The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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[Volume 41 Number 45
LEADERS EXPEltED
Arab Unrest
Continues In
West Bank
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli au-
thorities expelled this week ten
Innre West Bank Arabs accused of
lineiting and abetting civil unrest,
|a:nong them several known Com-
tnunists. The move was regarded
Bere as an application of Defense
inister Moshe Dayan's alleged
Invitation to dissident Arabs to
leave the country if they are dis-
tisfied and "go to a country
trhere they like the regime better."
Jen. Dayan's purported remarks
In In- subject have not been de-
fied by the Defense Ministry.
Previously, four West Bank Arab
I a doctor, lawyer, teacher
k:;l a deputy mayorwere expelled
b a few hours' notice. They had
keen accused of aiding terrorist
oups and exhorting Arab muni-
cipal leadera and others not to co-
Iperate with Israel. The expulsion
Odicated a determined effort to
lid the West Bank of persons be-
Ieved (0 have incited the recent
lash Of i mi Nasser. anti-Israel dem-
|nstrations by high school students
adults in more than a half
Dzen West Bank towns and vil-
Among the expellees was Rushdi
fcahin. & Nablus Communist who
ainsl Israel; Yeacoub
Oubedia, of Ramallah, head of
lu u/est Bank teachers' associa-
IchmedfalinUgajph, a lead
1 reel's demonstration in
I lo ihamed Fade! Taher, a
I from Yaabad who orga-
L'd demonstrations in his vil-
Dr Vihyeh Wahabba, head f
Red Crescent I.Moslem Red
C in liamallah. who helped or
| demonstrations there; I'eyik
Maryi, of Jenin; Sami Sheikh.
as, a teacher accused of
ing his pupils against Israel;
I Vbsl llamid. a Tulkarem
1 Mouhamed Khaled. a
"m Jericho: and Ahmed
the second inspector of
-
i Military police arrested Mayor
pjdim Zaro of Ramallah on sus-
I'cion of inciting anti-Israel dem-
|nsfrat,ons and violence in that
'St Bank town. Ramallah is un-
!" a daily ls.hoor curfew. Mean-
Th,le' 7 corfew violators were
"esfed in Nablus but most were
'"sed with a warning. The vio-
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, NovemTTTT
968
Two Sections Price 23c
Dayan Warns Russia
Against Move at Suez
GIN. MOSHE DAYAN
TEL AVIV (JTA) Gen. Moshe
Dayan, Israel's Defense Minister
said this week that any attempt to
push Israel back from the East
Bank of the Suez (anal would
mean war. Asked at a press con-
ference whether the presence of
Soviet naval equipment including
dredges in Egyptian ports ma) in-
dicate that an attempt will be
made by Russia to clear the Suez
Canal, closed since the Six-Day
War. Gen. Dayan said the onlv
First Czech Refugees
Welcomed To U. S.
way that Russia could move lsrali
troops from the canal would be
through war and tnat he did not
believe Moscow wanted to risk ,
war.
Asked for his evaluation of 'he
growing Soviet fleet in the Mediter-
ranean, Gen. Dayan said this was
a matter for NATO. (Eighteen So-
viet naval vessels have entered the
Mediterranean during the past 2!)
days and only four have left The
four were the missile-armed air-
By Special Report
NEW York Twenty United
rlias Serviceassi^ed Czech refu-
gees were aboard a Pan American
airliner landing at Kennedv Air-
port this week. The flight which
originated in Vienna was the first
organized for Czech immigrants
to the United states and carried
refugees sponsored by Catholic,
Protestant, Jewish and non-sectai
ian agencies
Carlos i. Israels. UHS president,
hailed the arrtvai an rmitca-
lion o! the humanitarian interest
of our government in the welfare
of (V th, forced to flee their home-
land .i- a result ol the invasion bj
Warsaw Pact (ro ips United Ilia-
has registered in its Vienna office
more than 1,500 Czech refugees
who hope (0 emigrate to the U.S.,
Canada. Australia. Latin America
and other Western countries," he
stated
and Ohio. Skill represented in the
group included a symphony orches-
tra conductor, economist, electri-
cian, engineer, psychologist, teach-
er and clerk.
"These people." Baid Mr. Jacob-
son, "will certainly make outstand-
ing contributions to the comm
ties in this countrj where the)
will be helped to establish new
lives
CARLOS tauu
Stale Department In Plea
For Anti-Ue S. Arab Mob
Continued on Page 11-A
FIRST JEW TO
HEAD BUNOESRAT
BONN (JTA) Herbert
Weicnmann, the Jewish
' of Hamburg, West
Germany's largest port city.
has been elected president
"l the Bundesrat. the upper
house Of the German Parlia-
::"1' which is composed of
sentativea of the various
states. He is the first Jew in
Postwar Germany to be
' I'V'd to such an office. Mr.
"u-hmann, 68. was a mi.
M Of the United States
'/"''n-' World War II. He re-
,u"1;,|i lo Hamburg after-
,Aan| al the invitation of
'"''"' mayor Max Brauer
'ndbeme the city's finance
'tor and later mayor.
Gay nor I. Jacobson, L'liS execu-
tive vice president, said plans are
being made to fly a total of 160-1 to
Czech refugees of all taiths to the
United States every week from
now until the end of February.
The Unite! Ilia-assisted refu-
gees on this week's flight include,!
five families with a total of eight
children, and an engaged couple.
all of whom will join relatives in
California. Man land. New York
WASHINGTON (JTA)State De-
partment sources offered extenua-
tions this week for violent anti-
Israel, anti-American demonstra-
tions in front of the U.S. Embassy
in Amman, Jordan, in which 12
window- were smashed and an
American flag was torn down and
ripped to shreds. The sources said
it was necessary to understand
Arab passions and that the attack
had to be viewed against the back-
ground of Arab-Israeli tensions
Ihev said is arms shipments to
Ionian will continue.
The demonstration-, ami similar
ines in Lebanon. Syria and other
Arab states occurred on the 51st
anniversary of the Balfour Declar-
ation, the document issued in 1917
by the then British Foreign Secre-
tary Lord Arthur Balfour, promis-
ing the creation ol a Ji *ish na-
tional home in Palestine, Reports
from Amman said Amman police
were forced to discharge tear gas
grenades and to fire over the heads
Of the rioters There was an un-
confirmed report of one death.
In New York, strong American
and international endorsement of
the Balfour Declaration waa re-
called by Rabbi Israel Miller.
chairman of the American Zionist
Council, in a statement issued on
the anniversary of the declaration.
He noted that the Balfour Declara-
l on issued bj Lord Balfour "mark-
ed a turning point in the centuries-
aid aspirations of the Jewish peo-
ple to return to their own national
homeland "
craft carrier Moskva and three es-
corts which left this week for the
Black Sea.)
Gen Dayan noted that Egyptian
policy was not to clear and operate
the canal so long as Israelis are
campe I on it. and that Egypt still
is a party to the cease-fire at
canal. The presence of Soviet ma-
rine equipment does not po:r.t >
war, he said.
Gen. Dayan said that while Israel
had no intention of intervening in
'he strife in Jordan, if Jordan
wanted a peace settlement with
Israel, "she coold have it tomor-
row without it being conditional on
peace settlements with any other
country, including Egypt." He
noted, however, there is question
whether Jordan can make peace
wilh Israel without Egypt's accord.
He said he thinks King Hussein
has sufficient oower to enforce a
peace treaty.
Gen, Dayan again warned K. -
that it would "pay a hiph pr
il it to ate I
fire a i the Suez I a
Israel would always find u
E--
- West Bank. Bui he reft -
on last wet ;.,
c immand i raid deep inti '
rritory which damaged tw i
bridges and a power -;., o v.
he was asked if the Eg
mi fht retaliate, be answi r
they do. they will have to pay ,
very high price and it may
feasible for them."
IN THIS ISSUE
A'r^o 4.A People-Places --B
Bar Mitrvah 12-B Peal Estate -3
Book Rev.ew 12A Sermon 10-A
Candhghtino 10A Sneider 8-A
Cohen 4.A Synagogues 10-A
Dining 10-B Torah 10-A
Editor a.* 4.A TV 10 A
Engagem'ts 8-B Weddings 3-B
Features 14.A Woman's
Lehman 8-B World 5-B
Obituary 14-B Zipp 9-B
BACK TO STALIN ERA?
Czech Jews To Face 'Show Trials'
PAKIS (JTA) Reports reach
ing here from Czechoslovakia this
week say that a series of "show
trials," similar to the trial of
Rudolph Slansky during the Stalin
: era, in which charges of "Zionist
conspiracy" are expected to figure,
are being planned by Soviet occu-
pation authorities. According to
these reports, the Russians have
given Czech authorities a li-t of
I several hundred names, mostly of
liberals and including many Jews
or Czechs of Jewish origin, w'th
orders not to let these people leave
the country,
Chechoslovakian Premiei Cernik
I to agrei ties -
demands and border posts have
: been instructed accordingly, the
I reports said. The Russians are said
to have compiled their list of ac-
cused from files confiscated at the
oeginning of the Soviet occupation
last August from the Czech secret
police and the Ministry of Interior.
Among those listed to stand trial
is Prof. Eduard Goldstuecker, a
prominent Czech-Jewish author
and academician.
The reports said the trills would
be conducted by Czechs, but that
the prosecutor and probably the
udge- will be selected from hard-
line Communist associates of for-
President Antonin N'ovotny.
Prof. Goldstuecker was attacked
j this week by a Soviet magazine on
'the same charges that brought him
a death sentence, imprisonment
and torture during the Slansky
trial of the Stalin era 15 years
ago. it was reported here from
Moscow.
Branding the 55 year-old head of
the Czech writers union, now a
refugee in hiding, a "Zionist." the
Soviet Literary Gazette charged
him with having openly advocated
pro-Israel policies during the brief
liberalization in Czechoslovakia
war and said he was among
"those who cover themselves with
hypocritical calls to normalizal
in order Inconspicuously to re-
group the forces of counterrevolu
noti" In Czechoslovakia today.
Prof. Goldstuecker. deputy' rec-
tor of Prague's ancient Charles
University, has been appointei
visiting professor of comparative
literature at Sussex University for
(he current academic year. '
He has been given leave of
absence bv Charles University and
has already armed in Britain.
The Literary Gazette accused
him of having tried to rehabilitate
the literary heritage of Franz Kaf-
ka, whose works are banned :n
Russia, of associating with Ol
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brew Programs
LONDON (JTA) The British
Foreign Office was accused of po-
litical motives in ordering the sus-
pension of the British Broadcast-
ing Corporations short-wave lie
Drew programs, now officially end
ed. Brwin Bienenstok, director <>i
the Hebrew service for the past
nine years, said, "1 don't consider
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technical reasons given. It is a po-
litical decision by the British gov-
ernment."
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for $50,000 to Dr. Leon Kronish. national
vice chairman of the American Histadrut
Development Foundation. The contribution,
in memory of her late husband, William
Jacobs, is earmarked for perpetual scholar-
ships for immiarant students at trade schools
in Israel. Taking part in the ceremony (from
left) are: Sam Wiener, chairman of Work-
men's Circle Branch 699. Mrs. Wiener; Lil-
lian Jacobs, daughter of the donor; Mrs
Jacobs; Rabbi Kronish; Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, chairman of the foundation's legal
committee; and Moshe Berman. Histadrut
executive director.
Conclave Views 'Generation Gap'
Jewish collegians will be special
quests at the biennial convention of !
the Southeast Region of the United I
Synagogue of America, to be held
Sunday and Monday at Temple Is- '
ael in Orlando.
The) will offer their diagnosis
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iresent their remedies towards
Bridging the Generation Cap."
the theme of the convention.
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ference will be the luncheon ad
dress Sunday afternoon by Henry
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he United Synagogue of America,
vho will discuss "The Role of the
Jnited Synagogue on the Ameri-
can Scene."
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licipate in the program are I)r

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Morton Siejjel. director of the Com-
mi-sion on Jewish Education of
the United Synagogue of America:
Rabbi Neil G. Gillman. registrar.
School of Judaica. Rabbinical De-
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17 KESHVAN 5723
Volume 4i
Number 45
New Challenges Face
U.S. Jewish Groups
In the complex organizotioiicl
itructure develcpsd over the years
by American Jewry, the Cc-;-:
Jewish Federations end Well
Funds rertainly represents a broad
cress section of Jewish lif3 in the
r.ction with its hundreds of affiliated
bodies.
It is not surprising therefore, that
the scope of the agenda of the Coun-
cil's General Assembly opening in
Atlanta next week, can be expected
to touch on virtually all issues of
communal concern to American
Jewry.
The Council is the national as-
sociation of 222 local Jewish federa-
tions welfare funds and community
councils serving as the central Jew-
:sr. organizations in communities
throughout the land. Among these, of
course, is our own Greuter Miami
Jewish Federation.
The annual camrxrians of t'",
federations to which more than 1,000-
C00 Jews contribute, constitute the
largest Jewish fund-raising effort in the world
A-ith some S242 million expected to be raised
tbil year to serve the entire range of Jewish
r.eeds at the local and naUonal levels as well
cs in Israel and other overseas lands.
Crisis In Israel
One of the major tasks of the Assembly will
be to convey to the Jews of the United States
end Canada, the extraordinary character and
implications of the present crisis in Israel which
has resulted in the cutting back of Israel's share
cf support for American-assisted social ser-
vices health, rehabilitation and hospital pro-
crams, immigrant housing, child care and
Other programs vital to the welfare of 250,000
.absorbed immigrants.
In domestic affairs, a major concern of the
Assembly will be the problem cf our ir-ban
chettos r-nd the directions the Trvi ': fed'i -
rid agencies should take to help bri
I the social and economic revile--"
rjhettd population .- of
e. ication, job trcirirc vocational guidan<
xrre and social cr.d re tion ssr-
Priority attention must, of course, be oven
- the r-^ans of strengthening American Jew-
ish life. This must include measures to achieve
arecter quality in Jewish education, which, if
achieved will go a long way toward solving
the crob'.ems involved in changes in American
Jewish identification and commitment as well
as involvement of Jewish college youth in the
Jewish community and overcoming the qans
in recruitment and training of personnel for
Jewish services.
It is imperative, therefore that the problems
fodna American Jewrv be exemined in depth
end that the affiliated federations apoly th?
meas--rs formulated by the deleaates in deal-
ing with their own local problems.
B'nei B'rith At 125
This week, locg;-s and chapters c' E
B'rith in the Greater Miami area jcine i with
the organization's membership throughout the
United States in launching the celebration of
the 125th anniversary of B'nai B'rith.
Established in 1843 by 12 immiarar-t- in
New York, the organization today has more
than 500.000 members, affiliates in 46 cow*
tries and a S16.OO0.000 annual budge- thai
embraces a broad range of programs and acti-
vities.
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B -
has, from its very inception, served as cr.e c'
society's prime weapons in the f-ahl cc;
cnti-Semitism and other forms of b'gotry
ADL built an admirable record o' constru I
effort in the strengthening of democrati
tices.
Reflecting deep concern tor young "
the college campuses, the B'nai
Fovndadticns have striven to give I
rnec::.s to re'.llze a d -
prec ation of their Jsv
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world
The B'nai B'rith Youth Orga.....' -
laraest Jewish youth program in th
States, provide; een raers wiih a
experiences, social welfare projects an
ion in civic resconslbiiiiy again=t the
ground of Judaism's ethical and rel
values.
The organization has also established p-o
grcms on behalf of Israel in vocational service
in this country and in adult Jewish education
that have been growing in importance in re-
cent years.
More than any other factor contributing to
its growth and durability has been the ability
of B nai B'nth to adapt its programs to the needs
of the time.
It is also essential that the local federations WUb more rapid changes are assured in
accord the same priority status to the need for the years ahead. B'nai B'rith can be exoe-t I
quality education that has begun to acheive to continue serving the needs of Jewish We
recognition at the natienal leveL aU parts of the world '"
^Matter cf ^Jaci y,
JOSEPH ALSOP"
ALSOP
Some Grisly News
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the U.S ivern-
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[ ij ii : it is
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Ij | r the kin.. dence
i rS Soviet -> -' il was
enjoyed by the German seneral
s'aff before German} d< leaf in
; War II
Background
Dimttri F I -t.r.'v A i
sidium member who bed
era! charge of all defer
tion. Ustinov obviously I
links with the Redarrm
and senior generals
running l tense
illj o t\ u ly, h.
with this ad, as
i ptabk : marshal,
Not- acjtordihg -h
l reach-
in from a pres u i
thuntatnc jrce. the Pi g
got a oefative answer ft6n -,e
messed phalanx of nui-hals
(most of whom look like ties
Curti I. May cubed Ii i |
Ustinov, said the marsh
net put in Marshal
Grechko?
S mi ba kgi mnd m ed<
make th( facts understandable.
In brief. .'.. Soviet Defense Min-
h h n \\ .Iian lead-
ership sh Khrusfit Sev's ,
... .
Defi -i Ministrj to
Mar>hai
iv then succeeded as
fen-e minister: and after /
abrupi fall. Marshal Mali-
-.. iui 'led
Ii is a !e that a De
M nistr\ without i"\ i
Ii ship always an organism
the n al truth is un-
kn k ,i- ernment's civil-
ian leader: For this and other
the Soviet Pre
re. wished to re-
impose civilian leadership ht-n
Ma ;: \ sky die I
The Pre-idium Insist
Ustinov. The marshal-
second negative, this l
sen} v?ar
commander, Marshal h
ky i >r.i-( again the I
insisted upon l'stino\
the marshals answerd
Well, if you don't like
sky. you'd hetter take
atter all." And Grech.-
fact, namtd defense mil
| it to this
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Suspicion
ls!iii(i\
The Pr sidi im reported 11
efi......ister *;.-
("oncermnj; this n
story. i| ; be i
it i- regarded with sui by
some of th, vexj tenioi
ologists. despite a sour "it
would nuke il convinci.
can tell whether this -,,
well-founded. Yet the ol I Krenv
linoJogical tradition noti
n time when the I!
M..- owed and impot.
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garbagi ,
"lack stockings filled witb
flour (o cloul young ones who
eared to come out unaccompanied
b> an older brother, soaped up
store windows and other, more
des motive escapades, were our
"thing" 0n that silly night Not
'<> speak of the evening before
which we called "Goosey Nlgbf
**d on which the wreckage was
Todaj si
ds of mi el :
tj he ad-on ..t lea
year He has adapted
ng with witchi
to his own world of coi
consumption and play- thi
game ai his parents-
for him. only the reaiitj
ble yum and tootsie roll.
Look at the atmosphere <
have created. The Miami Up
.... < v.ecifcTtd Amusemenl sec-
tion which provides a convenient
listing of the cultural. I'door.
sports, theatre and other activi-
ties, includes "Shopping Center
Events." True, these program"
are events like clow
amusement rides and even art Wj
hibits. noncommercial a' 'ivltie>
designed to make for hu^r com-
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Fridav. November 8, 1968
fatW* *%r Paqe 5-A
Israeli Communists Blast Kremlin Line
TEL AVIV (JTA)Soviet Russia
and Poland were sharply attacked
by Israel's Communist Party lead
era lor their treatment 01 Jews. At
the party's 16th national conven-
tion here this week the party called
on Communists all over [he world
to join in supporting the survival
of Israel.
The party convention, opening
in a hall draped with three Israeli
flags and three red flags, received
official greetings from President
Zalman Shazar and Knesset speak-
ei Kaddish I.uz. In his opening
address, party general secretary
Shmuel Mikunis declared, "We
shall not betray Israel for a pat on
the back from Moscow."
Party leader Dr. Moshe Sneh de-
clared the immediate task of the
Israel Communist Party was to
help world Communist parties un-
derstand Israel's problems and her
goals. He issued, a four-po:r.t de-
mand to Polish Communist I
chiel Wladyslaw Gomulka an
the leaders in the Kremlin: Peri
Jews u.io wi-h to emigrate
Israel to leave; let those who re-
main live a Jewish national ,,:. !
cultural life
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Col. Itzhak Yavneh, hero of Israel's Air
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David Award to Israel Mandel, at the Temple
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and Dr. Max A. Lipschitz (right), Beth Torah's
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Mandel at the Beth Torah-Israel
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The audience responded to an
address by Col. Itzhak Yavneh, a
hero of three Israel-Arab war<. and
an appeal by Rabbi Max A. Lip
schiz, the congregation's spiritual
ader Mr. Mandel was presented
with the Jerusalem-Tower of David
award.
Col Yavneh urged American
Jews to continue and increase their
economic aid through Israel Bonds,
emphasizing that Israel's security
depended upon its strength.
"W need your support as a de-
terrent to the Arabs, who will only
strike it they feel we are weaker,"
he said.
The dinner chairman was Sam-
uel Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G,
Ettingei were chairmen of the
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program participants were Burton
Young. Morris Goldfarb. Cantor
Jacob J. Kenzer. Abraham J. Git
telson and Joseph Golden, presi- Mrs. Ben J. Newmark. Mr. and
dent of the congregation. Mrs. Jerome Cavell.
In keopir 1 with iho festive spirit
a special program of Israeli humor
was presented bv well-known hu-
morist Joey Russell.
The participants in the Menorah
of Statehood ceremony included
Mr and Mr-. Maximilian Feld-
stein. torch bearers; Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Nacron, holders of the pilot
light, and the following candle-
lighters:
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Firtel, Mrs. '
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writers who are under ;it
tack [oi liberalism, and oi having
givei interviews to Israeli and
Wesl German periodicals. Describ-
ing as "a crafty maneuver" Dr.
Goldstuecker's public reply last
June lo anonymous anti-Semitic
letters he received from Czeeho-
slovalcian Stalinists, it charged his
aim was ""to discredit the Com-
munisl Party."
Dr. Goldstuecker, a Communist
Part) member .since 1934 and the
Czechoslovak Minister to Israel in
1950 was arrested in 1951. tortured
lor months, and compelled to tes-
tily :o involvement in Titoist-
Zioni-timperialist" plots at the
tna- n trial of the former Com-
nunist Party general secretary..
Rudolph Slansky He was later
tried and condemned to death with
Mr. Slansky'brother. Richard, but
the sentences were commuted to
life imprisonment alter Stalin's
death and both were released in
1958
Sources here that follow the So-
viet press said the attack on Prof.
