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Friday. February 14. 1969

Jewls* ncrktian
Paqe 9-B
. ^Atbout f^eople and jf^L
aces

M.w OF LA MAMCHA
1nat man, Josp Ferro was on the stags at
tin Dade County Auditorium. He was absolutely
divine. But thiie wen- a Jot of absolutely divine
met n the audience, too, according to their (\. .
.c one ol tba men were, Ruth Weiss' husband,
Dr Eug no; Sylvia Elba's husband, Irving; Dotty
M i husband, Henry; Lilly Schiffs husband,
M Mj i Parr's husband, Aaron; Naomi
(>> nau's husband, Jack; Shirlej Sd> tor's bus-
Phj His Myi rs husband, Benjamin;
Cat Luck's husband, Manuel; Sylvia Kram-
.....tush ind Mildn I G Iney's in-
M it is M ij i ill oi th ee husb : in
who kn >\\ -
DOWN To THE SCA IN SHIPS
Well, It A-asn't exactly a ihip ami it wasn't
exa ly the sea Dr Leo Kupper and his
i went in their boat down to the 0 rear Reef
ill. "ii Ki s Largo A "dm md Rieta Euster were
them and they had great time, finally
w ing iu> .' the Run Aw ij Club on the way
The Kuppers named thoir boat "The
ile' aftei son Kenn th's sun glass business.
ii:. felt th.t thai was a lucky name because
,i I night him back to Miami from California,
now THEY UME mxrkikd:
"hey ware married la is i>. \ Mrs Si Ml mm, Jr. But while She was still
Nancy Keys, thorp were several bridal parties;
Oil. was given by Si's two aunts, Mrs. E. E.
Bli* m anM Mrs. Si>l Bloom. First a ch:tmpa;ne
! lunchoon at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Res-
taurant. Ti*.- centerpiece was adorable even if
lit arrived i little late It went along with the
I theme of the play which they all saw later. A
brute and groom were perched half way up a
tree. Mostly family were there. There were
three grannmothors of the brid.iy pair, Carol
Ki ys, Mrs. Jay Burton Keys, Mrs Si Bloom. Sr..
Mis. James and Mis Guy Stewart Jr. Wei* in-
cluded in the guest list.
OKOVIT7. BAHBEO.UE
Later that week Nancy and Janes Orovitz
had a barbeque. They included ill youn
in their happening. Cocktails first and then din-
ner "ii the Si 11 were d ne up In
black and white with hu ricarn I imps and massps
ol re ins, \ n mg the guests wei Mr,
and Mis Steven Avrack, Mr ind Mrs Rl
Go idin .n. Mr and Mrs. David G
Mr. and Mrs Rot Sh ipo. Oh yes, H nry YVi Ifl Ji
A NIOHT (I1B \T WE3TVIEW
(OtATRY CLUB
It was an informal casual kind of evening and
a l.>i of fun. Benjamin and Caryl Koven enter-
ed at the club, They had the room set up in
lit club fashion with small tables all around
Eating and drinking and soft music went on
into the wee hours. Just how corn) can I get!
Among the guests were Mr and Mr Sidney
Lefcoiirt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kane. Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Tata, Mr and Mrs. Melvin Chason,
Mr and Mrs. Laurenc Levenson, Mr and Mrs
Perry Kaye. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson, Dr.
and Mrs Julian Rickles, Mr. and Mrs. Herbe t
Login, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Morgan, Mr. and Mrs
Seymour Somorstein. Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Robinson. Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Trelster, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Langsam, Dr, and Mrs Richard
E. Deutch and Dr. and Mrs. Norman Jaffe and
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Fever.
FRANCES LEHMAN
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Mrs. Trim To Speak On Israel
Mis. Howard Trin/. prominent Mrs. Ti in/ recently nturned
community leader, will speak at an from a United Jewish A|>|xa! It-ad, -
open meeting of the Sisterhood of ershlp mission in Israel. She is a
Temple Beth Sholom on Wednes- past president of the Young WonJ-
dav, at 1 p.m. at the Temple, nil en's Division of the Greater Miaral
Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, nc- Jewish Federation and recipient i
cording to an announcement by ''''' President's Leadership Award
Mrs. Harold Zlnn. Sisterhood pres- of Fcderatioi Sh. is currently the
iesidi :it )! A\iva group ol it i-
idenl las
MrsTri. will of for a slide pres- T ,man ()f ,
ntitled "A Jo f s jj Irs. Elliott P< at l ii
fewi fetime" d pictii i aegi taiit
Israel tod J
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Friday. February 14. jy-
FRANCHISE
FOR FACSIMILE NETWORK
UTILIZING XEROX TELECOPIER
We are establishing a Nationwide Facsimile Transmission sys-
tem using the Xerox Telecopier. ciECOPIER can send or re-
ceive any thing printedgraphs, charts, photos, written or
typed messages across the nation in minutes, via ordinary
telephone. Every business, all professional people and the
general public should be users. We establish your system
stations. Xerox services and maintains the TELECOPIER. This
could be your opportunity to participate as a licensee with
industry giants in the world's most advanced Electronic Busi-
ness System. No inventory, office or selling required. Poten-
tial earnings in excess of $50,000 per year,
licenses available storting at $5,000. Franchises available for
S1C.0OC up.
373-2895
TODAY!
CAU MR. FRANKLIN
National Marketing Director
Luxurious Downtown
Office Floor Available
~co Fioo'
5000 5q. Ft.
Ccive-iic-r Po-k'-g
Neor Fedcol Blag. I
Courthouse
Cof-oe'e Bui'd'ng Scv
ice & Ma^*enonce
Adjace-' to X-Woy Ex't
Centrol Air 4 Heat
Attract.ve Rentol
For complete information call:
Mr. Baros, owner, 377-2766
.
FOR SALE
DRY CLEANING PLANT
Has all the Biggest Hotels on
Miami Beach as customers.
All new equipment. $100,000.
$20,000 handles. Building
can be purchased for $30,000
Low Cash.
Call 665-4843
SECLUDED 5 ACRES
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths 2 Car
Garage. Large screened in
patio. Carport. Partly furnish-
ed. $35,000.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. HNMRf
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Phone 247-0857
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
rid
Beautiful Davie Area
;< ~.5-'0 ACRE ranch and
honientes located on asphalt
Mreet. only $?. for a ihort time only
cash down. 9 years to pay
CALL NOW
MR. WYSOCKI. ASSOCIATE
(EVES) 587-7131
SMITH REALTY
6420 Gnftm Road. Davie
949-7551 {Miamu
581-0970 (Ft. Lauderdalei
MIAMI BEACH HOME
VENICE OF AMERICA
Tropical Paradise, Sleepy
Lagoon, Prestige address for
executive and yachtsmen.
Offering waterfront custom
homes, Oriental gardens- pri-
vote ocean beach, ormerly
built to sell for $79,000 NOW
$56,000 other homes and
lots.
$. H. BtxKHUlD
REGISTERED BROKER
947-2184 Call day or night
FOR SALE
RESTAURANT
Seafood. Doing Good
Business. Facing Beaut(u|
Biscayne Boy.
$39,000
534 6153 or 594 7993
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for k
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SUNRISE SHOPPINb CENTER
High Volume Retail Location in Fort Lauderdale, 5000
Sq. Ft, Fronts on 60,000 cars per day at Sunrise Blvd.
Between Beach & US. 1 Next to Walston & Co.,
Stockbrokers, And St. Clairs Cafeteria. Excellent for
jewelry, High-Fashion Lady Rady to Wear, Bridal
Shop, Haberdashery oi Similai.
Contact T. E. Nitraver Mgr. Phone 564-1015
or Write Manager 2400 f. Sunrise Blvd., Sunrise
Shopping Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304.
(Sonmatio
TOWERS
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IT'S SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENT fro. $12,990
1 BEDR00M-1 BATH ft*. $15,490
1 BEDR00M-l'/2 BATH fro- $16,990
Total Monthly C
PAYMENTS FROM
13700
r/. Momlfionct, Principal, Tones, Interest.
FURNISHED MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Phone. 891-1533
Kitchens by -HtHinmnJt"
3 BLOCKS WEST OF BISCAYNE BLVD. N.E. 126th ST.
THE MOST DESIRED LOCATION
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from
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TEXACO
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
HOME AND OFFICE
ZONED R-C
Spacious two stry 3 bed-
room home with formal din-
ing room, living and Florida
room, large eat in kitchen.
Adjoining medical o'lice plus
efficiency apt. ideal for pro-
fessional man or large fami-
ly. Only S39.800. Coll R.
Storm Monday for details.
Business Opportunity
JEWISH AMERICAN
NEIGHBORHOOD
D-I'cntrssen qnd Cater Ser-
vice in S.W. shopping center,
aross S60.000 net $18 rtftn.
Must soil Illness. Price $9,000
Good Terras. Consider reason-
able offer.
Includes Fixtures & Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
2379 Coral Way 445 7891
EDGEWATER BEACH TOWERS
Luxury Condominium Residences
Surf Road between Taylor and Arizona
ON THE OCEAN
LIVE LIKE ROYALTY
PRIVATE TERRACE OVERLOOKING OCEAN
DELUXE "EAT-IN ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN
MAGNIFICENT ROOF GARDEN* COVERED GARAGE PARKING
KING SIZE HEATED POOL SAUNA & HEALTH CLUB
SPACIOUS ROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS
and much MUCH MORE
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM OCEAN-VIEW APARTMENTS
FROM ^
A.NS'HnCJV&'SfUNJ c.
19,990
PRE CONSTRUCTION
PRICED
K 9 INC.
YCJ VETOED THE REST?
MOW TRY THE BEST1 S N:E
1959 W!TH5 LCCAT 0 .5
TO SERVE YCJ.
PROrCCT.'O.'J DDCS 1010
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fCR hOMl AND BUSINESS.
SCHOOL FOR COOS
AIL PHASES OF TRA'tvNS
FG3 AIL BREEDS
GO TO THE DOGS
OWN YOUR
OWN K 9 INC.
FRANCHISE
2701 W. 3RD AVENUE
Phone 885-3564
MIAMI SPRINGS
Lcunge and packag" store.
Geing Business and valuable
license for sale. Will sacri-
fice for cash. See Bob Mann
for appointment, Travelers
Hotel. 4767 NW 36 Street.
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Porking --HiUhenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1500lcno> Ave.
PHONE 5380823
SUPER MARKET
FOR SALE
Excellent opportunity for o
Businoss Mnn. low invest-
ment Groceries, Beer and
f.'ust lecwe Miami. Very
Good t 2.101 S.W. Douglas Road. Call
owner
443-9119
fior:da keys
business lot
50'x 1C0'
On Highway 1 and Sunset
Blvd. Lo 27 Block 7 Key
Largo Park S2.50O Owner
Phone 2480165 Homestead
8 Vi Acres
Hi-Rise
EAST OF BISCAYNE JOCKEY CLUB
FIRST TIME OFFERED
BUILDERS TERMS
STAN GOLDSMITH, BROKER!
1O0S KANE CONCOURSE
86S-S289
Driftwood Cove
Luxury waterfront townhouse condominiums'
2 bedroom 2!i batbs, 3bedroom2'.2 baths
from S39,5C0
IMI3W K1YKH lKIYI<:
IIOMKSITKS I
50 Acres at Walton, 10 miles south of Ft. Pierce. 5
miles north of Jensen Beach 970 ft. River and Drive
frontage; picturesque high bluff area; 25-35 ft ele-
vations.
If tired of urban congestion, pressures, fiustrations
this is your opportunity to attain the relief you desire
Appropriate for roomy waterfront estates, subdivision
cr Club Village development Owner:
11. V. WATERS
3131 SEGOVIA 443-4728
Q P T SALES OFFICE at Taylor Street & A1A
1 1 A Ti Ju5t 3 Block$ Hor,h of Hollywood Beach Hottl
OCUN
BLVD.
enterprises inc.
:
Phone 929-5303 Open TO A.M. to 5:30 Daily
Hollywood Beach Florida^
Marina Business For Sale
Dry storage up to 31 feet. 10 ft. beam, stack 150
boats capacity. Retail sales. Manufacturing boats
and equipment National wholesale sa!'". Large 4
bedroom penthouse. This is Big Business. Don t call ^
unless qualified to purchase. Reasonable terms.
FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE
305-664-4284
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Friday. February 14. 19^. a
Hadassah Leaders Are
H$re For Board Meet
I> from 20 points in
> <: i : I A.-r'- to
gath'-r in Miami Th irvlay urvr.
Ha H>Eon ol Hadassah
I for its let ooard
Leonard Wolpe, of O
Gar k to preside at the meet-
-. Ahwh will Include
at th<- Miami Spring! Villas. Mrs
a past ; lent ol the
Miami Chapter is regional press-
res-r.ts the region or.
Heart Film Set
By Sisterhood
A regular rrv-vting of th< Sister-
hood of Temple rv-th Rar>ha he held 01 lag Feb *i at -
i .-t: Temple, 1549Jefferaon
A'.' ii'-a'-h
The Miami H-art Ins'
nt a film At Affair of the
Heart," and i;r David A. Nathan.
not<*d cardiologist, will gu'-st
peafeat
Mrs. Flyman Derger is pn kdenl
Harlassan s national board.
s Natnan Barth of Miami
B-ach and Mrs Joseph Milton of
Coral Gabies, both rejrior.al vice
pevaidt nta, will represent the
irg Mrs Samuel Steinbere of Mi-
ami i- trcurti Mrs Jack Miller
.f Miami Beach is corresponding
tary and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
iai lianx-ntanan is from Miami
FJoai ri 'ff' ial from the area an Mis a Arthur
I'. keiner a.-xl Mrs. Henry B. Wer-
nick.
Representing chapters at the
mid-wintel session will be trn-ir
presidents, Mrs Maxwell Wefes-
tx.Tg (,f the Miami Chapter and
Mrs Philip Thau of Miami Beach.
Group presidents will also attrnd.
Included on the agenda will be
plans for th* Msar 4-*> Regional
Conference scheduled for the Mar-
co Polo Motel at which time mem-
bers from all over the itate will
gather.
Allan Kane
Fleet Manager
It is Hr pleasure to onneunce that
A llvii Kan hat seen named te
head fl-t tales at DUMAS MHM
CMEVRl .. ..ease mp by.
Allen it helpful, knowledgeable and
friendly.
. See him far the finest
lltet deal in town .. ,
4111 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 444 3566
'Poverty, Racism"
On Program Of
Sisterhood Meet
Temple Sinai Si-ttcrhood of
North Dad^ will observi Brother-
hood Month at its next regular
meeting on Wednesday at 1 p.m.
at the North Miami Beach Civic
Center. 17011 NE 19th Ave.
The program will consist of a
bi-racial panel from the Kconomic
Opportunity Program. Inc. who
will .speak on 'Poverty and Rac-
ism Karh of the three panelists
will present a brief talk, to he fol-
lowed by a disciission between au-
dience and ipealcei
Mrs Rote Martin, coordinator of
the Volunteer Service for the Lib-
erty City area, will speak on
What is Poverty?" Mis Kaj
Flym assistant director of pul
: i E.O.P.] wiii ipi sk on
"What is Racism?" J. Marx in
Smith, special assistant to thi ex-
ecutive director of E.O.P.1 wil
The Linkage Betwi ei itv
Two."
Review b Set By Mizracbi Wmiliu
Aviad Yafeh Is
Guest Speaker At
N. Broward Fete
A wart Yafeh. director of the
Prime Minister's Office in Israel
and political secretary to Prime
Minister Levl Eshkol, will be the
guest speaker at the kick-off cam-
paign dinner of the Jewish Federa-
tion of North Broward to be held
Wednesday at the Gait (>cean Mile
Hotel, it was announo-d by I.ud-
wik Brodski, president of the Fed-
eration.
Also scheduled to address the
affair xxill be Sheldon B Guren. a
member of the national campaign
cabinet of the L'nited Jewish Ap-
peal.
Martin Fridoxich is chairman
of the dinner and Samuel Korin
is rochairman.
Rabbi Kingsley Is Speaker
Rabbi Haij.h Ki
leadci oi Temple
Dade, will l- the
nreekly luncheon
Miami Beach Lo I
to i- held at :.
th. DILido Hotel
is chairman of th<
ngsk y, spiritual
Sinai of North
sjx aker at the
mei ting of the
e of B'nai B'i ith
p.m. T
Miller

David Pinsky Club Talk
"Israi l Amon
i th i iplc -I a
savin, a thoi I I i
the D ...
Ave.,
Miami gi oi
und Ii nist, will
pro\ ide i nti i tail ment
Dr. Arzt At Beth Torch
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological
oi America, was lo guest lec-
turer at 8 rhui lav at
Temple Beth Torah, North Miami
The li i i in is art ol the
Beth Toi nh sei i< i, "Judaism and
the World Tods
The Florida '
: America
was to bogi a t* r\tH 6*1
ThuradO} at 12:30 p. al tin 100
n R: Apart
Room.
The New Year," beat
PearlS Bucl Nobel prize winner,
Junior Auxiliary
Of Jewish Home
Slates Luncheon
The Junior Auxiliary '' "!' J"'A-
ish Home lor tin Aged will I
its annual lunchfon at noon T -
day in the I>.ial Beach Hotel Kn-
tertainment will i bj Tat
the 11-year-old singini itlon,
accompanied by Ted Shapiro at
the piano. Bob Novack will enter-
tain.
Chairman of the lunchi on is
Mis. George Israel; chair::...:; ol
entertainment is Mrs Nat Levy;
an Recto tjchaffer.
Mrs. Lillian Namm is president.
lOberman Painting
Is Dedicated At
Hebrew Academy
A painting of th*- late William
Oberman entitled Thou Shalt Not
Kill" was contributed to the Great*
it Miami Hebrew Academy at spe-
cial dedication can monies at the
Miami Beach school this week. The
reception, held in the library, was
: hosted by the Hebrew A< ademy
; Women.
I
Mrs. Oberman, widow of I
now ned artist, di
1 ing which was made when t
President Franklin Delano R
xelt made his tain, d perch on
"The Four Freedoms.' Mi i bei
man was a guest lecturei it I
University of Miami and was bon-
on d bj the iirttx crsity's 1
Gall* ry.
Mn Jai ob D. Katz
i: H< bn .' A
prais< d Mrs. Ob

the art i the
i striving I

the i enei al
li
Dr. \\ illiams Is
Guest Speaker At
Teehnion Meet
i r H. i- t pi -
ii of histoi > al i '' i i r. rait)
ol Miami, was to hi
at a meet ii
Chapter of (hi \p
Society Women's Divi
Thursday at th Algii rs Hot
. Slated as his to] .. u as The T< ch-
nion and its Contrib iti the
State of Israel Mrs Trudv Ha
ers.-hlag is chairman ol the day
and Mrs. Norman (' Hill u;is |n
<-hnrge ol reservations Mrs Jack
L. Cantor is chapter president.

Tlie Minim Chai t. i will hold ,i
"Member-Bring-A Member" Val
entiiM Fashion Show Coffee >t
10:30 a.m. Friday ai the home ol
Mrs, Gerald Soltz, 7890 SW 79th
Tcr. Mrs. Harold Abbott will speak
on the Teehnion. Mrs Mi Kin
Schwartz is chaii n ol Ira da>
assist. (I by Ann ai I Mae Woll-
man. Mrs h Franklin Williams
is president.
to be r- Soph*
mak, off r i tower ? ,
Mali 1 h Pia.nr ij\r
Mrs Kutxn J*c"% xah Chaptei rhsdrsaasi A
- of Count i1 l^ Theodore C. Sorensen, former
aide to the la'.e President John
F. Kennedy, and author of "Ken
nedy" and "Decision Making
in the While House," will be
guest fpecker in the third event
of the Temple Judea Cultural
Series at 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Temple He will speak on
"Ethical Dilemmas of Public
Serv.ce."
IMPORTING
FROM INDIA
Parties interested in insert-
ing humon hoir, (iomandv
shoes, embroidered silks,
brosswore, ivory work cat
pets, beads and many other
Hiinss 7S8-942I.
FLORIDA EAST COAST
2 ACRES ON
St. Augustine Beech
(150' on Ocmsi)
High Lend
i. 0D0H
371-2135 or Write
1023 S. Miami Ave.
MAKE MONEY
24 HOURS A DAT
Thi t te moeS product
*rc* m -- United State* for
our product. SmINE BOY *
the revolutionary conceal
that g>v*t a tough high ajraaa
thine in juit 00 itctrii. No
more waiting. No tnore tia-
p.ng SHINE BOY a laaMt-
lout solution, te a deflt*t-
need n this age of "matto"
the jet age where everyone
it constantly on the move
end time is at a premium
Placed in hote t. motels and
other h.gh. traffic locations
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Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SHVER
pace Exploration Has
lUAsN'T it interesting that the Booh
of Genesis received such nice "pub-
licly" during the moon ihot?
Tliosc Intrepid astronaut! were try-
ing to tell the world that science and
religion are not at odds; they arc part-
'.ej-. ;.
The more we learn al>out the uni-
\ erse the more we have reason to marvel
n" that conc-xMed it all.
Panorama:
Sonic people who absorb a little (dance are inclined to
react to the Bible with "aw." Others, like the moon-man
react with "awe.'
Could the Symmetries of the cosmos, to reliable that
you can thrust an object thousands of miles into space
and know that you can count on certain laws to work, be
the product of chance?
So it was fitting that the new heroes of space should
pay tribute to Genesis, the story which tills us that the
us Side, T6o
world
s me there an who cavil at the space progi im. Tl
say u i- true "lunacj to make shots when mom
needed to cure cancer and misery in the world.
Perhaps an auxiliary by-product of th.' space ex-
ploration program will ho the rediscovery <>f th.- truth,
of the statements in the Bible that the world is One and.
if men will live up the mandates ol the Bible, humanity
can also become One.
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Was Abraham Lincoln A Religious Man?
?
taJAS LINCOLN a religious man?
Lincoln wasn't much of a
church-goer and he didn't n to
the synagogue either although his
name was Ahraham and he hail .in
mcle named Isaac Lincoln But
vou can tell B man's religion from
ther things, as I-incoln often did
himself
(Once Lincoln was riding in one of those okltime
Mies, with a driver who showed B considerable
r.clciicy in soaring.
['Are you an Lpiseopalian?" Lincoln asked the
rer
Who. me? No," said the driver. "I am a Metho-
Well, slid Lincoln, "you swear just like Sec-
rj Sewmrd and he is an Episcopalian."
1 incoln liked to tell rellgtoua stories. There was
story of the frontier preacher, who began by
mg. "I represent the R deerner." Just than the
\ae\ Newsletter
By CARL ALPIRT
he Harsh Truth
I | Ml \ The raids and the
* counter-raids, the terror ind
the retaliation which have for
sonv time marked the situation
in the Middle East should not !
judged as laolatad incidents They
must be seec. as part of the larger
scene and with reference to their
t in long range levelopmenta
[I .- a fact thai Israel's stern policy >: blowing
tiie houses of Arabs who cooperate with ter-
sts has di isticallj reduced incidents from with-
it i.s a fact that the daring raid on Egypt's
Iges and power plant close to the Aswan Dam
brei followed b) a cessation ol Egyptian forays
s the Canal And the current crisis in Lebanon
the Beirut strike has revealed strong pres-
, in that country "not to get involved
On the tl r h in I, I ulun ol 1st lei I i respond
s w>uiii i>' interpreted by 'n, Araba as
is, an! therefore as inviting new attacks
Wi those M-h think that Israeli retaliation serves
|.ostpme the |k ice, the harsh truth must be
peace is i chimera, an illusion which will not
realized as quick!) as some had Imagined Is-
n|]..s alreada know what their friends and sup-
ers abroad must realize rhis country will for a
time have hostile neighbors, and must be
enough > stand thcnl off.
rornise concession and gentle reasonable-
w.m hot tppease these neighbors The Arabs
fight I :a nst Israel no matter how much we
UP They will fight for return of the Ciolan
hts. for Gasa anil for every inch of Jerusalem.
it is not for these alone that the Arabs clamor,
want also Bearahebe and Haifa and Jaffa.
Ing less than destruction of Israel will satify
at this time.
s
preacher felt a lizard Crawling up his pants leg and
he raised his leg and shouted. "Whew!" Then the
preacher began again: "I represent the Redeemer,"
he repeated and again he felt the lizard in his pants
leg and again the preacher raised his leg and shout-
ed "Whew!'' Wh. reupon a member of the congrega-
tion arose and said, if the preacher represented the
Redeemer, he didn't want to have anything to do
with the Bible.
, Whe/i Lincoln ran for Congress, his opponent
was the revivalist preacher Cartwright. Once at a
political meeting. Cartwright gave a vivid word
portrait, first of heaven and then of hell and. con-
cluding, called out. "Mr. Lincoln, where are you
going?"
"Brother Cartwright." called out Lincoln. "I
am going to Congress."
Cartwright s question was slyly designed to call
attention to Mr. Lincoln's reputed heterodoxy. Lin-
coln entertained doctrinal doubts. Some said he
was a freethinker and he was attacked on that score.
In those days, the Bible was the American best
seller. Today, things are a little different. Today,
people don't know their Bible so well. Some think
Noah Webster who compiled the dictionary also
built the Ark.
Lincoln knew the Bible from cover to cover. A-
President, he was called to task for having appointed
to office a man who had opposed him in the race
for the Presidency Lincoln, in answer, pointed t l
theater) of the Golden Calf. While Moses was iw i)
the Israelites demanded a Golden Calf to worship,
iaron, like Moses, was opposed to the worship of
the Golden Calf, but he yielded to the public dem u
We could Imagine what would happen today
when Muses returned M m\ people would demand
the imm.iii.it.' sacking of Anon. The reformers
would denounce him for complying with the de-
nt ind for the G Iden Calf a- a tool of Wall St B it
Moses took the circumstanc under c inaideration
and did not dismiss Aaron from his posl
:it
ra.-l: realism consists of assaying the situation
ut self delusions. From its present position of
(th Israel is seeking to freeze the statue quo
occupied areas, or In M nhe Dayan's words
ate "patterns of life' as though peace hail
achieved. Hence the open bridges across the
the normalization of economic life, the
pon of >ociai. cultural and educational bene-
the Arabs of the West Bank.
will be more incidents They are inevit-
Israel will meet them with the strength and
t' m mat ion which are necessary- Our friends
r must look upon these incidents from the
_Ctive of history, not of today's headlines
IhiedB not pessimism; it is realism. Do not forget
mat rael has been living under similar conditions
;,* taw past twenty years.
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
'Mazel 1W
M
IZEL TOV on Le Manage"
I- the French title of a new
motion picture made for world-
wide release by Allied Artists Pic-
tures. It received rave reviews ,a
its Paris premi month and will be distributed
througho .t the United States und-
er the more familiar title of "Mar*
ry .Me! Marry Me!"
"Mazel Tov" is the second film in Claude Bern's
trilogy of French middle-class Jewry. Berri, still
in his early 30s, made himself a name with his
short "The Chicken.'' a whimsical childhood re-
membrance netting him an Academy Award a few-
years ago. Then followed his first segment of the
trilogy. "The Two of Us," dealing with a Jewish
boy who unwittingly is being protected against
Nazi terror by a crusty old peasant I Michel Simon)
.vho outwardly proclaimed his anti-Semitic learn-
ings. "The Two of L's" was also based on Berri's own
experience during World War II when as a child
he was hidden in a remote village.
"Mazel Tov" deals with the further exploits of
Berri as a young man who becomes romantically
Involved with the pampered daughter of a wealthy
Belgian diamond dealer. The parents, at first, in-
terfere with the marriage pl.uis of their spoiled
offspring and the son of a plain French WOVker.
But as the English-language title. "Marry Me!
Marry Me!" reveals, a Mazel Tov is appropriate at
the end Claude Berri portrays himself icertainly
not an off-beat casting I with Elizabeth Wiener as
the Belgian girl; others in the cist include Louisa
Colpeyn, Gregoire Asian, Prudence Harrington and
Betsy Blur (the latter formerly Mrs Gene Kcllv i
Jules Levy-Arthur Gardner and Arnold Liven
have purchased "The Ludendorff Pirates" Story
of th< I'C:' ire ol a G man battleship during
World War II, in original written by Al Ramrus and
John Shaner the latter formerly connected with
the .'.wish Community Center Playhouse in Lot
Ai ;eles.
Special Report On Soviet Jews by BORIS SMOLAR
\ iddish Needs Are Largely Ignored
AMERICAN .1 ew Ish tourists,
when they come t,> Mo-
make it their business to visit the
Central Synagogue, the onlj Jew-
ish Institution known to them.
There is, however another Jewish
institution in the Soviet capital
a cultural institution, ill fact the
only Jewish cultural institution
existing in the Soviet Union. This js the Yid-
dish-language monthly magazine, Sovietish Heim-
l.md. a literary publication officiall) issued as the
"Organ Of the Association of Soviet Writers
The Association is not a Jewish body, but it bis
Jewish Writers among its members, it was chosen
i>> the Soviet Government as publisher of Soviet>
ish Heimland because there is no Jewish group to
whom the government could have entrusted ths
task The publication Of this only printed word in
Yiddish was permitted in 19 *>. about 12 years after
the liquidation by the Stalin regime ol the entire
organized Jewish cultural life in the country,
when all Jewish cultural institutions were liquidat-
ed more than 220 Jewish writers and intellectuals
were executed or sent to their death in Siberia In
the interval, no Jewish cultural life existed in the
Soviet Union.
I sat in the office of Aron VergeUs, editor of
the Sovetish Heimland, a trusted Jewish Communist,
and discussed with him the status of Jewish culture
in the USSR today His magazine today is the
only Jewish publication in the Soviet Cnion. Why
such limitation' Whv has J-wish cultural life still
not been restore.! fully to what it had been prior
to the days ol its brutal liquidations bj
Win n > public lectun s in Yd lish? Whj no coui
in Yiddish for those who may want them Why are
there no Yiddish textbooks? Whj have the Yiddish
state theatres, winch were liquidated bj Stalin, not
been reopened so man) years aftei Stalin's death?
Why is Jewish culture not given the same/treat*
meiit which ill other national minorities m the-
country enjoj ?
Mr. Verge I is tried to explain to me thai there
la no interest m Yiddish culture todaj among Sov-
iet .lews comparable to what it was m the early
years ol the Communist regime, when there were
nundreds of Yiddish state schools three da-.ly Yid-
dish newspapers, several Yiddish state theitre. He
attributed the decrease in interest partly to the
fact that after the liquidations by Stalin of Jew-
ish cultural life, there was 1 vacuum for man) years
during which Yiddish was replaced by the Rus-
sian language even among Yiddish-speaking Jews
He also claimed that Jewish youth wants to have
its education in the languagi of the country and is
completely Ignorant of Yiddish culture.
He told me that his magazine is printed in 25 hki
copies and proudly cited the names of a numb-r
of high Soviet Jewish officials who subscribe to it.
These, however, an all j>eople above the age of !V)
I reminded him that the Soviet census of 19tl0
showed that 472.(XX) Soviet Jewish citizens more
than 20 percent of the recorded Jewish population
in the I'SSK in that census listed Yiddish as
their mother tongue. 'They are certainly entitled to
more cultural attention than the publication of
your literary- monthly," I pointed out. '


