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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
S.ume
42 Number 27
Miami, Fiorida Friday, July 4, 1969
Israelis Strike
Deep Into Egypt
TEL AVIV iJTAi Israeli
tnmandoa struck deep into
rypt again Sunday night to
reck electric power lines link-
the A*wan High Dam with
lira and the Nile delta. It was
. second Israeli raid Into
gyptian territory in the last
jh( days and the third this
An ;-ra;i military spokes-
,:i said the commandos en-
. ten no resistance, fired no
and returned safely to
-. -.
j to Israeli sources.
targel was the Nile River
ol E uhag, 250 miles south
: 2 miles north of the
! i and 137 miles from
.. r Sea. A 500-kllovoH
- n !::' f 1 Hn| the
j capital i- iamagi .1
.\ th a local electric p w
: .: spokes n in i iid, "it
. suppo I that s break-
ctric t\ i ipply occur-
i get ii- i and no: th
- a result of the raid.
i official Government
i, Dr. Mohamet) H el-
.1.. t, denied that any raid
place or that electric
Cairo was cut off.
d that Israeli officials
;ii i is reports from
n los i
>n Jum .'-'. Israeli fires ral I-
>ii I i i. >v al radar sta-
i Gull o! S wz. They
>!-ti killing 13 Egypt W
the encounter. On
hi licoptar-borne Is-
mandos damaged a
ridge, dam and electric
nsfori stat OPS at Naj
the V:.....r Nile
- Nov. 1 Isr t- Ii tro >ps
.' ition and
al Naj Hammadi.
.- wet all app irently
t the
> of vital targets
e Egypt ind Hie huge
Dam its !: The latest
d a 10-h
duel between Israeli and Egyp-
tian forces along the Sue/ Canal.
Israeli military circles have not-
ed a heavy build-up of Egyptian
forces along the waterway in
recent weeks and increased ac-
tivity among them. The Egyp-
tians ire said to have seven di-
visions massed in the Sue/ Can-
al zone. They outnum!xred the
Israeli forces holding the Canal's
ist bank and have more wea-
pons
Two Sections Price 20c
AWAITS NIXON'S RETURN
Mrs. Meir Will Visit
U. S. Early August
Colda Mtir
Jewish Withdrawal From
Involvement Opposed by
I\ CM A Cs Chairman
JERUSALEM IJTA) Mrs.
Meir will visit Washington in
early August instead of in July
as originally intended, it was
learned here this week. Mrs.
Meir was invited by President
Nixon and accepted but no date
for her visit was announced.
Sources here said she decided to
p istpone the trip until after Mr.
Nixon returns from his round-
the-world tour next month dir-
.hich he will visit several
Asian countries and Rumania.
President Oamal Abdel Nass-
er of Egypt has sent a personal
envoy to Paris with mess
f r President (i 'orges Pompi :. > i
and former President Charles de
i laulle, it Th
envoy, Hussein El Shafei, i
member of the executive com-
mittee of Col. Nasser's Arab
Socialist Union, Egypt's sole
political party, arrived in the
French capital yesterday. P. '-
ports from Cairo said his mis -
sion was to cultivate relation*
with the new French Adminis-
tration. Aral) capitals are ur-
e isy over reports th it the Pom-
pidou Government p'.ans to re-
c insider the embargo on air-
craft, military equipment and
parts for Israel which a is
imposed by former President de
Gaulle after the June, 1967 Ara->-
Israeli war. Col. Nasse .-
e to ( ten de G ulle report : -
ly i xpresse I appre Nation I
F -: ce past pro-Ar ib st md
PITTSBURGH (JTA) The
chairman ol the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council has termed the concepts
of Jewish survival which propose
that Jewish organizations re-
strict themselves solely to Jew-
ish education, culture, worship
and "other uniquely Jewish pur-
poses," withdrawing from In-
volvement in the nation's racial
a; i social problems, as "a re-
turn to the marginal Jew.'' In
an address commemorating the
NCRACs 29th anniversary. Jor-
dan C. Band of Cleveland criti-
<./I'll Individuals who favor such
"isolating'' brands and warned
that this process could only
weaken the "democratic plural-
ism ol American society," on
which the status and security of
j. h ish life depends.
Mr B ii d. ho vvas ret lected
to a third on ->, ar term, urged
tencrs to com! at a trend
' v S who are "tUI ran.:
Inwai i i may even look up
withdrawal from the great social
Issues of / n life to di vote
Progress To Warrant
Continuation of Talks
their energies solely to taking
care of our own,' as a kind ol
program for Jewish action in
these times. A gen,'ration ago,"
h-' recalled, "it vvas considered
deplorable that the Jew was a
marginal man. living a kind of
schizoid existence, partly in the
American culture, partly in a cul-
ture essentially alien to Amer-
ica Jewish 'hang-ups' of alleged
Continued on Pag* 13-A
Police Arrest
Arab Suspects
TEL AVIV (JTA)' The El
Fatah command in Beirut has
claimed credit for the explosion
of 265 pounds of TNT planted in
or under an Israeli Army v< hide
puked near a busy Intersection.
The explosives, detonated by a
time fuse, caused heavy property
on Dizengoff Street, a
I avi nue of fashionab e
-1 lew aik cafi s and m( >\ le
tin at' i>.
T!ie explosion, which destroy-
ed :> ir Othi r | a: k< d v. hie!. -.
and senl a shower of shrapnel
Continued on Page 6 A
Nazi War Criminals
To Avoid Prosecution
BONN (JTAi The Bundestag
rass-.'d hills this week abolish-
ing the statute of limitations
for the crime of genocide and
postponing the statute of limi-
tations for murder for 10 years.
But the nature of the legislation
is such that an estimated 95
percent of Nazi war criminals
will avoid prosecution for mur-
der and none will be brought to
justice for genoci : '. Past gen >-
Cide that committed during the
Nazi era i> specifically exempt
fr .n prosecution en gr >unds
that the abolition of the statute
of limitations cannot be applied
retroactively.
The statute of limitations for
:: "l"r wil' become eff-'ctiv-1 i'i
1979 instead of on D v 31. 19S9.
as hei' lofoi sclw lied. N iz:s
charged with premeditated mur-
(! r, who comprise only five per-
cent of all wa:- criminals w
subji cl t' prosecution. The b tl-
anc< are charged with a
in murder on the orders of su-
periors. They have already been
granted amnesty by virtue of an
iSHlNGTON IJTAi A
ol conflicting reports
this week on the status
bilateral United States-
Sni t talks on a Middle East
r.ent formula. Reports of a
total impasse were in con-
t 'vith other indications of
"'' flexibility in the Sovi"t
P>5ttion. None of the reports
tally from spokesmen
r eith r Government.
v. indent Ii led Administration
- said at weekend that a
adlock had been reached in
he bilateral talks but that
lion was qualifie.1 by an
stimate thai enough
s had !>een made to war-
"wt continuation of the talks
Je impasse assessment follow-
1 a study of the Soviet reply
a 13-point United States, pro-
'-'' submitted to the Russians
" May which was delivered to
secretary ()f State vvillhm
''> on June 17 by Yuri
' WUakov, the Soviet Charge
d'Afl It was ap| irently put
ther after Soviet Foreign
Mi;:;-!.': Andre; Gn myko's Cai-
ro meeting with Egyptian Presi-
dent Nasser.
Informed sources were quoted
as saving the Soviet reply cm-
tamed a detailed blueprint for a
phased withdrawal of Israeli
forces from all occupied terri-
tories, Including the Golan
Heights, East Jerusalem, the
Jordan West Bank and the Sinai
Peninsula. This was in conflict
with the United States package
proposal which was deliberately
vacua on territorial Issues and
c d'ed onlv for "secure and i"-
cognlzed frontiers" which would
not r. fleet the weight Of con-
quest and which looked to Is-
raeli-Arab negotiations at some
later st ige to work out perman-
ent frontier*. The Soviet note, it
wag indicated, insisted that .i
formal Arab declaration of non-
belligerence could come only-
after a complete Israeli pullback.
article In the new West Ger-
man penal code which gran' ;
amnesty to any civil or criminal
offend':- whose offense was un-
premeditated and not "wilful"
The article originally applied
mainly to traffic violators and
other minor often.lei's against
lie order. But West Ger-
many's highest court decreed
last mth that it w is als i i
rlicahl" to war crimin us
Life Returns
To Normal
In Orleans
iRLl ANS, Fr in JTA
lives of French Je i -
th < pr iv incial citj have r
trial some thre< w
nfounded rumors
i that .' v Ish 1
men ware drugging and kidi
ping women custom- rs and 9 ;
ing th m as white si ives t >
Middle East brothels.
Calm has returned to this I
nunity, but Jewish shop-
keepers in the city's main shop-
ping area are not doing the
business they once did. Most of
them expressed a wish to con-
tinue living here in hopes that,
with time, life will return to its
old ways. One or two however
still insist that they Intend to
emigrate to Israel.
Rt. Hon. Frederick Peart, M.P., Lord President of the
Council and Leader of Britain's House of Commons,
was a spring visitor to the Weizmann Institute of
Science, (left to right), Sir Isaac Wolfson. member
of the Board of Governors of the Institute; Mr. Peart
and Meyer W. Weisgal. Institute President.


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A.top ........... 4-A People-Places 12B
Bar Miiivah 10B Rp.i: Estate 11 -B
Candel.ght 10-A Bosk Review 14A Cohen ........... 4-A Dining 12-B Sermon 10-A Synagogues 10-A Torah 10-A TV 10-A Weddings 8-93
Engagem'te 8-9B Woman-Week 6B
Feature* 14.A Obituaries II B Woman's World ... 5 3


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Friday, July 4, 19(
Rabb: David Shapiro (right) spiritual leader of Temple Sinai
Hollywood, has been elected to an unprecedented fourth
term as president of the Southeast Region of the Zionist
Organization of America. Congratulating Rabbi Shapiro
upon his re-election to the presidency, are. from left to
right. Sam J. Perry, president of the Browcrd District of the
Zionist Organization of America, and U.S. Congressman
I. He.bert Burke of the 10th District of Florida. _____
Arab Commandos Leaving Lebanon
l.ciNDi >N 1JTA1 Lebanese
ificiiU in Beirul confirmed re-
orts thai Aral) commandos will
withdraw from Lebanese soil.
losii.v members of tli- Salqah,
'.in rrilla group sponsored by
iheS.\Tian Baathist Party, and of
XI Fatah, thi largesl Palestinian
guerrilla organization, the num-
,-v of commandos is estimated
arioush from 1,500-3,000.
The commandos' withdrawal
i- i |x>rti d i>\ Pierre Gemayal,
|< ader ol the right-wing Pha-
angisl Part} who said it had
cgun about 18 days ago and
.as ontinuing, with about half
i alii ady gone.
The presence of the A
ind in Lebanon was an im-
ortant fact u in the fall of n>
ovei nmi nt, and n is fell by
many that tension between Leb-
anon and Israel will be greatly
eased by their departure.
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rJenisti Fk>ricfiar)
Page 3-A
"The CJA IEF Campaign Is
Far From Over," Russell Says
The fund-raising meetings arc over and tho Greater Miami
Jewish community has responded to the call with major increases
every section of the men's and women's divisions.
Rut. the campaign is far from over. Robert Russell, general
Chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, pointed out
hat. "the total to date. $3,750,000, reflects the continued aware-
^c of the Jewish community to the critical problems of Israel
other overseas areas, as well as to the growing needs of our
:al and national beneficiaries."
"I urge all our devoted volunteers to help in a cliltUM tic push
complete the community-wide solicitations to bring the 1969
[wo-fund campaign to a successful conclusion," he said.
There are more that. 1,00 [ts to be obtained from '?<<;. rs
the 1968 campaign, Russell stated. 'Only if each and
|ift that is received from now on shows a truly sacrificial in-
ft ..- can we hope to reach our gi als."
The goal for the Combined Jewish Appeal drive is S2.472,-
lis Ahile the Israel Emcrgenc} Fund campaign 1 I : >al,
tuse of the unlimited needs of Israel.
Bureau Announces New Committees
Committees for the Bureau of
Jewish Education for 1909-70 were
announced this week by Leonard
Zilbert. newly-elected president of
the Bureau.
Retiring president Albert E. Os-
sip will chair the budget, finance
and membership committees. Co-
chairmen of the Adult Education
Committee are Melvyn B. Frumkes
and Leon J .Ell, who will also head
the accreditation committee.
Heading the inter-school activi-
ties committee vsill be Mrs. How-
ard Trinz; Mrs. Joseph Duntov is
to chair the library committee and
Joseph Cohen and Benjamin Mey-
ers will co-chair the building com-
mittee.
Mrs. Anna Bn nner Mi yers will
will again head the Boar.: of Re-
view, with the assistance oi Judge
Frederick N. i'.arad. who will also
hi in charge of the second.;];, edu-
cation committee.
Chairman of the Board of Li-
cens will b R -h' i Solomon Schiff
at 11 scat Mamber will again be in
cha ? of t t acher plao n i
IN ISRAEL, one out of four per-
s ,ns Uvi 8 iri overcrowded, sub-
standard conditions.
committee. Teacher welfare will
be headed by Kriward F. Harris;
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nominations committee wiD have
M. A. Baskin and Benjamin Mey-
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Leonard Epstein, Harry Kimbal
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Volume 4:
18 TAMUZ 5729
Number 27
Pressure From Spain
With Gibroltcn under pressure, again from Spain, it
as news la oui refers that there is a signifi-
cant (swish oommunity on that famed British outpost. As
c mctter of fact, the Coalition Government has three Jew-
ish cabinet members, including the Chief Minister, Si:
Joshua Hassan
Although the treaty by which Spain ceded Gibraltar
to Britian in 1713 explicitly forbids JewsorMoorsto
reside or even enter Gibraltar, no attention has been p^id
to that proviso and the Jews have lived in peace and har
mony with the Roman Catholic majority and other Chris-
tians in a relationship which is one of the most unique in
the world.
It would be sad if this little outpost of Jewry, which
only this nonth celebrated the bicentenary of one of its
four synagogues, were to feel such pressure from Spain
as to pull up its roots. They have helped thousands ot
North Afrcian Jews en the way to Israel and any help
the world Jewish community can give them should be
forthcoming.
Voting Patterns Shift
Elections throughout the country the past severe', months
have shown an unmistakable shift in Jewish vctina pat-
terns that is significant in its implications, if not particular! y
definitive at this time.
Support of liberal candidates has been as much a
matter of Jewish sell-interest as of ideological concern, for
it is well to remember that when the Republician party
prior to 1932was identified strongly with civil rights, the
Jewish voter was most likely to be found supporting Re-
publician candidates.
The concern of some Jewish groups with self-protection
in these days of urban turmoil is understandable, but
whether support of conservative "Law and Order" candi-
dates is. in the long run. the best course to follow is open
to a good deal of doubt. As events unfold in our large
and troubled cities, a more sophisticated understanding
of the issues will be of greater value than an emotional
backlash. Viewed selfishly, the Jews in America have
never had it so good as during the past three decades of
tie liberal establishment.
Carrying Sportsmanship Too Far
We Americans are notoriously good sports. Give us a
kksei emd we rush to pick hirn up off the canvas, even if
he deserved to lose because of his foul play. Everyone
knowsa< least the Germans and Japanese, for instance
that it wes better to have lost the war and get American
a d than to be on the winning side. See Great Br.:
Ezra Pound, the noted poet and notorious anti-Sem.te
returned to rus alma mater Hamilton College recently and
the audi=".;e gave him a standing ovation. It should be
recalled that, m addition to his anti-Semitism, he com-
t-?d treason against his homeiend during World War II.
and when he returned a decade ago was committed to an
n We :e not vindictive, but we think American
ttsmenship is carried a bit tar when it gives 2 ~z-
L;xe Pcund an ovation. Let him live out his tew leseaa*-
fean ..-. peace but ralj not in victory.
Comment
\.
While Jewish lib"
in to be fk*
t ins ol th" J' u>:!
- trvivsl, as it is celled
5I ,,.-, .; : orthodox
s ha no trouble
I
ird much
of the J< >.- 1 Del na League in
mber-
ship in 1 n New '
San F
I bid 1 financia
..
: v- a ek it tised in the
rimes. I
I six

v -
n't 1 '
..-,.. tants
from entering to d
..--.;. iav< lore n
i
iis d< t, rmin"
i-s to havi son*
ibts F01 '- snswi r to th
:. ny way foi
oys to beha

- ., the
nes a "yes th< I
! ip of
m 5,00
flerj uid ka-
rhis summei 1 I 'at-
111 I -v.i;.<--
taK, 1 healthy walk In the
a traditional 15-
--. ., n w ral hundred of
th. se you ti will be in a
situation quit.> different
Tho>'ll -"t op at 5 a m. and
hows hi kareti
training, two hoajrs m m ipoi -
traininc and an hour >! cl<
order drill imarehlng etc 1 1
: Ho II -
J '
rts the : lea is to
.- nd Jews >und In
which has an
IS irl ther thai with
-"-
' is
1 In lOUS. is o'
violet
...- way ol li
1' trasl this with tl
at thv Retjanstmctionist m w
mom's anriya w nti r wl
the young m. n involvi d ex n is-
1 i th. ir BTiger with what t
called "Jewish community com-
placenc) toward American n
-.-. ol power in Vi. t Nam anil
-,'ivity fb the lia "
Th. sj dd, is in-
f respondi .....1
crisis ar.il argued that Jews can
h.'lp th 1 and Ann nran
soci j it Um > m ike an 11
fori I mon lympathet-
icallyrto th- aspirations ..t blacks
and other deprived groups. No
:- ution vf clubs or karati
with the ; osttion ol Ral hi
by EDWARD COHEN
Maurice Kis th.. Union of Am. rvj,
Congregations, who3g
form rabbis j
vention that J. wisfi ;
Indifferent to th.'.'i
which they consi
too irrelevant, f
t:..-li nh. 1 the ai 'Jew
university campiisdp!
ii
ft i oardi

In the I >ng run *tsr
thinkinu if I
d n'form ai
t hi Jew ksh comn
J. H,
third of tin 20th err
.1 .r future as a ;
factor) but i|b
least, i y the Jcuidr
It has not been Tt2
mentalism, but Judakfi
t>> adapt to rhanKini
which has kept us tttt
a sad commi ntar\ ar? '
nf blind orth I > : us. league ii'itEH
iis survival kit hasSte
from those who wrW
eat cnemk-s It i~ SB
thus.- who whin th-gf-?
. ould not w in their i*l
ltro> Judaism shoujp
k h 1 small \ letoi : jCT
III,' ..I J. w ;~h ti\ ~ tBX

tin
1- i
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. at-
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Surve> ng
President Nix m'a Washin jton,
i the election returns
for a foreign
iv > m nat ur drj */ond rs
ne ruminates An I
the : m to woi
abou- lys is the futu
.....
-
...
L*-S. politics I 1 greet 1
1
ill
Hut in the besl Greek mytho-
11 fashion, Amei Ic in lib-
eralism now seems liki !j to !
\>\ its "\\ n chlldn n, th.-
militants, both student and black
v st n 1 lit. -rals, whether in
politics or in tin- groves ol Aca-
to b aware
f th-' fate that pr 1
th-nt Arthur Schleainger Jr
' II r uragi .:sl\
h and
ration j nst the is old
in N( h I.. :t
- \ whil
' sub 1 "rd to
thi- kick* and insult \- a Left.
But to Ancnc in -&-
the year 1W. ncithgp
expei; ncea s. em t.v^
importance. Par to BBS
ir
authoritati\*e; thej inr
manded an audu i:c-r.
h id their friends and
in the fata of the rniiB"--
.- nnot quite belkn-a t
!.. 1- Angi ': s, -r Ito"
thl N- V .: k p '
I* j ,-!i'>38tl
; ter happetis I > b
are now constant
10 15- The 193-'
then Still re-raHe".
aberratQjg
The media, as thay;.!
apoke .t'.mi'
with the \tcr
i.
p rtnera in J P M fV
ht '>. h -- -^
v::
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to be
t Rooter
than s.i t
fellc-i ,-<.' II
-
nigh h'
* be reminded of
Krock m aitl. oast
! iiPti! ifaJT
R,vs<". Mr '
In th.> m.i''' b'\__
-si
mated th> p'.bftr
n D.-:arinP
haw i.rrft'
except, as f>
ContintMd en Pe A