Goldstuecker was one of the strong-
est polemics to appear in the Lit-
erary Gazette since its June 26
attack on Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Russian author of a novel on con-
centration camp life which is ban-
m d in the Soviet Union.
Mesivta To Honor Rabbi Wein
KABBI BCREL WEIN
Special Christmas Stamp
Scheduled By Post Office
WASHINGTON (JTA)The U.S.
Post Office has scheduled sale of a
1968 Christmas stamp, an action
that in recent years has drawn
protests from Jewish organizations
including the American Jewish
Congress, who claim that it violates
the church-state separation provi-
sion of the Constitution.
The six-cent stamp is based on
a detail from -The Annunciation"
by the 15th Century Flemish artist
Jan van Eyck. The painting is in
the National Art Gallery in Wash-
ington.
The eighth annual scholarship
dinner ol the Meiivta ol Greater
.Miami Louis Merwitzer High
School will be held at 6 p.m. Sun-
day. Dec l. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, according lo an announce-
ment made this week bj Moses
Grundwerg, president of the school
Guest of honor at the dinner will
be Rabbi Berel Wein. leader of
Beth Israel Congregation. Miami
Beach, ana hi a.. i>i iacuity ol tnc
Mesivta
The proceeds of the d'nner will
be used tor the scholarship fund ol
the Mesivta. the only yeshiva high
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VA Hospital
Two 55 cup coffee urns have been
presented to the Veterans Admin
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War Veterans Post and Auxiliary
223 of West Miami at ceremonies
Saturday night Mrs. Grace Kashin-
sky made the presentation for
the Auxiliary in memory of her
husband. Ben.
Also taking part in the ceremo-
nies were Aaron Slachter. hospital
chairman for the Post: Mrs. Jeanne
Speigel and Mrs. Sam Grossman,
hospital rochairmen for the Auxil-
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the JWV Auxiliary, representing
the state and national organiza-
tions.
Abe I-gar is commander of the
i West Miami Post and Mrs. James
Stern is president of the Auxiliary.
, i,,, boys i" Florida
The Mesivta serves both resident
and non res students from
communities parts ol
the Un...... several Latin
American counl
A committee representing var
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is in the process ol formation, Mr
Grundw ei
A former practh
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.it the Hebn Theologies i
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founders Of the Chicago In.,
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land hospitals and has served
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India
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an,: his new 'nride. Barbara, re-
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sojournin Java, the most im-
portant island of the Indonesian
group. Through AM DOC. an or-
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received at the 150-bed hospital.
The i.!ea of Java appealed to
me." says Dr. Shocket. "because
it is a part of the world that we
have got to get interested in. The
;- similar to Miami's. All
of Indonesia is south of the Equa-
- r I we found the most exotic
el bles. The people
eatned to live off the land
th little work beeai:-'
the s rtility The islands of
the _;nal Spiee
s that C tlumbus was look-
ican
t this pat lar hospital.
. oblem be-
: i ik El lish
ts were in
sh Host thi patients
\ lists, h
........i n
rig of
rist and thi n for
how-
n< who rejects J( -
. :
not afreet the personal relations
between Dr. Shocket and the rest
of the staff. "We became good
friends and if anything, they felt
sorrj : me because 1 could not
ed."
Practicing medicine in Java is
difficult becaus > of the poverty of
the country. Much oi the medical
equipment has to be imported
a id ther is a limited amount.
Java, however, is a major source
of the world's quinine
Nurses are paid seven dollars a
month and doctors from ten to
twelve dollars a month. This is
no- i .. ugh :o live on and stealing
is not uncommon. The hospital is
kept immaculately clean the
r- are hand-scrubbed.
More than half the children in
Java die before the age of six.
The major diseases are diphtheria
.-.nd smallpox, which exists |n epi-
demic proportions, since there is
little activity toward vaccination.
"There were two operating
rooms and I worked from early
in the morning until as late as
10 p.m The Indonesians are a
happy, easy-going, loving people,
and if it was required that we
sta; late, the staff was glad to
oblige."
After an operation was per-
formed, whatever was removed
from the patient had to be shown
to his entire family when they
came to visit. They would have to
see the tumor or whatever had
caused his problem, thus beir
sured that it had been necessary,
I would get up at t>::;o in the
morning." recalls the surgeon,
"and walk to the hospital, | I -'
men working in the nee fields
women ashing i lothe in
(reams Whi n I arrived
the hospital, I could tell there
. .: itienl waiting on the i p-
erating table if there was a pair
of sh tide the opi
room door, The patient there
walks to the operating room, leav-
ing his shoes outside the door.
. gi on the table."
only anesthesia available '
and ether. The patients
never aske I for pain pills because
X] cted t-> be uncomfort-
Dr S i kel performed about
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Dr. and Mrs. Everett Shocket
ere shown during a recent trip
to Bandung, Indonesia where
Dr. Shocket, a surgeon, spent a
"vocation" contributing his ser-
vices to a local hospital.
five major operations a day, and
sometimes in the middle of an
operation had to run out into the
hallway to perform an emergen-
cy tracheotomy on a diphtheria
patient 'Actually we did a lot of
surgery in the hallway connecting
the two operating rooms. The
Javanese have a remarkable abil-
ity for recovery. They are resil-
ient and truly lovely people. It
was an exciting place to be."
Next year the surgeon and his
wife, who teaches English and
whatever waj she can.
r an Israeli hos]
Dr Shocket ha> sp< cial n a
spending his this
w ij From a medical
teresl to see h i
. | ti d
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the sami litions
no I ngi k '
Furthermore, the storj given
al ,. la ks remarkabl} like a
natural di -it from earlier
Red armj leaders,
for instance, were Khrushchev's
kej hacker- on de-Stalin zation
throughout his rise to p w< r and
when he defeated "the artificial
majority" of the Presidium.
Khrushchi after managed,
.: -i et rid ol the o\ er
ween Malinovsk)
eved have
had a signii ml role in Khrush-
ehe\ i ventual d
affairs on the Amen,
left. The boa constrict
which the Soviets an
brutally using to crush
vestige- of CkchOsl.
ternal freedom, furthei
pear to have a stron.
flavor.

Middle Easl
Leverage
s i v e are confronted with a
: i litj probability that
the military leader- already have
enough leverage stand out
against the Presidium's announc-
ed wishes and to name their own
defense minister if tins > cor
rect. we are clearly dealing with
a rather new kind of Soviet gov-
ernment.
That may in turn explain the
strangi course the Soviets took
before the> invaded Czechoslo-
vakia, and it maj also cast much
light on the invasion it made such fools of the "world
opinion" thinkers about foreign
Bui there li more |
that, if the Soviet m.
indeed moving towai
of position formerly rx
the old German
In .r true model, om
sure). In addition to
Gen. I.eMay cubed .,
of the marshals can be
to think as Gen. l.e.V
That make- a prett;
when one considei -
the dreadful situation
dt sloping In the Mi
And this pro-; i
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sistence that thi- coui
an undoubted margin
For it i- doubtful whetl
marshals use their eomi
waj Robert McN'amai
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?68
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
f Heaven And Earth
QuiZ BOX SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TOHAH PORTION
By RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach
The ancient Rabbis in speaking
of Abraham made an interesting
observation. The> tell us that be-
fore Abraham
came upon the
stage of his-
tory, God was
referred to in
the B;ble a- the
God of Heaven
It is only after-
wards that He
was called the
God oi Heaven
and Earth.
From this, they
conclude that
it was our first
Rebbi lehrman Patriarch who
was responsible for bringing God
down from Heaven to Earth,
it is this message of Judaism
that provides the answer to the
dilemma in which our world finds
itself today, for it tells us that we
shall never emerge from the jungle
to create a true Kingdom of Peace
on Earth until we find a place for
God in our live-
Not the cosmic God .if Einstein.
but the (iod nt our Fathers, the
God of Abraham. Isaac and Jacob,
the God who cares, the God who is
cone::;.'I with the affairs of men.
the God who insist- on holiness.
And it is not sufficient to live in
"he dimension of holiness one day
<>r three days a year; it is not
enough to profess holiness in the
synagogue and in the house of wor-
ship Holiness must permeate every
aspect of life In the words of the
prayer "When thou sittest jn thy
house, when thou walkest by the
way, when thou liesl down, when
thou rjse^t up ."
The holiest institution in Jev ish
i- noi (he -v n .- igue but
the home We place the mezzuzah
emind us (hi I the
is sacred, marrii r< t.
tlie familj i- sacn
Life must be based on more than
the physical, more than the mate-
rial. It must he governed and reg-
ulated by ethical and moral prin-
ciples.
As our tradition states. "This
thou shall do. and this shalt thou
not do!"" The parents must be the
priests and priestesses "t ';;< I
tion. the guardians of the home
and the family
Just look about and view our
world. Is it a wonder that Timothy
Leary of LSD fame, stated jus) re-
cently that when our young people
rebel and escape, they are actually
."t-s itilz sham and hypocrisy,
". They are repudiating the
false and distorted values of our
society tor basically the home
ha- lost its vitality, and its spiritu-
ality has been dulled. '
Not that I am defending our
young rebels. It is one thing to
rebel against sham and material-
ism: it is quite another to rebel
against tradition, against law and
authority and the moral code.
What we see all about us in our
troubled world today is the power-
ful admonition that the road we
have trod in the past cannot be
the road we must pursue in the
future
The critical days in which we
live call upon all of us to make
religion relevant and meaningful
so that God will truly be the God
oi Heaven and Earth.
Talks on Obscenity, Drugs
Highlight Y Teen Program
Two discussion sessions dealing
with "Obscenity and the Law" and
Narcotics" highlight the YMHA
p o ram for junior huh schoolers
during November
Arthur Rothenberg, assistant
state attorney, was to discus, ib
-len'tv at 8 p.m. on Thursday, and
\l Sepe, executive assistant in the
' rney office, will give a
talk on druus Thursday, Nov. 21.
/vcUcjio11s <^c
rviccs
AMAVAT S H A I. O V CONOREGA
TION 985 SW 6 th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris B.i'--
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE 5"50 N. Ken.
flail Dr.. S Miami Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgarr1. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
BETH DAVIO 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lioson.
. i i in ::" ]i in S- i in.ii
"Jew i-li EC iu<-..! i.ii in :i Kevoltil
\f I ir .Vim I.... K k< : mil
t Snturda) : -i in S< i mn Tl .
Turith i^-.hi liar Mltxvah
Mr and Mr* 1'harlpn Kihwii-
I" 11. '. |. m .vim. hit
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon SchiM.
Kriil.i> 5:30 p.m S;r.un1:i> !< a.m.,
Herman: "Veteran* ..i r..,.. i'Iunm
< SO |. in Mlttchn. ". m
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabb- Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Naiho:i Pjrnass
e in Satunl \ r am
-........I The 11
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional.
OR OLOM iTEMPlE;. conservative
8755 SW 1fj*! St Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben An.
P in Sa(urda) i:. n m i:,.
Mltxvah Peter, turn .. Mr mid Mr*
Rnberl lioren
Why it mourner forbidden
to work during th seven days
of mourning?
The rabbis in the Talmud deduce
this prohibition from a verse in
the Book of Amos (8:10) which
read-: "I will turn your festivals
into mourning. From this they
learn that "as labor is forbidden
during a festival SO is it forbidden
during mourning" (Talmud Bavli,
Meed Katan 16b, 20a).
The logic behind this association
is quite obvious Both the gaietj
that is required during a festival
and the sadness that is required
during the -even days of mourn-
ing require a certain state >i mind
Ordinary labor detracts from the
spirit of |oy during the festival as
il does from the spirit of grief dur-
ing Ihe seven days of mourning
One oi the later rabbinic author-
ities (Ginath Verdaiml explains
that any manner of labor is for-
bidden especially during the first
three days of mourning under any
circumstances because the first
three days are those in which a
mourner is supposed to cry over
his loss. Being engaged in work
takes his attention away from the
matter at hand so much that he
cannot engage in crying Apparent
ly the rabbis considered crying a
necessary act which probably was
an indispensable tool of relieving
the anxiety and pressing grief of
the mourn, r
Why is the greeting, one gives
to his neighbor on the Sabbath
different from that which is
offered on any other day of tS>
week? (On a weekday, one
says "Shalom Aleichem." On
the Sabbath one says "Shabbat
Shalom" or "Gut Shabbos."
Basicall) this is one of the ways
in which a Jew remembers the
Commandment to "Remember the
Sabbath Day." By doing things dif-
ferent!) on the Sabbath he brings
attention to the fact that the Sab-
bath i- a different day than any
other day of the week. He is thus
'remembering the Sabbath to keep
it (or really to make iti holy." (set-
ting it apart and making it differ
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif
i. 8 turd
Si n H n ii mi ': i .
MENORAH ,TEMPLE* 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Airi.no
/..tz Cantor Nico Feld
i m S.-i
'' u
/.hi. ..
Mi tat il Sti i m>ii i>l Mi ., ,,,
Mm t\ illiiim Man
NER TAMIO (TEMPLE) 80th St. and
ratom waterway Modrn Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz Can-
tor Edward Klein.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
HV a.iv 9:18 p.m Bermon: "Peace,
Peace, Mui'N'o Peace!" Saturday 1:41
; m Bermoni "The Su|ir-m,. Sacri-
fice" 4 1.", p.m Sermon: Tin- Portion
<.f the Law 44,". pm. a True Heri-
tage "
BETH TOV (TEMPLE! 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
iii.i.iv >i; p.m Sermon: "The l aal
Veteran'* Day Obnervance", meat
speaker, Jamen Stern, ivv v Pout j^:i
>f (Vent Miami, w-hone member* and
Auxlllar) will be special Riieats.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLEl. 951 E.
4th Ave., Hiaieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
ZION (TEMPLfc) 8000 Miller Rd Con.
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI MACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca. lyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
81 j,SRAEl7*770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchet.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:15 p.m. SeTmnii: "The Rabbi
In.l N,.i Bleep l-ist rtlfrht." Kuturday
- SO .iiii s, nn. .a "Be Timu a r.i.---'.
llHT." 4 p.m. Mil.I,. i'Iiiss
I'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4V.
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish Cantor David Conviaer.
Friday 7 4", p.m Bermon "Thirty
Years Ago-Krlatallnacht." Saturday
li>:4r. :i in
ISRAEL ( MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday R:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Bur-
pri.....f Jell i-ll Klhii-s".
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
17HESHVAN 5:15
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREw"cONGREGATION.
1242 Washmqton Ave. Orthodox. '
Rabbi Dow Roxencwang.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-!
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlee
iv-MM :' Jim s:ln i"" Bermon:
JudaismThe Art of Givlnc," Rabbi
Kirahblum Saturday : u m s.-rmon:
Weekly Portion of Up. Bible,
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 P.netre,
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. I
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drve
Orthodox. Rab"v Phineas Weber-'
man.
Friday :. p m Baturda) -
on vv. Are Being Tented i: I,
. l:i-> I p m .Vim,-)n, | 5 p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias
YOUNG ISPaEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1025
NE Mum! Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Cantor Tibor
Moses.
Friday :is pm. Sermon- rh. Shout-
Ing is Over, the Work Beghih." S;nur.
day, a 16 a.ro. Bar Mltsvah Mark
son of .Mr i.n.1 Mr.. Sam Morris.
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
sehitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
V0hd*yMH? '"". B:1S '"" ""* < I
van Marlon, Mra li-viiix Kane Saturday > m ,n
Bar Mltsvah: Michael. -,....., ij?
andMrs Arthur Wits Alan ? .,
of -Mi and Mrs. Richard .in,,.,,
Um* vrQISL ICONG.REGAT.ON
RH, 7*MJ H.. Conservative
Z.on k5LWk. Ro,en,e,a Cantor Ben
*""' Kirschenbaum.
B'NAI RAPHaTlTuoi NW 183rd St
Con tlv. Rabb| Ch,w 8Mra
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI ITLMPLEl'oF NORTH DADE '
Temporary office. 18801 NE ??d
Vayera
Abrafiain welcomes the three angels into his tern
As he sat in the tent door in the heat of the day; and he
lifted up his eyes and looked, and, lo, three men stood .
ggainst him" (den. 18:1 2).
VAYERAGod appeared to Abraham as he sat at the I
ul his tent i" the heat o! the day. Lifting up his eyes, Ah;.
beheld three men ,actually angels in the form of mem.
A! raham ran toward them, took them into his tent
treated them hospitably.
one of th.- angels foretold that in I year Sarah would Jear
.1 son The other angels went on to Sodom to destroj thi -v
be< '- wickednes-; onlj Lot, Abraham's righti
u/as to he saved.
God revealed this plan to Abraham, who pleaded thai S
be saved for the sake of the righteous persons living in ii
$ turned out that Sodom could not be savedthere wen
righteous persons in the whole eity.
I.n' was -.iv ed. and lived in a cave There Ills two
bore him two sons Benammi. or Ammon, and Moab
in lulfillment ol the angel's prophecy, Sarah bon
who was named Isaac When the lad grew up. God tested I
ham'.- devotion bj bidding him offer Isaac as a sacrifice v.:
prepared to carry out God's bidding; at the last moment ai
intervened, and Isaac was saved Abraham had passed tht i.
trial "t all.
Thi* recounting of tha Week>y Porrien of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and nt*
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sihlang.

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ent than the ordinary daj
w eeki.
A recent writer explained that
when a .ii w greets his fellow .lew
with the expression "Shabbat Sha
lorn" a Sabbath ol Peace'I he
is actually expressing the fact that
the Sabbath brings both peace ' harmony between bod) and soul
In the weekday, the soul re-
joices in study and worship while
the bod) grieves because it- b
res are neglected during
worship and study The body re-
joices mi partaking of food while
the soul :s grieved, because ol the
time spent m eating, takTn
away from It I Ij Bl irs' p
On the Sabbath the meals
eats accompl -h ,i spiritual fulfill-
ment in the observance ol thi Sab
bath and then is pi...
bodj and fouI b i time
YOL'NG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI, oof. NE '"lt b, Ortnodon
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
- .
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: m
speni in eating coi I l
itual fulfillment as well:
the time spent in u r
stud) present no mi ti -
the body m hich -. i -
:th anyw a\ and Ihei
not have been any maii
I'lius the tune spent hi i
< rship prevents (hi
stmct- from becomii -.
Army Service Extended
JERl SALEM (JTA I
ii eign affai -
committee de ided "
tend thi
male con
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Ih r- w ho
been released next
ths service
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CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMWLEi 5500 Gr.inrta B vd
Reform Rahbi Morr.s Kipper
-
MIHAMAP.
ISRAEL ITEVPL'
Coniti .
Cutler
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rt. n
ZAMORA .TEMPLE, 4- Zamora Ave
Conservative R.nbbi Maxwell Be-ger
Cantor Hirsh March
'" -'
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riiK.ii s riinui ... .
IIIKl Ml x .
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEiT^tTmPLEi S47
Oakland Park Blvd Rahl,, Sttel-
M.nd'eh ara' Can'r Tho-ore
EMANU-EL ;Ml*T~Andrev, Av.
Reform. Rabb. Richard M. Lev*o*
Cantor Jerome Klement. *-ev"or
HALLANOALE
H^iLcN2A.he.J=w,SH center
I2 E. Mallandalt Beach Blvd
HOLLYWOOD
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE c '"
Ave Conservative. R..
A Skop. Cantor Lee
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Satui
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BETH SHALOM i 1721
Monroe St Conterv I -labbl
Mortun Malavsky
NAI JEMPl E ;'--
Conservative RuM :
Cantor Yehudah He |
Nov lo-t h io. 930 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
Temple Menorah, Miami Beach.
Nov. 10Ch 7, io am. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Congregate
Nov. 12-Th. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: The Hopeless Race.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
J anticipants: Rabbi Sol Landau Beth David lon-
Eation, Father David Russell and Dr Frank'
Littell.


Jdcy. November 8. 1968
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Herman L. Shaw To Cohen
Receive Bond Award
Herman L. Shaw, well-known on
[he national Jewish scene for his
(en > to many philanthropic
causi and for his endeavors on
behi of the State of Israel, has
Ihccr. named for the Jerusalem-
iTovver of David Award, it was an-
Inounred bj Rabbi Eugene Labo-
Ivitz, spiritual leader of Temple
Ner Tamid. The award will be eon
ferred upon Mr, Shaw at the Ner
I Tamid-Israel Dinner of State Sun-
(la> evening. Nov. 24. at the Fon-
taine bleau Hotel
Mr.Shaw, chairman of the Board
ol Trustees <>t Temple Ner Tamid,
is active on behalf of many local
as .tll as national causes. Presi-
dent of Aqua Filter Corp.. Mi
Sha\ is a director of the Brandeis
Clul of Miami, a director of the
Arab Unrest
Continues In
West Bank
Continued tr-*m Pag* 1-A
lators wrra caught in the streets a
Half hour before the night curfew
expired. Elders of Araba village in
the Jenin district dispersed a, of high school students who were
about to demonstrate against Is-
rael. The village is not under cur-
few.
Si ents at a girls' high school
in ijaxa returned to their classes
T>t\.n'.ully this week as the pres-
ence f Israeli troops stymied their
attempt to organize anti-Israel
demonstrations, In a similar man-
i monstrations in other Gaza
were also forestalled. The
: jv: curfew was shortened by five
h iiir.- and following a meeting of
lien :>ayan with the chairman of
. .lage council in Tllbbas vil-
i n the West Bank, it was
here altogether. The Arabs
had expressed regret over
ti Israel demonstrations i>\
....- school girls and promised
.ent their recurrence.
A prominent West Bank Arab
v.'ic was formerly a member of
tli>! .'ordanian Parliament pleaded
not ovilty before a military court
to charges of espionage and con-
tacts with the enemy. Moustafa
Ahmed Abou Becker, of Jenin, has
been brought to trial for allegedly
hand-.ng over and planning to hand
over information of military and
secur -y nature to the Iraqi Em-
bass* in Amman.
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32nd degree Mason and a Shriner.
He and his wife. Sarah, are the
parents of two children. Graham
and Robert.
In preparation for the dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen have
been named chairmen of the Corps
.)f Patron-HostS. As their initial act
in this capacity, they have invited
members ol the Host Committee to
4 reception at their home. Sunday
at 8 p.m.
