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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 17, 1969

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Volume 42 Number 42
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, October 17, 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
6Rh odes Form u la
Rejection Final
JERUSALEM (JTA>Egypt's
i. rtion of any negotiations with
: el, direct or indirect, is con-
BJd .! in Israeli circles to re-
j -. it the final and authorita-
tive word on that subject by the
Cair G ivernment. The semi-
official Cairo newspaper Al
A' : m, which is known to speak
for President Gamal Abdel
stated unequivocally
Friday that 'Egypt dor; not b -
evi there is any possibility of
holding direct or indirect nego-
tiations with Israel not
through the Rhodes formula or
any other formula." Mrs. G->ldi
Meir, Israel's Premier, had to'd
1-rael on a radio broadcast that
the government would be willing
t open Rhodes-style" negotia-
Uons, but indicated that Israel
would regard them as direct
'. ks.
The Al Ahram statem-nt
sharply contradicted Egypt's of-
fical spokesman. E>r. Esmet
Meguid. who said last Wednos-
day that Egypt would not ob-
jict to participating in indirect
negotiations with Israel along
the lines of the Rhodes armistice
talks in 1919 "provided this 's
not construed as direct negotia-
tions." Isr-'d insists that Is-ae!i
and Egyptian delegates met fac-
lo-face during the final stages
i the Rhodes talks unckr th"
i gis of the then acting UN
- ediator. Dr. Ralph J. Bmche.
} gypt denies that there were any
direct contacts at Rhodes.
But the argument was rend r-
ed academic, according to Is-
raeli Sources, by the Al Ahram
statement that undercut Dr.
Meguid's offer. A similar report-
c > hint by Egyptian Foreign
Minister Mahmoud Riad in New
York Sept. 2-. that Egypt might
participate in so-called Rhodes
formula talks was describe I
Al Ahram as "deliberate gross
distortion aimed at undermin-
ing the position of the United
.\' b Republic."
Tile A1. Ahram statement '->
downgraded the mission of
United Nations peace envt v.
Gunnar V. Jarring, who was
mentioned as the pTson most
like'y to bring Israelis and Arabs
to a neutral site for Rhodes-
style talks. According to A! Ah-
ram Dr. Jarring's mission is
confined to working out a time
table for implementation of th"
Security Council's Nov. 22. 19TT
resolution calling for Israel's
withdrawal from occupied Arab
territory and Arab recognition
of Israel's right to exist within
secure, recognized boondarip=.
amone other things. The Arabs
have insisted that Israeli with-
drawal is a precond:t:on to im-
plementing other elements of the
resolution.
The newsoapor Harre"? said
today that Israeli ci-c)"s view d
the s emine'.v flexible statements
by Mr. Ri'd and D-. Meg.iid .' =
no more than an Egyotian at-
tempt to ton>cd.> Israel's staid
in the United States riu-ing and
afti r Premier Golda M"ir's meet-
ing with American 'earieis. Tie--
meetings are over now. the
statements have served their
purrose. a".d Egypt is reverting
to its basic intransigent s'ar.d.
Haaretz said.
El Aksa Mosque Fire Trial
Recessed Until October 30
JERUSALEM .JTA. The E! Aksa mosque fir, trial has
en ac.ourned for three weeks at the request of the defense
counsel. Yitzhak Tunik. Presiding Judge Henry F. Baker
promptly grantid a recess until Oct. 30 to allow time for psy.
chiatric examinations of the defendant. 28-year-old Denis Michael
William Rohan. Mr. Tunik said be might utilize the time to
summon witnesses from abroad. H. did not Identify the potential
witnesses bat it is believed that they might Include members
o: Mr. Rohan's family in Sydney. Australia.
T.:rough Mr. Tunik. a prominent criminal lawyer Mr.
Rohan admitted setting fire to the !:: Aksa mosque in East
Jerusalem list Aug. 21 but claimed he was mentally ill a- the
time and theicfore not punishable under Israeli law. Testimom
by defense witnesses during the first week of the trial was
obviously intended to corroborate the defense claim. Rohan was
pictured as an eccentric who belonged to a Small Protestant
fundamentalist sect and was convienced that God had ordained
him to destroy the masque so that Solomon's Temple could be
rebuilt on the site.
The trial opened a week ago in a packed hall in the Jeru-
salem c invention center. Israeli authorities made elaborate pre-
parations for the trial which, they acknowledged, was aimed
primarily at world opinion and intended to refute Arab charges
that Israel was responsible for the fire. Interest ran high on the
first day when Rohan pleaded innocent to the charges that carry
a combined penalty of 44 years imprisonment. But he reversed
his plea to guilty the following day and interest flagged. By
the end of last week, the 403-seat hall was more than half
empty and overseas television camera crews were complaining
that their material was not being used at home.
Peace Will Be Achieved In
5-10 Years, Rabin Predicts
WASHINGTON (JTA I "For
thi time being it does not look
the Arabs will take the risk
( I another war. Rather, they will
( ntinue their war of attrition.
I i. howevi r, will be achieved
in the next five to 10 years."
h Ambassador Yit.hak Ra-
1 ir< dictf d at the opening ses-
sioi of the Pioneer Women's
convention here.
I don't K lieve that in the
second half of the 20th Century
dictatorships that lie to their
et e can bo sustained," he told
th< 1.500 delegates and their
guests "President Nasser will
Ot i" able to overcome the re-
volt of the young people who are
not now allowed to talk, much
less declare a day of mora-
torium.'
"The Arab people cannot con-
tinue to support leaders who t'll
them lies rather than huiid up
their country." he added. Com-
menting that the Aratis had I
hop* of defeating Israel mili-
tarily, Gen. Rabin cited th<
vious Arab-Israeli conflict-
each of which Israel's v;
was larger than the previous
I :,. "If they ask for the fourth
wi he sai :. "we are going to
: How the sam pattern. As It :.l:
as Israel has cne supersonic jet
plane for every three of the
Arabs' v. e feel safe." he said.
Emigration Conditions
Vary In Arab Lands
JERUSALEM tJYA> -Thou-
sands of Jews have registered
for emigration from Iraq but
aT net being permitted to leave.
tb< director of the American
Jtwish Committei's r.uropean
office, Zaehariah Shuster, told
newsmen here. Mr. .,.-icr said
the condition of Jews in the
Arab world varied from country
to country in some, they are re-
pressed and live in fe-.r, in others
they are unmolested and free to
come and go as they please.
Mr. Shuster came to Israel
with Philip l.. Hoffman, presi-
dent of the AJCommittee, Judge
Theodore Tennenwald Jr., and
Bertram Gold, the organization's
executive vice president, on a
mission to promote better under-
standing between Arabs in the
occupied territories and Israelis
M Shuster said Egypt per-
mitted be ; 100 Jews to leave
last > ar but that in recent
mi nths there has been no sign
that it would continue tii |
Icy, He rescribed the situa-
t on of Jews ;."* Syria as "bad"
but in neighboring Lebanon, h'
- Id, Jews are fre to move about
I o n g abroad.
\ irding to Mr. Shuster. the
4O.CO0 .lows in Morocco and 5 I,-
in Tunisia are not discrimin-
ated against despite their govern-
ment's anti-Israel policies. Emi-
gration is permit t-:d and many
of them go to France he said.
In Algeria, the 2.003-membcr
Jewish community is not being
molested despite that country's
bitterly anti-Israel stand. In
Libya, the official attitude t >-
ward Jews had been very liberal
under the regime of former
King Idris. But. Mr. Shuster said,
the military coup which deposed
the King caught 153 Jews in
Libya and there has been no
word of them. He said their
families are anxious over their
fate.
Rabbi Levin Visits Hungary
NEW YORK (JTAI Rabbi
Yehuda L ih Levin of Moseow's
Choral Synagogue, who visited
the I'nited States in 1968. will
make his second trip abroad this
week. H>' is scheduled to visit
Budapi st to pai ticipate in a
service marking tin 25th anni-
versary of the Nazi killing of
600.000 Hungarian Jews lb wi I
sia\ in Hungary for eight days
visiting various Jewish religii us
institutions, including religious
ils sponsored by the Hun-
garian Jewish community.
Jarring's
3rd Peace
Try Fails
JERUSALEM iJTAi The
Foreign Ministry has disclosed
I Ambassador Gunnar V. Jai-
ling, the U.N. special Mideast
peace envoy, has made throe at-
tempts since 1998 to bring the
for. ign ministers of Israel. Jor-
dan and Egypt together to lay
the groundwork for negotiations
only to bo reject d each time by
Egypt.
The first attempt was made
last year. The most recent was
last month, when Dr. Jarring
invited Egyptian Foreign Minis-
tor Mahnioud Riad to fly to New
York in November simultane-
ously with Israel's Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban and Jordan's
Abdel Monem Rifai. Mr. Riad
turned his invitation down be-
fore it could be made to Mr.
Eban.
The disclosure by Foreign Min-
istry spokesman David Rivlin
confirmed a report in the semi-
official Cairo newspaper Al Ah-
ram revealing details of a report
prepared by Mr. Riad on his re-
cnt consultations at the U.N.
It was intended to "clarify" Mr.
Riad's statement last month
that Egypt would participate in
indirect peace talks with Israel
along the lines of the Rhodes
armistice talks of 1949, provided
they were not construed as di-
rect talks. Al Ahram sharply
contradicted that remark and a
statement to the same effect by
Dr. Esmet Abdcl-Mcguid, the
country's official government
s|iokesman. in Cairo last week.
Mr. Rivlin told newsmen that
Dr. Jarring had first proposed
that the foreign ministers come
to Nicosia. Cyprus, so he could
Continued en Page 6-A
Kiesinger Investigated
BONN (JTA i Chancellor
Kurt Georg Kiesinger. whose
Christian Democratic Union will
be out of the West German
government for the first time
in 20 years as a result of last
month's national elections, is
under investigation by the State
i i -ecutor for possible perjury.
Chancellor Kiesinger testified at
a war crimes trial last year
that he was unaware that geno-
cide was being committed against
J,'\is during the Nazi era. The
prosecutor reportedly maj enlist
t \: aid of the I'nited Slates to
,- -l i ; i petrtinenl d *u-
ts. It is not known whether
(' ( "l'>r Kiesinger will enjoy
matic immunitv in ex-
Officio StatUS.
General Assembly Hears Plea For Funds
EXITED NATIONS (JTAl
The General Assembly receiv-
ed an urgent appeal this week to
provide more funds for Arab
refugees or face a drastic c.ir-
ta nent of the service, and
facilities provided for them with
resulting "further h.-.rdshios .
