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The Jewish Floridian ( October 10, 1969 )

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Friday. Oc-.ober 10, I9gg
I 7i at 9 L^oohincj
By BUTH SIBKIS
Slmchat Torah Is a holiday thai is always eagerly welcomed.
Ii is a time of joy and laughter, of dancing in the Shu] with th
To. all. and ol small children carrying little flags with
th. m. tn the kitchen ii is the time tor traditional goodk -
-,..., .;., eia y si fed ca ige are prepared and -
STUFFED CABBAGE
A Traditional Slmchat Torah Dish
l teaspoon salt
, teaspoon pepi.....
_ cups tomato juice
1 beef-bouillon cube
2 tablespo ins sugar
Juice from one lemon
1 pound Kind
'yj cu? bread crumbs
l | in, choppe l
1 egg
1 clove irlic, m ishi 1 head of cabbage
2 tablosiioons oil
Place head of cabbage in pol of boiling water. remov<
hi al cover and allow to stand while filling is prepared.
Fry the onion in the oil. add to the ground moat, followed by
the egg. bread crumbs, garlic, salt and pepper. Mix wcl1-
K.-move the cabbage from hot water, drain and separate the
Ii aves carefully. Grease a big saucepan. Place a s|x*mful of filling
on each leaf, fold like an envelope or roll so the filling will not
spill out. Place the leaves close together in the saucepan. Com-
bine beef-bouillon cube and tomato juice, add sugar and lemon
juice and pour over stuffed cabbage leaves. Cook over moderate
heat about one hour.
The Dutch have a saying that "When the herring comes in.
the doctor goes around the eorner." The Jews, too. are noted for
their love for herring and other kinds of salted and pickled fish.
Here you will find a quick and easy recipe for serving her-
ring in a most gracious manner. We first tasted it in a very ele-
gant Amsterdam restaurant, and couldn't resist it. We hope you,
too, will adopt this big-little cocktail.
DITCH HERRING COCKTAIL
2 whole lemons
4 hard-boiled I
4 parsely leaves
4 long-stemmed shcrix-i isses
1 8-oz. jar marinated herring
6 tablespoons mayonnaise
4 tablespoons white wine
4 tablespoons ketchup
Cut her i ^ int,, '.-inch pieces, divide equally into the four
sherbet g) Mix mayonnaise, ketchup and wine '.n a
bowl untl toth and creamy, pour over herring. Chop hard-
boiled eggs I toon i. r the sauce, top with -; ._ of parsely.
Cut lemoi luarters. 1 ngthwise. Slip tip flesh and sliu o\ the rim of the glass. Serve cold and
enjoy 11-.. cnts, Glass Is placed on a s.....1 plate
with a si i F ir servings.
FISH GOULASH
This has b Mediterranean flavor. It insists of fish
(any white iett simmered with aromatic-vegetables and tomato
juice. The ult is piquant and saucy. You can adl pol '
have a hea + meal. Or. you could omit the oil, and get a pel feel
dish for th dieter.
For two dinner portions, or four lunch portions:
2 cloves garlic 2 cups tomato juice
1 bell pepper 1 teaspoon salt
2 celery stalks % teaspoon pepper
1 'aige or.ion % teaspoon paprika
1 pound fish fUl< t 1 tablespoon 1< men juice
2 table spoons oil
(1) Cut fish into 2-inch chunks. Sprinkle with 3erm
(2) Chop ih< onion, eul i*pper into thin strips, and celerj
small slices. (3) P.: on in the oil, add pepper and <
and fry together very lightly. (4) Combine all ingredients
vegetables, seas m ngs and garlic which has been cut into tiny
piecesin a medium-size saucepan. Add tomato juice and
to a bo.;. Reduce hi t and simmer, covered, about 4f. min
The oil and Ste] No 3 are omitted when this recipe is b -
j-.i< par< d for ieters.
Try this to ckled beeti ft ii easj to preps
. q| Serve the beets as n sh ri s e
they -.1 add color to your table and zest to you Plan
to cook them ause they should be in thi
ade i ght.
J I< HI ID BEETS
i i, | .
!i teaspoi
2 i clovet
1 tab] finely i pptd
01
* I ig bei <;
2 I' ,i i
'/& ";
4 tabli s vin< gar
2 tablet | ion juice
1 teaspoon
(1) i i. and cook them wiih th< skins on in n
big pol < f I water for about 40 minutes or until they are
t. nder. (2) Peel the skin under running water- it will come off
very easily. Cut beets into very thin slices or grate on a coarse
r into a dish which has a tight cover. (3) Make the mari-
nade by mixing all the ingredients and stirring vigorously for
two rain Add marinade l i beets and toss them in order to
cover them all. Cover tightly and refrigerati overnight, Serv<
cold. As a salad, It will i 8
CouiltV National Is Beffc Am Singles Meef Sunday
UPUIllJ | Al Liebert, well-knon Z
Sponsor Of Forum
MEL FMNKH
\Id muriwl ( ity
Council Candidate
Mi I Frank-- si ed his
. dacy for the City Council
seat presently held bj
lander and his Intention I bring-
' nig honest, capable and compi t ill
.government to the City of Miami
li. ach.
"I have a vested interest in this
city," said Mr. Prank"]. "J was
born here, and my son was born
here. I have served this commu-
nity as city prosecutor and as
' assistant city attorney. I am fully
, aware of the needs of the people
of Miami Beach.
"I have made oniy one promise
to myself and to those supporting
me: I will not make deals, I will
not serve any special int- it
gro ips, I will not make em
never-to-be-fulfllled promises, a I
I will do my best to serve all t
people all of the time," he sa I
Lansburgh Leases
2nd Freeport Hotel
Morris Lansburgh. president of
Associated Resort Hot" has an-
nounced the acquisition of a second
resort hot.'l in Freeoprt, Grand
Bahama Island. The Miami Beach-
based hotelman has leased the
400-room King's Towers Hotel,
which is scheduled pletion
in Dee ember, 197'
Associated Resorl heads
the 800-room King's Inn and Golf
j Club in Freeport opposite the In-
| temational Shopping Bazaar and
El Casino, in the central area of
! the island's resort section. The ad-
dition of the King's Towers Hotel
complex will make it the largest
h sort ir. the Caribbean ai < I '> of
the largest in the world, oitering
more than 1.20C guest rooms,
three championshi] g< I coursei
recreational facilities ani beaches,
Miami Beach Associated Resort
':'. tels include seven on Collins
Avenue's "Hotel Row" -the Deau-
villi Eden Roc. Sherry Frontenac,
Casablanca, Crown. Versailles an"
-, with more than 2,800
c i rooms directly on the ocean
A "financial forum" under the
sponsorship of County National
Bank of North Miami Beach will
be- held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
auditorium of Point East, North
Miami Beach, for residents Inter-
ested In various aspects of bank-
ing, taxation and other related
subji cts, Howard D. Brooks, vice
[chairman of the financial institu-
tion's board, has announced.
The panel of experts addressing
Poinl East residents will include
County Nat;.Mai's senioi vice pres-
dent. John Gi< r, who will speak on
Flori : i Bai king"; Gill rl Mill'
( p \.. wh w 111 talk on T. x -
.,; | sti Planning"; Wi
Drucker, i nance agi nt,
v r advice on VCas
ai : Pi y -''
. broki r H
4 JUMPIS* assochrtWl t#Kh Waltson a;
' k' '
. nut fund sn sl Ja k
Li] siner, w hose talk is i i
what Mut al F nidi Can 1
you." A question and answei pe-
. will : How.
I and TV personality, will e'nt
at the next meetinj Ihc
jwn
"tertjin
nth Lo,
"'" "&"-...... -' nil i,
>t the temple. 5050 N. Kendall Dr
m Sunday. Single adults an. \ ','
..:*.. j *,) .1-,
Am Singles, in th< '
of the
on
vlted to attend the cultural ai
i social discussions l( h '
group during th. con Ing months
Al Boas will lea< E
' the Bernard Malai
Fixer." When tlH -: [j ;:.
Sunday. Oct. 26.
Perry Gorchov Appointed
Sidney B. Gorchov, President of
Gorchov Advertising. Inc., announ-
ces the ap;wintment of Perry
Gorchov as Creative Director of
the agency. A recent graduate from
the University of Miami with a
Bachelor of Arts degree in adver-
tising. Perry studied art abroad
in ItrtC and 1967. In assuming the
post he will be responsible for pro-
ducing new advertising campaigns
for some national accounts.
Extensive Courses
At Adelphi Schools
B i a ise of th* small classes n
Adelph S ools
1.1 which are local
Hwy., No
lermo Ave., Coi s: 7811
vie Ave., Miai
1932 T.I'T Mr .
d nts have an ppoi i | m.
tensive study undei
instructors, ac g to L <
Rosenthal, pr sident of i
phi private school svstem which
has been serving the ana '
more than 13 years E.\i nsiveand
intensive tutoring ai ihe hall-
mark of each cours offered at
! Adelphi. "Fach teacher." Mr. Ro-
isenthal declared, 'is KarbV ti-
er with a green thurrn, giving each
| student the type of in Ii. .dual at-
tention, encouragement and nour-
lishmert most likely I lea to his
Isucc-ss."
Sisterhood Luncheon Set
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood's 2nd
luncheon of the new season will
be held at noon Thurday, Oct. 16
In the auditorium of the tei
'.h-<. Sam Portin, president, will
giv.' recognition to new members
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. tOdward New-
man report they had a marve-
lous time hunting during their
l nt vacation trip to Canada.
Invest
[&ople
and we a! benefit.
It a idition to the I school
curriculum, the educational insti-
tuti in has prep s courses
(Grades 9-121 plus a ni-tij range
of 'i tstni ss, trade a I ssior.al
(fat. i;.-g parame i. a. ibjects
'and a.;o offers h I
corr 'pondenre eo Furthir
|information is ava -* >. at the
j bra"e'i nearest you.
3.700 schools and r edors-
i ti-.ail institution-* r.t\- bwn
built in Iurael in the a>t 81
I yearn,
PETCEMETEM
24-HOUR SERVICE
Complete burial and funeral
arrangements for Pets of all
types, including pick-up iervkt
Btautitul Cemetery Grounds
Cremation Services
Moderate Prices
otf HEAVfy
MEMORIAL PARK
3
easy ways
to get the
Zip Codes
of
people
you
write to:
1 When you receive a letter,
note the Zip in the return
address and add it to your
address book.
2 Call your local Post Office
or see their National Zip
Directory.
3 Local Zips can be found
on the Zip Map in the
business"*pages of your
phone book.
Published as a public sen/tee tn coop-
eration with The Advertising Council.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all '
getting married.
This baskel holds
information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welco-He Wagon
hostess today.
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kday. October 10, 1969
+Je*is9i Her Mian
Paqe 15-B
A)
Iney Kusworm, Sr.
jried In Dayton, Ohio.
i rviccs were held Tuesday at ,
i-mple Israel. Dayton. Ohio, for ,
tnc-y G. Kusworm Sr.. a national
Inai B'rith leader for 49 years.
Hio died In Miami Saturday at
age ol 84.
I Mr. Kusworm was specifically
mpted when a B'hai B'rith con- .
it tutorial revision placing a two- .
rm (six-year) limitation on of- >
tenure was adopted in 1959.
attorney, Mr. Kusworm had '
|n. d on Bnai B'rith board of
rectors since 1921. He was elect- '
trt asurer in 1926, and held the |
1st for 42 years.
ION
j..,!,, ili i Bett) i. "I" 4300 i 'Mills
.. passed .i\\.t> Thursday, Oct. ~.
[unr her* In 1M6 from Orlando. She j
;i> a well known real estate broker
i Miami Beach tor many yearn.
Irvlved by son Ricky Richmond
I Arlx.: sisters Mrs. Ann Parrot! I
kdrews, M.D., MIhb May Parron, |
j.imi and Mrs Barbara Hytnan. I
|B.; i grandchildren. Services
, held nl Riverside (Tiapel., with
rnment in Mi. Nebo Cemetery.
bituaritB
Kick. Elsie s.. 88. 1O290 IS. Bay
Vimvi- Dr., Bay Harbor. North
imi Funeral Chapel,
)erc. Morris. !'2, 1080 Vene-
Way. Ml!. Riverside.
jstein. Charlea W., "<>. S60 s.
I>r. Riverside.
|son, riutave R.. 80, r.42 Jeffer-
Ave., mm Riveralde.
5. Jacob, 79, 8517 Harding Ave .
Riverside, Intermenl Star "i
i.l
gang. Murray, !>8, 4-n l Col-
Ave Mil I'.lnsl.-iK.
Ei man. David, 87, 802 \'R
si Cordon. Interment sun
avi.l .
PHTEAL. Blanche i: 81, l*7"7
llih Ave Riverside
ER, Arthur, .".1. lTi s.w. 32
Riverside. Interment Mi. Sinai.
ER, Philip, 68, 1200 West Ave.,
*. Riveralde. Interment Mi Sinai,
IN. Annie, 82, 180 8.E. 11th Ter
don.
ERMAN. Abraham, 86, :i" s
in Dr., M.n. Blaabera
iCH, Abraham, 85, 2ou Drexel
MR Riveralde.
hew, Harry, 74, 4170 Chase Ave.,
It. North Miami Funeral Home
erment Mi Slnal,
ss. Dr. Benjamin, I6SS Bay Dr.
I Blasberg,
N, Erin I. B6, 1849 James Ave .
MQ: Riverside.
jEVIN, Rel......a. 7.'. 7:.0 Ocean Dr.,
M.H Blasheri:
NDEAU. Lester r 7". (46 N E
ul St. Riveralde.
ETZ, David, 86, RH0 Ninth 81 .
Riverside, interment Mi Slnal
R, Charted D., 86, 480 R l>i-
)< Dr., Ml; Blasberg, Interme.il
. Nebo,
EN. Mildred, :,o. 522K Collins
t'.. M B. Blasberg, Interment Mi. i
bo
KSON. Anna. 59, 2"" N.W. 14th
Rlaxbers
iSK. Sylvia. 71. I...... West Ave.,
it. Newman.
SCHULTZ. Irving, 74. 186.- 7th
Causeway, North Bay Village,
rside.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
An antique Bedouin robe is the source of this unusual
hand-embroidered, unbleached linen gown. It is part of
a collection of fashions, designed and made by students
in Pioneer Women vocational training courses in Israel,
to be presented at Pioneer Women's 21st Biennial Na-
tional Convention, Oct. 12-15, in Washington, D.C.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16644
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CLIFTON E RAFFORD
Plaintiff,
NANCY DARLENE RAFFORD
Defendant,
V.ii. NANCY DARLENE RAF-
FORD, residence address* 906 Harker
port Huron. Michigan; are requir-
i.l tn HI.- your answer to the cum-
plaint Tor divorce with the clerk of
the above court an.i serve .. copy
thereof upon, HERMAN COHEN,
esi.i I31V-H Congress Bldg., Miami,
Plorldu on or before November l".
1969, or else complain! will be taken
as confessed,
DATED: October 7th, I960.
i: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Uy: U. I COPELAND
in 10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85125
in RE: Estate of
HELEN AMLYN
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may lia.-. against
the estate of HELEN AMl.V.V de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mouths from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same \> ill lie barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, iliis 25th
day of < i.ioi.ei. ai>. i960.
ZBV W. KOOAN
First publication of this notice on
the Huh day of October, 1989
I'AIIHW ROTHENRERQ,
Ki X1AN, KORBNBLUM
* KOTHENHERO
by: ZBV \\ KOOAN
Attorneys fur
J5EV VV. K< KiAN
480 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
______________ 1" 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-16443
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EILEEN MARY HUELBIO
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAYMOND IICEI.RIti,
Deefndanr.
TO: Ml!. RAYMOND HL'ELBIO
"s Twelfth Street
Holiokeu. New Jersey
You. RAYMOND HCELBIO, are here-
by notified thai a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MR. ALBERT WILEN8KY
M-11S Biscayne Building, 19 West
Flagler, Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of Hie Clerk of the i "In ull
Court on or before the I7ili day nf
November, 1969, If you fali to do so,
judgment by default ill be taken
against you for the relief demn'.ideil
in the mil of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of October A l>
1969
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Count v. FJoridu
By: M R, l'.. iNSTBIN
11. oiiiv i 'lerk
11 cult Court S' al i
ALBERT VVILENSKY
M-I1X Biscayne Building
Miami, Florida
I" I" -17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12907
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RR:
Adoption of Cnnamed male
Infant by
ARNOIJJ JAY KAYE and
NADINE VIVIAN KA \'E
Petitioners
TO: HAROLD WILLIAMS
Monday Hotel
1721 W. Cumberland Ave
Knoxvllle, Tennessee
YOC, HAROLD Wll.l.lAMS. are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Adoption has been filed In tin- above
styled Court and you are required to
file Hi.....'Iglnal answer or objections
to show eause why sai.l Petition
should not be granted in the office
of the ci.rk of ih.- above styled Court,
ami copies thereto on the attorney
for Petitl......is, BOL ALEXANDER.
Suite ".17. 19 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, on or before tht Both
day "f October, 1989 or appear in sai.l
Court on ih. Kih day of Novembi r,
1969 at 9:13 a.m. before the Honorable
MILTON A FRIEDMAN.
HEREIN FAIL NOT. or the relief
requested by the Petitioners, shall be
granted
DATED ihis -:'ril day of September
1'."'.!
E. r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit < 'ourl
By: "' P. '"' IRELAND
l leputy Clerk
: _'.; |0 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In engage
name
.... u......^mii. -., -.-.->..... -.....
iii business under the fictitious name
..f DELAWARE APARTMENTS and
DELAWARE REALTY ASSOCIATES
ai 1443-1470 16th Street, Miami Reach,
Florida Intend to register sai.l name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
El'GENE MOSES and RfTII MOSES
EDOAR S vOI.lt' anil
1/iRAYNE SAGLIO
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Attorney for '' ners
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
i 19-26 I" 3-10
Hydro-Sonic
Mobile Wash .
We Come To You
M-ak v,3-!B wsii
o
fith 500 lbs. ol Water
ressure combined with
Biodcqradeable
>mical that will clean
polish cnything.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
, the undersigned, desiring to engage In
! business under Ihe fictitious names of
BCRTON FEINERMAN, M D.i BUR-
TON FEINERMAN, M I>. F.A.A P at
1850 N.W. I8.1rd St., Opn Locka, Fla
;::n>:.4 Intends to register sai.l names
w i 111 the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of
I lade Countj. Florida
BCRTON FEINERMAN, M D PA.
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Klsra> hi' Blvd.
Miami. Fla 33132
11. 10-17-24-31
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TRUCKS
PLANES
SIGNS
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nes
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui ih i Igned, desiring to engage in
I.U in under the fictitious name of
>. IRNEI I. VND I VNZA nl 1201
Itrlrkcl] Avenue, Miami, Florida In-
tend i" ri Bister said name ivilh ihi
i 'lerk of Ihe ( 'In ull I lout i of 1 lade
; Ida
CORNELL AND LAW.A. P A
RRRi : s Cl >RN El L, Presldi nl
:i ; .,!; I: \'. I A N'ZA, s. i i etai >
IvTIiT WE I ISCH
.\. I.nrii \ for
t'ORNELL VND LANZA, P A,
11 7 Min \ venue
i ..!,,I Oalile Florida 33134
In 10-17-24 .1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engnge
bualnesn under the fictitious name
nf TOTAL DESIGN ASSOCIATES at
ml'I t'adix Avenue. Coral Gables,
[Florida Intends to register s;,i.i name
i with the Clerk of the Circull Court
of ii.nl. County, Florida.
! JARRETT'S JADE LTD. INC,
By: RK HARD C JARRBTT,
PRESIDENT
: LARSON MARVIN
Attorneys for Applicant
777 X W 72 Avenue
Miami. Florida
10. 10 -17-^4-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eggage in
business under ihe fictitious name <.i
ROBERT O. IIYAMS M.li at 1160 N.
W. 14th St., Miami. Fla. 33136 Intends
to register sai.l name with the Clerk
of ihe lir.-uii Court of Dade County,
Florida,
ROBERT O. IIYAMS M [i P A.
SPARBER AND ROSKIN I A
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
in I0-1T-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85251 (Dowling)
Iii RE: Estate of
PHILIP s ECKSTEIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sai.l
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
nulred to present any claims and iie-
inaiiils which you may have against
the estate of HUM.II' s ECKSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Cnu.it) Judges of Had. County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
linn- of ihe first publication In reof,
or the same will l.< barred.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, ihi- 2nd
day of i ictnher. A 11 imw
SYLVIA hi IIANDEI.S.MAN
As Administratrix of
IM He nf Philip s Rckstein, I >ei 'd,
HELM AN VND CARY, I' A
By' Louis 11, imaii
An..rii.i foi Vilmii Istratrix
M .'i S.W 1st St reel
Miami, Florida
in in-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 3518?
In RE: EMh
\\ 11.1,1 \..l \ ROHRRACH,
Dccei d
NOTICE TO CREDITOI
To VII Credit I Al 1'
ni 11 ids AgaInsl
Said Rstati
"i, a are hcrcb)
to present
which you may ha\ aiiainsl
,\ ll.l. V.\l \ Hi iHRII VCH
I laic or I
in the Counts Judgi of 11
.. .1 fill K I'1
133.16. I
Statute! Iheii In Ihe I u
fourth, usi in I'.nl, County, I
. ...], n.i.n months from the
in......i Ihe first pu I reof,
or Ihe snnn mn i o
I hiti .1 I Miami, I'' n Ida, this Bin
da) ni October, A.D \i
111 TI i I.Oii RUAt H
.u Bxe mi i\
Fnsi publii ation ol notice on
the Hub day of October, 106s.
B PAUL BEATTT
Attorne) for Executrix
tort.t Beybold Bldg ,
Miami, Florida
|e 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring tn engnge in
business under ihe fictitious name ol
GENEVA APARTMENTS at ::T"" Palm
Avenue and ::7 West ::7 Street, Hln-
leah, Florida Intend i. register said
name uiili the Clerk of the Circull
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
CHEVI HERBST
II VRRY FEIGER
BROAD AND CASSEL
Attorneys for
CHEVI HERBST anil
HARRY FEIOER
4l'" 1 ineoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1" 10-17-34-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
No. 69-16434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARYKAY GREATHI 'USE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
in i.VAI.n Jl MIX GREATHOCSE,
Defendant.
TO: DONALD JOHN GREATHI M'SK
Keystone Village Trailer Park
336S6 South Keystone Way
Mount Clemens, Michigan
You I" INAI H JOHN GREAT-
HOCSE, are hereby notified thai n
Hill of Complaint for Divorce lia-
been filed against you. and you an
required to serve a copy ot your
Answer or PleadinB to the Bill ol
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
PACL KWITNEY, 130 Lincoln Road,
.Miami Reach. Florida 33l.fi and flic
Ihe orlglnnl Answer or Plead
of the i'l. rk of tl i "h nil
Court on or before tin i Ith tin) ol
Ni> i-mlii r, 1969 li you I ill to do so.
ludirmi nl b; ih II be taken
ii man.I. .1
in the Bill of Complain)
not lei .-ii ill be published once
em Ii week i >r four .....si cut ive eeks
.i, i HE JEWISH l'i iRIDI \N
DONE AND iRDERRl i at Miami,
this tnl da) of nhc i i i
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Miami It. ni h, Fla
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
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i n ntlerslgued, desirlns I......
i uii.l. r ih fictitious n.iiii. h ol
li< i\\ ARD WBINSTi ICK, Ii O.;
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sani nnmei i'h the Clerk ol the Clr-
eull Court ol Dade County, Florida.
IH IWARD W RINSTl >CK, D. O.,
PRl IFESS in AL ASSI 'I A'l'li IN
SPARBER AND R< 'SKIN P \
Vttorneys tor Applicant
100 Biscayne Hlvil
Miami. FlorMte 33132
10 10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 69-16171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANK C1ER.
Plaintiff
\ H
MARIE CIBR
|l, fell.lalll
Tl l: M ARIE CIBR
16 Rhinesmlth A' .nue
\\ anugue, New Jersi >
You MARIE CIBR ill i In ri l>) ":
,,\ that Hill of Complaint for Di-
vnrri has lie flh against you. and
w.u are required to ^ rvi a copy of
vour Answ i or Ph n Mi u t thi Bill
of Complain) on the plaintiffs at-
lornev, l. I: MAYERS, 1410 Con-
cr.ss Building. Miami. Florida 3313!
i,nil file Ihe original Answer or P'ead-
|-g in the office of Ihe Clerk ol the
I'ir.uii Court on or before the
,|,i v nf November, 1069 If y fnil
to'do so. judgment by default will i>e
taken against you for the rellel de-
manded in the Bill of Comnlnint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, 'his 30th day of September,
* '' B. B 1 EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circull Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C P. COPELAN1'
Deputy Clerk
tCircuil Court Seal)
i R MAYERS
1410 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plalntifl i-ifl-i7-">4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16484
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TURNER KIN'UEI.L.
Plaintiff.
! HENRIETTA KINDELL.
I tefendnnt,
TO: HENRIETTA KiNDEI.L
C 0 Em-', ne Williams
Route ::
Madison, Georgia
iu, HENRIETTA KINDEI.L, are
|.> notified thnl a Bill ol Com
nhiinl for Divorce lias been filed
iiltiihi ) you, and j nu are required to
serve a cop) "i your Answer or Plead-
b ... n,e Bill of Conn.I lint on
nlffs attorney, THOMAS C.
JOHNSON, Dl'NN AND JOHNSON,
Hi: Hisiayn. Ruildinp, Miami. Florida
nnd file 'in original J or i'l. ad-
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"dewisdh IHLoridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 41
Miami, Florida Fridav, October 1C. 126S
Two Sections
Price 20c
Pope
The
Paul, Eban Discuss
Middle East Crisis
VATICAN CITY (JTAt Pope
Fau) VI today received Israel
Foreign Minister Abba Eban in
a "special audience" and they
discussed the Middle East crisis.
peace, reconciliation of the peo-
ples of the region, the future of
Christian and Moslem Holy
Place?, and the refugee issue.
With Mr. Eban was Israeli Am-
bassador to Italy. Amiet Najar.
A Vatican announcement, fol-
lowing the meeting in the Ho'y
See library, said another topic
was the 'sacred and unique
character of Jerusalem." The
announcement said that the Pon-
tiff and Mr. Eban met for little
less than an hour and that "His
Holiness had the opportunity to
reaffirm and personally outline
the positions of the Holy See on
(Middle East) prob'ems."
The Vatican said that Pope
Women's Groups Set
For Annual Meetings
( fiirago The Site
01 Mizraehi Meet
rat's tn the 44th ann"al
i nventlon of the Miz-
n Women's Organization of
ica :r. Chicago Oct. 12 will
witness a filmed ceremony dur-
ing which Lyndon B. John<-or..
36th president <>f the United
Statei ;t'd the organiza-
tion's America-Israi 1 Frkndsh:;>
ward for 1969.
At a Silver .Mit'allion Dinner
ciavs later. Mizraehi Women
Will pay tribute to the Baroness
Aiix de Rothschild, World Pa-
troness of Youth Aliyah. who is
flying to the United States from
France for the occasion.
Both events symbolize the
continuing concerns of the
more than 50.000 members of
the Mizraehi Women's Organi-
sation of America, who are or-
ganize d into some 350 chapters
' every part of the nation.
As one of the three major
VS. women's organizations serv-
ng as agencies of Youth Aliyah.
Mizraehi Women have helped to
scue. resettle and rear an en-
' n gm< ration of Jewish youth
aved from Europe, the Arab
'ands and other parts of the
a (.rid. At the Bessie Gotsfeld
Children's Village alone, there
art youngsters of more than 25
national origins.
Local Mizraehi Women are
alsc active in the work of the
Jewish National Fund, the Is-
rael Bond Drive and the United
Jewish Appeal.
Pioneers Convene
In Washington
Attending the 2ist tiennial
i a-, nal mention of Pit-.- i
Washington D.C.,
Oct. l-'-15. will be Beba Idelson,
v. i r :! pn sid< nt of Pioi
icn-Moetzet Hapoalot, i
m from Isiacl as a. Bpe-
. nvojf of the 60.i.o m m-
bet rganization she htads. ac-
cording t<> an announnn-.i..:
Mrs. Ruse Kaufman, natior.al
president tf the 50.000-mi mbe-r
American Pioneer Women groe;>.
Mrs. Id< lson. former Deputy
Speaker of the Knesset, will
addre ss a gala luncheon in h- r
honor Monday in Washingte>n's
Shoreham Hotel.
C'ther notables who will ad-
dress the delegates during the
four-day convention include Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
States, Itkhak Rabin. Sen. Wil-
liam Proxmirc of Wisconsin, Dr.
Elizabeth Koontz. director of the
Women's Bureau of the Dcpait-
ment of Labor. Dr. Leon Keyser-
ling, economist and Dr. Jucch
Shapiro.
Some 500 Pioneer Women
clubs and councils throughout
the United States will be repre-
sented at the convention. In ad-
dition to workshops and plenary
sessions, seminars dealing with
"Living As A Jew in America"
and "Is Aliyah For Me?" have-
been scheduled, and the election
of a new presklent and executive
board to serve for the next two
Paul "listened attentively" while
Mr. Eban outlined Israeli efforts
to promote peace and while he
discussed the status of Jews in
Arab nations. The Holy See said
that th Pontiff "was inspired
only by higher religious motives
and by Christian and human
charity" as well as a desire to
see "a Just and lasting peace and
a brotherly and meaningful co-
existence."
Speaking later to Rome's Jew-
ish community in a synagogue.
Mr. Eban said. "I found an at-
mosphere of esteem and profound
ct for our sove eignty and
for our historical evolution. I
hope this will be a point of dc-
] tare for further contacts on
int< rnational policy that wi'.l
part of our effort to achieve
i *"
Isra ii Go\ eminent cire'es at-
I ehel great importance to the
ting, it ; believed thai the
time r.n Isra< !i minister had
! n r< eived :* Pope in th?
" ticai 1952 when Pius
X!I re wived then Fo Mir.-
;-: r Moshe Sh r In a : i
nee
AUSTRALIAN PLIADS INNOCfNT
Rohan Trial Opens
On Arson Charges
JERUSALEM (JTA I Michael
Denis William Rohan, the 28-
year-old Australian accused of
setting the El Aksa mosque fire
Aug. 21, has pleaded innoerent to
four charges read by Judge
Henry E. Baker, the Scottish-
born Israeli jurist who heads the
three-member district court try-
ing Rohantwo of arson and
two of violation of a Holy Place.
The defendant pleaded innocent
through his court-appointed law-
yer. Yitzhak Tunik, a prominent
criminal lawyer from Tel Aviv.
The Rohan trial opened in a
400-scat hall of the city's con-
vention center, Binyanei Haoma.
It was packed to capacity with
I i lice si curity guards, newsmen.
TV can* ra crews and spectators
including members of the for-
eiui diplomatic corps. Moslem
ttaries from East Jerusalem
,'.:.d Israeli officials.
The sight of Rohan, flanked
by tv. i policemen in a bullet-
proof '-lass both wearing tar-
3 Egyptian MIGs
Lost In Fierce Fight
years.
TEL AVIV i JTA i Israeli
fighters and anti-aircraft gins
downed three Egyptian MIGs in
what was described as a fierce
Egyptian air attack on Israel
positions on the east bank of the
Suez Canal. A military spokes-
man said that 20 Egyptian plane?
inc'ud ng MIG-17s and MIG-21s
participated in the attack.
Accordinc to the spokesman,
the three Egyptian planes were
knocked out within minutes
.i'tcr the attack began. Israeli
fighters were credited with two
MIG-21s and antiaircraft gun-
ners got a MIG-17. All Israeli
planes returned safely to their
bases and no casualties were
suffered in the Israeli side. The
spokesman said two Egyptian
pilots were seen bailing out over
Egyptian territory.
The battle brought to 54 the
number of Egyptian plane; Is-
rael savs it has downed since
the 1967 war. The last major air
battle occured on Sept. 11 when
Israel said it shot elown 11 jets
and lost one Mirage of its own.
Israeli secuiity authorities pre-
pared for possible trouble in the
Ramallah area following the
deportation of that town's popu-
lar mayor. Nadim Baro, and six
other Arabs from Ramallah and
nearby West Bank villages for
alleged cooperation with ter-
r irists and incitement of civil
disorder. Three Arabs from
Heb-on were also deported on
similar charges. All crossed into
Continued on Pago 12-A
phones to hear the simultaneous
English translation of the He-
brew proceedings made compari-
son with the trial of the notori-
ous Gestapo chief Adolf F.ich-
mann inevitable.
Israeli authorities have been
anxious to play down the resem-
blance. But the Rohan trial is
the most important, from an in-
ternational point of view, to be
held in Israel since Eichmann
was tried and convicted. The
mosque lire set off violent rep-
(rcussions throughout the Mos-
lem world and Israelis are ad-
mittedly anxious to give the
suspect's trial maximum publici-
ty in order to refute the Arab
charge that Israel was responsi-
ble for the bla/e.
Rohan was seen to swallow
hard when Judge Maker stated
that each of the two counts of
a; sen against him carry a pen-
alty of 15 yells' imprisonment
and the two counts of violating
a Holy Place, seven years each
a total of 1-1 years. The court
admitted as evidence the con-
fession he allegedly made lo Je-
rusalem police who arrested him
within 24 hours of the fire. Also
admitted as evidence were color
slides allegedly taken by Rohan
of the exterior and interior of
the mosque before he set it afire.
According to police, the latter
showed incendiary material in-
side the shrine before it was
ignited.
Rohan's alleged confession was
read to the court by David Of-
fer, a deputy police officer, at the
request of prosecuting attorney
Meir Shamgar, one of the law-
Continued on Pooe H-A
$2.8 Million For Was
NEW YORK iWNSi Hias
treasurer Carl Glick reported
that in order to meet mounting
refguee needs caused by events
in Pastern Europe and the Arab
world, the agency will be re-
quired to spend S2.8 million this
year, a figure which is 15 per-
cent more than the expenditures
of 1968.
3,000 Delegates To Attend UAHC'S Convention
Reform Jewry this month will tional life and inspire deeper Jew-
Kevnoting the general assembly and international issues as the
Vietnam war. germ and chemical
the
ial and
ne 3.000 lay and rabbinic lead- will converge on Miami Beach to lines for productive t
Long an advocate of greater
rs attend the 50th General As- take active part in the convention, "State of Our Union" message to V()Ulh participation in the affairs
Bembly of the Union of American which will be held at the Fan- the delegates of the two conven- cf reUgjOI1 anii of the community.
Hebrew Congregations (UAHCi tainebleau Hotel Oct. 25-30. tions. the UAHC president will confront
to grapple with the problems of Concurrently, the National Fed- In his comprehensive address. hiad.un tne disenchantment of
apathv' conf Bion and vouth alien- eration of Temple Sisterhoods, the Rabbi Eisendrath will outline pro- youth witn tne practices rather
ation'that beset all religious or- women's agency of the UAHC, will grams, projects and recommenda- tnan the principles of Judaism, and
Iganizations in this era of social hold its 27th Biennial Assembly in tions designed to strengthen tne h<1 wi proposi. specific ways in
and gical revolution the Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach. Its role of the synagogue as the cen- whicn youth can ^ involved in
Intent on charting new courses delegates will participate in six ter of Jewish religious life, and he
[cf action to revitalize ccngrega- substantive UAHC forums.
El Fatah Seeks Recruits
RIO DE JANEIRO (WNS>
El Fatah, the Arab terrorist or-
ganization, is reportedly seeking
recruits from and the supi>ort of
the 14.000 Arab refugees who
have entered Brazil since the
end of the Six-Day War. The im-
migrants, who are continuing to
arrive at the rate of 40-60 per-
sons per month, have tourist
visas without the right to work
in the nation, but they have-
been settling in Rio. Sao Paulo,
Parana and Rio Grande Do Sul.
Anti-Semitic Series Ends
GUATEMALA CITY iWNSi -
A regular series of anti-Semitic
articles published in the news-
j aper La Hora. owned by Cle-
itk nte Marroquin Aokas, vice
president of Guatemala, has ap-
parently come to an end.
will speak out on such national
Continued on Pago 2-A

