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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
Creation Date:
29 1968

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
29 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 48
Miami, Florida, Friday, November
29 1968
Two Sections
Price 2'.-;
Years In College Threaten Jewish Survival
KIAMESHA LAKE. NY. (JTA)
A New York rabbi warned here
|1 week that the four year stay of
Jewish youth on American cam-
[puses poses a threat to Jewish sur-
Ivival. Rabbi Saul I. Teplitz. of Con-
gregation Sons of Israel in Wood-
ere, II, chairman of the com-
i ssion on education of the United
f ;ue of America (Conserva
Bvel addressed the convention of
National Women's League of
ited Synagogue.
He said one reason why the cam-
pus environment was a "threat"
was that many Jewish professors
on campus who should be the ad-
visers, if not the ideas of youth,
do not possess a basic grounding
in Jewish heritaoe and its values
and thus are not able to ,-juide Jew-
ish youth.
Presidentelect Richard M Nixon
sent greetings to the convention.
It was Mr. Nixon's first message
to a Jewish organization since his
election and was addressed to Mrs
So] Henkind. League president. He
declared. "Programs such as yours
to advance religious, educational
and social service projects exem-
plify the kind of citizen involve-
ment which I have strongly advo-
cated and hope to strengthen dur-
ing the course of the next Admin-
istration."
In an address. Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
Temple Is
Back With
ioform Unit
By Special Report
KVY YORK The nations
\ -' Heform synagogue and the
|i 'i American Hebrew Con
i ns have resolved a widely-
(I dispute, and Temple
jianu El ot New York city has
Affiliated with the UAHC, parenl
ly of the Reform movement in
paism.
Carl Morse, chairman of the
trustees of the I'AIIC. and
Jin C. Coleman, president of the
York congregation, made a
statement, announcing the
that Temple Emanu-EI had
Dined and also that Mr. Cole-
fn has been elected to the board
tees by the Union, which rep-
-onie 700 North and South
an Reform synagogues.
Maurice Eisendrath. presi-
the L'AUC. paid tribute to
Coleman, Mr. Morse and Dr.
lhan A. Perilman. senior rabbi
Temple Emanu-EI, for their
is in reuniting the groups fol-
I reparation which began
IV 2. 1967.
The New York congregation re-
ned then in a dispute with Dr.
endrath, who was criticized by
red R. Bachrach, who was presi-
kt of Emanu-EI at the time, for
jng as a personal spokesman for
form Jews on political and so-
stodies.
Eisendrath was honored
tin- I AHC over the weekend on
n of his 25th anniver-
a president of the Union.
than 500 prominent figures
he fields of religion, education
" business saluted him at a New
k Hilton Hotel dinner -for his
- participation in the strug-
r human rights and world
"ejected the contention that the
youth of today are bereft of re-
gion. He told the 2.000 delegates,
"Their impatience with and revolt
against the injustice and smugness
of society is compatiole with re-
ligion, since our Hebrew prophets
too were vociferous in expressing
their sense of indignation at the
smugness of their times.
"What is remiss is that our youth
today follow only one aspect of
Hue religion, namely thai of pro-
OUTRAGk IS CONDEMNED
test and quest for change." Dr.
Finkelstein added, 'while ignoring
the second aspect of the integral
whole of religionthe observances
of rituals and the adherence to the
heritage of our forefathers aiulthe
tenets of our faith."
Mrs. Joseph Wagenheim. 'he
League's affiliations chairman
the convention that 37 new s
hoods have been added in the
Continued on Page 8-A
Jerusalem Mourns Its
Terror Bomb Victims
DR. tlSCNDRATH
JERUSALEM (JTA) East Je-
rusalem returned to normal this
week as a curlew imposed after
i Friday's explosion in the Jewish
Mahane Yehuda marketplace in
the western sector of the city was
lifted. The blast, caused by" high
Zionist Movement Is
Still Far From GoaF
NEW YORK (JTAi-Dr. Nah im
Goldmann said here this week that
Hie Zionist movement, far from
having fulfilled its mission, "has al
best reached half-way to it>
and maybe less He defined flat
goal as mobilization of the support
of world Jewry for Israel and fur-
thering of large-scale immigration
li> Jews from the free nations who
would go to Israel not because of
necessity or persecution but for
idealistic reasons.
Dr. Goldmann. president of the
World Jewish Congress and for-
mer president of the World Zionist
Organization, was principal speak
er at the annual dinner of the
Zionist Organization of America
attended by about 1.000 He was
presented with the ZOA's Theodor
Herzl Award, highest honor be-
stowed by that organization. He re-
ceived a message of greeting from
President Lyndon B. Johnson, who
offered congratulations and called
the award "a fitting symbol of a
career of magnificent achievement
in the cause of Jewish freedom."
Dr. Goldmann said that so long
as the Arab states refuse to recog-
explosives concealed in a parked] Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
car, killed 12 persons, only eight of ited the scene of the blast He
whom have been identified. All of called the explosion an "OUtl
the identified dead were from Je- ;hat "revealed the true nature of
rusalem. and a' least one was an Israel's enemies." and said respon-
Arab. Another, a hoy about 13. may sibility for il bell nged to the Vrab
have been an Arab Fifty persons rulers who have encouraged ter
were hospitalized, and the explo- rorisl activities 'Thej i"a i to
sion caused extensive propert) defeat Israel on the battlefield so
damage -bey turned to the murder ol i
hive hundred Arabs were de- ian.- by hit and-rim tactics." lie
tamed fr questioning during the praised the self-restrain! shown by
hours alter -lie explosion, but only the Jewish populat
O^huSd^ '
with curfew vSo.ations and ^^J
appear in court. Municipal work- downtown Jerusalem, k,lm,
ers many o them Arabs, cleared ,.,,,,,, a:i(( woundi -,
t A rin waarketP,aCe;K^^ Je iS" *>*** ">m^ "' '
on Agrippas Waj near the Mca .,,,,,,,,,,-, ,,..., ,.
Shearim quarter, a district n-'iab- '
ited mainly by Orthodox Jews Continued on Page 8-A
Labor Party Gains Its
First Knesset Majority
DR. NAHUM GOIDMAHN
nizc Israel's existence. "Israel will
. have to prepare to fight if
necessary and certainly (must) re-
main armed and strong in order to
deter Arab aggression. This will
require super human efforts .
which, without the full solidarity-
Continued on Page 6-A
TEL AVIV iJTAi By a vote of
.' lo 238, Mapam, Israel's left-
wing labor party, has approved
political alignment with the Israel
Labor Parly ol Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol. This paves the way for an
absolute majority in the Knesset
(Parliament) for the first time in
Israel's history. The alignment will
have 67 seats in the chamber and
will also apply in municipal coun-
cils and in Histadrut, Israel's labor
federation. There were only four
abstentions when the vote was
taken.
The balloting was preceded by-
some emotional speeches by party
WILL ACCEPT EMISSARY
israel Insists On Investigation Of Jews' Plight
members who feared that Mapam,
which is to the left of the tii
factions which comprise the 1-:
Labor PartyMapai. Rafi and Ach-
dut Avodahwould be swallowed
up. losing its unique identit) But
the opposition was unable to over-
come the practical argument for
alignment. Those favoring the
move declared that the problems
of the state have priority over the
problems of any individual party.
and noted that as a member of the
alignment. Mapam would have a
seat at the policy-making tables in-
stead of just giving or withholding
its vote on historic decisions, as in
the past.
Mapam and Labor Party leaders
will meet shortly to work out im-
plementation of the alignment,
IN THIS ISSUE
H'
SALEM (JTAV-The Israel
I has agreed to accept a
11 I Nations emissary to study
''""is of the Arabs in the oc-
1 territories but only on con-
thit the emissary be per-
' inform himself on the
itton of Jews in the Arab
*nes. The Cabinet's decision
1 reiteration of Israel's previ
'and on the so-called humani-
nission which has been
bj I'nited Nations Sec-
retary-General U Thant.
The Security ( oimcil has. by a
12-0 vote, adopted a resolution ask
ing the Secretary-General to send
another emissary to study condi-
tions in Israel-held territories and
called on Israel to permit the em-
issary to inspect the living condi-
tions and treatment of Arabs there.
The United States. Canada and
Denmark abstained from voting on
the resolution.
Official quarters refused to elab-
orate on the Cabinet announce-
ment, but one authoritative source
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy that the "oblique wording" was
chosen so that Israel could say
"no" without actually using the
word.
The Israel government has said
all along that it had no objection
to anyone studying conditions in
the occupied territories. But Israel
considers the present plight of the
Jews in Arab countries to be a
direct result of the June. 1067 war A!? **
and therefore has demanded that Bar Mitzvah 12.b
an investigation into it be included Book Review 15A
in a second emissary's terms of candi.ghtmg ioa
reference. They pointed out that the Cohe
first such emissary. Nils Goran-
Gussing, who visited the area last
year, was admitted to Egypt. Syria
and Lebanon but was unable to say
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Jews there in his report because
he was not given sufficient infor-
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Friday, Noverr.ber 29, \\

Don Adolfo Kates Is
Cuban Fete Honoree
Don Adolfo Kates, distinguished
former head of the Jewish com
munity ol Cuba, has been named
the recipient of the Israel Freedom
Medallion to be presented at the
first t'uban-Nrael Dinner of State
to be held Sunday evening, Dec. 15.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
In Cuba, Kates' contributions on
behalf of the Jewish community
and lrael had brought him many
honors. He is proud of letters and
telegrams from Joseph Burg, the
late Dr Abba Htllel Silver, who
was chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors for State of Israel Bonds;
and Dr, Joseph J. Schwartz, exec-
utive vice president of Israel
Bonds. *
Kates was honorary president of
DON ADOlfO KATCS
Mark 10th Anniversary
Hrsl Miami Beach Golden
Ring I for senior citizens, organ
fro.n the Workmen's Circle, "ill
- loth Buniversarj al a
banquet at the Embassy Restau
rant, Washington Ave, and I4'.h St.,
2 80 p m Sundaj. Pec. 8.
Installation of officers for 1969
M ill take place.
the United Pro Israel Campaign in
tuba, honorary member of LaCasa
de la Comunidab Habrea de Cuba,
president of the United Hebrew
Congregation there, past president
and founder of the Maimonides
Lodge of B'nai B'rlth and honorary
president of the Board of Gover-
nors of the Cuban Israel Bond
Drive.
Heading preparations for the
dinner are Isaac Silberberg, chair-
man; Naum Rosencwaig and Ben
jamin Terner. cochairmen. I.eiba
Garmaizo, treasurer and Boruch
Shames, secretary.
Kates came to Havana 49 years
ago from Belgium, A Cuban citizen
since 1924, he holds the Com-
mander of the Cross of the Order
Of Carlos Manuel de Ccspedes "in
recognition of services rendered in
favor of Cuban interests." He is a
Chevalier oi the Legion oi Honor
Prance "for efficient coopers
tion in behalf of France during the
war and services rendered in the
,, inomic field."
Kates is an Officer of the Order
ol the Belgiai 11 a Commi
er of the 0 I Commen
Merit, a Comn r ol the Order
-..' Red Ci ss and was
p -omott d to Gi Cross of I
. ., order. H< '" ol the
Grand Plaque of the Order "2 de
tin.
! lei Castro led Kates'
personal fortune of some $4 million
but he still wears his decorations
proudly.
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Friday, November 29, 1968
E. Albert Pallot of Miami Beach
| bt en named the new na-
tional rhaiiman of the B'na.
JB'rith Commission on Com
inanity and Veterans Services
ich conducts volunteer wel
jfa:e programs for servicemen,
ped persons end senior
I SI Teenagers
[Hold Conclave At
lamp Owaissa
Representing 12 conservative
louth i lorida congregations, 120
ecnagcrs participated in a sub
leional convention last weekend
ki Cam] Owaissa Bauer in Home
i
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, re
lional director of United Syna
uue Youth, said the theme of Ihe
[nvent in, "Clean Hands and a
re Heart," was developed in .>
>bath Retreat with the Book ol
ilms as a textbook.
Saturday's events featured a ere
h ve arts session with scene." from
salnis reproduced in forms of art.
irkshopi were conducted Sunday
korning
Rabbi Irwin Cutler serve I as
!idenl rabbi; others participal
luded Abraham Gittelson. e lu
ion director on sabbatical leave
in Beth Torah Congregation, and
les Einhorn, education director
11 | Beth Sholom in Holly-
emple Sinai Players
o Stage 'Milk and Honey'
I'enr Sinai Players will pre
re performance
Bra hi aj mush tl, "Milk
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
c 7. at Highland oak- Elemen-
Si il, 20500 NE 24th Ave .
|orth Miami Beach.
Directed by Evelyn Fejdman
m, the musical play will !>< re
ated ai 8:30 p.m Sunday. Dec. 8
well as the following Saturdaj
d Sunday, Dec 14 and 15 A stu-
m matinee is scheduled lor 2:45
Lm. Sunday, Dec. 8
Albert Botway is the musical di
ictor.
fJtwisti fkridmnr)
Paqe 3-A
Rabbi Lehrman Is Slated For
Honorary Degree By Seminary
friend- who, he said, never allowed
him "to walk alone" and providi i
him with the strength to meet all
(hallenges
1 "'' ......i nt, ch ic. re-
academic and busin
; all parts of thi countrj jo ned
liqui te to
1 was
1 : the ement
'
u.il S
Amer i a u U i infer an
loci i gree
in the sp remple
Em
Di Bernard Manueib
it ot Ihe Jewish Theolo u al
..... the ho
the Silvei Annivi rsarj
ri ibute Ball i lebrating 25 ye u -
>i service to Temple Emanu El bj
- internationally-renowned rabbi.
Special awards to Ihe honorec
were presente I I ) Got Claude u
Kirk. Jr. ot Florida and by Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dermer, in be-
n.ill n! the citizens of Dr, Lehr-
- state and cit).
In his message of tribute to the
guest of honor, Gov. Kirk said that
while Rabbi Lehrman "met the
challenge of leadership, he never
lost sight of the needs of his con-
gregation." Gov. Kirk oraised Dr.
Lehrmans foresight "in establish-
ing an ojtoost of reliqious educa-
tion in Soulh Florida."
The United Jewish Appeal and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion gave surpVisi awards to the
rabbi, with Federation past pri -.
lent Si Inej Lefcourt making the
nl to the man who chair-
ed two consecutive successful
combined Jewish Appeal drives.
Rabbi Henrj Siegman of New
York, national executive vice pres-
ident of ihe Synagogue Council of
America, tendered .. special award
lo Dr. lehrman. now serving as
> ii pic- ihe coordinating
ot I irthodox. Consi r\ ative
in : Refoi -m
Samuel N Fi
.ii l em pie Emanu El longer than
mj other mat I currentIj thi
ii man of its [directors
i i tiaii ma
I,
Mr. F.i:d!?nd c'ficially an-
ncunctd th renaming of -,!io |rv
ng Lehrman Day School of Temple
erranu-EI *r of an Irvin3 Lehrman Foundation
Fend to sj'-oit the larqesf He-
brew day school in ('ie South un-
tied Ihe ausp;ces of a Conservative
;o^.iregation
Josi nil Col 'it nt Ihe
-> nagosue, ressi Ml Dr. Lehr-
man asked lor gilts i>> the school
rather than t. himseil, and among
those responding with contribu-
tions were Go\ Kirk personally.
and Archbishop Coleman F. Car-
.. >.. r^tho'ip \rchd;ocese of
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Volume 41
Friday. November 29,
8 KISLEV 5729
Number 48
1968
^/Matter ef \f*ct /y.-
/ JOSEPH flLSDP
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The Great Terror'