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Hebrew describing Jewish commu-
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published as a joint venture by Un-
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and the Institute of Contemporary
Jewry at the Hebrew University
The Magnes Press of the He-
brew University will be 'he pub
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the centers are pushing the idea
of family, although it is probably
In self-defense Naive guy that I
am. I was driving my 12 year-old
toward a meeting with his friend
at a nearby shopping center when
it occurred to me to ask. why'.'
The answer wa that everybody
does it. wandering through the
stores and the alleys: the sub-
teen idea ol Fun On A Saturday
Afternoon
In all fairness, it should he said
that shoplifting is not the objec-
tive of most of them (their par-
ents have provided them with
credit cards) but. as I learned
later, stealing by these young-
ster; is not a small problem for
the stores and there are now al-
most as many adult spies as there
are kids. Square that I am, I
have decided that in my family
we'll have to find some other
means of entcrtaning the young-
er ones.
That entertainment. I am quite
certain, won't be participation in
Family Night at the Biscayne
Kennel Club. One of my readers,
detecting a religious bias in some
of these comments, sent a clip-
ping from my favorite Anglo-
Jewish weekly with an indignant
note decrying the fact that this
"Family Night" was scheduled
for a Friday
Well, that only points up the
moralor moralityof our times,
because my correspondent wasn't
at all excited that "The entire
familyfrom nine to ninety(i-)
invited to see the greyhound races
on the first pre-meeting schooling
card.'' However, the story went
on. "There will be no wagering on
the qualifying h- its'' Thank
heavens for little favors, or may-
be it's the law that's going to put
a damper on our little nine year-
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allowing him a small $2 bet.
In my JynaftosMn. oats mo-f *uvssf?i> merchant:? Ji 'oiw
time was the man who closed his
shop with the advent of evening
on Friday and didn'l reopen until
after sundown on Saturdaymost
of his customers wen- ioyim who
reasoned that such an observant
Jew had to be a good one. It was
interesting to read how times
have changed among religionists
with the announcement by Bur-
dine's that it would open its sub-
urban shopping center -tore- mi
Sundays
"Obviously they (the clergy)
were chagrined, but at the same
time most agree that times have
changed, even in their own houses
of worship. There was a certain
inevitability about it." was the
comment from management.
No doubt. In a nation where
the ma.jor holidays are identified
not for their historic significance
but for the super-specials in the
stores, it should be no shock that
the Day of Rest la euphemism de
signed to get Jewish support for
Sunday closing) i one that "great
numbers of people, and especially
family groups, want to shop on."
Get it? The family that shops to-
gether, stays together in the Af-
fluent Society.
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NINE BROTHERS
By ISAAC RABEY
My parents were both born in
...iierica. Their parents were not.
But I was only a year old when
0 le grandfather died and the
i her was gone long before I was
Y >rn. My grandmothers talked
little about the hard times, giv-
i s only pieces of memories car-
i ed over from Poland and Russia
- memories of white snows and
llage frolics, memories of good
t mes.
But I always wondered more
1 ut the saga of Jewish immi-
t:ation Most of the stories I read
and reread left out something
'from the tale of the American
.; -wish pioneer.
What they left out, Isaac Ra-
lly's book entitled Nine Brothers
. Viddisher Kultur Farband. S5.00I
kept in What the others left out
v,as man's internal struggle to
orcept a foreign land.
Isaac Rabey, who lived from
!83-1944. was one of the new lit-
<- ati living in America. He was
i. arful of America, fearful of its
raterialism and individual thirsts
for power.
He never conquered that fear,
but instead channeled it into his
> riting. He wrote of the struggle
the new pioneer had in a new
Jandthe sweat shops, the loss of
dignity, the chasms that opened
Ji'tween classes and the battle
vie had to keep his own idealism
Ive.
Isaac Rabey the author drew
himself in the character of Isaac.
Uie eldest brother in his novel.
bis Isaac was the idealist, the
believer in the working man, the
one who was least listened to and
most ignored.
Everyone but I*aae quickly be-
came Americanized.
Father Chaim opened up a fur
shop in New York, employing
four of his sons. Brother Morris
was the brains behind his father's
business. Heishik worked in an-
other fur shop and two smaller
brothers stayed at home with
Mama.
Isaac, a ladies' hat maker, in-
stigated a strike which failed. He
then moved to New Jersey, where
he attended agricultural school
The soil, the horses became his
friends.
Nine Brothers was translated
from the Yiddish by Max Rosen-
feld. A certain over-simplicity in
style that is more apparent in the
beginning of the book than at the
end. may be blamed on the
process of interpretation.
The original author's own im-
patience with man's inhumanity
to man is revealed constantly in
this book, which is more social
protest than novel.
But it is also easy to read,
readily remembered and offers
an insight into humanity.
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Regional Office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
He comes here from Houston. Tex.,
where he had been serving as as-o-
ciate director of the Southwestern
Region of the Jewish National
Fund.
Prior to his work with JN'F. Mr
Shapiro spent two years in Israel,
where he studied Hebrew, taught
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Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Czech, Polish Refugees Seek Haven In West
Vienna
THE OFFICES of the Joint Dis-
' tribution Committee and of
the United Hias Service in Vienna
are in the same buildingin fact,
they are on the same floor. 1 found
them crowded with Jewish refu-
gees from Czechoslovakia and Po-
land who continue to reach Vienna
in substantial numbers almost every day. seeking
passage to the United States. Canada. Australia and
other countries of the free world.
Hundreds of others wish to go to Israel. These
are handled by the Jewish Agency office, represen-
tatives of which meet all the trains arriving from
Poland, and take care of Jewish refugees carrying
visas to Israel issued in Warsaw by the Dutch Con-
sulate there which has attended to Israeli affairs in
Poland since Warsaw broke off diplomatic relations
with Israel.
The Jewish Agency transfers the refugees by
special bus to shelter in a Vienna suburb in what
was formerly the residence of an Austrian nobleman.
They are provided with room, food and medical care
for about a week before being flown to Israel by-
chartered plane. Most of the refugees from Poland
want to go to Israel, while the majority of those from
Czechoslovakia prefer to emigrate to the United
States or Canada, while some make their way to
Switzerland and some even wish to settle in West
Germany, hoping that as Nazi victims they may suc-
ceed in claiming reparations from the Bonn govern-
European Newsletter:
By EDWIN EYTAN
Human Rights Champion
Paris
THIS YEAR, lor the third time since the Nobel Peace
prize was established, its recipient is a Jew. Prof.
Rene Cas-in. an elderly man with a little pointed white
beard and soft warm eyes, precise pedantic gestures and
a low. practically inaudible voice.
Bo'.h are right, for Rene Cassin is that rare combina-
tion of Jewish wisdom and idealism and French method
and obstinacy. All these qualities have been used through-
out his life for a single purpose: the rights of man. or as
Prof. Cassin himsell has said. "AH the rights and for all
men, Jews and non-Jews alike, for men cannot really be
free as long as anti-Semitism or racism exists anywhere
in the world"
Born Oct. 5. 1887 in the French city of Bayonne. to a
Jewish family who had lived lor centuries in Prance while
; wish traditions. Rene Cassin studied law first
e l Diversity of Aix and then at the Sorbonne in Pai -
before being called to the bar in 1009.
Al the outbreak of World War I. he volunteered for
iront line action in the French Army ami was wounded
several times, requiring a year's stay in hospitals. He was
awarded the two highest French decorations for bravery
the Croix de Guerre and the MedaiUe Militaire. At the
end ul the war. he gave up his short-lived bar career and
joined the [acuity of Aix University. Several years later he
was awarded a full professorship at the University of Lille.
By then it had already become clear that Cassin wa- pre-
pared to sacrifice his own personal careeror at least
neglect itlor what he believed to be a worthwhile hu-
manitarian purpose. The cause which was nearest to his
heart in the immediate post-war years, was that of the
millions of orphans and widows of the fallen soldiers. He
launched a nationwide movement for the full rehabilita-
tion of war invalids and adequate pensions for the families
of dead soldiers.
Cassin'l real interest in Jewish activities started with
Hitler's rise to power. As Nazi Germany conquered coun-
try after country, Cassin warned France's Jews that their
country would soon be at war. After France's fall, Prof.
Cassin was among the first to cross over to London in re-
sponse to Gen. Charles de Gaulle's appeal to all French-
men to join him in the fight for freedom. He joined Gen.
de Gaulle's war cabinet, writing many of his speeches and.
as a constitutional expert, drawing up the De Gaulle-
Churchill agreement which was to serve as the basis for
the war-time relations between the two countries.
In January, 1942. he headed the French committee in-
vestigating Nazi war crimes and later that year was ap-
pointed chairman of the French commission for public
education, visiting the Alliance Israelite Universelle school
network in North Africa and the Middle East in that ca-
pacity. From then on, Cassin devoted his life to the Alli-
ance, beginning another phase of his fight for man's rights.
The first French delegate to UNESCO in 1945, he
headed the French delegation to the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly a year later, and there seemed to forget all
political affairs, concentrating on the subject closest to
his heart: the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man.
With Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's cooperation, he entered the
political fight to bring about United Nations ratification,
after having spent several years working out the legal
basis for its promulgation while at the same time serving
in one of his country's highest postsVice President of the
State Councilthe French equivalent of the American Su-
preme Court with Constitutional jurisdiction. He took
the oath of office as Minister of Justice in 1959 when Gen.
de Gaulle, to whom he had always been close, became
France's president. Cassin reportedly had a stormy, pain-
ful meeting with De Gaulle after his press conference last
autumn, personally expressing his disagreement with the
new French policy towards Israel.
ment as German-speaking .lews who suffered under
the Hitler -regime but were not in a position to re-
quest reparations while living in Communist Czech-
oslovakia.
Those who are being processed for emigration to
the United States, Canada, Australia and West Eu-
ropean countries, many of them professors, physi-
cians, engineers, journalists and scientists who would
be desired in universities over here because oi their
Capital Spotlight
By Milton friodman
Equality Sought In
Rights Enforcement
Washington
RACIST harassment of Jewish
merchant* or school teachers
and other whites by Black Power
extremists "does not appear to vio-
late any laws." according to the
Department of Justice.
There are indications that Con-
gress rejects this interpretation. A
growing number of Congressmen are convinced that
white citizens are entitled to the same Federal civil
rights protection as the black community.
A member of the House Committee on District of
Columbia Affair.-,. Rep. Joel T. Broyhill. (R-Va.i. in-
sisting that "What is sauce for the goose is sauce for
the gander," sought a ruling by the Attorney-General
on whether Jews and other non blacks were entitled
to some of the legal protection provided to Negroes
He cited urban incidents where Jews were in the
minority, along with ether whites subjected to abuses
by a hostile black majority.
Stephen .1 I'ollak. assistant attorney-general in
charge of the civil rights division, who happens to
be Jewish, answered on behali oi Atty.-Gen, Rainsej
Clark He indicated that, in reviewing cases of black
anti-Semitism, including the singling out of Jews .,,
targets for arson, looting, violence, boycotts and
pressures to rid the inner city of .lews, the Justice
Department found "there is no statute administered
by this Department covering the specific activity
described ." The Civil Rights Act of 1968. he
said, 'provides penalties lor intimidation on account
of race or color of individuals in the exercise of
certa n enumerated rights such as attending school,
utilizing public accommodations, and servii
juri Bui this section would provide no penalty for
intimidation of a businessman unless he were i n
gaged in one oi these enumerated activities and in
add:tion il were clear that his participation in thai
particular activity was the reason for the harass
ment, The matter that you have brougnt to out
attention, therefore." he added, "does not appeal to
ws administered bj this Department
"However." Mr, Pollak said, I want to assure
you that our policy with respect to enforcement ol
the civil rights law is to investigate incidents we
hi ve cause to believe may involve violations ol those
laws regardless of whether such incidents involve
harassment ol whites by Negroes or Negroes by
u hites."
Rejecting the Justice Department's conclusions
Rep. Broyhill charged. The pendulum of justice'
unbalanced by distorted interpretations has now-
swung lo a point where the Federal government is
vigorously protecting the civil rights of Negroes but
ignoring infringements of the same rights for per
sons of the the Hebrew faith and other whites Equal
protection under the law means that all persons
are entitled to the same rights and privileges"
Israel Newsletter
international reputationsmust be aided by the ,I
Distributions Committee, which keeps them in
expensive lodgings and gives them a minimum ol
ca>h for food and other necessities until they receive
their visas. Il must be said that the American c
sulate in \ lenna has been most sympathetic and
done everything possible to expedite their visas
the United States. Canada has acted speedily alsi
The JDC s Vienna office has spent over $200.uiM
aiding refugee since Russia invaded Czechoslovakia
There were 2.410 of these high calibre men crowdin.
the corridors of the JDC office last week. The nuni
ber was quickly reduced to about 1.000. but all indi-
cations point to an imminent influx of refugees due
to the Jewish fear that "show" trials like that of
Slansky several years ago wiil soon be staged in
Prague under Moscow pressure, primarily aimed at
Jewish intellectuals who are being held responsible
by many for the stimulation of the liberalization
movement now suppressed by Moscow, and thus tor
all the trouble the country faces now as a result
of the Soviet invasion. The Czech government Is do-
ing its best to check this anti-Jewish mood, but n-j
one knows how long they will succeed.
This means the JDC will be requiring addition
funds for relief work in Vienna, lor in addition to
the intellectuals of Czechoslovakia, a substantial
number of white-collar workers are seeking a better
place in which to live
Our film Folk:
Ly HERBERT G. IUFT
Tony Curtis
Hollywoo
TONY CURTIS, once before on
screen as a convict in the Academy-
nominated role of "The Defiant I
now appears as the self-conic--.
derer ol thirteen women in "The B
Strangle!," which 20th Century 1
adapted from the best-seller b)
Frank, scripted In Oscar-winner Edward
Annait and directed bj Richard Fleischer It was
ly a change of pace and characterization for the
slap happy Tony, who immediately after his portr;
the ob-i ised rapist and alleged stringier Albert Ri Sa
went to Rome and into production of the carefree .
adventure The Monte Carlo Rally." a- if lo wash
all the sweat and blood of the unpleasant interlu
Cur::- tells us that the violence contained in thi -
some story i- not actually depicted--where v
been strangled, only scenes with the police arri
iwn, thus avoiding the highly \
horror-type exploitation. Clinical terms such i
almost ever) case invest gated during the tenun
Strai r arch in Boston are utilized by polic
,m oi fic< -
It I lor Curtis to app< ar i
ttractivi sex deviate. Ton) pi
thai not onl) was he trying lo portray the innei
ality of the unhappy, frustrated Albert DeSalvo. he
an attempt to resemble the mass murderer i
a Iding thirty pounds, readjusting his own lace with
infon top la his nose, plates in his gums to n
his lips appear bigger and his manner of speech
halting, and steel enclosures in his shoes lo make
walk with a slight limp.
A new cinema technique is used, allowing viewer* to
see two, three and as many as seven areas ol action al oi e
time, letting the audience witness at once the police
vestigation, DeSalvo leaving his house in search of a new
victim, a possible victim entering her partment.
lives checking files police arresting suspects, and chief
investigator Bottomry (Henry Fonda) appealing to the
public. Once again. Fleischer, who directed "Compuls
ten year- ago, has attempted lo show that no religl
ethnic group Is responsible for one person's mental illness.
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^HE ARABS are now making a
major effort to turn the ques-
tion of Jerusalem into the crucial
iMUe of the Israel Arab dispute
and build this issue into the
stumbling block which would pre-
vent any peaceful settlement of
the dispute.
There are several reasons for
this. The question of Jerusalem is indeed more
emotion-packed than the "Palestine question" in
general. Jerusalem with its Moslem Holv Places can
excite and incite Moslems in non Arab" countries of
A-ia and Africa. Arab rulers who do not want a
peace settlement know that there is one concession
no Israel government would contcmplatc-handiii"
back part of Jerusalem lo the Arabs. By turning
Jerusalem into the central emotional issue between
Israel and the Arabs, it can be made practically im-
possible for King Hussein of Jordan to make a peace
settlement with Israel. i-H.e
Ihus |srae| should not underestimate the -
,: ''" call issued early In October b) a
iloslem religious leaders meeting in Can
''"> appealed to Modems all over the world I
unite in financial, political and military support
""-'' fighting for the liberation of Palestine I.'
also urged Moslem countries to break off any n
UOns With Israel. This call will not raise huge arm: -
10 march against Israel; indeed, the Moslem leader-
"Stained from actually declaring a "Jihad" (hoi)
war) lor the liberation of Jerusalem. But such a call
will make it easier for Arab terrorist organizations
io collect funds from individuals and Moslem goveri
mems- and more difficult for any Arab ruler to div
social! himself from Arab terrorist activities It ma)
even make it more unlikely that Arab governments
?JouW agree to a compromise settlement of the
ih m' llsP"te. It is probably no coincidence that
ine call of the religious leaders came from Cairo -
" l-s not the first time an Arab ruler used reUglOUS
organizations and issues for political aims.
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innonnres
\r*Year Plan
fouls* $Tf$4bewish !K
|Funri world chairman Jacob
las announced a four-year
reclaim nearly 30.000 acres
in northern Israel, plant 25
trees in new forests and
miles of roads.
president Herman L. Weis-
taid that the American .lew
immunity will be asked to
Ibute $54 million eneeded to
pete the project. He told the
elegates attending the plcn-
icv-ion of the JNF National
inly here that the region ear
pd for development extends
the northern tip of Israel
the sources of the Jordan
to the eastern shores of the
Galilee, a distance of 100
and called the project "im-
kive for Israel's economic and
ical future."
liami area delegates to the As-
nbly included Dr. Irving I.ehr-
|n. who was one of the speakers;
jbi Mayer Abramowitz, a past
ent; Abraham Grunhut, vice
ksident: Judge Harold B. Spaet.
pepM'oh-'. Bernard Silver. Mrs.
fiam Press :Ierman Medow and
jnd Mrs ,'ohan Berman.
Temple Beth Raphael Schedules
Annual Dinner-Banquet For Dec. 15
DR. ADOLPH riNKUK
Islander Chapter, ORT
The regular luncheon meeting of
the Islander Chapter of Women's
American ORT will be held at
11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Twelve
Caesars Hotel. 95th St. and Collins
Ave.
Mrs. Louis Herzog and Mrs. Les-
lie Perlman are in charge of res-
ervations.
The annual Dinner -Banquet of
Temple Beth Raphael, Miami
Beach, will be held at 6 p.m. Sun-
day. Dec. 15. at the Deauville
Hotel, according to an announce-
ment by Dr. Adolph Finkler. chair-
man.
Guest of honor at the dinner will
be Mrs. Bertha Davidson, who has
been named "Woman of the Year."
Mrs. Davidson is a life member
of the Temple, a life member of
he Sisterhood, and a member of
the Temple's board of trustees.
"Mrs. Davidson is a staunch sup-
porter of the Temple and of the
State of Israel." declared Dr.
Finkler. "She is truly deserving
of this great honor."
Serving with Dr. Finkler as co-
chairmen are Mrs Hyman J.
Berger. Mrs. Bea Goldworn and
Louis Drucker.
Cassin Is Honored
PARIS i.ITA) Rene Cassin.
winner of this year's Nobel peace
prize, was honored here at the an-
nual meeting of the Alliance Israel-
ite Universelle of which he is pres-
ident.
Mitchell Wolfeon, left, chairmen ot vvometco Enterprises,
Inc. of Miami, accepts the silver Oscar of Industry awarded
his company from Joseph H. Taaaart, dean of the Graduate
School ol Business of New York University and chairman
of the independent board of judqes of Financial World
magazine. The presentation was made at the magazine's
annual awards banquet for winners in Financial World's
survey of annual reports.
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MRS. WIILIAM WYNN
Teacher, Housewife, Mother
MR. JOHN S. KNIGHT
Publisher, Miami Herald
GENE BRAMBIETT IV
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MR. LOMBARD GIVES THE LUSTRE OF BRILLIANCE,
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WONT YOU JOIN THESE FOUR,
AND HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE?
i=r?
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JvLAMi, FLORIDA
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tJewish Floridian
Friday. November 8, 1968
Section B
Voters Back Nixon And Gurney;
Fascell And Pepper Are Reelected
pite widespread preelection
lictions of a neck-and-neck race
this state between Richard
:i and George Wallace. Flor-
voters helped Nixon to victory
by placing the state's 14 electoral
\otes squarely in the Republican
column by a comfortable margin
and leaving Wallace a poor third
In I Democratic nominee Hu-
birt Humphrey.
Florida voters also elected Ed-
ward .1. Gurney as the first Re-
publican in nearly a century to
resent the state in the I'nited
States Senate.
Locally, however, it was a dif-
' i> with South Florida
:- returning Democrats Dante
and Claude I'epper and
Republican Herbert Burke to the
U.S. House of Representatives.
Dade County Democrats won all
eight races for State Senate seats,
including one newcomer. Kenneth
M. Myers, who Is currently a
member of the House of Repre
sentatives.
The seven incumbents reelected
to the Dade Senate delegation are
Edmond .1 (Jong. Robert M Hav-
erfield, Lee Weissenborn, Robert
I.. Shevin. George L. Hollahan.
Ralph 1'oston and Dick Fincher.
Democrats ako swept all seven
contests for the Dade County dele-
gation in the House with the elec-
tion of Dick Renick. LewisB. Whit-
worth, Gerald Lewis. Joe Kershaw.
Bernard Mandelbaum Is
Temple Emanu-El Guest
Dr, Bernard Mandelbaum. pres
int of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will be a
special guest at the Silver Anni-
ersary Tribute Ball of Temple
nanu-El at the Diplomat Hotel
t. Hollywood Nov. 24.
