part of the Beach program.
Looking on (from left) are Al Sherman, mem-
ber of the speaker's bureau. Dade County
Chairman Jack Beally, Judge Irving Cypen.
BONN (JTAj Vest c, irmany's
Incl W ir cr mes prosecutor said
'is ,.,(' (hat Soviet authorities
.tie coop.'rating fully in providing
evidence ag;.in.si Germans who
participated in tin- mas- murder of
lews in Russia during World War
II. But the prosecutor, Adalbert
Rueckerl, who just returned from
examining some i f the evidence in
Moscow, warned that the central
rusecution office at Ludwigsburg
would he unable to pursue the
many new cases brought to ligh;
I the statute of limitat on- on war
crimes prosecution goes into effect
..t the end oi 1969 as scheduled.
Rudolph Schlii r, Minister "!' Jus-
tice ol the slate oi Wurtembui :
Baden, and Mr. Rueckerl reported
lO the nie s on their \,-il to MOS-
COW ami the photographic and doc
umentarv evidence submitted by
he Russians. Mr. Schlier said he
was categorically imposed to the
statute of limitations which would
liar further prosecution of Nazi
war criminals suspected of mur-
der. Mr. Rueckerl said his office
would bi' unable to complete ex-
amination of its files or investigate
many new cases before the statute
;oi s into effect. The Ludwigsburg
>lce is currently investigating
15,000 suspected Nazi war crim-
ed -. be said
In Moscow, Mr Rueckerl was
hown photographs of Cerman po-
i c units responsible for killing
lews, each of' them marked with
time, date and place and names of
he accused on the back. The Rus-
ians are in po-session of 100 al-
i us taken b> amateur photogra-
phers, olus docu.nents detailing
raids aid round ups of Jews in So-
wn villages. Mr. Rueckerl and
Detrich Zeug, who heads the Lud-
wigsburg archives, said there was
in doubt the photos and documents
.ire genuine.
The Russian! are prepared to
hand over the originals if German
courts refuse io accept the copies,
and have also oflered to hand over
50,000 volumes of testimony by
witnesses. A West German delega-
tion will return to Russia and will
visit the Baltic suites to examine
lint her evidence.
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\ i 4 '-I 1 BAKED HALIBUT individual halibut :<.!< >4 cup water li> butter 1'. tablespoons Swiss chees* Juice mon ited 1 tablespoon par-lev chopped
.
Mollie Xchaner Sisterhcod, Beth Torah Con-
oreoaticn Fashion Show Committee meets
to discuss 'he show "Thru the Looking
Glass" held this week. Saated (from left):
Mrs. Not Sieger a"d Mrs. Frank Kauff Co-
Chairmen. Mr3. Mnt hw Ettiraer, oresi-
dent and Mrs. Irvinq Furman. Storv
(from left' are Mrs. Harold Cohen. Mrs.
William Beck, Mrs. Stanlev Stein M's. Hwin
Alter, Mrs. Ernie Herman, Mrs. Ernest Basch,
and Mrs. Rudy Freedland.
Committee Drafts Plans For American Zionist Federation
NEW YORK (JTA) A commit-
te representative of all the con-
.-ituent organization* of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council is drafting
plans tor the establishment of an
American Zionist Federation in
keeping with the decisions taken
; 1 the 27th World Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem last June, Rabbi Is-
j lei Miller. Council chairman, an-
I Minced this week.
The Congress called for the cre-
ation of single territorial Zionist
< i-ganizations in every country
which would serve as the instru-
mentality of a unified Zionist move-
ment. Zionist federations already
exist in several countries but not
in the United States.
Rabbi Miller said the establish-
ment of a federation would not
affect the existence of the present
Zionist parties, each of which has
its own ideology and projects in
Israel. It would, however, be more
all-embracing than the present
American Zionist Council and
would constitute a coalition of Zi-
onist forces to engage in those
activities in which all Zionist par-
lies and groups hold a common
interest, he said.
Pythians Slate Blood Drive
To alleviate a serious shortage
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bank, the Knights of Pythias. Mi-
ami Beach Lodge 170. plan a blood
drive from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday at the American Le-
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PARSLEY POTATOES
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2 tablespoons butter
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3 teaspoons baking powder
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Paqe 11-C
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOIAR
Jewish Communal Service Is "Big Business'
IEWISH communal services, in (he
*" United Slates are "bin business." Their
aggregate value, or cost, is estimated by
the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds lo have totaled close to
SI billion.
Included in this sum also are the aid
and services given by American Jewry
to Israel. In i;>7. this aid reached a
record high of S323 million due to
and generous giving for Israel during
the
spontaneous
the Six Day
War. As a result of this outpouring of aid, J e w i s h
Federation, and Welfare Funds raised over S179 million
for the Israel Emergency Fund of the United Jewish Ap
peal, in addition to the proceeds of the \iH paign which exceeded SI44 million.
It must be taken into consideration that excluded from
the SI billion estimate is almost all endowment income of
the Federations. as well a. all building fund campaigns
conducted fi r Jewish hospitals, homes for the aged, Jew-
ish centers and other structures. The New York Federa
ilun oi Jewish Philanthropies alone received man] m
lions oi dollars during the year for its building fund Plat
were announced in 1967 for the expansion of hospita -
medical centers in eight other communities ;it tl
co t 'ii many million- of dollars.
National Jewish Welfare Board reported plans
19S7 i >r tiie building oi new Jewish centers at a cost i I
Si2 million New and expanded home for the aged Wei
planned in .-is cities, and seven synagogues in maj<
communities had goals in 1967 of S7 million tor iu
buildings
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
\
Israel Forced To Develop Arms Production
the EMBARGO on the Mirage
planes ordered and pad for by
Isiael, which General de Gaulle
imposed as part of his pro-Arab
and since the Sh
Paj War in June, 1967, ;a\ a big
pn.h in Israel's d :ii p lo h 'come
cienl in a pro luc-
11 n ,i- .' c nintiy of her size po
sibly could be
There are, ol i ui e certain limits tn whtt a
small countrj even an advanced one can pro
duce. However, the introduction of simple m
fabrii I nethods and the application in military
hardwa ol revolutionarj new type- ol plastics has
reduced the gap, in some spheres oi production
between industrial powers and smaller nal ons by
ires of years and hundreds il millions ol dollars
invested
Vnother important factor i- the rowit i impor
tance of Ihc "software" in modern military' equip
ment, particularly in electronics Here again, good
research laboratories are aften move imp .riant
than huge industrial plant- Nor is a bia industrial
complex the key to the effort to prepare for the
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Israel Soccer
IT WAS ALL Mordechai Shpicglcr in the return
match between the Israel National Soccer team
and the US. World (up team in I'hiladelph a A
crowd of 7.500 watched Shpiegler register all four
goals in Israels 4-0 victory at Temple Stadium
Phil Woosnam. coach oi ihe U. S. team, said Shpiegl
er was capable of playing on the first team of any
side in the world today. Me had collected two goals
in an earlier game in New York.
He has e\ery move that is needed to Ik- a great
player." Woosnam said. "In the first half we were
able to check him but hi- speed and alertness in the
second half and Ihe superior physical condition of
Ihe entire Israeli team was jus! too much for our boys
The Israeli team will return to New York City
inter the Olympic (lames for a match on Oct. 27
Ihe competition will Ik- furnished 1>\ an all star
squad.
The major league baseball season ended with
out any one individual enjoying anything like an
outstanding year. Chicago Cuo pitcher Ken Holt/
man finished the year with a 11-14 record after
spending man) days on duty with his Mational
Guard unit.
Sew York Mel outfieldei Art Shamsky compiled
a 2 :; I atting average, 12 home runs and 43 RBIs \
left-handed batter. Shamsky maj become a switch
hitter next year "I think 1 can hit righthanded and
in more games,' he -aul I.at,' in the season
Shamskj hit Hie first grand -lam home run of his
i i ii league career in a victory over the St.
i. mi- Cardinals.
After a horrible start, Mike Epstein end.,I the
season with a 2.14 batting average. 13 home runs
and 33 RBIs The big Washington first baseman wiH
,1 the University of the Pacific during tin- ofi
season.
Houston Astro outfielder Norm Miller had just
hit his -Hide when he broke his ankle about ten days
before the end of the season. The 22-year-old Call
fornian crashed into the wall at the Astrodome try
in- for a catch in a game with the Cincinnati R
Like Ilolt/man. Miller gives up some of In- time
to the National Guard, He had a 237 batting aver-
i e '; home runs and 28 RBIs for the season
I ate 111 the season the Cleveland Indian- recalled
outfielder Richie Scheinblum after he had tut lor a
304 batting average 14 home run- and 7K Kills with
1 'land of the Pacific League He will play winter
ball for Caracas in Venezuela Former major
league pitcher 1 any Sherry compiled a 6-6 mark
with Seattle and Hawaii ol tin' PCL
Bob Gilhooley, former U oi Michigan -tar finish
ed the year with a 272 average. 13 home runs ami
43 RBIs as a second baseman with Montgomery, ol
the Southern League Montgomery l- a Detro't farm
club Right-handed pitcher Mike llei-on had an
8-3 record with Miami of the Florida State League.
It was his rookie year in professional ball.
possibility that Ihe enemy may be tempted to use
nonconvenl onal ibul no: nuclear) weapons
Israel, like any modern country, mu-t plan to-
il ly lor th a' nis she "ill need for her defense 10 or
12 -.ear- from now lii Mi-, however, estimates m
rnational political developments and forecasts
ii technolo^'cal progress are inseparable
l-'ir-: of all. one 'ii-' trj to guess what Ihe
\ v ill have -i from no B; ind la
many observers believe that in the field
ions ins, the Arabs w after a
Ii 5 ui some j ''.ii'- v ha11 eapons ind i
t the R pro luce 'I he S el
'i ach tif \i .' i .- c
plicated m S rts and bluep ints
Evei ni Mi I of the East-Wesl
petitio n Ihe Middli Easl 14 yea
the sad experie ci ol Israel and other pr We
trii lhal Iheir supporters were Ihe more
luctant to supply them w th modern weapons I
Russians were practically alwnys the first to ii
troduce more sophisticated and more powerful arma-
ments to their allies The quantities ":' the Russian-
supplied arm- wen- larger and the prices 1 iwer than
that of those -old later by the West to it- friends
Thus. Israel's planning for arms and defenses
ten years from now. mu-t take into consideration a
rather discouraging fact: Any amount oi effort, any
amount of brains and money she may decide to in-
vest in developing her own defense e.ipab lities, may
- at any time he precipltiously cancelel out by
a Soviet decision to -ell more (and possibly more
advanced) weapons of that type to the Arabs
Still, the Israelis do not see their position in the
technological aramenl race a- hopeless. The gap in
the quality <>f manpower between Israel and the
Arabs is not only enormous, but. according to well
qualified experts, even widening This, it is believed.
applies both to the ability lo invent new weapons
and equipment and to adapt imported ones to- local
conditions and to the use of them in battle.