Arab Terrorists Aim
At Wholesale Death
It is now nearly a year and a
: : 1 since Israel emerged the victor
the Six-Day War against the nu-
merically superior Arab forces.
In the United States, where we
were deeply preoccupied with the
Vietnam war, there was a general
Bigh of relief at the time the Israel-
Arab war ended quickly and with
0 minimum of bloodshed. Israel's
crestige was very high because it
i fought against tremendous odds.
Since that time, however, it has
:=:ome fashionable in some circles
IC side with the Arabs as the "under-
c :g" and to idolize the Arab terrorist
movements as liberation forces in a
ju*1 cause.
American television audiences
c:e treated to special reports orginat-
ir.g from various El Fatah training
centers in Jordan and depicting the
determination of these terrorists to
..berate" territories from Israeli
control.
No amount of glamorization of
their cause, however, can cover up
the true nature and character of the
Arab terror movement.
This character has been made plainly evi-
dent in the nature of the repeated attacks
crainst Israeli civilians with the full extent of
IS bloodtnirsty aims clearly shown in last
week's bombing of a Jerusalem market in which
-any were killed and scores were Critically
.-. ured.
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Not A Military Target
The Macihne Yehuda market here where the
rr.assive bias was set off was not a military tar-
ret. Nor was it a major site of commerce or in-
cstry that might in some way affect the
economy of Israel.
It was a teeming area of small food shops
cr.d outdoor fruit and vegetable stalls where,
usually under conditions of saualor thousands
o: Israeli Oriental Jews huddle together to go
ciout their meager purchases of weekday and
Sabbath provisions.
It is a marketplace that could provide the
maximum loss of life at the hands of the en-
terprising terrorists who can now glorfy in their
courage and determination that resulted in the
ceaths of men, women and children.
Yet the ways of propaganda are strange, in-
deed.
How many Americans will be persuaded of
what they will be led to believe are the over-
riding causes of justice of the El Fatah groups
when, in fact, bloodshed alone is the goal?
Certainly, no aspect of the Middle East crisis
b* deserving of more immediate attention by
t.-.e world community than the Arab terrorist
campaign that leaves Israel no alternative but
vigorous and decisive retaliation.
mi quamoN is: cam He sw.m?
Mediterranean and demands for American
evacuation of that area.
The threats climaxed a period of stepped
up activity on the part of the Kremlin to bolster
the Arab war potential.
These efforts have included the arrival of
Soviet Air Force pilots in Egypt and the begin-
aing of tactical surveillance flights over the
U.S. Sixth Fleet and the recent NATO maneuv-
ers. ,
The movement of scores of Russian naval
vessels into the Mediterranean, including
missle-firing submarines, can only aggravate an
already tense situation.
With the increased wave of Arab terror i
already taxing Israel's patience to the break-
ing point. Communist aid in the form of wea-
pons and technical advice to El Fatah groups
operating out of Jordan can only be interpreted
by Israel as full-scale support of the terrorist
acts against its men. women and children.
Obviously, neither the Arab states con-
cerned nor the Russians are really convinced
that the United States will back Israel in the
event of a showdown.
Clearcut assurances alonq these lines by
both the outgoing and the incoming adminis-
trations could go a long way toward restoring
stability in the Middle East.
WASHINGTON The Great
Terror" by Robert Conquest is
the first authoritative, truly com-
prehensive account of one of the
key events in thi- century-
Stalin's vast and fearful blood-
purge of the Soviet Union. As
such, it is iH'th frightening and
important And since it has re
ceived suspiciouslv little atten
tion to date, It is the topk of this
irt.
it is a frightening book be-
cause Of what it tells US has been
happening :<> huge sector of hu-
man society in the supposedlj
endized 20th century
Consider, to begin with. Con-
quest's cool elaborate!) docu-
mented computation of those who
lost then- lives by Stalin's will
i bv the han Is >f his dark
minions, Yagoda, Yethov and
Beria, and then- subordinate exe-
cutioners, torturers and labor-
camp managers.
20 Million Dead
A minimum count of the dead,
according to Conquest, includes
seven million peasants who per-
ished during Stalin's forced col-
lectivization of agriculture, plus at
least a million political purgees
directly sentenced to deatl
another 12 million or mor
liticals" who succumbed i
fearful death-in-life, of thi
camps
"Thus.' writes Conqui -
we get a figure of 2
dead." and he add> tti n
lire Is probably far too
contrast to George F. K
"Siberia and the Exile S
which touched off a pi
nf moral indignation
the Western world in tl
19th century.
When Kennan render-'
port in 1891. the Czarlsl
seldom executed their
prisoners who wen
near-exclusive topic. M
liticals.'' moreover, were
exiled to Siberian villa--
nan describes picnickint
p And it Kennan
led upon, the jr u
all political prisoners in
for the years 1879 thro ig! :884
was ti" less than 749'
Backward Hffimf
Such was the backwai
the most politically
major regime that existed any
Continued on Poe 11 A
C__-.'xniu'iif btf:
EDWkHD COHEN
High-Flying Morals
Until January 20
Despite the assurances that the American
people have of a smooth transition from the
Johnson to the Nixon administration, there has
been ample evidence that the Soviet Union has
choeen this crucial period to intensify its pene-
tration of the Mediterranean and the Middle
East.
A case in point is the series of threats in
cifical Soviet publicahcn3 against the continued
presence of the United States Sixth Fleet in the
A Job Well Done
O.ice again the leaders, volunteers and con-
tributors to the United Fund oi Dade County
can look with satisfaction at a successful cam-
paign with the attainment of its goal which was
set this year at S4.453.900.
Under the able chairmanship of Robert
Macht. a realistic goal was again set this year
nnd through the selfless and untiring efforts of
\he leadership and the many volunteers, the
job was done.
Those responsible deserve the praise and
gratitude of the entire community which will
stand to benefit from their efforts.
The mujor factor in the success of each year's
United Fund campaign is recognition by resi
dents throughout Dade County of the vital ser-
vices performed by the health and welfare
agencies that benefit from the campaign.
It also reflects a general understanding
that the health and welfare of any part of our
community affect the well being of all of us.
I was flying back from New
York the other evening when one
of those flashes which change a
man's life sent me burrowing into
my attache case for pen and
paper:
"The North is a strange place."
I wrote. "It is uncomfortably cold
outdoors and uncomfortably warm
indoors How strange that people
live there'
Thus it is. that after little more
in a decade ol Miami residence
the return South is really "going
home." It accounts for the fact. I
imagine, that lately I have been
making one day round tnp> to at-
tend neee.sary meeting- rather
than stretching the time out as I
used to New York isn't even a
good place to visit, let alone live
there.
Although flight time is well un-
der three hours, it gives one a
chance to catch up with the kind
of news reports of little concern.
ordinarily Sometimes I wish the
Jewish Floridian would give us
more positive headlines, like:
"Jewish Girls Top Chastity Sur-
vey instead of the ones I
came home to: "Federations
Stress Danger of Crisis Condi-
tions." "Jews Irked by Naming
of Schroeder." "Last Jew is Oust-
e.l from Polish Politburo" and
"Pleas on Soviet Jewry"all on
the front page. And inside'' "Syn-
agogue Leader Raps Jewish Edu-
cation Gap." "Dayan Is Attacked
by Soviet Papers," "California
Rabbis Rap Organ.. Wok*
ing Sabbath." etc.
I suppose we tak- tl chat*
of our Jewish girls I -.jn!rt
but it IS nice to ki ** '
study by the Univei ': f T
ronto proves what wi ha** ''
sumed all along: thai
Jewish girls who ***
their religious belie:- are 81F
cent virgin, a- com]
percent of the Cal
74 percent of the Pi
What makes this "' *jj
impressive is that th-' Jt
girls far outdistanced the caj
in response to the qu< -'"'"'
maintaining their faith l*
percent of the V-
were either atheists -nos^
27 percent of the CathoUetJj
only 18 percent of the J
girls had any doubt ^"'L
a severe blow to the "- ,
headline writers, but a son
much satisfaction for *"
tivists.
Even more, the **JZ
be viewed as itreng .nin. ^
eternal chauvinism. >>< w
give comfort to those ^
still believe in a double SWJJ
(whatever did happen 10 l
,s a way of sex Hit *
came to the male reF*
married Jewish men had
frequent sex in more tM
.. their unit1*"
as many cases a5 '"ir u
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Friday. November 29. 1968
Jewlsti ffcr/kfifr/n
Chanukah Fete Is Set For Dec. 22
.Tan Pecrce. world-famous sing- T
er. will head the list of celebrated
stars of the entertainment world
at the annual communitv-u le
Channkah Festival in the Miami
Beach Auditorium Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 22.
The popular opera-concert star
has lopped the list ot talent at each
' the prior Chanukah Festivals
th the exception of last year.
\ returning by popular re-
quest is Emil Cohen, noted humor-
I acclaimed throughout Europe
and the United States fur his Jew-
ish folk humor.
A hishli^ht of the Chanukah Fes-
tival will be the premiere presen-
on of The Saga of Jerusalem."
. ith a cast headed by Ken Taylor
and Arnold Warren. Choreography
Will be by Jack Nagle, well known
producer. ,
The program will feature the
Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra
under the
Breeskm.
Band, the Hora Festival Dancers,
and the Greater Miami Choral So
ciety under the direction of Law
rence Hedgpeth,
The Chanukah Festival is spon-
sored by the Israel Bond Organiza- '
tion. Complimentary tickets are '
available to all Greater Miami 1968
Israel Bond purchasers.
"The Saga of Jerusalem," writ-
ten by Aaron Kalian, commemo-
rates the liberation for the first
time in two thousand years of the
Old City of Jerusalem during (be
1967 Six-Day War.
The dramatic pageant carries a
three-fold theme, marking the 20th
anniversary of Israel's Statehood,
the liberation of Jerusalem and the
- triumph of Judah Maccabee, who
JAS HHCI 2.000 years ago rallied the people
of Israel and led them to victory
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*Jmisi\ Meridian
Friday. November 29
Zionist Movement Is
'Still Far From Goal'
More than 40 leaders of the Greater Miami
Jewish community, under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federction, recently
attended the 37th General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds in Atlanta. The three winners of the
Presidents' Leadership Awards are shown
with Louis J. Fox. president of the Council.
Shown ifroin left> are: Robert H. Traurg,
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mr. Fox and Mrs.
Richard Brickman. Not pictured are Sidney
Lefcourt and Stanley C. Myers, who were
elected to the Board oi the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds.
Continued From Page 1-A
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ill sustain.
Diaspora as a I rm '. 'if'' in
situ
mil rity 1
ihi-
r the State,"
Dr. G I'"' -1'1 -'['"'-
i h
come i l*ra I i -'' a nev life
Future
tarj
immigral
\ -iron, X: nisi movement,
dedicated primarilj to the mobi
the J< a ish Diaspora
:-:.i. 1. to its unconditional
bsolutely
-- ntial f<>r the solution >! the
ntral problems of Israel's
future security and immi
tion.'" Dr Coldmann sal I
Earner, ZOA pn
Tbmyner told
nal i \- i ut
he '/... -
American i
youth c n
activities. I
401 i ,
ampuses, but
number an
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ignoranci m
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Farband Branch To M*e1
Bin Cur.on !'.:.- ,;
band will meel
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ditorium, 1234 Wa
Barnet Silver w
speaker
Rabbi Abramowitz In CJA Post
Babbj Mayer Abramowitz, r
itual leader Of Temple Men
has accepted a Cabinet Leaders
post in the Residence and High
Rise Dh.-: in oi the Great) r Mi-
'(.v.- Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign. i1 was
announci this week by Ken Es-
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Mr. Essi med the ra
nti 1 out the
ntial of this
in 1969 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign
A former president of the Rab
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Miami. Rabbi Abramowitz is a
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lewish Theological Seminary of
America, and was director of the
Joint Distribution Committee in
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vJenisfr f/criaFi&n
Page 7-A
Bureau Installation Is
Set For December 4
The Bureau of Jewish Education
[will celebrate it, 27th anniversary
with a program Wednesday which
I will include a sy.npo.sium. a teen
8 report on a pilgrimage to Is
Irael. and Installation of officers
I recently elected i>\ the Bureau.
The anniversary celebration will
Ibe held at the Algiers Hotel. 2555
Collins Avc.. .Miami Beach, at 8
I]> hi
The symposium will deal with
It he question, "Our Teenagers
What Can Judaism Teach Them?"'
rr.ui new personalities in the com-
munity will address themselves to
Ithis subject Rabbi Daniel E
Kirshblum, ass stant rabbi at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, and Rabbi Arthur
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A musical interlude will be pre-
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An evaluation of the new text-
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Rabbi David l.ehrfield. spiritual
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weekend in Washington, D.C.
Among those who will address
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Jacob's Ladder
Rabbi Kipper
By RABBI MORRIS A KIPPER
Temple Judea, Coral Gables
The Torata portion of this week
itains in il an imagery which i-
rhapa one of the best demonstra-
tions oi why tho
Rabbis insisted
upon asserting
thai an iUiter-
t nan cannot
be pious.
Well before
the modern age
ol cj nicism. the
Rabbis recog
n *ed th.it the
illiterate could
pick anj
S) -1 Of be
i'lt't apart, dev-
ng it u ith
sw. r l <>! negativism It
For < sample,
Jacob's dream of the
ler ascending : i lieu on. ho
-1 dismiss such .i
. ..... m ith a s
Vei m:1i their pro
. citj .luol:
'" --..,.' in this
s in G
-. Chapter I s 12 an I 13
\-v i Ja
sel up mi tht
Ih ..:i.l the :>;
pa vi I he a i sol
si above
V< only one i
-

rn lal -. this i
e en ire thesi len
op] pj mi Ij
cultures risi and
' I VIII
adder is the
' depicting the
- em f one nation as its prede
lescends The ladder is not
i endless one, says the Mldrash,
in at the top of the ladder stands
ic Lord .i- the Master of History,
nately be brought low, un-
1 finals the sovereignty if Cod
lone is recognized at the end of
>> s
Mo>t curious and fascinating i>
that this modern philosophy of hi-
tory turns to lion.' as the classic
example ol the rise and fall of
nations and cultures, and the an
thor of thi- particular Midrash also
looks to Homo in fact, ho relates
the ascent and descent of each na-
tion, then poses the question as to
whether the Roman Empire will
follow the pattern of all the pre-
cious civilizations For living dur-
ing the period of the Roman Em-
pire, he had not yet witnessed its
deel ne ami fall, but posed the
rhetorical question, thus offering
hope and promise to the oppressed
people of the co\ enant.
In essence, thou, this Midrashic
author was pointing out to his con-
temporaries a message as relevant
then a- it i< today, that though a
on may appear affluent, suc-
cessful and powerful, it cannot suc-
ceed unless it turns its eyes Heav-
enward That when any powerful
nation begins to glorj in its own
success and makes that success its
G id go. Is. i; is then that it be-
'.i ( ent towards ultimate
i
s nol the same questi in
.'. hu ng asked by the most
garde and most contempo
idem thinkers of our
Have we. in the United
. a --< d our peak.
are we n on the road to
le destruction?"
\ nj dear reader, onlj
: IS. Ol
uh i studi this gn ai rorah
: o.nmentaries
ai rei ate i tat the Bible is
Rather, il post -
to thi reatesl intel-
eels
i ndi imagerj ol Jacob's
lo be sure, survive and
outlast isoii this civilization.
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Heads Anniversary Journal
Harrj Genet, long time com
niunal leader and a founder of the
Jacob C Cohen Community Syna-
gogue, has been appointed chair-
man of its Fifth Anniversary Jour-
nal, according to an announcement
made by Jacob C. Cohen, the con-
gregation's president.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do these escorts carry
candles down the aisle?
Basically, no Jewish happiness
i> complete without light The
Bible associates light with happi-
ness when it writes regarding the
joy over the victory' of Mordecai
against the wicked llaman; "For
the Jews thoio was light and joy
. ." (Esther 8:15>.
There are some who claim that
the presence of the candles sym-
bolizes I he presence of God. And
God is the source of the true JO) of
life.
Others claim that the presence
of the light recalls the lightning
and the great light at Sinai (Exo
dus 20 15). It is well known that
the Jewish marriage ceremnnv is
a commemoration of the rev el.
lion of the Torah at Sinai where
Israel was the bride and the AI-
might} was the bridegroom
An interesting observation is
made by one of the medieval writ-
. I claimed that the two
candles held by the two persons
escorting the bride and groom
down the aisle symbolized the wish
and prayer that the couple bo
fruitful and productive. The} baso
this contention on the fact that the
num : cal equivalent of the letters
that _" into making up the Hebrew
iw id : ir candle men two times ;-
the same as the numerical equiva
the Hebrew words that
make up the Biblical expnon.
lie fruitful and multiply" (Gen
- l 28). the blessing which the
almight} bestowed upon Adam
and Evi
Why are benedictions worded
in the present tense ("Who
bringest forth bread from the
earth," "Who redeemest Is-
rael") ?
From a practical viewpoint this
is grammatically correct even
when referring to the past Hab
binic commentaries, however indi-
cate that there is a great lesson
to be learned from this preferred
usage of tense. It shows that the
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayetze
Jacob's dream.
And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth.
and the top of it reached to heaven; and behold the an^ol- ol God
ascending and descending on it" (Gen. 28:12i.
VAYETZE- "ii his wa} to llaran. Jacob lay down to rest a;
a place where God appeared t" him in a dream, promising to be
with him and to give the land to him and hi.s seed alter him
i; ting Ihe next morning. Jacob lifted the stone on which he
had slept, and sot it up as a pillar Me called the place lie
nio.in.: -. House of God," and vowed to solve God there when he
returned to his tathor'- house Ihe Lord would be his Cod
In Haran Jacob worked twent) jc.ir- as ., shepherd for I..
seven year- for his firsl u,:.- Leah, seven vear- for his sei
wife. Rachel, and s,\ years for the sheep, His wives -..v, ;
their maid servants Bilhah and Zilpafl as wive..
Jacob's four wives bore him 11 Sons Keuben. S men: i,
Judah. Han. Naphtali. (lad. Asher, Issachar, Zebulun and I
ho al-o had one daughter named Dinah
.V God's direction. Jacob returned homo to his fathi i ho -
On the way he met the angels of God
This recounting of the Weekiy Pertlor. of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage."
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. SIS. Publisher is Shengold. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5. N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sihlang.
a irld is in a constant and continu-
ing process of creation l; mrther
is thai Ihe Almight} has not
simpl) given something I i man
and then l"-t interest in him
her ho is constantl} concerned
with mans susti nance
Furthermore, it should be noted
hat while to man- limitt I Intel-
It >t time I- divided into pasl in -
ent and future, to the Umi]
these three are all one He is, was
and will be" all at the same time
Why is there no special bene-
diction recited before per-
forming an act of charity such
as there is before performir.i
ether religious acts?
A number of realms are ad-
vanced Some claim that in order
for a benediction to be recited be-
fore the performance of a religious
act. there must be a spirit of glad-
ness before the performance of the
act Apparent]). some ;
chanty without the pi
Thus, there is n
OUm i's e aim that thi
the omission "'. Ihi
that an a< r >>; hai
more than ont pers
and the rece.., I:. -
-
will be act epted Shoul
accepted, the :
in vain
Still others claim thai
diction is omitted becausi
comes to charity there
no delay between one u
one s action even to the extcnl A
pronouncing a benediction le-: 'V
delay may. in some cases
the sift arrive tit) late, and this
'gift may be one of a critical na
turo sometimes being > mattei J
life and death
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EMr. and Mrs. Paul Faske and Mr=. Julius Rosenberg (left)
[are chairman and cochairmen of the Seventh Annual Jubilee
[Ball of Mount Sinai Hospital, a dinner-dance to be held
1 Dec. 14 in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel.
lount Sinai Ball Set For Dec. 14
Mount Sinai Hospital's eijihth
Annual Jubilee Ball will be held in
me Grand Ballroom of the Fon-.
taineblcau Hotel Saturday. Dee. 14.
Ichairman Paul Faske announces
Heading the committee for the
second consecutive year. Mr. Faske
anticipates a "sell-OUt" for the af-
fair, the \96tt theme of which will
be "rink Magnolias," carried out
in the decor for both the cocktail
party and gourmet dinner
Peter Duehin and his Society
Orchestra will play for dancing.
Assisting Mr. Faske in coordin-
ating the event is Mrs. Faske. and
Mrs. Julius M. Rosenberg, co-
chairman.
Committees who will oversee
the details of the function, have
been chosen from members of the
hospital's medical staff. Founders
Club. Sustaining Board of Fellows.
Board of Trustees, and Auxiliary.
Mr. Faske said.
Education Bureau's
Rally Symposium
Subject: Teenagers
A symposium on the subject.
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lighlight of an open rally of the
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Kabbi Daniel K. Kirshblum of
Temple F.manu-Kl and Kabbi Ar-
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The program will also include
a report by two teenagers. Helen
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where on earth less than a cen-
turj ago.
hi i' pr > i- i : progri --
sidi those that Conquest offers,
we need only think ol Adoll Hit-
ler's methodical extirpations i
in the uncountc i ti ;; >l milli ns
* io havi bi i .i i I ,iv c ass-
enemies or hustled ofl to labor
- in Mao T e lung's China.
1 lalitarian regimes capable
ol organizing whal amounts to
human sacrilices with a massive
efiiciency wholly unknown in the
barbarous past, are in truth a
novel and characteristic feature
id our century's historical land-
scape. This is a fact, surely, that
ii would be imprudent not to
bear in mind. Yet Conquest's
book i- so important for quite a
few other reasons,
i; is important, to begin with,
because Brezhnev, Kosygin and
just about all the other current
Soviet leaders began their real
climbs up the official ladder in
the period of the terrible blood
bath. They got their first major
promotions, in truth, by stepping
into dead men's shoes; and too
often they bad something to do
with those shoes being vacated.
New Warning
Yet i onq...... book is e en
ant as a conte
In England, one
i i el inners, Kingslej Mar-
:;: Ni > Sta esman, -
dctuallj thanked I loi
putting so little stress on the par-
tisan idiocj oi the Western
wing intellectuals in the pi
of Stalin's gigantic crimes.
Yet enou |h i : these pi i i
thereboth the rare truth-tellers
like Edmund Wilson and the oth-
ers like Walter Duranty, with his
Pulitzer Prize awarded for
ly misleading the whole I
States; silly, pompous Harold
I.a-ki. publicly buttering u|
vile, bloodstained Vyshin-ki:
Owen Lattimore, lovingly prais
ing two labor camp bosses on a
par with the bosses ol Belsen and
Auschwitz; Sidney and Beatrice
We'll) and Jean-Paul Sartre and a
good man] "f the rest.
New Heroes
The implied warning is impor-
tant because the same sort of
partisan idiocy is so obviously
common among intellectual left-
wingers today. The Soviet Union,
to be sure, is regarded as old-hat
Children's Movie Benefit
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"The Incredible Mr. Limpi '
movie starring I) in Knotts, was
be shown al 9:45 Thanksgjvii
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capitalist stati. eh is also
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dream home; i nel ihc new h .
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There is c i lei I ii I
same sort ol i i > misleadii -
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the ludicrous exaggerations
Guevara's guerrilla movement I
fore he was killed and the drea
little facts embalmed in his. I
ary.i And in the long run. on
must add. there will be the SM i
disillusionment, when Chinese
communism mutates, lor exam-
ple, and another Hubert Conquest
can gather the true facts abo it
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Casualties of the November 22nd explosion being brought into
Shaare Zedek Hospital.
Several of the 66 victims awaiting admission to the Emergency
Ward for treatment
WE MUST BE PREPARED!
The tragic explosion in the heart of Jerusalem on
November 22nd took its terrible toll ... in lives and
in injuries. As always, however, when help was need-
ed, Shaare Zedek Hospital was there, ready to serve.
66 of the 70 wounded were rushed immediately to
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strained. Seriously injured men, women and children
had to wait in crowded hallways before their wounds
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Mixed Marriages Vmong Pole
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Polish -c\ em mi nt is c isii I rag-
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cent ci the .1. \ in
P i nd todaj are ol mixed m
ria
The P authorities are determined to n
Jews leave the country, hut they doi I
non-Jews I 'mi rate. This presi re I problem
in !..::. lies ahere the mother is Jewish and the
father is notmother and children can emigrate, but
father finds it very difficult to obtain an exit docu-
ment And of course, there are those who would
rathei- give up their Jewish wives and children I
t<> renounce their Polish citizenshipe their families intend settling in Israel. As "good
Poles." thev don't want to leave Poland for I-.
whuh tin Polish press and radio has convinced them
is a:i enemy ol Poland. They consider themselves
ish patriots, no matter what the political
is. and don't wish to he laheleil "Zionists" which in
Our film folk:
By HERBERT C. LUFT
'If He Hollers*
Ilollv '. .
IN AN EXCLUSIVE Interview
with JTA, Charles Martin, a
Jewish hoy born in New Jersej
who majored in English literalun
a; New York L'niversitj tol l u<
that he found the germ ol hi-
tion picture story. "It He Holler-.
Let Him ('."." when he was CO'
ing news items for the radio series 'The March
Time'' shortly before World War 11
Denying that his movie dealing with murder and
the capture"of an innocent Negro, favors the black
man, letting the Caucasians appear as heavies, as
has been alleged by white bigots, he points to the
fact that Dana W'ynter (Mrs. Gregg Bautzen gets
star billing and is the heroine, of the picture, fight-
ing for justice to the hitter end. Negro Raymond
St. Jacques plays the part of the escaped convict
with great dignity, and writer-producer-director
Martin hopes by thi- factual account of a miscarriage
of justice in the Deep South to impress upon the
audience that the color of a person's skin should not
make him an object ol prejudice
Martin believes that haired breeds anarchy and
revolution. Ol course he realizes that black racists
are just as bad: he is sure that unless we learn to
see others not as black or white but as our fellow
man. w e face disaster.
If He Hollers. Let Him Go!" i- the first of 20
films he is sure will make it big al the box office
He gambled SI million on the picture, casting it
1 -.. ically with unknown actor.- Martin says he did
not-compromise the real story, but of course had to
embellish and accentuate n dramatically Barbara
McNair. a nightclub inger in the film, and off
screen as well, plays the sensitive girl friend ol the
hero, who is introduced in a flashbacks as
he flees the p lice dragnet during a relentless, mur-
derous pursui VI ii been signed for the
l role in Jos< h i Levine's adventure yarn,
'Stiletto." from the novel by Harold Robbins, which
i- currentl) he.ore the cameras .n the street- ol New
York, under the direction ol Bernard Kowalski.
Carl Fox Duering, who appears as the reincarna-
tion ol the late Eric von Stroheim, talked with us on
the set of "Darling I.ili." the Julie Andrews-Rock
Hudson World War I spy and counter-espionage yarn
currently before the cameras under Blake Edwards'
direction. Fox-Duering portray- the role of Kesskr
of the Imperial German Intelligence