The black-tie dinner-dance will
honor Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi
i'f the Miami Beach congregation,
for 25 years of distinguished and
Dedicated service to the synagogue,
his community and his people.''
bccording to Joseph Cohen, presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Mandelbaum, one of the
nost noted authors on Jewish and
raeli topics in the United States.
lias worked closely with Dr. I.ehr-
Iian on numerous educational and
i-adership projects of the Conscrv
Itive Movement, He is considered
in authority on the Midrash and
Mher curly Jewish theological
Kirks, and his books include "The
[terna! Alibi." "Assignment in Is-
." and "The 1'esikta of Rab
Lahana He served as professor
homiletics and as provost before
| amed president of the Jew-
sh Theological Seminary of Amer-
1 rincipal educational institu-
: Conservative Judaism.
uel N. Friedland, chairman
Off. BIKNARD MANDUBAUM
of the Silver Anniversary Tribute
. Ball, stressed that "the emphasis
will be on celebration on Nov. 24.
and dancing and entertainment
the order of the day. Dr. Lehr-
man's anniversary of a quarter of
a century as our spiritual leader
i- one of the most significant dates
in Temple Emaiui-El's history, a
time for genuine rejoicing."
JNF President To
Address Council Fete3
Herman Weisman, national pres
lent o! the Jewish National Fund.
be the guest speaker at the
mnual dinner of the Jewish N'a-

. jir
h:*man yiusman
tional Fund Council of Greater
Miami slated for 7 p.m. Sunday.
Dec. 8. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Miami Beach philanthropist Na-
than Darsky will be guest of honor
at the affair. Joseph Cohen, out
going president of the JNF of
Greater Miami, will receive the
John F. Kennedy Peace Award
from his successor. Judge Harold
B. Spaet. JNF's new president
Gen. S L. A. Marshall of Detroit,
nationally known expert on mili-
tary altairs. will give his eye
witness account of the Israeli-Arab
S.x Day War A program of He-
brew, Yntdih and English songs
Will bj presented by Tova Renni.
I i.i is popular folk singer.
Rhode Island Club Meets
The Rhode Idand Club o.c Great-
er Miami will hold the first month-
ly meeting of the new season at
7:30 p.m. Sunday, in the Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Asm auditorium. 1234 Wa-hington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Harold Featherstone, Robert ('
Hector and George Baumgartner.
Joe Boyd won election to the
Florida Supreme Court, along with
Adkins and Carlton.
Charles A. Carroll was returned
to the Appeals Court bench for an-
other six-year term.
Former Miami Municipal Judge
Milton A. Friedman was elected to
the Dade County Circuit Court and
John V. Ferguson wa> name;! to
the Juvenile and Dome-tic Rela-
tions Court.
Mr-. Ruth Sntton was elected
Justice of the Peace and winners
in the constable races included
Ray Bradley. John Gilbert. Mur-
ray Meyerson and Jay Kendnck.
Democrats also swept the School
Board races, reelecting Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers and electing Mrs.
Ethel Beckham, Mrs. Crutcher
Harrison and Dr. Ben Sheppard.
Mrs Jennie Grossinger c! Miami Beach was presented at
the recent Jewish National Fund Assembly in New York
with the Jewish National Fund Foundation Award. Shown
with Mrs. Grossinger are Rabbi Irving Lehrman 'seate: .
chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund
Foundation, and Meyer Pessin, a national chairman.
Florida Municipal Judges Plan Convention at Beach
Judge Murray Goodman of Mi- Nov. 13 15. .indue Walter B Leibo
ami Beach has been named con ,v ;/ Miami Beach, was named
vention chairman for the annual ,, ,,
, ,. ... ,, lublicilv chairman and Judge Al-
convention of the Honda Munici-
pal Judges Association, which will -rt-d Nesbitl and Judge Eugene
meet at the Fontainebleau Hotel Weiss will serve as host judges.
Vanity Fair
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Feature Top Sociologists
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Temple Isruci of Greater Miami
^ ,'! be host to a one-clay sym-
osiuin Sunday which will brin^
itfethei three of the nation's lead-
In| -i". iologists and nme 350 Jew
>h lea lers ol the community.
Iro.r. Marshall Sklare of Yeshiva
Diversity, Pft>f. Nathan Glazcr of
erkelej and Harvard, and Prof
Orris .lanowitz ol Chicago will
lelivcr major papers on the day's
Vmc: Judaism in the United
kites: Beyond Assimilation" at
M morning session. Following the
lornirif' session. Stanley Mjrers,
arton I dell and Prof. Sidney Bes-
Inick .'{ the I'niversity of Miami
till jive their reaction as com-
Unit) leaders, at a luncheon.
I The three guest lecturers will
'ost Mortem Of
ileetion Planned
y AJCongress
K'YVh..-h Way America?" a post-
^fct-tii'-. symposium sponsored by
B Metropolitan Chapter, Ameri-
B*r> Jewish Congress, is scheduled
8:15- p.m. Saturday in the Roof
>m of the Everglades Hotel.
'arti.ipating in the panel dis-
ior, will be Father Theodore
ksnn. Christ Episcopal Church.
pan rights leader whose topic
be "Cities in Turmoil"; Kabbi
ll>h P. Kingsley. Temple Sinai of
fih V'.ide. a member of South
d* Council. AJCongress, who
discuss "U S. Foreign Policy
!eace and War" and attorney
In Milledge. chairman of Flor-
Concerned Democrats, speak-
on "Democracv at the Cross-
Ids."
question and answer period
follow the panelists' presenta-
Chairman for the evening will
loseph Nevel. president of Met-
jiitan Chapter and program
\\ man Bernard B Segal will be
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MMTCMMMOONI
then provide summaries, conclud-
ing what is expected to be one of
the most significant gatherings of
Jewish minds in many years, for
hey bring to the seminar not only
outstanding reputations as sociolo-
gists but in Jewish studies as well.
Dr. Janowitz. chairman of the
Department o| Sociology at the
University of Chicago, is co-author
nth Bruno Bettelheim of "Social
Change and Prejudice" and "The
Dynamics ol Prejudice," in addi-
tion to his well-known works. -The
Professional Soldier" and "The
Military in the Political Develop-
ment of New Nations."
Dr. Sklare. who has served with
the American Jewish Committee,
is the senior author of the recently-
published "Jewish Identity on the
Suburban Frontier" as well as the
earlier study of "Conservative Ju-
daism" and several other defini-
tive studies of Jews in America.
Prof Glazer. who is the Visiting
Professor of Sociology at Harvard
Off. MARSH ail SKI ARC
this year wrote 'American Juda-
ism" and "Characteristics of the
American Jew." and co-authored
such outstanding books as "The
Lonely Crowd" and "Beyond the
Melting Pot." All three scholars
contribute to leading magazines.
Sponsored by William and Irene
Siegel as a contribution to the de-
velopment of Jewish thought, the
Sunday symposium was necessar-
ily limited in size because of their
desire to get a wide exchange of
views on the vital question to be
H Harry Kimball To
Head Federation's
Speakers Bureau
Harry Kimball. retired Massa-
chusetts businessman, has been ap-
pointed for the second consecutive
year a< chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Speak-
ers Bureau for the I960 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
The purpose of the bureau is to
provide speakers who will address
various organizational functions in
the Greater Miami area and to pro-
vide information on the constituent
agencies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and of the
1 needs of Israel
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Mr. Kimball has been active in
Jewish affairs for many years and
has served as membership chair-
man for the New England Zionist
Region, was a member of the
Combined Jewish Appeal speakers
bureau in Boston and served as
president of the Temple Emanu-EI
: Brotherhood and the Hebrew
I School in Haverhill. Mass.
HAKKY KIMBAU
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older) has been organized at Tern
pie Adath Yeshurun. Cantor Tibor
Moses will be serving as director
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Tempi* B SI ms A I Studio
is p m
Wednesday in SilvermM Assembly
4144 Chas Vve
I k. n sh, the Tem-
ple jpiril al leader will teach a
. ..,. j, i h \.i es and Social
(-,:-.-. beginir il '' '"
everj
evening for 20 weeks
k nb< i as
.. 5 of the Temple,
ement
nade b> i king B .-n u "
: the \ I ition < onv
me resi-
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He :- an exi :: 0
American Jewry I '^ author
Making it official. Coral Gables Mayor Jerry
Dressel pens a proclamation calling for a
:ig Veterans Day parade starting at 2 p.m.
Sunday, from Ponce de Leon Boulevard
^nd Alhambra Circle to the Coral Gables
Youth Center. Looking on are officials of the
sponsoring Jewish War Veterans. Standing
irom left) are: Michael Schechter. Florida
Total resources of the Peoples
' lup of national banks rose more
:."tn S4 million in the last three
; nths. board chairman Leonard
". na has announced.
Two Executives
Added To Staff Of
Four Ambassadors
Two women executives have
been added to the Staff of The
Sheraton Four Ambassadors, ac
cording to Larry Shupnuk. vice
president and general manager
Mary T. Schroil ha- been named
, Bank of Commerce. S10.923.000 to purchasing a^ent ar.d Sylvia An
S91.725.992 at the Sept 30 close of i SI 1.076.000: the Peoples Liberty "-a. a native M:ami:in and a grad-
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Department Commander for the JWV: Mrs.
Meyer Cohen, president of the JWV's Flo-
rida Auxiliary; Mrs. Evelyn Ferdie, president
of the auxiliary of Murray Solomon Post
243: end Ainslee Ferdie, natcnal executive
committeeman. Murray Solomon Pc~t Com-
mander Leo Plotkin is seated at tight, wit'.i
Mayor Dressel.
Peoples Banks' Resources Show Rapid Increase
for HOLIDAY
^and Everyday
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ll your meat and foal
.he five banks serving North
Opportunities In
Hospital Careers
A pamphlet, "Accent on Youth
.r Health Careers" has been dis-
business for the third quarter of
1968. Mr Usina said. The total rep-
resented an increase of S4.087.243
over the combined assets of
S87.638.749 posted three months
earlier on June 30.
All of the banks participated in
the growth figures, the board
chairman pointed out. Their bal- i
: -juted by the Health Careers | ance sheet scores included:
C mmittee. Sustaining Board of 1
Fellows at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The Peoples First National Bank
- nting out the opportunities, the of Miami Shores, from S31.013.OO0
challenges and the rewards to be j to S32.066.000; the Peoples Ameri-
found in paramedical jobs ayait- can Nalional Bank of North Miami,
' 'tobKXS?SS \>" < mtrnm, *.
0: The Health Careers Project re- Peoples First National Bank of
cently launched by the committee Be 5,4036.000 to
o: which Marshall Rosenberg is 1
c -airman. $18,300.000: the Peoples National
National Bank of North
S4.541.000 to S4.927.000
Miami.
Using another set of tabula* ons.
Usina reported the five banks had
increased their deposit: from
S61.679.000 on Sept. 30. 1966. to
$83,213,000 two years later on
Sept. 30. 1968. Cash and bonds
were up during the same period
from $32,959,000 to S50.023.000
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Mrs. Schroil. a native of Hun
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Scbine Hotels.
Miss Antiga was formerly em-
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Friday. November 8, j 968
Mrs. Jacob D. Katz Is Named New
President Of Hebrew Academy Women
Mrs Jacob D. Katz has been
inanimously elected president of
The Hebrew Academy Women.
Mr;. Ka'z, no stranger to the
.Academy, has served as an active
rcember of its I'TA. as a director
'n the Biiard of the Hebrew Acad-
< my Women, as its recording sec-
retary for eight years and as a
.ice president.
She is affiliated with Mizrachi
Women, Knesseth I-rael Congrega-
'jon. Beth Tfilah Congregation and
was a founding member of the
(riginal Monticello Park Jewish
Center, now known as Beth Torah
Congregation.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, re-
called how Mrs. Katz and her hus-
band. Rev. Jacob D. Katz, enrolled
their children, Phyllis and Martin,
MK5.tACOBp.KATZ
Grand
Opening
n ihe school "hen the Hebrew
Acarlemy was still in it- infancy.
After graduating from the He-
brew Academy and high school.
Phyllis wen on to graduate from
Stern College for Women, while
Martin continued hi- education at
Yeihiva University.
Mrs. Leorard Rosen, who has
served the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en as president, as chairman of
the building campaign, and chair-
man of the Hbrew Academy's
"Imma" Project, is to serve as
chairman of the Board for the
fourth consecutive year.
Also elected were Mrs. Samuel
Rosner. honorary president, and
vice presidents Mrs. Leonard Ad-
, ler. Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. Mr*. S.
Louis Schwartz and Mrs. Isadore
Spolter; Mrs. Fred Zisquit, treas-
urer; Miss Rose Rosenhouse. finan
cial secretary; Mrs. Harold To-
kayer. recording secretary, and
Mrs. Carl Brandes, social secre-
tary.
Corresponding secretaries will
Mrs. Jack Berger. Mrs. Carl Bran-
des, and Mrs. Jacob Rosner. with
Mrs. Sue Hermon their charman
Mrs. Louis Ciment and Mrs. Morris
Dubler wire selected as telephone
secretaries Mrs S. Stausholm as
registrar and Mrs. Joseph Halfon
and Mrs. Al Osheroff as cochair-
men of the cheer committee.
Nam"d honorary life presidents
were Mrs. David S. Andron, Mrs.
Sidney Rubinowitl and Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro. 0;h;'r past presidents in-
clude Mrs Samuel Cohen. Mrs. Irv
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Thau, henorcry p/es dent; Mrs. Doro'.hy
Krieoer Fink, installing officer; Mrs. Jack L.
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Stcndirg (hem left* Mrs Norman C. Hill,
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nig Firtel. Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky,
.viis. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Leon-
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iruMn-.- ar.-. Mrs. Joseph Adelaberg,
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auuei b , ...r> George Klmniel,
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Latter, Airn Uote uobel. .vlrs. ,\1 .\lil-
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A.i-t-i. i*'uj.-.. f.,.ny w.-wltz, ,.iurra>
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Hyman Kollco, Isidore Kramer, Bug*ene
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Wednesday a: tne Washington Fed-
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named to the Hostess Committee
tor the Seventh Anniversary Ball
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Rabbi Reviews Book At
Sisterhood Luncheon
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Temple Menorah will review the
book. "Heaven Help Us!" by Her
bert Tarr. at a luncheon to be held
by the Sisterhood of the Temple at
noon Wednesday in the Social Hall.
75th St. and Carlyle Ave.
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Friday. November S. 1950
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood has schedul-
ed a Library Luncheon in honor of Jewish
Bock Month to be held at noon, Wednes-
day. Nov. 20 at the Temple Library. Featur-
ed speaker at the event will be W. F. Shaw,
dean of Academic Affairs at Miami-Dade
Junior College. Meeting to plan the event
are (seated from left) Mrs. Leon Unger. ticket
chairman; Mrs. Joseph Nevel, library chair-
man and chairman of the luncheon, Mrs.
Samuel Leiner. Mrs. Jonas Brotman and
(standing, from left) Mrs. Jack Shapiro and
Mrs. Meyer Kotler, committee members.
Miami Beach Chapt
Announce Plans For
Hadassah Groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter have scheduled
their meetings for November.
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
regular meeting Monday at the
Balmoral Hotel. 9801 Collins Ave.,
w:!h luncheon at noon. Leonard
K:mball will show slides of "The
Cbagal Windows Mrs. Benjamin
Si inmueller is president.
Morton Towers Group meets at
12 30 p.m. Tuesday at the 1000
Forte Towers Mrs Arthur A. Pe-
kelner, of national Hadassah. will
er Hadassah Groups
November Meetings
-peak President is
Hrody.
Mrs, Hachel
The Lincoln Group meets at the
Social Hall. Lincoln 1000. at noon
Monday. Mrs. Barnett Beckerman
will show a movie. 'The Simple
Case." Mrs. Eva Blum is Croup
president.
Hannah Scnesch Group held its
meeting at the Algiers Hotel Mon-
day. Mrs. Elsie Click is president.
it
Eddie Cantor Group meet- at the
Program Of Mizrachi Women Groups
The:r annuai Membership T scheduled for Thursday. Nov. 21.
30 p.m. in the Eden Roc Hotel.
t -.- ights the program of Novem-
K r of the Chapters of
Mizrachi Women > Organizations

Aviva Chapter will hold its -en-
i at 1:30 p.m. Monday,
No 19 at the Beth David Con-
sation The film. "The Western
W.-. I" will tx lien and
- are invited to attend.
' ;s president.
Dov Chapter :las -eheduled a
ng Wednesday at the
: Mrs In --er. 1643
SW Seventh St Mrs Louis Tok
ent
Hadar Chapter will hold its in-
Mi luncheon at noon Tues
i ; the r. me Of Mayor Jay
r 2525 Fla PI.. Miami
Rabbi Eugent Laboviti will
''. Herman Shaw a- pres-
ident as well as the other newly-
elected officers.
Hatikvah Chapter was to hold its
meeting and card party at noon
Thursday at the Kneseth 1-rael
Congregation Mrs. Pearl Kolko is
president of the group.
Mr?. Morris Sokol. president, will
conduct the meeting of Kenneret
Chapter at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Temple Zamora Jewish Center.
The Miami Beach Chapter will
meet at 1 p m. Tuesday in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash
ington Ave. On Sunday, Nov 17.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will install
h< newly-elected officers at l p.m.
in the Washington Federal Mrs,
Rachel Laufer Katz is president.
Mr-. Rea Reunan. president of
the Sha'om Chapter, was to Con-
duct the Thursday luncheon meet-
ing of the group at noon in the
Ri!z Plaza Hotel. 1701 Collins Ave
Lodge Luncheon
Bernard Shapiro, who was re
cently appointed Community Con-
sultant in the Miami office of the
Anti-Defamation League, will he
the speaker at a luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the I)i
Lido Hotel, according to an an-
nouncement made by Malcolm H.
Fromberg, Lodge president.
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Beth Mo-he Sisterhood al 8 p.m.
Monday in Poplel Social Hall His
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Hostesses for the meeting will be
the November and April Circles,
Mrs. Saul Reiter, chairman Mrs
Arthur Letts Is Sisterhood ores
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at 1130 am Thursday. Mrs Fred
Jonas is Croup president.
Shaloma Group meet- at the Al-
giers Hotel Tuesday, for luncheon
at noon. The program theme is
'The Goal i-> Peace." President i*
Mr- Irwin Shapiro.
Israeli Group meets for brunch
at noon Monday in the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. I.eon Kronish and a
student from Beth Sholem Temple
will be featured on the program
Mrs. Elizabeth Krivitzin is chair-
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Emma Lazarus Group will meet
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a m. for luncheon The movie.
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President of the Group is Mrs.
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Forte Towers Group meet- at
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Friday, November 8, 1968
* vm# IferftfeM
Paae 7-B
. Late Services Resumed
Temple Beth Raphael will re-
sume its late Friday night services
Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi David
Raab. spiritual leader, will con-
1 duct the service. The title of his
sermon will be The Rabbi Did
Not Sleep Last Nlghf."
SATURDAY NIGHT AT
WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
The decorations were countrvishstraw hats,
pumpkins, harvesty tilinghut not for Hallow-
een. It was an informal evening, the males of
the specie! in bright shirts, and a lot of the
lep-ales in slacks. At the Westview dinner dance
wore Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehlin. Mr. and Mrs
Alex Manion. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mr
c.,,,.,,.. -r_, ,,,. a|)d Mrg R|chard
Wolf>on. Mr and Mrs Richard Haft. Mr. and
Mrs. SidMJ Rudolph and Mr and Mrs Myron
i > a%.->.
THE TWO OF US
That was '.he name of the movie presented
for a first night benefit at the Carib Theatre bj
American Jewish Congress Bui it should have
been "The Hundreds of Us," because it was a
peeked theater Mrs. Irving Kaplan, president, in
a vivid Kelly ^reen dress, greeted the crowd
warmly both in the lobby and from the stage
Rabbi Leon Kronish, a National vice president
of American Jewish Congress, eyeing the ascend-
ing mike cm the stage in front ol him. wise
cracked that if he were in Temple, the mike
Quid no doubl go down instead of up.
Among resent were Mr, and Mrs
Harold Drucker. Mr. and Mrs David Mu-kat.
Mr and Mrs Jerrj Zeltzer, Mr and Mrs. Harry
B. Smith, Mr and Mrs, Bert Slier. Mr and Mrs
Al Lcvenson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silvers. Mrs.
Harry Kopel, Mr and Mrs Joseph White, Mr and
M.v Benjamin Kamen. Mr and Mrs. Larry Fried-
land. Mr- Sam Drecksler. Mr. and Mrs Maurice
Cahn, Mr and Mrs Joe Yauich, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Herder. Mr and Mrs Samuel Rosenstein.
Mi and Mrs. Jonas Brotman, Mr. ami Mrs
Miiton Smith. Mr. and Mrs S Baiter. Mr and
Mrs, Jack Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs Donald Ruben,
and Dr. and Mrs Solomon Lechter I think 1 was
the only one in the whole audience who didn't
ike the movie
GREETINGS FROM HONG KONG
Jerry and Birdie Rosenthal are having a mar
velous time. Israel was a joy to see againits
growth is unbelievable Tehran, Iran and Bang-
kok are great lor sightseeing But they felt Hong'
Kong was the most fascinating with its ancient a>
well as modern buildings and a colony of sophis-
ticates. The high rise buildings, skyscrapers and
. what miniskirts. Next on their itinerary is
Japan.
NOSTALGIA NOSTALGIA NOSTALGIA
Alpha F.psilon I'hi Alumnae Association had
their Founders Day Luncheon in the Emissary
Room of the Four Ambassadors Motel that room
was used because it is decorated in the sorority's
colors, green and white. The actives and pledges
from the University of Miami- adorable, all-
were there, too. and there was a prize for the
one with the shortest skirt as well as for the one
with the longest hair. The attention of everyone
was held bv Dr. Lvnn R Ballet! of the L'niver
siv o< Miami as she discussed the challenge of
the educated woman
Alumnae president Doro'hv Spector. who had
gone wi'h her husband Martin to Lexington. Ya .
to attend the inauguration of Washington and
Lee's new coileffe president, was delayed by a
stuck cockpit window just long enough to miss
her connections in Atlanta and therefore missed
the luncheon Mis Sidne\ Lewis and Mrs Ber
nard Abel wen- uist a little lafe they gol to
talking anil took a wrong turn that put them on
the turnpike, where they had to go into town and
then come back. Gloria (Mrs. Howard) Seharlin
had broken a foot, and Ind put a little yellow
pom pom al the back of her cast to match her
yellow and white dress. Candy (Mrs. Samuel I
Brown, who looks good enough to eat. as her
name implies, was there even before the waiters.
getting the tables arranged, other AEI'his at
the luncheon were Mrs. Norman Brown, national
vice president: Mrs. Jeffrey Lefcourt, Mrs. Sol
Leslie, Mrs Charles Fin'"MstPin. Mrs, Button
Ixney Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mrs. Fred Ober,
Mrs. Stanley Roth and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan.
