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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 29, 1969

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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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 29, 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
System ID:
AA00010090:02117

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Full Text
' "Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY

Number 35
Miami. Florida Friday, Auqust 2S, 1S63
Two Sections Price 20c
5 Alleged Israel-US Spies Executed
WASHINGTON (JTA> Sec-
William I'. Rog-
for an end to the m iss
of Iraqi citizens for
pying for the United
: Isr lei. Mr. Rogers
.....utions at dawn
ol 15 Iraqis, including
isl u s and two Jews. In
B : lad. According to the I
i iii. six of tlic condemned were
military men and were shot ;
firing squad. The nine others
were hanged in the central pri-
son. All had been accused n<
espionage agents fcr Israel and
the U.S. Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA). Baghdad radio
-
ing merely thai the aoc .- I had
>' >n convicted.
Mr. Roger's stat I
1 j State DeDarl I sp
Robert J. McCloskey, said "the
cum nt blood bath in Iraq ..
matter of serious nc r
pli evi rywh i "' I -
J WV Denounces Black
Panther Extremists
1 OS ANGELES 'JTA' Na-
; Commander Charles Feu-
n of the Jewish War Vet-
. of the i .s.A.. called for
-. ; ce Department action
th Black i anther Ne-
il : mist group as the vet-
iar.s oi gani, ation opened its
. .. ial national convi ntion.
rernm nt should act
ie Bl ick Panth is on
ol i ons] iracy to com-
iition through armed in-
he sai I. Thi issue of
: ml her v ioli nee sh luld
d v. ithout reference to
and a,.:i-S( mitism
, the Pantlu rs. The
I'thei our di mocracy
ins with guns
i i intersta! plots to
power by force and \ i -
m ibmitti <1 to the
convention called for strong ac-
tion to meet anti-Semitism
merging from "misdirected N< -
gro militancy." The resolution
cited "substantial evidence that
Jewish residents and Jewish
businessmen are oiten innoetnt
victims of misdirected Negro
militancy in the turbulent ghi t-
tus.' It said this was ';. stark
reminder to the American -:' -
ish community thai it cai
Ignore anti-Si mitism as a
t inci thn at to thi sect i
individual Ji w
Alluding to tl
Jewi in mil tanl : .
oi gam; ation C 1
the ii soli the ":-
c!osi -oidi di ;
and n alisl i
n litrionists.
Friendship Award
For *69 Goe to LB J
NEW YORK (JTA)Former
Presidenl Lyndon B. Johnson has
been named reci- i< nl oi the 191 ;
America-Israel Frichdshii Award
presented annually ti ;iul ... : g-
ures "not of the Jewish faith
who have mar... distinguished
contributions toward fostering
friendship and nderstandim be-
tw< en th< | opl< oi thi Unit d
Siaf and Israi I." I y thi Miz-
rachi Women's Organization ol
America, Mrs. Aaron Leifer, na-
tional president ol 11 organiza-
tion, has ar: :. She cited
Mr Johnson's pn
tribu '' nsu tir.g
- fie
: i< '. ishi;."
,. is Mi
.. i i
en's
-15, 1
: ;. i
F. in<
ren >hcv
....
v nti
I and < -ne I i
I ring ..:i end to the series ol
lions in Iraq."
A.t the United Nations S
y-Genei l U Thant dis
he had intervened
)ast minute attempt to influ nee
the Iraqi Government to d
i xecutions. He said he askel
repr sentative at the UN
r.ight "to convey to his gov-
ernment my serious coi
about thi' internatioral reoe c
sions that would l>e likely to fol-
low the executions." Mr. Ttv.nl
.';ided that he did not "question
the right of the government o*
I: < to try and sentence uiv>ne
within its jurisdiction who might
b charged with a serious o*-
: -.-. But I did question the eoi-
' pli '. action on humani-
tarian and political grounds."
The S' i rel u y General said he
fell th< execi itii ins "w il! Increase
tens: m an .- in the Mid-
:. it."
,000 Delegates Attend ZOA Meeting
In Los Angeles, This Weekend
". YiiKK U.S. Sen. Har-
i A. Williams, Jr.. (D-N.J.)
vh<> recently retain, d from a
RABBI SHIBOW
DIES IN BOSTON
BOSTON (JTAi Rabbi
Joseph s. Shubow, a national
vice presidenl of the Zionist
; ation of America and
a candidate for the presiden-
ts y. ar, died in Beth Is-
rai I Hospital here after a
bi i iiir: ss. The rabbi, who
B9, was the spiritual
of Boston's Temple
the.
fact-finding missiot to Is
will !< liver a ma ioi address
the 72nd natii nal Zionist
ganization oi Amei..... -
tion this weekend at th< Ccnl ry
Plaza H<>t< I in Li s Ai gi li &
Williams will address thi i
ing banqui I s ssion on Sunday,
ZOA President Jacques T< -
z/ncr has announced.
Guest of honor at the banqi I
v ill be Mai. Gen. Ariel ,
tank commander of tin fn t-
line Israel armor that broki
through the Egyptian lines in
the 1967 Six-Da; War. Th
hero is n w II ... .'.- lin
military trail
About 1,000 Zionist
ti n ol Ami rica ates '.
irough i il thi V: it* ri Stat s
an ati ance at th I
day c :. -Iav( the firs
-. Z' .'. i: I os Ani i
has as its terra Israel's S>
itj The Ass i [Jewish
Survival." The Z, A has
mbersl re 1
100,000.
Among th it!
speakers will b< Jen V.
in, Israi I's Ami assadoi to
the United Stt
Shai : Shlon Ai Israi
Ministi r I I ni] tentia:
' Irs Rita E. Har.sei R
s .:. H :mi R
erasalem Quiet After Australians
rrest For El Aksa Mosque Arson
JERUS VLEM (JTA i Jeru-
ni was qi lei but tense in the
ike of Thursday's fire which
vcr I. damaged the 1400-ycnr-
El Aksa mosque, the third
Din si shrine of devout Moslems,
announcement that a 27-
lar-old Australian was being
Wd on suspicion of arson molli-
Ei! the Moslem Religious Coun-
to a degree, but passions still
In high among Arabs in East
krusalcm and the occupied ter-
ritories. There was
of incitemi nl by Aral-
spokesmen and broadcasts
various Arab capitals blaming
Israi I for the blaze and ex-
horting 500 million Moslems
around the world to launch a
"holy war" against Israel.
The Moslem Council expressed
satisfaction over the arrest of
Michael Denis Rohen, a member
of the Church of God, a funda-
mentalist Protestant sect, a little
n 24
:.: Israeli pol si -
::. tall, blond Ausl
apprehended as a result of a de-
scription given them by a Mos-
lem gate-keeper at the mosque.
Moslem religious leaders did not
call off the Arab general strike
and activities in the Arab quar-
ters ot Jerusalem, in the Gaza
Strip and the larger towns of the
Continued on Paoo 13-A
latest '.
to "d the numbei ol li aqis p
li ith for sp> .ni; since I
27 Eleven .:' th .n wei
Mr. M >;.-\ i '. I
Jan 7. 1969 when 14 i
Including 9 lews vei
p ibli -.\ ;-:" i
d id and Basr i, Secret i j
St Rogers i 'nounce! :
authorities for pul ting >n
"spectacli r >p ;n int I i I
science rf the rl Th -
h no llpl m i ^relation-
Iraq.
Mr. Thant's Llth h
' ts in ha\ the Iraqi
i. ms iwstponed Eollou I i me
ir"j he ha I Sund ij night
Israel's chi r pr enl iti\
the UN, Ambassador Yi-f
th. Mr. Tekoah In1 -
th i Secret irv -t ; nei al it
nte in w it i
;hdad I reven
executi m
AJC President Decries
Iraqi Public Hanging
S'avot, nri si ii : o
- .. i Miami Cha I r,
: v ish Comn
has sti l publi
- ... :. a i. by which 51 per-
v b- en exi cuti d this
effort by 111
i kad thi Iraqis to
tve thi mnti
probl tns ha\ n it
solved becaus il il
i s ve cl nv nts in\ olvi
. f r Israel.
'In i df r create a scape-
o it ol Israi I." Dr. Narol
itinued th li aqi n gime has
tin u i I .-... ass its Jewish
ns ki them a;
1
rot point ( in
mission to migia but no u
PCi : I to
' Scoi : il Ira |i .'. ..-.
b
his i :
: icd thi '. In add
to suffering fron h
disregard for h ;hts
al nl in I: aq. th I u ish
i. i i the intry is -
ct d to special
p. licii s ri strictiny th
mei t, pi operty ti hts, fre I
of movemenl and citi;
U. N. Security Council
Deadlocked Over Airstrike
UNITED N'A riONS (JTA1
|y reject* d a 1
; .. proposal :' ir the rec institu-
tion of t am so Is
Arn C immission.
,ised S tary-Gi ni ral I"
1 thi ii ii n i n Lebanon
cpl his A"
sal I tioning ol
.- .. v give him its
nsideri vkvvs on the pro-

U.N curity Coiuiei
loci v r the dis1 osition
ft! Is ai li ci -
of Israi i's
ike against a tcr-
ncli vi in soul hern I
non. Neither Pakistan's resolt-
tion sharply condemning Israel,
nor the li.S. resolution condemn-
Israel, but at the same time con-
demning all other violations of
the cease-fire, succeeded in mus-
tering the nine votes necessary
to carry the resolution in the 15-
member Security Council. The
Security Council has been un-
able to continue the delibations
lj->urncd ii Au;
of the e nitinuing di adlock.
T 'A: ft apparent-
hi a\., ci itii is
the Ai ;;'-> and :In ir tpix>i i "-
'I his draft, v hich
I at
Ioi :. .' : ight-
i r. ml II
:i i a I
:
Contir.jsd on Page 6-A
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Friday, August 29, 1959
Arab Leaders Call
For "Holy War"
LONDON (JTA) A\_3 re-
s:lt of last tfecH'S* fire in the
K) Aksa Mosque in Old Jerusa-
lem, fury against Israel mounted |
over the weekend In Arab and j
01 her Moslem eountries, where
government and religious lead-
ers were unanimous in blaming j
Israel and calling the arrest of
:a 27-year-old Australian sheep- !
herder suspected of-setting the i
fire an attempt to shift the I
blame.
In Cairo, the representatives
of 24 Moslem nations appealed
to U.N. Secretary-General U
Thant for an impartial U.N. in-
vestigation of the fire. The Arab
League called for an emergency j
session of the U.N. Security
Council to discuss what it called
"Israel's contempt for religious
sacrami nts."
In Amman, the Jordanian gov-
ernment announced it would ask
for an urgent meeting of the
U.N. Security Council to con-
sider the question of Jerusalem
and what it calls "Israel's failure
to comply with Security Council
resolutions calling on Israel not
to proceed with measures lo in-
corporate Kast Jerusalem into
Israeli territory." Ambassador
Muhammad el-Farra. head of
the Jordanian mission to the
United Nations, will also call
for sanctions against Israel, the
announcement said.
At the United Nations, the
Pakistani mission issued a stat<
menl "on behalf of the missions
ol Islamic countries from Africa
:.:! Asia" ami mncing that they
hid unanimously agreed at an
urgent meeting Friday 'hat "re-
sponsibility lor this outrage lay
squarely en the shoulders of Is-
raeli occupation authorities."
Secretary-General U Thant said
he was "greatly shocked and
saddened byTRntro.'' and ex-
pressed the hope that the "full
and verified facts of this most
disti-essing occurrence will be
promptly ascertained."
Although calls for a general
protest strike were largely un-
heeded, a day of mourning was
observed in Moslem countries on
Saturday. Shops remained open
in the Arab capitals, but Am-
man, Jordan, was the scene of a
major demonstration on Sunday
when an estimated 50.000 Arabs
marched on the U.S. Embassy
shouting for action to "free the
sacred places desecrated by Is-
rael."
Calls for a "holy war" against
Israel were issued by Kgypt's
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
and King Faisal of Saudi Arabia,
two heads of state who have
been at odds over the struggle
against Israel. President Nasser
pledged that Egypt would "fight
to free Jerusalem." In a message
to Mohamed Kaw/i, his Defense
Minister, and the armed forces,
he said, "The enemy of God and
our enemy has closed the doors
to peace. There is no use resort-
ing to any quarter in the quest
el' .justice. King Faisal said that
the U.N. had proved incapable of
forcing Israel to abide by its res-
olutions so it de)>cndcd on the
Islamic world to "liberate the
holy places in Jerusalem."
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Fridcr.;, August 29. 1969
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| 2-100 Pine Tree Dr.; Kneseth Israel
Congregation, 1415 Euclid Ave.;
j Oholei Torah School, 1544 Wash-
ington Ave.; Irving Lehrman Day
i School, 727 77th St.; Sephardlc
Jewish Center. 645 Collins Ave.;
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase
Ave.; Temple Kmnnu-Kl, noi
Washington Ave.; Temple Meno-
rah, 620-75th St.; Temple Ner
Tamid, 7902 Carlyle Ave.; Olga
and Margaret Weishaus School for
Girls. 1427 Pine Tree Dr.; Mesivta
Senior High School. 1965 Alton Rd.
Coral Gables: Temple Judea,
5500 Granada Blvd.; Temple Za-
mora, 41 Zamora Ave.
South Southwest: Beth David
j Congregation. 7500 SW 120th St.;
| Israelite Center, 3175 SW 25th St.;
i Temple Beth Am, 5950 SW 88th
, St.; Tempi- Beth Tov, 6438 SW
8th St.; Temple Or OlOffl, 8755 SW
Kith St.; Temple Zion, 8000 Miller
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j 3rd St.
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j Dr.; Beth Moshe Congregation.
i 13630 W. Dixie Highway; Beth
Torah Congregation, 1051 N.Miami
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Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St.; Sky
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Hialeah: Temple Tifereth Jacob,
951 E. Flamingo Way.
Hollywood: Temple Beth Ahm.
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1351 S. 14th Ave.; Temple Beth
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Israel of Miramar, ,.500 SW 69th
St.; Temple Sinai. 1201 Johnson St.
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Israel, 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.;
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews Ave.
I'oinpauo Beach: Temple Sho-
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be held at the Bureau's Central
Hebrew High School Sept. 15.
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Volume 42
15 ELUL 5729
Number 35
Examination And Stock-Taking Time
In olden times. Jews would prepare for the High Holy
Days with intensive prayer services at least a month be-
fore Rosh Hashanah so that they would be in the proper
-cod for the ten days of repentance ending with Yom
Kippur.
It might surprise many of our modern and assimilated
Jews to knew that, in some ways, their concern about seats
icr the Holy Days, synagogue membership, religious school
icr their children and accelerated attendance at Sabbath
services is similar to that of their ancestors. This annual
excitement is one of the phenomena of continued Jewish
existence. c:nd while some deplore it as "not authentically
religious." it is good to know the "Days of Awe" can still
create in the Jew a sense of belonging, a sense of identity
with his people through the millenia.
Every Jew, during the ten days of repentance, will
examine his soul and take stock of his deeds. At this time,
he might also take stock of his identity and through syna-
gogue affiliation again join the mainstream of Jewish life.
'Doves' And 'Hawks' Compromise
The agreement not to carry disagreements within the
Israel Labor Party to the breaking point is heartening to
those who have viewed with dismay the possibility of a
major division in the nation at this time of crisis.
Neither the "hawks," as represented by Defense Min-
ister Moshe Dayan, nor the "doves." led by Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban had their way completely and it is ex-
pected that the coalition, under the calm guidance of
Premier Gclda Meir, will continue to lead the nation. From
here, it appears that any other course would have been a
trcgic one.
Pleasant News, For A Change
With all the crisis news which fills the press, it was
a pleasant change to read in the Jewish Chronicle of
London that a Bar Mitzvah had been celebrated recently
on the island of Majorcafor the first time since 1435.
The traditional services were conducted by a rabbi
who came from Barcelona, Spain, for the occasion. The
iestivities, however, were given a modem touchthe Kid-
dush was held in Majorca's newest hotel.
Religion's Financial Support Declines
Authoritctive reports now confirm what has appeared
to be evident for quite some time: financial support of re-
ligious institutions and causes is definitely declining. From
a peak of 51 psreent of the philanthropic dollar in 1960,
religious contributions now amount to slightly more than
46 percent.
The statisticians admit that they have c somewhat
more difficult time in figuring out Jewish collections, which
they estimate at S900 million a year and holding their own.
However, those familiar with the Jewish scene agree that
en a percentage basis the synagogues and yeshivas are
also getting less of a share than previously. Major Jewish
giving is still to hospitals and universities, and while
religious leaders might challenge this emphasis which
makes no contribution to Jewish survival there is little
they seem to be able to do to turn the percentage their way.
Capital Spotlight
WASHINGTON- Israels se-
curity may be
, ._. .,, pressures for
,1 .- reductions in U.S. ae-
penditures.
.. has responded to
- r a reduction
ding Tl
,. -rated bj tasp i ti i
., ^ Vi t Nam war. Con-
- i cut il 'ast $5oi -
, Defense Depart-
r ;;-
nitm ts
US .: olvement in the Middle
East be more lirectly af-
;-.., .r] th i the i- nti ruing war
N ini
Secret irj I Def nse Melv: -
Laird made s1 itement i !
int >,i to Israel when he an-
nour. '. i reduction that will
cut let ria spending from 58 I
,;-. to $77 billion a year. Ho
said: I want all the American
,,.. Le to know th......."
be a Irv table weakening of
i te military postun
The cut-back, an effort to ap-
pe .... Con tress, came at a time
when the Soviet Union had an
irmada of more than 75 war-
ships and submarines deoloved
In th Mediterranean and Indian
in. The Russian deployment
was i i apparent move in sup-
port of the Aralbs with grim
Implications for Israel.
Ships of the U.S.. Sixth Fleet
moved into positions to balance
the Soviet buildup. Yet Secre-
tary Laird must now de-activate
and moth-hall more than 100
U.S. warships. Included may bo
i9els of the Sixth Fleet in
of the fact that fleet te
already outnumbered by tne
Russians.
Mr. Laird cautioned that the
worldwi i U.S. military capa-
bility is being reduced while
Soviet strength is increasing,
[he Russian adaptation <>f gun-
plomacy in the Middle
Fast coincided with anti-war
fecting U.S. global
lefens : isture.
Mos > has an iH-tinw record
. ;_-. n ival vessels d ;'">' d
rldwj v More sul marines are
under construction in a single
Soviet shipyard than in all the
American yards combined, U S.
Navy admirals are struggling to
keep what they consider an ade-
quate number <>f aircraft car-
riers in th Mediterranean while
Congr -ss is trying to halt c in-
struction of new carriers.
The American pi'blic naively
>ves that a great slash in de-
fense appropriations automatic-
ally me ins a proportionate re-
d iction of the war in Viet Nam.
This is not the case. On the
contrary. Mr. Laird made it
I r that the military needs of
Viet Nam "ill have first mil on
,. irlable funds. The slashes will
be nvwie elsewhere. Some of the
1CO.000 men to be demoh'l,ed
may be withdrawn from NATO
at the very time when the Rus-
sians arc escalating pressures in
the Medit rranean.
Fifty thousand civilian em-
ployes ol the armed forces will
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
be fired. The level of research
and development will be sharp-
ly reduced. The fate of hundreds
of Israeli Army socialists and
technicians being trained here
under various programs is ui
k no wn.
Inquiries are being made by
ti-e embassies of countries pos-
sessing defense guarantees from
Washir n Are these commit-
ments now compromised to so i
extent? Israel is today in a vir-
tual state of war with Soviet-
armed and Soviet-aided enemies
Yel Israel has no Am in
pledge o' stioporl ven ii Mos-
cow tl>-' a ; open interven-
tion.
Defense outs in Washington
are understand, ble. There has
been much waste in Viet Nam
and on weapons of dubio -s value
inflation is growing. Money te
tight. The needs of the urban
crisis are urgent.
Tint what is happening is thai
a8 the war in Viet Nam go. s
on. sophisticated new weapons
will continue to be acquired.
The cutback will found in
other areas, like growing reluc-
tance to become embroiled in a
Continue on Pafl 7-A
Comment b> Edward Cohen,
which appears weekly <>n this
page, will he resumed next uiee\
trhen Mr. Cohen return* from
his vacation
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
LONDON They c mm go
bai k thej must go forw u I
This is the summation, by one
of the wisest European observ-
ers, of the problem facing the
Soviets :r. their Eastern Eur >-
pi in empire since their brutal
invasion of Czechoslovakia.
At home in the United S'ates,
all the emphasis to date has been
d on the brave but passive
resistance of some Czechs. The
lunatic impression has been on-
veyed that the Soviet invasion
force may somehow be rolled
back, and Czechoslovakia^ in-
ternal freedom may somehowbe
regained, by youths defiantly
placing wreaths of flowers on
monuments.
But thit te sheerest nonsense.
Blotd may yet flow in the streets
of Prague because elements of
the Czech p-.-'le may yet rise
up against their foreign rulers.
But n i on should be under the
illusion that the Soviets gross
and bloody-minded Warsaw Pact
commander. Marshal Jakubov-
sky. will hesitate for an instant
to order his troops to make
blood 'low In rivers, if nct*d )>p.
COOWqHgOWNQOOK
t^^^EM

J#A-
Gusta\ Husik. the new boss
so publicly and heavy-hand. I
imposed on Czechoslovakia bj
Soviet Defense Minister Mar-
shal Grechko, is even regarded
as a transitional figure. Being
hard-nosed, Huaak is useful now.
but h-- is probably too much of
a nationalist to suit Soviet pur-
poses for the long pull.
The future probably belongs
in fact, to the bleak ultra
Stalinist automatons. Lubomir
Strougal and Alois Indra. Mean-
while, the Czech Communist
Party and the Czech labor un-
ions, the whole apparatus of th-
press and television and, >;
course, the Czech s.hools an 1
universities are being ruthlessl>
purged of bourgeois nationalist
elements. There is no sire i > -
port, as yet. of concentration
camps being reopened, but th.t
is the next logical step.
Because they cannot go bad
so they must go forward, th''
S ivii are in truth moving ti
ward the organization of a
less police empire, regimented,
harshly spy-managed, sustaim I
i, by the Ir in power
Sovii t oec ipation troop 1
the real future i f E isl im E -
Ul'.l 5S i terrible convutelc
---i.ipt.s the present Item*
Ah Ii is police empires cannot,
out se, be successfully ruled,
except bj airless police states
An I that, in turn, is the aln
inevitable trend in the Soviet
Union itself.
Here again, the emphasis '
in America has been al-
most wholly misleading. The
lizdat (or underground.
vately circulated I books and
pamphlets, the courageous but
Continued on Page 11-A