There is hope that if the Russians can he wain
ed off from direct intervention in Middle Fa-t hos-
tilities, the Aral) lag in quality of manpower will,
lor many years assure thai increasing!) sophisticat-
ed weapons will improve Israel's security even
if Moscow gives such weapon- to the Arabs.
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
New Best Seller
j EON URIS' latest
"Topaz," one of
best-seller
the most
sought-after literary properties, is
being brought lo the screen by 69-
ild p lucer-director Alfred
Hitchcock for Universal Pictures
\ 1. h'nd th 'i in-
ternational diplon itic intrigue, it
is h I i i I i the
,. in TT. ni i' Inl
1 one o \ to-it successful au
s besl novels "Exo
an i A la 18," The first two bee ne
ires, thi third one has been bough I Cor
ct'on :' tl acl .. n Wai sa.
p '. ; |. 'I he v \ Hills."
icer
i s in-: the W ii Id W'a U yat n, based on
i :' nc stai re I Robert Mitchum and
: intro luced as a n w face out ovi n
Theodore Bikel L'ris' screenplay credits Includi the
boxo.fice hits "Battle ( ry' and "Gunfight at the
uk Corral."
in 'h- central ro'e of Andre Devereaux of French
counterespionage, Hitchcock is introducing Euro
pean actor Frederick Stafford, who most recently
appeared in "The Battle "l El Alamein." Opposite
him will be John Forsythe as American chief ol
Inter-Nato Intelligence Tina Hedstrom, a Swedish
auty bearing a striking resemblance lo a youngish
Greta Garbo, portrays, the daughter of a Russian
defector The company started shooting in Paris
Oct. 7. alter -eeondunit photography had been
completed ill Copenhagen and Wiesbaden I'n thcr
location work i- contemplated to take place in
Washington and New York 'Topaz" goes into the
Universal Studios at the West Coast about mid-
NY \ ember.
Dalton Trumbo is writing the screenplay to
"Sylva," novel by Vercors, the French resistance
code name for artist author Jean Bruller. It is the
second film from the works by Vercors to be
brought to the screen by Universal. While Frenke
i- set to produce "Sylva," the author's novel, "You
Shall Know Them." will be brought to the screen
bv Saul David under the title of "Skullduggery."
P"nramC:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
First Tv/entv \ ears Don't Count
"Tll/E NOTICED m ihe Israeli press
ihat a delegation ol Bu Idhist
iriests from Japan went to Sdeh
i to felicita e l;.iv id Ben-
iurion on in- birthdaj
B. (i. i- something of an au
hority on the mystic lore of the
"ar East and has none i far
i- to adopt oi.e Ol Ms ideas
standing on the In .id. although we understand <>i
fate that es m>; take that positi :i as much as
in the past.
Ben-Gurion didn't lime much formal schooling
In Plonsk, there were no schoi I- in the modi
-eti-e. When he came t" Palestine, he Willed to go
to college, So lie enrolled in a college near his home,
in his bedroom, in fact Mi' College of Insomnia
He registered for two courses, Greek and Spanish
When he couldn't -hep. instead of taking a pill he
would studj these languages.
It i- a good college. It hasn't much ol a campus,
but there are no tees to pay and if you want to
learn nut to protest it- trie Maybe Ben
Gurion learned about Buddhism in this same col
logo We don't know.
Inn Gurion is 32 by the regular count How or
according to his own system of counting, a- he c\
plained a feu years back. In- is only 62. He says he
doe- not regard the first 2d years of his life as liv-
ing. He says a man's life really begins when he first
exercises In- will And hi- first act of will was his
d<'termination to go to Fret/ Israel at the age of 20.
The idea of will is somewhal old-fashioned. It
was generally replaced by the idea that a person's
hie mold i- set m his infant years and there isn't
much to hope for after that. There is no doubt.
some substantial truth in tin-, but we believe the
psychologists are loosening up a bil now and I
well maj stage a comeback like wl skers
Sal till'- as if boi Palesl lie. Mle
man from Plonsk changed In- name and uhal i
, n Da\ .d Gr< en becai David Bcn-Gui .i
name the whole world was to learn t" kt
i In en.:' ion ol Israel itsell a phi
. n oi tin possibility ; will How
mle reconstitute a nation which had been
2.0 "i ,, ..i i).., an scarcely find a match
te t 111 history,
Even those wh i believed in its possibility couldn't
quite believe it Theodor Hen wLL- in h .i
hov when he wrote "Das Judenstaat." (The Jew
ish State! a very close friend came to hin
ing He i Miat He ,'l sei ..
ed the work showed Herzl had lost hi- mind SI irl
ly alter that, in the course "> a conversation, this
rid made some mathematical calculation
Herzl ci rrected him and it was proven Herzl was
then telt reassured .'bout his look on
7. -i His mind seemed in work better than his
,1 'end -
"If you will it it I- no [able." Herzl told the
Jews. Vnd Ihc Jew- willed it Certainly Ben-Gu
willed it. When in 1943. the British withdrew from
their mandate and the armies of all Arab nati ins
. athered to attack, there were main skeDtical a'
tie- Jewish ability lo -tand up against them, but ii
was Ben-Gurion who gave the word to go ahead
And when the Croat Power- and Ihe United Na
tions directed 'hat Jerusalem could not be made the
capital of Israel. Hen Gurion ordered thai the of-
fices of the Government be moved tn Jerusalem


Pccje 12-C
vJenJstJkridfcHr
Friday, November 1
1968

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Abraham's Mission
By RAB3I SOL LANDAU
Beth David Congregation
Men who followed in the tradi-
tion <>i Abraham report the same
kind of restli -:, -- am! "call."
ish people are often ac- Moses, who faced the burning bash.
chauvinism beyond meas-
The first example we hear is
that of the first
Jew, Abraham.
About him Gen-
esis says he
received "the
call." "Lech
Lecha." "get
thee out.*' is a
call to leave his
native country
and family, and
enter into a
new land. The
text continues:
Robb, tondou ] uiI1 make
thee a great nation and I will
bless thee and make thy name
great: and be thou a blessing"
In even stronger terms: "I will
bless them that bless thee and him
that curse'h thee will I curse: and
in thee shall all the families of the
earth be blessed."
Isaiah, who I to the di-
vine mandate, the Jewish people
a- pionei thi messianic idea
to the four corners Of the world,
the bearers of Abraham's mes age
Maybe it is not so chauvinistic
a claim alter all. Abraham's name
did become known throughout the
world and he and his children
were the source of blessing. In
fact, the very term "bcrachah" I
became the basic unit of Jewish
worship.
In recocniiion of God as supreme
being of the universe, he is Messe I;
and blessing is sown by each indi-
vidual conducting himself as one
constantly aware of the Divine
Presence. This means that he will
attempt to make something of his
life, so that his family and en-
vironment may benefit by it: thus
he becomes a blessing.
In "I will make thee a great na-
tion," the rabbis refer to the abil-
! ity to transmit the notion of Abra-
ham's mission to future ages, so
that they themselves be blessed
thereby and spread it to their en-
tire generation. But it is the phe-
nomenon of the discoverer of a
new idea or ideal who 13 so ob-
sessed with it that he will not rest
before he sees it fully realized.
Thus the message is to be under-
stood in these terms: while the or-
dinary human being cannot hope
to reach such height-, he may yet
learn from the example of a man
whose faith is so strong that he i-
an inner restlessness not con,en' with having it part of
that marie him move | himself- but finds the strength to
reach out to others even while be-
ing able to disregard himself.
Attention is drawn to the fact
that the Hebrew word "berachah"
originally meant pool or spring,
indicating the purifying force-
within it. Thus, the rabbis say.
'Just as the pond cleanses the un-
clean, so do you (Abraham) bring
This spectacular announcement
seems to bear out the accusation
that the Jewish people, through
their primary source book, the
Bible, make fantastic claims about
themselves. Or is it true that Abra-
ham was the bearer of blessims
to other nations? Did his name be-
come known throughout the world?
Were the families of the earth
blessed by his response to the call,
"get thee out"?
In analyz'ng tne nature of anv
pioneer, explorer, inventor, we ob-
serve that each was a Derson pos-
sessed by
and drive
forward, move out. get out if nee-
eisary, to blaze new paths for man-
kind in the physical or social sci-
ences. Abraham, the first icono-
< -'. was di=coverer of the one
Go.1. whose ca'l he hard. He felt
impelled to make his knowledge
known to others, even though it
meant leaving all those near and
dear to him and to break with the
paganism in Irs father's house.
Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the Torah that is read in
ynagr.iue always written anJ
not printed?
The Bible (Deuterono ny
ivrites, "And now ye shall write
for yourselves th Shnan
..a. h it io the child.en oi Isra I
From this, the Talmu l iBavli,
Sanhedrim derives the intei 1
1 i*>n that each Jew is requin
have a Sefer Torah written for
mm Since tne Bible declan I
the Torah shall be written, we still
observe the tradition today ol hav-
ing the public read ng in the syna
_o.;ue take place from a written
rorah.
Some have explained thai a writ-
ten Torah is more personal and
more indicative of a living testi-
mony than a printed one. Others
have compared it to a matter of
renewing and refreshing our rela-
tionship with the Almighty from a
"living" document, which ind'eates
that our interest in the Almiahtv
and in His commandments is alive
and not just a matter of antiquity.
In the Bible. Moses is described as
making the Covenant between the
Almighty and the people of Israel,
not only with those who were pres-
ent then, but even with those who
are yet to bt born in ail genera-
. r- Deuti roi 14)
Why is it prmiteMHl Io v-olate
the SefebfjM in oid?r to save a
ii .?
liiii
nun erses in thi
t the a
.. 1 j codus 31:14),
. s h/en
- r.an a
d the
the 1 111 would b
On th basis of Ej 31 16,
,' 'ik.;--'. 1 Israel
e Si
he.r gi :i -''
..,.:- i:hw Ihi
.-:i..:... that he whose life i-
. nerve
1 c ime Vfekilta,
Generally
speaking, the ,
on <>t most commandment-
der certain conditions, in ordi
save a lite i allowed beeaus.
states thai the Comi
are to which -if
1 1 them he -hail live bj
Mviticus 18.15). This
with only certain exi
the Commandments wen
. r the sake of living

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the distant near and cleanse them
in the sight of God."