*-:nd political repercussions." The
..ppeal was contained in the an-
Dual report of Laurence Michel-
more, commissioner-general of
the I'nited Nations Reiief and
Works Agency for Palestine
Arah refugees (UNRWA) pu-
blished here. Mr. Michelmore
ted that 1,395, 074 refugees
were currently registered with
hi-, agency. He predicted a d< -
ficit of between $3.3 million and
$3.8 million for fiscal 1969 and
warned that UNRWA was faced
with the threat that its cash re-
serves would s.Hin bo exhausted
ixrhaps early in 1970."
The UNRWA chief said the
agency had run a deficit in
very year but one since 1963.
K attributed the present crisis,
however, to "the continuing con-
sequences of the June 1967 hos-
tilities in the Middle East, in-
cluding military occupation and
the continued deferment of hop?
I f return to their homes for all
but a small fraction of those
who had to move in 1967." He
maintained that any reduction of
aid to the refugees "would have
to be carried out against the
opposition of the refugees tlvm-
selves and of the Arab host
governments."
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Friday, October 17, I96g
Dr. Vladimir Halperin
Speaks At Beth Israel
Dr. Vladimir Halperin, who has
boon Director of the World ORT
Union at its international head-
quarters in Geneva. Switzerland,
since 1957. will speak on behalf of
OKY at Beth Israel Congregation
on Sunday night, Oct. 19th. 1969,
at 8:30 p.m. Ho is a scholar, his-
torian, political scientist, author
and lecturer.
Dr. Halperin's association with
ORT goes back 25 years. He lx>-
came executive secretary to Dr.
Aron Syngalowski, a founder of
the World ORT Union, in 1944
when the ORT headquarters was
established there. This was in the
midst of the Second World War
when refugees and the survivors
in the DP camps wore the pri-
mary responsibility. Dr. Halperin
plunged into this work and help-
ed develop aid :o Jewish DP's in
the camps and refugees who had
found sanctuary in Switzerland.
Ho was instrumental, after the
War. In organizing and devel ;ping
Ihe first ORT programs through-
out North Africa and Inter in Iran
and Poland. !! visited Poland
six oral time-- to deal with the mul-
tiple politically sensitive pro-
blems. He also became the "trouble
shooter" for ORT in Franco and
in North Africa. Ho has been deep-
ly involved in the entire course of |
ORT progress in Israel and was
responsible I >r r con lendations
that have led to a whole new de-
\. ipmenl in the ORT programs
in South Ann i Ic I.
Dr H ilperin is no stran
th American scene. H has a I-
man; audiences here on
nurrv rous occasions.
Dr. Halperin is a scholar by
training. He was educated in Paris
and received bis Doctorate at the I
DR. VLADIMIR HALPERIN
University of Paris. He has specia-
lized in literature and political
science, and is the author of sever-
al books and many articles. Ho is
a professor oi Hebrew at the Uni-
versity of Geneva.
There will be no fund-raising
whatsoever at this lecture mooting.
n r iil there bo an admission
charge. Everyone is invited to at-
tend. Bcih Israel Congregation is
located at 770 W. 40th Street.
Miami Beach.
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150 families who have joined the
gati 'ii dm ing the past few
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Friday. October 17, 1969
fJenist IFhrSdHairi
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Brandeis President Guest Speaker at Convention
Dr. Morris 15. Abram. president
of Brandeis University, will be the
principal guest speaker ;it the 5Cth
Genera Assembly of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions (UAHCi, which will be held
Oct. 25-30 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel in Miami Beach.
Dr. Abram, who won national
iiir. .\lien he prevented cam-
pus disorder and possible violence
through! his sensitive handling of
ii demonstration in which a group
of students look over Brandeis
building will address more than
3,000 l -is at the convention
banquet on Wednesday evening,
Oct. 29 in additii n to t'Alie d le-
gates and visiting dignitaries, the
liarkfUei will l>e attended by dele-
gates to the 27th Biennial Assem-
bly of the National Federation of
'cmpl< Si leiiio'i Is uomen's
>ncj of the I'AIIC. to be held
mi- : iily at the Plaza Hotel in
ach,
The ii.jeet ol Dr. Abram's
and 50 cities to curb the threaten-1 gressional District, Georgia) al-
mg activities of the Ku Klux though he parried Fulton Counts
KUm. in hd4. he lost the Demo- (Atlanta., because of the country
cratic primary election for a con-] unit election system which was |n
gressional nomination (5th Con force. He then challenged the sy-
sti m and won in the Supremo
Court In 1963 in a ruling thai has
affected reapportionment decisions
involving Congress and legislatures
across the nation.
Dr. Abram has loured Israel,
Europe, and South America ex-
MOBRIS It. ABRAM
speech :ll be. 'The Jewish Coir.
munitj >n the Year 2000," which
will r ate to the UAHC conven-
hi thi me "A Changing Syna-
igue f< r a Changing World."
The keynote address of the eon-
\. ntion will be given by Rubbi
.\ i irice N. KLsendiath, president
ol the UAHC, when he deliver- his
'St lie of Our Union" message on
Sunday, Oct. 26. Rabbi Eisendrath's
message will set the guidlines for
new programs designed to revita-
lize congregational life and inspire
deep* r Jewish participation in all
matters of human concern.
\ ther gui -i speakers will
.1 mes Farmer, Assistant Sec-
retary of Health, Education and
Welfare, whose remarks will in-
' id.' greetings from President
JAMES FARMER
Nixon. Mr. Farmer will address
the opening plenary session on
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 26, as will
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer,
and .lame- m. Albert, president of
the South -asl Federation of the
UAHC, chairman of the Miami
Beach at rangements committee.
The delegates will be addressed
on Tuesday night, Oct. 28, by Elie
Weisel author, lecturer, and "poet
of the holocaust" who will talk on
"Legends of Jerusalem."
Dr. Abrams, who now enjoys the
reputation of being one of the
country's most eminent educators,
has had a long and distinguished
career in law and government
posts, and holds leadership posi-
tions In numerous religious, phil-
anthropic and human rights organi-
zations. He was named by Presi-
dent Johnson in 1965 to serve as
U S. Representative to the United
Nations Commission on Human
the National Advisory Council or'
Rights, and appointed in 19(17 to
Economic Opportunity. Appointed
senior advisor to the U.S. Mission
, to the United Nations, by the
then C.N. Ambassador Arthur J.
| Goldberg, also he was a member
of the L'.N. Subcommision on Pre- j
vein ion of Discrimination and Pro-,
lection of Minorities from 1969
to 1965 h> appointment of Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy and in 1965,
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Friday, October 17, 1969
Number 42
5 HESHVAN 5730 !
Pressure On Syria Is Indicated
As this is being written, the two Israelis who were
kidnapped from an American plane are still being held
as hostages by Syria. That was last August, and the pro-
mise of UN Secretary U Thant that he would see to it that
they would be released still has not been fulfilled.
There is no doubt that a good deal of behind-the-
scenes diplomacy accounts for much cf the silence sur-
rounding the two innocent passengers, but it would seem
to be time to apply pressure, diplomatic and otherwise, to
move the Syrian government. Failure to act only encour-
ages hijackers and kidnappers, as our own experience with
Cuba proves, and those who speak of international law
and order must prove by their actions that they mean it.
We Wish Them Well...
We extend cordial greetings to the National Associa-
tion of Temple Administrators who arrive this weekend on
Miami Beach as the advance guard of what is expected
to be the largest convocation of Reform Jews ever held in
this country during the next two weeks. Next week, Miami
Beach will be host to the 50th General Assembly of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations the parent body.
For the executive directors of some 100 of the largest
synagogues in the nation this will mark their 28th Con-
vention and Workshop as a pioneer organization in the
field of administering religious institutions. Both the Con-
servative and Odthodox executives have their own associa-
tions and NATA was instrumental, also, in the founding
of the National Association of Church Business Administra-
tors with whom it exchanges, annually, fraternal delega-
tions.
It is significant that the administrators hold both a con-
vention and workshop as part of their annual conclave. We
wish them well in their deliberations and studies.
Pre-Campaign Work Shows Results
The development of a smooth organization to conduct
the annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign is certain
to show results when the actual solicitation gets under way.
In past years, developing a campaign structure often be-
gan after the campaigne opened with the result that neith-
er workers nor givers were ready and the campaign drag-
ged on for months beyond the date set for its close.
Granting the priority of the Combined Jewish Appeal
and the hope that other fund-raising endeavor-? will be held
in abeyance until the Federation's job is done, it is only
fair that that job be done as efficiently and as speedily as
possible. The pre-campaign work now taking place, the
creation of a strong working team, is another indication that
Greater Miami is ready to take its place as one of the na-
tion's leading Jewish communities.
My colleagues and friends wh >
are temple administrators a
form synagogues ranging from
Florida to the state of Wash-
ington will be arriving in Miami
Beach this weekend for their
annual meetingthe 28th. to be
accurate, as the oldest organiza-
tion of its kind.
Those are th.' men and women
who operate the busine-- end ol
the synagogue, and big business
ii is today. When one thinks I
mammoth Emanu-EI in New-
York City with n< 3.200 fat
or almost as large v\
van! Temple in U>s An-
geles, we're talking about
tions and budgets which
larger than most of the -
cities which make uj
County.
So. they are a very -
group this one hui
managers of the lar -' svna-
gogues in the country. S -
in fact, that to lighten their
lives is a very difficult task A-
the local arrangements chair-
man I sent out a questionn
to uncover the tennis an I 2 M
players in order to arrange fa-
cilities for those who would be
coming in before the convention
begins- this is Miami, after all.
Well, there are three tennis
players (including mei and four
golfers, including a husband and
wife pair. The others I imagine
will sit neatly by the poo! ivith
their jackets and ties and talk
about the problems of the syna-
gogue.
I shall make no attempt To get
poker players for smoky re-
creation after working hours be-
Arab Refugees Helpless Pawns
The sad plight of the Arab refugees of the continuing
Middle East wars is stressed by the report that money for
the United Nations relief agency is running shcrt. What
makes it all the more tragic is that these refugees are the
helpless pawns of the callous Arab leaders who not only-
give little to their kinsmen but who are doing their utmost
to exploit their misery in order to make propaganda against
Israel.