Friday, August 29, 1969
+Jtn-ist fhridliain
Pacr 5 5-S.
i
Hassidic Jews Learn Computer Programing
Bj BEN GALOB
Forty-two Brooklyn Hassidic
Jews will be formally gfradUBtcd
next month as qualified computer
programmers in a unique pioneer-
ing project financed by the federal
city governments and a pri-
vate foundation. Several of them
already have been placed as pro-
grammers In private industry,
nty-six of the Hassidim, a
mbi n| th'mi fathers of largo
families, completed one of two
cours s in the project at Pratt In-
stitute, which began last October,
;,: d !!>' other 18 will complete
their eo; rs< il:is month, The sec-
ond class includes 10 Negroes. All
ol the trainees <;i : from poverty
areas and a'l re iobh ss, accord-
ing to Dr. Si il l 'h .i eli s, pi sidi p.l
ol l': i an U sources ol New York
City, a private firm organized to
develop and direct urban program!
for the poor on a fee basis. The
tuition-free computer training pin -
gram was started with a $10,000
gran1 from the Fred Richmond
Foundation. A grant was received from th'' Manpower
Office of the U.S. Department of
Labor. Funds have been adi
available from city anti-poverty
courc s to cover costs of facilities
at Young Israel Of Brooklyn in
Williamsburg, in which tutoring
classes have been held on Fridays
for the Jewish students.
Ral i)i Shi ,mo Twersky, dir< ctor
ol programs at Richmi ad Founda-
tion, said that 12 graduati
first cla >s have bi < n placi d in
jobs and that no problei b an ex-
: eti d in placing all of th. grad .-
-. both Hassidic Jews and Ne-
s, in vii w of tin shortagi
such programmers. H< said banks
and insurance comranj's are x-
pected to be the major -in-.
for the graduates.
As a further step to ass that
'hi Hassidic Jews w< lidb
without diffl Ity di | .; their re-
quirements <: early quitting times
on Fridays ?.n<; required al
on all Jewish Holy Days, instill -
tion was given to ;,. parti .. ants
it the threi basi lan-
guage s m i di d in t! .,.:. I -
d ist!lal ai ... :.
eobal. bal ai Hi -
sidic students' T........ :.
had been a tremei ..- t" in
thi ir mastery cl
tii n, Rabt i Tw< rsky sal I. Ni w
York stal is accn i1 ig tl
Si'am. : lakii thi trail gil
for civil .- lions, he ex-
d.
Th< H p-rt
Weekend Incidents Cost Lives Of Four Israelis, 9 Injured
TEL AVIV IJTAl An officer
and i iree Israeli soldiers wore
killed and eight soldiers and a
civilian were wounded in week-
end Sac: Canal zone and Jordan
Valky incidents. In addition.
four Arab children were killed
while playing with a live shell
and 15 persons, two of whom
wire children, were injured by
n grenade thrown into a market-
place in Raffah, in the Gaza
Strip.
The Israeli casualties were
identified as Pvt. I'rri Bublin,
18, of B'n. i Brak, who was killed
by Egyptian gunfire in the Suez
Canal zone Saturday night; l.t.
Ben Ami Schwartzboum, 31,
killed Friday night when he
stepped on a mine near the
Damiya Bridge in the Jordan
' Valley; Sgt. Yonatan Levy, 20.
i killed Friday wh n he .=;
on a mine on the eastern shore
ni th dull of Sue/, south i f Ras
Sudar, and Pt. Eliezer Kahan.
19. who died of wounds he re-
ceived in another mine explosion.
Four Israeli soldic rs were in-
jured Monday, one of them seri-
ously, when their vehicle struck
I a mine north of Kantara. Two
Israeli soldiers and a civilian
were injured Friday by Egyptian
gunfire ne>ar Port Tewfik. and
three soldiers were injured in
mining incidents along the Gulf
| of Suez.
Ten Katyusha rockets, fired
from Lebanese territory explod-
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Rabbi TV ersky stresse I thai
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Friday. August 29, 1369
U. N. Security Council
Deadlocked Over Airstrike
(Cm tin tied from ftgc l-A)
t n incidents and to ol serve
i -fire and warned tiwrt
ler disregard of S curity
c \ ncil n sol
in eonsidi ration by thi- <."
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; drastic a
Th>
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that both Lebanon and Isi
a : e to tin stationing ol U.N.
c : -.> is on their territory
h the function of obsei
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Thant asserted thai the agi
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unilateral termination of Its ap-
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take the necessary steps to have
Israel "scrupulously abide by
iv armistice agreem< nl and
n the U.X. obsi rvt rs I
thi ir functions and dis-
i! ge their duties thereof."
Aj bassador Yosel Tekoah. in
his reply, pointed out. "The arm-
istici period is now behind US
Sine thi Li bai i si r acti n does
no) represent a positive reply to
your proposal, there is no point
in my government studying it in
furthi i detail."
Israi l has charged that the
Jordanian governmi nt is active-
ly encouraging aggressive activi-
ty s against Israt l by guerrillas
based on its territory and that
the Jqrdaniap regular army is
increasingly taking the initial iv.'
in harassing Israeli si ttlements
in the Jordan Valley.
In a letter addr ss< d t" Se< re-
taiy-G. neral V Thant. Ami assa-
; Tekoah ol Israel said
:ial statements by Jordanian
leaders and reports disseminat-
.,; Arab and international
dia l< ft little doubt of
Jordan's rol d tti
Amman's claims that it was tl
nt victim ol cum nt
''IS.
Ner Tamid To Start
Pre-Holidav Late Service
Temple Ner Tamid's
annual Pre-High Holy Day late
s. rvice will be conducted bj Rabbi
Eugene Labovit/. spiritual leadi r
ol the temple, beginning at 8:15
p.m. Friday. He will give a report
to the congregation on his recent
Study trip to Israel.
According to Herman L. Shaw.
president of the temple, these
services air held in order to ac-
quaint new residents of the North
Beach area with the facilities of
the temple.
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Among those echo liled to cxi
greetings at the official or* ni
session ol thi :
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si ,: ta of the Jewish Labor
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member ,; the Gen< ral Exi cut
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vjewlsr Meridian
Page 7-A
The United Synagogue Of America
To Hold Convention Oct. 26-30
B.\ Special Report
NEW STORK What is con-
sidered to be Ihe' most ambitious
and daring program in the 56-year
history of the United Synagogue
(il America designed to come to
grips with the problems that will
confront America and mankind in
the new Lunar agewill predomi-
nate the proceedings of its biennial
convention Oct. 26-30, at the Con-
cord Hotel. Kiamesha Latte, N.Y.,
according to the tentative agenda
made public by Kubbi Bernard Se-
gal, executive director.
The challenges and promises
which the 1970s hold in store for
the Jiw, the synagogue and the
Jewish community in all major
gphen s, ranging from Jewish edu-
cation, the generation gap. aliena-
tion of Jewish youth to inter-racial
Crisis, tensions in the Mideast and
the plight of Soviet Jewry, will be
explored by tho 3000 delegates rep-
icsenting a membership of over
one and a half million in the
United States ami Canada.
Judah Gnbetz of Far Rockaway,
NY., convention chairman, an-
nounced that the passage "Will
Two Walk Together Unless They
Understand One Another?" (Amos
.1 has been selected as the
theme for the convention as "re-
flective of the primary goal to
increase American Jewry's in-
volvement in making the new dec-
ade an era of peace and justice
among all nations as enunciated
b.\ our ancient prophets."
Outstanding religious teachers
and authors together with leaders
in the civic and political fields,
from America and Israel, will
bring to tl lele rates dui ii the
five day proceedings vital mes-
sages which will Impart their own
and their governments' positions
on the crucial problems on the
agenda Oi the convention which
are expected to help bring into
focus the priorities and planning
for the ensuing years as well as
to crystallize the position of the
leaders and key workers in Con-
servative Judaism as to how most
effectively to meet the challenges
lor the implementation of the plan
of action.
Henry N. Rapaporl of Scarsdale,
N.Y., is president of the United
Synagogue of America, which is
comprised of more than X30 con-
servative congregations.
i
Capital Spotlight
Continued froiti Page 4-A
"new Viet Nam" in the Middle
I East.
This is resulting in increased
I rather than decreased Russian
! pressures. A growing pressure
I on Israel to make unilateral con-
cessions for "peace" may also
emerge. The anti-military mood
in America would sway Presi-
dent Nixon away from a mili-
tary showdown and toward ap-
peasement at the expense of Is-
rael if Russia rattled the rockets.
A senator who is a leading
contender for the Democritic
presidential nomination in 1972,
has privately told confidants
that American domestic atti-
tudes and requirements are such
that America must decrease in-
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volvement with Israel to avoid
being "sucked into" a new mili-
tary commitment.
Israel has never asked for
American troops. But ;i cardinal
point of Israeli policy Ls to main-
tain at least one powerful out-
side friend as a balance against
the Soviet Union. The Israelis
are dependent on the United
States for certain categories of
military jets and other equip-
ment whieh they can obtain no-
where else.
Some Israelis are concerned
lest the anti-military drive in
America lead to a new-isolation-
ism tempting to Moscow. They
also question how their Ameri-
can friends can urge President
Nixon and Secretary Laird to
sell Israel the additional Jets re-
quired by that country, when
many of these same persons are
furiously trying to disarm the
U.S. defense establishment.
! Hibiscus Lodge Member*
Donate To Blood Bank
Mark Cirlin, M.D., director of
blood procurement for Mt. Sinai
Hospital, recently made public the
names of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge
blcod donors responsible for largi
contributions.
The donors include Dr. Arthur
Shapiro. Councilman Malvin Kng-
lander, Leon Epstein, Henry Fried-
man. Howard Levine. David Le-
vine, Emanucl Ixjrber. Martin
Smelson, Ted Cohen, Marshall
Bernard, Max Grossman and
Charles Mouyos.
Manager of the Mount Sinai
blood hank is Mrs. Ann Hausman.
Beth Moshe Elects
F. Leonard Miller
F. Leonard Miller. 2044 Arch
Creek Dr.. Keystone Point, was
recently installed as president of
Temple Beth Moshe, North Mi-
ami's only synagogue.
A lieutenant commander in th
is Coast Guard Reserves, Mr.
Miller holds an M..\. degree from
N> h York University and a B.B.A.
degree from Tulanc. He has been
active in the Ecom mic So lety, th"
Museum of Science. Boy Scouts,
and Armed Forces League.
A lecturer at tho University of
Miami, International College of
Fine Arts and Fashion, New York
University, Mr. Miller and h:.
wife, the former Vlarlenc Gcrstein,
daughti r of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Gcrstein of Keystone Poii.t, are
he parents of two girls,
Mr. Miller has announced that
he inaugural service of Beth
Yloshe's new spirit ual leader, Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel, will be held Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m.
Guest Beth Tov for Holy Day*
Cantor H. Marehbein has been
appointed to conduct the liturgical
chanting during the High Holy
Day services at T. mple Beth Tov.
Cantor Marchl ein, whose father,
grandfather and great-grandfather
were cantors, studied with Arturu
Toscanini. and for five years san;;
vith the La ScaUi Oi>cra Com-
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Friday. August 29, 1969
Loeal Educators
Attend Seminars
Ich'I
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Beth Tov Services Resume
Regular Friday evening services
. resu d al Ti mple Beth
Tov ;.i 8:15 p.m. Friday with
Rabbi Simon April officiating.
c c Shalom, according to Louis Ma>
Ohev Shalom Service om kovskv. |ir, sic!, nt of the congreg*
Nathan Farber has been invited ;,,,. .\ children^ phoir led .
for the nail I i ""' vie pi ildrnl
:: a :
4-
7
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Southern Bell Telephone Company employees load trucks
...:-: clothing items collected by thousands of their fellow-
employees from Hollywood to Homestead for sir shipment
the Mississippi Gulf Coas: victims of Hur^rar.e Ccmil.e.
The workers are district traffic managers Dale Charpen-
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Denchfield, and Mike Wilkins, general building, motor and
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ish civilization will be establish-
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Rabbinical College here through
an endowment gift, Rabbi Ira
Eisenstein, president of the col-
It {i has announced.
The institute, which will pro-
vid< >h.' fifth year of the core
curriculum for the students at
thi college, will be known as
thi Abraham, Mollie and Anna
Goodman Institute for Contem-
porary ."wish Civilization. Mr.

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Friday. August 29. 19G9
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Jewish Spirit In Israel
-:.\ KAItltl DAVID I.EIIR.'IKI.D,
KiKsfth Israel Congregation
KtaV tin' past few Weeks I have
ad tlio privilege of touring Israel
ml I found that the law of the
tikurim, in this work's portion of
the Torah, real-
ly is the essence
of the Jewish
spirit in Israel.
The Torah in-
structs the Jew-
ish farmer to
Bell it from the
first of his crop
those seven spe-
cies for which
Israel is known
and bring them
before the tem-
ple, declaring
ctore God and man as he does so,
ow he came from Egypt: how ho
suffered there, how God took him
ut of Egypt and brought him to
1he Promised Land. When ho fin-
dies his declaration, he is to place
these P.ikurim before the altar of
Cod.
The Torah does not say that the
] iktirim are to be placed before
II Question
digions
S<
ersnees
Rabbi tehrfieM
rather, to be placed before the
sacrificial altar. This is to remind
us that if ever we are to expect to
reap first fruits in Israel, whether
i! be physical or spiritual, a sacri-1
(ice will have to be made. Without
sacrifice we are not going to have
the first fruits.
Ii was my privilege to see first
generation Jews, born in Israel
since the creation of the slate. We
all know that these children came
into being only through sacrifice,
and to this very day sacrifices are
made in Israel daily to keep these
Bikurim alive.
The Torah says that when the
Bikurim is presented, past Jewish
history is to bo recalled. One is re-
minded that the State of Israel is
what it is today because of our
past history. Because of the Nazi
en matoriums, because of Jewish
wanderings, because of 2.000 years
of exile, God has soon fit to give
us Israel. Wo realize this oven as
the Jow of old realized that God
gave him Israel because of his suf-
ferings in Egypt.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
man. 30
Saturday 8:30 a.m Ser-
Only with the historical porspce-
te Ark or before the table or bo- I tlve can wo really appreciate the
. >ro the candelabra. They arc. land that God has given to us.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Amigo present a check for the Miami
Beach Zionist House building fund to Abraham A. Grunhut,
as William Silverstein, standing at left, one of its founders,
ZOA house committee chairman Ben Giller and Gil Rappa-
port, director of the Southeast Region of ZOA, look on.
. i i i.uii! uii;tj;it!iiiiun '
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tavo
A Jew offers first-fruits before the priest and makes his
declaration,
"And now, behold, I have brought the first fruit of the
land, which Thou, O Lord, hast given me" (Deut. 26:10).
KI TAVO "And it shall he. when thou art come in unto
the land bvhich the Lord thy God giveth thee for an inheritance
. thou shall lake ol the first ol all the fruit of the ground .
and shall go unto the place which the Lord thy God shall choose
to cause His name to dwell there. And the priest shall take the
basket out of thy hand, and set it down before the altar of the
Lord thj God and thou shall set it down before the Lord
thy God. ,m i worship before the Lord thy God .
When ihou h isl made an end of tithing all the tithe of thine
increase in (he third year thou shall saj before the Lord thy
<' id: '1 have pul awaj the hallowed things out of my house, and
also have given them unto the Levite, and unto the stranger, to
the fatherli ss, and to the widow I have not transgressed
Intents, neither have I forgotten them'
ID. it. 26 I I3i.
"And I shall no when ye are passed over the Jordan, that
up these stones, which 1 command you this day. in
Mount Ebal, and thou shall plaster them with plaster And
thou shall write upon the stones all the words of this law very
plainly" I i>' ut. 27:4-8).
The po mi to in',it (if the blessings and curses
with which Moses charged the children of Israel; for further
emphasis, the covenant made in Mount Horeb is reaffirmed in
Moab.
This recounting of the Week/y Portion of the Law is extracted
nd based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What an- the laws of "Sheml-
tair-.'
MIAMI
aHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TiON 995 sw 67th Ave. Orthodox. ,.,.,.,> 7 ,,., Saturday B:30 a
Cantor Mom. Barr^ gwn: -Reward and Punlahmoi
ANSHE EMES^33 SW 19th Ave. SEPHADIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2 Collins Avo. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiai. 3t
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM, 1=,42.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ber.
nPTH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
B daT D S Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
Hillel.
32
"Shemitah" is the Sabbatical
y> ar described by the Bible (Lev.
25:6l whereby the land of Israel
lies fallow and debts are cancelled.
The Talmud (Sanhedrin 841 ex-
plains that the Sabbatical year is
a means of demonstrating to man
lliat he alone is not the authority
nor the power in the world, even dox^Rabbi^-omon^ sjcn.y.^ ^
though he has the rights ol posses- < ri.(l .,,, ,|. lalt. Sheldon Dearr,
sion to the earth.
By bting forced to restrict him-
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi So! Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Pridos !'" Saturdaj '' '" '''
r i won liar Mitivah: Iveiinetlt,
wit ol Mr an.I Mrs. Robert kin ner.
7 |. in Minolta.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave^
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
I
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102?
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Mo.es. 31
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3*
Frldaj B P.M. and 8:111 p.m. S. nun
"Kuropean Jewry Etetroapevt an I
Prospect." Bat Mltavah: Myra, dau-
ghter of -Mr. anil Mr>- Irving I'ur-
I man. Saturday 8:30 a.m. liar Mltsval
Sandy, Boat Of -Mr. and Mrs I>.-a
Labaton: Steven, son of Mr. an.I Mrs
Howard Sprechman. Afteri........ Hh
Mltzvah: Ira. >n of .Mr. ami Mis
William IjisiTiiiok.
to bo poor and devoid of the fruits
of the earth so that ho can symi>a-
thi/.o with the po>-
Some claim that the Sabbatical
year is like the seventh day of the
week. Observing the seventh day
of the week as the Sabbath is
man's way of show ing that he be-
lieves that the world was created
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Contervative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkee S
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Reports
fmm Israel.-' Bar Mltavah: flary Ste-
ven, son "i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Paw*.
Followed by Ones Bhabbat. Saturday
P a.m. Followed by a Kiddush.
ISRAEL (TEMPLB.1 Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Krid.iv 8:15 nm Sermon: The Thres-
by the Almighty who gave man | h(,|d of ,he N,,w Year."
the privilege of using its produce.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
Friday *:1S p.m. Ousel speaker: Mr*
Ituth'PlttK, Homicide Division, Ml.nr
Police l>ept. Saturday : a m Bar
Milxvah: Steven ,*on of Mr. ami Mr*
Harvey Goodman.
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE
Temporary office, 18801 NJ 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kiitajsley. ST
Friday 8:30 p ni Sermon: "Goodbye
fVlumhus and .leu ish OMentatlOUM-
n.ss Dock the Shoe Fit?" Kollow-
The cessation of labor in the
fields on the seventh year is like
the general cessation of labor on
the Sabbath. Some modern agri-
cultural scientists have found that
allowing the field to lie fallow
benefits the productivity of the fu-
ture crop. Also, like the seventh
day of the week, the Sabbatical
year allows the farmer the chance
to engage in study which he is
often too busy to do because of
his concern with the productivity
of his land.
Why is the Talith (prayer
shawl) put on every morning be-
fore the Telillin (phylacteries) ?
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
Friday 6:80 p.m. Saturday 8:4S am |
Sellhot Penitential Service i":i" p m
Sermon: .\s|i the Rabbi." Sellhot
Service 11:30 p.m
S737
12
MINYONAIREo oVNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m Bar
Mitsvnll Scott, sun uf Mr and Mis.
Am iM But nick
CANDLELIGHT1NG TIME
15 ELUL7:22
,.d by One* Shabbal Baturda> I I
a in 'Bar Mltavah: David, eon of Mr,
and Mr* |...na-a K.ll.ky.
I TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami -- "-,,_ ,,., ., _
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE^ 1815I N
14 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Carmi.
3!
I
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
Caplan.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATE'
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. S
There are at least four reasons
given for this preference (L'vush). ; north miami
For one thing the Biblical com- I temple beth moshe. 13600 w.
mandmenl of Tfcizith (fringes, isl h ^0t5S^*fj#^"ftb1j
described bv the rabbis as being i Zion Kirschenbeum. 35
symbolic of all the commandments | J","}* ^\, ^^ItJwSSr
in the Torah. Therefore, it Is done .,
first, because it is more inclusive. I MIAMI BEACH
A second reason given is thai *G0u*dT0H.Ls?kvC,"rriy" Av"
the Talith is used consistently
every day of the year while the
Telillin are not used on the Sab-
bath and on major holidays. There
is an old rule which gives prefer-
ence to an act which is consistent
over one which is sometimes inter-
rupted.
A third reason given is the fact
that the Telillin contain holy
scrolls which are in themselves ob-
jects of holiness. Thus, they are
more holy than the Talith. which
JUOEA
Blvd. Reform,
per.
CORAL GABLES
(TEMPLEl. 5500
Rabbi
Granada
Morris Kip
4-J
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
--------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zaniora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berje^
Friday <; ) m Saturday S4". a in.
FT. LAUDERDALE
----
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 B
Oakland Park Blvrt Rabbi Sheldo-
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
Prlilnj II r. p.m Sermon: "An Scho
\ ntlonx l...in Saturday 9 I
Sern..... "Snturdio Morning If
.lust ..... Week." Followed bj > K
lu- li
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 4J
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N.E. First Ave.
CENTER.
M
HOLLYWOOD
is only a garment used as a symbol cuban hebrew congregation.
of holiness. In this regard, there is I I242 Washington Ave. orthodox,
another rule which states thai one
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
23
must proceed from the less holv EMn*^.EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash-
1 ., ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
to the more holv so that he rises
and "progresses" on the ladder of
holiness instead of descending and
regressing.
The most simple reason is the
fact that the Talith is a garment
and the Tzizith are attachments
required by the garment which
has a four-edged shaix-. Therefore
in the morning one first puts on a
garment and thus the requirement
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Frldaj B:Sn p.m. Saturday 9 n m
'ii.si Rabbi llariv Joll The \\'.-.kl\
Portion -if the Torah,
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cir-'or Meyer Engel, 26
' I a in Sermon \\ i:.
j. rt All That Is Alien "
to, T-zizith is immediate. The Te- | KSr,noa"o*x. '%Kr 2S&"V&&i.
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Friday vi." p.m Services conducted bj
In Rubin Klein, Sermon: "Jew I
youth and the Future of the Jewisl
Community
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabb'
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MJRAMAR
- ----
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S W. 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster
48
fillin are added later after one is
fully dressed.
Why is it customary to cover
one's head with the Talith?
S ne claim that this is done to
make man feel humble before the
Cantor Abraham Seif.
27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rahhi Euqrne Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward V pe
Almighty (Betyosef I. Others claim
Vou I ,n
that this gives the situation a feel-
ing of mystery and awe so that
man will approach God In trepida-
dation. The Zohar claims that
spreading the Talith over man's
head is like spreading the blankel
I of Mitzvah over one's head (Zohar,
' Bemidbari. This would symbolize
the idea ol having a man surround
himself with the commandments
I of the Almighty in order to feel
that God was everywhere around
him and thai no matter what he
does in life there is always some-
thing that can be done with it as
a token of respect to the Almighty.

i-..i
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Michael Frederick 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVIO CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
50
ram
rCabbinieal television f-^rocjrcttns
Aug.81- 9 0 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
ii Alexander Cross. Principal,
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami,
Miami Beach
Aii. :u< h. T. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
""-' Ral bi Leon Kronish,
Ti tuple Beth Shokwn, Miami Beach
C'h. &? "Man to Man" programs are off the air during August
. *c.....'i*v..r....-*,.


Friday, August 29, 1969
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Academy Registration Reaches 700
With registration approaching!
an all-time peak of 700 students,'
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
A ami ili open the fall semester
next week on its Miami Beach1
campus. The elementary grades
wM begin classes Tuesday Scp'i .2,
and the first Junior high school
si ssions will be held Wednesday.
For the first lime, classes will be
h< id in the newly-established
Smith Dado branch,
"The rapid growth of the insti-
tution has enabli >l the Acadi n... lo
offer three parallel classes for
each of the elementary and junior
hi ;h school grades," Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross, principal of the edu-
cational complex, said. "Rathci
than compromise on the quality ol
our educational program," he de-
clared, "WC have decided to add
additional classes so that the lim-
ited size of each unit would offer
the maximum opportunity for in-
dividualizcd Instruction and atten-
tion."
Louis Merwitzcr, president of
the Academy, noted that advance
registration represented a !"/ in-
ISC over last year's total and
sa d that the school's leadership
had embarked on an intensive pro-
gram ainn d at expanding the fa-
cilities to accommodate more stu-
dents at all levels. Construction of
a new junii r high school building,
he said, will get under way later
this year.
< '' ir Mambcr, chairman of the
Academy's admissions committee,
said the school was forced to limit
its inert ."Si in ( nrollmi nt for the
coming year because one of Its fa-
cilities across from the main Tine
Tree Di ive campus will be raxed
to make was for the new junior
high sch. ol building.
The Academy's (acuity for the
coming year includes more than 40
tc achers, I 1 of whom are in the
Hebrew studies department. The
entire Greater -Miami area from
Hollywood to Kendall will be
si r\i d by a fle< t of l! buses.
'I he new South Dade branch of
Ihe Hebrew Academy will open
m xt week at Ti mple Or Olom,
8755 SW 16th St., with first and
second grades. Additional grades
w ill be added later.
Rabbi Ralph Glixman, spiritual
leader of Temple Or Olom who is
chairman of the new branch's ad-
ministrative committee, said that
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futile protests of certain Soviet
intellectuals, the exceptional po-
litical documents like the famous
paper by academician Sakharov
these an what \vc have m,mi-
ls hi ard about from all but one
or two reporters like Anatole
Shub.
Bui this Is like surveying
Americ i fvom Ihe p culiar eyrie
<>:' the New York review ol
books, where you can read all
about the latest goings-on .>f the
New Left without a word said
about the reaction of the mid-
dling American vof r. Academi-
cian Sakharov is an obviously
noble figure, lo he sure, whereas
i: is permissible to suspect i
certain Igi in the more
self-righte >us, s. If-induloeni an i
irrational sort of SDS draft
ii < t_i- r.
But thai difference is politic-
al!.'. inconsequential although
Prof. Noam Chomsky might per-
haps p ini-. i it. if hi- integrity
equals his verbosity. What is of
i '.~ nonce is (he hard fa I'. I
academician Sakharov lias al-
r ly b n \ iciously and maj well end up in a prison
camp, w hereas the si >S-t \ is
blj i i be fo ind studying
Iheologj II Lid save the mark! I
i'i the Yale Di\inity Sch iol.
R ihcr than th hopeful <.-. id-
die so widely published, it i;
w iser to read "Inside s >. lei
Prisons.'1 by Anatoly Marchcnko.
This fearful document, also
from the undercrround literature.
shows thai only the dimensions
have changed since .1 isef Stalin's
da\s of paranoiac power. In
other words, instead of millions
n!' political prisoners, mere tens
of thousands of politicals now
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To Prof. Chomsky, one sup-
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vjewisti FIcridHan
Friday. Auqust 29, 1969
Soviet Military Casualties Reported
.