During Abraham's time he was
able to reach only a few with h;s
living waters. But as time went on
more and more of the families of
mankind were brought nearer to
God. Here is the "call," put into
action, used for a blessing. This
endowment carried the Bible and
monotheism to the four corners of
the earth.
The test of an idea's value is its
survival beyond time and its func-
tioning within mankind. Abraham,
who showed the darina. courage,
vision and strength to respond to
the call, is responsible for history
being able to validate the promise.
"I will make thy name great and
'hnu wilt be a blessing, and all the
famines of the earth shall be
blessed within thee."
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Lech Lecha
Abraham, in Transjordan with his flocks of sheep and camels.
sees l'aie-,;:.e. the Promised Land, in the distance.
Lift up now thine ey> s, and lin>k ... for all the land which
thou se< St, to thee will I give it. and to thy seed for ever"
(Gen. 13:14-15).
LECH LECHAAt the command of God. Abram left Haran
and journeyed to Canaan. There God appeared to him and said:
"Unto thy seed will I give this land" (Genesis 12:7).
There was a famine in the land of Canaan, and Abram took
his household to Egypt. On his return, he and his nephew Ix>t
separated peaceably. Lot cnoosing to settle in the plain of
Sodom. In the battles between the nortiiern kings and those of
the plain of Sodom. Lot was captured. Learning of his nephew's
plight. Abram armed Ins lollowers and pursued 1-ot's captors.
He defeated them and u-scued his nephew and the other relatives
from Sodom.
God made a covenant with Abram to give him and his seed
after him th? Ind 01 Canaan ("The Covenant between the
Parts").
When Abram's wife Sara! saw that Hagar. her handmaiden. Io Abram as wife. Hagar bore Abram a
son. who was called Uhmael.
At God's command. Abram changed his name to Abraham,
ard his wife's name to Sarah He was circumcized. together with
all the male> of his household.
This recounting of the Waekiy Purttcr. of h Law Is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Herita.ge, '
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
rCcliqious <^<
ervices
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 6,th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Grots.
\\ Itzvah r- i
I Mi nml Mi* Daniel Slrrnluhl
Il'-.-Ut I
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dell Dr., S. Miami Retorm. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgarr1. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W LiDSon.
Friday :,:in p.m. 8:30 p.m Sermon:
H'.w to Enjoy thi> Moment" by
1 muel Silver ..i. evaluation Sniur-
i m Sermon Th, Torah Leaaon
Bar Mitsvah: Ben Alan, son of .Mr
and .Mrs Leo Plotkin Mlncba, 5 p.m
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schitt.
Friday. 5:30 |. m. Saturday 9 a m Ber-
i V..tin* a Religious Obllga-
1 Class !:M ) m Mlncba, S |, m
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Ral.bi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben D'Ckaon.
' day, 8:16 p.m Sermon: "Plain
words m Tmuhi.d Tim Saturday
? f. a n. Sermon: "Where Are n/e
S!*di" Now* 4:15 p.ra sermon:
The Portion ..f th.- Law. 4:4:, p m -
n>on: "Presidential Prefert-m .
Serm<
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
o-,c?L.M lTEMf-E;. conservative
l5,5..S,Wr.,16,h S' M,i,m' Rab'
Ralph Z. Ghxman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben An.
| Friday B p.m Saturday 4S am Bar
Mitsvah: Stuarl Smith, son f Mr
and Mrs. Prank Mascarl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. C-nservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
Tf REJH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E
b.kk 17" Hl"len- Conservative.
nabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:18 p.m One* Shabbal hosted
by Mr and Mm FTed Abel In h...... of
\ft -""'-" Saturday 9 m Bar
pVedAbel!......'' S"" "' Mp :..... iln
JACOB C. C_, .. COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washmo-.on Av-
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seil
Frldaj 5 15 p in s i lui -i i
Serm..... "Whal Makes a Jew?" Iftei
..... Talmud and Bible Classes
Mincha,
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nieo Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPlEi. 80th St. and
ratum Waterway. Modern Tradl.
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
tor Edward Klein.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGl.E 18151 NE
19th Ave. Ortnodox. Rabhi Jonah E.
Capian
I Saturday 9 .i m Ser-
mon Th< Patl : ( il .1. i I,
Pel l< Mlm-hi 5 p in Maarlv, I
II in
Itellcioi i" .. Sex-ular Aare." s..iut
II am. I I .l.i. k. s..ii : v
and Ml Bei Bernstein
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). tl
Monroe St Conservative. Ratbi
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPI ). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Hedbraun.
YOUNG 'SRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. ooc NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Nattali Porush.
MIRAMAR
CORAL CABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper.
r idaj i- m
ISRAEL (TEMPLE,. 1500 SW 69th
Way Conservativ' Rabbi Irwm
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive
Orthodox. Rab^ Phineas Weber-
man.
Friday 6 p m Baturda> 30 : m Ser-
mon: "How Can We Choose Ihe Rich)
i eadership? Bible Class t i. m M|n-
ha 5:15 p.m.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE:. 44 Zamor. Ave
c,n~\VV'Vt Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
p m Sermon "Wh
".....I"" -' turd ij g r. ., m M
Berlptu Lei on
ZION (TEMPLEI 8000 Miller Rd Con.
aervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyl. Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUNG ISPAEL OF~MIAMI BEACH
Ben:HilleT"hin0,On AVC' R"bbi A
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE. M7 at
?f!r"55 Pa'k Blv<) R"bi She).
nr.onh Edwards. Cantor Theodore
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Morns
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Pridas IS p m Sermon: "The Com-
ing Elei tio i Whal to Watch Poi
Saturday s: 1", ;, ,,i Sum..... Portion 1
the Week,
M
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
EMANU-EL
R
Ca
*NU.EL "801 S. Andrew. Av.
C.l.T ,R,,bb' R'ch.rd M. L.vrto*
Cantor Jerome Klement. *vl"n
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. Cantor Tibor
Moses.
BETH TOV (TEMPLEI 64?R */ tut, ~------ I iu'!",''t S,' .''m I!,,s MlWvah
o,;';:',-:,iid^,';""" v"u s:,j-T"v"-
BnT.? ^'SRAEL. 770 40th Street
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH tasen
"* E H.ll.ndale BeacHh gkS
e i :. "rJ-K'- woo ow Bin
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Frldaj j 15 p m Sermon: "ReHarloai
nuide to PMucatlon", <;Ur~< speaker,
< ium llman Jerry Taft Saturday 9
Iv \. s,reet- Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches!
B^J RApHAEL* (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL
,8P.tEi, (CfMp,-e- OF GREATER'
MJAhM'-, 137 1E.19,h S- Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot
15 pm <*rm,.,, tudalam,
iu Sternal Protest, and the Ele. tlon"
*tt*kSI5JFi*&-W 8W 25th
5',,CJ";'rvative. Rabb' Avrom L.
Draa.n. Cantor Nathan P.rnaas.
1 P m Saturday 4". a m
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 41'<
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish Cantor David Conviser
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish
Values^ and SocUl Crl..." Saturdaj
k
CAWDIFIIGHTING TIME
JO HESHVAN 5:19
BETw TF'LAH- 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
ihodox. Rabb^Jo.eph^ E. Rackovsky.
^2B4AN XHE?REW*CONGREOATION
Rahhl W>Vh,nDQton Ave- Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig.
EMn0tN0n"EAL ,T^MPLE>- 1701 Wash.
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
rv,n0 Lehrm.n Captor 2vi Adler
Prlda) i p.m 8:jn ,, r fc.mon: ,;,..,
"Peaker Henry N Rlpjpnrt, national
mtajH rn.. SynaSSS,, of AmertJ
ca Saturday g m v I p. Sabbath
p,m"""mtit u',,klv ,,""i"" 3r&
Bible Mlwcha, Bar MlUvah: Orea
on of Mr. and Mr. Alan A ,,,;
B a I0RAH 1h St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabb, Max LiP
Chits. Cantor Jacob Renzer
Priday s: p.m 15 p.m Sermoi
' .;n Man Believe ihat (;.| |e ,,. ,,,
,""', Remain Ethical?" Baa Mltsvah-
BE3TsS) WM00,Hxf. 1CNOREOAT.ON.
Rrh,^av?d,x^,HnVeld.ccv-;Bvn
Zion Kirschenbaum. Ben
2 '- <'' Bermon Teachlmj

SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVIb CONGREGATION
Surfside Comiounitv Center, 8301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaao
o Vine.
Thu pagr is prepared in
cooperation with the Greater \
Mi.imi Kdbhmicdl A*\ocidfi(in.
Coi.rJmaipr of the features
apfeanng here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Sfinruul Leader of
Bpth Torah Concrscation
o.' North Miami Beach
.til ----,1,0,-j
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aauausiaiiiisijiii...
VMm*J evtsion
v.
rocjrams
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI (tempiIeT*o7"north DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
8Xi.rrt NR::oh **
:lractlon"-MarkQ.....'eb?Vl
in Kahn, Norman Klein, and Mrs
David Crowall partlclpatln.? SatuT: J
Nov. 3-Ch. 10. 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Richard M. Leviton,
Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale
-Ch. 7, 10 am. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
No
~W %l 1030 p m Man *o Man.
Topic: The Saints and the Righteous
-Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
lartieipants: Kabbi Herbert M. Baumoard. Temple
wtn Am; Father John Vereb and Dr. Samuel Orlandi.
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Friday, November 1, 1968
Southern Bel!
Cites Men For
Acts Of Heroism
Three Southern Boll Telephone
> i, employeesGarold Page anri
e Father-son team, Tom Perry. Jr.,
I Ton Perry. III. were cited at
. luncheon ceipmonv this week for
;iarl in -;i\ "4 the live, oi
low South F : ::.i:is in two 1111
: -lated incirlentv
A PBX In-:;:i:er Repairman in
' imestead, Page aided in re i -.i consc'ousress to a drownin
victim by apply Qg mouth-to-mouth
suscitation. Hvman Kline. 2950
Collins Ave Miami Beach, was the
nior citizen rescued by Paye
ler being overcome by the surf
while swimming off Miami Beach
on July 4
In a separate incident, Tom Per-
ry, Jr., a coin telephone superv!sor
and his son, Tom III. who is B
fiameman in a Coral Cables een-
tral office, witnessed the crash of
.. small power craft off Key Largo
and gave aid to the two badly-
injured boatmen. Donald Bare!
and .lames Donald.-on.
E. B. McKinney, general man-
ager for the South Florida area,
presented framed certificates of
commendation and cash awards to
the three and commented. "In a
time when involvement is fre-
quently demanded and rarely
practiced, we are proud to recog-
nize the unselfish action of these
Southern Bell employees. The r
concern for their fellow man i<
both gratifying and inspiring."