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Ji B C Gives In To Arab Pressure
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to ask questions
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l"ul" I l ice supervision in ov. i <
they tried lo dissuade the Forei
fice from this act ol foil) ii
while putting forward explanal thai
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Hi no Ion 11 a secrel thai I
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ed for Drael He had told thi I
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mitti i ol : e Bi ai I w uuld i e m
employ, i ni] ,,.. Hebrew i iass il
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I e^jr^Ur^Wel cl cU cfj cLTiMIi
1/73rzi by madqe ronvtibaum r/^0.
BOOKS ON CHANUKAH
Jewish book month and Chanu-
kah are two very important events
lhat occur almost simultaneously
Ihis yearrand what better reason
10 we need to acquaint our young
traders with the story of Chanu-
Itah and the events in the history
ii the Jews which culminated in
(he celebration of this joyous
holiday.
Children, younger and older,
(ever tire of the thrilling and
Pramatic story of the gallant
laccabees and their courageous
|>aUli' for religious freedom. Cha-
in k ah is a holiday which derives
fs reason from history rather
inn th.' Bible and is most close-
allied with modern Jewish
I in- -nice its moaning is
repeated every time we .lews
Ight t" overcome and survive
km oppressors Many books have
b' .1 written on Chanukah and
Se few reviewed here are just
- impling of a wide selection.
Eight Lirhts The Story of
Ih.irvjkah, by William F. and
' R enblum. Illustrated
b> Shraj a Weil. Doubleday & Co
I 5, $4.95.
.....r-son team of Ri
MADGf
William Rosenblum of New York
md his writer-son Robert collab-
0; .1 ted on this unusual presenta-
tion of the miracle of the eight
ghtB of Chanukah. It is indeed
[a unusual bonk, starting with its
|st:iring introduction, and contin-
uing through the eighl chapter-,
c.uh of which tells the story of
another light. Crowning touch is
It'ii- unique brown and white illus-
trations by one of Israel's fore-
[1 artists Not only does the
|l> 10k tell the story of the re-
capture and rebuilding of the
Temple, it aliO -tresses the sig-
11 in ni Chanukah as the hope
Jt i men seeking truth
11 1 md freedom. A bo ik : ir
|;<
Came Liberty Beyond Our Hope
r Story of Chanjkah by I.enore
|C oiien Illustrated by Georges
Cial. Ward Ritchie Press. 44
fl es, -r,ri(i
This slim volume by the noted
author .f children's Bib'e stories
Inn onlj retells the story of cruel
lArttiochufi, the bravery of .luriah
|> iccabeus, Simon and his broth-
ers, and the rededication of the
Temple, i; also includes as the |
bn.il chapter a clever little can-
Relighting ceremony which can 1
d n school a,-emblies. The
troduction stresses the unpor-
f Oi ( lianukah and offers the
llanaUon that Christianity and
Mohammedanism owe their roots
to Judaism and the victory of the
Maccabees over the tyrant Anti-
ochus. Simple line drawings with
various solid color backgrounds
are strikingly executed by the
French artist, G. Gaal.
The Hannukkah Storyby Mor-
rison David Bial. Illustrated by
Stephen Kraft. Behrman House
Inc., Pub. 35 pages, SI 50.
Young children will enjoy this
easy book on Chanukah with il-
lustrations on every page. The
firs! part of the book deals with
the Story Of Chanukah as history.
It is meaningfully told in lan-
guage that is simple yet dra-
matic. Young nailers will under-
stand and take pride in such
noble heritage The second part of
the honk briefl] explains the joy-
ful side of ( hanukah with its
special games, foods, and of
se, the Menorah and the
Dreidel.
Hanukkah, b> N'orma Simon
Illustrated bj Symcon Shimon.
' II Publishing Co :iti pa [< -
'I his l 01 k is one of the Crowell
lay Book series, and a lin
Mr-. Simon an i Mr, Shimen col-
ate in a l< vclj pri sentation
of the joyous holidaj of Chanu
kah. The story is simply and
1 1 .ri' fully told, explaining its
ficanci as a historical holi-
day and as we celebrate today in
.ill the Jewish homos in the
world. The drawings are excel
lent and add much to the enjoy-
ment oi tin- charming volume.
The Story of Chanuko. Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
33 pages. S2.50.
Very simple retelling of the
story of Chanukah as told in the
First Book of Maccabees in the
Talmud and in the Liturgy The
book is handsomely illustrated by
Nelson Konshoim and is printed
111 extra large print. Children en-
joy the attractive format, and
teachers and parents find it an
excellent road aloud'' hook that
never fails to hold the attention
their young listeners.
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Chanukah Surprise! KTAV-
!. Edythe and Sol Scharfste n
BRIDGING TV/0 WORLDS
RABBI EZEKIEL LANDAU
(1888-1965)
HIS WRITTEN AND
SPOKEN LEGACY
by Sol Landau
Jonothon-David, Inc. Publishers
"YOU WON'T BE ABIE
TO PUT IT DOWN"
(lorry King, Miami Herald,
May, 1968.)
Available only of:
The Beth David
Congregation Gifi' Shop
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Miami,, Florida
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iineral Chapel
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Illustrations by Ezefciel Schloss
and Cyla London. SI.00.
An extremely clever format for-
the very young child, telling the
story of Alan and the eight gifts
he receives each Chanukah eve.
The book is a surprise because it
opens up into nine branched Me-
norah. Little children find new |
delight every time they open this
cute little book.
The Magic Top, written and il-
lustrated by Panda Prints Press.
46 pages. $2.95.
Children of all ages will delight
in this legend of Avrom and his
magic top. An exciting tale set in
the vanished world of the Has-
sidic people, it is full of mysti-
cism, adventure and thoroughly
enjoyable folk lore for all ages,
including adults. Colorful sketch-
es enhance every page of this !
story of Avrum and his act of ]
kindness and charity to three beg-
gars, and the full page illustra-
tions are especially striking. A
vanished world is brought back
for reading pleasure.
Miami Ballet To Debut
At Hilton's Great Room
The Miami Ballet Company ap-
peared Monday evening in the first
event of the 196349 sea-on spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Music
and Arts League in its new eon
cert hall," the Croat Room of the
Hilton Plaza Motel
Directed by Thomas Armour, the
Miami Ballet Company featured
17 dancers in three complete bal-
lets. The program encompassed the
"Pas de Quatre." by Pugni. with
staging by Martha Mahr; Fare-
well,'' by Richard Strauss, with
choreography by Jean Paul Come
lin: and "Hoe Down." by Don
Gillis. with choreography by Rob
ert Pike.
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Section B
nited Fund Looks Toward 1969
After Topping This Year's Goal
[The 1968 United Fund Cam-
- "investment in people"
tid off with final figures -how-
the $4,690,038 pledged was 5.3
brcenl over the fund goal, cam-
chairman Robert Macht re
paled at a victory dinner in the
Plaza Hotel Tuesday ni>;ht.
amount is nearly 10 percent
ore than the 54,270,256 raise:! in
967.
lory was shared by all 12

ROfffffr MACHT
divisions of the fund-raising or- I
eanizationa who all surpassed their
goals, l nil I), composed of doctors
and hospital personnel, won highest
honors with their reported contri-
butions 25 percent higher than the
goal set, All unit chairman were
doubly honored with awards con
sisting ol their phoi raved on
brass plates, and with large carica-
tures drawn by newspaper artist
Ji : ry Shaw,
Still savoring the spoils of vic-
tory, the gathering's attention was
drawn to the 1969 campaign with
the announcement of the appoint-
ment ol Harrj Hoo I Bassett, chair-
Florida Memorial Alumni
To Breakfast At Everglades
More than HOO alumni Ol Florida
Memorial College are expected to
attend a breakfast Friday in the
Everglades Room of the Ever-
glades Hotel.
The alumni affair will 1m' only
one of the events of the dedication
day of Florida Memorial's new
campus on LeJeune Road The col-
lege moved to Miami in September
from St. Augustine, where it had
operated for 75 \ear-.
man of the board of the First Na-
tional Hank ol Miami, to head next
year's campaign. Chairman Macht
passed on the symbolic United
Fund torch, which was accepted
by Thomas F. Flemming, Jr.. in
Mr. Bassetfi behalf.
Thanking all of those who had
worked with him. Mr Macht
"I think we ha.I the ;reatesl team
of volunteers this year the I
Fund has e\ or seen "
Many individuals and firms
were given special awards for
their contribution-, Daniel F
Westfall, northwest superintendent
<>: Dade County Schools who will
retire this spring, was honored for
'us 13 years ol service to the
United fund, during which he has
raised more money lor the fund
than any other pel >on in Dade
County.
Sponsored by .Ionian Marsh.
Eastern Air I ines, Aerodex and
the .Miami Herald, the dinner was
attended by more than 1.000 cam-
paign executives and volunteers.
Sharing in the proceeds of the
fund-raising drive are 44 Dade
County agencies.
Joining with Rabbi living Lehrman in celebration of his 25th
anniversary as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El were
Samuel N. Friediand 'left,1, chairman oi the board of the
Temple, and Governor Claude Kirk (right), who addressee
the dinner in Rcbbi Lehrman's honor.
'People's Militia' Is Launched By Egypt
JERUSALEM (JTA) The semi
official Cairo newspaper Al Ahram
reported thi- week that the Egyp
tian War Ministry had begun to
distribute weapons to the i
created People i Defi nse Force.
The militia was estab ished I
decree ol President Nasser 2-:
hours alter Israel's commando
raid deep into Egyptian territory
which resulted In dama ;e to tun
bridges and a power station. The
report from Cairo -aid militia re-
cruits are now in training camps
all over Eg; pi and will relieve
Army regulars on guard dutj be-
hind the lines. Members ol the
militia are to guard civilian an I
p.Ovemment installations in :he
hope of forestalling or blunting
any future Israeli forays beyond
the Suez Canal cease lire lines
A New York I i i li
from Cairo said 'he Defense Foi
would also '"
tageous to the government l
and .
i fi .
n the struggle ij Israel At
' le sa i i r< ..'.mi uf tie
litia maj | ise
ol 'lie numer-
ous plots reported against I'
dent Nasser since 'he 1967
the Time- reporl
"The got ernment has also an-
: need thai n il tarj
ie< ti d to p ; a leadin
within the force However, m of the country's foremost offii ers
have grievances against Mr. n -
ser or the military leadership,
which ;.- the principal buttres" l
his power." the Time- said.
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Dr. Dauer To Head
Beth Am Gifts Unit
Sidney Stein (second from right) was guest of honor at a
reception given by the Oholei Torah Day School of Greater
Miami. Shown with Mr. Stein (from left) are: Morton Mayberg,
treasurer; Menashe Hirsch. president; and Rabbi Nissim H.
Hayward. principal of the school. Sherwin Stauber was
guest speaker at the reception.
Albert Vorspan Is Guest Lecturer
At Temple Israel Greenfield Institute
UAHC department, he has been
deeply involved not only in serv-
ing the more than 670 Reform
congregations, but on a personal
level where the social action has
been
Albert Vorspan. director of t
Commission on Social Action of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will be this Sun-
day's guest lecturer for the Green-
field Adult Institute, beginning at
Hi o'clock at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
'Social Action: The Challenge to
American Jewry" will be Mr. Vor-
span's topic B9 he touohes on a con-
troversial subject which has be-
come a major issue in contempo
i.iiv Jewish life. As director of the