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The Sisterhood pi Temnle
imi-i:i win hi.1,1 Id 29ti
-".' Luncheon at noon V
i room.
A S|HTial attraction will be thi
pn sentation bj the Temple Play-
era "Ti n Good Y,
writti n ai d lin ti d i>> Ti ixie I
vin with raph) bj Bai h
l; -":' usl reel ilillic
Draizai Starring in I
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LEGAL NOTICE
JUDGt HAROLD SFAIT
Jewish Home
Sets Fund For
Judge Spael
A Judge Harold B; Spai i Me-
morial Funl has b i n i stabushed
by the Jewish Home for the Aged
nf Greati r .Miami, in memory of
the Dade County jurist and former
JHA president who died last week,
ii has been announced by Loo Rose
Jr., president <>f the institution.
He said that former Circuit
Judge Irving Cypen, honorary pres-
ident of the Home and a former
colleague of Judge Spael on the
i- in'i. has i i n narm d chairman
of the Spael Memorial Fui A
Judge Cypen will also deliver a
niriiion.il tribute to Judge spai i
at a meeting of the Home's Board
ol Directors in the Ruby Audito-
rium at Douglas Gardens Sundaj
morning.
In commenting on Judge Spaet's
n Mr. I'.iis. said, "He was the moving
force in sitting the Home's policj
by which admission priority lias
always been given to the indigent.
It was under the joinl leadi i -
oi Judge Spai t and Jiulgi
I'M""" Mr. Rose said, "that
Douglas Gardens became known
inti rnati mally for us high sta
il itiw
In ilv
iffiliation with the Gi
r Miai Fi di ral ion in
I'nitod Kiini in
: Mr Ro
Judge Spael is iffiliated
uith JHA sii .' i I nings in
1945 He \v is i psidi nt of JII \
from 1947 to 1952, and il was dur-
ing Ins presidency that the Home
acquired its sevi n-acre site at NE
-ini Ave. ,md 52nd St known as
Douglas Gardens.
Arkin Is Named
\ ice Presideiil
Of W.B. Federal
T.. .I"!- s Arkii
.
I '" s was i let!
"i the assoi
a n nl ding ol thi board ol
din etors. Just pn vious tu the

la din i tor for a two
ti m al Hn nual
Mr. Ai kin, who is wid
is i iv lc and J< n Ish ci.....nunnl
actii ni s. is ,i ;,,,, tner ,n ,|, m,.
ami Beach n ol V
Wi !--. R..... and Arkin. He has
i! advisor to Miami
li' in h Fi d< ral for a i umb r ol
j pars
He is chairman of Grievance
mittee "C" of the 11th Judicial
Circuit, Florida Bar Association:
vice president and member of the
i'i.uil oi governors of Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce; chairman
of the Mian i B ich Soci il Sen -
ices .\d\ ism v Board; a nw mber ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion board of governors ,i: d chair-
man of its budget committee; a
past president of Miami Beach Ki-
wanis Club and trust) c of its schol-
arship foundation.
Hi' also is chairman ol the Law-
yers Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign and a di-
rector ot the Sustaining Board of
Fellows nt Mt. Sinai Hospital.
IN THE CIRCUIT MURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE CO'_\T'..
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norah iN hold a luncheon meeting
and white elephant sad- ii 12:30
am. Wednesday in the Social Hall
of the Miami Beach synagogue.
Mrs. Flsie Belsky is chairman of
the i'\i nt that will lxm Tit the re-
Kgfous school,
'Brotherhood' Is Topic
Rev, Don Olson ol St
Lutheran Church will speak on
"Brotherhood" at a meetfn^ of the
Slsteffiood nt Temple TWereth Ja-
fob, Hi,di ah to lx' hi 11 al
a.m. Sunday al the Ti n
Martin P. Shachat
tin P '. Mat. forn i Dadc
S i 'ourt kidge,
a return to tin
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kith J l-atm net Kisen-
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eJewislh Flor idlian
Florida Friday, February 14, 1969
Section C
CJA High-Rise, Residence Units
Organize For All-Out Campaign
(tn* i'i v < i ai ranxm Itz, spir-
l< ader of Temple Mi nci ah
nber of the Residence
High Rise Cabinet, will In- the
>m ipeakcr whin the Kennedy
stdenti hold a "Coffee and
pish" mi ting on Monday, Feb
|oi i* hall ol the Greater Miami
,:-! F> (.ration's 19">9 Com-
; Jewish Appeal-Israel F.mer-
. Fund campaign.
ui Katon, Kennedy Hi
n coordinator, announced
^ th<' meeting will take plan'
t i Kennedy House Card Room
10 p.m.
Phillips, chairman of the
House i'Ja-IKK Commit-
jounced the formation of
i *ii ci mmittee, which IndueV -
-- i Arnk i a m, Max i lai Ish,
H. ten Brady. Rose Kskin.
RosaQe Golan, Benjamin l^e-
b;. Max Rosen Mrs. Mildred
r.ton. Mrs. Lillian Vogel nnd
eph Wi .ssii id.

lEASI RE HOUSES
oordinaton for the Treasure
~ Combined Jewish Appeal-
! i Em< rgi ocy Fund Committee
been announced bj Ben Essi n,
Irman, \i> tidence and Hil;Ii Rise
tsion They axe: Abe K. Fogel-
i Treasure House South; Mor-
lUrist, Treasure House North.
I an man Schwartx, Treasure
t. a planning meeting has
si t for 10:.'U) a.m. Tuesday
v Social Hall. Treasure House
i.
thur S. Rosichan. executive
;ioi Greater Miami Jewish
i rat ion. will address the group

WE TOWEM
: ts of Porte Towers will
a dinner at 6 p m. on Feb. .'.">
i i in< Thousand Bangui I
m in in half of tn. Combined
al [si u i Emergi
I amp.n tL
eph R. Mondres, r
nan ot the Forte T
l ; Ittee, anno
Hi n l- ^si ii. chairman ol the
h n! --.h aker.
Mondrei ala meed the
1 the > ai ious buil ling
toes hii h include
William PL in-
Kei ki i. hai
Bui a.ii"' H< rsl
j in, ai d Moi: is Rosenberg,
[iaii ; 0 Buildln S im
i.i- :u. chairman and Joseph
hail man.
k | to Vt......n's I .\ ision
were; Mrs Ruth Bi lol u
Mrs Rose Godlin
Mrs. Dorothy Mondres, co-
u men. The Ral binical Com-
i.. includes Rabbi Mas Zuck-
(.,. Iikm) Building; Rabbi H u i
m 1100 Building, and Cantoi
RABBI MAYIR ABRAMOWHZ
Saul Bret h for 1300 Building.
Other committee members are
Sam Aaron Louis H. Askwyth,
Morris Baron, Jerome Berger,
Raymond Berman, AI Bernstein,
Charles Blum, Max Bornstein,
Charles Edelstein, Sellg Epstin,
Sam Forman, (.ester Friedman.
Julius Gracer, Charles Holtz, Sam
Rabat, Meyer Kanter, Hyman
Kaplan. Jack Kaplan Sol Kenner.
Adolph Kessler, Mrs. Milton Lewis,
Bernard Liberman, Dr. Joseph
Littwln, Max Newman, Manuel
Pearl, Joseph Rosenkrantz, Harry
Rosenthal, Nat Salzman, Jack
Twersky, HI i Werner ana Lo iu
Weltzman.

BEA4 >\sT TOWERS
Seaeoast Towers Baal will hold
a Breakfasl on Sundaj In the Villa
11 sir Ro -ii on behalf ol the
CJA-IEF di Iw n was annoui
by William Einhorn chain
the S< a< oasl Tow era I ast CJA-
[KF i "ommlttec
i| thi R si-
ed thai Harry l-'i m ki I i Fou
,it thr L'niti d Ji w i h \
tnembi r of tl I ol Dim
<. t the New York United Jev
Vpp<,.: will Ih' the : u si
The full com
roast Towel Isi-
dore Abra San el \ B
Samuel I.
Paul A. Brown, Joseph Col
i ,. ise Cohi n Nathan H Dan
ink D Mn. J' anm tte Einhorn,
Harrj H I id, B r Gil r Fn d
Gladstone Joseph A
M, .. i i. Gondel-
., J. .la.-k Gi b
.i !, s \ Hi rwit Fanny
Honig, David A. Klein, Reuben
Kopp, Abe Krutman, Lewis 1>.
Levitt, Ben E. Liepshutz, D
I.nt' .. Ben S. Mam. Ra; mond I'
Polstein, Nathan s. Silverberg.
Sam J. Silverberg, Harrj R Soco-
loi Harry Tavss, Abraham Udell,
Harry Weinstein, Emanuel Zahlei
and Jennie '/.< retsky.

H.0 LINCOLN BOA0
Daniel Neal Heller, past national
command) r, Jewish War Veterans,
and associate treasurer, Greater
Miami Jewish F< dilation, will be
the ui -i ipeaker at an annual
Breakfasl Meeting on Sunda) ol
Hundred Lincoln Road resi-
ts, lo held in behall ol the
i i npaign.
Jose) h Bei nsl in. genci al chaii -
man of the One Hundred Lincoln
R ad drive, announced thai the'
Bn akfast will \- held in the Club
Room ol loo Lincoln Road in the
lower I' bby and there will !* no
charge for the breakfast.
Mr. Bernstein announced the
formation of his full Committee,
which includes: Joseph Averbook,
Nat Friedman and Jack Schemer,
cochairmen; Samuel Pascoe, mas-
ter of ii ii nn.nn's and Morris Berg-
stein, Joseph Brilliant, Harry Co-
hen, Joseph Cohen, Max Coggan,
Joseph Gittelman, Jacob M. Gold-
stein, Lawrence Krass, Paul Kwit-
ney, Morris B. Newman. Albert
Schachter, Isadora Saifer, Noah
Soffer and Nathan Toplin.
.
BAY IIUillOR ISLANDS
Mai Shulamll Legum of the
Women's Army of Israel, will be
ih. guest tpaakar when the Bay
Harbdr Islands residents hold b
I Cocktail Party on Wednesday eve
inn; at 8 p m. at the Harboui
11 luse S uth IN staurant.
Thr Cocktail Party is being h< Id
on behalf of the CJ \ IKK cam-
paign.
Thi i i \ IEK I" mmHln -
M, i Mr. Iiavld 11.. Ml
Ml
Mu\..i nd Mrs S Ml
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I Sin .'> -i'i' > Cohen,
Mr Mi St Mr and
Vim Hyman 11 fohn Mi
Ml slid Ml m Max I Ml ""'
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Mr and Mm Tow Kravlts.
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Ml ind Ml
I u viI nd Mi Howard
m. ., ...i Mi Saul M'-rgaii
Mr ii l Mi M Ml
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Mi Mi '
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Hr Phillip I Mi
I an < Sllvi m in Mi il Mr.- Hi
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Mi and Mi ^ llllam Sui hi i Mi
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The leadership of the Initial Gifts Committee of the Comb;:
ed Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, discuss plans tc:
the February 20 dinner at Temple Israel i:i honor of Go-.-
Frank Licht of Rhode Island. Shown (from left* are: Milton
Weiss and Norton S. Pallot, associate chairmen: and Le;
Eisenstein. chairman of the Initial Gifts Committee.
Planning final details of the conference Sunday of the Far-
band-Labor Zionist Division of the Combined Jewish-Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund ere 'bom left1: Jack Filosof. president
of the Ben-Gurion Branch: Abraham Rovinsky, vice presi-
dent.. Bialik Branch; Joseph P. Zuckerman. president of the
Lebediker Branch and chairman of the Far band Division of
the CJA1IEF: and Samuel Galfond. president oi the David
Bliss-Cuban Branch.
Farband Rallv Is Set
The "'' pizmai neh ol K
. lal rallj I -
year for the Gr< tei Mian i J
ish Fi d'i > m's Ji ish
Israel Rmerjji ncj f
campaign, il was announced by
Moe I.i \ in, rhairman ol tin v.
Branch.
ve will start with B
p ii lni bi un h m S u daj M u
the Algiers Hotel
l- thi ; ast two years the
v. i.mann Brai
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Sandra Callei S
Harrj CI iet 7.\ i Kaliskj
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Food Group Luncheon
Is Slaled For March 6
J
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of Morton Towers and Plaza 800
[were the first participants in an educational
[bus tour conducted by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to better inform com-
trr.unity residents about the seven local
agencies the Federation's annual Combined
Jewish Appeal drive supports. Shown in
front (from left) are: Ben Marcus. Louis Aron-
son, Mrs. Louis Aronson, Mrs. Jack Mazor.
Rhoda Stein. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Jack Mar-
aulis; rear (from left): Israel Hartson, Morris
Minov and Jack Mazor.
Tin' Food and Allied Trad. S i
lion of the Gn atei Miami Jewish
K. d< i ation's 1969 Combined Ji w Ish
Appeal Israel Kim rgencj Fund
campaiim. this week announced
plans for a M ir 6 annual Food
Group luncheon lo hosted bj
Herb rl Paige ol the P usi Cola
Corp. at tin Pi psi Cola R
. 7777 NW list St
i;, Silver ol Food Fait Ston s
0 ,,i the Food Group,
.d thai this would be the largest
Food Group luncheon In the his-
tory ol the Great i Miami Jewish
l-vd, ration.
a F.....i Sroup asslgnmi nl m I
I was recentb hosted by the
Budd M ryi i Company and was
aimed at assuring b successful
turnout foi th< Mar. 6 luncheon.
j, >. ;,!. c ih, n oi Federal Pack-
ing is cochairman, and Jerrj Blank
of National Brands and Herbert
Paige ol Pepsi Kola Corp. are hon-
orary chairmen ol the Food Group
Leo Flnkelstcln is division coordin-
ator ol food, hoteL restaurant and
allied trad i
Tin' Food Group assignment 4.*^^
,1 it includes Fred Au ~t.
I >a\ id Blank. H. Jann s Cal
!..iis 1 'ohen Herb rl Cole, Wil-
Kllett, Jack Fil
! Fi ii nd, Harol I < iaffin,
.. R. Godfrej
Lewis R. Goo 1 A. Gi
\: ,\ Handshu Ernes! I Ha
11 : II lusn 11 Sidi II
berman I lacol Diek Jur-
main, RJ Hai old
Levinson Mom is Levitt, Fri d IK
Lofland, Budd Mayei >hi I wi ns,
Bei nard < 'xi nberg, William Ro s,
Harry Salzman, Don Schwartz,
!Vit> M Shafton, Ber1 Sher, Wil-
liam !>. Thompson, I an Wi insti in
l .t Wollowick
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Tii. National Conf.
Jews was organized in 1928 In ruHIHment ol
iti nbjeetivea, il seeks ihroogti ethical m and
persuasion I i m iti\ ite all people ihn
coopei !'-' i rfort l>i about full equality
of opportunity in education, employment and
cultural activities for all Am. ricanc
The program which the Conferem.....r-
- and sponsors with schools,
. ind oth i mun '\ i rganiza-
- an important form ^' ,ne
public inten -t
With ,t< alre nly i stabllshi d ind pn
experieno walks of
:. NCCJ s uti juelj qualified <.>
,. ,>f buil I
The NCCJ seeks to achievi its go Is of
,! .n .ind mutual un
ie of ,:i:
ethnic crmr>> through the fi
% Rearing Children Of i;-.l Will In-
stitutes focus on tl of parents
,n teaching children healthy attitudes so that
they w.il grow into emotional maturity free
from prejudice and hostility. Pr ri the
s < dh tkm on and
v. bring together adults and young >
to bridge the generation pap
# P^ ;rams For Y.nith provid.' oppor-
tunities to diacaH asm i .f dee?> concern in
Tne growing compl. xity of our society NCCJ
re mcTf*as;rc!y prnphats I ng proera.-
h loaders through the schoos
serving ajwnc.es and in the community At
summer youth conferences >\iung people of
rvtckgrourxis have .in op;jrtur:ty to ex-
>-h.'_-i^ kieM.
Oorcmewty Relations And Ad-.r---.-
r im provis%
tiora traaataf for poll.*' ami ;: ,.
.-.MirK'nitoT acttoa br'ween
II i ronir
ho*
(*, T H ':: Tr.nr T
WC.l *i.ru: <->li*t:^
inivorMtie* wintry ,
Simmer \v..:k*hp nog'im pa*
. \etv -i and knni pr.
t t-. ., Mrms n

thnr
vplnn- anrt
!
Bine i ttand
h v
DTI -;V"r* of
eautaabh
:is.
0 T'., ce of the *-
- |
rel I *orr>r I*
-it* dail] ad r*--*-* i
a, t -:"" f*i*h
tlM count ry
daily domes*.- a-vi I reign r-*s r-rr"
at* t ~ ,!rv- -
% An I Ktensf e Pubhrt>or prngraT" p^
mat :or ^^ttoo^ ^nd coJ>-
-..rcres and synar^ue*. ct.it igeeamea
r;>i^ .- cnt"iniBfCatia that sU^> -
trvxi.-h* nd ^hed new uffet on nnp^-
Brotherhood Greefiryrs From
Gold Seal
Bakerv
2239 Ceral Way
toff 22*d Ae.)
446-9330
Brotherhood Gree^ocs From
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10R9 NEM Amu
7S4-OS0S
Dt ^i.!.m1jooc ^aFsetincs From
BROTMAX
To
: ..'
DICK MEYER
StatiM
RA20SW lahSL
231-97R7
Brotherhood Greetings From
ADVANCE METAL
PRODUCTS, INC
244S NW 7aeh Street
691 2535
sttiimes ro au
DESK
EXCHANGE
*% Nf 4-4SJ4
W VtW Offk fmrmr
J70 .W. )5rk STtHT
[Brotherhood Grsetiacs From
v;jr FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM to the
PERFECT
0'ORSET SHOP
17SS SW IrK STRKT
PR R-4t37
Blotherhood Greetmgs Frocni
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency. Iik
*4tll
Krd.
Brotherhood Greer:nrrs Tror\
Sol MegdeO
REALTOR
SOS LDfCOLII BOAD
Phone JE MSS1
Broth erhooc Gree?
Jimm9*
GULF Seoice Statiea
Open 24-Hrs A Day
1725 Nf 79th ST.
tea uuear
PKooe UN 5-92*4
B:c f Miami
Ph Rt7-7St1
i
Gjtinrr?
LEFS TACKLE,
ItTC.
Ettabrtshed 1920
324 Ni 11* STREET
PV 371-7R04
MA\vJFACT*JRS
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8ESlNWiT/H YOU
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1 SAVOY IIO 1 I 1 GREETINGS "Open Year Around" ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS DOWNTOWN HOMELIKE 252 NW 2nd Street Phone 374-3086 BROTHERHOOD GRtEllNGi TO ALL CUSTOM TAILORING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach TROPICAL STUDIOS PORTRAITS COPIES. PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT HOME SITTINGS 125 NE 2nd Street FR 3-0204
Brotherhood Greetings | YM \<-Al.l-S 604 LINCOLN ROAD ELI LINIADO Brotherhood Greetinqs From PARRISH AUTO SERVICE 7305 S.W 41st STREET 223 1513 Brotherhood Greetinqs TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS NEIL'S Atlantic Service 9798 Bird Road DIAL 221-9992
Brotherhood Greetinqs From CmntpheW* ATLANTIC SERVICE 2390 S.W. 57ih AVENUE Phone 667-9267 L. T CAMPBELL, Prop. Brotherhood Greetinqs From Venetian Gulf Service Station Washing 1 ncal ne JE S-9'5o 1403 Dode Boulevard MIAMI BEACH O. S. BRAN NO N. Proprietor Greetings To All Our Friends UNITED HOME APPLIANCES 13025 S.W. 87th Avenue Phone ^38-2782
Brotherhood Greetinqs From BLUE BIRD BAKERIES 522 BIRD ROAD Telephone 226-2361 9461 Miller Drive Telephone 271-1235 Brotherhood Gratings! JIM WILLIG'S PONCE & SUNNILAND MUSIC SHOPPES 2719 Ponce de Leon Blvd Ph 445-7746 1 1425 S O.xie Shopping Center Ph. 235-0643 Brotherhood Greetinqs WHITT'S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 8695 BIRD ROAD 221-2637-221-9026 Pickup Delivery Road Service
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO.. INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 226-2715 501 S.W. 71st Avenue
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Ml and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 3793401
3ROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
#m i iimn i smwEEMwm
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
TNT CHEMICALS. INC.
MANUfACTUftSHS Of
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
NEIL BASIL'S GALLERIES, INC.
2935 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
18340 NW. 7th AVENUE (Next to Fredericks)
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Greenie. Equipment Pelt Cable Cotter Hydraulic Ja k,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed r-ac'ory Specifications
3072 N.W. 54m Street Phone 6342226
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
EISE\ CATEREtm. I\C.
9601 COLLINS AVr... BAL HARBOUR 865-8854
15901 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH 945-4412
COMPLIMENTS O^
FLAMINGO YACHT BASIN
190079th STHEET CAUSEWAY
865-5711
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service Ah Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS A SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla PI 1-2889
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Friday, February 7. 1963
3rotherhood The Essence of Acceptance and Trust .
American Sightseeing Tours
FOR INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS
PHONE: 633 0281
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
PETER M. LOPEZ
GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHARLES1 RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
OX 1-6911
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
YOUNG LAND FASHIONS
9561 HARDING AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Rhone 866-0266
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
CORAL GABLES GARAGE
SPECIALIZING IN CADIUAC SERVICE
FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY (AAAl
4300 LAGUNA, CORAL GABIES Ph. 448 2691
PAINT AND BODY WORK
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Pone* de Leon Blvd. Coral Gable*, Florida
Phone HI 3-0620
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
*
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
L STANLEY BUDDY' BERENSON
And Associate*
"We Cater to Parties" Phone 443-4505
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT ft COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY Of PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Mattes Catsja* I Pine Air Ceaa'itfaaee' >M Statiaa Capacity
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
HOME LUMBER ft Industrial Supply Corp.
1050 E. 25th Street Hieleeh, Fla. Phone 691-8515
MaakPMcaeMfcv
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 1926
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3440 N.W. 48th STREET Miami. Fla. NE 4-4591
L
NeCeCJe Is
Active In
Miami Area* *
The past year has boon a partic-
ularly MthW ono for the Florida
Region ot the National Conference
of Christians and Jews which has
continued to promote the ideals
and goals of brotherhood in a vari-
ety of programs in the Miami area
and elsewhere in Florida.
At Barry College the NCCJ
sponsored a lecture series on inter-
group relations with sessions held
from October 1967 through May
196S. A workshop at the Univer-
sity ot Miami held Feb. 2 May
25. 1968 and June 17 July 9. 1968
was also offered, along with an
NCCJ Institute on "The Commu-
nity Response to Crime" at the
University of South Florida in
Tampa.
Campus programs also included
scholarship assistance to delegate's
attending programs at the Univer-
sity of Americas. Mexico; Michi-
gan Stati University and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
In cooperation with the United
Fund, the NCCJ backs the month-
ly meetings of the Dade Youth
Council and the Florida R< gion
joins with the NCCJ national of-
Oce in s|x>nsoring the Institute on
"Effects ot Disci inunation on Chil-
dren ami Youth."
Another field of activity of the
local NCCJ unit is in the area of
poluv-community relations with
an institute in Miami cosponsored
by the Community Relations
Board.
In the area of religious affairs,
the Florida Region also sponsored
during the year monthly clergy-
dialogue sessions and gave finan-
cial support to the Channel 2 inter-
faith program. "Man to Man."
Spirit Of Brotherhood
THOMAS VA/l
,...,.?.,....: ft more than i
; a the spirit that re.
r.rnii.. of
i, tf (h wa makt i
help i!'1' individual nchk we his fi.
notential It is the action we tak.
;,, j, opportunity at
iii.tt.
v,, Bre all members oi the h i-
nty and only by a< '-
Ing .,. | im of peoplo can we b
, njoj the richness thai is the
tags.
Brotherhood Wee* sareai as a
P for I mesl appraisal t
exa attitudes, Bseagnb
ind let our Dssads
.. | to er..dicat.-
THOM vs VAIL,
IMS National
Hmtrwrhood Chairman
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
Coplan Pipe &
Supply Co., Inc.
3120N.E. 2nd AVE 377-8161
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
DRAGON LADY BEAUTY SALON
1851 N.E. 163rd Street
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Phone 949 4513
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL .
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
OF MIAMI. INC.
"Photo Copy Machines of All Types"
1930 NE. 151st STREET
Ph. 945-8721
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
SUPERIOR MACHINERY
AND EQUIPMENT
2447 K.W. 75th Strttt, Miami, Florida
696-4841
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
.ioii\ L.
POWER*
IKOOFIM.
RE ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph 531-3018
Licensed and Insured
Budget Terrrs
1616 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3386
Brotherhood Greetinqs
D. T. C. Tool Corp
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
Coral Gables Laundry
& Dry Cleaning, Co.
250 Minorca Ava, Coral Csfclei
4024 Red Reed, Sow* Miami
3833 Svneet Or. South Miami
H315C DixioHwy
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Friday. February 14. 1969
*jnisti f/frifftr
Paqe E-C
Understanding Prejudice
Promotes Brotherhood
A Prejudice is an attitude we have to-
ward a specific situation that we reach with-
<*jt sufficient consideration of the facts. It
differs from an attitude founded on science
;ind knowledge, for in the case of a prejudice
we form a judgment without the help of
science or trf our own thinking capacities.
We frequently do not know how a preju-
dice arose or when it first began. We may njt
ven be aware that we have any Bui whether
or not we are a>vare of prejudices, they in-
fluence our behavior They may influence us
even more if we are unaware of them. Our
first problem, therefore, is to be able t<> re-
cognize a prejudice, either our own or th.it
of other people.
Prejudice is like a poison. When a poison
t'-t into the blood stream, it s,>on makes us
resence known and the doctor is called and
remedy prescribed. When the poison of pre.
>!idler gets into the emotianal life stream, it
frequently does not manifest itself until con-
frented by some emotional crisis; then it
reaks out with fury, as in the case of gang
'.ghts, riot* and the like. Prejudice eats away
..t values until moml judgment is destroy**
Since prejudices are not in the germ plasm,
'line they are n..t part of our biological make-
up, they can be changed and eradicated The
child absorbs prepudices from his social en-
vironment. We know that this environment is
constantly changing. Therefore, if we can at
-ast reduce those forces in our society which
produce the prejudices, then the prejudices
kewlse will he reduced. We can accomplish
his thruuch the following steps: ___
# First, you must have a sincere desire to
do nmething about your own prejudices if
you feel strongly that the prejudices are con-
trary to the essence of American democracy,
if you believe in justice rather than injustice,
if you wish to develop all the potentialities of
ail the people in the country, then you can
and must set out to do something about this
disease which eats into the core of our society.
f) The second step in the attack of pre-
judice is a frank recognition of it in ourselves.
To rout the enemy, we must recognize him.
The denial of the existence of prejudice in
ourselves does not take it away nor make it
less strong. We must bring our prejudices out
in the open, admit them honestly and examine
them carefully. I^"t us tr> to distinguish he-
luei n our prejudices and our opinions, which
bated on careful, considered judgment
% The next step is a definite attempt to
eradicate or materially reduce our prejudices.
Your prejudices w ill not disappear overnight,
but gradually they should become weakened.
and eventually many of them routed.
# If. after an honest appraisal of your-
self, you find that, in spite of your strong ef-
forts, s me prejudices still linger, you must
be careful not to act on them. For instance,
if you know that you are prejudiced against
one of your fellow men, you can make a spe-
cial attempt to see his good points and be fair
with him. You may never like him. if your
prejudice remains, but at least you can keep
from abusing him.
# Democracy is more than a form of
government Democracy does not demand uni-
formity our differences i;ive us spiritual
strength. Differences become a menace only
when we allow them to become divisions which
result in the poison of mistrust and prejudice
Democracy is a team .if people. Democracy is
bntherhmd in action.
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
FLAMINGO
#
FORD
U.S. 1. N.E. 11th Street
Homestead, Florida
247-5112
MR. & MRS. LOUIS SHERR*
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
extend best wishes for a
Happy Chanuka to All
Brotherhood Greetings
MID-TOWN DRUGS
Proscription Specialists
2301 W. Flagler, Miami
Phone:642-8211
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
TO AIL OUR
FRIENDS & CLIENTS
Alexander's
\iitiMM:s
AUTO
UEXT-A-TAll
Ph 634-8585
M9'rt.Wr 42 AVE.
- leJevne Rd., Miami
GALLOWAY PHARMACY
Discount Prescriptions Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Phone 271-3081
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
MiitTii iaii<: WELDING
510 N.E. 167th Street North Miami Beach
Phone Wl 7-5309
rROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
KIM. roil: RESTAURANT
and Cocktail Lounge
900 BAY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
866-1441
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
BAR B.|. BAHX
9800 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone: 691-1381
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
Arnold Schecter
CAUSEWAY TIRES, INC.
1505 -79th Street Causeway
PHONE 865-2943
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL .
I IJHtll*A MACUIMiHY C0BP.
3945 N.W, 32nd AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 634-1551
Brotherhood Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS T/TLf INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
Branch: 2300 E. Oakland Park fclvd Ft, Lauderadle
Phone 565-5911
Brotherhood Greetings To Our Jewish Friends and Clients
PRUITT FICKLE & CO., Inc.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
1HEAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEB
Mu*i; Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Closed Sunday
Phono FR 4-4733
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
JillVlilOS DIVISION
P.O. BOX 397, Miami 33152 634-5461
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
niiMiKT HAiinVfAKi:
A APPLIANCES
849 N.E. 125th STREET, NORTH MIAMI
PHONE: 751-6551
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
720 WEST 27th STREET, HIALEAH
Telephone 887-3578
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
Parker Spray and Trot' Service Inc.
3636 DAY AVE., COCONUT GROVE 448-0986
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL
2SO0 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
THE PLACE FOR STEAK
a iixmioii rot rNGB
133579th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
TO ALL. ..GREET NGS
i:\lV\MKI Til Ail.IK SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
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Friday, February 1963
- BROTHERHOOD "To Believe Thai What Is True For
You In Youi Private Heart. Is True For All Men."
Emerson
Pullman Furniture Co.
6450 SO. DIXIE HWY., MIAMI
738 N.E. 6th AVE., FT. LAUDERDALE
551 N.E. 167th Street, Miami Beach
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
BISCAYXE MEB1CAL
t.KHOK \TOHIES. f\# .
2650 BISCAYNE BLVD.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME
7060 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
Telephone 226-1363
Brotherhood Makes Possible A Society
That Gives Opportunity To All!
For the Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
g Man than 10.000 Housing Unit*
" Tsoe j"d fi'3v. a-d Courses
MA.N OFfiCE
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
. L BROOKS Presidenl
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 NW. 151st STREET
Opa-Locka Phone 681-8511
.".HOLESALE ONLY"
"RHOCD GF 38 FROM .
IIRAIIV KOOFIM. A
KST MJKTAI, O.
2955 NW 73rd Street Miami
Phone 691-2678
BRC iOOD GREETINGS FROM .
FA 0\OM\ Mil G STOKE
1101 NW 3rd AVENUE- 373-1264
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
HIM TRUCK SALtt & SERVICE INC
4333 N.W. 27l* AVENUE MIAMI
Phone: 635-0331
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
SIMCO WASTE PAPER, INC.
PHONE NE 4-7626
Brotherhood Begins With You
KmtlKThuoii Wivk 1969 cart
well serve m a tioR of rvd,Jicatkn
ol la tai it wm our
ehieve th of
Am. .
long haw to> many of our
of Too
. have too many waib
fre< exercii
nful '-'u-
<>nt unbiased I
"I", .
.ly
to ch
Americana I ipachj
I it\ and h,' : I l"
aaj ti < link .
thos I ith
undent ",n ani1 ""'
will to inang) i -- *'tn '""'
Krratost need the human need
for | atici and equalit) foi U
Th' > ai
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STERLING \\ HKow N
rn tident,
\.ii tonal < "Hi't>-in
I hn-ti.111 ami Jews
STIRLING W. BB0WH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
LELA B. REED
Realtor
575 N.E. 125 St., NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 751-1688
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MIAMI TABLE PAD SHOP
3300 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE: 373-8815
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FROM .
W. 1 UtROLM. WiLSOM
Rea Esiataj Appraiser Member -
15450 NW. 27th AVENUE Ph. 685-2962
GREETINGS TO ALL
MARGIE FREDERICK
Experienced 6. ->ess and Pe-sorai
3TARY PJBLIC AC.
4256 E 4th AVE., HIALEAH Ph. 8871931
BROTHERHOOD GREETLNGS FF
from
IMPERIAL
OPTKAL MFG. CO., INC.
96 N.E. ^4th Street. Miami
Phone "54-1602
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL .
Florida Foundry A Pal torn Work**
3737 NW. 43rd STREET, MIAMI
634-1617
GREETINGS FROM
CARPET MART
970 S.W. Eth Street
LOUIS4MAJ
Phone 379-4442
terhood Greetinq
i l/I.V.I I.V.V
RESTAURANT
MISJ NW. M tVlHMf
NORTH MIAMI
Phone 681-0012
Md 3:eet:nq From
VENETIAN NURSING 8.
CONVALESCENT HOME
f09 ALL Tr CASH
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
Ml. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. VECTOt
Administrators
Dorothy A. Wicks. R. N.
Assistant Administrator
A. Boqis. Treasurer
Brotherhood Greetings
^ OF MIAMI
H omvn's \\hhitA
319 N.W 25th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 634-6248