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Candleight Cchen 10-A 4-A Sermon 10-A Synagogues 10A TV 10-A
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Friday, October 10. 1969
Number 41
28 TISHRI 5730
Russell's Acceptance Is Good News
The official announcement of Robert Russell's accep-
tance of leadership of Greater Miami's 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal comes as no surprise for it was expscted
that the dynamic young industrialist would serve a second
term. But it is still good news, for his inspired work at the
top led the community to its greatest success in raising
more than S4 million last year and an even greater effort
is needed in the year ahead.
Bob Russell is another example of the younq men
who are coming into prominence in Greater Miami's
Jewish community and, in a way, it is a tribute to the
founding fathers, most of them still active, that they have
nurtured and encouraged this policy. There are a goodly
number of these younger leaders now stepping into the
spotlight and this course of development can only mean
good for the future of Miami Jewry.
Essence Of Democracy
The American Jewish commitment to Israel in financial
and moral support still seems to be a source of confusion
for many non-Jews, some of them even seeing something
sinister in this commitment.
In a democratic society, where conflicting forces are
always at work, it is taken for granted that special in-
terests will press their views: the workers, the farmers, the
oil people, the Chamber of Commerce, and so forth
this is the essence of democracy. It should be no surprise,
then, if under the circumstances in the Middle East and
the history of the past 2,000 years that American Jews
have this commitment to their brothers, not only in Israel,
but wherever they are oppressed in the world. It would
be a surprise if they felt otherwise.
'Chutzpah' Is The Word For It
The French may have their own word for it, but in Jew-
ish it would come out as "chutzpah." This is the only way
to describe the action of the French firm, which built the
Mirages the government refuses to let it deliver, in billing
Israel for maintenance costs while the planes are being
storedin France. News reports did not state what the
Israelis said when they returned the bill.
Stable Nations Show Objectivity
Although the conference of Islamic heads of nations ir.
Morocco was believed a: first to be rallying call aqcrins:
Israel because of the unfortunate El Aksa Mosque fire, in
many ways it turned out to Israel's advantage.
Besides illustrctir.g the inability of the Arab states to
agree on anything, it also proved that more stable naticr.-
like Turkey and Iran were not buying the Arab line and
were not about to break their good relations with Israel no
matter how much "solidarity" they had to show on the
surface. And a number of the African nations, which
have depended so much on Israeli know-how to build their
own developing countries, cut the whole affair dead from
the beginning. Now if the United Nations v/ould develop
as much objectivity, even under the stress of diplomacy,
the chances for peace Ln the Middle East would be greatly
enhanced.
Comment
You liberals out there shouldn't
sell President Nixon's mora-
torium psychology short. He may
not get the halt in the criticism
of his Vietnam policyas a mat-
ter of fact, that criticism will be
Intensified at a happening next
week scheduled by the Vietnam
itorium Committeebut he
is getting a mood, and his kill
of results; or is it non-res -
We would be less than neigh-
borly if wfe did not welcome nis
frequent escapes from Washing -
ton to nca;by Key Bascayot? ant
can only envy his ability t j
make the Presidency one big
vacation. The press may grumble
about the infrequency of his
press conferences but. ha
hi a I an I read the latest on
ll is :air to conclude that it
only a variation on the mora-
torium theme, nothing doing
If one looks closely at the Nix-
on record to date there is a con-
sistency that lends credit to a
man who has so oft
criticizi d for ambivalence. His
administration has declare i a
moratorium on school integra-
tion. It has slowed down he i
research. It has put the qui
on the Model Cities program, on
clearing the slums. That's what
I call moratorium psychology.
and there's nothing inconsistent
about it.
The fact that there is no real
moratorium in military sper. i-
ing. on space projects or super-
sonic planes should not lead any-
one to accuse the President of
nsistency. He isn't complete-
ly asleep at the switch.
What may spoil the Nixon
plan to bring the nation to a
chlng halt, maybe back it
u:> a little, is a mixed-up coali-
tion oi liberals and leftists, stu-
i nts ii I elders, who have taken
a : at from the Presi lent's book
and formed a Vietnam Morato-
Committee the campaign
plan f which is Nj Peace for
Nixon."
(JriikP the Nix;> H
r >gr im this ~'-;'A
the war in Vi '-
to a halt through orgai
st that will i "' '
month in seal". Thus
iCt. 15 thi r< is sch lul I a one-
day halt m -' I ittenda
at c eges in I high '
whic be quite
is well as an attempt to
lown factories and stores a".
rt which at this point
I have little chance of suci
: j [n mid-November there will
i gathering of the forces for
t v ) lays in Washington. it h I
: :h of some 50.000 identifii I
name as representatives of
those who have died in the war
around thi White House.
Because of the mixed bag par-
ti lipating, there will be some at-
t mpts to put ugly labels on the
movement, but it has gathered
in i it a host of respectable
porters including Republican
Senators such as Mark Hatfiel 1
by EDWARD COHEN
and Charles Goodell. in a i
to Democrats like Muskie,
bright. McCarthy and McG
On the local scene, one can
discern the same mixture <
Oct. 15 program takes ,
Most eyes will probably
the University of Miami ca
basically a conservative
! )l student aCti\ Itv .' '' ,
a full day's activity, ending
ly or "vigil" in th-
is planned.
[i imi's coalition is hopii j
icipation at many lev -
- with a minute if s
c >nt mplation througho it th?
unity at 11 a.m. I
strations before the Dad
ty Draft Board headquai; -
downtown Miami are sched
and. at 5 p.m.. those tangl
in the d uly traffic mess a
[ng to be asked to blow
:. ,. ns for a few minutes
of the campaign to
war.
If President Nixon has ii I
preted the mood of the coum
an i he is a shrewd politic
it may well be proved
Wednesday. By some curious
twist, the test of the Nixoi ''
ratorium will come from trv;
Vietnam Moratorium, the pur-
pose of which is the exact
site.
The question before the Am
lean people seems to be: Stop
t War. or Stop the Nation.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BA TRI. Kien Hoa Province
You arrive, dead-beat, at the end
of a long, long day. to be greet I
by an improbably frail-looking
young foreign service offi
You want a bath and a rest. Hj
wants to show you Ba Tri Dis-
trict. He wins; and you set fl
in his battered scout car. groan-
ing inwardly.
But as always, it turns out I
be well worth the trouble to g
and have a lcok. At : rst ;
mainly want to know what a
man like Dennis Hartei
to be doing as a district advis -r
at the quite literal back-ol
vond.
Briskly dodging a pig ir. the
narrow, bumpy road. Harter \-
plains that he volunteered, that
is been in Ba Tn 14 months
a-, i that he doubts he will
: | mother post as richly re-
. ,: ling S i yo i make a mental
for the umpteenth time, to
- p ;> in ; bewil l< n I by the
, itwardly bewildi i ing ai iel
An :: ins who are ffi i -ntly
a: 1 enthusiastically on the job
::. '.'; tnam.
Th n .: lav ::s on you lal
a li.....g, u lite n rt I
God knows how m inj con-
. an ish-i : ugh
strict >l the
has always been the major V'C
- inghold In the Delta. Hart
laughs cheerfully and tells you
tr.at there are more VC in Ba
Tri. because the district g it I w
h )t to hold them some tin.
The little road passes a !
eai dam. which is
built to keep the s-a-tii- .' >'-
th : ; er in the dry seas i
dan Is Harter's pride a
: ,. it will keep the sa'.r from
t i fields, and will th ;
I Tri to raise two ir
i ips a year, inst i
. lui In : the rai i; i-

"II should n arly lou
i] ita income," h -1. -'
3 i man feel he's
s >mewhere when he can
. the .:. ime ol '
a ii kin : opl
3 : nly, this a
thro igh Ba Tri's
a 1 in!v n
. For peace has
t ..- stra; je but '. l\
trysi le. Wil
... ..... ;'.
..-.- pi a
.,. con
a lerve at s
- ill
don it
b
t And
- this foi
i ago 1
! stronglj
as
Is
gth cent ir K -: i

In truth, the fact thai v-'
: as ha i to retreat e I
from Ba Tri should be
mean that the Job is
nearly finished In Kien H'->*
Province as a whole. In twa
province you really wonder if tne
local brigade of the 9th US
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Friday. October 10, lafiq
Trial Of IUya Rips
Mere Formality?
LONDON (JTA) II has b
reported that the trial of IUya
Rips, a Latvian Jewish student
afire
I running
ii cing the
Sovii t tn "i Jews and
. allowed
to | iel will be only a
ility to onfii m a medical
is mentally III.
infirm
the medical 1
]> to s> nd Rips to a ; sychiatric
story treat*
said.
i irnalisl Pyotr Pe-
1 i in the Sun-
day ibaerver, said that contrary
to previous rejiorts, the youth
would not !* tried for protest-
ire against Soviet iV-Sli ieYMh of
Jewish emigration. Charges of
anti-Soviet activities have been
dropped, he said.
Meanwhile an underground
journal in Moscow claimed that
it was now evident that while
Rips did publicly protest against
Russians treatment of the Jews,
his main objection was to the
Soviet occupation of Czechoslo-
vakia. Because it is difficult to I
prove any intent to subvert the :
Soviet system, the article said.
Rips will be confined on the pre-
text that his doctors have classi-
fied him as mentally abnormal.
letter Carriers' Annual Ball
The Miami Letter Carriers As-
sociation. Branch 1071. will skip
the Zip and dance the night away
at their 31st Annual Ball in the
Bayfront Park Auditorium. 5th
Street and Biscayne Blvd.. Satur-
day evening, Oct. 18.
Continuous dance music by Fred
Shannon Smith and his Clubmen
will be featured, with Ray Fberle,
vocalist, and the Charles Austin
Quintet. Tickets can be purchased
at the door.
At a luncheon meeting hosted by Milton Weiss, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at Miami Beach
Federal Savings & Loan Association's executive dining
room, the Accountants Division of the 1970 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign set plans for
the upcoming drice. Morton Marcus and Gary Gerson ac-
cepted the chairmanship of the national and local account-
ing firms, respectively. Seated, left to right, are A. B. Wiener;
Hank Meyer, Public Relations Consultant; Milton Weiss,
Robert Russell, president and chairman of the Board ?i
Russell Aluminum Corp. and general campaign chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fur.:
campaign; Charles Bertzoff. Standing, left to right. Morton
Marcus, Al Beer, Stuart Rothchild, Jerry Bloom. Gary
Gerson, and Myron J. Brodie, assistant executive director,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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Program To Fight
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Cleveland Jewish Community
Federation and the Cleveland
Foundation are underwriting a
$60,000 three-year program de-
signed to help major industrial
companies in the area to re-
cruit, retain and promote quali-
fied Jews in managerial posi-
tions. Robert Hexter, chairman
of the Committee on Executive
Suite Discrimination of the
Cleveland chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee has an-
nounced.
The project has two goals, the
elimination of discriminatory
practices which still exist in the
hiring and promoting patterns
of major industries in the Cleve-
land area, and to encourage
young Jews to apply for execu-
tive positions.
"This is a program that can
benefit everyone," Mr. Hexter
said. "Companies are yearning
for good talent, and talented
young Jews want good jobs. But
the Jewish executive has been
bypassed by discriminatory poli-
cies that exist among middie-
level executives despite top
management's desire to pursue
an open-door policy. It is also a
Business Bias In Cleveland Area
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fact that young Jews have felt
excluded from major compai
because of the Anglo-Saxon Im-
age these companies have built
up over the years."
The new program will be ad-
ministered jointly by the Cleve-
land chapter of the AJCommit-
tee ar.d the Cleveland Jewish
Vocational Service, a recruiting
and employment advisory agen-
cy and an affiliate of the national
Jewish Occupational Council. A
grant of $12,000 has been re-
ceived for the program from the
Jewish Community Federation
of Cleveland. Through the Anis-
feld Wolf Fund, the Cleveland
Foundation has mad- a grant of
S39.400 toward a total budget
of $60,000.
The $12,000 Federation grant
marks the first time a local co-
ordinating group for Jewish phi-
lanthropy has made a major fi-
! nancial contribution to an action
j project having to do with execu-
; tive suite discrimination. The
money is to be applied to the
first 18 months of the project's
operation, with an option for an
additional grant for the second
half of the program. The project
I is a direct result of a research
1 study conducted under the aus-
j pices of the AJCommittee by the
I Survey Research Center of the
University of Michigan's Insti-
tute for Social Research and
underwritten by the sam-' feder-
ation and foundations that are
now supporting th I ill < ip ac-
ti r: program.
The report o! this si
The Chos. n Pew" an I ased
i". May 196S. indicati a wide
gap betwei n noi itory
licies as < xpress- I by 1
: mag ment of ma
ni an! id ial > rsoi pra -
tic as .'\ cuted b<
\ cutives.
JWV Auxiliary To Mark
'United Nations Month'
The Norman Bruv Brown Post
ind Auxiliary 174. Jewish War
Veterans, will mark United Na-
ti ins Month at their regular meet-
ing in the Pythian Hall. 4601 W.
Flagler St.. at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 21. Prof. John Bethea, of the
L'-M History Department, who is a
U-M History Dept., a member of
the Miami-Coral Gables Chapter
if the United Nations Association,
will speak on "Peace Activiti ol
the United Nations."
A film entitled Peace Keeping-
U.N. Business," v-'.v. be showi '
narral I by Mrs El i I S. Felts,
pr -: Ii ." if th Mian i-Coral
Gables Chapter >l the United Na-
tions Association.
Milton Berk Named for
'Man Of The Year' Award
Milton Berle will b I
icipient of the "Man : th V a:
Aw ard" of the (!hi In i l
a non-profit day school
tionally disturbe I
' it holds its annual men rship
dinn r danci at 1 F ml i l*au
Hot- i Jan. 24. The pr ntai
ill be ma le by Art < 'ai i
won the 1968 award.
Cochairmen for the event, v
will begin with a 7 p.m
followed by dinner at 8:3 i I
celebrity-studded show with
ing to the music of Sammj S U
and his orchestra, are Mrs M trtin
Peldman and Mrs. Alan Kess f
Mayor Dermer Speaks
Miami Beach Mayor Jay D
was the guest speaker at th 9
a.m. breakfast meeting of tl
Men's Club Sundav. which was
held in the Forte Towers
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The 1370 Trades and Profe~sicns Cabinet of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, has begun to set the structure
end plans for the 1970 drive. Pictured above at the cabinet's
initial meeting in the Federation's Board Room, are: Seated,
left to right, Leo A. Chaikin, associate chairman; David B.
Fleerr.an, chairman. Standing left to right, Morton Silber-
man. associate chairman; Irving Rubin, associate chairman;
and L. Jules Aricin, associate chairman.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Coordinating Chaplain for the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy Ser-
vice, on his daily rounds to hospitals, homes for the aged,
and prisons, servicing those Jewish residents who are with-
out a temple crftiliCion. Pictured above at Jeckson Memorial
Hospital, are Mrs. Milton S. Green, a member of the Com-
munity Chaplaincy Board; Rabbi Schiff; and Robert Lapin.
Not pictured is Leo Eisenstein, chairman. Community Chap-
laincy Board.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
THE TRUSTED INSTRUMENT OF
THE JEWISH PEOPLE FOR THE
REDEMPTION OF THE JEWISH
SOiL AND THE JEWISH PEOPLE IS
THE J.N.F. EVERY JEW SHOULD'
HAVE A SHARE IN ISRAEL'S RE-
LOCATION.
BEN GURION
Left to Right: Shmul Naftoli, head of o Kibbutz, lunching with Dr. Irving tehrman. Mayor Joy
Ocrmer, David ond Mrs. Dermer on their recent visit to Israel.
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OF
ISRAEL