These four Jewish chaplains are undergoing an inten-
sive five-week training course at the Naval Chaplains
School, Newport, R.I., after which three ol them will be-
gin :ours of duty in the U.S. Navy in time to conduct
Bosh Hashanah services for Jewish naval personnel,
along with 14 other new Jewish chaplains in the U.S.
Army and Air Force. After completing the course, En-
sign James M. Lebeau (standing, left) of New York
City will return to the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America for his final year of rabbinical training. The
other three chaplains, graduates of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion, will assume their
naval assignments in time for the High Holy Days.
They are: LTJG Daniel A. Roberts (standing, right) of
Newburgh, N.Y., who has been assigned to the U.S.
Naval Training Center, San Diego. Cal.; LTJG Steven
D. Franklin (seated, left) of Cincinnati, O., assigned to
the U.S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111., and
IT. Bernard Frankel (seated, right) of Bountiful, Utah,
cisigned to the U.S. Naval Station, Yokuska, Japan.
Jewish military chaplains are recruited, ecclesiastically
endorsed for military service, and served by the Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
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10 and 35 Russian military ad-
visers in Egypt wore rep
: i h ive be hi killed during re-
cent I raell air raids near P rl
Said, according to a British cor-
respondent stationed i" Cain I
the time, who lias now returni I
to this country and has
writing free of Egyptian c
ship. Bui Donald Seaman, writ-
ing in the London Daily Ex-
; ess ; dnted out thai th fSavi I
Embassy In Cairo had main-
tained silence on the rep
which he pointed oui were the
first of thai nature since the
Soviel Union began to rearm
Egypt after the Six-Day War in
1967
Mr. Sea ; n .oporto I f I
the Sovic s wen pa
the Four Power I
to trj find a peaceful sol -
i; ii if th, Ar b-Israeli conflict,
i'p., v we~o maintaining a pe ^
n irr.li r idv. iscrs Inside E [j pt,
He said they numbere I betwi n
4.000-5.000 and were to be found
on every military level from the
desert command to training
cadres. He said most of the Rus-
sian advisers were attached to
the Egyptian Army but at leasl
1,0 wore with the Navy and
Air Force.
Mr. Seaman said that as a n -
suit of Soviet supplies, a large
quantitative gap exists between
the Israeli and Arab air forces.
II- gM th" K"v-oti;>n Air Force,
supplied exclusively by Russia
or Warsaw Pact countries which
manufacture MIGs and Ihyushin
bombers, now numbers 700
planes, not including trainors.
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Page 13-A
>
Jerusalem Quiet After
Arrest Of Australian
(Continued from Pa;;e I-A)
W< si Bank virt lall i am > to a
halt, but Uie da; | -, | without
iflWlerfl *.; ft .- --TsrS*
demonstrations In Mali which
had to be qu '. I by Isi I
troops.
Rohen was reman ': by a Je-
rusalem magisti ite for 15 days.
i: 11... b( foi ;i -; i '> irt
i onel ol be h 'M in
one of thi largest tialU available
in ord'i to a lal as
many persons as p ;-.; le, It was
learned Israeli police claimed
they had 'nous;!! evi lenee to as-
sure ilv stuped s i Iction. It
was reported that Rohen had
confesset but had n t revealed
his moth s.
Tin ;.: :. St of B '- ;' Ct Cam '
non< t< n, \ ig idhad
been dtv< ping im tig East Je-
rusalem Arabs and i tne 2.000
Arabs si outing anti-Israel slo-
gans di si i !idi.! or th m
an a si v< i al hours b fore R i-
hen's arrtst was i need on
Fi iday, which is the '' >-! m sab-
hath. Israeli troops dispersed
tiii m by firing shots into the air,
hut son* of the soldiers were
pelted with stones. Reinforced
patrols guarded the t City as
a curfew was lifted >:. the Tcm-
ple M lunt area to permit IM >s-
I" tns to go t : rayer. but the ten-
sion did not tnl rfere with the
flow of tourists into the Old City.
About 10,0 10 pour, d through the
various gal on Frid tyand Sat-
urda t > visit : ligious shrines
and oii;: r : lac s .:t interest.
Judge Abraham Granott, pres-
: li nl ol Isra I's Supreme Court,
announced the composition of a
special c immitt e to Im stigate
tuse f th os | e fir Its
chairman i< Dr. Joel Silberg, a
justice of the Supn me Court,
ami it Includes two Aral s, J
ihanv d Nimri el Hiwai I
the N'azai h Distri t Court an 1
Nazareth Ma Moussa Kthilli.
It was not clear whether Mos-
lem : ii: thoritli s in Je-
rusal uld c loperal with
the committee, which held Us
first mi i ting Tui s lay.
F ii ign Minister Abba Eban
said any im intei ted i il I it-
tend the hi arings which are
to the pul thai Invitation
applies to persons front any
country. Experts and engineers
from any c nintry who could ex-
pedite repairs to the Moslem
shrine will also be invited by Is-
rael, he said, and experts from
Arab countries will be admitted
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if the Moslem Religious Council
in Jerusalem requests it.
An official statement issued
by the Israeli government ex-
m ssi d revulsion at the efforts
now Im iim made in official quar-
ters of certain Arab states to
"falsi ly attribute to Israel cul-
I ability for causing the fire. This
vicious libel, which is designed to
exploit the firo for purposes of
political and religious incite-
ment, merits the unqualified
condemnation of all enlightened
mankind," the statement said.
Mr. Eban denounced the Arab
states which have accused Is-
1a II authorities of burning the
tnos |ue and demanded a "hols-
war" against Israel. Calling the
\ia> charges "seditious libel,"
he said the Arab leaders are try-
ing to arouse religious hatred
for political end:;. Reporting on
the political reaction to the
mosque lire at a Cabinet meet-
ing, Mr. Eban noted that where-
as the Arab states have used
the Incident to arouse religious
hatred against Israel, two non-
Arab Moslem states. Turkey and
Iran, refused to join in the accu-
sations although they expressed
sorrow over the fire.
As a result of the El Aksa
mosque fire, Israeli authorities
Will place extra guards around
holy places in Jerusalem, it has
been learned. Special attention
will be given to Christian holy
places where retaliation from
Arab extremists is feared. The
installation of fire alarm sys-
tems in mosques and churches
I as also !< n proposed.
Lionel R. Rothschild, (1808-
1879) the eldest son of Nuthan
Mayer Kothsehild, founder of
England's House of Rothschild,
was the first Jewish member of
lite British Parliament. He help-
ed finance the English purchase
of the Suez Canal shares in
1875. (.IT A )
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The Famous Bolivian Folkloric Ballet
will present
"BOLIVIA A N DIN A "
at the Dade County Auditorium, Miami
FIVE PERFORMANCES: FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th, 8:30 P.M.
SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 30, 31.
at 4:30 P.M. and 8:30 P.M.
PROGRAM WILL INCLUDE DANCES OF ALL REGIONS OF
BOLIVIA AND WILL FEATURE
"DIABLADA", "TARQUEADA," "MORENADA,"
"CUECA," and "LIPHIS."
General Admission: $3. Tickets available at Dade County Auditorium; Jordan
Marsh, downtown store; Andres Pharmacy, 932 West Flagler; Hialeah Super
Market, 1801 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah; El Primer Titan Market, 336 N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami; Imperial Market, SW 8th Street at 52nd Avenue, Miami; Farmacia
Finlay, 1342 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah; Burdine's, Dadeland store, South Miami.


Tage 14-A
vJenist fhoridHair
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Three Films
p...
Hollywood
the author of
lllll.II' KOI II
scries of rather unpleasant
n.\els dealing with the Jewish
upper-middlc-class of today, lias
the unusual fortune of seeing three
, [ his hooks made into films in
one year. After the unheard-of
-uccess of "Goodhye, Columbus,"
mad,' by Larry Peerce (son of Metropolitan Opera
tenor .Ian Peerce I for Paramount Pictures, his cur-
rent best-seller, "Portnoy's Complaint" was set for
production by 20th Century-Fox. (There is great
uneasiness in Jewish quarters here about this film
based on the highly controversial novel.)
Now Leon Mirell, a former vice president of
Seln or Productions who made himself a name with
the independently-produced low-budget film "That
Cold Day in the Park." Starring Sandy Dennis and
John Garficld, Jr.. has announced September pro-
duct ion Of Roth's popular novel, "Letting Go." with
Harvey Hart directing from a screenplay on which
Based On Philip Roth's
ic and actor Mark Richman, who portrays the
baractcr of Gabe, had collaborated. "Letting Go.
i,. be filmed in Studio City, Toronto, will lie Mu-ell's
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Mr. Sapir's Dilemma
Jerusalem
"VKN THOSE who are not admirers
of Labor Party Secretary-General
Pinhas Saplr must sympathize with bis
problems. Here he is. a few weeks he-
lore the elections to Histadrul (Israel's
million-member Labor Union' and three
months before the general elections to
the Knesset. Yet be StiH does not know
n is sroing to be bis No. 1 asset or his No. 1 liability at
i polls, it is possible thai bis "leading man" in the first
- w will have to be billed the "chief villain" of the
> cond.
It i> conceivable thai Gen. Dayan's group, tmainly
former Rafi party members I will stay in the Labor
Party for the Histadrul elections but break away before
the Knesset elections. Since Histadrul is o traditional
Mapai isenior partner in the Labor Party) stronghold,
Ceo. Dayun i- not likely to make a pood showing there
and this could lie bid publicity for the Knesset elections.
In the parliamentary vote, however, all sectors of the
population participate. The personal popularity of Dayan
i> a big factor In the voters' choice.
Matters should have come to a head at the Labor
I', fty convention but did not. Under pressure from Mis.
Metr (who wants to avoid a split". Mr. Sapir withdrew
his proposal that the list of candidates for the Knesset
elections should i>c determined by a special committee of
the party in which Gen. Dayan and bis supporters would
hav iw n outnumJy red. Instead, it was decided that each
faction would be allocated a fixed number of candidates
in the "sale places" on the list and each would make its
own choice.
Another critical Issue was swept under the rug. The
convention i|; roved all the non-controversial planks of
the party platform, but compromised on the two contro-
versial ones. On future borders if and when a peace
., reeii wit is signed Hie parly accepted the "secure and
agreed borders" formula contained in the November,
I9H7, IN Security Council resolution. This was what
Mr. Si.mi and Mr. Bban wanted, liui the platform also
l> ( -; the \..iions decisions taken by the Cabinet on
this subjeel ;ind. in a "verbal clause," states specifically
that all candidates may advocate frontiers accordingly.
This should enable Gen, Divan (and some members of
the former Achdut Avodah faction) to claim the accept-
ance of the concept of "strategically sate borders as the
official party line.
On the other controversial issue Israel's |licy in
the occupied areas even this "everything for everybody"
solution was postponed. The convention authorized the
O ntr.il Committee ol the part} lo formulate a plank To
avoid crisis, it will have lo rind a formula vague
enough to encompass the "do-nothlng-that-may-projudice"
attitude of Mr. Sapir and the leftists, and the "let's-
pstablish-facts-fi r-future-coexistencc" policy advocated by
<;en. Dayan.
'I'., furthei complicate millers, the Labor Part}
- neil an alliance with the leftist Mapam party lor a
joint platform and list of candidates for the Knesset
elections. Whatever tin- Labor Party decides must also be
. rceptable to Mapam. Some Mapam kibbutzim would like
to get chunks of uncultivated land in former Arab terri-
tories, Some of its ideologists still have a soft spot for a
bi-national Jewish-Arab state in all of Palestine.
Meanwhile, Gen. Dayan ponders the consistency of
public opinion ]>olls. By agreement, he ami his supporters
an' virtually assured nine or ten "safe" seats by staying
..ii the Labor Party list. The ]>ol!s indicate that R-ifi, run-
ning separately, should set 20-25 percent of the vote, i.e..
24-30 seats in the Knesset. It is very alluring But can
one trust the polls?
film shot- in Canada.Th* Cold Day in the
h
c
seconc
Park" was put on film in Vancouver, B.C.
Mirell is currently associated with John Dennett
and black aetor-director Melvin Van Peebles in Co-
lumbia's "The Night the Sun Came Out on Happy
Hollow Lane," starring Academy Award-winner
Ksielle Parsons and Godfrey Cambridge.
George Segal, currently on the screen as the
rugged GJ. in "The Bridge at Remagen." has been
signed to co-star with Barbra Streisand in the
comedy, "The Owl and the Pussycat." to be pro-
duced by Ray Stark i son-in-law of Fanny Brice who
produced "Funny Girl") at Columbia Studios, with
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Maimonides: His Wisdom'
For Our Times
Edited A Translated by GILBERT S. ROSF.NTHAI.
f\SV. OF THE new Sabra Books
'' print.! in Israel is Maimo
nidc-.: His Wisdom For Our Times
(Funk & Wagnalls. S.'.95i edited,
translated and with an introduc-
tion by Gilbert S. Rosenthal. The
rabbi has made his selections from
the many writings thai have been
preserved for us.
Maimonide had expressed himself on a wide
variety of subjects: religion, government, scholar-
ship, health, conscription, welfare and morality.
The editor has divided the book under review into
three sections: man and himself, man and man,
and man and God, and usi-d the various topics in
each section.
One of the great concerns of Maimonides WB8
the challenge of science to religion. Despite what
some of our youth think, this problem is not new.
In the twelfth century. Maimonides harmonized the
Bible and Aristotle and he synthesized reason and
revelation. His (iuide to the Perplexed contain-
many of the answers that he gave to his disciples.
Excerpts are now supplied for us in the forms ol
nuggets of wisdom. To read some of these pills of
wisdom (Maimonides was also a great physician I
is not enough. Those familiar with the daily prayer-
book know that we beseech the I/>rd "to inspire us
to understand and discern, to perceive, learn and
tench ." The man whose full name was Moses
ben Mainion and whose epitaph in Tiberius bears
the words, "From Moses (the Biblical leader) to
Moses there arose none like Moses" deserves read-
ing and understanding.
Funk & Wagnalls, the publisher, is to he con-
gratulated on the formal for the book and for
und> rtaking this new si nes ol Sabra Book-
Friday, Aucjust 29, 1969
Books In 1969
Herbert Ross directing. Segal will play the rather
Stuffy Intellectual in the two-character play which
has Miss Streisand portraying a kooky, unsuccessful
pioVtltute'Vhos'c thinking is as loose as her morals.
Based on the 19C.4 Broadway comedy by Bill Man-
hoff 'The Owl and the Pussycat" goes before the
cameras in New York Oct. 6 for actual location
photography. Bruce J. Friedman has written the
screen adaptation and George Justin will act as as-
sociate producer.
Dustin Hoffman, currently on the screen in UA's
The Midnight Cowboy" (a brilliant performance
in John Schlesinger's all-too-controversial film',
now stars as l'.'ti-ycar-old sole survivor of the Battle
of Little Big Horn in CBS Cinema Center's "Little
Big Man." currently on location in California and
Montana with Arthur Penn directing. Calder Wil-
iingham's screenplay based on Thomas Berber's
novel recounts the adventures of the only non-Indian
survivor of the Bit: Horn carnage portrayed by
Hoffman before and after Ouster's Last Stand.
Faye Dunaway plays Mrs. Pendrake, a saucy fron-
tier minister's wife, Martin Balsam co-stars as a
medicine show drifter and Richard Mulligan por-
trays the self-centered, ix>mi>ous Gen. George A.
Caster in what is termed "a satirical Western."
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Winning The Hard Way
SPrKVK SA.NDLF.R. of New York's 92nd Street YMHA
won his fourth national AAU one-wall handball
Championship recently at Coney Island the bard way -the
28-year-old former high school basketball player Was
forced to defeat his final-round oi>ponent twice to make
his victory claim Stand up. The title match was replayed
when a protest was allowed on a referee's ruling, and he
repeated his first triumph with a 21-16, 21-17 victory in
the second match. Marty Deeatur teamed with Sandier
to capture the doubles crown.
Only Victor Hershki wit/ has won more AAU one-
wall titles than Sandier. Hershkowitz, handball's greatest
all-around player, won one, three and four-wall titles from
1947-1957, and is a member of the Helms Handball Hall
Of Fame.
The one-wall version of handball is contested mainly
in the New York metropolitan area, where an estimated
50,000 persons play the game on 1,800 outdoor courts
'One-wall handball." Hershkowitz explained recently,
''can be compared to pool, while four-wall is more like
billiards. Throe-wall is a combination of the other two
Handball to the greatest conditioning s|rt there is. It
develops stamina in every muscle, helps your timing and
shan*'ns your reflexes)."
Hershkowitz began playing one-wall handball in 19,".K
and four-wall in 1948. The only national event he enters
now is the File Fighters' Tournament.
Paul Hubcr. a winner in 19ol> and 1967, regained the
United Stales Handball Association four-wall champion-
ship at Austin. Tex. Twins Mitchell and Gary Straus,
from Flushing, N.Y.. have taken the under-17 natiorud
junior four-wall title the past two years. Mitchell de-
feated Gary for the championship in 1968, then Gary
turned the tables to reach the runner-up spot in the na-
tional senior three-wall doubles championship.

Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Magic Words: Wait Until 1970!
Haifa
IN THE Promised Land. 1970has
become the Promisi d Year.
Israel has already gone through
two cycles of serious labor unrest
in 1969. Port workers, mailmen,
radio and IV personnel, engineers,
bank employees, lifeguards, teach-
ers and man} others exploited this
traditionally favorable pre-election period to put
forward their demands. The strain was great. bu1
the dikes hi lil. Practically all pressures were put ofl
with the magic words: WAIT UNTIL 1970!
The deferment was not merely a side-stepping of
election year pressure in most cases actual or lacit
promises were made by government leaders that pa-
tience will be liberally rewarded nexl year. The
economists are worried, but who heeds economists
in an election year? The Great Promise is a most
effective election-year device; Vote for us. and next
year, when we determine national policy, we shall
see to it that each pressure group gels its due.
It now seems fairly obvious that the mounting
demand will in 1970 burst forth with greater en-
ergy for having bean repressed. The pledges will be

redeemed, followed by an inevitable wave of price
rises and a consequent steep rise in taxes. It now
seems practically a certainty that the Israel Pound
will again be devalued,
It's not as If the Israel workman has lxvn the
victim of any economic strangulation. To the con-
trary, the Central Bureau of Statistics reveals that
m the 1965-68 period when there was supposed to
have been a freeze, salaries and wages in Israel
actually rose by 24 pen, tit, while consumer prices
in that same period rose by only 15 percent.
The pressure groups showed their strength this
year, blocking the ports, hailing the mail and si-
lencing the radio. They have acceded to the demand
that they wait until 1970 to get what they want.
What they fall to understand is that escalation of
wages, prices, taxes and a new devaluation of the
Israel Pound will cancel each other out. the result
will subject the economy to critical stress and pos-
sibly price Israel out of world markets, and our na-
tional military security is inextricably linked to our
Internal economic stability.
The year 1970 may well be the "year of the gath-
ering storm," as Israelis brace themselves and their
economic structure lor severe shock.
..._. i .


lay, August 29. 1969
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LEGAL NOTICE
[notice by publication
the circuit court of the
eventh judicial circuit
["of FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-13580
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
fcoD" mi: SCHOBNBBRQBR,
bintiff,
JAM SCHOENBBROBR,
i-i'.'n dan t.
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3130 l". ::411> Street
Brooklyn, New Vnrk
L.u. I.M.I.IAN SCHOBNBERQER,
hereby notified that a Bill of
bill.tint for Divorce has been filed
lust you. and you are required to
[ n ropy Of your Answer or Plead-
to the >:> 11 of Complaint on the
Intiff's attorney, VON ZAMFT &
(Til. 1613 Capital Bank Building,
.mi. Florida, and Hie the original
' or Pleading in the office of
Clerk of 'hi Clrcwll Court on <>r
,,,. ihi' 19th day of September,
If you fail l" do so. ludgnn m
i.fauii in i" taken against you
the relief demanded in the Bill of
pi notice shall l>o published once
week for four consecutive weeks
FtHE JEWISH PLORTDTAN.
nO.VE AND ORDERED at Miami.
frida, this IStll day of August. A.l).
K 11 LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
ult Court, bade Count}-, Florida
By: ft P. COPE-LAND,
Deputy ciork
,n uii Court Senll
)\ ZAMFT SMITH
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rneya for riainutf
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13321
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
pHAEIi II- MAZI'l.IS,
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. fi-ndant.
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ire hereby notified Iha1 a Bill
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.. of the Clerk of the Circuit
#.|,t .., or before the 19th day "f
\ In r, 1969 If V"ii fail I" 'I.....
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i-i you for the relief demanded In
Bill'of Complaint,
_1n notice shall be published once
rh week for four consecutive weeks
J'HE JEWISH FIjftRIDIAN.
f>NE AND ORDERED B1 Miami,
plda, this 8th day of August A.D
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Ir.-uii Court, Dade County, Florid*
BY N A HBWETT
1 leputy Clerk
cull i 'ourl Seal i
TTHEW OISSEN, ESQ.
B.B 2nd Street
ii. Florida
>751
1 for Plaintiff
v 15-22 29 '' '
i THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
||N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84404
R rCstnte Of
:>;ANDBR henih >l.M
HI I !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
I ...... "i 1 ii mnnds Against Said
II, :
iui an i" n I s otlfii and requir-
nnj | ilms and di manda
i u nay has e against thi
f Al i:n \\ui:i: DENHOUM de-
led Inti ol Dade County, Florida,
p Ju lg< ol Dadi i "ountj.
in iime In dupl i and
.- II i 733.18 P
In tin Ir offices In the < 'ounty
L usi In i laid County, Florida,
I \ dar months from Ihe
I' the first publication hereof,
mi me v, ill be barri ii.
iui at Miami. Florida, this 8th
it August, All 1969
I 11.1.1 \N A. SMITH
BETTY .1 KNIGHT
i !n*Exe'Utrixes
|i-i publication of this notice on
Sth day of August, 1969.
ITIMER s COHEN
(rnej for Exi i-utrixes
.-' > Building
S 16-22-29 9 5
"Turn-away crowds every Shabbas.
ever since we hired that Guru!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81217
IN" RE: Estate of
DINA SHAROFF
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
KM-, utor of the tat. ..f DINA SHAR-
OFF, deceased; and that mi the 4ih
day of September, 1969, will apply
to the Honorable County Judges "f
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge ns Executor
of the -::,'. of tlii- above-named
decedent, This 4th day of Aunusi.
1969.
- STANLEY C. MYERS
Kxei utor
's EDWIN M. (HN8BURG
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
LBVINSON & KENIN
Atlorne) h
|1.-,i> S \\ Fit I Street
Miami, Florida 33130
v 8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78532-B
IN" RE Estate of
MARY HA.Mi
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed in> Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
a- Executor of the estate of MARY'
HAAfl and that on the 1.1th day of
September, 1969, will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of Bald
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Bxecub r of the
estate of the above-named di
This thi 31sl da> i f Jul>. I9i 9
EMERY .1 P> ll CZER
M M.( iLM II FRIEDMAN
Alton '
223 8 K Flrsl Street
Miami, Flot Ida
g's-i:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84593
in i:i": Estate of
FRIEDA RICHTMAN
i'.. used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed present an) claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate nf FRIEDA RICHTMAN to the
County Judgi ..i Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
. proi Ided in Section 7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In Ihe Count)
Courthouse m Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
nf the first puhlli ntlon hereof, or
the same will lie barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, this .'.th
dnj i f Vugust, A 1> 1969.
SHIRLEY III 'THI.EIN
Mi IRTI >N It It'll .MAN
\ Bxi utors
Fir*d publication of this notl.....
the Mh day of August, 1969.
SPARBEH and R( "SKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Executors
il North I'.i-. ;n ne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
- 8 I.1-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
underalg.....I. desiring to engage i"
llness under the fictitious name of
II. CENTER. Ml), at 637 Duponi
Tic, Miami, Florida 83131 Intends
reglsti r said name with the Clerk
[the Circuit Coun of bade County,
prnla.
sol. CENTER, M D .
I I'll' IFBSS1I iN A I. ASSOCIATION
URRER and ROSKIN P.A.
.iii-iii >s for Applicant
Rlscnj in- Blvd.
iml, Florida 33132
v s-i:, 22-29
MARY LEE HOME SERVICES
20 TEARS IN MIAMI
1662 N E. 123rd STREET 891-0611
Nursing Aids and Attendants
by-Sitters. Companions, Live in
out. Homemalters, while mother
lit. Cooks, Housekeepers, Maids,
tiers. Chauffeur and Housemen.
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
VEROll, RODllER TURNER,
PI
MABEL TI'RNER,
11, ii ndant,
TO: MABEL TURNER, a/k/a
M \i:i:i. 1 E NTH
'.is i in street
Burlington, North Carolina
Tou MAHKI. Tl'RNER, a il MA-
BEL LEATH are hereby notified that
a Hill of Complain! for DI' has
been filed against you, and you are
required t" serve a ropj "i youi \
er or Pleading to the Hill "i Con
plaint ..ii the plaintiffs Attorney.
RAY A MUNSON, 500 Ingrahnm
nuildlng, Miami, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
i.fti,.....f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Mli day ol
Sentember, 1969 if you fail '" do bo,
(udgmenl by default will i" taken
agafnst you for the relief demandeo
in the Hill "f Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
each week for four conscutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FURMDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 3lsl clay of July A D
"' 1-: 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj : V A HBWETT
l teputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
< B-lIi-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83153
In RB: Estate of
l:ll.\ H. LEl'CHTAO
Deceasi 'I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT,
You an hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to l"- Ihe
will ami testament of said de-
eilent has l" i ii ailniit ted i" probn te
-.- -.I i 'ourl V"U ai' hen i<\ com-
-ii-il within six i-nlendnr mi i il -
from 'li. dale ol the fli si nu
npi r 'ii '* "i url
' i nny you
'!- ........ -i < '"lift in
. i .. 11' I
l. .-Ki ii
JOHN i: BLANTI IN

B) M Kl I'A i I ili'K". i
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- N .'I. i ilNSBURG
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to
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day of ,i.uirui t, "'.'
.1 SEAL
S.-8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
CONTINENTAL BARBER SHOP at
;.s'iii sunset Drive, s. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
JESUS CAUCIA
ARNOLD II <;i:i.l.MAN
Attorney for Applicant
704 Alnsley lluildlnt;
8/S-15-22-29
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
AU ?YB I' 'UN KUFFLER,
I'lnintlff
vs.
NORA KUFFLER,
1 left mlaiit.
T : N' IRA Kl FFLER
:|I-I7 78th Street
Jackson Heights, N. V 11372
1 ii, NORA KUFF1 ER. an here
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and v-ii are required t,. servi
ropy nf your Answer or Pleading '"
tin Bill of Complaint on tin Plaintiff's
attorney. PAUL KWITNEY, il" l.in-
"In Roud, Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer "t- Pleading
In the office of Ihe Clerk nf the fir-
cult Court on in- before the 19th day
September, 1969, If you fall lo do
*". judgment by defaull will he taken
iiM \ "ii for Ihe relief demanded
I in 111. Bill "f i 'nmplnint.
Thl* notice shall be published nnce
h week for four .....'.-- uiivi
week, .a 'nil-: JEWISH FI-ORBMAN.
I INB l NU iRDBRED at Miami.
Floridn, this 13th dnj "f August A 11
i: i: I.HATHERM *N. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: R, K SHEA
Detiuly < 'hi i.
ii "in nu i 'ourl Seal i
PAUL KWITNEY
420 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney fur Plaintiff
8/22-29 : .".-12
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
N< IRMAN Jl 'UN ABREU,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
JOAN STEVENSON ABREU,
l attendant. "-
TO: JOAN" STEVENSON ABREU
!77 Niagara Street
Buffalo, New York
You, JOAN" STEVENSON ARREC
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are n quiii-il to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin iiiii of Complain! on the
Plaintiffs attorney, LESTBR ROG-
ERS, ESQ., '.'!: N.w nth street,
Miami. Florida 38138 and file Ihe orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in tin office
of tin. clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 18th day of September,
1969. If you fall lo do so, judgment by
ii fault will in- taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.'iKlIilAN"
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12th day 'if August, a.d.
K IV LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P COPKl AND.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LESTER ROGERS. ESQ.
'iVi \ \V. 1 1th Street
Miami. FIArldfl 38138
Attorney for Plaintiff
s 15-22-29 '' 5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84553
In HE: Estate nf
JEAN WEINBERG
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
.state of JEAN WEINBERG deceased
Inte nf Dade County, Floridn, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
ul.- the sami In duplicate and as pro-
vlded in Section "33.18, Florida Statu-
tes, In their offices In ihe County
I Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
| within sIn .-ah iniar months from ihe
lime "f the first publication hereof,
or ihe sami m III be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ;.ii\
day "i August. A i> I99.
MARN KARRI!
1"|-j Unslej Building
Miami. Florida
A- Executor
publication of this notice on
the -ill day of Augusl.
M MIX M FABER
"i i Atnsle> Bldg.
Miami, Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12795
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANNIE RUTH URAHAM,
Plaintiff,
CHARLIE LEWIS GRAHAM,
I lefendnnl
Ti >: CHARLIE LEWIS (1RARAM
General IV livery
Shellman, > leorgla
You, CHARLIE LEWIS ORAH VM,
an- hereby notified that n Bill ol
('omplainl for I llvon hns hi
against >"ti. i id >"ti are reijulred lo
-, r\ :i eopj nl ; our A '- i r or Plead
|nR in the Bill of ("omiilainl on tin-
Plaintiff's attorney, PAUL POLLACK,
Suiti I an, K"" N.W. T i 11 Street, Miami.
nd file the original
I" dins in Ih.......
Cireu C nil '"' or
I nth day of > in- mber,
: ii hy di faull v .11 be taki n agi -' nu
for ihe i' |l< i di mantled in th Bill of
Mt'i
..-, hall b- pul I
nil for four......
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
liii.NI-: AND ORDERED al .Miami.
it, this 1st daj of Augusl A l>