Friday. February 14, 1969
* Jen fsfi FhridHirtr
BOOK REVIEW SS/Pa
< IIII.HKKVS BOOKS
< nrlaJii Tim- l..r Jnvtafe Voiitli.
CarapUcd and edited by Kara
Shakow. Jonathan David Pub-
lishers. 4'2H page*. ST.;).").
t'arpfully selected anthosopyol
! 11--1 ;nn materials tor children
iron prlmar) {trade* through
. igfa school, is ;i valuable addition
to home and school libraries.
Each play. poem, dramatic
reading, or cantata is cleexly
< lussilicd as to subject matU-r
and ajr' suitability Eapttctl stag-
ing dsrectioni ij-hni;. nlnai'sal
lectoniQues, costuming, etc., are
t. ii aiiy pre* nted In the excellent
manual at the beginning of toe
book.
a comprehensive bibliography,
overiag Bources on all phases ol
he theatre Including publishers,
take-up, recordings, etc., is also
.' to the n ader. Speaking
I a teachl r. the most glaring
UlU J found in tlii' collection
.is u.i omission of an apnroxi-
atc running time, winch would
been uat} belpful to pro-
am directors or teacher* who
ve a limited time for then
.si Dtatlon.
c
rd Xevnra ot i.tjiuhIi. hy G*f-
nvy Treas. Illustrated by
ICharlefl Keeping. Vanguard
Press 1M". pages, 13.95.
|A tr...y exciting adventure story
te stoi ni background ami lite in
iclai. I durinR the reign o! Kim:
|w ii : I ai'! <.,' icen Eleanor
young hero of the i*>k is
ibin who is suspected of having
He is befriended by Solo-
9M, n Jewish I'bysirian. who
es him to Spain on Journey
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is ,i fali |y true picture of the
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trued, iit there are errors
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editor. Sol Scharfstein. KTAV
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lb. tusior> oi the Jewish peo-
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will find favor with students ol
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brief retelling of its highlights is
especially well done, ft is eoncteu
and yet detailed. The book is
profusely illustrated with maps
photographs and sketches, which
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I'nfortunatcly. very lew books
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teachers alike. Kijhteen artists
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It is difficult to Investigate
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when onl> a few DagBl tie Spent
on each one. Nevertheless the
author, who has personally met
and Interviewed the artists.
brings to the reader an unusual
amsy Of leaser known painters
and sculptors, stressing their con-
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of Jewish art in America and Is-
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Friday. February 14. 1951
Dade Federal President Joseph Lipton Steps Down
Joseph M. Lipton, one of the founders n* Hade Federal Searings'
. Loan Association .'f Miami, i WOT million Association, has stepped
le as president and chief managing officer. In favor :' his >n.
aid A Lipton I n i ler of the Associatl n's-managemeni team
: 51 Mi Lipton inn unced Won al i special me ting
lirecl thai hi would remain active in the management
, |. .. nan, and *ill trj to devote more time
i charil
tWSS V1.' ".'
i> .t i
thai it
l i he you tioi
with th :
ing yo
"Dade Federal Savings will
r in iui in KOod hands," Mr. !.iii-
11 n h capable sad well qualified to
take over tin reins."
Mr. Lipton has
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1 ii Fedei al, l* comi issist -
a::i to the prei t in 1957 11
h.:; more than 12 years of experi-
, e on tiv ment team.
Joseph Lipton and his brother,
Henry, founded the Association at
a time when the nation was in the
i oea of Its greatest depression
Joseph became president, board
< .irman and chief executive of-
ficer when his brother died two
\<.ars later
The ground floor of the Congress
B.ilding was Dade Federal's first
Office when it opened in 1934. It
. led the year with 278 customers.
Today, the Association has seven
I inches and a multiple floor main
office building on Flagler St. at
NE 1st Ave, Th. 46th largest sav-
s and loan association in the
Irited States, its account holder
ter is approaching 100.000.
IHinne his ti-mirr a- brad of
:'> Association. Mr. I.ipton ha*
h--l|il It to grim from mi aso-
< it ion with a-sets of onl\
Ii4,744 at th.- end Si thf first
v>-ar of operations in 1954. to
..-arts of s-Mi-.l tX.OOO as of De-
. nihrr ML 1!H.
the linj ncies i:i
Mi. ni. He holds I Life
lerwriti r C.L.U k .1
rial i 1
A I ber of thi VMM \
- a m ml* r I irn 11
Scottish Rite Tcmpli and
Mahi i"
soft S rine,
An in I ion, Km
d Pi Laml da Phi fratei -
it. Ai : ctor ui the
. rsit) ol Pei nsj h ai 11 Alumni
Club, he has served In Ihe Dad.'
Com.:. Chapter of Ihe American
;: d Cross as treas irer and was
chairman of the 1951 Dade County
Fund Drive. He is a pasl president
of the Florida Savings and lx>an
League and is a member of the
Internal Development Committee
and the Committee on Urban Re-
newal of th.' United states Sav-
ings and I .nan League, of which he
has been Florida director.
A past president of Temple
Enunu-KI, and a patron of the
Dade County Outstanding Citi-
zens Awards for Sholeni l.o.li;.-
of B'nai B'rith. on April 17. 1962
! he was made an Honorary Out-
standing C'lti7.en of Dade County.
He fa* a trustee and vice presi- (
dent of Mi Sinai Hospital, and
serves on the Cithren's Commit-
tee of the I'niversity of Miami.
He was among the distinguished
etvte and cultural leaders who
were named in 1962 to the Board
of Selections for Men of Letters.
Arts and Science of 11 Tula who
had contributed to the cultural
The 1961 chairman of the Great-
ph 1 ton has been an out- er Miami Combined Jewish Appeal
uimg leader in community
1 siness, civi iternal activi-
t sine, his acrival in Miami in
K. ite, he tui
neral
undine the J. M
1 Insui
campaign, he has worked as vice
hairman ami in other capacities
in subsequent years and was a
" mber of the 7th and the 11th
United Jewish Appeal Study Mis-
sions to Rome and Israel, in I960
In 1965.
JOSEPH M. UPTON
Appointed to the National United
Jewish Appeal's Commit! I I '
Community Activities, in observ-
ance of the UJA's 25th anniver-
sary, he has been a m< mber of the
Board of Governors and the Exec-
utive Committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation since its
inception. In 1965 and 1966 he
served as Federation president.
and was appointed a member of
the l'JA*s National Campaign Cab-
inet in January. 1967.
Mr. Lipton has received many-
awards for his community services,
including the local B*nai B'rith
Man of Achievement-Outstanding
Community Service Award, the
Outstanding Service Awards of-
both the Red Cross and Bit Sinai
Hospital, and the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America National
Community Service Award. In
1965 he was named to receive the
coveted Silver Medallion Brother-
hood Award of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews for
his outstanding contributions to
good human relations.
Born and educated in LatroNv
Pa., he graduated from the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania in 1923 with
the degree of Bachelor of Sclei
in Economics. He and his w ife. the
former Anne Abrash of Paterson,
N.J.. have two married children
son Ronald, and daughter Rai
Lipton Harris, and real M Bl '
47th St., Miami I'.
Ronald A. Lipton To
Continue On Course
Set By His Father
Rorald A. 1 ipti
m is elected Dade K
and Loan As
native Miami in. H
Hai ird
his A.l
A career Sa ;
ministrati ex
Federal I "
th president i 195"
iard il dii to I960. Hi
me i v .;ii. pi sideni
196 land
A strong advocate ol th
Ironic bool
bet n largi Ij responsible for tl
installation and successful op
lion of Dade Federal's processii
system, using IBM equipment.
"Dade Federal will continue Ihe
course set in its long history ol
progress under the al le leadership
of its founders." the new president
of the 46th largest savings and
loan association, which has assets
of mure than $307 million, has said
"However, changes in keeping with
modern trends will certainly be in-
stituted as net dad. In effect, w.
continue to remain alert to change
within our nation's economy and
the savings and loan business itself.
adopting only those measures
which will build great.-st strength
within the Association and permit
Dade Federal to offer a wider
spectrum of customer services
"Continuing emphasis will be
placed upon automatic data pi
easing measures foi great 1 inti r-
nal efficiency." he said "thereby
releasing more stafl n bers with
more available tin* 1 lersonal-
Ized custom r sei vice
pendable, friendl; servii wl
has become ti il with I
Fi deraJ since its foui lii
tary of thi I
s mth Fl 1 ii r-68. I
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instructor at the IBM Cuatome
fclxecutivi Schooling program
Endicotl A member of trn I -
Savings ai Loan League, he aras
appointed to thi in nda and ]
nomic Policies Committee in 1967
and has served on the DisaMc
Prepj and Reaelutioi
Comn ittees "f the Florida Savinc
and Loan League, e,t \shi-h he u a
membei
Prominent in local ci\ic affair-
Mr Lipton has s. rved a< Uatte
Fund chairman coordinator, Sa%
Ings and Loan section, and >
chairman of the Savings and I.oa
livision ol the I 'JA and CJA fron
191 thro .. I ~ He was etoi ti
of th.- Greater Mtaur
Phill irmoi Socle) ind Is
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Parkinson Unit To
Honor Bob Hope
Dade >- ounty Mayor Chuck Hall
has agit-ti to serve as mastT of
ceremonirs at a dinner honoring
comediar Bob Hope, Mrs. Jeanne
Levey, I inder and national chair*
man ot the Miami-based National
Par-kit- Foundation, has an-
nourv
Th>- :it m the Fontalnebleau
I lotel uni l". ach, Saturday
evenini Feh 2J, will nol only
mark i. t ai the dinner '
n i held t" h m Hope for
his ht anitarian and philan-
iht 'i'', \.\ .ti, i Mrs. Levey said,
l 't als< ;i (\' ci I il di votton to |
the I ftlnsl i'.-i- I inson I la
i ase i r nai ionai hon-
nai Foundation
for ii ist ten ire,
1 an ar Bob ta his fii< '
among stai ( l he nti rl rii
nient wr 'l in |oin him in perform-
ing dui ii'" .it;', ml S50-a-plate
i i k-ti- linnei ti d the response
i- alwaj trenv ndo
National Traffic Is lip Sharply
National Airlines flew 465.074 In Miami. National handU-d
passenxers in January. compared i 169.230 pasaMgers in January
with 416.989 boardings in the same compared with 152.617 in
month in I96x. Revenue passenger tame month of the preceding > ar,
mites were up from 343344,000 to mid J. Dan Baaek. National*
383.135.000. resid< nt traffic ami sales
Maj. Gen. William H. Craig. left, the Third Army's Deputy
Commanding General, and Col. H. C. Kirk, it; Chief Opera-
tions Officer of ROTC, second f:om right, are shown on a
visit to the Miami Military Academy with Col. F. Reed
Williams, the Academy's president, between them, and
Lt. Col. Harry B. Hardy of the Academy.
;
Ocala dampers*
Reunion Feh. 2.'5
The annual Camn (Vnla reunion
party 1 lie held this year on
Feb. Z Momlngaid- Park. 830
NK 55th Ter. Former campers and
prosped e campers are invited to
attend the 2 to 3p.m. festivities
Among the activities will he speed-
boat n et, swimming, movies, a
karate shlbttion, a trampoline
show an : a pizza-fest. Music will
be furnished by the group called
'The RabbttS."
The j.rst summer session at
Camp O ala begins June 30 on the
shores I :' Lake Sellers in Ocala.
Fla. Th. coming Mason marks the
15th foi tht camp under the super-
vision i : the original owners and
director! Camp directors include
Dr. Th< '.ore Si ruhl. Krankie ami
Ben Mi r. and Leonard and Boh
Wolln
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Food & Beverage Director
LOUIS WITKIB
Untie (THotai
A holiday party sponsored by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
and hoslod by the Monte Carlo Hotel meant gif's and en-
tertainment for the youngsters of the Kendall. Parkway and
Okeechobee Children's Homes. Welcoming the children are
(from left) Herb Schurwitz. cochairman; Bernard Resnick,
executive director of the hotel, and Leo Steinman. chairman.
Saul Morgan Plans
North Bade 'City'
A sun and water oriented new
city to he called "Century -T Ii
hemp built by Saul J. Morgan and
his associate, Norman Conn, on
a 160-acrc site In North Dade
located an Morgan Bav. between
Blscayne Boulevard and the Intra-
coastal Waterwa> at 180th St.
The $200 million facility which
is to have an i w ntual population
of over 15.000 In Its 7.000 u
will be i msl cted bj Mill
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Friday, February 14. 1963
Seo-.vr. loafc-aoj :v=: the .erchcmdise for the
-nan Rekrtjor.s A~*Qfdl Luichecr. at the
3r Btand_ag boa .eft Mrs. Jark Y=srr.ar.
'.4r& Tez-.z- sisterhood preside.-.:
.Mis Rei-a Levjie Mrs. Louis Cober. and
.'!:s ; = ::< Greer.berg. Seated frorr. left are:
Mrs. Mcnor. Schwartz. Mrs. Philip Roadman.
Mis. Carltor. Blalce and Mrs. Sadie Trosky.
The baracr will open 10 a.m Sunday.
Education Bureau Offering Hebrew Teachers' Seminar
-
'* -"?f >'. tar unuti Hebrew
-<*? rt* Sa-rmr-ar of thi Bur-si
"- Dr. Paul L
lor of to
S -Inatr ,-tior. d tor Dade C
leard of Pub- _tj u
- an Srruri_r last a
--IT. TV 'I.-
and a>i>ruacB-s Mr St.
T. mj>* K. h--
al director tuppli -tented Dr
- : real ntatior. with a demon -
tfaa of lar^ua.- line*.
Dr Amr. SeMff professor of
ai r at VeaUva I'nr.r I
V .rk. will discuss "Creativi
."-.;,; aches to T Prayer'
Friday. Participating ir.
:i be Nathan Grveno.
;' Brth Db'.t :
Cot8t"S ."':- tiayah Porush
Bl kiv. a ** v
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HARRY W EYER --. y
,ociai'on with Lithgow
*i Centers can con-
veniently verve the entire
Jewish Community of South
Florida through Liihgow s
seven locations
All Religious
Rituals Observed
1501 1 West Dixie Highway
485 NE. 54th Street
3232 Coral Way
8080 S.W. 67th Avenue
17475 N W 27th Avenua
7200 N.W 2nd Avenue
1180 N Krome Avenue. Homestead
One telephone number reaches all Chapelr 757-5544
Harry W. Beyer, Fonerai Director 949-3133
a i..:.^ jj prayt r.
Heading H brew Objectives
and .\Uthuds." will be presented
oa Feb 21 by Louis Schwartzman.
executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Two teachem
Mrs. Hayah R\iuh of Temple
Hollywood, and Mrs. Shirley
Levin of Beth Torah Congregation
nstiate their approach.
Mrs. Oscar Schmerl-r. edu
i rUractw Of Tempi.- Sin..:,
rweod will preaent "Improve-
Techniques
Devices" on FV I 28 Mi m
methods' will be nVmonstrat.-d I
Mis. Meira Ron*-r of the Ir
nan Day School.
The new Bureau text "Arakhin:
abrea Thru Values." will be
introduced by one of its authors.
I>r Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau con-
sultant, on March 7. Mrs. Nily
Pane of Tempk> Mcnoruh and Mrs
Linda Law of Temple Israel will
demonstrate lessons from the new
text, of which Louis Schwartz i-
was trw- co-author.
Closing session of the Seminar .
will be March 14. when Her bail
2M Baracr, associate dtractoi .>f
the Bureau, will present "New
Mam for Bar Mitzvah and demon-
strations of methodology Will bl
nted by Cantor Irving Gold
of Temple Beth Shalom. Holly-
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Paqe 11-
Committee Formed
To Plan Fete For
Sen." Robert Shevin
Judge Frank Knuck and Charles
'.i.i.n.'-- have organized a Commu-
nity Appreciation Committee t>
make plans for a dinner at tbi
onl PJaza Hotel beginnin
p.m Saturday, March 15, honor-
'_ State Sen. Robert I Shevin.
Volunteering to serve as chair-
ni the committee to issue
tickets tn ail legislators wen S
Hollahan, Rep l [arold
< ..I Rep S i
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Mike l-'o\. former Miami Beach
police chief. lie in' Paugno and
i.!.! 1,11.' w ill be in chai ge
( i ummunltj tick i sak -
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0io:e iloois at Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach are Ar-
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Friday. February 14. 1SEJ I '

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUtPtT
Our Responsibilities
| Question
Box
By RABBI ABBA ABRA.MS
This Sabbath, w read the i>or-
tton dealing with "Shokalim"
v. hich marks the first of four pe-
dal Sabbaths that precede Pass-
DVer, the listival of freedom. It
deals with the giving of the half
shekel. "Everyone that passeth
among the numbered shall give the
offering of the Lord." All were to
rave an equal share in the building
(l the Tabernacle, none were ex-
empt.
Throughout the centuries the
i:a of the contribution of the
Shekel had the same pur|>ose,
/.amcly, "the upholding and pres-
rvation of a center which should
unite and hind all individual Jem
into one homogeneous whole to
nake them into one uniti'd na-
tion.*' As it required the partici-
lation of all Jews, it emphasized
the ideal of equality, the depend-
< nee of one upon the other and
tie resiwnsibility each one had to
help his brother.
Today, the Shekel calls for our
recognition of the needs of the
brethren in Israel. It reminds us
,: the Jews in our midst who need
OUT help and of the destitute Jews
in many lands. It tells us of their
dependency <>n us and of our de-
pendency on them. They need our
help and we need their successful
achievements of goals which will
bam 10 the benefit of Jewry and
i I mankind.
Today, the call of the Shekel is
the call of the Combined Jewish
Appeal. It is the call of Federation
for local needs. It is the call of the
i-rael Emergency Fund campaign
of 1969, so essential to secure the
1 ndations of Israel and the very
structure of Jewish renaissance. It
\ is also the call of the LJA for res-
cue and rehabilitation.
The giving of the Shekel takes
place in the month of Ariar which
begin* next Tuesday. It is the
month in which Queen Esther and
Mordecai led a unitt d Jewry to
! overcome the wicked Hainan who
gave King Ahasueroth 10.000 she-
kalim to order the instruction of
the J< wish people. It is the month
in which we. too. can enable the
l< aders of Israel to overcome Nas-
M r and those who encourage him
: to make war upon our people.
Others may betray Israel but
| the Jewish people can be relied
| on to stand by Israel. We will be
forever true to our brethren to
help them and to cooperate with
them. Our solidarity, our unity and
our identification is for the re-
alization of our mutual destiny as
envisioned by our prophets.
Israel must live and can live
through the united eoo|>erative ef-
fort of all our people. We must
give our portion but we also have
the responsibility to see to it that
our fellow-men give their portion
too.
Let the principle of Shekalim
unite us all for the preservation of
our people and the establishment
. of Israel as a land from which
, shall come forth law and order.
' justice, brotherhood and peace for
all mankind.
Thu pt%r u /"rpdrrd m
coofrrdii. n u-.tl\ Mm Greater
Miami RdDDimcsl A
Coordinator 0/ the features
appearing '.ere it
DR MAX UPSCHITZ
..'. Ltuder of
B(T1! I IRAN CONORBGATIOM
N' 1 Ml \Hi B: \rn
Israel's Exports To
Canada Close Gap
TEX AVIV iJTA~ Israel's ex-
ports to Canada are increasing at
a rapid pace and are expected to
exceed imports from that country
by the end of the year, it was an-
nounce 1! here this week. Canadian-
Israel trade figures were rrleas. d
at a reception neld by the Ism I-
; Canadian Chamber of Comn
for J. H. Suggit. new Canadian
commercial attache in Israel.
By K A it Hi SAMt F.I. J. FOX
Why in the lirid>' family ah-
l^.ited to make the wedding
feast?
1
Some sources derive this from
the incident in the Bible whin
Laban. the brother of the bride
1 1 Rachel 1. made the wedding feast
(Genesis 29:22).
It is interesting to note, how-
ever, that many sources in Jewish
Law Set m to point to the fact
that it was the obligation of the
groom's family to make the wed-
ding fi ast iShulchan Aruch Kl>cn
Ha-ezer 64: Talmud Bavli. Ketu-
vot 4b 1.
Some explain that the Halachic
custom changed because there was
a change in the time schedule of
; weddings in general. Originally, a
I wedding was a matter of two
events sometimes as much as six
months or even a year apart. At
1 such times, the initial ceremony
called "Krusin" (when the ring is
given" took place in the home of
1 the bride's parents while the final
ceremony, called "N'suin" (Chu-
pahi. took place in the groom's
home. Since these two ceremonies
I were combined, the bride's parents
have the obligation of providing
the wedding feast as they did for
the first ceremony in olden times.
Why is it eaatssaary in sseas
Jewish communities for the
father of the bride to support
the couple for a H|N-ifl-d period
; of time (usually a year)?
This support was often called
: "Kest." It is known to have been
1 done to allow the groom to ipend
the y ised to earn a living fur liim-
Selt .Ul'i hlS ill 1'1'V
Tlv- Zohar (D 277b)
alludes to (he assumption that this
prai nay be based in part u
the ancient Biblical commandment
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Mishpatim
Moses instructs the Israelites in the divine Law.
'And he took the book of the covenant. sad read hi the
hearing of the people: and they said: All that the Lord hath
spoken w.ll we do, and obey" (Exod 24.71
MISHPATIM The laws that Moses submitted t> the
children of Israel after they hail heard the Ten Commandjv.
dealt with the following subjects:
The Hebrew servant; murder, filial aggression snd blasphemy
kidnaping: criminal assault, maiming of 8 servant; the butting
bull: accidents and damages; theft; propertj daroagBj; watch-
men: seduction: proa the orphaned and the widowed
lending and borrowing; (he lanctifieatlon ol God and man: re-
lations with the enemy: the Sabbatical yeai t Sabbath: tb
three pilgrim festivals; Idolatry
This portion concludes with the renewal "f the covenant arMi
Go-i. The children <>; Israel accepted the cnianaiil with the
words: "All that the Lord hath ipoken will we do and obey"
lExodua 24.7i Moses then ascended Mount Sine! t" receive tin.-
tablets of the Law.
This recounting of the Week.y Perflc.: of the Law is extracted
nd bated upon "The Graphic History of tha Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15 Publisher is ShengoW. and tha
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5. NY. President
of tha society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlane.
that provided for a new groom to
be exempt from military service
for the first year of his marriage
as well as from other responsibili-
ties, so that he could free to
rejoice for the tirst twelve months
with his new bride (Deuteronomy
24:5'. In this case, ol course, the
emphasis is upon making every
rfnffftVr* opportunity for the couple
to be together as much as possible
during the first year of their mar-
riage.
Why doe* the groom sit at the
head of the table at the wedding
fens! '.'
The Talmud iMo'ed Katan 28bl
derives this from tin- paraUeUsm
which exists between a groom and
a priest in accordance with the
words f tin prophet who declared,
.\s a bridegroom putti th on a
1 rk stly dia.ii n 1 Isaiah 61 101
Jusi as the priest is ,re-
MIAMI
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr. 1
a
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Cc nservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BE-H AM (TEMPLEj 5950 N. Ken.
call Dr S Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
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i .v i, p m aaturda) I in Mlncha
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph G. *
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
l*i iit.-i> p m s.i lurda j
Mitzval | Mr
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. RatE. Ralph
Carmi Cantor David Sherman 14
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TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
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Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Fi 'i.'\ |i in iiueal Spi ...- r; A
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ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wan-
nun. 16
ly i l- Shabbal I run in on
thi -in rri I Prayers d (reaja-
tlonal and Peraonal T.'-::1- <.r
Hum.- Saturday morntna li.,r Mitt-
van I -in ni Mr and .vn -
Kilu.i! vv > man.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Aleander S
Gross. 25
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Er.gei 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rahbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Se 27
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MENORAH (TEMPLEi 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed-
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19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 33
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MIAMI 990 NE ,r s, orthodox
Raobi Naftah Pcrush 39
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
ml.iv >.l.'i |i m Sermon 'l-i' Ar.
BhaenUal For Freedom." Followed bj
f nast Hhabbal Saturday | ffi .i m
Kermi'ii The I'nniue Saulmlh (
i.lim Id |i m The Portion ol
e* laaii I p m -v-;iit,i 1 ..1
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hinkaa S
Friday I I p.m fltjesn Speaker; Harrj
Kiml-all Tople: larasal and Iraq Fol-
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthdox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
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Rabbi Berel Wein 18
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
Frtdnj '. i". p.m Balurdaj la am
Sermon: "Juatlce, Charity ana i..,w
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
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V
B'NAI SHOLOM (TEMPLEI 275 NW
1tth St. Conservative. Rabbl Abra-
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ISRAEL ITSMPLti Ol- GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
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VI li J
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Lcuia Cohen. 12
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
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David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. 21
Frlda) : p gg s. > pjn |
tm .- in i,-m in New fork" Satur-
day '" IS .i in
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Orthc
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rat-oi Dow. Rotencwa.g. 23
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EMAN'J-EL (TEMPLE). 170' Wash-
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E Kirahblum. Cantor Zvl
Adler 2*
Si ronn.
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Hall
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetret
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1025'
N E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
Frlda) I r, p.m Beranon: 'The Man-
H^ "f Leadership." Inatallallon "f
new nffi.i- ,.f the Tempi. Batttrday
8:45 11 m Junior Services in Foutfa
I 'III. r al 1" ;, in
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitr. Cantor Jacob Renzer 34
rr b tn and IS |. m Rabbl M< n s a.....Iblatl s. mon:
Do A'i ..I Re Bvaluatii 11 "i
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COfiAl GABLES
JUCEA (TEMPLE 5500 Granada
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prr ^
Fi p m Gu< t: Harold J
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ZAMORA ITEMPU, 44Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
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s-m..,, -Th. Shekel .," m.Z-
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Bhabhat. S.,iur.l:.v i '"*
EMANU-.L. 180* i. Andrew, Ave.
front, so should the bridegroom bt
up front. 1
The Medieval Talmud onimon-
tator, Mi-naht 111 Me'iri Ketuvot
Tin i lnims that this practice camr
from eon:|'in iris* the hrifh-jjnKim to
tho moumor. Ttn- mourner ht put
lip front so that he can con-
oted in his unhappy moment. The
general ides i. trun. that there Js
an obUgation on tho iart of th<
omiiiunity to share the ^rief of
1 very member ol the community
ithereb) e html anri ti
share the Joy oi < very m'-'ilher Of
the community 1 thereby making
his )o> ven cm ati r '
CANDlEUGHflNG TIME
26 SHEVAT 5:53
Reform Part orha-d IV Lev-
Cantor Jerc e KieaaearS
HAIUNOALI
e
HALLANDALE .EAUSH CENTER
US N E. F -it
HOlu'wOOO
BETH EL iTEMPLE(. S :th Ave
Relor-n P.,i i SaillBel J**+r 4.
i >. i \ ...
BETH SHALOM* TfWPLfv 1TT1
Monroe St Conservative. Rai I
Morton Malsvsky Cantor Irv -
Gold. 4.
SINAI iTEVP.E -^01 Johnson St
Conservative Ratbi David Shapirc
Cantor Yehudan Heilbraon. 4,
MMAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE 3500 SW 69th
Way. Conservative
e
0MPAM0 >EACN
SHOLOM (TEMPLE 132 SE 'th Av.
Conservative Rabbi Morns A. Skop
Cantor Michael Frederick 4
' i in .-. rmnn l. re H- ..:
Followed i
K" ahbai hoe led I vir and Mn Bid
ward Tnpat f,
A""', raorj Katarda] m. s. i
OB 1.....p| .
SURfSaM
MGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
213 Harding Ave.. Surf. Tow
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
K
CYUL
Vr
I >ur.
BETH M O S H E CONGREGATION
13600 w Dixie Hwy Conservative.
Rahbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenhaum. 35
v ^ IS p. I Ben 1.. v ..I
I'*1 I bj .....| Shnl.hnt
irdnj i ,.iii purtli n ..I
, B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd S
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lsrner. 34
SINAI (TEMPLI) of NORTH DACE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley 37
IS |i in .u. .-, 1 ,. 1 i)r '
MHfW Jclevision J-rocjrat
Feb 16 a, ,o. 9 :m am Th,, J(>w sh u.urshi
Host Rabbi Richard It Levlton
rempie Emanu-a, Ft |
l",,1 h-''" r Wajn-TheSI
Host Rabbl Solomon Schifl
Beth 1-1 % Combined Jewish Appeal l>raaj Eq
Fund rrh. iH-o, -.- 10 10 11 Man to ,
Topic: Tolerance Plus
.
^mxnk Rabbl Joseph H Nar1
^emp'- ..dnrjUvid
hi. ft i l)r ,,,
i-ncy