David Dermer, son of Mayor Jay Dermer,
planting a tree in one of the JNF Forests.
on SUNDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28th, 1969, at 6 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Guest Speaker: SIR BARNETT JENNER
Senior Membe' British Parliament
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, 420 LINCOLN ROAD
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN,
Chairman, J.N.F. Foundation
MAYOR JAY DERMER,
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Religion And The Law
KAKKI JOSEPH R. XAKOT
ni|ilf laml ill QnatOf Mi.imi
hm is a little periodic publi-
< a ion in the United States which
t scribes various confrontations
tween religion and the law. !!'-
cently there was
a description in
it of a sect in
California being
brought to court
because its loail-
ers prophesy. A
judge decided
that if the min-
isters are not
paid for their
prophecies, they
may, continue to
make them with
ffabbi Narof llo interference.
In Judaism, prophecy ended with
1t great men of the biblical tra-
. ion. Nevertheless, we continue
to be interested in the question.
Oi r Tonh frequently discusses
ih1 difference between true and
Itisc prophets. We are warned
?. tinst listening to false prophets.
!' t how can we tell the difference
twecn the true prophet and the
sc prophet? We do this in the
Tirah by looking at the prophecy
Stl If. If the prophecy never comes
1, pass, then the prophet is false.
I think this means that a man who
predicts something that cannot
happen is a false prophet.
We have had false prophets in
our midst in recent years. The
generals anil statesmen who have
continued to predict the end of
the war in Viet Nam have been
false prophets because after each
prophecy the official policy con-
tinues to be warlike. And peace
cannot come from a policy of war.
It can only come from a genuine
desire for i>oace.
So it will be' with our lives dur-
ing the coming year. Unlike God.
who created the world out of noth-
ing, according to our Jewish tradi-
tion, we human beings can only
create out of substance. If we wish
to be learned, we must study. If
we wish to help our people the
world over, we must live out a
program of support for them. If
we want our children to follow
certain ideals, we must set these
ideals before them. Then will our
prophecies i>e fulfilled.
True prophecy in Judaism is not
Wishful thinking or magic. It is
the certainty that comes with hard
work anil sincere striving.
United Hias Holds 2-l)av Conference
GENEVA Field directors, heads j
i oo] erating organisations in Eu-
-. the United States. Canada I
I !. tin America, and delegates
1 m L Aernment and intergovern-
nvntal agencies active in moving
fi I integrating refugees partici-
pi ted .11 the two-day 14th Over-
- is Migration Conference held
' by the United Hias Service
] r the leadership of its newly
cted president, Harold Kried-
11. uf New York.
Saynor Jacobson. executive vice
side nt. who gave the opening
address, paid special tribute to the
I vcrnments of Denmark and
>; veden for their generous co-
* ration in providing resettle-
1 iiit opportunities, and described
the huge problems faced in pro-
% .ling for the thousands who have
'plied to the ageno for assist-
1 ce. He deplored the restrictions
e 1 the movement of Jewish minor-
es in the Middle East, and ex-
essed confidence thai his agency
luld be able io resettle them in
ether countries if they were al-
ii 'I in leave.
A report was heard from Carl
t iek of New York, the agency's
1 easurer. who stated that the esti-
ite ef funds required had been
i vised upward from !>L'.r>.->0.000
to $2,800,000- as a result of recent
events. He expressed confidence,
however, that the necessary re-
sources would be found to meet
these pressing needs.
Veterans Eligible
For Home Loans
P. C. Campbell, who is in charge
of the Miami Veterans Adminis-
tration office, has issued a remind-
er to returning veterans that they
are eligible for home loans for
from 12 to 20 years after they gel
out of the service.
To determine the expiration date
of his eligibility. Mr. Campbell ex-
plained, each veteran who served
after Jan. 31, 1965, can assume
that he has 10 years after his dis-
charge from active duty, plus one
year for each three months of
military service. Thus, a Viet Nam
era veteran with two years serv-
1 ice. for example, would have IS
years to use his G.I. Bill loan guar-
' anty after his discharge.
Mr. Campbell noted the G.I. in-
terest maximum was raised in Jan-
uary, 1909 to 714% in order to
Increase the availability of credit
for veterans who desired to own
, their own homes.
Hilltni;;lluiilMD]HMRinMJllUlllllllllUMiiil>liliitl
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bereshith
flu- primeval world, covered with water, swathed in
darkness. And G-d said, "Let there be light."
And God said: 'Lei there be light' and God divided
the light from the darkness'' (Gen. 1:3-4).
BERESHITH God created the world in six days. On the
first daj He creat d the light and called 1! "day"; the darkness
II' 'ailed "night.'' On the second day He created the expanse ol
the heavens. On the third day the waters were assembled into
OC ns and dry land was sen. 'lies was railed "earth." Next,
ution flourished. On the fourth day the luminaries were
fix.-1 in tiv sky On the filth day, fish, reptil s and fowl were
created. On the sixth day, the lieasts, animals, and man were
"1. On the seventh day, God rested from all His labors,
ih. efore he blessed the seventh day and sanctified it.
Man was created alone; afterwai 1. 1 a rib from
Adam's side and fashioned a wife for him; Adam calk I her- Eve,
meaning "the mother oi nil living thin
At first Adam and Eve lived happilj m the Garden ui' Eden;
hut they ale the liuit of the forbidden trei ol know!
were driven OUl ol Paradise. The sons of man multiplied and
ressed However, their ways were evil, and God decided to
erase all men from the face of the earth. On!;, Noah found favor
in the eyes ol God.
This recounting of the Weekfy P01 fieri of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the)
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that among observ-
ant Jews a man does not wear
a Tallis until he is married.
A number of reasons are ad-
vanced for this. According to
some, the inference for this prac-
tice is drawn from the fact that
the Biblical verse which com-
mands the people of Israel to wear
fringes (Deut. 22:12) is followed
by a verse which begins by saying
"If a man takes a wife" (Deut.
22:13). The fact that these two
verses are in such close proximity
indicates that the two situations
go together, that a man wears a
Tallis 1 with fringes) after he takes
a wife.
Some of the kabbalists (the Aril
claim that the condition of mar-
riage puts an aura of light on a
man and that the Tallis which is
wrapped around the man indicates
that the light is wrapped around
him. This occurs only after mar-
riage when a man reaches a cer-
tain stage of self-fulfillment as
the Bible required of him in giving
him his first responsibility of "in-
creasing and multiplying" which is
accomplished through marriage.
As a matter of fact, it has become
a tradition for the bride to give
the groom a Tallis as a gift. Of
course, it should be understood
that even if an unmarried man is
not required to wear a Tallis
which he wraps himself with, he
still is required to wear an under-
garment of four corners to which
the traditional Cringes are at-
tached.
What Is "A>ln Hora?"
"Ayin Hora" has often been
translated as "evil eye." Some |>oo-
ple translate it "The Eye of an
Evil (Person)." The latter trans-
lation would indicate that the ex-
pression refers to the results and
the reaction of an evil person who
looks upon the good fortune and
wealth of others with envy. Some
ol the mystic sources contend that
these reactions are harmful to the
Individual who is the object of this
nvy. Some go as far as saying
that harmful rays are emitted.
The Talmud (Kthics of the
Fathers) indicates that an evil
eye can sometimes "drive a man
from this world." Some claim that
this expression is to be taken fig-
uratively and that what is meant
by it is the fact that "envy" has
often been the source of great
trouble and disaster as it often
leads to such crimes as theft and
murder. "Ayin Hora" would simply
be another word for "envy."
According to the Jewish tra-
dition, what is the age of the
world?
The general undents
that according to Jewisl
our world is 5730 years 1 1 This
is in line with the tradition that
the year of the Jewish lendar
corresponds to the year ol the
creation of the world. However,
there is a well-known state ment in
the Talmudic literatim- thai our
world is not the lirst in,,. 1,, have
been created. Rath. r. claim the
1 alibis, thr Almightj en
Worlds before ouis an(j i, .1,,>-,.(|
them. If such lie the .
istence of matter is ih, rcfon vi rj
old certainly much -
VT.'io years. Some mysl .
thai the four crowns on ih
letter of the Bible (a found in
the Torah Scroll) signify 1;,, ,.
istence of four worlds v liich were
created -me alter 11,,. 0the, ,.
being the fourth.
More Americana settled in Is-
rael during 1!I(!H than in any
previous 12 month period in the
. history of the Jewish State
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES 2M3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowltz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dull Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
. K"rr- 3;
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday a.m. *ne
Torah Leaaon. Bar Mitavah: Mlohael,
.......,f Mr inn! .Mrs Edward Block.
Mtnrha ; p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sehitf. 6
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Diekson. 6
Friday sun-.ii Saturday tt*3 u.m. "In
The Defdnninr." Sundajl I a,rq Bar
htfltsvah: Reld. .-mi of Mr. and Mrs
: David Lewie
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkee 8
Friday *:'S pin. fluent Speaker: Mr.
Morris Harris, Tempt* Preeldenl
Topic: "I.....kin Ahead "
ISRAEL (TEMPLtJ Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Frldaj B:IS p.m Sermon: "Side I'.uru.-
iii Pay oh'.1 Mod i ir My-in-rm'
' ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday R:80 p.m and SMS p.m Ser-
mon: "Some Second Thought* en
! Science Vx Religion." Saturday B:4B
I ii in Sermon: "The -'"ill Century
Torah: Modern lnsichi Into Anclenl
! Hlatory."
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
1 OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
Friday B:8fl p in ami 8 p in Satur-
day K:3ii a in Bar Mitavah Michael,
non ef Mr. ami Mrs Kenneth \Vnk.
servative Rabbi Milton Schhn.l "
Cantor Tibor Moues. ,I"I,J;
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER ...
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmis,
at. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM U4J
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi a! B?n
. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) ir".
N E. Miami_ Gardens Drive~ Con
33
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. it llHi
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max i i
sehltx. Cantor Jacob Renzer. *',
Friday S:i"> p.m. Sermon: -n tu. ;
Winning the War ..f Propasun
B'NAI RAPHAEU*1401 NW 183rd s
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rv,h.i"
Canter Jack Lerner. it
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADF
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd Aye
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kinosley. 37
Friday 8:16 p.m Seminar Diwutisioi
Saturday 10:80 a.m. liar Mil 1,
Sei'll. sen of Mr. and Mrs Robt.r' H
Wollman: Terry, (on of Mr and Mr*
Robert H. Wollman
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nt
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah =
Caplan. j"g
YOUNG ISRAEL OP GREATEH
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthooo.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. a
CORAL *GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Grsn.ds
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns K.p-
per. 4,
Kriilnv 8:13 p.m, Salunluv 11 -
Car Mitavah: Allan Hdjward,
Mr. anil Mrs. William Rlbblci
CANDLEIIGHTING TIME
28 TISHRI-6:38
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15 \
Friday S:t", pm i:u<--i Speaker: .luil^-i-
IMu.ml Klein Saturday 10 a 111
ZION (TEMPLEi. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W. Dixie H*y. Conservative.
R.ibbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bern"
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
Fridaj sir, p.m, Sermon: "Alone Bui
N'.t l.'iirlv." Saturday n:4j < -
Sermon: Scriptural Leaaon,
------------
FT. lAUDCROAL!
BETH ISRAEL fTEMPLE). 847 B.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldci
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
4Z
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. LeviUn.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 4*.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox, Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
eky. Cantor Maunce Mamches. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEi. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
' BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. R.ibbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabhi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Convuer. 21
B5 JFII-AH.936 Euclid Ave Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW*CONGREGATION.
r = ?k. Washington ** Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMnnIl-"Ei- ,TE^*PLE). 1701 Wash-
ngton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
HDrRoWhAHCADIMY- 2400 Pi"etree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
HALLANDAlf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 NE. Fir;t *- 44
HCHLYW00D
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4|
Friday R:18 p.m. Sermon: "Nea Be*
ginning*.
Gross.
exander S.
25
C0^ord0MeyeVbEbnfl,T,'b" M ^
KoE.h^TH ,?AeT "15 Euclid Ave.
?.r,-h.sAbr?^' a%r,d l..... MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
S^n^Fe^n.^^
s:brS' is^s&^tss^
30
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative. Rsaol
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irv -|
Gold. 48
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shap re.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MsRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Kosher.
411
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick 48
SURFSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Tcwn
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. v
60
This f>a%c is firtpjred in
coohrrutinn u'ith the Greater
Miami Rubbinii'dl Association.
Coordinator of the fejiurei
apf-'J''".? here is
DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
Spirnii.il Leader of
Bfth Torah Conoreoatiob
0? North Miami Beach

