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The Jewish Floridian ( August 22, 1969 )

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Friday. August 22. 1969
fJenisfi fhredferin
Paqe 11-9
JWV Ladies Ai Convention
Mis. Z> Ida Glass, president of
the Ladlca Auxiliary, Jewish War
Vct< rans of the U.S.A., Depart*
ment of Florida, led a statewide
di legation to attend the 42nd an-
nual convention of the JWV and
I* Ladies Auxiliary; in LbS An-
geles, Calif.
Mrs. Glass expressed "full eon- ,
Pidcncc" that Mrs. Max Kern, who'
lias held the office of national
chaplain this past year, will be
elected to the office of national
junior vice president at the con-1
ventii i, w licit ends Sunday. Mrs..
Kern is a member of Miami Beach
Post No. 330's Ladiis Auxiliary.
BB Lodges To
Distribute Flaps
The South Florida Council of
l'.'nai B'rith Lodges will distribute
.'!.">o American flags to new citizens
ai Barry College Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. Irving Matlin, chairman
of community services lor Florida
State Lodges, will be on hand for
the distribution.
Aviva Unit Sets Meeting
l"lie Aviva Chapter .it Mizrachi
Women's Organization will hold
its first fund-
raising: affair of
the season be-
ginning at 1 p.m.
Monday in the,
home of Mrs.
Abraham Bar-
kan, 330 SW
27th Rd., under
the chairman-
ship of Mis.
Barkan. Mrs
Simon April is
president of the
group.
Mrs. Barkin
OFFICE FURNITURE
FOR SALE
Magnificent office furniture,
only six months old Sacri-
fice. Can be seen in Room
111, 1100 N.[. 125th St.
Call 891-3704 for appoint-
ment to see furniture. Beau-
tifully paneled 3-room office
available if desired.
FOR RENT
Palm Springs Mile
SHOPPING CENTER H1AIEAH
2 Modern air cond offices in
555 Bldg. approximately 212'
and 355' adjoining. All ser-
vices, elevator, free parking
822-8964 Weekdays.
NORTH
CAROLINA
5 ACRES ONLY S2250
VACATION HOMESITES,
Hendersonville Asheville Area
beautiful high mountain pro-
perty. Excellent terms. Call
or wrte R. Moio, phone
446-3666, 326 Menores,
Coral Gables, Fin., Leon M.
Newman, Realtor, 2101 Pon-
ce, Coral Gables, 444-1681.
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HEY
LOOK 'EM
OVER!
SEE ODR COMPLETE
LINE OF
SEABIRD BOATS
"DADE COUNTY'S ONLY
SEABIRD DEAi-ER"
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TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS*
KINKY CMSMLT
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
nOSl BISCtYNE ILVD.
S45-520I
WATERWAY HOME
Coral Gables Luxury. Decora-
tor Furn. (Complete incl 24'
Boat) 20x40' pool. $35,000
dn. or negotiable securities.
Full pr. $95,000.
SOUTHLAND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Coral Gables 444-4631
Bob Wilder (Assoc.)
WAREHOUSE
SALE
FURNITURE
Building Salvage, Plumbing,
Electrical, Stoves, Refrigera-
tors, Washers, Rugs, Bedding,
Chests, Tables, Lamps, Every-
thing lor the House. Doors,
Windows, Cabinets. All Gu-
aranteed Dealers Invited.
9-6 7 Doys a Week. Two Lo-
cations 13701 N.W 27 Ave.,
685-1571, 7526 N.W. 7 Ave.
ESTATE SALE
5965 S.W. 64th PLACE
Jus, 4 block* South o* Miller
Rd., you'll find this 3 bed-
room 2 bcith modern home
near schools find buses. Im-
mediate occupancy SO'1,, con-
ventional financing avail-
able and around S7.000 will
handle. Call Art Denchfield.
KEYES CO. 44th Year
REALTORS
357 Miracle Mile
Phone 443-7423
IDEAL FOR
SCHOOL
5 Bedrooms 5 baths luxury
homp on 5 to 30 acres, near
homestead, ideal for school
or yroup, exitra houses if
needed, (might lease).
CALL 238-6277
(.itrnl Gables
Waterway Large Dock
4 Bedrooms 3 baths, central
air, fully furn. Immediate
occupancy. 6850 Sunrise Ct.
Call for Appointment
CWNER 661-8960
Dry Cleaning
WHAT
business offers yru the key
to independence and fin.in-
cial security *
WHERE
cm you get the f.nest. most
automated equipment, com.
prehensivft training program,
advertising program, plant
iiyout and work-flow sys-
tem, budget control and con-
tinuing guidance?
HOW?
may you feel sa'e and con-
fident in choosng the BEST
source to insure your future
success?
WHO?
answers all your needs and
provides a complete "turn-
key" opening for a minimum
cash investment of $10,000?
WHEN-N0W
Is The Best Time To Get
THE ANSWER!
BETTY BRITE
DRY CLEANING
FRANCHISES
Choice Locations Ava;lahle
NOW in Hollywood.
Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano
Call or Write:
BENMARC
EQUIPMENT CO.
1200-F N. E. 151 Street
Miami. Flor-iHa
(305) 945-3677
20 ACRES
GOOD HIGH LAND WEST
OF STATE ROAD 27.
SI 600 PER ACRE
GOOD TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krome, Homestead
247-0857,
247-8788
YACHTSMEN
Prime ocean access lot on St.
Luck River midway between
ocean inlev and yacht club
in General Development's
Port St. lucie, ready for
building in late '69.. Present
owner musi change planr as
business requires move to
Bahamas, SI 7,900 Mr. Kruse
a! 625-0069.
10 ACRES REDLANDS
CLEARED, PERFECT FOR HOME AND GROVE.
WEST SIDE ROBERTS ROAD
BETWEEN EPMORE and BAUER,
$3,300 PER ACRE.
CALL TRUDY GLENN, ASSOCIATE
NEWTON COLLINS, INC.
REALTORS, HOMESTEAD,
247-3966 or 247-0985 Home
lilBH
WANTED BRAIN POWER
International firm offering every phase of con-
sulting services, looking for experienced men in
every field of business. No relocation, not neces-
sary to sever present connections. Tremendous
opportunity to utilize your experience and con-
tacts. Write immediately with your qualifications.
Please no phone calls.
Robert Leger International, Inc.
Worldwide Management Consulting Services
COOL-AID
I STEWART WARNER:
..
SALES & SERVICE
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION
COOL-AID SERVICE INC.
235-2950
8792 S.W. 131 STREET
THE W@ID:==
Garden Apartments
~ 1 and 2 bedroom with balcony from $165
Renting For Nov. '69
Natural unspoiled setting ^
C bordering Grcynoldi Pork
.a,cond. n ^XoThV
*- Appliances by ^BF Pool and Recreation Bldg.
^^ Rental Offices on Premises .
le* Open 10 A.M. 5 P.M. daily including Sun.
i 2115 N.E. 113rd SI., North Miami Biach 943-2131
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1950 HE. 135th St.
No. Mumi, Florid*
PHONE
945-6286
EXCLUSIVE DEALER
GRAND BANKS DIESEL CRUISERS
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?? CONSIDERING GOING PUBLIC ??
GET THE STRAIGHT FACTS WITHOUT OBLIGATION ON:
1. STARTUP COMPANIES
2. OPERATING COMPANIES
CALL: UNDERWRITING CONSULT ANTS, INC.
Phone: 305-754-5716 or write Box 1171, Miomi, 33138
OCEANFRONT HIGH RISE SITE
Over 700 feet oceanfront. Sewers
water ready to go a'so
500 ACRES
can be zoned for a trailer park, golf course,
shopping center, apt. complex.
Call Milt Adler. Assoc.
GENE SNYDER ft CO., REALTORS
947-3566 Miami 521-4882 Broward


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50 Years For The
Maurice Kronishes
vjewisfi fhridfffJrn
Friday, August 22. 19G3
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kronish
son West Ave., Miami Beach,
ill celebrate their 50th wedding
: miversarj with a family rceep-
I >n at the Algiers Hotel on Sun-
i y, Aug. 81.
Attending, the festivities of the
uple who were marrii <1 in I ion*
i). caii'' to ilu' United States in
n 'L'7 and to Miami Beach two
ars aRo, will family members
. om England, Nova Scotia. Ger-
any, New Jersey, New York,
.' ichigan and California. Local
umbers of the family group in-
tde Mr. and Mrs. Sydney D.
] ronish of North Miami Beach,
. cir son ami daughter-in-law;
. andchildren Keith and Sharon
ronish, and cousins Rabbi and
. rs. Leon Kronish. Miami Beach.
MR. and MRS. MAURICE KRONISH
Before retiring to Florida. Mr.
] ronish, who served during World
'ar 1 with the British Army, was
the proprietor of a custom tailor-
g establishment on Madison Ave-'
.;e in New York City.
Social Clubs Plan
Labor Day Affair
A gala Labor Day affair will be
held I);, the One Hundred Lincoln
Road Social Clubs in the club audi-
torium at S p.m. Monday. Sept. 1.
The program of entertainment will
be Ik aded by Al Rador's orchestra.
Presidents Samuel Pascoe and j
Diana Schwartz will be assisted by
committees under the chairman-
ship of Moo Reiffen and Marian
Kiviat.
DR. HOWARD A. MAY
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the relocation of his office
to the
CHIROPRACTIC ARTS BUILDING
8303 BIRD ROAD
(Opposite Guaranty Bank)
Phone 226-1721
DR. HERBERT F. ROSS
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the relocation of his office
to the
CHIROPRACTIC ARTS BUILDING
8303 B'RD ROAD
(opposite Guaranty Bank)
Phone 221-8188
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$1 All SUNSET GOLF .
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Room, Full Carts, Pro Shop with Fine
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 22, 1969

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 22, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Friday. August 22, 1969
Thant Asks For
U. N. Observers
(Continued from Pits* 1-A)'
roundly denounced Israel for
1 ivmeiiitaterl aggression and in-
sisted that the Council must
r.iiopt a resolution condemning
tlM Israeli attack on Lebanon
and warning of other measures
under the U.N. Charter if ails ol
afggn ssion are repeated.
Members of the Council nut
privately with the President af-
t*r the session adjourned to d-
ide on the next step. It was
considered i>ossiblc that the Se-
curity Council would recess In-
definitely, without taking act ion.
pending the replies from Jerusa-
lem and Beirut to Mr. Thant's
,>i"otx.sal for the stationing of
observers.
The Israeli delegation here
would not comment on the na-
ture of the Israeli response. A
spokesman said Mr. Thanfs
.ommunicHtion had been trans-
mitted to Jerusalem for consid-
eration. Israel, in the past, has
not been receptive to the pres-
i nee of U.N. observers on Israeli
territory.
In his letter to the two gov-
i rnments, the Secretary-General
pointed out that 'since June.
1VH>7. there has been no effective
United Nations observation op-
ration in the Israel Lebanon
sector." He |>ointed out that
was "only token United Nations
rbservcr representation on the
Lebanese side and none at all on
the Israeli side." As a result, he
noted, it hail not been possible
lor him to provide the Security
Council with reports on develop-
ments in the area.
His proposal that both sides
now accept U.3:. observers was
C SSitated, Mi Thant pointed
out, "in view of the increasing
-. riousness of the situation in
the Israel Lebanon s( ctor."
Mi-. Thant's letter stressed
that thf'V.N'. representatives
wotdd be then; "with the ftinc-
tion of observing and maintain-
ing the Security Council cease-
fire" and compared this with the
stationing of U.N. observers in
the Suez Canal zone sector in
July. 1967. He asked 'urgent
consideration" of his proposal.
He said the Security Council
had been advised of bis action
and would be informed of the
replies.
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Jewish Doctor Appeals To The
Soviet Government For Exit Permit
LONDON (JTAt- A Jewish
doctor in Riga has appealed to
Nikolai Podgorny, President of
Ih"' Supreme Soviet, for approv-
al of his jietition to renounce
Soviet citizenship and for an
exit permit so that hi- can emi-
grate to Israel, it has been re-
ported here. The letter, attribute
ed to Dr. Mendel Gortochovitch
Qordln, of 12-17 Skolas Street,
Riga, was the second such ap-
peal by Soviet Jews to come to
light in recent weeks. Earlier
this month, a Jewish family of
five in Moscow was reported to
have asked Pnsitlcni Podgorny
to intervene on behalf of their
application foremigrati which
had been rejected by local Soviet
authorities.
Dr. Gordin allegedly asked for
release from Soviet citizenship
because Soviet authorities re-
fused to grant him an exit visa
to go to Israel. According to a
copy of his purported letter
which reached here, he wrote:
"In compliance with the interna-
tional convention concerning the
abolishment of all forms of ra-
cial discrimination, part one,
chapter five, paragraph one, rat-
ified by the Supreme Soviet on
22 January. 3909. in Moscow,
any citizen is entitled to leave
any country. On Feb. ~~>. 1969, I
lodged with the visas and regis-
tration office la department of
the interior ministry) an appli-
cation for an exit permit to Is-
rael, which was denied to me on
March 28. 1969. I categorically
declare thai it is my will to live
only in my motherland, as such I
regard Israel. Taking into ac-
count the aforesaid, I give up
my Soviet citizenship. I enclose
herewith my passport Series
XX-UYU, Mo. 642433."
baM Harby (1788-1828) was
one of Hie founders of the Re-
form Soeietv of Israelites, at
Charleston. S.C., which bega*.
the Reform movement In Amer-
ican Judaism in 1824. (JTAl
New Temple Sinai Sanctuary Opened
Temple Sinai of Norm Dade will
open its n w sanctuary' loors for i
worship on a regular basis for the
first tim Friday evening. For the
i-ist three years the 13-year-< Id
congregation has been holding its
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Washington Federal, while the
first phase of its million dollar
building program was thing com-
pleted.
The award-winning Sanctuary-
Social Hall designed by Russel-
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and built by the George Baum-
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400 persons in its permanent pews,
and can expand to seat 1200 on
the High Holy Days and other
special occasions. The Social Hall
can accommodate 250 persons at
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Gaiiann Tajon, an hon r student
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who has sui g li 3 inior
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new sanctuary Saturday morning.
The congregation will also have a
"Bat Mitzvah" celebration, when
it marks its 13th anniversary at
the dedication servic s for the new
building, in services scheduled to
take place near tne md of October.
Until a perman' t.t school can
be erected, the congregation's
school, with an enrollment jf well
over 300, will contin I to meet in
the John F. Krrviy Junior High
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Volume 42
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Number 34
ii
The "Agreed And Secure Borders
The tentative proposals cdvanced at Israel's Labor
Party conference in respect to the territory taken during the
Six Day war make a good deal of sense in terms of Is-
rael's security, and might be the basis for peace negotia-
tions even though Abba Eban continues to stress there
ere no pre-conditions. After all, the first step toward peace
must be to get the Arabs to the conference table.
At first glance, the statement that the Golan Heigh'3,
Shcrm El Sheikh and the Gcza Strip should remain in Is-
rael, and that the Jordan River must be Israel's frontier,
would seem to defy all those pious United Nations re-
solutions. But the November, 1967, Resolution stated thai
Israel should withdraw to 'agreed and secure" borders,
and there is ample proof thct these are the "secure" bord-
ers, Israel needs: The Golan Heirhts were used bv Syria
enly as a military site to threaten Isrce! settlements; Sh-arm
El Sheikh was used by Egypt only to block the Gulf of
Akaba. As for the unfortunates caught in the Gara Strip,
they would be better off cs par: of Israel than Egypt's
propaganda butts.
There is nothing in the history c: the past twenty years
to indicate that the Arab rulers can reason, but it Bhou'd
be obvious from the tentative platform of the ccmparat'.velv
dove-like ruling party cf Israel that the price for peace will
get tougher as sentiment moves toward greater security.
Whether more territory can provide it is questionable, but
the Isrcelis aze in no mood for questions; they want answ-
ers now.
U.S. Intellectuals May Have Learned
It is good to hear the voices of American intellectuals
raised against the continued Soviet persecution of writers
and artists for, as is typical oi that sad land, the persecu-
tion is full of anti-semitic overtones.
Some of those whose names are attached to the
latest protest are in strange company, for during the Stalin
terror they were silent and during the Six-Day War they
were "objective." They may have learned the lesson that
the dictators of the left and the right ignore ideological
conformity when it comes time to bring up the Jewish
scapegoats.
College Students Need To Hear Truth
An intensive seminar for American college students
returning home from Israel was held recently in Jerusalem
with the purpose in mind of preparing the students to deal
with Arab propaganda when they get back to American
universities.
It would appear that these are the students who need
such training the least and what v/ould make a good
deal more sense are a number of seminars in every sec-
tion of this country aimed at reaching our Jewish college
students with the truth about Israel.
Propaganda designed to win sympathy for the Arab
cause as well cs spread hostility to Israel is particularly
virulent en American campuses, not excludina the Uni-
versity cf Miami. Many of cur Jewish young peoplenot
counting those sod youth of the far left who are actually
prc-Arabfind themselves unable to answer the Arab
charges which are new obviously in the hand of profes-
sional image-makers. Particularly difficult is the new focus
on alleged Israel mistreatment of Arabs, especially in deal-
ing with the refugee problem.
The story cf Israel's struggle for independence and
viability is a magnificent and thrilling one which, if told
properly, would, destroy the propaganda of "imperialism"
on the part of Israel and the suddenly-discovered fight for
freedom by the slave-holding and autocratic Arab rulers.
There is still time to organize such seminars before most
of our college students return to their campuses and we
would hope that this will be done.
Capital Spotlight
WASHINGTON Presidcn
Nixon has passed the word that
he wants the official state visit
of Israeli Prime Minister Golda
Melr to be an auspicious success.
Mr. Nixon is aware that the
Sept. 25-28 visit occurs only a
month before the Israeli general
elections. But he is cone i
with US. diplomacy and domes-
tic politics rather than the for-
tunes of the Israel Labor Party.
The visit would have taken
place in July or August but was
postponed because of the Presi-
dent's schedulefirst the Apollo
11 moon landing, then the Presi-
dent's world tour, and finally
the movement to the new "Cali-
fornia White House" for several
weeks.
Mrs. Meir's visit will mark the
first time an American pres '
has met with an Israeli Premii r
sine the late Levi Eshkol saw
former President Lyndon B.
s ii at the l-BJ ranch in
January. 1968. < hi that oo
Mr. Johnson promised to sell Is-
ra< I 50 F-4 Phantom > i fighter-
bombers to balance the How of
& \u t MIG's to Egypt, S
and Iran. The coi tract, after
|< lavs, was signed in De-
cember, 196S.
L> livei y of the Phanti m jets
is sched iled to begin during the
last q lai ti r of 1969. It is |
I !, that a few Phantoms will
arriv* ;:; Israel before Mrs. Meir
- .:. ai :. < 'etohi r. There
have been pi blished reports that
nu d Fn nch refusal to
honor a j< I c< ntract with Israi l
:...: ol Soviet
vents haw forced Israel to -
additional military Jets I
Washington. This may 1 a topic
of the Nixon-Meir talks. But
arms are not likely to I
main subject.
;.. Nixi n Admii isti i
scrupulously honored commit-
.r, nts to sell and quip-
nient to Israi 1 D iring the elec-
- campaign last autumn, Mr.
Nixon promised to "tip the bal-
ance of power" in Israi '-
to d< ter a This has not
rred, although Washii I
als havi \ I l< asi is iod t
proper i xporl < enses I
tary materii l on oi ler
, nts ol achii vemi nt
i | may be confiro d to 1 u
stait of Pliant' m delivery
th< talks occur. Israi
that long-deferred A
for a di salinatii
will 11 ann tuno d. But tl is Is
unliki I/, owing to thi
posit n to foreig
dorm -: tight mom y sit u I
In past years th< n S40
million would hav< b i n con-
sid red ro gli ;ibli in ten 5 of the
bn akth ough soui H I Mr.
Johnson honored his :
itment on a joint
taking, the i ecessar;
. :-.. could have bcei
with wati r for pcfl ff-
Now thi uclcai
I rove too expei sivi A
vi ntiona' dual-p '
disti I fus'i wati i an I |
i i< eti leal powi !. ren -
sibli however.
Higl c nda Mrs
Blair H
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
of ii n Curtain Ii wry.
Sine-' the Pi .<:, : SO I I such
an Impressiw success on his \i>.t
to Rumania, th< only Communist
nation n ti relations with
Israel, it Becms mh\ Itable that
this subject will be pursued.
U.S. diplomats will say for thi
record only that the President
and Secretary of State William
P. Rogers will "review all mat-
ters of m itual Interest." But
v hint that Mr. Nixon may
seek .1 itei resti aint an '. fli xi-
bility "ii thi part i f Isra -1. T
. |i its an rglng Hi Pn
di r.t to pr< ss Israi I to ma con-
. it! tO
prescr thi ro-Wi stern" n -
es of Lib; n and -T i
.-. othei n iti m in the | -
a; s the Stal r> part-
mi nt is pn ; ai ne, for Pi I Ii i
tial aidi '.' hlissir jer is the
so-call .1 bi pproacl
the United Stati n d th* USSR
to the teral
t k ma) ri sumi d in early
s, pt< m'.Ih ; but the rigid Russian
attitudi eof a
bn akth fore th Meii
visit, i Mi Hi sins
identical wit that I R isia's
rxtn mist A ients.i Pn si-
,i, i Ni> stated I tat he
wu m th doi s
ive thi tual coi nt i t
parties i tlj coi
Israo ..: I thi Ai al s Si the
__, bs 1 d ti rorism
: :. unlike y
i .it thi bilati will pri -
d ci any n ---

MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BONN- -One of the mark) d
symptoms that is coming over
West Germany is a new tend( n-
cy for its policy-makers to do
what may be called their own
reporting. Until quite recently,
when West Germany was still so
inward-looking, it was usual for
the Bonn government to relv
mainly on its alliesabove all
the United Statesfor data on
grave problems beyond Ger-
many's immediate ken.
But that is true no longer.
One may guess that the former
phase ended for good when
Chancel'or Kiesinger and the
other German leaders woki up
to the fact that they had been
wrongly attiibuting overwhelm-
ing strategic pndominai.ee to
the United Stati s an awaki n-
ing which profoundly disturbed
them. This resulted from the
Soviet-American movement to-
ward talks about strategic arms
limitation.
Until men. However, strategic
weapons had been regarded as a
peculiarly American specialty,
study of which could be s;if< |y
If ft to Washington. I-ong befon
thin, the need began to be felt
to form on-the-spot judgments
ol ut Ii, r world problems.
The most interesting and n -
cent result of this new tendency
was a long Asian journey under-
tak. n a couple of months ago
by one of the two or three lead-
ing officials of the West German
Foreign Office. The basic aim
was to form a judgment of the
consequences of American defeat
in Viet Nam. The trip was made,
In fact, because of the wide-
spread pn dictions at home that
no American government would
be able t.i hold out for an honor-
;.l Ii si ttll mem.
Th tin ial in question, as h
told m< "covered the whole
circle, right around from
Kon aai Uai ai throu ;h South-
asl Asia ti i dia and P iklstan.
nt,' ii iddi d
bli akly, "j nly to scratch
Burfaci to find a d athly
f ar ol th const qui nc of >
U.S. i I Iraw
"Thi
i ; iriui
i u: -
skle dov i! II you w ithdraw in th
way th went on Ai id
' irei the symptonn
an i -s ii in 1 ipas)
i ssed. unqm
ti nablj >a the Wi st G
: iv consci i is that
the .' .. nstitute th
er ei in big power, along
with tin m* Ives. Pui:
this official's Journey of inq
in Asi.-. and I la bl-ak report
when he got home have already
fail i> pi i found i epercus-
- in Bonn it-
These can be judged from thi'
! I got when I asked the
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Friday, August 22, 1969
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armi d forei s dui In g the
c ming Ji wish High Holy :
The commission's instruct: ins
i i Rosh Hashanah (Sept
14); Yom Kippur (Sej I I
and Sukkoth (Sept. 27-Oct. 5).
The commission not I I: i
ard T, Sandrow, i hail
u the National Ji wish W< I
d's chaplainc;
ol its action.
Representing Mayors Stephen P. Clark and
Chuck Hall, 3?c:ge Arcer.talos, second from
right, presented awards for vc'.uable con-
lr5bu'.:ens to the betterment cf the community
efforts to further international relatlo is
dvance fi ::m and understanding to
Veterans Adminisirciion Hospital personnel.
Lefl to right ar i D August Beusrmann, who
represented the hospital's chief of staff, Dr.
Edward G. White, at the ceremonies; Dr.
C. W. Silverblatt, chief of outpatient service;
Dr. A. Tomasulo, 'he hospital's director;
J. E. Pa'uzzi, administrative assistant to the
chic: cf staff; Dr. E. M. Kaufman, assistant
- ol outpatient service; T. C. Doherty,
assistant hospital direcicr; Mr. Arcer.:.a!e-s.
end Dr. Eugene Mason of the outpatient
services depaitment.
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Friday, August 22, 1969

Three Florida Students Named To
Attend Institute on 'Jewish Priorities'
STARLIGHT. Pa. Three col-
lage students from Florida have
been named to a select group of
undergraduate campus leaden who
will explore the "priority concerns"
of Jewish students at the annual
IVnai B'rith Hillol Foundations
summer institute opening here at
Camp B'nai B'rith Tuesday, and
bringing together 230 students
from 110 American and Canadian
colleges.
The three students who will par-
ticipate in the eight-day program
of seminars, workshops and prob-
ing discussions focused on Jewish
themes are University of Miami
sophomore Larry Arem, of Miia-
mar, who is student vice president
Ol the Hillel Foundation at the
ucisity; Judith C. Block of
Gainesville, a senior at the Univer-
sity of North Carolina, and Mark
E. Schleifstein of 20135 NW 12th
PI., Miami, a sophomore at the
University of Florida and student
treasurer of the Hillel Foundation
there.
The Hillel Foundations, a Jewish
campus movement that maintains
religious, cultural and counseling
programs at 274 colleges, selects
institute participants on the basis
<>i their leadership activities in
i tmpus affairs.
Tins year's Institute the 24th
since the summer program began
in 1946 -has been structured to
involve students in the decision-
makiivq process on both the con-
t. nt I character ol the week-
. ... n. Hillel Foundations
otfic ils at lieipate thai many of
; issues growing out of the cam-
pus revolution "ill b< refli ct< d in
tl institute's agenda.
The intent is to emphasize
those issues that are dominant
among the concerns of today's
Jewish college student." said Rab-
bi Benjamin M. Kahi. Hillel's na-
tional director.
The students will also, for the
first time, elect four of their
number to serve as full voting
members of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations' national commission,
the policy body that guides the
campus movement.
Inclusion of student representa-
tion on the policy board was voted
by the B'nai B'rith commission
last December. The action was
taken in response to complaints
by Jewish students that they were
a "disenfranchised" group in Jew-
ish communal affairs.
A 31-member faculty. Including
members of the Hillel staff, uni-
versity professors and a group of
visiting lecturers, will serve the
instiute.
Among the guest lecturers will
\m- Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's
Ambassador to the United Staes.
and Dr. Leonard J. Fein of the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, an authority on urban and
Jewish communal affairs.
Schools Open At
Temple Ner Tamid
Herman L. Shaw, president of
Tentple Ner Tamid congregation.
uinounced this week that Religious
School sessions will begin Tuesday.
Sept. 2. and Sunday School classes
on Sept. 7.
The school will again be under
the direction of Kmanuel Keder.
principal and youth director. Mr.
F.der. who has served for the past
three years in this capacity, said
the continued use of audio-visual
aids and a revised youth program
will highlight the religious school's
program this year.
Registration is now in progress
at the temple office. 7902 Carlyle
Ave., Miami Beach, and will con-
tinue on weekdays from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. ami Sundays from 10 a.m.
to noon.
Miamians On Vacation
Among the recent vacationers en-
joying the atmosphere at Rubin's
Osceola Lake Inn. Hendersonville
N.C.. were Miamians Mr. and Mrs
Alan Cohen. Councilman and Mrs
Norman Ciment. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
I Goodman. Counselor and Mrs
i Morton Goudiss. Judge and Mis
' Alfred Nesbitt and Judge and Mrs,
Eugene Weiss,
George-. < lemeiieeau. The Ti-
1 ger of France, wm an early de-
fender Of Alfred Dreyfus, and
: supported him in his MWVpaper
"I.'Aurore." widen printed Kmile
Zola's "I Accuse." Fidluwlnt
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through-Sunday workshop
are "Preferential Treatment
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by George Talianoff, chair-
man of ADL's National Com-
munity Service Committee;
"The Jewish Family How
Jewish Is It .'"in a presenta-
tion by Louis Schwartzman,
dill ctor of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Dade
Counts-, and "Race and the
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Otto von Bismarek. German
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Friday. August 22, 1969
Talr nudist lonwl I.-wy (IM1"
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Shown seated (from left) are Rabbi Herman
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Friday, August 22. 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Rebellious Son
By KABBI BI'OENE I.ABOVITZ
Temple Xr Tnmid. Miami Beach
> Seri|*uro states in this week's
jKirtion, "If a man have a rebel-
lious son that will not obey the
voice of his par-
ents and will
not listen lo
them ."
Our sages in-
form us that one
of the factors
that produces a
rebellious son is
the emphasis his
father places on
physical attri-
butes in choos-
ing a wife. In
Rabbi lobovifi other worris the
Rabbis are trying to teach us that
a child who is a product of a world
that emphasizes outer beauty
rather than the inner qualities of
man is prone to rebellion.
As usual, the sages speak to
every generation. When emphasis
is placet! upon the superficial, the
outer appearance, the iM-ripheral,
one produces an offspring described
in Scriptural terms as the "re-
bellious son."
We might also consider that in
our time too much emphasis is also
placed upon the surroundings in
which the child studies rather than
the content of what he is being
taught. No matter how fine the
classroom, how eloquent the teach-
' er, bow pleasant the environment,
if the subject being taught lacks
spirit, mcaninfc: aiid evon at times
lacks content, the child, in turn.
.Iocs not receive the inner quali-
ties that produce a well-adjusted
j and intelligent product.
A society that emphasizes mate-
rialism must produce a rebellious
; gi ncration. A society that is in-
consistent in its morals, ethics, and
j values, in turn produces a genera-
tion that will question and chal-
; lenge the mores, the actions am!
deeds of its elders. The children of
! our generation can best be de-
| scribed in Scriptural terms, as "the
i rebellious son." Our society is one
1 that emphasizes the outer appear-
I ance, "a woman of goodly form."
This, in turn, produces a genera-
I tion that is in constant rebellion.
We who have attached more
| importance to superficial glamour
than to virtue must pay the price
! of the attitude of our children.
i who will not accept our standard
! of superficiality.
Kiisslaii-liorn American Zion-
ist Jone|tll BartHMlemt, who died
in IMS, win a rounder of tile
America* Jewish Congn-a* and
a member *>f iU delegation which
was responsible for the incorpo-
ration or safeguards for .Jewish
minority rights In the Versailles
Peace Treaty in lt. (JTA)
KelictioHB *Z?<
'ervices
M,AM, .CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIV, 1512.
In.Ami 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A Btr-.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- I Hillel.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Cantor Morn* Barr.
32
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Awr.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabb
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
ADA.TH YES.HURUN (TEMPLE; 1025
NE. Miami Gardens Drive Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Tibor Mouea. 33
BETH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi So; Landau. ,
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4|
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
Become Neoeaaary." <' i> '" Tin I
Portion -r Law. 7:16 p.n>, Sermon:
\....... Can Hide."
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
NORTH MIAMI
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE, 13600 W.
Dixie Hwy. Conservative Rabbi
Joseph A. Gorfinkel, Cantor Brn
Zion KirschtnMum. 35
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW '33rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. :
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). S438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
SRAEL (TEMPLB.J Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
SRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Av*.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingslev. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 13*5' NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
CapUn. 38
MINYONAIRCS SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
8737
12
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. O'-.hodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
CORAL CABLES
i.MH'l HiMjii iai:t.li SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tetze
A conquering soldier takes a woman captive from among
the enemy.
'When thou gOOSt forth to hat lie and seest among the
captives a woman of goodly form and wouldesl take her to
thee to wife" i Dent. 21:10-111.
KI TETZE "When thcu gocsl forth to battle against thine
nemies, and the Lord thy God"flelivereth them mto thy hands,
and thou carries! them away captive, and seest among the cap-
tives a woman ><\ goodly form, and thou wouldost take her to
thee to wife; then thou shall bring her home to thy house .
And it shall h". i: thru have no delight in her. then thou shall
let her go whither she will; but thou shah not sell her at all
for money" (Deuteronomy 21:10-14>.
"Il a man h ve (i stubborn and rebellious son all the
men of his city shall stone him with stones, thai he die"
i Deuteronomy 21:18-211.
The bod} of a hanged man "shall not remain all nighl up.a
the tiee. but thou shall surely bury him the same day; for he
thai is hanged is i reproach unto God; thai thou defile not thy
land" (Deuteronomy 21:23).
"Thou shall not boo thy brother's ox or his sheep driven
away, and hide thyself from them: thou shall surely bring them
back unto thy brother" I Deuteronomy 22:1) "Thou shalt not
take the dam with the young; thou shalt in any wise let the dam
go, but the young thou mayest take unto thyself i Deuteronomy
22:6-7). "When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make
a parapet t >r thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thy house,
if any man fall from thence" (Deuteronomy 22:8". "Thou shalt
not plough with an as and an ass together. Thou shalt not wear
a mingled stuff, wool and linen together" (Dcut. 22:10-111.
The mar. who "lays wanton charges" against his wife shall
be Chastised bj the elders of the city. "A bastard shall not enter
into the assembly of the I^ord" (Deuteronomy 23:3).
"If brethren dwell together, and one of them die. and have
no child, the wife of the dead shall not be married abroad unto
one not of his kin; her husband's brother shall go in unto her.
and take her to him to wife, and perform the duty of a hus-
band's brother unto her. And it shall be. that the first-born that
she beareth shall succeed in the name of his brother that is
dead" (Deuteronomy 25:5-6).
"An Ammonite or a Moabite shall not enter Into the assem-
bly of the Lord bee use the> met you not with bread and
with water in the way. when ye came forth out "f Egypt; and
because they hii ii si thee Balaam the son of P.'or from
Pettier ol .\i im-na haraim, to course thee Thou shalt not
si ,-k their i ice nor their prosperity ail they days forever. Thou
shall no- abhor an Edemite, for he is thy brother; thou shalt
not abhor an I b cause thou wast a stranger In his
l intl Tin- children of the third generation that are born unto
them may enter Into the assembly f the Lord" (Deut. 23:4-9).
Finally, the portion ends with a remind.t of eternal enmity
against a dread foe; '"Remember whal Amalek did unto thee
hs tin way as y\ came forth out ol Egypt" (Deut. 25:17).
This recounting of the WeeVrfy Portion of ths Law is extracted
and based upon "Ths Graphic History of ths Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and ths
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of ths society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). S755 SW 1th
St. Censervative. Rabbi Ralph Oriie-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Art IS
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Canada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morr s Kip-
per. <0
aWjaeWBi afca a>. Bas SaSSM
"WWV
TIFERETH ISRAEL. S500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph |
Carmi. 1* j
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 51
E. 4th Ave., H.aleah. Censervative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
MOKPfCAl IUKIE
2 Local Students
To Be Ordained
2ION (TEMPLE). 8000 MHIer Rd.
Censervative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
4>
CANDLELI6HTING TIME
8 ELUL7:29
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 lamira Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Meawell Berger.
Friday h p m. Saturday 8:4.".
FT. LAUDEROALI
AGUDATH ISRAEL T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Two students from Miami Beach
will be among those formally or-
dained to the rabbinate by Nit j
Israel Rabbinical College, Balti-
more, Mrl.. on Monday. Sept. 1.
Rabbi Mordecai Lurie, son of
Mrs. Mary I.urie. Miami Beach, j
and Rabbi Jaek Shapiro, son of
Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, also '
ol Miami Beach, will reci ive rec- I
ognition for pursuing a seven-year (
course of study at the college, suc-
cessfully completing the require-]
ments for ordination.
Rabbi I.urie will continue his
Talmudic research in the graduate
school of the college, and Rabbi
Shapiro has entered the field of
Jewish education.
\ ill id a lli Israel
Opens Day School
The Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute will open its day school for
students in grades 5 through 12
on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Dr. Isaac
Hirsh Ever, headmaster, will con-
duct the school with the coo|x>ra-
tion of the Adelphi School, which
has branches in North Miami, Hol-
lywood and Coral Gables.
The school, which is to be
called the Adelphi Hebrew-English
School, will offer standard courses
on a tutoring basis in which each
student will be taught individually
and will be encouraged to progress
at his own speed with courses of
study tailored to his individual
needs. A full range of Hebrew cul-
tural courses will lie available, but
none will be compulsory,
The after school program will
provide tutoring in the full range
ni Adelphi courses as well as after
do! hi Ip clinics for public school
studi nts. Business courses are also
available to adults in the after-
noons and evenings,
Applications are now Ix'ing ac-
cepted from 10 a.m. to noon daily
at the school, 7S11 Carlyle Ave.,
' Miami Beach.
Mat;en David Adorn. Israeli
first aid organization, which WHS
i ti.iiMil.il ill Tel Aviv in 1930, had
; Home .Ml branch*-* organized into
10 BBBtSSSBB. aw well as first-aid
stations In atWUt half Of Israel's
vlHuRrs by 1958. (ITA)
ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein.
| Friday B i> ni Saturday 8:4." a.ro Bar
Mltsvah: Roy, aon ol Mr. and .Mrs
Ja.-k MorrlH
BETH JACOB. 301 WaahinQton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
eky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kron.sh, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). W7 C.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sneldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu
fa I Friday *:1S p.m. Sermon: 'From
Strength." Saturday (.am Sermon:
In Beery Benae Bnduri: -- Fol-
lowed bj Kidduah.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev-ton.
Cantor Jerome ( HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N.E. First Ave.
4*
CENTER.
44
Ave.
48
a bv
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23

EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Prldn) '.I i> m Saturday 9 a m The
Wuekly Portion "f Ihe Bible.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
HOLLYWOOD
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BETH EL (TEMPLE). 8. 1h
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e.
Pridaj H If, |. m Si i % en eon
l, Al\ in Ki .i Kite,
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE) 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. **
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Jon'son St.
Conservative. Rabbi David S-apiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
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MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S '.V 35th
St Conservative. Rabbi E ol J.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Kosttr.
41
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE -,th A vs.
Conservative. Rbbi Morns A Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick '*
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 73th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
SURFSIDi
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
Mall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 39
Frldio T p.m, Saturday B:S0 am
".ii A Constant Conflict."
Her-
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S45
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
This fagr it prepares in
cesstration uith the Greatet
Midim Rabbinical Assocti: -1.
Coordinator of the features
apr -,i':'i here it
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Brni Tormi GoNaascATioM
of North Miami Bea".-
*"
r^abbinical Aiik.JICh. L0, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour,
Host: Rabbi May. \lir iin.iu it/.
Temple Mcnorah, Miami Ben h
Aux-'M Hosl Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Beach.
Topic: Tin Month of Elul
Guests: Rabbi Maurice Klein, Temple Tlfer I
Jacob, Hialeah; RaaM Jerrold Levy, (Asst.
Ilahhi. Temph Beth Sholom, Miami Bead
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* Jewish lioridBaun
Paqe 11-A
f'arm.aicrti ^aiif*rl Tn ^..,1 Temple Zaniora Has New Cantor
campaign staited lo Send ,,, ,5,,E,, S1,iri,ual lch ,,, ,.. te
Cards To Jews In Soviet
The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry is initiating a
campaign to send thousands of
Rosh Hashanah meeting cards to
Jews in the So\iet Union. Every-
one is being requested to Include
at least one extra Rosh Hashanah
card to he sent to one of the 61
synagogues still remaining open in
Russia.
The Washington Committee for
Soviet Jewry, which originated
this campaign last year. rc|K>rts
that many of these Kosh Hashanah
grei i::ig card8 were received and
pass. '. hand t > hand all over the
country, indicating the intense
Craving of these people for Jewish
| identity. Some senders reported
. receiving replies, although these
I were unsigned.
The South Florida Conference
ion Soviet Jewry is calling upon all
I Jewish organizations and syna-
gogues lo publicize this campaign.
Further information and a list of
Soviet synagogue addresses can l
obtained from Rabbi Ixon Kronish,
' chairman, or from the South Flor-
| ida Conference i,n Soviet Jewry.
\ Suite 11-B. 1190 NE 125th St..
North Miami. Fla. 33161.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger, spiritual
leader of Temple Zamora of Coral
Gables, has announced the ap-
pointment of Rev. Richard S.
Browdy as cantor and educational i
director.
Cantor Browdy. born in Brook- |
lyn. N?T.. and raised in Jackson-
ville, attended the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary Teachers Insti-
tute and the Jewish Theological
Cantors' Institute. He received a '
degree in Sacred Music from Co- |
lumbia University and has served I
as cantor and teacher in Oyster
Bay. L.I., N.Y.. and Middletown,
N'.Y.
Rev. Browdy will be in charge
of all cantorial and liturgical music
at Temple Zamora and will also !
teach and direct the Temple Za-
mora Religious School under the
supervision of Rabbi Berger.
Brandeis ZOA
Will Meet
Services At 10 a.m.
At Tifereth Jacob
Sabbath services at Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob will begin at 10 a.m..
starting Saturday. Sept. 6. The
change in time will allow a Sab-
bath morning class conducted by
Rabbi Maurice Klein to meet in
the sanctuary.
Seventh, eighth and ninth grad-
ers will participate in the 9-10 a.m.
discussion class led by Rabbi Klein.
From 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. they will
participate in the regular Sabbath
morning service. Adults may join
the class also if they wish to.
The opening meeting of the 1969-
70 year will be held by the Brandeis
Zionist District of Miami Beach ^t
8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 1, in the
Washington Federal Bank Bldg.,
1133 Normandy Dr.
District board member Abraham
Grossman, who recently returned
from a visit with his sister in Rus-
sia, will share his observations of
that country, and a question and
answer period will follow, Meyer
Siegel, president, has announced.
Complete plans for the ZOA na-
tional convention will be presented
by Bernard Katz, a member of the
national committee.
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Friday. August 22. 1339 I __
New Cantata To Have Double Premiere In Fall
"The Gates of Justice." ;i new
cantata by Dave Brubeck, will be
given us world premier Sunday,
Oct. 19. at dedication ceremonies
for the new Reform Rockdale
Temple in Cincinnati. Ohio.
a second performance nil] fol-
low on Oct. 21 at the 50th General
^ssembl) of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, which
will be lit id in Miami Beach along
with the JTth biennial assembly of
the National Federation of Sister-
hoods, an affiliate of the UAHC.
cantata was commissioned
by the College-Conservatory of
. i sitj oi Cincinnati, in
cm >. ration with the UAHC, which
he ntial congr I nal body
: irm Judi ism in the Unite : Can a I hi | r mi
was ; i" Rocidal i n
.hi tin oc ;. ;ion ol \ i into a
, onti mporarj st ructun .
The Gates ol Justice. Mr. Bru-
Seats Available
At LVer Tamid
Joseph Silverman, chairman of
the membership committee of
Ti rnple Ner Tamid. has announced
that a limited number of seats
are still available In the main
sanctuary.
Membership committee members
include Adolphc Stattner, co-
chairman; Joseph R. ("apian. Alex
Eig, Herman Frank. Harry E.
Glazer. Harry Lieberman. Charles
Newman, Louis Kaplan. Max Ras-
kin. Albert V. Rosenberg. Isiilor
Schachter, Harry B. Schooner.
Sidney Schwam and Joseph Ze-
nian.
Further information is available
at the temple office, which will be
open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m..
and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
DAVE BRUBECK
beck's -..;. k foi
i ... his
higlil lai : io, T >e
, ... y .. ;.. vt
apl hi the cu
tvil I t, fix in the 11 Bibli
and tin? 1 nlon Prayi i Book of Re-
foi m J;; -.I- incoi poi it's the
teachi igs ol th prophets into a
imi ntarj on conti mporary so-
cial Issues. "We sptnd millions to
guard the walls of our cities and
pi tinies to improve t:. qualits ol
the life \v it inn." Mr. Brubeck ob-
served.
Tin- cantata is scored for tenor
and bass-baritone soloists, cham-
ber chorus. 11-piece brass ensem-
ble, two percussionists, organ, and
jazz ti io. The compost r is also
preparing an alternate version for
performance by choir with organ
accompaniment only.
Whenever possible, Mr. Brubeck
suggests, the tenor, who proclaims
the prophetic ideals of Judaism,
should bo a cantor, and to empha-
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The appointment of Murray
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of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee has been announced by Samuel
I.. Haber. JDC executive vice
chairman.
A former president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Public Relations So-
ciety. Mr. Kass has been with the
JDC as assistant director of public
relations for the past eight years
He has worked as a publicist for
such Jewish organizations as the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. Brooklyn
Jewish Community Council and
| the American Jewish Congress for
more than 20 years.
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!'! cepts of
Is ciety, the bass-
baril ne, who is called upon to
sing the tlucs as \ in tra-
diti inal cone rl st; uld be
black.
In th pn micro pi i formances
Haro'd >rba ;h, cantoi l'< mpl
Israel. D. tn It, wil
and bass-baril ist wid
j ':. t. Also ; ar-
t :; ating w ill be th Bru-
l. ch Ti io piano; Jack
Six, !. iss; Maa Daws drums),
the Uni' rs j > ..- ii nan Col-
; -'. :.- i atorj Chambci Sii -
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R D'-lcamp, and bi ass
the Uni-
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J. M. Lelchuk, vice-president, (left) and Morris N. Broad,
president of American Savings accept advertising poster,
"Invest in the Future," from Alexandria Michaels, scholar-
ship winner to Miami Dade Junior College.
Phone: 757 5705
Miami Beach Girl
Displays Talent
When Alexandria Michaels, 18,
a recent graduate of Miami Beach j
High School, received word that
'she hail been awarded a scholar-
ship to Miami-Dade Junior College
b; the American Savings and Lean
, Association of Miami Beach, she
| deckled that an ordinary "Thank
| You" would be an inadequate ex-
, pression of her gratitude.
So Alexandria, who has hopes
I for a career in art. utilized her
talents to express her appreciation,
'designing an advertising poster
' and presenting it to Morris N.
I Broad, president, and J. M. Lel-
i chuk, vice president of the savings
! instituti n located at 1655 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach, where
it is now on display. Under the
caption "Invest in the Future at
American Savings." the poster is
a painstakingly rendered water-
color illustration ol thi "life cycle"
which trad s a pair of infants from
babyhood through childhood, ado-
ti set n mai i iage, and ; ari nthood
- their infants c .mpleting the life
Al xandria, who teeis she Inher-
iti her talent from her father,
who is a skilled water-colorist, has
' already gained honors through her
art ability. She won first prize In
a junior high school safety poster
contest sponsored by the Knights
Ol Pythias and won a ribbon in her
Junior higli school's Youth Fair
with a linoleum print.
Approximately 4,000 -lew* live
in Birmingham, Ala. Thf city
has I,.ill Jewish iiih.iliit.int-. since
its rounding in 1871. Temple
Kmanu-LI, Its oldest synagogue,
was founded in 1882. ill Vi
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maintained. Yet. the cost of this mausoleum w generally no
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V'Jenisf flurkUaun
Page 13-A
Ghor Canal Repair 0 K
If Border's Are Kept Quiet
\lsop
LAVIV (JTAi Premkr
< .; M. ir this week offered
an a, second chance to re[MuI
i Ghor irrigation canal dam-
pp(d in an Israeli air raid if the
i.i rdanians keep the border area
t, Mrs. Melr said in a tele-
vised n-ti rview that Israel wot
i t interfere with the repairs if
"the Ji : an government took ef-
[ftctivi steps to ensure that the
c iri v.ill be observed. Two
Israeli engineers wire rp|Kirtr-d
1 havi made a brief visit across
1 o ase-fire line to insect the
damage inflicted by Israeli jets
or. thi 50-mile, $Uo million i
the largi st irrigation system in
J rdan
Mrs. Ml ir's offer was \i< v
a? a display of good will on the
l : and a tacit acknowl-
i,t f the interest
tat s has in the G i
i tvas built with large
- a:ul grants to Joi
'A1: n the canal w as damagi I
fn -; time, by Isra< ii co
:. t June 23, the U.S;
mm it intercede d with Is-
unit repairs to t
, i he canal is within -
H of Israeli Runs alone th.
I ie [sra< l governnn .-.t
}.-! d at the time and was i
nu that King Hussein of Jor-
1 see to i; that in
ct-, --. was maintain! d ii
jjrea The assurances appari i I
oenii from the United Si
h; has acted as a go-bi twi n
... v< ral ii cent lsra< li-j
ten. Th-.' herder was qui< t
during the two weeks that re-
pairs were being made. But
shooting started almost immedi-
afteiwards and escalated
I a pi int where Israt I ',< H H
ssary to retaliate and hit
thi canal again. Israeli sources
expected another American at-
tempt at intervention althi igh
thej thot. ill tin Unite : Stati s
t> skej tical ol J< danian
Si i aking at a public meeting
in Ekisan t wnship, a target I
n i nt Jordanian artill-1..
-. H rul Part kadi : Mer.a-
chtm Beigin who is a Ministi r-
VVithout Portfolio in the coali-
gi vi rnmi nt, said that Kins;
sscin 'must chooa betweei
' and wat r." He p u rn d to
retai it irj air i ai I
I the Ghor c nal and
; i. the i nal was
I by ] srae i i mmandi s
. si .T .:ii 3, Israel t?* i mitti d
; mad i c nditi m
::.. t Jcrdai v ase its
mi nt! ti thi i isan
'.;. n tn n paiis w re
. etid thi attacks i -
:' F-ii had .i choice ol w I
ds ii ; nd he chose i lood-
Mi V- igin declan d.
Continued from Page 4-A
man, who i.s perhaps the Bonn
government's most important
permanent official, how West
I,. ni.;;:... wo ild react to Ameri-
can wi hdrawal withoul an hon-
orabli settlement. "At first," he
sain, "there would bi relief, be-
cause no one here likes this
war." Then he added. "B".t can
1 e frank? Receiving the ob-
vious answer, he continued:
'Vi ry soon afti r the relief
would come di i ; disillusionmi nt.
There would be a widespread
i i ling thai we could no longi r
rely on the Unit d Stal w as we
have been doing foi i I ;. This
would lii reinforced by the con-
sequences in Asia that we now
foi se<. Ii would be vi ry dis-
turbing, maybe even dangerous."
Bonn is still a small political
community, so it was not sur-
pris thai thi same note was
k by all tl rous polit-
ical leaders with whom I was
io talk iii leni th i >ne felt
like telling thi m, "You h-..-. i
seen anything yet," for none of
them, including the official who
had made the A iai io rney,
v' as ranking into hi
tions the massacre ol hundreds
,.: ti. i sands ol pr i-Anm i lean
V'ii tram si t hal w ill in i fol-
low a Communist success in
Viet Nam.
A ny 1 i an foi sei how these ]
wholly pr< dictabli massaci es
will b ci red by the West <; r-
man press, which naturally on-
; olnting out the warts on
Um San [act. And any fool
-i! ton see how these re-
will multiply the political
consequences in West Germany,
i; and when President Nixon
abandons the quest for an hotv
orable Vietnamesi settlement.
But although Viet Nam was
the text of the sermon, as it
wc i-(. the sermon itself concern-
ed a nun-!-, more far-reaching
problem.
In brief, as pointed out pre-
viously in this space, Wesl Ger-
many and Japan together are
on th- way to acquiring an eco-
nomic mass, or weight, that will
quite soon be < weight ni the Soviet Union itself.
K rther down the road, their
coml ined weight will surely lie
greater than that of the Soviet
Union.
Before long, in one way or an-
other, they will begin to throw
this weight about, and Germany
will be the first to do so. The
real question is, therefore.
whether the United States is go-
ing to strengthen its already,
vi ry close ties with these two
ni' rging big |K,wers or is going
to permit those ties to be en-
dangered or even dissolved. The
quickest way to dissolve the ties,
of course, is to seem to give
proof that the United States
is an unreliable ally in the
crunchi s
Y' : it goes further than that.
in man;,' different ways. And only
the most ardent neo-isolationist
can maintain that the United
States can rationally and safely
ignore the future political course
of the two i mi rging bit; powers.
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vJenisti ftcrkliari
Friday. August 22, 1969

BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Ancient Synagogues Of The Iberian Peninsula
_ i_____ 'v., ., K.-r*tirrH* In f?nnin Htf Titus in
# IIDKBOOKS for Jewish land-
^^ marks in Europe are few.
Many Jewish tourists purchase
them for the addresses of kosher
restaurants, places of worship
(which they visit to see rather
than to worshipi and Jewish
Community Centers. Postal and
Abramson's, which is the best,
was published in 19tVl and it requires updating be-
cause of changes in Milan, Barcelona and one or
two other cities.
Don A. Ha^perin's The Aneient Synajjoenes f
the IlH*ria.n Peninsula 'University of Florida Mono-
graphs, No. ."> should be indispensable to the Jew-
ish traveler to Spain. Prof. Halperin reports on
synagogues no longer in us.", those that are now
: itional m.#iiments and those'-Which' are used as
hurches. as chapels or for other religious purposes.
Although the author is a U-F profesor ol building
construction, his work is devoid of boring details
..nd makes no attempt to exhaust the field. He has
. b'.y compivs,ed historical highlights of same of the
leading piaees in Spain where Jewish communities
existed under Moorish or Spanish dominion.
Jews have resided in the Iberian pern"*"'3 for
over 2500 years. They came as traders with the
Phoenicians prior to .">00 B.C.E. Some 50.000 are
As We Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Title VI Next For The Guillotine?
w
I1TH D-. John H. Knowles denied
tht top Health Kducation and Wel-
fare po-t and Harry Dent, S> n. Strom
Thurmond's desegregation slowdown
man. installed in the White Huu.se where
the hot divisions are made. Title VI of
the 19*14 Civil Rights Law may be next
for the guillotine.
Title VI authorizes the U.S. govern-
ment to cut off funds from any federally-aided program
in which persons are discriminated against because of
race, color, or national origin. Not long after his election.
President Nixon publicly criticized the federal school de-
segregation guidelines, saying he thought any move by
the government to withold funds from school districts
failing to desegregate was "going too far."'
Those guidelines were drawn up by Harold Howe.
Lyndon Johnson's courageous final eommissjor.<-r of edu-
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALPETER
Success Spoils Fair
* NUMBER of Tel Aviv painl
- : .. iboul id -ail an-
nder the trees of
u Chen B u n ^he
I ist-developing North
, al years ago and \-
.! : i-. immediate sale several
g shi -. aqui n
nd lit graphs Thi re were mar,y un-
pai iters. son ones who-- nan* -
air adj becoming familiar, .n' .-. respectable
,. t'] : imoui it -famous.
Prices were very re table --ood oil paintings
could be had for $1 $166, while guashes and
eras I > the up-and-coming were selling at S40
or less ("frail Sir!").
T le show sued --. irtistica ly
/ .v. iviai particularlj
,..-'.- keepingbou(
eature nd thougl
. s p me better known,
......1 and one could m
fame brought sued -
ess sp '. "' artists
.V thi in Jaffa's Art
ib that the an-
ts narrow al* ys Al
ateo hold oi
... i antity of !h<> -,

ntered on tf* the increase in th<
numi shown was match d by the
hang
I

pious J'
f at the 1
the 1
e. Ham pictun
ddti hich wi
stdk
i of the painl i
I. me i
c' wded n to hunt *!
.
m, whose determination to enforce the law drove
Ihern yahoos to hang the epithet commissar of de-
segregation" on him. Mr. Howe went out fighting for his
principles. Now Commissioner James Allen. Mr. Nixon's
rintee, finds that his Washington bosses expect him to
rtitute policies for principles in the delicate matter of
:-chool desegregation. And according to an old rule, "when
you sink the good iron of a firm principle into the wetland
of murky policy, the principle rusts into disintegration.
People who maintain that, regardless of whether one
is for Black separatism or integration, the honor of the
nation demands that full equality be provided for all.
must fight harder than ever now to see to it that federal
aid is withheld from school systems piling excuse upon
excuse in efforts to avoid complying with the law.
Despite federal court rulings, six southern school
districts have indicated they will not obey the law when
.school opens in a few weeks. HEW Secretary Robert H.
Finch and Attorney General John N. Mitchell have stated
'hat some of the school districts "simply car.not comply,
-.alter how .sincere their intentions."
it is understandable that n I to > nstrucl i
school buildings and devise work I '
imbalance would cause delay ir some I irgi cities, but in
small communities, especially southern towns where Ne-
.! v. h h ed In conti i >us eight irhoods
,: | |s o| yean only 1 -' ynical and intran-
.t can make a cas. i ;' to bar de
i. Moreover, those them s h listricts with Ne-
majorities were -'ven an ext year to imply.
President Nixon has a ran by the
' desegregation issue Whet ke; ..ides declared
; thai '.t i- r..)t their purpose to '. ly down a single
date by which the desegregation process sh
il district-," thej | heavy club in
nds >'. those who maintain that Mr, Ni n has?
-quir.rn-.g p>litical monkeys on his i'
Thurmond and other intl-civil rights lawmakers were
partly responsible for his November victory.
With civil rights traditional.-
s the President apparently d b little
hard Tsuade segregationists I guide-
This, tofettier :" ft n stitution of
I ...... .:
- more time a bai I
VI, written into lav ft uch a J
( I an early gi .-.-.
said to have been brought to Spain by Titus in 70
C.E* They populated the entire area of Spain and
Portugal. Many Spanish historians, such as Americo
Castro. MadexMgc and Ballesteros acknowledge that
one cannot write Spanish history without acknowl-
edging the great role of the Jews in that history.
Regretfully, one must note a few errors. Most
authorities accept -swine" as the meaning of Mar-
iano and not "our Lord has come." The word was
originally applied by Jews to those who sincerely
converted to Christianity. Later it meant one who
was a secret Jew. Franco erected the monument to
Maimonides in Cordoba in 1934 and not 1935. Moses
de Leon was bun in the province of Leon and died in
Arevalo. He did live in Avila. Kroehmal and Graetz,
among others, dispute his authorship of the Zohar.
>,>m.' claim that he was only the redactor. Geraon
Scholem now regards him is the author of practical-
ly the entire book. In the bibliography, Newmark
should be Neuman and Boroja should be Baroja.
Spain is demanding the return of Gibraltar,
which she ceded to England under the treaty of
1732. Halperin's work makes one think mat the
time is appropriate to demand that Spain and the
Church p : compensation for the hundreds of syn-
agogues and other Jewish properties confiscated in
1492. It" Forman and other Blacks can demand com-
pensation for the services of their ancestors be-
cause of -...very, Jews arc entitled with greater jus-
tification, to reparations for specific properties and
also to indemnity for services of Inquisition prison-
ers as forced oarsmen in .Spanish, galleon- We shall
write more of this in a separate article.