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Friday. July 4
Miami Honorees Lead The Nation
Speakers at the Mid-Year Dinner Meeting of the Miami
Hcnorees of Israel last Sunday night at the Fontainebleau
Hotel were (from left) Samuel Rothberg, president of Capital
for Israel; Pinhas Sapir, Minister without Portfolio and
former Finance Minister of Israel, and Dr. Leon Kronish,
vice-chairman of the national Israel Bond Organ;zation. A
capacity turnout of more than 600 purchased S410,000 in
Capital for Israel shares, in response to addresses by the
three speakers.
M,.r.. tha
Capital For Israel and Israel I
drive leaders | irchased $410,000
worth of the issue ol stock newls
launched by the Tourist I
Development Corp Ltd., sponsi n I
by the Israel govcrnmenl in re-
sponse to the reiwrt Riven last
we, k b\ Pinhas Sapir, Israi li ( ab-
inet Minister, who until reo ntlj
was Urael's Minister ol Fi
an address by San m I Rothberg.
national chairman ol the Israel
Bond Organization and president
ol Capital lor Israel, ami an appeal
labbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
,1 spai m "i the tourist Miami u tn.
n the Ian! -' sources ol nation In the purchas
s*dollai credits, is particu- for Israel stock, Rabbi
larlj urgent at this time. The gov-
ernment "i Israel, he noted, is
k nlj concerned about the expan-
ol faciliti. s to meel the needs
ol the steadily rising tide of tour-
the priorities of the
isis make it lm-
noted, and has maintained then*
it had established as tin
city, on a per capita basis q
sale "i Israel Bonds,
ists Sinci
i gecurit) crts
ixxssible lor the governmeirt to fi-
nance such nn expansion program,
it lias called on Capital for Israel
to raise the necelsan funds by
iffering the newTIDC stock issue.
The distribution ol $20,000,000
During the past is years tour.
ism has prrown more than tuiei
rast as isia. I's exports, Ml Sai
pointed out. From a 195"J incom
ol $3,000,000. it has riser to ia.
y. art total ol $85,000,000
about 1.V000 hoti
Is.;
nn,i tu-uan./u...,. "'": ..fferlng the new TIDC stock issue, are aftom io.uuu notei rooms ,..
htCS L^n Kron ",\ vZ.a X distribution o. BOOIMOO in ,ns,s in Israel ,
^.^ -. sh,,i!,ni and pref, rred shares pi TIDC has been ,,,, 2f500 m under ro
^ntlnalvkTchaTrmanofthels- undertaken by capital for farael ^ ^ ., ^ ,,.,. v
;,,;, Bond Organization who is a which was set up in ^ |Uge- Mcis, ,,.
for.....r local chairman of Israel request J^^STEE TIDC will be ,. fa ,
Police Arrest Arab Suspects
Bonds.
Other program participants in-
cluded <". 'ldi n Trustees of Israel
Harry Franker. Norman Kass.-r.
Jack S. Popick and Jack Rifkin.
Honorees ol Israel persons who
purchased a minimum ol $1,000 in
Israel Bonds or Capital for Israel
during this year received their
1969 Society of Honorees member-
ship cards, which detail the i>ii\
t
men! in majoi
rael's economy.
enterprises in Is-1 struction. expansion or renuvatio
ot medium-sized hotels, h>
,
DEAR W
r. PRESIDENT:
(t'ontinned from Face l-A)
lass splinters hundreds of
I t in all directions ami smash-
si op and apartment house
i: uws, uprooted several trees,
' cd a street lamp and rip-
iwn i 1.1 trie and telephone
. i ame at is minuti s past
rht. Although the strci i is
. |j jammi d uitli stroll' i i
i.-.< ol night, thi
of th< tei rorists to inflict
and in jurj on nu nero -
, \ i ns .\- implished,
\ : aculo only 11 pers n -
crowd) d thoroughfare
njun d, none ol t hi m sen-
Two Ami i ici toui ists
md Mrs, Robert Fin man ol
N> V a'; i"itj wen cut b> flj-
is-. Th< > wi re i reatod at
11 li as, d.
Pi Ifce had thi an a cordoni rl
ithin minutes as cm rgency
: convi i gi d. They arrest-
J 20 Arab suspi els from neat by
. and u-"' an investigation
. : w aj
i < of thi li -' offi ials to
ach the scene was Defense leges to which they arc entitled.
ii
Minister Gen. Moshe Dayan,
who told reporters he was at
General Headquarters when the
blast was reported over thi po-
lice radio. He had a busy i
visiting some of the injured in
the hospital after
ige and talking to witn s -
Mr. Sapir urged the purchase of
shares in the Tourist Industry f>
velopmenl Corporation, emphasiz-
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*Jen ist fkricfur
Friday, July 4. 1969
The Department of Florida, Jewish War Ve-
trans conducted M ra 3 services a\
::: Mio Beach. High i Ing officers i
the Department and Auxiliary arc
aboard the vessel prior to sailing. Left to
jht, Hy Morris, actii >lain: Mrs. Z<
Glass, senior vice pi I
man, trustee; Mrs. Lillian Schoen, Auxil
chaplain; Mrs. Lena Cohen, Aim
dent; Lt. R. B. Ste i ice utive
Li Com. Jack Drewer cc
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mmander; and M. Ja]
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Continued from Page 4-A
i .-. |, in i n irn us majority
The with the present
looks very close, indeed, exc pt
that all the roles are now revers-
ed. Liberalism now dominates
ilic dialog, and Ri -hard
M. Nixon is the liberals' enemy
-.. : >ys inert ising popular
i pport.
: should nol be forg for
one either, that P -
Six is not a
. c in disguise A
liking
: though they might nak n
., sort
----..
and i He
n't do 1
this ;- h gwj -
r :' ih h >gv -
f the s des
regatioi ines long ago pre-
.; te I in this space. The truth
is that the President's aim has
never wavered. His aim is to
form a now national coalil
constituting a quite n< n ition-
al maj< rity, in just the way that
Pn sident Roosevelt did. And th<
rity Is to be composed of
the unyoung, the unblack and
the unpoor.
The Presi 1 -nt's aim atjuI I I
utterly unattainable, without the
mal revuls ainst stu-
dent violi rice militanl
violence. And the militants
|y American lib
ts
.
> its guilty pern
The nilitant t nol
en have i ver>
useful i
I i '
that .' is w icki d
ffspring. A
| lent Nixon
can : ; n the offsj
help him I troy th
Aiui the best riposte thi
set m to be able to think up is to
the Mew York electioi
. inst law a
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Friday. July 4, 1353
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Zealousness And Extremism
RABBI AI.KVWUKK S. GROSS
I*rimi|i:il Hebrew- Acatlemy
A question on many lips today
is. '"Can an act of violence ul-
timately load to peace?" Can mass
disorder develop
into an orderly
and law abiding
society?
Many of us
are alarmed at
the campus re-
volts and the
pervasive insur-
rections dot tin?
the universil
and cities of
our country. Ex-
tn mism h s be-
come the order
of the da> a
disrespeel
authoritj
law enforcement agencies is
pling the American dream i .' an
idea] society.
These questions come into focus
as wc read the storj ol Pirn
At a time when a wave of im-
morality had swept through the
Israelite camp. Pinchas. the high
priest, committed a zealous
in order to ebb this now morality"
which the Jews had learne
Rabbi Cross
their ncighhQrs>lhc MkUanites and
Moabites. How can one justify a
zealous act on the part of Pin-
chas who is paradoxically given a
promise of eternal priesthood for
having avenged the Lord's anger.
The Story of Pinchas teaches vis
the eternal lesson that storm and
fire can lead to ultimate i>eice
when there is a prescribed Roal
directed toward a divine end. In
Jewish law we find that zealous-
ncss and extremism is a prescrib-
ed method for treating the rebels
within the camp. A breakdown in
morality can only be stemmed bj
militant and aggressive actions
against the wrong-doers.
Ii is unfortunate that in our d i}
Ihe violi nee ind disruption that
p witness n is ; re -ipitated
by those who wish t" break down
the m -a; der and tli legal
ire of our democratic way
Neither the means Ihej -
ply i-.-i!' tl' ''.- 1 hi
mstruc I isefu '1';'. ir
aim is primarily to Iroj and
break the "Id.
How ise were the irks of
os ir ng to a rebel-
lious j luth, "When youth atl
i n tuild th" old they are truly
desl roj in.1: When rs
pe ir to desl I
rebuilding "
Dr. Alter Metzger
Judaic Professor,
School Consultant
The apiHjintment of Dr. Alter
B.'Z. Metzjjer. assistant professor
of Judaic Studies at Yeshiva Uni-
\ersitys Stern College for Women |
! in New York, to serve as education
consultant at the Oholei Torah ,
! Day School of Greater Miami has
been announced by the president
iof the Miami Beach school. Me-|
nashe Hirsch, who revealed plans
for the program and facilities of
the school.
For the next two months. Dr.
Metzger will work with the Oholei
Torah staff, making a compre-
hensive evaluation of the schools
program and developing and i \-
panding the curriculum, beginning
9SU'
'3
tons
s.
ervices
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it neoessarj, to stand
erect during the main body of
prayer (the 19 benedictions call-
ed 'The Shmoneh Earth") ?
Some say that this requirement
i* emphasized because the prayers
are a substitute for the sacrifice
that was offered in the Temple of
old. Just as th.' priest who was
offering the sacrifice in the Tem-
ple was required to stand, so is
the worshipper who offers his
prayers. It is generally a symbol
of reverence. One should feel him-
self in a state of awe when he
stands before the Almighty. Just
as ones rises in the presence of
royalty because of his sense of re-
spect, so docs one stand during the
main body of prayer.
Why must one keep his feet
together during this prayer?
There are two reasons generally-
advanced for this requirement
One is that this position emulates
the position of the angels who
stand like this when offering pray-
ers to the Almighty, as they are
lured by the Propl old.
A m i that man is
- ate that he ui
- mds that he is utterl> help
lout the help ol Ihe Almig I
:. & I were boun I mak-
ing him immovable It is only
through the recognition that one
.- .- i hi Ipless thai one can ,; pr iach
Ihe Almighty in prayer.
Why do some people keep their
eyes closed during the main
body of prayer while others in-
sist on reading it from the pray-
er book although they know it
by heart?
Some contend that the tradition
insists that one is to read these
prayers from the prayer book so
that his attention will be entirely
rone, ntrated on the prayers. look-
ing elsewhere might serve as a
means of distracting one's atten-
tion, and prayers require complete
undivided attention on the part
of the worshipper.
The reason why some people
k, pp their eyes closed is that they
prefer not to read from the prayer
book. In such a case ones atten-
tion would be distracted should he
, he looking at something else.
: Shutting his eyes eliminates this
; possibility of distraction. There are
some who claim that closing one's
; eyes allows one to become lost in
. infinity and thus a part of endless
existence. It should be kept in
mind, of course, that closing the
eyes is proper only if one knows
the prayers by heart.
HAVAT SHALOM CONGREOA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. >
AN SHE EMES. ZM3 SW 19th Ave. ,
Conservative Cantor Sol PakowlU. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Kan-
dart Dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert BaumQard. Cantor Michael ;
Kyrr. _____ 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ava. ;
Conservative. Rabbi Sot Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon. 4
Friday 8 I' m. Saturday > am and
'. p.HI
--------a)--------
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW irth Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Diekson. 6
Saturnaj lit > m Bi rmon \
i.. nrier 7 p m Portion < \
ivm s. i mon A Noble L'harn
----------------------
6ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkea 8

ISRAEL (TEMPLfci Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drain. Cantor Nathan Parn.nss 11
Kii, i n -
Serm Itehuki

VINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
-
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph C.lix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
.-;!]:>. '.! l| 1 I I llM
$ u of Ml -i Ml

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TtFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE) 951
E 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
N E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
aervativa Rabbi Milton So -*y
Cantor Tibor Moaes. 33
ETH TORAH. HE 144th SI. ,. Mth
Ava. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
echiti. Cantor Jacob Renter. ;a
---------
BETH MO SHE CONGREG*
13400 W. Dial* Hwy Conaerv ativei
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbau 35
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1S3rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Pubel.
Cantor Jack Lamer. 3$
a)--------
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OAOE.
Temporary office, 1SS01 NB 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingatey. 37
Pliday t:ll pin BerffsOn: I
Hebrew I'nion Coflef*." K--M. -
1 in. g Rbanbal
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
18 TAMUZ 7:57
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1'V NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171at St. Orf-Odon.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL GAILES

JUDEA (TEMPLE). MOO Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morria Kip-
per. _____ 40
ZAMORA iTEMPLE). 44 Zan.ora Ave.
Conservative. Raubi Maxwell Berger.
41
DR. ALTER MITZCIR
with the 1969-70 school year, eval-
uating the stud.ins' progress, re-
viewing applications and examin-
ing prospective pupils.
Some 100 students, are expected
to enroll in the school, which was
founded three years ago and last
year had 65 students registered.
The school located at 1544 Wash-
ington Ave Miami Beach, offers
an intensive Hebrew curriculum,
combined with a full program of
general studies.
Ordained as a rabbi at Yeshiva
University's Isaac Klchanan Theo-
logical Seminary in 1957, Dr.
Metzger, who had earned a Bache-
lor of Arts degree from Yeshiva in
1953 and a Master of Arts in 1954,
: studied for his doctorate at Colum-
bia University's Teachers College,
finishing in 1964. A member of the
I Stern College faculty since 19fi6,
1 Dr. Metzger had served as an in-
. StTUCtor in Talmud from 1965-66
' at the James Striar School of Gen-
eral Jewish Studies, Yeshiva I'Di-
versity. He previously was associ-
ated with the Yeshiva University
High School for Girls and the He-
j brew School of the Young Israel of
| Windsor Park. Bayside. N.Y
j which he served as principal.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Millar Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
FT. lAUDERDAlC
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi S-.. len
Edwards. Cantor Maurice New
42
I
m
|-' :.i ,\ -. p iii .< i mon "W
Tl i Truth' Satiirda)
s. rmon -.1. rim i ih< Man
.c! by Kldduah
4.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev ton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. *J
HAlLAMDAlf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N E. First Ave. 44
Hourwooo
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
----------
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
--------
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 ]
BETH SHOLOM (TEK7LE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Raobi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 934 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Oow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Adler. 2*
Friday 8:30 p m Saturday I m
-----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8. J
Gross. 25 --------
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 6 W 354*1
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waahington Ave. ; St Conservative. Rabbi E" 3t J.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern. Winograd. Cantor Abraham K uter.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26 48
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14tn
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4S
Friday > If 11 ir. RermoMtte). Memorial
|>r..\ ra ill re. Ill il
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE '729
Monroe St. Conservative. R-aObl
Morton Malaveky. Cantor Irving
Gold.
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIR A MA
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
P0MPAN0 MACN
.....-i-i',iiiHiamiwii iimixihji^i...............innmtimmssM imnmaii
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Phinehas
Moses chooses .Joshua
the army.
- his successor in the presence of
"And he took Joshua before Eliazar and the
congregation. And he laid his hands ti|>on him" (Num. 27.22-23).
PHINEHAS And the L 'Phinehas. the son ol Eliazar, the son of Aaron the priest,
hath turned My wrath away from the children of Israel, in thai
he was very jealous tor My sake among them, so thai I con-
sumed not the children of Israel in My jealousy, Wherefore say
bkhold, I give unto him Mj covenant of peace; and it shall
be unto him, and to his seed after him, the covenant of an
everlasting priesthood" iNumbers 25.10-131. The children of
Israel were commanded lo do battle -\itu the Midianites, Moses
was instructed to give the daughter of Zelophehad the Inheri-
tance of their father who h id died without sons. Moses ordained
Joshua as his successor. The portion concludes with a descrip-
tion of the observance of the various holy days,
Thi recounting of th Week/v Portion of th* Law is extracted
nd based upon "Tho Graphic History of tho Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and th*
volume is available at 27 William St., Now York 5, N.Y. President
of tho society distributing tho volume is Joseph Schlang.
s*BB*MBaaasas
Citizenship Award
To Dr. D. Lehman
Dr. David J. Lehman of Holly-
wood, chairman of the "Teenage
and Parental Alert" project of the
Broward County Medi.al Associa-
tion and director of the Dangerous
Drugs Division of the office of the
I Attorney General for the state of
Florida, has been named the n -
eipient of the annual outstanding
citizenship award ol the Grand
Jury Association.
Association director Richard B.
Plumer presented the citation at
the group's 22nd anniversary din-
ner in the Dupont Pla/.a Hotel.
Guest speaker at the dinner was
Florida State Supreme Court Jus-
tice B. K, Roberts,
"Dr. Lehman was recognized,"
said Willard A. Nicholson, chair-
man of the award committee, "for
his work in education regarding
drug abuse by youth and his em-
phasis on prevention."
BEN. JACOB K. JAVITS. son ol
immigrant parents, grew up in
New York's Lower Last Side.
----------
MENORAH (TSMPLE). 20 75th St. SHOLOM (TEM PLE). 112 SE 1'th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- | Conservative. Rbbi Morria A Skop.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 2t Cantor Michael Frederick 4S
-o- -------*-------
SUtFSIOI
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). SOth St. and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
MOGAN DAVID CONOREO*TiON.
VSL SMALOM. 7055 Bomta Dr. i 9293 Harding Ave.. Surfs.dr Town
Orthodox. Rabb. Phineas Weber. Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
30 50
Friday : p.m Saturday I SO :i ra Ser-
mon: "Between the Boondarli '--------------------------------'---------------'
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. <45
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 81
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 1wh"'0ton Ave. Rabbi A. Brn.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLgJ Httfl
Tliu huge is prrrarrd" in
coeprrjnon U'lth th* Gwit^T
M i"ii Kdbhimral Aipciatn*n.
Coordinator of the ftamrei
arijv.irmjr here is
DR MAX LIP8CH1TZ
Shintudl LfudVr of
Brni Torah CoNcaecATtoN
op North Miami I>>ach
,

hdabb
Vr
ra/ Inly o ( 1()i 8:3fl BJn Thi, JewWi Wonhip f|our
Host: Hahhi Milton Schlinsky,
Temple Adath feshuruh, No. Miami Baac
July ch, t. in,hi ,., Th,. still Small v
Host I'.ahi.i David Shapiro,
T.-mple Sinai, Hollywood, Fla.
July c'h 2, No programs scheduled iPossible reruns)