KMkUcJ VeLisio* 'Pro-ams
0,"','J~,;!:s,1"1/'1i"r"L Th^^h Worship Hour
"osl Rabbi Eugene Labovitz,
Ocl !._( mmp, Nef Tamu1' Miil,,,i H'':",h-
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Host; RabW Simeon Kobrlnetz. B'nai B'rith Hlllel
foundation, Univerrtty of Miami, Coral Gables
1 "!": Ani.'ruo, Youth Today: The Stucloats and
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Friday, October 10. 1969
V'.Jtnteih fhrkfloir)
Paqe 11A
Rohan Trial Opens
On Arson Charges
(Continued from Pace l-.V)
v. ra who helped prosecute Eich-
liann. Deputy Offer testified
thai when he questioned Rohan
foil* w ing his arrest, the prisoner
said, "I 't up in the morning,
W( n( out and burned the 1:1
mosque." The alleged con-
ion n ad by i he deputy said:
I road in Ihe Prophel Zacha-
thal one jwrson would
:> faljiifl b.V fJo build Ihi'
[, : [tin, l dii "l> (ell thai God
w -i:;'' d itic <<> buiki i he Temple
and thai I would Ire in pi o\
a in h r this '-all w a.-, ir",'' or
ij di stroying the mosque."
li went nn in say thai Rohan
)u< paid Arab guides in take
li tours of the mosque doz-
I ,f linns ami P II how ho
made plans for setting it afire,
; n lias claimed to in- a mem-
i the Church ol Cud. a fun-
- ntalist .'';"i, stanl seel with
:n adq tai > rs in i 'yprus which is
[ In 1 i li, \ thai '111' I'l'S-
urrcction of Ji s>is musl follow
-' i storal i'i:i i! the Temple in
I, rusali m. The mosque, third
'"i: il ihrine of Islam, occupies
thi site mi which 'he Temple
is li, liovi d in have stood,
chargi s against Roh in
d thai the accusi d made an
live all' mpt to set fire to
thi mosque several weeks be-
fore the Aug. 21 blaze, only suc-
' ding in scorching a door. The
earlier fire wenl unnoticed and
was linreportcd by the Moslem
guards employed bj the Waqf
the Moslem religious council in
Jerusalem responsible lor the
security aid maintenance of
Most m shrines. In a report in
Pri mi (inlda Mcir, a kin1
Isiaeli-Arab committee inquir-
ing into cumstanci s ol Hie
Air:. : 1 I- charged the Waql
with lign re. Mosli
on i ho ol it i' "and. have eh.
Israi li I i)lice wew? negligent in
I i" ni')si;ii''.
Calls for a 'hole war" against
i.i I were rhatleiby Arab Icad-
ii i"n sidi nt G mal Abdel Nas-
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Carlyle. 27th Avenue, Plaza-Holly-
wood and Boca Raton on Friday,
i 9 i 'i.'I* s" a wktely-acolaimed
Claudi Chabrol film, is in the May-
iair and Sunset Theatres. Three
films are showing at the Coral
Way Drive-In: "Blood Feast,"
'2,000 laniaes" and "Color Me
Blood Red"; al the North Dade
Drive-In are "Daddy's Gone A-
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I h M n\ ei are "Funny Girl" w I h
Barbra Stn isand and Omar Sharif
at the Carib, Twin J and Hallan-
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!.< sl pic tun ol the year, at the
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gave them an excuse to call an
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Tin' conference < tided inconclu-
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Principals in a reception tendered for Yehoshua Levy,
treasurer of Histadrut in Israel, discuss current situation in
Israel in the offices of XiOX International, Miami-based
data processing firm of which Lou Poller is chairman of the
board. Pictured (from left), are Dr. Leon Kronish, national
vice president of Histadrut in the United States; Mr. Poller,
cssociate national treasurer of Histadrut in this country;
Mr. Levy; and Moe Levin, chairman of the Labor Zionist
Organization division of Histadrut in South Florida. Dr.
Michael Sossin, president of the Israel Histadrut Council
oi South Florida, presided at an evening rally at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel attended by more than 300 persons, at
which Mr. Levy was principal speaker and guest of honor.
3 Egyptian MIGs
Lost In Fierce Fight
(Continued from Page 1-A)
Jordan via the Allenby and
Damiya bridges Tuesday.
Mayor Zaro 38. ran a phar-
macy in RamaJlah. 10 miles
north of Jerusalem. He was ap-
pointed to his post by King
Hussein of Jordan before the
1967 war and remained in office
after the Israeli occupation as
did most West Bank mayors.
Detained several times in the
past year and warned to desist
from cooperating with subversive
elements, he was taken into cus-
tody again last Friday on suspic-
ion of security violations. Ne
specific charges were announced.
A military government spokes-
man said he was implicated in
recent strikes by Ramallah
merchants and pupils and had in-
cited demonstrations against Is-
raeli authorities. Sources here
said his deportation may lead to
demonstrations of sympathy in
the town.
Four other Arabs deported on
orders of the Military Governor.
Brig. Gen. Rafael Vardi. were
from Dir Abu Mashal village in
the Ramallah district where an
Israeli soldier was shot at last
week. Three are local mukhtars
(headmen). Also deported from
Ramallah were the headmaster
and a teacher in a school where
pupils rioted recently, who were
charged with incitement.
Philharmonic's 5th
Season Opens With
Mahler Symphony
The Gn atei Miami Philharmonic
will presenl Gustav Mahler's Sym-
phony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor, a
work that has earned the nick-
name -The Giant." in the firs! pair
. ot conceits, which launch its fifth
season Sunday in the Miami Beach
Auditorium and Monday evening
In the Dade County Auditorium.
One of nine symphonies written
| by Mahler, whose music echoes the
traditions of Beethoven and Wag-
ner, the fifth, which was written
| in 1902. was introduced two years
' later in Cologne with the composer
himself conducting.
All three parts and five move-
m< nts will be performed by the or-
fchc-stfa under the baton of Alain
Lombard, who is in his third sea-
son as conductor and music di-
ll ctor.
Mr. Lombard will be honored by
i the supporters of the Greater Mi-
' ami Philharmonic Society at a
First Night Reception" immedi-
ately after the Sunday night con-
cert and an after-the-concert
: soiree will be hosted in the Ma-
joica Room of the Doral on the
Ocean.
Rhode Island Club Meets
Games will follow a short busi-
ness session at the season's first
I regular monthly meeting of the
! Rhode Island Club of Greater Mi-
I ami at 7 p.m. Sunday in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal
at 1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
' Beach. Meetings are held on the
second Sunday of each month, ac-
cording to Louis Kerness, presi-
dent, who extends an invitation to
all residents and visitors from that
Northern state to join the club.
$35 Million W. German Grant
BONN (WNSl West Ger-
many has given Israel a $35
million grant for new develop-
; ment projects, the same total al-
located in 1968 after the Bonn-
I Jerusalem reparations agree-
ment had expin (1.
Prof. Sachar First
Greenfield Adult
Institute Speaker
Noted historian Howard Sichar
will be the Eugene and Shirley
Greenfield Adult Institute'* first ]
guest lecturer this year when he,
apt aks at Temple Israel of Greit-!
(i- Miami Sunday morning at 10
o'clock.
Dr. Sachar. professor of history
at George Washington University
where h" specializes in th- Modern \
Near East, will speak on "The |
Jews in the Intellectual Tradition |
of Modern Times.'' as he opens the
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Sylvan Meyer, editor of The
Miami News, will be guest speak-
er at the luncheon meeting of the'
Miami Beach Executives Club,
Thursday. Oct. 9. 1 p.m. at the;
Embers Restaurant.
Mr. Meyer, a recent visitor to
the Soviet Union, along with nine
other North American editors,
will discuss his experiences on this
exchange trip. A question and
answer period will follow. Dr.
Michael Sossion is president, and
Mori Fremon program chairman
, of the club.
SUGERMAN UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
HATTIE
SUGERMAN
will take place
SUr DAY. OCTOBER 12th
at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi David Raab
officiating
Friends and relatives may attend.
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Continued from Pge i.A
fantry was not pulled
maturely, for the ni
very strong in several .
tricts besid< s Mo Cay.
The part cf the
large population undi
ment control has alrea rig"r
from under a third to a (w-
thirds. But you can gunj
there are still resident
in the less scure 'v trolled"
hamlets; for giving a amlel a
"C" rating does not | imisi a
final solution. And u. .,,,
than 4.000 gu< rrillas an ildierj
in the provir.ee as a u the
eni my still has |. nidable
strength in Kien Hoa.
"We have much to ,
still." the able provi:
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v< ry seriously, at the asant
dinrn r that follows the
with Dennis Karti r. "B it 1 lioyc
t > have most of the n il
province looking like ;
another six months or i And
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think I shall be able to I you
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national
PHARMACY
wee
k October 5-11
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health
. .,.
Lad v Pharmacists Participate
Eileen Goldstein, Myrna Sedler,
Charlotte Dickenson and Lenore
Euen are local women phar-
macists who are members ol
the speakers' bureau of the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceu-
tical Association and have
been speaking before PTAs,
civic groups, school assemblies,
etc. on drug abuses and similar
subjects. In our community we
have a number of women phar-
macists who are the chief
pharmacist in hospitals, and
othere who are proprietors of
community drug stores. Many
others are on the staffs of hos-
pitals or are employed in com-
munity pharmacies.
BEN SAKS
THE NATION sets aside this week to recognize its phar-
macists fcr unceasing and unselfish devotion to their duty and
to their hand-in-hand service with your physician, twenty-four
hours a day; day in and day out in all seasons and all weather,
your pharmacist is ever ready in any emergency that may arise.
Pharmacy is the application of the basic sciences of
chemistry, physics and biology to the preparation and control
of medical substances. The pharmacist is a specialist in the
science of drugs. He has an Understanding of their composition,
chemical properties, manufacture, uses and potential dangers,
and storage requirements. '*""
Some 120,030 pharmacists practice in the United States.
This includes community pharmccis'.s, hospital pharmacists,
pharmacists in industry, education, government and others.
Nearly 100.CO0 pharmacists practice their profession in the
nation's 54,CG0 community pharmacies.
A degree in pharmacy requires five years of academic
study today. Several pharmacy colleges require six years. Fol-
lowing graduation, a pharmacist must pass c rigid examina-
tion by the State Board of Pharmacy in the state of his choice
before he is licensed. Many states also require six mon'hs to a
year of internship under the supervision of a registered phar-
macist as a prerequisite to licensure.
National Fharmacy Week is sponsored annually by the
American Pharmcceutical Association, the national professional
society of the pharmacists of the United States, in the interests
of the profession and the public health and welfare.
The local dxug stores represented on this paae are observ-
ing NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK. They will bring to your
attention the professional side of pharmacy, as well as educa-
tional matters of interest. Remember, a hand that helps stop
disease belongs to your dedicated community pharmacist.
Pharmacists To Attend Convention
The 7Ut Annual Convention of the National Association
of Retail Drugqists will be held Oct. 12-16 in Las Vegas,
Nevada. The delegation from the Southeastern Florida Phar-
maceutical Association will include Ben Saks, executive chair-
men, Sid Aimkowitz, John Staduik and Jack Davis of the
executive committee; Samuel Silverman, Benjamin Susel and
Samuel Alaban.
Two days prior to the general sessions, Special meetings
of the Metropolitan Pharmaceutical Secretaries Association will
be held, attended by Ben Saks, a regional director of that group,
who is also secretary-manager of the Southeast Florida Phar-
maceutical Association.
FOLLOWMW I'll ARM ACMES WHO CORDIALLY MWMTE I Of TO MSMT TMMEMR STORES
ACME PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
118S.E. 1st Street, Miami 371-7867
J. E. KATSCH, Registered Pharmacist
ACOSTA FARMACIA
936 N.W. 7 Avenue, Miami Phone 374-7541
BAKER'S PHARMACY
400 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
WILL BAKER GEORGE BAKER
BOYLE'S PHARMACY
2511 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
WARREN W. WELTERS, Owner 634-7Z33
BUDGET DRUGS
3001 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
CENTER PHARMACY, INC.
9727 N.L'. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
ClARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
976 Arthur Godfrey Road Phone 534-2978
COLONIAL CUT RATE DRUGS
6835 W. 12 Ave., Hialeah 821-4110
CONGER CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35rh Street 635-6723
CRANDON WHOLESALE DRUG CO.
60 N.W. 6th Street, Miami
CUTLER RIDGE PHARMACY, INC.
Walgreen AgencyNext to A&P
10871 Caribbean Blvd., Curler Ridge
FAMILY DRUGS
18100 N.L. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach
GALLOWAY PHARMACY
7035 S.W. 87?h Ave. 271-3081
KALERS MEDICAL ART DRUGS
834 N.W. 183 Si., N. Miami Beach 621-C751
LEE'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES
7880 Coral Way, Miami
401 Coral Way, Cora! Gables
2525 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
5898 Sunsev Drive, Miami
LIVE AND LET LIVE DRUG STORE
352C N.W. 17 Ave., 635-6476
LUDLUM REXALL DRUGS. INC.
1601 S.W. 67th Ave.. West Miami-651-7297
MIAMI BEACH MEDICAL CENTER
1218 Washington Ave., Miami Beach-532-4122
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217 N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami
371-6731 or 371-5862
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6939 S.W. 57th Avenue, Coral Gables
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10898 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami 754-9508
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1150 N.W. 14th St., Miami-379-0803
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BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Christopher ColumbusWas He A Jew?
Italian's and Spaniard vie with
each other in claiming Chris-
j topher Columbus us a native-born
^^JJ Mjt sun. Henry Vignaud delivered whal
should have been the coupde grace
to thi< perennial debate in 1913.
He wrote that Columbus belongs
to Spain even though born in Gc-
noa. because he became so thor-
oughly Spanish that he lost the uw of his mother
tongue and he owed what he was to Spain, since it
was Spain that nurtured him and put him in the
position to carry out his designs.
.lust as there are questions about his place of
birth, so there are doubts about where his remain-
are interred There aiv two magnificent sarcophagi,
each of which is belli ved by many to hold his bones.
One is in the Cathedral in Seville, Spain; the other
is in Santo Doming".
We know that he professed Catholicism, but if.
his day there were hundreds of thousands in Spain
who professed Catholicism but secretly practiced
Judaism. !i. l(!t a bequest to a .lew in his last will.
and declared in a book that he wrote. Libro de Pn>-
fecias," (Book or the Prophets > he declared, "I have
had constant relations with learned men, clergy and
laymen, Jews, Moors and many other- Those who
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Nasser Has Reason To Feel 111
w
fHK\ CAIRO officially announced in
September that President Nasser
was ill and under the care of three doc-
tors, people began to speculate that his
illness was a political gimmick to get him
out of the tight spot he is now in.
Nasser has plenty of reason not to
feel well these days His attempt to uti-
lize the fire in the Kl Aksa Mosque in
rusaiem lor the convening of an Arab Summit Confer-
i which he has been trying to promote for two years
tailed. King Feisal of Saudi Arabia (who would have
b n the No. 1 target for Nasser's demands for more "pro-
i tion money" which has been paid by the "have" nations
to the "have-nots" since the summit meeting held in
irtoum after the Six-Day War in 1967, when Jordan
THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALLOB
Itabbis Experiment
CONSERVATIVE rabbis have reported widespread
experimentation in woiship services in effort
to attract a larger attendance and the deeper parti-
ci i tion oi the com regents, But concern was also
.expressed in some that such innovations might do-
>r to the liturgy into dubious entertainment.
Th, reported changes were discussed in detail
by delegates to the 68th annual convention ol
the Rabbinical Assemblj 'lie association of Con-
'servative rabbis, The reported Innov it ions included
Hu use ol religious dr; n I rabhi's wearing of a
business suit instead ol Ihi traditi .! black ro
an,hi. '-nil iii. tor laymen to lead services instead
of iIn- rabbi or cantor, use of modern music, partic-
ularly with young people, efforts to introduce mod-
ern materials into the liturgy, and reduction of the
length of tin- service. Reform rabbis also have re-
ported the use of some of these techniques.
Rabbi Sidney Shanken of Temple Beth EH, Clan-
ford, N.J., reported on the use of religious drama as
technique of presenting a religious message force-
fully from the pulpit at his synagogue. A troupe
called the Temple Players presents a scene or two
from a Broadway play to illustrate the point of his
briif sermon at the Friday night service, he said,
after which he come- back to the biniah to complete
the service.
Rabbi Aaron Landes of Congregation Beth Sho-
lom, Elkins Park, fa., reported that aside from his
two-minute talk on the Torah and recitation of
blessings for special occasions, th,- entire morning
Minyan at his synagogue is conducted by laymen
who have been trained to do so.
Rabbi Everett Gendler of the Jewish Center in
Princeton, N.J., reported that for Shabbat Bereshil
a service was presented by the Youth Group which
included taped mu-ic and a timed sequence of slides
of suns .'is previously selected. For Shabbat Besha-
lach, he said a violin duet was played by two of the
>outl-.-. using a Habad melody in place of the 92nd
I's.ilm. intnbera also have played flute and castanet,
Rabbi Jack Riemer of Beth Abraham Synagogue,
DaytOfl, Ohio, reported that the Couple* Club and
-Men's club ot hi.- synagogue co-sponsored a series
of 13 late Friday evening services during the sum-
mer with 13 different congregants serving as rabbis.
13 as cantors atid 13 as hoMs. "Some people whom I
never knew could -veal; have given good sermons,"
he declared, "anil some who never knew they could
praj have found from experience that they can.
There was more warmth, spirit and participation."
he added, than there i.- in the regular services dur-
ing the year."
anil Egypt succeeded in putting tile squeeze on the oil-rich
countries for nearly S.5C0 million annually to compensate
"the victims of Israel aggresion" for financial losses sut-
fered as a result of tourism that dwindled and Sue/ Canal
revenues that ceased after the defeat i outsmarted the
Egyptian President by pushing through the idea of a
Moslem Summit, at which Nasser would not I*- the domi-
nant figure, and at which the fate of the Moslem holy
places would be the official subject.
Nasser asked for a postponement of the Moslem
summit, ostensibly because he would be on an official
visit to the Soviet Union. When his request was ignored,
an official announcement was made by Cairo that Nasser
was not going to Moscow after all. and it was obvious
the nip was cancelled ..i the last moment, but by whom.
and why were the unanswered questions.
One thiorv was thai Moscow kvas nol particularly
eager to have Nasser visit at a time when Mr. Oromyko
hoped to present hi- best peace-loving face in New York
ami Washington and so Nassei was asked to postpone hi-
visit. According to this theory, he decided to play the
insulted parly and say he did not plan 10 go at ail when
the invitation was postponed, and since be w is n >t e
to appeal a' ihe Moslem summit, the n'.->si effective wa>
io gain lime appeared to be to announce his illm
Pressures at home are mount ins Nasser's pol o
"war oi attrition" against Israel ): not oi l t->
-how results but has start,;! to back :, 1-. el has hit
back deep inside Egypt, demonsti ting mare .,:
the gap between the boast and (hi cts about the Egyp-
tian army's capability. Israel's "ten-hour invasion" of the
west bank of the Gulf of Su< w more than eouM
played down by his arm] i rid mot that his
propaganda machine could deny. Sass p \. a compelli :
to lire his Chi, f of Stall' and thi Comm md r il h Navy
This, on top of a fairly large si put e In the Army
(after rumors of an assassination plot I caused further e
moralization in the Egyptian military. And there are in-
dications the friction between Kg: ptlan officers and offi-
cials and Russian military advisers and diplomats is reach-
ing critical proportions.
All in all, Nasser is in a bigger me-s than at any time
since the June, 19T.7 Six-Day War. Yet. although his posi-
tion seems more shaky than ever, h-- has several times
proved to have an extraordinary capacity for survival
Then-lore it would be premature lu bet on hi- downfall
in the near future.
Israel Newsletter
claim be v. IS a seciel Jew -Ires- thai such a si
menl could be made lightly in Spain after 1 192 whi l
all Jews except those who submitted to bap;..,
were expelled. Another factor contributing to tl
pi lief is tin agreement by Ferdinand and Isabella,
ihe Spanish monarchs, that no branch of the Inn ,
sition was io be established on tne island of His-
paniola (now Santo Domingo and Haiti*, which -,.
to lie governed by Columbus and his heirs the onlj
instance ol" such a provision in a contract with d
coverers. Julio Caro Baroja, Spain's greatest living
historian, infers that he may have- been a Jew from
the fact that his first tiip WAS financed to a greater
extent by recently-converted 15th Century Jew-.
called "New Christian-" than by Isabella The fir-.-
three of his crew members to sight tin- New World
were Jews. Cam Baroja add-.
Prof. Mo-e- 1',. Amzalak, a renowned Portll
economic historian, former university chancelli
member of the Real Academis Hlspano-Am t
de Ciencia > Artes, spoke on the odd rubric th
Columbus placed over his name s in an ad-
dress to tin- Society in 1927. The S AS s,-.,
letters which formed a triangle X M Y
mystified all scholars. Amzalak explained that A
stood for Adonay. the Hebrew name for the Lord,
S lor Sancto. holy, and the double S for most holj
so that the four letters represented an cxe-orpt from
the Prophet Isaiah, "Holy, holy is the I^ord of host-.
The X. pronounced "sh" in Spanish, is the first let-
ter of the Hebrew word "hema" (heart which i-
the title and tint word of the most reverent prayer
of the Jews, "Hear O Israel, the Lord our God i-
One."
In an address on "Spain and the Jews." Salvador
de Madariaga, Sp.mi.sh historian and Oxford Univer-
sity professor, said that two Spanish Jews who are
Symbolic of what the Jews had done for Spain were
Fernando de Rojas, author of "La Oele-tma the
greatest Spanish literary pice,- since Don Quixote,
and Christopher Columbus. "The field remains n
the hands of those who believe that the great dis-
coverer was a Spanish Jew," he added.
One of the facts overlooked in Spain's zeal t >
gain fame and glory for itself by virtue of Columbus'
exploit- is the shabby treatment he Deceived after
! second voyage. Their Cat hoi c Majestic- disavow-
ed their contructui i i '. tion to hint and he died
. pauper In 1306. Only after years at litigation by
was a portion of the- promises ful-
filled. Columbus should have foreseen the possibilltv
of ne, :v-r> The perfidy and ingratitude of the
H to all when tin- decree ol
expulsion is issued This decree followed the
of possible by Jews who raisi I
the i". > fi th campaign. Tin- final day for bap-
Ii ....... expulsion wa- the game day Columbus I
sail with hi- three ships, and tin- first entry in his
log note- tin- coincidence of his departure from
Sp iin and that Ol tin- Jew-.
The Jews who kept their faith were not permit-
ted to take any items of gold or silvvr. including
jewelry, and were forced to sell vineyards lor bolts
of cloth, and their houses and lands for ;isscs to
carry tin m and their children to a jwrt or boundary.
All Jewish communal lands, synagogues, etc. that
were not -aid were taken by the royal family. The
synagogues were given to the Church, which has re-
tained them to this day with the exception of two ia
Toledo and one in C->rdoba. which are now in gov-
ernment hands ;1 touri.-t attractions.
By CARL AlPERT
Lebanon Has A Problem Of Its Own
| EBANON ha- a problem of its own
the tragedy of almost half a million
Maronite Christians, whose origin can
be traced back to the ,,ih Century.
Over the h.ads r these Christians
who are loosely affiliated with the
Vatican in Rome hang- the memory oi
the horrible massacres of I860 when
thousands of Christians were murdered
by their Moslem neighbors, Everything that happens in
Lebanon today is colored by that dreadful memory
Only the armed intervention of the U.S M irines pre-
vented a Moslem takeover in 1958, when Nasser openly
sought to create a revolution in their peaceful country
and merge it with tin- Moslem world. Nasser lab r pledged
t.. respect Lebanon's independence, but the Lebanese have
their ovyn opinion of the value oi Nasser's promises
'Ihe Maronite Christians have been outspoken; a pam-
phlet circulated in ileirut during the 1940's was entitled
' Lebanon Homeland for Christians in the Near Easl
ind a confidential pro-Zionist statement was sent by the
Maroniti Archbishop of Beirut to the chuirman of the
IN. Special Committee on Palestine in 194G. He saw
opportunity to assure Christians in his country ol self-
d 'termination.
Recenl Lebanese public opinion polls show that more
than hah (he population op;>osc the operatiqn oi Arab
terrorist groups Iron Lebanese bases, a substantial per-
centage were shown to favor a peaceful se-ttlement with
Israel. Bui under the circumstances, the Christians of
Lebanon dont stand a chance. The country is surrounded
on all land sides by a hostile Syria, except for a short
border with Israel. The elomestic Moslem population i-
."'wing and the Christians, who have been tcrrorize-d into

.
one side or the other he able l claim a majority a- d ,t
tempt to take over. Then- are 500,000 Moslems 4v>> (> >
Maronites. :s:>0.00u Christian.- ol various other ets and
some 80.000 Druzes, according to th. best estimates
by Moslem hordes.
In the meantime, they keep an e-ye on the Jfl
state. Is.-ael's success in standing off the Moslem world
maj yet result in the realization ol their own dream -
Lebanon, an independent Christian state.


Friday, October 10. 1969
Jeni$ii fhridian
Page 15-A
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
bj \irtu<- of Chapter 67X c>f Florida
tatutea Annotated G941) Ware-
housemen and Warutaouae Receipts,
Wherein AUK VAN LINES a Florida
corporation by virtue of its warehouse
lit i) has in its possession Die follow-
ing described property:
Cited Household goods as the property
..!' MRS. JA.MBS W. COOK whoso last
known address was r.r.TT, N.W. 17th
Ami.no. Apt. 11. Miami. Fla. Rtid
lhat on tin- 27th day of October. 19S9
(luring the legal hours of sale, mainly
between 11:00 toNIKKm and 2:90 in
I he afternoon at VIM N.W. 241h
Ami ue. Miami. Florida the under-
sit'iied shall offer for sale to the hlgh-
kI bidder for cash in hand the above
described property of .Mils. JAMES
l\ cut iK.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this J5th
day "f September, 1M9.
l" -10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
KOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
hj virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
tuten Annola led (: II i Wan-
housi ..' 'i ami u nn house Ri .
i In .m:i-: v IN LINES a Florida
(.. ration b> virtue He linn ii' It* posussion the follow-
in^ >; i" irojierty:
['sed Hi uselli ll the pi i perl'
of i -i >:.-'! am 'E MORSE ivhose last
know i nddresi was 11136 X.W. 26th
Bt., Miami I "In .i ha i on the
J7th day ol I 191 (lurhig the
houi I wile, mal ly between
i| limn mi the afti r-
W I'ii Avi HUe, Mi: mi.
Florida the undersigned shall offer
f,,r sal- to the hlghexl biddi r for
;i in hand ilu ,ii" i crihi I
, ol ii INST VN'CE Ml IKSE
.'. Florida, this isi

1" :: I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
N". 69-15266
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EM \I.SII.
miff,
vs.
' VK \\ \I.SI1,
I r. .'.mi.
;. i Fll VNK WALSH
:.'_ Jamison a venue
Toronto, I 'uiiada
Y a PRANK WALSH, nri li rebj
that a lilll "f t'ompliiinl for
ha- h. en filed against you,
nitd you .i!' required to Nerve a ropy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Mill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, SANFORD II KRAMEK,
I1.V -.' W. Mih Street, Miami, Floi Ida
II and til'- the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
tl I ircult l'"uri on or before the
lTih day of October, l"'.'.' If you fail
to do so. judgment by default will
bi taken againsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Mill of Complaint,
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till'. JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE A.\|i ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of September
A D. IM9.
K, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: D. RYAN
1>, puty Cl-rk
ii 11 nit Court Seal)
SANFORD II KRAMER
1150 N W. HU-, Street
Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for Plaintiff
1* 19-20 in .".-in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85046
In RE: Estate ol
PEARL LIPMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and aii persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which >ou may have again*! the es-
tate ..f pearl i.ipman deceased
bite of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 78J 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication her.....,
or the same will be barred.
Daied at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of September, AD. I960
S. GEORGE TRAGER
As Administrator. CTA
Firsl publication of ibis notl.....n
the loth day of Sent! mber, i960
S. GEORGE TRACER,
Attorney for
Vdmlnl ii nlor, t T \
260 95th '. Miami H' nch, Florida
:> l!,-j>; in :: 10
INTHECOUNTN oLDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84407 (Judge Clark)
I i HE
BERTH \ u EINSTEIN
Deci ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To J \l! Persons lln\ -
Ui mandi Against Said
1. it.
You an h( reby notified and n quir-
ed to pre.-, ni any i Inlms and di mandi
u have agalm t the i -
Inte of BERTHA WEINSTEIN
ed Inte f I Midi County, Florida, i"
tlie County Judge* of Dade County,
and file 11 i same In duplicate and ns
7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in th( Ir offli in the I
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of llu flrl publication hereof,
or ilu same will be bnrn d,
I al M ami, Florida this 15th
day oi .-, pt, mber, A d I960.
HIT \ < Bll \ MS,
nlstratrlx < 'urn
m nlo Anni ico
Firs' itlon of ilns no: Ice "ii
day of S( ptcmber, Iff
IRVINi IN LAW OFFICES
. \ for Vdminlslrnti ix C.T.A.
825 At in ii .1 \ Road
Miami Bt h< h, Florida 3314(1
D 19-26 I" 3-10
DAyem)
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring to m-
in business nnd.r the fictitious ii.h
"f ROBERT T. BASS, M.D : ROBE
T BASS, M.D. v A al :i.;.'i-ii.-t
Miami Beach, Florida 33140 int.
to register said names with the f'l
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cou
Florida.
ROBERT T BASS, M.D..
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIO 1
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A.
! Attorneys for Applicant
i.....Ilacnyne Blvd.
I Miami. Florida 3X132
I" ::-Iii-I7 .
K
IS
I,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN l'i *
, the undersigned, desiring to en*
in business under the flctltlou i
lleneagli ..
of VISTAS CNLIMITED al
Oleneaglc In Miami Likes, Fla i -
tend i" register said nun. with
Clerk of di,. Circuit Court of i>
i 'sum > Floi ii
"" Inten si M n "HAEL F.DEL.M
","'; Interesl .l< nix DIEi K' ii\'
Dai.-d :,i Miami, Florida il In
Day of s. pt( mix i. 1969
FR< "MlllCltO, FR< >M BERl:
.>. i;i >TH I' v
Attnrni j foi AppllcantH t
M Ki2 Biscnyne Bldg.
ii' w Flnali i- Htn