I- i: l.l" VTHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Cou |y, I'lui-iila
Bj M i: BONSTEIN
Deput.1 Clerk
I ii '". mi '"tin Senll
PAUL I'OI LACK. I AW 'I'll' i'.S
Su Ii 1"". 17"" N W "111 Stl 'il
M timl, Flot Ida
! Attorney for Plaintiff
S 15-22-29 9 S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN il
Ihe undesigned, desiring i" engage
business under Ihe fictitious uumes
M, MURHA S< 'H E( "HTER, Al l> I
MURRAY 8CHECHTEJL Ml'. P
at 2460 Coral Way, Miami. Florir
:::il4.". intends lo register said nain
with ihe Clerk of the Circuit Cou
"f Dade County, Florida.
if. MURRAY SfttECHTKl:.
Jin. F.A.C.P .
PROFEBSK i.NAI. ASS Ml \'I'll IN
8PARBBRAND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys fur Applicant
III" I'.isi-a>-ne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 81182
8 22-29 9/S-12

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT GIVEN il
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious nam.-s
PCS FIN and RABEN I'A.: IVi
FIX, M.I> ; MILTON RABEN, M
at 4ncfi Alton Road, Miami i:.a
Fla. 381441 intends ti register Su
names with ihe Clerk of tin Cirri
Curt of Dade County, Florida.
Hits FIN and RABEN
PROFESSH i.N A I. ASSOCIATION"
SPARBERand ROSKIN P.A.
Att"i n. > s for Applicant
inn Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 83132
S 8-15-28-!
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
PAULINE HARTW1CK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEROY HARTWICK,
Defendant.
TO: I F.ROY HARTWICK
8415 Church Road
St. I.ouis. Mo, 63147
Y'.ii. LEROY HARTWICK. are hi i
by notified that a Bill of CompMU
for Divorce has been Bled against >
and you arc renuired lo serve a e-'iv
of your Answer or Pleading lo i
Bill of Complaint on the Ptalntlfi
ain.nny. MORTIMER 8. COHEN, D
Ahialej Building, Miami. Florida 8*1: .
anil fill ll"- Original Answer Or rh-.,-
I ing In tin- office of the Clerk of ti
Circull court I'll or before Ihe 12 d:
of September, 1969. If you fall to
I so, judgment by defaull "ill be taJ
against > >u for the relief demand'
in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall in- published oi
each week for four consecutive wei
in THE JEWISH Fl.i HUMAN"
DONE AND ORDERED nl Mian
Florida, this 8th day of August, A
1969
E B l.i: ITHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'ii'-uii Court, Dude Coun I P
i:> : V \ HBRVETT
Deputy Clerk
ii '|| nu i '..in i S ..Ii
Ml IRTIMEII S Cl IHEN
Allorn<*3 for Plaintiff
''." Alnsley Building
.Miami. Florida 33132
- IT.-22-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
business undei Ihi fictitious names
DRS ROSEN and MEYERS: ROBEf:
ROSEN. MD: RICHARD M MEYEIi
Al Ii. til L'l"' !'.".ih Street, Sini's -.
Florida 33154 intend i" register sa
names v iill tin- Clerk of tin Clrct
Court of 1 Mil, i 'nunts Florida.
DRS. ROSEN AND MEYERS
PRi IFESSII 'N Al. ASSI iCIATIl N
SI' \ I: I:!-:I: anil R< ISKIN P A.
Attorneys for A pplicauls
1".. I: Blvd.

v 8-l."i-22-2S
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 OF
Hi (BERT liOl.l (FINE and l.AlKA
LEE li (LDFIN E, his Ife,
TO: UEOROEJANVRIN
Ri Hill...... I 'nUiiown
Yi'ii CIEORGE JANVRIN, are hre-
by notified thai a Petition for Vdop-
lion has been filed against you, and
you ai-i- required t" serve a copy of
your Answi r or Pli ailing lo the
I'.iii Ion mi Ihe Plaintiff' il torm y,
M \N" A in H.l iFARB l'l Biscaj m
Building, Miami. Florida 33130 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in il.....fflcc ". the 'Ii rk of Ihe i 'lr-
. nu Court "ii "i before tin- i^ili day
..I' September, 1969. If you fall to il"
-". Judgment by default will I" taken
against you for tin relief ileinainl.il
in the Petition,
Thi notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive week>
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
I" INE AND i IHDERE11 nt Miami
l'l. Ti.i.i. this i lih day of August, A 11

E B li: VTHERM VN. Clerk
'"n. tin Court, Dadi County. Florida
By; P Ct H'i:i AND
I -piny Clerk
i' "Ir ult i "ourl Seall
M \X A OOLDFARB
im Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
Attornei for Plaintiff
s 15-22-29 0 :,
IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Mo. 69-13075
SUIT FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN ll It er
'i 'hang n: in of
111 IDLE! It" ISBN

BRADLEY LAUEB
n I I" >U - .....i
HrniiUlj n, New York
You, not ;i..\s Al R( ISEN,
that a Petition fi
. ii .,, i of Nam, has heen filed
, mil 'I i" sen n i opy
ur "' pleading to the P< i
lion thi Plaintiff's altorni
her: stein .>;- miller, 19 v
Klagh I Street, Miami. Florida ai
file th. orli 'i answer or pleadli
n the office of Ihe cli rk ol Ihe i
int court "ii or before the i-th ii
"i s< ptembi r, i'.n::1 If >"ti fall t" i
-,. ludgini ii by defaull ill be taki
v ii i"i ihe ri Int ih niamli
hi tin Pi i itlon for Chang.- of Nan,
This notice shall be published m
each week for four consecutive week
in the JEW ISH Fl.' IRIDIAN.
I inti 'I Augusl :. 1969.
I) II IK VTHERMAN. Clerk
Clreuii Court, Dade County, Florida
By: M V1M1UERITE KENT
8 8-15-22-29
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Section B
[srael 'Covered' By Soviet Spy Ships
WASHINGTON (JTA1 U.S.
tj, |so rces have revealed that
number of Soviet intelligence*
[athering ships are in the Mid-
dle Kasl and indicated that they
may be systematically monitor-
g [sraeli military communica-
tions as "ill as the radio net
3i [hi I S. -Sixth Fleet.
At last three Russian spy
khi|>s. all equipped with the lat-
L{ electronic devices, have been
discovered in the Mediterranean.
The pattern of Russian surveil-
anCe covers Israel and Efjypt,
Specially the area of operations
k| th- Sue/ Canal. It is pre-
(umed that interpreters compe-
te r,t in Hebrew language and
jryptigraphers are aboard the
ilil!i\i nee ships. An attempt to
earn if all three are on station
thi Middle Eastern waters
pas uns iccessful. Naval sources
tould say only that Russian sur-
veillance indicated that Israel
|ias "well-covered."
Official American sources also
Sported that the Soviet Union
ippears to he massing unprece-
|entcd naval power in the Mcdi-
erram an apparently in a dis-
IJa; Ri ssian backing for the
>;:' -' ites and to deter Israel
isals. The U.S. Navy
I that f< r the first time
li ,'arships in the Mcditer-
r. (number those in the
I Navy headquarters
in Naples reiiorts at least 63 and
possibly 65 Soviet warships and I
auxiliaries are in the Mediter-
ranian, whereas the Sixth Fleet
numbers 50 ships and 200 com-
bat aircraft.
According to official sources.
36 Russian naval units entered
the Mediterranean through the
Turkish Straits this month, in-
cluding an aircraft carrier equip-
ped for helicopters and vertical
take-off planes, guided missile
cruisers, at least 20 destroyers,
and auxiliary, amphibious land-
ing and support ships and 8 or
10 submarines, some of which
are nuclear-powered craft with
missile-firing equipment. Some
of thtse Russian ships were re-
ported to have arrived in Egyp-
tian waters. The Russians have
established naval base facilities
at Port Said and Alexandria.
It has also been learned that
in addition to the Russian naval
vessels known to be in the Med-
itrrianean, there are 10 Soviet
naval units in the Indian Ocean,
at kast one of which is equipped
f.r electronic spying. They have
been spotted in the vicinity of
Yemen and the Red Sea. an an a
from which southern Israeli
communications and si a-air
movenn nts to and in m S
cl Sheikh and the Sinai pen!
snla can i- ki pt undei i
lance, Sot rccs Soviei
marines nay be in the P.edSea-
Innian Ocean area as well.
Defense Department sources
say the Soviet helicopter carrier
Moskva, which entered the Med-
iterranean this week, carries at
least 30 helicopters from which
to land marine striking units.
The U.S. Navy revealed it had
made some "talancing disposi-
tions" but made no details avail-
able.
The North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) is watch-
ing the Soviet naval buildup in
the Me riite rranear:, Se cretary of
State William P Ropers said,
but no correlation has been
noted between it? naval and po-
litical moves. Soviet neval power
in the- Mediterranean has varied
since the June. 1967 Arab-Israeli
war. he told a press conference,
but recently a high point of
about 63 Russian warships con-
centrated in the Mediterranean
was reached. "NATO will take
any acti-r. necessary to see that
the security of the area ret
impair'd." h- sail
Tax Ruling Studied By
^ational Organizations
Yi u;< UTAi Na-
| Jewish organizations are
i!n' implications of a
Its S nreme Court ruling in
Urn i, I.I N.Y., holding that
' ivative congregation had
I' portion of its immunity
in taxation because it had
tasid part of its property for
amnii rcial use.
incision was made by
Justice Howard T. Hogan on
I. i was reportenlly the first
lawsuit in New York state ever
pought by a taxpayer to force
religious agency to pay taxes
kn a commercial operation with
khich it was involved. The suit
pas brought against Temple
th Sholom in East Hills and
Jhe K slyn Summer Day Camp
ly Mrs. Sclma Winter, of East
lills. a former member of the
fnagogue. According to the
tit, the camp used the 12'i
l I is i xcepl tlu sanctuary
11 I impi rs.
Dr. Bernard Segal, executive
|ir< i of the United Syna-
il Vmi rica, the associa-
i of Ci nservative congrega-
f I M the Jewish Tele-
; A ncy thai the United
5. no to ;ue's position has been
" any hous ol worship which
's its facilities available for
al purposi s should be
prepared to pay the taxes on
such earnings He Baiei that this
positi m api Ii d to th I at
ruling.
Spi kesm< n for th< Union of
Ameiican Hebrew Congrega-
tions the Reform congri gational
agency, and for the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, indicated that the
Mineola ruling was under con-
sideration. The' UAHC spokes-
man said the' issue had been
under Study for some time1.
Earlier this year, the Syna-
gogue Council of America, the
national coordinating agency for
the lay and rabbinic arms of Re-
form. Conservative' and Ortho-
dox Jewry, said the SCA had
been considering the issue for
some time. The statement was
made by Rabbi Henry Sie'gman,
SCA executive vice president, in
response to an inquiry by the
JTA on the reactions of Jewish
organizations to an announce-
ment that the United States Su-
premo Court had agreed to hi ar,
this fall, o challenge' to the con-
stitutionality ol stat laws ex-
. tins eh trch prop< rty fi m
11 estl te taxes.
Rabl i Sii gman explain '. thai
the SCA had been
with the issue ol tax i
from h al i state taxi 11 ause of
. ,.. ii r taxpayi r suits ag
i v mption for non-religious af-
filiated church property,


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TE1SSIOS BUILDS AFTER FIRE.
ROCKET ATTACK, EXECUTIONS
By Rpeclal Report
JERUSALEM Tension in the Middle E-st continued to
mount as Arab terrorists followed their first rookel attack on
Jerusalem this week with a strike against an Israeli settlement
south ef Lake Tiberias (the Sea of Galilee) in which an Israeli
child t i injured. Israeli military forces and police clamped th"
tightest security sine- 1987 on an is occupied during the war in
the wake of the new rocket .'.Hacks.
'Israel recognizes the cease-fire, and we will keep quiet as
long as the olher stale- do." siid -i foreign office spokesman
commenting on the United Nations' censure of Israel's aerial
reprisal against Lebanon earlier this menth. His reference' was
to a clause in the U.N. resolution calling on Iwlh sides to respect
the June 10. 1%7 cease-fire.
Official inquiries into the burning of the El Aksa Mosque in
Jerusalem were being pressed: ; motive was still hoing sought
for the act of arson confessed by an Australian Christian.
The Arab League's conference of foreign ministers in Cairo
closed with a call for a summit conference of Arab states in
November, which will set the stage for a world-wide summit
conclave of Moslem countries, including non-Arab nations in
Asia and Africa. Saudi Arabia and Morocco were designated to
secure participation of the non-Arab countries. The Cairo con-
ference gave the strongest support to the Arab terrorist move-
ment since the Six-Day War. and Egyptian President Gamal
Abdel Nasser issued a statement saying increased combat against
Israel must bo matched by political and economic warfare and
more effective information.
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Friday, August 29,
S3
Tempo Of Arab War Propaganda Increases
x ^ntfv 1..... <_/ Arthur j_ Ambas.
By BORIS SMOLAR
Arab propaganda against Is-
rael is now growing in the
l'njljwi States ai nevar, before.
The Arabs have learned the
Pchnique of reaching various
element! in this country with
their material, and they do it
through a net of official and un-
official propaganda agencies.
Gone are the days when Arab
information methods were inept.
Today Arab propaganda is be-
coming professionalized and is
being increased in volume and
tempo. Four Arab governments
Lebanon. Libya. Saudi Arabia
and the United Arab Republic -
now retain professional public
n lations counsel in this country.
And there are also American
groups seeking now to create
sympathy for the Arab cause.
The work of spreading hostility
to fsrael in this country is now
i> ing directed not only from
New York and Washington, but
also from regional offices in Chi-
Sn Francisco. Dallas and
other cities. Arab propagandists
and-apologists are now-rearting
the churches, universities, radio
and television stations, members
of Congress, extremist Negro
groups, the radical right, and far
left They are also penetrating
into leading American news-
pa|M rs by writing Utters to the
editor and by inserting paid ad-
vertisements.
Some of me Arab propaganda
agencies are registered with the
Justice Department as foreign
gents. Others are not. Both
categories have quickened their
activities feverishly since the
Six-Day War of 1967. They are
boasting that their efforts are
b-ginning to show essful re-
sults in influencing the Am
can public. Their claims in this
respect may be exaggerated, but
The Bolivian Folkloric Ballet will present "Bolivia Andina"
at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 and
8:30 p.m. in the Dade County Auditorium. The traditional
Indian dances, including historical sequences which have
been danced since pre-Columbian times, will be performed
by a troupe of 65 in native costumes valued at more than
S100.000.
THE YAYNE SCHOOL OF THE
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
l Now Accepting Registration For The
1969-1970 Term
PRE SCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 4
BAR MITZVAH LESSONS
Fulfilling the Highest Standards of the
Dade County Board of Public Instruction and the State of Florida
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAL1 534-0425
I. L. PERETZ
Workmen's Circle School
1545 Southwest 3 Street, Miami, Florida
Open for Registration for its 25th Year
Curriculum includes
JEWISH HISTORY and CONTEMPORARY
JEWISH LIFE, YIDDISH LANGUAGE and
LITERATURE, JEWISH HOLIDAYS, TRADITIONS,
FOLK-LORE, HEBREW and JEWISH MUSIC
BUS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE
FOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL, OFFICE AT:
940 Lincoln Road, No. 225,
9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
538-5679, or Mr. Ben Swire, 443-7286
e not entirely without founda-
tion.
The increase in anti-Israel
propaganda has caused Ameri-
can J. wish 'leaders some anxiety.
When the American Jewish Com-
mittee decided to look into the
matter, it established, through
Gallup poll data, that the pro-
portion of Americans sympa-
thizing with Israel has from 55% in June. 1967 at the
time of the Six-Day War to
50r in January this year.
Arali Information (enter
The major official agency for
Arab propaganda in this country
is the Arab Information Center.
which is si>cnsored by the Arab
League, recipient of millions of
dollars from the 14 Arab nations
it repn sents. This Arab propa-
ganda agency, which is n
tered with the Justice Depart-
in Washington, publis
Arab News and VJi ws." a bi-
monthly news sheet with a cir-
cular rted to be 13.000.
and "Arab World." a monthly
with a circulatioi
j re being senl pri-
marily to libraries, public fig-
ures church lead rs n
rest professor ind n( ws-
: editors.
Headquarti ri : in N< w York.
the Arab Information O
also has i ffices. S|
ing i nts on radio and
as mi !'. as b. fore serv-
ice clulx. student groups
church organizations, an active-
ly soli< ited, and i; shee a
gr< at variety of pa ilets for
fn i distribute press re-
- to newspapers and inserts
advertise mi i ts in leading n
rs such as The New York
Times, Washington Post and
Miami Ni ws. As pan of its prop-
aganda technique, it announces
contests in newspaper ads
i ssay topics, naturally, are
anti-Israel.
Another bold and most pro-
lific Arab propaganda agency in
this country is the Action Com-
mittee on American-Arab Rela-
tions, which operates out of New
York under the direction of Mo-
hammd I. Mehdi, an Iraqi who
was previously associated with
the Arab Information Center.
This Committee claims 20.000
members, but it is actually a
one-man operation backed by
about 200 wealthy men. Mehdi.
who has applied for U.S. citia n-
ship. lectures before church
groui irs frequently as an
'Arab expert" on local and i-
tional radio and tel visi pro-
grams, and organiz rovocative
pro-Arab demonstrations. One of
his front iti '- .- The
Committee for a Just Peace in
the Middle East," anothi r om is
the "Federated Organization of
American-Arab Relations."
Palestine Liberation Organization
The Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization office in Ni W York
the American branch of the
Arab group which maintains the
anti-Israel terrorists who style
themselves as the "Palestine
Liberation Army" is another
propaganda institution in this
country. Active in the United
State's almost since the forma-
tion of the Palestine Liberation
Organization at an Arab "sum-
mit meeting" in 1964. its opera-
tions in this country are financed
by the Arab League to the tune
of SI million a year.
The American office of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion has now become a fund-
raising arm for Arab terrorists.
Its director. Saadat Hassan, a
Christian and a graduate of the
Illinois Institute of Technology.
is re'porteel to be- touring the
United States, speaking to
American-Arab groups and col-
lecting money for the El Fatah.
Registered with the Justice De-
partment as a foreign agent, he
issues pamphlets, press releases
and publishes a newsletter with
a circulation of 7,000. His anti-
Israel propaganda is full of wild
assertions. He even attacked the
U.S. government for appointing
Arthur J. Goldberg as
sador to the United Nations.
Another body in this country
elaiming'to act on behalf of Pal-
estine T30& is the Palestine
Arab Delegation, the American
branch of the Arab Higher Com-
mittee for Palestine, a group
based in U-banon and headed by
the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem. Haj
Aman cl Hussrinl. who was Hit-
ler's principal collaborator. It is
most rabid in its anti-Semitic
propaganda and works hand-in-
Continued on Pa 14-
Miami Beach To Gel
Community Center
A model of the South Sit
Community Center, to be
strutted this fall at a ,
.$534,000 by the City of '
Beach, has been pcesented to iJ
;Cityl Associates, the city's architect!
The building, to be located,.
j Sixth Street between J,
and Meridian Avenues, will be J
of the nation's most outstandi-J
community-oriented facilit!
will serve Miami Beach as the 1,1
I or community activity, pt ,, I
services for all segments of t]
city's imputation, from senior cr|
zens to pre-schoolers.
Key members cf the administrative committee of the newly,
formed Souih Dade branch of the Hebrew Academy o:|
Greater Miami met at the 8755 SW 16th St. school to discuss
plans for the branch's opening next week. Dr. Melvit
G.-eenstein, chairman of the school's health committee is
at left; Rabbi Ralph Glixman of Temple Or Olom. cer.'.e:
is chairman of the administrative committee. Max Nuhorao
vie is chairman of the finance committee.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
NORTH MIAMI'S ONLY SYNA60GBE
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN
WELL RONNOEB PROGRAMS FEATURING
i ARTS- CRAFTS
MUSIC-RHYTHMS DANCING
DRAMATICS
FIELD TRIPS
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AIR COND. HEATED CLASSROOMS
RELIABLE DOOR
TO DOOR BUS SERVICE
Phone
751-7578
13630 VY. DIXIE HWY.
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR
RABBI J. A. GORFINKEL, Ph. B.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
18151 N.E. 19th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH

WILLIAM AND SARAH UDELL
HEBREW SCHOOL
REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS
FROM KINDERGARTEN TO
ADULT EDUCATION
DAVID MERMELSTEIN
Educational Director
Call 945-8712