It is time that the United Nations exposed the crude
strategy of the Arab leadership and demanded that posi-
tive steps be taken to assimilate these refugees into the
roomy Arab nations of the Middle East. And if they need
help on the project to save human beings we are certain
they can get it from the Jews, who have shown the world for
centuries how, without help from others, they take care of
their displaced and unfortunate kinsmen.
omment
. prior years h e. -h nm the
Utility of trying to gel ten
XinUtrators to act like typical
, .nventioneers. And his year
tos to be even worse because
the action people ire bring-
ing their wives what wil -
to miss Miami Beach md its
glfmor after *| "
and Kans 5 Cit>.
Don't get me wrong Th
has imprw ......-
nti ns if th Nat i i As-
. ,. .. ,| Temple Adminatra-
. ny first oi
We used "
9 in.....
Liter 9 at i t.and
= ... hotel 1 y s
ms until 1 : '
-;
. i!d h
... ... mee' 1
n. and no lay load-
k home is aoing i I
i at a rotu
...... |S n hr.ng
. ,: ... Miami sun 1 i much.
What makes this job proud!
, profession |ulte a bit lif-
,.., : .. is : run oi
;- ,: i -..-rent ian I it i to be
gement in its I it ility' is
th ,t idde i dimension which lis-
ru-shes the synaeogue ad-
istrator from all his counter-
parts in the many agenci t
m ike up the Jewish c >m-
We must be oncerned
with mundane matters as mem-
bership personnel administra-
. ,n issets m in igement. b it our
by EDWARD COHEN
Goals in P.'rsinnel Admin ,.
tion" and "Seeking R
Go i!s in Assets Mm ig
This isn't playing
g imes, for these very -
pe r'.e have honest .
about the spiritual vahii -
administrative functions li
syn igogue is to iu.fili .-. ,
role in our society
must surround its con
functions with tit" san
ositj and prophet i
ex '- from the > ,
.. S me times
ship is -'' e i by i
it .-- n e and
c ming t > recogniz I
h that relig m -
. men ige cannot sto; .
li < Sanctua
works''"^
!'.,.<,. s 'bjects
are called "Seeking Religious
Go ils in M--'.b-'sn:p Adm nis-
- :. n." "Seeking Reli
;ious
W ill discuss th
. : sj nag gue memh
. mc of the syna
th youn : gener iti <.
mei new office techr
h iv to stimulate more
volvements, and we wi
litionally, with a K
which the dimensions
will bo explored in depth
one of the great moden
mentators of our Bible Ra
William Braude of Provi
If my dear friends and
gues don't return home
Miami Reach with typical t iui -
tans, it won't be my fault. Th
prefer, I know, to e.o back to
work colored bv a week whicti
will have brought them an ;.
congregatiOM a deeper mean :
to their religious work as
ness administrator of a ->;
.gue.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP

JERUSALEM Cert
have learned, in the last t
years, that being an occu
power is an ugly, dist istefu
business. But it is bett '-
an occupier than t
And we have no othei
In this bleak mann<
the wisest and most h
ra< lis summed up the ;
the million and i half A
are now contain d
: i "s new from. This
course, Israel's wo 'si
much more woTv'.na to 1
. i ||
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ise. the prol
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IV)
; I one s
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li-s ,f their o
: t> thej i.....Id tvo :
in n fatalities
:: Ition.
has pr >ved
.....: expected, tn
true. The fai.....
I It'- a po :
toward the A
ir K illek "
he ru* '
t: But verj [sr le i ; '
5 bettei to be
.,, .
-
th it this

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itter. Therefore, whit
I me t i control '
to I occupied Vrabs
check will quite c -rt
d ne even if what h -
done becomes d id< I
[n this matter, as
front sets, the ch*
have to be made by ; '
rather than the [sr
. tranquiiity are is
But both externally
Nab action alwa

; -
Israeli i a tion. An t
la so passi n
. i that Israel s
. en i- upon the stron
svstem of tit for tat
Since the balanc
l narrow, we have
immediately and
whether OH th- S II
elsewhere. If Israel
country, thai might n ii '
But whereas the United
can afford to overlook son
like the Pueblo Incident, "
l>e fatal if we did so
The speaker was the imp ^
live air force Bommanaer,
Mordecal Hod. but he m^
well have been any ot r
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Friday, October 17, 1959
Jarring's
3rd Peace
Try Fails
(( 11ili1u1.1l from Page 1-A)
, r with ill. ni simultani
1 reign Minister Eban 1
1 Mi. Rivlin is
. I Dr.
Geneva headquarters
n- a hi. .tins; placi : the third
-.;! was that thi j mi
N .. \ 0 k. Mi. Eban was *
nywhere ii conditions for
1 gotiations existed, but
Di Jarring was turm a daw
1 \: ab for i-'ii ministers in
, 1 ase, Mr. Rivlin said.
view here is that
1 is lit tl< point in the United
Si itos .-.' d Russia working out
1 ..... foi mula while the
si it< s openlj and < mphat-
i l all types
, ; lirec t
,. with th 1949
R! 1 : mist ice talks, a \ i< w
1 .. s : on ol Dr. .'.ii ring's
1 m by Mr. Riad. And Jor-
dan ounced its position
i- ini hm!i Egypt's A leader
1 gypt's only political party
has ih< statement in Cairo
that Egypl stai Is firmly by the
positioi taken at the Arab sum-
1 lit onforence in Khartoum in
st "i 1967no n cogniti in,
t- 1 negotiations and no peace
Y% iiii Israel.
Parochial School Aid Is Challenged
H tRTFORD, Conn. iJTAl
The Conm lii it Jewish Com-
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with th Connecticut Cixil Lib-
erties Union, otht r state oi
rations and n numbi 1
ils i:i an action In U.S Dis-
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itutionality of a law ei
st yi ar b; the St itc Legis-
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aid i" pan rhial an 1 other
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Robert Lurie Joins In Beth David s
Salute To Aaron Kravitz Sunday
Robert I.uric, prominent busi-
ess executive and national chair-
man of the Guardians of Israel,
will join in the tribute in Aaron
Kravitz at th< !' th David-Israel
Dinner ol State Sunday night in
the Fontainebleau Hotel, Rabbi
Sol Landau, spiritual leader of
tin congregation lias announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Kravitz will host
a 6:30 p.m. reception in honor ol
Mr. Lurie ami Col. Itzhak Yavnch,
Israeli air hero who will confer
the Jerusalem Peace Award upon
Mr. Kravitz on this occasion, prior
i Hi' dinner, which will begin at
7 o'clock. Col. Yavnch has served
; a top Strategist of Israel's Air
Force in time' wars, helping to
mulate plans for Israel's air
alrgy.
Posthumous tribute will u> paid
I the late William Wcintrnuh for
i numerous civic and philan-
i ipic services. Mrs. Weintraub
uill receive the Tower of David
Aanl on behalf of her late hus-
\. who had been associated for
my years with Mr. Kravitz. To-
icr they hail founded the Eagle
y-Navy Stores, largest dis-
i chain in th.' slate of Florida.
Mr. Kravitz. the president and
i i nan ol the board ol gover-
nors of Dade Wholesale Products,
III) s a Vice president of the
Jivu-li Home for the Aged and a
ii ember ol the board of governors
national recognition as a radio and
television producer. A past na-
tional director ol B'nai B'rith's
f s ""vice Department and the
former I-. st rn R gion coordinat-
or oi the Anti-Defamation League.
Mr. Lurie was given an Outstand-
ing Achievement award by the
Jewish War Veterans
Mr. and Mrs. David Issenberg
are serving as chairman of the
corps of hosts for the gala evi nt,
for which the L. i ny Dawson So-
cietj Orchestra will provide music
for dinner and dancing throughout
tin
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evening.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, congratulates Aaron Kravitz who will bo the recipi-
ent of the Jerusalem Peace Award at the Beth David-
Israel Dinner of State, Sunday night, Oct. 13, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Joining in congratulating Mr. Kravitz is
Seymoui Friend, (left) president of the Congregation, and
David Issenberq (right), who, with Mrs. Issenberg, serve
as chairmen of the Corps of Hosts for the dinner.
ROBERT LURIE
of the Israel Bond Organization.
lie has been a Beth David Congre-
gation Nader for many years.
As a national leader on behalf
ot Israel, Mr. Lurie has made fre-
qu< nt visits to Israel for top level
conferences with armed service,
business and government leaders
The originator Of Ihe American
Jewish Hour. Mr. Lurie, who has
won the Billboard Award for out-
standing radio production, has won
Mrs. Zelda Thau (center) receives the congratulations of
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Board of Governors of
the Israel Bond Organization, and Miss Gila Almagor, Is-
rael's leading star of theatre and films, upon receiving the
coveted Woman of Valor Award. The presentation was
made at the annual Hadassah Bond-with-Israel Luncheon
in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel. More
than 2.20C members of the organization attended, joining
in the tribute to Mis. Thau, president of the organization,
and purchased more than a half million dollars worth of
Israel Bonds in response to an eloquent appeal by Dr. Lehr-
man. The record-setting event, both in the number of per-
sons attending and the amout of Israel Bonds purchased,
was chaired by Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Vice-Chairmen were
Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, Mrs. Max Weitz and
Mrs. Henry D. Wernick. A highlight of the occasion was the
candle lighting of a gigantic birthday cake in celebration of
Israel's twenty-first anniversary in a ceremony conducted by
Dr. Eugene Labovitz.
Jackie Gleason No. 1 Guest At Dinner
Honoring Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall
When 1,000 Kloridians gather at
the Deauville Hotel Saturday to |
Ii mor Dade County's Mayor Chuck ;
Hall at a testimonial dinner the
No. l truest will be 'The Great
One" himself Jackie Gleason. A|
close friend. Jackie will share the
head table With the guest of honor,
' appearance that is only one of
the many treats in store for the.
i csts at the SlOO-a-plate function.!
according to Robert M. Morgan,
dinner committee chairman.
'Hiring his 11 years in county
IRovernjnent Chuck Hall has hosted
" I Mreds of similar functions, but \
I is the first affair of its kind!
*" be held in his honor. The 51-!
year-old Hall was tirst elected to
the Dp.de County Commission in
1956, When the office of Mayor of
Dado County was created, be took
that office in February, 19i>4 and
was reelected in May, 1968, run-
ning unopposed
In addition to local guests, there
will be a number of groups from
other parts of Florida flying in /or
the event. Among the members of
the dinner committee are John
Hunt. David Catsman. Henry Tay-
lor, Jr., Edward Feinstein, J. Bar-
nett LazarUS, Welcom Watson.
Shepard Broad, Norman Oilier,
Steve Green, Paul Barnes, Irvine
Spear, Gale Hovey. George Two-
roger and Mrs. David. T. Kennedy.