Friday. July 4, 1969
f- lewlsii fhridliciir
Paae II-A
^ ounr Attorney
IMelvin A. Rubin
Hack From Israel
XJ< Ivjrj A. Rubin, a younj; attor-
ney who has just returned from an
cxtt nsive torn 61 Rurope, Asia and
Ism* I wli.i < he worked in a kib-
butz was recently sworn in as a
member of the Florida Bar Asso-
< wtiy'.i. Mr. Rubin, whose parents
;oe Mr and Mrs. Jack Rubin. 4310
S\V lfit'b Ter.. was previously a
member of the California Bar As-
Mx-u-ition.
A graduate of the University of
Californta Law School. Mr. Rubin,
who ha* Ix-comc associated with a
Miami law firm, graduated cum
laud1 from the University of
Miami School of Business Admin-
iatrai on, where he served as presi-
dent 11 the student government.
President of the academic hon-
MtlVIN RUBIN
oi ii I'lv, Eta Sigma, he is a
ini- -r of Omicron Delia Kappa
land range Key, leadership hon-
orai Beta Alpha Psl, account-
ing ttohorary, l'i Sigma Alpha,
jrov- rnment honorary, Delta Sigma
Pi, professional fraternity, and
'/.<.' ] eta Tau. social fraternity.
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Mrs and Mr. Bernhard Friedman shown presenting a check
of SI.000 to Mr. Bernard Silver, (right) originator of the Baal
Shem Tov Forest, who personally sponsored 25,000 trees
and almost single-handedly secured approximately an
additional 180.000 trees for the Forest. Mayor Jay Dermer.
JNF president, announced that the 400 trees planted by the
Fnedmans are in addition to the grove of 1,000 trees they
had previously planted.
Leonard Rosen To
Serve Menorah As
President 5th Time
At the lime Leonard Rosen was
elected to In-- fifth term us presi-
dent : T< m i Menorah, he was
in lsra< I Mending tup level meet-
ings railed by the government and
the uni sities ol Israel tu discuss
the iLit ol :'.;. her education. Mr.
Rosei \, ~ as chaii mai '' the
v cut ;\. board ol Tel A\ i\ I Y.i-
\ i rsity.
Mi-. Rosen, who serves as vice
president ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Fedi ration and is chairman
of ill. Capital for Israel pro-ram.
is also chairman of the executive
committee of the Hebrew Acad-
emy ol Greater Miami.
Elected as vice presidents ol the
congregation, spiritual leader of
which is Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltz, were [sadorc Drell, Dr. Sam-
uel Greenfield. Jack Rosen. Robert
Siegel, and Charles Sommer. The
other officers include Max Krauss.
honorary president; Jen;. Lelchuk,
secretary: Louis DeCoveny, treas-
urer; .lack Burstein. financial sec-
retary, and Sam Malow. assistant
financial secretary.
The Temple Menorah l>oard of
directors will Include David Alpr,
A. Max Axelrod, Aaron Berger,
Morris (". Berger, Joseph Denmark.
Nathaniel Glickman. Abraham
Grunhut, David Klelman, Harry J.
Knight. Sheldon Lelchuk, David
Miller. Harry Morse. Julio Schni.i-
i!oski. Jerry Sussman. Salomon
Terner and Irwin Zuckerman.
Also Mrs. Elsie Belsky. Malvin
Englander, Himen Fenster, Harry
Frankel, Jacob Glushakow, ah red
Golden, Joel Gray. Samuel Harris.
Dr. Sigmund Klein, Irwin Levin,
MaxNexer, JerryOlin, L'bertoOr-
vieto, Joe Rubin, Edward Scheaf-
fer, Samuel Schiffman. Al Sher-
man and William Sucher.
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Friday, July 4. 1969
Departing recently on an Air France jet from Lod. Israel,
vhile on a world-wide fact-finding mission for the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Jacob K. Javits, Re-
publican of New York, left, declared that "it is impossible
not to be impressed with the feeling of security and faUh
.n a better future prevailing throughout Israel." Bidding
shalom" to the Senator, a member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, is M. Miquel, Air France representative
.n Israel. The Senator went on to Paris, Bonn, Rome, Lon-
don and Brussels before returning to New York. U.S. Am-
xrssador to Israel, Walworth Barbour, also saw Senator
avits off at the airport. Air France has 24 flights per week
o Israel from its various aateways.
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Rabbi Kirshblum Strongly Opposes ZOA Anu'iidiiieut
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tender for the i rcasttaiey ol the
Zionist Organisation ol Amorlca
(ZOAl says he is confident a
proposed constitutional amend-
ment that would qualify Jacques
Torczyner to seek fifth and sixth
consecutive terms as president
will be rejected by the organiza-
tion's "2nd annual convention.
Rabbi I I'shcr Kirshblum of
Kew Gardens Hills. NY., de-
nounced a vote to amend the
constitution taken by ZOAs na-
tional executive committee dur-
ing the recent Pan American Zi-
onist conference in Miami Beach.
'I he LonSj-Island rabbi, a /.< >A
national vice president whose
candidacy is backed by a number
of ZOA members, claims thai
not even a legal quorum partici-
pated in the vote of t!u execu-
tive committee. A quorum con-
si>t> of 50 members, he said, and
the 29-11 vote for recommenda-
tion of the amendment indicates
that at It ast 10 members ab-
stained from voting.
Mr. Torczyner, in reply to a
question, said the ZOA constitu-
Dr. Marvin Sackner. director of
pulmonary diseases at Mount
Sinai Hospital, left on June 20
for Paris, where he will present
two papers to the International
Scleroderma Conference, spon-
sored by the World Health Or-
ganization. Dr. Sackner who
has been with Mount Sinai
since 1964, recently completed
his subspecialty boards in pul-
monary diseases.
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rum. The committee has some
L>00 members, he said, but there
is never more than HO at any
meeting. In reply to the charge
made by Rabbi Kirshblum that
the committee vote was designed
to suit "the personal ambitions
of our president." Ml. Torc-
zyner said: "\ have no ambitions.
I do not want to stay on as pres-
ident, but I have been urged
t.i do so because of the critical
times in which we live."
rVa .iher cfcftfMatt who wil' ,.
vying for the position at the L .,
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soph Shubow of Boston.
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Friday. July 4. 1S69
*Jen fsD fhrfcNanj
Paqe 13-A
Involvement Opposed By NCRAC
(< ontinmd iroiu race 1-A)
Jewish htadrquactes and malad-
justments were created by this
'i arginalityv he said "Now. it
. gppaag v.o arc being summoned
to niiU"tii:allty as a Jewish vir-
tue. Afneiieari Jews." ho argued.
hnS* a parochial interest in
g&eldng ah end to the economic.
Social and political pathology
that fetei8 within the cities, but
too *ia*iy Jews share in white
community attitudes of indiffer-
ence toward the war on poverty
I and antagonisms toward Negro
d< maids. Too manv Jews have
reacted emotionally with an ad-
mixture of frustration, anijer
and fcas, The result." he added,
"ftas Ixen 'alarming d< feet ions in
(h .!< wlata community from the
natii ''- strtigtrl. for equality.
Ti- pro| 01 enta of withdraw -
II differ among themselves on
i analysis, rationalization and pro-
| prafn.n Mr. Band declared, "al-
i gh their ideas converge in a
e ngfe thrust." He saw them as
.irful n* n of little faith, w Ith-
i ii ooniFMmoc in the bonds of
.: with unity Bnd mistrustful
ithout cause of the freedoms ot
American democratic pluralism.
Dropping out may lie feasible for
jrdividuals; it is not for groups."
he said. "We Jews deceive our-
selves U ue think thai tin- strug-
is .someone else's and not
OUTS." Withdrawal rather than
Involvement, instead- of-making
the Jewish community invisible,
would only make it more con-
spicuous, he said.
The NCRAC, celebrating its
growth and expanding areas of
activity in the '25 years since it
was established in this city, gave
tribute to Isaiah Minkoff. its ex-
ecutive vice chairman since its
inception, and the guiding force
in its development. Mr. Minkoff,
who atlribtHed the success of
NCRAC toit-; "essentially con-
sultative arjd coordinating role
and the inclusion <>l local eoni-
mur.it partieiiXtion." said that
the constlt'jftU ^agencies them-
si Iv arc always the sole arbi-
t, is of thi ir rei% ctivi positi ins,
poliei s and programs.
The use of non-violent civil
disobedience "to expose injustice
and provoke chaflge" was de-
f, nded I : the NCRAC, which
urged that it lie invoked only as
a last l.sort'. "Confrontation by
tin use or threat of force or vio-
lence was flatly coiidi.ini.ed by
the eoiuWenee delegates, who
JflO aasiigatod "Jewish extrem-
ist groupfl sei king to justify vio-
lent and coercive tactics in what
they deem to be defense of Jew'
isn si curtty and Jewish inter-
ests" a criticism apparently di-
rected at New York's Jewish
Defense League.
Denouncing vigilante tactics.
the NCRAC declared, "Resort to
para-military or any organized
private use of force, threat of
force, intimidation or coercion
isi destructive of public order
and injurious to civil liberties.
Such actions should nol o con-
fused with the activity of groups
that patrol areas in which the
incidence of violence is high in
cooperation with the police," the
Statement said. "Our condemna-
tion is directed to those who
take the law into their own
1 hands."
The NCRAC assessment of the
national mood is that "defenders
' of civil liberties principles find
themselves increasingly caught
between the provocateurs of an-
archy and the advocates of vigi-
lantism and repression. Para-
doxically, however, the nation
has i)i(ii more tolerant of dis-
sent up to n iw than in any pre-
vious wartime |x-iiod; and I m
capacity of our system to all- b
and withstand abrasive differ-
ence has perhaps sever leen
more severely tested."
In another policy action, the
NCRAC warned of a "spreading
pattern" of state aid to chureh-
n laten scnoois and other contin-
uing "circumventions" of the
separation of church and si tte
and reaffirmed Its opposition to
all forms of public assistance to
parochial and private educatii n
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Page 14-A
*Jeisf ilcriciicir
Friday. July 4, 1969
As We Were Snkgi By ROBERT E. SEGAl
What Is Sirhan B. Sirhan's Life Worth?
JF UK DIES in a California gas
chamber for the slaying of
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, Sirhan
Bishara Sirhan's death may mark
the first imi>osition of capital pun-
ishment in the entire nation since
L967. For 1968 was oompli ic'.y
free of death at the hands of
courts and juries.
Win.. lawyers are appealing his case,
any one : >n th in 400 persons in the United
States av cecution after having been sen-
tenced n t to death Bui this is high)}
likely.
For des| the fact that 37 s' still :
capital pu ;' an I lespit the
by homic I iall; tig ol
p >Uce ofl cers Americans havi bei incre -
inclined in recent years to follow I exampl
Great Britain, which has abolish I extl
penalty.
Til at Sirhan should now lie mad- to ; j a I
price for his ghastly premeditated act. few would-
deny- save those among the Palestinian terrorists
tvho have tended to make a hero of him. "I have
,ne it for the sake of my country," a sle.-k. Mad-
ron Avenue type of poster produced by the Pales-
Liberation Organization quotes Sirhan. For
embers of El Fatah, he is the 'freedom fighter'
. xcellonce. The murky logic by which this cul-
rit rationalized his deed Ibased on Robert Kenne-
i admiration for Israel' is not easy to peddle in
the United States, but il apparently has caught
propaganda fire in some Arab circles.
The opinion voiced in Jordan by Sirhan's father
does not he.,. th Arab caua in this i Sen.
iv nnedj was to Man* ." Sirh in senior
his son was fo ind guilty. "Sen. K. i i lj prov.
. son by threatening to supply arms to the Mi
East, which would have caus I -ath ol thou-
sands. My son did well \ tm > Chrisl an like
myself my eon is read '" "'" '' ":;-v
in words but '
en this k ~'"r "' '
to go irward with the execurl m of the Ben K- -
nedyt killer would be poliUcallj and morally wrong,
Harsh ptfMshment? Most cert linly. Exclusion :. i i
societ) through confinement in prison as |oi it
takes to redeem this !.. idsti mg criminal, it he is
redeemable But death h th gas chambei at pre-
scrih I > ,!l' consclentioua will not c1.-
I assassination or any other kind of 1
.11 the I ted Slates.
In the realm of internatl 1 politics, -
outcome of the Sirhan affaii uid give Arab ter-
,rit8 and their allies the kin; rf rallying rj th
most desire. Political have i.e
ated with Balkan nations Latin Amea
the Aral) world. Let the i" States be sp
Ug Depart rl of Justin res for 1967 4
nurder rati in the ".7 | hkh have
penalty was 6 3 per 100.000. T average i il
( states v -:'...>
.. 3 2 per 100,000, or abo
BOOK RtVltW
By Seymour B. liebman
Commentary
by JACK SIEGEl
James Kavanaugh's "Birth Of God"
PHE Al'THOR OF the best-selli i \
Modern Priest Looks at HisChui
les Kavanaugh, now a marrii d ex-
priest, has written another. A sup -
reading of The Birth of God i
dent Pits. $4-051, might lead one t -
that love is the them.', tradition'!
Roman C I asm the author's mortal
iry, Orthodox Judaism and Phar-
isaism the objects I his i ntempt, and fundameni re-
ligions additional I irgi :.- h poll mics. He m
( .-- [si m or any f liths.
However, a tl might lead oi I
lievi thai despite all the i
. uk has not beei npletely (xorcised M
naugh i i. extent than le
product s ] mmei nd trainii -
i to substitut : -
Cat sm. Jesus as
nage. and i '
i i ii nat
. --
He exhibit- his eluding
cumcision among the my l by
ibis with priest.- i ind
emotional seclusion I by
.: that "the Je v the
synag "i- "makes the gl el like
a stranger because he i-
irresistible ri-
Silver On Spcrfs
Jess Silver
I Neal Walk
UIHKN NEAL WALK struck gold in A:./ ,
" the U.S. Mae ibiah G .- basketball so
st its top prospect. The big Miami Beach and
dty of Florida center signed a three-yi
"upper-six-figure igreemenl with a no-cut claus
with the Phoenix Sure National Basket
Associatioi i th< ABA's Cougars ha<
made hi r< e offer to plaj
North v i ..'. ':.- ..: ,'. -. Miami Fl
didn't go a.; cut to land I u metown boy remains
a mystery. ]i could turn oul to be th< biggesl go
since th< New York Knickei ocken lei Adoiph
Schayi s go to thi Sj i Nationals fi extra
S50<). Schayes wi nl on to a pereni
all-star and was a thorn in the side of num. is
Kniok U
At : st season Neal i
H
'
Invitat ppeared in two all-
' ; i
pet-
ti
Fl
A ri centlj i
''
he .
foi a 20.7 avei nd n SI for a
l
I
i ittl "'.-7. brother, Warren wl
als to plaj ball, V ren, who
a Miami Beach High School senior was nat
to the i .\li-City second lean will
a career in radio and television a
' of Denver. With an average of is points
and 18 rebounds per game, Warren received about
25 scholarship offers from majoi rileges
After watching I form m the NIT
Auerbach commented: "I'm pressed u:ir
,u and desire. He's going to be a fitn-
-.- to the last stat.........r like a strong r
real on the firsl expo I i nything m
tho denies b 'li> in sus as S
I as part of a god-head, he
id I >phel ol I fe fter
Hi Iocs not seem to knov
. hi Is to stress that Jes is' mess
Leviticus thei
kes some
"
- >f a trib ietj : I h thai
special revelation to the
.-
s statement) I Judaic p
he religion pi
.

g it should I :
lies. His constant ri:s moi
., s to mind Shakesp I I
i!.- chapter on 7 Mj I attt
i tvho seek ,-;.; lion I matu
th< book pers" r
i >1 ise rephi asing >l ts there is
. at d< il of "puffing, T
: forget th.'.t in .'..,-..:-!.:. g
many shibboleths, he retains I seif-centei
ness The pronoun. "I"' repeated i the p t of
nd he admits thai I .... vague > moS on
"' nition >;< -:- ; It is fn qui ntlj i ieu*1
reeve the diff< rern e between nd his Got
Mr. Kavanaugh might prol from ..::.. il
i"' )pl. an hum. nitai easons aparl
his oncept of lov< nd that trui lov< resented by
"wi rather than I."
Danger On The Left
A LEAFLET h nded out in the vicinlt) : Lon-
** don's Tral Squar recently as -arade
was taking up its position, read in part: "I" .'-tied
struggle : thi P estinian pe pie forms ai I tegral
.1 ol the \ b Revolution tiie combii -i anti-
st and at mpen dial struggle -f t-.i. Arali
.. :... The struggle ol the Palestinian people
I \ b n --- ke that of the Vietnamese
peopl of Asia, Afri ami Latin
j cess of 1
- ;-:->.! imp
(forward tute '.- in op.
pos distributed along Vac
.-. listing Israel's : achieve*
ly Plac -s
lesire for a neg tiate I paaee i> He I
y ol individu d At i nttratovs
i students