Fridcv. August 29. 1969
*Jenist FhridFiaHn
Paqe 3-B
Rabbi Kronish Reports
On Mission To Israel
D, ...on Kronish returns to the
[pulpil of Tompk) Beth Sholom.
iMianii Beach, to officiate at the
lar.nua- "Show and Tell" servier of
Ihc i-'..'.relation Friday.night and
,, porl on his recent study mission
Israel. He "ill be assisted by
;,iit> David Conviser and Kabbi
j, in,.. Levy both at the Friday
light service and the services at
10:13 ; m Saturday.
This week's Bervice is designed
In acquaint n>'\v residents of the
ireatei Miami area with the fa-
tiiiti. t the congregation, which
b, loi t the Union of American
lebnv Congregations and has a
lurn membership of some 1,000
imilics. Rabbi Kronish. spiritual
ndei "i the Miami Beach syna-
|driii for the past 25 years, will
feted by Temple Beth Sholom
embers at an Oneg Shabbat fol-
ywinp the services, according to
(ngrc-gation president Jack Fink,
ho urged that all persons inter-
I'd in membership attend.
)urlng his trip, which included
dedication of the Elsie Bonetn
pdical Center at Ramlch (a proj-
of the Israeli Histadrut Coun-
of South Florida) Dr. Kronish,
|>o is a national vice president of
Istnnrut, met with key Israeli
t and government officials.
also took part in the annual
din!:,.t bi'twi-en American and
vai li leaden at the Technion in
I\o Mail on Labor Day
Labor Day will be observed as
' a national holiday at all postal in-
I stallations and most |>ostal em-
! ployecs will be given Monday off.
I Postmaster K. M. Dunlap has an-
| nounood. Then- will be no regular
mail deliveries by city or rural car-
riers and post offices will not be
open for business. However, there
will be special deHvery service and
mail will be distributed to post of-
fice boxes in all except the main
l>ost office, where the building is
to be tented by exterminators to
Hair.i a program sponsored by the I eradicate termites, and mail will
Menorah Honors
'Sir' Isaac Hirsch
The Temple Menorah board of
directors will host a Kiddush for
Isaac Hirsch following the Sab-
bath morning services. Mr. Hirsch.
who will be celebrating his 96th
birthday next month, has been a
member of Temple Menorah al-
most since its inception and has
contributed generously to the wel-
fare of the synagogue even during j
his years of "retirement."
Works of art, executed by Mr. I
Hirsch In metal and wood, adorn i
many parts of the temple and on
occasion ho reads the Torah or
loads the Bervice.
Rabbi And Youth
Discuss Problems
About 100 teenagers from 9th
through llth grades are expected
to meet at Temple Menorah Fri-
day at 6:30 p.m. to participate in '
a "Friday evening with the rabbi." |
The evening will begin with a Sab- j
bath service conducted by the ,
Schwartz
Courslion Named
President of Bank
Arthur H. C'ourshon. chairman
of the board of Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach, has. at the
unanimous request of the board,
assumed the office of president of
the bank, a seat left vacant by the
death of Thomas K. Mottola. who
had been president since its found-
ing.
Mr. Courshon, who is also chair-
man of the board of Jefferson Na-
tional Bank of Sunny Isles, and of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach,
is currently serving as president of
the National League of Insured
Savings and Loan Associations.
;?
erican Jewish Congress, which
Kionish also serves as national
president.
JW Sets Fall Meeting
The first fall meeting of the
pat> r Miami Section of the Na-
nal Council of Jewish Women
b< held at Jordan Marsh, 1501
cayne Blvd.. at 10 a.m. Wedncs-
(r, Mrs. Irving U'cxlcr, president.
announced. The agenda of the
board meeting will include
consideration of several im-
lam business items.
not be available to box holders un-
til approximately 8 a.m. Tuesday.
teenagers and the rabbi, followed [
by the traditional Friday evening'; Post Holiday DaiUc
meal in Temple Menorah's social
hall.
The "We Protest" session to fol-
low will give the youth an oppor-
tunity to express its dissatisfaction
with the adult world. The idea for
this study session grew out of a
discussion between the youth lead-
ers and Temple Menorah's spir-
itual leader. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz.
The Sisterhood and Brotherhood
of Temple Kmanu-Kl. Ft. Laudcr-
dale will sponsor an 8:30 p.m.
membership dance in the social
hall at 3245 Oakland Park Blvd.,
Saturdav. Sept. 27.
"Israel Today"
Lancelot Topic
Gerald Schwartz, past president
ol the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
L'rith. will s|>eak on "Israel To-
day" at 8:30 p.m. Monday, when lie
faces memliers of the Lancelot
Hall Social Club in a Ijibor Day
S( ssion to be held at 10330 W. Bay
Harbor Dr.; Bay Harbor Islands,
according to Herman Nudelman,
club president.
The meeting opens the 1969-70
season for the Lancelot Hall or-
ganization, of which Meyer Bern-
stein is vice president, Irving H.
Smith treasurer, and Ceil L. Smith
sc eretary. Emanuel Schwartz is
vice chairman of the board of di-
n ctors.
Mr. Schwartz, honorary presi-
dent of the Zionist Council of
South Florida who has for the last
four years served as coordinator of
the American Histadrut Develop-
ment Foundation's international
Mid-Winter Conferences, held each
February in Miami Beach, will
appraise the current Middle East
crisis in the wake of the fire which
gutted the El Aksa Mosque in Je-
' rusalem and of Iraq's execution of
, alleged "Israeli spies."
A partner in the public relations
j firm of Schwartz, Chernofsky and
Co., Mr. Schwartz was a long-time
member of the Miami Beach Plan-
; ning Board, and has been a mem-
ber of the city's Public Relations
I Advisory Board since 1961.
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In cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish
Education, the following Beach Temples are
planning for unified transportation to their
schools, and have all agreed to charge the
same annual hus fare for the school vear
1969-1979:
One Day a Week
Three Days a Week
Five Day (nursery)
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Then, register your child today in a Jewish school of your choice. There is a Jewish
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Our faces arc covered with pie please forgive our mistake.
The recipe for Apple Meringue Tortc in the July 11 issue
of The Jewish Floridian omitted the ingredients and some of the
directions. We can't explain it we think someone must have
I i len them. Below is the complete recipe for Apple Meringue
Torte. This apple torte is composed of three layers, the bottom
one of which, crusty and bursting with the flavor of the added
yolks, can be prepared .'head of time, the second and the
top prepared and added just before serving.
APPLE MERINGUE TORTE
Bottom Layer:
'i cup nun garine
3 egg yolks
c ip sugar
2'4 cups flo ir
'_ teaspoot vanilla
*s teaspoon baking powder
Middle Layer:
:_' big tai t apples
l tablespoon flour
1 t( aspoon cinnamon
Meringue:
3 egg w hiti s
'2 cup sugar
i]i Grease and flour a big spring-form; pre-heat oven to
350 degrees f2l Heat margarine, vanilla and egg yolks until
creamy; add dry ingredients, stirring well with wooden spoon.'
Two tablespoons water may be added if necessary. (3i Form a
ball. Dip your hands in flour before flattening the ball in the
spring-form and building a "wall" of dough around the edge. I4>
Bake in preheated oven 20 minutes, until crust is golden. (5)
Grate apples on a coarse grater, add flour and cinnamon and
mix. Spread on crust in spring-form. (6) Beat egg whites, add
sugar gradually, beating until stiff peaks form and all sugar is
dissolved. Spread over apple layer and bake in slow oven (230
degrees i abiut 25 minutes, until meringue is a nice golden-
brown.
A reader from New Jersey has asked for information about
Syrian Bread. We thought it might be of general interest, so we
share it with you:
Syrian Bread is a round, flat bread, composed of two layers
that form a pocket. The bread is soft, and is used and liked in
the Middle East and in Israel as well. Called Pita (Pat means
bread in Hebrew one of its common uses is to hold Falafel (the
small patties made of chickpeas* and it is also cut in small pieces
to be dipped in sauces or dips. Traditionally baked very primi-
tively on heated bricks in the desertPita today is made in
mo using processed flour and baking it in a modern oven.
SYRIAN BREAD PITA
2'-2 cups instant ized flour
2 packages active yeast
1 cup lukewarm water
1 teaspoon salt
(li Dissolve yeast in water, add flour and salt. Stir and
then knead lightly. Ix't dough rise in a warm place about one
hour. (2) Knead the dough again, divide into eight equal pieces.
Form small balls and place on floured wax paper to rise for
about 30 minutes. (3> Pre-heat oven to 500 degrees. (4> Draw
a circle 4 inches in diameter on a piece of wax paper. Flour the
paper and roll each ball to a circle, using drawing as a guide.
<5) Place four pito't on cookie sheet which has be;>n dusted with
flour. Bake in center of oven about three minutes, turn and bake
another three minutes. They should look puffed in the center
< the puffing separates the dough into two layers! and be off-
white in color with some spots of light brown. Remove and bake
the other four. Makes 8 Pito't.
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Vincent Lopez was guest of
honor at ;< cocktail party given
Sunday by Mrs. Quatave iiurt-
nian a! her Miami Beach resi-
dence. Mr. Lopez has had a long
association with Mrs. Hartman
and tho late Judge llartmun in
tin ir philanthropic endeavors in
New Yoik.
The arrival of Kiva Michelle,
born to Miivine and Chester Co-
hen at South Miami Hospital on
Aug. 7. makes I lie Irving Firtels
grandparents lor the first time.
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Before joining her husband.
who is in i tie Army Reserves,
Suzanne Petty, is s<>eiiding a few
days with her lather. K. Albert
Pallet, of 5529 Pine Tree Dr..
Miami Beach, who is chairman
of Miami's Beautification Com-
mittee, and enjoying a few
rounds oi golf with him.
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Not too crowded in the Great
Smokies this time of year." Mr.
and Mrs. Herb Delgoff reported
alter a trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn..
and Atlanta. Ga.. with their chil-
dren. Howard, lti. and Barbara,
14. A former city prosecutor of
Omaha. Neh.. Herb made an in-
teresting career-switch a few
years ago and is now president
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After a cruise to Ecrmuda,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waid of
Brooklyn. N.Y.. are bark at the
Sterling Hotel. Miami Beach.
where they're vacationing while
Mrs. Waid, honorary national
vice president of Mi/rachi \V( m-
en's Organization of America, is
meeting with local Mi/rachi
leaders.
* *
Frank and Myra Shear are
back at their new South Daoe
h< me after a trip abroad which
took them to London. Amster-
dam. Rome. Madrid. Lisbon and
the French Alps. In Rome, they
were feted at a party at Al-
fredo's, where they were served
fettucine by the host himself.
"But," says Myra. "tht highlight
of the trip was a hike and lifts
at Mt. Blanc in the Alps." The
Shears ran into s> veral friends
while they were away includ-
ing Miamians I.ou Wolfson, the
Morris l.,-\ itts and Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Orovltz.
* *
It is rare for the Ron Levitts
to separate on their travelsbut
while Geri Levitt motored with
Ruth (Mrs. Jay) Steinhardt,
Blanche (Mrs. Phil) Brass, Carol
(Mrs. liurold) Rosen, and Enid
(Mrs. .lack i Kamin to visit their
sons in camp in South Carolina.
Ron took daughter Lynn, 14. on
a tour of Yucatan. They visited
the Mayan ruins at Chi-Chen-
Itza and Uxmal, where they
climbed the towering pyramids,
dined in the jungle on wild ven-
ison, and then rounded out the
trip with more formal dinners
in si veral Spanish haciendas in
tho Yucatan capital of Merida.
Ron says Yucatan still is un-
spoiled by tourists and that he
did everything but wear a loin
cloth on tin jungle tn k.
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NORTH MIAMI
Shown are the wives of the interns, resi-
dents end ie:lows of Mt. Sinai Hospital
A-jxi.iary. In addition ;o meeting each other,
the wives were given a tour of the hospital
c.id information on housing and shopping
areas was supplied during the social hour.
Mrs. Murray Kern, auxiliary president sa.i
that this program, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Marvin Sackner, has been in etiez:
for several years.
Town Hall Forum Sel
"Israel: Today. Y i Ho|>eful Tomorrows" will be the
I topic cf The People Speak Town
i Hali Forums in the Washington
, Federal Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
! ington Avi Miami B Sept. 5. at 8p.m. On the pane! will
be author Leon J. El!. Mrs. Edyth
Goiger, board member of Friends
of the Hebrew University, and
chairman Chain-. Rose.
Lorber Chapter Of CAR1H Will Meet
The first meeting of the season
will be held by the Lorber Chapter
of the Children's Asthma Institute
and Hospital at Denver at 11 a.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 9. in the Sweden
House Restaurant on South Dixie
Highway.
Members will hear a "Girl Talk"
type of program, with a panel
composed of Mrs, Ernest Harris,
president of the South Florida
Council of CARIH. Lorber Chap-
ter president Mrs. Allen Abclson.
and Mrs. Edward Scharps, Lorber
Chapter's membership vice presi-
dent, all of whom attended the re-
cent convention in Denver.
Lorber Chapter wus honored
with four national achievement
awards at the convention, winning
first place for best chapter bulli -
tin. best publicity coverage !>; a
chapter, best original skit creat i
an! produced by ; chapter, a.-id
highest percentage of increas in
pin si by a chapter.
Broadcast Continue
The radio broadcasts of Sa'math
Eve sen-ices al Temple Israel of
Greater Miami will be resumed at
x p.m. Friday over radio station
UWPB-FM after being .,rf the air
during the sumrrn r. The e\ ,-ing
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
services win be broacasl from
vention Hall.
GET READY FOR
Pioneer Women
Schedule Meetings
The Sharon Chapter of P:o-
neer Wt mer will I. .;<; a card
party at 1 p.m. Wednesday in
the card room of 100 Linc^.n Rd.
-Mrs. Sam Davis is gro'..' prc.-:-
d< t.
* *
The opening meeting of t'luh 1
will he hi Id at 1 p m. Thursday
in the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave. Mrs. Robert
Garb,'.. i n sident, will pref

The Kiui.niah < hapt-er will
hold its installation oi officers
at 8 p.m. Thursday ir. the Fiesta
Room of the Everglades Hotel.
Mrs. Miiton Green will be tht in-
stalling officer; Mrs. Frtri Sar.d-
lei is the incoming president.
* *
The Betia Id-!son Chapter will
hold their first m ting of the
1969-70 season at r.ccn Wednes-
day. Sept. 10, in the Washington
Federal at 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs. Mich<: Gibscn, president,
will preside.
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Hospital Honors
Loval Employees
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will present awards at tlx
Employees Awan 3 Tea thi hos-
pital's auditorium en Wednesday.
Mrs. R081 La vine, assistant per-
sonnel director at the hospital.
wiil receive a special service pin
for her 16 years of uninterrupted
employment with the hospital.
Employees who will receive rec-
ognition for 10 or more years <:
service include Mary Lou Thode.
Anne Dericho. Mattie Sanford.
Cleo Holland. Sally Green, Donald
H. Altman. M.D., Louie Fields and
Anna Pekari.
Employee awards will also be
given to C!;ira Rodriguez, Rhoda
Davidowitz, Miriam Mike, Thomas
Glancy. Janie Morris, Barney
Whaley, Harry Ingiam ar.d Charles
R. Jacobson ior ^rvitf ranging
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THE WBBK THAT WAS
What h week preceded the Plaza Hotel wed-
ding of Dale, Hi > ol Mr. and M
Jeromi Rleger, and Kenneth, the son of Judge
and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman! At the bridal
shower luncheon given at the Grist Mill by
Mrs, Arthur Ross and Mrs. Joe Hyams, thi
colors were red and white, with little parasol
name raids and a big while lacy parasol under
which the shower gifts were placed. Among the
guests wen Mrs. Martin Kurzweil, Mrs. Norman
Holland, Mr-. Fred She'.don. Mrs. Charles Gor-
don. Mrs. sv!>il Mittman, Mrs. Charles Mutter,
Mis Eva Rieger, Mis. Paul Paulson and Mn
Dona Stern. I Everyone is always awed by the
foot-high strawberry cake. Thej shake their
heads and saj "I can't!" then, having done their
duly by protesting, they eat iu
Next came the traditional luncln on for the
bridal attendant al the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Samuels, given by Mrs. Samuels. Mrs. ('..
Stein and Mrs. Leonard Paul. The dessert, a
flower-pot lull oi ice cream with a flower stick-
ing up in the middle, was patterned after one
Irene Samuels was served at one of her pro-
nuptial parties 19 years ago. The wedding re-
hearsal at the Milton Friedmans gave the guests
a chance to inspect Sylvia's paintings, which fill
the house and are very good. Huge bowls of
flowers were everywhere, and a bounteous bullet
was served. (Wish I lived next door.'
Last, but not least, was the dinner for the
bridal party and out-of-towners given by Dr. and
Mrs. Melvin Becker. Mr. and Mrs David Cats-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fair, Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Rand, Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Rauzin and
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan in the private room
at Valenti'S, a little bit of old Italy, where the
wine is served in pitchers. Aaron Fair accom-
panied Judge Friedman on the piano lor a rendi-
tion ol their favorite song, "Embraceatole You.''
i.i choice which surely "dates" them' anil many
were the toast- made to the couple. Ron Fried-
man, broth.'i- of the bridegroom who is a tax
specialist in Los Angeles, gave the cutest. He
offered to give a two-hour s!>ccch on taxes, so
that the party could be deducted from the hosts'
income tax. But no one took him up on it. they
wire having too much fun. The following day
came the big moment, when Dale l>ocame Ken-
ney's bride, and after their honeymoon, they will
he Uving-happily-ever-aWer in Tulsa, Okla.
WHAT HAPPENED ON A TOITR
When .Jane Raff, a vice president of the
Indian-Islands Division of the National Council
of Jewish Women, went on a NCJW tour to
Israel and Greece and the islands thereabout,
she met a man from Jamestown. N.Y. Soon she
and Samuel Liisser will be married in a cere-
mony to take place in Rabbi Joseph Narot's
study. They plan to divide their time between
Mr. I.asser"s home in New York and Miami
Beach, and will bo back in this area about the
first of November.
HAPPINESS IS A DAI <;HTER-IN-I.AW
You mothers with sons can give any excuse
Mill want if your
son isn't as elose to you as
used to be. Its the wy your new daughter feete
,.,; decides the relationship you have with them
both. During the wond : M ,-hor and
I pecentlj spent with my son. Jere. and Ms w .
Shirlej "he convetsation turned somehow to tne
subjeel of divorces and alimony, and Shirlej saw
something very swe I -hat made me adore her
even more. "11 I was over to get a divorce, she
...id. ] wouldnt wan. alimony. I'd want custodj
of .lore's mother and grandmother. Isnl she a
darling?
STAY AT HUM I
Dr, Edward E
C, i'l r and his wife, Bay.
did
stay-at-homes this summer their children
ih, traveling, Patti is in Israel working on a
farm and loving every minute. Peter hid lots
i tell when he got home from Europe the other
3 a mi. His dad went to the airport to meet him
while his mothei was preparing a big breakfast.
and while he ate he filled them in on the details
of his trip behind the Iron Curtain, and told
BhOUt meeting Joan Snmet, first in London, then
in Paris. He li!d that.
THEY CELEBRATED
Marvin and Barbara Brown, who have tx'on
married 25 years went to Freeport with some of
their friends to celebrate. With Mr. ami Mrs.
Herb Peltzman, Mr. and Mrs. Si Pelt/man and
Mr. and Mis. Lmil Gurwetz, they did the whole
bit gambling, slot machines, dancing, eating
and even going for a swim in the pool at two
o'clock In the morning,
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF
PSYCHO LINGUISTICS
Whatever that means. That is the convention
that Dr. H.nl.in Lane, the son of Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, is attending in Prague as an official rep-
resentative of the United States. He is one of the
lecturer- at the convention, as well.
WHAT IS A IT MA\( III ?
This Fu Munchu is no! a Chinese restaurant
it is the decoration on Harvey Fan's face.
Harvey is Aaron and Myra Fair's "baby."
(Some baby'.t Not only is Harvey good in the
travel business, he has the reputation of being
able to lix a TV set just by looking at it .
almost!
PICTURES
Mrs. Sidney Bauer, who had just returned
from Charlotte. N.C., with all kinds of pictures
of her new grandchild -taken each day, from her
Drat day in the hospital until her first day at
homehad a captive audience at her beauty shop.
Pandora, which is mine, too. Mrs. Frank De Noia
and Mrs. Larrie Blasberg were making admiring
sottnds and I crept out from under the dryer
thiee times, myself until Margaret, the
"boss" told me, "Got back under and stay there!"
Parents of 7 lb.. 10 oz. Tracey Michele are Mrs.
Bauer's son. Michael, and his wife. Rita.
Frances Lehin
RABBI ZEV SCHOSTAK
JWV Auxiliary Active
Four members ol the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary Post 681,
Anne McCuller, Bertha Click. Eve
De Young and K.rma Miller, re-
,-, ntiv serviced the toll cart at the
Yet- rans' Hospital for the patii nts
who are not ambulatory. The Aux-
iliary's next meeting will l>o held
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Sept. 7, in
the home o! Anne McCuller.
Mt/sivta Enrolls
In 10th Grade Qji
Tl e M. slvta High >
<;:i ater Miami n ;,
high school division ol tl
Academy I will op n its
yi ar TueMfa t
roll' d in its 10th |
[i st in its right-y-i
Grundwcri ; i
a i ounced.
Mr. Gl oi'. Iv. i I
t he appoinl mi nl i i
stak to the faeuli
a nee counselor anil tea i
Sch< stak, who has I
ish school in Detroit
Yoi k am) hoi.is a ti ai h
from the Jewish F.ducali ( I
mittcc of Ni w York,
rabbinical ordinal ion al
Hebron Yi shiva :n Is
tained his M.A. degree i i
counseling from the Ui it; I
Detroit.
With an enrollment n
dents, the Mesh la Hi|
located at 1965 Alton l;
Bi ach, is the only II. bn v
si nior high school m the s
] offering a complete proi
I Hebrew and general St
Rabbi Berel Wcin, spiritu tl i.
er oi Beth Israel Congi cati
Miami Beach, is ehairniai
faculty ol the Mesivta; K ii
exander S. Cross is princii ..
Antique Car Show This Weekend
Rare automobiles over a mil- Variety Children's Hos
lion dollars w..rth of thi m will lie lit. shi W chairman Stevi V.
competing in the third annual An-
tique Car Show at Miami Beach
Convention Hal! Saturday anil
Sunday.
The program ol the two-day
announced, will include coi
i ntertainment, an < tldtiim .
Iume cunt. si. a giant Flea
and an awards banqui I
Sill lb illle Hotel.
TEMPLE ZiON
8000 Miller Road
"The Inrqrst Conservative Temple in the Southwest"
SERVICES BOTH DAYS OF
ROSH HASHONAH
AND YOM KIPPUR
Conducted by Rabbi Alfred rVaxman 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 F0>
PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS AND THOSE DESIRING TO OBTAIt.
TICKETS FOR THE HfGH HOLIDAYS.
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Spinoza Forum's
September Topics
The Spinoza Forum schedule for
S. ntemlier has been announced.
"What Your Skin Does tor You" is
the lopie for Sept. 4; set for Sept.
11 is "The Jewish New Year."
'.Muscular Ach's and Pains. How
to Avoid Them" will be discussed
on Sept. 18. and the lecture topic
for Sept. L>5 is How to Deal With
Your Tensions."
All meetings are from 10 a.m.
until noon in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Avc.. Miami
Beach. Lecturer is Dr. Abraham
Wolfson; Thomas Davidoff gives a
brief biography of a great |>erson-
ality at each session. Ralph Bur-
strin Ls chairman of the group.
Menorah Parents Set Supper Party
"Bringing Up Barents" is thi
theme for the parents' supper par-
ty at Temple Menorah Sunday
evening. A humorous critique will
In- offered by Rabbi Mayer Ahram-
OWitZ, utilizing anecdotes from Art
Linkletter to Sholem Aleichem.
The supper party will enable the
parents of Menorah to meet with
the rabbi, the principal, teachers.
and other parents before the start
of the school year. Common prob-
li ms will be shared by the parents
ol nursery school. Hebrew school
and Sunday school children.
A medley of "folk songs new
and old" will be presented by Miss
Rose Byrum, formerly of the Met-
ropolitan 0|K'ra, and the audience
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
CONSERVATIVE
Se! chos Services Midnight Sept. 6
ROSH HASH AN AH SEPT. 13 and 14th
YOM KIPPUR SEPT. 21 and 22nd
RALPH CARMI, RABBI LEON SEGAL, CANTOR
Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mitrvan and Pre-Confirmation Classes
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP It CtUOFS HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION.
FOR SEAT RESERVATIONS CALL DAILY,
TEMPLE OFFICE PI 1-6791 or PL 7-1831
StATS AVAILABLE FOR TNE HIGH HOLY DAYS
will be invited to "sing along" on
s.me of the old time favorites, He-
brew and English.
Parent hosts lor the nursery
school are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sie-
gi l. Mrs. Elyse Hearon and Mrs.
Louise Brownstein. Representing
the Hebrew school will be Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Steckler, Mr. and Mrs.
| Henry Weinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Jay
iGlushakow and Dr. and Mrs. How-
ard Weinstock, Dr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Talisman will be hosts for the
Sunday school.
The officers of the Parents of
Menorah who planned and organ-
ized the supper party are Mrs.
Mimi Rosenberg, president; Mrs.
Bertha Gin/burg, chairman of the
board; Mrs. Ethel Borons, Mrs.
Jetta Friedman and Mrs. Ida Be-
har, vice presidents; Mrs. Marvon
i Mund, secretary, and Mrs. Annette
Wallman, treasurer. The trustees
ol Parents of Menorah are past
presidents Mrs. Belle Jurkowitz
and Mrs. Florence I.elchuk.
Hatikvuh Ladies Meet
Hatikvah Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women Of Florida, will hold iK
regular monthly meeting at 12:45
pm. Tuesday, Sept. 16, in the
Morion Tower- Restaurant. Guesl
spe iker will i>- Mrs. Arthur Hor-
wit/., second vice president of
HEBREW ACADEMY
of GREATER MIAMI
Will Moid
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
In its AIR CONDITIONED Auditorium
At 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and MURRAY BERKOWITZ
will officiate
Seats are Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Phone: 532-6421