OUT AT POINT EAST
When Jess Wollen had a birthday die's now
three-score-and ten), hi- and his wife. Fdith. went
right next door for the birthday party in his
honor given by newcomer Svlvia K. Weinberger.
who is staying at Point Fist until the apartment
she has taken is ready She thinks that it will he
ready by the first of the year, but she may be
in for a surprise.
Sylvia made the delicious cocktail buffet food
herself, and the table was festive with turquoise
candles and white carnations. There were three
candles representing past, present and future
on the huge cheesecake, specialty of the house.
Jess blew out the candles as the gang, neighbors
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Raffman. Mr. and Mrs.
William l.angmeyer. Mrs. Al Aaronson and Albert
Aster, sang "Happy Birthday."
Froncet Lehman
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
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MIAMI BEACH TEL. 538-4112
YOU ARK INVITED
TO ATI END
OPENING LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES
FRIDAY, NOV. 8th, at 8:15 P.M.
RABBI DAVID RAAB WILL PREACH
SERMON: "THE RABBI DID NOT SLEEP LAST NIGHT"
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH will Chant the Liturgy,
accompanied by the
Temple's Symphonic Choir under
MR. ABRAM KRASHINSKY.
The YM-YWHA of Greater Miami Presents
The Showcase of Young Israeli Artists'
-A SERIES Of 5 UN/OWE CONCERTS -
Joseph Kalichstein, Pianist Sat. Nov. 16, 8:30 p.m.
Matitiahu Brnun, Violinist Sot. Dec. 21, 8:30 p.m.
Jewish Music Festival Sat. Mar. 15, 8:30 p.m.
Dan Wolman, Folk Singer Sat. Apr. 19, 8:30 p.m.
Yoav & Er'Ella Talmi (Flute-Piano) Sat. May 10, 8:30 p.m.
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JVVV's t. Observe Vets
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Iho Hialeah-.Vtiami Springs Jew-
ish War Veterans Post 8i will
participate in services at Temple
Ttferetji Jaeon at 8:15 p.m. Friday
in nhservance ol Veterans Day.
icon Silverman, guest speaker,
v ill discuss tin' topic: "Veterans
and world Conditions "
The Oneu Shabbat following the
services will In- hosted by Posl H81
and Auxiliary
Jerome Nieman To Head Men's Club
Jerome Neiman has been elected
president of the Men's Club of
Temple Adath Ycshurun.
Other new officers are Herb
Chernov, vice president; Stanley
Abrahams, secretary: Sam Bren-
ner, corresponding secretary: and
Irving Tobias, treasurer.
Named to the board of directors
were Sydnej Weingart. Dave Ad
ler. David l.evine. Martin I'ollak.
Herb Schwartz. Benjamin Tew.
David Alder. Bill Alter and Morty
Kosov.
The Men's Club meets the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
3 p.m.. with a monthly breakfast
meeting planned (or HI a m. on
each first Sunday
Rummage Sale Scheduled
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
ol North Dade will hold a Rum-
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Friday at the Washington Federal
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Friday. November 8. 1963
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We
the
Women
HOPi
WOMAN CF THE WEEK
Hope Mrs Leonard' Rivkind is a true Miamianshe
u.<- born here, went to Shenandoah Elementary and Junior
I graduated from Miami Senior Hkh and the
University >: Miami.
This little girl with lon^; blonde
curls, (she's still a blonde. :'h
only a little helpi. took dancing
lessons and always in one show or another. She re-
member> playing the part of Cin-
derella, and at age 13 was a YW11A
counselor, putting on her own
stage shows. At the University of
Miami she was in just about every-
thingfor four years she flounced
the orange, green and white skirts
of a Hurricane cheerleader, and she served as president of
her sorority. Alpha Kpsilon I'hi and of Panhellenic as well.
She didn't have to study too hardher subjects came easy,
for she has a photographic rnind. She even worked after
school an,! during the summers as a social worker wtth
the Children's Service Bureau. Listed in "Who's Who
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities."
she was a member of Nu Kappa Tau mow Phi Beta Kappa)
and graduated magna cum laude.
She was a freshman in college when she met Leonard.
And she was a senior when he returned from the service.
They married during the summer of 1948. and Leonard
went back to school. The year Teri was born he got his
undergraduate degree, and Teri is now attending the
University of Tennessee, along with the daughters of two
of their best friends. The year Leonard received his law
degree. Mark was born, and later came Brett, who is now
10. Leonard is now writing his thesis for his Master's de-
gree in law. but in addition to attending school, he is a
tine practicing attorney.
Although Hope has joined several organizations, she is
really active only in PTA. where she is president of North
Beach Elementary School. She has become so adept at
making speeches that the minute the question of the Educa-
tional Complex came up she jumped up and began making
speeches, getting involved completely in what she thought
at first was an educational issue, but which now appears
to be a political football. No matter how the question is
settled, which it will be by the time this is in print, (she
was "agin' it" and says this is the first time people have
really come out of their shells and taken up positions for or
against a question affecting the schools), she hopes that she
can help keep them organized for the betterment of schools.
Hope's hobby is writing skits for organizations. She has
taken several creative writing courses and is excellent at
comedy With a cochairman she is presently writing one
for Ml Sinai, But even though she has been told they are
enough to have published, her "mental block'' pre-
nts her from submitting them
She took a sewing course and made herself a dress,
but says now she needs another course, in order to be able
to alter itshe has lost ton pounds, and it no longer fits,
and Leonard io a number of things, but
; i Phey don'l .v.::
trop! wling, but the. t; Hope limits her _
_ or. the cart and being a critic When thej
- new home ; they went in the
1 elty soon i in r they
mmer Leonard, himself a pas
mi Beach Bar As-ociation. realizes that
lent of any organization is erj lemanding
upon u person, and so he finds many ways to be hel]
As for the children. Hope says they are all wonderful
- They both believe in using a firm "no" when
ssary and the whole family studies. A question from
the c likely to bring the reply. I'm doing my own
nework Dent bother me right this minute"
How time flies' It is hard to think of .Hope as a devoted
wife and conscientious mother of threeI can only think of
her in twirling skirts as cheerleader of the Hurricanes and
as a lovely blonde Homecoming Queen, waving to the
throng in the Orange Bowl To me she still looks just the
same
MRS. KROMl BERNSTtIN
Arlyn Samuels
Becomes Bride
Of Texas Man
Arlyn Merit Samuels became the
bride of Jerome Bernstein of
Houston. Tex., Sunday. Nov. 3. in
the Gigi Room of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. The 12:30 p.m. cere
mony. performed by Rabbi Joseph
N'arot. was followed by a recep-
tion.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Samuels. 4634 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach, wore a gown of ivory
satin fashioned with a jewel neck-
line and a high camelot yoke of
Venice lace. The long tapered
sleeves and full chapel train were
edged with matching Venice lace.
Her bonnet-style ivory headpiece
was crowned with a triple tier of
French illusion.
Mrs. Gerald Hart and Debra
Minkoff were the bride's attend-
ants. Larry Bernstein served as
best man.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach High School an. attended
the University of Miami
The groom, the son of Mrs. Ar-
thur Ziesman of Houston and the
late Samuel Bernstein, is a gradu-
ate of Robert E. Lee High School.
Baytown. Tex and the University
of Texas.
After a honeymoon in New Or-
leans, the couple will make their
home in Houston, where Mr. Bern-
stein is associated with Gilbert
Gertner Enterprises.
The bride's great-grandmother,
Mrs Anna Minkoff. and her grand-
parents. Mr and Mrs. Max Brodie.
were among the special guests ai
the ceremony. Out of town guests
included Dr. and Mrs Donald
Aronson and daughters. Shan. Jan
and Debbie: Mr. and Mrs Howard
Rosenhaus and son, Brett: Robert
Samuels and Mr ami Mrs Gilbert
i tner.
Luisa Kopel Is
Married To
Martin Rubine
Luisa Kopel and Martin Rubine I
were united in marriage on Satur- I
day. Nov. 2. at the Alders Hotel,
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offici-
ating
The bridi parents are
Mr and Mrs Davi 1 K ipel. 4215
Sheri Ian Ave Mi imi Beach, was
attended by Mrs M irilyn Baron,
matron of honor, and [da Shaftel
as maid of hoi rtdfarb
: smi id: G Blanl ;;
Blank and Elena Saplicki served
..- junior bridemai :- ai I flower
s were Hedda Lan; sam and
Beth Ellen Ba
The gn on il Mr ai I Mrs
Harold Rubine. e280 SW 16th SI
had Robert Buckw ild as best man,
William Kopel, R maid Baron and
Max Kopel as ushers.and William
Saplicki and Allen Langsam serv-
ing as junior ushers.
The bride is graduate of Miami
Senior High School. Her husband
luated from Southwest Senior
High School.
After a honeymoon in the Vir-
gin Islands, the couple will live in
Miami.
p.hi -
MKi. MARTIN KVBINt
Klr.e Arts
mss mm uimam
To Discuss Eye Diseases
Rhoda M. Levme Chapter. Fight
for Sight League of Greater Miami,
will meet at noon Tuesday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. An ophthal
mologist will discuss diseaM^ of
the eye
Ellen S. All man
Will Be Bride
Of Barry Barak
The engagement of Ell<
Mlman to Barry Norman Bura>
has been announced by her pa:
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ailrr.an
5878 SW 29th St
The bride-to-be. a era i tate v
Coral Gables High Schon' r
tending Miami Dade Junior Co
lege. i the granddaughter of M-
and Mrs. Samuel Sclar of !;-> Mr Burak. the son of Mr an!
Mrs. Harry Burak. 5401 SW 62n!
Ave.. received an associate of ar*<
degree from the University ol
Florida, where Be was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra- rn t) H
earned a Bachelor of Bunnesi Id
ministration degree from the t'n.
versity of Miami and i- preseotlj
a student in the Ijw Scho there
Mr. Burak's grandmas r Mr-
Rose Marcus, is one of :' e fount
ers of Pioneer Women 's Club No 2
Study Skills Workshop is
Scheduled by CCEW
A twi'- !.i> a irkshop
B -.-
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Education o- Women is schedu
for Wednesday and Tfc rn-
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Koub-k 'enter of the Univers
of Miami. 2705 SW Third S-
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When Temple Beth Torah held
its am; Israei Dinner of State
this pa : Saturday evening, Mrs.
Samuel P wife >t the chairman
of the event, chose a chiffon
gown thi color of cocoa with a
-to!e trimmed in white
isti ich feathers for the
matchii
and to..-
eveniiu
Mrs
silver A!
orienta.'
ner's black silk organza had a
fitted bodice and triple tiered
ruffled skirt. Mrs. Ed Golstein
topped her strapless black chiffon
with an ostrich trimmed stole
Mrs Max Breslow combined
gold and silver in her brocade
Sown and matching full length
coat Fink satin, with self-fabric
appliqued florals, was the choice
of Mrs. Herbert Brautman. Mrs.
lly Katz wore a white brocade
ensemble. Her waist length jack-
et was trimmed with white fur
around the three-quarter length
sleeves Mrs. Neil Schteir's aqua-
marine silk featured a matching
bolero jacket. The collar was in
the Oriental style, and the rhine-
stones on the jacket matched the
rhinestone trim down the side of
her dress.
t *
Attended a most interesting
meeting the other evening, at
which Procter and Gamble intro
duced their new product. BIZ. a
laundry pre-soaking product that
really works. They showed ex-
hibits of tea, chocolate, and other
types of stains on clothing being
completely cleaned with BIZ. I
was given a box to try at home
. and I was amazed to find
how effective the product is. It's a
biological stain remover contain-
ing enzymes. All you do is pre-
soak stained garments, remove
from the solution and wash as
usual.
BIZ may be used for all fabrics
and works on many stains often
considered impossible to remove
blood, baby formula, grass
stains, grape juice and many
others Try it. I did and found it
to be an excellent product.
Northeast Airlines and Bur-
dine's teamed up to invite me to
join a select group on a flight to
nowhere with a fashion show and
champagne luncheon en route!
Jim Dooley was among our hosts
as we left Miami flew to Orlando,
turned around without landing,
and returned home while eating
a most delicious steak luncheon
and were treated to a preview of
fashion.
The clothes were exciting, bold
colors and silver were dominant.
Skirts slightly above the knee,
heels chunky, and after-five wear
softly feminine. -The flight was
smooth, the service excellent and
our hosts most uracious. It was
quite a treat to spend the after-
noon on Northeast's Yel'owbird
wh le watching Burdine's fashion
s'mu They should do this more
MUSIC LT ITS FINEST ISSURE THE SUCCESS Of WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS
AND ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
rving Newman wore a
iskan silk in a modified
tyle. Her bracelet
length sleeves were cuffed with
bands oi cerulean mink and en-
crusted ith silver jewels above
the cufi- Mrs. Richard Sneider's
black vtivet gown had a gold
beaded Dodice. Porcelain blue
satin, trimmed with silver lined
bugle beads, was worn by Mrs.
Saul Schreiber. Black and silver
was coT-.'jined in the jacket dress
seen on Mrs. Norma Robinovitz.
Red and gold, in a Chinese bro-
cade, was the colorful fabric worn
by Mrs. Stanley Stein. Her gown
had a matching full length coat
which Jeatured black diamond
mink in the collar and cuffs. Mrs.
Max Rothenberg's calusa coral
brocade .own was under a bubble
shaped, matching colored chiffon
which was tiered with ruffles to
the floe A sheer, pink imported
fabric was chosen by Mrs. Julius
Gordon. The bodice was embroid-
ered with seed pearls, silver
lined bi.gle beads, and crystal
caviar heads. Mr*. Burton Young
was in b!ack marquisette, deeply
ruffleo ;: the V neckline and at
the hem.
Mrs Arthur Snyder's silver
brocade gown had V decolletage
at both :ront and back The back
featurtii '.he unusual detail of a
cut-out triangle. Mrs. Matthew
Ettingei wore iced pink satin
with pi ;.rls. crystals and bugle
beads u-ating a deep bib at the
jewel r< ckline and deep cuffs on
the long fitted sleeves. Mrs.
Emanuf! Bernhana's choice for
the evening was a soft blue bro-
cade sheath and matching coat.
Red sal n, with a bea led bodice,
was wi in by Mr. David Cold
Stein.
A r>;-'; silk crepe sheath, top-
ped witt a one shoulder flared
tunic : trimmed with pink os-
trich f< thers, was seen on Mrs.
Milti Firtel Mrs Carl Zwer-
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MISS ANDREA SIROTA
Andrea Si rot a
Plans To Marry
Alan Altschuler
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sirota.
1768 Daytonia Rd.. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement Of their
daughter, Andrea 1'earl. to Alan
Mark Alt-chuler.
Mr Altschuler is the son of Mrs.
Ccharles Altschuler. 280 NE 161st
St., North Miami Beach, and the
late Charles Altschuler.
The couple plans a late summer
wedding.
'Star' Fashions
To Be Shown At
Membership Tea
A fashion show of clothes de-
signed by Donald Brooks and worn
. by Julie Andrews in the movie
' "Star." will be the highlight of the
membership tea planned by the
I Island View Hospital Women's
Committee for 1 p.m. Monday,
at the home of Mrs. Harry Levy,
! 1340 Biscayne Dr., Surfside.
Prospective members, who are
i interested in the cause of the Is-
land View community hospital.
! will be among the guests.
The Women's Committee is spon-
[ soring the premiere performance of
"Star-' at Miami Beach's Lincoln
Theatre Tuesday evening, Nov. 12.
Ballet Concerto Returns
To Dade Auditorium
.Miami's Ballet Concerto returns
to the stage of Dade County Audi
torium Sunday to begin its fourth
season with two world premieres
The 3:15 p.m. matinee, featuring
prima ballerina Dulce Any a, will
open with the premieres of "Cain
and Abel'" and "Adagio," two cre-
ations by Eduardo Recalt, who
will star as the company's leading
dancer.
Worcester Girl
Is Engaged To
Erie F. Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. David Nore of
Worcester. Mass have announced
'ho engagement of their daughter.
Linda Jane, to Eric P, Kaplan, son
"l Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaolan,
7280 Gary Ave., M'ami Beach.
The bride-dp**'. *! f
Doherty Memorial High School in
Worcester, is employed ai Aetna
L'fe and Casualty, Medicare Cla ms
Division
* grad lal i M an Beach Hi h
Mi Kaplan attends Florida
SI iti L'niversitj. where he is -
of Tan Epsilon Phi Crater
:ity. After graduation he will en-
v la ii school.
The wedding date has been set
for Aug. 24. 1969
MISS LINDA NOR
MISS SUSANNE BENDER
Opti-Mrs. to Hear Review
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid will review the best
selling book, "Heaven Help Us!"
at the monthly meeting of the
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach at
noon Tuesday in Chandler's Res-
taurant.
Susanne Bender
Is Engaged To
Mark J. Beyer
Mr and Mrs. Willard H. Bender.
9751 SW 13th Ter.. announce th-
engagement of their daughter, Su
sanne Jov, to Mark Jeffrey Beyer,
son of Mrs. Etta Beyer. 1950 NE
191st St.. North Miami Beach.
A graduate of Southwest High
School and the University of M.
ami. Miss Bender, who is traff:j
manaaer and public service direc
tor for Radio Station W'QAM. be-
longs to Alpha Epsilon Rho, na
tional professional honorary radii
and television fraternity, and t)
Zeta Phi Eta. women's speech so
rority.
Her fiance, a graduate of Miami
High School and the University of
Miami, earned his master's degree
at Florida Atlantic University,
where he is currently engaged in
post-graduate work in psychology.
Mr Beyer teaches science at Mi-
ami Springs Junior High School.
FREE HAIR CUT
Solomon Schechter Schools
Discussed by Jewish Educator
The merits of the Solomon
Schechter Day School were to be
discussed bv Dr. Morton Siegel.
Jewish educator, at a meeting at
8 p.m. Thursday at Beth David
Congregation, where plans to open
such a school next September at
the Congregation's south location.
7500 SW 120th St., are being con-
sidered.
Dr. Siege! is also scheduled to
speak on "Jewish Education in a
Revolutionary Aye" at Beth Da-
vid's late Friday services at 8:30
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Will Entertain Hadassah
Israeli, ballet and flamenco
ulcers from Dane* Arts Studio of
. oral Gables wilr entertain Mon-
y at a noon luncheon of the
' wall Croup of Hada-sah at the
iami Springs Villas Playhouse.
A fund-pledsin? affar for the
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lird appearance thi* year betore
Mtusah groups
JAPANESE HAIL
UNITED JERUSALEM
JERUSALEM i.lTAi -
Ninety-two Japanese Chris-
t:an pilgrims, members of *>-
sect called "Lovers of the
Bible." paraded through East
Jerusalem this week carry-
ing a banner proclaiming in
ish, "Congratulations on
the United Jerusalem."
Mollie Turner Guest At B'nai BYilh Luncheon
Kott. Corrine Koujoumi*. Lois
The performers, directed by
tea Martinet and Adna Elena. Vevins, Elizabeth Perrota, Lisette
* Ana Cochran. Valerie ,'ahn. Piedra, Cynthia Rose>. Muni Sail
. aisa Jimenez. Lon Kessler, Lisa and Maria Tomeu.
Mollie Turner. Channel 10 T\' Jack Dresner. Mrs. Fannie Grot
personality, will be guest speaker!tian, Mrs. Samuel Bredt. Mrs.
at Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith Robert Baumohl and Mrs Irwin
Women's paid-up membership Schonliel I
luncheon and fashion show at the Sunshine Chapter"""'.*ilf hold a
Dunes Motel. 17001 Collins Ave.. Countrj Fair and While Elephant
Tuesday. Nov. 19. The affair will celebrate the chapter's ninth birth- torium. 699 NE 167th St., North
la) anniversary. Miami Beach, from l" a m to 4
Prospective members wishing to 1"". Thursday. N"v 14
attend may enroll by contacting Mrs. Frank Bur-, a pasl presi
Mrs. Leon L. Keller or Mrs. Arnold lent, will serve i.s chairman, with
(Johlberg assisting.
All proceeds wiH be used for
programs of B'nai B'rith
Kotherberg. cochairmen of the al
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Coral Gables 8 Units 2 Buildings All 2 Bedrooms
Large lots Excellent rentals $85,000 with $25,000
cash About 1 5% cash flow on investment
plus amortization.
TOM HART REALTY. INC.
REALTOR 1790 Coral Way 444-4641
NORTH MIAMI
Executive $8,900 Down
OUTSTAN0NG facing golf
course. Builders custom built
$32,900. Spocious 4 bed-
room, Pool with private
basketball court, her dream
kitchen, formal dining room,
Florida room, den, landscap-
ed on fenced 75x200'. Ap-
pointment only. LAKESIDE
REALTY HE AI TORS 688-6631.
TO SETTLE ESTATE
In Ocala Limestone belt near
Wiiiiston Attractive 4.year
old residence sits on hill m
middle of beautiful 120-acre
farm Is potent il horse (arm.
Has Hwy. 27 frontage Ter-
nfic buy at only $80,000. Ex-
cellent terms.
AT HOT BOCA RATON
Farm on Hwy. 441. Has $19.-
000 per year income from
rent. 513 acres in path of
progress at only $t.4S0 per
acre. Contact Jules Romfh.
Vice President. 371-3592
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
100 B-scayne Blvd. Miami
Coral Gables Home
OPEN SUNOAT 2 to 5
BY OWNER immaculate 2
bedroom 2 both, separate
dining room, Florida room,
screened porch, $22,500. 315
Aledo.
Call 666-4341
NEW DUPLEX
Fully rented on yearly leases,
will show a NET return after
All expenses of 16 plus
on investment of $10,500.
Call 891-1252, except Sun.
1330 N.E. 145th Street.
6380 S.W. 20th Street
LOVELY 2 bedroom 1 bath
lorge eat-in kitchen and din-
ing room, carporte, just
pointed, near W. Miami $87
month pays all.