Friday. February 7, 1969
i-Jenis* FJrridU&r
Paqe 13-C
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

e. *
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
NO*rtHTi&T,ON
DARI BNB H'.\\ KI.I.
Plaintiff,
ra
BE AIM. 0 H' >W ELL
Defendant,
VOI BEARL O. HOWBLL, r.--
dance unknown Are required to file
your atiewer to il......mplatnt for
divorce itii the clerk of the above
court and aerve a copy thereof upoi
HERMAN COHEN, ESQ., 1110-11
Congress Hide Miami, Florida on or
before March IT, LM 01 else com-
pi.iini will be taken aa i onfeM
DATED February 7th IM '.
B B LEATHERM v^
Ciei i- of ili- Circuit Court
B] S A IIKWKTT
Datwt) Clei k
1/14-11-28
i .1
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Wodonos (center) receiving the Life
Partnership Award of the Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, educa-
tional organization of the Lubavitcher movement, at the
organization's annual dinner. Morton Mayberg (left) pre-
sents the award, while Irving Bunim (at extreme right)
looks on.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
I the undersigned, desiring i" encase
, In bualneaa under the fictitious name
,,f COUNTRY |.in FORMAL WEAR
doing business at the following ad-
dressei Perrlne Bhopprag < i
weslcbester Mall Intend! to register
.-.i:.i iwmr with tin* Clerk '>f the Cir-
cuit Curt of Dade County, Florida
COUNTRY i'UH MBN'8
u EAR, INC
Hv BMANl'EL mi:i ER, Pros
: 14-21-28 1/1
.inda Shapiro Is
iward Recipient
Linda Shapiro, daughter of Mr.
U Mrs. Le Shapiro, 6471 sw
d St., and a Miami Coral Park
;h s.-hiK)l uophomore, became
stcoiid win-
ul the Mau-
jfoung Me-
ial Youth
ant. given
the Miami
h Kxueu-
Club. an
d consist-
f a $25 U.S.
ings Bond
the "IT
. She was Uaaa Shagira
t to tlM
tlon of the club by Mori Pre-
program chairman.
iida has accumulated an im-
ive number of awards for her
scholastic and artistic en-
irs, and is deserving of our
Award of Kxcollence'." said the |
new president of the Miami Beach
Qatctitives, Dr. Michael Sossin, in
iiaaki'K 'he presentation.
Jjruia has had many of her
ils publithed and has won the
prt Frost Memorial Poetry
ird. A winner ot the D.A.K.
iy Contest and the Dairy Coun-
lerit Awanl. she also took top
>rs in a recent regional Ser-
gftta contest
-winy
aivii
Four Appointed To
Top US. Post Office
Positions By Nixon
Postmaster K. M. Dunlap has
announced the npiwinttrtent by
President Richard M. Nixon of
three business executive! and a
Cleveland attorney to serve in top
poaitiom in the Post Office De-
partment under the direction of
Postmaster General Winton M.
Hlount. John L. O'Marra. Assist-
ant Postmaster Genera! for the
i Bureau of Facilities, will retain
his post under the new Adminis-
tration.
The appointees Include a Deputy
' Postmaster General, who is the
| No. 2 ranking executive in the
I Postal Service, two Assistant Post-
I masters General anil the General
| Counsel. Kxcept for Postmaster
General Blount. these are the first
I top level appointments announced
in the Department.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thjit
lit virtue "f Chapter 178 "f Florida
atatutaa Annotated (1M1>, Wan
houaemen and Warehouse Receipts,
Therein ABE VAN LINES a Florida
corporation by virtue of Ita warehouse
lien haa In Ita posaeaslon the follow-
ing daacrlbed property:
is. ,i Houaehnid goodi aa the proper!]
of i \MKS KIM EH whose laal known
addraaa waa SSto a \n I rd Couti
Miami, Florida and thai on the Ith
da) ..f March, IMS durtng 'he legal
hours of sale, mainl) between H ""
forenoon and OS In the afternoon at
1131 N W Mth Avenue, Miami, Florida,
the undersigned ahall offer for aale
i, the highest bidder for rash In hand
the above daacrlbed property of
JAMES KIMES
Dated :it Miami. Florida, thli .in
, day "f February, IMs
-' 11 -'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
S'JIT TOM DiVtmCE
T A V HA I
M II.1.1 \.M HALDANE
TO W i i.i.i \M HAUDANE
;i i ,i
Ashland Maaaai hu-> i -
1 u WILLIAM II.W.l'..
. .i thai .i BUI i
plalnl for Dlvon a haa bi en filed
againat *u and you are required u
nerve a opj i>f your Ai i >'
: ing i" the Bill of d mplalnl oi thi
Plaintiff attorn, y, CAIDLV ROTH-
BNUBRU, KOOA.N *.- KOKNBLIM
17166 N E llh Avenue North Miami
Beach Florida 13162 and file the
..i iglnal Answ r "i Pleading In the
..ii.....i tl .- Clerk of tin Clr< uit Court
on or belore tne I7lh day "i March,
i .... ii ...u i.hi to do ao, Judgment by
defaull will be taken againat you foi
the rellel denial ded In the Kill ol
Complaint
,..i.\r. AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida t in?- 10th da) "i Fabruarj
All i
K I! LEATHERM V- 'lark,
i 'Ircuil '"in i I '.I'll Cou.it: t loi iM.i
U) K M IX MAN
Deputy Clerk
ci 'ir. uu i 'ourt seal i
i AIM.V KOTHENBERQ KOOAN
& KORNBLCM
iTi'.., N E. isth Avenue
Soi id Miami Bea< h, Floi
ii is:i
\ ii ne) s f..r Plaintiff
I/M-Sl-28 T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
iNo 68 4u,i
saiT FOR flfORCE
fefl fJ\M -Tin 't
pia
1 '. TH
11.'
r- i MAK\ I'LI I>B SMITH
I ..i-! kn" ti i ald<
'< i >"ii' Ii Madlsnn
I iua la w
You. MAi'.'i CLYDE SMITH arn
hereb) fled thai a BUI of <
plalnl for D been I i
,i >,iu. and you ire required
ipj of your Answer >r
Pleadii > "' B n of 'omplatnl i
rtffa attorne) A LBERT
UIIKNSKV M ll> Hi.- uni' Bldgj
i W Flagler St M im Ftorlds I
file th< original Am a i or Pleadn i
the offli "f he "lei k of the >'i" u '
I i'i.ui' "ii or before the -Mli da] '
Pebru ir) I i If ^ "U f.i'l to iuiIuti i) lei against yog foi the relief deuia I
In Hi- Bill of Complaint
Thi- notice ahall be published
h .k fur four i onsi utl>
in Tin: .IK". ISH Fl iRIDIAN
DONE \M' ORDERED at M
k ,i thli -' da) of Januar) I I
E LE tTHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Da ly. Florida
B) K M I.Y.MAN
Denul > ''11- r K
"tr in' iui' Beal i
M BERT w KNSKY
Intlff
i M-J1 J/7-lt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned. drsirniK t'i engage
In busine under the fictitious name
,,f ECONOMIC TRAVEL A8BOCIA-
TION ai !"'" N B Wth Street, Miami
Florida Intends to register said name
with the cierk "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Klrida.
\ \.ATU>N VARIETIES, INC.
HOWARD It HIKSCH
Attorne) f"r
VACATION VARIETIES. INC
I 14-tl-M 3/7
KAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
723S IKCAYNE IIVD., MIAMI
Health fftrv Nsfrifiou ona
Cs-Ordisftd Therssssfici
Central Dugnom and X-Ray
General Phytieal Therapy
Including Correctional Colon
Thtrapy Laboratory Analyaia
Specific Nutrition
1)R <; r KIIFU.INK. Ulrector
Hsruropathlc Phyalclas
ft eppeiafmeaf phase 757-719*
-
Low Cost Insurance
Serving Dade County
Since 1954
RirilARII B.
ISICI.MII
STATE FARM INSURANCE
MO 1-4213
7211 S.W58thAVE.
South Miami
V.. Theodore Klasson of Con way.
Mass.. was nanie master General. Mr. Klassen is the
American Can Co.'s president anil
chief oiH-ratitiK officer, as well as a
director of the company.
Named Assistant Postmaster
General for the Bureau of Finance
and Administration was James
Ward Hargrove of Houston. Tex..
who is a senior visa president and
a member of the board of directors
of the Texas Eastern Transmission
Corp.
The Assistant Postmaster Gen-
eral for the Bureau of Personnel
is Kenneth Alfred Housman of
New Canaan Conn., who is man-
ager, public affairs for I'nion Car-
bide Corp.
Named General Counsel, the top
tagsl position in the Department,
was David Aldri.h Nelson. Cleve-
land. Ohio, an attorney who re-
, ived ins i.i.b. degree cum laude
n Harvard I.aw School in 1958.
A partner In the firm of Squire,
Sanders and Dempse\. Mr. Nelson
previously lerved as an attorney
in the office of tin' General Coun-
sel in the I'.S. Air Force.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ltKHKHY GIVEN that
Ihe ui.il-'r-.iiciit-l. de.lrlns to *
in bulne.ss unrler Ihe fii'titimiM nme
Of ROGERS TAVERN' at IS5S N E
l3r<1 Street. N Miami Iten-h in-
tend 10 relter aaM nnmr with the
Clerk nf ih' Circuit Court of Dade
I'ounty. FI'Tiila
Mi IRRI8 OOROt >N and
PB xltl. 'Ii HIM IN, his wife
KES8I BR. MASSEV ft
BRCKRRMAN
MTiii-n.'vs fur Applicants
!". Blltmore W'a) Coral Oablei
1 14-11 -^i ^/T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBT OIA'EN that
ilir nnderalgned, desiring to engagi
.n bualneaa under the flctltioua nm-'
of CA8CH ASSOCIATES at 777
n \v 7lnd Avenue, Miami Intend to
reglater laid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
V UliTS A CAP1 AN
Rl'TH SCHWEITZER
2 14-Xl-M /-
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned desiring engage
in bualneaa under Ihi- flctltioua name
of KKX PI '!:il>.\ OARDEN al
s \\ 'ih sir.,- Miami, Kin lntend
I,, regtatei aald ime with the Clerk
of ihe I'iriuii Court of Dad* County,
Khiri-l.i
l.v Dl vml:l \. INC
1 14-21-38 1/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Op THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. W-2314
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
LAl'RIE JEAN RtKJERS, aleo known
;.> I_\l RIB JEAN LAW Si IN.
Plaintiff
.
ROBERT MORRIS LAWSON
l kefendaat
To ROBERT MORRIS LAWSON
41 River Road
i 'romw ell, 'onneel i< ui
You. RiiltKRT MtlRRIS I \\V.~"V.
i- hereb) notified thai BUI "i Com-
plain! for Annulment haa been filed
agafuat you, and you ui>* rsQUlred to
aerve cop) of your Answer or Plead-
I nig to the Hill of Coraplalnl on ihe
PlalntlfTa attorney, i-avv OFFICES
OP MAX P BNGEU 17n" N.W. 7ih
street Miami. Florida, Telephone
Mi -"-'" and file tl.....riglnal Answer
or Pleading In the office if the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
Slsl da) of March, IM if you fall i"
do ao, Judgment h> default will be
taken againat you for ih. relief de-
manded in Ihe Kill of t'omplaint
Thi-. notice shall *>e pubUahed once
each we.-k for four ronaecutlve weeka
in THE JEWISH PI/>!UIMAN.
DONE AM> ullDKKKD at Miami.
Florida, thl> 7ih day of February A l>.
1S.
E I LEATHERM AN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade <-ointy. Florida
B) N A. HBWBTT
Deputy Clerk
ii ir.-uit C-KH-t Seal>
LAW DEFIES OK MAX P END EL
.'." N W 7th Street
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
^/M-:i-:n 3 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 61-80
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIA CEORGINA VEGA,
M \i:i.v OBOROINA VEGA,
Plali
* -
Mill' \s VEi: v
11. rendanl
TO NICHOLAS v EG \
Renldeni unknow i
Vou NICHl 'I A8 VE<
i titled thai .i BUI
f,,r Divori I'.en fih
and you are required i
i.f \liur Answer or
Hill of Complal i
attorne) jack .i
!-i Btreet, Miami.
the original Ana ei j
office of the ci.-rk of
I A,
of
II'.- I
i 'omplalar
i against >'*u
-.r\ a i opy
Pleading to th-
,, ihe Plaim ff <
w EISS, M4 8 W
Florida, and riles
,i pleading in thu
i, Ul- Court
r before the 17th da) of March.
if vou fall i" do ao, judgment
bj defaull "in he taken againat yu
f.,r the relief demanded in the uut
of Complaint
This, notice shall be published 'mn
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH PliORITHAN
DONE \N1' I'Rl'EREO at Miami.
Florida thi- hth day "f February.
a n iws
K. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Curt. Ide Caunty, Florida.
|l> N A H BW ETT
Deputy Clerk
fClrcuit Court Seal!
JACK J WEISS
sM S W" l.-I Street
Miami. Florida SS1S0
Attorney fr Plaintiff
14-21-M 3/T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HBREBT OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in bualneaa under Ihe flctltioua name
,,f CNIVER8ITY LABORATORY at
en s Dixie Hlgl i). Coral Gabli
Kla Intends to reglatei said name
with Hie ci.rK of the Circuit Court
of l>ade County, Florida
lK HERBERT A WERTHEIM
MAI COLM H FRIEDMAN
Attorne) for Applicant
::::! s E lal St Miami
I f*14*Zl-S8
GORDON ROOFING
: AND SHEET METAl
WORKS, INC.
r 1450 N.W. 21st STREET
Phone 633-4990
live your roof repaired now;
you will live on a new
roof later
i "SstUf actory Work by
Experienced AAen"
r
The Ideal Gifts
for BirfMoys Annh/ersaries Holidays
A MAIL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
Jewish Daily Forward
fa ht 72ne Tear of fualicetio*
ipT fi mm irwi pacn *T-Nwm
1 Year (Daily o*s Saasay) $30.00, Sunsluy enly $1 2.00
* Msutkt (Daily ess Sassay) ,1 6.00
Mm MAIL SUBSCHPTtOHS WKITt:
DEPT. 30, JEWISH DAILY FORWARD
175 East Iroadway, New Tot*. N. Y. 10003
Wfll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82223-C
'n RE Batata of
IDA i;ai."\\ itz
lie, ...1-e.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pereont Hav-
ing Claluia or I'ltnaiolv Airalnst Said
State
v-.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) clalsss and da-
nanda which vou ma) hare arainat
the .-state of IDA i:\Iii\vitz de
e.i late of Dade County, Florida, to
(lie County JudRes of llade CouMtv
and file ih. aanie In duplicate and aa
provided In Section 733 16, Florida
StatuteM In their offlcea In th>- County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
uithin -i\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hen
or tro- aaine vx ill barred
Dated Miami, Florida, thla r.ih
da) Of K.l.ru.ll \ All l'.o.
Mi IRRIS OAU 'VVITZ
a- Executor
K'rst nuhlli atlon of this notice on
the 14th da) of February, ISSJ
FROMBBRO. FROMHERO A i:< >TH
I VNN W FROMBERO,
i if Counsel
Attorney* for Executor
m io: n i) Bidg .
Miami, Florida
S/14-I1-2I -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69-2316
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Wi'.l IK SMITH.
1" ..iliff.
\ -
i:i I \ MAE SMITH,
I lefeli.l.int
Tl I MRS El I \ MAR SMITH
i. me I 'nknou n
Vim 1:1 l A MAI-: SMITH ;t- lore
b) fled that Bill of Complaint
for Dlvoros has he.-it filed against
you, and you sre required aerve
a oou) of i in \ iswer or Pleading
to Ho- BUI "f Complaint on 'he
PtainOffa attorney, law OFFICES
OF MAX P ENOBL, 17041 NW Tlh
Street Miami, Florida Telephone
._" and file ii il Vn-M at
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
4 ,, fthe Circuit Court on or before Ine
4 tial day of March, I96S If you fall
4 io do s.i iiiokiii. i h\ defaull will be
4JtHken agailnal you for th relief de-
4j| mamled lii the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
e:i. h u.ek for tfUT eon sec U11 \ e weeks
in TUB JEWISH I'l OHIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
K'-.-nln. thix Tlh dav of February AD.
l'o'.'i
E H LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Iad# County, Klorida
B) N A HBWBTT
Deputy Clerk
tCirvuit Court Seal)
l.AW(FKICK-s UK
MAX P BNOBL
17o N W 7th Street
Miami. I'lornl..
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/14-JI-33 3/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AN0 FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82168-A
In RE: Estate of
Mi HUUS ALPBRT
'" "notice to creditors
To All Creditors and All Persoi Hav-
ing Claim* oi Di mai di Against .->- i
'Vou ate h.r.i.v notified and required
to preaent an) clalma .i".i demaii la
ahi. ii you "> have againat the -
,.,,.. ,,f MI>RKIS ALPBRT deceaa; I
'ounty, Florida, to m-
,.i Dade I 'ount) an i
, duplicate and aa pro
16 Fl.....i.i Sta-
in ihe County
Courthouae m I County, Florida,
within sis calendar montha from th-
time "f the flrat publli ation hereof, ir
the sain.- "ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thli '.a
da) ol Fell A I' l6S
BVEI > N m ssi'.aim
KITH MBRRITT
ri utERT /.am: ai.i'i:i:t
As K\,, n
r ral publli atlon of thla notli
the 14th da) of Pebruary, l'"."
SPARBER \M' R' 'SKIN
PRI iKKSSh i\ \ i. ASSi ICIATION
ttorne) for ExecUli>ra
mi Noi ih D Hvd.
"'" I/M-J1-MJ.T
l.ll. of Dade
i '. -Ull I > Judge*
file the name i
\ III, il iii Secll
tUtl s. 1 n then
n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 69-2434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAI'L PEREZ
P
ROSA CRI 7. G VRC1 \ PEREZ,
CKl'Z QARCIA PEREZ
4 2nd \' ii-
Newwark Neu Jersey ,,,._
Vou ROSA CRI Z UARl IA I'hltKZ
,,.. hen !' notll .-.i that -i HI i ol
Complaint f>r IMvon haa l. n Hied
,i .nisi vou. and you are required
i,. ., r^.- a op) of your ^nawi I
llm to the BUI "f Complaint on
ii,.. pialntiff'a attorney, jack J
kiss sit B.W lal Street, Miami
Florida 1130 and file the original
v,isu. r P radlng In the fflce of
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before ihe toth day of March, I9SJ '
you fall io do so. Judgment by default
will he taken against vou for th. re-
lief demanded iii the Mill of Complaint
This notl.e shall he iMihlishe.l on. -
each a-eek for four conaecutlve weeks
In THB JKtt ISH Kl.' >ltlf>lAN
DONE ANU ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this li'th day f Kebruary
All If
K it LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
IH C P OiPKUNIi
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
JACK J WK.1SS
H44 S.W 1st Street
Miami. Florida 3313
Attorney for Plaintiff /M g ,


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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC- It
F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCER/
. No. tt-1740
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M;. :| i: M. >\ K
I
I1ERT M< >'
IK iBE :' Mi >\ i:
-.
V|u*i
i -
Pomp
Ul
i \it..i... St'll
:ry ft < "H tt \ in/, m i
-.
i m. ii .