ALBCRJ VORSPAN
Mr. Vorspan. a native of St. Paul.
Minn., attended the University of
Minnesota, graduated from New
York L'niversitj and pursued grad-
uate studies at the New School for
Social Research.
He is the author of "Giants of
Justice.'' "A Tale of Ten Cities."
and co-authored "Justice and Ju-
daism." Prior to joining the UAHC
staff, he was associated with the
\ : onal Community Relations Ad-
Council.
Black Vnti-Semitism" will be
\ii Vorspan at a din-
tneetir i i i the Young Couples
oi Temp rai I Sunday at 6 30
p.m. in Wolfson Auditorium
Dr. Walter Zand. director <>f the
American Jo \ -h ( ommittee, the
Re\ '.' nee ol the l nited
Pre j ti lai Church Archie
Hardw (;x dii ct< r ol the Ja.nes
K Scol' inity Ass iciation.
. i i coi luct inel discussion of
'I topic. i R iberl Shapiro .
Mi a- m i ratoi
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. vice presi-
dent of Temple Beth Am, has been
named advance gifts chairman of
he congregation'* Bar Mitzvah
Anniversarj capital funds cam-
paign. Announcement was n
by J. William Baros, general chair-
man of the S45().o(i(i drive, and by
George M Malin, president ol the
South Dade synagogue.
Dr. Dauer. who was chairman of
the Temple Beth Am Israel Bonds
dinner last year, is professor Ol
radiology at the University of Mi-
ami School of Medicine and a ra-
diation physicist for Jackson Me-
morial Hospital. He had the rank
of lieutenant colonel when he re-
tired from the L.s. Army medical
service1
A member of the executive
council of the Southeast Federa-
tion of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, Dr. Dauer
serves on the program committee
of the UAHC
Highlight of the campaign will
be a Bar Mitzvah Anniversary
dinner-dance at the Sheraton Four
Amba sailors Dec. 14. at which Dr.
Herbert Baumgard will be honored
for his 13 years as rabbi of Temple
Beth Am. marking the total exist
ence of the congregation located
on North Kendall Drive between
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Red Kd. and Ludlam ltd.
The funds from the drive will be
used to build a new library, ad li
tional i lassroo ns and other facili
ties and to ; aj for new executive
offices built this year.
"Ibis i- Beth Am', first fund-
raising drive in more than six
years, and the response to date
has been encouraging.'' Mr. Baros
a.--cried "With the help of such
leaders as Dr. Dauer. Mr. .Malm.
Mr. Kessler and many others, we
a ill succeed."
"More than 275 reservations al-
ready have been received for the
dinner-dance," said Mr. Kessler,
"and indication* arc that we will
have a capacity attendance ol 450
persons."
During the week. Phil RevitZ,
Temple Beth Am member who is a
co-owner of Kings Bay Country
Club, hosted a dinner for campaign
leaders at which they heard a
message by Dr, Baumgard on the
need lor funds
"With 900 family members and The second film, set for Dec 17
a physical plant that will exceed and Dec. 18 at 7:30 p.m.. will be a
SI.200,000 in value upon comple-
tion of the current expansion, we
must average a gift for every
family of at least SI.300 to meet
lour development fund needs." the
rabbi declared.
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\ series of five documentary
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prejudice to pro football will be
shown to Senior High members of
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
during the next two months.
The first. "An American Girl."
the story of a U.S. teenager who
bears the brunt of anti-Semitic and
irrational prejudice, will be shown
at 11 a.m. Sunday. Dec. 8. Brunch
a ill follow.
review of the highlights of the
American and National Football
League and Super Howl games
The program was prepared by
Judj Isacoff, teen supervisor of
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:,. d.r.-.-.o: a: the Fontainebleau Hotel vyas
msentatkn oi the tatemationd Histadrut
Medal oi Honor to Miami Beach banker and
w 5t MkV.;^ Woldenberg. Shown
am from lefl Rabbi Leon Kroniah national
ce meeiden! ot Hietadrut; Mrs. Wolden-
, Mi Woldenberg chairman oi Um
board of the Mercantile National Bank-
-, Beach and a founder of :he bmtl
Education Fund; Israel Knesset membei or -
formei cabinet minister Ithxak B.n-Ah
p] QC ^ speaker who made the p.
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"jrewjLslli Floridlfian
Mrs. Philip Thau Is
Named 'Woman of Year
Friday. November 29, 1968
Paae 5-T
Cochairmen Mrs. Melvyne Sommers, left, and Mrs. Abe
Schonfeld, discuss plans for the 10th Annual Luncheon of
the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach with the pres-
ident of that organization, Mrs. Murray Young. To be held
in the Fontainebleau Hotel at noon. Dec. 17, the gala event
will benefit the Tumor Program at Mount Sinai Hospital,
which the League has supported for many years.
Pioneer Women Plan Meetings
Kabbi Saul Raab of Temple Ra- Sylvia Danzig will review the
phael. will be guestt speaker book. 'The Tongue of the Proph-
at the annual pre-Chanukah lunch- et." by Robert St. John. Mrs. Rob-
ton of Golda Meir Chapter of ert Garber is club president.
Pioneer Women set for noon Sun- i *
day in the Algiers Hotel. Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is chairman Women wil> complete plans for an
for the day. Iris Lane will be the ev*a* of fun at the Carillon Ho-
guest artist and Mrs. Anna Quaker ,' T'"" 7' at ,tsJrcRular m''ng
will deliver the invocation. jat 7:30 P m r"esd<
* Mrs. Fred A Sandier and Mrs.
Pioneer Women Club 1 will cele- Annette Blacker are chairmen for
s\s? "sivus *""-" <""'"* "m
Thursday. Dec. 5. in the Washing- unlch wl" bencf" 'h? building
ton Federal Bank, 1234 Washing- fun ton Ave Miami Beach. Israel.
Selection of Mrs, Philip F. Thau
as Woman of the Year was an-
nounced this week by the Greater
Miami Women's Division of the
America:) Friends ol the Hebrew
I'niversity. According to Mrs. Car-
rie Rosen, president, the award is
given annually to a resident 3f the
State of Florida who has served
her community through civic, cul-
tural, educational and philan-
thropic endeavors.
The immediate past president of
the Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Mrs. Thau is currently
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. an organiza-
tion comprising over 6,000 mem-
bers. For two years secretary of
the-Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Greater Miami,
she served as chairman of its in-
stallation luncheon last year.
Among the citations awarded to
Mrs. Thau are the Community
Service Award from the United
Fund, a citation from Mayor Elliot
Roosevelt in recognition of her
work with the American Associa-
tion of the United Nations, of
which she was vice president, and
a silver plaque from the Education
Department of Ft. Pierce, Fla.. for
her efforts in setting up a scholar-
ship fund.
Mrs. Thau has occupied a lead-
ership role with many organiza-
tions including the Women's Divi-
sion of the American Technion
Society as national vice president
and honorary president as well as
founding president of the local
group. She has worked for United
Fund. Combined Jewish Appeal.
Bonds for Israel. Temple Emanu-
EI Sisterhood, and is on the board
of directors of many organizations
including Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee, and
.he Auxilian of the Home for in.
Aged. She is a charter life mom
oer of the .National Council of Jew
ish Women as well as life membei
#1 eight other local organization-
During the eleven years Mr. and
Airs. Thau have lived in Miami
Beach, they have made six trips to
Israel. During the summer of 1967
they resided on the Campus of the
Hebrew University, participating
as students in a special study pro-
gram taught in English by Hebrew
University professors.
The Woman of the Year luncheon
honoring Mrs. Thau will be held
Dee. 20 at the Fontainebleau Hotel
and the award will be presented
by Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple
Emanu-El's distinguished rabbi.
MRS. PHIL'P THAU
Cedars Gift Shop
Chanukah Sale
A "Pre Chanukah" Sale of gifts
and personal items is being spon-
sored by the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary, according to
Mrs. Morris Blau. who has appoint-
ed a committee to handle sales
arrangements which includes Mrs
Byron Sparber, Mrs. Lawrence
Adler. Mrs. Frederick Schild, Mrs.
David Hess. Mrs. Frank Perlman,
Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Doran Zin-
ner. Mrs. Norman Elson. Mrs.
Norman Brodsky, Mrs. Joseph Bar-
chan. Mrs. Leo Berman, Mrs. Na-
than Harrison. Mrs. Macy Keyes,
Mrs. Arthur Pearl. Mrs. Robert
Schweitzer. Mrs. Jack Seitlin. Mrs
Leonard Egert and Mrs. Nat
Glover.
Jewish Family
Life Theme Of
Sisterhood Meet
A program. "In This Mod. Y
WhirlBe An Old Fashioned Gi.
with Jewish family living as
theme, will be presented at a mi -
ing of the Mollie Kahaner Si;
hood of Beth Torah Congregat
at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec
in the Social Hall.
Mrs. Irwin Cutler, vice presid
of the Florida Branch of Natior
Women's League, and wife of t
rabbi at Temple Israel. Miram
will present a frank discussion
pre-marital sex. marriage and
vorce from a Jewish point of vi
Also featured on the progr-
will be a musical preview of '."
up-coming production of "Bye E
Birdie" by Beth Torah's Uni :
Synagogue Youth.
Mrs. Max Rothenberg is Jew
Family Living chairman, and M
Matthew Ettinger is Sistcrh
president.
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Tower of David Award at the Temple Ner Tamid Israel
Dinner of State. Israeli diplomat, Ambassador Nethanel
Lorch (center) conferred the award while Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader of the Temple, looks on. More
than 500 members of the congregation purchased S268.500
in Israel bonds at the event.
\WL Planning Education Day
A day dedicated to learning and agogue of America at Temple Or
understanding will be sponsored Olom. 8755 S\V 16th St., on Thurv
by the Florida Branch of National day. Dec. 5.
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Workshops on adult education.
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After a luncheon served by the
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood. Mis
Sol Landau, wife of Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau of Beth David Congregation,
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Education day chairmen are
Mis living Furman and Mrs Mur-
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Miami Hadassah Slates
3 Achievement Awards
treating; illness of the inr1 a
through the family unit Th.
od parallels one being used n.<.
dassah's Hospital in Jerusi
Three outstanding Miamians
will be honon d Mondaj when the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah pre-
sents the coveted Myrtle W
Achievement Awai Is
Miss Joan Fii Id, intcrnatio
known violinist, will re<
honor for her achievements in the
field of music; Don Shoemaker
editor of the Miami Heral
n c intribution to the i
in his field <>i journalism; and Dr
Lynn P Carmichai!. M D
tor of the University ol Miami's
Division ol Family Medicine, for
his medical accomplishments
The awar Is, to be present*
Mrs, l eonard Wolpe, president ol
the Florida Region ol Hadassah. al
8 p.m. in Beth David's Spector
Hall, are a pan of a national Ha-
dassah program to cite outstand-
ing community citizens throughout
the United State s.
The Miami Chapter, headed by
Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg, president,
is made up of 16 groups totaling
more than 2700 members. The
awards presentation marks the cul-
mination of the chapter's Major
Membership Drive.
Cantor William l.ipson will pre-
sent the musical portion of the
program.
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, chair-
man of the event, has been closely
assisted by Mrs. David Seitlin, ar-
rangements chairman. Mrs. Albert
Priedman is chapter membership
vice president.
Member- of the | com-
mitt< Mrs Irwin M Llss,
Mrs Joseph Milton. Mrs Samuel
St, g Mrs Max Swarti
Mrs David Alterman will lead the
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music.
Mr Shoemal edit< r of the
Miami Herald since January. 1962,
recently visited Israel and pub-
lished a series of articles pertain
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jf the American Society of News-
paper Editors, International Presi
Institute and Inter-American Press
Association, he is also active in
community work.
Dr Carmichacl heads the three
year-old Family Medicine Program
at the University of Miami, which
nas attracted national acclaim in
medical education. The program
emphasises the importance of
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MOST DIGNIFIED AND FORMAL
- the formal opening of Westview Country
Club, everything was green and white. The ecu
terpieces were extremely tall with white mums
and tapers -> In-h it took a Jolly Green Giant to
light them Two orchestras kept the dancing going
until 3 a.m. The Samuel Kami table included Mr
and Mrs. Sam I.cvenson. Mr. and Mrs Abe Wa\-
enbtrj;. Mr and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg. Mr and
Mrs, Baron de Ilirsch Meyer. Then there were
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gray, Mr. and Mrs Charles.
Leoni, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ayares. Mr. and Mrs.
.lack Langer, Mr. and Mrs Arthur England, Mr
and Mr- Sam I.uby, Jr.. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence
Markman. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Treister, Mr. and
Mrs Melvin Chasen, Mr. and Mrs Arnold Gertner
and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Koven. all of whom
were obviously enjoying this lovely evening
NO HAT
It better not snow while Esther (Mrs Nathan)
Spiegelman is up North or she'll get her hair wet.
She first visited her sister, Mrs. Sidney Rome,
whose brother-in-law is Harold Rome of Rroad-
waj hit-play fame, in Westt Hartford, After visiting
all of her old friends. Esther left for the Concord.
where she was to meet the Miami contingent at-
l-ndine. the 111 Annual Conference of the National
Women's League of the United Synagogue. Esther
represents 'be Sisterhood of Temple Beth David
as its president.
HOME SWEET HOME
Sue and Harry Zukernick are home from seven
week- in Europe, dunnt; wh'eh they saw
i cUer on the Roof" 'wi'.h a British accent) in
I <> m enjoyed by an audience that included
leu Jewish people. In Madrid a rabbi \\a-
of iciating for the first time since the 15th Cen
They visited an old Jewish ghetto in Bar-
rel i i.d found that there were less than 890
Jews living in Lisbon As usual, they enjoyed
every single minute of their trip. Sue reports.
Han (Mrs Paul) Sohel is back too. after
meeting Mrs Daniel Sepler at Miami airoort mid
flying with her to Washington to a wedding. Lll's
daughter, Helen, came in from New York, where
-In- lives and works, and the two of them went
back to New York together, so that Li] could
cheek oul the pink and orange felt drapes, to be
sure everything had turned out as planned. Lil
had done this particular interior decorating by
long- distance, sight unseen.
SHARE OUR SPIRITS
That's how I.arry and Gloria Coville's clever
invitation to their Hallandale home to celebrate
or be consoled on election night read. And upon
arrival each person was given an appropriate
buttonmine read. "I'm for fun and frolic and
the Floridian It was a frolic, all right. When the
men were given the privilege of throwing their
hats into the "Presidential Ring" and then read-
ing their platforms, it was a riot!
One said. "When I am elected president. I will
restore States RightsI will withdraw all Federal
aid." Another solemnly announced, "When 1 be
come president I will lower taxes, lower Federal
spending, lower the national debt, lower the
Bikini and lower the boom." And this one. so close
to tne truth: "Please elect me your president. 1
promise you everything." It was a stimulating eve-
ning of exchanging ideas in an uninhibited at-
mosphere. Gloria, a charter member of the Gour-
met Club in West Orange. N.J.. and Larry had a
lot of fun working out the decoiations for their
"political" partythe centerpiece on the buffet
was a conversation piece. Three highly polished
purple eggplants were decorated to look like the
thn-e presidential candidates. Huge bunches of
bliif and green grapes added to the festive ap-
pearance of the table.
Among the guests were son. Skip, and his cute
date, Sandy Matthias, the greatest politician of

all. Gloria's mother. Mrs Tillye Bell Silverstein
Dr. and Mrs. Lafegajsman, Paul Kaulatf.. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Fine, Mr and Mrs. Ted Sonn Mr
hi" Mrs Samuel Sorin, Dr. and Mrs William
Stern. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Snyder, Mr. and Mrs
Herman Goodman.
Broward County rolled oul the red carpet for
Mr and Mi- Hart Blumenleld. who were married
last July in Japan and got back jusl m time for
the elections, and there was Daddy'- Simons and
his France- as well a- Ed siane and his Frances.
Men in and Shirley Horn mu-l have had a grand
evening then- thank-you lettei used words cut
out from the newspaper, and expressed the opinion
shared by everyone, I'm sure- that the party
WU unbeatable."
FOR ONE SHINING HOUR AT CAMELOT
No matter what Charles and Cynthia Rosen-
berg do to celebrate the Bar Mitzvahs of their
other three sons. Eric. Adam and Howard, they'll
never be able to top that of their eldest. Jeff rev.
who recently became Bar Mit/vah at Temple Beth
David Fust there was a luncheon at the Temple.
And tor the dinner in his honor given at their
home, the house was set up as an old Enli-h
castle with standards of red and gold and ban-
ners proclaiming the royal family, a replica of
an English guard house, with the guard in full
livery the first thing that greeted your eye as
you approached on the red carpet. Lackeys in full
costume were all about, eager to satisfy the de-
sire Of anyone. King Charles and Queen'Cynthia.
regal in a long white and gold beaded brocade
gown with a train, greeted their quests at the
door where huge parchment pages mounted on
easels announced "A Bar Mit/vah Reception,
honoring the Crown Prince of Rosenberg. Jeffrey
Isaac." Underneath was a list of the guests anil
the seating arrangements using titles out of the
long ago. such as "Marquis and Marchioness
Robert Shevin, Emperor and Empress Leon Ro-
senberg, Duke and Duchess Stephen Muss. Count
and Countess Irving Wcxler.
The hors d'oeuvres v.ere served out on the
pool deck. Floating in the pool was a turret filled
with red and gold carnations and tall lighted
tapers. For all of Jeffrey's guests there was a
"coketail corner" and three special castles where
the younger set had their dinner. The buffet table
was decorated with cornucopias of fresh fruit.
When it suddenly began to rain. Cynthia, every
inch a queen, decided that although it wasn't
REALLY raining, dinner would be served under
the big tent Tables for ten were covered with red
velvet cloths or cloths of gold lame and laid with
gold flatware, cigaret urns and matches and
centered with tall pedestals of flowers and tapers
holding aloft a red velvet cushion on which was
a crown. A little dampness couldn't spoil a party
as fabulous as this one!
More fabulous than anything else was the
family devotion in evidence at this home, the
unusual candlelighting ceremony in poetry form,
written by mother and son. the first candle being
lit by their devoted housekeeper Ollie Milligan,
Beautiful beyond words, Mrs. Alexander Muss
looked exactly like Queen Guinevere. Also on
the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. Saul Morgan.
Mrs. Barbara Sandelman, Mr. and Mrs. George
Friedman, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Berkowitz. Mr.
and Mrs. Al Sakolsky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Finkel,
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau. Cantor and Mrs.
William I.ipson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Siegel. Mr
and Mrs Martin Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Col
denberg. Mrs. Phyliss Garber. Alexander Muss,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oppenheim, Mrs Harry
Goldberg, Mr. and Mr-. Marvin C.ilman and Mr.
and Mrs. David Schaecter.
Frances Lehman
COL itHUDA G/V//SH
Col. Garish
Is Speaker
For C J A
Col. Yehuda Gavish. command-
ing officer of the Beit-Shan Valley
m Israel, will be the special guest
speaker at the second Israel Lead-
ership Conference of the South
Beach Division ol the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Abraham A. Grunhut. chairman
of the division, will host the con-
ference which will be held in the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan A-sn. Auditorium. 1234 Wash
ington Ave Miami Beach, at 10
a.m. Monday.
Delegates from various Miami
folk organizations will be repre-
sented at the conference Arthur S.
Rosichan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewi.-b Federation. '
and Mr. Grunhut will also speak
to the delegate-. There will be no
charge and no fund-raising at the
conference.
"Our work is just beginning."
| Mr. Grunhut said. "We have major
I responsibilities for the next year.
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that we can truly carry out the
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When is ;i professional unprofessional? When she is a
volunteer at heart, We set out to discover how Dodo Mrs
Sam) Falick, who just retired from the oflice of Women's
Director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, got to
be a well-loved professional and
the rea.-on for her retirement, and
found it is possible to be both.
Born Dorothy Bernstein in
Boston. Mass.. she acquired the
nickname "Dodo" in school and it
has stuck to her ever since. She
began dancing lessons when she
was only seven, and was a profes-
sional dancer with a troupe of
eight girls who. with their dancing
teacher as chaperone. went every-
where in the the city and state.
Their teacher was only allowed to
pay their expenses, so their sal-
aries consisted of gifts chosen by the teacher. Dodo loved
every minute, though, the dancing, the excitement and the
adulation. She was chosen to be the Boston Post Girl, too,
a job that entailed appearances before meetings of a
number of organizations just before the holidays. In a
dress made of Boston newspapers, she danced with a basket
soliciting contributions to make the giving of holiday food
baskets to the needy possible.
Her family moved to New York, where she taught danc-
ing during her last year of high school. Many of her friends
as well as her partner in a dance studio venture were re-
hearsing a musical comedy in a Brooklyn dance studio when
the roof collapsed. Her partner was one of those killed that
day. and the tragedy drove Dodo out of dancing into busi-
ness school. She never went back.
Ten months after she met Sam, her "dream man."
they were married and went to live on Long Island Two
children were born to themGerald, now married to Celia,
and himself the father of two, Jeffrey and Jill and daugh-
ter Judith, who is Mrs. Barry Shine and mother of three.
Sari. Lori and Layna. The Falicks are lucky in that both of
their children have made Miami their home. Dodo says she
was a strict mother, not tolerating any disrespcctfulness in
her children. She taught them to be sensitive to the moods
of other people, and to do what had to be done with gra-
ciousness. even if they didn't feel gracious. She and Sam
are mighty proud of their children and their children's
families, so their upbringing was obviously a success
Among all her other community activities, Dodo gavi
a lot of time to the activil te N i W., and became
president o] the Rockawaj Sam had two h >
- res, one in Brooklyn and one on Bn adway in M
Disturbed by the changing ne hboi rs
lil up stakes and come to v
ere thej 1 enjo; la number of va 5, 1
Dodo claims the} ve never bi nd have i
e>ery minute of ii\ ng here.
i' do started as ., Pink La ly ai Mount -
f Temple Bel
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other She was as > a
stint at the Gi Ji
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month stretched into 14 years For the past x yi irs
t of the Women's Di\ I I
women with whom she worked love her ai il v is
larating to work with her. tor
been a volunteer herself so long that she km a
the) felt and would react to the work that was :ie.
Being director became her way of life. Nothi is I
for her to do, and there was no way to v pa te her
ess life from her personal life But it began to tell
her. Alter the i xhausting long hours at the office during
th- .n. Sam wasn't sure if it was hi- wife or a
zombie i in. So last year he decided it was tune
retired and she bowed to his wishes.
Since her retirement in June. Dodo says she has been
on a long second honeymoon, spending a lot of time with
Sam. whose hours are flexible now that he has his shoe
store on the Hollywod Mall. They play golf together, but
Dodo says she'll never make a good golfer no matter how-
many lessons she takes. She is able to spend more time
with her mother. Mrs. Lil Bernstein, and her children, as
well as "the most gorgeous grandchildren in the world."
(That's what Dodo thinks, doesn't every grandmother'
She is forever doing something more to fix up their
apartmenta lovely condominium in North Miami, and now
she has time for the personal friends she has collected as
the years passedand they are legion.
During her vears at Federation, the knowledge thai she
was doing something constructive motivated her Her
insight and the inl had in other people |
a part of her life and probably always will be Bui
til leisurel) ovei three cups ol coffe ki
that the full days ahead of her will be for -< r
i nj and having fun Oh, well, of course, with a LITT1 E
tnunity work thrown in. You can't throw
of a lifetime in a few monl