661-6535
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575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
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2 Acre mognificent estate
and home. All fenced and
treed in. Pool, separate apt.
on property. Tremendous
garages, storage space. Zon-
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1 minute off Biscayne Blvd.
and NE 118 St. $69,500
OWNER 757-9585
SUNSET PARK
4 BEDROOMS, 2 both, wall to
wall carpet, fence, large eat-
in kitchen; near Dadeland
$4,500 cash assume mortgage
$124 Mo. Pays all.
Owner 271-0724
Developers and Investors
Finest location for Hi-Rise Apartments near Miami In-
ternational Airport. Parcels No. 1 and 2. Can build over 300
apartment units on either site. Parcel No 3 8 acres for
office building complex or hotel. BU3 Zoning ond approved
Preliminary Float Terms.
AIRLINE REALTY CORP.
CAU I. W. ESTEUE 358-1046
111 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI.FIORIDA 33132
KEY BISCAYNE
GIVE A PARTY
PANELED living room opens
on beautiful patio, separate
dining area, large kitchen,
just right for entertaining. 4
bedrooms 3 baths, beach
club. 335 Greenwood. Call
Catherine Tuggle, Associate.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
634 Crandon Blvd. 361-5401
MONTKEUO, N. Y.
100 Acre Summer Resort
with Pool, Casino. Large 3
bedroom, 3 bath home. Gros-
ses (25,000 from 31 Rental
units. All Rented for Sum-
mer. 1969.
ONLY $100,000
FREE AND CLEAR
Owner will consider $35,00C
down payment or exchange
for Apts.. Automotive Busi-
ness o rCocktail Lounge in
Miami area.
BERLOW-RE'SFIEID, Realtors
1140 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 945-4308
READY SITES
281 UNITS Lease or Sell
60 UNITS lease only
Call RICHARD DENNIS
DENNIS REALTY
Phone 445-7874
CONDOMINIUM
MARLBOROUBH HOUSE
OCEANFRONT
South exposure 1 bedroom,
enclosed terrace, $35,000
maintenance $95 monthly.
Mortgages available. Milton
Zoloth, Broker.
CAU MURRAY
866-9026
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HI-RISE
ZONED on ocean. Estate says
sell Palm Beach, ocean to
Bay over 100 units.
CAU MR. LttDS
CLOVER REALTY BROKER
Phone 759-4521
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, Florida
The Real Estate Market
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I SELLERS WANTED!!
i
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i
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220 71st St., Miami Beach
865-8575
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OWNER 866-8359
COCONUT GROVE
HOME FOR RENT
Bayshore Dr. Estate Home
Colonial. 2 Fireplaces. 4 Bed-
room, 4 Baths plus maid's
quarters. Completely screen-
ed pool and patio area. Fully
equipped kitchen with dish-
washer and disposal. Bed-
rooms carpeted. Will rent
eittter seasonal or by the
year.
Call 443-8672. 444-8597
DOLL HOUSE
IN SOUTHWEST MIAMI
On quiet dead-end street,
edge of Grove and Gables. 1
bedroom, jalousied Florida
room, enclosed garage, in-
terior completely remodeled
two years ago, nicely land-
scaped, many bearing fruit
trees, perfect for retirees.
Price $8,500. Requires $6,500
cash, balance $75 month.
271-5804.
Commercial Frontage
GILL REALTY, Realtors
TAGE
230' on RAVENSWOOD Road
plus 9 large R3 lots. All for
S39.OO0 with terms. Don't
delay, call today.
4900 SO. DAVIE ROAD
583-0831 (Ft. Laud.)
94/-9081 (Miami)
KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
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ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
Phone 865 9361
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Office Buildings Apt. Houses
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Frederick Arthur Associates
811 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Phone 531-7340 531-7349
Northwest Miami
PERFECT FOR RETIRED COUPLE
Like new 2 Bedroom, 1 bath,
garage, large lot fenced, well
and city water. Medallion
home. Wood floors. Near bus
and shopping. Low mortgage.
SI 5,500 unfurnished.
Phone 696-2285
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
Call 247-0857 or 247-8788
VELMA S. GRAY
Realtor
1135 N. KROME, HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
1 LARGE LOT
270' on NW 79 St. and 80 St.
222' on NW 36 Avenue Less
Than $1.60 per sq. ft.
Fhoite 821-1176
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGNIFICENT view on Boy
Harbor Island luxury apt.
Heated Pool,, reverse cycle
air cond., newly decorated,
including lovely carpeting. 1
bedroom apt. Priced at $28,-
000. Call for appointment -
866-9035.
52.000 SQ. FT. INDUSTRIAL
IDEAL location. 455 Ft. ad-
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on East West Xway near
Palmetto Connection, has 286
Ft street frontage on NW 76
Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks
from new Miami Merchan.
dise Mart. Easy quick access
to Palmetto and East West
Xways. Needs some ground
preparation. Priced as is for
$35,000. Cash or terms.
HICKS REALTY INC.
Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5161 S W 8th Street
TEXACO INC
2 Modern Service Stations
fed lease. 1570 Alton Rd.
501 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Paid Training Both stations
have excellent potential.
Contact J D. Grantham, 633
8516 weekdays, 8 to 5.
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
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Lisa Ben
Lisa Ann. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Ben. 3370 SW 17th
SI will celebrate her Cas Mitzvah
at Temple Zamora on Saturday,
Lisa will chant the Kiddush at
1he Friday evening services and
the Hal'torah on Saturday morning.
tng the services, ;i~ well as the
Kiddush at the conclusion of the
services Saturday morning- Peter
will also be honored with a recep-
tion at his home Saturday night.
Among the out-of town guests
expected are Mr and Mrs. Ben
Schor. Svraeuse, N.Y.
Alan Jurmain
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Jurmain. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov. 9,
at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Alan has been attending the
Beth Torah Religious School for
several years and will become a
member of the Confirmation class
of 1969.
Mark Morris
Michael Horwitz
A student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, she is active in the
United Synagogue Youth.
Relatives and friends from Cin-
cinnati. Jacksonville and Tampa
will be present for the ceremonies.
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Michael Horwiti
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Horwitz. will observe his
Par Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Nov. 9. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Michael attends the John F Ken-
nedy Junior High School. His
mother is third vice president of
B'nai B'rith District 5 Chapter and
bis father Is on the board of direc
tors of the YM YWHA.
Saturday evening a reception
will be held at the Carillon Hotel
in Michael's honor. Attending will
be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Planning the Evening Book Review to be
held Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel
are (from left): Mrs. Jack Schillinger, chair-
man; Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, Vice-Chairman
of Ways and Means; Mrs. Arthur Barker,
Hostess Chairman; and Mrs. Alfred Lustiq.
Frank Katz
Frank Herbert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Katz will be called to1
he Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on !
Saturday, Nov. 9, at Temple Zion. :
Frank's family have been mem- Samuel Bandalik. as well as other
bers of Temple Zion three years, relatives from Long Island. N.Y.
during which time he has been a o o
Marion Kane
Marion, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Kane will observe her
Bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah Syna-
gogue Friday evening. Nov. 8.
Marion has been attending the
Beth Torah Religious School for
several years and will become a
member of the Confirmation class
of 1969
Ticket Chairman. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will
review two hooks, "Guest For the Niav.t" by
Samuel Y. Agnon and "Heaven HeLo Us"
by Herbert Tarr. The price of the tickets are
S2.00 and the proceeds go to the 7?mple
Youth Activities Program.
Lite Ben
JtHrty Koienberg
Gregg Rofhsfein Theodore Matter
Herbert Horwitz and Mr. and .Mrs
Robins.
Peter Goren
Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
iren, 400 SW 47;h Ave will be
.. lied to the Torah al i en pie Or
Olom Saturday. Nov. 9. at the 8:30
a m services, when he will become
Mitzvah.
Peter is a student at Kinloch
rk Junior High School, where he
U :n the seventh grade.
Mr. and Mr-.. Goren will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday ni^ht follow-
student of the Hebrew School He
is in the eighth grade at Riviera
Jun or High School, where he is a
member of the National Junior
Honor Society, and is a Star Scout
in Troop 403. B.S.A.
Frank's grandparents are Sam-
uel Katz and Mrs. Sab;na Diamond
A reception a' home will follow
the services, Guests are expected
from Easton. Pa., and New Bruns-
wick. N.J.
Theodore Matter
Theodore Kevin, son of Mr
and Mrs. Milton Malter. 1500 Ve-
nera. Coral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea at
11:15 a.m. Saturday. Nov. 9.
Ted, who for two year- atti
.i military academy, receiving its
highest award, is a ninth grade
l.onor student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High School.
His parents will host the Oneg
Shabbat Friday evening and the
Kiddush following Saturday, serv-
ices. A reception will be held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel Saturday
even.ng in honor of the celebrant.
Out-of-town guests will include
Ted's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Morris
Mark James, son of Mr. and Mrs
Sam Morris. 1980 NE 186th Dr..
North Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Nov. 9. at Temple Adath Yeshurun
'Lady in Cement' Benefits
Elks Children's Hospital
Harry Anna Crippled Children's
! Hospital at I'matilla. Fla, will
benefit from the premiere showini
of "Lady In Cement." starring
Frank Sinatra, which wll oc spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Elks
Lodge at the Carib Theatre Thurs-
day evening. Nov. 14.
Three mayorsJay Dermer of
Miami Beach. Chuck Hall of Met
ropolitan Dade County, and Eu
gene Schwarz of Surfsideare ex-
pected to attend
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Mark is an eighth grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, where he play? clarinet in
the Symphonic Orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris will 1. ist
'he Oneg Shabbat Friday eve;
following the services and also the
Tvddush following Saturday morn-
ing's services. A recention and din-
ner dance will be hed in Mark's
honor Saturday evening in the
Cotillion Room of the Eden Roc
Hotel.
Mrs. Sam Fletcher. Mark'- 84
year-old grandmother from Los An
geles Calif., is expected to attend,
is well a- many other guests I
out-of-town,
Jeffrey Rosenberg
Jeffrey Isaac, son of Mr and
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, 484") SW
90th St., will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. Nov. 9. at Beth David
Congregation.
Jeffrey attends Ponce de Leon
Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning and the Kiddush after serv-
ices on Saturday will be sponsored
by Jeffrey's parents, who will also
hold a reception in his honor at
their home.
Among guests attending the eel
ebration will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Rosenberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Muss, as
well as many relatives from New
Vork
Gregg Rothstein
Gregg Jeffrey, son of Betty and
Man A. Rothstein. was Bar M
vah at Temple Emanu-El on Sat
urdaj Nov. 2.
Gregg, who i- in the i
grade .it Lear School, plays the
guitar.
He was honored at a reel
held Saturday evening at the
Doral Beach Hotel Attending w
his grandparents. Mrs Celia Roth-
In and Mr. and Mrs. Max Cypen.
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Stewardess Group Meets On Thursday
The International Stewardess tion
Alumni Association was to hold 4ts
annual luncheon at The Studio
Resaurant near Coral Gables on
Thursday.
Fred Jossi, owner ol the dining
tpot, said 250 ladies were expected
for the luncheon, proceeds from
which will benefit the South Flor-
ida Muscular Dystrophy Associa-
The :- \ .:iea were to IncJu'ie
a fashion shovr sponsored byj the
Don-E!!en Sh imi Sprl %i
Lccc! Z'onist leaders were briefed on Israel
Offain by two distinguished visitors. Shown
(trcm c~i0 are: Cantor Saul Breeh, vice presi-
ded c: the Miami Beach Zionist District;
Abraham A. Tooch of the Israel Consulate in
Atlanta; Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum of the
Jewish Aaency." and Abraham A. Grunhut,
chairman of the board of the Zionist Dis-
trict. ?
David Susskind Moves To WTVJ
The v. lely acclaimed "'David
Susskind Show" will be broadcast
weekl) ol WTVJ, beginning Sun
da> The two-hour program will be
presented every Sunday at 11:30
p.m., in POlor, following "New.
Weekend.''
The format of the Susskind Shew
provides stimulating viewing ex-
perience; :>>r television audience;.
Susskind serves as host on the pop-
liar pros-ram which combines un-
usual situation*, interesting per-
nalitie.- and provocative and
timely discussions.
"The David Susskind Show"- is
now in its 11th season, begmnin
i>ct. 14. 1958 as Open End" and
as the title then signified, there
North Dede ORT Meets
North Da >RT will meet at 8:15 p.m. on
Wednesday in the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium. 699 N'E 167th St.
Dr. Nathan Horowitz will be the
guest speaker.
no time limil
In the [all of 1066. the title was
i 'har.'-'ed o The David Susskind
Show" and the fermat was changed
1 o include an audience, and audi
ace participation.
The subject matter ranges from
vorld affa'rs to hippies, from the
arts to motorcycle gang!
Premier Khrushchev. President
Truman, the Honorable Abba Eban.
I ackie Gleason and many others
I lave appeared in solo interviews
.vi:h Susskind. Gore V'idal and Wil-
an Buckley met as television de-
baters on the show.
The premiere show on Channel 4
vll feature James Hagerty, for-
| ner press secretary 'o President
Eisenhower, l>;erre Salinger, press
secretary to Presidents Kennedy
ind Johnson, and William Moyers,
'ormer press secretary to Presi-
dent Johnson. The three men will
i discuss the functions and responsi-
bilities of the Press Secretary and
the effect of television on Ameri-
can politics.
Home Auxiliary
'Day At Races'
A "Day at the Races'" at Trop'cal
Park is being planned by the
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged of Greater
Miami on Monday. Dec. 2.
Seats will be reserved in the
. club house section and bus trans-
| portat on provided to the park.
Rose Blate. chairman of the event,
has announced.
Mrs. Lillian Xamm. president of
the Auxiliary, has announced that
there will be an open house at the
: Home for the Aged. 151 NE 52nd
i St., beginning at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
! day. Nov. 19, in Ruby Auditorium.
; A tour of the grounds will be con-
ducted by Arthur Kalish. associate
director of the Home.
'Star* Tickets
Can Be Ordered
By Mail Now
Mail orders are now being ac-
cepted for 20th Century-Fox's pres-
entation of the Robert Wise road-
show motion picture "Star!" tr
nremiere on tio\ ._ .. the Lincoln
Theatre.
Directed by Robert Wise and
or luce I by Saul Cha
lepicts the life and time* i I the
late musical c rw Ij star Gerti i
Law rence.
The cast of the 70mm DeT.uxe
Color film includes Ju!v Andrews.
Richard Crenna, Michael Crai
and Dan:.'l Massey as Noel Coward '
i
Additional playdate and ticket
information on "Star"' are avail ,
able at the Lincoln Theatre The
reserved seat attraction will be I
shown daily at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. I
Beach Women's League
Plans a 'Musical Treaf
"Musical Treat" will be the
theme of the luncheon honoring
new members planned by the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach at noon Friday in the Al-
giers Hotel. Mrs Melvynne Som-
mers. program vice president, has
announced.
Marie Balaban will entertain,
accompanied by Bart "Ducky''
Ducknian at the piano. Mementos
of the occasion will be presented
to the new members, who will be
guests of the League.
The lovely face of Julie An
drews is a familiar sight to
moviegoers throughout the
world. She takes on many com-
pletely different "looks" in hei
role as Gertrude Lawrence in
Robert Wise's roadshow musi-
cal for 20th Century Fox, "Star,"
which premieres Nov. 12 at the
Lincoln Theatre.
IS NOW UNDER
THE OWNERSHIP OF
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MANAGING IMRKCTOR MARY MAILS
IIOI R 7 a.m. b p.m.
MIL DAY A
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TRANSPORTATION
AVAILABLE ONLY
IN HIALEAH AREA.
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i. | ( daily per person, at
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' 1 I NOV. 2S to DEC. 17
INCLUDING MtALS
FREE PARKING FREE TV & Radio
Air Conditions 1 Heated
Private Pool & Sandy Beach
Cra.se Lojnjes 4 Mats
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people
you
Z*rJwrite to:
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note the Zip in the return
address and add it to your
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or see their National Zip
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on the Zip Map in the
business pages of your
phone book.
Published at a public lervlc* hi cmo-
fation witn Trie Adxitisinf Council.
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* IfMitl''FkrHinr
Friday, November 8. 1968
t*JWVX DM
1 3.S&

Hyman P. Galbut (left). Miami Beach attorney and an of-
ficer in the U.S. Naval Reserve, takes part in cake cutting
ceremonies on Navy Day with "Miss Navy Day 1968."
Shelley Sharpe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sharpe of
Miami Beach, and Jackie Gleason.
Caribbean Hotel Will Open Early
An unprecedented rush of ad- the spacious rooms has radio and
\ .mce Winter season reservations television as well as air condition
irom former guests has persuaded (ing and heating to add to their
the owners of Miami Beach's pop- comfort. Daily services are con-
ular Caribbean Hotel to open its ; ducted in the Caribbean's private
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 88-17027
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SILVIO P. Fl'liU.
Plaintiff.
m:i.KX PCRIA.
Defendant
T< >; HELEN Pl'KIA
77 I>r> Oulfh Path
Amllyville, lx>ng Island.
N. Vork
Vou, HELEN Kt'KIA lire I" hj
notified that h UUI of Complaint for
Divorce ha* been filed against you,
and you are required lei srrvi 11 iipy
of your Aiwvir or Pleading to the
Mill of Comi.lalnl on the Plaintiffs
attorney, l-au Offices of PAl'l. POL-
LACK, 17"" N" \v 7th Street, Miami.
Florida, T.I.pin.ii. 84S-88S8 ;>'! file
th.- original Aiiawci m Pleading In
ih.. offl......f the Clerk of the Clreuti
curt en or before the i"ih day ol
11..-, -mil .!-. 1981 if >"u fall to do ko,
judgment bj default "ill l taken
aguinal you for the relief demanded
in the inn of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week f'.r four consecutive ivi -eks
in Tin: jkwism fijortdian
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami,
Florldn, thin 4ih day of November
A !> IM8
E. I! l.KATIIKKMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County-, Florida
By: K. M LYMAN
11. nui y Clerk
iCIrcull Coiirl Beali
LAW i IFFICE8 i iF
FAT I. I'm I A'K
liOfl N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Attorue) for Plaintiff
ll '-}-::.
on Nov. 26.
Presently closed for Fall refurb-
i-hing, the Caribbean's newly re-
iiecorated lobby will be an added
feature to the gala pre-Thanksgiv-
ini atmosphere at opening time.
All of the other facilities for
v hfch the Caribbean is famous are
completely up-to-date The pictur-
( -que pool area faces a block-long
expanse of sandy beach, each of
Deaths In
Greater Miami
SILVERSTEIN
Mra Sarah, ::. ol I letrolt. Mil h .
ii-m.-r ZO-yeiir resident of Miami
lea. li pass, rt av ny < >c( 2n In De-
troit ivhere funeral services were
. I.I Oct. 89 Mrs. Sih. r-t.-iii. a, -
live in philanthropic Orthodox en-
deavors in .Miami Bench us well .1^
lietrolt, was ..in- of three org-nnlgers
"f the Jewish Women's buropeau
Welfare organisation and a past
ireaident, a worker for the Jewish
Valional Fuii'l ;t "I Mizraehi as Well
ifl oth.-r causes In support ol Israel
and in behalf of needj widows and
orphans. She is survived h> six sons.
In n Fishman. Maxwell and Sain
silverstein. Jack, Maurice ami Philip
sills, five daughters, Mr- Thomas
Pine, .Mrs. Paul Max, Mrs. Sam
Sftticowits, Mrs Jacob Brown nnd
vlrs Harold Weisblalt; two brothers
'he Rev. l..sk.r King a nl Nathan
King: 27 grandchildren and 43 great-
grandchildren
camp and night patrol is main
tained during school holidays. So-
cial activities, dancing and enter-
tainment complete the picture of
luxurious resort holidaying.
The elegant Kosher dining room
caters to special diets with salt,
sugar and fat-free menus avail-
able. Glatt meats are served ex-
clusively and all dietary laws are
strictly observed.
ELSON. David, _'. '.v.., Abbott Ave.
Illasbenr. Int. rm.-nt Mi NebO,
FEDER. Sophie, mi. ::i7 Washington
Ave. Riverside.
FLEUR, Samu.l. 7;, IT70 Meridian
Ave., Riverside,
GOLDBERG. Joseph, 78, '> Jeffer-
son Av.- Riverside. Intermenl Lake-
side
LieBERMAN. Nathan, 611, S73 S Shore
l>r Riverside, Intermenl Mi Nebo,
REYMAN. Flore....... R0, ..:". Collins
Ave.. Riverside.
RICHMOND, Richard, 71. I Mil V 1: -n
--lior.' Iir Newmim
SPIRO, Harry N BO, 1*798 \ I', 12th
Ave., Riverside Interment Lake-
side.
ALBERT, Andrew .1 S5 > S Shore
In- Riverside
EPSTEIN. Louis, 87. M.'l SW Fifth
T.r Oordon Intermenl Ml Sins I
GURSS, Belle, US, 9101 F. Cay Hgr-
bof l>r. Niivni.tii
ROSE. Arnold M :( !<>i Bay In
Blasberg.
STEIGMAN, Clara \\ 1483 NIC
I7yi St.. Riverside Intermenl Star
ol David.
WINKLER. Henry, 83, 8711 8\V S8th
'i Mlramar. Riverside.
WILSON. Albert. >U, 4L"'_. Jefferson
Ave. Riverside, Intermenl Ml Nebo
NEKRITZ, Andrew, 72, .:.' Collins
Ave. Riverside
BLETCHER, Benjamin, ".:. 102 BW
i nth Ave Riverside.
GREENE Fr- .la. SO, 17." Collins Ave.
Rivhrside. Intermenl Mt N'ebo
KASSAL, Carol, 4V, 18110 Nw 14th
Ave. Riverside. Inrerm.-ni Slur of
Darld
LEVINS. Max, 7:;. li:::. Meridian Ave,
I'.laSherK.
COHEN, Anne S.. 70, tMI \'U' IjRh
Tt. Cordon. Interment Mt \.|,
HER84AN. Theo<|<.re, .;t, |-,m Bav
Rd, Blasberg
RUBNSTEIN, Lena. 77. 10:.; Meri-
dian Ave. Newman.