[Friday, August 29, 1969
*Jenisti fforSdliairi
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Shcrma and Bernie Stone en-
kned about a hundred of their
frit :,,ls this past Saturday eve-
run- al their South Dade home
tB announc? the engagement of
th> daughter, Terrll, (Terri, to
her friends i to Marvin Tharp,
^tidin she met at North Caro-
lin.'i State, where they are lx>th
tic nts.
< rri chose a sleeveless silk
%," dress in a soft beige color
the party. A Kold jeweled
d WM featured at its empire
st. Her mother's white silk
las.se skimmer with silver
llfte interwoven in the fabric
a neckline in the modified
lMa style and a cascade of
: rhinestone buttons down
lront. Ricklic, her younger
i chase a satin pants en-
ie the color of iced coffee,
s. Eddie Da vies had selected
\ silk-and-niohair with jewel
pink was also the color
of Mrs. Larry Marks.
e jewel trim was at the
ed neckline. Mrs. Maurice
am's yellow silk chiffon
red an o|jon floating coal
a sheath and small epau-
ot Iridescent yellow ge-
A multi-color print in the
style w.is seen on Mrs.
Miller. Judge Max Swann's
was in the classic black-
andviii'e coloi- combination.
*n>e long-sleeved dress in a
niodiliiil shirtwaist style worn
by Mrs. I'..'irrir.l Jay was made
of white silk or^an/a interlaced
silver lame. Mrs. Leo
chose a pants ensemble
pmbn d gi e* n print. Tur-
and white was combined
piint jacket dress worn by
I Lex Th" choice ol Mrs.
Phillips was a pink silk
lepefwith a decollete ruffled
l< cklfcle.
Mrs. William Harris wore a
ink muviiasln I A-line skimmer
with white embroidery at in
neckline and on the bodice. Tur-
quoise was the color choice of
Mrs. Charles Harris, whose
sleeveless dress had a scooi>cd
neckline. Mrs. Teddy King's
bone silk linen featured hand
embroidery. Mrs. Frank Geraci
chose silver lame with a cowl
neckline of silver satin.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz topped
her sleeveless silk matelasse
sheath the color of champagne
with a hip-length jacket. The
ruffles on Mrs. Howard Miller's
White silk organ/a were edged
with black. Mrs. Richard Hor-
wich combined peacock blue and
white in her cocktail ensemble
the jacket of which was edged in
white satin. Mrs. Sidney Kaplan
chose a lutecia colored silk skim-
mer with a self-fabric bow at
the neckline. Mrs. Myron Hor-
Witz' pink silk worsted featured
rhinestones around the neckline
and down I hi' front of the bod-
ice. A sleeveless white silk bro-
cade was the choice of Mrs.
Marvin Pearlman.
A double row of rhinestones
trimmed the neckline of the
White pique worn by Mrs. Joseph
Katz. Mrs. Irving Simson was
in a multi-colored silk organza
With a soft blouson bodice. Mrs.
Julian Kurlander's black silk
featured a bib effect, In both
front and back, of jet sequins.
White pleated pants in the wide,
wide cut were toppeil with an
Iced tangerine blouse by Mrs.
Leonard Kringold. Mrs. Edward
Brown's white silk pants en-
s( mble feat in ed a double row of
white fringe on the tunic top.
White Clooney lace was seen on
Mrs. Joe Sii gi I. The one-piece
gold lame pants with gold satin
sash at the waistline seen on
Mrs. Ralph Novak had a deep
dccolletage ending in small but-
tons
4 Students Named
To 1-Year Terms
On llilk-l Board
STARLIGHT, Pa, (JTAl
Jewish college youth have gain-
ed voting representation on the
policy board of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation. Four under-
graduates, elected from an as-
sembly of 230 students at the
week-long I fill, I summer insti-
tute at Camp B'nai B'rith here,
will serve one-year terms as vot-
ing members of Hillel's national
commission.
The action was instigated in
March when the commission
mi t with a representative group
of Jewish activists from 32 cam-
puses and leaders of 27 national
Jewish organizations. The stu-
dents, who were asked to com-
ment on the "Jewish establish-
ment" voiced criticism of their
"disenfranchised status" and the
failure of the organized commu-
nity to include the student gen-
eration in its decision-making
structures. The decision was
made at that time to allow the
college youth to join the policy
: board.
Students from 110 American
j and Canadian schools partlcipat-
i ed in the summer institute. They
were asked to devise a procedure
. for future elections that can pro-
: vide for broader student repre-
sentation among the undergrad-
uate commissioners, including
that of students not formally af-
filiated with the Hillel move-
ment.
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn.
1 Hillel's national director, said
i the purpose of the move is "for
the students themselves to de-
termine how they'll choose their
representatives. The proportion
, of students who will sit with the
Commission as voting members
will Increase substantially," he
said.
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TEMPLE BETH TOV
(Conservative!
6438 S.W 8th Street
REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW
& SUNDAY SCHOOL
under supervision of
RABBI SIMON APRIL
Sundays Evenings
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Membership Inquiries Invited
44/-9411 661-7975
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REV. RICHARD BROWDY, CANTOR
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Proudly announces that it is accepting applications for mem-
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taken now. Daily Minyan mornings and eveningr. .
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EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.
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bj the holdover of "Daddy's Gone
A-Hunting," will begin its run on
Friday at the Miracle. 163rd Street
and Cariyle Theatres.
Also opening Friday is "Run
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about B boy and a colt with Mark
Lester and John Mills, at the
Palm Springs and Boca Raton
Theatres.
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and Cod Forgh I Don't," an
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day .it the Boulevard, Coral Way,
27th Avenue and North 1
Drive-ins in Miami and Ft. 1. I-
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Blvd. Drive-ins.
The protest film "Greetings" is
al the Sunset and Mayfair Th< a-
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Miami Beach, Florida
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Friday, August 29, 1959
uvi n r-Kahn
A-RS. ROBERT STEVEN BARUSCH
Bt.rusch-Glmson
KUtn Linda Glasson and Robert
Steven Barusch were united in
marriage at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel on Saturday,
July 19. Rabbi St< ven Jacobs offi-
ciated at the double-ring ceremony
which was followed by a reception
and dinner at the hoti I.
Presently a teacher in the Dade
County Public School System, the
bride, whose parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Glasson, 5960 SW 62nd
Pi.. South Miami, graduated from
Cc:e! Gables Senior High School
and received her Bachelor ol Edu-
cation degree from the University
01 Miami, wh n she was a member
of Sigma Delta Tau social sorority.
Htr husband also graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School.
The son of Mr. and .Mrs. Edward
Barusch. 504 Ponci aV Leon Blvd.,
Coral Gables, h served with the
L'nii :d Stati s I "oasl Guard ;iit 1
attending iami-Dadi Junior Col-
lege,
The full length whiti orj anza
gown chosi by th< bride for her
v.. tiding was trimmed with V<
lace and pink satin ribbon. Her .
: al-ll :.;.'. \t il < t silk Mil- ;
s. was hi Id by a band ol fn sh
pink sweetheart roses, stephanotis
and baby's breath which mate 1
hei bridal bi | 1
- Caron l. fl sisti r ol th<
1 servei Iron of hoi or;
th< ide's s Barl ara Glasson
was maid 0 1 and K
K .... v. as brides
in Ltl sir\ d his 1 1 I
- I ai Michai Li fl
;. .. ai onto ushi red,
hor.t; 01 spi nl in Ja-
n ai ywtd 1 oupl< is li\ -
b. s. imi.
Fink-Green
Martha Jane Green, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Grevn.
5380 SW 64th Ave., and Samuel
: Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Fink of Memphis, Tenn.,
inited in marriage at noon
-- \ 24, in the Algiers
Hotel. Rabti Steven Jacobs per-
;,;,.,,: tin double-ring ceremony,
. followed by a reception
:it the hotel.
i 1 ... who wore a Victorian
1 (i gi v. 1 of ivory silk organza
...: overall tracery of re-
, 1, AI encrust-
iv.ii I pearls, was attended
lier sisti r> bi Gi 1 n, as maid
,! honor, and hi r sister-in-law,
Ki m 111 Gre< itron of
: lesmaids were Sher-
Fink. Martha 1 i Istein, Laurie
S< gi i and Jean Raskin
Jami s Fink serv I as his broth-
r's best man and the ushers were
Ki nneth Grei n, Charles Green.
cse
Lewis Weiss and Jeff Marks
An ong the honored guests were
thi groom's grandmothers, Mrs.
Vetta Vaiiee oi Memphis, and Mrs.
\ettii Feit. I of New Orleans, and
thi bride's grandparents, Miami
Ben. 1 residi nts Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
S. Kohn.
Air I a honeymoon trip to New
York, thi new Mr. and Mrs. Fink
tki up n sidi nee in Knox-
\Hie. Tenn., where both are stu-
dents pt the University of Ten-
E. Allen Becker
IMS. MURRAY M. COHIS
Cohen-Belkin
Rabbi Morris Kipper officiated
Sunday. Aug. IT. at tnc marriage
of Helena Judith Belkin and Mur-
ray M. Cohen.-which took place in
, Temple Jud^a, Cora! Gables.
A graduate of Cora! GabW
Senior High School ami the Craw-
i ford Long School of Nursing. At-
1 lanta. Ga.. the bride is the daugh-
1 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Belkin,
. 3600 An lerson Rd.. Cora! Gables.
The bridegroom, who graduated
from "Oxford at Emory" and
Georgia Tech, with a degree in
aeronautical engineering, is a
member of Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma
Gamma Tau and Tau Beta Pi. He
is th-> son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Cohen of Macon. G.t.
A gown of candlelight peau de
soie trimmed with lace was the
bride's choice for her wedding.
The bride's sister, Marilyn Bel-
kin. was her maid of honor: the
brid smaids Incl led another sis-
ter. Adrianne Belkin, Adrienne
T ndrlch, Mrs Carol Epstein and
Mrs. Bernte Grabtowsky, Karen
Cohei as .' girl.
Lesl r Coh :--.;
a- h -i Allen Bitl
Bernie Grab! >v sk; -'. :
and I ier.d,
Block-Berman
,:, Rae Herman and Louis
Stuart Block made their marriage
Aug. 16. in a candlelfeM
B ,r Beth David G
";"- were '".'"
and inner In
hcnoi 1 :; I '
Ti, ;..; 1.. a graduate of Coral
,. / 100I and the
,. jU ,rida. wh re she
was >: the lean's list and the
si [ent's honor roll >s ""'
, ., ,| Mr. ind Mrs. Alfred
[, b : 1 Miami. She is pres-
mpl,, 1 as a special educa-
tion' teacher at Iroquois Junior
High School, Des Plaines. III.
Her husband, tne son of Mrs.
Henry Shane of Miami Beach and
George Block of Wilmington. Did., :
is a graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
I lor High School, and graduated
' with honors from the University of
Florida, v. here he was president of
i Pi Mu Epsilon mathematics hon-
! orary. and made the dean's list and
the president's honor roll. A mem-
ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi
Kappa Phi scholastic honoraries. |
! he received a graduate fellowship
from Northwestern University,
where he will be working towards
his doctorate in mathematics.
For her wedding the bride wore
a gown of white reembroidered
Alencon la'--- beaded with seed
trails and cut crystal beads over
peau s ie. Sh was attended by
the gr >)!- sister. Idelle Block.
r-
:-. : : 111 ; I ij
to Jam ki :a and P
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in At. tnta Ga
'Miss United Fund'
Selection Sept. 19
Fund" will bi
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1969 United Fund campaign on
Sept 19, according to the event's
cochairmen, WGBS news director
Bai.y Shefl and Arnie Wan.
also from WGBS.
P.iliminaries have bo-n held.
thi alis- girls betwi n
18 and 23, will b>
jud| l which will in-
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Linda Go dsmith; Paul Brookshin
editor Of thi .c mth Dade News
' Louis< Riley. of Riley Fin-
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Joai Nil Isi.- M Hal ol The Miami
News, .iini pul relations coun-
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Friday. August 29, 19S9
+Jewist RkrHictn
Pags 9-B
1
I
4kTjrides and C^j
MRS. SUXNLR HAROLD STERNSTEIN
Sternstein-ISicholas
The marriage of Daylc Nicholas
and S i Harold Stcrnstein was
sol' mniz< d at Temple Or Olom on
Sunday. Aug. 24. with Rabbi
Phineas A. VViborman officiating.
Th< bi ?. who was educated in
Japan and Alaska as well as the
United S ates. is the daughter of
Maj. (X1 i and Mrs. Robert Watts
Nich" las Jr.. 8341 SW 19th St.
She ati: lied Bartram School for
Girls, Ja< sonville. and graduated
from M f> Tii-Dade Junior College.
Form* I '> < mployed by the Dade
Count) Welfare Department and
1 Vi I.....M Administration Hos-
pital, .-r'-. 3 a member of the Coun-
trj Cllil Coral Gables, belongs
lo its th .tor group, and is also
;i pn t ;ial singer and guitarist.
Pn i y employed as a dental
an, the bridegroom, who
has scrv. in the U.S. Air Force.
attended liami-Dade Junior Col-
ii' University of Missis-
ppi )'- s the son i Mrs. Yona
Sternstcin. 9S1 NE 169th St.. and
the kit* lax Stwnstein.
A fli" i ngtn satin and chiffon
gcwi \ seed in-arl and lace'
trim train of lull-- was the ;
bi i''.' .' e for hei wedding. Her |
vi il ol tehing tulle was held by
ji c i i i pearls an I she can ied
;i i...... while rosebuds with I
ffathi whit.' carnations and
U!j -o i .alley.
Tin l n !al attendants were Mrs.
T! ogli matron of honor.
[ami i : -laid Janet Aspler; the
b Kai' :i Ma; :> <">_.
|as girl.
skowitz served as best
Brian; '.: groom's brother. Rabbi
Kcdalia Stcrnstein, Bruce Zipper
.Pi Hi I Spiegel ushered.
Aftei ending their honeymoon
Tin Mia Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
fcternstei/i will reside in North
Miami B-.ach,
rooms
Seigel'Fish mati
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
iated at th" marriage Sunday,
Aug. 3. in Temple Menorah of
Thunton Siohue Fishman and Lee
SeigeL A reception honoring the
n 'wlyweds followed at the Crystal
Ho .
T h w i Is the da
I of M ind Mrs. Da id '' ihm in
oi 7573 E. Treasure Dr., a" i
the Ellis Sen >l I N w-
ourgh, N.Y.. and is a gtaduat il
May r Fashion School of D sign
In N \ ...
The I rroom, son cc. Mrs.
H I S( ig I and the late Phillip
Selg : ittended Miami-Dai' Jun-
I lor 'ollege and Is the former own-
er of a boutique in Coconut Grave.
After a New York honeymoon,
the newlyweds plan to open a
boutique there.
Schulner-Leidner
A double-ring, 7:30 p.m. cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Gerald
Klein in Temple Kmanuel, Dallas,
Tex., Saturday, Aug. 9, united
Diane Hope Leidner. the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. Leid-
ner of Dallas, and Michael Charles
Schulner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Schulner, 630D Leonardo St.,
i Coral Gablrs in maniage.
A senior at the University of
Texas, where she is majoring in
art, the bride, who graduati d from
Hillcrest High School, is a member
ol Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Her
husband attended the University
1 Florida and graduated from the
University of Miami.
For her wedding, the bride chose
-i gown of French organdy with
appliqued flowers and a stand-off
collar. Her veil was an heirloom.
The groom's sister. Karen Schul-
! ner was maid of honor for the
| bride. Michael Barr served as best
, man for his cousin; Dennis Singer
ushered.
The couple will live in Austin.
Tex., following a honeymoon trip
to New York City.
Channing-Schneider
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the 8:30 p.m. ceremonies unit-
ing Susan Joy Schneider and Joel
B. Channing in marriage Saturday,
Aug. 16, in the Fontainebleau Ho-
MRS. MICHAEL CHARlES SCHUINER
tel. A recepti n followed in the
hotel's Grand Ballroom.
The bride, whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Schncidi r. 1000 N.
Snore Dr.. Miami Beach, gradu-
ated from Miami Beach Senior
High School and Boston Univer-
sity. Her husband, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jules P. Channing. 1095
j N. Shore Dr.. Miami Beach, also
rs a Miami Beach St nior High
i School graduate. He attended the
University of Florida. Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology and
the University of Miami. An archi-
Wernor-K&htt
MRS. ML B. CHANNING
ttct, li' i.-' a partner in the firm of
Channing and Channing.
Mrs. Bart Notowitz served as
I matron of honor for the bride, whej
-as also attended by bridesmaids
Mrs. Harold Gaffin. Mrs. Stanley
Riskin, Mrs. Steven Brent and Miss
Karen Wi nig.
J( n Howard Channing was best
man; Lloyd Schneider. Harold
Gaffin, Lawrence Feldman and Dr.
Jerome Sheldon ushered.
All a wedding trip to Europe,
the cow le will live at 946 Bay Dr.,
Miami Beach.
K. Allen Bi kee
MRS. Lit StKSL
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l^ y*>ars of ige or over Boys and
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MISS MNt CAROl MALAVSK*
Irene Malavsky.
Ilerschel Handler
Engaged To Wed
The engagement of Irene Carol
" .alavsky to Herschel Handler has
been announced by her parents.
F.abbi and Mrs. .Morion Malavsky,
Is 3-129 Washington St.. Hollywood.
Thi- bride-elect, whoso tathor is
s-Jiritual loader of Temple. Both
Shuloni in Hollywood, and whoso
grandfather is Rabbi Jacob Hand-
]< r of Providence, R.I.. is an
honor graduate of both the Ho-
I row Academy of Greater Miami
and Nova High School. Ft. Laud-
ilale. Presently an honor student
in a combined program at Colum-
i.i University and the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
in New York, she will graduate
with a R.S. degree from Columbia
in May, 1970. and will receive her
Bachelor of Religious Education
gree in June, 1971.
The prospective bridegroom, a
graduate of Yeshiva University
with a B.A. degree in psychology,
..ill attend Yeshiva University's
V.'iir/woilor School for Social
oik on a fellowship awarded to
Linda Siegel And
Philip Spiegehnan
Set Wedding Dale
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Siegel,
1233 102nd St., Hay Harbor [8
inn unce the engagement of their
daughter, Linda Sue, to Philin .'.
I elman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maxw II Spiegelmaw** New York.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
lot High School, the bride-elect is
a studi in at Hofstra University on
Long Island, where sin- is working
toward a degree in speech and ele-
mentary education. Her fiance is
also attending Hofstra University,
where he is majoring in finance.
An engagement party honoring
the couple will be given Sept. 6
by the bride's parents.
A Doc. 20 wedding in the l-'on-
tainebleau Hotel is planned.
him by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, and will also study
toward ordination. While working
on his Master's degree, ho will
serve as director of youth at the
Laurelton Jewish Center. Queens,
N.Y.
The couple plans to marry in
November.
Galil Unit Will Host
M.B. Symphony Artists
Barnett Bret skin, conductor of ',
the Miami Beach Symphony Or- '
chestra, and the performing artists ,
featured :n a special Rodgers and
Hammerstein "pops" concert at
8:15 p.m. Sunday in the Miami
Beach Auditorium, will be guests .
at an after-concert party hosted
by the Galil Chapter of the Miz-
rachi Women of America in the
auditorium. ;
Chairmen for the event are Mrs.
Joel Dennis. Mrs. Louis Fuehs and
Mrs. Stewart Gross. Mrs. Max Ro-
thenberg is president of the group.
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eye-level oven for electric baking and broiling. Features:
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featuring indoor bar-b-q plus grill and griddle. .
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Friday. August 29. 1969
*Jml$ti fk>riidliiairi
Faqe 11-B
Shewn at a high-level conferencs in Paris between top
American Jewish community leaders, the Chief Rabbi of
France, officials of Air France, and an Israel leprcsentative
are, left to right, Henri Marescot. vice president and general
manager, North and Central America Division, Air France;
Mrs. Max Schenk, president of Hadassah; Georges Gali-
chon, chairman of the board of Air France; Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan, Chief Rabbi of France, and Avraham Primor,
press officer of the Israel Embassy in Paris. Also attending
the gathering were Rabbi Herschel Schacter, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations; Jacques Torczyner, president of the Zionist
Oiganization of America; Rabbi Alexander Schindler, vice
president. Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Ye-
huda Hellman, executive director, Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Organizations; Jacques Decamps,
assistant general manager for commercial affairs, North
and Central America Division, Air France; Roland J.
Hawkins, regional manager, U.S.A., Air France, and Mrs.
Nina Robinson, consultant to Air France.
Complete Holiday
Dinners Offered
By ( onliiH iihil
The Continental Kosher (' it< i -
irs of Miami arc luriiin this \ 'ar
offering Greater .Miami's house-
wives fin &ppoflilm'fty i<> 01
romnkto, full-course, traditional,
holiday take-out dinners.
< 'onsisting of choice of ap|M tizer,
'. main course, vegetables and
dessert, the regular dinners ma>
hi supplemented by other holidav
items such as cocktail knishes,
stuffed cal bage, potato and noodle
tidings, stuffed derma, honey
:,nd sponge cakes and homemade
ehallahs,
I >' ml line for ord< 1 ing has 11 n
s. i for Monday, Scot. S; ord( rs are
I to he picked up between i) a.m. and
noon on Friday, Si pi. 12.
Thi re will be free delivery on
large ordi is, Mr. and Mrs. Emory
Green, owners and operators of
the Continental Caterers, have an-
nounced. Order blanks may be ob-
tained by calling Continental Cat-
erers,
WAREHOUSE
SALE
FURNITURE
Building Salvage, Plumbing,
Electrical, Stoves, Refrigera-
tors, Washers, Rugs, Bedding,
Chests, Tables, lamps, Every-
thing for the House. Doors,
Windows, Cabinets. All Gu-
aranteed Dealers Invited.
9-6 7 Days a Week. Two lo-
cations 13701 N.W 27 Awe.,
685-1571, 7S26 N.W. 7 Ave.
20 ACRES
GOOD HIGH LAND WEST
OF STATE ROAD 27.
$1600 PER ACRE
GOOD TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krome, Homestead
247-0857,
247-8788
NORTH
CAROLINA
5 ACRES ONIY S2250
VACATION H0MESITES,
Hendersonville-Asheville Area
beautiful high mountain pro-
perty. Excellent terms. Call
or write R. Moio, phone
446-3666, 326 Menores,
Coral Gables, Flu., Leon M.
Newman, Realtor, 2101 Pon-
ce, Coral Gables, 444-1681.
CHOICE VALUES
14' 'SI IIESE1 TMWL-
in yacht, Volvo Penti 190 H.P.
Very low hcuis, sleeps 6. .$33,000
)!' *|| cc MMIUIEI
FMF.twin CC 210 H.P.'s FWC. V-
8, less than 100 hours, sleeps 6,
mitral Cruisairs.........$35,000
IT "58 FFSMU Dhpljce-
trrrt cruiser, single FopJ Banr di-
es* G-Cyl. FWC 108 HJ. Sleeps
4-1 A tailorman'i cruiser .fisher-
man with deep sea capabili-
ty.....................522500
37'-'II ESS HMOl.twi*
Cummins detsels DCFB. A yacht
tor the real sportsman.....551,000
J7 'SO MERRITT SF with
Tuna Towit, twin 277 H.P. Sea-
masters FWC, A teal fishing ma-
cHne...................JJ3.000
39' -86 AVENGER FB, Mil S3S
Chryslers (new) 300 H.P. Mar-
ina.re. Sleeps 6. Will tfade.539,500
4J' 'IS ESS H1RSIR FD.twin
FWC engines with less than 200-
hours. Cus'om interior, Air-Cond.
Asking..................$67,500
' ft KYSOVUH Custom SF
with FB. Twin Chrysler gas en-
gines, 300 H.P. each FWC. Air*
Cond..................$63,500
41' >U CNRIS CMFT FWC
engine* and auxiliary generator,
DC with a Trumpy interior. Mint
wditio.i................$39,000
48' -54 UIX. T8WL,109 H.P.
Grays, gas '65. FWC. 6-CyU full
headroom, sleeps 7. A very light
and aiiy_v3cht...........$75,000
' V CHRIS CRAFT ROW-
ER, twin GM 6-71 inclined diesels.
Sleeps 7. Cruisaire, stereo, color
TV......................$62,900
50 "52 CHRIS CRAFT DC with
hardtop, twin 200 H.P. Chris Crafts
rebuilt '65, sleeps 8.......$22,200
51' '87 PACEMAKER FD, very
light use, Air-Cond., radar, wet
bar, extended hardtop. She looks
and smells like brand new.$89.00O
"55 '61 CHRIS CMFT FD COR-
NIC with extended hardtop, twin
GM 8-71's. 320 H.P. Marine Air-
Cond, loaded............$6O.C00
Open Mon thro Frr. 9-5, Sit. 9-12
Sun. and Sat. pra appointment only
IDEAL FOR
SCHOOL
5 Bedrooms 5 baths luxury
home on 5 to 30 acres, near
Homestead, ideal for school
or group, exjtra houses if
needed, (might lease).
CAll 238-6277
YACHTSMEN
Prime ocean access lot on St.
luck River midway between
ocean inlet and yacht club
in General Development's
Pert St. Lucie, ready for
building in late '69. Present
owner must change plans as
business requires move to
Bahamas, $17,900 Mr. Kruse
a! 625-O06V.
m
ADMIRALTY
3?0I S.W. Slil. ftead M
H. liiilinlili, Ml.
UuJ.
HEY
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SEE ODR COMPLETE
LINE OF
SEABIRD BOATS
"DADI COUNTY'S ONIY
SEABIRD DEALER"
V-185
TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
KINDLY CONSULT
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17091 BISC8TRE RllB.
845-5288
WATERWAY HOME
Coral Gables luxury. Decora-
tor Furn. (Complete incl 24'
Boat) 20x40' pool. S35.000
dn. or negotiable securities.
Full pr. $95,000.
SOUTHLAND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Coral Gables 444-4631
Bob Wilder (Assoc.)
INVESTORS AND
BUILDERS
Codec; S35C c month rent
from t houses. Build 6 new
houser on 51'xlOO' lot, quiet
residential area oi SW 64
Ave., neat Bird Rd., low
down pay men,, new listing,
don't miss this. Act now.
Call Mr. Eno, assoc, 666-2655
residen;.
KEYES CO. 44th Year
ftEAITORS
357 Miracle Mile
Phone 443-7423
Dry Cleaning
WHAT
business offrrs you the key
to independence and finan-
cial security?
WHERE
can you get the finest, most
automated equipment, com-
prehensive training program,
advertising program, plant
layout and work-flow sys-
tem, hudrjet control and con-
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HOW?
may you feel safe and con-
fident in choosing 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-NOW
Is The Best Time To Get
THE ANSWER!
BETTY BRITE
DRY CLEANING
FRANCHISES
Choice Locations Available
NOW in Hollywood,
Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano
Oil or Write:
BENMARC
EQUIPMENT CO.
1200-F N E. 151 Street
Miami, Florida
(305) 945-3677
COOL-AID
|~STEWArV WARNER j
SALES& SERVVCE""
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION
COOL-AID SERVICE INC.
235-2950
8792 S.W. 131 STREET
JOHN DONNELL YACHTS,IN!
^D
1550 HE. 115th St.
Ho. Miami, Florida
PHONE
945-6286
EXCLUSIVE DEALER
GRAND BANKS DIESEL CRUISERS
OUTSTANDING BUYS!
$ 4.50 PER FOOT "FULL SERVICE"
NEED 7,200 SQ. FT. SUITE OF OFFICES?
Ft. Lauderdale Prestige Location
In the heart of the
"SHfe Sunrise Shopping Area"
Entire second floor Elevator
Private parking Central Air
conditioning and heat Surrounded
by banks, post office, swank stores,
stock brokers, restauarnts and
theatres the Intracoastal and the
beach.
Ask for Mr. Edwards or Mr. Spencer
Anaconda Realty Co., Brokers
1776 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Lauderdale 523-1411 Miami 945-0451
THE WOOIDS^
Garden Apartments
~ 1 and 2 bedroom with balcony from $165
Renting For Nov. '69
Natural unspoiled setting ^""
bordering Greynolds Park
e j .Jfie^ Carpeting --
Cond. ,* l
fji Dnhwoihcr -
Appliance! by ^59? Pool and Recreation Bldg
Rental Offices on Premises
Open 10 A.M. 5 P.M. daily including Sun.
21TS N.E. 173rd St., North Miami Inch 949-3431
Air
?? CONSIDERING GOING PUBLIC ??
GET THE STRAIGHT FACTS WITHOUT OBLIGATION ON:
1. START UP COMPANIES
2. OPERATING COMPANIES
CAU: UNDERWRITING CONSULTANTS, INC.
Phone: 30S-7S4-5716 or write Box 1171, Miami, 33138
OCEANFRONT HIGH RISE SITE
Over 700 feet oceanfront. Sewers
water ready to go &!&
500 ACRES
can be zoned for a trailer park, golf course,
shopping center, apt. complex.
Call Milt Adler. Assoc.
GENE SNYDER t CO., REALTORS
S47-3566 Miami 527-4882 Broward


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v-JenM* flrridiain
Friday, August 29, 1969
Happenings
A g. 29 sailing date ol tRe
i Amerllcsnia from
r Y. ik wUI enable its pas-
ra to spend the Rosh Ha-
ida/s In the Holy
. asil C. Zacharis, owner's
i rescntativi and vice presi-
i i of (hindris Llnea has an-
nounced. The vessel is schedul' d
to arrive in Haifa the morning
o; Sept. 12.
a
Postmaster General Wintoii
1*1. Mount has advised that Na-
tional Regional Management Se-
lection Boards arc now Cull) or-
g .,.,(i and ready to r> commend
i! pointments of postmasters on
a merit basis, with first consider-
ate :i to career employees. Miami
Postmaster E. M. Donlap has
1 -. n appointed to the- Atlanta
};. gi na] s i ction Board.
* .' *
At the- annual Grand I
Convention of Elks in Dallas,
Grand Exalted Ruler Fnuw ***
appointed the Honorable Daniel
G. Satin as Deputy Grand Ex-
alted Ruler of the South Florida
District.
*
Oto Premincer has arrived In
Naples. Fla.. to complete his
new picture, "Tell Me That You
Low Me. Junie Moon." starring
Liia Minnelli, Ken Howard and
Robert Moore, on location.
* *
Ronald A. Upton, president of
Dace Federal Savings and Loan

EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE
ON
BRITISH and EUROPEAN CARS
CUSTOM AR CONDITIONING
Sales Partt Service
ALFA ROMEO
ferrari Maserati
Lamborghini
4537 Pence De leon
661-2547
Associati n of Miami, has an-
nounced the election i>t Robert
j Cllekenger of the Mortgage
s i\ Ice Department t> the post
ol assistant treasurer, Savings
Department, in the main office.
I *
Leonard Kaplan and Irvine
Perlman are new members of
the Miami Board of Realtors.
The Board has also accepted 50
new associates, bringing total
membership to 550 realtors and
1150 associates.
1
Classical guitarist .luan Mer-
curial was featured soloist in the
Philharmonic Pops Orchestra's
M trine Stadium concert Satur-
day evening under the baton of
Mitch Miller, who was making
i-i< final ajipiarar.ee' of the sum-
mer.
o *
Robert Hurwil/. has been ap-
point d director of telephone
Miles bj Royal Palm Beach Col-
ony, Inc.. which has its head-
quarters in Miami. A graduate
uf Rutgers University, Mr. Hur-
vsitz. who specializes in sales and
merchandising has been in the
land development business for
more than six years.
*
Dr. Stanford /iff of South
Miami was the featured speaker
at the optometrists recent fourth
annual Contact Lens Forum in
Chicago. His topic was "Cor-
rective and Retainer Contact
Lens Coil."
s *
Louis I". Lefconrt has been
appointed executive vice presi-
dent of Advertising Directors.
Inc., one of South Florida's lead-
ing advi i Using and public rela-
tions agencies.
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 & MUFFLER
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3033 N.E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 377-9079
PLANTATION GOLF CLUB
7M0 WIST HOWAU) tlVO 0T LAUDMDAU. FLOtlDA
PMONIS I10WAIO SU-iM) DADf M*.M
The Club Where You Can Enjoy Good Coifing & Service
bvil v,jrse yed to Perfection. Fla. Resident* play for
a inr in-l Gr**n 4 Cart Feee.)
BATTERY TROUBLE?
TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SERVICE
12600 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
_________________PHONE Jrl-91B7
Harry F. Knight, state vice president of the
Elks Fraternal Order was recently the guest
of the Miami Beach Lodge ol Elks at an
event held in the clubhouse, 720 West Ave.,
Miami Beach, which was attended by more
then 3C0 club members. The committee ...
c.-.cige included, from left, Louis Baid- lack
Bernard, Vincent I. Tosccno, William
Shavne end R. Robert Rebozo.
Adelphi Schools To Add Grades 5 to 8
The Adelphi School, whose prep
school and Business College have
been in existence for a number of
years, has added a 'middle school"
for grades five through eight.
| Classes will begin at all four
branches Sept. 2.
A staff gi highi.v qualified li-
j censed instructors, all specialists
i hi tutoring who instruct on a one-
, to-one-basis so that the student
progresses at his own speed, has
been assembled, according to Les-
ter Rosenthal, president of the
school.
Adelphi is registered with the
Florida Department of Kducation
and credits are accepted by the
Dade County Board of Public In-
! struction. Upon completion of re-
1 quired courses, students who qual-
ify will receive high school diplo-
mas and Certificates of Proficicn-
, cy in specialties such as medical
assistant, hotel motel manage-
ment, accounting and secretarial
' studies. The beach branch also
offers Hebrew cultural courses.
The after school program pro-
vides tutoring in the full range of
Adelphi courses as well as clinics
for public school students. Corre-
spondence and homebound courses
are also offered.
A large selection of business,
tiade and professional (including
a paramedical division) courses
are available to adults while a
unique "park your child" service
allows mothers to tak< i rses
during the daytime.
Adelphi, which offers free life-
time placement service for all its
eiaduates, is accepting appiica-
l tions for admission at all four Jo-
I cations: 12390 W. Dixie Hwy.,
North Miami; 320 Palermo Ave.,
: Coral Gabies; 7811 Carlyli Av< .
Miami Beach, ar.d 1932 Tylei St.,
Hollywood. Registration hours are
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Food Exec Praised
By Governor Kirk
Louis C. h"n. Miami f<
executive, has been ; i.....1 by
Gov. Claude R. Kirk. J
services as a member of trie state's
advisory committee o quality
control and promotion of F
-i a food.
Mr. Cohen, who has >
ciated with Fe> for 32 years, is seafood tyer and
merchandiser for its So t1, >rn Di-
vision. He' has lived in .'
1956.
We ere pleased 1c announce the appointment of
PHLIP BRAFMAN
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange
American Stock Exchange
320 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beech, Flo'ida, 33140
534-8341
MEET OUR DIRECTOR
^s.
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BEN ESSEN
PRACTICING ATTORNEY
ESSEN AND ESSEN LAW FIRM
'
DIRECTOR Of
FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK
588C BIRD ROAD
6*7-5501
ROBERTO AiEJOS
Honorary Chairman of the Board
MONROE DIXON
Chairman of the Board
CARIOS J. ARBOIEYA
President
ajJUALQ V.. BAXUR a.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AllAN S. BORK
BEN ESSEN
JACK I. GREEN
DAVID HENDEL
JULIO C. IGLESlAS
HEtWAN MARKS
EDWARD ROTHBARD
CAR'. F UA?E
DONALD TOURTELLOTFE
JACK WE.SGLASS
HONORARY DIRECTORS
DR. HOfiACIO AGUIRR=
HUGO GAR'N
CARLOS G. HfcfcSL
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Friday. August 29, 1969
^Jenisti f/eridfff^nn
Paoe 13-B
< OREY DEARK
.-' lomon Schiff will oiii-
r;t the 9 a.m. services of
T ::'il< :"- 'h-EI Saturday, Aug. 30,
,! ring bich Corey, the son of
I-. Mi] Ired Dtarr and the lat-.'
Sheldon Dtarr, will be called to
Torah as a Car Mitzvah, and;
read other ixjrtions of the
tog service.
i orej is a student at the H |
bn my of Greater Miami,
v m the eighth grade.
i brant will be honored at
i sh reception immediately
;. the woi ship serv ice.
t m
TEDDY Wi:i\KK
H son i f Mr. and Mrs,
i in< r, ill hi come Bar
I Temple Emanu-EI on
tag. 3 I.
ivho plays violin, is ;i
stuci '." Nautilus Junior Huh
s, hi i'! re he is in the i .
;:;i i vi rant will be honor, I al
n Kiddus.li in the Mural Room of
the ten aft r the servic* s, an i
a .. n will be hosted by hia
:- Saturday evening in the
Funtaii au Hotel.
* *
STEVEN SPRECHMAX
Stevel Bruce, the son of Mr.
lind Mrs Howard Sprechman, will
be Bar r-'t/vah Saturday, Aug. 30,
nt Temple Beth Torah, N'jrtii
Miami Beach.
Steven, a talented artist and
guitar student, attends John F.
Kenned) Junior High School,
where f is entering the eighth
gradi :! entering the fifth year
of Hebri School at BUh Torah,
win i> t :> parents have been mem-
liers i years, and will gradu-
ate with the C'.ass of 1970 and be
.1 confirmed the following year.
A Kklh in honor of the cole-
brant wi.J follow the services, and
a reception and dinner will be
hosted by his parents at the Al-
giers Hoti .
. t *
LAWRKNCF. KAPLAN
Lawrence Michael, the son of
[Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frank Kaplan, cele-
brated h.s Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Jion on Saturday, Aug. 23.
A reception in honor of the
belebranl was hosted by his pu-
pnts Sati rday evening in the S>
rttle i:
La wren ( 's grandparents, Mrs.
Abraham Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs.
|rv;i;r St( Ckser, were among the
jnored j ests attending the fes-
livitie-
*
ROBERT LEFKOWITZ
f Robert Brian, son of Mr. and
i\ Moms Lefkowitz, became
lar M:lzvah at Temp!e Zion on
iturday, Aug. 23.
A reception in Robert's honor,
iras hosted by his parents in the j
Igiera H tel following the serv-]
ces.
Among '.he honored guests at |
ev< nt were the celebrant's
others, Mrs. Edna P .,
r Lefkowitz,
*
DAVID KaITEKI
D tvld, the son of Mr.
l. : rd Kaleky, will b
the rorah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urd ly, Aug, 30, during the U
i m. Sal -"-\ ii services b be con-
I by Rabbi Ralph P. K
ley in the new sanctuary of T m-
ple Sinai >f North Dad*
r-.i: 22n i A\ North Mian i I
' i : ittends >hn F. Kennedy
H.....3 rh i... where h i will
h" in t ghth grade this
A 11 ior of
brant v held in hU h ne
:
In a Iditi in to larnily an I
fi '!"-. I "I imi .. -ea. David's
i .".'. Ilh Mur-
ray S '. im I' on, X J.,
Miss Mai i.i Kaleky,
': !ii R. N J., Mr. and Mrs
: r Lowell and familv. Mat i-
wan, N.J., and Michele Maise'l of
The Br >nx, N.Y.. are ejepecte 1 to
itte his B ir Mitzvah,
* *r
OLENN TAYLOR
Glenn Martin, the son of Mr,
ind Mrs Harry Taylor, 80:5 No-
remac Ave.. Miami Be-"h. will be-
come B>r Mitzvah at Temple Ner
Tamid at 7:30 Saturday evening.
Aug. 30.
Gle: n is a Nautilus Junior H:"h
School st-'dent pnd attends Ner
Tamid Religious School.
A reception in honor of the
ce'ebrant will be held in his home
following the services.
Among the out-of-town guests
will be Glenn's grandparents. Mr.
a'-.d Mrs. Abraham Baum.
Azk
David Kaleky
Teddy Weiner Steven Sprechman Laurence Grossman
LAURENCE GROSSMAN
Laurence Jay, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Grossman, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Aug. 30, at
I! Zion, where his parents
lave been members for 12 years.
His father is an hon irary member
of the temple's board; his mother
is a past president of its Sister-
h x hi.
An eighth grade student al
i!i Miami Junior High School,
Laurence is on the Student Coun-
cil, a member of the Spanish Club,
l plays in the school band.
The Kiddush Sabbath morning
will be sponsored by Laurence's
parents in his honor, and they will
Iso host a reception at the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel,
* *
GARY PALES
Gary Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Pales, 5819 SW 4th St.,
will Income Bar Mitzvah at Fri-
day night services of Temple Beth ,
Tov, Aug. 29. and recite the Haf- \
torah at 9 a.m. services on Satur-
day. Aug. 30.
A student at Kinlooh Park Jun-
ior K.gh School where he is in the
eighth grade. Guy h is earned his I
junior life saving card, which was
presented to him by the Red Cross |
at the West End Miami pool.
Gary's parents will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat following Friday |
night's services and tho Kiddush i
after the services Saturday, and;
honor the celebrant Saturday eve-1
ning with a reception at the tern-1
pie for relatives and friends.
The honored guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lubin of
Brooklyn. NY.
4 O <;
SCOTT BL'TNICK
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs Ar-
nold Butnick, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning, Aug. 30
An eighth grade student at Wi s!
Junior High School, S "
also .-,: udii clarinet.
The Oneg Shal bat foil viri th
services Fridaj evening and th
Kiddush afl r the Saturday mim-
ing service will be hosted by the
celebrant's parents in his honor.
Among the honored guests at
the event will he Scott's mat rml
grandmother, Mrs. St 'Ha Socal
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S idler are
als i expected to attend, as are
Akron. Ohio, visitors Mr. and M 3.
David Bloom Mr. and M-s. Sidney
I>evine and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Botnick.
Temple Staff Meets
Some 60 Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami Religious School staff
members and teachers met at a
Key Biscayne retreat last weekend
for study and discussion in prepa-
ration for the new school year
which gets under way Saturday,
Sept. 6. The seminars were led by
Rabbi Jack Spiro. director of the
Commission on Education of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Beth Am Expands
Youth Programs
Tern;'! !'.. th Am anno I
formation of a new a i >r
ye ith pr igi am under the lea r-
ship cl a i ommittet ci i hail I by
Irving Epstein and Di. H
Graff.
The congregation will house a
number ol clubs in addition to the
Post-Confirmation Club and its
own temple youth group known as
thi Beth Am Federation of Temple
Sfouth, some of which they will
sponsor, and some sponsored by
national organizations. The clubs
will comply with the regulations
stablished by the congregation as
1 II as those of the Dade County
Pul lie School Board.
The B.th Am Youth Council,
which wi l oversee the to'al pro-
gram, will be comprised of the ad-
t i iors and offio rs ol the vari i is
I s me< ting at the temple. It is
antieipat< d that 300 ;
v. i.i be involved in this a
thi ; rog.am, meeting W< dr, > lay
and Sunria., i venii
The congregation sponsors a
nth L-io ip for 7th and 8th gra l-
rs, a cljb for those in the ninth
grade and a number of clubs for
those in th 10;h grade or beyond.
Rabli Arthur Z. Steinberg, associ-
rabbi or the congregation, is
the youth programs professional
advisor.
Apart from the club program,
Timple Beth Am has organized a
unique program for 9th and 10th
giaders combining religious school
activities for the young people who
are preparing for confirmation
with creative activities in such
subjects as art, photography, cook-
ing and chorus. Approximately 225
young people will participate in
this separate Monday evening pro-
gram.
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Friday. August 29. 1969
Monday Rites For
Kvelvn Behrman
j
Services were held Monday tor
Mb. Evelyn P. Behrman, 60, of
I629B Collins Aw.. Miami Bench,
ho m illness.
A Tile merrther of the Sisterhood
if Tcmplo Israel of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Behrman was the"drminrier
of the temple's Town Hall Forum,
cultural enrichment program en-
iiUine subscribers to meet out-
standing national leaders. She also
dganized a music appreciation
irogram and persuade I the Sehool
t Music and Division of Continu-
ing Education of the University <>f
Miami to sponsor it.
Mrs. Behrman is survived by
husband. Myron M.: daughters
ioi is B. Ackerman, Atlanta, Ga.,
iid Lesley B. Yasnyi, Los Angeles,
I'alif.: her brother, Edward B. Po-
lak, Larchmont, N.Y.. and grand-
children Carlyn and Paige Acker-
man of Atlanta.
Riverside Chapel was in charge
i arrangements. Interment was
ii Lakeside Memorial Park.
Tempo Of Arab War
Obituaries
TUETZER. flerhard. -i". 5931 8.W. '
Tiati si. Gordon. Interment star of;
David
.VULBERT. Rebecca. 71. M5 Michi-
gan An MM. Cordon.
SHERTOFF. Boll* II.. f. 148 Jef- i
ferson Ave.. M.B. Riverside. Inter-
ment Ml Who.
LEVINSON. Hi-. B., 71. tui' West
A vi'. mm. Btveralde. i
RUBIN. All.-. 114. IMO N.K. ISlsl St.
Riverside. Interment Mi. Sinai
FRANK. Ctoni, M, !'"'7H Collins Aviv.
Burfside. Blvorslde.
GROSSMAN. Nathan. 7:. l'.'.l N.B. ;
187th Si. liordon. !
maimowitz. MorriH, !'-:i Mlchl-1
gan Av. M.B. Blasberg. Interment
M'. N'nbo, !
MCDONALD. If> till Jam-, .... .- N. ,
\v. 133rd St. Riverside Intermenl
cropper. Frederick. 51. !>041 Our-
land Ave., Burfside. Bhwborg. Inter-
menl l.il;.-i.l.-. i
SEISMAN. Isaac I.. 7::. si;." S.W.
;9tli Tii Oordon, Interment Mt. >
IDLER, IxiUls. 71. '.'is M.K 12th Av
?CHLAe'nger. Anna. 7:.. Lttfi Euclid)
five M.B. Riverside.
SIEGEL. Mary. 84. S889 Collins Ave.,
.vi ii Newman-Oordon,
DOKSON. Mac, sT. S801 Collins Ave.,
M M. Newman.
KATZ. l.-ui A 73, 8M8 Kmersoii ,
Ave., Surfslde. Riverside, I
MORRISON. Ai....... s::. 122" B.W. 15
^i Dnrdnn. Interment Ml. Sinai. I
NISENSON. Till'. "V 1591 N\B. Mi.inn
Gnrdi l'i.. Riverside
OBERSTEIN. Pcmuel, ^7. B930 Rue
Versailles, M.B. BlasberK. Inter-
ment Mt. N.I.".
WOLFF. Sell v.. 13. 1**0 s trea-
sure in North Bn) Village. River-
EERN. Irving. R. R801 K Boy Har-
bor In Riverside. Intermenl l.akc-
EERNSTEIN. IjOUls, 91, -1"" 8.W
Hi-' a vi". Gordon
CHOSAK. M..v 71. 7304 Carlyle Av
M.B, Riverside
fox. Gertrude, 7". lit: Ruclla Ave..
Ml: Riverside. Interment Ml Ni bo
GREENE. William. 77. !>270 R ''-:,v
Harbor Dr. Riverside. Intcrmi it
Lakeside ,
KLEIN, F.mnnuel. '.' 17861 N.B .
Ninth ft. Riverside Interment Ml
N.I...
PANNELL, Bugene 11. 59. 745 N.W.
133rd St. Rlversidi
PLEVA. .Ilienb, 7:'.. 74S:' Pine Tree j
Dr.. ALU. Riverside, '
ROSENFELD. Fannie, 82, 711 B.W..I
16th Av. Gordon. Interment Mt. I
.V.-1..I. i
SCHERLAG. Louis. IB. I""' W. 48th
St., M.B. Riverside,
BASS. Augusta, 76, 1256 N.K. 138til
Si. Riverside.
CRANTZ. Samuel. 90. 900 West Ave..
MR Riverside.
GROSSBARTH. Samuel, 7s. J7SO0 "III
Dlxli Highway, Gordon.
HERSHKOWITZ. Mi.lli., R2, 7060 B
Vt. sib sr. Riverside
karsh. Abraham, 74. 1170 WAV. 7!"
s. Riverside.
KOPPELMAN. Shirley B.. 4i;. 12936
Ch.rrv lt'1 N. Miami RIaeherg.
KORENVAES. Pauline, I GOO Baj Bd.,
M I"
SACK. Samuel, 79, 1116 Ocean Dr.,
M i: Newman
SCHULTZ. Solomon, Bl, 151 N.B -
Si Riverside
SHOPIRO. Beatrice. 69, 1520 West
Av... M.B, Cordon.
WEISS. Max R.. ""'I <*'"""- Avr '
\l r. Riverside Intermenl .Mt Slnal. ,
KOROIe'W. .la. "I.. 77. 14045 VK 7tli ;
Ave., N'. Miami. Blveraide. Inter-
menl Mt N'el.i. !
GRINTHAL. Ads B. I2 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., M B, Riverside, Inter-
ment All NVI...
SCHONBERGER. Max. 78. 1130-lltn
St.. M.R. Oonlon. nterment Ml
Veli.v
SHENBERG. Mill. I. 80. s"l B. Bay-
shorn Dr. Riverside, Interment Ml
ERLANGER. Alfred A.. .14. 1821 N.B.
168th St. Riverside.
GIBBS. Augusta. ii4, 1301 Miami Gar-
den* Dr. Riverside,
Gitlen. Gertrude, 69, 239 South Bl
Rockvllle, Conn. Oordon,
GLADSTEIN. Joseph, '"' N Ml- |
ami Av.. BlasberK
LEVIN. Rubin. 83. 1221 N.B ISStn St.1
N.M.B Gordon. Inlermeiil Mt. N'ebo I
MARKOVITZ. Mnrv. 82. tfllS S W I
I lit Ii S|. Gordon, Interment Mi Slnal
MATUNA, I.onis. 16, 17M1 N i: 4th i
AVe KlVel-.- ill. I
Continued from Page 2-
hantl with American gutter anti-
Semites. Its director, Issa Nak-
leh. has often appeared with
anti-Semitic broadcasters and
addressed meetings called by
such bigots as Gerald L. K.
Smith. It principal output con-
sists of anti-Semitic pamphlets
anil anti-Jewish communications
to U.S. and United Nations offi-
cials which are being mailed to
about 600 persons.
A -strong arm in the Arab
propaganda machinery in this
country is the Organization of
Arab Students now claiming to
have more than 8,000 members
in some 100 chapters in univi i si-
ties across the (Jniti d States and
Canada. On the eve of the Six-
Day War, a demonstration was
staged by this organization at
the White House, ami later simi-
lar demonstrations were staged
against pro-Israel speakers and
Israel Bond dinners. Black radi-
cals and leftist groups are co-
operating with the Organization
of Arab Students, which is in-
creasingly supporting the El
Fatah terrorist group and seek-
ing to "make hay" of black anti-
Semitism. It often enlists pro-
fessors to plead the Arab cause
before campus, civic and church
groups as well ns at forums and
seminars on world affairs.
Strategy in Church**
Arab groups and their sup-
porters in this country art' now-
making special efforts to plant
anti-Israel feelings in churches.
Regretfully, they are making
headway in this campaign, es-
pecially among Protestants, em-
ploying not only anti-Zionism
but also religious anti-Semitism
from sophisticated theological
arguments to Nazi slurs and
medieval superstitions like the
blood libel.
A group of Protestant and Or-
thodox clergymen has prepared
and widely distributed a "master
strategy plan" calling for co-
operation with pro-Arab groups.
Protestant clergymen have set
up national and local organiza-
tions to lobby before Congress
and to sway public opinion by
showing films and conducting
pamphlet and lelters-to-the-
editor campaigns. "Americans
for Middle East Understanding"
is the best-known such group.
The World Council of Churches,
a federation of 2.",.") Protestant,
Anglican and Orthodox denomi-
nations sent its Associate Gen-
eral Secretary, Father Paul Ver-
ghise, to the Middle East "to
express solidarity" with the
Arabs.
Instant
%jr
Friendship
The warm greeting of
your Welcome Wagon
liostess with "The Most
I'amous Basket in the
World*' will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
way toward new and
lasting friendships.
If you are new in town,
call
wtcoSlfaity
Phone 238-3575
s
Dozens of American welfare
groups professing to seek aid In
this country for Arab refugees
have come into existence since
the Six-Day War. Some of them
operate on a national scale while
others operate locally in New-
York. San Fi:apcisco. Chicago.
Washington. Boston. Houston,
Dallas. St. Paul and other cities.
They include the American Mid-
dle East Rehabilitation. Inc.,
American Aid for Displaced
Arabs, Arab Emergency Belief
Committee. Pal-Aid Interna-
tional. Americans Working for
Arab Refugee Effort, Unitaiian-
Universalist Service Committee
and others. Some of these relief
groups work closely with the
Arab Information Center and
inject strong anti-Israel propa-
ganda in their campaigns.
Parallel with pro-Arab relief
and welfare groups, there are
also Arab-American "friend-
ship" groups like the American
Friends of the Middle East, in
Washington, which opened re-
gii nal offices in New York and
San Francisco this year. This
organization supervises student
exchanges between the United
States and Arab countries, offers
counseling services for Arab stu-
dents in American cities, and
brings adult professionals from
Arab lands to the United States
for training in corporations. Re-
cently, the American press re-
vealed that the organization had
been substantially subsidized by
the CIA for years.
The American Friends of the
Middle East is not only fostering
pro-Arab opinion in this country
through lectures, exhibits and
publications, but is also seeking
to influence U.S. policy. It is
named in the list of organiza-
tions cooperating with the Arab
Information Center. Sen. Hugh
Scott. (R-Pa.i has charged that
the Organization "functions pri-
marily as a forum for pro-Arab,
anti-Israel speeches in the United
States."
Then' are at least half a dozen
similar Arab-American friend-
ship groups operating In this
country. One of them is the Ad
Hoc Committee on the Middle
East, which is active in Wash-
ington, mostly among Congress-
men, bringing the Arab situation
to their attention. The impact of
this,1 riou|)s as well as of the
entire pro-Arab propaganda ma-
chinery now operating in the
United Slates is difficult to
measure. However, tin fact that
sympathy with Israel has drop-
ped since shortly alter the Six-
Day War is indicative.
Jules Taylor, Furrier
Owner of Taylor-Duma*
Jules Taylor, Lincoln Road fur-
rier announces that he Is now the
sole owner of the Taylor-Dumas
firm, located at 905 Lincoln Rd.
Mr. Taylor, who was with the
Dienbacher Co. at the Waldorf for
more than 30 years, became the
manager of the branch Dienbacher
opened in Miami Beach in 1949.
Sam I. Silver Elected
Sam I. Silver, secretary of the
| board of Inter National Bank of
Miami, has bten elected to a two-
year term as chairman of the
Miami Advisory Council of the
i American Arbitration Association,
j succeeding Admiral Rafael C.
i Bonitez, acting dean of the Uni-
j versitv of Miami School of Law.
I
Caribbean Hotel
Set For Holidays
Sam Schechter and Menashe
! Hirsch. co-owners of the Carib-
' bean Hotel. 37th St. and Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, announce that
i well-known New York City can-
tor will officiate at this year's
! High Holiday service in the hotel's
, own aii-conditioned synagogue,
which is also available for daily
i sc rviees.
Special holiday meals will soon
U in preparation for the return of
annual guests and new friends
v. ho may enjoy special diets In the
I Kosher dining room with salt.
! sugar and fat-free menus using
! Glatt meats.
LEGAL NT)a
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-14281
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBA It Mcl>OXA.l.r>.
Plaintiff,
-VII-
jti.iA m. mcdonauj.
11. I.MiLiMU
TO: MRS. Jl'l.IA M. MeDONAl.li
IK ArlliiKimi Boulevard,
North Arlington, New Jeraej
Y..ii. .M't.lA M. MCDONALD; :,r-
hereby notified thai a Mill <>f Com-
plaint fur Divorce haa been iii. i
attains) you, and you are required to
nerve u copy "f your Anawer <.r Pleud-
int: in thr Milt of Complain! in the
lM:iintliTs nttorney, DAVID DRt'CK-
Klt. ".' IJneoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original Anewer
or Pleading hi the office f th,' Clerk
of thi- Circuit Court "ii or i.. ...-, (he
mh day "f October, if'.!', if you
I., ii.. so, juiiKii'.'iii by default will I,,*
taken again*! you for the relief de-
manded in thi- Mill of Complaint
This notice shall !> publlaheil mic*
..hi ii week for four consecutive u..i..
in THE JKWI8H PLORIDIAN.
liuNi: AND ORDBRKD :n Mlam
Florida, Ihla -7th day of August, \ fl
""k II I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dnde County, Florida
Bj I. SNBI5DKN,
Deputs Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
H \ V'l> DIU'CKBR. BSQ
605 l.iii.oln RoadSuit* -'*;
Miami Bench. Florida 331311
Alt..rn.> for Plaintiff
R J'.i |. -1 .-!:>