MRS. RONALD ftlNCOLD
Marion Gordon
Is Bride Of
Ronald Feingold
Marion Gay Gordon an I R
N Feingold were married Wi
daj evening, No* 27. at the Al-
giers Hotel Rabbi Morn- Skop
performed the candlelight cere-
mony
The bride, daughter of Mr- Ada
I Gordon, 2920 SW 19th Ter., and
the late Harry I. Gordon, wore a
formal length gown styled with a
1.1-i ol sheer white chiffon over
a fitted satin sheath The neckline
was deeoly bordered and encircled
with French lace showing a scal-
loped edge and the pointed sleeves
were overlaid with lace Appliques
wen scattered over the front of
the bodice, around the back and
on the lare bordered chapel length
train Her multi-tiered silk illusion
veil was held in place by a head
piece of matching lace and seed
pearls and she carried a bouquet
of orchids and stephanotis.
Mrs. Harold Metzger. the bride's
sister, was matron of honor; Eileen
Cireen was maid of honor. Brides-
maids included Mrs Richard Pert-
noy, Judith Richardson, and Mrs
Marvin Lessne William Phillips.
the groom's cousm, serve I as esl
man and ushers wire the bride's
brother-in-law, Harold Metzger, the
groom's uncle, Sal DiPietr
Richard Siegmiester
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Engagement Of
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Mr and Mrs Lawrence S sv.n-
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Epsilon 1 socia frati rn ly, he
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Medical School next September.
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Is Engaged To
Alan Glacknian
Mr and Mr- ll \ Selei n
N rth Miami
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man. 3001 SW S
been announce I
Mr and Mrs .!, ,
NE 174th St \
The wedding will
Aug 16
The bride elect luated
from Miami Norlai
School and Miam
College, is a sen
sity of Miami, whi r<
ing in speech patl | audi-
ology. She Is a mi
Alpha Eta. speech and earii
ciety. and is on tl of Di-
rectors of the In.. : Muai
Young Democrats Whili at M
Dade Junior College shi was ticc
president of the Dihate Squad and
in 1966 was National Debate Chan-
pion (Women's Junior lolle^e Di-
vision). In 1967 six m fir-t place
in the National Exl mporanfOM
Speaking Champ. jnd a
second place in the National Ora-
tory Championship-
Mr. Friedman, a graduate tl
Miami Senior Ugh School and'.he
University of South Caroli
attending law
versify, Tulsa, Okla \ member of
B'nai B'rith Hillel \ZA Phi Epsi-
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Friday. TJovember 29. 1968
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MSS SHtRI ANN SUSKIN
Short Suskin Is
Engaged To Wed
Sheldon Zttbert
Mr ard Mrs Harry M. Suskin
of Mian Beach announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Sheri
Ann. i, Sheldon Robert Zilbert,
the son i" Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Zilhert. ; ."-o of Miami Beach.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of
Miami Eeach Senior High School,
attended the Chandler School for
Women -. Boston and is presently
studying >rt at the University of
Miami.
Her fil nee was graduated from
Miami Peach Senior High School
and Tui;me University, where he
receiver: his Bachelor of Arts de-
gree ir English. A member of
Sigma A.pha Mu fraternity, he is
presently attending the University
of Mian-; School of Law.
The wedding will take place on
June 7. 1969.
Engagement Of
Marsha Silver
Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silver. 439
Caligula Ave., announce the en-
rfauement of their daughter. Mar ha
Susan, to Kenneth Henry Williams.
son Of Mr. and Mrs. <>. K. Williams
i Me;:iirie. La
A graduate of Coral Gabl Sen-
ior High School, M: Silver re-
ceived her Associate in Arts de-
rree [rom M ami Dade Junior Ci I-
lege, v ii ;re she serve I i the stafi
>f the Falcon Vear Book She at-
ndi I the University ol Tei nessee
where she was a member ":
Epsilon Phi. and is currently a
student at the University of Miami,
where she will graduate with a de-
gree in Education.
Her fiance, a graduate of Curly-
Senior High School, attended Pur-
due University, Texas A&.M. and
University of Miami. He is pres-
ently employed by Delta Airlines
while continuing his education at
Louisiana State University in New-
Orleans.
Rifkin Kaufman Rites Solemnized

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MRS. PHILIP RIFKIN
MISS MARSHA SILVIR
S DEBORAH SUi DAVIS
Deborah S, Davis
To Be Bride Of
Peter F, Cohen
May .- at
en til
daughtei
Frank Cohi
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A\e M ami Beach,
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Senior High School. Thej are cur-
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Miami.
Tin Id I take place in
Dec-en r ol i960
Atlanta Girl
Is Married To
Doctor Hyman
Ellen Marcia. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer L. Balser of At-
lanta, was married to Dr. Barry
Noel Hyman, son of Mr. and Mr-
Irving Hvnian of Miami Beach,
Nov. 2 in Atlanta.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania and was grad-
ed cum laude from the I m-
itj of Miami She l-
an assistant buver a- Rich's Inc .
- meni toi
Dr. Hyman is
I I'; liami i .
: '
i the U.S. A
he
of Commend
of activi itj
After a N '
York City, the

is com
pital.
Theresa Sedlik
Becomes Bride
Of Dr. Wolfgang
Theresa Ann Sedlik and Dr.
Steven Lewis Wolfuan^ were mar-
ried in Philadelphia, Pa., Thurs-
day. Nov. 28.
Daughter of Mrs. Susan Sedlik
of Miami Beach and .lack Sedlik of
Long Beach. NY., the bride grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
School, attended Emory University
and received her R.N. degree at
Touro Infirmary. New Orleans. La.
She is currently head nurse of the
Coronary Care Unit at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania Medical Cen-
ter in Philadelphia.
The bridegroom, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Wolfgang.
Forest Hills. N.Y., attended the
University of Pennsylvania and is
currently doing his residency in
psychiatry at The Institute of
Pennsylvania Hospital.
After a wedding trip to Spain
and Portugal, the couple will re-
side in Philadelphia.
Gay Ann Kaufman became the
bride of Philip Rifkin. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Rifkin. 5240 NK
Third Ct., Saturday, Nov. 23. in
the Algi -i- Hotel,
The bride, the dan [ht( r Oi Albert
Kaufmai 5211 NE Third CI I
uated from Miami Beach S
High v Uni-
versity "1 Mi .
'I ;: i
High School ii
:i the
N I!
Iding trip to San Juan.
Nursery School Mothers
"Fai lilj Reli will be
I in depth by tin- mothers
oi children enrolled in Temple Beth
i Nursery School beginning
at 10 ., in Tuesdaj. Dei 10. Anita
Poppele, director oi the s
will be the modera
Members of the Nursery School
Program Committee are: Dr. Mer-
ry S. Haber, chairman: Mrs. Alan
Braun, Mrs. Gordon Scbobel, Mrs.
Yale Freedline and Mrs. Warren
Schlan-ier.
ORT Art Show On Mall
The Lincoln Road Art Show and
Sale, sponsored by the Bay Chap-
ter. American Women's ORT. has
been scheduled for Dec. 13 through
Dec. 15. with all proceeds to bene-
fit the ORT Scholarship program,
Mrs. Harry Litman, chapter presi-
dent, has announced.
12th Year
JERO MAGON
School of Fine Arts
440 f spanofo Way
Miami Beach 531-3616
Personalized Instruction
Puerto Rico, the couple will live
in Miami Beach. -
Wedding*
and
3izthday&
arc tpca'aC...
So ate
luz Ca/:e6 !
Our bakers are true
artists. That's one
reason why our birth*
day and wedding
cakes, are known
throughout the city
they look better
and taste. better
than any other! ,
To make birth-
days, weddings or
any special occa-
sion even more
memorable, let
us create one ot
our cake mas-
terpieces.
We could
prove our
cakes are the
finest but
you'll just
cat up the
evidence!
JWV Auxiliary Completes
'Teddy Bear7 Project
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish War Veterans will meet at the
Park Lane Cafeteria at 9:30 a.m.
Sundaj
Terrycloth Teddybears, made by
the Auxiliarj members under the
direction of Sydell Lev-itch, presi-
dent, will be distribute l to p
. \ ... jet; i'i Hos] tal he
Hospit an
the ;- i,: '
i.... 11 isp

^^A^/^X^^^^^A^*-
DADE'S MOST POPULAR
PARTY MUSICIAN
JEWISH-AMERtCAN
PROGRAM
ANDOR KELLERT
ELECTRIC ORGANIST
ALLEY CAT, HORAS, TOO!
Phone: 945-4878
LOS PINOS NUEVOS
BAKERY
1801 S. W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 374-1748
FORMER LOCAL DEPARTMENT STORE MANAGER !
TAKES OVER THE SMART
Mrs, Joe Barchan, a pi
: and boar i
dars of Lebanon Hospital Auxil-
iary, has been appointed eha.
of their annual -Day at the R
fund-rais ng program,
for Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. at
Tropical Park Race Course,
KAYE-L0UISE
DRfSS AMD SPOMSYIEA*
SHOP
469 W. 49th ST. Palm Springs Mile
HENRY L. Dvoor former manager of a large Depart-
ment Store on Hialeah Dr. has taken over the fashionable
Kaye-Louise Shop on Palm Springs Mile.
Mr. Dvoor cordially invites all of his friends and former
patrons to come in to see him. Let him tell you of his plans to
make Kaye-Louise, the smartest, brightest "Fashionest" Shop
on the Mile.


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9* It *' fttrraHHiiir
Friday. November 29, 1968
$200,000
YEAR
LIQUOR Bar and rcj-,u
5 A.M. closing. 3 tepl
bar operation* Gross ng
ter than $200,000 ., ,..,
beer and whukey As-
S50.0O0 with one half
down. Call Nat Cart-,
11 A M 757. 7i
Eve*. 235-6426
Sacrifice due to nines.
;..: fciiiilllll .. .
1 for tlic recent Ce-
llars ol Lebanon Hospital Ball and
inner Dance was the Grand
Ballroom ol the Fontainebleau
lotel. Dinner, chairman Saul Sil-
uests to the Les Violins floor
how, which was presented dur-
n- the cocktail hour
Hospital president Harry Lewis
ind his "He were among th-
nails 1,000 guests. Mrs. Lewis
>ooked lovely in a gold brocade
ensemble with the neckline and
he front of her evening coal
landed in a h savj gold scroll,
lotted with multicolored jewels
A silver latticed gown was the
iaice of Mr- E Albert Pallot,
ind Mrs Richai d Pallot was in a
ilue chiffon over maroon, which
,.i\ e the gou ;i an unusual silver
ast, ll1'!' !'n.: sleeved bodice was
leweled. Mr- Arthur Kaufman's
ileated pink chiffon had an em-
I e .' aist an I leatnred ,i green
bodice
Mr- Morris Blau wore a pink
ilk crepe with the hiuh cowl
leckline and long sleeves encrust-
i with silver and crystal jewels
ind paillette- An aquamarine
netallic gown was the choice of
Mrs. David Stuzin. C'irclettis ol
hinestones created her shoulder
nap-. Mrs Ben Oren's gown pro-
eeted the oriental mood in an
emerald green and ^oid paisk>
irocad.' Mrs. Morris Blumberg
elected a nile ^reen and gold
jrocade gown for the evening of
lining, dancing, and excellent
entertainment
A silver jeweled bodice topped
he black pleated evening skirt
vorn b> Mrs. Julius Alexander
Mcs. Michael Gordon's mint
green chiffon had a jeweled em-
pire bodice. White peau de soie
-nth a geometric pattern created
jy rhine-tones was worn by Mrs
Ray Good. Mrs Rufus Broadawav
combined velvet and brocade.
ter gold velvet bodice was fitted
ind had a scouped neckline, the
hanipii^ne colored skirt was
softly gathered.
Mi- Fred Stone looked stun-
ling in a -olt yellow imported
ace gown, reembroidered in yold
and a metallic pearl thread, the
portrait neckline featuring a
stand-up collar. Mrs. Stanley Ja-
mison's silver grey satin com-
bined with white brocade had
crystal caviar beads encrusted on
the cowl collar. An emerald green
embossed brocade with a match
ing jacket was seen on Mrs.
Harry Horwich. Mrs. Theo Sttuhl
was in black with one shoulder
bare and the other covered with
a large Bell fabric bow
A teal blue silk in the sheath
silhouette was the choice ol Mrs.
Hamid Goldstein. Burgundy and
avocado colored sequins were
combined in an overall scroll
embroidered pattern. Mrs En
-mi Komi ad- pink silk illusion
was over pink satin with ombred
shades ol pink sequins, from ice
to shocking, embroidered on the
illusion
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
i as in an ivory-colored gown
plc'ely covered with crystal
ar beads. The muted pink
silk worn by Mr- Oscar Levine
caused a surprise in the family
when she bought it. for her twin
sister had bmi-hl an identical
dies- in .mother cit} with neither
of them knowing ol the other's
purchase.
Mrs, Raymond Cohen's gown
was American Beauty reil -ilk
worsted, cut in the Aline silhou-
ette, A Soil Moustaki Original in
a shimmering intense brown silk
jersey, intricately draped across
the bodice, as only silk jer.-ey can
be. a style for which Moustaki is
well known, was Mrs. Howard
Gordon's choice.
Mrs. Macey Keyes was in pink'
crepe, the skirt swirling with os-
trich feathers. The femininely
tailored look was chosen by by
Mrs. Albert J. Gilson. Her yellow
silk brocade with matching long-
sleeved jacket was cut in the
double breasted style and fasten-
ed with rhincstone buttons.
If you have question that you
would like discussed, please write
to Mrs. Zipp in care of The Jewish
Floridian. She will answer in her
column as soon as possible.
Arnold J. Stern (left) and I. Jerry Bloom, cochairman of the
Accountants Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, dis-
cuss plans for the campaign kickofi. Israeli Col. Yehuda
Gavish will meet with a select group of the accountants at
5 p.m. Tuesday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. ________
Attends NFTS
Board Meeting
Mr-. Aaron M. Kanner, who is .1
member of the Board of Directors
of the National Federation of Tem-
ple sisteihoods, attended the an-
nual board meeting at NFTS head
quarters in New York last week
Mrs, Kanner. a leader in Temple
Israel's Sisterhood, participate.! in
he meeting of the NFTS Depart-
ment on .Member-hip ami Admin-
: itive Services, of which she 1-
a member
At the board meeting an annual
administrative budget of approx
t< I) a quarter of a million dol
- toi the organization's pro
gram during the coming year was
adopted and plan- reviewed lor the
J7;h Biennial Assembly of NFTS,
which 1- scheduled to be held in
.Miami Beach in October. 1969
11% NET, NET
& 12% NET, NET
INVESTMENT
FOOD FRANCHISE
Operations State Wide
TRIANGLE REALTY Inc.
681-0976
BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE
FORMER MEDICAl BUILDING
2S00 SQ FT.
N. W. 7th Avenue 49 ST
Sl/'TABH
PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS
865-9004, 864 0005
CIVIC CENTER
ENTIRE BLOCK uN I lth ST
ZONED FOR OFFICES OR APIS.
200x100, S6C000
Phone 373-3325
Miami Ballet Company
Opens Season Saturday
The Miami Ballet Company, di-
rected by Thomas Armour, will
open its 17th season at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday in the Dade Counts Au-
ditorium.
A civic, non-profit organization,
the company was founded in 1931
as an outlet for talented dancer-,
musicians, scenery artists and cos-
tume designers in the Greater Mi-
ami area.
The Ballet Company's orchestra
is under the direction of Carmen
Nappo.
RESTAURANT
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
No. Miami excellent location.
equipped and operating,
naads top chef may
with lots el know how,
small investment repaired.
7S1 7347 or 751 9500.
GROCERY STORE
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
DOING NEARLY S3 000
Weekly. Tremendous
Potential far right person.
Phone 443-9119
IMPOSSIBLE MISSIONS
-j 9*ibicducin jtm =Zu ^ ((< YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER! IMPOSSIBLE MISSIONS are for people MM you
. people on the go who need chores done, parties planned, errands run,
presents bought packaged, and delivered. We can find you everything and
anything .. as exotic as a Cheeta or as common as a clcthes line!
SOMETHING BUGGING YOU??? The time is now r,d yourself of the nuisance
chores and errands Let us find the unusual gift, plan that unforgettable
part)
ONE CALL CAN DO IT ALL Phone 445 2348
'Roaring Twenties' Dance
Slated By Judea Women
The Temple Judea Sisterhood
will sponsor a "Roaring Twenties"'
dance at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Dec. 7. Costumes will be optional,
but a prize will be awarded for
the best, according to Mr- David
Goodman, chairman, whose assis-
tants in making arrangements will
be Mrs. Robert Loeb and Mrs.
Fred Kleiner.
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY SPECIALS
PERMANENT WAVES FROM $17NOW$ff
FROSTING REGULAR PR. $15 NOW $J2
WIG SALE 50% OFF
v. Hi: /\ oror/* Jlttiuiu Oa/pM
7291 RED ROAD 667-7282
FURNITURE REPAIRING
U6METTE IIMMS MM SetCIALTT
TMCl UP WOtU MME IN TOUR HOME
Vff CO ANYWHERE ... SUSSTOrS I TABLE MIS
CALL 374-3000 STEVE M HHOll
HOUSE OF 7 SEAS
Boutufue
Imported Perfumes Fabrics
Arts Crofts
From India and Africa
4409 N.W. 7th Ave. 758 9007
^
BATTERY TROUBLE?
TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SER-V4CE
12600 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE 891-9187
TINY TOT
FINISHING SCHOOL
45 ALMER1A AVENUE
CORAL GABIES
5*. KIMDUGARTlN
J*. K/NOfRGARTEN NURSERY
call
448-7521
UMIHD ENROLLMENT
MRS. WILLIAM WVNM
Teacher.Houswn -,.'..'.. .r
SHE HAS A STAKE.
IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE.
DO YOU?
She has given to the Greater Miami Philharmonic.
Without help, this fine new orchestra ceases. Won C
You join her, and have a stake in our future ?
fefeAlQ
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
MIAMI ROR1DA