SULKEN, Ida. 8.1. lor.; West Ave.
Newman.
AUGUST, France*. ;7. 1160 NW Moth
Ten BLuiberr.
DIZnt. Ana, 7^.. SU liith 8t Rirer-
hkld,
6IEFBRB, Harvey, 74. IS ICU SC
Choi Administrator Attends
Nursing Home Convention
S. L. Lichtenfeld, administrator
of chai Convalescent Home. 13650
NE Third Ct North Miami, has
returned from Chicago. 111., where
he attended the Mid-American
Nursing Home Convention and
Seminar,
\. u mail int. rni. hi .mi Sinai
lllnsherg
ELLIS. Albert, 7".. 7".l" w Treasure
Drive Rli erside Intermi nl l.ak.--
sille
FRESHMAN. Dora, 8.1 l".l NE V'li.l
St.. Riverside
FRYMAN. |.., 7: 77::7 N Kendnll
in Newman.
KELLER. Michael, 88, 1248 T1 -1 SI
Riverside
KLINN. Sam, 83, I48 s. Bayshore
In I: v. is .i. Intermenl Mi Nehn
SChiff. Meyer, 7'.. 1.1 N'w 204th .si
Filasberg.
stahl. Harry, .'"" 13th si Blasbera
Intermenl Mt N'ebo
TOPEL, Ma. ?n, mar, Calais H. River-
side, Interment Star of David
WEISS, Mildred. 7", 637." Indian Creek
ABELSON, Harry, 87, 1735 X Trea-
Dr. Riverside
sm. In \ |i,v Village, Riverside
co,HEN- <>". 71. 7300 Byron Ave
Riverside
koval David. 7". 211s Washington
A v<- IM\ r>iil,.
KR1AYS.<-ER. Bessie. 80. 1144 M,r-ill,
Dr.. Riverside
MY.ERS. Nathan, si. igsi Drexel Ave
tin erslde.
nisenshal. Harry, 7". 12345 xvv
Miami Ct. Riverside. Intermenl Mi
Sinai
TARNO. .la.oh. 88, ;, Collins Ave
An kins 1. ''ur"}1"1 akeslde
aukins, Peggy sue, 25, 18010 N'W
Seventh Ave Rlaaberg
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80789. B
In RE Estate ol
li >Si;i'H PINE
11.1 eased
N11TICK TO CREDITORS
r.. All Creditors and ah Persons Hav-
ing! Claim* or Demands Agalns-i Said
Estate:
V..U are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against ih,- es-
tate oi JOSEPH fine deceased late
of Had.- County, Florida, to the County
JuiIk.-.v of Dade County, and file the
sam. in duplicate and as provided In
Section1 733.18, Florida .Statutes. In
th.ir offices In the Count/ Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from ih. time ,f
hereof, or Ih.
SIM
the fin-t publication
( same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thl
njr of October. A.D. II18H
BBB8IE Fl.NK
F.II.KKN VATH.WSO.V
UWRK.VCR B FfNK
As Executors
ioSH*R^I.?-,NN0V'rab'r- ,W
Attorney for r>i ecu tors
1370 Washington Avenue
u/o-as>M.n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BTHET. FLANAGAN.
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN fi-\n'.\<;an'.
Defendant
TO; JOHN" Fl AN'Ali.VN
:!f' Kennedy Avenue
North Babalon
I-otii: Island. Sew York
You. JOHN FI.\N\i;\\ an here
hj notified that a BUI "t Complaint
for Divorce h;is 1.....n filed luralnst
you, and you are requlren to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleadinc to
th. Bill of Comnlalnt on the Plaintiff -
attorney, law Offices of i'AFI 11 it -
LACK, 1700 N \v 7th street. Miami
Florida, Telenhone 842-2520 nnd Hie
the original Answer or Pleading In the
nt'fi......f the ci.-rk nf the ClrcnK Cnnei
..n or before the |0|h day of Decem-
ber. Iks If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment bj default will 1.. taken ngnlni
vou for th.- relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH *" I l V V
DONE AND OIlDFltFD ^i Mlnml
Florida, this 4th d.i\ of Novimher \ li
i'.,:s
i: B I BATHERMAN CleH,
Circuit Court Did.- c..io,i\ Florldn
B} K M I.TMAN
Denuts clerk
II le.-lft I '..ml Se ll ,
1 \ u IfFtCFJl i Ip
PM'l .1 I \CK
'7"" V w 7th Streel
Miami. Florida 33I2-*
Attorney loi Plaintiff
II -!....
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI.ORIOA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-1770?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.H iHX I DEVERI >\V
vs
ii \7.i:i rtnnmtnNp DEVBRtvtv
Tin HAZEI. ......I'MiiNIi DEVF.P.ON
158 Collidre Ave
Syracuse N.w Voi k I itn
Vou. ii\/.i:i. ': > i>,\i< n | DEVE-
ROW, are hereby notifli-d that a Bill n|
Complain! for Divorce has been filed
ingrain*! you, and you nre r.omr, ,| i,,
serve ;i i-opy of v ,,ur A II.-.W .r ,,r Plead-
'.ZK u',lh" }v,n f,f ComnliUni on ih<
; '.".","/.-'' a"r'rniY- OAlJhPT AND
'.AMIIT. 240 Fifth Street. Miami
Beach, Fla, MI39 and file ihe original
Answer or Pleading In th.- of,,,.. ,.,
the ( lerk of the Circuit Curt on or
before the sth day of December Isfi*
V >,"" ffi" do .o. judgm. nt b> d.
fault will be tak.n against v,.u f,;, ,,.
relief demanded In Ih. l!l|| ,.f Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published .,, ,
eacn week for four eonseeutive weeks
m THE JEWISH P1.0RIDIAN
b2aK \S" ",;i'i:I:,:i' al Miami.
\? r.' y '"' N'',v"ni'"r
K R I i:\TIIFPMAX, Clerk
i Ircull i oiirt. Dade Counfv Florid i
By c p ci i-1:i \\|,
Demii y Clerk
" ircull i 'our! s.-.ii i
OAJ Ifl T A flAl.BI'T
AttOI new nl !..',
-l"-'.tll Streel
Miami Bench, Fla S3I39
II s I .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'R'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80969
in i:i:: Estate of
BENJAMIN l.ll'SKI
I..-.ease.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Di \n cr.diio,. and aii Persons l|a\-
E?l t?lm" '" l"'"-""1- Aminsi Said
Vou are hereby notified and requlr-
ed to presenl any claims and demauds
wiii.h you may have ngamsi .1,.. e.
at. of BENJAMIN l.ll'SKV d.,.,,..,i
lai.-oi Norfolk County, Massachuseltn
to h. County Judge. ,.f i,.,,,,. ,.".,,
and ih- the Htme in dupli-ate :,.| ,.
provided m Section T33.H, Fl.. I ?
Btalmes, in their offi,.-v ,n tfie cnSni!
' ourthouse In Dade County, Florid,
within s,v ,;,l.-dar monlhs fn ,he
lime of ,h.. nnt publication hereof
or the same win he barred
Dated at .Mjami. Florida. ,,,, -,,
da> of November. A.D 1988
A. JAY tJRJSTOI..
as Ancillary Administer)tor
_., "' the Estate of
BEVJAMI.X UPSKV. D.>eaiied
.i.l'"?.w^ubUo*.,lon of ,h, not,- mi
the 8th day of .November 1ci
CRLSTOL A.VD ROSE-
Attorney for AnuUlary
?Ldmlnisnitor, C. T. A.
I NoruWif. iHrst Av7nUe
RESULTS
DETECTIVE AGENCY
-triMll I C.ifi4cnt,l"
Ft "iti Ptlict .riMiiil 24 Mr Sc
\r.
ievct
|"'.:^k $r'!line
J'^f hnieilijifio.il
''] UtttMii rr.-.i
^ lyNiiiislrVetectsii
fl-, Claim i'.j !.-.
I "' Chk4 St.ncj
f .0. M 48, TWIWI STaTISN
HIMI. FLORID* 13144
Phone 446-3059
~"\:
LfcGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'H IS HERBB> HIVBN thai
the undersigned desiring to engMre In
business .,i "ll N. K l7th Street
North Miami Beach, Florida under Ihe
fictitious name of JACK'S SINCLAIR
SERVICE Intends to regristei aid
name with the Clerk of th.- Circuit
curt oi bade County. Florida
jack FHB1DIN
I'M." N K "th \\ ellUe
North Miami Beach Florid.,
HYMAN P fJAMM'T
Attorney at l-i
.1" ..th streel
Miami Beach, Florida
This Notice to be puldished once
each week for 4 eonseeutive weeks
in th. JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ii -i;-i:-s
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE Is IIBItEBY OIVBN that
i>> virtue ol Chapter *>7* ol Florida
statutes Annotated (IVill, Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein A UK VAN LINKS Florida
corporation by virtue of iis warehouse
lU-n has in its possession the foliow-
int described property:
I's.d Household floods a^ the properlv
i JOSEPH I. CLAWSON, JR whose
last known address was C/O C. Romer,
Dinner Key Marina. Pier "-. Miami.
Florida, and thai on the ;9th Day of
November, 1988 during the legal hours
ot sale, mainly between 11:00 forenoon
and J:00 III the afternoon a! :I3( N Vf
;4!h Av.nue. Miami. Florida, the un-
dersigned shall otf.-r for sale to the
highest bidder for rash in hand the
above described property ol JOSEPH
I. CI.AWSl >N
Dated it Miami Florida lhi> 1st
Daj of November, 1988
II 8.1S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'-TICK is HEREBY UIVEN lh.,t
Ihe Uod.-rsiKlied. desiriliu to .-ligage in
business und.r the fictitious name of
SHORE PARK APARTMENTS al 7343
Cariyle Avenue, Miami Ir.-.t. Florida
intend to register said name with the
clerk .a the Circuit curt of 1-n.l.
County, Florida
KSTHEH I.IBBKRMAN
l.i 'I IS FINK
\l \\ BAKU
MICHAEL K KKI.DMAN
Aiiornej rr CARLYLE PARK
,; '..... Hi ad, suite ;e
Miami It, in h
1i 8-13-3!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80877- A
In 1:1: Esll
AN V \ A Ski IKF
I....... I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and a.1 Person, II ., .
Ing Claims oi iM-mands Airnlnsl Said
i: ,
You ,,i her. bj notified and requir-
ed to presenl nn> claims and demiinds
hi. h you ii i) hnve ngainsi th.....
late of A\'\.\ ASKllFF ile.------1 i.:,
I Had- I'ou iv Florida, to th. ..,,, t,
.lUilges .. |.:,,|. Cnty, and til,- th.
Name iii duplteate and as provided In
wfsi ll Florida Staluli
iheir offices in the County Court-
house in ei,. County. Florida, within
'!' '"aiendBr months iron, the urn.- ..(
Ihe firs! publii-ation hereof ,,r the
sam.- will he barred.
Dated ,t Miami. Florida, this 80th
day oi cvtober \ i> (:,
cilAl-.l BS ASKOPF
A Kxeeutor
lh\ ,\V')' ''''"""'| -this m.ii... on ,he
, n ij November PS"
W I I'MAV .,,| U RPMAN
for Executor
I"T Rlsca>-ne Builtftng
ll 8-1il.i8.s9
'c,TCwEr5lRCU,T COURT OF THE
rfpL|.Vo^,IH JUD"CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
CIV'L, ACTION NO 68-15700
e,oN<2TICE OF SU'T OR
VV.'"?|xOFPUBLIC*T'ON
.....
JR inisk Bonn \
lief,
'''" l"-> JK tNISE BONNT
M, Rj' V *venue
Brooklyn \ v
si? -S&mxsn
Pleadiim I,, the nui
'.'' "'>:..... un ihe l-l-.i, ,1,,-v a,
',""> W ^N and .!..! NsV.'v ,
Now,,,,,.'. ',',.. 'r'- he :,, ..i.y oi
In the .tin ZoSSuH^T '""-'"-'
eo.,"oJek"f" ".'"" b- Published once
KS;^,,Vr,if-' -SM,,iui,
this Hi 1, day (,,,!.,.;
Ki ,,: ''1::XTIIWliMAN
I'j'k.an.nltl'ourt
R>: C P. CuPKLaND
tClrcult ObujAlSS? Ctock
itami and J ]k Mts. nyru. BullJJn
Oarnl. lloriiW Hut*
Attorneys forHunUf. '
M/il-r; iia-8
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jmfti fh>rdHan
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial :i7:t-Hior>
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 88-1S8S4
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAM I'LL SIM Mt ins
Plaintiff,
vs
I.CCII.I K SIMMON'S
Defendant
Tl I rcil.l.c SIMM'iNS
i Residence I nknot* n
YoU. i.lcn.i.K SIMM..Ns sre l.
b> notified that a Bill of Conwhili.i
for Divorce has been Bled aprulnsi
you. and you are required to -.-% ,
copj ot your Answer ,., Pleading I
the Bill of Comnlalni on Ihe l"i n
attorney. BERNARD It IAFFI"
812 Ainsley lluildiuc. Miami. Florid:.
::::irj. and file the nrigrlnai An-v.' ...
PteadllUJ in the nfflee of Ihe T.--L
the Circuit Court on ,.r before .
j"th .lu> of November, if..;* |. you
fall to do so, judgment by d. I iuli
will be t:.Uen against y.-u fur tl.-
rellel demanded in ihe Bill ,,n .
plainl
Thi~ notice sh.,11 be published
each week for four .-onsceutlv.- w .
I In THK JEWISH FH'BII-IAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlani
Florida, this i.'.ih dav of Octohet
A B l
E B I.KATiliaiVAN' i -.
Clriuit Covrt, Dade Count). Florldn
By: c p c.>pkiand
I leputy I 'lerk
tCirruit I'our! Seal)
' BERNARD IL .IAFFK
..!: Ainsley r.uiuiing
M'mv F>-.eid-. :'
Al'ornei for Plaintiff
l" 18-86 It/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCES'
No. 88-ISSft?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BETSEY MAOOON,
Plaintiff,
rs
KDWAltD c. MAOOON, JR
I lefendanl
Th KDWARDO MAO""iN JR
120* East !"lh Street
. Is. o, Teaas
V.u. EDWARD O MAiMi'N ll:
are hereh) notified that a Rill of I
i.l.iiot for Drvorre lias been t.t- I
agiaJnHl \.-u. and you are required
serve .'"i'> ol your Answer
Flea.ling to the Bill ot Complu
on the Plaintiffs attorney. c\ltl\
* ROTIIENBI5BO SOS Biscay
Building., Miami, Florida I 8 ai '
fii. the original Answer or Plead
In ii ..t the ci.-rk .a the I
ii Court on or before the 20th da*
'of November 1888 It \-u Call li
n kldgm. i i b) llefuull w III he ,u.
-i you toi the relief demanded
in th.- Bill oi Complaint
This notice ,11 be |>ul
I \>,, I. f,,i foui >> net utivi aeel
i lie JEW I8H Fl 'BIDIAN
IHiNE AND ORDERED al
l'l-i Ida. this i 5th day of i, lobei A 1'
;
i: H i i: vtiifbmav .
Cir. uit Court, Dade Countv, Floi
Bj c p is .imm.anh
Denut) Clerk
it 'ircull Curl Seal I
CAIDIN. HOTIIKNBBRO. KOOAN
and Ki iRNBI.I'M
'I.-. Risen; n. Building
Miami. Florida SJI50
Attorneys for Plaintiff
I,> |.;-. n/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVEN '
the undersigned^ deslrinx t enguee n.
business under the fictitious name
VMBRICAN lNTKBInK DECOR-XT-
IN.: SERVICE al 778 Arthur flr^lfr. >
II oi. Miami Beach. Florida Intend
t,. register s.ii.l name with the >
of the Circuit Court of Dele Count?
Fl..i Id i
ll.'iB vi hksii-ns INC .1
\ MRBICAN IVTPPtOK
1>P. -. .I! \tivc o-i'vn'l'
Bj u ii l.l. >l c i-i'ci:\\\ \i :
President
SHIBI KV M.if.LF
\ Hoi ii v f..r
i-' ill.. Men*. In.
IrttMn Ondfeni R
Ben h. Florid.. .....
Ifl Is1". !
IN THE COUNTY JUOOC'S Cr'llRT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. R0993-A
In PK Estate oi
.1. iSEPH FINK
11,.,., ,., ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO VI Creditor' lO'l \'l PS! '
ln claims or Demands asalnsl Bai
Estate
Von ai.- hereh* potlfled nnd i '' '
ed to present gnv rialms n"l .l.min"-
whleh v..ii mnv have sgnlnst the r
tnie ,,f JOSEPH PINK deceuw I W"
"f Dade Countv. Florida, to Ihi '
.in.lee of Dole County, and ''"'''
same In itiinll. nte nnd a* ,""1 "*
Section TSS.II Floeirla StMtuf.s. "
Ih.lr offices in the County Courtheu '
in D-'de Countv. Fior^-i. within -_
ilendar months from the llm. of nw
first nuMicalloii hereof, or th-' ^ir"
will he hnrred. ., ,.,,,h
Dated al Miami. Flort.trj. Ihi* ""
day nf OcbnMsf A r> "88
DOROTHY FtNK
As Ktecutri .-
First nuhllcntlon of this r-otU-e
tbe h rt.v Pf Vovember, l<
HARRY XTIKF.RVICK
Miami Beach. ,>.


November 8. 1968
* jfewlarf tkrltMam
Paae 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ril'B IS HEREBY fllVEN
_l
ihiil
pee ndKUcii, .;...-llliifci Ut euyicg.. in
licit r the fictitious Hand !
,\KK PARSER SHOP, al l\u>
Rilh AviiiUf, North Miami
intends to iivi-ur xald nWBf
Hi.' clerk of th- in. mi i'iiuii of
Cnunlv. Florida
I.MSKIMI FRISICANo. I......
TfBBRO. FROMBBRO ItuTH.
eya for Applicant
i m nj-' Blw a) n Hhlg.
Kin
1 25 ll/l.g-15
the circuit court of the
Seventh judicial circuit
and for oade county.
FLORIDA
No. 68-12*95 (Williams)
NOTICE OF SUIT
? K.KT STLNSON. NORRIS >
IKERSON and PERRY 1. I
(KBRHON, her husband, i
Plaintiff. )
IBRT i'INSBH and JOAN
ISER. also known as
IN J STAPI.ETo.N. hie
Dmnu
BY HENRY LEONARD
Defendant
RliHERT CINSEK and JOAN
riNSK.H. also known a* JOAN
.1 STAPI.BTON. his wife.
Residence uiikni'Wii
m: AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
I an ui'tion for Humages has boon
ft] eaialllBl vnu and you an required
verve a <*opy of your written dc-
iwk, if any. to it on AINS1.HE I!
pHRDIB, Attorney for Plaintiff.
those address is 231.". S.W. Lejettne
id. Coral Cables, Florida 33134. ami
flh the original answ. r with the clerk
1*1 the above styled i.iurl on or be
: November, l9>h : otherwise
judgment may he entered against you
or the rein f demanded In the mm-
lain! or petition
WITNESS 'mi hand and th.- weal Of
laid Court on 33 October, IMS
K B. I EATIIHRMAN
As Clerk of Said i "..urt
B) L s DcPIETRO
.\s Deputy ( i.rk
10 35 II 1-8-ir.
in THE CIRCUIT COUkf OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
NO. 68 11905
[\ \NCY I.F'iNOR HE |.A
ARIPAD FERNANDEZ Y
U.\ ARE'/.
Plaintiff,
ll.HBRTO JOBOH FERNANDEZ
V \LVA-REZ,
I I.oid.int
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
i AIJIKIITii jokhf.
FERNANDEZYALVAREZ
Cortina Ml
Havana. iiha
You nr hereby notified tha' a Hill
' Complaint f..r Divorce has be-on
lied afaRial you. und you are requir-
-! to Verve a mp\ of vur Answer
in Plaintiff* soil. It..r. DAN SATIN.
I-'- West Flagl.-r. .Miami. Florida, and
fill- the original in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or le-
e the IMh day ..f November. I6S.
.rwi.se a juiIk'U- nl b> default Will
ntered against you.
Bated al Miami, Florida, .this 16th
ol October. 1961..
E B. 1.EATRER.MAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County Courthouse
Miami. Floi id,.
By: c P, COPBLAND
I>.-l>ut> Clerk
_____10/18-25 11/1-8
T>4C COUNTY JUDGES COURT
(el ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. SOW, .A
J ItK: Estate of
tl.WS 1. JBANNIN
%h onaspd,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Perannr II..v-
fThillii or Demands Agalnsl s.nd
|tat:
m are herct.y notified and r.-.iuir-
| to present any claima and demands
h you mgj h.i\.- against the --
oi.ifi.es l.. jhannin deceased
of Lad. County, Florida, to Ike
lint) Judges ,,f Bade County, and
the sam. in duplicate and as pro-
ii s.. tniTi 733 16, Florida Sta-
th.ir offii.s in the County
lurthou-.- in ilad.- County, Florida,
Inn 'iv ,,|. .id.,:- month* from the
nt the (irst publication hereof,
the mune uiii be barred
I >aled i Miami, Florida, this !Sth
> of 11. i. I.. i. A 11 ISSN
1.1 IRH II JBANNIN
An Administratrix
I' '. lilll.li. all......f this not......i
'' da) of November, 1968
HURT I. WBINTRAUB
Homey for Administratrix
"1 Meridian Avenue
'"I Beai-h, Florida
II 1-8 15-32
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
!N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68 16584
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ll.RCBDBX ii.ikha
Plaintiff,
M VNCKI.OJKMA.
Ii'fendant
1" MANUEL C1JKDA
MUaaro 7 idsii-
Vibora. Ilavalia
< 'ubn
-'OU, MANIfPjf, OJKl>A. are here I
1 noiifie.1 thai a Hill of Complaint I
Divorce has been filed affainat
' u. and you are r 11> i. ,1 to aervi I
tit!? y"Ur *"*'"' '" PleadlllR to i
IHII of Complaint on th. Plaintiff." j
''.<."n",v- '-KSTF.K ROUE1I8. HBO..1
J N Mlh Street. Miami. Florida
116 and file the orlKinal Answer or
'dniK i ,he orfloe of the Clerk
tnik j lr,ui1 ''ourt on or be/ore the
in .lay of December, ttM. if \..u
ii nil., K. JuilKment by default will
e taken asalnnj you for the reMel
.;;anded in the HiII ,,f C.,m|.laint.