t fact th thai
*.;. left
. ai left. A i
n the
tough decision
It becomes important 1 i stlnetssns
fur then i I -' de '- nd youth penarally.
. ike them pttaj 11
char-'- of paro -d to p->-
late them from thelr
The n al enemy of the Arab m isses is not Israel or
- p .t the feudal, dictatorial leadentasp-ol
the Araii countries, whuh cries oul tgaiost im-
while practicing Imperialism in its worst
vho have Instituted diiiusslhwrijl re-
even to in" extent ( : jwrmittr";
- a potential friend
And r parts of the world
v young and <>f thi ft to the
without cause is a situation '.hat need
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Israel Newslellei
By CARL ALPERT
Achmed Builds Mustapha Harvests
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Bvet
the rise in I
rig. Little v
the vast ajortty of them refu h
to coopei w th -tiio tetrerisl
II no i ret th j tv ithet |
- nor new imiQicrantj bo U
mv bx> attracted to farm i.
Indeed, the> *.,...,, ,.
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Ml th
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m wisifi the I ,,i
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ir thai a
Th it Israel's economy
ither ind for lack P
. ir while Arabs on the othf
M ii unsmgioyed, hungry aqd
fo illsBfinalnn and desperate
to Israel is ridiculous
c and common senso d.etnl
it r economic htcgratJor
ittd e conomi^ts are already
irting the aceeleralvd rat* ''
ire Arahs should l>e ah-
i into the Isra labor mai-
th voice i)f t-he CfihCS
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Idcv. July 4, 1969
"*Jewish FhradliiaHn
Paqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
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. r. is HEREBY i;i\ i:.\ ihni I
.1.1-mil,d. dfsldllR I" .
-s U'.'ltf -' l'ietlli'ttJ< lin,, t
\ \ ai-tkY. T> I > P :il II
Mh Av'tiu'. Miami, Florida, In- I
to regtater said name with the
of the cii'ui* Court "l Dade-I
Florida.
\l liK A \ APFBY, D.D.S., P A.
i .Murk A. Vaffey. President
bi< >> BERG. Kin IMBBRU &
H. P.A.
>.-. for
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IS-2U-S7 7 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H
.'|or. !
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b 18-30-2"
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NOTICI UNDER
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I", is HEREBY HIVBN thai
rsinm-d. dealiing to engaffe In
under the flctlllouB name ol
in usi: at 153 w J'.'ih si .
Pla. 1301! IntendH to retrialer
me with ili<- Clerk of the
i.uri of Dade County, Florida
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lo present an) i laims and demands
which you may have against Ihi >-
late nf IIBORCE .1 Si t (TT (lei ased
Inti .i I lade 'ountj. Florida, i" the
Count> JudRes nf Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section ':'>'. l.. Florida
st.iini. in ili. n ..IT.. iii the County
i '-.in thouai I '"I. I' >unl). Florida,
within six calendar months from tin
lime of the first publli utlon h.....
or Ihe aame u ill be hi.....I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-10068
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VAhERIE JOHNSON,
Plaintiff,
sami i:i. Jt IHNSON,
Defendant.
T< SAMl'El. .Ii 'HNS' iN
I Ii I. n.I.nil
. hla Johnson
164 Sherman sir. el
Passalc, N.J.
You, SAMCBL JOHNSON nre here-
hj notified that a Hill '' Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required i. serve a
op; nf your Answer or Pleading to
Mi. mil "i 'nmplalnt on Ihe Plaintifl -
attorney, HAROI-D CEA8E, KS'.'.
.. West F'laRler Street, Miami, Plor-
i.l.i. and file tl" original Answer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HI YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
VI 'MM' >I 'I'.K I'l.l'li ai 1..........
l-me Drive, Key Biacayne, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
CAR II.IN \ 11 iRPt 'i: \T1"N
a Wisi^insin Cori>oratlon,
By: NATHAN I' BRAND, President
Attest l"Ki:i >ERH' E M"HS.
Secretar)
FINE AND JACt IRSON, Attorneys
l"i East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Attorneys for
CAR* 'I.INA CORPORATION
; :'"-:'7 7 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKI'.Y OIVEN thai
tli. undersigned, desiring to engaRe in
business under the fictitious name of
ROBERT It ROSENBM'M. Mlv at
1674 Meridian Avi Miami Reach,
Florida Intemls I" ri'Rister said name
with ili. Clerk nf iii. Circuit Court
,.f Dade County. Florida.
lit iRBRT ItOSBNIII.l'M. M IV
Professiciial Assim'Is i Ion
Rj Rl iHEItT II Rl iSBNUI.l'M
pi. -i.l. in
I'l.AII'i: I. BICHEI.
Attorney for
ItORBRT I! Rl 'SBNRI.CM, M D.
PrrifessiiH 11 Assn .it ion
19 Wi -i KLilI. r Street
Miami. Ploridi 33139
6 20-27 7 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby biyen that
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. |i K 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
business under the fictitious name
WEST MIAMI MEATS at R88 s
R7th Avenue, Weal Miami Intends
register sai'l iiam*- With the Clerk
th. circuit Court "f Da.lt- County,
P. S. BROOKS
KELLY. BROOKS & ROPES
Attc-oey* for P. S. BROOKS
6 27 7 4-11-18
NOTiCt OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
lOTlCB IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
by vntue of <'h|it'-r 678 "f Florida
tutu', s Aiui'.latrd (1941) Ware-
Jiiiu ii'-n and Warehouse Receipts,
,ii.r. :> A HE VAN LINES a Florida
-oi i. ..11..11 by virtue "f its warehouse
Hen !...* in its possession the follow -
kg *ei il'.-'l property:
I Household goods as 'lo- property
i- >NNA Ol'ERRA whose last known
a.l.ir, --. w*aa 4"l l-'.ri..-. Coraopolis,
pa ..! iliat on Ho- l^ili day of July.
I1....'- during tlir legal hours of sale,
nBainl> between 11:00 f.-i.n..on and
J:"" the .ifl'in.....l at 3136 N.W 24lh
Avi-riu'-, Miami, Florida tli* under-
Slgi il shall offer f"i sale t" tl"'
igh< bidder for rash In hand the
al"".. ilescribed property .-f DONNA
pI'KUKA
i'.- .i at Miami. Florida,
d.i Jutu
Dated al Miami. Florida, ti"^ 13 pleading In the office ot'the Clerk of the undersigned, desiring lo engage
lay of June, A I' I9( i i ,),,. (-,,, ,, Court on or before thi S5 In business under Ihe fictitious name
Jl'NE i: JONES ,|,v ,,, ju|v 1908 If vou fall i" do so, of INTERIOR ONE at l:-7---7l N K
As Executrix judgment 'by default uUI be taken l3rd Street, North Miami Beach,
Flrsl publication ..I tin ot ,, ,, ,, for ,|,.. relief demanded Florida Intends lo register snid name
ihe -"ili day of June, 1969, .i,.- rail of Comulaint with Ihe Clerk .-f tlo- Circuit *" -m11
Ihe -"ili day of Jun
MERVYN I. AMES
Attorne) u>v Executrix
303 Biscay in- Building
.Miami. Floi Ida ::.:i:;-.'
6 20-S7 7'4-11
in the Hill of Complnii
This notice shall be published ".....
each week for four consecutive weeks
in T1IK JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED '' Miami. I Attorney for
wl )i the Clerk .>r the Circuit Coui
of bade County, Floridn
INTER Ii iR ONE, INC.
JERRY A, Bl'RNS
Florida, ttii- 18 day of June, A.D 1969
K B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit '"urt. Dade County, Florida
By: MAROrERITB KENT,
Deputy Clerk
K'ir.-uit t'.'urt Seal)
II MIOLD CEASE, ESQ.
3780 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida J313S
6 20-27 7 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
ilu- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business un.i'-r th- fictitious name "t
A A A A A MODERN TELEVISION KN-
OINEER8 at ;.7'"i N.W 2nd Avenue,
Miami intends lo register snid name
this :'"tli
. : 7 i
"
NOTICE OF
'.'. AREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
K \ .ii. i 'hapt inI.i
' t olateil ili Wat
p..i: W ... In ii-.- Ri
i VBB VAN LINES .. Fli
by virtue ol
l" .-ii lit. i
v.Ii. .1 pi
I US. 1
>i x A \ I ;. I Hi I
liio was 1.17a W diingtwi
7 Mlani Hi I and
Pall I I:.....
' ,l.in No 14, -177 Bird Road,
I l.i mid 11 i Ih day
>i J i. i '- iliuiiiu ili. legii l Ii ii
H mnllil) between 11 00 fnn
ami L':"" in Ihi .....i at
Ii W l'HIi Avenue, Miami, Florida
u< dersl nied shall <<. r for sale
[i ilu highest bidder for cash In Inunl
. iK'Ve described property of NICK
LNDRt'CHOW and Mi:s PATRICIA
? i>..i..i ai Miami. Florida, tlii* 80th
|a\ (1 June. 19(9
___________________________6 :'7 7 4
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
C'VTl' K IS I1BBKBY OIVEN that
>."U" of Chapter 678 of Florida
lato'.'s Annotated (IH41) Wan-
puaemen and Warehouse Receipts,
rlur. i'l ABB VAN LINKS a Florida
rporation by virtue of Its warehouse
en has in Its possession th follow-
nn described profierty:
Jsi'd HouseliriM gvods us the property
f MRS. A. J. HARRISON who*- last
nown address was ^.*i41 N.W. irlst
t. Opa txtcka, Kla and that OH the
Mh day of July 196'.' during the legal
lours of sale, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and i:no In ihi- afternoon at
136 N.W, 24th Avenue. Miami, Florida
he undersigned shall offer for sale
th highest bidder for cash In
and the aonve described properly of
1KB. A J. HARRISON.
Datfd at Miami. Florida, this I'Oth
a\ <1 June. 1961'
6 M 7.4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICI AL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-9814
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN I! CARACCIJjO,
Plaintiff,
OERALD1NE CARACCIOLO,
Defendant.
TO: OBRALDTNE CARACCIOLO
l14-7Mh .street
Brooklyn, New York 1I2I4
You. OERAIJRNE CARACCIOI/>, with Ihe Clerk "f the Cin-uil Courl ol oral
are hereby notified that a Bill of Dade County, Florida.
Complaint for Divorce has been filed MORRIS EISENRERO
againsl you, and you are required i" -7 7 i-ll-19^
serve u ropy "f your Answer or Plead- notice under
nit I., the Bill of Complaint on th.- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Plaintiffs attorney, GOLDSTEIN. NOTICE IS BERBBY OIVEN that
FRANKLIN \- CHONIN. 1990 N.E ,|,. undersigned, desiring to engage
I63rd Street, N..rili Miami Beach, |n business under the fictitious name
Florida and file tl.....rigrnnt Answer 0( (.'RANK'S JOYERIA at 1993 \\
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk piogler st Shopping Center l.a
of the Circuit Courl on or before the i;.,,,,.,. Miami, Florida lntend lo re-
22nd day .-f July, 1969. If y..u fail to u.,.,, -..,,,| ,. lvllh Ihe Clerk of
do s... Judgment by defaull mil i- ,i, -,,. uii Courl of Dade County,
laken againsl you for Ihe relief de- Florida
led In Ihe Bill of Comulaint FRANi ISCO PEREZ
This notice shall be published once ,....:: f.\\
each week for four consecutive weeks ,.,,-,-rif-tr .mco
, THE JEW ISII Fl IIHAN I NOT UNDI
DONE \ND 'RDEEF3D al Mint
INTERIOR ONE, INC.
8 13-20-27 7 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THEGIFT AND WEDDING SHOP,
Till: GIFT AND WEDDING BHOP-
PE, OIFT AND WEDDING SHOP,
OIFT AND WEDDING BHOPPB,
Till-: WEDDING SHOP, WEDDING
AND OIFT SHOP at 3614 Coral Way,
Miami, Pla., Intends t.. register said
names with the Clerk of tin- Circuit
i in of Bade i"ui ty, Florida.
MARIAN PREEFIELD
8 20-27 7 4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80803-A
I RE Estate nf
KM II. M Jl'NG
I.. need
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi Hav-
Inii Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You nre hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demands
which you may have againsl ih.- >-
tale of KMII. M Jl'NG deceased late
..i pad.- County, Florida, lo the County
Judges of Dade County, and file tlir
same in duplicate ami as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
ihi-ir .-tli. in the County Courl -
house in Bade County, Florida, with-
in i-ix calendar months from the tim
..i" the first publication hereof, .>r ihi
same u ill I"- barred
Bated al Miami. Florida, this '."ill
day nf June. A D. 1969
KMII. T Jl'NG
A- Adminb11.
Flrsl publication <>f tin- notice on
Ihe RSlh day of Jut 1969
RORF3RT \ /INXKI.I.
i : ii
.' >" Su
Su Miami, Pla. 3 I
:n .- 7 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83821
It RE Estate of
ISIIHIRF3 11 >K
1......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim.-- or 1'. maud- Allan.M Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo presenl liny claims and dem
which you may have against the <-~-
tate of ISIDORE COOK decea ed late
of Dade County, Florida, t.. Ihe County
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Judges of Dade County, and file th
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of SPEEDWAY BAR at 3460 \ u
7th St. Miami. Kla. intends to regist-
er Bald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Lad.- County, Florida.
YVON EMoND
346f> N.W. 7th Street
.Miami. Florid i
KBSSLER A BBCKBRMAN
Attorneys for
YV"N EMOND
495 Biltmore Way
:"-.7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-9505
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JEAN STANTON,
Plaintiff
i 13th day i .lui" A I'
i: B I EATHF7RMAN, Clerk.
Circuit C url i di c
B> C P COI'EI VNH
.
- urt S
GOI 1 's riJIN, FRANKI IN A
CHONIN
1990 \ B 163rd S
Norih Mini Iii id Florida
Allot... for Plninliff
I M

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICF3 IS IIERBB1 Gl\ UN thai
H-. i.
u
I-3MII.1 BEE Registered II K
late .- ;. in S U 71Ii
St reet. M in I
i ih.
I
I
KMII.\ BABB1
KKI.I.'i Bill IOKS .v III -I'i -
l\\ K.lv ird S l\< II;
Tllorn. v foi KMM.Y D VBBY
ii 27 7 1
NO I ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .'i'i' 'i: is HEIIEB1 GIVF3N that
tin- in di rslgned, di siring In .
HA\ II' RICHARD STANTt >N,
I i, I', n.lalil.
I'O lilt DAVID RICHARD
STANTt IN
- |is i 'laii monl Road
1 illur Oeol
V'ou DAVID RICHA III ST VNTt >N
notified that a Bill of i
i foi I m -...:, has been
retiuii
-. v. i I por 1
1
GOt)DMA> &
l"lei id HOI .T55MAN. Ilu
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Btatutes, In
their offices in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the lime
of the fir."-! publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of Jun.-. AD. 1969
MINNIE ci.nic
HARRY COOK
As Administrators
Flrsl publication of iliis notice on
Ihe 13th day of June, I9t
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
Attorneys for Administrators
]: \\ .--i Flagler Stn .-t
Miami, Florida
r. 13-20-27 7 t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80998-B
! RE Estate ol
RICHARD .1. IIKTTKM'.AI CII
11.-, as< .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ersi Hav-
g Claln ni 1 it-nmnds Aga lust S '
You nre 1
ri
w In. Ii \ u mn v h:i\
.slati .-i RICH Mill .1 III
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai business under the fi.altiou
I the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
i business under Ihe fictitious name of
Till: /'"' RECORDING STl'DIO at
I9S s.E. I'Hh Ct, Hialeah, Fla. In-
tend! to register said name with the
Clerk "l iin cinuii Court ol Duue
County, Florida
T K PRODI'CTIONS, INC.
Bt'OENB LBMLICH
Attorney for
T K. PRODCCTIONS. INC.
27 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
6. ^fl-^7 7 4-11
NOTICE UNDET.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fli-titious name of
MAODA'S BEAUTY PARLOR at l"47
Washington Aye,, Miami Beach, Fto.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Comity, Florida,
MAGDA MENDEZ
BtrOBNB LEMIJl^H
Attorne) for
MAODA MENDE4
|7M W, Flaieler Street
Miami. Florida
6.20-27 7.4-11
nf THE llor.NDTARl.E INVEST
MENT CLl'U at 143ii S \\ I"- Court,
Mi.urn Florida 33144 Intend lo registel
said name with the Clerk of ilir Clr
cull Court of Dade County, Florida
GABY di JOAN CANNER
LAWRENCE >V- I.l3SI.li: JOHNSON
H ROBERT JOAN I.KVITAN
KENNETH & DIANE OSBORN
WILLIAM ft IRMA I'i'l.LYN.S
FRANK & ROBERTA POYNTER
RICH Mil'* MELISSA RBNTNBR
BARRY & ANITA ROSE
mviiKxcK robin straI'ss
RICHARD A LINDA MILLER
GARY V CANNER
Attorne} for
THE HI H'N'I iTAI'.l R
INVB8T.MBNT CUB
6 .7 7 1-'I is
. Clerk nf lln i 'ir. uit
' '..in lie 17th di
July 1969 If you I ill lo rtn
moil by defaull h ; ,|.,
\. ii foi -li.- relict demanded In Ihi
Bill of Complaint.
This nnlli si ..M he |
, .i. Ii week for foil Utivt Weeks
in THE JEW ISII FLI 'HIDI \\
rn'XB AND ORDERED nt Miami,
Florida, Ihls 10th day of Jun. A I1
SKI .
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By c p. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
icir, mi Court Seal)
6 13-20-2*; 7 4
County I
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MICHAEL II SALMI N
mi..i i :\., in11\
I7"l Mi i lian Avet Ui
Miami Bi ach, Florida
.. 20-27 7 1-11
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eJewisli Flor idian
iami, Florida Friday, July 4. 1969
Section B
Swede and 2 Arabs
Charged With Plot
JAV DfRWfR
iami Leaders On
[ssion To Israel
croup which left June 29 n
ssior to Israel included Miami
bh Mayoi Jay Dermer, presi-
ol the Jewish Niti nal Fund
|n ,iti i Mia i. his wife, Yaffa.
hhelr son David; Rabbi and
[rvbig Lchrman, Rabbi anil
Mayer Abramowitz and Mrs.
im Pn ss
Ibbl Lehrman is foundation
mar of the Jewish National
of Greater Miami. Rabbi
tmowit/ solves as chairman of
xicutive board a id Mrs. Pn ss
Lniptroller of the local Jewish
onal Fund.
croup plans to visit Tel
Jerusalem, Haifa and Me
when- Mayor Dormer will
cipate in the planning of new
lopment projects for the sister
lof Miami Beach.
COPENHAGEN (JTA) Hie
Swede and two arabs charged
here with planning to" ass is-
sinate former Israeli Premier
David Ben Gurion in Rio de
Janeiro were expelled from Den-
mark on Thursday after being
idled for 30 days. Expelled were
Rolf Anderson, 3C. of Sweden.
Mouna Soudi, 24. of Jordan and
a man identified as Razan, 23.
of Iraq.
They were charged with com-
plicity to assassinate Mr. Bi n
Gurion while in Latin America
and illegal possession of arms.
Medical Assembly
Meets In New York
The 19th annual assembly of the '
Anv rican Physicians Fellowship
for the Israel Medical Association
will take place at the Americana
Hotel in New York Monday, July
14. The assembly will 1h> held dur-
Mr. Anderson admitted the lat-
ter charge but all denied the as-
sassination charge. They w 're
: ste I by Danish police or. M iy
22. Public prosecutor H. Grell
decided not to brine the trio to
court.
i.Mr. Ben Gurion returned
home Friday from his tour of
Sooth Afric i. South America
and England. He went hick to
Kibbutz Sde Boker and. with
one of his grandchildren, inspect-
ed an honor guard composed of
IS Of I he Sde B -' Mr. Ben Gurion s tid that the
key to aliyah was Jewish educa-
tion. "If Jew ish y uth w ul I
have Jewish education." he said,
"he will come to Israel." He
commented that he had no
time to think about the plot on
his life foiled in Copenhagen,
saying, "I dealt with aliyah and
education and all my thoughts
were concentrated on this
Maurice Pcarlstein. leit executive director of the Jewish
Home for the Aqed, and Mrs. Meyer Leff, presenting
checks for contributions to CJA-IEF from the staff and resi-
dents of Ihe Home. Receiving the checks is Edward Cohen,
Chcirman of the Communal Services Division of the 1959
CJA-'EF campaign.
Quill Pen Gifts To Mark The 'Fourth'
National Airlines will have dis-
tributed more than 90.000 souve-
nirs calling attention to Indepen-
dence Day at the conclusion of tins
Fourth of July weekend.
Quill pens like the one us, d to
sign the Declaration of Indepen-
di nee will i>e presented to pass ri-
sers on all July 4 flights, and to
President Nixon, Vice President
Agnew, members of Congri ss i
inet officials, governors, ma.. >rs
and other civic lead* is.
T is is the fifth year that N
tional Airlines Ins c mmi m irat< I
July 5 in a special way. The
cam has won four cons
iwai Is from the Fn
dati n nt Valley Forge, Pa.
Its
.i
have lived In Vancouver.
Columbia, tine- the muni
y's founding in lhW5. Its pre-
jewteh population is 10.JH0
city'* first ynagoirue, Beth
as estahlinhed a* an Orthodox
ojrue in 1887 and in now a
rvative congregation. (JTA)
in^ the week of the
vent ion there.
AMA con-
Israel's Consul General in New
York. Rehaveam Amir, will pre-
side, assisted by Dr. Murray A.
Meltzer and Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld
of New York City.
The American Physicians Fel-
lowship is an organization of over
3700 physicians who are working I
to Improve medicine in Israel. Its
activities include providing loans ,
fpr immigrant physicians in Israel.,
sup|>ort of the Jerusalem Academy
of Medicine, direction of 21 med-
ical libraries in Israel, and work-
ing with the Museum and Library
of Medical History.
fan spectacular
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powerful G.E. motor, easy-carry
handle, three blades. The styrene
safety guard protects finger. Save
safery guard protects finger. SP-
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$10
Conducted by Rabbi Abel Respes of Hammonton, N.J..
the Adath Beth Moshe Chorus of black lews was
among those who performed Sunday, June 8. at a
variety show to provide scholarships for ten black
Jewish high school and college students to study for
two months this summer in Israel. Held at the 92nd
Street YMHA, New York, the show was sponsored by
Hatzaad Harishon (Hebrew for "The First Step"), which
seeks to further the religious and cultural education
of black Jews and to strengthen their bonds with other
Jews.
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Wassermaii To Be
Manager Of U.S.
Gymnastics Squad
Isadori VVasserman, a retired
wlifM al d icati i, instructor v ho
sen i as eh of thi
gymnastics committee, h;i-
appointrd mans r of th<
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the Man n a In T< ...'..
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Irive foi 12
Floi Ida l< d for tlv
in.. abi tl r, (.. tit ion.
"All ni ihew ail I. t< s deserve
he chai to parti ipal ." Mr
A', ssoima : "bill it's
sonw timi difficult ti gel public
support for the Maccabiah sinci it
loes not Mi";, i! pi' 1 igc i i t h<
Olymi
Fl iri i : present atives to ihi
inn National
v. oil i impion i
. Flcishi i 'a ho i anks No. '
mv ii L'.S. nil ti am. a
tioi illj '. d -'. immer i lathy
C
li Fli ii la's repi nsentath es ai
i'ne annual installation luncheon of the
Women's Division, Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida, at the Eden Roc Hotel
brought together, seated, left to right, Mrs.
Harry Kastcn, Gerald Kogan, installing offic-
er; Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, president; Mrs.
Morris Kogan and Rabbi David Shapiro,
guest speaker- standing, left to right, Miss
Lillian Goodman, Mrs. David Shapiro, Mrs.
Harry York, Mrs. Jack Davis, Mrs. Albert
Hauer, Mrs. Sam Fekbnar. and Mrs. Anna
S. Quaker.
Ostomy Director On Tour
fi i Stern, national i ih Southern K-'gion of
United Ostomy Association,
addressed a group of dot-tors,
and patients in New Or-
leans' h.uity Hospital, will head
a Sovth F'orida delegation to the
national convention this summer
in Columbus Ohio. The Unit d I te-
tomy Association is formed of
mutual aid groups concerned with
education and rehabilitation I the
more than one million persons i>
North America who have had blad-
der surgery.
!' in the games, each
- rais $] 500 to meet j
the ir i v>< nsi The approaching '
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their chances of making the Tel
Aviv trip an od if even a
major portion '>! the moncj can be
raised.
Anyone who wishes to hi Ip is
encouraged to make a donation, in-
dicating the .-.port or the athlete
foi which it is intended. Funds and
information should be sent. Mr.
Wasserman said, to P.O. Box "is.
Vorth Miami Beach.
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Tourism In Israel Is Fun!
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seminars, is bring srxnsor i rael Ministry of Tourism and
El aj Airlines.
Isra'I's rx-st tourist y-ar so far
v.as 196*. with 432.000 visitor!
SV -P'lir.L' $9^ 000.000. air far*- Most tourists spend 14
dayi in Israel, compared to the
five or six days spent by most
to ..- 1st! in Europe.
"Still, th<- srn-atcst pull for vis-
itors il th<- spiritual lift which
comes with seeing the very places
where Biblical incidents occurred,"
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yean with the British Arm;.
North Africa, was ir. the Haganah.
then m the Israeli Army, where he
remained as a career officer and
instructor until 1953.
He attend*-*] the Hebrew Univer-
sity to indulge his love of Israeli
an*! Near East history. Mid then
turned his hobby into a profession
H* has been a freelance, indepen-
dent puide sine 1959
Mr. Avnon. who now roams the
worl*l promoting Israel tourism.
was brought to the United States
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Jos- ph Cohen, president of
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that a r.'w m"lr" "tw4"1 ''" '' r
the direction of Shmuel Fershko.
I-.-*..: tnposei and conductor,
has bwn plann.-ci at the temple.
Ar. mten-al part of the program
will be a Three Arts Club Group"
the activities <>f which will include
dramatic presentations and a
youth choir under th* direction of
Mr. F* rshk t.
Cochairm* n of t\ group will be
Mrs Seymour Alterman and Mrs.
Elliott Harris. Trixie Levin and
Mrs Harris ar- in charge of regis-
tration.
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CANTOR SEEKS POSITION
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conduct all services. Will leave
Miami area for position in small
community; can perform all ser-
vices necessary in synagogue.
CALL 8444267
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Experienced, seeks High Holiday or
Yearly Position. Schooled voice,
musical, can sing with or without
choir, lead Congregational singing.
Write LB., Box 2973, Miami, Flo.
3?lf1.
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FOR CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
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By ISABEL .ll*>V V.
KUSTI GOLDSTEIN
Ru-i.; d.i>i Goldstein, ilauRh-
ter ol Mr. :mii Mrs. Jack Gold-
stein ( the Town Restaurant,
has tx > n accepted at the Tech-
nological Institute, Monterrey.
Mexicu. for the summer session.
She will continue her studies at
the University of the Americas,
Mexico City.
Dorothy, the Goldstein's other
daughter, once again has made
the Dean's List at the University
of Georgia.
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Putty Grass of Pattys Lim-
ited Kditions will be flying in
from Paradise Beach. Nassau, to
do a super-spectacular Jockey
Club .-how on Sunday. Patty
promises the Limited Kditions
fashion [xirade will be "fiery anil
fabulous."