.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
israel Newsleffer
Worrying Helps!
a LEADING British scientist,
^ l :. Charles Brain, has n
,:-. overy which. I .. n afraid, is
.. to c IUS a lol worrying
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think I Who ts d.
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August 22, 1969
*, iewistt IFhrffdlffann
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
(K
f. CE BV PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rnF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
VoE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
lDE NO. 69-13580
UIT FOR DIVORCE
.|..d:l-: BCHOENBERGBR,
Jlntlff,
t'ANSCHOBIWIBRaHB.
I'iI'Ymn" s-ciT.M-Aniiii'-.Ktl-" '-
Yisi K Sth "trjet
roJ,>aAN,W8CHOBNBBBQER.
tby notified that a Mil of
Inint for Wvoroe tins been filed
,.u hikI you ar* requwed to
,,.nv ..f your Answer ih.-HUr"' Complaint on th.-
Bfrs attorney, v"X AMFT *
Tl 1518 Capital Hank ltuildinc.
Florida, and fib' th. original
or piuadtmc in the office ol
ri of tlw Circuit Ourl on or
,.- 19th cluy of September.
|i, vu fail io do so. judnm.-m
If.nil will be t:U-n against you
""relief demanded in the BUI Of
* oilee shall be publish, rt mce
!. for four consecutive week*
iKwisH flokidian.
\N'1> ORDERED al Miami.
,liis 1.1th 'lav "f August. A I'
i i:atiii:i:m an. Clerk.
,uri. Had. County. Florida
By: c r COPCLAND.
Deputy Cleric
ourl S' all
JJAMFT & SMITH
tpllnl Ban* Building
florid*
for Plaintiff ....... .
OtFcE BY PUiLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ILORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
tOUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13321
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Iei, h. MAzrua,
If.
RAMIREZ DE MA7.II.IS,
slant.
|l!NA RAMIREZ
\| A/.I'I IS
(fide el Paelflco
I,.Mill. Ill" P'l
hiflorex, lima. Peru
th Am.lira
MYltNA RAMIREZ He MASS-
, hereb) notified that a BUI
l.Uinl for Divorce ha* been
inst you, and you are reuUir-
,, ;, copy of your Answer r
. in th. i'-ill of Complaint on
ii,,tiffs attorney. MATTHEW
KSij.. 128 S.B. t> I Street,
Florida 33131 ami file the
Answer or Pleading In the
.. tit, Clerk of the Circuit
I ,.i before the 19th dnj ol
). r, 1969 If you fall i" do so.
i by ilefaull "ill he taki II
[ ,.,, f,,i tii, relief demanded in
if Complaint.
,ti. Hhnll I" published once
J.I, for four ......KCfUtlve v.eek
JEW ISII PI IKIDI ^
AND >ltl "ERED Hi Miami.
this Mh 'lay of AUgUHl A 1'
fit LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i 'out'. I Hide i 'ount> Florida
l:\ \ A HEW ETT
Deput> "' rk
i'ourl s. ,,i.
Ii:\\ BISSEN, ESQ.
.1 Streel
yvmho
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
''
"After all, Seymour, we're your
parent* .... so why don't you tell us
what's on your mind?"
for Plaintiff
. ",
r COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Florida in probate
No. 844CM
state of
iEII I >EXH< 'I.M
.. I.
3TICE TO CREDITORS
iluor> and All Pi rsoii Hnv-
i Di mnndi Against Said
i.i.i.i notlf 'i and ri quir-
.-ill any claim- ami demand
bn may havi' ugslual the es-
[l.EXAXDEN 11 EN ll< >LM de-
bt. ,.t i lade i 'ii ity, Ploi Ida,
punt> Judges of Dude County,
the name In duplicate and
d in S'l-tlon 733.16, Plorldu
Jin ih.ii offices in the County
|s- in l >;nli' County, Florida,
.. ralenilar months from the
lih.- first publication hereof,
in.- u ill he barn d.
[.ii Miami, Florida, tins 8th
utust. a 11 1969.
__ II.I.IAN A. SMITH
BJETTY .1 KNIGHT
' 'o- Executrlxea
blleatlon of this notice on
da> ,.f AugUKl, l!";:'
PR s ri nii:\
t Exeeutrtxes
|y Duildlng
s 15-22-29 : ".
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81217
IN RE: Estate of
DIN A SHAJIOFK
Deceaaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition tor
Diatribution and Final Dlacharge nn
Executor ol the eatate of IU.VA SHAR-
OKF. deceaaed; and ihat ..n the 4th
day of September, 1969, will apply
to the Honorable County Judge* ..r
Hail. County, Florida, tor approval
of saiil Final Report and tor diatrlbu-
li.in ami final dlacharge as Executor
of the eatate of the above-named
decedent. This itli day of August,
1969.
- STANLEY MYEI18
llseeutor
- EDWIN M CINSiU'ltd
.MYEItS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
I i:\ INS'i.V i KEN IN
At inrneyn
I Lin's \v. Firal Sin i t
.\l land, Florida 331 3u
v --]-.- 12-29
i*!
Sl'Al
At tor
1"0 I tin
Mi
Mi
Nui
Bal
or
it
. NOTICE UNDER
ITITIOUS NAME LAW
P IS HEREBY UIVBN that
'iKin-ii, deairiiig to engage in
iinier th,- fictltioua name of
ITER, mil at i;;:7 Hupont
limn. Florida 18131 Intend*
f saiil name with the l!lerk
run Couri of Dade County,
|f>L CENTER, M l> .
BSU i\ ai. assi ICIATK >N
I anil |p IKK IN I'. A.
!**" Applicant
Blvd
|i i'I.l 33132
i 8-15-28-89
I LEE HOME SERVICES
WM IN MIAMI
123rd STREET -891-0611
Aidl and Attendants
^rs. Companions, Live in
tmemaktrt, while mother
ks, Housekeepers, Maids,
Chauffeur and Housemen.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78532- B
IN" RH Eatate !
MARY HAAU
Ii,. enm-d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE is hereby given lhal I have
filed in> Final Report and Petition
tor Diatribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the eatule of MARY
HAAtl and thai mi the ISth day of
September, 1969, "ill apply to the
Honorable Count) .fudge* of Dade
i'..inn \. Floi Itl i. for appro* of said
Final Reiairl and f ir diolribution and
f| ml din hurgi m Bxi i utor "f the
, Htnte of tin ubove-immed di tli nt.
This 111. ::i-> dav of July. 19119.
EM ERY .1 I'' H '"/I'.K
MA l.i i I.M h FRIEDMAN
Ai i.an. y
! 22 : S i: Firal Street
, Miami. Florida
s \ 1.1-22-29
RE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-7690
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VERCIL RODUER Tl'RNER,
Plaintiff,
\ s
MABEL Tl'RNER,
l lefondant.
TO: MABELTl'RNER. a k a
MABEL I.KATH
918 I lay Streel
Burlington. N'orth Carolina
Vou MABEL TURNER, I- a, *-
BEL I.i:\TII are hereby notified thai
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa
been tiled agalnat you, and you are
required to nerve a .'! of your Anau -
,., ,.i Pleading W the Bill "f < ""-
plaint mi the plalntlffa Attorney.
RAY A Ml'NSON, 500 liigrnham
Building, Miami. Florida and fib- the
original Anawer or Pleading
nfflce .1 the Clerk ;-r the
Courl "ti or before the 8th
Si ntember, 1969 If you fail t'
judgment by default will '"
agafnal you for the reliel de
in the Bill -f Complaint.
This notice shall be publlahed once
each week for four eonaoeutlve weeka
In THE JEWISH FIAlRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDEHBIJ at Mian'.
Florida, thla :;ist day ol July a,t>.
' a B LEATHBRMAN, Herk
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: N. A. HBAVETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) g J.1B.22-M
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84593
In RE: Estate of
FRIEDA RICHTMAN
I leoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Peraona Hav-
iiiK Claims or Demands Anainst Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaent any claima and demanda
which > "u may have ngalnat the ea-
tate of FRIEDA RICHTMAN to the
County Judgea of I'ad.- County, ami
file the same in duplicate ami as
provided in Section 7.::: 16, Florida
Stntutex, in their offlcea in the County
Courthouae hi Had,- County, Florida,
within si\ ralendnr montha from the
time "i" the firal publication hereof, or
the >.i m \\ ill be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day "i Auguat. A l> I9H9
sihri kv rmthi.ein
,\i"i:ti in richman
As Executora
Firal publleallon of this nntlee "n
the stli day of AutCUat, I9I19.
SPARBER and ROSKIN P A
Ai tin a. \ s for Exe-utora
Ma North Bison; ne Blvd.
Miami. Florida :.::;::_
v S-1.1-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83153
In RE: Eatate of
KinniA B LEl'CHTAG
11. u used,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN" Till; ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purport inn to be the
In) 1 W ill and t. stain. Ill of said d( -
i-.-d. in lias been admitted to probate
in saal Com i You are In r< bj .....n-
manded within six i-aleiidnr n
fi .an ill. dale oi id,, first publii ni Ii n
of this notice to appear in said Courl
and show eause, i:' nnj yu can, why
III.- action of said Court ill llllmittlllli
saiil will to pmbate should not stand
unrcvoked
Jltll.N Ii KI.AVI'liX
Count} JudKe
Bj : MELBA C DICK. Clerk
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINSON K KEN IN
)-.\ EDWIN M GINSBI'RG
Attorney
1150 s IV. Flrat Streel
Miami. Florin S3130
371-9041
Flrsi publication of this notice on
the day of August. 1969
C. J. SEAL
R-15-38-29
th
Circuit
day of
i do so.
. taken
mnnded
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage m
liusimss uml.r the flctltloua name of
CONTINENTAL BARBER SHOP al
5806 Sunset Drive, S. Miami. Florida
mi.-mis to register said name witn
the Clerk of the Circuit court oi
Dado County. Florida.
JBSl'S OARCIA
AltVOI.H H OKI.I.MAX
Attorney for Applicant
Tut Alnalej Bulldlnf 8 s.,.-,.-j2-J9
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN JOHN ABREL",
Plaintiff,
-V.s-
JOAN STEVENSON ABREL',
Defendant.
TO: JOAN STEVENSON ABREL'
177 Niagara Street
Buffalo. New York
You, JOAN 8TBVBNSON ABREL*.
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been Wed
agalnat you. and you are required io
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. IJCHTKR ROG-
ERS, KSQ.. 999 N*.\V. 14th Street.
Miami. Florida S3186 and file the orig-
inal Answer or FteAdrng In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the ISth day of September,
1969. If you fail to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint
This notice shall be publlahed once
each week for four ennseeutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FIjOKUMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of August, A !>
1969,
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: c. p. COPE1 AND,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
LESTER ROGERS, ESQ.
vn N'.w 14th Btreet
Miami. Florida S3136
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/15-22-39 D Ii
\N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84553
In RE: Eatate of
JEAN \\F,INHi:n
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which vou mav have against the
estate of JEAN WBINBERG deceased
late of Bade County. Florida, t" the
County Judges of Had.- County, and
file the sane- in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Had.- County. Florida.
within si* calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this '111
das ol August. A I' 1989
MARX FABER
1012 Ainsl.y Building
Miami. Florida
As Executor
Flrsi publication of thla notli e on
the *lh da) "f August, 191
MARXM FABER
1012 Ainsl.y Blllg.
Miami. Florida
s R-ir.-22
IN THE CIRCUIT Co-iRT OF THE
1Hh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 69-12533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLES A. PATBl'RU.
Plaintiff,
vs. 1
JEAN Ll'MPKIN PitTBURG,
Defendant,
YOC. JEAN I.CMPKIN PATBI'RG,
residence nddr,--si_UoultJ. Qunters-
Vllle, Alabama, a~' rcrfifWed to file
your answer to the complaint for di-
vorce with the rlerk of the above
court and serve a copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen, Esq., ism-n Congress
Bldg., Miami, Florida, on or before
September -. lSiis or el>.e complaint
will be taken as confessed.
DATED: July '.'9. 1989.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MARGCKRITK KENT
8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und.-rsigned. desiring to engage in
bualncaa under the flctltloua namea of
DBS. FIX and RABEN P.A.: IVOR
FIX. M.D.i MILTON RABEN, Mil
at t::ii Alton Road, Miami Beach,
Fla. 13140 Intends to register said
naves with th.' Clerk of the circuit
Curt of Had.- County. Florida,
lilts FIX and RABEN
PROFESSIONAL ASSi HIATH >X
SPARBER and ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
urn Blacayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
8/8-U-2S-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
All >YS .1' 'MX Kl'FFLEB,
Plaintiff
VS.
NORA hi IT'l.F.lt.
I lefeiidant,
TO: NORA Kl'FFLEH
::i -IT "Sth Streel
.l.nl,-on Heights. N Y 11372
You XI Ii A Kl'FFI ER. are here-
bj notified thai a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, ami you arc required Io nerve n
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
th.- Bill of Complaint on the Plalntlffa
attorney, FAIL KWITNBY, 420 1 in-
eoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt on or before the l"ih day
of September, 1989. if you fall to do
so, Judgment by default "ill be taken
again-' you for the relief demanded
in the It'll of I'oim.laiiil.
This nntici shall he published once
each week for four conseontlve
weeks hi TIM-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami,
Florida, this ISth da) of August A.D
" R B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Conn. Had.- County, Florida
By: It. i: SHEA
11. imly Clerk
(Circuit "ourl Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
l^n Lincoln Rood
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorn.) for Plaintiff
s jl1 -_'!" '.< 5-1S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12795
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANNIE lil'TM GRAHAM,
Plaintiff,
va
I'HAIil IB LEWIS GRAHAM,
I lefeiidant
TO: CHARLIE LEWIS GRARAM
General Delivery
Sli.llman. Georgia
You. CHARLIE LEWIS GRAHAM,
ar. hereb) notified that a Bill of
Complain! for Divorce has been filed
againsl you. and you are required Io
s.-rv, a cop) of your Answer or Plend-
..... Io ii e Bill "f Complaint on the
Plaintiffs at loi ney. I'.Ml. POI.LAI "K,
Suite Hill, IT"" N'.W. T11. Street, Miami,
Florida ::::i-". and file the oi
\iihv or Blending In the offlei n!
the Clerk of ti.. Circull Court on or
before iln IBIh day of September,
1909 If you fail to do so. Judgment
l.\ defaull will be taken against you
fot relief di manded in the Bill of
i 'omplaiiil'.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla 1st day of August All
1969
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
B) : M. E, BON8TEIN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I'AI'l. I'iii.l.mk, LAW OFFICES
1 Suite in". I7i"> N'.W. 7th Street
' Miami. Florida J3125
I At tome) for Plaintiff
x I:.-2-'--".' 9 "
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13344
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE PETITION "F
ROBERT OOl BFINE and I.AII'.A
USE GOl DPINE. his wife,
TO: OEOROBJANVRIN
Residence 1'nknown
You GEORGE JANVRIN, ar,- h-ie-
by notified that a Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed againsl you, and
you an- required to aerve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the
Petition on th.- Plaintiff's attorney,
MAX A. GOLDFARB, lit Rlscnyne
Building, Miami. Florida 3313n and
file the original Answer or Pleadi'iiK
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cull Court on or I..-for,- the IMli day
of September, 1969 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default "ill be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
This notice .-hall I" published once
each week for four consecutjire weeks
in Till-'. JEWISH FlORIfJrAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of August. A 1'
i:".'.'
I-: l: LEATHERMAN, < !lerk
Circull Court, Dade County. Florida
Bj : C P, COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
max A i ; 'l DPARR
ii i Rlscnyne Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8 i'.-l'j-l'v D 5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-13124
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PAl'UXF. HARTWICK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LBROT HARTWICK,
Defendant.
TO: LBROY HARTWICK
MIS Church Road
SI. Louis, Mo. 68147
You. LEROY HARTWICK, arc here-
by notified that u Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
i and you are required to s.-rv.- n copy
I of your Answer or Pleading to the
i I'.ill ..f Complaint on the Plalntlffa
I attorney, MORTIMER S. COHEN. 90S
I Ahisley Rullding, Miami. Florid., S3132
'and file the original Answer or Plead-
' ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the l^ day
of September, 1969, if you fall to do
so. judgment by defaull i!i be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Tin- notice shall be published once
each week for four con.....utive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I IN i: AND iRHEREI' al Miami.
Florida, tin '-th daj of August, A.D,
1969
F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dadi Countv. Florida
B) : X A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
.Mi iRTLMEH S. C< iHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
905 Ainsley Ruildlns
Miami, Florida 33132
s i-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersig.....I. desiring to engaKi
husineas under 'In- fictitious names -'
DBS ROSEN and MEYERS: ROBERT
ROSEN, Ml' RICHARD M. MEYERS
.\l 11. ai 26H 95th Street, Surfslde,
Florida 33154 Intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl ol Dade County, Florida.
DRS ROSEN AND MEYERS
PRi IFESSK >\ A I. ASS" "ClATIl 'X
SI'ARHER ami ROSKIN P A.
Al lorne) for Applicants
mi la-, a) ne Bl\ tl
Miami, Florida 33132
. .. i-, 22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI A L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-13075
SUIT FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN" the Matter of:
i 'hanging name of
BRADLEY ROSEN
to
BRADLEY LAl'EH
I'll: DOl'GLAS M. R< "SEN
L'ii:u \\ 2nd Streel
Itrookl) n. New York
You. I ii Hi: I.AS SI. ROSEN, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Change of Name has been filed
you are required to serve a com ol
your answer or pleading to the Petl-
ii......ii the Plaintiffs attorney,
BERNSTEIN & MILLER, 19 W
Flngler Street, Miami. Florida and
file the original answer or pleading
ii the office of the clerk of the cir-
cuit court on or before the 12th day
of September. 1969, If you fail to do
so judgment bj defaull will '" taken
against you fin the relief demanded
in the Petition for Change of Name
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
i the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Hated August ': 1969
E, I: LEATHERN VN, Clerk
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida
By MARGUERITE KENT
s 8-15-22-29
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^fe wish Floridian
40 Jewish Schools Open Here Sept. 2
F -r.dc Friday, Auqust 22. 1959
Section B
federation Reappoints Fleeman
. -,(', nt of the
d< rat ion,
: n
- : i' ; chairm in
Flcn Community
b l c< thi function
, .. he si i 1 ased upon
.-., understanding
, ih ond w< Ifa < m i da ar
ty prol ms, affecting the
Icliii community am! requiring
| i n unit action and support.
A community home developer
ii n sJdeno is in -Miami Beach,
i] Fleei an is a past president of
be Gn ater Miami Chapter of the
Jjrieri on Jewish Committee, and
cum ;it ly i as a vice pres-
ent of Tin Jewteh Hcme for the
ly, (Douglas Gardens" and of
f, i i Isrnel as well as of the
^deration, where he also serves
\i the Exccutiv Committee ami
man of the Trades and
rofi ssions ision of the 19R9
- d Ji ih Appeal Israel
nergency Fum ampaign. He is
ji pasl chairman of Federa-
. .:!.(.
mmitl chief aim."
I'.. man said is t< prevt nt
B-u. W an geared t< avoid un-
ry duplicatii i ; i dless
(i two dolli rs where one
This ass : mi ximum
j'.ie :..r the community from
hi<.' i ii '.....gs for thi
which n n ol th i
i achi vi alone."
. Fl nan's guidance,
Ii i unity Plani ins l 'ommit-
t' u I ich i i- d ol three
Commis i i :. Commission on
i Woi k an I Leisui e Time
Services, the Commission on Jew-
1 ish Education and the ( ommission
m -' i \ ices to the Agi d at this
time, will continiu to create com-
munity communication and co-
ordination and eliminate duplica-
ti ns of services and expenses.
Forty Jewish schools in Dad?
. Broward Countief i
Tuesday. S er.d
Sunday. Sept. T.
I gistratii n is now op
.
aftern