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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16133
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES WILLIE URIFFLN
Plaintiff
va
JAN-NIB MAE GRIFFIN,
Defe-n lai '
Ti i JANNIE MAE ORIFFIN
" Mrs. I.oielli Allen
11 .'t Steven Street
l*tl( la, N' York
You, JANNIE MAE ORIFFIN, Brc
iiv notlfii plaint i"i Divorce has been filed
inst >"ii ,"!'l >on are required
i" serve a ,* o\ of your Answer or
Pleading to th, BUI of Complaint on
tli. Plaintiffs attorney, LAW OF-
FICES OF PACL POLLACK,, Sulti
I"", i7i.ii N'.W. Till Street, Miami
Florida 3312R and file the original
A swer Ph adllig In the office of
i' ci.il, of thi en,mi Court on or
b fore the 4i!i day of Movemhi
1969 II you fall to do so, ludgmi nl
by defauli n 111 be laki n agalm i you
for the n lb f di manded in the Bill
Of '"innl.iilit
ii..! i, .1 ,ii he published once
week for fi in i nsecul i' weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, Ihis 2th day of September
A I- ".
E II LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
i:> '' I- i'( "'I'.i.AXl)
1 lenuty Cbrk
(Circni: i "oui Seal)
r .ri. I'l'i.i.M'K
IT'in n \\ 7th gcreel
Miami, Florida
Lttorney for Plaintiff
1" 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L ClRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Nn. 69-15279
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANT' i.NIO -;i 'N/.Al.i:/,
Plaintiff
' 'ORALIA >:i INZALEZ
I>, fendant,
YOK, CORATJA GONZALEZ, real-
dence address: i;,i Fort Washington
Ac-. apartment 21, New York, N.V.
are required to file your answer
to the complalnl for divorce with the
clerk .if the above i "in i and serve
a cops thereof, upon. HERMAN
COHEN, B8U-, 1310-11 Congress
Blda.. Miami. Florida ,,n or before
October 23, I960, or else complaint
Will he taken as confessed.
DATED: September 15th, 1M9
E It LEATHERJIAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c. I.. ALEXANDER
(Circuit Court Seali
( 19-J6 10:1-10
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staff i)
builders
ItMPtrtAHf PtRSCM.tL
CALL 373-6576
FOR IMMEDfATE
TEMPORARY.
PART-TIME POSITIONS
0
I
SUITE 400. AINSLEY BUILDING ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undi rslgned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious name of
RICHARD \- OROSH Bt SOB Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida intend
to register said name \\nli the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DATED at Miami Bench, Florida,
ibis itltli day of September, I9t>9.
JERRY A OR! ISH
- WI.IIV B. RICHARD
!' 20 I" 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85160
In RE Estate of
FLORENCE M. BORTLE
Deceasi l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claimti or Demands Againsl Said
You arc l.i reby notified and requir-
ed i" present an) claims and demands
which \ . Fl.i'Ki:\ci: M BORTLE de-
ceased lati of Dade County, Florida,
'." iiie County Judges ui Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
|l!""\ ided i'l S'.T "II |SS I fi, FI"! 'I.I
Statute! I offices in the "ountj
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six ilendnr month! from the
lime of Ihe firsl publication hereof, or
ili.- ^iin.- w ;ll be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of Si ptember, A I > I9B9
EDITH H MATTHEWS
As Administratrix
First publication of ibis notice on
Mb day of Septembi r, 1969.
JOSEPH II YOUNO
Attorney f"r Estate of
Flor. nco M Bortle
47", Bill more Way,
Coral i lables, Florida
; 2S li 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to cngagi
business under the fictitious name* "i
DRS. BRODY AND KANE; I All:
BNCE IV BRODY. D.D.S.; STAN-
FORD KANE, D.D.8. al Dade County,
Florida intend to register said nami
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
HRODV AND KANE
DENTAL ASSOCIATES P.A.
I'm,In County, Florida
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
inn Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida .13132
10 10-17-24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
XI IHJIAV JOHN ABREC,
JOAN STEVENSON ABREl*.
ii
TO: JOAN STEVENSON ABREF
Iteslri i nown
You, JOAN STEVENSON ABREC,
an Ii i bj notified thai [III
il for l llvorce haa I" en fill tl
i 5 "ii. ."'! you i' quired to
[OI copy "f your Answr or I'l'.
lo ill. Bill "i i "ompbi m nn the.
miffs attoi ney, I iSTEK Ri I
KRS, ESO 999 N W, I I'll Street,
M ami, Florida 38130 and file the
\: ." .1 Pli diiiK n ihi
. "i" Hie Clerk of il"- Clrcull
I'l-nri i "! before the 3rd day of
. mber, 1969. if you fall t" do so,
judgment by default "ill be
list \ou for the relief demanded
in the Kill "f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI ORID! \.\
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of October A D.
1969,
R ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Clrcull Court. Dade County, Florida
By: M. B RONSTEIN
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
LESTER ROGERS, ESQ.
999 N'.W. 14th Street
Miami. Florida 33136
\i torney for Plaintiff
m 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
: business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA DENTAL I^ABORATORY
at 2409 S.W. B9th Ave Miami. Fla.
i i, ,,is i" register said inme with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
vai ENTIN SERRANO
K300 8 W 3.1th Terra.
Miami, Florida
In 10-17-24-31
LfcGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84579
i" RE !s ate of
i:i l\\ ARD la.l.i.V.
I I'll! .'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All..... II
mi: 'la i" or I m. "- Agnii t Said
i:- lati
Vou i n required
lo pi' lall.is and d< m.ili'ls
iv hieh v "ii may hav, l the o* -
i 1:11\\ .- i:n ELLIN deceased
l......i' Duil Coui I !-i Ida, i" the
i '"iini> .luilg Dade i "ounty, and
s.iln. III duplicate and II
>: led i Si i.1 i Ploi i -ii
tes, in il.i ir offli es in tht 'ounly
i. i Dadi 'ounly. i
ndar nionlhi
i hereof,
or the imi ill lit barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, ibis 23rd
doj "! s. |ii. mber, .*. 11. I9K9
DEBBIE ELLIN
As Ext cul rlx
Fin publication of this no
the .'ill (la> "f September, 11"
PACI KWITNEY
Aiiiinn'v for Kstaie "f
EDM ARD I3L1.IN
420 I.in' "In Road Mall. Suite 510
.Miami Beach, Florida 33139
;i 2fi l11 .:-io-i7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREY OIVEN that
the undi rslgned di siring lo engage in
l.iisiii, ss under ill, fictitious name of
SOL CENTER, Ml'. P.A. al 637 lm-
IVnt Bldg., Miami, Florida 33131 In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of t i-
County, Florida.
Sid CENTER. M.D .
PRI IFES8IONA I. ASS< "MATH >N
SPARRED AND ROSKIN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
ii," Bit a> a" Blvd.
Miami. Florida
i.i 1-10 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, di siring lo cngagi la
i i....... under tin flctll lous ime of
AMERICAN TRAVELERS ASSOCIA-
TION ii 700-707 Congress Building,
ill \ K 2i .! Ave Miami. Fla. In-
tends i" nglster -:iid name with il"
ii. ( ih. Clrcull Court of Dade
i .in.! > Florida
owm r: l: Vl'L R OLIA'A
:; t'ongn Bldn Miami
10 '3-10-17 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
thi in den Igm d, tleslr K In i
III business under Ihe ficl
.a \n i-i.ack ,,i i"T N i-:. 79th si
Miami, Florida intend i" 11 gisti i
name with the Clerk of 11 i '
Ci in i of I 'ad, 'ounty. I
Fll \\"K I EHNEll and
' ,i :.\ l EHNE '
KES8LER BECKBRMAN
\......... vs for ^oolicanls
4"-, Riltmore Way
Miami, Florida 33! I
'.' 19-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at
Ihe und. rsigm d, desiring i" engage
in busini uii'ler lln lictltloui
of MEDCO DISCOUNT STORES al
i : i [ardfiift A> Surfsldi Fla In-
tends i" register said name with the
ci.rli of the Clrcull Court of Dade
County, Florida,
Dated ii Miami, Florida Ihis 2nd
rlaj of s. pii mber 19i
ME1 'Ci i STt IRBS.INC .
bj I'll II LIP HI. \SS.MA v I'le.i.l.ui
FR( >M BERII. Fit" IMBEIU1
H Ri 'Tli I V
Aii"ine\ for Applicant
M-102 Blscayne BI tl
Miami, Fla fl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTit i-: is iii;i:i:i:'i i:i vi.\