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Friday. October 17. IMg
J. M. Albert Named Local Chairman
A distinguished company of
Greater Miami Jewish leaders is
serving on various local commit-
tees whose work it is to coordinate
the many aspects of the 50th
General Assembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
which will be held in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel Oct. 25-30.
Genual chairman of the local
committees is James M. Albert,
a director and president of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. A
member of the I'AHC's national
board of trustees and president of
iis Southeast Federation. Mr. Al-
bert is directing the activities of
the local figures who will cope
with the influx of some 3.000 of
their co-religionists into this area
from all parts of the United States
and Canada.
Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami is
serving in a similar capacity for
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, women's agency of
the UAHC, which will hold its 27th
Biennial Assembly concurrently at
the Plaza Hotel.
Serving as Mr. Albert's cochair-
nian is Alan B. Kessler of Temple
Beth Am. South Miami. Mr. Kess-
ler, who is also a member of the
I'AHC's national board, will be a
speaktr at one of the convention
Temple Beth Sholom. and Regis-
tration, under the direction of
Temple Beth Sholom's James S.
Knopke and Eli Katzin, and Sam-
uel L. Seizin of Hollywood's Tem-
ple Beth-El.
The Volunteers Committee is be-
ing coordinated by Robert H. New-
man of Temple Beth Am. who is
responsible for the Ushers Com-
mittee, direct. (1 by Jack Schilling-
ei of Temple Israel, and the Pases
Committee headed by Arnold Pa-
kula of Temple Beth-El who is di-
rector of counsellor training at
UAHCs Coleman Camp-Institute,
Cleveland. Ga.. and Steven Krams
of Temple Beth Sholom assistant
youth director of the Southeast
Federation of Temple Youth a di-
v-Son of the UAHCs National
Federation of Temple *outn.
Edward Cohen, administrator of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami, is
chairman of the Publicity Com-
mittee, and Temple Israels Lewis
I Gorfine is chairman Of the Mo-
tel Liaison Committee. Working
v with all the committees is
,....,.. P. Frazin. UAHC
; staff director for the Southeast
: >rati i
Mr. Albert, former president ol
,., Albert ition Co.. is one
,f ,;..,. r- tin d" rrv n who works
as hard as a volunteer as he dw
In heading a large business enter-
prise. He has served as president
chairman or director of virtually
every important Jewish civic ani
professional organization in tht>
area. In his present post as presi-
dent of the UAHCs Southeast
Federation, he has visited nearly
all Reform Jewish congregations
in the region. He has h,
figure in helping new ,
tions get started.
The Union of American H
Congregations is the centra M
gregational body of Refom tg
i ism in the United States and
Canada, embracing more tha :
synagogues with a total
shin in excess of 1 million ;.
JAMES ALBERT
forums. Another Temple Beth Am
member. Byron S. Cherkas. is
treasurer.
' Judge Harry A. Greenberg of
I Temple Beth Sholom is coordinat-
or of the Hosts Committee, which
has three sub-committees: Infor-
mation, under the direction of
, Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami; Hos-
pitality, headed by Mrs. Alan B.
Kessler and Mrs. Donald Lefton of
Workshops To Precede 50th General
Assembly Of UAHC In Fontainebleau
The executive directors Of more
than loo of the largest synagogues
in the nation will begin the 28th
annual convention and workshop
of the National Association of
Temple Administrators at the
Eden Roc Hotel Monday, prior to
the opening of the 50th General
Assembly of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations.
Workshops around the problems
of membership, personnel prac-
tices and assets management have
been designed to develop the con-
vention's theme of "Seeking Re-
ligious Goals Through Temple Ad-
ministration." and a paper on per-
sonnel management will be de-
livered by Dr. Michael Goodman.
executive director of the Miami
Jewish Vocational Service.
Among the guest speakers at
.onvention sessions will be Ken-
neth F. Smith of Dallas, president
of the National Association of
Church Business Administrators;
Lionel Semiatin of White Plains.
NY., president of the Conservative
National Association of Synagogue
Administrators, and National As-
sociation of Temple Educators
president Mai'.in Walts, of St.
Louis.
Edward Cohen of Temple Israel
, t Greater Miami will serve as
chairman of the host comn
Other local administrators on the
committee and participating in
the convention will be Mrs. Helen
Cohen, Temple Judea of Coral Ga-
bles; Mrs. Betty Malakoff. Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, ar.d
In Ing Jacobson. of Hollywood's
T< nv>le Beth El.
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Friday, October 17, 1969
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JEWISH NATIONAl FUND STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
With the war over, Israel looks forward to a new era of
development on a larger scale than ever before.
Th Six Day War has demonstrated once again, its signifi-
cance for security of the long-range program.
The JNF is determined to meet the increased chal-
lenges of the post-war period with vigor and foresight.
As Moshe Dayan, the hero of the two Sinai campaigns
stood on an elevation on the West Bank of the Jordan, gaz-
ing out on the landscape, he pointed to the land extending
all the way to the river, and exclaimed "All this is now brown
and yellow, full of wasteland!"
"WE NEED THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND TO TURN IT GREEN "
UENEBAL MOSHE DAYAN
RABBI IRVING LEHBMAN,
Chairman JNF Foundation
MAYOR JAY DEBMER
President
RAHKI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
< h'irm "i oi Executive Committee
Your Link With Immortality
Jewish National Fund reolptontfl of National Recognition at
Jewish National Fund Conference of Now York. Standing i^eft to
Right: Herman MedoWi Barnard silver. Aimihum (rrunhut.
Joseph Cohen. Sitting Left to Right: h.iM.i Mayer Abramowitc,
Bnbbi Irving Lebrman, Mrs. Miriam Press.
The JNF GAVE US ISRAEL. THROUGH THE JNF EVERY JEW HAS A SHARE IN
ISRAEL. DO YOU HAVE A SHARE IN JNF?

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND DINNER COMMITTEE
Join The Redeemers Of Israel
On SUNDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1969, at 6 P.M. FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
GueSt Speaker: SIR BARNETT JANNER, Senior Member British Parliament
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, 420 LINCOLN ROAD 538-6464
MAYOR JAY DERMER, President


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vjewisti Fforidfi&ri
Friday. October 17. 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Personal Possessions

RABBI N'AFTALl I'OKI Sll
fcouiut Israel <>i Greater Miami
forcefu] and dramatic way.
poi .i in *>i Noah demonstrates
tin' significance
of p< rsonal pos-
si ssit us. Noah's
generation was
corrupl in every
way u'1'I
worship, immo-
rality and mur-
der. Yet iis ter-
rible falo was
nol Si aK il until
the people losi
respi el for per-
sonal property.
Mail's possessions are tho pre-
- i nils by which G-ii enables
I n to accomplish Divine goals
; il reach true happiness. Deprive
. ii of tilts, and he remains crip-
d ... as unable lo function as
i; ihlii I'orush
p bird with a broken wing, and
just as unable to reach his goal.
The notion that life should be one
self-indulgent spree of pleasure
uiiu no effort to reach a higher I
goal is what sealed the fate Ol
Noah's generation.
Property is a Divine trust and
respect for it must precede the |
building of a better life. The fact '
that one is a member of a group
whose goal is racial equality, or
a student who has cast his lot with
! the radicals on campus, does not
entitle him to violate the property
i ightS of others.
Even the owner of property has
no right to misuse or neglect his
possessions such a policy
'would make him guilts of the
crime of stealing from himself.
With surprisingly little effort,
inch of us can find the goal which
his G-d given possessions have
'equipped him to reach.
Question
Box
'IOHS
s,
ervices
Alsop
Continued from Pgt 4-A
:i( :>u think about it, his words
nplj mi in thai Israel is act-
.g as any brave nation under
ege must always act. The real
. acle is, in fact, that more Is-
telis are not thinking about
ying to break the siege by us-
_ their great military power.
Logically, the temptati n ought
aim >~t irresistible, for the
n ami economic cost of the
i siegi "i Israel is very high
deed. 1 lefensi i Kpenditui es
iw absorb much more than
: oi i- ii '!!ire gross pro-
. ict i>111 Israel's special revenue
. om the Jews of the Diaspora.
In this nation of 2.ii million
i >ple, nearly 120.C00 men are
. iininuously underarms which
.i~ though the Unit:' i States
J al Id million men in uniform
ill times.
The siege lakes its toll of hu-
l an life, as well, and although
Israel's losses among the defi
- on tin walls conic in twos
. id Hire, s and fours, the actual
ite of loss, proportional to fe-
el's population, is at least five
n-'s a- high as America's rate
,-- in Vietnam.
It is natural, then, that there
some advocates of siege-
eaking bj smashing Gamal
" (< 1 Nasser's army and aii-
forcc once again, for instance, as
all Israelis are confident they
can. One or two of these men.
like the tough deputy chief of
staff. Gen. K/er Weit/mann. son
of the great C'haun Weit/mann.
are also very highly placed.
Hut on the civilian side, from
Prime Minister Golda Meir down-
ward, and on the military side,
from Gen. Moshe Dayan down-
ward, the overwhelming majority
of the men and women who
count haw mad.' up their minds
that the siege must simply bo
endured "fi rev t i:' need he."
ie formidable prime minister
remarked to me without the
doubtful lliekt r of an eyelid.
Furthermore, they have not
mi i ly made up their minds that
the siege must lie endured "for-
ever if need be." They are also
confident, as Defense Minister
Dayan put it. that "Israel can
go on like this quite successfully
ami comfortably lust as lot
that may he necessary." These
are tin facts that most Middle
Eastern anal;.sis in Washington
and elsewhere have thus far
failed -lo understand.
Adath Yeshurun Welcomes
Nearly 100 families who have
recently become affiliated with
the temple will be welcomed by
Temple Adath Yi shurun at a so-
cial affair at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
The temple plans a number of such
gatherings to acquaint members
on a social as well as religious
basis.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Noah
No.ih and his wile behold a rainbow in tho sky: God's
promise never to destroy mankind.
"Go forth from the ark. thou, and thy wife'' (Gen. 8:16).
NOAH Noah was commanded to build an Ark for shr-Uor
from the Flood that would overwhelm the earth. In the Ark he
plac d h:s wile and three sons. Shem, Ham and Japheth, together
with their wives; also two of each species of creature on earth,
one male and one female to perpetuate the species (seven were
allowed for the species that were ritually clean, i The Flood that
covi red the earth drowned all living things except those in tho
Ark with Noah.
After a year, the waters receded and the earth dried. Noah
lit all the creatures out ol the Ark. tlvit they might be fruitful
and multiply on earth. He sacrificed in thanksgiving to God.