S. Miami Dedicates
New Post Office
South Miami's new |>ost office
will be dedicated at 6:.T0 p.m. on
Saturday. Postmaster K. M. Dun-
lap has announced. Congressman
Dante B. Fascell Ls expected to
peak on this occasion, he said.
The new facility, located at 5927
SW 70th St.. is part of the Post
Office Department's lease con-
struction program. Mr. Dunlap ex-
plained, which is a program under
I Which investment financing is used
I to obtain needed facilities leased
, to the Federal government but re-
| maining privately owned and pay-
ing local taxes to the community.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is I1KHBBY i:ivi:\ thin
th. undersigned, desiring t.. engas
in business under th. fictitious num>-
of cum HHOR MiMTIQfH a! 11
*9th Street Causeway, Miami Beach,
Florida Intends to regnrte* s-">'d mim-
wiih the Clark of tho Ctrauil <'"ur
of Dude County. Florida
FRBDRliLR IN-OlTl.KT. INC .
R Florida Oorrwirutlon
I ICBNNETH N'. K.KANT
Attornej for Applicant
1 Suit.- 339
On* Lincoln itomi Building
Miami Beach, Florida 3*9
K/2H >/r,-i3-ia
LEGAL NOTICfc"
Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
Zip
Code
U Ask your postman.
B Look at the Zip Mp in
t'.e bu-inr- j pages of your
phone book.
BJ Call your post office.
Always include your Zip
Code in your return address
so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
Pub' iv 4 at t out)"- sirv'-t In eea>
ration with Th* Adurtlilni Council
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIKUKMV iil\ K.V that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of KAI WATCfi m 11208 South I>i\i.-
Highway, Miami. Florid:. Inii-nds to
register t-uiii name with th** ('1. rk
of th. Circuit Court of Dade Count}-,
Florida.
KAl.M.WSi.N. WATTI H8 (( > .,
Florida corporation
My: DONAIJ) KAI..MA.\"Si>V
President
CAID1X, ItOTHBKBBItn. KOOAK,
I Koll.VMI.tM A BOTHBNBBRC
] Aitornovsfur Apiilii-unt
Suite SOS
Biscayne Buildins
I Miami, Florida
B/29 '.-la-lS
! IN THE COUNTY JUOCES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84845
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In ':!" I'Mate of
' l,i >lls Ii SCHWARTZ,
I leceased,
. To All >'r. dltors and All Persons
Having Claims ..i i lemunds
Against Bald Batate:
Vou arc hereby notified and required
to i.r. -.-Hi any claims and demandu
wl Ich you may have against the eslati
of IjOI'IS I> SCHWABTB. diseased
!' of Dade County, Florida, t.. the
t'unty Judges of Dude County, and
file th,- name iii dunliiui.' and :i- nro-
vi.l.d in Section 7St.1t, Fkirldn Stat-
utes, in ih. ir offices in the Count}
Cnurlhouse in Hade County, Florida,
within si\ culendar month.- from th. ,
limn of ihf first publication hereof,
or i he tame will he burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this JJn.l '
day ol August, A.D M"IS
SETMOCR J. SIMON
As E&fecutor
First publi.at.on of this notice on '
the '.:'ih day of August, if"'.^
KlMi'.V MAYS t:l!|-NI)\VKI:H
Attorney for Bxeeutnr
:mi Ainsley Muildlna.
Miami. Florida ::ain-j
1/lt s/S-13-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84737
In RB: Balate of
FANNIE CB M'.I'.ik;
I lecoaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
InB Claims or Demands Again*! Said
INiat. :
v.'ii ore hereby notified and requlr- I
"] I" I"'....."I nny claims and demands I
which you may have against the es-
late of FANNIK CRANBISRfl deeeas. '
ed, late of Dade Count*. WortdH to
i the County Judges of Dade County,
and hie the same in duplicate and ,
as provided In Section 7S3.lt, Florida '
; statutes, in their offices in the County i
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months n-om th.' '
.time of th.- first publication h
"i the same will be barred
I. Dated :u Miami, Florida, this i<*ih
I day of AukusI. A.D, INK
BV1 VIA TRl '\
l.\\\ UKVil-: CRANBRRfl
flll.BBRT CRANBBRC,
\s Bxecuton
lih -,',v"l,,l,,i':"i"" '" ,hl" ""*" ""
'It HARD CROSS
! Attorney for Bxe< ut..r-
MS I in.- .In Uoad
'Miam. Baaokn Ftortda
B "' 12-lt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS HKllKHY GTVKN thai
. the undersigned, drslrinc to engnse in
business under the fictitious num.' of
BHAITT I.OIN'iH IIAIHSTYI.TSTS
at SKK llardliu: Avenue. Town of
Surfside. Florida intend to register
Mild name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
IH'.ltMKKT I IPSIlfT'/
MAXfNB I II'SHT'TZ
HAROLD STUC.MPK
Vttorney for Apullcanta
I <">< Biseayne Building
.Miami. Florida *..'!> t/t-tS-lf
! IN THE COUNTY JUnQE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84659
In RR: Kstate of
HARRY 7. MOI'tiviCll
1......used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons ll.>
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
B tale:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
Wtlictl vou may have aKai'nst the es-
tate of HARKV 7. POPOVrCM d.--
neased late cf Dnde County, Florid.,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In dunlicate an.I a-
provided in Section 7"?. li Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dnde County, Florida
whliin siv calendar months from Ihi
time of the firsi mihlication hereol
or ih. name will be barred,
Hnted at Miami. Floridm tl" 31st
da> Of Aui'iist \ D IHfis
MAX R SII.VF.lt
\- I'm ill...'
Fir-, publication of lhl nolii o
Ihe .....h In- of Ati'-Misi. IMS
V.RONOVTTB. V.1W K SII.\ T.l:
Mi"iin-\- for K\editor
'.i.s \I.,.., ,- FhiUdins
Miami. Flnriiln 5":' S-12-19
if.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY.
CASE NO 19-8218
NOTICE OF ACTION
DAVID N STKINBKHG and
kith w STB1NBBRG, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
\ a,
BVRl.TN MOItOAN. a single woman
WII.l.IK LOI' CILJ.\IJ>. a widow .
JACOM STONM:
MARY WBNOROW: and
S IL WArNWltlOICT and
MKTTV JANM WAIN W1UOI IT,
his- wife,
Defendants.
TO: S.R. WAINWItlOHT
2t86 N.W. orth Terrui-e
Miami, Florida
or
24K0 N \V. r.:.lh Temire
Miami. Florida
AND TO:
l'.l-rrTV JANB WAIWWRIOHT
2t3f N.W. 53th Terrace
Miami, Florida
or
2*M N.W. r.r.th Tcrrm,
Miumi. Florida.
YOD ABB HBRBBT NOTn-'lKU
that an Arlion to Foreclose a M if
tivKe on the following real property
located i.i Dade County. Florida
l.oi o. Thomson Park, acoairdtna
to the Plat thi-reof as recorded
In Plat Booh 47 at page I'ublic Records of Dade County.
orida;
has been filed acalnai you and you
are required to sarve a copy of your
written defenses, if :my, to it on
myki:s, KAPLAN, PORTHlt. UBVIN-
SON A KBN1N, HBO S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida SSltO, Plnlnllffs at-
torney, on or before Si'Ptemlxr 19
IMS, and file the oriirhial with Ih^-
Clark Of this Court either before I
vice on Plaintiffs attorney r,r In
mediately thereafter: nlhcrwl.se a. de-
fault will be enter-il Hjiainst you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint
WITNB88 my hand aad th.....al
.f thia Court on Auuust 14. 1969.
B B i.i;atmi:i:man
Cl.rk of siiid Court
By: MAiw;ri;i:in: kknt
as Deputy Clerk
en. mi Court Seal)
8/JB !.:.-1- -i j


[day. August 29, 1969
*'Jmlsti Fforadfi&n
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
/the county judges court
liN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84319
_IE: ESetate t
Iknkv n. .slifkin
notice to creditors
\l! Creditors and All Persons Hav-
cialttu or Demand* Against Said
|ti'tt-: /.. I / I i
l',u arc hereby notified mill requir-
io preaent any claims and demands
,,, |i Mill may have again*! tin .-s-
,',. ,,l BARNEY .N. BUPKIN de-
n.-cd late of Dade COIUIty, Florida,
the County Judges of Dade County.
Id file tnc same In duplicate and
provided in Section TSS.lt, Florida
(Utoa, In fli'fir offices in the County
urthousc In Dade County, Florida,
itiin six calendar month* from the
nc of the first publication hereof, or
(- >amc will ho barred.
M'.hI at Miami. Florida, this 11th
M Annum. A.D. 19fi9.
KTTA 1.. SLJFK1N
As Executrix
fc-'irs publication of this notice on
lath day of August. 19ti'J.
V.VA'iD It rTTOSCH
nrney for Executrix
nyne Rnul-vurd,
ami, Florida
x IS-St-tt 9 '
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 84656
|l:i:: Estati of
>i:"THV K. FINK,
i;u.ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors ami Ail Persons llav-
I'lalm* or Demand's Against Saul
late:
i ire hereby notified and requir-
l1 on I an) i lalmi and demands
i u maj hi i iigaiiiHl the p.
. (Til V k FINK, deceased
i l (i di i 'ountj. Florida, lo tbe
. .iii'l-.'. v of Dade County, and
ihe -ana- In duplicate and as
: d it Boctlon 73S.il), Florida
III tin Ir office* in the i 'nunty
"a-- in Dade County, Florida,
\ calendar months from (he
if the first publication hereof.
;i. u ill be barred,
ited at Miami. Florida, this 11th
i August. A II 1949.
RICHARD K. KINK
As Rxecutor
r-- publication of tins notice on
1 of Aiiun-t, 1969.
- Y N A
for !:-< utor
llullding
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12910
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEORGE DAY BIBLE,
Plahrtiff
vs.
BARBARA ARNBTTE
WAl.TBRK Hini.i;.
Defendant.
Tl): BARBARA ARNETTB
WAI.TKHS BIBLE.
1034 West isth Street
Norfolk, Virginia
You. BARBARA ARNETTE MAI.T-
Kits BIBLE, an- hereby notified that
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed again*! you, and you arc
required to s< rve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the lilll of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
I.EWls AND RENO, Attention Janet
Reno. 71!'City National Hank Building.
Miami, Florida 33130, and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Cli rk of the Circuit
Court on or b< fore the 12th day of
September, 1989 If you fall to do so,
judgment by detaull will be taken
against you tor the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
'Phis notice shall be published once
| each we* k for four eoiv-e.-utiv weeks
in TT1E JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN.
DONE VXD ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of August AD.
19159
I- R I.EATHERMAX, Cleric,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: V A HBWBTT
Di nuty Clerk
(i rcuit C irt Senll
LEWIS AND RENO
I Attention Janet Reno
"19 City N. liopal Mank MuMing
. Miami FI i-ldn 1131311
I Attorn. \ i r Plaintiff
, S-15v22-36
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
tin- undersigned, rl.-siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOC8E OF ITSTOM CABIXETS
at 1742 .WE ISSrd St., North .Miami
Beacn, Florida intend to n gfetcr
said name with the Chrk of tie cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN SCITREfBER and
TKVTSn STKTNHERG
Sob- Owners
NELSON & FEi.DMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11a", Kane Concourse
Miami. Florida 33134
- SJ-29 : '5-U
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13189
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.EP.1E LYNX LANO,
|a 1111 If f,
vs.
I\ EN S LANG,
Ifcndaiit.
KTEVEX S. LANG,
f.'.M St. Johns I'l.o e
Brooklyn, New York
j. STEVEN S. LANO, are here-
itlfied that a Bill of Complaint
livorce has been filed against
[and you are required to serve
of your Answer or Pleading to
^ill of Complaint on the Plain-
attorney, GEORGE OIIJJERT,
j:'.'. One Lincoln Road Bldg.
Bench, Florida 83139 and file
'Iginal Answer or Pleading in
Ifli e of the Clerk of the Cir-
lourt utl or before the lL'th dav
Itember, 1969. If you fail to do
|gmcnl by default will be taken
you for the relief demanded
' 'omplaint,
I notire shall be published om e
ek for four consecutive Weeks
JEWISH Fli (RIDIAN.
: AND 1 (Rl IBRED at Miami,
this 7th day of August A D
R LBATHERM \n. Clerk
|t Court. Dade County, Florida
By: 1: K SHEA
1 > nu t\ Clei k
CoUri Ri al 1
K OII.BEBT, ESQ
r*. ine Mm oln Road Bldg,
Ben. h, l-"l.i
K- for Plaintiff
1315
15-S2-2JI 9 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN thai
the ii ul 1 gned desiring to 1 n ig<
In business under tlie fictitious nami
I of THE OBELISK al IS" NIC 4"th
Street, Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with 'lie clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
. Florida.
OBELISK INTERIORS, INC.
.< Florida corporation
By: .- M.I.Y K.Vl'Z. I'i. sldent
Attest fJEORt IK K F MUMS
Si iar\ -Tn n urer
MATTHEWS, MANDIN \
.v MPSKY
Vttornex s for
OBELISK INTERIORS, INC.
a Floridii 1 m potation
I R 13-22 29 9 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS EBEREBY GIVEN that
the tindersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARK REXALL PHARMACY at 21RS
S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tend- to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dole
County, Florida.
PENICHET-HERNANDEZ, INC.
ECOENE l.F.Ml.l'-ll
Aitoiiicy forPenichet-Hornaiidci Inc.
:12<> W Flngli-r Bt.
.Miami. Florida
s 13-22-29 :i 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84626
In RE: Estate of
NTI S K'ltCPP
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditor" and 411 Person Hav-
ing claims or Demands Again; t Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified a al requir-
ed to present an) lalms and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of Mi s KHFPP deci 1 I late
of Dade County, Florida, 10 tin Cou l)
.Hide, s of Bade County, and file the
ami In duplicate and as provided Ii
Section 733.li!, Florida Statutes, in
their offiees in ihe County Court-
hous< in Hade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from ihe time
of the first publication hereof, or the
sami v 111 hi ham d
lint, rl al Miami, Florida, thl
day of August, A 1 19159.
I.II II W KRI'PP
v- Exi cutrlx
Flrsi publii itlon of thin notl.....n
ill. 22nd day of August, 1969.
CRISTOI, and Rl ISE
Attorne) foi Km m 1 ix
21 N.E, First Avi nue
."> : 3-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
ANNS PLACE at I677S North Miami
Avenue, North .Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with
tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 "Uiui. Florida
. .ANNA U0J0YS,
'.I.' "ROB GILBERT
Attorney for Owner
One Lincoln Road Building
.Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8/22-29 9,3-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIMI MODAH al 2669 Palm Ave .
tlialeah. Florida Intends to register
said name with the uierk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
Is \ I'.EI. SANT1SO
418 W. 12th Place
llialeah. Florida
8/22-29 9 5-12
Ni
the
III I
of
30th
nisi.
the
Flo,
I.Ei
Atti
1629
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned detilrlng to engage
usiness under the fictitious name
AIIMMUW POOLS at 77H3 W.
Av.nue. Hialeah Intends to re-
cr said nami with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ida.
WR-PI-OW INlil'STRIES INC
INARD KALISH
I 11 v f-a- Applli ant
DuPont Ru
s 22-29 9 3-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CREATIONS BY PCSIGATO at
UlO-SOth Street. Miami Reach, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
STYLE WISE CREATORS, INC.
By: MICHAEL I. STAHL
Prtaldent
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney foi iwner
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8 13-22-29 9/5
f
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
: IS HEREBY UIVEN that
reigned, desiring to engage In
uiui- r thi fictitious name of
ELECTRONICS, INC. at
t\V. Second Avenue, Miami
Intends to register said name
> Clerk of the Circuit Court
County. Florida.
F F.I.Ei Tlti INIC8, INC.
BUT L. Hi IDGE, Preside nl
8/8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83723
In RE: Estate
MARRY D. i.eicht.m:
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAID DECE-
DENT.
v. 11 are hereny notlfli d thai a
written instrument purp I B to be
the last will and thetani 1 of said
di 1 id. nl hat hei n admit led to pro.
bate in -aid Court. You are hereby
commanded within ^i\ calendar
months from the date of the first
publii itlon of tin- notice to appear
j In said Court and slew ause if any
'you can. why the action of said Court
in admitting said will lo probate should
not stand unrevoked
First publication' of this notice on
ihe stl day of August, l!'C9
JOHN R. SLANT) >N
1 'ounty .Heine
By MEI.BA C. HICK
Clerk
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER.
LEVINSON *. KENIN
1 By: EDWIN M. QINSBCRG
[ Attorneya
, 1150 S W First St re. t
\l iami, Florida
371-"41
8 8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
fTITIOUS NAME LAW
s HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, di siring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
H PERRY, M D. at 1240
fli St., Miami, Florida 33167
s> register said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
ON It PERRY. M D., PA.
|R and lii isKIN p.A.
1 for Applicant
rne Blvd.
|oiida 33132
8/8-13-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
pITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name
fN Fl\si| 1 IOTOO.lt A I'll Y
Federal Highway, llallan-
^rida ami or Suite 329, one
[Id ad Building. Miami Beach.
intends, to register said name
1 )'lerl< of the Circuit Court
^County, Florida.
RICK J. I.ORTEZ
'" X. H.KANT
>hti;z
Road Bidg.
fti-h, Florida 33139
8/22-29 9. 3-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84709-C
In RE: Estate of
ANTHONY A. FLORENTINE,
1 >,Teased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
tiuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of ANTHONY A. FLOREN-
TINE deceased late of Essex County,
New Jersey, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733 Hi. Florida Statutes, in tin 11 Of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade Countv. Florida. within six
calendar months from tin lime Of the
first publication hereof, or the sam.
will be barred. .....
Hated al Miami. Florida, this ImIi
dav of August, A 1 > 1969
VF.I.MA Ii IRRAINE Fl.' IRBNTINE
As Ancillary Administratrix, C.T.A.
First publication of this not......n
the 22nd day of August, 1969.
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER,
LEV IN.Si IN A KENIN
Attorneys for
Ancillary Administratrix CTA
ll.-.nS.W. 1st Streel, Miami w b wj
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-13768
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' 'LBV ELAND REID,
Plaintiff
\ s
EVELYN REID,
I > 1.....lain
Tn EVELYN REID
IMS North Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland
You. EVELYN REID, are hereby
notified that a Bill "f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
Of your Answer or Pleading to tin-
Bill of Complaint i"i the Plaintiffs
attorney, PAUL KUITNKY. 120 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Reach, Florida,
anil file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
dav of September, 1969, If you fall
to do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour ......seeutlve vveeka
in THE JEWISH Fl.nRlDlAN
I" iNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l-tb da) of Vugusl A D,
1969
E B LEATHBR.MAN, Ch rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
It- : P. i: SHEA
Ii. pun 1 'U rk
11 '11 1111 Court Seal 1
PAII. KWITNKY
4'.'n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
- 22 ".-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84696
In RE: Estate of
SAMl'BL GITLEN
|)i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
I Ii
Y'-u are hereby notified and n -
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have againsl
the .state of SAMUEL GITLEN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dade County.
:m1 :il.- the same in duplicate and as-
provided ill Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the county
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
timr of the first publication hereof.
or the same \ ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14lh
da) Of August. A.D. 1969.
LILLIAN MORRIS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th. 22 dav of \ugllst. la9.
FAUNCB, FINK & FORMAN
Attorneys for the
Executrix and the Estate
1502 Congress Building.
Miami, Florida .1.1132
S 22-21' fi .".-12
IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No 69-1."".'74
NOTICE OF ACTION
MINNIE LEE HAMILTON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KENNETH ELW) >D HAMILT) >N,
I fi niiant.
TO: KENNETH
F.I.WOi Hi HAMILTON
Residence unk now -i
Yi it" ARE Nl IT IF I ED ihnl till Action
for Divorce has been filed ngalnsi you
and you are required to serve a eopy
of your written defenses, If any, to
It, on I-:. PAUL BBATTY, Plaintiff's
Vltorney, -. hosi address i- nil I Se)
bold Building, Mtnml, Florida, on nr
> fi September 22nd, P169, and file
the original with Ihe clerk of this
Court elthir In-fore service on Plnin-
tii'.'s Attorney or Immediately there-
1 fler: 1 d< fault \\ ill be 11 -
lered against j 1 u for the relief de-
ed In >ln Cimplaint.
WITNESS my hand and the ^<.ii
of this 1 our- 1 August I9lh, 1969.
i: B. I.EATHERMAN
As Cli rk m tin 1 '..ui 1
B) : C. P IPELAND
At 1 ii put) Clerk
R 22-2:1 'i 5-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C
IN RE: Estate of
El.IAS 8IEGBL.MAN,
Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1
have iil.-d my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and filial Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
El.IAS SIEOEI.MAN, il.....a.-.d: and
thai on the 3rd day of September,
1969 at 9:30 A.M. will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dado
County. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor' of the
estate of the above named decedent
This Mil da) of July. I969
N MARRY I.CHA, Executor
TALIANOFF& WALLER
At torney
42n I .in. '-:u Ro: tl
Miami Reach. Plot Ida
S |-1.* 22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN th
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name*
MATERNITY MODES and MATEI .
NITY EXCLUSIVES at 14801 N V
27th Av.nue. Opa Looks, Florida ii .
tend to register said names hiih 11
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Din
Count). Florida.
JAMES KASSNER
HENRY KASSNER
EKN A KASHNBR,
Trustee of .lean's Trust
F.l'.NA KASKNEK.
Trustee of Anita's Trust
H ERUERT SCHOENBRt >1 .
Trustee of Erna's Trust
i 1 BE] IBRT Sdli >en I :ROD,
Truste. of Stevens Trust
HERBERTBOHOENBROD.
Trustee of Theresa Ann'.- Tru-i
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trustee of David Floyd's Tra.-t
lll'.RI'.EUT SCHOENBROD,
Trustee of Pamela- Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trus.....of Kathy's Trust
HERBERT SCHi IENBROD,
Trustee of Judith''. Trust
a PARTNERSHIP
PRED and NEWMAN
sin Hade Federal Building
Miami. Florida 3S131
Attorneys for Owners
I__________________________8/22-2H '.< 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84808
In RE Estate of
ARNOl D SEEDER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha
lug claim- or Demands Against s
Kstati
You are hen hj notified and n i|U
d to pi. i>|n |ms id di mam
li j i-u in- \ i vi againsl thi -
late of ARNOl Ii SEEDER di ci u 1
. late of 1 lade Cou it) Plot Ida, t" H
Count) Judges "i 11.1,1, County, nt
file the same In duplicate and
provided In Section 733.16, Florid
Statutes, In their offices in the Count
1 '..ni ihoui 1 1 lade 1 "ounty, Florid.
within -i\ calendar months from tl
time of the first publication heren
01 thi -aim will be barred
Mai. d al .Miami. Florida 'bis Jl -
da) "i August, AH I!*>!
I.FCII I F. SEEDER
A- Exi eutri:
E- into of Arnold Sei Ter,.......
HEIMAN AND GR VRY, I A
11) I OI'IS HEI U >\
Atn.1 1 Executrix
li.'.n S W First sir. 1 t
Miami. Florida
8 29 ". 12 I*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl
the undersigned, desiring lo engagi
bus..... iiii-i- i- the ftctitlout imi
PINO'S SYINDOW SALES ANO Si
VICE at i'.i. \V. 29th Street
I intends to register said name w
\ Hi,- 1 '. rk of the Circuit '"in t
1 lade Count) Florida
I.Ei il'i 11 -1 >< PINl '
< 9 :i 3-1
Ji-
ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi
the undersigned, desiring to engage
01 business under the fictitious nain
of JARHIN FIN DE SICI.O at 26BI
Palm Avenue. Hialeah. Florida Intel!
lo register -aid name with the Clei
of the circuit Court of Dade Count;
Florida.
Wl'l INO GONZALEZ and
EMM.in CORRALES
v 22-29 9 :.-\i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi i-.-i- lied iK-Klllllg 11 i| :' In
husincss under Ihe fictitious names of
ALLAN K. MICHAELSON, M.D. and
ALLAN K MICHAELSON, M I'. PA.
al 2436 Coral Way, Miami. Florida
Intend to register said names with
the ClerK of the Circuit Court of
', I i.nle ('ounty. Florida.
ALLAN K. Mb 'HA El.SON. M D. PA.
SIMON, MAYS. St ORI'NIiW I'.l'.i;
At tome) s for Applicant
301 Alnsley llullding
Miami. Florida 33132 .
g/g-13 22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious names of
ERNEST R. BARNETT, M.D. and
ERNEST R. BARNETT, M D. PA.
at 1220 Ponce de Leon Boulevard,
Coral Gables, Florida intends to regist-
er said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ERNEST R BARNETT. M.D.. PA.
SIMON. HAY'S A ORCNDWERG
Attorneys for Applicant
.im Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida33132
v MA-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, d.-slrlng to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
THE PALETTE at I.V.11 N E 2nd Av. ,
Miami. Florida 3.1132 intends to regist-
er said name v.iih lb. Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I Hoi. County. Florida
THE PALETTE
CREATIVE SUPPLIES. INC.
SPARBBRand ROSKIN PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 BIsca) n. Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
P Si:,. 22 -29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VERNt iN KAY CARAWAY
Plaintiff.
l (Rl 'THY G CARAWAY,
Defendant.
T.....IROTHY 11 CARAWAY
11 ,s I anodou ii I <\\\
'Inn lesion, South Carolina
294H"
You. DOROTHY G CARAWA1
are hereby notified that a Bill of Con
' plaint for I livorce ha- been fill
against rou and you are required t
servi a op\ of your Answer or Plead
1 ing In the Bill of Complain) on th
Plninlifl attorney. VON ZAMFT on-'
smith ISIS Capital Bank Bulldlne
1 Miami. Florida and file the origini
11. 1 or I'b ading In Ihe office n
I the Cl.-ik "i the Cir.-uit Court on ..
re the 19th day of S. ntcmbci
1 i:.,;., ii you fail i" do so. judgmcn
by ii. fault ill be taken against j,nu
for the relief di manded In the Bill o
! Complaint.
This notice shall he published on.
ea.h iveek for four consecutive week-
in THE JEWISH FIAIR1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miam
Florida, this 19th day of August A.D
1969.
E IL LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit curl Seal) yttf.
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
1512 Capital Bank liuilding
Miami. Florid.-.
Attorneya for Plaintiff
Phone 379-0461
r 22-21' 9 "'-12
Announcement .
iVeip In Miami
DICTATION TO GO
OVERLOAD DICTATION-FORMS, LETTERS, REPORTS, PROPOSALS-ANYTHING^
AND EVERYTHING. PICK UP and DELIVERY. GUARANTEED LETTER PERFECT!
24 HR. SERVICE. DIVISION OF DICTAPHONE CORPORAT0N.
Phone 374-7188
802 ROBERTS BLDG.
28 W. FLAGLER ST.


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