j 111 I-i! u ii
"i IILBERT JAI'' IBS! >N, l> s
K Coini ..; II
I Miami II. nch Fli
1" nn lid I
CUil I 'OU i "I i ."! '"U
Ida.
mi HER I" \'' iBSON, D.D.S.,
I'll' IFESSU i.NA I. ASM 'I VTH '.'
I 111 HIT '.,'' IBS! >N. I'l'.
FRl IMBERG Fit" >M IIERi :
Til. 1 A.
!.|
i ;i LBERT .1 Al"( >HS' >N, I'l' -
Profesi t i"ii
III 3-10-17-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 69-8213
NOTICE OF ACTION
H \\ D N s |-EINBEH(i and
RI Til vV STEINBERG, his wife,
Pla
BVEI S M< 'ROAN,
.
WILLIE Mi (ilLLARD. a ldo ;
J VCOB STONE: MA IIV VVENGROV .
and s i: \\ INW Bll IMT '
HETTY JANE WA1NWRIGHT,
his w i".
n.i.
Tl S Ii ',' MNWRIOHT
S.V ih Tet race
Ida
or
"i<" \" W. ".".il! Terrace
Miami, Florid!,
AND TO:
BETTY J VNE WAINWRIOHT
\ \\ 55th Terrace
Miami. Florida
"1'
:'!> N W 55th Terrace
Miami. Florida
Y"! ARE HEREBY NOTIF1I
that an Action to Foreclose a Moi
gage on the following real propei
located in Had, County. Florida:
Lot 9, Thomson Park, according
to the Flat thereof as record,-
iii I'lai Book 17 at page 19 of th-
Public Records of Dade Count>
Florida;
has I.....n filed againsl you and J
are required lo serve n copy of y
writt, n defenses, if any, to it i
MYERS KAPLAN. PORTER. LBV1
I SON K KENIN, 1150 S.W. lsl Str.
Miami. Florida 33130, l'lauiliif's
,.., "i- before Octobei
".,,',. and fll< iginal with t
i ', ,;, ,.i this uii either l" fore n
, on Plaintiff's attoi nej "i i
' medial' lv thi reafter: otherw ise a cl
fault w dl I" nti red againsl >"
the relit i" dcmnmli d In the Complal
WITNESS my hand and the -
of ,1,,. pnurl on September 11. 1
I-: II l.EATHERM V N
i .I ii .-I said curl
1-.- M i: I a INSTE1N
ns Deputy Clerk
n i II" Seal)
'.' 19-26 I" 3-1
lli.u
said
rcull
-1"
Ii.h
lie,
lllle
at
i mi
ti r
Ir-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< ITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN I
ih, undersigned, deslrlni
in business under Hn- fictitious m
,-f RAINBOW DENTAL STl'DIO
:;:. \ ii imi- Oodfrey Road, \i
i ,i.. Florida i it( 'ids i" regli
lime nh the Clerk of the i
I cult Court of Pad. County. Floi Ida
A 1ST'I I'll .1 K M' UN
Fills" m v v A FEIN. i:si.'S.
\ -. lor A : flanl
19 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin und......;! '. rteslring lo engagi
ii. but iness under Ihe i.- I IMiiun mi
of ADA'S FASHIONS :ii 111 N C 2nd
\>. 11, |it ',"-'. Miami. Florida '"-
tends. i" register said name with ihe
' !..rk of the cir.uit Court i f I wde
County, Florida.
ADA HERNANDEZ PRlBTO
I :' 10 :i-in-l7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 63- 16000
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.ill I ANA in 'S'.'l K.
Plaintiff,
I. |R( i: 111 ISQI'E.
|1, fl "-I nil.
Ti i JORGE Bt 'SQ.CB
Vou. Jl 'R< IE BOStJI '
b> notified that a Hill "I Comi
f,'ir Dlvorci hln h ei fill il againsl
, ,. ad v "ii ed to si rve a
, npv of i"iir Answi P or I a
ihe' Bill "t Complaint ilntlffs
attorney, GOLWORN and NEC P \
I',, Box I:.',;. Mian P lidn 33145
and file Ihe original Answerer Plead-
nffici of the I ierk of the
Circuit court on r bi fori thi 3rd
day of \-.v. mi" i. I! If -a fall to
,!,,' ... n.ii in. nl bj del ull ill be
gainst' > -ii for ii" n lb i de-
i ii. urn of i
Thb n"ii"" shall he published once
. k for !'"U' utlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl iRIDIAN.
I'l'VF. AND ORDERED nl Miami,
I Ii i.l.i. this 2Gth da> of s pti mln I
A 11.
i; II 1 i: VTHBRMAN,
ri I '.cl. 'ounl i Florida
By: M E Bi INSTE1N
I leput] Cl, i k
II 'ir. in' i '"urt Sea] i
GOIJIWORN and NEC, 1" A.
I ii Box IL'fi
Miami. Florida
I Attorneys lor Plaintiff
' U/I-M-17-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ci ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '1
gned, desiring i" i ngagi
-- u ih i the fictitious nai u
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W Flagler Sin et,
ami Fla nti nds lo registi r
, .i ihe Clerk of the Cln
..I Dade County. Florida.
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, October 10, 1969
Section B
No Negotiation Preconditions
UNITED NATION'S (JTA)
Israel would negotiate with the
Arabs without preconditions de-
spite continued violations of the
cease-fire. Foreign Minister
Abba Eban has said here. Al-
though Israel would prefer an
international effort to strength-
en the cease-fire, he said, this
would not be ..a prerequisite to
the beginning of talks. He indi-
cated, however, that the prob-
lem of a cease-fire "improve-
ment" might be raised by Israel
as one of the early and urgent
matters for negotiation through
U.N. representative Gunnar V.
Jarring.
Following nearly 2Vt weeks of
the intensive diplomatic consul-
tations accompanying the open-
ing of the General Assembly,
Mr. Eban commented that "the
Mideast diplomatic situation is
immobile" and that "the Arabs
and Israelis were not very near
to a negotiating context."
But he said he "found certain
ideas on the march" and that
"more than previously (there is I
the concentration en the central
issue negotiation." In study-
ing the various nations' foreign
policy speeches i:i the General
Assembly. Mr. Eban "found no
tendency to enter- into a specific
and detailed analysis of the
points at issue, but rather dis-
covered a genera! plea to the
Arabs and Isra Us and super-
powers- to avoid enlarging the
c nflict beyond the region."
The continued detention by
Syria of two [9 1 passengers
from a hijacked TWA plane is
"f th-' Mideast s most urgent
matters, Mr. Eban said, and Is-
rael is in constant touch with
the U.S. government, aviation
and pilots organizations and
U.N. Secretary General U Thant
in its efforts to secure their re-
lease.
Asked whether Franco-Israeli
relations had improved since the
departure of .former President
Charles de Gaulle, Mr. Eban re-
plied that there has not been a
"sharp and drastic departure
from previous policies, but there
has been a definite evolution in
the expression of ideas." Com-
paring the General Assembly
speech of Foreign Minister Mau-
rice Schumann with the French
presentation of 1968, Mr. Eban
said he "found the element of
acrimony and of criticism is not
there. There is no effort to make
any definition, negative or other-
wise, of Israel's action of June,
1967. There is no zeal to state
emphatically that negotiations
are out of the question."
AJC Endorsement Of Student Protest
NEW YORK (JTA) The
nationwide campus demonstra-
tions calling for an end to the
Viet Nam war, set for Oct. 15,
have been endorsed by the
American Jewish Congress and
the two major Reform groups,
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
The event is being sponsored by
student groups.
In a directive to chanter pres-
idents all over the nation, the
AJCongress said. "Although the
moratorium originally was In-
tel : ; : ineiyall.. f >: y >'..:'.g col-
lege people, we associate our-
31 Ivi s with this effort asai:
01 dramatizing the desire cf
Ameii ana ;:: all walks ot In-
to bring about an end to the
war."
Am;ng the activities suggest-
ed f >r chai tei n ml 1 w :<
community meetings, petitions
and letter-writing campaigns, ef-
forts to obtain resolutions from
local government bodies and ob-
servances in plants and offices.
The Reform grou|>s called on the
Jewish community to support
the protest with congregational
teach-ins, religious services and
youth programs.
Sen. Tydings To Speak
At Testimonial Dinner
U.S. Senator Joseph I). Tydings
(D-Md. 1 will be the guest speaker
I a* the Florida Chapter of tne Anti-
Defamation Leagu S wiety of Pel-
; 1 >ws testimonial dinner honoring
I Leonard L. Abess, George J. Talia-
I noff, chairman, has announced.
The son of U.S. Sen. Millard E.
I Tydings and grandson of Ambas-
sa lor Joseph E. Davies, Sen. Ty-
| dir'.gs, who was elected to the Sen-
ate in 1964, served in the Mary-
land House of Delegates from 1955
t<> 1901 1 after which he became
L, L'.S. Attorney for the state of
Maryland) serves on the Judiciary,
P '.lie Works arid District of Co-
lumbia committees and was 1968-
60 vice chairman of the Senate
[Democratic Campaign Committee.
A graduate of th University of
|M iryland Law S a >1, the Senator
i.- vice president of the American
J licature Society. The Associa-
t' in of Federal Investigators pre-
|s. nted him with its Legislative
|Award in 1967; in 1968 he received
th American Trial Lawyers Cita-
|tian of Distinction in Exception
Service to our National Welfare.
A recipient oi the B'nai B'rith
fttenorah Award and the 1968 Sid-
jgr, y Hollander Awar 1 of the Amer-
ican Jewish C'ongn -s. the Senator
has also been honored by ths St.
< :"'s Public Relations Associ-
ation, Baltimore's .' ml >r Chamber
I p. Commerce and th i Disabled
|A:-~ riean Veterans.
A country-v.
community leaders who partici-
pate in the dv. of ADL
and progran s I I; In to
remote them locall} natlon-
;.-. the Soci< ty VS has
I is in ni a
It is pai .,' In the
tport of progi
I lucation in the fi 11 of Irrter-
SINATO* TYDINGS
I
I jroup relations conducted by the
Antl-D famation League of B'nai
3'rith, Its ; a rent organization.
which is 0 leadership group of
American Jews. One of the o!; si
and larg 91 1 in an relations agen-
.. 9 : the co intry, ADL was
:.r::: led 113.
Albert Announces Bond Total
Jami s M. Albert lan 0;'
the l '' at Miami lan I : >r-
oniza1 i has d that
nv mbets I leth R t| a. i C >n-
irchaa
I
h K >ly Day
Ral Ml lab, spiritua
.-to
ital 9 th '
Kiel: Holj I' >: :-. 11 als to a record
S;:s:.700.
Suits Are Filed In
WASHINGTON (JTA> A
suit has hem filed in U.S. Dis-
trict Court charging thai the
n Bidents of Tilden Garden-, a
co op in a fashionable section of
Washington, systematically ve-
toes applications of Jews and
Negroes, Another suit, filed in
Federal Court in Baltimore, ac-
cuses the operators ol the 1 ak-
crest Towers and the Southview
Apartments in Maryland ol in-
equitable treatment of Negro
applicants and the segregation
cf Negro tenants.
The charges against Tilden
Gardens were brought by Sam-
uel T. Eastman, a District of
Columbia government official,
who is neither Negro nor Jewish.
Mr. Eastman said his applica-
tion to purchase an apartment
had been vetoed because he re-
plied in the affirmative when he
was asked if he would be en-
tertaining Negro guests.
"Since all of the stockholders
are white and substantially non-
Jewish." the suit said, "the re-
quirement for the concurrence
of stockholders discriminates
against Negroes and Jews on ac-
count of race, color, religion and
national origin, a violation of
the 1968 Civil Rights Act."
The two Maryland apartment
buildings, it was charged, require
Housing Bias Case
Ni _: 1 applicants to demonst:' it
higlv r financial and Other qua -
ificati ns than whites, and as-
sign Negro tenants to 1 rtain
ari as of the compli x
12,000 Celebrate
Simchat Torah In
Moscow's Streets
LONDON (JTA) About
12.000 Moscow Jews sang and
danced outside Moscow's Choral
Synagogue on the '/4-mile long
Arkhipov Street, in a spontane-
ous celebration of Simchat To-
; rah. The older people were out-
numbered by youngsters, eye-
witnesses-said, singing tradition-
al Jewish songs and chanting.
1
The normally quiet street near
the headquarters of the Soviet
Communist Party's central com-
mittee was closed to traffic by
police, but they did not inter-
fere with the celebration, which
1 has become a tradition in Mos-
cow. Sortie doubt was expressed.
1 however, that ctiier Soviet cities
with large Jewish populations
would allow holiday celebration
on the same scale. Word of th!
holiday is spread by word of
mouth, because there are no
. Jewish calendars.
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JNF Dinner To Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Mondres
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer,
si ni of the Jewish National
: Greater Miami, has an-
uiK.cl that plans for the JNF's
Mr. and Mis. Joseph Mondres
will lx' honored for their devoted
service to the State of Israel as
well as the community at large at
the dinner. The immediate past
president of Maccabee Lodge of
Miami Beach. Mr. Mondres, who
was landed by Rep. Claude Pep-
per on the occasion of his 70th
Kin.-.day. July 15, in remarks re-
corded in the Congressional Rec-
ord, has just been named Out-
standing Lodge President of the
district for 1968-1969.
Cm si speaker will be New York
^, nator Charles Goodell. who was
appointed by Gov. Nelson Roeko-
i, lie r to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of the late Sen. Robert
Kennedy.
A most unusual artistic program
i- being arranged by Maestro
Shmuel Fershko. with dinner and
dance music by the Irving Pie-
track Orchestra, including special
music and arrangements brought
back from Israel by the orchestra
leader.
MR. AND MRS. JOitPH MONDRf $
"The evening." Mayor Dermer
" i. and Mr-- Mondres Banquet, stated, -promises to be one of
i, held Nov. 9 in the ballroom great inspiration and meaning for
T mplc Emanu-El, are now the strengthening of the State of
mplete. Israel."
Tuesday Socials Set
By Temple Menorah
The Sisterhood of Tempi.- Me-
norah announces that it will hold
socials a^ain each Tuesday noon
ii: the temple's social hall. 75th
Street and Carlyle Avenue, Miami
Beach.
The first social, at noon Tues-
day, will include a luncheon undei
the chairmanship of Mrs. Dora
Lefkoff and Mrs. Ida Center. Mrs.
Essie Wolt is president of the Sis-
ii rhood.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood Meet
Mrs. Hymen J. Berger, presi-
dent, will preside at the monthly
meeting of the Sisterhood of Tem-
pi,- Beth Raphael at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day. Oct. 16 in Hie temple, when
nomination and election of officers
will take place.
Temple Sinai Ladies Meet
Temple Sinai's Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon-card party ant!
kitchen shower at 11 a.m. Monday
in the temple's social hall. Guest
speaker at its regular meeting at
11 a.m. Wednesday will be the
noted author and lecturer Harry
Kimball. Mrs. Max Goldbcr is pro-
cram chairman. Mrs. Maurice To-
back is president of the croup, and
Mis Mina Oppenhelm and Mrs.
Lee Broday are in charge ol res. r-
. at ions
New Lunar Landing Stamp Offered By B'nai B'rith
A first-day cover of the new
' S. airmail Stamp commemorat-
_ ihi lunar landing and honoring
polio 11 crow is being offered
' j the B'nai B'rith Exhibit Hall
\\: shington. P< stmarked Wash-
jton, il features a reproduction
I : mding and the quo--
- ,tii from Psalms, "When I be-
.. i s, the work of Thy
i i- The moon and the star,
Thou has stablishi d; What
,. r in 'ha; Thou art mindful of
' :id the s..n ol man, thai
i Lhinkest of him?" which was
Iti | i > Col. Edwin E. a;
pic flight.
The philatelic cover can - ini d b> s< nding -to cents and a
self-addressed envelope to B'nai
Oscar White New Bayshore
Service Club President
Os< ir A. White pron inent Cu-
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Louis Suchman, right, president of Temple Ner Tamid Men's
Club, and its Vice President. Sidney Schwam, make plans
for the first Breakfast Meeting of the new season, to be held
at 9:30 a.m.. Sunday Oct. 12. Highlighting the meeting will
be Ralph Fistel, president and Abe Schorr, vice-president
of the Southeast region of the National Federation of Jewish
Men's Club, United Synagogue of America, who will speak
to the group on the subject, "What Mens' Clubs of the Unit-
ed Synagogue are doinq throughout America."
Women's League Brunch
Mrs. Arthur J. Broun, president
ol the Florida Branch of National
Women's League, was to preside
at its first brunch meeting of the
seasonal B'nai Raphael Thursday, president of the hostess S I
re ol the meeting was to be Ii.....I.
a workshop on adult education
books and library by Mrs. Miltoi
Schlinsky, ami on ceremonial ob-
jects and uift shop, by Mrs, Fred
Blank. Mrs. Alien Nirenberi
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B'rith Klutznick Exhibit Hall. 1640
Rhode Island Aw., N.W., Wash-
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B. B.Y.O. Dedicates New Office
The new offiee ol B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization, located at
v, 12 Bird Rd., will be dedicated
:.; p m. Sunday. B.B.Y.O. is an
organization devoted to aiding the
young Jewish people of the com-
munity in then personal develop-
ment as members of the commu-
nity. The public is invited to at-
tend the ceremony. Refreshments
vill bo served.
r\ it Tin iiTir it several years ago, a farmer's plough scraped the
I /*riiiAKfci/\ Roman statue pictured here. Excavations revealed
^ that it sat in the market place of the city, the
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turned up a wealth of ancient remains around Cae-
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fJenisf: fhridH&n
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Kalish New Jewish Home Director I Joseph Yanich To Address jwv Poi
Arthur Kalish. 45. who for the
past nine years has served as asso-
ciate director of the Jewish Home
for the Aged (Douglas Gardens),
has been named to succeed Mau-
rice PearlSteill, executive director
who recently retired after is years
as its administrative head, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Leo Rose, Jr., president.
Fred Hirt, former administrator
of the 260-bcd surgical division of
Tdontefiore Hospital and Medical
Center in New York, has been
named by the JHA board to fill
the position of assistant director
1- it vacant by the promotion of
Mr. Kalish.
"\V< :; proud "l i he n cord of
Arthur K.i!:sh." said Mr. n se.
"He served long and well under
l is i nd and colleague Maui i< e
} irlst< in. and ha- hel d to make
Douglas Gardens one ol 'he na-
tion's odels is a norm for the
"He has established a national
reputation as an institutional ad-
ministrator," Mr. Rose continued.
"During his years with the Home
it has grown from a custodial in-
stitution to a comprehensive,
skilled-care rehabilitative center
serving 222 residents.
"He played a significant role in
creating an environment and a
spirit among the residents that has
resulted in Douglas Gardens being
known as The Home for Begin-
ning Again." Mr. Rose added.
Mr. Kalish, who worked at the
home f.irr.ost from the inception of
his career in social work, original-
ly served as the first geriatric-
specialist caseworker, and later
held the post of Supervisor of So-
cial Service when the department
was expanded.
A member of the National
Joseph I. Yanich. executive di-
rt ctor of the Southeast Region of
the American Jewish Congress,
will address .South Dade Post T7K.
Jewish War Veterans Monday in
the Dacie Federal auditorium at
103rd Street and S. Dixie Hwy.
He will illustrate his lecture on
"The Freedom to FearA Story of
S I Jewry" with slides taken
during his recent visit t', Russia.
His talk will begin at 8:15 p.m.
A native '.i Detroit, Midi.. Mr.
Yanich, who holds a Bachelor oi
Arts degree in Sociology from
Unh rsity and a Master
: S icial Work degri e from the
r Ity "i Mi< higan, is a mem-
ber of the Academy of Certified
Social Workers.
After first visiting Israel in 1919,
Mr. Yanich and his wife, the well-
known artist, sculptress, teacher
and folk dancer Reg] Yanich. madi
their home in Israel from 1953-57.
Two ol their four children wi re
horn in Jerusalem, and they have
revisited that country in 1965 and
8, when Mr. Yanich led AJ''
I study tours to Spain and to Gre. ce.
In 1967. before the Six-Day
War. %> billion worth ot Kussiaii
j arm* was poised at the borders
| of Israel, ready t'.r "the kill."
LETTERS TO THE EDITuR
ARTHUR KALISH
Academy of Certifi- Soei,"' Work-
ers of the National Association of
Social Workers, National Council
on Aging and the American Asso-
ciation of Homes for the Aged, the
new JHA executive director holds
;; Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration degree from the University
of Miami and a Master of Social
A'ork degree from Florida State
University. An Air Force veteran
of World War II, he and his wife,
Nathalie, the parents of two chil-
dren, Evelyn and Jack, have been
residents of Greanr Miami for the
past 20 years.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridlan:
The following
e Kirl
chairman of 1
en
' wish ''' '
"Oct. 1. 199
"Gov. < laude H. Ki
"Tallahassee, Florida
"Dear Governor Kirk:
"As American citizens, we are
protesting the action of the
Board of Regents of our State
university system in scheduling
the opening day of the Fall quar-
ter on Monday, Sept. 22. On the
Jewish calendar, this was Yom
Kippur. the most hoiy day of
the Jewish year.
". It has been brought to our
attention that several Jewish
students who were absent that
n i x
tiot
lay oi
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ghts i f these
stud< nts who obst. n d their re-
ligious holidaj for some
action Our Constitution
guarantees the right of Freedom
of Religion, so we must seek no
less for these Jewish students
who attend the schools of the
state of Florida.
' We s trongly urge you to take
action in rectifying this situa-
tion.
"Very truly yours,
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN
Commander, Dept. of Fla..
Jewish War Veterans
of the United States"
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Atlath Yeshurun
Fine Art Exhibit
And Auction Set
Ad exhibit cf fine art from the
rs Art Gallery of the Eden
Hotel will be on display at
' \ itirun Sunday
l to t> p.m., with a special
a id duled for 3 p.m.
: ks ol u s1 artist
holz which will be ex-
be his "Social Climb-
Bome 20 others chosen
. : n nt periods El i-: life
nent. W
ol Art in N w
: s im 'if Modi rn
.. ttc collect ;
; ; j ni ;
r a 3f>yi ar pel ; v
. ,ji |i d ai the Univertfty -
Gallery.
_.\ i group of 75 framed
: art, many of them collec-
1 :-' it ms, will bo among the 200
. b available in the exciting
lorful "Dutch Auction" at
m Erwin Stern, director of
the .'Hector's Art Gallery, made
n. seven-week round the world trip
gathering the pieces for this ex-
hibit.
At his request. Simon Karczmar.
one of Israel's most celebrated
artists, who has just been exhib-
ited in Safed, Israel, selected 15 |
pieces from among his lithographs.
oils and pastels to be flown here
ior the temple's Art Weekend. His
promise that they would arrive in
time for the exhibit has now been
made good.
Lorry King OptiMrs. Club Guest Speaker
l Limy 3 r j .naln pl
& itvard c turbed children at the &
Ilinical & h Hialeah.
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Late Services Of Area Synagogues
Cedars' Ball Set Dec. 6
The 8th Anniversary Ball of
Cedars of Lebanon Hispital will
be held at the Fontainebleau Ho-
"eJ on Dec. 6. President Harry L.
Lewis has announced. Top flight
entertainment will again be fea-
tured at the black-tie event which
marks the climax of Cedars winter
social calendar.
Among the synagogues of the
area which are resuming late Fri-
day evening services this week are
the Israelite Center, where Rabbi
Avrom L. Drazin, spiritual leader,
will speak on the topic "Some
Second Thoughts on Science Vs.
Religion." with liturgy by Cantor
Nathan Parnass and the choir, and
Temple Zamora of Coral Gables,
where Rabbi Maxwell Berger will
speak at the 8:15 p.m. service on
the theme "Alone, But Not Lone-
ly." An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the service, hosted by Louis Al-
veiss. president of the temple, and
Mrs. Alweiss.
At the 8:15 p.m. service inaugu-
rating the late Friday evening
services of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, which will continue through
June, 1970. Rabbi Max Lipschitz.
I spiritual leader, will ask "Is Rus-
i jia Winning the War of Propa-
ganda?" in connection with arti-
1 cles written by American corre-
! spondents who visited the Soviet
Union, which have appeared in the
Miami Herald, and give his analy-
sis of Harrison Salisbury's book.
I "The Last 50 Years of Soviet
ni :.." with particular i mphasis
,m the chapters n garding the
Kremlin and Soviet Jewry. He will
also discuss the eficacy of 3<
protests against anti-Semitism in
the U.S.S.R.
North Shore Chapter To Meet
The next meeting of North Shore
Chapter. B'nai B'rith. will be held
: at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20 in the
i Washington Federal. 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.. Miami Beach. Pro-
gram for the day will be "Know
I Your Ni ighbor Panel" a unique
discussion group of informed wom-
en of America, with Mrs. Alfred
Boas serving as moderator.
Hebrew Course At Miami High
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10 p.m. at Miami Senior High
School. 2450 SW 1st St., is Mrs.
Sarah Cohen. 1831 SW 25th Ave.,
who is well known in this area.
Interested persons may register
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Friday. October
1363
Paqe 5-B
'New Look' Presented
By Division Leaders
Si>otlighted in four corners of
the Dcauville Hotel's Napoleon
Suite, the leadership of the Wom-
en's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation presented- its
"New Look for th.> 1970s" at the
Presentation Day Luncheon spon-
sored by the Women's Division
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Burton R. Levey which saluted the
presidents of Jewish women's or-
ganizations in Greater Miami.
More than 500 women, repre-
senting 80 Jewish organizations in
Dade County, were gathered. The
'New Look" it was explained, will
consist of Area Boards of 90 wom-
en, servicing North Dade, South
Dade and Miami Beach. "We have
every reason to believe." said Mrs.
Fdwin B. Oppenheim, the newly
elected Women's Division presi-
dent, "that the reorganization of
the Federation's Women's Division
will help us expand our services to
the entire Greater Miami commu-
nity."
Robert Russell, general cam-
paign chairman of the 1970 Com-
I bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
I gency Fund campaign, reported
] that the Federation's Women's Di-
I vision raised more than $350,000
| on behalf of the 1969 CJA-IKF
campaign.
"After witnessing the enthusiasm
of the Women's Division and all
the Jewish organizations who
were represented at the luncheon."
Mr. Russell said, "I am confident
that the women in this community
I shall achieve a maximum effort
during the 1970 drive."
The new 1969-1970 officers of
| the Federation's Women's Division
were presented and installed by
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. In addition to Mrs.
Oppenheim. vice presidents Mrs.
Richard I. Brickman, Mrs. Jack
Katzman. Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro,
Mrs. Howard J. Trinz and Mrs.
Irving L. Wexler. recording secre-
tary Mrs. Howard Ayares, corre-
sponding secretary Mrs. Milton
] Sirkin and parliamentarian Mrs.
Aaron Fair were installed.
The Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation hosted more than 500
Women from 80 Jewish organizations at
their annual Presentation Day Luncheon.
Left to right, Mrs. Burton R. Levey, luncheon
chairman; Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim. Wo-
men's Division president; Mrs. Frank A. Kauf-
man, Coordinator of Community Resources
for the Department of Juvenile Services of
Maryland; Robert Russell, president and
chairman of the board of Russell Aluminum
Corp. and general campaign chairman of
the 1370 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign; and Mrs. Ro-
bert Russell.
Benefit Concert Scheduled By Pioneer Women Oct. 13
The F.ilat Chapter of Pioneer
Women will present a Simchat
Torah Concert at 8 p.m. Monday in
the Miami Beach Federal at 755
Washington Ave.
Mrs. Faye Bruckcr. president,
will be mistress of ceremonies. The
entertainers will include Larry
Blue, accordionist, soprano Elsa
Zigler and tenor Sol Zwigel, who
will sing Hebrew, Yiddish and
English songs as solos and duets
with Helen Skolnik accompanying
at the piano. Mrs. Ida Iovalsky,
program chairman, will also high-
light the program with songs. Pro-
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Groups Schedule October Meetings
The Bay Harbor Group will hold
its regular monthly meeting and
luncheon Monday Oct. 13, at noon
i:: the Bdmoral Hotel. Mrs. Sylvia
Meyers will bring greetings, and
Mrs. M;irie Bala'oin. well known
artist, will entertain with songs.
Mrs. Henrietta Steinmuller is
President.
* *
The Sha'oma Group's next meet-
ing will be he'd at noon T iciday.
Oct. 13 in the Algiers Hotel. A
snack luncheon will be server, with
all new members as quests of the
mization. The day's theme will
be membership. Councilman Joseph
Malek and his accompanist will
entertain. Mrs. Joseph Rappanort
is Program Chairman and Mrs
Irvin Shapiro is President.
* *
The Triton Towers Group will
hold its next meeting at the Algiers
Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
16, A sr.ack lunche >n will be serv-
ed followed by a report illustrat-
ed by slides of her recent trip to
Is.- lei by Mrs. Jaj Dermer,
a *
Morten Towers Group has sched-
uled its next meeting for Tues-
day, Oct. 14. at no 'n in the Forte
Towers Ballroom, 1100 West Ave.
Brunch will be served. The pro-
gram Kill feature Leonard Kim-
ball, an attorney who is well
l cceds go for Child Rescue and
; tickets are available through Mrs.
1 Goldie Rubinstein.
Sisterhood 'Ice Breaker7
Program chairman Marilyn Ro-
! senberg, of Temple Or Olom Sis-
j terhood promises a real "ice-
breaker" at the Sisterhood's 8 p.m.
! meeting Thursday, Oct. 16. in the
I Temple Auditorium. A new, fas-
cinating and entertaining game
i "NAME-O" will be intro-
I duced. Evelyn Schwartz is Sister-
hood president.
Sunshine Chapter B.B. Women
Chicken Dinner-Card Party
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a Chicken Dinner
: and Card Party at neon Tuesday
it. the Windsor Towers Hal!. 155
NE 168th St. The public is in-
vited.
Mrs. Morris Bernstein is presi-
dent of the group; reservation?
j are available through Mrs. Fanny
Cohen, chairman, or the Mesdames
! Lee Meisner, Fanny Simon, Muncie
! Shechter. Margaret Levy, Ann
I Krassner, Irma Polk. Dora Wilson,
' Violet Dresner and Irene Ney,
I committee members.
known as a painter and sculptor.
His subject will be "An Inter-
pretation of the Spiritual and Ar-
tistic Content of the Jerusalem
Windows of Marc Shagall" color
slides of which will be shown. Mrs.
Hattie Wagner is Program Chair-
man.
* *
A skit called "Legacy of Laugh-
ter" will be given by members of
the group at the regular meeting
of the I. R. Goodman B & F Group
ol Hadassah at 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the Miami Beach Federal at 8th
Street and Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach. Alan Dworkis will
also entertain and Bertha Zolin.
American and Foreign Affairs
chairman, will report on the Mid-
East situation. Mrs. Lillian Chab-
ner will be presiding officer with
Mrs. Ray Gold on the presidium.
* *
Sara Helfand will review the
book "Thy Daughter's Nakedness"
at the next meeting of the Forte
Towers Group at 1 p.m. Monday in
th" auditorium of the North Bldg.
*
The Emma Lazarus Group will
hold its next meeting in the Bel-
Air Hotel. 65th Street and Collins
Avenue at noon Monday. Lunch-
eon will h.' followed by games and
pi i/is.
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October Is!, which was followed by an all-day Board
Orientation institute, conducted by Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs.
Goldstein, who Is an accredited National Women's League
Institute Leader, is a past president of The Temple Emanu-El
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Miami Happenings
Wometco Theatres
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Melissa Gahn, 3, whose home is in Ft. Pierce, is the center
of attention during a visit from (left to right) Mrs. Arthur
Lee. President, United Order of True Sisters, Nurse Mrs.
Barbara Aissen, and Mrs. Grace Omansky. United Order
of True Sisterh, one of the oldest women's organizations
in the ILS-. established in 1846 in New York City, has
furnished X-ray equipment to Variety including a Nuclear
Magna-scanner for detection of Cancer.
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overweight people. A well
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There will be no weight loss in
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Mrs. /.Ma M. Glass, president,
Jewish War Veterans. Department
of Florida Ladies Auxiliary, will
head a large delegation from the
Dade-Broward County area which
will attend the second council of
administration muting, held in
conjunction with the quarterly
meeting of the Jewish War Vet-
erans state department in Orlando
the weekend of Oct. is-19.
Representatives from the St.
Petersburg Tampa area will also
attend the gathering, it has been
announced.
The 5.300 member National Eleo-
tii<-ii Contractor* Association
iNECAl will hold its 68th Annual
Conventon on Miami Beach next
month, with headquarters in the
Fonti Ii ebieau 11 itel and a huge
lectrical exposition at the .Miami
11 hi ;i i "on\ ention Cent >r.
Lillian Chasin. Vice President
if the Peoples American National
Bank Ol North Miami, will be in-
stalled as chairman of the Miami
Group, National Association ol
Bank Worn :. Miami Mayor Steve
Clark will be guest speaker at the
annual installation dinner, which
will be held at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel Thursday, Oct. Hi.
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The .'17th annual convention of.
the Florida Comnetologtota a*
soeiiilioii will get into lull swing
Oct.,her IS at the plush Diplomat
Hotel and Country Club in Holly-
wood. Fla., according to Fred
I'olnml of Boca Raton, show chair-
man.
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The City ol Miami is sponsor-
ing a Oct. 20 Nov. L'tJ essay
contest through the English de-
part mints ot local high schools
on the topic "How to Make
America More Beautiful." ac-
cording to realtor Thi-lmu Van
Steenberg, a member of the City
of Miami's Beautification Com-
mittee and tile "Make America
1:. Her" Committee of the Miami
Hoard of Re allors. Prizes offered
amount to some $300,
The appointment of Sheldon
Cohen as director of Traffic and
Production, the department di-
rectly responsible for processing
more than two million dollars
worth ot graphics yearly, has
been announced by Seymour
Gerher, president of Graphic Ad-
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Friday. October 10. 1969
Hadassah Award To
Go To Dr. Barnard
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah. the Wquk-v^ Zionist
Organization of America, will send
a 20-member delegation to its 55th
national convention in New Or-
leans, La., which will open Sunday.
Heading the local delegation will
be Mrs. Philip Thau, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter.
Yoscf Tekoah, Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations, will
address the opening session at 8:45
p.m. Sunday. He will address the
more than 2.000 delegates repre-
senting 318.000 Hadassah members
ot the United States and Puerto
Rico on "Israel's Position in the
World Today." as the four days of
deliberations that will project the
activities of Hadassah in America
and Israel for the next 12 months
begin. Mrs. Max Schenk. national
president of Hadassah, will share
the platform with him. and the
session will be highlighted by a
filmed greeting from Israel's Prime
Minister Golda Meir.
Among the distinguished guests
who will address the convention,
theme of which. Mrs. Bess Katz,
national convention chairman, has
announced, will be 'The Legacy of
the PastThe Promise of the Fu-
ture," will be Dr. Christian Bar-
nard, famed heart-transplant sur-
geon from South Africa; Dr. Kal-
man J. Mann, director-general of
the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion in Israel; Dr. Abram Cbayes.
Harvard. Law professor, presiden-
tial advisor and foreign affairs
specialist; Dr. Leonard Fein, asso-
ciate director of the Cambridge.
Mass., M.I.T.-Harvard Center for
Urban Studies; Israel's Consul-
General Moshe Gilboa. from At-
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Volunteer! will he paid far partici-
pation. Church and Social Organi-
zations can participate as a group.
Matt he permanent residents at
Dade or Broward Counties.
Far information and interview,
call Mrs. Dtipy weekdays 1-5:30 at
Miomi 891 2693 ar 191-0321, Sat.
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lanta. Ga.; New York University-
president Dr. James Hester, and
Milton Himmelfarb. director of in-
formation and research services,
American Jewish Committee.
Hadassah's coveted Henrietta
Szold Award will be presented to
Dr. Barnard at 8:45 p.m. Monday
for his contribution to heart sur-
gery. The award, which comprises
a citation and a gift of $1,000, will
be made at a special session high-
lighting Hadassah's work in med-
icine, which will be addressed by
Kalman J. Mann.
Dr. Chayes will speak at the
7:30 p.m. banquet Tuesday, and
the 9 a.m. closing session of the
convention Wednesday will be ad-
dressed by I. L. Kenen. editor of
the bi-weekly "Near East Report"
and executive director of the
American Israel Public Affairs I
Committee in Washington, D.C.
The largest Zionist organization i
in the world today. Hadassah
I spends more than $12 million an- |
i nually on its undertakings. In Is-
| racl. Hadassah conducts a compre-
hensive health program which in-
cludes diagnostic, curative and
preventive medical services, voca-
tional education and social welfare
programs, rehabilitation and edu-
cation of underprivileged Jewish
youth, and a land redemption pro-,
gram.
The Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation, based at the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Center
at Ein Karem, Jerusalem, includes
a 650-bcd teaching hospital servic-
ing 20,000 in-patients annually, the
Mother and Child Pavilion for ma-
ternity and infant care, an out-
patient department capable of
handling more than 250,000 pa-
tient visits annually, the Hebrew
University-Hadassah Medical and
Dental Schools, and the John F.
Kennedy Buildinga reception
and information center.
In the United States, Hadassah
1 conducts an intensive American |
Affairs program and has recently
expanded its work through volun-
teer service in national school
lunch and tutorial programs.
Galil Chapter Will
Hear Psychiatrist
Dr. Elaine Needell. a prominent
local psychiatrist will speak on
The Role of the Jewish Woman
in Society" at the season's first
regular monthly meeting of the
Galil Chapter. Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America, at 8 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 16, in Beth Torah
Congregation.
Dr. Needell. who practiced in-
'. ternal medicine for eight years be-
I fore specializing in psychiatry six
years ago. is on the teaching staff
of the University of Miami School
, of Medicine. She and her husband,
I who is also a physician, are the
parents of four children.
Mrs. Max Rothenberg is presi-
dent of the chapter. The program
was arranged by Mrs. Martin
ZemeL
Karen Wenig Note Mrs. Hotvard Gross
Miss Karen Wenig became Mrs.
Howard Gross Saturday. Sept. 28.
at Temple Ner Tamid. Miami
Jrach. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
officiated at the 8:30 p.m. cere-
mony uniting the daughter of Mr.
and "Mrs. Sol Wenig of Miami
': Beach and the son of Miami Beach
residents Mr. and Mrs. Davi<
Gross in marriage.
The new Mrs. Gross is a gradu-
late of Miami Beach Senior High
School and Miami-Dade Junior
! College. Her husband, who is an
attorney, graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School and the
University of Miami's School of
Law.
The couple will make their
home in Miami after a New York
honeymoon.__________________
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MU HOWARD MOSS
A Mad Hatters Party will be ^ $i$terhood Installs NOW President
held by Aviva Chapter of Mizrachi I
Women at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Lewie. 4520 SW 2nd St..
on Wednesday. A musical pro-
gram with prizes and refresh-
ments is planned by Rose Pertes,
and her cochairmen, Helen Lewie
and Eva Schoenberger. Fanny
April is chapter president.
Beth Torah Men Breakfast
Mr. Lou Sommers will sponsor
the 9:30 a.m. Sunday breakfast of
the Men's Club of Beth Torah
Congregation in the U.S.Y. room
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of his
grandson. Gary Silvcrman. Men
who have served as ushers for the
congregation's services will also
be honored.
Judge Barod Speaks On Theme
'Bringing Technwn To Miami'
Judge Frederick N. Barad, a
prominent jurist and educator wtio
distinguished himself as a member
of Czechoslovakia's underground
will speak on the topic "Bringing
Technion to Miami" at the annual
membership garden party of the
Miami Chapter. Women's Division.
American Society for Technion
(Israel Institute of Technology!
beginning at 10:30 a.m. Friday in
the home of Mrs. Grace Jacobs,
5550 S.W. 60th Ct.
Mrs. Martin W. Spector is in
charge of reservations.
Mrs. Otto Martinez will be in-
stalled as the new Temple Tifereth
Israel Sisterhood president at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday during a formal
candlelighting ceremony in the so-
cial hall of the temple, 6500 N.
Miami Ave.
Mrs. Martinez and the other
newly elected Sisterhood officers
1 will be installed by Rabbi Ralph
Y. Carmi. spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer of Tem-
I pie Beth Torah is scheduled to
I appear as a guest artist on the
! program, which will include mes-
j sages from both Mrs. Martinez
| and Mrs. Al Lthman, the outgoing
Sisterhood president.
Among the other officers to be
I installed in the ceremony are Mrs.
Paul Mann, vice president; Mrs.
Lily Laster, recording secretary;
Mrs. Marshall Zucker, correspond-
ing secretary', and Mrs. Allan
Greenspan, treasurer.
Mts. orre munmti
Lox and Bagel Breakfast
Members and prospective mem-
bers are invited to attend an in-
formal "lox and bagel" breakfast
meeting of the Temple Zamora
Men's Club at 10 a.m. Sunday in
the temple, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Gables.
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Mrs. Jacob D. Kati Installed As
President Of Hebrew Academy Women
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Mrs. Jacob D. Katz of Miami
P dent of the Hebrew Academv
Women, at a luncheon held by the
organization in the Deauville Ho-
tel at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen will be in-
stalled as chairman of the board
of the women's organization which
devotes its efforts to the growth
arid development of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, sup-
porting the day school with a year-
round social and fund-raising pro-
gram. Mrs. Samuel Rosner is hon-
orary president; ways and means
chairman is Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Vice presidents to be installed
include Mrs. Leonard Adler, Mrs.
Julius Rosenstein. Mrs. S. Louis
Schwartz, Mrs. Isadore Spolter,
Mrs. Charles Simon, Mrs. Berel
Vein and Mrs. Irving Firtel. Other
officers being installed are Mrs.
fred Zisquit, treasurer; Mrs. Rose
Rosenhouse, financial secretary;
Mrs. Harold Tokayer, recording
secretary; Mrs. Carl Branded and
Mrs. Jacob Rosner, social secre-
taries; Mrs. Sue Herman and Mrs.
Jack Berger, corresponding secre-
taries, and Mrs. Louis Cimcnt and
Mrs. Morris Dublcr, telephone- sec-
retaries.
.. <&Qbout f^eoplc and f^li
Sharyn M. Greetie,
Ronny J. Halperin
Engaged To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Greene.
110 SW 51st Avc.. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sharyn Marlene, to Ronny Jay
Halperin. whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Herzl Halperin. 1041 NE
159th St.. North Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, who is a gradu-
ate of Coral Gables Senior High
School and the University of Flor-
ida, is presently teaching at Or-
chard Villa Elementary School.
Her fiance, a graduate of North
I Miami Senior High School, is a
I student at the University of Miami,
where he is in his senior year.
The wedding will take place in
the summer.
Raanana Swirsky, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky, 1711 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beaah. sophomore atf
Yeshiva University's Stem Col-|
lege for Women, in New York |
City, has been elected treasurer
cf the Student Council.
Hadassah Fashion Show
Miami Beach Auditorium will be
the setting for the premiere of
Hadassah's fashion show at 12:30
p.m. Monday Oct. 20. Hadassah
Florida Region president Mrs.
I.eonard Wolpe has announced.
The member-bring-a-new-member-
or-life-member afternoon will be
by invitation only. Cochairmen of
the event, which will be coordinat-
ed by Mrs. Daniel Fitzpatrick of
Richards Department Stores, are
Mrs. Sherman Fast and Mrs. A.
Arthur Pikelner.
Dr. Mary Ann Junetoaoer. 704
Jeronimo Dr., Coral Gables, has
been appointed lecturer in the
chemistry nd physical science
department of Barry College.
ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS PICK
OUT THE PICTI'RES
Shelley Friedland (now Mrs. Michael A.
Singer) lives in Gainesville with Michael who
is attending Graduate School. Shelley is a junior
With this year and another year to go. They have
a house, (it's a little one just like a doll house>
and Shelley plays at housekeeping in between
studying. Her folks, Larry and Jerry Friedland.
just got a letter from her saying that she is
having a terrible time p: eking out the wedding
pictures she wants for her album. But though
Shelley changed her name there still is a
Shelley Friedland in the family. When Ron
came home from Chicago for his sister's wed-
ding he brought his bride, who is a Shelley, too.
HO HO ANOTHER ONE!
Lou and Bess Glasser have another grand-
child. She's an adorable little five pound girl
named Tracy, who looks just like a big beautiful
doll, and belongs to daughter Mona and her
husband Roy Connors who live in Bronxville.
NY.
40 PICTURES
Jules and Zelda Channing looked at 400 pic-
tures! Wonder if anyone else will. After all.
their son Joel took them while he and his bride
Susan were spending their honeymoon in
Europe. Joe! is an architect. He was thrilled t;>
see all the buildings and such that he had studied
about come to life in Rome. So he took hundreds
of pictures and Susan is in most of them. They
had a great time and haven't had a chance to
get settled in Joel's bachelor apartment yet. But
they will.
HE CAME HOME
David Lehrman now Dr. David Lchrman
came back to Miami Beach to live. He is busy
renewing friendships that g-> back as far as
Central Beach Elementary and Miami Beach
High School. Of course his folks, Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and sister Roz, are thrilled to
pieces. He brought his wife Sandra and two
children, Michael and Robert who already are
enrolled in the Lehrman Day School. They're
aces
Settled in their home on San Marino Island. Dr.
Lchrman is an orthopedic surgeon and is evi-
dently quite handsome. My very good source tolls
mo that the nurses are all a flutter.
WHERE WERE THEY?
Jesse and Carlyn Rose stopped off in Balti-
more for n quick visit before leaving on their
eruiso on Gripsholm. When they got to New
York their five suitcase? were nowhere in sight.
We're going, anyway, with or without clothes,"
declared Carlyn. Fortunately, a half hour be-
fore the ship sailed tho suitcases arrived.
WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A TOOTH ACHE
AND A TOE ACHE?
That Myra Farr! She had to go to Japan to
get a toothache, to India to get a toe ache. So
she went to a dentist in iiong Kong and to a
chiropodist in Now Delhi. She and Aaron saw
Honey and Al Pallot and Harriet and Jules
Stark in Hong Kong. Myra's great about writing
and we all read her letters to each other. Can't
wait to see her new beaded dross that weighs a
ton (she says.)
FROM SOMETHING HELLAS
That evidently means either Athens or Greece.
Hy and Juliet Liebcr are there. They wrote that
it only took them two days and ten hours to get
to Athens due to the bad flying weather and
mechanical difficulties. But they said it was
worth it. They find the feeling of antiquity
overwhelming. That's just the way I felt when
it was my birthday.
SISTER AND BROTHER VACATION
Rhea Gladwin, former Councilman of Surf-
side, and her brother, Lionel Cashman of the
Shore Palace Apartment Hotel, spent the last
few weeks enjoying the autumn scenery in the
New England states. While in Hartford. Conn.,
Rh^a presented its young vivacious Mayor Ann
R. Uccllo. with a proclamation from Surfside's
Mayor David Davis, and she and Lionel worship-
ped at Temple Beth Israel on Rosh Hashonah.
The two observed Yom Kippur in Temple Is-
rael. Boston, Mass.
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fair is "Rise to Greater Heights."
More than 70 booths will be em-
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ment) showing how and where
women of every age. race, creed \
and economic level can take train-
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seek employment, as well as per- j
sonally improve themselves. One I orv Council
of the fair's highlights will be the i Finkelstein.
presentation of "Be a Better Wom-
an" awards by the Miami Herald
to 15 heroines of the community at
8 p.m. Women who have gone
back to education, volunteer work
oi cmployme nt will be cited.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub is
chairman of the fair. Chairman of
the C.C.E.W. Community Advis-
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The Kick-Ofi Donor Luncheon of the Sister-
hood of Temple Ner Tamid was to be held
at noon Thursday in the Sklar Auditorium
of the Temple, sponsored by Mrs. Michael
Glazier, Mrs. Rita Salomon and Mrs. Sadie
Trosky. Proceeds will go to the Ner Tamid
Religious School. Left to right, standing, are:
Mrs. Carlton Blake, Mrs. Trosky, Mrs. Louis
Cohen, Mrs. Sidney Schwam, Mrs. Harry
Glazer, Mrs. Jack Yasman, Mrs. Hannah
Randman. Seated are: Mrs. Michael Magen,
chairman of the event, Mrs. Jack Greenberg,
president of Sisterhood, and Mrs. Kitty Kauf-
man. Not shown are luncheon committee
members Mrs. Ella Chester and Mrs. Esther
Glasser.
Three outstanding figures will receive the
1969 Stephen S. Wise Award of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Sunday, October 26.
They are (from left): Israel's Ambassador
to the United States, Yitzhak Rabin; Roy
Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP;
and Bernard B. Zients, president of Gimb-
els, New York.
Women's League To Meet
A film showing the care given
blind girls in the Nathanya, Israel.
Workshop for Blind Girls will be
shown at the 1 p.m. meeting of
the Florida Chapter, Women's
League foi Israel Thursday in the
Forte Towers Auditorium at IL'OO
West Ave., Miami Beach.
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liscussions. Film Scheduled At T
I Tin- s< cond >.F a series of Invest-
ed S< rninaxs was to ix* present-
;ii s p.m. Thursday in the y.m-
kviIA of Greater Mi;imi, 8500 SW
|h St., by Peter Klein of Baehe
Co.. Inc. New trends in stocks,
id r. today's economy, how to
Iterpret charts, choice of a con-
i>rtible borvi, and the imimrtance
If timing were to be the topics of
flu- illustrated lecture. The series
Vill continue on Oct. 16 and 23.