God. tor His pan. promised Noah that He would never again
send a flood that would destro) the earth. The sign for this
agreement, or covenant, is the rainbow.
Men increased and spread over the world; in the land of
Shinar they sought to build a tower whose peak would reach
lo heaven. Here, they thought to concentrate all the earth's
population. But God, irked at mans presumption, confused their
speechJ Previously all men had spoken one language. Now they
s|K)ke various languages; not being ahle to understand each
other, they could not work together, and 'ho building of the
Tower of Babel ceased.
Terah, the father of Abram. came to Haran.
This recounting of tho W*try Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "Tho Graphic History of tho 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.
-
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Wh\ is there a special melody
which is used in the synagogue
for the chanting of the prayers?
Some rabbis have commented
that there is as much sanctity in
the m. lod; of Hie prayer as there
is in the prayi r its. If, The prayers
ol the Jewish people are much
more than lip service. They are
deep expressions of the heart.
Even thus' win do not understand
most of th words oi the prayers
are carried into emotional ecstasj
by the melody, which sometimes
speaks louder than the words.
Upon hearing the melody, the con-
gri gation b. comes aware of the
significance ol the occasion and
the prayers and thus becomes
properly attuned to the spirit of
the moment. The beginning of the
mention of rain in the prayers is
a special occasion and therefore
calls for a special melody.
Why lire special hymns re-
ferring t<> rain Included in the
late morning service Of the fes-
tival >f Shemini Atrereth?
In our custom it is beginning on
this day that mention is made ol
lain as one of the powers of the
Almighty in the daily prayers.
Originally, the sexton or the leader
of the congregation simply an-
nounced to the congregation before
the late morning service began
thai one must from here on insert
mention of rain in the regular
daily services (something which
the congregatiaon had not bei n
doing during the summer). The
poets with religious feelings
amongst the Jewish people could
nol let such an occasion pass with-
out expressing the mood of the
situation in poetry. These wen- so
touching that they were included
in the official liturgy of the late
morning service.
It should he particularly noted
that mention of rain brings to
mind the fact that in the Holy
Land of Israel there is hardly any
rain at all in the summertime and
the rain which comes in the fall
is a decisive factor in tho failure or
success of the crops. This is an-
other reminder to man that he is
still dependent upon God through
nature, in spite of all his techno-
logical achievements.
Swiss Oust Israeli
Aide In Wake Of
Engine Plan Theft
BKRN, Switzerland UTAi
Switzerland has expelled Col.
Zvi Alon, the Israeli military at-
tache, in connection with the
alleged theft of plans for the
Mirage III-S jet engines manu-
factured by the Sul/er plant in
Wintorthur under license from
the French firm of Marcel Das-
sault. The expulsion order link-
ed Col. Alon and his predecessor
with Alfred Frauenknecht, an
employe of .Sul/er. who was ar-
rested for the theft on Sept. 23,
According to Swiss Attorney-
General Hans Walder, Mr. Frau-
enknecht confessed to receiving
5200,000 from Israel for blue-
prints, models and tooling in-
structions which wt re packed
in 20 crates and Smuggli d across
the Rhine by barge to Israel,
agents In West Germany. When
Mr. Walder made his charges
public Sept. 2G. Israeli officials
in Jerusalem said they had no
knowledge of Mr. Frauenknecht
and refused further comment
The Mirage II-S is said to be
an improved version of the Mi-
rage IV supersonic jot, backbone
of Israel's combat airforce. The
50 Mirage V jets Israel bought
from Franc.- two years ago are
still undelivered, due to the arms
embargo imposed by former
President Charles do Gaulle
even though paid for in full.
MIAMI
aHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 9"5 SW b7th Av. Orthodox.
Cantor Morrn Barr.^
ANSHE EMES 2*33 SW 19th Ave.
CoVseVvftive. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr.. S. Miami. BormMRra<^
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. ____
BETH DAVId7^626 SW 3rd Ave.
Con.ervative. Rabbi So! Landaa
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Fridaj l '",/:'II'';"'
van: Mam, .lauKhu-r oi 1" ami Mr*
Arthur s, r I Snturdas am ine
Tnrali I.----- "ar Mluvali .las w>n
,,i Mr ami Mrs Al '" rnknilil
,\lin, fill I! p iii
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabb. MM
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
BETH TOV TtEMPLEI. 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
I |.'rlda> 8:1." i' "i S' rmi'i Vrt "'
i -,.ni. i.mi, i.i Snturdas : > m
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ISRAEL (TEMPLti Ol- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Refornv
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. ......10
Friday R:l" |> m. Si mi SI w i
llullil An Ark For Tlw t'omii Hi" '
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday R::i P m anil I Sei -
.,,:' \|,.. Mill I.- Ii Ufi H '
urdas l-"i ii "' Sn ni": Tl i ran
, in id,- : i i i nturs
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Moden Traditional 12
OR 0L0M (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Fridas |i in in i i' ni Family
-.-.. Satui i I'ar
Milzval f Mr and Mr
I .aw n : i li.trfiel
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 951
E 4th Ave. H,aleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Fi Idas v I p 111 llurhl S..... I "
1 SUhjei I I
Prldi mil lx>vi Saturd I" a m
I oi Mitzvali. Kllloi i., ..
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ZION (TEMPLEi. 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phinea Weber.
man. 3a
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zton Kirschenhaum
Friday fc:13 p.m I. i|n From
VVhal ."' Followi i i l.liul
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL T801 Cirlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wem 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamchet. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEi 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEI. 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal R.ibbi Leon
Kronis^.. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 936 Eurlid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLEi. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adier
U.J.I.,
loll Will preai |, ,. Hi- Weekl\
' i. < 111, llllilr.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64!
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. -
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE. Miami Gardens Drive Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schhnsky
Cantor Tibor Mo ,ev 33
Friday K:l"> P m Sermon a .
ih.. Ite^lnnlng in I leptli "
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
chits. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Friday evening Bernton: "How s.
Hitivi Should Jf\va Be to Pul
1 iplnlon "
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BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. -Rabbi Charles Rube
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3)
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SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE22ndAv
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingslev. 3T
Friday vl."> pin (lu.-.-l Bpenkn
lej Pred Subjeel: "Shall I:
Judaiam Support Ihi s.i.,m, ,
-, lentiou" (ii'.i- i"i SnlurdH
.1 ni Bar Mnzv.ili: 1 i.n Id, son 1
nnil Mr Slur) n BiiKir
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 34
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodux
Rabbi Naftah Porush. 3a
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CORAL GABUS
JUDEA (TEMPLEI. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per. 40
- IS p m lueid Speaki r
Sum si'iM'ii Saturday 11:1s ., n
Mitzvali Joel Slruu", --m ol
.\h- Harold (i Jaffer
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
5 HESHVAN6:32
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
I Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
Frldns IS p in Sermon. "la Ii '
To irow rp?" Saturday 1 i.m
Spiritual LesMin
FT. LAUDERDALE
BFTH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 B.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shelc>i
tdvvardi. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
N:1S p 111 S, Tin.. 11 In (',
\ moled Follow S.1I111 I: :i in s.
w ilk Don 1 Run Followed bj K 1
lu-li
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EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrew* Am
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Laviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. J
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N.E. Fi-rt *4
HOLLYWOOD
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BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 49
Frldns IS p.m Sermon "Ovri "ii
s urdas 11 n m Bar
Mil liai I, sen 1.1 Mr ..mi
Mi Ji roma si. inhauvi
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvinj
Gold. 41
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Gross. Alexander S_ Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
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Cantor Meyer Engel. gj
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Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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Friday, October 17, 1969
9-JfH fat) mhrSdliiaiin
Paqe 11"
Checking over the schedule of recent High Holiday ser-
vices, at Hille! House, are, left to right, Les Grussqott, stu-
dent member; Frimette Borenstein, president o: I!,:!el S:u-
dent Council, and Rabbi Simeon Kobiinetz, Hillel House
chaplain.
Hotelmeii Sponsor Benefit Tor Hille]
In cooperation with the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Advisory Board, a
group "i Miami Beach liotelmcn
in sponsoring a benefit dinner-
lance and the "Sha/.zam Revue"
I i c Carillon Hotel Sunday, and
iiitting $50,000 worth <>f free hotel
Dr. Joe Hall Heads
1970 Campaign Of
March Of Dimes
Dr. .l>"' Hall, former superin-
: ni ni Dade County's pu
.....!- has been designated by
rlerick R. Sher, chairman of
Dade County Chapter, National
ndation March <>( Dimes, to
serve as chairman of the March
ni Dimes' January, 1970 fund-
raising campaign.
Dr. Hall, who joined Ihe faculty
oi the University of Miami as
professor oi Education in June of
1968, said the campaign will be
lighted by the county-wide,
door-to-door Mothers' March, and
called for an expanded March of
Dimes campaign to support the
-.w.i Birth Defects Centers one of
which is at Jackson Memorial Hog-
lital, the other at the University
ui Florida, in Gainesville.
"Florida has about 15.000 of the
250.000 infants afflicted with se-
rious birth di'feets each year." Dr.
Hall added. "Our objective is to
overcome these through research."
Jews Leave Poland
LONDON (JTA) It has been
reported from Warsaw that the
number of Jews who have fled
from Poland since the Six-Das-
War has jumped to about 8.000.
Some .'{,000 Jews have left sii.ee
the beginning of the summer.
and they are presently leaving
at the rate of about 300 a week.
Those presently leaving presum-
ably obtained exit papers before
the Sept. l deadline set by the
' in munist regime.
aecommodal ions on the line to n-
couraj attend i i i
i Beai h I 'PA Bei
Lan : lirman i i th benefit,
said t!i" unique program was be-
last y< ar b\ the mi uibors ol
fi'nai : 'i it i's H italitj Lodge
1 0, and pror ids f oni lb firsl
in m fit held by thi hotolmen v
towards air-conditioning and re-
furnishing Hill. I House. The funds
I aisei! 1 his yea! v ill go to pa ni
thi mortgage on tin t'-M center.
\ tax-detluctible donation of $15
entit i pi i smi in dinner,
dancing, entretainment and a free
three-daj and two-night weekend
at one of the 50 participating
Miami Beach hotels. The hotel
.> ill be sell cted by drawing,
1' | i .i1 |i to Miami Hillel
Advisory Board may be sent to
Mr. Langberg at 120 Lincoln K.I..
Miami I'.each. or to Klisc Factor.