friday, November 29, 1968
vJknisti ThrkMan
Paqe 11 B
FOR SALE
HARDWARE
STORE
GROSSING OVER
$60,000 YEARLY
Goad Location. Owner
PHONE 688-8376
/ CM /11-Ml 0
IN COCONUT GROVE
SI000 PER MONTH
2 LARGE PRIVATE PATIOS
2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
Lovely landscaped Pool Area
JL
443-8672
o(umnt
_' \ or/A
444-8597
8-1 BEDROOM APTS
HOLLYWOOD BEACH
Nrwly refurbished and Air
Conditioned. All on one floor.
Near Ocean and Shops.
ONLY $22,500
(CASH DOWN)
Excellent Financing
On Balance
BERLOWREISFIELD, Realtors
1140 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 945-4308
On Beautiful Wide
Biscayne Bay
[Bay Harbor Island. 4 Bed-
room, 3 Baths. Perfect condi-
tion, lorge rooms, Pool, Boat
ck. Fla. Room, Foyer, liv-
ng, Dining, Kitchen and
Ireakfost Room. Air Cond. &
n. Heot. 175' deep x 123'
water. 110' on Street. Lot
nd a Half. Garage
OWNER 866-8359
lEAUTY SALON and
APARTMENTS
FOR SALE
30 N.E. 62nd St.
Owner Call For
Appointment -
945-2985
5-R00M HOTEL
|T in heart of Miami.
Lounge, Dining room.
M, down. Price $200,-
Jross $139,160.
[D'AMICO, ASSOCIATE
b CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
hisc Blvd. 371 3592
LOCATED IN
MWNTOWN MIAMI
, Alteration, Clean-
Laundry. Close to 3
t stores. 35 years
location. Owner
Retiring.
H 373-6806
KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock: Elevator: Bus al Door;
Cooking Facilities in
titty Room:
Monthly or Yearly.
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
Phone 865-9361
GENIE is here!!!
The sensational, new, jel-fast, Icns-
\nr rlec*rostalic copier is como^tely
automatic ... cop/ paper stored in
machine. Copies OTytMng 'nt? eye
can ee in seconds. Coor- act al
s"",0,oNLY$49500
Business fquipmint Ce.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
1131 .E. 151t S'. F*. S45-I7H
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Parf Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
COCONUT GROVE
HOMt 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 I
either seasonal or by the
year.
Call 443-8672, 444-8597
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
WILL TRADE
6 "- ACRES ON U.S. 1
IN FT. PIERCE FOR
KEY LARGO or TAVERNIER
PROPERTY
Phone 944-o710
3030 Marcos Dr. Point East,
North Miami Beach,
Florida, iil6d.
2 BUILDINGS
3,000 Sq. Ft. Each, large
walkin coolers and freeiers.
Ideal location Will rent
seperately or both. For
inormation,
Call Seymour Friends
531-6507
PRIME
INTERAMA AREA
7 Units Furnished
Stones throw from shopping
center, Banks, N. Miami Gen.
Hosp., Fine Restaurants, Etc.
1st mtge ot 6 .. Grosses
$10,360 on yearly leases. No
Brokers. 949-5659.
OCEAN GRANDE APT. & HOTEL
37th, & COLLINS AVE.
Directly ON THE OCEAN
PHONE 532-1721
15 OF 72 ROOMS
Aisc Pui-dnettes Available
REFRIGERATORS AVAIL.
CEN. AIR COND. HEAT .
FREE TV IN ROOM
LIVE-ENTERTAINMENT
BINGO-COCKTAIL PARTIES
FREE PARKING
POOL-SUN DECK
OFFERS........
HOTEL ROOMS
FOR SEASON
FROM NOW TO
MAY 1st
FOR $1400
New Westinghouse
COIN I LAUNDRY I
"MTED I 0RYCLH,MG I FRANCHISES
Prime Locations, New Shopping Centers In:
Miami Hollywood
o Ft. Lauderdale Palm Beach
Net 35%-40% on investment
Cash required $15,000 to $20,000
M&M Associates, Inc.
2991 N.E. 6th Ave Ft. Lauderdale. Flo.
Write or call Collect
Ft. lauderdole 565-2687 or 565-1022_________
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING
IN WELL ESTABLISHED
FULL PRODUCING ORANGE GROVE
240 Acre Orange Grove in the central highlands of
Florida available in 20 acre units. Complete manage-
ment available at cost through grower owned citrus
co-operative. An excellent investment at $2,000 per
acre to include the current crop on tree.
RICHARD L GIBSON
REALTOR
307 HARVEY BUILDING
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
CLEANING PLANT
OWN OR LEASE
Established retail dry clean-
ing and laundry business.
Busy shoinin" street.
Earnings start immediately.
CALL MR. UANN
642-4322
I
ULTIMATE IN LUXURY
1 year new spacious custom
3 Bedroom 3 Bull) home in
Golden Isles On double cor.
lot. surrounded by water on
twe sides with 4C" boit dock.
Enormous screened pool end
patio areo. Perfec; foi en-
tertaining Tht nppoir' ni nts
ot this exquisite home will
please the moss discriminat-
ing buyer. Price $175,000.
Call Gwen Margolis,
Realtor
949-4541
WATERFRONT LOTS
FOR SALE
Grand Bahama Island
Queens Cove
Make Reasonable Offer.'
305-235-1115
!!BIG BUSINESS!!
WILL buy outright or merge
with manufacturer or dis-
tributor. Present manage-
ment may remain. Minimum
volume $200,000.
LESLIE M. DAVIS
Broker 443-2547
CORAL GABLES
HOMES
SALE BY GUILDER
TWO brend new homes at
410-414 Giraldo. 3 bedrooms,
2 bath. 2 car garage, cen-
tral air. Phone 666-4431
CO-OP FOR SALE MAGNIFICENT view on Bay Harbor Island luxury apt. Heated Pool,, reverse cycle air cond., newly decorated including lovely carpeting. 1 b-droom apt. Priced at $28 000. Coll for appointment 866-9035.
t Want Your Own Business? Service Station I c 0| pOftunily -.:! J '? : : Call R. A. Budd '. R. M. Fidler Atlantic
Richfield I 945-5388 Days or I I 226-3075 Evomngs J {'.OPPORTUNITY!! GET in on ground floor. NM Kosmetic Kontaining Mink oil Newly introduced in Florid; 751-0320

LOOK FOR APTS. WITH JOHN ADAMS N. i I.Vi .:; P. Ilk-hlful \ u iili in..ilt in 1 in. il In li\ 111 i.r r.-M ly located m II in.-..in, |15,<>n ALSO Brind new 23 Unfurn.. Ap's. all on leases. Here's security for you. Better hurry. ALSO Surrounded by tropical gar. dens. Best rental area in Hialeah. Never a vacancy! You will love it too. Net 14', only $25,000. ALSO New Hialean listings. '4 Units across from famous race track. Always full. These will go tast. John Adams Associate Res. 665-4474 KEYES CO. 43rd Year REALTORS 100 Bisc Blvd. 371-3582
30 upward return Coin operated vending Equipment Best Motels Local Area Nc Merchan-dise inventory required Full or part time write M F Box 2973 Miami Fla 33101 including telephone number

TEXACO -2 Modern Service Stations for lease. 1570 Alton Road, 501 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Paid Training, Both stations have excellent potential. Contact J. D. GRANTHAM, 633-8516 weekdays, 8 to 5.
THE WINNER!

Lucky wlnr^X
w^o rtgiifantd at
f the recent Miami Pinswr Key j
Boat Show for our fnto eriza
of a revolutionary now Float.
On Trailer it Mr. B. H. Mock,
of 851 S. W. 63rd Avenue, Fort
Lauderdale, Fla.
And the Boat Show's biggest
winntr-of-them-all was the fab-
ulous Float-On, the immeriib e,
guaranteed no-rust boat trailer
that sovej you money, makes
loading or launching a 30 sec-
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SEE FLOAT-ON DEMONSTRATIONS


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fJeniit Fkridlifon
Friday, November 29,
1968
IJ
1 m
^k [*JHP^ ^^
V 1
will be held Saturday evenin
tne Eden Roc hotel. l
Among the friends an
attending will he bis aum ,,
uncles^lr. and Mrs R J
now, nnroui,., pj \,.
Thayer and M, ._,,:
and family, from New \ ,,
Mrs. Jjelnij HerzoB m u
i

David Pollack Sandra Huppert
Sandra Huppert
Sandra, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Huppert. 7825
( respi Blvd.. Miami Beach, will
become Ba; Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah Friday evening. Nov. 29.
Sabbi Mayer Abramowitz will offi-
ciate.
Sandra, who attends the Rclig-
Jous School of Temple Menorah, is
Jn the eighth grade in Nautilus
."unior High School, where she is
. n outstanding student.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in Temple Me-
rorah's Social Hall following the
services.
Bryan Kleinman
At the 8:30 a.m. services Satur-
day. Nov. 30. Bryan Hal. son of Dr.
and Mrs. Bert Kleinman. 14321
SW 77th Ave., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Bryan, who is an eighth grade
student at Palmetto Junior High
School, is an accomplished pianist.
He gave a recital at Morse College
of Yale University, New Haven.
Conn., in 1967, and was assistant
tditor of the Sheridan Middle
School newspaper while he was in
New Haven.
Bryan's father, who is director
cf Special Programs for the Dade
County public schools, ana his
mother will host the Kiddu-h at
Ihe conclusion of Saturday morn-
ing's services, and a reception and
tinner in honor of the celebrant.
Among the guests expected are
Bryan's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Abe Kleinman; Mr. and Mr-
Norman Kleinman and son from
Dkers, N.Y., and Dr. and Mr-
Hyman K. Schonfeid and children,
from Orange, Conn.

Howard Levrant
ie main sanctuary of Temple
N< r Tamid al 8 15 i in. Satin
N iv. 31 n of
'. and Mrs. Murraj Le\ r int of
17 I .vela::;! Rd..
become Bar Mitzvah.
Howard, a stu lent at Ner Tamid
S ittends Ni
ni ir High School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a :
t mor will be held at th< \ git rs
tel Saturday evenii
Guests at the celebration will in-
dude his great grandmother. Mr.-.
Sarah Cohen, and grandparent.-
Mrs. Max Warhaftig and Mr. and
s. Jack Levrant.
Attending from out of town will
tx Mr. and Mrs. Herman Freed-
man, Mrs. Alvin Freedman. and
Mrs, David Morris of Philadelphia:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein. Mr. and '
Mrs. Sol Cohen and Mr. and Mrs
Herbert Cohen from New Jersey:
Mrs. Bernard Cohen and Paul Lev-
rant from California: Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Liss from North Carolina.
Mrs. Arthur Saffran. Susan Lev-
rant and Robert Saffran from New
V rk.
Israel reception hall will be given
in honor of the celebrant.
Bruce Reiff
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs J i
seph Reiff. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov.
30, at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Bruce, who has attended Beth
Torah Religious School for the
past four years, will continue his
religious education and become a
member of the Confirmation class.
Following the services, Bruce's
family and friends will attend the
Oneg Shabbat in his honor.
David Pollack
David Mark, son of Mr and Mrs.
Louis Pollack. 4429 Post Ave.. Mi-
Beach, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Israel Synagogue Sat-
l y, Nov 30. Rabbi Berel W'ein
v.tll officiate, and David will read
i entire portion of the Torah and
<:iduct the Musaf service.
An eighth grade student a* the
rew Academy. David is a mem-
i at 'he acad< ick team
and plays with the Little I I ie
ach.
i, a Kid-
and lunchc in in the Beth
Howard Levrant
Meri Alperin
Friday evening. Nov. 29. Meri.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Alperin. will become Ba.- Mitzvah
at the Israelite Center.
A student at the Israelite Center
Religious School, she is in the
ninth grade at Ponce de Leon
Junior High School.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
services will be hosted by Meri's
parents in her honor, as well as a
family dinner Saturday evening.
Michael Arkin
Mich;.. Scott, -on of Mr. and
Mrs, Norman A Arkin, 9425 W.
Broadview Dr., Bay Harbor Is-
lands, will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temj th Sholom Si I
-. x.'v 30. Rabbi I
I will offici
is a stu I ni
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5731,
David Breslow
David J
VIrs. Mi ires!
his Ba tzvah S
Nov. 30. at Bi .
An i t johi
F. Kenne ly Junior High S
has bi en atti
["01 :, .,-.
and will continue
tion as a pn
dent.
A reception and dinner will be
held in David's honor at th.
lomat Country Club Saturdaj i i
ning. Attending will be his
parents. Sam Bra-lawsky and Mr
and Mrs. Rubin Abrams.

Michael Bush
Michael Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Bush, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day. Nov. 30, by Rabbi Alfred
Waxman. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Zion.
In the eighth grade at Glades
Junior High School. "Mike" plays
saxophone in the school hand. He
has attended the Temple Zion Re-
ligious School four years.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will he held at the temple
Sunday afternoon. Dec. 1.
Among the many out-of-town
guests will be Mike'- grandpar-
ent.-. Mrs. Sadie Bush and Mr and
Mrs. Joe (iitter.

James Cassel
James Seott, Boll of Mr. and Mrs.
Marwin S. Cassel, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 30, at
Temple Emanu-El.
James is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School, where he play- saxophone
Ul the band.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception at the Fontainebleau
Hotel following the services His
grandparents, Mrs Lee Hyman and
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Cassel. will
attend the < vent.
*
Maurice Ejenbaum
Maurice, son of Mr. and Mrs.
, Abram Ejenbaum. 8220 Hawthorne
Ave., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday morning. Nov. 30 Kabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate.
A student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy and a United Synagogue
Youth member at Temple Meno-
rah. Maurice'.- hobby is playing
the guitar.
The celebrant will be honared
with a reception and dinner Satur-
day evening in Temple Menorah's
Social Hall.
e
Elaine Enerreld
Elaine, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Enerfeld. will become Bas
Mitzvah at Temple Zion Friday
evening. Nov. 29. during services
which will begin at 8:15. Rabbi
Susan Horowitz Gordon SokoloH
Zion on Saturday. Nov. 30.
Elliot, who i- in the eighth grade
at Glades Junior High School, is
in the K Land Football team, lie
has been a student at the Temple
Zion Religious School four years.
Guests at the Bar Mitzvah and
at the reception to be held Satur-
day evening at the YM-YWHA will
be his grandparent-. Mrs Morton
Levine and Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur
Rabbi Lehrnia
To Spoilk At
Zamora Institi
ii
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
Emanu-El will Dl th.
er at the second of the
sessions of the Institute i
held at Temple Zamora
p.m. Tuesday,
"The Persona
Who Played the i
Jewish Faith i
ing the Babylon ai
Rabbi Lehrmai
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The series ol fjvi -..
sored by the Fed( ral
Clubs of the t n:t. | -.
America will
Berger, Temple Za
leader, as the mod era I
ii i
Davii Breslow
Michael Arkin
James Cassel
1
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Onej
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Si,*., i Horowitz
Mr.
15th S Bas .M
iov. 29. at T
Or 01
-' W( M ami Junior H
e sings in the Gli e Club
She is j f the c!
Iren's '' lit ai Temple Or olom
Mr. and Mrs Horowitz will
the one- Shabbat following the
services and a luncheon at their
home Saturday afternoon for Su-
san's friend-. Her grandmother.
Mrs Ro>e Hoffman, and a number
of out-of-town guests will attend
the festivities.
Richard Rudolph
Richard, son of Mr and Mr-
Morton Rudolph, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Synagogue
Saturday afternoon. Nov. 30.
Richard is a student at John F
Kennedy Junior High School,'
where he participates in sports ac-
uities. He has attended the Beth
Torah Religious School for several
years and will continue his relig.
ious education, becoming a ment-
al the Confirmation class.
An Oneg Shabbat in Richard-
honor will follow the si
tended by hi- family and friends.
Sacks, and members of the family
from New York and California.

Ellen Saks
Ellen, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Saks, will observe her Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening. Nov. 29.
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Ellen has been a student at Beth
Torah Religious School for several
years and will become a member
of the Confirmation class of 1970
Following the services an Oneg
shabbat nil! be held in her honor
With fafflilj and friends attend.
Gordon Sokoloff
Gordon Dan son if Dr and
Mrs.Artl | ;:, \ ,
be-
ll Bi th :
ngi Sal ir \
^ student at i \ ademy,
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m Plaza
Mrs Lily
.'- Bi 111 So
:: fi l os v. eles. < alif.
terry, is
in Omaha.
< |
Stewart Stein
Stewart, in of Mr. and Mrs
Milton stem will observe hi- Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning Nov
30. at the i;,.;h Torah Svnagogue
Stewart attend- Beth Torah's re-
ligious school and wiU continue
with his religious education, be-
coming a member of the Confirma-
tion class.
Stewart's family and friends will
attend an Oneg Shabbat in hi.
honor following the services
Committee Appointed For
Hospital Day At Races
Cedars of Lebanon Hos| i| .\,i\.
iliary this week ap|
mittee to direct it- upco D y
At The Race-" a; Tropi ,. Park
Saturday. Dec 14.
President Mr- T. | |
has named Mr- Joe Bai
chairman of the da> Mr- David A.
Hess and Mrs Sam Si
serve as her cochairrr \:-..
named to the leader.' j| as
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. \
dent of ways and mi
National Airlines
Names Staff VPs
I. B Maytai Na-
tional Airlii i
i intment e
presidents in the 1
ion and staff
dent in the F : i !>.
appoints
sales; John W
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f
i ice presidei
Brincki
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to .1 Dan Iv via
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continui l E I
sky, vice pres
The office lent
new cat) I mat '
position that ras v
National's B srd f Director.- in
Miami on Nov t> Appoint to
this position art m idi I >
id< Dl of the com pan)
Israel Introduces New
Bat Sheha Perfume
If you combine one of I-rael's
most beautiful women wit i one of
Israel's finest fragrances, '-: have
something that is nothing short of
irresistible.
Elliot Sacks
Elliot Jay. .on of Mr. and Mr-
Howard Sack-, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Mark Weissman
Mark Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
cnane. Weiasman, 8<>o ne 147th
.: bft'omc Bal" Mitzvah on
Saturday. Nov 30. at Beth Moshe
Con.resat.on. when he will con-
duct the traditional serv.ee and
g*2f Haftarah. Rabbi David
:',-''nN : " Kirschenbaum will offlcl
.*" studenl at North
Sd,,,,,!. Mark
iJiSSPiS w,rvices' wddud,
Hall will be spon-
Mrs. We,-.K,n
-M-rk 1 noi.or. ,IK, relwp|10I1 ,
Rina Kishon was choser j< MlsSl
Israel by her nation, and is you
know. Israel is famed for ts love-
ly women. Bat-Sheba has been
picked by countless wome 1 as Is-
rael's finest fragrance, ir 1 land
equally famed for fine fra:rances.
Rina Kishon and Bat-Sheba are
being introduced to the United
States in major dcpartmei st
from coast to coast Rina Kishon
Mi Israel w 11 be dis ibuting
samples of Bat-Sheba'fl fin"'
fragrances, called "Woo< Hod-
em" and 'Exotic Oriental."
Attractively packaged ia hand-
paintel bottle-. 1 will be
h. ideal Isra '
someone or for j lurself li
yourself to B. 'Ir'
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Jay, November 29, 1968
+Jewisti Meridian
Paqe 13-B
m*s. ALFRED STONE
jening Of Wometco's
sw Byron Theatre Set
RrVometco's new Byron Theatre,
kt St. and Byron Ave, Miami
kich. will open Friday evening,
k\ 20. with a benefit perform-
l.-e of "The Lion in Winter."
hiring Katharine Hepburn and
|:er U Toole.
Though finishing touches are
I In inn made to the theatre's
erior. the box office is open for
vance sale of tickets for the
d m's tir-t performance, which is
msored by the North shore Op-
list Club.
Mrs. Stone To Be Honored At Bond Dinner
The first annual ChMukh-to*'I raehi Women of America, with the MeL .she ha- been chosea for the
Dinner oi state under the auspice- added patronage oi Beth Israel lsral Award of Honor
of the State of Israel Bonds will Congregation and Jacob C. Cohen
take place Wednesday evening, Congregation. By virtue of the fact that Mrs.
Dee. 18. the fourth night of Chanu- Stone will be honored, her neigh-
kah, at the Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Alfred Stone, a national bors of 100 Lincoln Road will join
... ., ,. | leader of the Mizrachi Women and as COSponsors of the Chanukah din-
I r. Aaron Kahn executive di- Coordinator of the Florida Region, ner. Cochairmen of the dinner will
rector of the Israel BondlOrgan.za- will he honored by the State of Is- be Mrs. Hyman Kolko and Mrs.
lion who announced the dinner. rael on this occasion ,n recogni. Herman L. Shaw. Honorarv chair-
noted, I his event a first in our tion of her service to Mizrachi men will be Rabbi Berel Wein
community and a first in the Unit- ,. ... .,
ed States, follows in the tradition Women, the community and to Is- and Dr. Tibor II Stern___________
which has made Miami nationally
famous for its pacesetting innova-
tions for Israel created by the Is-
rael Bond Organization and ex
| pressive of the affinity of the com-
munity for Israel and its readiness
: to be of assistance."
The initial dinner will be held
under the sponsorship of the Miz-
Mrs. Kolko
Mrs. Show
Academy Women
Set Luncheon
For Wednesday
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, founder
and first chairman of the Brick
Project of the Hebrew Academy-
Women, will be chairman of the
annual luncheon to be held at noon
Wednesday in the Deauville Hotel.
This annual event was initiated
during the building campaign of
the school's new structure six
years ago.
Under Mrs. Rosen's leader-hip.
the Hebrew Academy Women
raised S50.000 through the Brick
and Binyan Campaign for the Ida
Appel Auditorium. The present
chairman. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
and the Binyan Bank Chairman.
Mrs. Julius Rosenstein. have an-
'Funny Girl"
Premiere Set
For Dee. 16
Funny Girl." the musical ver-
:i of the life of Fanny Brice,
l*ta ring Barbra Streisand, will
lhavc its southern premiere Mon-
Ida-y. Dec. 16, at the Carib Theatre
The National Women's Commit-
tee .if Brandeis University will nounced they hope soon "to reach
n or the opening as a benefit thc goa| of an additional $50,000.
s scholarship fund. | pledged to pav for the kitchen fa-
in hand for the gala affair will
cilities of the school, where meals
Chuck Zink. TV personality, for more than 650 students are
|a I a cavalcade of cars carrying Prepared daily.
line's models wearing clothes 1 Helping Mrs. Rosen with the ar-
red in the film. Also present rangcmeEts are Mrs. Jacob D.
be several former Ziegfeld Kalz president; Mrs. Leonard Ad-
s who are now living in the ]cr j>ta president: Mrs. Samuel
Rosner, honorary president; Mr;.
Irving Firtel, program chairman;
Mrs. Vurray Oilman. Mrs. Morris
Dubler. Mr:. Louis Ciment, Mr-
Samuel Reinhard, Mrs. Harry Ge-
1 net, Mrs. Sue Hermon and Mrs.
Jack Berger.
(ami area.
"Funny Girl" will begin a regu-
run at the Carib starting Tue>-
Dec. 17, with two perform
|. es daily at 2 and 8:30 p.m.
kanukoh Gifts Featured
wide selection of sterling sil
Menorahs and a variety of
mukah gifts are now being tea-
i'd at Bezalel's Israeli Discount
|ise, M9 Washington Ave., Mi-
Beach.
JWV Auxiliary Meets
Miami Beach Post and Auxiliary
330. Jewish War Veterans, will
meet at the American Legion Hall.
1828 Alton Rd Miami licach, at
8 p.m. Thursday. Dec. 5.
-A-