A "Meii the Artists" cham-
agne reception will be hi'ld from
to 5 p.m. Sunday in the YMHA
lit Gallery Shirley I. Green and
|i ta Carmen, whose works will
on displaj through Oct. 23, will
on hand at the exhibition of
ttntings, graphics and* sculpture
preet guests and explain their
brk to interested persons.
*
The Rig Noise," a Laurel &
r<:y film, anil a full color car-
fcr "The Man Called Klintstone."
be shown at the Y at 1:30 p.m.
Inf.ay lor elementary school age
lldren. Tickets for the double
i re are available at $1.25, or
i r one film.
* *
nool Decentralization" will
Libject for discussion at the
I a series of five sessions
jl the heading "Group Conflict
Group Life in America," at
p.m. Wednesday. Discussion
u will be Mrs. Robert I. Sha-
piro, past president of the Wom-
an's Division of Great* r Miami
Jewish Fed< ration and chairman
of the schools committee of the .
Miami Chapter, American Jewish
Committee.
Jack Gold. YMHA Development
Fund director, will review "The
Autobiography ol Malcolm X" and
"The Las) Year Of Malcolm X
The Evolution of a Revolutionary"
for I hi- Senior Citizens Group in
the Cardinal Room of the 'Y' at
10 a.m. Wi < 111- sday. All interested
Senior Citizens are invited.
Eli Oster
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Presentation Coffee
Honors Volunteers
October 12-1S, has been pro
: claimed Volunteer Week by the
Mayor of Ft. Lauderdale and the
County Commission.
The Volunteer Placement Cen-
ter of Broward County will have
an award presentation coflee at
\ 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 16. in the
conference room of the United
Fund Building. 1300 S. Andrews
Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, honoring
the outstanding volunteers of 1968-
19G9. Mr. Robert Barkelew will
present the awards to Mr. Jack
Zucker, Hallandale; Mrs. Carolyn
Davis, Hollywood: Westminister
Manor, Home for Aged. Ft. Lau-
derdale and The Bay Scouts of
Broward County,
Eli Oster National Merit
Scholarships Semifinalist
I-.li Oster, a senior student at
the Mesivta High School of Great-
er Miami, has been chosen as a
vmifinalist in
the National
Scholarship Pro-
gram,
The somifinn-
L'sts, who were
the highe it scor-
ers in their
states in the
qualifying tests
given last Feb-
ruary to some |
750.000 students:
in 17,250 scho ils
nationwide, \\i:l
compel e for
some 3.C00 Meril scholarships to
foe awarded ne\< year.
A student at the Hebrew Aca-
demy of Greater Miami since th"
first grade. Eli is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Oster, 4415 North
Bay Rd.. Miami Beach. He has
been a member of the National
Honor Society since the seventh
grade.
Voters, Inc. Political Rally
Voters Incorporated, will be I
Host to all Miami Beach council-
manic candidates and contestants
for the seat of mayor at a political
rally in the auditorium of the i
Washington Federal at 1234 Wash- j
ington Ave., Miami Beach. Tues-
day, Oct 14. at 8:15 p.m. Harry,
Levey, president of Voters, in-'
corporated, will be the moderator.
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Friday. October \1
1933
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MICHAEL BLOCK
Michael Ira, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edw. \v. Block, 8040 SW
139th Ter., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion Saturday. Oct. 11.
Michael, a student at Beth David
for the past two years, attends
Palmetto Junior High School.
where he is in the seventh grade.
A reception will be held at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel at which the
> lebrant will be honored.
Michael's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Putterman of Miami and
Mrs. Florence Block of Miami
Beach, will be among the honored
ZUi sis helping him celebrate the
'casion.
* *
LOW ZIOMAN
Lori, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Zigman of North
Miami Beach, will observe her
Hat Mitzvah during the services at
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
evening, Oct. 10.
Lori. a student at John F. Ken-
n. dy Junior High School, where
she is in the eighth grade, has at-
tended the Harold Wolk Religious
School of Beth Torah for a num-
ber of years, and plans to continue
her Jewish education there.
* *
STEVFN I8IOOFF
Saturday morning, Oct. 11, at
Beth Torah Congregation, Steven,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Isicoff of North Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah during the
worship services.
A John F. Kennedy Junior High
School student, Steven, who has
attended the Harold Wolk Relig-
ious School of Beth Torah several
years, plans to continue his Jew-
ish education there.
Steven's parents will host a re-
ception in his honor at the Diplo-
mat Country Club Saturday eve-
ning.
t *
DAVID FRIED
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Fried, will be Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday morning, Oct. 11.
A student at Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School for
several years. David, who attend
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, plans to continue his re-
ligious education at Beth Torah.
* *
MARK II AH AKI
At 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11.
ir the main sanctuary of Temple
N and Mrs. Meyer Harari. 8051
Hawthorne Ave.. Miami Beach,
kill become Bar Mitzvah.
A student of Ner Tamid Relig-
ious School. Mark also attends
Nautilus Junior High chool.
Mark will be honored at a Kid-
dush following the morning serv-
ices and a reception which will be
held in the Harari home Saturday
evening,
Mrs. Yetta Levinson, and Molly
and Jack Harari. the celebrant's
grandparents, are expected to be
present for the occasion.
* *
DAVID BONDAR
David Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs
Hilel Bondar, 841 86th St.. Miami
Btach, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 11, at Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute under the
supervision of Rabbi Isaac Hirsh
Ever, spiritual leader.
A student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, where he is
in the eighth grade. David received
his Bar Mitzvah training from the
religious schol of Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception hosted by his parents
' in the building adjacent to the syn-
! agogue immediately after the
worship services.
Among the out-of-town guests
at the celebration will be David's
;Tandmother. Mrs. Anna Bondar.
from New York; his aunt. Mrs.
Anita Bondar. from New York,
and his cousin. Mrs. Karan Bren-
ner, Washington, D.C.
m *
MICHAEL WAKS
Michael, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Waks. 8840 SW 17th St..
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, Oct. 11. at Temple
Or Olom.
Miciiael, an eighth grade student
| at Rockway Junior High School,
has played Khoury I-eague base-
ball for six years and is on the
YMHA Softball and football teams.
, He has been the recipient of the
President's Physical Fitness award
for the past three years.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday night services as well as
: the Kiddush after Saturday's wor-
' ship service will be hosted by
the parents of the celebrant in his
honor.
Michael's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rappaport. and Mrs.
Ix?o Waks. are expected to come
from Boston. Mass.. to attend the
Jack Alexander
Steven Isicoff
David Altshuler
ALLAN RIBBI.KR
At the 11:15 a.m. services of
Temple Judea of Coral Gables Sat-
in.lay. Oct. 11. Allan Edward, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rib-
bler, 3601 SW 60th Ct., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
A student at South Miami Jun-
ior High School, where he is in
the eighth grade. Allan is on the
YMHA swim team, and a membei
of the Ransom Aquatic Club Water
Polo Team. He has won an award
as an outstanding swimmer.
Allan will be honored by his par-
ents with a Kiddush and luncheon
following the morning service.
Among the honored guests at
the celebration will be Allan's
grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Weil,
ind other relatives and friends
who will come from New York to
help him celebrate.
*
ANDREW BI'ROER
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciate when Andrew Martin, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. David I. Bur-
ger, becomes Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Oct. 11. at Temple Zion.
Andrew is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School
and a member of its Science Club
and school band.
Andrew's parents will sensor
the Kiddush following the services
and hold a reception in h. honor
at the Famous Restaurant.
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David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Coconut Grove, will bee me liar
Mitzvah Saturday. Oct. 11. during
set vices at Tempi" I*-1' Orea--
rr Miami at which Rabbi Joseph
R. Narot and Cantor Ja-ob Born-
stein will officiate.
A student at Pone de Leon Jun-
ior iii-_h School, w.iere lie is presi-
dent of the Junior Key Cl lb
plays in the school band. David's
interest in drama has led to par-
ticipation in Sunday School p
and a tour of Dade County schools
with the cast of Pinocchio." a
production of the L'-M Drama De-
partment.
David, whose fathi r is an attor-
ney ami mother a professor at
Miami-Dade Junior College, vvi:!
be honored by his parents at a
luncheon following the morning
services. He is the grardson of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen. 800
West Ave., Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Sophie Altshuler of Philadelphia.
.
JACK ALEXANDER
Jack, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Alexander, will observe bis
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, Oct. 11.
A student at Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High School, where he is in the
eighth grade. Jack plays piano and
saxophone.
The celebrant will be honored
by his parents at a reception in
the Seville Hotel Saturday eve-
ning.
Among the honored guests it-
tending the event will be Jack's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sklarsky and Mrs. Anna Alexan-
der.
Adult Education
Program Starts At 1
Hollywood Tempfe
Th Adult EM
L! 69 70 si -
pie Sinai, VX1 3
w.. d, Monda
The study groups ivi
to 9 p.m. on Monda
v Eli mi ntary Hebn
M s. Miriam P. S
tional Director ol
o. ..,-.- pif-! 'fu -! 11
Yehuda I.. Heilbraun
s ttional Hebrew, I iu
Haya Revitch.
From 9 to 10 p ;
Shapiro offers a c >Urs
An Hour with the
'his tine he will dis
history, ami current .- j
give students an op|
ask questions.
In addition to the r
courses, the Te nple is
K irum Series for the -
The theme for this yea i
"Burning and Rel \ ml I
our Times'' The openir
the forum will !) Monda
rim;. Nov. 24. and the t r.v .,
Black, White and .!..
lations. The speaker will i
I nett Roth, a National A ti-Defa-
mation League Commiss
B'nai P.'rith He was I forme;
Miami Beach Councilman ai I V -
Mayor.
Jack Rosenblatt Is
Granted Fellowship
More honors have been ad led to
the already outstanding record of
Jack Rosenblatt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benard Rosenblatt of South
Miami, who is a student at the
Vanderbilt University School of
Medicine.
Jack, who at the age ol 19 is a
Coral Gables High School grad i-
ate and a Phi Beta Kappa gradu-
ate of Vanderbilt University has
been granted a fellowship in mo-
lecular biology, combining his
M.I) degree with a Ph.D.
Hallandale Jewish Center
Organizes Men's Club
The Hallandale Jewish Center
126 NE 1st Ave., extends an in-
vitation to non-members as well as
all the men of the congregation to
attend the 8:30 a.m. services Sur.-
day. when another step of progrea
will be taken.
After the services a bage'.-ar.d-
lox breakfast will be served fol-
lowed by a short meeting during
which the Hallandale Jewisl
ter Men's Club will be organfind
Those attending will be luuhle-fof
charter membership.
Fight For Sight Meeting Set
The first meeting of th<
will be held by the Rhoda
vine Chapter of the Fight fC
Sight League of Great
noon Tuesday in the I
bleau Hotel. All meetings I "
group are luncheons, and
o the public by reservati
Dr. Jaffe Guest Speaker
North Miami Beach |
Dr. Edward B. Jaffe will I
gui st speaker at th< gen. ral n
lx rship meeting of Young Isi i
Greater Miami at 8 p.m
day in the synagogue's socis
His topic will be "The
Growth and Development
agers."
JACK ROStNBlATT
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Friday, October 10, 1969
'Jewish Mcradian
Paqe 13-B
'runes Get Stellar Role In Recipes For Autumn Desserts '^<^*^^^^^
It's autui In, a busy time
I .. >l family. Everyone
: table hungry and
j ks { i -aan: to th< special d< .--
> t tltat tops ofl th< ir dinner.
Id tin favorites like Br< ad
and Baki d Appli a t :.;<
lumnal appi al If you
: and distinct
. ti Itiori with i idi i
I '
v ni w pltti d prunes an
soft ci mi I ''.-.
t pi ..'!'.
. whei thi .':
11 ad puddii
. i amo
.... irnish
: s. Ji;s
hey add> i
I id .
I RT'XE MERIXGl'E
BREAD PUDDING
; Sunswecl Pitti d Prum s
slices da; -old bn ad, cat in
s -inch i
t, scaldi d
ggs, sepai d
up sugar
tablespoons melted butter
asi oon sail
ti aspoon vanilla
Snip half the prunes (reserve re-
ler for topping'; pour scald-
milk over Lrtad cubes in mixing
owl, let stand about 10 minutes:
eal egg yolks slightly and stir in.
Add fi tablespoons sugar, melted
butter, salt, vanilla and snipped
prunes, mix well. Pour into Hi-
quart baking dish, bake 1 hour at
325 F. Remove from oven and
cover with meringue made by beat-
stiff with remain-
.: sujbt. Dei -:h rows of
pitted prui oven ti mpera-
: i 400 F. Return pudding to
end baki about E minut
or until golden.
8 to 10 servi
T /dishes arc especial-
- to homemakers dur-
.....II days. Here's how
for two di sserts:
n yo baki apples I i pit-
with th> m
.: pan -... jp. Th appli
run s do w md I r
t her.