Two graduations in the family
-of Mr. and Mrs. I.aM rt-iu Smil.in
jlof Miami and White Plains. N.Y.
k Daughter Gail received her
* JWastri-'s decree as a reading
"specialist front the University of
; Florida: her husband, Donuld
TMM-hT. the son of Mm. Irma.
TeH-hT of Miami, received his
degree from the University of
Florida College of Law. The
Teschtrs will live in New York
while Donald works on his Mas-
ter's d'gree at New York Uni-
versity .

Duviil Shulluwax. son of Dr.
and Mm. ('. I....... Shullowuy of
North Miami Beach, who recent-
ly graduated from Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, will en-
ter Stanford University in Sci>-
tembt r on one of the less than
100 Teaching Fellowships grant-
ed to cuilege graduates through-
out thi nation by the National
Scietn Foundation. Due to his
work at M.I.T. in the field of
physio David, who will begin
working toward his Ph.D. in the
field at Stanford, was also the
the r- 'ipient of the W'oodrow
WUsor, and Danforth Foundation
Fellow -Imos.

With their children. Rhodu.
and Marion and .Murray Ilron-
*ky. .rid their grandchildren,
The GALT for a
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C/TY NEWS CDITOK
Debbi, Robin and Rick} Dronsky,
Mr. and Mrs. Abfl Davidowitz
are celebrating their 4.~>th wed-
ding anniversary with a week's
cruise to Puei to Rico and the
Virgin Islands on the S'S Izarra.
They were also feted by their
Children at a dinner for 28 at
Lenny's Hidc-a-Way.
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Mr. and Mm. Samuel Qeffen
of Miami Beach were feted on
the occasion of their Golden
Wedding anniversary June 14,
when a small family reception
was held at the home of Mr. and
Mm, Gerald F. Feggen of Miami.
Mr. and Mm. Lawrence K. Gef-
fen of Ann Arbor. Mich., were
co-hosts. Married in Boston in
1919, their three sons were born
there before they moved to Port
Chester, N.Y., where one son and
his family still live, in 1933. The
Geffens came to Miami in 1951.
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Rhea (ashman Gladwin and
Leonard ('ashman Levy have re-
turned from New York, where
they attended a wedding in For-
est Hills, had a reunion with rel-
atives and caught up with the
Broadway shows.
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Former Miamians who have
made a happy niche for them-
selves in Denver Colo., where it
was necessary to take the young-
est child for her health, are Mm.
Arthur L (Dolorea) Rosean and
daughtersl-exa, 11. Jacqueline,
daughters Lexa, 11. Jacqueline,
9. Jory, fi, and Randyl. 5. Mr.
Ki>si-nii, who is in the shoe busi-
ness in Florida, commutes be-
tween Miami and Denver, where
Randyl is progressing very well.
The local papers ran a picture of
Mrs. Rosean. Jacqueline and
Lexa greeting Tiny Tim on his
arrival in Denver for a perform-
ance, as well as a story with
pictures of all four girls, wel-
coming them to their new com-
munity. All four are enrolled at
tltc HJJo
man s
"World
jOfewigfat FlaiAdian
Friday, July 4, 1969 Paqe 5-B
Hillel Academy, a Torah Ume-
sorah school.
There are happy reunions in
the immediate future for the
Roseans. Dolores' brother, Larry
Sehatzman, will be their guest
in August, and in September,
grandparents Soi hie and Sam
Sehatzman and Sam and II.-ss
Kdeisiein of Tampa.
Lyn Pont, 17, Wins
Advertising Club's
Essay Certificate
Eight Miamians To
Study In Tel Aviv
Eight students from Miami will
leave July 9 to spend a year at
Tel Aviv University. They and 14 !
other South Florida students will
form the "Florida delegation" at
the university.
The students will live either in
the David S. Light Dormitories at
the university or with Israeli fam-
ilies in Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
meet the group at Tel Aviv during
his trip to Israel. The rabbi will be
the Jewish National Fund.
Rabbi Cutler Officiates
At Menorah For Summer
In the absence of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Rabbi Irwin Cutler
a former spiritual leader of Temple
Israel in Miramar. will officiate in
Temple Menorah.
Presently the spiritual leader of
Agudath Israel Synagogue, Mont-
gomery, Ala.. Rabbi Cutler has
I bean active in the regional USY,
. which he has served as advisor.
During the absence of Cantor
Nico Feldman. Cantor Abraham
Reiseman will chant the service in
Temple Menorah.
Vivacious Lyn Pont, honor roll
Coral Gables High School student,
is a busy teenager who finds time
to hold office in school clubs, give
service outside the academic world
and even model petite fashions for
Sears and Burdine's.
A native Floridian, the 17-year-
old high school senior walked off
with the Essay Achievement Cer-
tificate given by the Advertising
Club of Greater Miami, and was
one of six Coral Gables students
nominated for the National Coun-
cil of Teachers' English Achieve-
ment Award.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Pont, Lyn, who plans to major
in journalism at the University of
Miami, is currently features editor
of "High Lights," her school news-
paper, and has held positions as
copy reader, editorials co-editor
and news editor.
Lyn participated in the Stetson
University Advanced Studies Pro-
gram last summer, earning nine
credits in English and Psychology.
The Pont family are members
of Beth Kodesh Congregation,
U hire Lyn held a perfect Sunday
LYN PONT
School attendance record for 10
years and also received certificates
for excellence in studies.
Lyn is vice president of the Can-
dy Striper and Red Shirt clubs at
Jackson Memorial Hospital and
also holds the rank of Captain
there. She has been an AI.SAC
worker for the past three years
and also has given her time to the
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WOMAN OF Till: WEEK
The life story of Rose (Mrs. Isariorei Schu.ui/ so
just like .1 melodrama bul with a happy ending. R -
one hi seven children b irn in what i- now Austria. Thej
were ;i very religious family and
that deep feeling carried over into
:: se's own family life. Her moth-
, r died when she was one y
old. Her older sister and her hus-
band raised her and when they
went to America, Rose went *'ith ,
ihem. She was 11 years old when |
she arrived in New York. Her
irother-in-law was making nine
dollars a week and Rose went to
work. She was a little bit ol
thing and when thr foreman know-
how desperati '.\ she needed a job,
ic told her to go horn put on
hei sister's clothes as a favor to
So wnil hi r hair piled high
her sisters long black dl ss
sweeping the floor, Rose gol a job for the h inderful sum
s a week. They wanted her to go to nighl
-i: >! but up and down ten flights ol si -
ln nui h Bul she still >\ is a child at h< rl When
sist i >i a diamond engagemenl ring, Rose
on so that thej had 1 jo to the Five and Ti n and
. her a diamond ring Then the Union stepped in H
ised to six dollars. But Rose said they should
five In cxl Ihret dollars to someone who needed it
; tore than she did. Ni xt , o S h re married and life was wonderful
ni .: sl uggle. Sht worked at their -hop which was ,,
t >\vn She laughingly remembered thai she almost had her
t rsi l>abj on the elevated. With the two children. Sophie
d Abe, thej moved to small town in Alabama. So
l.j-ht. no gas and wati r was five cents a bucket. When her
third son Kerlcy "as born, both she and the baby were
wry ill. poisoned. R latives arranged for them to go to
Birimgham. There the doctoi told her that the baby's eye
would have to be removed. Rut Rose wouldn't allow it.
She .said Goct was good, Her baby had two beautiful wide
open eyes when he was brought to her. She and her hus-
band Came to the Golden State to get some of the gold.
I'.ui thej came in the midst of the 1926 hurricane and
the scenes thej saw, bodies floating in the streets, rub-
l> sh piled high sent them back to Birimgham. Always Rose
hid a smile on her lips. Through all her hardships she
never oner lost faith in the God she served. Anything
thai came along, while it wasn't always welcome was
i km with a smile. Then they moved hack to Miami She
and her husband had two very close friends. Isadora
Schwartz and his wife Diane, they went every place to-
ethor. The Schwartz's had a > and 10 cent store near the
Silvi rs plumbing store. Rose's husband died and Isadora's
... They both were very lonely. They got married and
i ov ehildn n as if they were his own and she feels
i-i as close to his son Leonard. He's a wonderful husband,
says Rose !! has been president of The Greater Miami
Hebrew Frei Lo n Association for 20 years, belongs to
!4 oi tii ns and i-. a most charitable person. He
lives to do things for |>eople and so does Rose. They've
n to I-i lei and w ml to i buck real soon. Fri-
iij nighl .- a big nighl in their home. Familj nighl and
.- i booth! Her i t ilj and husband think she i- the b sl
10k so it m is! be true, So this storj has a happj
ending, witii Rose always with .i smile doing her hit to
. little happiness to others in thi- crazj mixed up
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Friday, )uly 4, iggg
Boros-Baker
The former Lynn Carol Baker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
A Baker of Brandon. Fla., became
the bride of Andrew H. Boras, the
Oil Of Dr. and Mrs. William K.
Boras, 831 NE 109th St., Saturdaj
evening, June 21. Rabbi Steven
Jacobs officiated at the 6:30 p.m.
ci 1- monj di Id in Ti mple Israel ol
Gn ater Miami.
The bridal gown of candlelight
p. an de soie appliqued with Alen-
, 1 lit.-i was in the Juliet style
with bishop slei ves and train. The
bridegroom's sister, Phyllis M.
Boras, served as maid of honor:
bridesmaids were Edith Kaufman
and Laurel Richmond. Bruce Boras
?.-:m .
MRS
WVnur-Karin
JOSEPH LIVY
Levy-Franzus
Carol) Pranzus and Dr. Joseph
Li \y vv re uniti d in marriage Sun-
June 22, at the Eden Roc
I. Cantor Saul Bre h offici-
, ceren inj. hich w .is
1 rccepti >n at the
"
: Fi ai :vs as the maid
ir, v. ".m Sidm y L< vy servi d
van.
I jlish ich< r ai North
>] High School, the bride, who
i from Boston University,
is th daughti r of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Franzus, 7503 Bounty Ave.,
Miami B ach. Her husband, a
practicing Miami Beach surgeon.
a graduate of Northwestern
L'nivei sity and the Chicago M< d-
ii... School.
The com; le will be at homo at
llins Ave., Miami B< ach
1 they return from a Carib-
honeymi
MRS. ANDREW H. B0R0S
served as best man for his brother;
the bride's brothers, Eric Baker
and Ste\i n Baker, ushi
An elementary school teacher,
the new Mrs. Boros received her
B.A. degree in psyi in 1968
from the University ol South Flor-
ida, where In r sorority v. as I 'si
Chi.
A chi mistry major, hei
ii .i 1969 rad 1 d ol Ihe Univer-
sity ol Miami, where he was a
m mb r of S a Phi Epsilon fra-
U rnity.
Thi : I; ds w ill li\ 1 in North
Miami Beach after a wedding tour
11 Caribl 1 an.


MRS. STEVEN GROSS
Gro88-Feldman
n ti to thi
1 Francine "< !ooki I"
ind St hen Gross who were
i S nday, J in< 22, ii thi
Hotel, will H\'
T< : .
Mia )i Beach Seni >r High
S aduati the bri ho at-
Unh rsity of Flo I
. ii <\ from Memphis
1 sity, is the daughter
lr. and Mrs. Joseph Fi Idman of
.." 83th Si Miami B ach.
Her I of Mr, and
Mrs. David Gross, 1552 Washing-
ton Ave., Mian i B ai h gi
fi m Miami Beach Senior H
School, attended the Universil
Florida, here he was a member ol
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, and is
sently a senior In the Univer-
sity of Tennessee Dental College,
where he is a member of Psi
imega professional fraternity.
The bride sell cted Mrs. Herbert
Jneolison and Judy Weinzimmer
honor attendants. 1
Ion, Diane Fishman and Pal
I as l,i jdi
Cheryl
I Ivelyn Jacol 1
s best
ha 1 Mo-. Jefi
Rol rt S
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] lA/cddingi JO)*"5 r^incj
Bott-Holmes
A rccept d dinner
al the Algii rs Hotel followed the
ddin : then of thi font 1 .
' 1: and Ki mil 1 loward
J 22. Rabbi
officiati d
~ p.
i is are
sti r Leon Holmes
Trent n T< nn ai d Mr. and
1 NE 191st
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\ Mn
MRS. LAWRtNCi PAT11RS0N
Patterson-LiUman
For h r marriagi to Stafl S
Lawrence Patterson Sunday. J 11 1
22, the formi r Ch< ryl Nadine Litt-
n ... ri floor-lei gth I ridal
gow n ol : au Ii ii and Chantilly
1
Rabbi Morris Skop conducted
the 6 p.m. candli Ii I
whi< h as hi 1 i Ir thi 1' u ibl
Hotel, Miami B< ach
The bi idi was atti ndi ri by Ade-
laide Hi nriqui z, maid ol honor,
and l ridi sn .1! Is Corinni Ko
mis and S izanne Coh 1 l' l
ih. bri : was 1 ii
Scotl Litt icl B ks 1
Howard B cks scrvi .1 as is u 1 s
Th. bridi .thi ter ol Mr.
Mrs. Irvin Littman. 51 SW
54th Ave is a graduate ol Miami
Si Riot i ligh School ami Mi ..
Pad, Junior College. Her htis!
v. h pan nts are Mr.
Jrssii Patti 1 m ol Atlanta G 1
gi ad (I 1:1 C |i Pai k Sen-
Hif| nd itfi nded
'
return I
moon trip 1
... in Atlant
'. ind t
Vnu'i ieas in M. \-
: hei B.A
foreigi : iri s I
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Mill I., a

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tials, the brid -
in A-line gown ol import! d
silk 1 ovei peau de soil
I rimmed w ith sei :
; ai is and crystals and sty Ii d itl
ok ol Vi ind a huh
m ckline with small medallions ap-
with si 1 d pi ai is. Lace
mi dalli ins n embroiden .1 with
. in ails wi re scatten d over the
front of the skin, and a chapel
train of impoi ted Vi nice lace was
attached to the gown. The bouf-
' Ibow -length veil of imported
fell from a half-
hal ol n ati hing Vi nice lace flow-
nd s.ik 01
Bridal attendants included Mrs.
St .' 1 > Dick, the bridegroom's
sister, who served as matron of
honor, Margaret Ann Jones, Beth
Bornfieth and Linda Bond, brides-
maids. Flower girl was Andrea
"Nini" Dick; Michelle Dick and
Stephen Dick served as ring-
bi areis.
Alien Bott served as his broth-
er's best man; Craig Holmes, the
bridi s brother, Pi te (istrowsky
Stanley Yimou it/ ushi 1 ed
A Pan Ann 1 nan a 1 lini si m
1st two years, thi