In the five year period from
1963 to the present there have
been only four other such aware.'.
made by Southern Bell in the South
Fiorida area.
* W?#- flnrkttiMn
Paqe 13-C
Hyman Kline of Micmi Beach is flanked by Garo'.d Paq*
fright), Southern Bell employee who recenilv helped sav-
SLIi. c ?v li B" ,MCK nn-" GeneraI M-n^ger of Southern
Bells South Florida area. Mr. Paqe received a framed
liflcate and ccrh awatd from the telephone company for bis
r: 'i r- \r~>
Ts! Aviv University Sets Exchange Plan
\K"\ VllOL 1-1 T I 1 1_____
Orlando Banker
Heads Heart Fund
William \\. Dial chairman of the
Board of the First National Bank
of Orlando, has accepted the post
of State Campaign Chairman of
the Heart Fund Campaign, to be
conducted throughout February.
1969. it was announced by Theo
dore L. Batchelder, M.D., president
Of the Florida Heart A -ociation.
Noting that the heart disease
problem continues to rise national
ly. and is now responsible for 51 :i
percent of all deaths in Florida.
Mr Dial has iioal at SI.230.000.
Mr Dial is profession.illy active
the American Bankers Associa
lion Advisory Committee of the
Sixth National Bank Region: the
Florida Council of 100. and serves
as chairman of the Florida Techno
logical University Advisory Board.
'" YORK .n 1 Tel Avh
l'n:versit) wi I esta sh a Lat;n
American In-t lute to strengthen
cultural tics el wee 1 Israel and
Lat'n America, Dr George S. Wise,
president oi the university, has
announced Dr. Wise arrived here
after completing a visit to five
oountr'e" in I vin America during
which he explained the nature of
he project to the ministers of edu-
cation in each of the countries and
to the heads of their universities,
securing their cooperation in the
project. In each country, he said,
the project was viewed as an im-
plementation o: the cultural agree-
ments signed in 1958 between Is-
rael a:id Mexico. Argentina. Brazil.
Chile and Venezuela
The new institute will provide
instruction in the history, govern-
ment, social and ecnomic struc-
ture, culture and art of Latin Amer-
ica. The course; will be given bv
the Tel Aviv University staff and
by exchange profes ors who will
lecture in Spanish ard Portuguese
Plans are now being, worked out.
Dr. Wise sad, for a faculty ex-
Senior Citizens at Y
Plan November Program
T'y November schedule of the
Senior Citizens Frend hip Club of
the North Count) YMHA will be
climaxed by a Thanksgiving din-
ner and part) Tuesday, Nov. 26. it
has been ann tunced
Other events planned for the
month include a games nigh! and
meeting, Tuesday, .1 film on Tues-
lay, No\ 12, at 8 p.m. and a party
:) celebrate b rth lavs and anniver-
saries of the ii len Agers on
Tuesday Nov 19 Ml events are
leld al the V's temporary facilities
at 16951 NE Fourth Ave., North
.I'ami Beach.
HARRY W. BEYER proudly
announces his affiliation
with Lithgow Funeral Cen-
ters, Inc. Through Uthgow's
seven locations, Mr. Beyer
can conveniently serve the
entire Jewish Community ot
South Florida.
All Religious
Rituals Observed
1501 1 West Dixie Highway
485 N.E. 54th Street
3232 Coral Way
8080 S.W 67th Avenue
17475 N.W. 27th Avenue
7200 N.W. 2nd Avenue
1 180 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead
One telephone number reaches all Chapels 757-5544
Harry W. Beyer, Funeral Director 949-3133
change program between Tel Aviv
and 1 a ling Latin American uni-
versities.
Tel Aviv University will provide
25 scholarships each year for stu-
dents from Latin Xmerica. Five
scholarships for each of the parti-
cipatlng countries will be made
available for the first year. Under
arrangements made by Dr Wise
with the minister- of education
and the university rectors in the
five countries, committees have
been established there to select the
scholarship students. The ambas-a-
dor of Israel is an honorary mem-
ber of the committee in each coun-
try. Selections are now being made
so that the first scholarship recip-
ients can begin their studies at
Tel Aviv University this term.
Newmans Attend
Funeral Directors'
Israel Conclave
T. 1 r) and Edd e Sev n in, own-
' the N< u in r ineral Home,
are leaving for [si ael to atl
convention and stu ly
the National Jewish Funeral Di-
- ol America, of which Mr.
Newmaq is a past preside) I
While at the convention in Tel
Aviv, Mr. Newman will install the
incoming officers As part of the
stud) mission, the Ass ition will
-top in London and meet with the
Rabbi of Britain.
In I>-.j-i_ there will be meetings
with officials of the Israeli govern-
ment, including representatives of
the Israeli Ministry of Heal!
ESI Al Airlines to discuss acilitat-
handling 01 shipments
the United States to [>rai 1
While in Israel, M N
will have a reui
hood frends Leoi Saul
EDWARD NEWMAN
V'hartman "Lenny" i- head of
..: na in Isra
ni
Halloween Card Party
Menorah Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women was to have sponsored a
Haloween card party and brunch
at 1 p.m Thursday in the Washing-
ton Federal. 1234 Washinston Ave
l>
r-*%i <~**wi r**! ij*>. \.r*\. _
I Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
"THE SOUTH'S
MOST BEAUTIFUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
Cjaarontaed Perpetual Car* Fand
? N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE.
(Palmer *
Memorials *|lR
"Miami's Only
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Monument
Builders"
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SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE I
SCHEDULED UNVEIUNGS
Sunday, November 3, 1968
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
SARAH GRISCA, 11 a.m.
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G E L B
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Miami's Only
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3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-09?l Phones HI 4-0921
Miami Berch: Phone
Horr/Schuidi'ner IE 8-706B
For Your Consideration
The Star of David Mausoleum
Fulfill your tacrad duty to your family
tho cot* ganarally m nort than ttttk
burial.
W luggatt a parsonal visit to thaaa t>.-
hful gardans, porpetually maiateinod or
mail tha coupon.
HOLLYWOOD
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Friday, November 1, 19fig
Deaths In Miami
:oldsmith. Maurice. 7s. \\\\ \
Michigan Ave \.-m.(
-OSETT. Ernest 7::. 14 Park Ave
Riverside
SANDLEH. Benjamin, 64, 16X01 \ k
13th Avc Riverside.
SHAMITZ. Herman, 79, S4S" prairie
Ave, Riverside
STRICKMAN. Man !' :::'.,-. SW 3Sth
Ter. Riverside.
20REHKEY. Ida, S5n Ninth SI
Cordon. Interment Mi Blnal
SERLLY. Mortis, 63 "II Jefferson
Avi Riverside
COHN. Ken l: 37, ::"l NW (Oth Ct
i lordon
.'AFFE, I .ins I. m, : NE 54th si
Riverside
KAPNECK. Barry, (Henry), n, IM
NE Ninth Si Riverside
JTADLER, Henry. :.-. :t111 N Ocean
Dr., River Hide.
VOLOW. Julius. >.; :.:. Buolld Av<
Ri\. rsi.l...
v-EINBERGER. Adolph. 77. 1431 Ocean
l>r Riverside.
COLDBLATT. Morris, 76, Iv..... NE
Hrh Ave. Riverside.
COLDHAFF. Lillian. 73. MS Marseille
Dr., Riverside
I1RAMS, Harry, 7". 7s4,, Harding
Ave Riverside.
COLDSTEIN, Main. 79, I""" Weal
Ave, Rlasberg
CAIMAN. Ij.uls. 77. 3800 olllns Av
IMasberg.
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LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTir>
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IL .IUA I IN AlNU t-Ur\ JAJE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16539
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.ii iSEPH i:i:\'s r
Plaintiff,
winokuR. Bertha, 88, 34.1 Michigan SYLVIA ERNST
#&2S;S,ve.rrt?* Defendant
= ONNER. Arthur, 4". 996 NF 17th TO: SYLVIA ERNST
St Riverside 4.-,7 p i> n Drive
sasson. Frank, 83, 7441 Wayne Ave Ne York New Vork
r/ilYl'.Tlil- ,. Vou, SYLVIA ERNST, are hvreb)
Schwartz. \,-ii.1. :. 1559 Meridian notified thai Mill of Complaint for
r ?"'. RJJ* I Divorce lias been filed against you,
,?N- !"*'.' v"' '"' Meridian Ave, ami you are required 10 serve a copy
~}ZEI22?: JlVS**^"! x" Nehn "' > ""' Answer or Pleading to the
cruickshank. Robert 0 77. 160S Bill ( Complaint on the Plaintiff's
rl?.'..5lver'lT,' attorney, ROBERT I.. OHOYEH, 330
-delstein. David, ,4. mi Collins IJncoln Road, .Miami Reach, Florida
Aye. Riverside Interment Mt Nebo ami file the original Answer or Plead-
i- A5n" '' ''''' *'"l,i"s *ve. Ins in the office ..f the Clerk of the
.t.LTiyI :, Circuit Court on or before the *.iti das
KAHAN. Abe. 6s, 939 \\v si-i si. of December. 1968. If you fall to do so,
RMSMTuk. .. judgment by default will be taken
5? ,. u- .Sarah. -,:.. t:,;i First against you for the relief demanded
ri'ii.V'r' '.'!' Il""1'"""" Ml "innl in the Mill ..i Complaint.
TZ,N- Albert, 85, v: N|.; ,,;;,,, Bt This ,,,.,,,.. hall be published once
maabi? % "''" ,','"' Mt Blnal each week for four consecutive weeks
? ,"'"r' **. lIW NK In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIA.N
r-.igritii ct. Btaaberg Interment DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
RAuuBB >, Florida, thla 25th day of October All
power. Martin, ." ivaii Meridian 1988
rHcWp'T;"1", ,, E B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk
^,fh i":''v'", ";.-T4-, 4," VK Clr,u" '""" *><'< L-ouniy, Florida
pVvr'i Beaeh, By: K. M LYMAN
EICHMAN. Marry M. IB.....liiy Rd.. | (Circuit CourtXal.' ^
horvath ROBERT U QROVBR
*Kvd \";'- 7MI ,''-s',i l50 Lincoln Road
woRRm iti ., mnml Reach, Plorida
worrelkl. William, 4. i4.:>. Wash- 531-1241
i nil the Clerk
Dade County, Florida
.n >SEPH PRISICANO. I.....