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The American Laboi n ovemenl
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Friday. October 17, 1S59
VA Offers Education
To Qualified Veterans
The Veterans Administration
has pointed out that certain vet-
rails' benefits offer a special op-
portunity to a G.I. with a limited
t flucation and Income. Former
servicemen can complete high
school under the G.I. Bill and go
( n to college or trade school as a
full-time student at $130 a month,
the VA spokesman said.
While these educational benefits
apply to all qualified veterans who
served after Jan. 31, 1955, a Viet-
nam era veteran who has less than
one year training beyond high
school may supplement his G.I.
check by getting a "transitional
appointment" to work for any
Ftderal government agency while
attending school. A veteran who
e.t is a "transitional appointment"
must have :he qualifications re-
quired and must agree to complete
one full year if education or train-
ing leading 10 a high school di-
pioma or its equivalent.
UM Israel Club Meets
The Israeli Club of the Univer-
sity of .Miami discussed new social
and cultural programs at its first
general meeting of the year. The
group will hold folk dancing twice
a month at the Student Union.
Philip Klutznick Named Chairman Of
1970 National Education Conference
Brandies President Guest Speaker At Convention
NEW YORKPhilip Klutznick,
distinguished Chicago Jewish lead-
ei who has served on hte U.S. del-
egation to the United Nations, has
been named chairman of the 1970
National Conference on Jewish
Education to be held May 14-17 at
Grossinger's, New York. The an-
nouncement was made by Isadore
Breslau, president of the American
Association for Jewish Education.
The conference, held once every
five years, will bring together del-
egates representing national and
local Jewish educational agencies
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Mr. Klutznick. an attorney and
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Thespian Troupe
Presents Comedy
Thespian Troun 391 of Miami
Beach Senior High School will
present the Moss Hart George S.
Kaufman comedy. '"You Can*t
Take It With You." In the school's
auditorium. Thursday and Friday,
Oct. 23-24. Curtain time is 8:15
p.m.
The leading role of the grand-
father in the three-act play, which
has a 19-member cast, will be por-
trayed by journalism teacher
Stanard Evans. The supporting
leads will be played by Diane
Richter, James Goldstein. Suzanne
Erwine, Aviv Stein. Brett Palmer
and Willy Cabrera. Also in the cast
are Ela Ben-Josef. Jill Eber. Pat
Gleason. Norman Plot kin. Steven
Balmer. Robert Solomon. Tom
Glascr. Gill Todd. Kris Laham.
Reed Tolber. Bennett Powell and
Karen Stern.
The entire production is under
the direction of Jay W. Jensen;
Barbara Libovitz is student direc-
tor and Larry Golden stage man-
ager.
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,Jjetter Unan ^jreat /vi'c/ic*.
JAc aDeeaa or C^ooa
s^y'lcn /vcimii'ii with LA*.
Continued from Pago 3-A
tensivdy and. in May 1964. he led
an American Jewish Commltte
group in talks with Pope Paul VI
on Catholic-Jewish relations, as
expressed in a decree at the Ecu-
menical Council.
From 1982 to 1965. Dr. Abram
was a partner in the law firm of
Paul. Weiss. Rifkind. Wharton and
Garrison, and he holdi member-
ship in the American Bar Associa-
tion and other legal groups in i
New York and Georgia.
Born in Fitzgerald. Georgia.
where he received his early school- \
ing. Dr. Abram was graduated.
summa com laude, from \'\e Uni-.
versitv of Georgia with a Bachelor]
of Arts degree in 1938. He won
his Doctor of JurtsvTwIertm de
gree from the University of Chic-
ago Law School in 1940. an I he
attended Oxford University as a
Rh l< scholar. Pirnin? h'l B V
in 1948 and his M.A. in 1953. He
is a member of Phi Beta Kan-.'.
In the armed forces from 1941
o If 15. Dr. Abram rise to the
rank of major in the U.S. Air Force
Int< llieence ind wa award -d the
Legion of Merit. He was i tn
her of the American jrosecuti n
staff at the International Military
Tribunal at Nir.-cr.berg. Girma
in 1946.
Dr. and Mrs. Abram the former
Jane Magiii'c of Orlando have t:\e
children; Joshua Anthony, Adam,
Morris Jr.. Ann and Ruth (now
Mrs. Herbert Teitclbaum of New
York City, i
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+Jmlsti ncridfiar
Paqe 13-A
Three Prominent Miamians
Among Forum Participants
Three i rominent Mi unians will
I among the principal forum
participants at th> forthcoming
ith General Ass mbl/ of the
Fnion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, to bo held at the Fon-
t kinebleau Hotel in Miami Beach,
ct. 25-00. Thej are:
Alan B. Kess.er, president and
L lirman oi the board of trustees
oc Temple Beth Am, and presi-
anthropy." i
Mr. Kessier is a gra^into of the,
University of Miami Law School
and a member of the Florida and'
American Bar Associations. A re-;
I cipient of Holiday Magazine's Hall
| of Fame Award, Mr. Kessier and
I his wife, the former Esther Schul-j
man, have thrre children, Pamela, '
14. Susan, 12, and Robert. 9.
Dr. Mann is a specialist in teach-'
ing the mentally and the physical-;
ly dis idvamaged. He has sen d as
neiiro-psychiatric technician at the
United States Naval Prison Hos-
pital in Portsmouth, N'.H. as
a t. achi r of the hard of heaf-
d mentally retarded at the
Riviera Junior High School of the
Dade Co inty Pul lie S :h mjI sys-
I in vaiious other m-
d-ir\ schools and institutions of
higher learning, including the Uni-
versity of Virginia, where he was
an Instructor. The Division of
Special Education at the Univer-
sity of Miami includes courses in
educational psychology, learning
disabilities, mental retardation.
speech and crippling conditions, all
Ol which Dr. Mann teaches.
Dr. Mann, who received his
B.A. and Master of Education de-
gree from the University of Miami
and his doctorate in education
from the University of Virginia, is
the author of numerous scholarly
articles in his ik-id. His work has
'!: ire I in the 'Virginia Journal
of Education," the "University of
Virginia Education Review" and
the M ur i il oi tae Florida Medi -
al Association." Dr. Mann and his
wife h ive three children
In add Uon to his business an '.
ti mpU ii i. rests, Mr. Russell is
the 1939 chairman of thi Com-
biro d Jc>vish Appeal for the < Sri
ROBERT RUSSELL
er Miami Jewish Fed< -ation and
i trustee of the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. He" was i dtKfetgti ..: b ith
klyn College ancf^he Citj
[e ; New Y irk. Mr. Russe I
- n i\: i c In '- ill 'i r ind ; ilf-
er I .- xr b ir I
of tl Westview Country Club. He
and his wife, t'.i" form< r Murii i
DR. PHILIP H. MANX
Ivy Goodman, have one daughter,
Michael-Ann.
The :' \..... m Hi
3 tlons is the inl nati i
;a b idy of somi 7- Q
Refo! m Jew ish ti n the
I Sta! ind "anada ind is
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i : Dr. Philip H. M inn. assistant
I ufessor in the Division of Special
h iucation at the University of
Miami, and Robert Russell, vice
I ti 'sident af Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, ani president and
ca lirman of the board of Russell
Aluminum Corporation.
The overall theme of the conven- (
tion, which is expected to draw
some 3.OC0 Reform Jewish lead-
ers from more than 700 synagogues
from all over this country and
Canada, is "A Changing Synagogue
fir A Changing World." Various
spects of the mill theme will be
i sa mined in depth through a series
Ol six forums.
Mr. Kessier will preside over the
c >ssion on 'The Impact of Modern
Thought on our Theology": Dr.
Mann will speak on "How New
Knowledge Affects Education," and
Mr. Russelll will chair the session
on "The Future of Jewish Phil-
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fJenist ftoriJ/ar
Friday, October 17. 1969
THE AMERICAN SCENE
B/: BEN GALLOB
Teenagers In Mitzvah Corps Had Ghetto "Vacation
^
More than 125 Jewish teen-
agers lived and worked in the
ghettos of seven American cities
this summer spending their va-
cation participating in Reform
Judaism's "Mitzvah Corps" pro-
gram, now in its seventh year.
More than 500 junior and senior
h h school students have l< am-
.d the conditions of ghetto life
at tii-;t hand since the Mitzvah
Corps was started in 1963, pay-
in, their own expenses to do so.
One of the programs of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Youth, which is an affiliate of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Reform Jewry's
congregational agency, the Mitz-
vah Corps operated this sum-
mer in the ghettos ol Chicago,
Detroit. Los Angeles, Miami.
Minneapolis, St. Louis and St.
Paul. According to Rabbi Henry
Skirball, NFTY director, a work
and study program has been do-
signed to give youngsters an
opportunity to learn while doing
something about the conditions
in which the people of these
-heitos live.
The young people usually work
five days a week as volunt-ocJ.
in public and private agencies,
on assignments geared t com-
munity needs and their own in-
leiests and abilities. Evenings
are devoted to lectures, seminars
and discussions of the problems
of slum lit -, conducted by lo il
experts, A Reform rabbi or rab-
binic student i present a' the
study sessions to relate the so-
cial issues encountered by the
stud.nts to the teachings of Ju-
daism, Ral bl Skirball said. Be-
fore acceptance, the pros|teclivc
Corps members undergo screen-
in',' processes t > determine their
level of motivation and their ca-
pacity to withstand the inherenl
emotional pressures.
In Miami. 30Corps members
23 girls and seven hoys, half of
whom were local youth, with the
others coming from various parts
i the southeast worked with
high school dropouts, in a non-
profit loot store, in a "Univer-
sity of the Street" project ol
the Economic Opportunity Pro-
[nc. and started the re-
habilil I l 'I an abandoned
movie theatei for use bj ghi tto
youngsters.
I'
-i icked
members cleaned and
the store started by
Harry Sehermer of Miami which
sold food at a penny above cost,
and served as clerks. When Mr
Sehermer decided to open a sim-
ilar store in another area, he
tinned the entire project over to
Corps members, who surveyed
the area, chose a Site, and got
the store into operation within
six weeks. Passer-shy watched in
surprise as the youngsters be-
gan cleaning tip the theater In a
bl ick neighborhood and ridding
it ol rats, a task they did not
have time to complete, but h I
to turn over to the neighbor-
hood i" title to finish
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
The Israelis: Profile Of A People
ni tmvi. Ruth Bondy's The Israelis i Funk and
Wagnalls. $5.95) brought back memories of
my first visit to Israel in 1949. At that time, food
.vas strictlj rationed (do you remember "tzona"i?