' hool in Jackson.
di d Lake Fon si Col-
. Laki Fon st, III., the L'niver-
MRS. LOUIS SHANTZtK
Shantzek-Dtcoritz
- -It' of
n, early 1 ny ut iting

ter ol M Max
u 1 r ami s S int
Mi 1,1 Mi Mil
.'. est Avi ii nai
Jum '.' \ i'
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f( it R ibbi
Maj 1 Abi imi im ii ffi ited
Tin bridi was atti 1 .
tricia Names! I ol
II Is Debbi Shantzi k
1', hbii 1 >a\ 1- Joai ic lai 1 is
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Schnitzer-Stryker
The Ed n Roc Hoti I wast
ting foi md
ol the former Dale Susai Stn
an I Stl \( r. G S, hnit/er 1
June 21. The B 30
was !.:: im it bj ..
s. h Narot.
For her man iage, th<
lectcd a gown of whiti
s-.ie v. iih Chantilly lace appliq
and a chapi I trail and carri
arrangem* nt of orchids
attend d by St- phanie
maid of honor.
Daughter rf Mm. Mill
5640 < Sollim A\<.. and the
George I Stryker, the 1 w v
Schnltzer, who is currenl 1
ing ai 1 in the Dade Cot
i .is. i> a ;. aduati
]; ach s. nkw High Scho
i.i\. 1 sity 1 FloiIda
Th, soi : Mr. .. i Mi
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1970 graduate of th I
Houston Scl Opt
v. hero he is a ol Pi Lamb-
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-Miami High Si hool and 1 ai m
B.S legn 1 lion, ihe Univi rsitj ol
Florida.
Aftei spending their honeym ion
in Monti 1:0 Bay and 1 tcho Bios.
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Miami Springs until school n -
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Friday. July 4. 1969
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Horowitz- Weinstein
Ax 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 29.'
in Temple Judea, Coral Gables.
Rabl i Morris A. Kipper officiated
al the wedding ceremony of Dona
Dec Weinstein and Leonard Nor-
man floruit/, a reception followed
at thi t< in, lie bi lore the < tuple left
for a honeymoon in the Virgin
Islands.
a student al Temple University,
Philadelphia, Pa., the bride, who
attended the University of Mis-
souri. Columbia. Mo., after gradu-
ating from Coral Gables High
School, is the daughter of Mrs.
Aaron H. Weinstein, 4707 Orduna
Dr., Coral Gables, ami the late Mr.
Weinstein. Her husband? who is at-
ii tiding thi- University of Pennsyl-
vania Schcol of Medicine in Phiia-
i!< Iphia, graduated from Miami
Norland Senior Hi^h School and
attended Tulane University, New
i rl ans He is the son of Mr. and
Mis Max Horowitz, 2855 Leonard
Dr., North Miami Beach.
The bride's floor-length gown of'
candlelighl lace featured a high
neckline, empire bodice and point-
land sli i \ es. The hemline ol
h< r A-line skirl was scalloped anil
her aisle-wide train was attached
at th< should) rs. The bridal veil
' as .. floor length mantilla ami
sin carri< d a cascade of yellow
lai i s and liiy-of-the-valley.
The bride's sister, Deborah Ann
Wi insti in d as her maul ol
honor; matron ol honor was the
groom's sister, Mrs Stanley Joso-
wit/, and Patricia Sunness, Leslee
Weinstein, Lainie Schwartz and
Mrs. Michael Bach r were I te
bridesmaids. Robin Josowitz was
u i r gii I; St \ n Frii dman and
Edward Friedman were the ring-
i s
Pa il Fi rved as best
man for th ushi i were
Philip Vova, i iarj Janko St i
m ii r, Richai Schw ai:
imnei ind Fri d Cami
:. v. |; \i will mak l'
Po (hi ii h
Weiss- Wolf son
Sandra Carol Wolfson. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wolfson of
Houston, Trx.. became the bride
of Stuart Rillin Weiss, the son of'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss of Coral
Gables, S-,ndav, June 29. in cere-
monies which took place in Hous-
ton's Warwick Hotel.
A graduate of Houston's Bellalre
Werner- K.ihu
MffS. RONALD f. SH0MAKfR
Shoeimikt'r-Rosfiie
Diane Clan Rosene and Ronald
Eugene Shoemaker, who were
pin ried Saturday'. June 21, ex-
changed their i dding vows in a
c i' mony pt rl irn* d by Ral "
Morris Graf! at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
A graduate of Edison Senior
; '.:!. Scho l, the brid<, w\
i-its are Mr and Mrs. Howard E
Ri in' of Frceport, Grand Ba
hamas, attended Miami-Dade J in-
lor College. Her husband, who is
i n serving with the U.S. Air
Force, also graduated from M
Hdison Senior High School, when
' wns the Outstanding Athlete of
and atti nd( d Miami! lad
r Cell re He i< the son of the
; ind Mrs. Wayni M. Sho -
The brid< nvn ol
; i i : ind Venice lace
h r wed tnd carri< d i
i i :ade of w hite rosi s. She w s
i .i ( bj PaTTn la Rosene,
lion honor, and bi i<
] .it- icia R lance and l>- ll i'l "oi
M. Sho Jr.,
i i besl broth Jol
s ki n d Pati i.k Kern ipp i
; ishrrs.

at Griffith A F B R N V..
Iv i -. mm imm a ho
'a ibbi
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING RIPtlRiNG
Serving Dode Ccun-.' Oier 2< Yeor
1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904
MRS. LEONARD N. HOROWITZ
HiKh School and the University of
Miami, the bride also attended the
Universitv of Texas. Her husband,
now enrolled at the University of
Miami School of Medicine, is a
mi mbcr of Phi 1> lta Epsilon. He
was a member ol Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Delia
and Silver Spurs whin he was a
student al the University of Texas
alter graduating from high school
I Coral Cables.
Tin- I rid-, 's attendants, in identi-
cal formal Minosa linen sl< evi Ii ss
jiht.s with jewel necklines, their
n.; ire waistlines defined by white
pati nl l Its, were matron of honor
Mrs. Frank lb rzog, the bride's sis-
ter, and bridesmaids Nancy Lewis,
Mis. Jeffry Lev is. Mrs. Ronald
Robins, and Meryl Slipakoff. The
flowergirl was Kim Herzog; Bruce
Herzog and Steven Herzog were
ringbearers. The groom's father
served as his best man: Stephen
Halpern, Philip Hamcrsmith, Alan
Katzberg, Bernard Skoke, Frank
Herzog and Shelly Wills were
groomsmen; Louis Katzberg and
Michael Graham served as ushers.
The formal gown of Ivory si!k
organdy and rc-< mbroidercd Alen-
con lace si lected by the bride was
I signed with bateau necklincand
short sleeves, with appliques! of
MRS. STUART R. WEISS
lace and bridal pearls enha in|
the fitted bodice and cascadi ii
down the front ol the ..
flared skirt which fell fron
empire waistline and flowed u
back fullness and a chapel Ii I
train. The matching chapel-lei
mantilla f< ll from a Juliet cri w


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Friday, July 4 jggg j| F.
MISS SAND* CUfll KAKLAN
Sandy Karlan And
Richard Hoffman
Plan To Marry
Mr, and Mrs !'" rnarrl Karlan of
Larchmont, N.Y.. have announ
the i'iica'."'ni( ill of thi
Sandy Ellen, to Richard N. !:
man. whose parents << Mr. and
Mrs Morris Roffman, 9431 E. Bay
Harbor Dr.
Tin' bride-elecl attended Nauti-
lus Junior High School and gradu-
ati d from high school in New Ro-
chelle, N.Y. She is enrolled as an
English major al Bridgeport Uni-
versity, where she enters her jun-
ior year this September.
Her fiance who plans to enter
law school in September, has a
Bachelor of Education degree in
English from State University of
Karen Bea Pomes*
Engaged To Marry
Steven Wallenstein
Mr. ami Mrs. Frank J. Parness
TiSTO SW 10th St., announce the
1 ngagemenl of their daughter,
Karen Bea. to Steven Wallenstein.
the son of Mr. ami Mrs Murray
Wallenstein, S00 Slst St., Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect, who will enter
the University of Miami this fall,
is a graduate of Miami Coral Park
Senior High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College,
!br fiance, who is employed by
a finance company as assistant
manager, graduated from Mian I
Beach Senior High School and at-
led Miami-Dade Junior College
MISS KARtN BIA PARNtSS
Mr. tieorgr A. Simon, pres
of the Chanil>cr of Commerce of
New York. Courtland, N.Y.. and the Americas, lias announced that
has been teaching in upstate New the International Exposition i>
York. officially open.
MORRIS ROSENBERG, 75,
WAS KILLED BY A BUS IN FRONT Of THE SURFSIOE COMMUNITY CENTER
ON COLLINS AVENUE ON MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1969, ABOUT NOON
His widow is seeking anyone who witnessed the acident.
Please call Mr. Afper or Mr. Kenntdy of
374-3181
BRICE'S BARBER SHOP
BRICE REINMAN, Proprietor
11371 N.i. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beech
I. PHONE 949-2902
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Manicurist
Next to Great Valu
&an,*Mitfu&U
MISS ANNE CARUN
Anne Carl in And
Meii Gottehrer To
Marry In August
1'. Licht
of Wcstcl 'he
: daughti V'
Carlin, t.> N II Richard ', >tt.
Mrs. J M i;
tehn r, I 1740 N'K Hth Ct N I
Miami.
Miss C i lin, who is th<
of the late Harold Carlin of Sew
Yerk plans to teach afti r her
graduation this sun from N w
York University, Her fiance, who
i. compli ting his si cond year ol
study at the University of Mary-
land Dental School, Baltimon is a
mail"..ite of North Miami Huh
School and Western User..' Uni-
versity, Cleveland, Ohio, and at-
tended the Universitj >>i Florida
After their marriage at th.
White Plains Hotel, Westchcst i
. N.Y., Aug. 9. the young couple will
live in Baltimore, Md., until Mr
Gottehrer completes his schooling,
niter which he will serve with the
i S, Air Force.
Zeiehners Attend
N.Y. Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan '/- ichner
of Miami, grandparents, wen'
among the wedding guests at the
marriage of Debbie Sue Classman
and Howard David Goodman,
which took place m New York
Sunday, June l.
Serving as maid oi honor was
tin' groom's sister, Barbara Good-
man. Barry Ziman Bervcd as best
man for Ins cousin, who is a gradu-
ate of Yeshiva University and has
served two years in the armed
forces, working at the Pentagon in
Washington, in'.
After spending their honeymoon
in Miami, tin- couple returned to
make their home in New York
City, where the parents .,1 the
bride, Mr. and Mrs. [rving Class-
man, and tin- gioom's I ither and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Good-
man, also live.
MM IIAKI. COHEN
Michael, the son ..I Mr. and Mrs
Heno Cohen, will lx' called to the
Torah a- .. Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
July ."). during the 11 a m services
of Temple Sinai oi North Dad*
conducted at the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium by Rabbi Ralph P.
i\ dej
Michael ,,tti nds Temple Sinai's
I!. ligioilS S. hool, and will elite,
the ighth grade at John F. Ken-
ntdy Junior High School this fall.
A reception ill be held in Hud
l ijcki ; 's I'e staurant following the
-. i \ ici s. m honor of the celebrant.
Among the out ol town guests
at thi festivities will be Michael's
m Ni w York
| v u Haven, Com
SAUL \\ VhsM W
S I .. |>h thi s m ol Mi and
Mrs San .' : smai will
Mitzvah
Sal la> .I 1 > 5,
a- I". mpk
en In-
will conduct the
Fridaj i vi ning
as well a^ th>
S 11 rd
ing w o r s h i p
i -.
Saul. w ho ill
"^^^T"! "" .en -mhth
Is a student al
Rockwa> Junior
High S where he plays trum-
;M't m the school band He has
been a student al Tempi. Or Olom
Religious School five years, and
will continue his stud> there.
Saul's parents will sponsor the
Oncg Shabbat Friday evening and
the Kiddush following the morning
| s. rvlces Saturday in Ins honor, and
a dinner-reception Saturday eve-
ning in Beth I i.e. id Congregation's
Spcctoi Hall.
Among the honored quests will
I). Mr and Mrs. Yudel l'rii/ansky.
Saul's grandpasents; Mr. and Mrs
Tvvyah Neimao, Cincinnati, Ohio,
and Mr, and Mrs. Sam Pruzansky,
great-uncles and aunts of th.
brant; Mr and Mrs. David \V,,kv.
man. Mr and Mrs Gregory Waks-
man and Mr. and Mrs. M ,
Konski. Tampa, and their families-
Mr. and Mrs. I/zy W.-iksman. Phi -
adelphia, Pa; I.ind P. ret/ri n ol
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Richard Benjamin
Makes Film Debut
Rirhanl FJonjamin, who makes
liis film ill hni In "GcxKlbye, Co-
hnribus." Paramount Pictures' v. i-
Blon of the book bv Philin Roth
whkh won the National Book
Award, was voted "best actor" in
his senior year at Northwestern
University, where he majored in
dramatics.
Paula Prentiss, his former class-
mate, whom he married a year
after graduation, was voted "best
artless."
call it love on the
FJenjamin says of
"You could
first hall.it."
tin ii romance.
Now being
held over for the
third week at the Sheridan Tin a-
tre, "Goodbye, Columbus" also
stars Jack Klugman and Nan Mar-
tin .md introduces All MacGraw.
Pythians Elect New Officers
Elected to serve Maccabee
Lodge No 182, Knights ol Pythias,
for the coming year were Harry
Hi rsch. chancellor commander; Sol
Gordon, via chancellor; Lou Nilve,
prelate; Harry Beyer, master of
works; Ja.-k Lowe, recording sec-
retary; Lewis Raymond, financial
secretary; Nat Brimason, mastei
at arms; Bernard Chancy, lodgt
deputy; Floyd Kranz, inner guard;
Isidore Sinister, outer guard, and
trustees Harry Rubenstein, Lou
Primason. Phil Banner, Max S
ley and Ralph Kit In.
Enjoying a moment of relaxation at the
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Staff Sami-
nar Banquet are, left to right, Dr. and Mrs.
Ronald Shane. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Glick
and Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Meitus. Dr. Shane
was one of the faculty members for the 3-
day May 7-10 teaching seminar. Dr. Glick
is chairman of next year's Seminar and Dr.
Meitus wc3 chairman of this year's post-
graduate activity which attracted over 700
Doctors from all over the United States.
^ M-YWI1A Events Are Announced
A serii s of events has lx.'en
planned by the Y.M YWHA of
Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St..
for the holiday weekend.
On Friday, members are invited
lo use the recreational facilities,
("amp will Ite closed.
The dance Saturday from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. will feature the music of
the Bob Murray Orchestra.
The program Sunday Includes
one-act plays at 2 p.m.; father-son
and mother-daughter volleybal1
games at 1 p.m.. and a bar-b-que
at 5 p.m.
Tickets for the activities an
available at the switchboard.
R. Thomas Dawson, registered
representative with the Coral <; -
i Ii s ..nice ot Thomson and Mc-
Kinnon, members ol the New York
stock Exchange, will be the guest
-: i aki r at a mi 11 ing of the "Y"
Women at 10 a.m. Wednesday, His
topic will he 'A Woman's Guide to
. Wall Street."
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Friday, July 4. 1963
. AN ITALIAN PARTY
The Night in ltd;, was a dinner at Westview
Country Club. Red and white table cloths, candles
tuck in bottles, Italian posters and cunning
favors, donkies on their back holding wine b.it-
tles (really salt and pepi>or shaker-' s't the
scene for a delightful evening. No one d;d any
Italian dancing ami the music was regular music
but the food was definitely good, fattening,
Italian fare. Dress was casual. Amons; the guests
were Mr and Mrs. Samuel .). Hal|>erin. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Herbert Matties, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Frehlins. Dr and Mrs. Harold Rind. Mr. and
Mrs. David P. Catsman. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Gertner. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tate, Dr. and
Mrs. Edward K Galler. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Koven. Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Laurence Levenscn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korcn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fdward Denison and Mrs. James
Cohen.
SHOLOM. SHOLOM
There's always something exciting going on
over at Dr. Lewis and Josie Glueekaufs house.
Son Bobby is in Israel now i vacation from col-
lege.1 Josie who is a ham radio o|>erator was
on the air and got an Israelian call. She talked
to the man who said he lived in Jerusalem. Josi.1
excitedly said she had just received an air mail
letter from her son from there. To make a long
story short, the man made arrangements to
contact Jcsie either the next day or the day-
after He went on a scooter to Bobby's hotel took
aces
Mm back to In- house, flying along behind him
on the scooter. The whole familj talked to
B rl by for forty minutes. It was five-thirty
Sunday here in Miami but in Israel it was eleven
thirty. Bobby is fascinated with Jerusalem and
kept telling his father and mother that they
should come over to see this amazing count ry.
The old city and the new have to be seen to lx-
believed. He is going on to flat where no doubt
he will be in a Kibbutz. The call ended with
Sholoms all arond.
BON VOYAtJE
Two kinds of parties were given at once by
Mrs. Lake Dolan and Mrs. Morris Rosen. It was
a dinner party at the Presidential Diplomat Inn.
The Maurice Sheins were leaving for their first
trip to Europe. The Edward Pragers ami the
Samuel Falicks wen- also going to Europe.
Barry and Judy Shein were leaving Miami, t.ni
They weren't going so far but they are going
to stay longer. They are moving to Atlanta. Of
course their two sets of parents are desolated, the
Sheins and the Falicks as well as grandma. Mr-
Lillian Bernstein and Uncle Jack Thompson.
Other guests included Mr. ami Mrs. Irving Levy
and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Weissman. Another
party was hosted by Mrs. Lillian Bernstein with
all of the same people and a few others includ-
ing Mrs. Sylvia Williams and Mr. and Mrs Max
Cohen.
frances lekito*
Farband Annual Picnic Set
'l he annual picnic >>f the Cha
Weizmann Branch, Farband-Labor
Zionist Order, i!l br hi 1.1 in Lag
Shelter, on Hie w.st side of Grey-
nokta Park, Sunday. Members who
have ears are requested to help
provide transportation for those
who do not. Pickup i>oint is the
Washington Federal. L234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Bench, until
10:30 am After meeting in front
oi Junior's Restaurant in the 79th
Street Shopping Center, the eats
will all proceed to the picnic area
Lauderdale Temple Moves
To New Edifice Friday
The last service in its old build-
ing will be held by the congrega-
tion of Temple Emanu-EI in Fort
Lauderdale this weekend
The Torah Scrolls will be carried
to the new building at 3245 W.
'Oakland Park Blvd.. Friday. July
, 11. in a procession which will begin
at the old building on South An-
drews Ave. at 7:.T0 p.m. A police
' escort has been provided for the
traditional procession.
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sarretf Japanese sfy/e
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Outgoing president. Marvin
Moss, (left) introduces Sid Gersh
at the recent Miami Beach Jay-
cee installation dinner dance.
Mr. Gersh was elected to head
the group for 1969-70.
ARABLE LAM) has more than
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\
JOSEPH fi MONDMS
Joseph FVfondres Is
\<>u>! Outstanding
Lodge President
-1 I i R. Mi ndres. who r
; '' rah c ] dgc. Mi i
B< a< W IS y (I 1:: 0 It --;ii, djnfl
I nl for 1988 69 o'l I
B'rith Dlsti let Grand Lodge No. 5
at iis n ( ni n. auville Hoti i con-
vt ntion.
A mi nihi r ol tin cami algn cabi-
net of the Combined Jewish Ap-
pi al Ura< l Emergency Fund, Mr,
Mondres is a vice president of the
Hillel advisory board and of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
'-:< s.