KRi IM I: I :i:< I. PR( IM BKRO .v.- R< 'Til
Attorney k f"i Applicant
Suite M -l"-' lliw aj in Bldg
Miami. Pis
1" J5 I I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-12695 (Williams)
NOTICE OF SUIT
ROBERT RTINSON. NORRI8 >
HANKERKON and RERRV I. i
HANKERSf>N, her husbnnd. i
Plaintiff, i
RdltKRT CINSER and Jl IAN i
CINSKR, ni-" known ns i
TO AN .! BTAPI.ETON, his i
\\ifi-. i
I ndanl i
Ti I: R IBERT > 'INSER and JOAN
CINSER, also know n a* J< 'AN
.1 STAPI.ETON, I is wife,
Roablence unknown,
Yot" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action f"'- Dnmnites hits beei
filed nimlnsl you and you are miuired
to serve n copy your written !.-
if any. |o ii on AINSI BE It
I-'KIM Hi:. Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address l 2313 HIV l.i.ir
El iW tltb >' M V I
I N'fendn nl
I'n KDWARDO MAOtKiN JR
ill Sir. el
i Vi". Texas
i 'isco, i exas
You, EDWARD (! MA4HMI.V. JR .
an hi rebj notified that a Bill Com
l.lahil fin Divorce has been filed
axainsl you. and you an reoulreil
t,. perve ti copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill ( Complaint ""
.hi the Plaintiff's attorney, CAIDIN
I ,\.- Rl iTHENBERl; Bisi a)
BulklliiK,, Miami. Plorida 3:1130, and
I file ilu original Answer or PleaditiR
In |||, office ..I the Clerk nf Ihi Cir-
, nil Court on ." before ilu 2lh day
of November, I8t If you fall '" do
so, Judgment b> defnull i!l be taken
iicainsl you fot the rellel demanded
... 1,:,, < .....l. ....
(hi Bill of l 'omplnint
Tin' notice -I.,ii tic mililWheil once
leach \v.. .s for four ronseeutlvi weekv
THE .1 EM ISH PI HSU HAN.
I INK \ Nl' iRDERED al Miami.
Plm i.i.i ilu- 1 '.Hi da> ( Octobet \ 11
19611
E H I EATHERM VN, Cl rk
Circuit i "'uri. Dade County, Plortd i
By: C p COPBI.AND
I nut) Clerk
H 'Iri nil 'mi Senli
CAIDIN Ri iTIIENBEIKS, Kotl \\
and K" iR"NBI.I"M
Bulldlnii
whose address l 2313 HIV I !.-n> "ll,^"l-N t-'-' \i
R. -I Coral Oahles, Florida 33134. and ''; B,,w'!!,?"*.''"Jivi"*
file il.....rifcinnl answer wiili the clerk Mlnml. Plorida
nf Hi- above styled ..urt on or be- Attorneys for Plaint If I
Attorney for Plaintlfl
iiiL;"n Ave Newman.
,TZ' .r1*' "" "in Dr.,
Riverside.
CHALFIN. I llllan, 71. Rsn Ray In-
l:iasi..ru. Interment mi. .v,.h...
coldner. Jack, Ti. r. Island Ave
Newman
Gordon. Paul, 78, tit (3rd si New-
man.
tMainaaVi AK,,:'1';""."". Riverside
MEROSKl. Charles, r.s. 1870 N Mlchl- YVES BONNY
can Ave Riverside Plaintiff
*fOWIL. Dora, gg, 1623 SW 31 si Ave "'"";"
i i
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
Rlversld
r.OSEN. l_-i.rv
Rlnshi rc
2apnik. Chamn .1
Rh t-i.l..
diamond. Ileatrii
Pennsylvania Avi
''lll.lll Ml Sinai
manft. Abraham, 77 963 Bay In-
Riverside
-ACOBSON. Eva, 71, 1843 Calais I >r
RInshel u
7in Wayne Ave.
.1. 1865 T'Mli si
I... TS, 1358
Riverside In.
-iDSCHiN. Kalmen, 7". 10185 Collins lorney, DCNN i
^w^i:-;,;:--rv,,::Vtn;;::; teffawi^H
2s7AeMnpri"- ,;>......- gag's ^-,f.fVn^-,;;;
EERG Vlfred. 7.; ..... s\v M,n Ter Novembw. fste lf%,5**,=i "! *g* "'
m.ml'^r'S'i. '"' ""-''' s,:"' "f David judament by ,i..f ,, u,' i ," S
Ave. Rlversld.
COHEN. Itenjnmin, '.:'.. 3720 SW Pourth
St rjordon. Interment Mi. Nebo
r-OLDSTElNM Clara, linn West Ave
Riv.T--l.le lull riii.nl Mi Nehn
-ODOWiTZ. Prank, 67, 835 BSrd St
Riasin nr
ROE, Samuel, 78 l"j.....-eon Dr River-
side
cohen. David l. ;:. 9135 s\\ 4.;,),
Ter, flordon
REIGEL. Sidney M :.\. 1537 Meridian
Ave Riverside
MOSKOWITZ. Elisabeth, 88, 555 75th DCNN and JOHNSON
si Rlvnrside. Interment .\h \, l,.. 116 Biscayne Buildina
s-amet, Samui I, '.7. 3425 FlnmlnR- Riverside Interment Star nf David
SECKER. Berel, 67 846 Jefferson
Ave., Blasbcnt.
CHUCKROW, Ethel, 7:: :" Island Ave
Riverside
GORKY. Rubin, 7:i. 1333 Meridian Ave.
Blasbers
kaplan. Israel, 85, 1318 Euclid Ave
Rlasheric
uEVIEN. Maurice P., 82, 6886 Abbott
Ave Riverside
feinstein. Harrj
son A\
Sinai.
in 111
Tin- notice sha"ir'be"publlsbed o
fach week fot four consecuilv ee -
'", vr l,,<-VISH I--IORIDIAN
,IX,,->E ^N.....tDERED in Miami
' ,. '- """ 11.....fij ..i OriobeV:
E H I.EATHERM \v
Uerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Plorida
By: i p. o iPBLAND
.... I lepufy I'lerk
ii Ircull Court s.-ai
Attorneys for Plaintiff
I" 18-23 M/1-.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N rPoVrr RAD COUNTY."7
FLORIDA '-< ioiqate
iv .... .. No- 77492-B
IN RE: Rstati
U ALT Kit. i MICKJEWICZ
lie, ea-e,|
. :.4, Jeffer- THE T*TF Sff&XfSn*.
Newman Interment Mt | TO: ARLBNH HAHN
Klizaliein Si r.-ei
vi-: su,i
v' eevllle. n.-m Jerm i
and
\^. i;..ni..a
S-ILVERMAN. Daisy, 68 ISM Ba.\ Rd
Rl\ ersicle
i-EHRER. Minnie, 7.".. II211 NE |6Sth
Si Riverside
EARROCAS. I Hi.a. 77. 1620 \ \\
I-. nrih si Interment Mi Nebo
ROSENBERG. Cells, 83 130
Dr, flordon
U I I.I.I AM .r GOLDWORN
1688 Coral \\ ;n
Miami. PloMdu 3314S
It you rail ... ilo so. Judgment ma>
I;;,,;-,',!;""1 '" ,lu- """" u...... "'
WITNESS MY ham. and the -...I
of Said i ourl al Miami, Dade Count .
vr..,M- ,- Florida this 28th daj of O, tola ,
YOUNG. \ in,,r. ,-j 1662 Lincoln Ct., PRANK B DOWMNtl
Rlveraldi Count! JudRe
ZASELA. Iny, .,|. |_...7 A|,n |.,| By: .MKI.MA C IHl'K
Riverside I "l.rk
P I SKA I.
------------------------------- first Published ..r Posted "n Novemb-
^________________ er I 1868
11 1-8-15-22
$J75
WINDOW
SCREENS
RE-WIRED "zi
ft Cmumy-WHe HtltUp, Delivery
AA SCREEN Phone 887-5133
275 W. 39th $tv Hisle.h
TREES ARE
EVERYBODY'S
of ill, above styled .-..urt ..n or I
fore 29 November. 1068; otherwise u
ludirment may I..- entered aitalnsl you
for ill.- relief demanded in 111. .....n-
..r net 11 ion
WITNESS my hand and the -...i ..i
-aid Courl on :'' October 1 v.-
K B IEATHERMAN
A- Cli rk !' Sntd Cmirl
By I. s 11, PIETRi'
As Depaity i lerk
1" :'.". ll i -V-I-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 68-15905
V Wi'Y I |-i (XI HI I'l" I \
CARIDAD FERNANDEZ V
ALVAREZ
Plaintiff.
vs.
ALBERT)' Ji (RUE FERNANDEZ
V ALVAREZ,
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Ti.: AI.BBRTl M IRI IE
FERNANDEZ V ALVAREZ
Cortina 469
1" iv-:-". 1 I /1 -v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEIH MVEN that
I the undersiimed, deslrins '.....
in businesse* under the fictitious
name. ,.( CORAL COLN-ti-WASH
at 8727 S \\ L'4'h Sir.-. (. and
BOB'S COIN l-ACNDHY il 1926-28
s \\ -ih Street intend i. register
said name- with the ".
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
Ri 'BERT W NEI'MAN n
IRIS W NEI'MAN
' il.DMAN, i' ILDSTEIN
.v PACZIER
A Home) s for Applicants
J4"l West I'lacl.r Street
Miami, KL.rida
1" li-i>- :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the under.-.tiled, desiring m el RnKe
::. business under the fictitious name
nl ESCPORTS UNLIMITED CORP al
II 8.W lsi Street. Miami Plorida
Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of ill.. I'lr.-un Court of
JBANIKE BONNY.
Defendant.
TO: MRS JEANISE BOXXT
I"!"' Baal N. V Avenue
Apt. 8-A
Brooklyn, N V
YOU JEANISK BONNY are here-
/-.. i,""' ",'" :' Min "' "mplnini
" Divorce has ...... m..,, aiilnst
joj. and you are to serve a pnnj of
jour Answer oi Pleading (.. the Bill
?' omplalnt ........ Plaintlfl Al
Havana. Cuba n,,. nierk of the Cin-
You a..- hereby notified thai a Bill Had.- County, Plot di
.I Complaint for Divorce ha- been JACK J WEISS
filed agnrnsl you, and vou are requlr- -ii s w 1st Street, Miami Pla
.d .. aerve u i-ppj of your Answer JACK J WEISS
on I'laiiiiiii solicitor, DAN SATIN. Attornej f..r
-. v.-t rlagler. Miami, Florida, and Exports Unlimited Corp
ii.- the iiriKlnal In il.....fflce of ihi in li.tk.sr, H i
Clerk ol the Circuit Curl on or be- -
nr. the l-'h day of November, I96H umirc iiMnco
SSSll'SSSA*^........ Ihl> ,.:, ^Tu,nd^s,.Sn",BflU51BiY ",VBX '""
i of October !..- ."" undersigned, desiring i.....gage In
dnj
(if I leloher. I96X
E B, I.EATHERM AN
I'l.-ili. I'll, uil I'ourl
I lade 'ount> i Viurthousi
Miami, Ploi Ida
itj c. iv (i ii'i:i_\M.