mgist Ihii chil
. ni< n i h .
In his messag .. Z; rl
.. v i. ts that i
av be lost to thi-m
i. i ji wish ducat) i Ft, if
the family or home does nol j.
them the emotional security th<
depend on so desperately- -lost, ii
they havi no n al sense ol wh<
they are or where th< y I
..:-.' ::int?
lost, if
know
3 wish and
Th .
s tasl : :.. Zllbert
Jewish
I is
. : i hil for
rea to
sfrtngl ; kn >wl-
ntti thai the
ever b an
; : term.
He gistrati at
- hools, or
nt]. Hi I High School
the 1 f Jt-wif Education
ivhicl will hold its firsl sessions
for grai lates ol coriprpgational
i i -. Mi nda >" pt. 15.
DAVID B. FLCEMAN
very health and welfare opera-
:ion.
"The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation," he added "is the or-
ganization tliat does the coordinat-
ing, planning and financing that
keeps the man.> diverse groups of
the irganized Jewish community
working together, tt provides a
nerve center through which all of
th s oreamzatt ins c in act to^eth-
Hudson County Club
Officers Plan Meeting
The officers and directors of the
Hudson County Club will hold a
meeting at S p.m. Wednesday in
the Washington Federal Hall, 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Harry Herman will preside, and
the agenda Will include the report
ol the nominating committee and
a plan of lilture programs.
Harry Aronsbei'K is publicity of-
ficer.
Resolution Passed By Men's Clubs
Initiated by the Men's C! il ol
H. th Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach, a resolution was
adopted at the 40th annual con-
vention of the Jewish Men's i lubi
of the Conservative Synagog
The resolution refers t< th ob-
servance of Jewish holiday? i
unix rsity campus and urges ea "
community to "bring to thi atti
tion of all educational instil
within their community at thi
jii ning of each Jewish New Year
the dates of all religious h< ,
til iecific reference to the holi-
days which require the absence of
Jewish students from school at-
tendance ." T, n lution urges
members to see that school au-
' : ties d( net penalize students
: '.- .-..: bsent on those holidays
, nd thai "no registration, exam-
inations or com ement be
: i I for tin Sal bath or Jew-
- High H ... Days
Jacob I. Chaiker pi igram
ar and so( ia tion chair-
mai : r th( Fli i ids Res. in.
4s4 ^reasured^ossession
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August 25 to September 12
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Friday, August 22
RABBI JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
Breakfast Set For
Beth David South
A "Getting to Know You" break-
fast to allow now and prospective
members of Beth David Congrpga-
tion to sec the new South Dade
school facility at 7500 SW 120th
St. will be held at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day. Seymour Friend, president,
has announced.
The informal breakfast session
will also Rive the visitors an op|>or-
tunity to meet Rabbi Sol Landau,
^i iritual leader of the congrega-
i, the educational staff and lay
: rs. A tmn of the facilities will
\\ the breakfasl and a special
ji'am featuring local TV per-
sonalities has been arrangf d i<> en-
i. -.11;i the youngsters.
Chairman of the committee is
Maxwell Waas. who serves the
gregation as vice president. He
will be ai sisted by Mr. and Mrs.
uour Friend, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Badanes, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Beer, Mr. and Mis. Morion Wein-
ger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hi senberg, Mr. and Mrs. Burton
1.. v< y, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Wil-
liams, Mr. ami Mis. Fred Seller.
Mr. and Airs. Larry Scherr, Mr.
and Mis. Moie Tendrieh. Mr. anil
Mis. Jerry Shevin and Sydney D.
Kronish, executive director.
New Habbi For
Beth Moshe
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. the
new spiritual iea"er of Temple
RrrtrW****'. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy.,
North Miami, will assume his du-
ties at the temple during the High
Holy Days.
A series of coffees and teas is
planned to introduce the rabbi,
who was ordained at the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago, to
his congregants, and a special re-
ception will be h( lil alter the Fri-
day evening services, Aug. 29.
Rabbi Gorfinkel, who has served
as Vice president of the Wisconsin
Council of Rabbis and was chair-
man of its TV and Radio Commis-
sion, earned his Master's degree in
Hebrew Literature at the Hebrew
i Theological College of Chicago,
and received his Ph.D. from In-
diana University. He was invited
this year to become a member of
1 of the professorial staff of the
\ Catholic Cardinal Strich College.
teaching Hebrew and Bible.
Temple Emanu-EI Membership Open
For the 13th consecutive year.
, T.mpie Emanu-El will hold us
nigh Holy Day s< rvta s in the
j Miami Beach Auditorium, begin-
ning Friday evening. Sept. 12, Jo-
seph Cohen, president oi the con-
'-leuarVn.-'nns ahnfluHWd. TM
services Friday evening, Saturday
and Sunday. Sept. 12. 13 and 14.
i will be conducted by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Membership in the temple is still
! oi>en to those who have not yet
I registered for the coming year.
Activities' in the temple Include
an all-day school, a nuraery-
kindcrgarten program, an after-
nooiflfcfrew School and a Sunday
School.
Religious School registrations
.,, now being accepted, Judge
Frederick N. Barad, chairman of
the Board of Education, has an-
nounci d. The school program will
1 begin Sept. 2 in all departments.
All affiliate arms of the temple,
ii eluding the Sisterhood, Brother-
hood. Parent-Teachers Association,
The C.n.up. The Forty-Ninen
the Temple youth
registering mrinl,, I
ing year's activitii S.
z,io
RUTH GfWITZ
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Friday, August 22, 1969
fJewisti FtoriafHann
Farband Leaders To Meet
Tlv ."arband Labor Zionist Or-
der is calling a meeting of the
national board of directors for
Sept. 1-7, at Unser Camp, High-
land, N V.
Sai "I Bonchek, president of
the F. bandi will open the conven-
tion d Jacob Katzman, general
Isccreti y, will review current ac
|tiviii<- of th' organization.
Farband Labor Zionist Order is
|ji fraternal society dedicated to
lAork for the improvement of the
Lmeri an Jewish community, the
project an of Jewish cultural val-
m s. t- developrm nt of the State
and to give greater valid-
It the Four Freedoms and
to racy's creed for all man-
l.
iv Farband is committed to
ml- ening Jewish life in Amer-
!;. -cans of vigorous cultural
i rational prom ants and the
K of the State of Israel in
< lomic development and In
L't ,-olidation of its position in
, munity of nations.
Exclusive tales rights to fast mov-
ing, repeat product. Proven pro-
fits of over $20,000. Cash requir-
ed $12,000, balance financed from
profits. P.O. Box 15447 Pine Hills
Station, Florida 32808.
Wanted
HEBREW TEACHER
Must be able to relate to
young teen-agers
(confirmation class)
PART-TIME
LIBRARIAN
In the Synagogue Library.
Please call:
BETH TOR AH CONGREGATION
947-7528. Ask for Mr. Rothenberg
drivi
JOSEPH P. ZUCKEKMAN
a little more than five years
ast five years have been
years of major growth
ansion for the Farband La-
rtist Order and the five
g branches in Miami, ;-
to Joseph P. Zuckerman,
ago.
During this time, the Farband
has introduced a program of medi-
cal care for its members, estab-
lished a blood bank, instituted a
Blue Cross Blue Shield program,
and established a hospital commit-
tee to visit and aid sick members.
The Farband increased its mem-
bership in Miami to 1100 and ex-
Southern Farband represent.-!- | l*s to double the membership in
c, who also serves as president i,nt" future.
th largest branch in Florida Farband members in the area
nad -",. ted the active membership j lmvv bought Close to a million dol-
\____________--------------- lars worth of Israel Bonds. They
are primarily active in the CJA
and UJA, and raised a consider-
able sum for the Emergency Fund
campaign. Two successful func-
tions have also been held for the
benefit ot the Jewish National
Fond.
CANTOR
Excellent for Bol Shacharith or
Musof available for High Holy
Dayr and all year.
Phone 532-6167
CANTOR TEACHER
Highly qualified: belt reference!:
interested in weekend cantoril
services. Also full or part time
Hebrew and Sunday School teach-
ing. Reads Torah. Will Travel.
Call 532-6726.
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MIAMI BEACH
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IN R.N.'s HOME.
PERSONAL ATTENTION.
CALL 6811308
The Hebrew Academy
Of Greater Miami
MOURNS THE SUDDEN PASSING OF
MRS. BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
BELOVED MOTHER Of MRS. LEONARD ADLER
"May the Almighty Comfort her among the
Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem"
MR LOUIS MERWITZER
President
MRS. JACOB KATZ,
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Paqe 4-3
+Jewist ffcridfib/r
Fridav, Auau3t 22, 1969
Raf i Votes Against Labor Party Split
TEL AVIV (JTA T
9-6 agati -i
splitting away from the La
ting
Thi vote
\,: 5t( r Mc -
Rafi. urg
(1; ferae) a:1''
military aU b
Gen. Daya said tl
menl han
Parly lea kenl
ic '
tori, s v. ..-
am! thai
had been
Gen. Pay.'.: w
folio of M in the
new <"i\ : nm :" ;' I ;
afti th tobei
: -'
! warded t Rafi. It pi
5him?n Peres, a
formi :' "efense Minisl >i
who was Ha! -
l'< fore it n I with
\. lut -V : '
bor this j -ar.
Not a nembers
satisfied. 1 c
who casi
th re wei iti i >. S
bers ag >ment
aders was a
' 1: 1 -
said they v : sijn 1 ml
5. Bui
was i
I, I .i
; : I tii
: '

Gen. Da/a I
G I
her job. th
. a better Preml t,
just as th a better De-
, Ministi r." He mail.' it
he would not hea I i
I Rafi brea!
: ab >r Party and pre-
its own candidates for
tioi In any event, he s.ii.l. as
-is now stand with the pe-
al s ttled ami Rafi
-, cation arranged, there
i question of splitting.
Mr. '.' : s said m his address
ta h thoi --'lit Rafi could win
Ki ss I s ats with a sep-
- than the nine allotted
:, : nl with the Lai a
'aders. Nevertheless, he
present situation is not
time f r a split ami nati inal
sts are ser\ i by
i Sty.
' Party's secretary-
h is Sapir, said that
as ;. with the out-
-.- a :. x.': -, There
a and no losers," he
party emi
-"
; :me\ed on the
mpi omise between
the vKws ol G a. I vi; an. who
51 i i y a ivocati s the rapid ls-
: ment of the
tories and those o; For I rn
Eban, who ai
a s thai wili
n t I
.- i nexin r the I
-
. ,.,, icnt was
I on I
i t"
. t of settlements in
as i to
r iremeri
is
ready risen in the Golan Heights,
... and pans of
Smai on thai basis.
The concept ol "permanent"
si nil nil ms was a r nci ssion to
; Dayan, and the "security
nts" qualification was
stun toward Mr. i-ban. But
use of the term "permanent" in
th< platform may bring trouble
with Mapam, the left-wing fac-
tion Uiat has entered into politi-
.. d alignrru nt with the Labor
Party. Mapam is opposed to the
"hard line" of Gen. Dayan ami
does not entirely agree with
Mr. Eban. The faction may ab-
stain from voting on the contro-
versial platform plank. Hut if it
a against it, Hi" entire ai
ment could be in jeopardy.

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Pne 5-S
Presentation Made
By JWV Ladies
The first presentation by a vet-
ran's organization on ostomy
; lining was n c< nl 1/ made by
Wcsl .\.>:i:ni Auxin i \ (23, Jewi !-.
War i ti rans of i!> I 'nit d States,
Miami 'et< rans
. year the auxiliary allo-
>,".1S I : a i] oji Ci .
'. : ; i ler.t. For this
r's project, Ivvo i ducational
t ;ii'.....! in eol ir, pro) ii
ci n:: 'to training covi rage ol the
thri i"a '..! \ !- ol i I ..
>;! StU-
nts an,I aidi s wei e ehosi n in
hc;nor .i Mis James Stern, in'mr-
siilent, who is hers< I!
isi with .-: al concern
! a h i nl si in v> terans.
lost-ojx rative and
h iiqu< s are de-
cj ip and inslrucl those
ronci iln imm diate post-
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tient.
Suburban League Women came up with another original
way to raise funds for Variety Children's Hospital. Ad-
mission to the covered-dish luncheon and book review was
two becks of trading stamps. Some ci those who helped
to pile up a good record -were, left lo right Mrs. Alvin
Rosen, Mrs. Gerald Wernick '. '-:s. Morris Levitt, Mrs.
Richard Masington and '-'..--. Seymour Beiser.
;- ?:- left, president of West Miami Auxili 2
a Veterans, locks en as Mis. lames Stem, imme-
. ?si( -. ;. presents two fi'ms detail]
.....-- colosiomy and ileal bladder patients to Veterans
.-;_;-. nursjig education director Mrs. D. i. Dorset. R.N.,
....';.;. Edward G. White, the hospital's chief of staff.
AAl Waler Polo Competition Set
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The Y.MIiA swim team is serv-
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vjewte* norSdttor
Friday, August 21 1959
Zilbert Heads Drive For
Hebrew Home For Aged
High Holklav services are being the ol.l folks whose infirmities
planned by the Patients' Commit- make them totally dependent on
tee of the H. bitm Houv for the thMOtf will and g- nerosily ot the
Aged of Miami Beach. 320 Collins entire community.
Ave., under the direction 01 the The goal for th<
x liitive staff. Rabbi Dow Roz- effort for the Horn
encwaig will conduct the services.
The Rosalind and Leonard Zil-
bert Chanel will be dedicated dur-
ing the holiday week.
Indigent persons living in the
fund-raising
is $750,000.
MRS. SARAH KtlStR
M.B. Poet Records
Own Works For
Library Archives
At the request of the Library of
I Congress in Washington, D.C.,
poet Ruby Fogel (Mrs. J. I Lev-
koffl of Mrami Reach, has record-
ed a reading of her poems on tape
for I he Library's archives.
Made in the Library's studios,
the recording nms for about an
hour and will be available for use
in educational and cultural group
programs.
Among the po -ms chosen for th-
reading u-i iv s< me from her book.
-Of Apes and Ang< Is." which won
wide .'claim when it was pub-
lished in 1966. thesestina thai won
the Janv s Joyce Award of the
Po 1 -.-> Socii ty of America in 1968,
and "Thi Loss ol Si lit." which
was selected by British playwright
Christopher Fry for n co ;nilion al
the Stroud Int< rnational F< stival
of the Arts in England.
II, r |.o, ms have b< 1 n publ
in tii larg 1 ; opular publications
as the "l-adi' s Hi me Jour-
nal" and "Ni w York Times." as
wi ll as in "Prairie Schooner" and
Southern Poetry Review."
National Airlines Hosts Underprivileged Children
More than 400 underprivileged agencies of United Fund Equal
children ol Dad.' County were Opportunity Program, h ; .,,
treated to Jet airplane 1 ides Tues- -arks and recreational depart-
day as the guests of National Air- ments throughout the county
1,,,, s the flights, provided by the J
The Greater Miami Coalition al-, f01 the ,hil(1 consecutive year ,
letted seat quotas lo some 25 sart of Its chic affairs program
LCONARD ZIMRT
ni ighborhood who desire to attend
s rvices may obtain tickets at the
administration offices. This is a
co ntesy extended only to the In-
digent, Sidney Siegcl, executive
director of the Home cautio 11 d,
and is not intended for thi
cial public.
Leonard Zilbert, an active com-
munal worker, has been named
nan ol th Community Divi-
sion 1 f the "Lifeline Campaign"
for the Hebrew Home for the Aged
ol .Miami P.. ach, Mr. Zilbert will
1 assisted by Mr, and Mrs. A. C.
I members of the Hoard of the
Home.
Mrs. Sarah Keiser, president of
the Hebrew Home for the Aged of
Miami Heach who announced the
appointments, c immented, "There
is a special place in the Jewish
heart for providing for our aged
The money will he used for an
addition to the new building into
which n Day Cue Center will bo
incorporated.
"The size and services of the
Home have changed to keep pace
with population growth, longer life
expectancy, and modern medical
.arc" said Mr. Siegel. "In exist-
ence 15 years, the original concept
has been maintained and the Home
continues as a non-profit, non-
stctarian community facility." he
stated.
M. B. Mizrachi Women
Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer, presi-
de nt of the Miami Bt ach chapter
ol Mizrachi Women, announces
that the chapter's next meeting
will be held in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, on
I'm sdav. Sept. 9.
THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
of TEMPLE EMANUEL
Established 1957
LARGiST CONSERVATIVE AUDAY SCHOOL
IN SOUTH:AST REGION O.S 4.
IS NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR THE
1969-1970 16KM
Elementary Grade*. 1 through 6
Full-Day Kindergarten 9:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Nursery School 9:0C AM to Noon
Combining General Studies
with Hebraic and Religiou; Instruction
Fulfilling thp Highest Standards of the Dade County
Board o( Public Instruction and The State of Florida
DOOR-TO-DOOR TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED
SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 2nd
y
MYER SIIVERMAN
Educational Director
NA0M' BRAV0E1S
Supervisor, Pre-Sehoo/ Oepl.
For Further Information Call: 865-0216-865-0206
TEMPLE MEN0RAH
, FKetigiovts Oc/ioo/
62C 75th Street, Miami Beach
Will Give Your Child The Best In Jewish Education!
REGISTRATION FOR THE
196970 SEASON NOW OPEN
. PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT Nursery through Kindergarten
HEBREW SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Grades 1-6
jV SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Kindergarten Through
Post Confirmation.
FOR INFORMATION CALL 866-2156
RUBY FOGEL
Close t 8,000 lews live in
New Brunswick, one ul Canada's
Maritime Provinces. The earliest
Jewish settlers came to St. John,
the capital, in IX.">X, followed by
Jewish settlers Ironi Russia and
Poland in the 1890*8. There arc
synagogues in st. John, Moncton
mid Kredericton. (JTA)
TEMPLE BETH T0V
(Conservative!
6438 S.W 8th Street
REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW
& SUNDAY SCHOOL
under supervision of
RABBI SIMON APRIL
Sundays Evenings
9-15 7-9
Membership Inquiries Invited
667-9411 661-7975
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
NORTH MIAMI'S ONLY SYNAGOGUE
NURSERY K1NIER6MTEN
WELL ROUNDED PROGRAMS FEATURING
ARTS- CRAFTS
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b READING WRITING READINESS
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RELIABLE DOOR
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751-7578
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EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR
RABBI J. A. GQRFINKEL, Ph. B.
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0H0LEI T0RAH DAY SCHOOL
1544 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE FALL SEMESTER
Boys and Girls
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY and HIGHER GRADES
t
Experienced Certified Faculty
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Individual Student Attention
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Bus Transportation
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For Further Information and Registration Call 531-8721
Evening* 534-8262