Harry Javits And
Robert 1 Grazier
t Promotions
The promotion of Harry Javits
a i xi-ontivr vice president and
ob> 11 J Si azii r to senior vice
cesi li r.t in charge of commercial
ijiis (ias Ivi 11 announced by
iibin Zcrlin, president ol Miami
ational Hank.
*M,r. Jnvits is a past chancellor of
HO"iqurror l-odjre. Knights of Pyth-
l|as. a past officer of Valorous
ljxlge. Fr>e A Accepted Masons,
ftfid a five-time president of De-
?fenders. j*udgo. B'nai B'rith. Now a
ivjee prrsidont of Pro-Bus Lodge,
CTnai B'lth. tn Miami, he has been
chairman or coehairman in fund
Tailing drives for the American
I Red Cross. Boy Scouts of America,
Slate of Israel Bonds and United
SJewish Appea).
He recently chaired a Fontaine-
. bliiiu Hot I luncheon for his cousin,
Sen. Jacob K. Jav its. in behalf of
>4 Pro-Bus Lodge, at which the scn-
. ator was presented with the "Out-
I standing Citizen of the Year"
award.
Mr. Grazier, who was apt>ointed
;> to the United States Assay Com-
mission by President Johnson, is a
member of the American Numis-
matic Association and is a "K< I-
low" in the American Numismatic
Society.
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kennel Club Sets
Holiday Matinee
Flagli r Ki nnel Club marks the
halfway point in its highly tuc-
' bsI .1 104-night m< i tins this
week with the S1O0.000 Interna-
tional '.'lassie continuing in the
spotlight.
The final Quarterfinal round in
the classic was scheduled for
Wednesday night to determine the
24 greyhounds among the 10 still
in contention who will advance to
Saturday night's first semi-final
round.
Three douhleht ader. matinee-
evening p cfonnances are on tap
for the holiday weekend. In addi-
tion to the usual Wednesday and
Saturday twin-bills, an extra af-
ternoon program will be lit Id on
Friday.
Peerce Brothers In
Goodbye, Columbus
Jan Peerce, the Metropolitan
Oiiera star, and his brother. Mae
Peerce. portray brothers who are
partners in a carpet manufactur-
ing firm in Paramount Pictures'
film "Goodbye Columbus." now
playing at Loovv's 167th St. Twins,
Bay Harbor, Westchester and
LauderhiU Theaters.
During the filming of one scene
' in which they appear, the Peerce
brothel's became involved in a
; heated argument as to whether
wool or nylon would be preferable
for a certain type of rug.
'The roles for us were very
natural." Jan Peerce commented.
"All Mac and I had to do was the
same thing we've been doing since '
we were small boys argue with
one another!"
The BIMtoal town of t.aehish
was e:i|'!ured by Joshua in the
I 1Mb Century BOB and annexed to
liiii, .i. The city WM besieged by
Sennaeherib and destroyed by
Ni'lun h,iilin-//.:ir. although it Tf-
i|i|u;iri"l as a vill&gr until By-
zantine 11in. s. I'ottery uncovered '
at the *ite in 193.5 contains He-
brew I "tiers in.in local command-
ers |o their superior officers. (JT.\)
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.NMMift PLENTY OF PARKING AT ALL THEATRES
FEATURE-BAY HARBOR WESTCHESTER LAUDERHILL
2. 4, 6. 8, 10
Armv Pt'iil^Ss* Study Published
A study which compared two One nl the dentists making
tyr* ol dies used i" Inject stud; was Capt, '.:. i
' tics tit pos I clinics, Miami thi son : Mrs Lil
; lared by thr am lentist ":....
v-i n publish l .: i Jim" v.-lm wul t.-io in the ^Vlian
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Written by
PHILIP ROTH
a
Author of
S'
"PORTNOY'S COMPLAINT"
'RICHARD BENJAMIN
JACK KLUGMAN
* ALI MacGRAW
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Vilgot Sjoman's complete and uncut / Am C.r oos (Ye'low) is
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maining movie conventions," says Wiliiam Wolf of Cue Magazine.
The Evergreen Film presented by Grove Press stars Lena Nyman.
A Sandrews Production. ADMISSION RESTRICTED TO ADULTS.
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Friday, July 4. 1959
Miami Happenings
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz discusses find ananqements for
their July 9 trip to Israel w ents, from left to right
(seated^ Bella Barna, I dith Goldstei
Laurel Gancn; (standing Eri Rcqer Stem, S:c:t
Matter and Michael Mctz
- Shirley -; c!
the 13-member Deed Clul ia
pictured turning ever an
.. S10.C ick fcr the
ice and support cf the
Deei Club Children 3 Cancer
Clinical lional Children's
Cardiac Hospital, to Her..
Ho:: director of Development at
the Hospital. Mrs. Lee Klein is
directs! :: the clinic. The monies
to run the clinic are/aised in
part :rom the proceeds of the
Deed Club annual ball which
will oe held this year at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Satur-
day Nov. 8th. Mrs. Lee Robin-
sen :s chairman of the festival.
Obituaries
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-AL NOTICE
NOTICE .iSOEB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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7 4-11-11
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MUNIZ, Mari 1.
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SCHIMMEL. I.il.l.v "
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JACOBS, Milton ." '
. Harboui ^,
The offiCOS <'f Monrnj Sheldon.
Inc.. b insurance firm, hav
2i mi Prairie Av Miami
a president,
has ''
The Orwin1 and Lays** law firm
has be n appoint d gen< ral coun-
for the Bank <>i Miami. 110 E
Flagler St.
A
Har- : Vhbott, C.L U local lif"
Insurai i agent who sents
Miada Life Asaaranc* < ''
; th ann ; '
Roi nd Ta I -
dusiry's forei isl eali
. ., 1( t the D Hotel in
I
Th- appointm nl : Boyd.
r Bertha
Rienzi and 1 na r intone I i l
position of assistant treas r has
been announci d by Miami Beach
Federal, which ha ; i!--
sistant si rotary Richard Si
li. ry manager ol its new Kendall
branch office, scheduled t" op< n
this month in th>' Village Mall
Shopping Center, and assistant
treasurer James Oliver to manage
the North Shore office.
*
Richard Bisher, head teller "f
the flagler Federal's downtown
Miami office, has been promoti d to
assistai managei ol tn< Bisi aj i
Shoppine Plaza office ol the, Asso-
ciation Arli ne Hurley, a I
the downtown office, was ch
ssoi in the hi ad 1
Mitchell Wolfson. pn sidi i I
Wi.m.-t.u Enterprises, Inc.. who
was -

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Am rican Acadu f
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-
Postmaaler E. M. Dunlap an-
nounced thai th. Soutl M
Branch Posl Offici moved to its
new buil i :>'-'' SW
70 SI So ith Mi imi Fl U '3
v s tines; I is' Mon-
laj
Martin S. Rouen, Coral I lables
,- .,,;.- inity Developmenl D p irl
me it d been
. : '' "f
Fl
ft
\niiir 11. Courshon, presidenl
Ih<- Nations
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Jamaica l>"' restaurant and
English Pub, 12
Ki \ Biscayi has h i n ild to
Key Biscayne Enterprises
Princip : n il I Berg Ro
Bcrzin md John F. Kavanewsky.
*
At the last meeting <>f the Board
,>f directors the ( ounty National
Bank ol North Miami Beach de-
clared a 25-cent-per-sharo Muar-
tcrly dividend.
Bal Harbour police officer Law-
rence Vaaman has been selected
fficei th nth fi i June |
bj thi I le Countj ition
, Chii fs ol Polii i and n i ipv nt ol
i $20 rd 1
Dumas Milner < hevrolei
A-- iciation". nth'.;
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Lawrence Berliner
Dies At Age Of 87