'"'* noli.-, shall be published once
i- tu!-\ '."' f"ur oiis..utu,- nreekH
TBR j(.;uisH KU>l{,i,|AN
' AS.....IDBRBD at Mia
"Brace yourself. Doctor,today I feel good!
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 60088-B
In UK: Kslate 01
Kl.l.v DANZIGBR
i Dcceaaed.
NOTICE TH CKKIXTOUS
To .VII Creditor- and All Peraon Uav-
in>r C3ailDH or Ii.mands A^ainsl Said
K-tate
You ar.- hereby noClfled and requir-
ed lo present any .-laims and d- niaiwl-
which you may huve aainat the e-
1 tale nf KI.I-X DANZIOER deeeaned
late of Dude County, Florida, to the
I County .Iu.Ik'. of Dude County, and
ide the -..in. hi duplicate and as pro-
vided In flection i3S.I(. Florida sta-
lut.s. in their office* in the County
j Courthous. in Im.I. County, Florifbi.
, withm dlx calendar months from the
time of the first publication h- roof.
1 or the same will 1m- burreil
Haled at Miami. Florida, this 15th
dav of October. A.I) !
ILSB SI.MKNIIOFF
As Executrix
First puMieation of this not,.eon
the 18th dav of October. ISM
! C1.AIOE I. KUIIK1.
I Attorney for Bxecutris
19 W'.-ai Flaaler Btreat
Miami. Florldji 33130
10,18-2.'. 11/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 774*2-B
in RE: Estate of
WALTER J. MIGKIKWICZ
Deceased.
CITATION
THE STATE OF PI.4KIDA:
TO: AIU.KNK KAILS
Klizaheth Street
Bayreville, New Ji-r^>y
and
All Other Persons Con.-erned:
YOIJ ARK HEREBY notified that
a Petition ha*i b.en filed in said
tYiurt praylnjc for Assignment Of
Dower and you are hereby re.iuir.'d
to file your written defenses thereto
within thirty (30) days after tne
' first publication of pnatinit hereof,
and serve a copy thereof tnion peii-
tioni-r's iittoraey. whose name and
address are!
WILLIAM .1 <: 'l.liU'tiKN
1699 Coral Way
Miami. Florida 33145
if you fall to do -o. ludirmenl may
i.. entered in due rourw upon the
petition
VV1TNERS Ml' HAND and the Real
of Raid Court nl Miami. Ihlde Cni..ty.
Florida this 38th dav of fh-lobet I96S
FRANK Ii DOW hi NO
i oumy Judke
By: .MKI.HA c DICK
Clerk
P I SF.AI.
First Publlahed > Poxled on Movi mb
IT I, l'.LS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-:6643
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1/iVVAZ P. IKM.il KTK.
Plaintiff,
vs.
IRENE n .MOKAIJ--S
de IK KJFETE
i Defendant,
TO: IRENE P MORALES
.1. pourktk.
San Rafael
No ln:i
Havana. Cuba
voi AUK HEREBY NOTIFBSD lhal
,a Complaint for Divorce haa tn'i-n
filed ajrainal you, jind you are requlr-
| ed to nerve a copy of your A newer
thereto on Plaintiffs Attorney, HER-
NAKll It JAFFE 8U Ainsl. > llulld-
' iiik. .Miami. Florida 33133, and (lie the
I original Answer ra the Offloe of the
.'l.rk of the Cir.-uit Court of iv.ule
County. Florida, on or before the 6th
Ida) Of lle.eml.er. 1(I'1S; nlh.TM I-.', itttld
j Complaint for Divorce will be taken
,i- .onfe.si.cd by you.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this ttth
! da\ of October, I9CI
K. Ii UtATRERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
By: K M I.Y.MAN
Deputy Clerk
lLl-K-l.-.-JJ
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16539
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
jusEatU kk\st.
Plaintiff,
Vs
SYLVIA ERNST,
Defendant
TO KYLVIA ESRX8T
t:.7 F. I> K Drive
New York. New York
Y..u. SYLVIA BRN8T, an hereto)
notified that a Inn of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed fatnal you.
and you are required to ser\. n ropy
. of your Anmver or Pleading to the
| P.ill of Complaint on tin- Plaintiffs
attorney, ROBERT I. QROVBR, 358
Lincoln Ron.I. .Miami Reach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in th. nfflci of the Clerk "i the
circuit c.iun on or before the gth day
of December, 1968 If you fail to do s.i,
iu.lirm.nl by default will be taken
auainst >..u for the n lief demanded
in the Itill of Complaint,
This notice sdai! be publlahed once
each week for four eonMecutivt iveekn
hi THE JEWISH FMlHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, thin J.'.ih day of October A I'
19(8.
E. It. LEATHBRMAN, clerk
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy (lerk
(Circuit Couri Beal)
ROBERTL OROVBR
.-in lancoin Road
.Miami Reach, Florida
UI-1S41
Attorney for Plaintiff
II I--1.,-_.'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
'; No. 80578-C
III RE: Kst.-u. .,(
_ WILLIAM LA POINT.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
il
i..--in.
BEAL
her In.
Hauu
rid
II
TO Ml i "r.-diiors and All
ing Claim AgHinal Said ESxtatt
You are hereby notified and retiulred
to preaenl any claims and demand*
i which you may hav. again*! the es-
tate of WILLIAM I.A P ed hue i [..ie County. Florida, t..
the County Judgex nf Had. County,
and file the same in duplicate anil as
provided In Section 733.16, Hlorida
si..tuts. In their nfflcea in the County
Courthouae in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from tne
time of the first publication hereof, .>r
the sam. will be barred
Dated :.l .Miami, Florida, tins i;ih
day of October, A.I" 1968
.MINNA SCHRIEBER
As Administratrix
First publication of Ihis ii..li
the '.".th dav ..| October, I96
SI.MOV. HAYS ,x
CRl'NDWBRO
Attorney for Kstat.- ,.f
, WILLIAM LA POINT
Deceased
. 101 Ain^ley ItuiliihiR
i Miami. Florida
II
on
II
s I :.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
statutes Annotated 1941>, Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ARE VAN LINES a Florida
corporation by virtue of i,v warehouse
Inn has In its poaaaaaion the follow-
int described property:
t's. d Household floods as th.' property
of MANN1K COLLIER, whose last
known adresa was ISM N.W ^"Sth
SM.'i-t. Miami. Florida and that on the
SSitd day of November, l ****** during the
legal h..urs of ante, mainly between
II ...i forenoon and no in the after.
noon at 2136 N.W. 24th Avantie, Miami.
Florida, the underalgned -hall offer for
nab lo the highest bidder for cash
In hand the above described propi rt)
..I MANIF. COl I IBR
Hated nt Miami. Florida, tin- 29th
iliij ,.f i h tober, 1968
II.is
NOTICE OF APP1 ICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER ?f<722
Acts of 1941
File No. 68 A 5S6
IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
oiin. holder nf count) Tnn
numbered "914. T'-:!-'.
I the 1st day of June
Vi iTICI
Martin u
Sale Certll
ami s,,sv i-sll
ii i v ID-SI
ii
^'da. ii,i. JMh ,iay",'.f'o.itober'A.'d!
i: ': IFATHF.ItMAN, Clerk,
"' "!l < ourt, Hade County, Florida
By: K M I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
Ii "ourt S.ali
', R/H1BR8, Q8Q.
'1 MHi Street
"'mi. Florida
'" Plaintiff
n i-n ra-n
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
JOHN JOSEPH CYPHERS.
Plaintiff,
I.ORKNK CYPHERS.
Defendant.
To MRS LORBNB CYPHERS
Lot No SO Suffolk Pine*
Trailer Park
West Hampton Beach,
L I., New York
You. LORENE CYPHERS, are hare-
by notified that a Itill of Complaint
for 1)1x00* haw been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, ENOEL POLLACK,
1700 K.W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida.
Telephone: MS-S520 and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
i or before th. .th da) of December,
i 196* If viiu fall to do so. iu.ls-inenl h)
I default will he tak.n ngalnal you f-.r
I the relief demanded in the Rill of
i '..nmlaitit
This notic shall be publlahed once
each week for four conseoutlvi u..l-
in Till-: JEWISH Ff> IRID1 \N
DONE ANO ORDERED al Mian
Florida .this 30th day nf October A l>
1968
B B l.KATHKltM \ v. Cb rk
Circuit <'ourt, Dade Count) Florida
B) C P COPBLAND
11.mit\ ci. rk
.Circuit i "ourl s. .il i
BNOELA POLLACK
Attorn, -vv for ih. Plain! Iff
1700 N W Tih Sin i
Miami, Florida
11/1 8-15
. \ o 1966, hae filed same m my office,
and ha> in:..i. annllontlon for a tax
.Ii .1 in he issue! thereon Said c. r
i Ifli ittev ml rnci the follow ing de- j
nerlhed property, In the County .(
I lade, State f Florida, In il
Lot in Block >. South Miami Hgt*
v.i.l H ci.it P....I. 23 Pnge l In
the Count) of Hade, State of Flo-
rida, as embraced in Certificate
\'.. 7914 Th. assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name of C, F.
Hanson. Anul. This deed will be
limued subject to 1968 Count)
(axes and liens
l.t :ix Rinck IS South Miami
Height* \dd c. Plat Booh -'^
Page 17 in th. County of Hoi..
State of Florida, as .-mhra.....1 in
Certificate No 79JS, The aaaeaa-
mini of said propi-rty under tho
said certificate issued wan in the
name of C A Fulch. This deed
will be Issued subject to 1968
County taxes and Hens
l>its 4.1 44 Hlo.-k II. S Miami
Heights Add <1. Plat !t....k 2S
Paw.- 12 In the County nf Dade,
State of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No, R688, The aaseaa-
meiii ..f aald property under the
-aid certificate t.-u.-l Wan in the
nnmi ..f I K Hum This deed
u .11 i.. ...il. .1 ...l.i. ,.| ,.,,;s
Count) taxes and liens
i nli bi "iiltl c. n in, m ,, s Khali he re-
deemed according to law, Ih. i.t-iiin rlv
"i s.-i-ll.i .1 Ii, .ein u ill I.....i.l |n II .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-16294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' I1YMAN BEISPIEL,
; Plaintiff,
I MO|.I,Y IIKISPIKI.
Defendant
TO: MOLLY BEISPIEL
-4 Marlboro t 'ourt
fclaywood, New Jersey
You. MoLI.Y BEISPIEL, are here-
by notified that a itill of Complaint
! tor Divorce has been filed against you,
I and you are reflttlred to serve a copy
of your Answer ..r Pleading to the
Itill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. JOHN RBPHI'N. 1370 Wi-li-
I ington Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida
38139 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or befort the
; 29th day of November, 1968 If you
fail to do s,,, judgment by default
wir he taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the hill of l 'om-
pbi inl
'this notice -hall be publlahed onee
each week for four consecutive \\ .-.(.-
I in TI1K JBWISH FloRIDIAN
IMiNK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. Ii is S2nd da) ..f Octobi i ,\ 11
I At H
I? II I.KATHKH M W l.rk
i '>. nit i 'ourt, I ..nl. i 'ount; Ploridn
B) K M I.YMAN
I.....it) i Merit
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSH RBPHCN
ii?1' \\ iishington \ in
Miami Beach, Floridn
Attorney for Plait I fl
Ifl .'. |.S i-,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-15602
CHARLES lAi'OHS. and
W'll.MA .1 Ai i IBS, his wife,
PlalmrTr*,
BLAINBT Fclks formerly
known ai BLAINET BEALY
I i. f. ndanl s
TO: KI.AINK T F.' i I ,F.S
known as KI.AINK T
and JACK BCCLES,
hand I'll BOX 17,
Hawaii 96717, and
NELLIE M BI'NKEIl
BI'NKBR, h.r httshaad. u mac -
ed, residence unknown, and
MARGARET R. FISHER
FISHER, h.r husband '
married residence unknown h
J II VANDBNBOO&I, .III '
NANHKNI' a iM I s
wife, residence unknown, and
FRED A. WOLF and CORNEL.*.
II WOLF, his wife i.-i.l.i -
linkiiow n. and
FRANCES C. OEISE and
hkisk. her husi.and if marrii I,
residence unknown, and
A (( V'AN'DENBOOM. and EDNA
RENR1ETTE VANDENBOOJ
his wife, residence unknoa'n, a.d
HACK AND ALL OF Tlli-2
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS,
IF LIVING. AND IF DE-\l>
THEIR RhXS|'E KNOWN 8POFSE8, HEIRS.
DEVISEES, ORANTEES, AS-
SIONEE8, CREDITORS. IJEX-
"PS. TRI'STBES, SUCCESSOR!!,
AND ALL THOSE i I.AIMI.M;
INTEREST BY, THP.oi.ni >;
AGAINST ANY OF Till: ABOVB
DEr'BNDANTS, AND OTHER
WISE, residence unknown, a
Al.I. OTHER UNKNOWN PAR-
TIBS HAVING OR ci.ai.M1M:
Tfl HAVE ANY RIGHT. T1TI H
OR INTEREST IN. OR LIES
UPON THE REAL PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED, PART THEREOF, rest I. nee u -
known.
You are hereby notified thai a pi
ceeding I" qui.t title has been broug I
in Hi. cir.-uit Court for Dade Count),
Florida, against all persons clatmil -'
aiiv estate, right, title or interest
or lien upon the followiug descrlb.
r. al property, situated In Dade County,
Florid ., to w it:
Ix.t '.'.. and the West :i feel I 1.0
8, in CORAL WAY CENTER
.m '.i-ilini; to thi< Plat thereol
recorded In Plat Book al Pag
7-.. of the Public R.c.rds nf Had.
County, Florida
And you ai. hereby required to l .>
with the Cl.rk of said Court your
written defenses to the Complali
and lo HerVl a copy th.-rnf on Pin!
tiffs attorney, HENRY NORTON,
14)06 Biscayne Building, Miami, Fl -
rida. on or I..lore the 12nd day f
Novemher. 1968, otherwisi Judgme I
will i>. entered against you by d--
fault.
Willie.-- m> hand and seal Of
i'ourl. at Miami. Hade Count)
rida, 'in- i",i, day of October,
E. I'. I.EA I'll FILM AN
Clerk of the Or. uit Court
1 la.I. Countv. Florida
lt> : N A HBWBTT
Deputy Clerk
HENRY NORTON
Attorne) for Plaintiffs
I4mi Biscayne Ruilding
Miami. Florida 33180
10/1B-SS 11 l-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 68-15562
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FE IRENE DE VARONA CAMP" S,
Fl-
1 -
Plaintiff,
vs,
f
oll.-t lloll-e
ih. month
II. ,|le
\ I i !'..;>
.( i >. loher, \ 11
i I. diter nl ii
M.i
I.....nbi \ Ii '
2nd da* of 11.
11 .1 in- [i h dm
f.i.-
R I'. I.EATHEBMAN, CIi rk
Circuit Court, Dade Countv, Florida
B) P P (H'LDSTRAND
!> put) l 'I. rk
(Circuit I ..in Seal)
1I/I-- IS JL'
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68 15881
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l! \ i.I'll PBRROTTA,
Plaintiff
\ s.
I >\"NA 1. PBRROTTA,
Defendant
T( i I" INN \ I. PERRi ITT V
. /.. Constance Weather.
2134 N'. Fernwood Drive
Savannah, t leorglo
You. DONNA 1. PERIKiTTA. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you arc required lo
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Convilaint on the
.Plaintiffs attorney. SHEVIN COOD-
| MAN A IIOLTZMAN, 346 Seybold
Building, Miami. Florida and file Ih.
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the I'ir.iiii
Court on or before the fJHh lay r.f
November, t!'t;v if you (all to do -...
nt.inc. in by default will be taken
against you for the relief d.-m.....led
in th.- Bill of Complain!
This notice shall be puhlishci! once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH Fl ORIHIAN
DONE AND ORDER BED Miami
Florida, tliis- iTih .l..\ of October A h
I'.i.s
r i: l BATHER*! \n. clerk
circuit Court. Had.- County, Florida
B) c p COPEI.AND
Hi'i'ini Cl.rk
tcircuit CiHiri Saall
sii BVI v. !( KIDMAN ,v-
Hi il I'V.M w
146 s. ybold Building
Mi...... Fkiridn
Allot in >s rot Plaintiff
in 23 11 i
At.!>< ENRI'.I'E CAMWK,
Defendant.
Til: ALU" ENRIQUE CAMrOS 1
31 c,iiar Avenue
Apt. No 16, West End
l.onc Branch, n.-\. Jersey
You. At.no BNRIQUE CAMPO.*,
I arc hereby notified that a Bill of Con
plain! i'^y Divorce has been fill
against you. and you ''' n^tulred ti
serv. ,i cop) of your Vnswer nr Plead-
, Ing I" Ih. Rill of Cninla'iil on li
Plaintiffs attorney, i.esti:k hol-
ers. BSQ-. ''C' N W 14th Si'..
Miami riorni. 33136 and file lh
orlginnl Answer nr Pleading In the
f id. Clerh of the CIi u
Court "ii or before 'I:.' 20th da) -i"
Novemher. 1968 If you fail lo do I
judgment b) default will i.-- tahi i
acainsi you for the relief demanded
in th.- Bill of Complaint
This notice thalj be published n
each -.v < .. for four consecutive v--
in THE JEWISH Fi-ORIHIAN.
l >NE AND ORDERED nl Ml
Florid t Ins inth day of I Ictoh
A l> :'
i: II LEATHBRMAN, CI. rk
Clrcull Court. Dade County, Florida
It) \' A BEWETT
I leput) tlerk
(Circuit Conn Seal)
I BSTBR Rt K1BR8, EJSQ, '
.....I \ VV I4lh Street
Miami Florida 33136
--.'.'. 11 /!-
IN THE COUNT V JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76805
In RE Estate of
! AI.VARo I.. OSORIO '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All person- II..
ing Claims or l>cmandsi Agai'nst S:.
Batate:
You arc hereby notifieil and requir-
ed 1.. pr. sent any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate Of AI.VARO L OSORIO il.c.a--
i .si late of Dadi County. Florida, to the
County Judges of liiide County,
i file the same in duplicate and
provided in Section T:',:l 16, Florid
statutes, in their offacea In thi Count)
Courthouae In nude County, Florida,.
i within -ix calendar months from thi
time of the tirst publication hi i
or th. name x*. ill be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, tins ir.th.
da> of i i.'tolior, A o IMH
RI.AICA R. PEN A OSORIO
As \iiiniinsl ralrix
Fust publication ol this not......it
111. txth dav of I Idol.i r. 1968
PA II. KU ITNBY, F.Si.i
SILVERSTE1N, KW ITNBY
a tK H niss
ai ion.. > s for Adrmnlsti att
420 l.n oln Road)
.
4.'n I.in. olll KOBOl
Miami Hi ... Ii. I'loii.ni
1 .'
. J." IS-iJ 11/1-8
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FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
Excluding
Kosher
Markets
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
Quantity Rights Reserved
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
N.Y. STRIPS
* WHOLE or
HALF
Cut & pockoged for your
freeier at no extra
cost to you. Lb.
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
N.Y. Strip Steaks l39 Rib Steaks
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN ^^ ^_
Chuck Steaks !:i"...59c
TOP U. S. CHOICE WESTERN 0^0^
Rib Roaitz^:.....lB.c
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN ^Ok ^Bk
California Roast 89
SHORT CUT
li. TRIMMED m.
FRESH-NEVER FROZEN-GRADE 'A'-GA. FLA. FREW ICED
Fryer j&***few LEG and BREAST QUARTERS .LB %^%RF
FRYER FRYER 0 ~ FRYER ,n
NECKS LB. 9C GIZZARDS LB J Jc LIVERSLB.OVc
if
Hunt's Tomato Juice .46oz can 37
SAVORY bPVtL)
Hunt's Tomato Catsup in. 35
UBB' S SI'CEO OR HALVES
KRAFTS
SAVE UP TO 20<
Yellow Cling Peaches 2c2i 39
WITH BUTTER SAUCE _
Ubby's Peas & Carrots ?cam729c
: BB- S GOLDEN WITH BUTTER SAUCi _
Whole Kernel Corn 0. can 29c
SALAD DRESSING W
FYNE TASTE 32_oz j^^
SALAD DRESSING jar 29^
LIMIT ONE JAR. EITHER BRAND. PL EASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF 15 OR MORE.E XCL UDINC CIGARETTES
TOP QUALITY VINE RIPENED CALIFORNIA
CANTALOUPES
SAVE ?Ck AMERICAN KOSHER _ft
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% FOOD FAIR } l(J j|||-
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TOP OUAUTY NORTHWEjr
DAnjouPears 29
GARDEN FRESH SNO WHITE ^_ ^_
Cauliflower 39c
TOP OUALITY NEW CROPFIORIOA ^^ ^_
Grapefruit 5 39
FOR
i SAVE ?0r KPAfT S 'A'.<0',S __
Velveeta Cheese Spread 2 99
MASTER S
SAVE UP TO 34<
CHOCK FULL O' NUTS COFFEE
Sour Half & Half.............^29'
FRESH CAUCHT
ALL PURPOSE
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ALL GRINDS
FOOD FAIR COFFEE.....'can 39c
ALL PURPOSE
ALL
PURPOSE
MB
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LARGEJERSEY M ^Rj
Flounder 37
FRESH
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LIMIT ONE CAN EITHER 8RAN0, PL E ASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE.E XCL UDINC CIGARETTES

Florida Caught Mackerel 35
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DEODORANT
LADY SCOTT
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2&49 TOILET
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AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH APPETIZER DEPTS.
ALL CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO OROER.
EVERYTHING ON DISPLAY...YOU SEE WHAT YOU BUT!
ROLLS
TO
PACK
LIMIT 2 PACtS.PLESE w,TH OTHER PURCHASE j OF SS OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE 10c IMPORTED HOllAND
Process Gouda Cheese is
RICH'S OVEN ROASTED SLICED
ALL DARK MEAT
I WICRvK 1 POUND
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