Recreational facilities were practically non-existent
and traveling was prohibited. The only thing cheap
and in good supply was conversation. The most |>op-
ular form ol social life was the "kumsitz." One ac-
cepted an invitation to "sit" with friends, drink tea
Our Film Folk:
or lemon "sqvash" and talk. The Israelis then, as
now. were without peer in marathon talking. (Who
ever heard of a speech in Israel lasting less than 2's
hours'?!
The Israelis is a kumsit/ monologue in which the
author discusses many aspects of Israeli experience,
character and temperament from a personal and
"unashamedly biased" point of view. The first 1(X
pages are discerning and knowledgeable and offer
by HERBERT G. LUFT
Shelly Attends Both Receptions
A LOXO-TIME supporter of the State
of Israel, Shelley Winters. 47. born
Sh rlej Schrift in St. Louis, Mo., com-
pleted her motion picture assignment on
location in Arkansas las the infamous
Ma Barker in American-International's
"Bloody Mima" -non enough to Ire on
hand foi both the lo- Angeles recep-
tion honoring Premier Golda Meir and
the East Coast. Shelley, who made her movie
1 exactlj u quarter ol a century ago, is wholly com-
; led to every project on which she embarks, both as a
"blonde bombshell" and in such unglamorous roles as
ol the Jewish housewife in "The Diary of Anne
nk Her role as a tawdry waitress murdered by Ron-
c min in George Cukor's "A Double Life" earned
! i tin rirsl Academy Award nomination Her character-
ization of Ma Barker, who machine-gunned her way to
th. top of the Publk Enemy list in the 19,'SOs and was
SB and brains of a bank robbery and kidnapping gang.
.- another role with Oscar potential, calling for the vim
and gusto which are an inherent part ol the Shellej
Winters personality,
In order to capture th full reality of the Barket
family's .sordid, povoi l> -i iddi n origin in the Oz irks Ro
Cieman decided to film "Bloody Mama" entirely on loca-
tion against the authentic Arkansas background Rob
Thorn's original screenplaj to the "why" ;is well
as tht "what" ol the gang's crimes. II. and Shelley pre-
viously worked together on the produ i W Id
The Strei ts "
The remarks of young producer Jerrj Katzman, who
ni.uk the film for his father, producer S m K I
were a little shocking. He justified the film bj sayii
that movies arc only successful when based on the propo-
sition that man is fundamentally evil. "We have to make
films that satisfy the baser appetites in man. in ordei
to have him do the good things that ho d tes" a phil.
phy which assures Katzman of a profit while giving him
the illusion of having served a useful purpose. Katzman
contends that the picture that doesn't offend or repel an
audience is not giving the publk its money's worth, and
argues that the judgment is the public's not his
Israel Newsletter
By CARl AlPERT
Freedom Of The Press In Israel
BOTH OF Israel's daily news-
papers published in Arabic
are on sale at newsstands and are
read by thousands of Arabs in
Israel and in the occupied areas.
On the surface there seems to be
little choice between "Al-Anba"
(The News i and "Al-Kuda" (Jeru-
salem i. but a closer scrutiny re-
veals significant differences. Comparing the two,
copies of which we secured on the same day, vve
found six pages of "Al-Anba" cost :;o agurot; four
"Al-Kuda" pages cost 20 agurot. The story which
Al-Anba gave precedence to was about seven Syrian
MIG-218 being downed ov. r the Golan Heights and
quoted a Syrian spokesman, giving the other side's
point of view. The No. 1 story in Al-Kuda quoted
unnamed British officials who warned that the sit-
uation En the Middle East was deteriorating. The re-
port on the aerial battle was given No. 2 position
and played up the difference in Israeli and Syrian
versions of the incident in the headline: "AIR BAT-
TI.1-: OVER GOLAN. SYRIA: WE DOWNED 4
PLANES. ISRAEL: WE DOWNED 7 PLANES."
The reports from Damascus and Cairo were inter-
twined, with precedence given to the Arab version
Tagging along at the end was the Israeli side of the
story.
Who puts out these two papers? Al-Anba is pro-
duced by a company operating as an aim of the
Jerusalem Post. Most of its staff are Jews its ed|.
tor Ls Y. Bar-Moshe. Those who know Arabic well
tell us us style is pretentiously literary. It is read bj
same Arabic businessmen and Intellectuals but is
looked on with hostility by the masses. Following the
Israel line, its news column, report l>oth side, of all
stork-- and it publishes critical, even hostile, letters
Al-Kuda is a private business ol one Mahmoud
Abu-Zuloff. Written simply and in the idiom of the
streets, it U operated on a shoe-string, and most ol
Its st i-fl are part-time. It prints material critical ol
Israel, but restrained in tone, and i- extremely criti-
cal of Nasser and Hussein what is written of th.
Jordanian monarch would certainly never be per
mitted under the Jordanian flag. Its line Is pro
Palestinian: the Palestinians cannot rely on the
other Arab states, which will only use 'then, for
their own purpose, and then betray them
or the two papers, Al-Kuda has by far th.. most
advertising and largest circulation, it gets intoevery
little town and village of the West Bank and carries
ads or stores, restaurants, television sets movies
baby powder, obituary notices, business offers vXc
whde only three advertisements appeared in this m'.
Anba Issue one I,,,- the football wagering i>ooi one
from the Jerusalem municipality and one from the
- el gowrnment. But Israel's newspapers are still
nt t to slam the news as they desire where the one
speaks ad "occupied- areas, the other writes oi *.
quered territories," for instance.
sharply focused snapshots of mi-
ll, rstanding the beginning of the
kumsitz when stories and ideas are
ginning of the kumsit/ when stories and ideas are
fresh and understanding. The following i>is pagi.
represent the part ol the kumsitz when most things
have alreadj been said a few times In different ver-
sions, and yawning guests are trying to find a grao -
ful way to say "goodnight." The reader Ls worn do
by digressions into pseudo-philosophy, epigrams and
quips, -.i ne ol which are forced and sophomoric, and
many ol which have nothing to do with the then..'
of the book and repetitions. Chapters on topics such
as dogs, name-. Jewish cuisine, and book-, could h e
been omitted without ]"-> ind thereby might havi
sustained interest. This is pathetic, since the book i>
aimed at .. 11 American Jewish reading public.
Among the better chapters i- "Immigrants in R
se," dealing with the "yordim" those who lea
Israel because they came expecting too much or
were unable lo accept "corruption, pull, bureaucra-
cy, Levant sm, social inequality, selfishness or crude-
ss' i" whatever extent it exists, Israelis have not
yet learned that "aliyah" is fructified by anti-
Semitism, -ho observes, rathei than by loveol Zion
For the benofil ol those Americans who rever.
Ben-Gurion i minor deitj and hokl other Isra<
high est. t n, she points out that Israel tends to b.
' .'. u VV'ei/mann, Eban and man) of the earl)
tC u'd tin- be due to the lack of a course
Hi. historv ol Zionism in the Israeli schools?)
a- a great leader but not
must be whispered with awe.
R ;1' Bondy, who arrived in Israel in 1949
years ol living in Czechoslovakia and a spell In i
concentration camp, wrote her own humor column
for several years and has won prizes in journalism
Israel I Taslitt excellently and idiomatically trans-
lated the book written in Hebrew by the wife of th.
well-known Israeli journalist Raphael Bashan.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Alliance For 72?
ASTUTE campaigner and tac-
tician George Wallace seems
to N' broadening his base in a dif-
ferent direction on Aug. 1. he be-
stowed his public blessing on the
efforts of "Dr." Hilly Jim Hargii
and his Christian Crusade. Now
wouldn't that !x- a team Georgi
and Billy Jim? George has prove.
abi,. to siphon 10,000,00 votes out of the presidential
election pool; Billy Jim has proved he car. scare
many thousands of dollars out of those frightened bv
the real or imagined threat of domestic Communism
in their daily lives. He would bo a lar more effective
campaigner than Gen. Curtis LeMay was In 'tis.
You would not want to forget, if the Wallace-
Hargis friendship really buds, that when Hargl
started to charm crowds and make money, he sat at
the feel of Rev. Gerald B. Winrod. who made thou-
sands preaching hatred of J.-ws and Catholics during
the Depression years and whose bits of wisdom came
wrapped in an anti-Semitic paper named "The De-
fender." It will also help to remember that another
<>r Hargis' associates has been Allen Zoll. whose anti-
Semitic American Patriots inc., organization ha
been listed by the Attorney C.eneral as subvert.
A Hargis-Wallace alliance is ominous for 197.'


iy, October 17, 1969
VJmifti ftor/d/faun
Pcrqe 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER j IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
I I, [.; IS HEREBY GIVEN that FLORIDA IN PROBATE
undersigned, desiring to mme No. 85125
jslness under tin- fictitious name | RE: Estate of
(.TAI. DESIGN associates at WKbEN AM LAN
Cadiz Avenue, coral Guides. I Deceased.
Ida intends to register said name '._ notice to creditors
the Clerk of the Circuit Court r" All Creditor* anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
.>,di county, Florida.
I \i:ltKTT'S JADE LTD.. INC.
Ry: IUCHAIU> C .1AKHKTT,
PRESIDENT
iSON & MARVIN
irneya tor Applicant
|n W. 72 Avenue
Lnil. Florida
10,10 -17-24-31
________._.---------------------------I provided
NOTICE UNDER
\ou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any olalnu and de-
mands which you may have against
the .Man- of HELEN A.mi.yS' de-
late of Dade County, Florida
j to the county Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.IK Florida
i Statutes, hi th.-ir offices in the County
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW courthouse in Dade County Florida
i.vriCE IS HB1U0RY GIVEN that'within six calendar months from the
1 undersigned, desiring to engngi In 1 time of the first publication hereof
I hi under tlie fictitious names of or the same will he barred
FrTON FBINERMAN, MI': RI.'R. Dated at Miami, Florida this BSth
l\ FEINBRMAN, M.D., FA A IV at I day of October, A.D. 1969
I N \V. lS3rd St.. Opa I^K'ka. Fin. ZBV \V. KOOAN
I.I intends to register said names First publication of this notice on
\h the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of the l"th day of October 1989
jd. County. Florida. CATDIN. ROTHENRBRO,
|:l ItTON FEINBRMAN, Ml'. I" A KOOAN, KORBNRliUM
KllHER AM' ROHKIN P.A. |* ROTHENRBRO
mi s for Applicant
I,. nyne Itlvd.