...ii he i 'In uii i 'aw
a full in .1.. fin iudirmi
n I..i- i you 1 -
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-1680
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KI.I..V RIKTK
Plaintiff
v* BRNElt i: RIBCK
11. fondant
1 WERNER E RIEi K
* -. Barney UuklI. *
;'" Eastern
it. in.ii Harbor. Ml. '
i-ti. WERNER R RIBCK.are here,
hi notified thai ii Pill ..i Complain!
i..r Dreoree hai tssaa Mad again*!
>oa -mil y..ii are r. .iuii. .1 to -
. apj of v ur Answer ..r Pleading to
Hie mil .if I'nmpuiint ..ii the Plaintiff -
fforney RAY A MUNSON, Sun.-
.*. linrrnlmm 1 tuitiliiir. Miami Kl.-r-
nhi M13I :>ml me the orhrlnal An-
r*l Pleading in ih.- office ..f
I'rt ..I ih. I'ir.-uii i'.-uiI .n ,,t before
: h daj of March I99 l( >..u
ill i" '. so, nrfhrmeni by ilefauli uin
-i you f..r ih.. relief
.i.-mnri.lMl in fhi Bill of Complalnl
Ttli* null.. -h;.l! he iiul.lli-hfil
. Ii m .-.'< f.-r f.-ur consecutive wi
i THE JEWfSH I'l.i iRfl >l \ V
BOrTE AND ORDERED at M in
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 69 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
- M ISRIKKIN
1 HIS I.- ll'ISE 1JR1PPIX
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LEGAL NOTICfc
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY
Nt. 69-?1?0
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
III >l!l V PARKER.
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Tti JAMES DAVID PARK
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I AMES DAVID I'M.KI
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NOTICF OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPFRTV i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JtOlfi*1 i-iorniT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-2157
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
Xi iRBERTti Ml.VI. \|.\ IHEZ
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Y. .1 ARE HEREBY VltTIKIED
.in action f..r- Divorce has I Ii .1
acninal > "ii and yon an reoiilred to
-..v. ,i copy of roar wrlttei defonae*
" any. ii on SCHWARTZ A
si'iuvaiitz attorneys f..r plaintiff.
adVtres* in nil Reylsild Building
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."ul fiii- the nrtarinal with lh<
..f ih- ni..i... atyled mvii '-.i <<> i>. -
fore March 11th. I*H; ntherwlai
juilum. in m, \ be enti I you
f..r ihi- ri-lii-f li.-m iii.l.-.l In ih. -
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TMa ii.-ii. shall hi imlilinhi -i
each \- i-i-k for t- u. .- <. k-
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICI
Friday. February 14 1963
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'K Is HEREBY tID EX Ii .it
l|... Ul"I. IMKUi d. il
II- II ill I lltloU
oi NORMANDY i|.i:\vi:i:s t, I.AIX-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCER-v
No 68-19595
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ri ISE SH \ I i!;i EPSTEIN
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in ih. pill ,.f Complainl
Tl -I'.iil be publlsl
li week f,-r f.'in conseciltlvi
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All
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 81883-B
li BE i :-!.,i. i i
MYRON XEWMAX
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Paruon* Hhv
iiiu- Clnima or l>.n\:m.l> Aaiii.-i s.-.i
Estate
You are hereby notified and rmiuin-d
i.. preneni any claims and ilenuti '-
which > "u may hays Mtainsl thi
late ol MYJti >.v XEWMAX .1.....I
Hade Connor, Florida, to tho
PoUiit) .Iu.Ik.-i- ..f node Count) i
file thi same In duplicate and aa
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tutes, ii. their nfflcf in th County
I'ourllioUM in I'.i.h- f.-uiiiy. I'lorldd
althln -i\ calendar monlns from the
lime "f the firi publication hen
or Ihe same .vill be barred
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HUH VHD l: HIRSCH
Exectflrix
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80991-B
In RE E
HAMCEi. Si HOEXBAI M
.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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pice 18 hereby uivmx
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80763 B
In UK Estate !
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 81781-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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MAX \ rjoj i.i'app
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 81*08 B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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which you ma) h.i\. attains! ihe es-
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NOTICE B PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ElEVENTH .'I'DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COLN' ,N CHANCERY
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in husiness un'l'.r tin- fk'fltlous ami
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Xi iTICK IS HBREID HIV l.v
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MHDK'AL i'KVTKP. Vllon
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teudx to i. rtsier said name a IHi ) -
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County. Florida
IIEKIATRICS SERVICE COMPI EX
POfNDATfON INC
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AN" FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69- 1106
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI'
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 69-1012
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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SLIT FOR DIVORCE
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Paqe 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HKHKHX i;i\'EN thai
ill, underelgni >l. dealrlna to eng
i i u mder thi fk'tll i"ii'- uami
. i SKY I 1KB VMM \l, HORPI1 A I.
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tiT.uii Court nf Dad< i'"uiiii Florida, i
NEIL tenzer, i> \ \i
MATTHEWS, MANPINA *. MP8KT
Attorneya for Appli. ant
i.: \ i: 7th S'i
Ml mil, Florida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. #9-158(1
3UIT FOR DIVORCE
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Plaintiff,
JKAXF7TTH WOOD
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to jKANvrra wo n
m n itti .- i i.
Ilrooklyn, Steal fork
Y.>u JEANBTTE \\'H)|i .,r. here.
h notified Hint a Itlll "' Complaint
Divorce haa been filed agamat i
. n and you are r,i|Uir. .1 to -. >. .
,,,|>j of vi.ui A newer or Pleading lo
lh, IIHI of Complaint nn the plain! "
\ \. bur E Mu" K-.iuji.
... I oui- A Mini....... Mfr.-.l
I dul'onl Huildlna. Miami. Florida
. Ii lh< imnal Anna er ..i I'l. ,nl
Ini; n lh< .....I the lei I "f the .
i'ii. ii Court . t Marrk, IMS if | ne Ml do ao,
udgment hj .l.iauli will be taken
-i m.ii for the reiii-f demanded
In the Mill "f nnn.'
Thr- notice -hall he published nnc
. ieh week fur fnur i u v. tfeeka
In THH JEWISH FfjOHIDI \ N
i-ivk AND ORDERED at Miami,
K1orlda, thi- :?th day of .lununry.
A l>
H M I.EA WMUIAN rierk.
I'ir.uii Court Mad* Count) Florida
My < p iiiiT:i_\vn.
I ii nuty i 'lent
(I 'ir. un Court Sral)
SIS'CI XIK. Lol'IK HITTOE
\ if red I duPont Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 Si S/T-14-11
NOTICE UNO**
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
suTlCE IS HBRBBT OIVBN that
I the undersigned. illnn to en(tHe in
pualneaa under the fictitious name of
I.F.FF Iftol'BHTIBtl at 7XI X K.-ii-
Ldull Drive. Miami Intend* to riti"'"
Isald name with tha Clerk of the <"ir-
irUit Court of Mini,- county, Florida
SAMUEL J A MICHAEL IJCFF
1* 4-31 1/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. gg-MO
NOTICE OF UIT
JOSEPH MAHHI'X and
M-MtlB MAROl'N. hi* wife
Plaiotlffa
va.
PRANK OIBSON and
MAHIJC KITH C.IH.SON. his wife
Itefendanta
LTU KHANK C.IHSOS- und
M A.MI.K Kl'TH (1IIWW.
hie wife ; Fanny to* Front Street or Avenue
MM in. North Carolina
You aee HBRBBT NOTIFIED that
an action to fnrecloee an Agreement
I for I toe* by JOSEPH MAROUN. and
MAI :1k MAROl'N on the follow, lag
proawrta in IHid.' County. Morlda.
"ilnl'll in llloek ?5.of FIRST A MHI-
TION TO ttCTWlMUl UAKB,
aororoMlf '> the Plat thereof, re-
...rded In flat H,oK IT. at Pae
l,( of the IMhllr ItarnnlM of M.i'l.
i-ouniy Flon.lH. tngathar with
the im|ro\ eniini- ihiron*oi
iv,..ti fiie.i asmtfial >oU and v..u
rrqain-d to nerve .i copy .( v.""r
[written defanaaa. if any, on J08KPH
)l VOIINO, Attornr> for the I'l.no -
iiff who-, addraai ITS Bllttnore
Way SBlta "W. 'oral Cilil.-. I'l"
I rida 111:14. and flh- the orlalnal with
(the Clerk < 'he ahore siyl.-n curt
.. or liaffirr the Itli 'lay nl Mir. n.
otherwlat ju-ianieiii may be
nt.-reil acainal you fur the relief Bo.
ni.imle'l in the rnni|il.iiiit < m-titlon.
WITNKSS mi liaml and aoal 01 -ml
I Court on 'he ;7th ihiy of .l;mu.iry.
19<9.
K II I.KVTMI-.ltM AS-
,\ i -i. rk -.."i ''"'
Hi l. s DePIBTRO
DenatA Clerk
IOSKPH II voi-m;
Attorne) for Plaintiff
675 Itil' i...... \\ .i>
Suite 10*1
"oral tlftblea, Flomla 11111
I II I/T-I4-S1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT Of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY Mil CHANCEKY
No. 69 15S7
SUIT FO# DIVORCE
loHNNIB HAMITON,
Plaintiff,
\ a
|:< 'SlF. ii v MPT< M,
I lefeiiilaiil.
In 10 IS IF. II A MM -l i IX
UM Monroe rttreel N W
vVaahlnaton, I "
Vou KOSIB IIAMIIOV.
hereli) i otlfjed that
omiilnliii for I ui..i
nliiMt >ou, and i
Mil. .1 I'IPJ of
fleudlllK tO 111'' Hill
BAyenu
BY HENRY LEONARD
/
LEGAL NOTICE
'It's our new automatic Shammos!"
Copr 1969. Dormu Produfi'o-i
I ECAI NOTKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. M-1705
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ciF.ltAI.M MF.VKACX.
I'laintlff
MBRIJBNB DEVEAPX
TO MKKl.KNi: DEVBArX
c/o l.ui'av'-ii Etaadi Motel
I < i \u.\ UI
Fr.-eport. H.ihanui.1
Y..U. MF.IU.F.SK l'K\KA1X. are
hereby notified ihat a Hill of Com-
plaint for Mivor.e haa baea filed
.iK.ini-t you. ami you .ire required to
iierve a *op> of your Answer or l*W SB-
in* to the Hill of Complaint on the
PluintifTx attorney, HBR. ORBKN-
SI'AIIN. KF.VFirr/. A I1AI.IAOIIKR,
M4 Alnaloy Hulldlna. Miami. Florida
and file the original Answer or lleod-
inir in the offl.e of th.- ii.rk of the
Cir.ult I'ouri on or before the 4th day
of March, l#*. if you fail to do >.
JUilKlllelll by default will he tal.i:i
BgaTnat you for th.- r. lief demanded
in Ihe Hill of oinpl.UMi
ThiK notiee Bhall he published onre
e-h week for four ous. .utive weeks
in TUB JKVVISH FM'ltlMIAN.
DUNK ASH OKHBKKI* al Miami.
Florida, thia rth day of January
AD I99 ,. ,
K H LIUTHEKMAN. l.rk
Cireuii Court. I>ade County. Florida
By: '" P COPELiAND
Meputy Clerk
nir. uit Court Seal)
SKR. IKI-n-^SHl'AHS-.
KUTfPVn A C.A1.I.AC.IIKR
Attorneya for Plaintiff
Tilt AlllKley HulldniK
Miami, Florida, Ml ft
By MKI.VVN ORBBN8PAHN,
of Counsel
in :/7-u-:i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKItKI'.V OTVBN thai
th, umiersiKiieii. raatrtng to mssce
in bualneaa under the fiiitiou> name
of V ADA BOND DRIVB-IN al
Sunsei Drive, South Miami Inteada
to r*slater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court al DaAu Cottntj
I'londa.
i WRLO TROVATO
KBA8I.ER, M \ssi".V
A HBCKBRMAN
Attorneya '"r Applieant
4^.'. Hiltmore Way. Coral QaMaa.
^ i-14--o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBT UivKN thai
the underiiKiied. deirinic to m|aC<
in business under ihe fii tltious name
of IIOSK MARIE F KM IN INK FASH-
IONS ASM BEACH WEAR at 1
Collins Avenue intends to
sai.l name with tha Clerk of
rult Court of Dada County.
EDGAR Al ini Nil
J I! KKYS
Attorney for Applieant
Ml Balcaynt Hivd.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81881-C
In RE Bulal. >l
i: \i: mi now n
11...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T v:i i "n dlloi .mil \n Fern
I Claims or Demand* Againtd Sa,d
Entati
Vou ire hen by notlfh d and 11 qu.i -
.1 .. |,i. -i nl ,in\ i la i in- anil dt ni.iinl
wltl. Ii \..u m,i\ have again*-! Ihe
. f l:\i-; in IK .\\ \ ileci
I late of Made County, Florida lo Ihe
Count) .luilf- of [lade Con .1
file the s.iin.- in dufillcate und
provided in Keel..... 7:::: If, Florida
Ktatut) -. In Hi- Ir offli .- in il Cou
Cnuriliou-i- in I laile County, Floi
! within -i\ all n*ar monlhn froui the
| iim*. ..f Ihe f ii m puiilniiiioii hereof, or
thi ime a ill be barred
ii.ii.-.i .ir Miami, Fiorichi. thin 9th
day of January, A l) I
JBRi iMjE w ikski:
A- Kxe'Ulor
tin Fi'MsIon. Itil S". UI..M Pa
l-'ir-i publication of ihis uoiloa
on the 24th dax of January, I99
CAHHN. ItoTHKNIIBRi:.
KOCAN Kin:\l!l,r\l
hj y.\:\ \k KiKJAN, Attorney
\ '. .in. \ f..f K-i.il i. of
i:\i: nrwuw
ijii i.in. ..in fM Miami Beai h
l 4-Sl 1/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 744S2 C
IN BE Eatate of
SIKtiKRIED II 'UN
In ensicl
NOTICE OF INTENTION
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE In twill i;.\eii thai we
have filed ..ur Final Rapori and
Petition for iiisiriliuiion and Final
D rhara* >- Co-Rieoutoi* H t*
of SIEGFRIED CoHN, deeoaned
and that on tha l"'h ilay al March,
19*9, will apply to th< Honorable
county .luiire- of Dadi Count] Flo-
nail, for nsprovaj ..f -:inl f oal !:
nori and for dlatrlbutlon and final
iiachnrsa aa Co-DxacBtorv of the
-st.ii,. of the aiii-vi-n.ini.-'l decedent
This 4th .lay of February, IBM
s/ AMELIA i;i(IKN COHN
x HENRY NORTON
HENRY NORTON
. Attorney
| 14"ti HI-, avne lluil.liinr
Miami, Florida
1 7-14-Sl-St
relfister I
the <"ir-
Florida.
l.l.iuH
. hr 'h.
itili f t.'im-
:. ii.l.nl
Itlll "f
III- I.....II Hied
i ur.- required
nur Answer or
f Complaint on
plaintiff's Attorney, I. II MAT-
118, Hi" Cajiurreaa KulMlnK. Miami,
..rida Mill awd flh Ihe orl| nul
iBwer or lleadlnK In Ihe offlo al
i- Clerk "1 Ihe Or. uit Coui I on or
i..re the i". das ol March, iaW I
u fall lo do so, judK'ii.'in
ill be taken aciunst v.u
ef .lem.lll.lell in Ihe
lilt
his notice -h.,ll W. pul.l "bed m.'e
h week for four i-wmtacullve weekii
thi: .h:\visii fi/>ihian.
NK AND ORDEKBD .i Mlaaol.
rlila. thla nih da] of Janiwry AtD
i: D 1.1: vniF.it.man. Clerk,
i-uit cur' I ...! i 'ountj. i'l >i i la
Hi K M i.vi \\
Menut] Cl.rk
l-Uit Cou'I S.I.I I
I: I
pi ii. \ for I'laintlff
I 31 1/7-14-M
NOTICE TO DEFEND OB
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. W-1739
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.Ii I8E l.l'IS MLASi'i i
Plaintiff,
\ KSKltVsi'A CABRBRA BLANCO
I lefeiidant.
TO \ BNBRANDA CABRERA
BLANCO
c '.ra. ui-" .le Dtaa
. \mint.. >iei Qtaayabal
II..i .iii.i. Cuba
Vou VKNKKASliA CABRERA
HL'VI'U are hereby notiti-.l ih.ii a
tun ..f CompkUnt for Dtvoroa has
been filed anainsi >mi. and you are
lequlred to aarwe a raw ..I vour
\n-w.r or Pleading la the mil <
Coinolaini on th. Plaintiffs Attorney.
SCHWARTZ SCUM MfT/.. tl S- i
l...|d Hulldina. Miami. Florida
in.l file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the "ffi. of the 'i, rk of Hi.
I'lrcull Court "ti or before Ihe 4th (
ria] of Mnr.-h. 199 If y.ai fall to do
ho, ludgmenl b) .1. fault will be taken
ax.i.nst \ou lor the relief .1. in.in.1. il
in the Hill of Compl.uin
Till* nolle* eiiall be inil.lisli.il on.
'each Week for four on-., utlve we.k-
in THE JEWISH Fl.i'I'.IDIA.N
DONE ASM ORMKRKM at Miami.
Florida, thi* 2th day of January,
A M 1'm.h
K It I.KATIIKIIMAN.
Cl.rk. Circuit Coui t.
Made County. Flon.l.i
By; c p imi'iiund
Meputy Cl.rk
(Clrrtill court Beall
IK'HWARTZ bCHWARTZ
I4)| Beybold Building
Miami. Florida .131.12
Attorneys for I'laintlff
1 31 :/7-14-:i
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. #9-t#43
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
c A MM IK MAK JOHNSON
Plata tiff.
SA.MCBL JOHNSON
Defendant.
To SAMIKL JOHNSON
Isist known residence
and ma i lini: .ulilr. s-
..iniral m-livery
Hollv Hill. South Carolina
TOP ARBHBRBBT N< >TIFira> that
.m a.ti'.n for Divorce baa bean filed |
I arain-t rou an.I you are re ' -erv,. a cony of vour written defenaea,
. if any. to il on AI.MKHT Ull.KSSKY. ,
attorn. \ for plaintiff, who-, .olilress
1 i- M US lll-.ai'ie HI.Ik II W Flakier
1 3JII0 and file the orlalnal with Ihe
clerk of lb.- above styled court on or
before .March nth. lift; otherwkai a
ludgmenl may >. entered agalnel jrou
: for the r.h.f .blllainbd In the ...|ll-
'' plaint or petition
This notice shall he published nn<-e
each weak for four consecutive weeka
:iii THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN.
\^|TSkS mi hand and th* -eal
..id court nl Miami. Florida on thi
Jrd da) of February, 1MB
K H LBATHBRMAN,
V- '1. rk. Circuit Court
I ....I.. .' .unt\ Florida
Hi C P COPBI-AND
\ 1 put) Cl.rk
nt i "ourl Seall
ALBERT t\ II.F.VSKV
mim i M 11" His.-a.vn. |IUg Miami, l'i
Attorney for I'laintlff
! 7i4-:i-:a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. M-14557 (Balaban)
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CEFF.IMNO ill i.S/A I. V.7..
I'laintlff.
vs.
HERMINIA E OONZAMEB,
Defendant.
T 71 I'atter-oii Street
New Itrunswick. New Jersey
You. HKItMINIA K OONZALBZ.
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Amended i'omplnlnt for Dtvoree ha-
li,.,.|i flleil agataal vou. and vou ar<
refpaired I,. s.-rve a copy of your
Answer or Plaadlng to the Rill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
SIDNEY BFRONSON, till Alnale*
lluildiiK Miami. Floridii .111.TJ an.l
file the oritrrnal Answer or I'lead i in:
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or I., for. Hie !rd day
of .March. IMS If you fall to do ao.
judgment hy default will be taken
acaiuMt you for the relief demand,..I
in the Hill of Comnluint.
Tnls police shall be |Mjbll-ihrd one,.
each weak for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/'RIMI \N
DONE ASM ORDERED al Minn.
Florida, tin- Mth day ..f Jantear)
A D ''".''
B H U5ATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Fl.....la
111 K M I.YMAN
ii. naity Oerk
(Or.-uit Ci.uri S. al'
s11.NBY BFR<'N W IN l:.-''II'IRB
.ill' Ain-le\ Huil.linir
Miami. Florida 1111.'
Attorney* for Plaintiff
1 11 '..'/. II ..'!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV
No. -**
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HF.VKItl.l RonKRTA
i isk v i:\ci ISO,
Plaintiff
NOTICE UNOfcM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKI-SH-Y (ITVBN that
ihe uied. r-kcnd. dekirltlg lo i naate III
business under the fictitious name of
|J1 LrSS OAKLANMKR. M<>. Ml'H-
RAY y.KMKCK. MO. NOKW.....'
'MEDICAL CLINIC al M S \\ HUrd
[gareet, Mi.uni. Florida X1MW intends
I p. reglater aald name with ihe Clerk
of Ihe circuit Court of Dada Couaty,
Florida
MRS OAKLANDER xsn
ZBDECK PROKESSII 'SAL
ASS. Ml ATI. 'N
, SPARBER ASM Id ISKIN l' \
\ rn. \ s for
BBS OAKI. tNDER AND
SSBDBCK PROFESSIONAL
VSSi '"'I \TloN
l.ii. \ Bin. .n I'.lid .
Miami Florida
1 .' 4 |] 2/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 9-20B6
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARL SHAFKU.
Plaintiff
V S
BARBARA SHAFF.lt.
Defendant
TO BARBARA SHAVER
1.1| i:i WUoak Street
Houatln, Ti'Xita
You. RAItHARA SHAPER, are here
by lotifi.d thai a Hill of Complaint
for Divorca has been filed agalnel
vou. and you arc rciuired to serve I
cop) of your Answer or Pleading to
th,1 Hill of Complaint on lh,- IMainttff-
attqrney, IRWIN '1 CHRISTIE
lllaratyne Boulevard, Miami. Plorida
and 'il'" ihe original Anawer or Plead-
ing in 'be office ..f Ihe Clerk of Ihe
Circuit Court on or before Ihe llih
day of March. IMS If yog fall lo ,1..
iidirin.nl l.y .1. nili u'll i>< taken
agaioul i.'U f>.r till W-llel .I. m.i ii.lid
ii. Ihe Hill of ...mplalnl
This noli., -hill be publlahed onre
each ii -. k f,.r four oou-c. utn e \^ -
in THE JBV. ISII FLiHIIMI AS
DONE \s ii iii:in :RI :i i Miami
la. thla nh da) of Pebt ua rj a I
K H LEATHKRM \ N, i
un Curl. Made County, Florida
B) P MMI A Ml
l>. nul i del :>
i Cir. un "out Bl ill
IRWIN ti CHRISTIE
I) HI .11 lie lloulcl .11 'I
Ml .mi. Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
: ; 14 -i !l
c m:i < is .M'l.n RA P" >S< i
I i. f. ndallt
ii i .' MM.i >S .11 1.1' RAPOSO
. T \\ ii.'.il, St reel
N, Vl fork, s. w Vork
Vou, CARI < IS JCLIO I! M'. "Si are
hi r. i.i notlfb .1 thai a Bill of Com
plan,I for I I.voice lia- bei m '
againal you, and you are required lo
-. n......in nur tnawei oi IMead-
|ng lo Ihe Hill of Cmnl.....i ."i Ihe
IM.....llfr* attorn, y, Sl'l \\ s BET
KS.J 120 liioln Road, Menu It. a Ii
Florida and Me Ihe original Iniwei
or Pleading In thi nff.....1 Ihe el. rk
..f the en. u i .'. in i nt ... I foe. lh-
'Ji'.ih day ..f February, IMS If yog
fall i. .1" -". ludgmenl I'l default ii ill
he taken ngaltml you for Ihe rellel
[demanded In th. Hill of Comntelnl
Tin- notice "hall be nuldlehed onei
v k for four .rn-. u' i wiik-
m THE JEM ISH l'i-- iRIDI i\
|H INB ASH IRDEREII al Miami
' Florid.:. iln- I7ih da) of lanuarj
All
K II l.l' v ill B1LM v s rk
Circuit Court, j)ede County, Florida
llj I. SNKEDBN
I PUt) I. I k
i u i ..pit S. all
SKI \\ S\l BET
in Road
Miami I'., oh. Florid i
Ai i. i in i lor Plaintiff
1 34-31 : 'l
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVBN thai
tin u-id. i -'cin ,i deatrlng lo ena
i u rn -- ii'i'ii i lh. i'i. to lour name nf
Kit il \l:n ROAD H IM'HKR al MSI
I".. I ii\ i M ii no I V.ii Ii I ':
liita ...I- in ri'i .1 Ham. w nh
ih.. Clerk nf th. Circuit Court of Dadi
Cu'ii. Florida
BCD I'1 IN ENTERPRISES. INC.
n:\ is.: CYPKN I.AU OPKICBS
Mn.iiii- for
HlltT.is ENTERPRISES, INC
', \i iiiur ;,.i .. > it ad
Miami Bead Florida
' !4-Jl J/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDANo. 68-10913 iBai.-
NOTICE Of SUIT
p. Mill \i:a .i u ii..i\
Plalullff,
i -
tNTHO.N > W \\ II.S' >N
I.. fendant,
IMI.i'T l.ll'i; INSI'RANCB
IYMPANY,
-h. and
A.hln .....11 Defel da ill
l'i. l.NTHONl \\ VVIIJvON
.' I 'ntermunkheim
Kri s. Iivv alnsh Hall
\\ .-l i : rniani
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOT1I IBD II
v i.i s., und Amended < 'oraplai il
a. In.n in elghl -i.ulil- ha- l...... I
againal you In the ahovi at] ud Coui
and inu an required lo nerve B .i.|.i
of \our written defenm '"
It, on 'ii ii MARTIN asm IIARTKU
Attorneys f... Plaintiff. I3ja Alfred i
duPonl Building, Miami. I'k I il
an.I fill the igiiu i> nil he I
.,f i|.. .,!..! e-sij led '..un .". ...
lore the -I'l' 'Ini of I'. I.in
other* !- a luilgl.....i nuo
.iKiuii-i you Li d. faull for 1 >
. demanded In i he s>. o I Ami
. .| i'.-ini...
Tin ii.iliin ..| thi
and simple term* i- ni fo|lo\vp
( "ounl I -..),- ., dii ot. ... .1 II
pi., mi f| i.. -. mil ted to I -
ii.un. Count II
... i.ui -, p|a .i.r fot i
in. in II) hel -Main "I lief.
pet ai 10-. i 'ounl in s.
..... phi nt. l, in r. in.i.in m.
plainl iff I her car: "ounl IV
-. K- t....."". plus Intel '
i ui m- nt for !-.. n i i.oI. i pi
i iff l.....aid- In r lo r. In
Cniie.l State), ir.-in Genoa Count
\ ok. ilim.-i i both I. nil-
permanent, to supplemenl plan tifl -
ii......i. al 'lo rati ol ........ | r
month, and --ek.- t.- pr.....' '-
rover il hi injunction, r- eivershlp.
attachment. garnlahment and or
apet-lal equltahli relief, Including
panIcular, r.... hlng ( d. da
aaaeta enriirngi and comm.--ii.ii- i
PfliMT i.ii'i: issikasi i: cum
I'ASV. and ..||i.rul.-i nlthin tin
r. a. Ii nf lh.- Plot Ida 'nun mi i .i
lion, '. -. Ul- plaintiff- .. Ml- i
I.UIpi.I a 1 alal p* t in.iuen I. tOfti
null her other reuoverlee -ought in
ii. Second Amend. .1 Complaint; Cou I
VI seeks |S50.aa, pfeaa Interest, for
attorn.!.- aervieea and cost- rontraci
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T eJewish FloridHan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Murre 42 Number 7
Miami Florida -- Friday. February 14, 1963
Three Sections P
Eban Spells Out
Terms For Peace,
Security Borders
rtice -
>ARI5 for peace with the Arabs
unveiled here this week, ap-
rntly for the first time, in an
trview (riven by Foreign Min-
r Abba Kban to the newspaper
Figaro.
Mr. J ban referred specifically
ir. detail to the |>ermanent
indar.es that Israel will demand
stressed that they are based
riiy on his nation's security
ids. rot a desire for territorial
tension.
tr. i ban's remarks were seen
observers hen- as a reply to
ptian President Nasser's ["'nee
^|x)-..s published in N.wsw.ek
map
^he Foreign Minister told what
is Israel conslderi non-negoUa-
under any circumstances
Bi ,-ielude Sharni el-Sheikh.
iir.ii- iimi; the Straits of Tiran.
(re Israel will insist on retain-
a military' force to guarantee
ctoeurt* to Israeli shipping; the
in heights of Syria which, Is-
insists. can never again be
by Syrian Runners to blast
tHMBta; and the unified city
^Jerusalem, the capital, which
a 1 will never yield. Mr. Khan
however, mat Jordan might
B allowed custody over BaBt Jeru-
aaUctfl sites < ntainillg Muslim
holy places.
i.ban emphatically rejected
oncept of a separate Weal
Palestinian entity as "tin-
ttk and evi n dangerous He
Ith West Hank's future would
t. be settled in an Israeli*
ii : .. see treaty. He n called
Prime Minister Levl Eshkol
sa.ii that the Jordan Rivt r
l- Israel "security frontier"
-h not necessarily a political
and he cited s plan pro-
monl hs ago by Deputy
i yigal Alton under
Jordan would have political
r<>i over demilitarized portions
w'. st Bank, but only after a
Iflcation of the frontier based
urity needs.
Kban said the status of the
Peninsula and the El Arish
an was entirely different from
that of the West Bank because it
lacks a sucabtc local Arab popula-
tion. He described the region's fu-
ture as "an open question" on
which Israel is prepared to nego-
tiate, except for "certain points of
rigidity" essential to security.
YOST VIEWS ARAB-ISRAEL TENSIONS
Arabs' Terror
Drive Is Main
Mideast Issue
ASSA I BAN
Yigal Allon Is Slated
For Bond Conference
Yigal Allon. Deputy Prime Min-
ister uf the State of Israel and !
hero of its War of Liberation, will
be the guest of honor at the 19*59 .
InternatkHi d Inaugural Confer-1
for State of Israel Bonds, it
was announced this weak by Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president
of the Israel Bond Organization. I
The COnf< rence is being held I
from Thursday, Feb. 27. through
Sunday, Mar 2. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel Qan, Allon will be the ;
principal speaker at an Inaugural
Dinner Saturday evening) Mar. 1. j
.More than K.000 Jewish Irad-
aaa from the lulled State and
< anula will take part in the
meeting, w hit h will adopt plans
lo strength-ii lararl'a rroaomy
through an Inten-Ufletl effort for
Israel Bonds during 189. The
campaign will seek to provide
at least hall of Israel's Develop-
ment I tint get of >:<:(.(,niMi.iMMi. or
a minimum of $IU6..~>00,000 for
Um coming year.
Samuel Rothberg. national cam-
paign chairman of the Israel Bond
organization, is serving as Na-
tional Chairman of the conference.
In this capacity Mi. Rothberg is
Continued en Page 10-A
By Special Keport
NKW YORK Charles Yost.
chief United States delegate to
the United Nations, said here this
week that the Nixon Administra-
tion considers the campaign of
terror by Aiab irregulars against
Israel the most serious problem
in the latest efforts to bring peace
to the troubled Middle East.
Mr. Yost is currently engagi d in
talks with envoys at the United
Nations in preparation for expect-
ed Big Power "consultations" on
the Israel-Arab dispute.
Earlier, Mr. Yost said he exnects
the Nixon Administration to "take
into full account the Interests and
objectives of all Mideast countries"
when formulating its policy for the
region.
Meeting the press after present-
Fascell Sparks Action
In Congress On Iraq
have
POSTWAR CASUALTIES
SET AT 1,396
Jl RUSALKM (JTAi
^Military authorities have an-
nounced that Israel has suf-
fered 261 killed and 1.116
ounded since the end of
he Six-Day War in June,
i967. The Arabs reportedly
,t 600 guerrilla dead. 1,500
lapt'ircd. plus a substantial
mmber of casualties among
gular Arab armies. Au-
thorities said several bun-
ad red Jordanian regulars and
'"rrcgulars were believed to
\i been killed inside Jor-
lanian territory. There were
,2Mi border incidents re-
nte,!. 890 of them OH the
ordanian front.
Rep. Dante R Fa-cell. Florida
Democrat, acted this week to se-
cure a Congressional resolution
condemning the persecution of
Jews in Iraq.
With a group ol other Members
of Congress, Rep. Fascell intro-
duced a resolution expressing
House condemnation of recent
Iraqi atrocities and calling for it
special meeting of the United Na-
tions Security Council to deal with
the threatened genocide.
Faso ii also Joined in urging
leaders of the world community to
use all appropriate channels to
prevent further outrages against
the Jew ish people in Iraq.
The Florida Congressman's ac-
tions followed ins earlier condem-
nation of the secret trials and
ing his credentials to Secretary-
General I' Thant. the Ambassador
offend tins view when asked if he
agreed with the policy of "even-
handedness" recommended by Wil-
liam Scranton. President Nixon's
Middle East tact-finding envoy.
Mr Yost, who said that views
In had expressed on the Mideast
issue m an article published in the
Atlantic Month!) had not char,
and expressed hope that the Nixon
j Administration would regard the
couise of action he proposed in the
irticle as a w is. one, but he indi-
cated there was no certainty that
it would follow his ideas.
The United States wants to kei |
the pursuit of Mideast peace with-
in the framework of the United
Nations Security Council's Nov.
22, 1987 Mideast resolution and
the mission of Dr. Gunnar V Jar-
ring, he said
I Mr. sToat proponed in the At-
i Untie Mont hi v article written
before hi* l\N. appointment, an
impose,i set lenient i.ii Israel and
the A rail state*. His preimne
was that both side* ar* so in-
volved in the difficulties stem-
ming from 20 Jfla of conflict
that the) could not achieve
peace by themselves.
During the questioning of Mr.
Yost by the Senate Foreign Rela-
tioi s Committee, he said the
United States would not refrain
from i sing Its Secui Ity Cou
veto il ii ever was confront" d
, resolution endangering "the na-
tional interest The veto has
never been used
IN THIS ISSUE
DANTf FASCfU
nent Representative of the United
States at the U.N. to seek a spe-
'ro
4. A
Letters
5-A
public executions of "alleged spies" rial meeting of the Security Coun-
:n Iraq. He pledged wholehearted
efforts to end the inhuman slaugh-
ter of Iraqi Jews.
Fascell teamed with Rep Leon-
ard Farbstein of New York and
other outraged lawmakers in spon-
soring a resolution requesting the
President to instruct the Perma-
cil. The meeting would "seek other
ways and means of preserving the
human rights of the people of
Iraq."
in his separate appeals to the
Continued on Pago 9-A
Bar Mitivahs 10B
Book Review 7-C
Candlghtmg 1?C
Cohen 4-A
Dining 11 A
E .I'..-' '.*!* 4.A
Engagem'ti 6- B
Obituaries 11-B
Lehman 6 B
People-Places "3
Real Estate 8-93
Sermon
Synagogues
Torah
TV
Weddings
Woman's
Worid
12.C
12-C
12-C
12-C
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TO ELIMINATE RACISM, ANTI-SEHITISM
Task Force Will Probe N.Y. School Bigotry
HEW YORK (JTA> Superkn-
tendent Pornard Donovan has an-
nounced creation of a task force
to probe charges of racism ami
anti-Semitism in New York City
public schools. Warning that bigo-
try "could tear the school system
apart." he said persons who es-
i pouse bigotry must not he allowed
"to continue in the employ of the
Board of Kducation."
Children attend public schools
. because they must do so under
law. he said. 'They are not to be
considered the captive audience ol
, teachers w ho w ish to engage in
personal courses of conduct that
may be offensive to the children
they serve and to the patents of
these children."
A 'Small task force" in hi*
office has been assigned to fol-
low up .ill complaints involving;
bigotry and to bring all the tacts
which niii;tit warrant ihs, iplni
ary action to hia attention.
Dr. Donovan did not name any
of the teachers about whom com-
plaints have been received, but it
is certain that Leslie Campbell is
one of them. A Negro high school
teacher, he read a itoem purtort-
edly written by a Negro teenager,
] on a radio program aired by Bta-
: tion WBAI-FM. Addressed to the
president of the United Teachers
Federation which, in a battle evok-
| ing intense hostility from the black
community, had gone on strike
against city Schools three times
last year, the poem called Albert
, Shanker "Jew boy" and express, d
, the wish that he were dead.
Rival pickets clashed this week
in front of the building housing
i WBAI. Police were called to the
scene when fighting broke out. and
four persons were arrest, d. Most
of the pi. kets. led by Jewish De-
fense League attorney Bertram
Zweibon, who said league mem-
bers were "incensed by the spew-
ing of racial hatred." were protest-
ing anti-Semitic remarks in WBAI
broadcasts. Pro-WBAl pick. i-.
some of whom were Jewish, de-
manded the station's "freedom of
broadcast." evoking taunts of
I J< wish traitor" and "Nazi" from
league members.
The American Civil Liberties
Union challenged demands by or-
i Continued on Page S-A