Fricay, August 22, 1969
fJenisti florMfajn
Paqe 7-B
i
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CCEW Sponsors Program
For Community Projects
w Sydne> L. Welntraub will
lv chairman for the "My Fair
l ,i, program sponsored by the
Greater Miami Council tor the
Continuing Education of Women
(CCEW) or. (Vi. 15.
The 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. evenl
vill feature, booths where educa-
tional, volunteering, employment
and eif-improvement groups will
demorstrate opportunities avail-
able to women of the community.
AJC Ladies Hold Season's First Meeting
rhc season's first meeting of ne 125th St., Suite 11B.
th- Florida Women's Division
American Jewish Congress was to
l);' In III Thursday in the new of-
fices of lii-' American Jewish Con-
gress, Northcasl Region ::i 1190 year was to be Mrs. Irving B. Kap- I fairs.
Ian, local president and national
vice president of the Women's
Division, and a special report on a
unique study program utilizing the
Ch.-u,::.;,:, ol the meeting devot- Jtwish nove| uas ,. presented
cd to discussion ami implementa- by Mis. Samuel Berlin, chairman
t'on of programs lor the coming >! 'he Commission on Jewish Af- tration for all levels, nursery,
B'nai Raphael Orientation
..' nurserj and kindergarten of
Congregation B'nai Raphael will
told an orientation program on
Wednesday and Thursday. P. I
I seniors, is s'ili open.
r
TEMPLE
BETH SHOLGM
T^e liberof-Progresjive-Reform
Congregation
Cordially Invites Yoo to Attend Its
ANNUAL SHOW AND TELL
SERVICE AND
ONEG SHABBAT
ON FRIDAY EVENING
AUGUST 29, at 8:15 P.M.
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Dr. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi
JERROLD LEVY,
Assistant Rabbi
DAVID CONVISER, Cantor
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Will Be Held af
THt MINYONAIIiFS
SYNAGOGUE
3737 Bird Road, Miami
with the famous
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
519 Dade Federal Building, Miami, Florida
RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director
PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashanah Begins Friday Evening, September 12th
CANTOR MAX SACKS
All TICKETS $70
For Reservations call:
BEN DIAMOND 448-0618
JOE PALGON 444-3435
SAM BASKOW 4433693
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
RALPH P. KINGSLEY, RABBI
Proudly Announces High Holy Day and
Sabbath Services IN ITS NEW SANCTUARY
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue, North Miami Beach
For Information about membership and
Religious School
Call 949-3429
TEMPLE ZI0N
8000 Miller Road
"The largest Conservative Temple in the Southwest"
SERVICES BOTH DAYS OF
ROSH HASHONAH
AND YOM KIPPUR
Conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman and Cantor
Hebrew School Sunday School Kindergarten
Confirmation Class Choir
Active Sisterhood, Mr. and Mrs. Club and U.S.Y.
OPEN HOUSE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING FROM 10 TO 12 FOR
PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS AND THOSE DESIRING TO OBTAIN
TICKETS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS.
Phone:271-2311
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
DR LEON KRONISH, RABBI
DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
JERROLD LEVY, Assistant Rabbi
(Nursery School through Confirmation)
Religious School Registration Now in Progiess
Call the Temple Office 538-7231
ft>r itiiiti'.'.ii on rcatirrhnK
The Beth Sholom Fair Shari Family Plan
temple J^etli &4>n
5950 S.W. 88 St., (N. Kendall Drive)
South Miami, Florida
THE SUBURBAN REFORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School, Hebrew School,
Nursery School. Adult Education. Youth Gnuo.
HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.I., Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
MICHAEL KYRR, Cantor
Adjnctnt to Coral Gables and Kendall
Phone: 666-2536
JOIN THE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE DURING THE
HIGH HOLY DAYS AT
KNESETH ISRAEL
CONGREGATION
1415 EUCLID AVENUE
The Most Beautiful Synagogue on Miami Beach
INSPIRING SERVICES CONDUCTED BY
RABBI DR. DAVID LEHRFIELD
PRAYERS CHANTED BY CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
WITH CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Completely air-conditioned
Make Your Reservations immediately
Call 538-2741, 538-2742
MIITON KAHN
President
ABE EISENSTEIK
Chairman of the Board
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
SIDNEY W. LANGER. President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Serving li "V Dnrte Count) for IS year*.
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: Norf Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior H"ih
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Religions Scnool Informat'on
Call 379-1757
*vwwwwwwww^v^^^^^^^^^^|^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^'^^AA^*/**r>*^v^*^^l'^^*
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
REV. RICHARD BROWDY, CANTOR
Conservafive
TEMPLE ZAMGRA
"THE FRIENDLIEST SYNAGOGUE IN TOWN"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
Pioudly announces that it is accepting applications for mem-
bership Hebrew School registration now open. Trans-
portation is available. Reservation foi High Holy Days
taken now. Daily Minyan morningr and evening? .
Adult classes for various courses Sisterhood, Men's
Club Boy Scouts Supervised Activities for all age
levels. For further details come in to the office at 44
I.mora Avenue, Coral Gables, or call 448-7132.
SELICHOS SERVICES MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th
PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR, STARTING AT 10 P.M.
EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
163rd St. & 11th Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi-Milton T. Hornstein, Preside. Hazzan Jacob J. Renzer, Cantor
Wax Rothenberg, Executive Director Mr. A.G. Gittelson, Education Director
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP STILL AVAILABLE
Nursery-Kindergarten Classes, Sunday School, Hebrew School still open
LIMITED OPENINGS IN EACH CLASS
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AUXILIARY SERVICES
CONDUCTED BT
JERRY EPSTEIN
(RABBINICAL STUDENT CF
THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY, N.Y.) and
CANTOK, MILTON LOVINGER, NY
SEATS AVAILABLE FOR NON MEMBERS IN THE
AUXILIARY SERVICES AT WOMETCO 163rd THEATRE
For Reservation Come into the Business Office
or Call 947-7528
IN MAIN SANCTUARY
CONDUCTED BY
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
AND
CANTOR JACOB J. RENZER
We wish our friends i members A the entire Jewish community a Nappy I Healthy New Year.
SEUCHOT PENITENTIAL SERVICE IN MAIN TEMPLE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,12:00 MIDNIGHT
Public Invited
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Page 8-B
+Je#ist ftcridian
Friday. August 22, 1969
IttA, ^ "King EvnrN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Evelyn (Mrs. Maurice) Esformes was born and brought
up, along with two older brothers, in Brooklyn (where The
Tree grew). She was eight years younger than they, and
ih.it was a little hard to take, but she was a fighter and
managed t> hold her own. Since
the time she was seven years old
she studied violin and piano, tak-
ing five lessons a week in each.
i Her mother firmly believed that
there should be something foi a
child to do between school time
and practice time!) In later years,
she just kept up with piano. In
high school she was So busy with
her music iessjns and performing
with the high school orchestra ind
the New ork All-City Orchestra
that she didn't have much time
for anyt Ling >lse She ma (ored in
nusic s New Y >::, State reachers' College, and got her
certification to teach music or i > school -but she
ta .. '
[rj( ;. ... .. m she had
met ; >11 >_ if) ; a m tual I tl m by
; to Vero 1 re he was in the |
du --. He still is tt In a li 'i 'nl way with
; -: that is a i i-y traveled
over i il i the s .1- ns hie i is lifferent, varying
,vii irietj Peking th b st. W: i i the expe
gained ui those buying trips E ilyn is n k\ rl in the
, i i >m i toes
["he oldest of their thra was born in
Broo.' stay in \' ;ro B ach
an {Leonard w is added to tl family aftei n ived t'>
Vila Business was tending to m in th
::..' I lucal ipporl
child e. Evelyn
joine P.T.A it en C1 I that she v
be -. ., ii sch i for
she feels wry si r ib iuI t- i f its I isk
. D F -
... sees that il
I i . i
- led b P.T A. Th
uture of v I tiild
P.T.A.
wil lainted with
. 'Amen, she's il As
. P.T.A. president. I agre itl her he ir I
... its I :' I She
9 r forward to the club j ir with < inticipa-
a i i trip3 with i'i Ir par-
ents :-' went searchi j for the iest pro ice. \: was
an etkic ition r them too the met ] >ple fr m all walks
of I ind saw the ways in which thay lived. Thej have
illy been bitten by t tra ing bug now, though. Lasl
year th visi! I Eu >pe for th tirsl I spending most
of the m II ': Nov l tryii I lecide where
to go next.
The Esfoi tried I teach I children al>out
!i:' and the ni I I u n spe. compassion and above all a
sense of honor ind tri They have always been
able to talk things tr md the rules and reg-
ulations i up in the siplii ed home are carefully
followed "Tl Is Evelyn smiled.
This inning young matron has many
hobfoie b sides traveling. She knits loads of sweaters and
dresses, plays tennis, swims i d Embroiders so many table-
- for gifts. She has a steady man
.iongg game once a week, and likes to entertain at home
with din: followed :ards Thej don't like to just sit
and talk all evening. (And I had begun to think afte- in-
terviewing all these otherwise-marvelous people for thia
column, that card playing was a lost art!)
A g>xi cook. Evelyn has loads of terrific vegetable
recipes, many of them quite unusual, since her husband is
a Sephardjc Jew. One of the dishes she serves on Friday
night with the traditional Sabbath dinner is always in de-
mand The hard boiled eggs are simmered for at least six
hours in their shells, a process which changes their color
and their taste.
Evelyn's days are crowded full, with her job as P.T.A.
president, t.> which she la dedicated, her hobbies, family
and friends. "What is the besl I ling In my life?" she
ech')'.i Having a marvelous husband and wonderful chil-
dren," was her immediate answer.

m*. ms
MRS. GLENN H. HRES10NE
Firestone-Bruuer
Eileen Brawer became the bridi
or Glenn Harris Firestone in 8 I .m
ceremonies al thi Diploma! Coun-
try <'lub Saturday. Aug. 16, with
Rabbi Jerrold Levy officiating, A
reception at the country club fol- j
lowed.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. David Brawer, 560
>."!: 179th Dr.. is a student al the
University of Miami. Her husband.
thi a -. of Mr. and Mrs B
r. estom ">38o >. Bay Rd at-
ti nd< d Ai '< i n L'i ivi rsity and
gradual d I'i L'niversi
Miami.
Hoim:' atti nrianl \< a
Steinb Ellci
Joyce Firestone sei
maids. Roj F i sti n si i-\ as
Ixst man: Jodm y Steinbpri
Alan Shi rman ushi red.
1-". Mowing a w ddi tri| lo Ne-
Cal i Mr. and Mi -
Fii i stone will b il h imi in S
Miami.
Friedman-Rieger
Tulsa Okla.. ....."' '' future
, th. former Dale Lyn
:;,.,, and Kenneth Harris Fried-
man, who exchanged their mar-
rlag, wi al I i Hill Plaza
Hotel oi n ay. Auk- 16. R ''''"
fficiaud al
Ihi'.- crn y wh rh was
. iptfa md dinner
hi i
Mrs J 11 '
I74th St.. th
hridi pn rti Bl from M ami N'or-
Uinii S ind the
... v hi : ie
red in Spot '
A wini r ol the Na-
: \\ r College De-
bat. H966 I ~' '
i i 19611. the
brid. will start working toward
her Masli "- i xl fall at
thi Univ. isi;. ol Tu'sa.
H< i husband, whosi i J< a'
i and Mr- n A. Fried-
, | -: Iuat< II
Miami Si nil i High S
and Ih. I'niv. rsity i I South ('aro-
.. .. ., rnior al the I'ni-
i i Tu's: Sch ml ol Law.
where h i l
I a| ,..... n,ii ib bi I. -
i. ol Cir-
ilon Pi
d ,'. Stal Dircctoi
final
II i (i. :' i I 11 i i
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Vicld Ruth C n an I Ezra
Sclkofl were married on Sunda
10, in R
The brid-' grad ia*.ed hi .'
from Barnard C it! H
. ..,. S01 -. ire So
; : an I Mrs Miriam -
r. e ducal -
sina'. Ho w i '
rev Vcad of G at"!
v student al i
en the Six-Day Wa
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Friday. August 22, 1B69
+Jewish fk>rkJian
Page 9-B
^Fjfides and L^i

Werner-K:ihn
MRS. CHARLtS PHILLIPS
rooms
Phillips-Fierberg
Jeri Pterberg and Charles Phil-
lips were united in marriage Sun-
day, Aur. 17. at the Diplomat
Country Club in a 6 p.m. ceremony i
perfouncd by Rabk.i Irving Lehr-j
man.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School and the University
of Wisconsin, th. bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solway
Ficrberg, 9416 Bay Dr. Surfside.
Her husband, a graduate of Lake
Forest Academy. Lake Forest, III.,
and the University is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Phillips ot Wisconsin.
The bi ide was att nded by Diane
Klempner, maid ol honor, and Mrs.
Robert l.< vy, Mrs. Micha< l Fisher
and Mrs. Michael Freundlich,
h: idesiraids.
Serving as best man was Gary
Rosens we ig; usIh is were Michael
Fisher, Don Phillips and Robert
Lepp.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in Milwaukee,
Wis.
Lorraine Berger To Marry Nov. SO
'' and Mrs. David Blitz of New
< ars, La., announce the engage-
i .:' their daughter, Lorraine
Berger. to Robert Alan Schatz-
man the son i Mr. and Mrs M >
Sc tman, 1.175 SW 18th St.
i bride-i i ct, who atti nded
I.- la Stat Univi rsit; Bal u
R ; a., i sent I > a ssociated
v. ; the De Paul Hospital in New
- Her fianci. wh< is now
it tending the University of Miami
Law Scho I, is a eraduati of thi
nivi :.;'. ian i and is list. ,i
:i "Who's Who .:i Ami rican I'ni-
versiti tnd C< eges." He is a
i ;" r of Zeta 1 I an frat< r-
nit. and iry.
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What kind of gifts d > men
; to buj foi women? Being
the curious type, I asked sev-
eral men what they thought
'' >vh n gift was neede 1.
Bachelor Samuel J. Barg said
a married man can buy some-
thing useful for the home or
something personal for his
woman. As a single man. he
finds it best to .stay with gifts
such as pcifume, jewelry, gloves
or a handbag. The type of gift
hi feels is appropriate depends
on the length of time he has
known the woman.
Jos. ph Milton said it is very
d icult to buy his wife a gift.
as sin has so many things. His
guideline is to buy something
shi doesn't need. He believes a
' njoys rec< iving a 1 ix-
gi t that she probably
never buy foi herself. This
type of gift is not easj to fit
. so I .- constantly lo
for some! ; unusual that he
believi rife would like to
receiv;.
Rl'-ha-d Schulman stressed the
practicality of the gifts he b lys
tor his wife. Carol He loesn'l
say "she has everything" but
mak-s it a point to ask
family and friends what they
think she needs or want3 H>?
refuses to biy something that
will be put away and forgotten
about. The ,-ift; he buys are
either personal Items or some-
thing for the house, never cloth-
ing. He feels that he ship
for ii : [ring the day; he
would ne\ :- know w it h
reallj ne \ hat is h mzing
in he closet Mr. 3 -
made it s r.t to nonti .. that
he rifts should n h
reserved for s[>ecial occasions,
such as birthdays and anniver-
saries, when they are expected.
It's the in-between items that
are more fun to buyflowers,
unusual pieces for the house
especially "conversation pieces"
t'lat fit into the decor. Even the
gifts he purchases for "the ctlyr
m in bis life," daughter
Robin Vickie, are practical -or
educational. ,
Jerry Rosen's first thought in
g h'.s v if a gift : how
'.'." is going to 1 >'V.< when she
5 the box! He does
: ii si ires where his Vivian
- kn iwn to the sales personnel,
and it I ?comes a joint efl
just the right thing."
:: st ofte i, his gifts are either
(ewelrj or clothing. Rings, pins
and necklaces are his preference
!; jewelry. Clothing is usually
I wi ir skirls blouses or
swi aters.
None of the men interviewed
ha I mentioned buying lingerie,
so I asked Jerry if he ever
ptht any. His answer was a
quick "No." When I demanded
t know why not. his answer
was that he likes to be surprised
when he sees it:
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fjenist MoridMann
Friday, August 22, 1963
56 Years For The
Maurice Kronishes
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kronish
stiii West Ave., Miami B ach,
n celebrate their 50th wedding
ii'iniversary \\itli a family reeep-
i )ii at the Algiers Hot I on Sun-
. y. Aug. 31.
Attending-the festivities of the
i uple who were marrii d in Lon-
n, came to the United States in
1 '27 and to Miami Beach two
ars ago, will be family members
. dm England, Nova Scotia, Ger-
any, Ni w Jersey, New York,
.' ichigan and California. Local
ernbers of the family group in-
i ude Mr. and .Mrs. Sydney D.
] ronish of North Miami Beach,
. At son ami daughter-in-law;
. andchildrcn Keith ami Sharon
. fOnish, and cousins Rabbi and
is. Lt vjii Kronish, Miami Beach
Before retiring to Florida. Mr.
] ronish. who served during World
'ar I with the British Army, was
t proprietor of a custom tailor-
u establishment on Madison Ave-
.' in New Yolk City.
Social Clubs Plan
Labor Day Affair
,\ gala Labor Day affair will he
held by the One Hundred Lincoln
Road Social Clubs in the club audi-
torium at 8 p.m. Monday. Sept. 1. I
The program of entertainment will
b, hi aded by Al Kader's orchestra.
Presidents Samuel Pascoe and '
Diana Schwartz will be assisted by
committees under the chairman- j
ship of Moe Reiffen and Marian j
Kiviat.
I
DR. HOWARD A. MAY
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the relocation of his office
to the
CHIROPRACTIC ARTS BUILDING
8303 BIRD ROAD
(Opposite Guaranty Bank)
Phone 226-1721
DR. HERBERT F. ROSS
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the relocation of his office
to the
CHIROPRACTIC ARTS BUILDING
8303 BIRD ROAD
(opposite Guaranty Bank)
Phone 221-8188
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Friday. August 22. 1969
fMnisti mhrScSiiciin
Paqe 11-9
JWV Ladies Ai Convention
Aviva Unit Sets Meeting
Mrs. Z*'lda Glass, president of
the Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veti rans of the U.S.A., Depart-
ment of Floiida, led a statewide
delegation to attend the 42nd an-
nual convention of the JWV and
l LtffMM Auxiliary.- in Efog An-
geles, Calif.
Mrs. Glass expressed "full con-
,. ... iiii Aviva c
Kern is a member ol Miami Beach women's Orga
Post Nn. 330's Ladies Auxiliary.
BB Lodges To
Distribute Flags
The South Florida Council of
I'.'nai B'rith I.odtjes will distribute
350 Aim i lean flags to new citizens
........ ,, .. .. *> ^'ii nean iimks to new eiti/ens
fidence that Mrs. Max Kern, who
has held the office of national at BarrV ('"ll^- Wednesday at
chaplain tliis past year, will bp[9:30a-m. [rving Matlin, chairman
elected to tin' office of national of community services for Florida
junior vice president at the con-1 State Lodges, will boon hand for
vent ion, which en-Is Sunday. Mrs. the distribution.
Mrs. Bar kin
haptc-r .it Mizrachi
nization will hold
its first fund-
raising affair of
the season be-
ginning at 1 p.m.
Monday in the
home of Mrs.
Abraham Bar-
kan, 330 SW
27'h IM.. under
the chairman-
ship of Mis.
Barkan. Mrs. j
Simon April is
president of the
group.
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available if desired.
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OF STATE ROAD 27.
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GOOD TERMS. CALL
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REALTOR
1135 N. Krome, Homestead
2470857,
247-8788
10 ACRES REDLANDS
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WEST SIDE ROBERTS ROAD
BETWEEN EPMORE and BAUER,
$3,300 PER ACRE.
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REALTORS, HOMESTEAD,
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International firm offering every phase of con-
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Please no phone calls.
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Worldwide Management Consulting Services
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YACHTSMEN
Prime ocean access lot on St.
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ocean inleV and yacht club
in General Development's
Port St. lucie, ready for
building in late '69. Present
owner musi change plan? as
business requires move to
Bahamas, SI 7,900 Mr. Kruse
a.1 625-0069.
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" COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION I
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I 235-2950 ;
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II
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Renting For Nov. '69
Natural unspoiled letting
bordering Grcynoldi Pork
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Cr* Open 1
r 2375 WE.
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Dishwasher -^
Appliances by ^BP' Pool and Rccrcotlon Bldg. *
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PHONE
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Over 700 feet oceanfront. Sewers
water ready to go 2i&
500 ACRES
can be zoned for a trailer park, golf course,
shopping center, apt. complex.
Call Milt Adler. Assoc.
GENE SNYDER & CO., REALTORS
947-3566 Miami 527-4682 Broward