Deput) i'l. rk
l" l\-:-. i

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80547. A
Il RE Estali .1
JULES I. JEANNIN
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'rediior* u ml \ ii |..i -. ... 11
lug Claims or Demnndi Againsi Said
Estati
, .............o... I ..lull
ed to present any laim- and d< n.anil
which > ..ii in..- ii.,. i,, ...
[at. ..|.ii i.ks l. JEANNIN deceased
'" "I Dade County. Florida ||
business under the fictitious name
MONEI..... .,, -... N- ,: ,.-,.,, s,,., ,
North Miami. Florida 33161 Intends 1.
register -aid name with the tierk ol
the Circuit Court of Hade I i>unt\
Florida Dated at Miami. Dade Coumi
Plorida this 7tl dai o. i..i,.i .
HI IN Z SMITH
KELLY BROOKS A- Rl ipES
Attorneys for Applicant
i" ii-:- .:. ii i
_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 60088-B
Il RE Bsl '
ELI A HANZIOKI!
I.....- .1
NOTICE Ttl CREDIT) 'IIS
You an hereb, notified and requlr- ,-, uiVrZu,'1 Tl' VliKi"il.T,,,W
I to present m- and ,i,...,i, '. .V. ''' '.' v '' Hav
i I lemand Against >.,
. 'i.,.m-
^ "U in. hi rebj notll ..I .. ,| ...,,, .
' '" "" selll ;,,.> |.,,;. ., ,| |, ,, ,,.
within six calendar months from Ih. vided In Seitloi, 7 |" |:i... .|, <'
lime .., the first publication hereof, lutes, In ih, n the
... .1,. -a,,., win be barred C.atrthouse ,,, Dade Count" Flwlda
Dated al Miami. Florida, this .mi, within six calendar month, from II '
ll ......lober. All i',.:v lime ,.( il,.. >,r.. .......: : .'
da) of i ii lober, a 11 I'i.is
ROSE II JEANNIN
a- Administratt ,\
Plral publication of this ........
' 1st dav ..i November, 1961
ROBERT I. VVBINTH mi:
Attorney for Administratrix
17"I Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
111--; Jj
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16584
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCE1 IBS i UEDA
Plaintiff.
MANUEL OJEDA
I lefendanl
Ttl MANTEL OJEDA
Mllagm 7 li i.
\1hora, Havana
i 'nl..i
Vou. MANI I.I. OJEDA,
time ..( the flrsi publication here.,I
or the same will be barred
Dated al Miami, Plorida, this ISth
daj ol Oi........ \ |, ;.A
I LSI-: SIM) i.Nlli (FF
_ As Executrix
,'",-', I'Ul.liraiio,, ,., ||
the 1Mb ,la> ofOciob.
ULA1 hi: I. EICHEL
Attornej r..> Kxi I'Utrix
19 Wesl Flagler Streel
Miami. Florida 33136
1" 18-25 11/1-s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
lLT.HU6.!r"5'.,T COURT Of'thE
rfc 7JyfN,T.H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rTA?".'?* IN AND FR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68-15884
u .....SUIT FOR DIVORCE
- VMI I.I. SIMM, ixs
I'll,llll ||
VS
1 CILI E SIMMON'S
Defendant
Ttl I PI ILLB SIMMONS
1 dein r-nknottn
Vou. MANll.i. OJEDA hen v ";"''' I "nk no win
1,1 notified thai a Bill ,.( fnmpli..... ,,. ,"'.'/, J,' ;'f 'MMONM ..-.....
"" I'ivo.-., .i,a- I...... ri......gaiHl ,.""'' "'," ',l:'11 mpl
you, and you al. requited to serve .. ,.,,.' '''- '..... ^'"I HgalllSl
roP! "I your Answer nr Pleading ,., u "' required h nervi ,
he Bill of Comntalnt on th. Plnliitiff. n Bill "' '" p|? nttorney, LESTER ROORRs km, '""' '" "ii tin p
< NU M, street M,ai,n. |.-,o|,a "F Abislev'-H., i\?RXA5P K 'W
; l::,;, ...... le_the original A niwver 7" ::;:,?".,'''. 'Il^11 "orlila
Pleading in ih.- nfflcs of n,. .-!.., i-t, .,i,, ,. .. 'he original Answet -
\!'h- '> ur........be,.....': Url'-M ;;:;"; :.''", ''"
mill du oi December, I96S n v,,n 20th .1 vu n| '":"" the
[alll...... <-. Judgment by default 4H fa 1 ',,,! \ N"v 'T'" l L1 >"'
he taken agains" yu ,, ,h. ,.,' will i.. k .'.',' life'" ''> &twfi
l us notice sba..... published ,.,,, ,
each week r,.,- rout consecu'lve weei .
in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAX
I'l-XK AND ORDERED in y ,,,
H. ida. this 88th day of October A l>
E n I EATHERMAN. desk
i ireuit Court, had.- Count> |'|.....i,
By; K. M. I.yma.n
Deputy Clerk
l" ireull Court S, all
i ESTER ROORRS, Kso
""' N w. km, street
Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for Plaintiff
ii i-i 11 a
plaint
eJh'we^k'for"?*.'] '"' "****........-
."iVMi.;\,i::'{v[sY[,,:-!i::;:?;:;xcv"u-
v t) IMH ''y '" """'''.
^^:p:-^,r^r.....
> t i' GOPKI AND
icir...,i. .- "'iiuty i'lerk
'.''NAItl. It .Iapkk
61. Alnsley Building
"ml PlKf-t,),, Milt"
Attorney fur Plaintiff
10/lt.tt M/l-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-15375
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in i|'<: P \I.MKU
Plaintiff.
\ s
C \THERINE MAIM' PALMER
I i. ndanl
Tl CATHERINE MAIM i-\i
126 To nline Weal
st Catherine,
< unarm. Camilla
VoU. CATHERINE MAIM PALM
ER, are hereby notified that .. I:
of Complaint for Divorce has he,
filed against you......I your ,,r. r.
quired to serve u copy oi your v
er or Pleading to the BUI ,.i ,
plaint, on the Plaintiffs attorney
I wiN ALU II ROSS. S*M Bis. n, .
Boulevard, Miami. Fiorida 33173 I s v
and Hi.- the rfrtginnl Answer or Pli
Ing in the offj,-. ..f the Clerk ..
ult Courl on or before Ihi
da) "i November, 1941s It you i..
do so, iudgm.nl bj .1. fault will |...
taken agafnsl you for the rellel il,
man.I.d in the (till of Compl i
Tin- noli,, shall be published
w k for four consecutive Week-
in THE JEW ISH VIA 'HIM \\
DONE AM> ORI>ERED ai Miam
Plot Ida ilu- sih da) of ,., i .i,, r v I
I960
K It LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By N A Hi:\\ i:tt
I (emit) i'lerk
,1' i n i Court Seal >
DONALD H C"SS
I :;- a> lie l:,.ule\ .,, ,|
Miam,. Florida 331 I"
Attorne) ior Plaintiff
in 11.18-23 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH E is HEREBY i;i\i:.\ that
the undersigned, desiring to ..|lE.,.,, 1:
business under the fictitious name ,.i
KPEEDW \N RAR at 34C6 \ l\ 7th
Street, Miami Intends to register said
nain. iMlb Ihe I'lerk Of (lie CirCUlt
Court ol Had. County, Florida
HARRY CIUTCHLEY, Sole Owt i
KESSI Ell MASSEY
< BECKERAIAN
Attorneys for Applicant
4-. Kilt more w.n .
Coral (table*
in 11 i< .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag,
in business under the firtltlioas nanii
of DBS STEMERMAN and BROWN
al 7001 South Wesl 7th Avenue. Miam
Fla intends to reglsier said n.,r.i.-
witb the I'l.-rk of the Circuit Coui
ol Dade County, Florida
DRS STEMERMAN and BROWN
Profession^! Association
SPARBERand ROSKIN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
I"" N Hi-, ayne Blvd
Miami Florida
in MiU-2" ii
NOTICE UNOER
v. FICTITIOUS 94AME LAW
NOTII K IS HEREBY fyVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to rngiuo
111 in-..i..- und.r the fictitious nam,
ol riME-A-RAM \ at n Minu l- M I.
< oral I .aides Florida Intend (,, r.-u-i--.
said name with the Clerk of th. Cii
ult lourt ..f i,a,i. i',in pli i
JEROME OZKR
5711 Plnetree I (rive
...... Miami, Reach, Florida
JAI K .1 U Kiss
Allot n< \ for
TIME- \ -I: \\l \
H44 S W I Streel
Miami Florida
lull
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURt"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 71802-C
It RK Estate of
WINER liRKKNUKRH
;i k a ABE HREENBERil
.....Med
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
. Nl '' "E is hereb) given thai
hav, rj|, ,| our Final Report and P.
tiilon for l (1strlbutIon and Final -
charge as anclllar) Exei utt I ti
e ol MINER OKEENHEKO
UIE OREENBERO, deceased
"ii the ISth das of Novi ml.i i
i."." ,il applj to the Honorabl,
(ount) Judge-,,i Dade County, Florida
i appmval of -aid Final Reis.i I and
'"I distribution ai d final dischargi
ani illar) l-;.\e. ui"is of the esl it
the ,,i ..\. -named decedent Thi
da) of 11.-t..i.i-i. i i..