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* Jewish fhrk/ii-itr)
Paqe 3-A
Arab News Agency Says Jews
Are NcM "Free To Leave Iraq
LONDON IJTAI Egypt's |
Middle Cast Nowi Agency Iihs re-
ported from liflfhil.nl th;it lr;i(| is
tryioR second group of alleged
-pics but that none ol them are
Jews.
Tin- IfWI ayrli<\ i|lli)t< il 11 < 11
I "!- nl- I X It ->! il Hi I, i us sa>-
inc thut lrai|\ .stimil.il :<. li-ws am frit- In Irnvc Ihr
country If tln\\ wanted to.
Another reporl reaching here
a as that I' twocn 21 and _'."> Jewa
arrested after the Six-Day War
ha The hanging on Jan. z~ of it
i K|is. nine ol them Jews, after
secret trial, spurred worldwide
protests ami demands nn thi- in-
ternally-riven Iraqi regime that II
drop plans for a second trial in
\hirh more Jews were to have
lieen 11 led,' 'this i Ime for alleged
spying for the CIA The first 11
victims were accused of spying for
:-i ael.
Thr repoi i ihat Ii aq had appar-
ently responded in unremitting
worldwide pressure. Including crit-
icism from some "i Its Arab broth-
is. came a- the protests continued
; to in' i egistered.
In Amsterdam JTA quoted For-
11 icn Ministei Joseph Luni is an-
prauncing t ti.it Jews leaving Arab
lountries would t welcome in
| }!olland In Rio de Janeiro, Ihe
Brazilian ForeJcn Ministry an-
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noiinciil that Hra/.il's permanent
repreaantativc to the L'nitnl Na-
tions had bean inetruoted to in-
form tl' Iraqi government of
Brazil's "grave humanitarian oon-
ri in'' over the fate of the Iraqi
Jewish conununlt) ami thr treat-
ment given Jewish leaders. In
Stockholm, foreign ministers ot
the Scandinavian communit)
Sweden, Nuiua.v. IXrunark anil
Finland adopted a resolution
warning that the Baghdad execu-
tions would adverse!) affect pros-
pects for a i" ace settii mcnl in thy
Middle Fast.
In the thai ri-puriiO (.Mlilisheil
eoiimient on the i-\>ilitinns in
the East Earepeaa t'oassnunait
satellite blue, a Bratislava news-
paper, Pravda, Jesssuiiii "Inhuman methods ami arttoaB"
<>r tin- lrai|i regime. The Slovak
i' .ii-. warned that -m h actions
wiuilil only iiariii \r.ii> prestige
in the world. It aald the exeen-
linns were mure in the nature of
settling old scores than of li-
quidating spies.
Mis pjta Hauser, (he yo ..:
Ncu Yorker appointed by Presi-
lenl Nixon as the American rep-
resentative on the United Nations
Human Rights Commission and
L'.N. Kconomii and Social Council,
sakl in Washington lhat theexwu-
tion "i the Iraqi Jews would be
the first agenda subject taken up
by the Con n Ission when ii n* is
In Geneva Friday, she expressed
onccm i \ i Ihe rate ol the I r iqi
fewish community and said she
would urge the President to press
ror I'.S : a' > Icatlon ol the h'tman
ights and genocide conventions.
In Paris, l >i N'ahum Goldmann.
Vorl 'ontiniH d efforts to line up gove-
rnments and international orga-
ii an ns l hind the VV'JI' pit a to
I'.N s i i larj -<" neral U Thant
sii k ihe emigration >! Iraqi
Ji w -
,\ massix demonstration "t sol-
.In n x- ith Ihe Jews ol Iraq M i-
n in in Ji rns.il. m Thousands
marched through the main itrecftj
after hearing Menachem Bt Ign,
.vimister Without Portfolio, appeal
to the nations ol the world and
international oEgaolzations to aid ,
the Jews remaining in Iraq. An-
other cabinet member, Police Min-
ister Khahu Sasson, participated
in the memorial services for the I
nine hanged Jews, lighting nine
eandlea. He told the throng that
the world could not be absolved of .
responsibility for the late ol the
slain men. since it had failed to
exert enough pressure on Iraq to]
i loek the executions.
In Venezuela Msgi Jose Rincon
Bonilla, Auxiliary Bishop ol Ca-
racas, and Father Pi dro Bat nola,
dean ol the faculty ol humai itii s
ii the Catholic University, took'
part in i mass meeting i" protest
the executions. Leaders of
Vi hi /uelan Jewish community ap-
pealed in i hi Venezuelan govet n-
tiient in help pn venl further ex**-
i utions and to seek |x*rmission fot
the Jews t., leave Iraq, Syria and
Kgypl In Rio it-- Janeiro, speeial
prayi ra wi re i it .: n i ited In all '
syna togui s foi thi ell being ol
the Ira ii Jew s,
In New \ in I., poliei-arnsti-il In
persons as .m ensotlonv-rharged
crowd estimated at 10,000 mnsn
ed in trniit ol the Iraqi Mission
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greatest act ol Jewish solklarit)
since Ihe Six-Day Wai He said
Ihe demonstration recoiled the
Nazi rallu s in Madison
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Administration Takes
Active Mideast Role
Premder.: N lor. has km jrtfe
~e ..-. 'crick-rig ore erf die thorr.iest
of r._s A-irr..-_i-.--;-.-.- foreigr. oo'icy
problems the rrjis ..-. e M
East.
After T*ftrj.-r deliberations at
Car.ir.e' Iswl -e Pro bai ~--
lead .-.-.- -..-. A-:-...-...-.",-. tt...
ponaa .- r-.-r.-r :-.-.-. -.
stew, aoia ..-. Am MathSs East and Its
hoi isdand .-.^ asssnaoa oi
ate aalttutire ..-. praawttag psan
While precje Ad-
..-._v.--.-.-,r. > pcs.tion on the various
.ssue* .- moIm ..-. \-.e Middle East
have r.v .-.**- er: Mb N'jron
k ft* D S -:.:-. 9BM
/. .. tnchado support oi
M pscic>slda9 mission of Dr.
flmnsm Jarring, the Ur. ted Nat.ons
speca! envoy for the M-ddle East:
btlaiera; talks with the other rr.err.-
crs or the Btg Four preijnincrry to
:.-.* forrr.a. valks proposed by France;
DMsSbbP wrfh Israel and the Arab states, and
advancement of aid plans for the region.
Frencn proposal* for four-
power ?afk* Sm Adminisrrarflon had also de-
clared its r;ew that a solution could not be
tmpOMd on Israel and (he Arab states and
-.'.- Im Big Power talks envisioned should be
^.reeled at facilitating a settlement between
the parties .r.volved themselves.
Pre*.dent Mixon has placed the Middle Ea*
dilemma within the framework of the Adminis-
tration's broader aim of seeking to improve tn:s
i relations w,th its European all-es a^
well as making a fresh attempt at reaching an
understanding with the Soviet Union on this
anri ofhef issues.
who has also gone on record as favoring an
m-.poeed soluticr.

Discussion With France j
m its forthcomrng discussions with Prooci
on the Middle East, it is vitally importer.; that
the Administration consider the full bapJica-
nans of President de Gaulle's intensified efforts
to court the favor of the Arabs. De Gaulle's
Middle East policy had turned against Israel
even before the 1967 Six-Day War and has been
calculated ever since to provide support for
the Arab states.
The success of any Blq Power talks will
depend on the desire of each of the Powers to
forego narrow national aims in fever of a just
solu-
Just how f-rm is the A'i s opposi-
.posed total ;.ns to be seen. ^
An e^en more urgent question is the extent to jVnd00(IU6 LU tUTR tVPnt^
!'. be* be subject to *#J,,u*|vyu^ vuiiuioi UTtlll^
campiomhn in die brood
.; ;-o. tea 11
Moscow.
An independent Course
I :'. i.
d two ago. the Department of E
raaing .^ rafboi ind'-pendent Middle I
y. boa or.- mod itself largely with bolster-
ing the U. S. image among the Arab govern-
ments with little consid'-r it: .:. wasted on the
searr h lor a just solution to the region's pro-
blems.
President Nixon, in the past, has shown a
broad understanding of Israel's position as a
vitf;! V.ff to a )u:*t peace in the Middle Ea3t.
During the recent election campaign, it was
Mr N.xon who went on record as favoring "
preponderate of military strength on the side
of Israel to help deter Arab aggression.
St.II undetermined in the future course of
U. S. policy in the Middle East however, is the
extent to which the views expressed by former
Governor William W. Scranton calling for a
more "even-handed" policy in the region, have
been incorporated into the Administration's
position.
Sentiments similar to those of Governor
Scranton have been expressed in a recent
article written by Ambassador Charles Yost,
the US. chief delegate to the United Nations.
Wi'h the w.-:'er season of synagogue cu'-
tural events m full s tost of the cone
. -. in the Greater Miami area have schedul-
ed lectures and panel discussion sessions in
what appecs to be an intensive effort to
' to their memberships and to tho com-
munity in general a broad range of e-
aimed at religious end cultural enrichment.
In planning such programs, syn-igogue
leaderships are sometimes tempted to base
their decisions on the competetive need to pro-
mote their own instituti ns and to vie with one
another in securing the services of personality
who.se popularity and glamor often exceed the
contribution their appearances can make to
the religious cr cultural improvement of their
audience.
An analysis of this season's lecture pro-
grams, however, would indicate that the syn-
agogues have generally aimed at securing
able and distinguished p3rsonalities who have
much to oher in educaling, informing and gui !
ing Jewish audiences in need of spiritual and
cultural enrichment.
The roster of speakers include, authors, ed-
ucators, theologians and leading thinkers in
the field of Jewish scholarship.
These outstanding programs merit the sup
port of all segments of the community and the
extent to which the auditcriums are filled for
these guest appearances will serve as a fairly
accurate measure of the inteliectual maturity j
of Greater Miami Jewry.
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Extremists In Control
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of our so h iv to
wbat. In qui< U r dayi wa
' N q ..,.i(> In
tresl wit urn ties l
Boing to ollege w.i> ehanei tat
act i t.,r mot Ing btyotal
tn. occupational and preatig*
lew is oi th' psrant generatj
and (or th.' J. tins W,,s H f;,.
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Today, evi r> groui li Ur* ri a
concerted i Wort to In-
ui st k asl male u
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the i nd >( World War li
: nl population In univi
sitki has risen from one n M
than i ight milhon and
"t hi ilajht.
N'i> wonder there b confusion
the rt suit ol thb revoiuti oj
i from the ipeclal qu
" i education to the general
b Urt that n coltoft degree is an
absoluti- requaritr for suet-ess in
American society Tlw 1,-rrat ma-
M.ntv .>) siu.U-nts anl thnr
fnnnli. s hav.- a functional vtrv
Of tin cilucational procrms rathrr
than |bj Jewish land generally
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the probk m rat
kooklm t at sup:
I i my
. irses the I
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Mj old-faal
mar) has bo di Qniti<
this, t.ui i s :s|, r it has
with makeup and coami U
At the lim. i-sin ol So ll
CaroUaa where rsshcaUarn -
prohlern, th> adn li
tration and stud have ago
upon lot c.uis, v ihb ipria
master for which there is fn
dom oi choicj Th j Include .
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all f ilrnesB, tb i will
"i; in s.mth Carol i
Hbtor) of I n and Si
n and The Racist So h ;
Even pn
i hii ago is s ib> (i To (he vir is "f
''i I< i.inn Stoil.ntS who
lurid the administration bui
for a sit in protest adopted, at iM
behest of the Wbatnsxrs Ij'*
lion Front, ik'niamis for CO
in the history of women's oppr -
ion, women s sexuality, exploit
tion of woiiH'n in all OsSair*
the stensDly|-s ol women in !
eraturc and wonicns art. Thus
Conrimitfl e faea
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- bnisUhri'H r
Paqe 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITyk
M>ple Should S|>eak Out
OK, Tli.' Iruii.li 1 loridian:
kr tola hi 1st, Edward Cohen,
eriti ism In his r ci I
artlc!' againsl i'i me using public
TBHC, i' nUml the in-
justi- <"" itted againsl the
Jewis- st.i' Is:ai I.
Mi -,h- n '< la thai .'ill political
thing from the tragedj of ih
Jews under N.i.i and "Communist
lomination, and they won't n I
these tragit ei
It wai h refore n '
the itpotti log of the l< tters
in Hie n< w (papers and the caJ l i
to tl i itati na bj all the
'" ople who wat I to shan n sp
. ... ,. '" ">'" "'in wai.i in snare imn^i-
oct* ., shouHbel r. oAmtrtan ,,,-,. .,,.. ,
Mf' ha' u',s ith thei. brothers ii
outi roti st should in- T.
. I in se voici ol tin- | i>|- e will cn-
stopp- tl. *'t i >urse his complaint ,,,..
^ I coura e the leaden and certainly
i i-HI'i I under IlK" pl'i'li-Xt .,, I..,., i "
, not ihst'iili ih.-m if a- n thi'V
-"" [to* to ex- ,,,.,,,,. J
"'" '"' '""- lb, Jewish cause.
t< his thu king, m which case
The policy ol "stadlanut." work-
behind the soenes, is no loi i
valid in this,- days "t man media
munication. The Jewish cause
i- lust no igh lo be handli d o
Ij and above board The Jews in
Rtissi i i- well a- r Israi are not
: >r favors or be giiig for
..-last. i.il.
it I- : coins.. Mi Co-
, i. rogative lo have all con-
in J- u ish 1- adership re-
f tl ratal blundei s.....n-
" m the past
i itakes wi re not
lor.tl n be de-
moi : ly a ignor-
not i i b aw arc about the
the issues: hi> -
.. ii s wei ii n i'.n -
in- rcj but foi j..
The. who an
Lewis Rosenstiel (second from left', promi-
nent philanthropist, this week announced a
gilt ol S400 00C to the Development Fund of
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Shown with Mr. Rosen-
stiel are ifrcm left : Max Orcvitz, chairman
of the board of the hospital; Baron deHirsch
''. yer. president ol the hospital; and S~rr.-
up! Gertner. executive vice president.
-an at lhat the
convi
"a Ir fei ns an i
sing public n lia to ex-
; resa I ..: ince and
I trnii
arm d some- .
Jl Bl I Its
M XI Kl E OOLDRIXO,
Miami Beat h
Bigotry In N.Y, Schools
Continued From Page 1-A
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FCC can irseii Julius
an I ii that ins Ii b '
false and ruinous '
tter from R R ; .
N.Y.i to the
Fedora itions i I ip ar.d su
OR. KRISTtfl STtNCAHL
Protestant Scholar
Is Temple Israel's
Kitute Lecturer
The Jewish National Fund Of Greater Miami
Its Officers, Executive Board, and Council, mourns the Ion of its esteemed and beloved President
JUDGE HAROLD B. SPAET
May G-d grant comfort to the bereaved family.
May they find consolation and strength in continuing his
dedication and labor in behalf of Israel and mankind.
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Ht'brov Theological College Sets
PJans For S5 \l4Uion Expansion
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Cohen
Continued from P*ge 4-A
itudei Is
: rj : ness that
m rtouslj ch illengr the tradition-
i noi it ti .1 lemic freedom
nd i ii. i.. but most of the new-
umer t i the scadarrie world
the vast majority in
it p ilk ._ g todaj
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k< i M:\. ever read on the
..tv! ii subject i* "Compulsory
li- i duration" ba Paul Good-
nan, ant ii is mm i raoonanend
i II who are coneernad with our
urt' i Hirs.'. it iv h challenge to
I i| | vt It tun rtr?t arrtntrittii; w
H( i !:l> path to SUCOeas and
hm> this politiral radical open
in ttv charge of ">-litism." as ho
flmits, for In- u ,i> t that only a
n. ii min< >i iiv ai ahii to tit the
lassie mold ol the university as
. ii nun it) of -. holat !! has
n ronfidcnci hawevri I I
* it ill a
m v that the w i ong w aj to edu-
. it' ijorit) ot thi' jnung
i ii s hooU tur-
thrti adi ilesi once and i srlj
dulthood
In 1964 when the lunik was
ublishcd Goodman asked "Who
- for it" The suburba must think
n lotting, I iiiiii. ratal d so
iir ..i ttatus and salary Ne-
t-in* will -.i> I am down-grading
them. The labor unions don't
i .i t kids doing jobs And the
w i I school-monks
i- en tin Ij rtiffei pi i ideas ol so-
ial ngirat i
\i \i-i i heiess," he concluded,
ii n.> opinion, thi present ys-
. in is not viable; it is leading
ktraarbt tu '1984.' which is not vi-
i.i.. The change, art* n It comes
. iii not i practical and ot h t
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siMiatiiin. Tin* report remarks
pointedly:
(Thr) evidence strongly suk-
gesss that uut.sidi' groans and in-
dividuals arc providing encaur-
agens?nt< hiftaVnlilp and legal n vice to students involved in these
< ampai^ns (qf disruption).''
Abraham Lass, of Abraham
Lincoln Hi;h School, Brooklyn,
liairman of the CQSntnlStas that
wrote the report, was asked the
real meaning of the foregoing,
fairly ominous statement. He re-
plied, Kuis all over the city don't
do the same thinK in the same
way at the same time without
gome organization somewhere;
and that organization seems to
us to t>e of a highly professional
. haracter.
'Somebody's Paying'
He had some details t,> add.
Ruek as tin- existi nee of the well-
printed, widely circulated High
School Free Press, bristling with
incitements to violence. iSome-
body** Pnytag for It, and the kids
rertalnly aretrt." he said.
He would name no names, but
it is commonly believed that ele-
ment*; in the Students for Demo-
(-ratio Action and the Afriran-
Amesscan Teachers Association
an' among the "outside groll|"
mentioned in the principals' re-
port Incidentally, the African-
AmencHii teachers arc headed by
Albrii Vann, now under charges
lor \ic ii.us anti-Semitism.
A week hardly passes In New
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'> that v kolent stud' nt dissi i '
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Rev. Gibson Is Speaker
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, hold-
r of many citations for his out-
tending contributions and accom-
ilishments in the field of civil
IghtS and human relations, will lie
the guest speaker at the next
meeting of the George Gershwin
(odgr. Knights of Pythias, to be
held Monday night at the Surfside
Community Hall at 9 p.m.
Tifereth Israel To
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T< mpk -i ii, reth Israi I, 6500
North Miami Avenue, will hold a,
loint installation of the newly
elected officers of tin Congrega-
tion and the Men'i Club on Sun-
day, in the I', mpk 's Social Hall at
7 p m.
Congregation member* lobe in-
> stalkii are: William K. Sehachter,
president; Sum Sevin, first vice
president; Ted Prarlstein. second
iiei president; Irving Querido,
I third \ ice president; Sig Stern,
treasurer; Norman Tartakow, sec-
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Cohen, Irving Df*utsch, Norman
I'aixr. Allan Greenspan, Ralph
Kline. Floyd Kranz, Al Kurzban,
\l Lehman, Manx Lerner, Isidore
Vfertik, Manuel Miller, Harry Ro-1
I sonrerg, Hy Sootin, Max Temel.
Max Tobias, Jacob Wolosin and
Mac Wyden. Honorary Board
; rncmbers are I eon Goldberg and
Mrs Al Lehman
Men's t'lub members to lie in-
stalled are: I.eon Goldberg, presi-
Israel's Chief Chaplain. Gen. Shlomo Goren. presents the
Jerusalem Liberation Award to Mr. and Mrs. Morris New
mark guests of honor at the Farband-Labor Zionist and
Pioneer Women Israel Dinner of State attended by nearly
1,000 persons. Some S265.000 in Israel bonds weie purchas-
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Philip Lapkltis, treasurer; H> the installing of fieri
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the National Inaugural Dinner
were Leonard Roaen ol Eiay Har-
n! Islands, deputy chairman of
the hoard of governors "f T>1 Aviv
University, and, Daniel G Roaa of
Ni vs. York
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Friday, February :4. 19g
Canadian Bond Dinner Set For February 24th
Alt\ and Harry Rulun, Toronto
industrialism finaatlsM and phi-
lain: ropists, will Ix- the guesti of
honor .\\ a Canadian Dinner of
Comraindatiorj Motuiay evening,
1 tx -'I al the Fontainobloau Ilo-
i I by thi' Stan- of Is-
ra< I Boi i irgantsation of Canada.
'/. \ Sharcf, Israel's Minister of
Ki: ai i and oi Commerce and In-
dus! i.. and Dr. JoMph J Schwartz.
vie prcskl r,t of the- Israel Horn I
Organization, will \- the principaJ
I s|k aktis.
The dinner iv one of a scries of
events beinK held in the Greater
Miami area in advance of the 1969
Intel national Inaugural Confer-
ence for Israel Elands, which takea
place Feb. 27 through Mar. 2. with
Israel Deputy Prime Minister
Yigal Allon as gueal of honor.
Announcement of the Feb. 24
banquet was made this waak h>-
Yigal Allon Is Slated
For Bond Conference
- Continued from Page 1 A
directing over-all pre-confcrcnce
iii.-us hi\ol\ing the enroll-
ment for lMBal ton Unas! Boad
rchascM throughafil the United
States ami tana.la. according to
Dr Schwarts
Louis II BajNtr, lanman of the
Board >>i Qowcosan of the lanaj
Bond Organization, will be associ-
it d n 'h MB*. Kotliberj; as a na-
tional elisjii man oi the Confiii m
Dr. Schwarts Deputy Prime Minist.-r Allon.
th^ guesl ol honor at the confer-
.....i 1m ael's must |Hpu-
i influential leaders. During
the si\-i).i. War ol lttt'.T he was
., rnber ol the I'
i.; Advisor; C
tnulated stral
|i litieal
it11 >ii last yea
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has also barn Minister of Immi-
grant Absorption.
<. n Allon has been a member
.ii tlie Knesset (Parliament) since
1954, and served as Minister of
Labor from lH;i to 19t;s He as-
sumod his present positions on
July l, 196& k-ben tle new Minis-
lay of lioiiii^iitnt Absorption was
.stal.lislu-d.
A native ol Palestine and a de-
ar* i.dant of a long line of pioneer
-i tilers of that country, Gen. Al-
' Ion was the first i vcutivc officer
ol Paimaoh, Hw strikinK force of
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He led a company ix-himl
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outstanding leadership and hu-
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tribute tu William B Cohen of
Montreal, eminent business and
civic leader, Simon Cobrin will
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Temple Beth Shokan ol Miami
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Pour daj lab r ,on i hui sda>.
Feb 20, members ol the Canadian
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the Maritime Provinces and West-
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ami Beach Public Library,
'ollins Av\
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Is Ix'clure Topic
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ly tortures titled. "Israel 19fi9."
will b> iiiwii on Widneaday in tho
Skier Auditorium of Temple Ner
Tarru.- at 8 n.m.
lr\. i K. Schindler. will snoak on
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IttMident of the Florida Division.
t'rdsf. Nations Association of the
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activities <>l the t'nited Nations,
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^Je^istnoridian
Page 13-A
ideon Hausner, Keyserling Here For Histadrut
Truman Economist
National President
y-M\
Wm. H. Sylk
Foundation
Chairman