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Friday. August 22. I
Temple Emanu-El Schools Announce Opening Date*
t .. -vi........:i Mrs Carole Poppe
Ji rick Barad,
lucattoi
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Sunday n either the
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Pi,:.; i Mrs. Mi P< rl-
Alic-e McArl Price,
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- Mrs. Meira Romer, Mrs.
. v ; ite Mrs R ith Abelow,
Mrs Barl ara B y Mi' '''
l. ino v.- h Lehrman
. and w H br< w
- h Mrs. Cyi thii Mrs
ssman, '" 'harlotti
STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967, we've
been featuring sfeak on our Smorfasbotd tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests have said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2.45? You f< ks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, e:pecial!y with the
way meat prices have gore up, climbing out o1 sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge rcast of
beef that's always on our dinner menu only $2.45 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!
*2
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SPICIAL PKICtS FOR CHILDRM
Wm wed Mr30 3 'M 1X3
14175 SOUTH DIXIE HWf 231-8852
Cocktails "^"^Baherr "Gift/frcst
LITCHFIELD
FARM HOUSE RESTAURANT
3525 N.W. 7th STREET
'For Meals Like Down on the Farm'
DINNERS from 1.25
OPEN 'TIL MIDNIGHT
Maxwell. Mrs. Ca Pf.M*
Marilyn ran. y. Mrs. Ada
Mrs. Gertrud Wei and
Miria
. Naomi Brat
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. Mrs. B tty Gt
Suntta
5c ol and nfirmation Depa'i
I Al! i. Mrs. R A
Zvi Adi r.
Mi I
Levin i ics; Rev. Nal i
Rosi Bar Mil i md S
j.-. rshko n isii a i I choir.
50
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HOUSZ
Prime jiV/o/'n ifeak ...
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Exciting!
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
100 DEER RUN 435-1311
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
for J G Ne v and DittVwit ir Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For Information Before Going To The Theatre
El Baiiitrc?
Spanish vmmmm restagmht lmm
2322 N.W. 7 ST.
PYOU WISH TO CALL
FOR MSHIVATIONS
642-9043
atstiMNur:
This FRI. AUG. 22nd thru SAT. 30th
JACK WOOD PROUDLY PRESENTS
LAUDERDALE'S GREATEST
JAZZ FESTIVAL
World's Finest Jazz Musicians
WILD BILL DAVIS0N
ACCLAIMED THE GREAT G0RNETIST OF 1969
Direct from Riverboat Cub Empire State Bldg., N.Y.C.
Recently returned from a triumphant tout of Europe
Z0OT SIMS
King of the Jazz Sax
STAB SAX OF 1969 HEW ORLEANS JAZZ FESTIVAL
Direct from Town & Country Club", Toronto
J? Jtndif (Bartlta \
Henry'
OPEN 24 HOURS
^ LARRY WUSOH
Q Gorintt & Sox
1 I l*t\l -AMI I M AN
Thi OMLY Chin*M-Amn OWN 24 HOURS (tBMpt Sun*,, 4. He < DELICIOUS FOOD
i DfUGHTFUL COCKTAILS
SOCIAL
LUNCHES
TTZI
28N S. FEDERAL NWT. 'U.S. V, FT. UHBERIALE
CALL 022-8844____________ TA44 8#T Wt6it
JOHN DENCLiR
Boss Sax Tuba
9:30
SHARP
Cal or, the Ho.-ns
BILLY HACEN
Piano Composer
MARCEL
Hoi )aiz Bos;
NO MINIMUM.
CODY SANDIFER W^
Drumi C/mbo/s ,5 I
RAY BROCKS
Hot Trombone
* RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED
_____________^FOR BEST SEATING fc"
SHARP
Open Pit Charcoal Complete Dinners
JACK WOOD'S
-iQOl E. Commercol Blvd. -Comer of Bayview, Ft. Loude.dole. Fla. 564-9300


rlioy. August 22, 1969
* Jewish Meridian!
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ROBBIE GOODM.
Saturd ;.'. An 2 I Rol hh
trs. Jerry C'ark, 5870 SW the son of Mr. and M B Good
will i) c ".' Bai ,: ah man, ':' 11 SW 92 d C*.. wi! -.
B th Tov Saturd ly, eon* Bar Mil ah I Tom]
th.- >reth Jacol M I
R1 R ckwny Jtini i" '. s ', :
ulays foot h th" T i
Park I .......id 1 ri
par i -. i |
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a i ti >n in Ih S il II i'I I
! .". ing tV> c !..... ;j\ ;
i! the Swr '< i }] :
their ho i S
1 vi i it." In honor of thi
v 1m i- thr grands i"
M -. ( h irle* G kwI i Wi s<
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and Mrs Selwyn Will RO." \ :
IM.. h on i B ir M i
!e M no
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i vvil! hono-M
with -i Kiddush lunehe
I in the Ti rrr>lc Me
i )T li s i I i [nil after the
: ps nd it .i n linn r
? itul:v eveniii] a'so in the So-
cial Hall.
Ben Essen Elected
To Fidelity Board
I etion o! Miami attorney
i and Carl F. Slade, pres-
ii ol Carl F. Slade Funeral
: c, '"; din eti ra i I Fide lity
ank has ix't n announced
Rol .t All Jos, honorary chair-
thi board.
a attended City
of the ( ny of Ni w York.
n th N. w York Univi r itj Scho >l of
admitted to the bars of
Mew York and Massa-
ehusitts, and nas been practicing
e\v in I Miami an a since 1944.
ill wife. \. / who is the
iTfsidenl ol Keystone Mortgage
Co.. haw a son. Richard, with
.vhom hi is associ iti tice of law. under the name of
1 i and 1 Is -i n.
Aeti\ i n any civic organiza-
Mr. 1 s aisj a rved as
: sid nt of the YM -YWHA ol
i 1' ;h 3c i w'.' he
ith "has
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i Rer lion 'en* .
Irtush I '' ion
>*ices will i by
ml's parent -
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the son of Mr ind M
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CCARI. GABU5
S*. KINDERGARTEN
.'. KINDERGARTEN NUKWtf
CALL 448-7521
FALL REGISTRATION NOW
LIMITED ENROLLMENT
MIAMI
AEROSPACE ACADEMY
Enrollment open. Fall term begins
Sen 8 Supervised study. Small
classes. Reading enrichment and
re.T.osial mathematics. All sports,
grades 1-12. Member of Civil Air
Patrol. For information write or
Call: Miami Aerospace Academy,
931 S.W. 1st St., Miami, Florida
33130. Telephone 3791983.
KOV MORRIS
Roy. the sn of Mr. a"d Mrs
lack Morris, will observe his Bar the fmmaculal
Mltzvah at Temple Or Olom Sat- .>!i.' Church,
urday morning, Aug -'.'
Hoy is an eighth grade student
t West Miami Junior H: -h
.School, whore he plays tromlionc
In the school band.
The Or-e; Shabtol following the
Friday ni^ht services as well as
the Kid.iush following the services
on Saturday will be hosted by
Roy's parents in his honor.
Israel Weinraub, the celebrant's
grandfather will be among the rel-1
ath'es attending thi- festivities.
EV4 ESiEN
':' li Ju-
i ipful
. ..." der his

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mi Jr wish F
n .
is
ved 1 I
. '. ati f St. Patrick
; h i. Warn!
incinni V1 uar j
e, h served with t!'. r.S
Arm. Amphibious Engineer Coi -
rid V 'ar II, and is a mi mbi i
i isabli d War V< ti rans and
various civic organizations in the
i i iali. h-Miami an a. He has also
-i(:\(ii on ti)'' advisory board of
Conception Cath-
The GALT for a
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448-1247
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Nursery Kindergarten Grades 16
Certified Teachers SMall Classes
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a
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FAIL TERM OPENS
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Fc-jndtd 1951
Prs School Grides 1-12 College Preparatory
ANNOUNCES CONSTRUCTION OF A
CONTEMPORARY NEW JR. & SR.
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
Superior indVntnd'eiit education including Small
Classes, Reading Clinic, MONTESSOR1
& Traditional Pre-sehool, Senior
G*mnasium, Guidance Service, 2 Science Labs
Library, Cafeteria.
14 School Buses Covering Dado County
311 SEVIUA AVE.. CORAL GABLES HI 4-4662
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793 N.E t A.fnu
Pfecse 754-474J
'Mill ii*gi-cia*J< MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
R R.O.T.C. SCHOOL FULLY ACCREDITED
FALL im OPENS SEPT. 15th
Cc ;re rVcpa/jlory
ilto Cenera! Count
I idti E Ibrouck M jni
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10601 BISCAYNE 8LVD., MIAMI. FLA. 33138
PHONE 758-7648
G. MILENOFF SCHOOL OF BALLET
400 Sq. Feet of Mirrors 1600 sq. (set of wooden floor
BALLET TOE CHARACTER ADAGIO
CHILDREN ADULTS INTERM ADVANCED
ENROLLMENT AUG. 21 THRU 30,10 AJn.-6 P.M.
C'ossej Conducted Persona/// by G. Milenoft
Scholarships for Boys and Girls Available
CLASSES START SEPT. 2
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Contact DR. SAM SQLLENBERGER
Arete if W:aml, 94th and Sunset Drive
Micmi. Phone 448-3766


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Friday. August 22, 1969
Mt. Sinai Honors
Its Candy stripers
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
. II hold a parly in honor of their
indystripers from 1 t" 3 p.m. on
Thursday in the Lovvenstein nurs-
- residence.
,\ total "i 75 young ladies have
. ,-lii-i: -.! .1 in lln' program. Mrs.
' arli s Gettleman and Mrs. San-
l.rd Ri thnian supervised the Jun-
i r Aid< < and Mrs. Dorothy Fit Ish-
assisted by Mrs. Samuel Wies-
- n is chairman >.l all the Candy-
pi ipers
I'll, party will conclude with the
esentation of awards for hours
m d r i 11 < l the showing of the film,
lori/ons Unlimited."
Mrs. James H. Ruby is vice pres-
nt >>! in-patient services; Mrs.
'. urray Kith is president of the
xiliai >
Women's Guild Sets
'Arts' Luncheon
The first "Symphony of the
. is" luncheon sponsored by the
Women's Guild of the Greater
Miami Philharmonic is sot for the
Starlight Roof of the Dora! Hotel,
.ami Beach, on Oct. 24.
Mrs. David Rosenblum is lunch-
. chairman and members of her
f mmittec include Mrs. Donald C.
Day, Mis. Maurice Feire. Mrs. Ar-
thur Horowitz, Mrs. John Ross,
Mrs. Juan Serralles and Mrs. Wil-
liam Sottile. Guild president is
s. H. A. Ross.
lews have lived in Columbus,
tfte capital of Ohio, since 1888.
lis first cnni-rejratioii was K'luii
N-shurin. now known as Temple
Israel, which was founded in
x.Vi h\ iiu-it pity's Reform .lews,
there are approximately 10,090
i ws in Columbus. (it \ i
BRAKES
$12.95 Chevys, Ply.
mouths. Fords. No
gimmicks. Free instal-
lation. Other cars
equally low priced.
Custom lining
30,000 mile guaran-
tee.
ATLAS BRAKE I MUFFLER
5190 N.W. 27ffc kit. W4-544I
Alvin Burner of 12845 S.W. 69th
Court, is shown with his daugh-
ters Melody and Helene just
prior to a Nassau cruis?. Al-
though the ship was their float-
ing hotel for the trip, there was
time to shop, sightsee and take
in the Bahamian night life in
Nassau.
Installation Luncheon
Set By Hatikvah Unit
Mrs. Hyman Kolko, president of
Hatikvah chapter of Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America,
announces the annual installation
of the chapter's officers will take
place at n luncheon in the home
oi Mrs. Louis Gcllcr. 520 46th St..
[Miami Beach, Thursday. Sept. 4.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator
ol the Florida Council, will be the
installing officer; Rabbi Jonah
(apian, spiritual leader of Sky
I Lake Synagogue, will be the guest
speaker.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\OTICK IS HRRR1IY CIVKN that.
lit,- undersign. .1. duslliliK lo .-ijl.
In business under iIh fictitious, in
..i Hol'SK OK CI'STO.M ("A MIX UTS I
:il 1742 N.R ItiSrd St., North Mlumi
I leach, Klorldn inn ml lo regisli r
it name \\ hli llii Clei k of Ihe Clr-
II!' ".nil of I ttlllf < '"lim* Klorldn
HRItMAN SCtlltRIHRK mid
k:\i\i; strinrrri I
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fur Applicants
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B ,, '-, ;ir S '. -" Island
Ave M B Newman Interim nt Ml.
VVR1SSMAX, Hyman. 64, 1333 Pcii-
nsvlvn.iia Ave.. M B RlMbMra.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12774
NOTICE OF ACTION
MIXNIK I i:i: HAMILTON,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.-n.-l-: IS HRRKRY 15IVKN It ...
the undersigned, .1, sii-iiis" lo -in. ,. .
business un.i.. ihe fictitious name !
PAHK ItKXAI.L PHARMACY at viv,
S.W, sili Street, Miami. Kini 111;
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County, Florida
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Ml': River-ldt' ''' WWll"! *"!& 5E..JS' "
SHELINS. Sarah, BS,
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BIESHUNS. Joseph, ' ''- rrn.....
We., Surfslde, N. w man
BIRDSONC. Myrtle R., '' 13 Collins
i 'i M B Rlvi i.-i'l'
Fiedler, in Michael, r.fi, 19.10 S
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Mr. Slnal.
FOGEL. Julia. >. ::"" |ta.wk- IV.,
N.M.n Kivi i siite
COLO. William. RO, .424 Ryron Avi
M.H. Riverside.
COODSTEIN, l.na. 1.1, SS.11 S W
l.'.'.'i"' Si. i-viii.ui
GREENBERG Klorenee. 05, 1200 Weft
Ave M P. Riverside.
LAKOVICH, Haw.I N SSfl Pennsyl-
vania Ave M B Rli en idi Inter-
nvanl ML Sfebo.
SMEFSKV, .1... "Iv Ii.'.s .l.ri'. I-..H Ave.,
M.B. Riverside. Interment l.ak. -
si.I.
Washfinilon. ma tided III Ihe Clmnlalnl
VVITNKS8 mj hand and U" .'al
i iiii- Court i Antii-i 19th, 1901'
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|!y: C P c IPKI vXU
\- I i'iny Clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84452
I i Ki: Ivslatl of
IIAXN \11 NIXON,
[ie,-eaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditor* and All I'.i......
Havina Claims ..r Demands
Auair-' Said l-Slal.
You are hereby notified and required
lo present anj rlalms and di mauds
which you in .1 have aitalnsl the estate
KESSLER. Rather, S2. Blaslierff. In- of haxNAII NIXON, deeeaaed late of
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same In duplleale and in pn vidi .1 In
Section T:::: 10. Klorldn Statutes, In
Ih, a i flees in the Cotintj fourthousi
FOSTER, Nellie, 80. 77.1 N \V 13th |n |>,|,. County, Plorida, within six
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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the undersiRlii'd, ilislrlnu lo ,-i,i .
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64.137GS
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
"I.KVRI AND URID,
t'lali
i-alendar m.....hs from th. time of Hi
lir-i |.ui.la.in..ii hereof, nr the same
will i i, rn il
l>,t,,l al Miami. Plorida, this 24lh
ilny of .lul) i D i'"'''
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERN
No 69-1356
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
V'RUXON \i\\ ('All.WVAl
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ii'.
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Klorldn
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RM1LIO CORR VI r.s
s SS-2* : 3-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.'I'KI-: IS HKRBIIY OIVKN that
Ihe ui d.-rslirned. desiring to enKUgi In
hqslnew. under the luiiiimi- nami
MATKRNITY M4U>KM and MATER
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County. Plorida
JAM KM KASHNKR
HKNRY KA88NKR
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Sol Dude I", ii. ial Buildinn
Miami. Florida
Vtionn for Owner.-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNDER
FICT'TiOU". NAVE LAW
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Mtam Kloi
Vltoi ej Plaintiff