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BAKE ONCESERVE TWICE
APPLE-PRUNE DESSERT
1 package 12-oz.l Sunsweet
Pitti d Pruni s
1 3 cuo brown sugar.
firmly racked
1 tablespoon milted butter
>2 teaspoon cinnamon
6 large baking apples
1J2 cups water
1 cup sugar
Fine! snip 6 prunes and com-
bine with brown sugar, butter and
:, f asp< n cinnamon. Wash and
appl -: pei I abo it U waj
down, starting at stem i nd. Fill
centers with prune mixture and
id a prune at the top.
Place apples i shallow baking
pan and arrange remaining prunes
around the: Bi In | water,
and i teas| on cinnamon to a
i imei 5 minutes before
ng ovi r api es and prunes
at 350 F. al out 1 hour, bast-
in ftei with syrup from pan.
until a Served the
for first des-
sert, tal im syrup with
: nd.
Massachusetts Club Meets
of chu-

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: I m
I Ail Hotel at 8:3
I airman of
th non inal :... mn itfc e was ti
present tl slate ol offici rs and
direel rs I r the coming yi
plans were to be presented by vice
president William Chiten for a
group Thanksgiving Day dinner.
,-M< inn tin "( -I and Prix'
; 'h>' [nti rnational
tal i In FA ; I h< Id re-
i" ntlj In Vii nna, A ist i ia, is thi
li t> -t ai dition to Soi ilhi i Bel
. .;..:.. 's : n film li-
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" 'M n ni Isn't like oth >r auto
ilstrid manager for Southern Bell
It doesn't teach you to drive oi
i a safety li sson. It doesn't
B lot ni Tails or statistics. It
i1 make j iu think:" Arrangi
iiients may be made to obtain this
16mm color film through i ni ol
the firm's free film libraries oi
. films Id L. Oddy, the local business office, he said
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must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
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Page 14-B
fJemsii Meridian
LVlicit a \roohincj
By RUTH SIRKIS
Simchat Torah is a holiday thai is always eagerly welcomed.
[1 s a time of joy and laughter, of dancing in the Shul with the
Torah, and of small children carrying little flags with apples on
thi m. In the kitchen it Is the time tor traditional goodies SI
vegetables especially stuffed cabbage arc prepared and -
STI'FPED CABBAGE
A Traditional Simehat Torah Dish
! teaspoon salt
:, teaspoon pepper
2 cups tomato juice
1 beef-bouillon cube
_' tablespo ins sugar
Juice from one lemi
i p mnd gi >und
I crumbs
1 large on.or,, choppe l
] e
mashed
1 head ige
2 tablespoons oil
PI ice head of cal n pot of boiling water, removi
hi at cover and allow to stand while filling is prepared.
Fry the onion in the oil. add to the ground meat, followed by
the gg, bread crumbs, garlic, salt and pepper. Mix well.
Remove the cabbage from hot water, drain and separate the
leaves carefully. Grease a big saucepan. Place a spoonful of filling
on each leaf, fold like an envelope or roll so the filling will not
S|>ill out. Place the leaves close together in the saucepan. Com-
bine beef-bouillon cube and tomato juice, add sugar and lemon
juice and pour oxer stuffed cabbage leaves. Cook over moderate
heat about one hour.
The Dutch have a saying that "When the herring comes in.
the doctor goes around the corner." The Jews, too. are noted for
their love for herring and other kinds of salted and pickled fish.
Here you will find a quick and easy recipe for serving her-
ring in a most gracious manner. We first tasted it in a very ele-
gant Amsterdam restaurant, and couldn't resist it. We hope you.
too, will adopt this big-little cocktail.
DITCH HERRING COCKTAIL
3 8-oz. jar marinated herring
6 tablespoons mayonnaise
4 tablespoons white wine
4 tablespoons ketchup
2 whole lemons
4 hard-boiled eggs
4 parsely leaves
4 long-stemmed sh< rbel gl isses
2 cloves garlic
1 bell pepper
2 celery stalks
1 large onion
1 pound fish fill-1
2 tablespoons oil
2 cups tomato juice
1 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoon pepper
',fe teaspoon paprika
1 tablespoon lemon juice
4 big b h
2 teasp.....ill
V4 cuj
4 tabli
2 table*; ion juice
l t< aspoon salt
Friday, Oc-.ober 10, :36g
CoiIlltV National Is Beth Am Singles Meet $urf0/
Sponsor Of r oriini. ani TV personality ,,,,,^;;>
.. a the next me. t. ,,
A "financial forum under the Am Smf,\QS, in n, -, Beth
sponsorship of County Nation., f ^ KenritS*86
[Sank of North Miami Beach will
be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
auditorium of Point Kast, North
Miami Beach, for residents inter-
Cut herrinq; into 'j-inch pieces, divide equally into the four
sherbet gl, i s. Mix mayonnaise, ketchup and wine .n a small
bowl until 100th nd winy, )>our over herring. Chop hard-
boiled eggs I "'in u : the sauce, top with sprig of parsely.
Cut lemon.- to quarters lengthwise. Slip tip A 'tween
flesh am slip o\e the rim of the glass. Serve cold and
enjoy thi ents. Glass Is placed on a small plate covi ed
with a si ipkin, i F ir servings.
FISH GOULASH
Thi.- ; has a Mediterranean flavor. Tt > insists ol fish
(any whit > simmeredwlth aromatic-vegetables and to-nato
juice. The '.It is piquant and saucy. You can add potatoes and
have a h m<*al. Or. you could omit the oil, and get a )- rfecl
dish for th dieter.
For two dinner portions, or four lunch portions:
(1) Cut fish Ir.tc- 2-inch chunks. Sprir.k'.c with lemor
(2) Chop ih< onion, cut. pepper into thin strips, and ceierj
small slices (3) Brown onion in the oil, add pepper and < ry
and fry together very lightly. (4) Combine all ingredientsfish,
vegetables, >i ngs and garlic which has been cut into tiny
i esin a medium-size saucepan. Add tomato juici and bring
to a bo:J. Reduce heal simmer, covered, about f. min t
The oil and Ste] No 3 arc omitted when this recipe is b
pr( par* d for icters,
Try ;! b picl rd beets. It. is easy to prepan I
i. ., | ierve th< be ts as i<' Ish < as i
the;.....Id table and zesl to your dishes Plan
to cook Ihem a day ahead, because they should be In th<
ade <
U kled bi i is
'.a t( as]
'A teaspoi :.< r
2 : clovei
1 tablesp finely chi opul
onion
(1) I thi beets and cook them with ttac s.kins on in a
i ted v ater for about 40 minutes oi until they are
tc nder. '2) Peel the skin under running waterit will come off
v. ry easily. Cut beets into very thin slices or grate on a coarse
grater into a dish which has a light cover. (3) Make the mari-
nade by mixing all the ingredients and stirring vigorously for
two minutes Add marinade to beets and tosi them in order to
cover them a I Co er tightly and refrigerab overnight
cold. As a salad, it v til sei B
on Sunday. Sing!. U are i '
vited to attend th- cultural .
social discussions e hi duled bv /
group during thi ; '10
arted In various aspects ol bank- AJ ^ uj]1 | ing. taxation and other related the 1!(.rn;ml yUl
subjects, Howard 1). Brooks, vice j,^,,.,. when lh(
chairman of the financial nstitu- Sunday, ,,,.,. 26.
l:
i' meets
01
non's board, has announced.
The ran"! of experts addn ssing
Point East residents will include
County Nal onal's si nioi vice pres-
ident. John Gi< r, wh will ik
Florid i Bai king"; Gill 'i I Mi i
, ,p \. who wi : talk on
Estat Pit
Extensive Courses
At A del phi Schools
B i a ise of th< -
Adelph S hools
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Council Candidate
Mel Frankel has need his wha| ,, .. .,, ;.-.,,,., ,r Rosenthal, president ol
lidacy for the Cit> Coun Vi| .. v ,,,;,. and anSwei pe- I'hi Private school svst, wh,ch
has been serving th" area '
i more tban 13 years : nsiveanrl
intensive tutoring a the hall-
mark of each cours offered al
- i presently held by
lander and his intention of fring-
ing honest, capable and compi I
government to the City of Miami
Beach.
"I have a vested interest in this
Perry Gorchov Appointed
Sidney 15. Gorchov, President ol Adelphl. "Each teaehei Mr, R.,-
Gorchov Advertising. Inc.. annour.- isenthal declared, "is like a garden-
, ces the appointment of Perry! er with a green thumb giving each
city, said Mr. Franks. 1 was ^^^^ ns Q-eative Director of I student the type of individual at-
born here, and my son was born th<. ap,nov A m.,.nt graduate from tetrtion, encouragement ., | nour-
here. I have served this fonimu-,^ University of Miami with a jshnvnt most likely t lead to his
nity as city prosecutor and ^s Bachelor of Arts degree in adver-1SUOr ss"
assistant city attorney. I am fully tjs ^ studied art abroad
aware of the needs of the people i |fl j,,.,. gnd 196- [n 3^,^;^ tht.
of Miami Beach.
"I have made oniy one promise
to myself and to those supporting
me: I will not make deals, I will
not serve any special int it
groups, I will not make em it :,
never-to-be-fulfilled promises, a
I will do my best to serve all t
people all of the time," h" sa 1
Lansburgh Leases
2nd Freeport Hotel
post he will be responsible for pro-
ducii g new advertising campaigns
for some national accounts.
Sisterhood Luncheon Set
It addition to the n idJle school
curriculum, the educational insti-
tutt ir has prep s 10 courses
(GraJes 9-12i plus a id range
Of b isin ss. trade a : ssior.al
ir' i;.-^ paramo 1. a injects
t> .1 1- ci..j. e. o^l*nd also offers home- .-A ar.d
Beth Kodesh Sisterhoods Jnd |
luncheon of the new season will ror 'I'ondence eo. Further
be held at noon Thurday, Ocl 161 information is ava j at the
auditorium of th. ti p e. bra-eh nearest you.
Sam Portin, president, will
Mrs
giv recognition to new men bers
and friends.
Morris Lansburgh. president of
Associated Resort Hotels aas an-
nounced the acquisition of a se< ond
resort hotel in Freeoprt, Grand
Bahama Island. The Miami Beach-
based hotelman has leased the
400-room King's Towers Hotel,
which is scheduled for ci mpletion
in December, 1970.
Associated Resort Hotels heads
the 800-room King's Inn and Golf
Club in Freeport opposite the In-
ternationa] Shopping Ba/aar and
Kl Casino, in the central area of
the island's resort section. The ad-
dition of the King's Towers Hotel
complex will make it the largest
i< sort in the Caribbean and one of
thi largest in the world, offering
more- than 1,200 guest rooms,
three champion.-hi] gl I coursei
recreational facilities an< beachei
Miami Beach Associated Resort
Hotels include seven on Collins
Avenue's "Hotel Row" the Deati-
Eden Roe. Sherry Frontenac.
; asablanca, Crown, Versailles and
ywith more man 2,800
E ""' ms din ean
y\r. and Mrx. r.'lvvaril \ew-
m.in report they had a marve-
lous time hunting during their
nl vac u ion ti p to Canada.
8,700 schools and >thr t*diir:i-
tionul institutions ha% bwn
built in lr.iei in the ;.ast :1
ynn.
Invest
flfeople
and we a! benefit.
Give to
your
United Fund
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arrangements for Pets ol all
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Cremation Services
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3
easy ways
to get the
Codes
4^7 of
people
you
write to:
]_ When you receive a letter,
note the Zip in the return
tddrcss and add it to your
address book.
2 Call your local Post Office
or see their National Zip
Directory.
3 Local Zips can be found
on the Zip Map in the
business'pages of your
phone book.
Published as a public Sf rvlce In coea.
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surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
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[iday, October 10, 1969
+Jewlsl> ftoridUari
ney Kusworm, Sr.
iuried In Dayton, Ohio.
S. rvices were held Tuesday at
mpfe Israel. Dayton, Ohio, for \
mini -y G. Kusworm Sr.. a national
nai B'rith leader for 49 years. ;
0 died in Miami Saturday at
c age <>t 84.
Mr. Kusworm was specifically '
C mpted when a B'riai B'rith con-
,, lional rcvision placing a two-
(six-year) limitation on of-
[,. tenure was adopted in 1959.
i, attorney. Mr. Kusworm had |
mu on B'nai B'rith board of;
,,, tors sine.' 1921. He was elect- '
tnasurer in 1928, and held the
si for 42 years.
ARRON
llmietr, (Bettyi. of 4300 Collins
,, passed nwnj Thursday. Oct. 2
unie here In I9S< from Orlnndo. sin
i,. h v. n known real estate broker
Minml Beach for many years.
rvlvcd by sou Ricky Richmond
Ari* sisters Mrs, Ann Parrou
drews, M I'.. Mi-- May Parron,
unl iind Mi- Barbara Hyman,
13 ; _- grandchildren, Services
. held :ii Riverside Chapel with
. nni. m in Ml Nebo Cemetet j
'bituaries
IVICK. Elsie S. 88, IOS80 E. Bay
in -.. Bay Harbor. North
i Funeral Chapel.
3ERG. Morris,
1080 Vene-
Way, MM. Itiv.-rside.
nstein, Charles \\\. 76, ISO s
. in- Itlverslde
CSON. flutave I!., sn. .".42 Jeffer-
Ave M It Riverside.
D. Jacob, 7!', RRI7 Harding Ave .
Riverside. Interment Star of
% .1
tgang, Murray, S8, 4441 Col-
. We M U Blasberg.
TELMAN. David, 87, 62 N E.
i Si ;..nli.n Interment Star
.. v .1
EPMTEAL. Blanche B., 61, 1870"
: nth We Riverside.
NER, Arthur, .4. 1710 s \v 33
Riverside Interment Mi Slnal
NEH, Philip, 68, 1200 U est X\ .
It Riverside. Interment Ml Slnal.
ZIN Viini.-. 82, ISO S K Mill Ter
>ERMAN. Ahrnham. 66, 210 a
in i >: mi: Blasberg
CH. Abraham, &.", ilujo Drexel
. \l l: Riverside,
HEW. Harry, 74. 417" Chase Ave
B. North Miami Funeral Home
"vim in Ml Slnal
SS. in- Benjamin, 1653 Bay Dr.,
: Blasberg
N, Kiln I. 66, 1849 James Ave .
Riverside.
IN. Rebecca, 72, 7"." I Icean In .
I l Blasberg
NDEAU. taster P., 7". 146 \'K
Riverside
VETZ. Da\ Id 88 530 Ninth si .
I, Riverside Interment Ml Sinai
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16644
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CLIFTON E. KAFFORD
Plaintiff,
NANCY DARLENERAFFORD
I >. i. n.lain,
VIII', NANCY DARIJCNE RAF-
i-i i;l residence addreaa: 806 Harker
Port Huron, Michigan; are requir-
ed in file your answer to the com-
plaint fur divorce with the clerk >(
the above court and serve a copy
thereof upon, HERMAN COHEN,
KS'.i 1310-11 L'ongresM Bldg., Miami.
Florida on or before November i".
I960, in else complaint will in taken
as confessed,
DATED; tlctober 7th, 196S
E. I: LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c. I COPELAND
la 1 IT 21 31

LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85125
in RE: Estate of
HELEN A MIAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing iMaims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
. e ! ma nils which vou may have against
the estate of HELEN amian de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judge* of Dade
and file the same in duplicati
provided in Section 7:::: 16
Statutes, in their offices in ih.
Courthouse in Dade County,
within six calendar mouths from ill
time of the first publication hereof'
hi the same will lie barred.
Dated tit Miami. Florida, this 23th
day of October, AH. 1969
ZBV IV. KOGAN
First publication of this notice on
the null day of < ictober 1969
OAIDIN, Iti ITHENBBRG
[ KOOAN, KORBNBLL'M
A R< ITHENBERO
i by: ZBV u KOOAN
i Attorneys for
ZBV IV. Ki MIAN
42" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Kla
1" 10-17-34-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-16443
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EILEEN MARY HUELBIG
Plaintiff,
VS.
RAYMOND HrBLBfG,
I iii iiiilani.
TO: mi: RAYMOND lli'El.Rh;
:.- Twelfth Street
Hnlioken. New Jersey
Vou, RAYMOND Ht'ELBKl. are here-
by notified that a Mill of Complalnl
for Divorce lias been filed against
you. and you nre required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the inn of Complaint on ilie Plaintiffs
ntlorney. MR. ALBERT WILENSKY
M-lls Biscayne Building, 19 West
Flagler. .Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "ii or before the I7lh day of
November, 1969 If you fall to do so.
Judgment by defaull will be taken
'-'hi i you for the relief demn ided
thi Bill of Complaint.
This noli,-.- shall In i tihlish.il nm-e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE I EW1SH IM ORIDI v N
I" iNE AND i "RDERED nl Ml mil.
Florida, Ihis 3rd dnj of < letober A 11
I :-'.:
E M LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit t'ourl, Dade Cnuntv Florida
Bj M E IV "NSTEIN
11. inn v Clerk
i V < hi' i \iurl Si all
ALBERT WILENSKY
Mils Hlaca) in- Building
.Miami, Florida
1" i" i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12907
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE:
Adoption of I'tmami il male
Infant by
ARNt >l.l> JAY N A VI-: and
NADINE VIVIAN KAYK
Petitioner*
T< i: HARI 'in WILLIAMS
Monday Hotel
1721 W. Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, Tennessee
YOU, HAROIJ) WILLIAMS. :,.-
hereby notified that a Petition for
Adoption has been flW-d In the above
styled t'ouri and you are required to
fib- the original answer or objections
to show cause why said Petition
should not be granted in the office.
or Hi,- Clerk of Hi.- above styled Court,
and copies thereto on the attorney
for Petltl......is, sol. ALEXANDER,
Suite "17. 19 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, on or before th< SOth
ilay of o.-ii.hi-r. 1969 or appear In said
Court on Hi. 17ilt day of November,
1969 hi 9:13 a in before the Honorable
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
HEREIN FAIL NOT, or the relief
requested by the Petitioners, shall be
granted.
DATED ihis 2Srd day of Beptember
1!"*
E n LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. C< il'Kl.AND
Deput) Clerk
9 26 in 3-lfl '7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTX'E.V that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DELAWARE APARTMENTS and
DEI A WARE REALTY ASSOCIATES
at 1443-147" 16th Street, Miami Reach,
Florida Intend t" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
ECOENEMOSBS and lll'TII MOSES
EIXJAR S Vfil.lt i and
l.< IRAYNE SAOLK '
HARRY ZI'KERNICK
Attorney for < iv ners
42" Lincoln llond
Miami Bench, Flot Ida
9 19-26 In 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eQgage in
buainesa umli-r the fictitious name ol
ROBERT <: I1YAMS MH at ll"." N.
W. nth St., Miami. Fla. 331311 Intends
io register said name with the Clerk
I of the Circuit I'ouri of bade County,
' Florida.
ROBERT '. II YAMS M I P A,
SPARRER AND ROSKIN I A
aitnraeys for Appllcanl
I loo Bin ayne Blvd.
.Miami. Florida 33132
In 10-17-34-31
Hydro-Sonic
Mobile Wash .
We Come To You
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|rcssure combined with
Biodegradeable
lemical that will clean
id polish anything.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
BCRTON FBINERMAN, Ml' BCR-
TON FBINERMAN. M D., F.A A P at
mso N.W. 183rd St., Opn Locka, Flu
33064 Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Bade Count). Florida
IH'IITON FBINERMAN. M I' PA.
SP UtllBIt AND It' 'SKIN P A
Ailorney* \'->r Applicant
i.ii. Blst nj .i. Blvd
Miami, Fla 33132
10, 10-17-24-31
BOATS
TRAILERS
HOUSES
TRUCKS
PLANES
SIGNS
For fnformali'on
Gall 271-3611
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\"< IT1CB IS IIERBBY OI\ EN i
tit.- undi i !.". d, 'I >slrlng to engngi
inn. ilei 11 flcl II i< .it- name
I-. >RNB1 I, AND LANZA nt I
il Avenut M laml Flm Ida
tend i" i"i i.i-i er a id name with
i -i. rk ol Hit "Irt mi '.in of l'
COLNBI.I AND LANZA. PA
ill > i iRNEI.L, Presldi nl
\ I ANZA, Si i i .l.u >
IT WE I IS''11
Attorney for
! i. IND1 ANZA, I' V
i.mi.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85251 (Dowling)
; In RE: K-la.....f
run.II- s ECKSTEIN.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
! Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired io present anj claims and dc-j
mands which you may have against
Hi.- estate of PHILIP S ECKSTEIN,
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
io the Cou.it) Judges of Dade County,
and fil.' Hi.- same in duplicate and as
, provided in Section '"< ''. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In tin Count)
Courthouse In Dade Count), Florida,
within -ix calendar months from the
inn.- ..f ill.- first publication hereof,
or ilit -a in. v ,11 In bnrreil
Dated ai Mix ml. Florida. Ihl* 2nd
da) of i letober, A I' li>Wi
SYLVIA i: IIANDBI S.M VN
As Vdmlnli < ratrlx of
Bsl Hi of Philip S Eckstein, I il
II ELM AN VNI1 CARY, I' A
IS) l.i'tu 11, itna n
j At ii.ri.i > fin Ailmii istratrix
i ... s W i-i s
Miami. Florldn
i '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name .-i
OENEVA APARTMENTS at ::7"" Palm
Avenue ami ::; West :;7 Street, Ilia-
leah, Florida Intend i>. register said
nam. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
CHEVI HKI.HS'I'
HARRY FEIOER
HRt 'in AND CASSEL
At lorneys for
CHEVI HBRBST and
HARRY FErOER
42" I inn.In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1" 10-17-24-31
I
>ines
Stand Tall
in Florida's^
Future! Hji
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.N'OTH'K is HERBBY OIVBN thai
" nr.I. r- Igned, .! -ii ii"' '" engage
In luiv.....- under thi fit tltlouf name
i TOTAL DESIGN ASSOCIATES at
U2l Cadii Avenue, Coral Gables,
Florida Intends to register said name
uiih no Clerk of tin. Circuit Court
..I Dade County, Florida.
.lAltllKTI'S JADE LTD., IN''.
By: RICHARD C JARRBTT,
PRESIDENT
LARSON <- MARVIN
Attorneys for Applicant
777 N.W 72 Avenuo
.Miami. Florida
If. 10 -17-24-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ACD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 351S2
I. RE !M.
\\ II.1.1 \.\l A II' lllltllACH.
I. .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Credll v
Hi irlni '' tlmi "I Demai l> Agi
li
You '

i you may I
V |{0HKI'.AI-Il
I late of I)
in thi ; l"'' ''' "''''
I imi
... I".., il .
Si......- n thcli ii the ( 'ounti
housi i 'adi Count) Florlibi,
nithli iiniith
time ..i the
or ih. am. in
I >.,i. ,| ,.i Mil ml Floi Id i this ml'
da) of Octobet AD '
Rl TI.....liiHBACH
Ai BSxi Utrix
First publii atlon ..: mis notb'e on
tin- 10th da) o October, 19t.
i: PAUL BEATTY
ah..in.! for Bxecul' i*
1003 Beybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
1" 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
No. 69-16434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M VRYKA V GREAT I ll H'SE,
Plaintiff.
DONALD Jl 'UN GREATHOCSE,
11,-1.n.lam
To: DONALD JOHN GREATHOCSE
K. si..ii,- Village Trailer Pai k
j :im. South Keystone \V;iy
Mount Clemens. Michigan
You DONALD JOHN OREAT-
HOI'SB, are hereby notified thai n
Hill ..i Complalnl for Divorce has
iii .i ngainsl v mi. an.I v'.'ii nre
reiiulred i" serve n cop) of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
i .mi.I lint on the Plaintiff's nl I
l'AI'l. KWITNKY. ll rolii R m I,
Miami Bench, Florida 331 ll
the original Answer or Plendl
nf the Cli rl. of tl
Court ......r In da) of
\ hi r, i'"'.' II you fall 'I" so.
ludemi nl bj id nu
you for
Rill "i Complaint
hill be published once
.... h i, for four iii e w eeks
in: jk\\ ish i- 'I'M.i \N
DONE \ \ I' ORDERED il Miami,
this 3rd day of i ictober, A I
..
E I'. LEATHER.M VN Clei
! lorid i
I* .1 C SMI
I..

PAI'I KWITNE>
! '
h, Fla
'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRANK CIER,
p ilntlff
vs
MARIE CIER
Defel la'"
Ti i M VRIE CIER
Ml Rhliiesmltti Avenue
\\ iimiKUe, Ni v
You MARIE CIER nre ben
. .I thai .' Bill of '"nu ii I'i-
vorc< has be n fil. d against you, and
vou are rei|U red to > rvi a ropy ol
vour v or Plei ng to ih. I'.ill
.,l Comiiluinl on the plnintlfrs at-
tornev. I R MAYERS 1410 '
Kress Itulldlng, Miami, Fl irida
.mil fil.- the original Vnsv er or l'i. a.l-
Inij In ti.....ifi. of the i'l. rk ol the
i 'ir. ull i "ourl a "'" before the Snl
l.iv nf November. !!> If you fall
to do so. ludgmenl by defaull will be
taken against you for the rebel di -
...l in the Bill of Comnlnlnl
This notice shall he published once
.a.h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 30th day of Septembi r,
v |1 '...'
i: i: 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: '" P COPEI.AND
Depul v Clerk
.. 'in uii 'ourl Seal >
i i: MAYERS
l li" i .,! great Building
Miami. Florid I
Attorne) for Plaintiff :..KMT.V
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16484
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TURNER KINDELL.
Plaintiff,
HENRIETTA KINDELL,
I .. I'.-iiilain.
TO: HENRIETTA KINDELL
, .. Eugene Williams
Route 3
Madison, ieorgla
You, HENRIETTA KINDELL, are
l pivin led thnl n Bill ol com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
. you nre required i"
serve a cop) of youi Vnswer or Plend-
... ii,.- Rill of cinoiii.it ...i the
Plnintlfrs attorney. THOMAS C
SON DCNN AND JOHNSON
. ii,i' ling, Miami, Florida
A ier or Pli ..I
inn in the offlci Ih' C '
i ,,,no i ii: on -I bi fore il"- 17th
di ... Novi "il" ". l"' n you
i
relief de-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVF LAW
.
I be underslgni
i men ..i
HOWARD \\ I-:I VST' a K. I .
HOW A ~ I'1 >CK, I' t>., I' A
\ i nth Avi North Miami
Iteach. i intends
said namei Ith the i "lerk ol thi Cli
, an i ..tut ... l m le i 'i.uni j. Florida.
IK >\\ ARD U EINSTI >CK. I' .
PRi iFBSS'l NAL \ss. 'IATION
SPARBBR AND Rl 'SKIN PA.
\itorneys for Applicant
I.." Ills, ayne Blvd
Miami, FlorMa
in 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI1 IOUS NAME LAW
N"i '
..
i.
till KI'l'.T II SNYDBR, M D GIL-
II .- ^ I'l.K. .ih. PA
li:... \ w 14th SI Miami Fl
inten.lr -''''
the i'l. rk Circuit Coui
Count) Fin
tUBERT B SNYDBR. M I' .
PRi IFBSSli N \l. ASSOCIATION
SPARBBR VND R< 'SKIN P A
Attorne) r Applicant
imi Itlsca) "' Blvd
Miami. Fla 33132
In lii-17-24-.il


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