. National chairman i>f the Amer-
fcttr. Histadrut Devi lopnn tit Foun-
dation. William H. Sylk ol Phila-
delphia is oni' of the I'n111-11 States'
vcteiau leaders in bchaif ol Israel.
He was one ol the so-called Sonnen-
boi-. group which assured David
asrn-ciuri n of the overwhelming
support of American Jewry In tin*
critical days before the formal es-
tablishment of the State ol lsrai I
184ft
Mr. Sylk. working with other
trader* throughout the country.
helpt-d to iimani/r the drama! H
irnl rafatlng campaigns which
i.t !-- the Jewish State to wr-
flve the onslaught of si-\ i-ii Aral)
nations following th- I'nited Na-
lions partition of Palestine.
^Serving with Mr Sylk In 0T-
the Nuirth annual Mid-
biter Conference are Bernard
BloomfiekL Canadian chairman;
Poller ol Bay Harbor Islands.
Leon H KeyserHns, who was
eli' Ii il president of th" National
Committee for Labor Isresl at its
15th annual convention in New
York City on Nov 30, 1868. is a
world not il economist who has
made his mark in the i'nited
Stah s and Israel. He succeeds the
veteran trade union lander, Joseph
SchbMSberg, Who has been na-
tional h.ad ol the NCL1 since
1834
Mr. Keyserling has lieen Inter-
ested In the development ol Israel
and the dynamic social program of
its general labor fedcrati r.. His-
tadrut, over ii*% years He has been
called upon by the [srai ii govern*
in nt for iii qui nt consults!
hi.I has pn i an ii four major b1
ii s ol the Ista l comimj v the
invitation of Prime Minister Levi
i.snkoi. Mr. Keyserling attended
conomic confer* nces in Israel in
1867 and tin in 1968.
As president of the National
i "muni lor i ,iI< i Israel. Mr.
Ke>serling will head a nation
widc effort to sii|i|iort tile health,
educational and welfare pro-
graBBB of Histadrut in Israel,
which embrace 2.000.000 Jews
and Amis.
Mr. Keyserling was Chairman of
the Council of Economic Advisers
to the Presldi nt of the United
states for three years, holding
that post from 1950 until hi^ resig-
nation in January 19f>.'5. He hud
previously served as Vice Chair-
man of the Council from 194; to
1850, following appointment and
nrmatlon b. the Senate upon
Ctment of the Kinplo.mcnt Act
il 1046 ("Kail Employment Act"'.
Mr. Kejraerliag is now a consult-
ing cconoriusi and attorney, with
offices in Washington, D.C., and Is
working with individuals and or-
am/aiioi s m various parts ol the
1.! 1 rj and abioad.
Mr. Keyserling has held other
huh level American government
positions. He was l.-|.iil\ Ad*
minis! rat or and Acting \dminis-
trator of the I'.s. Housing \u-
thorltv (1887-tt)! and Oenersi
Counsel of the National HoOSUtg
Agency, now the Hooslag and
Home Finance Ageacj 11848-48).
Morris Netvmarks
Will Be Honored
OlDtON HAUSNHf
marshal ami associate nn-
jnal treasurer of the Histadrut
mindation; and I)r Leon Kro*
sh. honoiary chairman
< oihairnien ot the arrange-
ments committee are the Mis
[dames r'.lsie Itoncm. Morris Ko-
1.11 and Trod) llamcrscl.l.i-.
Serving on the executive com-
are Malcolm WoWenberg,
Maurice Guinsberg, Abraham Ro*
linsky, Leonard Rosen, Abraham
Crutihtit, Moe Levin, Samuel /it-
r- r and Miss Lillian Goodman.
l>r. Michael gSSStn, president
of the Israel Histadrut Cooaefl
of South Florida, and tierald
Schwartz, |iuhlle relations eoiin-
sej for the 111st :nl rut Founda-
tion, arc coordinatinK the con-
ference in offk-ea In t^ie One Lin-
coln Itoa.l Building.
Reservations for Wednesday
night's dinner featuring Gideon
. Hausner and I^eon H. Keyserling
may he made by telephoning
538-1231 or 538-3101.
From 1933 to 19 17 Mr. K> r
was k gislath to
n, Rob 11 !' Wagro r and
,;: : di Set ite I nrrdtti e
m Banking and Cui I
ssisti d in thi rep-
iration of l< gislation and luct-
,1 ,. 1 n lating to
banking and credit, trad
Ion, pul lie works, hoiutii social
11 curity, labor n latknu and 1 n
loynn nt 1 mi ing 1844-46, h did
special consulting work for the
Senate Postwai Gommittei and
the Sena! Comn Ittee on Banking
and Corrency.
Mr. Kasasrisag did his under-
(.radllate work at ( BSBBnhsS I ni-
versity, gradaaskng in I8S8, and
received Us hm degree Irem
Harvard in 1881. From I8S1 to
1888, he tanghl eeonomlea at
Columbia, aid contin led trail
Sle studies iii economic** at fiat
university. He also undertook
economic research for the (ien-
eral Kduca'lon Board of the
Rockefeller Foundation and par-
ticipated in the writing of an
economics textbook.
Mr. Kayaerllng is the author of
numerous monographs ami articles
on economic aod legal subjects.
HLs "The American Kconomic
Goal" won a SlO.tWO prize in 1944.
Eichmann Verdict
Hausner Gets
Acclaim For
Nazi Trial
Gideon Hausner's rise to fame
was highlighted by his successful
prosecution of Adolf Eichmann,
but he early showed the promise
which has made him Israel's most
SUOCi ssf al lawyer.
Son of a rabl i and member of
the Polish Parliament, the former
attorney general of Israel immi-
grated to Palestine in 1827 when
his father was ap|M>intc Consul Gem ral there.
Gideon Hausner graduated
from Hebrew I'niversity in 1910
and a >enr later completed his
studies at t'le Mandatory OOV*
enimenfs Lam Scht>ol in .leru-
uSssn,
He join* d the Hiuianoh while a
Inch school student, ami was for
two years Chairman of the stu-
dents' Association at Hebrew Uni-
versity He went on active duty in
1847 with the Haganah, and when
sin Lsrai I L)i fense Forces were s-
tablished became Military Pri
cutiii for first Jerusalem and thin
the.Ci ntral An a.
He Has first Deputv I'roseeutor-
Oearrml for the Ann) and later
President ol the Jerusalem Mili-
tary Court, rising to the rank of
major. After the War of Libera-
tion he reopened private law of-
fices, lectured .it the Hebrew
I uiversitj on Business Lea and
was named Attorney General in
I860,
Mr. and Mrs. Mori is Newmark.
Miami Beach religious and civic
cadets, will be honored dunnir
W( ,ii., aday night's gala banquet at
the Fontaim Mean Hotel, which
will mark the final session of the
fourth annual International Mid-
Winter Conference of the Ameri-
can Histadrut Development Foun-
dation.
The dinner, at wMofa dietary
laws will Ih- observed and dress
will be informal, is scheduled for
g*80 p.m. \Vednesda> in the
Grand Ballroom.
Principal speakers and special
guests of honor will be Gideon
i lausner, foi mi i Attorm j <". rural
of Israel and prosecutor of Nazi
murderer Adolf Eichmann,
I.. on 11 K' ysi rling, who scrvt >l
three sea; s as ( 'h.:;i.....!
Pn siii -.t Truman's Council of Ec-
onomic Ad"i Isei s.
>Ir. Keyserling, new national
president of the Israel Histadrut
Committee, is tUuu here to join
Mr. Hausner in honoring the
New marks, who have contrib-
uted more than s.'imi.imiii to His
taarut fr the construction of
five medical clinics and a s\na-
gSgUS in lsra-l through the Ku-
pat Holim.
The New marks, who were given
the Jerusalem Liberation Award at
the annual Labor Zionist-Farband-
Plonei r Women Israel Honds din-
ner last week, have been stalwarts
ot the Histadrut Foundation since
its Inception in Miami Beach eight
years ago.
Their award, which will pro-
claim t In-iii as t'hampions of
Israel, is being presented "in
recoi; nit hoi of a lifetime of lead-
ership and support to the State
of Israel anil its people as exem-
plified bj their devotion to the
Kupat Holim ol Histadrut."
Reservations for the dinner may
I* made by telephoning 538-1231
ii 538-3101, or in person at the
Histadrut offices, One Lincoln
Road Building.
0. MICHAll S0SSIN
Jacob Rifkin Chairman
Of Host Committee
Jai ngtime i hairman
oi til. Suit; i- i ii ida Council for
Mi dical S' rvlcea and V-. at -
Training i'' Israel, i- serving as
.-hairman of xho Internatio
Host Committee for the fourth
annual Mid-Winti i Conference.
JACOB KIFKtti
>!r. Rifkin, one of Ilist.ulrut s
most active national leaders, is |
\i,e president of the Hi-brew
Academy, president of the Flor-
ida i!i\isi.ui Ol the Xmericaii
Teehnion Society, a \ ie- presi-
dent at the American t-rieuds of
the Hebrew t ni\ersit\'s lo, .il
unit, and a national leader of
Israel Bands.
S rvi --.- w il h him on the steei
me, commit t' e tor the nfen nee
are Hi Mi ssi and M
Marvin Cooper, Morris Coopci
\:, stein. Hyma I ubi w .
i.i.i i is, net in Sai II -
Franc Entii tbi Fi
ihio Frl lei Gel-
i Bernard Gingold, Joseph
tjolol rg, Max Hecht.
Ais i Morris Honigbaum, Kal-
man Jablon, Bernard Katz, Harry
Kaatan, Joseph Krantz, Joseph
Kuiuva, I. Lederman, David Ma-
tanky, Kate MeMenberg, Benja-
min Meyers. Anna Quaker. Max
Rosen, Anna Rovinsky, Jacob
Schachtor. Gerald Schwartz, J. Z.
Stadlan. Nat I -i Tot-hie. Isaac I'n-
terman. Simon Wilensky. Isadora
Wolk. S Oder Wolson, Hairy York,
Josepb P. Zuekcrman.
MV. AND HIBS. MOMfS NfWMAffK
Sol Stein
To Talk At
Seminar
lir. Sol Sti II V-.1! one of thf
two p atui aki rs at Tuesday
afternoon's unique tax seminar in
the Lafayette Suite of the Fon-
l.ur. bl, -in Hotel. The 1 30 p m
s. ssi,in ia free and open to thi
public, but reservations must bi
made In a \\ ai
Seats for tin- seminar mill Im.
secured ii> telephoning the
riseutl\ -enlarged Histadrut rc-
gional Offices ill the One l.in-
coin Ko.nl Building at 588-1281
or SS8-SI01. Moshe Bennan is
1 lorida regional director of His
tadrut and \ ii tor llandelman is
a representative ol the national
olt.ee.
1 r, Sti in, who lasl year in Mi
.. as i kcted exH"ut Ivi
chairman ol t he Amei ii in
Histadrut Development Founds
lion, als.. as served for several
. ,i- Ion ii executive direc-
tot of the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee,
I niler ins leadership, the Hon.
Arthur Goldberg, former Justice
ot the I niteil States Supreme
Court and Anierieaii AmbaSSS-
ilor In the I inted Nations, was
s man ot tin- Histadrut Founda-
tion.
Dr Sti in w hose brilliant eco
non and theorj Is world
renowned, is a graduate of the
famous University of Ghent In Bel
n He is a formei executive ol
the Jewish National Fund and has
been a lifelong leader in Khali ol
the st.it. ol lsrai I,
His weekl) radio program on
new methods of inferred giving,
which supply major tax advant.ie
es to the donor and provide i;reat
assistance to the ^tate of Israel,
is heard weekly In New York City
and is rebroatlcAst in many other
cities. f
PAID ADV.


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*Jmist> tkrktiar
Friday. February 14 1969
Histadrut Conference Opens Tuesday
nf Isi .m ing busi<
mat firms, iiMiivutuais ai,.I govern-
>! -awioli ?.ii-himnii aiMl
lormei Attorney General of th<- nui aciiii> >. iii t in*
Slate of Israel fncs into Nflamt honor together with Leon if Key-
b ns th. conolud-
ii r of the Inurth annual
International Mid-Winter Confer-
race ni ih. American Histadrut
I >i'\riu|iiivni Foundation at the
Pontalnebk au Hotel, Mian
Mr. Hausrs i :ii> legal counai i
Fax Expert
Slated For
Conference
Fred R !'. ker b natioi ...
tax leg-
- ii Ion an I ted tax p
quest* ns involving charitable con-
trib featured
speal p cial w minar on
ern ii gr Ing during the f<
ai i al ktnal Mul-u
Conferenci ol the American His-
Init I 'i \ I iprm nt Fo u latoin.
Th- -! isii n ::' i and open to
public. :- led in th La<
it.- Suite ol the Fontaim I
Hotel ;it l 30 p.m T ii daj ai -
ling 'u Jacob Rifkin. rhaii
i. host committee foi the two-
daj conclavi
Mr. Becker i!l discuss "Mcth-
i.ii Increasing Your Own In-
e And At Th San* Time
Helping [si u I" dui Ing his pn
tatl
Formerly an executive in th
tax division of the United States
Department "f Justice, he later
was wiih th Offlci lative Counai l ol the i S Tn i
IVftartmmf.
1 >r Soi Sti in. internationally re-
nowned economist and executive
vice chairman of the Histadrut
Foundation, also will take part tn
tin- aeaoiaar, l>i Stein Is the orig-
ih.iUm c>f n popular radio series,
in Mew York City
anil elsewhere in thi' nation, F'^v met lor wills, l qu< sts
titles and income funds which
. lr major assistance to the
State of Israel
a member "t the Bar ol
Inn. .1 Stab i I >i>t 11. i Court
District ol I lolumbia,
lociati 'l ith
ton law firm
the
for
Mr
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I
Rop< s and <.'' aj H< ia ;i
the Harvard Law School and
will discuss th subject ol 1969
rax consequences
..I \ ii toua nn thods "t making
eharitabk coi ti ibutii ins
Judge l li rt> > i S Shapiro and
J)r Anna Brenner Meyers an co-
(hanni'ti nt the legal commltt
the lacael Histadrut Council "f
South Florida, oosponaon ol the
s.mmar with the national His-
tadvut Foundation headed by Wil-
liam H. Svlk ni Philadelphia
CALL YOUR
Handyman
IRISH AL"
AINT YOUR HOUSE
MOW YOUR LAWN
CLEAN YOUR ATTIC
OR GARAGE
WASH WINDOWS
ETC ETC ETC.
CREW OF 3
EXPERIENCED MEN
Quick Efficient Service
Call 947-1896

STAMPS ARE NOT POSTAGf
TO A COUKTOB
II tou mrt a Collector, \t Us,
For Sromps.
A I H STAMP CO.
Phone F44-M2I
r o. > 19, Man laaaafe,
mimmi, floride 331*4
m i lirm, nt. mi, ilectcd national
m1< ni oi t 'n Isi ai l Histadrut
omittei Mr, Keys* fling was
chairanan ol President Truman's
Council "i Economic Advisers
Ui liam II Sy.k ot Philadelphia,
national chairmanoi th. Histadrut
Foundation, .- il chairman ol
two-day conference which
ipera Tucsdaj at 11 a.m with a
brui chei t th F n I ahi bloau
honoring t.'i' National Advisory
loard of the Foundati
Rabbi Leoi Kroni -i: ia Floi I la
in and Jacob Rifkin ii
in of the In) i lost
(' in lave i X"
ted to '' ict a ime i ,000 di le-
om throughout the I'nited
:.\
Mr. aoi Mra. Morris Newmarli
of Miami Beaeh, who have osn-
ini.ui.i more than s.mki.imhi to
Histadrut for the bulMlas ol five
iiuiliral iiinics and a synagogue
tiiniiitii the Kupal lliiliin. lli--
t.ulrut'- medical .mil welfare
rrvtce arm. will i haaared it
the iliniDT.
A -I" i III BCI '
tages ni il< iii 11 'I git ing to Isi
through Hist idi it at l M
Tuesday will be another, highlight
of the two-d ij confei enci
1 ii Miih.ii I Sossin, |n *ident ol
the Im.h1 Histadrul Ca
South Florida \t
ranyi in. Mis f.ii the Mid-Wii I
I nee \\ iili Rabbi Kroi
and Mr Rifkii
Mr Hausnei, who I I heei
tome) general in the cabin t ol
l'ii mil i I i.i\ ui Eh n-Gurion for only
two weeks when he announced
Eichmann'i capture, achieved ii
ternationnl acclaim foi hi-- prose-
cution of Ailnll Hltler'n chiel \-
cnitii.n.r of 6.000.1*10 .!. v
Mr. Ke>*serilng, who has served
>w reoiii.nin- counsel to th govern-
ment nf larai I, to 'ii rial I n
Sat of >r.al UtaWPRVUii/a-
iiuii. and numerous foreign govern-
ments, is considered one "f i ht
foremost economists ol the 20th
century. He as consulted fre-
quently by Presidents John F
Ki nnedy and Lyndon B. Johnson
.iii. i serving first as vice chair-
man ami then as chairman for
three yean >>f President Harrj S
Tinman's Council nf Fcon imic
AiIxisiiv
Samuel J Lefrak is national
hairman and Lou PdUer ol Baj
Harbor Islands i^ associate in
Mar ol the Naoonal Aihiur> J
Board which meets Tuosdaj morn
ing tn kick i>ff the conference
They ill hear a n-|nirt on the
recently concluded International
Economic Conference In Jerusalem
by Mr Sylk and l>i Sol Stein,
executive rice chairman of the
Histadrul Foundation, who attend
cd the two-week sessions in Israel
during January
1 [i atlquartei t for t nelaw
m in the Hist.nil nt ..I ficea in the
i iiii Lincoln Roa I B ii ding, Miami
Beach.

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SIMCHAS
In Israel
It's a visit to the City of David and
Solomon Here through Damascus
Gate Jewish people pats freely to the
most venerated sites of their Biblical
heritage, now under their own
government for the first time in over
2,000 years. Above, a vendor of tamar
hindi (oriental drink) is being
photographed.
And here it's Yuban Coffee
Flavor so rich and gorgeous, Yuban
Coffee is like a delicious dessert at
breakfast, lunch or dinner time...
every cup a happy occasion, a
Simcha in itself I
Costs a little more. So good it has to.
The Simcha Coffee
X Ccrdaad Kotkr-Psirc by Rabbi Irraard Urj
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rbruary 14. 1969
*JenistiIhiiUtr
Paqe 15-A
Freeman And Mayberg To Head
Oholei Torah School Dinner Effort
, Fleet Manager Named
|>ufi'..is Milnvr Chevrolet has ;m-
nounr il the m lection of n new
flevt manager. Named to fill (he
pofct \- a Allen Kanr. )O>0 S\V
H9thit"t.. liu 1 ir tin- past five
oars has been connected with
|A-"<' *. Calif, dealers and
Lusty i ii! Miami
speci II Bed in m w ai d usi d
Frank Freeman and Morion II
Mayberg have been named oo-
chairmen of the second annual
Scholarship Dinner of the Oholei
Torah Day School of Greater Mi-
ami according to an announcement
this week by Menashe Hindi,
president of t he school.
The dinner, which will I*- held
Sunday evening, Ft b. 23, at the
Deauvillc Hotel, will honor Mr.
and Mrs Sidney Stein of Miami
Beach, who will be cited for their
"devotion to and support of all
phases of Intensive Jewish educa-
tion Imth at the local and national
levels "
the Worn n's Committee.
Mr. Freeman has l>ecn a Miami
attorney for more than 17 ye.us
Specializing in international law
and has been active on behalf of a
variety of causes in the field of
intensive Jewish education.
Mr. MayherR. a native of Provi-
dence. Rhode Island, has been a
resident of Miami Beach for the
past ten years. He is on the board
of directors of Congregation Both
Israel, serves as secretary of the
executive committee of the Me-
sivta High School of Greater Miami
and is president of Camp Can Is-
rael of Di'land. Florida.
Alex Kleiman. Rosenberg, Sam Schechter, Rab i
Also Rabbi A. Korf. Dr. I, Ma- M. Simon, Rabbi .1 Sukenik, San -
kovsky, Louis Makovsky, Prof. S lei Waldman, Kabin P Weberma
Nadler, Rabbi <; Orimland, Harr\ I ind Rabbi Berel Wein
Also named to key post- for the Among those named to the Gen-
ual Oholei Torah event were eral Committee of the school's din-
Murray Rosenberg who will he,id
the 1 ii ki i Committi e; Philip
nor were: Israel Blchachi, Hahhi A.
Blesofsky, Beril BUach, Morris
Brafman Jacob C Cohen, Leonard
ad the Arrange- Foidman, Martin Genet. Benjamin
ttee; and Mrs. Mi- Gluoek, Aaron Goldman, Mr.
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"iJewiislli Floridliain
'Crisis On Campus9 Is
Discussed By UAHC
Florida Friday, February 14. 19S9
Section B
Now Solomon Schechter School
To Open In S. Dade Next Fall
n announn f opening next Si pt< mber nf
i '..I lade Solomon Sch< ch-
s. hool wiiti registiatlon
w being accepted for kindergar-
..... i grade.
The m w day school, under the
- nf the Uniti d Synagog h
y. Arm rica, congregational body of
,iii\. Judaism, \\ill i*' Uk
t d in a newly constructed fa-
; at 1 -' >\\ 12 ith St.
A compk te edui atii i1 pro-
; Ing genei al and .1 i-
.'. ; by III'
i >ade Ji n :-:. tool.
Mi mbi i cs "f ilir Unit-
e coopi rating in ]or
Schi chti i
S ai Congregation !' th
kavid, Ti mple < >r Olom, Ti
I I Ti mple Zamora In I 'oral
kal s.
- ilfi past presiili nt of
In S .,: the United
'i'.'mi is ^. i \ Ing a-
i it ni oi the board <>t ti l
l>r. Iitii'di- Cohen, aaatataat
professor ol MMiologJ aad chair-
man oi the Dtvtston of flsrlal
Sciences at Barrj College, has
been named chairman <>f Ism
sehaofs aiucatlea e*sasalttee.
Also serving on the education
om ire I.> us Schwartz-
itivi 'in' etui' of the Bu-
ni ol Jewish Education who will
assist In stablishing standai Is for
the Hebraic pn igi am; I Ii i sch Ber-
a ll' in aisl ig-stand-
ing teacher al Beth David Hebrew
School who will !>< acting admin-
itor "i ili>' school; Mrs. Da\ Id
Kasner, a specialisl in clinical re-
i ading at Mc i Jli nnan
School, and Mrs. Ralph Fistel, a
ti icher at EC verg lades Elementary
School
Russell, Hill Named
To Tel Aviv U. Post
Rob 11 Rush U and Morton Hill.
'i Miami industrialists .in.I
:opists, have bi en eh cted
key leadership positions in the
nerican Friends of Tel Avi\ I'm-
ity, it was announced here tins
p. k by Dani.l G. Ross of New
<. national chairman ol tlu-
ll of director! of tin organiza-
Wr. ItnaaeU, general chairman of
- j Combined Jewish Appeal-
I Emergency Fund, aco pti >i
joint i ositions ol presidenl of
S nt *i- asti i n Region ol the
man Fin n.ls ol Ti I A\ i\ I'ni-
i and pii sidenl ol the Flor-
Chapt r <>f the organisation
U' -i suppoi ta larael's aecoi d
st and fastest growing Instl-
i igher education.
Mi Hill, chairman >! the Corn-
it on Ui ban Affairs "i the
".i Ji wish Federation,
i i-i. .1 \ ice pn sidenl the
?iMa Chapter of the Tel Am
inization He is a
It. i ol Fedi ration's executive
hmittec and was a member "i
mal Inited Jew ish Appeal
Israel In 1967. v
I li' the a.tivi-
i the Amei lean Frienda "l Tel
- University throughout the
Mi. i n states A foundi i "i T i
l him i sit v. In' ill work
\ m Ith I 'i- George S Wise,
: -i I : ol the ui Iversit) I
': i;..s. n. di put) chali man '! the
ird, ol vernors Mi I loss > I
. riean Ft ii nd i pn skl< nt i
i\ ll Kanti i In acci Ii i it ii
ttosftr Kussm
BUppOl t "! 'I. I Avis I ':.;\ i 9lty ill
Mii-n kej an .> as Atlanta, Pal n
Beach, Birmingham. Memphis and
ill.- i'ai'"inns.
Mi Hill, also a : a r ol Ti '
\\i\ 1 ni\. isil.. is ix-tin'1 ind
ti i.ilist and f"i ni'-r 1'n-sicl. nt ni the
(' lebrook Kmltm^ Milis in l!ii-
liah A im-mM f th. board of
tin ctors of tfto YM V.MIA ol
Greater Miami, h<' was vice chair-
man "i the I'kiT tsrsu I I mi rgencj
Fund campaign beaded i>.. Mr
Ml R isa il. i lent and
man of Ihe board of K is* I ai imi-
> Hi" .1 Miami is v lee pn si-
lent "i the Gr< ati r Miami Jew ish
Federation and a member of it<
nee itive rommitti c 11" m as vice
chairman ol the CIA-HK In 1967
and assoi iate ehairman last >
m
Four leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1969
Combined Jewish-Israel Emergency Fund ampaign. who
icrticipated in the first Leadership Conference held al
emple Israel, are (from left): Morton Siiberman. J. George
ofman, Mrs. Harry B. Smith and Joseph Mondres.
DK. ituom COHIN
Thi
Fl I'nioi
\
Hill I* held S '

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i!i-|.-mi. s by Rabbi Sa
I.
Ibram

lent
t thi pn | I by
. I. i" 11 I' i : izin
din ctor, will 'l> al w ii h the -
Pet: "Jud
'.-
I'm i for the
ing will be D Walter Zand Flor-
ida area director ol the American
Jewish Committee and associate
professor oi homan relations at
the University "! Miami.
In addition t" Dr. Zand
dress, therV wHI be ft ayi
c insisting of si lent fi
Univi i sity of Mil IF u iila
M lantic l niversity, n leral b)
Barton I " II a membi x-
. i' mittei "i the So
Flori la Fi''' i at ion.
Discuss on seminars wl I
b; R Vrt r Z Sti inberg.
Ti mple I".' ill Am; St vi n B. Ja-
Templ I
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DR. WAlTtR ZAND
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Speaker Sunday


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Serving < honorary ehair-
wMh Mr ICahn an ok,
- oopt* Jai-ub
5oodaaai /, Margoflei
V!-n*ify#r. Leo Robtaaon and
Harry Roam
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I Kranu Wiltta
bank Kiral Moarovtu Rabbi
a< hi m i', Sa< Rabbi a j
<. Idor Spotter ar,.i p
The .Sorial Bhklia
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami will
Or a da nee and games night
in tfM '; Kl | fjtHTl of lr
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Kat
Congregation i I t,-(k-
neaftay vt rang it 8 I
the Sorial H am will
of The*1.'* a National Women's
Leas>.>e sen;.'
Joseph Seopp. program i-hairman.
*nd will f.a
as soloist with Mrs |
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ii In ;.(.-! Rwbnrnin pool,
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a wt ii ,-,s individual
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Max Arzt To Speak At Emanu-El Forum
OR. MAX AMJ
Problems Of Jewry
Is Y Panel Topic
"The Jew and His World." a
discuaeion Hi world Jewry today,
Mill be presented al Ihc YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, 8500
SW 8th St.. .n Tueaday at
p.m.
The program, aponaored by the
Y in cooperation with the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, will fea-
ture Mrs. Charlei Flnkelatein, pasi
president ol American Jewish
Committee, u discussion leader
Tho discussion will delve Into
the accomplishments, set-backs
.-mil dilemmas ol ail Jews in the
\ iiiii .1 Stati -
In Max Arzt. vice chancellor of first volume
b .1 wish Theological Seminary vision effort a
I America; will speak on "Juda- llahed.
tnd ChristianityM al 10:19 a.m.
Sunday, highlighting the second Perry Kay<
i".lit. ol Temple ECmanu-El's Sunday S
-; Forum Sei, Tin-
! in the public at
hai ges, u ill l'
h' I I i ol tin'
Miami Ben gal Ion's new
Social li.i J I lilding,
1701 Washingtoi Ave.
Israi l (; Ids) In Pi ofi ssor of
leal Tin i io.:.> on the faculty
of the seminary's Rabbinical
School, Dr. Aral has served as vice
jjbai lloi tine 195] ol the Semi-
nary, ral binical training Institu-
tion "f the Conservative movement
ol American Jewry.
Recently honored bj the Semi-
on the occasion "i his 17th
year In the rabbinate and _T years
n trw Seminar} faculty, I>i Aral
i the author ol Talmudlc re-
hes which aji|iiill m the
i ibt lee \ otumes published in honor
il l Vol. ssor All xandcr Mai k
Profcssoi Mordecai M. Kaplan He
is contributing editor of "Juda-
Isn and recently had published,
"Justice and Mercy," a bookonthe
origii and contemporary meaning
hi the High Holy Day liturgy
M. is a mi mbi r of the Transla-
Committce which Is preparing
i completi K i. v i-i d English trans-
lation of The Holy Scriptures un-
it i the a< is| Ices >l the .' ish Pub-
lication Soclet) ol An lira The
I'm.ill, the Ki\ Books ill Moses
in the historic re- Series, a highlight of Temple 1.700 families,
[ready baa been pub- Emanu-EI's adult education pro- Concluding program is scheduled
n coordinated bj Rabbi Irving Feb. 23 when Dr. H
ia chairman ol the Lei tual leader of the ha im, presidi nt ol I u S
in: I ireakfa .ik
In a unique ceremeny, Richard Essen lofl I;
Mcster of Hibiscus Lcdenf F. and AM. What wo? unique
about the ceremony was the fact that the instaMi-n officei
was Ben Essen, Richard.-, lather, who was installed in tic
same post 20 years ago.
Launching the Greater Miami Jewish Fedeia ion's 1969
Combined Jewish Apoeal-lsrael Emergency Fund cam-
paign for the Miami Lawyers Division are. left to right
(seated) Marshall S. Harris and L. Jules Arkin; standing
(left to right) Robert H. Traurig and Senator Richard Stone.