\ K 'T' IR I'. V I A I'. V N
1 'SCAR tioTTENBERti
I' 'SH RBPHUN
Attol II. T
1 '' i v^ h hington Avenue
Miam, Beai h, Fla 33139
I" 11 -1 .l ll l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEIH OIVEN that
ii,. undersigned, desiring to em
in business under the fictitious norm
ol I'NITBD MARINE INC .u 944
S W Ihi Strei I, Miam,. Florida 33I3S
Intends to r.,- ,| name with
thi ''l.rk of th.- Circuit Court ol Dude
Count) Florida,
I'ltl.ANlM i PHiA I i ;.
ii s u i-i Street
Miami. Florida 131311
Al K r WKISS
am..i v for
I'nii. I Mat in.- mi
I ii 11 -18-25 ii 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBA HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
III business under the fictitious nam-
I RO'S CORNER al 12201 N'.W Til,
< i Intends le n glsli r said nnme
nh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol Hoi,. County, Florida
l:i 'SI: WARREN
Sol,, i ih net
MARKSPABEB
Attorney for Applicant
1"1-' Ainsley lluilding
in 11-18-JE il 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI OPTICAL CENTER :it
.160 W.-si Flagler Street. Miami In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "I Hade
County. Florida
DENA liATKMAN
MEL SANDBERO
and SYLVIA URLIC1I
10.11-1S--1 11/1


iFriday, November 1. 1968
* Jen if nr,rSdHirtm
Paqe 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80394-A
', RE I" lab ill
I 1111,11- PAVER,
I- ce.....'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v.. All Creditors, and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Esl ate:
% ..u are hereb) notified and requir-
, ,t !,. |in-..'nr any claims and demanda
v, I h m>u maj have against ihe es-
of run.ii' paver decease ,i
i i ..iii. County. Florida, lo the
Ci.uut) Judges nf Dade County, and
Slid fill- ilii *-Mni" in duplicate -mil ;is
,!..| in s.i ii.hi ?:::: IS, Florida
Statutes, In Ihelr offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
i -i in -i\ calendar months from
lime of the Hral publication here-
i Hi. name ill be barred.
Paled .ii Miami, Florida, thin Bih
11 lob. r, a i> 1968.
BDM Aim S MOORE
\- K\. rutnr
r i-i publication of this notice on
-I., i! Hi ila) of i Ictober, 1968
\\ M.TKIIS. M . i ST \N/.o
hi \ s for Executor
M..K Mi kIi j P.ldg .
Miami, Florida
I" I 1 -IS-L'.-, II 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Cue No. 68-15455
NOTICE OF SUIT
sl'.i'll A RADICE,
Plaintiff,
ONES T RADIOS,
I). Iciidalit.
\>;ni-:s T. radice
5.1 nils- Road
Newpoii. Rhode [aland
Yor AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
,i an action for divorce has been
. alaal you and y.u are requir-
id to sitvi' ropy of your written
s. If any. to it on mykks,
U'l.AN IfiKTBR. Attorneys for
|*1 untIff. trhoae address is 1150 S W.
rnl Street. Miami, Florida 18136, and
. the original with the Clerk <.f
. above styled Court on or before
CVember l'J. 1968 otherwise a judg-
i-iit may be entered against you
- ih>' relief demanded in the Oom-
llaint
w 1TNESS my bund and the seal
ll -.urt Court on October H, 19HH.
B. It 1 .HA THERM A N
As Clerk of said Court
By: N. A. IIEWBTT
As Deputy Clerk
10/11-18-2.'. 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
I.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
jslness under the fictitious name of
lEKJi'AN IVTBRIOR DBCORAT-
NO SERVICE at 77 Arthur Godfrey
ad, Miami Beach. Florida intends
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dude County.
fU rida
FlXiKAI. DESIGNS, INC. d'b/a
AMERICAN INTERIOR
HHfilUTlXri SERVICE
By: WILLIAM C GKBENWAI.D
President
MUIUJ-TY WOOI.F
kttorriey for
noral Designs. Inc.
Arthur Godfrey Road
Jiaim lleach; Florida 3.11 SO
10/18-K 11/1-8
vWNU
"And as my Bobe used to say, "If you
stop fighting you'll have peace!"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI 'Tn "E IS IIHKE1D GIVEN 11 it
'In- Ul.il.l : Igned flllll
liusim -- uiidei ihi i ii ami i
ai.i. ki< ks .-in 11:.- I ,|...
' I .. I ..I ;... .11 I
im M -ill Stn .t. Miami, n
intend* to rcgfi '. i Maid nnn i
I III' I "I. rk -f III. I ",i ,uM i '..i
I'.i.i. 'ountj. Floi ris
i 'ARIIIKEAN SH' >E CORP
2.13 s W -iii si i pel
.Miami. Florida
MARVIN I u IENER
\ lorm i for
i .int.i..-.hi shot i 'orp.
Ainsle) Ituilding
Miami, Florida
I" 11-1S-2B I 1
i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 80678-C
in RE: Estate of
WILLIAM I.A POINT.
D<--*-ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Against Said Estate:
You HP' hereby notified and r.siulred j
In present any i-liums and demands :
ubi. h you mav have against the ea- I
late of uii.i.iam l-A POINT deceits-
ed late of Dade County, vlondn. to j
the Cunty Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as .
provided in S.-.tion Ttt.la, e"k>rlda ;
St.ituts, m th.-lr offices in th.' County
Courthouse in Dade County. Klorlda.
within siv i-alendar months from the!
tint, of the first publication hereof, or
in* mil be barred.
l'.i.l i Miami. Florida, tins 17th
daj of I i.toti.r. A ll 1968
.MINNA SCHRIEHER
As Adminiatratiix
!' -t publli.-.!Inn uf tins notice c
ii da; of i ictober, 1*68
SIMON, 11 v vs. &
'Jltl'NDWBRO
Mtorm \ for Katate of
W1I.I.IAM I.A I'liINT
"' ..is.-,)
' Aim Ii > iiuiMinar
liiiml, Florida
1" J5 11 1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY,. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-16237
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAMON NOTARIO.
Plaintiff,
ROSBM NOTARIO.
Defendant.
TO: ROSE M NOTARIO
I7l'.'i ^nd Ave Apt. II
Columbus. Oa.
You. ROSE M NOTARIO. are here-
by notified that u Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been fik-d against you
and you are required to aai'va a c of your Answer or PMafltM to the
Hill of Complaint cm the plaintiff's
attorney. I .ESTER ROOEKS. 99 N.W.
14th St.. Mi.-iiu. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pk-adina; in ih.-
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 14th day of Novemb-
er. 1968. If you fall to do so. judg-
ment hy default will he taken against
you for the relief dcnuinded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ccmsecutive. we-ks
in THK JEWISH PUIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of October. A.D.
IBM.
K. R. I-EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Ihule County. Florida
By: Q P COPBLjJn)
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I-ESTER ROC.BRS
999 N.W. 141h Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/11-18-a5 11/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8068b A
In UK Katat< ol
JOAN AllHOTT OAJNEB
ll.....HS.'.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
uK Claims or Demands Against Said
Be tale;
You are hereby notified and requir-
d to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate Of JOAN AllBOTT QAJNKS de-
ccasi'd late of Dad*. County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade fv.unty.
and file the same in duplicate and ;us
provided in Sei-tion 733.1. Florida
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 FRBEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
\ s
VALERIE K FREEDMAN
in.mi KRAMER. Bl HENB
KRAMER, ROBERTA MILLER.
I)AIM. MII.I.HK. .,. I,
Individually,
l'. f. iiilanls
TO: VALERIE K FREEDMAN
:" Madison Ave Apt 9-L
n. York. N Y.
YOIT, VAIJSRIE K FREEDMAN
are hereby notified thai n Complaint
for a declaratory decree relating
to the validity of a contract between
you and HARRY FREEDMAN, now
deceased, dated the 5th da) of March
I8S3 and a contract dated the 15th
day of February lii'.t. executed by you
and HARRY FREEDMAN, ^<'\k- de-
ceased, has I., i ii filed against you,
and you are to serve .. ropy of your
Answer or Pleading to ih. f-.ill ..f
Complaint op tin Plaintiffs Attornev
DI'NN and JOH.NKft.N, 416 lllscayne
HtiililiiiK. 19 Weal Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 33138, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of ih. Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the 13th day of
November, 1968 If you fail t., do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl/IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this :'ml day of October, 196*
E It I.BATHBKMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: K M I.Y.MAN
D.puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Statutes, in their offices in the County DI'NN indlOlINSf.N
Courthouse in Dad.- County. Florida. I,H Hi-oavne Building
withm six calendar months from Ike 1 !,1 i",i. B
time of the first publication
or the sj*m' will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day of October. A.D. 1968.
BEN B. QAINEB
As Administrator
th
roof.
4th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
First publication of this notice on the N'OTICE LS HEREBY (JIVEN
11th day of October, 1968. the
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1" I 1 1 K .' II 1
SI'AKHEK and RORKIN PA.
Attorneys for Administrator
100 North Blscavne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
lO/ll-lS-l'S 11/1
undersigned, desiring to
that
mgage
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80393-C
In RE: Estate of
HENRY DONNER.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
eo*X AA rX"di,orK. nd *" Persons Hay- Attorneys I
SSS .'ms "r Demands Against Said 1!Wi N K. unird Street
. Hst-te
notice by publication
the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit
florida in and for dade
COUNTY.
No 68-16294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ll MAN BEISPIEL
Plaintiff,r
MOLLY I'l-.lspiEL
Dif.ndaiit.
": MOI.I.Y BEISI'IEI.
-4 Marlboro Court
Maywood, New Jersey
>ou, MOLLY BBISl'lEL are hore-
y notified that a Bill of Complaint
XDivorce has beon filed against mu.
'1 you are n.mn.ii to serve a copy
"ur Answer or Pleading to the
fin of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
ttorney, JOHN REPHI'N, 1370 Wash-
pgton Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
!"* and file the original Answer or
'a.lmg in the office of the Clerk of
' ir.uit ivurt on or before the
F'n .lay ,,f November, ihi:s if you
Ml to .1.. so, judgment by default
i be taken against you for the re-
" demanded In the inn of Com-
kiint.
I'll,is notice -hall he published once
',"'' !* f"r four consecutive weeks
i, J'\ \': 'HWISH EIORIDIAN
|is)NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
T'^i'ia. this 2Snd day of October A D
B. H I.EATHERMAN. Cl.,1,
(trcuit Court. Da.ic County, Florida
Bj K M I.YM A,N
. D.nuiy Clerk
|r,-uit our! s.al)
hii KiTi'in-N
t" Washington Avenue
Iirni Reach, Florida 33119
|orney f,,r Plaintiff
10/25 11,1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MANHEIMER and OLK'K at 1680
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MANHEIMER and (SLICK
Professional Association
RPARBER and ROSKIN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
100 N. Blscayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla.
tt 11 18-35 11 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-1S881
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I! A I I'll PBRROTTA,
Plaintiff
DONN \ I. PBRROTTA,
I H-f.mlaiil
TO: DONNA I. PERROTTA,
c/o Constance Weather.
3134 N. Fern wood Drive
Ravannah. Oeonrla
You. DONNA I- PERROTTA, are
hereby notified that a Bill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
Bgamsl you, and you are required to
serve a copy of vour Answer nr Plead-
ing to the inn of Cnmnlalnt on the
Plaintiff* attorn.v. SHEVIN, OOOD-
MAN & HOLTZMAN, 346 Reybold
Building. Miami. Florida mid file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Curl November. I'.'*'* If you fail to do go,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIOKIDIAN
DONE AND ORDEREED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of October A.D.
lsi'.S
B, B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P COPKI_\NI>
liinuty Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Realt
SHi:\ IN. UOODMAN tt
HOLTZMAN
346 Reybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/18 ll'l-8-l.'i
You are hereby notified and requir- u
ed to present any claims and de- """-*
mands which you mav have against '
the estate of HENRY DONNER de- ,----------
.eased late of Dade tVsjnty. Florida,!