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I letendiinl
Tl i RVRIA V ItRID
I".; North Broadway
It.iliiiiK.rc, Mai .
You, K\ K.l.YN ItRID, r.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84696
Ii i:i: i: .... .,r
'el. I.) SAMI RI, CJITLBN
I ii...I a BUI of Complaint fm I..,..,.....
Divorce lia> lieni filed niralnsl you, NOTICE TO CREOITORS
and you ar. required i,
CASE NO. 69-VS
NOTICE OF ACTION
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Viu.ii. > for Plaintiff
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as li. imlj I'l.il.
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riday, August 22, 1969
fJcwist) FhridliirJiin
Page 15-5
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84319
in RE Estate "f
\ \ i:\Li N. BlilKKIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l\. All Creditors and All Parsons Ilav-
m Claims or Demands Against Bald
\*<>u are hereby notlflad nnd requir-
ii m present any claims and demands
Hiich > ou maj have against the s-
tn of BARNEY N. sl.IFKIN de-
based late of Dade County, Florida,
[ii ihe Cottnty JudueH of I>aic County,
lini flic the same in duplicate ami
. provided in Becllo-n 72S.lt, Florida
latutcs. in their offices in the County
InUTthoUM in I >ade County, Florida,
jiiliin six calendar months from the
;ii of th.- first publication hereof, or
same will be barred,
lulled at Miami, Florida, this 11th
of August, A.li 1SS9
ETTA U Sl.IFKIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
l.'ilh "lay of August, 1968.
WARD IL HIHSCH
bomey tor Executrix
|l R-lncgyne Boulevard,
ml, Florida
s 15-23-211 o :.
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 84656
IE: Batata of
)l;nTHV K. KINK.
cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\'i Creditors and AM Persons Hav-
Chums or Demand* Against Said
|:r.e:
nu are hereby notified ami requir-
o present any claims and demands
ill you may have against the es>
of DOROTHY K. FINK, deceased
of Dado County. Florida, to the
July Judges of Dade County, ami
I he same in duplicate and as
.'lii-il in Section 783.16, Florida
Inns .in 111. ir offices in the County
Irthouse in Had.- County, Florida,
-i\ calendar months from the
f the first publication hereof,
llo s.im.- win I... barri d.
tiled ai Miami. Florida, this 11 Hi
if August, a n 1969.
RICHARD K. FINK
As Executor
li-si publication of this not!......i
[Loll il.iy of August. 1969
lie and svna
. ys for Bxi cutor
In) iic Building
8 I'. 22-29 -,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12910
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OEORGE DAT BIBLE,
Plaintiff
vs.
:BARBARA ARNETTH
i WALTERS BIBLE,
I lefendant.
Til: BARBARA ARNETTE
WALTERS BIBLE,
IC84 w.st 4Mh Btrei t
Norfolk:, Virginia
You. BARBARA ARNETTE \\"ALT-
ERS BIBLE, an- hereby notified that
a Mill of Complain! for Divorce has
been Hied against >ou, and you are
required to serve a copy ,,f your
Answer or Pleading to Hi. Mill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs nttorney,
LEWIS ami RENO, Attention Janet
I:, no. ?19 City National Bank Building,
i Miami. Florida 33130, anil file Ihe
j original Answer or Pleading in the
| office of the Clerk of the Circuit
court on or before the tsth daj of
Soptomber, 1969. If you full to do so,
Judgment by default "ill be taken
ngamst you for the relief demanded
| in the Mill of Complaint
This notlci shall be published onee
each week f...- four consecutive weeks
in THE. JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tlii- Iih ilav of Aucu.-t A.I).
1960.
E. It. l.EATHERMAV. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: V. A. HBWETT
Deputy Clark
(Circuit Court Seal)
LEWIS AND RENO
Attention Janet Ri no
719 Clt> National Hank Building
Miami. Florida 33130
i Attorneys for Plaintiff
H R-15-J2-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 84709-C
in RE: Bstate of
ANTHONY -\. FLORENTINE,
I ceased-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"I".. All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
I) -tale:
You ar. hereby notified and re-
HUlre.l to present any claims ami de-
ma ids which you may have Rgainst
the estate of ANTHONY A. FLOREN-
TINE deceased lati of Essex County,
N'.w Jersey, to the County Judges of
I Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
33.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in ,the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six
call ndar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will ho harred.
Hat.il nt Miami, Florida, this 18til
day of August. A.D. 1969.
VEI.MA LORRAINE FLORENTINE
As Ancillary Administratrix, C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
tin- 22nd day of August. 1969
MYERS, KAI'LAX. PORTER,
I.EVINSON a KEN IN
Attorneys, for
Ancillary Administratrix CTA
1130 8.W. 1st Street, Miami
B 22-28 9/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
lAOE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13189
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ERIE LYNN LAN';,
i tiff,
vs.
IVBN S. LANG,
i nilaut
ISTEVEN 8. LANG,
| ,.M SI Johns Place
| Brooklyn, N \\ York
i. STEVEN S. LANG, are here-
btlfled that a Bill of Complaint
plvorce has been filed against
ami you are required to serve
Bpj of your Answer or Pleading to
BUI of Complaint on Hi. plain-
attorney, GEORGE GILBERT.
229, One Lmcin Road Bldg,
_bii Beach, Florida 33139 and file
the original Answer or IMea.ling in
the ,. ,,f H,,. i |. u ..f the Cir-
cuit i .in on or l.efore the |2th day
of S. i i.ml,, r. i!n::i If you fall In do
^uilgment by default will be taken
In.-1 you for the relief demanded
|llc Complaint.
ii- noth shall be published onci
for four i "us. cum .. weeks
[HE JEWISH Fl.< IKIDIAN
p.NE AND ORDERED .it M I
li. thii 7iL day of August A D.
15 II l.K VTHBRMAN, Clerk
i uit i "out i. I mile i 'ounl \. Fli rlda
Bj R i:. SHEA
I "eputy i 'lerk
k'Uit i '. Ill 1 Seal i
IRi IE Gil BERT ESQ.
k -'29 dm- I ': -... I Bldg.
tin Bench, F
Plnlmiff
iNu 1312
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring in enaaei
in business under tin- fictitious name
or THE OBELISK nt 130 N.B. 40th
SI i-ci, m ;. ml, Florida Inti nils to
register said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida
OBELISK 1NTERH IRS, INC.
:. Florida corporal Ion
By: S VLLY l< \TZ. Pn-sidi til
Attest: GEORGE K I' M' VMS
> '-. iar> -Treasurer
M ATTHBWS, MAM '1 \ A
ft LiPSKY
Attorneys for
IHELISK INTBRIl IRS, INC.
a Florida corporation
v l.-|-22-2i "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- in- IIBBY GIVEN that
11,11 desiring t.....
ess under thi fli titious nami i f
F. ELECTRONICS, INC nt
\" \V Second 'venue, Miami
Ua int. mis to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
i unt; Florida.
[. e. I- ELECTItt INICS, INC
PBi;i: I" L Hi iDGE, President
B 8 15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned, desh na In engage
ii huslm bs in di r the flctit inu i i
. f CRE VTK INS BY IM'SHl '.''' I
141.1 joth Street, Miami Bea. h, Fli rlda,
mi.-mis in register said mime with
tin i "lerk of ii.- i 'in uil ui t of 1'. :
County, Florliln.
STY1 E \\ ISB CREATIONS INC.
By: MICHAEL I. STAH-L
Prtsidenl
0B< >i;i : l-: GILBERT
Ailornej for i l\t ner
i ] l.tncoln t:":ol Ilulldlng
Miami Beach, Florida I
8 15-22-29 "'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
No. 83723
: In RE: Estate
HARRY li LEl'CHTAG
Dei easel
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PBRSI INS I TERES1 !""
IN THE BSTATE OF SAID I .
DENT
Vou nr. \ notll I II I
ivritt. puri
the last will i : !
deeeil. lit I Leel .....
You
n ma -i.!. .i w lihln l'. i :' ndar
late of tin
I ubli llo h notici ppi
d Coin us.
you can. why th
I to p lltltl
. i
in: mice on
lh .1 iy ol \il U>t, I! '
JOHN H IM.V \"l". iN
i mil > Judge
] MELBA C DICK
Cli rk
MYERS, KAPI AN. PORTER,
1 I BY INS) >N ,v BENIN
Bj EDWIN M GINSBCRG
Alton j
i 115)1 S.W. First Street
! Miami, Florida
3T1-9U4I
R S-13-22
1C
Ml
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l-'lo
wltt
NOTICE UNDER
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ficE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
idersifcni .1. desiring to engage In
Ira under the fictitious name of
ION H PERRY, M ii. at 1340
lltith St Miami. Florida 33167
to register said name with the
of th. Circuit Court of Dude
Florida.
HTON It PERRY, M.D.. P.A
JBR and ROSKIN PA.
leys for Applicant
i ayne Blvd.
Florida 33132
8/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
rICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HBREBY GIVEN that
lesigni 'i. desiring to engage In
s Under the fictitious name
il' X FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY
N. Federal Highway. Hallan-
pi"i Ida and or suit.- :'::!. < Ine
Road Building, Miami Beach,
Intends to register said name
le Clerk of the Circuit Court
B County. Florliln.
RICK .1 l.olJTEZ
CTH N. RcKANT
for
I-ORTEZ
Din Road Bldg.
each, Florida 33139
8/22-29 9/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 80329B
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM M. SMITH,
11, ceased
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO all persons having claim against
the above .state as beneficiaries, leg.
ai.-es. distributees or heirs of William
\l smith. Deceased, If there be, and
all persons claiming by, through and
under them, if any, and all other i" r-
sons concern) a \
You an- hereby notified thnl a peti-
tion has been filed In said Court pray-
ing for determination of l.....flclarlea
and you arc hereby required to file
your written defenses thereto within
thirty days after the first publication
or iH.stiiiK hereof, anil serve a copy
thereof upon petitioner's attorney,
whose name and address are: Pallot,
Poppell, Horwleh Goodman, Ronald
A. Shapn, 1504 Dupont Bldg., Miami.
Florida, if you fail lo may I"- entered In due course upon
the petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
sai.i Court at Dade county, Florida,
this 24 day of July. 1969
FRANK B. DOW" UNO
i 'ounty Judge
(C. J. Seal)
Ily: LOIS F. PASTOR FIELD
Clerk
8/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84430
In RE: Bstate of
I-AWIU5NCE T. BERIJNER,
a I; a Uiwrenc, Taylor Berliner,
I.. T. Berliner, Lawrence Berliner
an.I l-arry Berliner,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands
Against Said Bstate:
Tou are her. by notified anil required
I to present any claims and demands
which you ma;- have against the ...
tai. ,,r LAWRENCE T. BERLINER,
a I- a Lawr.nc. Taylor Berliner, LT.
Bi rlliter. Lawn nee Berliner and 1 .arry
!: I'liner, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ly, Florida, lo the County Judges of
Dude County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in th. ir of-
fl in the County Courthouse In
i'. County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from Ihe time of ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
n ill >" i..'i n d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th
of July. A 1. 1969.
First publication of Ihls notice on
th) 1-t day of August, I'"'.'.'
M. .1 W BERLINER
As Executor
HBNRY NORTON,
\ iornc> for Bxecutor
Mill Rlseaync Building
Miami Florida 3313U
S '1-8-13-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 81563
In RE: Estate of
BERNARD II PRIEDLANDBR,
.....;i"l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors i nil All Persona
Having Claims ..r Demands
Agallisl Saul Estate:
You are hen by notified and required
present any claims and demands
i-h you may have against i'i. i-stnti
IIBRNARD II. PRIEDLANDBR,
deceased late of Dade i ounty, Florida,
t" the County .Indues of Dade County.
mill file Ihe same in duplicate and as
provided In Sectio i Florida
ill iL.ii offi. es In : he Couii-
i i.u Ihou in I Inde ) 'oui I y, Flor-
liln, within siv calendar li.....ills fri m
In ill-- of Ihe fli l publication hi r> -
thi in. n I"- harred
: ed .'i Ml mil, Florliln, this 29 dny
l [ Julv, A 1> I
JACK I. PRIED1 \NDER
\ Bxi u
ill i "'..:
SIM) iN, II vvs .. GUI NDWERG
utor
El
1-* 13-22
IN '"i: CO'.jNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84517
'"
" VPFEL EPSTEIN

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ I '.editors and All Persona
II:, \ Is IS or I 1.man.Is
L Salil Estate:
\ i u tire I" n bj it nlfli d and requ 11 I
to prei put mi) i liiimr ii ml
h you in, | have against thi > --!:> le
of LlLl.li: Al'FBL EPSTEIN, lie-
,.,- i late "f Dade County, Florida,
. i 'ount.1 -l n rs_. ~ of i inde i 'ounty,
and file the sumi In duplicate and as
pro' Ided In Si etlon 7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in llieir offices in the Coun-
ly Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, ivlthin six calendar months from
ihe tin.....f ihe firsi publication here-
of, or the same ill be bam d,
Haled at Miami, Florida, this 80th
day of July. A.D. 1969.
Firsi publication of this notice on
the 1st day of August, 1969,
DOROTHY' KAS
As Executrix
KURT WBLI.ISCII
Attorney for Dorothy Kas. executrix
Of the estate Of
Lillie Apfel-Epstein, deceased
1*7 Almerla Avenue.
Coral Gables, Florida
S l-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-11232
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KATHRYN MA I: KM AN.
Plaintiff
IUA MARK.MAN,
Defendant
TO; IRA MARKMAN
11 TO Ocean Parkway, Apt 11 -C
Brooklyn, New York
You, IRA MARKMAN, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
! Divorce has I,e,n filed against you,
ami you are required to serve a copy
i u;,y'"ir .A"v"'r '< Pleading t.. the
. Hill ol i omplalnl on the Plaintiff's
[attorney', IRWIN il. CHRISTIE, 28
West |. lacier Street, suite 804, Miami, i
.Honda a,i (||e the original Answer
oi- Pleading in th.- office of the Clerk
of th- Circuit Court on or before the
uiMh day of August, I0ii!>. If jou fail
to do so, judgment by default'will be
taken ngalnat you for the relief do-
mamled In the I'.ill of Complaint.
This notice shall l. puhlishcd once
each w.ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
l-'i!,','^'' m V" ,l!,,KI;l':" Miami,
I-lo.nla. tins 28lh .lay of July A.D.
. E. B. l.KATHBILMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Had. County, Florida
By: MAItaiTBRITE KENT
.. Deputy Clerk
)) Ircuil i ourt Scab
IKWIN G. CHRISTIE!
28 West Plagler Street
Suite s.it
Miami, Florida 3:nco
Attorney for Plaintiff
_____ 8/1-8-15-22
I
c
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II
the undersigned, desiring lo ens
in business under the fictitious nai
of MICHAEL S MATSON, I>.l>
I'.A. at <<' !:. 25th Street, Hiali
Florida intends i" register said uai
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coi
of Dade County, Florida.
MICHAELS. MATSON, D.D.&
Professional Association
SPARBER and ROSKIN p a.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
s 1-8-15-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl it
the undersigned, desiring to enga
in business under ihe fictitious nao
of l\ VTLLARENA MEAT AN
PORK WHOLESALE at T.'7 N.".
30th Street. Miami. Florida Intel
to register said name with the Cli
of Hi. circuit Court of Dade Coui
Florida.
A. LEIVA
A. GARCIA
S.[-8-15-2
ri/.TNOT,CE UNDER
v,,."CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ... engage In
DR%PV,JVid.V.rDth.S t"W"W o"
\ ,,.!'- ',". A BE18ER at 8960
North Kendall Drive, Miami. Florida.
, ,.s toreglsur sa.....ame i,|, the
Slunty? Florida ''"'"'' "'' "'"''
DH SEYMOER v.. BEI8ER PA.
By: Seymour V. Reiser
FROMBERG. PROM BERG
v L'I'll I. P. A.
Attorneys for
DR SEYMOI'R /,. BEISER, P A
_ 8/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TH. ..MAS FREDERICK WILLIAMS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAROL I.VXN WILLIAMS,
Defend:,ill.
TO: CAROL LYNN WILLIAMS
ass Indian Trail
Aun ra, Illinois
You. CAROL LYNN WILLIAMS,
are hereby notified that a Kill of
Complaint foi invoice has been filed]
llgainsl you, and you ale required i"
-< rve .' cop? of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ROY H. BROOKS,
JR., Kelly, Brooks ,>;- Ropes, -Ms Alca-
zar Avenue, c.ral Gables, Florida i
3:1134, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the offl.....f the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 5th
daj of September, IJiilfl If you fall to
do --... fudgmenl by default will be
i." > ngal i you for the relief de-
man. I. .1 in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each v e.k fur four ronsecutlve w. i.
in THE JEWISH PI.I HtlDIAX.
I INE \ND > '-I "BRED nl Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of July, A.D.
1969
12 ',: 1.1" VTHERM VN, Clerk,
uit ('"in i. I ..! i 'ount}. Florida
Uj .1 SMITH,
Deputy Clerk
(C ,: I '.'lli I Siil I
HOY II ItH) >"K.-\ .IR.
Ki |lj la i nks & Ropes
21H A Av<
iul
1
- I -S 22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE H UBBY GIVEN thai
the n c in
business uml. r tl tlol iinnies of
VL1 VN K MICHAEI.SON, M D and
VL1 IN K MICH IEI SON M.D.. PA
nt 2430 < IVn; Im ml, Fli I
I, i) i.i aid i m. -
thi t'l.....' the i "In uil < "ourl of '
I lade i 'ounl > Plot In
AI AN K MICIIAEI -"' IN, Ml' PA
SIMON. II \l- & GRI M''\ ERG
301 Mnsle) lluild llg
Miami. Florida
-:"... 19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage hi
buslnes! under the fictitious names of
ERNEST II. BARNETT, M D. and
ERNEST H BARNETT, Ml'. P.A.
at I-'-'" Ponci tie L.on Boulevard,
Coral Gables, Florida Intends to regist-
er said mines with the Clerk of the
I Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida.
ERNEST K BARNETT, M D., P A
; SIMON. HAYS \- GRI'NDWERQ
Attorn, ys for Applicant
:im Alnsley llulldlng
Miami. Florida 33113
B 8-15-22-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring to enga
in business under the flctltloUN nai
of CORNELL AND LANZA, P.A.
number 1201 Blickell Avenue, in 1
City of Miami. Florida 33181 int.
to register said name with the Cl. i
of Ihe Circuit Curl of Dad.- Couir
Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Ji ,
day of July. 1969.
ERR) IL s C< IRNEIX
GEORGE V. LANZA
KTI.'T WELI.ISCH
i:? Alni.ria Avenue
i 'oral i Lil.l. b, Florida
______________8/1-8-15-2;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12416
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEOROINA BORRON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CEIJ3STINO BORRON",
I i.-f. ndant.
TO: CBLESTINO BORR) N
La Cabana, No. 1414
i Inlera 31, Apart..do sn93
Ha buna Del Este
Havana, ) *uba
You, CBLESTINO BORRON, p
in i' bj noiiii. .i that a i 'omplalnl l
Divorce has been filed against >
and you are required to serve a co
of j "iir Ansv er or Pleading to I
Hill of Complaint on th. Plaintil
attorney, ALAN B. BRODY, i:*'
Suite 1103, Blscayne Building, Mini
Florida and file the original Ansv
"i Pleading in the office ..: thu Cli
i tin Circuit Court on or before I
"ah das of September, 1909. If >
fall to do so. judgment hy defiu
i\i!l lie taken against you for the r
ii. f .i. manded In thi Complaint.
This notice shall he published "i
each week for four consecutive wei
in THE JEW IS1I PIjORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at VIlui
Flotilla, this 25th day of July -\
!,",:.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'Ir. uil 'in i. I lade ) 'ounl i. Florid
Bj : c I. ALEXANDER
I). puty Cli rk
(Clrcull 'ourl Seal)
\l..\\ It BR) IDY
11ii.i I iii a) in Building;
Miami. Florida 33130
\: lorn, ys for Plaintiff
Teh pliom 1-0575
v 1-8.15-2:
:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N) ITICE IS IIEREBY '".l\ EN II "
Ihe u ':..!. siring I
hushics* under the flctltioui name
IOP.1 VN K. DAVIS, Ml'. : I
N'.W. I I Stn t, Miami, Plot Ida, a'
at i I'm v.l strei Korth Miai
Reach, Florida, Intends t< reg sler s.
name w th Ihe Clerk of thi I
ui ol l '."!' i 'ountj Plnrld i,
I \ IS & RASKIN,
Pn ifesslona I Assoi i
1 :\ .Ionian K I' vis
PR) IMBERG
& III ITI f, P A. I
\i lorn, ys for
DA\ IS II VSKIN,
.,' i. latlon
- -
"in the county judges cour~
IN AND for dade county,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C

SIBGELMAN,
I ,. .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DI STRI BUT 10
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i .th 'is is hereby given thai
filed in Final Repot i and Pi
lion f"i Distribution and final Di -
charge a Executor of the estate
EL1AS SIBGELMAN, deceased: a
thai on ilo 3rd day of Septeml,.
19V9 al 9:30 A.M. will apply to tl
Hononihli County Judges of Dai
c......ly, Florida, for approval "f sa
Final li. port and for distribution at
final discharge as Executor' of 11
estati "i the above named decedei
Tins 29th day of July. 1969.
- ii arry lii'.a. Executor
TALIANOPFA WALI.BR
Attorney
420 I.i......In R":ol
.Miami I!, a, h. l'lorida
I 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undesigned, desiring to i igngi In
business under thi fictitious names M. M1RRAY SCHBCHTER, M 1).: M
^'."': KA ^ SCHBCHTER, M.D. P.A.
on Coral Way, Miami, Florida
33145 intends to register said names
with the clerk of the .Circuit Courl
..f I inde County, Florliln,
M MIRK \1 SCHBCHTER,
Ml i F A.C.P .
PKOPE88I) INAL ASS) ICIATI) N
SPARBER AND ROSKTN I' \
Attorm ys for Applicant
100 Blscai no Blvd.
Miami. Florida 331.12
s 22-29 :.-!2

Announcement .
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