i ,. "' Berl r of 541 SW
24th R I., wl ha. Mian j
I yeai passed awa>
. Baltim al tl ;>
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One of the foil rs ol Both
Raphai Congregai >n of Mian
B. ach he was its first vii i presi-
denl and was also n nber i
r.. th Da\id Congn g itlon
A native "f Corry. Pa. Mr, Ber-
liner was engaged in newspapei
work there until h< mo" I to New
Veil, in 1924. After he came I
Miami in 19-10. he at rved as night
club critic for Billboard rnagaztn
., i later became a colun nisi I
Si Busii as, a theatrical pubii-
I catl i
Sui l\i rs Include I is list -r-ip,-
law, l lia l r, (^f Miami;
.'. an I niei i Mr. ai d M
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City Nation .1 B u M
ced the follow iioni
at t-'-.-1 B .-. B lard ol >;
::. t : I Iiit Brit.i. Waxticr Mor-
ris and Joseph M. Sdmtitl
beei tanl hies
i .Mi.- < |e for t i.t-.
ibli L fe .As
- : named Mai
Si nle\ Watts '. A Fl n
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and one er ALICANPIDAITS A6RFE.
ZIPCOOE SP6EPS
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The warm grasting of
your Welcome Wagon
hostess with "The Most
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World will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
v ly toward new and
lasting friendships'
If you are new in town,
call
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fcday, July 4. 1969
t'Jenist' florMKbun
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
felTICB IS HEREBY aiVKN thai
undersigned, desiring ii encase In
un.l.T Ihi' fictitious name ol
SEl'II ASSOCIATES at .'i40 Wnl
Street. Minmi Reach, Florida
da to register wild name with the
of tli.- Circuit Court ,.f Dade
it). Florida
(ilMI'KI. O RIM LAND
PHILIP KELLER
HMPEL. ORLMLAND, TI'.ISTKK
ISTni. and l >8E
Mjra for
peril ASSOCIATES
rtheaat Flrsl Avenue.
iini. Florida 13131
7 l-U-18-36
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iiTici: is HEREBY GIVEN that
[undersigned, deals! tig to engage in
pss under the fictitious name >>i
VAHD P UROSS, M l> at Xni
I'.'th street, Hlnlaah, Florida
s to register wild name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court "t
County, Florida.
DWARH F OR! S8, M I> | \
By: EDWARD F OROSS
Pi nidi in
MI:i::: FKOMHBKii
nil. p a
hi j h for
f.\l!l' K lit* 'SS, MIi P.A.
Blecayne Building
|1. Plorlda
7 I II l8-3n
OTICE BV PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10492
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
N ISABEL Cl K iPEK,
ntlff
\ s
ItT ALLAN Cl IPISH
tnilant,
BERT ALL \ v i-i ii IPKK
IK iKEHT v 1.1.AN i i|'i:it
bj notified that a Bill ..f Com-
for I llvon li.i- l fill d
1 ii and u are required in
c npy ..f youi Ansu er or Pit. il
" Bill if Complaint on the
- altoi in \ p| I.i.li; A \11
linsle) Ituildii g, Miami,
and file Ihi original
or Pleading in thi ol
the i In ii i in i on mi
he litli il.o August, 1969 It
I" do Hit, ludgim il hj di u
u t the
I null ill iii ill. Bill ol
nhall be published .....
ek for .! const ui |Vf week*
: JEWISH PI i HtlDI \N
: AND HtDBRED ill Miami,
thin !3th da) ..i Jui \ 11
I RATHERMAN, Clerk,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN thai
the underalgned, desiring t>> engage
in business under the fictitious name*
of A CRtUKB CENTER; BAHAMA
HI REAL' OF TRAVEL; JAMAICA
BI.REAI7 tip TRAVB1.; PI'ERTt)
RICAN BUREAC OP TRAVEL.:
HAWAII BI'REAI' OP TRAVEL
-VASSAL BPKEAI' OP TRAVEL;
MEXICAN BCREAC p TRAVEL'
ALL HOTELS RESERVATION CENT-
ER: TRAVEL CENTER POB POST-
OONVENTION TfH'Rg; PEDERAT-
ED INTERNATIONA Ii TRAVEL
MAXINE rjAI.EN
Sole (i\s iiit
7 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY WVKN t
uie underalgned, desiring to engagi
NAPTI Al. ENTERPRISES at
n Hibiscus Drive, Miami Beach
tend to register aald name with
uit fi.urt
Clerk of thi i-h,
County, Ploridi.
KAY BOROVICKA
It
hal
In
of
t".-,
in-
the
ade
, fcireu
40* iW'i
Miami
Atton
Courl i ui. i 'ounty
lj I. ALEXANDI
Deput) i
('"in i Si .i 11
: A BRl'MER
ley Building
Florida
- f.T iMiiinnrr
Plorlda
III
"*7HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lltfl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Caae No 69-10921 Judge Popper
NOTICE OF SLIT FOR DIVORCE
1UT8SKI I Ui .|;TII
PtMnm;"
NAJtCI .\ ui: III
Dafei. .
TO: N.1.M1 u. .i:th
7 For.sl R...I.I
Sali~l.ui M.i-N.i, husetts
TOfJ. N \\, V Wi.liTH. al'" h.Tl-I.V
notified thai ,i Complaint for Divorce
haa Dei fi|. .1 :n:.iin.-i you. ...i.l i..u
are texiuir, .i -hi. ,, ,.P\ ,,i V,,UI-
An"*r "r '"b-ading to Hi.- Complaint
for Dl\ < i.n the Plaintiff* Allot-
ney._ 1(. \ ml i. |, wis K ,,,,.
i ayne Building, !: W Flagli
Miami, Plorlda 9 II 10, Phone
and fill the original Answer
sing In Hi. c Ifflce of the Clerk
I'lrcull Courl on "i hi fore the
f August, l!B!i If you fail to
ludgmem bj default will hi
gnu -i >ou for the n Hi i di
In the i 'omphi Inl for l llvon
Nolli shall hi published once
for four i 11 ..-... ui ,i.
THE JEM ISI1 l--Lni:i|ilA\
AND ORDERED, al Miami
'In- i iliij of JuB I'".'-
! M I BATHHRMAN,
1 lerk, ( 'ii. ini i 'ourl
, I '- ui Plorlda
n> M VROCERITE KENT
I Mill V I '|, r|{
II < '..til I Si ,,| i
7 l-ll-l*
*HE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84065
In at. I
A.N JATKOFP
laaed
NOTICE iO CREDITORS
II t redltnrs and All Pi rsons
living Claims oi Den
alnsl Said Batate
hereby notified and required
ni any laime and demands
|'U m.iy have agalnsl the .-.-
l*o?"! VI,'"AN ATK..PP ,l...,,,s,,|
rv, ,''""' ,',,"",v- i'l'" i'l-1. to Hi..
SSSi '"''-- "( i-...I. c.iiniu. and
! 'i ''" '"l!' '" 'lui'Ii' in.- iin.I ;i- |.r..-
I "' Beclion 733.16. Plorlda Stat-
their offlrea In the County
*ii"ui.. m Dade County, Plorlda
al* calendar monthi from the
r the first publication hereof,
Mini- in i. barred
led at Miami Plorlda, this 30 day
A l> 1989
PRIEDAJATKOFF
As Bxecutrix
' publication of Una notice on
Ath liny of JU|, |,,,.
T[ -V EPSTEIN
J>ne> for Batate
Uncoln Rd.
ii Beach, Pin
7 i-n-is-:'.",
AL MBTZNER
*..i'
M< iRTIMER s COHEN
Attorn, > f,,r Applicants
" Alnsli > Building
_____ 7 l-n.iv.j-,
im t2IIo,EBV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10816
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I 'I IS M I3ARCIA
Plaintiff
MERCEDES PABRBOA flARCI \
I fends hi
Ti : MERCEDES PAKREtl \
(5ARCIA
--'"'7 Mi yers SI rei t
Torrunci Cnllfi
lou, MERCEDES PABREC.A IIAR.
'.' v "' h< ri h) notified thai it Bill of
' 'xnnhnnl f..r Divorce has be, n filed
' v u ai il you an rmiulred to
serve ;, ,..,,, of ,..iir Answer or Pit
'" Bill of Comnlainl on the
'.' .' ,; ej IRWIN tj. CHRIS
.'. .-' u; Mi ":"' Street, Miami,
! I file th. orlg .,] v,
r M. a.llng In the ol f thi Ch-th
"' 'hi In int i '..nit on or Itefon lit,
''ii diij oi tugu i ii if you l
'",'' "' judumi in by .1, fault will be
'ii for thi rellel !,
thi Bill ... compl
rhls noli, Nhall lie published
each week for four coim, ,-utlvi ,
In Tin: n:\\ ish pi uRini \\
,.,"">',: ,vv.....IDEREn .,: M
1 -his Soth day of June A [J
E II LEATHERMAN, Cli rk
t Ircult r ui li nli i-nui f Plorlda
Bj C p COPBLAND
Oeitutj Clerk
n nit Court s
IRW l\ .; CHRISTIE ESU
- West P|ng|,.| Streel
Miami P| i.i .
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 I -11 -18 23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
Caie No 69-10732
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I VI DI \ A ALLEN
Plaintiff.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10*49
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIE HARRIS.
Plaintiff,
v.-
: I.AIKA J HARRIS.
Defendant
TO: MRS. I.AI'ltA .1 HARRIS
Sign North Bill Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You. I.Allt.v .1. HARRIS, ii r. here-
by notified that a BUI >.f Complaint
for Divorce haa been filed agalnsl
you, and you are required to serve a
' copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bin ,.r Complaint on ih,- Plain-
tiffs attorney, PALI. POLLACK, 17""
i N \\" Ttlt Street, Miami, Plorlda :t-':i::".
: and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in Hi,- office of the Clerk m the
Circuit Court on or before the 8th day
: of August. 1969. If you fiiil to do so.
Judgment by defnull will be taken
iit'iiitist you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four roiiMecutlve weeks
in Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
BONE an 11 itRDEREIi al Miami,
Plorlda, this -j,;iii day ,.f ,iUn, a d
i in;:'.
B B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dnde County, Plorlda
By: C P Ci iPBI \ n i
1 lepul | i "let I,
(I 'ircult Courl s. nli
PALI. I'liLL.MK
17" N \V. 7Ih Sit. .
Minmi, Phn Ida
Attorney for Plalntifl
: i -1 i -1 v -.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to cngngi In
business under the fictitious name ..i
ALL AMERICAN IM 11 1 > IX (; MAIN-
TENANCE COMPANY in ',n;n s VV
97th Avenue, Minmi 331B." Intends t-.
registi r said ..... u nli Ih, Clerk of
the Circuit CoUll of |i,i.|. CoUlltv
Plorlda
SEY.Mi Hi: HINKBS
Sole i inner
7 I i I I >
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEKY CIVEN lhal
Uiiderslgni d, ,l, Hiring In ngagi in
hUsim -- it: ill r the flctltlou lime
AKTIILi: till I.MAN M l> til 1 : .
N E I28rd Strei i North Miami,
Klnridn intends to register nld name
with Hi- Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol I Mtde 'ounty. Plot Ida
ARTHCR nil.LMAN, M II P A
Uj ARTHI'R (IIL1..M \N
I.....Idem
l'i:i I.MBERO, PHoMHERi;
A R( ITH I \
Attornej h for
m:tmii: till.I M \N, M h p v
M I"- Bis, lym Building
Miami, Ploridn
J.-.S-I l-t
T I 11 l :".
(fore i.i day
f.iuli will be
- j
417 Bi
Streat.
I7jfci
or Pfc-.i
of tbt
oar
do so
tukea
"tS:
weeks
I KIM
Ploridn
(Cl
CH \KI ES ALLEN,
I letendanl
Y. il. CHARLES ALLEN resident .
unknon n, are requiri .1 in sei \. ., npj
of your Answer to the Complaint for
Divorce on DAVID M QONSHAK,
Attornej for Plaintiff, I4;,7 N w 7tli
Street, Miami, Plorlda, 33125, and file
".....ticni.il Answer In the ..ft.......f
the Clerk ,.i the Circuit Court on or
befon Ihi 1st !. \ of Vugust, I9B9, or
I Defnull will l entered agalnsl you
I VTEI i tl i- .Til, da) of .Im.. I9r.li
(Cln t.......in t Seall
K B LEATHERMAN
("Ii rk, "Ircull '..urt
Dade I 'ountj Ploridn
l:> M vROCERITH KENT
Deputj Clerk
NOTICt BJ PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 69-10926
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ILIA......N ZALEZ,
!
* -
I'l: \ NI 'IS'" I II ,;, i.NZA I i:/.
I ,.' ndnnl
li I'll VNCISCi > i: OONZALEK
Ploridn
Ell i .! |
I ii. ll; \ NCISI l R C' i.vz \ LESS,
are hi rebj no......I lhal u BUI ,.f
Complaint fin Divorce has been filed
again* I you at you an t um .i t.,
servi :i copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tli. Bill ,.f i 'omnlalnl on II
i'l.in tiff's nttorney, DI'NN AND
JOHNSON. 416 Blscayne Lull.line
Miami, Plorlda 3318(1 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
offi......f Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before Ihe 6th day of
August. 19*9. If you fall to ,1,, so,
Judgment by defnull will be taken
ngainsl v.'u for the relief demanded
In ih" Bill of Complaint
Tills notice shall !> published nnce
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PIORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Minmi.
Plorlda, this SOth day of June A.D
1969.
E l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit ("ourl. Dade County, Plorlda
By: c p i-i ,|'|.;i \\|t
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DI'NN AND JOHNSON
4I( Itiscnyne Building
Miami, Plorlda 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 4-11-ls-'.''.
IN THE CUUN i v juuuE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83727
In RE: Estate of
1'ALI.INK Zt.l.i nil
I i., .:,-. .1
XI iTICB T( CREDIT! HIS
'To All Creditors and All Per nns Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
Y..u are hereby notified ., .1 requir-
ed t.. present any claims or Demands
Agalnsl Said Estate
You arc hereby notified mid requir-
ed io present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl ihi
late of PAI'LI.NK X.i H.OTH, ile. i used
late of Dade County, Plorlda, to the
County Judges ,.f Dnde County, and
file the same In dupllcat, and .is pro-
vided in Section 7:.". 16, Plitrliln Sta-
tutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dnde County, Plorlda,
within six calendnr months from th.-
hum- of the first publication hereof,
ttr the same u ill be ban t .1
l>.it,-,l in Minmi, Plorlda, tins 27th
day u( June, A l> IJM5H.
M 11.'I't IN /.i'l, 'Til
SEI MA ZEIDMAN
A.- Exe, utors
Pits' publication ..f ilii~ notice on
ill. Itli ,l.i\ of .lulv 191 !l
SIM' IX ll \ vs A IRI'NDWEIH :
Al lot-':. \ for i Ixe, in..ts
""I Alnsl, Itulhllnu
Miami Ploridn
: i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N't ITICB IS HEREBY IIIVK S
Mi. un ib io etigiiR
liusln, u tlei th, ctitiou i n
(iIRL TA1 K and TEEN T VI K
N V\ 2tlt sit. I, Minmi. Plorlda
intends '< reelster snld nnniei
Hi. clerk "f n i lit Court of l mil,
, unt> PI
in Hit I" T VI K IN, iRPi ll) VTEH
i:> JOEL H ROSNER,
l'r,-i,|.nt
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10518
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
, OSCAR .MORA
vs.
SILVIA ftlANSO MORA
To SILVIA .MAM-WtiMOrt.V
l"i l Sheridan Avenue
Bronx. New York 10466
Vou. SILVIA MANSi i MORA, nre
hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint
i fur Divorce has i.....n filed ajprinat
, you. and you are required to serve n
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
tlu- Bill ..I Complain) on the Plaintiffs
attorney, SIDNEY BFRONSON. Jis
Ainsliy Building, .Miami. Ploridn 31132
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Coun on or before the 31st
day of July. 1969. If.vou fail to do so,
judgment by default will i- taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nnce
rnch Week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JKWISII PI/IRIDIAN
BONK AND ORDERED al Miami.
I Plorlda. tins ir.tli day of June AM
I'.,,'.
K li LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
( if. int Court, I >ade County. Ploi Ida
By: c. P ci IPEI.AND
I leputj CU rk
t ('ircui' ('"in i Seal <
Sll IN BY KI'K' i.NSI >N
; 612 Am- l.\ BuildltiK
. Miami. Plorlda 33132
Attornej for Plaintiff
j___________ : L'T 7 4-11-l<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 69-7566
Judge n.i'.n-.<-
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
WII.I.IA.M KHWARII BAI I.ANTINi:.
Plaintiff,
''.i:i:ai.mink BALLAXTINE,
fief< i,laiil
Vet C.KRAi.DINE RAI.I.ANTINE,
llanlel ('louse, ';7::'. Vncum Streel
I' l.li.lna. Pennsylvania, are re-
quired to serve n copj of your answer
t" the < 'nmiil .ui f..t | livorce nil
MAVIIi M ,;i i.NSH \K. Attorned for
i tifl : l.'T N" \\ 7th Street, Minmi.
l file nil nrii
Aiibwi nfflc, nl in, Clerk !'
' li. 'n int i 'ourl on ..i I.
"i August. !'.',.:. ..r ., |,.
entered agalnsl you
HATEI >. tin- -"th .la\ of June I'"
i: II I.F. VTHERMAN. CIi rk
1 Ult Cl UI I '."I. It'lH Plot l.l.i
11} M VROI'ERITK KENT
I |iutj "li rk
6 27 7 1-11-IS
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl ORIOA IN AND FOR
DA of coi iMTY
No. 69-10166
MflTirr oe action
i ST \N I ,i:v a OARI UNER and
111*1 EN \\ : \RDINER, his wifi .
Plaintiffs,
I'M
ri.U VIIII P I ll MIIAM an,I
ESTEI I \ M nl MIIAM. Ins wifi
their It Irs i \. cutors,
administrators, successors
ivi^n^. ,,n,i -,]i nersons
holdlne i hrntigh or by them,
M, f. imI.iiiIs
Ti All parties claiming Interest
hi through, tinder or ngninxt
El i\V IIIDP i ii Mil x M and
ESTEI I A m Mil \M.
his wife, ami nil their
unknown grantees, devisees,
Knees ..i- claimants
a 'nl .-ii nther tin rties having
< ......- '- "iv right,
title or Interest In th
in..i in..'. I" rein sought to
he call, elled
V"i vrk HEREBY NOTIFIED lhal
ati \ -11 it for Cn-icellatlon "f Mort-
gage has heen filed Against you ami '
you an m.-.l t.. serve a copv of
votlr '' ii .:... If mv. t., ii on
CHAR1 i:.~ IV l:\TTlsTI and AINS-
i BE R PRRDIE. Attorneys fur th.
Plaintiff, whose :i> 1.1,.-- iv _":i- s w
L. i. un, lliinil Coral (laities, Ploi I
oi.i file ihe original with the Clerk "f
ih.. altot tyled courl on nr before
23 July. I'".', otherwise n judgment
mav l" igalusl you for the
granted in the complaint or
,,
WITNESS m- I and ami Ihe seal of
-...1 'nurl on June
i: II I i: \THKRMAN
i' n i '..'i.i
Bj I S. Di PIETRi i
Peputi '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10263
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OANIEL l i:i Pa '\\ I''/
I'l. ti
ANN LBIBOWITZ,
lleli ndant
T( ANN I.KIBi 'WITZ
'7 I I:.,.-! sl'.h Street
Rronkl} 'i. New York
You. ANN' I.EIIll '\\ I'l"/ an here,
hj notified lhal n Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, nnd "it are required to servi
,,i|.> of >"Ut Answer Bill of Complain) "ii the Plaintiff's
attorney, (KMIDMAN \- HOLTZMAN,
llmi Concord Bldg., 66 West Plogler
St., Miami. Plot i.la 13130 and flic Ihe
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of ih. Clerk "f the Circuit
Courl on ,'t before the 1st day of
August, 1969 If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default w ill be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in th" Bill of Complain!
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE .IP.IWSII FLORIDIAN.
is ,Ni: AND iRDERBD al Miami.
Florida, tins 20th daj of June A >.
"....
i: II I.BATHERM \N\ Clerk,
Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
Bj MA It'll BR1TE KENT
Deput) Clerk
it 'ir. nil Court Steal i
:, 'M\i \n \ HOI.TZMAN
11,," i 'oncord Building
Miami. Florida 3
Phone ::79-ns,'-s
Aitoi ii, \ s for Plaintiff
6 .7 7 1 -11 -IS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10206
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEBORRAH SUE HEAVERS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
biihiy i;ai:lanm BEAVERS,
l 'i fondant.
T">: BI'UliV GARLAND BEAVERS
Route .'
Castlewood, Virginia ;il';i
You. Bl'DDY OARIjAND BEAV-
ERS, nr,- hereby notified that Bill
of (.omplulnt i-T Divorce has been
fil"'l nK.'ilnst you, and you are reqttir*
ed i" serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint "t,
ih<- Plaintiff's attorney BERNARD
R. JAFFB, 612 Ainsle} Bldg Miami
Florida 33132 and file the original
Answer "i Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .i
before the .'"th day of July, 1969 if
you fall i" ,i" bo, Judgmi nl by de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you for
tl.- relief demanded In the Bill of
('omplalm
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive u.-.,s
III 'III K JEWISH I'l i >ltll \N
DONE ANIi ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this It daj ..i June A M.
i ii .
17 II I.i: iTHERMAN, Cl
Circuit ''"urt. Bade Countv, Floelu-i
B) MAROI'ERITK K BNT
Deput} 'I, rk
' 'il till I '"lift Seal l
BERNARD l: JAFFE
'.II' Ainsl. y Build
Miami. Florida I
1 > for Plaintil f
li 27 7 4-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION.
Case No. 69-10482
NOTICE OF ACTION
CATHERINE CONN! Ut,
Plaintiff.
\
IK i.NAI ll Cl iNNt IR.
I lefellda
T( IMI.NALD Cl INN( IR,
Resiilet ". I 'nkm ,\> i
\> for Dlvnrci i lleil agi
> "ii and >ou i i. .iii.i .. b
cop> "i > our vi ril len defensi s. if v,
K I'Al l. BEATTY. Plaint
Vttnrn, ddres i> I11113 S
hold Building, Miami. Flitl Ida, I
befon \n 11 I ill.- ih.-
origii ;. 1.1 this 1 'ourl
eltl Is servi...... Plan '
A tt'.i 11, \ linniedin lel> Ihel
tithel H......lefaUll ^^ .: In .1
against you fm Hi, del
in the Complii
WITNESS m) hand 111 il -1 .1
,.f tins 1 "ourt "ti .-un. 21
K II I.BATH KILM W
\ Clerk of the Courl
ll> N A HEW BTT
A- Llepul ^ "lerk
t. _'7 7 I 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83605- Dowling
In RK Estate "I
M< iRTIMER KOBEL1N,
1.....used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons 11.o -
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You at" hereby notified and requir-
ed '> present an) claims and demands
which you may have against thi ---
late "i Mi IRTIMER K< IBELIN deceas-
ed late "i Dade County. Florida to
Hi.- Count; Judge,- "t Mail.. County,
and fil.- ih-- same in duplicate and .m
pntvided in Section 7:'.': 16, Florida
Statutes, in their "lit,-' 111 the i*"U' 'v
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months fnrni the
tini" "f Mi. first pul.lt.all..,! hereof,
or ih" same will be barred,
I "' .1 at Miami. Florida, ti
of April, a M 1
EDITH EPSTEIN,
\- Bxi utrix
Flrsl publication of this 1 lie, 1
Ihi 27th daj of June Raw
SPARBER A RdSKIN 1' A
At t"t \ Bxi 1111 ^
inn N Blscayne Hlvd .
Minmi, Florida 33132
1. 7 7 l-ll-l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i 'Tifl-: is HEREBY tll\ EN
th.- undci sign, il, ing i"
in Ituslm under tlie fici u
HE lilFT AND \\ EIHHNtl !
1 ,
I -.ii,l 1
i k of tin Circuit 1
nf Dade Count) 1
N I VSSi 11 "IATBS INI
-
DOtiDMAN ti :!l 1 T/"i ,\
AI 1 n) r Alip
II tin i',.ii. oril Bldg
'
Bj S\ I \ AN N II, il.TZMAN
'. .;
n
ame
HOP

a writ-
he the
1 dec.
probate
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. B-83627
In RE: Estal.....'
Pl. iRENt "B BOl'RNE THAYER
(also know 1 as
MRS P IV H'RNR TH VYEItl
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN Till: ESTATE OF SAIM DECE-
DENT
You are hereby notified thai
t,-n instrument purporting t"
last will and testament ol s.,
dent h;,s 1 .,-t-ii admitted to
in said Court You are herebj com-
manded withefl si\ calendar months
from ih,- date nf the flrsl publication
of this notice I" appear in sanl Courl
and show cause, if an) \ -ii can. whj
Um action "i said Courl In admitting
snld will i" probate should not stand
um evoked
FRANK B DOWLINO
('ounty Judge
B) I 'is F PA8TOHPTEIJ1 Clerk
KENNETH M MYERS
"!' MYERS, kAIM AN PORTER,
I i:\insi .N ,v KBNIN
II s \\ 1 '11 si Streel
Miami. Florida 331 30
371-9 11
First publication , Ihe 27th da} of June, 1969
6 U7 7 4-11-U


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*Jen i$t> norkliari
Friday, July 4. 1969
NOW...MIAMI NATIONAL BANK
GUARANTEES
YOUR INTEREST RATE
WILL NEVER BE LESS
THAN 5% DURING-
THE LIFE OF YOUR
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT
AND
SHOULD THE INTEREST RATE
BE INCREASED BY FEDERAL
REGULATIONS YOU WILL
IMMEDIATELY AND
AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVE
THE INCREASE AUTHORIZED
GUARANTEED
AGAINST ANY REDUCTION
It Interest r*ti.
LOSE NO INTEREST
Should your funds be temporarily tied up and you are
waiting for your interest or dividends to be applied to
your savings account, come into Miami National Bank,
sign the order blank and leave us your passbook. We
will do the rest. At the proper time we will have your
funds transferred at no charge to you and then issue
the Certificates of Deposit of your choice. You need
not lose any interest or dividends.
FULLY INSURED
Up It t1S.N0.00 by thf r.O.I.C.
An Agency of Tin U.S. Ce*enu*ent
MIAMI NATIONAL BANK
Statement of Condition
RESOURCES Oec. 31,1X0 Oec. 29,1*7
Cash and Due from Eir.Kg S15.C67.S57.30 };2,634,C:0.69
U.S. Obligation 5,7tt,:09.75 6231,750.95
Other Investments 6.126.250.00 11,226,250.00
Federal Funds Sod 5.500 030 CO 4CO0CCC.00
Total Cash and Investment* 32,441.917.05 34,252,051*4
Loins and Discounts J51.16J.596.96 J37,73S,5c2.57
Fuimt jre, Fixtures and Ltasefo'd
Improvements 283.654.52 251,:94J5
Real Estate Owned 373,589 35 36t.5SC.03
Custon ers Liability on Accertai-ce 295.9J3.74 -0-
Custor-eis Liability en Ltttft ct Creo.t 777,683.76 768,754,03
Other Assets Total Resouices LIABILITIES 714.242.00 S86 049.067 88 6C7.651.90
$74,124*2522

Demand Deposits S3C.974 6360* J2?,596.1$1.50
Savings Deposits 7.0i9.b02 35 6,876.632.73
Certificates ot Deposit:-J T'-e Deposits 32.696.525.75 31.761.643.13
Total Deposits 78.690.664.1J 67,633,467 J6
Liability on Acceptances 295.983.74 J -0-
liability on letters ot CreCt 777,683.76 768,754 03
Other Liabilities 1.Q30.E87.82 1.009,099.74
Total Liabilities 80,795,219.50 69,411.321.13
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital Stock J 1,673,587.80 J 1,673,567.80
Surplus 1,700,000.00 1.700,000.00
Undivided Profits ar.d Reserves 1.880.260 58 1339.91627
Total Capital Total Liabilities an* Capital 5.253.84138 4.713.5C4 07 S74.124.82522
S86.049.067.8J

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q In r.hat ~cunts can inbtrotl i-ara' bwd Ceitil ctles U tve'asec?
A. Any amount, but net ie;s U an tl.CGO.CO.
0. For how long car, I invest r.y more,?
A. From so days to 10 yea-s Cc[-c rt|ew ,c-' Chofct
o What happens it I need mere/ te'ce the maturity I chcsel
A. Yoj can got your money any t.n-o mihet penalty, .'ls! g'.e -s
G days written net.ee.
Q. .snat can I do III need rr.oney rd do not .-.a-.t :c cash in t*e Certificate
teico matvritjl
A. V.'o can rrak* ycu a icon rears! tr* Certf.cate and net Mgflug4
your savings plan and tarn figs.
0. Aie mete Certit.car.es insured ty : t F.O.I.C.7
A. Yes, up to the maximum Cl 1'. J.OCC CO.
(L Can various family members each ct'.ain ceit ficate;?
A. Yes, In certain Instances. For e, a family el Lhree in CCbi-
nal.on, could ha\% up to tlC5 0O0 DO.
Q. Suppose mic'cst rates go down. ...II tie interest rate On r.y cert f cate '
go down alsof
A. Absolutelynot.Wegja 0 ..at it interest tales go up?
A. The interest on /our Ceil' ca'e % AUTOVATlCAllY INCREASED
to the iw rato it >cj ndd in* CtfMicaie 50 c.> alter '. t '**
rales are authorid and effect.**.
0 s/ust I com* into the Bark to pure as* the Ce-tTeatol
A. No, you may torches* ID* Certif.cates thiough OM ra I t/ .'- (
tn< coupon below.
Q. III ami to purchase a Certificate and r-y money Is In mother tf.
can you handle the transfer et lunds for m*1
A. Y*s, we will fang* ler th tiansfjf ol f-jr.Cs mjfther* in ".'0
United SUtes FREE OF CHARGJ.
0. .Vhtn I purchas* the CeiM.ca'.c do I get th actual Certificate!
A. Y*s.
OL Can I purchas* these Ceit.ficatcs and gl* them as g'ftsl
A. Yes.
CL How aie my Interest payments t ad* to m*'
A. Your crtoic* cl l.font',:/, C-iiterly, S*mi-Annu*l!y u A/i-..j"y.
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