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
proviibd in Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in thoir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he harred
I lat.d
in business under the fictitious name
of NEWAY INIFORM SCI'PLY at
number 160 Ali Bal.a Avenue, in the
City of Opa Locka. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Dated at Opa Ixcka. Florida, this
30th day of September, I84SI
NEWAY UNIFORM *
TOWEL SUPPLY OF FI/HIIDA. INC
By: DAVID SAMUELS
Reg. Manager
!fH>LDSTETN, FRANK UN
I A CHONIN
Attorneys for Applicant
North Miami Beach. Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-1560?
I'll VR1 ES VI 'I IBS an.I
U I I.A I A JACOBS. I
Plaint
v -
ELAINE T ECCI.ES formerly
known as KI.aim: T HEAI.l i a I,
Defendants
TO ELAINE T ECCLES fnrmet
known a> ELAINE T HEAI.l
and jack !: 'ci.r.s in
Land, pi. Box 37 Hauul
Hawaii '"'TIT anil
NE1 ME M BI'NKER
BCNKER, her husband, ii mai
,'l. residen unkttowt and
MARGARET R FISHER and
FISHER, hi r hu In......
in.hi i. .1 i. nl. nee unknovi ii. ii
.1 11 VA.NDENBOOM. .11: u
\ani.i:ni:i ,1 i.m i
i ssldence unknovi n, and
FRED \ WOLF and i ilt.NEI.I
II \V( >LF, In- w iic ivsldi
unknown, and
FRANCES C flEISE
' IEISE. her husband If ms
i. --.,i, nee mil- nown. and
A II VANDENBt M IM, in ,l KD.N
HEN III BTT E V ANDENI M I \
In if. .-, -nie,i, ,. unknov. ii
EACH AND ALL OF Till
AROVR NAMED DEFENDANTS
IF I I \*1N"i :. AND II- 1 ii: a
THEIR RESPECTIVE I'N-
KNOWN SPOI'SES, HEIRS
DEVISEES, ORANTEES. AS
SKJNEES, CREDITORS, LIEN-
ORS TRI'STEES. SCCCERRORS
AND ALL THOSE CLAIMIN
I.NTERBST BY", THROIMH tl
AOAINST ANY OF THE AHO> .'
DEFENDANTS, AND OTHER-
WISE, residence unknown,
ALL OTHER I'.NKNOWN PAH
TIES HAVINfl OH ci.AIMI.N.:
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITI FJ
ol! INTEREST IN. OR IJEN
1'1'mN THE REAL PROPERTY
11 EREIN DES( 'R1UED, HI AN
P \i:t THEREt 'F rosidi nee un-
known.
You are herebj notified thai pr
ceding to qulei title hu* been hrougl t
in th. circuit Court for D,li Count)
Florida, against all persons claiming
any estate, right, title or Interest I
or lien upon the following descrlb
real property, situated in Dad. County,
I'loridi. ii, wit:
l^it ;:. and th.- Wesl :i feel of i.ot
. in CORAL WAY CENTER
according to the I'lai Ihereol
recorded In I'lai Book 28. at Page
?. of the Public Records of Dad.
County. Florida.
And you are hereby required to ti
with the Clerk of said Court \,,u
written defenses to the Complalni
and to serve a copy therot on Plait
tiff's attorney, HENRY -Norton
Mm: Blscayne Building. Miami. Fl"
rida. on or before the SInd day
November, i?":-.. otherwise Judgmenl
will he entered against vou by dv
fault.
Witness my hand and seal of .-;,--
Court, at Miami. Dade County, Fk
rida, this lmh day of October, l?1-: .
E B I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dad. county. Florida
By: N A. 11EWETT
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Plaintiffs
nisi ftlacayne Building
Miami. Florida :t.'l)30
K'/IH-J.-. 11 1-*
Ki/11-18-:'.'. Ill
this 8th
on
at Miami. Florida.
day of October. A D irois
I/H'ISE S IXINNEH
As- Administratrix
First publication of this not I
th.- mil day "i 11. toii.r, :
WALTERS, MOORE 4:
i '( iSTAN/.O
Attornej for idmlnlstratrig
1008 Ainsle> Building, .Miami. Florida
m n-1-.-r. it i
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80643-A
In RE Estate of
EDWARD LBVINSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person.- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
state:
You are hereby notified and requir-
| Ml to present an] claims and d. in.mils
uhich you may have against the es-
tate of EDWARD LEV IN SON d......is-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sai.i, in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices In the County
I Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
| thme of the first publication hereof,
i or Hie same will be barred.
Datotl at Miami, Florida, this ,10th
dav of September. AD 1 f>R
s PHYLLIS WAOHMAN
litl MAURICE UBVYN80M
As E\smtors
Fir-t publication Of this notice on
the llth day of October. 1968.
LEON KAPLAN
MYERS. KAPLAN PORTER
Attorneys for Executors
1 ISO S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida .131.10
10 11-18-:'f. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business un.l.r the flctltlou* name
NOTICE UNDER [ of DRS HLCCROFT and CNGKR al
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1R80 Ni:. 163 Street, North Miami
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Ii. all. Fat., Intends lo register and
the undersigned, desiring to engage I name with the el. i k of the Circuit
in business under the fictitious name Court of Dade County, Florida
of INDA Wllol.F.SAI.E m 3734 N.W, DRS Gl.l'CROFT and I'.NGKR
36th Street. Miami intend to register Professional Association
said name with the Cl.rk of th. c-r- SPARSER and ROSKIN P -
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida. Attorney for Anullcanl
INDALECIO FERNANDEZ | 100 N Blseayne Blvd.
DAVID E MINI/. j Mian'i. Florida ,.,-,, ,
in 11-18-38 11,1 1 ll-U-M Ml
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigne.i. desiring to engage
in business unit, r the fictitious name
of NEWAY LINEN SI I'I'l.Y al
number Ilia Ali Baba Avenui', in the
City of Opa IXH'ka, Florida, intends
io register the sal dname with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Opa I/.cUa. Florida this
30th doj of Septi nil., r, 1969
NEWAY INIFORM *i
Tow I. Si I'I'l.Y i IF
FliORIDA. INC
By: Da\ Id Samuels
R.g Man.ii i
IK il.DSTEIN. FRANKLIN
A CHONIN
Aiioin. ys for Applii ant
IS'.'il N.B. 1'ilrd Sir. el
North Miami lb ai Ii, Flor da
III ll-Dl-2.-. 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring lo ngage
in business under ihi fictitious name
of NEWAY Dl ST CONTROL at
number 160 All Baba Avi nu> In the
City of opa kocka, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curl of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at opa Locka, Florida
JOlll dav of Sein. ml., i 1968
NEWAY I'NIFORM *
TOW El. 81'PPLY OF
FliORIDA. INC
By: DAVID SAMCEI.S
R.g. Manager
(MH.DSTEfN. FRANKLIN
A. CHONIN
Attorneys for Applicant
1990 N.B. li::trd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
ro/ii-is-ss ti/i
this
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-15562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IK IRENE DE VAHONA CAMP' 18,
Plaintiff,
ALDO ICNRIot'K CAMpos.
i lefendani
TO ALDO ENRIQUE CAMPOS
31 Cedar Ave'nue
Apt No 16, West End
lii.ng Branch. New .l.-rscv
Yi.u. AlJKi ITNRIote CAMPOS
are lier.-hy notified that a Bill of Com
plaint for Divorce has been fill
against you. and you are required 1
serve a copy of your .Answer or Plead
ing io the Bill of Complalni on th
Plaintiffs attorney, l.KSTKi: ROG
BRS, I'.si.i 999 N w. 14th Strei I
Miami. Florida 33136 and file Hi
original Answer or Pleading in the
.iii. ,f the ci.-rk ..f th.. Clrcui
Curl on or I., lor.- ihe 30th dav o
November, 1968 If you fail do s.,
niilLin.nl 1>\ default will he lakei
against you for the relief demande
in ih. ilii of i 'omplalnt.
Tins nntii shall be published on. i
ea.h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH 1'l.oRlDIAN
Done AND ORDERED it Mlnm
Florida this tmh da) of Octohe
A D P.HiS
i: II IJCATHBRMAN, Cl.rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: N A lll'.u BTT
Di mity Cl.rk
(Circuit Curt S. all
LESTER R( xiERS, ESQ.
999 N \V nth Strei i
Miami, Florida 33136
10 18-26 11/1-s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 68-14894
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WILLIAM ABRAHAM ADBR
Plaintiff,
SHIRLEY ELEANOR ADBR
Defendant,
YOIT, SHIRLEY ELEANOR ADBR.
residence address ","i> Avenue Road
Ant IS Toronto, Canada; are requir-
ed to file your anawer to Ihl Com-
plaint for Divorce with the Clerk of
the above court and serve a cops
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq.,
Congress nidg., Miami. Florida, on or,
| bi lore November i.ih. I96 or else
complaint will be taken as confessed
I. V I'KI i. i h-toli. i JinI. 1968
B It I.EATHERMAN
Cl.rk of ihe Cir. uit Court
B) K M l.YMAN
Id 11-!>.-:'. 11 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76805
in RB: Estate (
AI.VARO l> osoRIO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Poisons 11.,v
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bal
Estate:
You are her. hy notified and requir
ii to present an> claims and demand -
which \"ii mav have against II. -
late of AI.VARO | 080RIO deceas-
ed late of Dad. County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sain. in duplicate and a-
provided in Section 7:::i 16, Florida
Statutea, in their offices in the Counts
Courthouse iii Dad. County. Florida
within sin calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereol
or th.- same v.ill be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, this l&th
dav of (Ictober, A 1 1968
BIjAICA R. PENA OSORIO
\- Administratrix
Flral publication .r this notice
the i Mb day of ictober, 1961
I A1 I. KWITNBY, ESQ.
SILV BRST BIN, K WITN BY
tt >'< II'DISS
Attorneys for Administratrix
i_'" l.in.oin Road,
Miami I lea. h. Florida
io/ii-m H/i
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*J^H#* Friday, Nov-nber j_ l968
He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so now.
Your family is certain to benefit.
**rtRMH? ^T BCAUT'FUL eXCLUS.VELY JEWISH CEMCTEKV
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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