'jjr% .c^25
<<>, ,Dora Feder, the bank's first customer four years ago,
[Morris N. Broad, chairman of the board and president
National Bank of Bay Harbor Islands, cut the bank's
i birthday cake. Originally a member of the Peoples
lal group, with resources of $819,393. it has grown up,
its name and now reports resources of $7,135,853.
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
ER Catering for All Occasions
I Established in 7945
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
Jt 1-398 7
MIAMI
facilit.es beach
^esfaurant
I\OW OI'EX 7 BAYS A WKEK
Rep! Palm
Hctel
1545 Collins Ave. M. B.
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
the Opening ot its
KOSHER DINING ROOM
on December 1st, 1963
Reservations Suggested
Call Miss Dean 531-7381
DINNER 5:00 to 8:00
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
ITALIAN CUISINE
EST. 1939
OPEN FOR LUNCH
1300 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
ROYAL HUNGARIAN IKI RESTAURANT
AND CATERING
>\t 731 Washington Avenue Phone 538-5401
NOW OPEN!
CHINA LANTERN
Chinese Restaurant
318 Aragon Ave.
(atrofi from ihe Co*al Gcble tui Termino'l
11 A.M.- 9 P.M.
OPEN THANKSGIVING--------
RES.
Ji}-05;3
2>st STREET off COLLINS
MIAMI ilACM
ttttll IM0*1 to.W III*
, iiMltwto lift* .oirit
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Bill Sa'
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL BATURRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specially of the House 'PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
12322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
4t\
I
"JANKELE" ARNOLD'S
LITTLE VIENNA
THE ONir AUTHENTIC VIENNESE RESIAURANT IN MIAMI
JEWISH POLISH HUNGARIAN AND VIENNESE CUISINE
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSl "JANKELE" ARNOLD '
8301 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 757-7122
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
REOPENING FRIDAY, DEC. 6th AT 4 P.M.
KREPLACH ir KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHE5
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
COMPLIMENTARY BEER OR WINE SERVED
WITH DINNER ON OPENING NIGHT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
m
50
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Prim* Sirloin Stole ..
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Friday. November 29. 1968
Rites Held For
William Kneapler..
Founder Of Temple
Funeral services for William
teapl 80, immediate"; a I pres
cm of th '
mder and firsl pres
mple Tilereth Jacob ii Hia i
re held Wednesday.
Mr. Kneaph r who lived a1 5161
- K\-e M
n laj in Roch ister, Minn Sen
es were conducted at the G ir Ion
I uneral Home hero and burial
. .i. in Mt. Nebo Cemeterj
A resident ol Dade County for
23 years, Mr. Kneapler was active
the Jewish community ;""' w;|-
charter member and active work-
t in the Hialeth-Miami Springs
wish Center. He had served as
c lairtnan of the executive commit-
tee of the Bank ot Dade County.
% ce chairman of the Pan Amen
can Bank of Dade County and was
i the board of directors of Rich-
! rd Industries.
Surviving are his wile. Isabel;
two sons, Stephen and David, of
Miami: two brothers. Charles of
Miami and Louis of New York
( t\: a sister, Mrs. Diane Werner
Miami, and three grandchildren.
APTE
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Carlyle Avei ue Miami Bea h, 1- '
Intend to n J name "" '
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BSTIIBH I.1EUERM ^^
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MAN IIAR'I
MICHAEL K l-'BLDMAN
sl'|i",'i('lVi'\KK ARPARTMEXTS
Suite "
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronctoe and guarantee
accurate seivice at legal
rates .
Mai :u:i-160.%
lor messenger service
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
RE Betateof
liri-.i' ARTXBR,
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\i .ri, i: Tl CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor* nnd All Pemona n.,v-
i,;. .- .. i in- ... Oemandu Auaini-I SaiM
y,J .',., | notified and required |n rk Batute.
to prewnl an) claim* and rtema.io* jiisEI'll KIXE
which >"U may have ajralnm the ej- |,.,.,,-.i..... ,,.,.,, ,n .i-s
I tale of lll'i'." ARTXBR deceased late NOTICE I"1 'l-"'r'"-> ..
i ..( Dnde County, Plorlda. in the Count) To All Creditor? anil All
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80789-B
.lU'lK
of O.'l
lUtlty ami file the ,|lt! i-i.,iin- or
I..--" JU'IK.'.- l I'aiie ,*um.. .......- -- ii,,- ...
name in duplicate :."'! an provided n i;-,.,i.
. ^.......... ?!!! Ik 1 "1..ii.l,. Rtatutee 1" You :
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLOP'OA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHAI L COME
GREETINGS
\\ : .,- ,11 ISEI'H I' c,|.Ell I
r CHAR
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|!ERT I. NAKEAI
11,1 on ihe JUl
I- ii- In I iilcil 11
Ihe ln> i,i tl'. State i
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the Mill day "I November. A l>
. hum' lo be tiled in Ihe offii "i the
s. elar) "f State ol the Si n "i
Plorlda, the documentar) authority I
quired under Sectlou Bnt*.S". Plorlda
Hlalutea, Khowlm Ihe iliawnutiim '
>>ui h rorponttiuo.
Now, therefore, the Si ori tar) I
State doe* b. r.-l.y certlf) to Ihe lore-
Kulns an.l ifiat he i- aatiafled thai Ihi
i. .iiiir.-m.nl- ol ili.- Ia have b en
complied ii Ith
IN witnkss WHEREOP, I h ivi
hereunto net my hand and >-
fi\..i the Qreal s.i.i ol thi Stati oi
Plorlda. iii Tallahi,--. Ihe ''. ,
Puurteenth da) ol Novi
A I lSK
TOM ADAMS
Secretary ot State
11 29 0<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-18086
NOTICE OF SUIT
I ., iRl iTII Y Kl m IOI.B MATTO.
Plaintiff.
M VTHII.I'A Mi 'il.i:i.l.AM'. and
. her huhanil
If nnv, ho i- not know n lo be
n 11 vi ..i ii. ail, nnd all unknou n
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h, -. di i is.-. lennteea, ptra Hi -
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' their office* In the County ourthouw
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KI'RT IVBU ISi'H
A- Executor
I' -[ publicatl......' ibis noli. mi the
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1 An..no> for
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li: Almeria Avenue,
, ,..,,i,i.;.-. Plorld I ( .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 81142-C
In RE Estate of
vi ii 'HABI. MICH Al.i IVITZ -
MICHAEL MICHAELS
"notice to CREOITORS
To All ii.-i !- .....I A" PetwniM H .V
,,,. i.i li.in.in.I- Amtlnat Said
V.'ii iire I !'> aollfled and required
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; oi Mien m:i. Mi'-ir Mux 11/
. k/:, MICH Ml- MICH VEI ( di
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. ,-..,, j JudiCi of Dndi -u-ii>.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E1 EVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCLiT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLUrtlDA
Call No. 68-18210
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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FAMILY COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK
CITY OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF KINGS
DOCKET NO A4767 67
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR ADOPTION
In the Matter the Adorn
Itltl W I'.U'I. S.'IIVV VKTZ
Tl NBII. SCHWARTJ!
-.ii;;. Snrina Pock poail
JackKonville, Plorlda
PI.BA8B TAKF. NOTICE ll
pi liiton |im\inc for Ihi niloin
.i pel soit (under) lln i.....if nirti
I I. l-. ili. r with lb. i. in. '
nnd .....'- r. no *i h) i1 > I lorn. -
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IIATEI i Novembii
DAVID II VRRETT
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FICTITIOUS NAME L A v\
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ii r. Is H Kit KID Ui\ KN that
11. in., n.I-- Vgali Said
You '" hereb) notifli -l and n qulr-
.-.I to pi. -.ni an) claim* and di m
which >ou ma) have nraiin-l thi --
late ol J' ISBPH PI N l". .1.
, 11...I. i ',,uni> Kloridn, I.. Ihe l u
Jud|Cei l I Nde Count) ami ; i
-.mi.- in duplicate and .,- prow.led n
s.. ili 'i ...... Staluti ii
their ..III, Ihe Coui-i Couril u
in Dade Couniy, Plurlila, with n x
,i ,i in.,i,ii. fi -in in. i f
Ihe fii i . ,,,i. ii i-.- bai > d
11..1...I ni Mi..iiv Plorlda
tint oi i.. loln-r, aw
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NOTIC.F I'NOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt iTIt'K IS HEHKHY 'i'\ BN ihat
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Si 'NI VS I il'N.'.l- V
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NOTICE UNOFR
FICTITIOUS NAME L A iN
KUTICK IS HER Bin '''
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IIMMN s PAINTTNI 8
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl DICIAL C<*C
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTN.
FLORIDA
Nc. 68-17766
NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS
RONAI I> M CCIRIt H 'I
i\i \ I.CC1KR, hit wife
VRTHI'R W Till IMPS" IN Ri '
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\VD ANNA s \RM1KNTI l
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DAXTS \N1' TH Ml
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I-ORATIOX" ul I!..... SAV, 57* Ave- Clrqttll Courl of the l-.i.-ven.i .
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ClrcuH Cum .: Dade duty. Plorida
IMONKBR l'i:\ Kl OPMBNT
IRPORATIOX
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il) siMMCR KRAMER
l-i.-i.l. m
HARRIS ni \ii..t foi Applli .mi
11 /..." I: fi-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68-17979
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
^ ANN H U.I A\i:
I'
RESULTS
DETECTIVE AGENCY
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Phone 221-8677
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IN THE COUNTY Jl'OC.f
IN AND FOR DADE C^
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
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Jovember 29, 1968
IN
#ti.u
LEGAL NOTICE
IIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-17238
[ICE BY PUBLICATION
K< "BERT '\ K.N'S,
+Jmi9ti fhriJiicnn
Page 15-3
ONE l.i IVETT >WBNS,
TIIKiaVK l.i IVETT I IWEXS,
^i-d to servi i..p\ of your
i" Divorce C implalnl filed
>.ii mi Plaintiffs Hiiornej
B \li Mi i|.as. B12 N.W 12th
BiIIhihi. Florida, and id. origin-
i < I "i ihi> Court mii ,.i i),..
imix r 18, I9H8, otherwise
ii h ill be eonf. -s. .1 bj i "ii
ivi mix r 7. I96S
fi: i.kathkkm vn cu rk
B) K M LY.Mv.N
Deputy Clerk
ll 15-22-29 12/a
|N
E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80754
Estate ril
COHEN
nowii as Pannte <'oheni
OTICE TO CREDITORS
-.lit,.r- and All Personi Hav-
ima or Demanda Against Said
. hereby notified and retfulr.
-nt any claim* and demands
rh you ma\ have against tin -s-
if KAN IE (.1IHKN di i .1-. .1
I i.m.. i 'aunt). Florida, lo the
ludges "i I Mdi I 'oui mid
,tm< In duplli ati .i nd ii pro-
k< d In Sect!. < r.....i.! sta-
in their o| fire* In the 'nunty
I iusi In l.Mi- i 'ouni > Fl.
| -;n mI< idur months from Ihe
.....Iral publican.....ercot
same ii III b< ban il
I .,i Miami, Floi Ida, [his imh
.. i,.|.. \ i. p.i..
SAM i i:i. K VI'FM.VN
v Executor
publication .ii Hi
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v for
il, KAITM \\. Bxi utor
...-... i Itanl II
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KTHEL FLAX AO AX,
Plaintiff
V8
Ji ih \ ki..\n.v:.v v
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TO: JOHX FLAX VOAN
;'' Kenned) Avei ue
North I la ba Inn,
lx>ng Island, New York
You I' IH.N I I..w v;.\ \ nr. here
nil'I thai a Itlll of Complaint
for l ilvorc* ha been I Ii .1
you, and you are required to v..,, (
i npy of your Answi i or Pleading lo
Ihe Rill of Cnmnlainl on Ihi Plaintiff's
attnrne) I Offices of PAl'l I'nl -
1 I. VCK, IT X W Till St re. I Miami
Florida, Telephone: 842 !.%2it ni
h. original Answer
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 1086-A
In RE IT- -. ni
i i' i: i: i. BECKER
11.. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All I 'Ii'! : ll All I" H
inn < 'lalms or ii inandN As I .-
V'oU if |UII
'" pn si ni an) lalms and >.
rou ma) hi i ..n.. the .
IIKKKL RECK III
lali n| | lad. i '..unlj. Fln
I III i udm I '......'ou
Ihi Kami h luplicaii md
SeiM 733. Hi, I ii. -
III. -II' I ''.LIT
in. Dndi i 'ounlj Flw Ida, wil
in six ralendai month
if ih.- firm ihi I.]
- ami will i" barred
Dateil al Miami, Klorldu, this
"Pop why do they h:de the Choir?
Are they ashamed of them?"
Copr. 1968, Doyerj Pioduclioni
J
Ihi original Anwwer ni Pleading In tin uatci ai .Miami, Klorldu, this .
offii.....f the Clerk of the Circuit Court ""> "' November A.D
.....r before the mill day ol Decent- |:|'N v ''AUP
her, l9fiR If you fail t.. do -.. ludi v' ^'mli
meni by defaull w ill he taki lion of thli
you for the relief demanded in llu II "' "' ,,aJ "' November I Mi*
of Complaint n01.D8TBIN.KKAXKI.IX
This nntlri Rhall he published nnre $ CHoNIN
each week for four ennsecutiv. areel Atlorneyi for
In THB JEWISH KI.ORID1AX Ratal, ol IIBKK1. IIBCKKU
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,

THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
\ vxd i'i in 11 \i'i; i ii \tv,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 79861-C
IKK But a I. I
l\ i.V i:v \ \ ICTl l:i \ mi iRB
i. .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and All Pi rwiiia llav-
in- in I'.in.ihd- AKalnr.1 Said
|tal.
u : nntifli d and 11 qulr-
:.. t -. in .ni> laimn and d. munda J*erve a <
I -m ma) have aaaliitil ihe ax-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fcl EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
SUIT FOR DIVOHCE
No. 68-17112
l inBKTii i; \i;i'i.\ si.iii: \ jr.
1'lainliff
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IVOXXE OAKCIA-SBRRA
Defei
TO: IVOXXE OAKCI \ SEKH \
n Dr Ral \ uli r
12.* Arm He lloulevaiil
I ibii\ ill.-, Vtrirlnm
You Ivi iXXB i!ARi iA si:i:i: \
In r. by iiotlfl. I ih il n Rill !' Com-
plaint for 1 ir on li.i- been fill d
you :i nd > "U are i. itulred '"
d >"in Anaw. i "i- Plead-
Hill <>f Complaint "ii Hi.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'' fl li 'i: is HBKERY 'ii\ i:\ thai
ih. il. in
!'ll- .(i \ I : ''.Till Sir, I,
n '' ii Muinil II. ai '.. 'lorida undi
ri.tin.iu> name of JACK'S SIXCLAIR
' SEK\ li 'B md inU |o reiriatei
, name irllh Ihe I 'lerk of the i 'ii. ml
| nui i ol I >ad. i "ouiil) h'lorida.
JACK KKKIDIX
N K Till Vv. nue
North Miami !:..- ti. Klorlda
HYMAX P C.AI.UI T
VH \ ^ii Law
_ i" dh Streel
Mi.urn Ren. h, Klorida
This Xotle.' tn be published one*
mil week fin I roneeuttv we.
:i Hi. JEWISH KLOKIDIAN
II H-15-22-29
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I" "I MA1AEXA VICTORIA Plaintiff's attorney, SIDXBY EKROX-
[. ii:i: d...:,.. ,| in ol Dade Count v SOX, ll \ I-: Ki Avenue, .!:' Alnale)
| to th. Count) Judges of Dalle Su"',!nKl *llHml, Klorlda 33M2 and
fill Ihi orlftinal Answer or Pleading
m Hi.- ..ifi. of Hi. i 'fi 11, "i" ihe i"n -
run Courl i.ii or befon Ihe IHth day
of I mliai. I MM f > "ii fail lo do -...
Judgmenl b; d. fauli w ill hi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80993-A
in RE Estati ..i
H "SEPH I'lN K
li.. ... .ed
|i md fill il same in duiiln ,ii
ai provided in s. .ii..ii ;.:: 16, Klo-
Statutee, In ili.ir nffleet In the
I) Courthouse in Dade County,
Ida, within ~i\ calendar months
the inn. "f Ihe firm nuldn iti..n aKalnat you f-.r the relle demanded NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f or he UK wl The barred "' "'" "' "f Complaint T" All Creditors and All Person Hnv-
e |f November, A.D I Ml ''"'' "'' "'k '"r '"llr "- "' vi n..:,- 1--'"':
in THB JEWISH l-'i < iltlin W x,,u ""' hereby notified and requlr-
DOXB AND ORDERED .ii Miami, '"J ln_pre*enl Rnjr claims anil demands
Klorlda. ihls Mh da) of Nov.mber
A [i I MM
B ii i.i:\thi:i:ma.\ Clerk
Circuit Court, DadeCounly, Klorlda
li> K \l I.YM \\
Deput) i i. rk
K'ir.'ll" "oorl S. all
SIDNEY EPRiiNSON
612 A lns*l. v Ruilding,
Miami. Klorldu 33132
11 IS _.' 2S 12 /.
M.KEXZIE X MlXIHB
a- Bx.. utor
i< publication ..f thla notice on
I'll day of \.'i. ml., i | 'i,>
and ,1< IHNSI N
ey f..r Executor
cayn. Rulldtng
11 15-22-29 IL'/i'.
Plorida, ihls iili di
'
i: R I.EATHER.MAN, Clerk,
Clr. un Court, Dnde Couiim Klorlda
B) K M I.VM VN
Deputy i "lerk
un s. al i
LAW ( dl'li'l.'s i IK
PAl'l, POM ACK
I "on \ w ?ih Streel
" Plnrldn I
Ai'..in. y for Pin 11
11 ^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No 68-1'655
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RANK 'I ... MBRl 'K
. v. \
Plain I ff,
DAVID KRIEVE I
I.YNN KRIEVB '
rcsli u .u
|i Ui remarried,
and il di ...i u iih i snmi .
irried: ..ll unli
...'..- h

or oiherwisi
Ihrough, und.
Klli.l I Will KRIEVB and
LYNN KRIE\ IT. his uife, and
againsi nil other i
..r claiming to hn> .
title or Interesl In or In Ihe
l-i >.|'. rl) herein dewi lb. d,
11. '... I. its
'In DAVID KRIEVE md
I.YNN KRIEVE, his wife
r. -id..... unknou n, il Ih
un'. now n poUH. h, ma in..I
Ihel unknow n
I IHlUHei ,11 r. ni.it ,. II
u.ikiii.w n helra, di \ '- -.
grante. asais lienora,
I rust. r other-
wise claiming li) Ihrough,
under iigaini I llu aid
I' \\ in KRIEVB and I.YNN
K RIBVE, In- v\ If., and againsi
,.il nth. i p. rsons having
or claiming i" hu\. an)
right, title "i Interes
or lo ih.. property
In rein desei Ibed.
YOl' ARE HBREIIY NOTIFIED
n Hull i" fon. los. ni". igag.
I i eal and iiersonal iiropi rl) has
'll Th. ,d...v
IftMl N" K 1113rd Sir.
i
i Nov. in... i A I. N'or,h Miami Reach, Fin
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 68-17J66
NOTICE OF SUIT
Rl 'NAM M l.i I l.i:
VIROINI \ l.i CIER, his
I-