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Hot Purim Supper Dishes

Tuna Burge
By Esther Feinberg
Here arc quick, nourishing ideas, particular!) de
signed lo appeal lo young appetites. You can serve
I hem either before or after \our children have col
lected iheir Haman raschen treats, and be sine these
dishes will prose a treat as well. They'll keep the rest
ol sour family happv too.
J^Broiled Supper Rolls

I 11 ounce i an uin.i. ill uincd and
Raked
I t up soft bread ci umK
i 2 cup chopped eclerj
? tablespoons minced union
I 2 cup HI IIMWN'S" HI si |.ions'*
Real Mayonnaise
T tablespoons chili sauce
i teaspoon peppei
4 hamhurgci buns, split and toasted
I us- tuna with biead ci umhs, ecler) and
onion t ombiiK Real Mayonnaise with
chili sauce and pepper: -in into Inn a
mi slurc I >'i m into 4 patties -mil plat
bakingshcel Bake in t"5dcgrcr. thoti
oven IS minutesoi until lighils biowned
lo pan fry: I hill mixture at least I houi
Foi in into patties and fi\ in light!)
pre ed skillei ovei low heal about *
mini lies. 1111111114: once, or unnl brow ned
on both si les Scrscon hamhurgei buns
Makes 4 tuna boigeis. 1 llellmann s Best
I nods Real Mas,inn.use has light,
delic.ih il.i.oi that brings out the best
111 .'liiei foods 1
Baked Noodles and Tuna
1 1 s.i,in.e 1 package noodles C*J
1 tablespoon mai gai ne
ip (inch chopped onion
p find) chopped gr en peppei
(
: incd
: to 7 ounce

I t' up
I tablespoon k
IspOOn sal!
I 1 up in I I M ISS's in si I 111 .
Ri M onna -e
;
p find) shrcddi J \;i el fese
ng sailed watci
r- i>n p.iv kage; drain
Meanv II mai garinc in tmall
s,killci \dd onion, green peppei and
nuishroi 1 00k osci low heat, stirring
frequent I), until lendci ( ombinetuna,
lom.do. lei'' .,!:. pepper.sauteed
vegetables and Real Mayonnaise in large
bowl Vdd noodles, then milk Mix well
Put into greased quart casserole
Spi inkle with cheese Hake 111 400 degree
I 1 hot' men about 20 minutes 01 until
si ell he.iied and cheese i- nulled Make*
h sei ings ,
4 hard cooked eggs, find) chopped
I 4 kiip in 11 itess s in -1 11 ii mis
K...I Mayonri
I tablespoon niusiard with horseradish
I 2 teaspoon s.,ii
! 4 teaspoon ^i ,iied onion
Dash peppei
4 frankftirlci buns
I 4 ^ lip Ml I I SI INS 's 111 ,| I Real Ma)onnaise
' cup finely shredded Vmcricancl
Combine eggs I 4 cup Real Mayonnaise,
mustard with horseradish, sail, onion and
peppei split buns lengthw isc Spread
in- des iill i em.imini; I 1 ,.up Real
Ma)onnaise and sprinkle with I 4cup
cheese 1 ill w uh salad mixture Sprinkle
w ith remaining I I cup cheese HioiI4
inches fiom source of heal t to 4 minutes
oi unnl cheese is bubbl) and i<
toasted Makes 4 sei s mgs
>||>
'sr
&GF*
Chili Bean Burgers
I i I -poi m,i > i .,n red kidne) K
diained
i cup iii 11 si \ss s in sr hki .
Re i M
lesp'I'M-" hopp vl on
II poll,lei
.Ibi ef. seasoned as
desired and -' io4 patties
i hambui split
slices
((nion i ii
Ki M .....onion
pow del Hiod ha '
until done as
I
Broil I
11 ii re is
'. brow ned Meanwhile, I
ills p f p Horn
i. irn -h w 'ill torn ito slices
.ii,! union rings S
VI I sei \ ings
Baked Chicken Croquettes
I chu ken bouillon cube
' tablespoons boiling walci
I J cup hi i i sunn's,'si si i,
k. I M
: in --.ill
I ieas|
. I
I up
. ,li -.. lei nubs
I' ,e I
i I R( VI
onion si,., u v
nis
thorou) hi) with a I I S
iroquctli R
1
Kike n 4 I
to '0 minutes oi
\l i -1,. i
I iHXls i- >\ h i| I J\s
cream) smooth /^
Japanese Egg Omelet
- etes
- Ill I I SI \SS s |l| -. I I I ills
Real Mayonnaise
l i teaspoi>n so) sauc .*
I 4 leaspoi'ii inono-i'ilaini gllllamatC
I -1 leasp "
Dash sail
I tablespoon find) minced scullions
I teaspoon margarine
Beat eggs ,iinl Real Masonn,
ntil well blended Stii so)
sauce, monosodium glulamalc. sug
-.ill and mixlu'c Melt
margarine in 7 inch omelet pan. osei low
heat Pom in egg mi' osci
low heal i ntil egg is set I urn omelet and
, oak unl .1 hghth bi Sei vc
immediatelv Makes I Vou<
Hellm.inr I'. I ihkIs Ri
Mayonnaise in recipes like il..-. with no
:

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HcllmannS i- know n .i i
Betl I ,','J- Ii -1'
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World
' age 4-B
Friday. February 14. 1969
1 Airs. Landau Heads
Miami Dropsie Unit
\X rn-\ unit of the Friend* of
- ops* beei ncan-
ril in the Greater Miami an-a.
|w announced by Dr Abraham
Kstsh preside lit at the post-
tadu iti Institutioi rtab .- I GO
u Dr.
Kauh recently arMr-s orcnnfaatlonaJ meeting
sought together professional. lv-
'. r.|iKious arwl business In
# . i ster Miami Friends of
Z^opaie College
Mrs Sol Landau was nani.il
man of the Dropsie College
hit. She is the wife of th.- .[ m t -
V4'1' I'-ader of Beth Da\i.l Congre-
. Slion ami a m.n.lT of th.- Na-
inal <'.xincil of Overseen ot
UropRle College
The Greater Miami Friends wii:
.mk the activities and objective!
M Dropsie Collage to South Flor-
**$. tOt LANDAU
Kia The group mil also present
of the Drojsie CoUege sehol-
ars on a t .:- j.latforrn. provide
an opportunity for Miami area .-.l-
ut-ationai mstltutiom to benefit
from their knowledge, arvl m gen-
eral will seek to ennrh the cul-
tural life of the community.
Similar umu of the Fi i. ndl of
Dropsie College have been organ-
ized bi several other cities in the
United states and Canada
The Dropsie College for Hebrew
and Cognate Learning, a n.n-
set/tarian university with studenti
Tiling from all over th. world, is
tlht only institution of its kind in
the 1'nitod Stat>>s completely dedi-
cated to the study Lading to the
I. tree of Doctor ot Philosophy
| Ph.D. i, of Hebrew Biblical stirf-
ies. Middle Eastern cultural lan-
guages and high.! Jewish edVfca-
I tion
i
During its more than sixty year
history. The Dropsie College has
had but three Presidents. Dr.
Abraham I. Katsh was inaugurated
as the third President in Novem-
ber. 1967. Descend, d from a lor.g
line of rabbis and scholars, ne
came to fHoj.si. College from Now
York University, whose faculty he
Joined in 1933. Dr. Katsh is the ;
author of a score of liooks. which
Include "Judaism ami the Koran" 1
and "Scroll ot Agony."
Mrs I.andau. a frw lance |>ho- '
tograprMT. is a co-founder of the
Fine Arts of Beth I>nvid Congre-
gation an.l is Chairman of its Fine
Arts School She is active In /.i-
omst an.l community affaiis and is
a frequent lecturei
Checking reservations for the Mt. Sinai
Auxiliary Life Membership Luncheon Febru-
ary 21 at the Diplomat Hotel are (seated,
from left;: Mrs. Leon Ell. Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin
and Mrs. Samuel Seltzer; and (standing
from left; Mrs. Samuel Wiesen and Mrs
Max Kesselman.
Temple Kmaiiii-Kl Sisterhood Slates Festival Of Art
The Temple Kmanu-hl Sister-
hood will present an International
Alt! Festival in the Miami Ifa-ach
COngregat ion's new art gallery.
1701 Washington Ave.. from Sun-
day, Feb. 23, through March .'!.
Mrs Bernard D. Kaplan. Sister -
hood president, h.is announce. I
The exhibit will encompass fine
art from throughout the world.
featuring outstanding Jewish art-
ists fiom the United States. Israel
and Furope in a variety of media
and styles.
Coordinating the International
Beth Am Sisterhood

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It ^ u_ tg ^Bj V i 1 m*3

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The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
1 Am will hold a luncheon meeting
Wednesday, at 1130 a.m. in the
Youth Lounge. The program will
; feature a presentation of the
drama duet, Helaine I.ipinskv and
Blanche Brass in Fast River" by
! Sholem Asch.
Funny Girl' Benefit Set
A benefit performance of "Fun-
ny Girl" win tie iponsored b) thi
South Florida Council of the Chil-
dren'! Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital, Will be held SUI
evening at the Carib Thentn
. Beach Mis Gordon Levisoi
la Itaii man of th. event
Arts Festival, which will open
to the public in the evening as well
as during daytime hours except for
the Sabbath, are members of the
T- mple EmanuaEI Sisterhood Fine
Arts Committee, hca.i.ti by co-
chairmen Mrs, William Plte. Mrs,
PYedric Miller and Mrs. Nathan
l.a Tuchie.
Mrs ALifSndcr Muss was named
patrons' chairman and Mrs. Leon-
ard Fried>and a.cepiisl the [>osi-
tion of chairman of the preview
committee. Mrs Harold Brooks is
serving a- an advisor, Mrs. Al Pod-
vin as hostess chairman, Mrs.
Meyer Marks and Mrs. Andre Bia- r,,UL, A. Bunim as publicity
lolenki as c x>rdinators and Mrs. man
MUtS. UtMAtP KAMA*
chair-
Leoders of the Women's Division of the 1969 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Plan final details of
the Initial Gifts Luncheon to be held Monday at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Shown (from left) are: Mis. Sol Goldstein,
president. Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of the day; Mrs.
Sidney Schwartz, campaign chairman; and Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg. Benefactors chairman.
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Taking part in the recent "Mother-In-Israel" Luncheon of
the Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi Women were 'from left,:
Mrs Sally Gold. Mrs. Jay Dermer, Mrs. Hyman Kolko.
pres.dent of the chapter, and Mrs. Irving Schnux. chair-
man of the "Mother-In-Israel" Fund.
TtV Miami Qolricn Art
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a lui t Hibis is Auditi >i lum
The l k r ol True Sis
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Israeli Soprano Is Due
For Bond Conference
tnla l>,-i\ rath, the Israeli so-
i" i ', w i .i ;>ai in concert at
ih. i;y International Inaugural
1 fen miv for State ol Israel
Bonds Saturday evening, Mar. 1.
;il till Koiitaiii- hlrau Hoti 1.
s:k uiir |h 11,ii in al the Inaugu-
ral Dinner of a four-day Interna-
tional parley which will paj trib-
uti to G n 'i igaJ Alton, Deputy
e Ministi i ol the State of
Isra< l and its Ministi r of In
sorption
Aupeartas with Mlaa Davrath
WtU )' I'im li.'is /iilu-rm.in. Iiril-
li.int .'*->t-ur-old \ioliii virtuoso,
wh.i will |m-i 'form Mciiili'Nsiihirs
\ inliii ( inn irlu.
Mis i Hill be feat ired in
< \i i .; ti i'ii "("osi Fai T ii ti."
Th I (on dim.in-
i u I i Bohi mi "
Ni'tania Davrath, a star of op-
: ci mci i' ind oi atoi ia in hi r
is l iding soprano of
tin- Isi ai I 0|XTa and the favoi it.'
-i uf the renuw m il Israel

NITANIA DAVRATH
Philharmonic.
She has appeared with the lead-
ing orchestral groups in this coun-
try, including the New Jfork Phil-
harmonic. She has perform) 'I in
concert in Town Hall in New York,
and ha* I*', n acclaim. .1 for her
I" rfoi n ai ci a with the Chicago
Symphony and the California
t 'hambcr Sj mphony.
Miss Davrath, who tii gs in eight
lanjj adi h r An rican op-
. ratic debul as Pamina in the Bos-
ton i ipera Group's "The Magic
Flut.-' s. veral years ago Since
then, she has appeared with the
Ni w York City < >|h ra, the San
' i isco < ip ra and has made
i an} nationw ide tours. In addi-
tion, she has rformed in i << ital
in Vieni .i and as a soloist with
th.' London Symphony. She is a
vai guard n cording star
Pinchas Zukerman, winner of
the covi tril I ..\i ".; ritl Award in
1967, has !i n haili 'I by ci it ics,
musician* ami the public in all
! ai ts of tin Thr Isra.'l-
lorn virtuoso ,has performed with
t!'. Pittsburgh, Seattle ami Mont-
real Symphonies,
He received his early training
at th.' Israel Conservatory ami th.'
A. a.l. 'in ..I V' sic in Tel Aviv ami
came to the attention <>f Pablo
is and Isaac Stem In Israel in
1961, when both wi re participating
i the h'nst Festival ..! Music
there. The) arranged ins first \isii
I., th.' Unit i States with thr as-
'.t the America-Israi I ('
1 il Foui latioi \ -; udent ol
. i s.-i .. il in New Yoi k,
v hi .I. hi : is tii. renow noil
. in, he m.. ' Feb. .") last y< ar, when he
:.l \\ ith th.- New Yoi k
Philharmonic al Lincoln Center.
Among those who participated in a recent
all-day pro school seminar sponsored by
the Council cf Jewish Congregational Pre-
School Teac'nei.i of South Florida were (from
left): Mrs. Nathan Stern, secretary and semi-
nar chcuman; Mrs. Leo Brandeis. presi-
dent; Louis Schwaitzman, executive director
ot the Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs. Ar-
thur Goldpn, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Saul Penick, treasurer.
Interfaith Meeting } >,alzoh To Russia
_ -% "T Harry Kaminer, formerly repre- other Passovci i>aekaKes t"
Set By Sisterhood
Thr cut of Brotherhood" will
be the theme .>i an int. rfaith meet-
ing in l' held by the Sisterhood
ui Tc mplc Israel >>; Greati r Miami
at 12:30 p.m. W< tinesdaj at the
Temple, according t.i Mis. ( lifford |
Nvwmark, Sisterhooil president.
Bill Smil h, program din >r of
IVKAT, "ill moderate a panel dis-
cussion w hich will feal as pan-
elists i;iv Futhei David Punch
i Sari cd Hi ai I Church, Home-
I; r. \ R ml T Bailai
f Coral Gabl egati
R ti.' i .'is, i h It. Na-
i ui spii ituul Ii adi i .>: Temple Is-
rael.
Mrs Hcnrj Nelsoi .- ;ra
I I .11! I
- ntative ol The I >a> Wew Is
rial in I >. troit, Michigan, and
now Miami Beach representative
for the Int.Ttra.il Express Corpor-
ation of New York, states thai it
i 11.\ pel mit t.'.l ti. ship mat. oh and
HARRY KAMINIK

at l\ s :i 1: :s-i i I iilt COI '
: .' ay be sent wl i
can i" is. d in for
thai I"" pose Ai ii -les such as
i i -. i \ hi i I
ubil ma; als si
Furthi i infoi mat ii m maj I
Ml Kan t
B and P Hadassah Group
1: i; i
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Mian
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'
Dr. Mandelbaum To Address Gathering
Of National Women's League Branch
I i i' i nai 'I Mandi Ibaum presi-
di nt '. The .1 ish Tin i
Beniim ol Ami i k i, w ill >
y .i .
1: ,. Hall I > ssi rt ('offee, on
'I .i ;u H l i |
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i f the Ant i-
1 i the
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Bt I \ re Hotel Coffee S
at s ,. Mr Roth will
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t Kyes ot the H'nai U'rith Wi
.
Mis i |sii i,. ni i i- pi
. ; I!, i.'ti Silverstein is Al >L
chaii
MIRRORS
CLEAR OR ANTIQUE
FOR WALLS
I0ORS
VANITIES
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from
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Dr Mandelbaum, a distinguished
'- in as noted thei o-
is the author ..! the i ci
ishetl "i'h..us. Lifi is I-..-
it the S' minai 's am lal
I. : I lolj I lay messagi s and is
\ i in
II form ser
.it Hi- S ninai
i NBC Ra
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Dpi
a s|>eeial "Chani|>a
i I i in which 1'.. n< factors will
with Dr Max Arzt, vice
i of the Seminar) A
tor is a woman who con-
tributes $100 or more in support ol
dm .it ional programs .it the
and cons) ruction ol a
- lence hall to house worn, n
dents studying al the Seminary's
Teach is Instil ite t.i become re-
us school I. achers,
Mrs. Oscar Sindell will ix- chair-
of the evi nt Mrs. Lillian
Rothschild, corresponding ecre-
tary, is In charge ol reservations.
Review To Aid Students
Mrs. I M. Weinstein will review
Hi. book, "Nicholas and Alexan-
dra" al a .I.-si it gathering spon-
I by thi Alpha Kpsilon Phi
Alumnae Assoi iation of < Si i ater
Miami al l 'il p m Saturday Pro-
nt will benefil the
assi it stud I aid fuml Mrs
rtii Spectoi is pn sirlenl and
S( \. \ Tobin is .-ii iii
Off. BtRNARO MAHDtlBAUM
Shmuel Lapin Is Speaker
Shmui 1 Lapin, dii i ctor .! the
YIV'O Institute for Jewish Re-
search in New York, will the
feal .'..I speaker al the dinner ol
the YIV<' Committi e ol Greater
Miami to l' held .i u p.m. Sunda>
at the Barcelona Hotel. On Satur-
day evening. Mr. Lapin will ad-
dress the weeklj YFVO forum at
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach.
Alma And Lee Featured
The singing learn ol Alma ami
Lee will lie featured al 8:15 p.m.
S it irdaj al Ahaval Shalom Con-
s SW 67th Ave. The
event is sponsored by the syna-
.. 's Sistei h H..I In charge ol
tickets are 1 lorothy Rirhn an and
i Zalis.
us Axtiaoo
COLLINS
GLASS
CUSTOM GIAJS
ro aii mmdkmm
1008 5 th St.
1 531-7697
The Complete Music Store
9 (Illegro
Th. lifH tmito* "ic trT mfcHgM* -,
CUJStCL nt IMTBWUITU. aowisTic wo fohusi editions
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRS INSTRUCTION
30S ARAGON AVE, CORAL GABLES
ffiSITf Ui TtRHIStL
rttoirs u*-nti
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AH of a smhlen, it's the in.st a\.uit thing a head of
hair can *.li>. It can be one lone curl pinned onto a
leek hair-do. Or two of them falling carelessly where
two Ruiiliis used to be. Or a whole [etching head-ful.
Whichever. Whatever. If you'd like to be the charm-
ing girl with the brand new i ml, see us. We have
hundreds of ideas on the subject and we'll scaiJi
until we liud the one that's exactly perfect foi you.
SALON UE COUTURE
3143 PONCE DE IFON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES
445-8591
445-8592


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Friday. February 14. 1963
j-rances ts-L^cfi
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the
Women
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club.
Then
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in*.
-'hit -'"
were. Th R.it "Child-
M'l Hour. Th.- Maids'" and Minor
Pal B
Prom elementary Khool d iyi the and hrr brother J.je
went to th< (inmf> Dramatic -School. Jo*- was thf on.' w th
th bubbly ;> > Mind) ..s th*- quiet on.' who went
to <:- to try to gat out of her shell She did]
Jo- m otl tf- n;.. '>ut Mindy stayed at dra-natic
chooi Sh- began to enjoy the classes more as the plays
c ittu- -.long It was at tn-s time that she decided she wanted
t>> become an act: Ballet lessons also became a part of
h.-r training She excelled in e+erything dramatic at Coral
- High
me went to Syracuse University be-
I thai the) h id a part-
' i Her mother" r aranted her t.> get the
Idea oul going on the stage out of her mind. She n h
good at math like her oldei brother Henry The) warted
hr to HM her dramatic ability as an aeootlotl ind to use
hT math a> .iccuunting or la. But she was
She Mi mi two years ago when her
fattv felt tii.! led her There la
.1 K M nd) ''id h.-r mother e\en
her mother continued to d:^. i of
beint at ol
She worked it the Mi
. i i I Play! tart ing with cti

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n i
li 11 11 that
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To make

t',. gi
She thinks is m i i
to g I New Drama School a ilch li con-
tad with Lii York She enjoyi a
hi ciii sli k 1 '
n to
York ihe h 11 i teen a I
p nted her
them on th White v. .
She iikc- to write foi hei nvn enjoyment She never
ne her wo laya they wouldn*! understand
la moati) i She right I didn"t un
n.l BO Wi M i- t liking .itff.lt either S!u- DUtS
down her free thoughts She writes In spurts. mayl** one
three words n i ir) She write- aboul happen*
and thir: n to an]
.i She
id
She the Ring Theater al
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r you. Mil
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Sanry Lynne Keys Weds Simon Bloom
AtfSS NtMKItTTA COMN
Henrietta Cohen
To Wed Luis Krill.
Parent! Announce
Mr and Mrs. j.^. Cohen. .T70
S\V 17th Rd.. announce the en-
gagement of their daighbT. Hen-
rietta to Luis s Brill son of Mr
and Mrs L. Brill. 134.") West Ave..
Miami B-aeh.
Miss ("..hen served as president
of Hiliel B'nai R'nth Girls when
she was a Student at ("oral Gables
Senior High School. She is pres-
ently attending th>- University f
Miami, where she is in her junior
year.
Her fiance, now affiliat.-d with
Florida Power and Light Co.. re-
ceived his Bachelor's degree in
electrical engineering from the
I'mversity of Illinois, where he
was a memlier of Etta Kappa N'u.
electrical engineering honorary.
The wedding date will be in
December.
Nancy LyBBM Keys daughter of
Ml .i-i Mrs Jay Burtur. Keys.
12550 Palm Rd North Miami, b, -
ram.- trw bddo of Simon H Bloom
Jr.. in a 4 p.m. cereOHSB) at Tempi.-
Isra. i Sunday. Fab. 9 A reception
a* the temp <' the I
many.
Ki yt was maid "f honor
for tin- bride, a grad it
Mia 'i and tr-.. I'ni-
Ann Arbor.
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re he w
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Um lav
t'lott. I rich A G
After .. her
lalai la. tin
at 12401 NE 16th Aw N I
Miami
AIM. SimON W. ItOOM, ;t.
Esta Sue Steiner Is Engaged To Marry
LAMES turn your "don't
need*" and "can't wear's"
into cosh. ACT II
1352 Washington Avo.
Phono 534-0001
miii 1ST A SUE STEfNER

Sti iner I ird Lewis
has need by her
ents Mi and Mn 9 rdnej Sb ki
oi United S Youth
18020 V.'. I9tti Ave.
Th. nsi I. paal | h sid" i *
gregation B'nai Ra i a
: Norland Sen,'- H
i| and Adelphi Baatanaa Ool
She is now employed with *
spurts wear manufactui
I! whoae parents ar->
Mr. and Mrs Rots rt Sctnritz. l
\\\ a also a sxada
of N i an i s. nioi High Tiihoal li -
i-tt. nded Miami-Dade Junior C
lege an I i~ pn sent I j 1
Floi Baity,
ere he ia magabt c
n| Tii i t k
Photographic
Portraits by
JUST WHAT THE
DOCTORS ORDERED.'
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MEDICAL SECRETARY COURSES
ADELPHI SCHOOLS
Gables
444-6823
N. Miomi
757 7623
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Paqe HE
TEXACO
Colonial type station
se. Good profit poten-
lid company trailing.
ocean woterway In
area. H. W. Ingram
lone 633-8516.
WING ROUTE
fcs few hours per werk.
ii' .it secured by in-
ry. Total price S8.000.
[national Business
[Brokers Inc.
)upont Plaia Center,
Miami, Florida
hone 377-9680
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Parf Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing invntory.
smoll investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
HOME AND OFFICE
ZONED RC
Spacious two story 3 bed-
room home with formal din-
ing room, living and Florida
room, large eat in kitchen.
Adjoining medical offkt plus
efficiency apt. ideal for pro
fessional man or large fami-
ly. Only S39.800. Coll R.
Storm Monday for details.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
357 Miracle Mile 443-7423
Business Opportunity
JEWISH AMERICAN
NEIGHROSH01D
Delicatessen qnd Cater Ser-
vice in S.W. shopping center,
aress S60.000 nt SI!) nn
Must soil Illness. Price $9,000
Good Terms. Consider reason-
able offer.
Includes Fixtures & Inventory
GONZALEZ REALTY
2379 Coral Way 445 7891
Biscayne Blvd. Site
200 FT. frintin- eosl lidJo of
Biscovno BlvH at N E. 24 St.
Throuah b!u( Av. 41,
003 Sj. Ft. Zoned C 1 hi-
rise prime location for
commercial professional
building. hotl motel, res-
taurant Etc. R. V. Waters,
on ownor 3131 S*qovia 443-
4728 or your realtor.
lcui.it rent jl eldee I
in joiijkle ler m-
\u' ecufincr hi the
CERTRAL COLD STB-|
WUENOUSE. U Li.
i 0*14, tli{,itd |l'*t I
jets, fire trotictli
i-3.n o*d etticei mih '
nitic spriohler ipttm
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Mmjomc. Cm U3-4NQ
I cn'et ler. Iruct Wrl-
-. Irr. Niiugtr.
ULD YOU LEASE A BRAND
NEW AIRCONOITtONEO 1969
IMPERIAL 'ok WHAT COULD
BE AS LITTLE AS SlOO OO A
MONTH (over one yejr ctri-
Qj)
M you or* Itnunooffy r#p..r
ftpbW ond wJUirr-ii, vopn..-
Itcaltd to undiritond t*on<# l#otm9 weH show
you hom tftn ton be do'*.
furfeWr n'ormof'On by ap0omtmtnt
only'
Ah oluttif no *rt*oi>nnt
information'
For Appointment
CoR Miss Ames
reward 927-8444
Dad, 944-1341
ON THE OCEAN
*
EDGEWATER BEACH TOW
Luxury Condominium Residences
Surf Road between Taylor and Arizona
ON THE OCEAN
LIVE LIKE ROYALTY
PRIVATE TERRACE OVERLOOKING OCEAN
DELUXE EAT-IN ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN
MAGNIFICENT ROOF GARDEN* COVERED GARAGE PARKING
KING SIZE HEATED POOL SAUNA 6. HEALTH CLUB
SPACIOUS ROOMS WALK-IN CLOSETS
and much MUCH MORE
ONE AND TWO BEDROOM OCEAN-VIEW APARTMENTS
FROM $
MIAMI SPRINGS
Lcunge and poekag" store.
Oeing Business and valuable
license for sale. Will sacri-
fice for cash. See Bob Mann
for appointment, Travelers
Hotel. 4767 NW 36 Street.
.s:-.tn eT.T.c*a c-
19,990
PRE CONSTRUCTION
PRICED
-<_ ^a *,<***- "W~u v* RBMMRe^RelieaM
C"/ T SALES OFFICE at Taylor Street ft A1A
1 I ; L.Iuly just 3 Hocks North of Hollywood Beach Hotel
OCEAN
ILVD.
enterprises inc.

Phone 929-5303 Open \0 A.M. to 5:30 Daily
Hollywood Beach Florido_
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking --Kitchenette.
Maid Service. Season. Near
Lincoln Mall. 1500 leno Ave.
PHONE 5380823
K-9 INC.
Y0J VETSiEDTHE REST?
MOW TRY THE BEST' SINCE
1959 WITH 5 LOCAT 0 .5
TO SERVE YC'J.
pRorrcT/o.voocs solo
SHtrHMl /.;
FCR HOME AND BUSINtSS.
SCHOOL FOR COGS
ALL PHASES OF NuVN'.NG
FOR ALL BREEDS
GO TO THE DOGS
OWN YOUR
OWN K 9 INC.
FRANCHISE
2701 W. 3RD AVENUE
Phone 885-3564
SUPER MARKET
FOR SALE
Exctlltnl opportunity for o
Business Man. low invest-
ment Groceries, Beer and
Must lecve Miami. Very
Good Suy (or right party.
3301 S.W. DoLglas Road. Call '
owner
443-9119
FLORIDA KEYS
BUSINESS LOT
50'x ICO'
On Highway 1 and Sunset
Blvd. Lot 27 Block / Key
Largo Park S2.500 Owner
Phone 248-0165 Homestead
8 Vi Acres
Hi-Rise
EAST OF BISCAYNE JOCKEY CLUB AREA
FIRST TIME OFFERED
BUILDERS TERMS
STAN GOLDSMITH. BROKER!
1005 KANE CONCOURSE
865-5289
Driftwood Cove
Luxury waterfront townhouse condominiums
2 bedroom 2! 2 baths, 3 bedroom 2 lz baths
from S39.5C0
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IMIIW IllYKH ItStlYi:
i!mi:s!TE:s
50 Acres at Walton, 10 miles south of Ft. Pierce, 5
miles north of Jensen Beach 970 ft. River and Drive
frontage; picturesque high buff area; 25-35 ft ele-
vations.
If tired of urban congestion, pressures, fiustrations
this is your opportunity to attain the relief you desire
Appropriate for roomy waterfront estates, subdivision
cr Club Village development. Owner:
ii. v. w.vi i:iis
3131 SEGOVIA
443-4728
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Marina Business For Sale
Dry storage up to 31 feet, 10 ft. beam, stack 150
boats capacity. Retail sales. Manufacturing boats
and equipment National wholesale sales. Large 4
bedroom penthouse. This is Big Business. Don t call S
unless qualified to purchase. Reasonable terms. >
FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE
305-664-4284
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TODAY!
CAU MR. FRANKLIN
Notional Morketing Director
Luxurious Downtown
Office Floor Available
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For (imaltlf inf-rmalion coll:
Mr Bares, owner, 377 2766
FOR SALE
DRY CLEANING PLANT
n all tee Imnl Hearts
Mieaai leaci as caitaaatrs.
AM era laVpajie*. SK
S 20.000 a,aa.M.
caa k* aartaesee tar 130.
La. Cash.
Coll 665-4843
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SECLUDED 5 ACRES
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tareat Lerec U'tmrt ia
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Velmo S. Groy, Realtor
TI35 r. it**
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beat 247-0057

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T- Hour Seni ce
LEU B. REED, Realtor
575 N E 125th Street
No^th Miami, Florida
Phone 751.688
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VENICE OF AMERICA
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M.gh Volume Retail Location in Fort Lauderdale, 5000
Sq Ft F-o"'? en 60 000 ej's per day at Sunrise Blvd
oet-wr-e-- Beach X U S 1 Next to Walsfon & Co,
Stockbrokers And St Oairs Cafeteria Excellent for
'*.-/ H.gh-Fashion Lad/ Rady to Wetr B'dal
Shop Haberdashery o< Similar
Contact T. E. Nrtraver Mgr. Phone 564-1015
or Write Manager 2400 E. Sunrise Blvd., Sunrise
Shopping Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 333QA.
CSoronatto
TOWERS
ITS SO NEAR MIAMI BEACH
STUDIO APARTMENT fro. $12,990
1 IEDR00M-1 IATH fr*. $15,490
1 IEDROOM-IV2 BATH fro. $16,990
Total Monthly
PAYMENTS FROM
13700
inr/. Mo.ofenonrr, Principal. Tares, Jnfrrts'
FUPNISHEO MODELS OPEN 10 A.M.-S P.M
Phone 891-1533
Kitchens by '| lot-OOijllV
3 BLOCKS WEST OF BlSCA'NE BLVO - N.E. 126th ST.
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