MITHI'i: W Tlli IMPS! I\
MARIA MEiK'BDBS TH' >MPSI iN,
and ANN A SAR.M IBNTI '
I .. dalll
Ti i ARTin 'It W Tlli I.M I'S' >N
ilARIA IRi
Till i.M I'Si iN
VRK HERB 'IK1I
gag. nig
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As I i ..'di '"in t
I'.' I S. D. PIBTRO
A- I .rk
II I':, i"
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN rHOBATE
No. 8109S-C
Estate ..i
BET l. hi:ii ;i;s
which you niiii have aguinal th*
lau of JOSEPH KINK ileceaaed late
of Dad. County, Klorlda, |o the County
Judges nf Dade County, and f I. Ihi
same in duplicate and as provided in
s. rlioi 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
lh.ir offices In Ihe County Courthouae been filed itgninal you
.a Dade County, Florida, within -i\ Courl by th. Plaintiff, Hunk ..i Com-
1 i-. il
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' dltot and All Pel-----1- \l.,v-
m..... I niands Againsi Said
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17202
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ire hereby notified md i..nii- JOHN D DEVBROW
an) la iii- and d. n < -
II VZI'.I. 'I' 'i iDMOND DBVERi i\\'
HARRIET I. RRIiii di i IIAZEL OOODMUND DEVEROW
Dad. unl .. Klorlda t > '' '" Ave
ant) Judges ..f ir, i. cou I Sl'' "" v' v-"; ; ''
You, II \ZBL li.....II" VI' I''-\'I'
Rl iw, ..' nol Ifi. d Hint ii Hill ol
i'..mi.I.in i for Divorce > filed
I you, and a ',u -I li
-. li a llpt i v our \l HIT Ol I'll .'!-
big '.. Ihi ; Ml of i i'1-.i. m ..ii the
fl attorm ; \ I.Hl'T AND
<;a LRI'T :! Flfih Stre.d
I'. I Fla irS9 and fit. :li
alenilar months from Ihe lime <>f 111
publii al" a hereof, or Ihe name
will be barred.
'' led ..i M ami, Fl.....I 'iii
day ..f l i. tober A I IMM
DORt ITHY FINK
\ Exe. in rix
l-'ir-i publii an.ai of his not i nn
Hi.- Mb dnv of Nov. i
li v : I: ZI'KBHNM'K
Miorne; foi Bx. uli %

Hi... li
I
r tin ami i duplli Ii ami
'I ii s... ... .
Iii ll ..tt'i. iii Ihe i "nn'v
1 In i id. Count). Kloi id
'! nd.,, months in.m the
I ii -i publication hi reof
same will be barn d
||| at Miami, Klorldu, lb
. \ I i .....
RARTI 'V s l| iKI.I.
\ i:\.. utor
Pubh. .,......i ,1,1- notice on
li da) Mnvembei -
BARER, Ml.a l ;
El.I, i.,\\\ i iKKI" IT
|e\ f,.,- l:-ial. of
[1BT 1 IIIU'KIS, |i.......I
""I Pin/.., .'.lit. r
Florida, :i:ii:ii
11 15-22-29 13/8
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
-OUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17306
I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
n.i.i: ROSEN,
p till".
HIT lli'SKV,
i.lanl
H ART H'iSK.N
Bedford Xv.iiu..
I, '"::,': :" Nl" Vork 11229
It i P A,tT "'*-*>'. !"' heraby
V ihnt a Hill ,.f Complaint f..r
I .'.'.'. '''" fl1'"' "tralnal you,
i ii are required to -. rvi ., copy
I r -r Pleading lo th. Hill
L 'h. PlalnllTrsaltorni >
\ Mm-NHLI'M, JO.*. Rlseayne
Miami, Florida 311*0, and
I .Annwer or. Pleading
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80989
'
HBX.I Wl'V LIPSKY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and Ml !' .-...,. Hn\
, ii.L i luims or Demand! Agamsl s. d
riginal ,:,, ,,,,
* *; i".id"i. it Ih. n......t Vo ..,.,..-,,,, .....fled nnd rentiir-
the i lerk of the > Irrult lourl on oi ,.,, ,,, ,, .:,,,,. u demand.
'" ;'"'' '-1 '*''' '"'"; whu h >ou may have i iiinst tl
'. you fai in ... v. ludgmcnl by .!.- ,.,. ,. kkvia.M'v MPSKY U......I
faulty will be uken against you for Ihe i,,. x,,..,,|k i'OUnty, MasaaehuM-tti,
t" (hi Coiirtf) Judges of Dade COunly,
and I'd. 111. Kami in duplli '.' "'I
provided in Section 733.16, Kbiridn
Btatutes, In th.ir ..tin.sin 'ho County
Courthouae In Dade County, Florida,
within M.\ calendar in..nth.- from Ihi
timi- -if the i.r-t piili|i';tt.'..o .. reof,
or th>. same will be barred.
liai.il al Miami, Klorlda, this Mb
d..\ Of NOV. lllll.T. A I). I"v.
-\. JAY I'HISTOI..
a- An,-diary AdminiatratOf
of th,. Estate of
Rl'.N.IAMix i-li'SKl. DeeewiM
iir i publication ,f this notice on
, thv Mb day ,.f N.-v.-inli'T, IV68.
CKIS'IYH, AMI RUSE
relief demanded In Hi" Hill of CVun-
' plaint.
This notice shall he published once
[ each week for f.ur oonaecutivn weeks
i in THE JEWISH F!/>R1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDEHBD al Miami,
Florida, this 6th day .f November
' a ii. 196a
K II I.KATIfKHMAV. Clerk
Cinmftf C'lurt. Had fjounty, Florida
By: ''. P COPELAND
lieputy t'lerk
, (t'lrcuit Court S.-all
OALB1TT & t'.A LRI'T
Attorney* at Ijiw
1 34n-:.th Street
\liaml Reach. Kla. 33119
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80877. A
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ASK'iKK
11. .'.ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II iv
ln I'laiins or DaBianda Ajjulnal Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
ngnlnst tn. i
Administrator, C, T. A.
2\ Northoaul Kiral Avenue
n I l5,22-2t
o( the Clerk of tp- .- "lii.li \.'u may h.iv agnlnst th.
1 oi before the imIi day ''' "' vvv\ AHKtFK d. .,-
- If v,. i., ,i I.. .,". of Dade County. Florida, to the Otmnly

b) defaull will be taken
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78809-A
IN RE Estate .if
I.I'liW Ml VOOT,
11.-. rased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- i..i-i>\ given ihai l have
ii J Rep Pi mi.mi for
ItUtioll a id l-'il.al I '
IA. ut ir the Int. i I 1.1*1 >\\ l< I
VI i.:': .m.i ili.it iiii in.- 9lh
da) I......ii- r. I'ma. \. di appl) i
merce, ll NeM Vork banking ...i |n.ra-
il,.n
The property sought to be fore-
closed i- ii follows:
i...i it. in... k 9, i.kisi i:i: city,
SECTION ONE, .....rding t" Ihe
I'lai then of, i......:. II......
-a, pag. us. of i .'a' lb |{i. urda
a I '..'I. Coun Kl
^| d' ARK IIIT'.'l :i:i:ii ; -. rve a
. ..|.\ m.i or ..Mi. r plend-
1' llfl VI ii.-v, MAI..
"I.M II KRIEDM \N S i: Klrsl
:..' Mian
1 in ih.

il.*\ .a 11-. inlii i uli '
i In. h the omplulnl n III be I
a ih.
I I'lniutiffs inplaftil and
pleadi i
I. \ in ii'- 'i da) N. mln

: iTHERM VN, i'i- rk
..I ih. i 'in mi '..un .a
i lade unty, 1 lor
11) V \ IIEVVBTT
ll, pi
(Courl Si all
' I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS iii:i:i:i;V tilVKN llinl
th- underslgnetl, desiring lo engage In
business undei ihe fictitious name of J
RRANT, BROOKS, AfiRON and MEI-
sid.MAN at I2H7H Rlscayne Rlvd .
North Miami, Florida Intends t-. re-
gister said name uith th- Clerk of
th- iIn-uit Courl of Hade County,
Florida.
I >RS. BRANT, BROOKS, Ai'.ltuv
and M HIS ELM AN
Professional Association
SPARSER and lit'SKIN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
100 North Bis. a> ii- Blvd.
Miami, Florida
11 /L'L'-L'P tl' 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB IIBRBHV filVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to < ngage in
nn- nesa und-r the fictitious name of
MIAMI SHIP CATBRERS al '.Tnl
N.w. 3.1th Avenue, Miami. Florida in-
tends i" register said nami uitli ihe
Clerk ..i tin- t Ircull Courl of Dade
County, Florida
I NITBD PCRVBYORS, INC,
By: CARL SI'SSKIND, Secretary
i Pi iiii......ii
IIKIM VN -I I'll VRY
Bj I. il IS REIMAN
Atioi in v h for Pi I ll loner
11/15. '.' 29 12 ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N" .'lli'i: IS HEREBY tilVEN II
Hi- ii. I, "I. siring
business under Ihe fictitious itiim-
Tlli: SVV INOBR I.OCNHE at
N W. 119 SI Norllt Mill. I- i
..in. >a itn iii- "I. rk
th- Circuil 'ourl of i inde 'ou
Florl.
i. li \i.s"i,i.rM
KEssi.Ei:. ..i \ssi:>
& IIECKERMAN
\ i. i Vpplicnnl
III." Hill mon \\ i)
Coral tial'l. -
:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80952-C
In RE Estate of
I \ r I:
I'.KKTIIA F SILK
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: I
I '

Vou hcrel <|ti
' i ma
I mny have i nsi the
i:i :i: ni a SILK
.ii iy, Florida, lo il
- .a 11 id. County,
In pi
i I- In S. i..... 733 16, l'l"i I :
IUIch, res ; I < i ..u
a County, Florid
wtthili six calendar months from ti
lime of Hi- first pul.In ut loll I ,, of,
III. nn \\ ill be barred.
Hilled it Miami, Florida, I Ilia 11
dm i i.-i..i r. a D. r."i-
FRANKLYN R. K ll'I'ITK.M \ v
\- Executor
l-'il'-l lull.In ali.'ll nf this la.la.....I
ih. L'^'inl day <>i November, 1968
i i: m vi i:i:s
ey for Ex. eutor
Mi" i 'ongr. l luilding
11 /22-2S 12 'i I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80937-A
In RE Estate .IK \ V VKTTE I'HASAXI'KF
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditors and All I'-r." i- Ha
Ing Claims or in mauds Againsi s
Estati
You are hereb) notified and require.1
to present an) claims and demands
which you may have against the
tale ..I JEANXETTE CHASANOI
deceased late ol Dade County, !''
rida. tn Ihe 'unity Judgi l ol I
' mil) ami file Ihe same in duplli
and ,i- provided In Section 733.111 Fl"
Ida Sialutes, i ih. Ir offices la Hi
| '"in i) i 'out i'i in in Had- i '..ii. i
Klorlda, within six calendar months
i"'-..m llu lime of ih- first put
: '.....iw ...........ed :".....dupi......':."d -,'--;;" ;;; ;,,. ., ,V, ,,,..' ..-V;;:.' ..V ii-.w i:.- notice under ,',.::,.,.,, w,,hi six .';,,.',m ,'
\ mnlalnt ... n. i- <>> s ui fictitious name law f.......,, time ..r the first pv
I ...I once thelt "fflcea ". ', "' .\ ', ;., da) Hecemhei will appl) lo NOTICE IS HEREBY lilV'.'N thai ni Ihe same will bi
l \ .''" .......Ut I ve weeks >""'' '" '"' """'', ';; ",",' Ih. of Dad, Dated nl VllnmL Florida
| SB ri...|MHIAV .,l-ii.l..r ..,..,, li- ii..!, .1. t.rn.' ,,,,, { .
I .} -1' "lil'KUKl. at Miami. Ihi nrst pul'ln-ati..,. hereof, or Ih. |ll(|,:,,,, ,..,,..; ,. ., ..,.,.,, PAMI'LBMIU'SSB RESTAI'RANT al TI I i :. .|.. ,|: K a CHASANOFB"
% ~"' \ ,,-,..,, ''''V. M i. V. s l< "l""1 ':.....'"'" ''' '' '" <*-<< ''"-' Public.......I of tnln nolle.....
A. ,'' :>":i;mvV ,'!,, .1.., ... ;"':' *}' ','; .., v......,,.. ,- Clerk of the Cli ih. 15th day of November. 1
> "Urt. Dade Count] Florida ( llAIU.i;..- A. mm i- KI'RT WELI.ISCH, E.\eculor uil C.'Ut fount)'. Florida 1.AW Ofl
'", K M I.VMAN
D. put) i'i, rk
i .i" Seal)
N KORNB1 I'M
Ruildlng
11 16-22-29 12/1
V K\. ilt..r
Flral publication ..f this notl......i 'h<
,il, ,1 ,v "l Nov< nil-r "" -
W EPMAN and UKI'M.W"
. \ for Em utor
,v n- llullditlg
11 S-1J-22-29
, ui i.i nn l KL'RT \\ KI.I.IS.II
Attorney
107 vim. i-i i Vvet ll.
Hables, Florida
ii/i.
.' M'i: K.MIIII VSSKR MOI, INC
' Corpora.....i
UT w ITU.is.'II
.' VFK B.MBI! VSSBR MOI. IN.'
ll/r
HARRY WKERN1CK
b) i: VRRY K'l'Tl'N. ESQ.
Attnrne) for Executor
4:'" Uncoln Road,
Miami Bi I. Floi Ida 1.1139
ii IG-H2-29 IJ/6


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SAVE MORE?^^/GET MORE?^*^^
FOOD FAIR BONUS ^PECIA
SAVE UP TO 3CK
FOLGER'S
INSTANT COFFEE
11 atureseffective thrjsat nov 3
at all f0o0 fair & fredericks stores-;
Ecludi"g Koshci Mc--
No matter what day you shop at
Food Fair, you save just as much !
ONE PRICE ...ALL WEEK LONG!
FOOD FAI"
INSTANT COFFEE S49
LBWTOHE JAR EITHER BRAND PLEASE KITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF SI 01 MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTE!
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SM FOOD FAIR BAKED GOODS
YOUCAN'T GET THEM ANYWHERE ELSE SORR:
HAMBURGER
HOT DOG ROLLS
23
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Cinnamon Swirl ............. 35c
Choc. Nut Party Ring .. 49c
SM FOOD FAIR SEAFOOD
PKG.
OF 3
FOOD
FA.R
ZEN I >I DD DEPA*TMCNT!
DELICIOUS FLORIDA
MACKEREL
&mM*U*t FROZEN FOODS
us. choice fye*tui*tc Sfeitay
LAMB
LEGS
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
CHUCK
STEAKS
ROASTS
CALIFORNIA ROAST 79
CROSSRIB. BOM^OA$T, 99'
BONELESS CHUCK STEAK 79'
LEAN GROUND BEEF '". ........3i: l39
or
Fleischmann's Margarine 39=
Master's Sour Cream 23'
Creamed Cottage Cheese 29'
American Cheese Singles 63
Master's Yogurt 2 33'
?*tei imiMllimiUM
uioneh sai cmtami rnn im
mncmh if i Pits, of Luirmn
Art thm slicei mui Mir ...
Cheese Spread ........ 2 59"
Chocolate Drink 2 25'
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 29:l
Midget Liverwurst.......... 29'
Pixie Sauerkraut ........ 25'
Copeland's Franks 39'
Copeland's Lunch Meats4 99'
AMERICAN KOSHER
Strawberry Rhubarb 2
Cheese or Sausage Pizza
Save 4- /Aiif t strsaw
Frozen Asparagus Spears
IvFI
20 O!
'R02SN
? 02
69c
59c
29*
. GARDEN FRESH FLORIDA GOLDEN
Cbte5 39
C *"
Sctotee "Dedca'c-i*'-
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LEAR COOKED SLICEO
TOP QUALITY
!- MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.
HOLIDAY GIFT-GIVING TIME IS AL-
MOST HERE WE HELP YOU GET THOSE GIFTS,
WITH FREE STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE!
FIRM GRAPEFRUIT..........5 39'
TOP OUALITY JUICY
FLORIDA ORANGES 10 19
GARDEN FRESH U S NO 1
WHITE POTATOES........10 ,, 59=
Imported Gouda Cheese 59"
Freshly Made Salads 39'
Smoked Chubs 79'
FOOD FAIR EXTRA SPECIAL!
Geisha White Tuna......2 69c
TABLE-A-WEEK
BUY ONE DELUXE TRAY TARLE EACH
REEK AHD SAVE Sll OH COMPLETE SET
2 PATTERNS 2TXIS" TRAYS BRASS HOLDING
0t4, %
S3 75
RETAIL VALUE
Pumpkin Pie Filling......2 49c
Mince Pie Filling............ 39c
Fruit Cocktail .............3 79
Artichoke Hearts............ 39e
Sugar Substitute............ 19c
Small Green Lima Beans 21c
2 33
23c
Heinz Tomato Soup.....4 49'
Hunt's Catsup ........ 3 $1
Hudson Toilet Tissue 4 49c
fralr bowels...........J^ac29c
Fresh Cream Deodorant W33c EasyOn Spray starch 12W
ts;.to
FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL'
IVORY
SOAP
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S3 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
STORES TRAY TARLES I MPACTLY u
RETAIL VALUE
KITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S3 CR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES

Cut Green Beans
V.I*M TOMATO 1A > MOtxj
Heinz Beans............... 2
PERSONAL SIZE
BARS IH A
BUNDLE
I
OUR REG 78c RETAIL
GLEEM
TOOTHPASTE
OUR REG 44 RETAIL
Family
TUBE
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LHWT ORE BUNDLE. PLEASE. R1TH OTHER
PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE EXCLUDIHO CIGARETTES
BUY R7I
THE STAMPS
YOU NEED
TO FILL YOUR
SAVER BOOK
FASTER!
GET
EVERYTHING
ON YOUR CHRISTMAS
SHOPPING LIST KITH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
ONLY17C
For Each 100 STAMPS]
(WiTH-f OOD PI"
OF S2 M
BUY an odd.-.onol
100 STAMPS
WITH EACH ADDITIONAL I
SI.00 IN FOOD PURC*A5M
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YOU'RE ALWAYS IN GOOD TASTE WHEN YOU SHOP AT FOOD FAlKl