Miami. Fib, :"U32
10, 10-17-54-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBHY GIVEN that
. undersigned, desiring to engage in
ii-,.\.-s under it" fictitious name of
.l:\EI.1. AND LANZA at 12m
irickcll Avenue, Miami. Florida In-
nd to register said name with the
. -u of the Circuit Court of Dade
. unty, Florida
fnHNEl.1. AND LANZA, P A
BRHOL.R CORNELL, President
GEORGE \' I ANZA, Secretary
cut \s-F.i.i.iscn
th. x for
RNBIA AND LANZA, P A.
\ imerla Avenue
il Gables, Florida 33131
I., m -17-24-31
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85251 (Dowling)
: Ksti.....
s ECKSTEIN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors and All Persons Hitv-
1 'Inima m I ii inut d Asm. Sy Id
by: ZEY \\ KOOAN
Attorneys for
ZBV W. KOOAN
420 i.ii.....in Road,
.Miami Lleach, Fla.
1" 10-17-24-31
DAyCNU
BY HENRY LEONARD
1
1
0
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 MAItY HI'ELRIO.
Plaintiff,
LEGAL NOTICE
"What you say about me, Molly, hurts so much
|- ... it must be true. Thank you ever so much for
your criticism!"
LEGAL NOTICE
i: W.MOND llli:i.IIP!.
Dcefndant.
TO: MIS. RAYMOND HIELBI0
'> Twi It'll Street
Hohoken, New Jersey
lou, RAVMt IND III'ELIIIG, an hi n -
by notified thai a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce lias heen filed against
> ou, and yi u nre n iiuin 1 opy of your Answi r nr Pleading to
the Hill of Complain) on the Plaintiffs NnRMAN JOHN AHREl'
nttomey, Ml: ALBERT VVILEXSKY I
M-1'1 ISisi x ne UuildliiK, 19 \> 1 vs
l-laiiler, Miami, Fieri.la and file the JOAN STEVENSON U'.l'.EC.
original \ ir I'!, ailing In the I
'' Clerk "i Ihe Circuit Tt) JOAN STEVENS)>N AIIRBC
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, di siring to engi 1
In business under the fictltinu* nan
of ROBERT T RA88, M IV. ROBE
T. BASS, M.I). P.A at :!:::;-llsi .-
Miami Reach, Florida SUMO Intel
to register said nnmo* with the Ch
of the Circuit Courl of Dad.- Coui
Florida,
ROBERT T. BASS, .\i l> .
PROFBSSII INAI. ASSi ICIATH "
SPARHER AND ROHKIN I' \
Attorneys fnr Applicant
inn Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 33132
10 g-IO-17-.M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersigned, desiring 1.....:_ .
in business under tile fictltiou.- 1
Gleneaglc.
of VISTAS CNLIMITED '
Glenengli Dr., .Miami Lakes, Fla
t,nd 10 reicister said name with I
Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 i>
County, Florida.
Interest MICHAEL EDEI .m \
"". Interest JOHN DIECKMAN
Hated 111 .Miami. Florida, Ih
Day of September, 1969.
FROMBERG, FROMRBRR
.<; R< >TH, p a
Attorneys for Applicants I
M1fi2 Rlsi nyne Bids
19 \\ Flagler Street
Miami. I'la 33130
In :: < :
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84579
In HE Estnti .a
I EDWARD ELLIN,
Dei-cased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 To All C........1 VII Pi rsnns H;n
Ins Claims or Dem.....i- Against Said
, .,. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
touari Uired IN AND FOR DAO COUNTY.
t" present mix chiinn.....I rtcma FLORIDA IN PROBATE
which .vai nil' have against the -- No. 85160
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
ih, undersigned, desiring t->
in business under the fictitious nut
nf GILBERT JAO 'l'.Si i\. 1, 11 S
1 ifin Kane i *,. hi Ray Harlior
lands. Miami Bench, Florida, Il
[0 n ej.', :,iil name itli the 1''
nf 1 In- 1 'Ircuil '"in 1 "i Hade 1 "oui
Florida
Oil RERT .1 AC, ilisi IN, D.D.S.,
PRI 1FESSI1 INAI, assi'ClA'I'I'
l:y: 1:11 RERT JAC0R8ON, D.D s
1- ll> >MIIER)>. FROMBBRG
& R( ITH, I
,\ I lorn, \ for
Til RERT JAO 1R81 'N D.D.8
I': nfl sslol l.l A 01 lilt loll
in S-Ri-17
ill tYedlTors and All Persons Hav- ''.' '"' ,.'' "",'"' ""' 'Jlh day 01 Residence Inknown whl.h you 1 1 th, .-- no 85160
_ Claims or D.mun.^ Againsl Said ^',v'm .',", >'"u '''" ,l" VnU, JOAN STEVENSON ABREC, .,. f EDWARD ELLIN deceased |, [,. ;.,,-.
'" hy default li laken are hereby notified Unit n Bill of Com- hue ol Dade C..unt> Florida lothe .'| !F\CF RoRTI.H
V..u nre hereby notified and re ,;','," '.'"'. ""' ,'"'"': demanded plain) for Divot 1 a been filed County Judin ol Dndi Counts and '.
i 10 present tins ilnlms and de- ..." ',' "' .' ".'";, ,l"", "" .....' "'" "" """'' fih tin an mi in duplh He and as pro- notice TO CREDITORS
rhich you mas huvi '"' '['''" '" I'Ulillshed one, sirvi ., ops ,our Vnswei or Plead- yldi Florid Statu- .,. 11 1
te of I'llll.IF S ECKSTEIN .""i'u',;','!'' riT'.-'i'i'IYv"'""11" "'" '" "" ""' '" ''.'"''-'.':! '",',"'" '" '" '" "' "" >' '5
e.l lati ill Dndi County. Kim '-V, L-1 I-I 1... 11,1 \\ 1 ,,imiffs attorney. I ESTER II.....ourthousi 11 I'ou Florida, .
County Juditcs of Dade County. m !," ,, '.! ", '' vll:lln BRS, ESQ., N \\ llth Street, wlthit -i\ caleiidai moiuhs from the
il |i ;ln Mime hi duplicate and as ,'."."'' '"'" ''''' ""> "' October A.D \i mil, KI01 I fih the Mm Ihe first publication herein ,.,] i 11V1
.: .1 in Si II 733 M, Florida ..
In their offici In the County '' ', i-i.A 1 111.1; \i \ N ci, 1,
use m Dade County, F.....la. "*' u" ,' '"'' ; ' "' !
,x all 'in tin from ihe '> l:" *sp bin
of Ihe first publii nf ,. '' "ul-v lerk
luted at Miami Florida, this 2nd Al1
ol 11, tnber, A 11 W69
SYIA'IA K HANI 1EL8.M \ x
As Administratrix !
-tale of Phlltn S Eckstein, Dec'd.
EIMAN AND CARY, P A.
Louis Heini.ni
Ltoriu xs for Administratrix
.a s W. 1st Street
Panii, Florids
1" 10-17-24-31
M-1IS Risen) ne Liulli .
1 'lorlda
i" i" -17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRBRY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, deslrlnK to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,.f
GENEVA APARTMENTS ill 3790 Palm
Avenue and "7 West 37 Street, llia-
leah, Florida intend 10 register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
c.uit ol Dade County, Florida.
C-HEV1 HBRRST
IIMtRY FEIGBR
Itli' 'AH AND CASSF.I.
Attorne) h for
CHBVI HBRRST and
HARRY FEIOER
-

i" ins nnd 1
nl Al I Una in tin1 or tin .1! he ban ed
1I1. 1 'h 1 1. of tin Civ.-,1 Dnted al Mint rd (Bl, FLORENCE l
. url on or befon the :'."! da) flay ,,1 .. pieniher. f>.
x IP...T. i".'. Ii v..u full i" do DEltBIE ELLIN
ludirmeni h) ih fault d1 lie I \s Executrix
. t you for the 1 1 F rsl publii atlon of thl 1 I
In the Ki'l of Complaint. d 1 Keplemher,
PI notice shall be published one. pACL KWITNKY
1 u ed, for foui secutivi \i lorni y for I of
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN EDWARD ELLIN
DONE AND ORDERED til Miami |J0 l.ll.....In Read .Mall Sulti
Florida, this ;-t ilaj < October A I' Miami Bench, Florida 33139
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85182
RIO: Estate ol
M.I IAM A. KOHRBACH,
[l>.....used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons
laving Claims r Demands Ana In si 120 Lincoln Road
Ic..' Estate: Miami Reach, Florida
lY'ou ire hereby notified and required j 10 10-17-24
present any claims and demands!
Ich \ ii ma; 1 .1 againsl the -
te of WILLIAM A ROHRRACH NOTICE OF ACTION
e.is.,1 late ol Dade 1 111 :x. Florida, in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
thi county Judues ol Made 1 ounty, eleventh judicial circuit
I fib' lb) duplicate id OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
provided in S, ., COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
In thiiroi In ihe County No. b?-i6434
irthouse in Dndi County, Florida, SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 '' lbs front Ihe SIARYKAY GREATHnl'SE
ol tin fli publii atlou It :. plaintiff
i: I! LBv\THERMAN, Cli rk
1 'in in' "ourt, 1 mdi 1 'mi x. Florid 1
By: \l E RONSTEIN
Deputy Clerk
K "Iri iti' 1 "ourl s, all
LESTER Rl SERB. ESQ.
999 N.W 11'll S"
! Miami. Florida 3313)1
\: 1..111. x for Plaintiff
:'.; 1" :: 1" l~,
.......
\ Coum
and I
pro\ id
thclt
. ..^l", h"Usc ill D HI
u itiii: six ih lar montl
. .in, ni 1 piililicntin hen
ime x'. ill ho ha 1.....1
11.:,-.1 at .Mi..n. Florida, th
ilav ..1 Pepiembi V.D 196 '
EDITH II MATTHEW S
A- Admlnistiatrlx
Flrsl publication nf tins
Alii .ho ol September, 1969
47". Riltmnre Wax'.
'oral Gables, Florida
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M ITICB 18 HBRBHY GIVEN thai
. u di r Igm I. rti siring t
business under Ihe fictitious name "t
RICHARD \ riROSS at "' 1
Road Miami Reach. Florida
xx ill- Ihe Clerk
. I the "ircult '""i" 1 of 1 lade Cou '
In
11 \TED al Ml m Ih '
Septen
R> x MRdSS
STANLEY II IRC!! VRD
1-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRBY ci\i:\ thai 108EPH H VOI'NO
Ihe IH:. hi -Sim led d.s,|,r.e '.. Illgngl m .,,,,..., | ,- Ks IIII e 'f
business under Ihe fh-tltious nnme ..1 |.-|,,,., .,,.,. \[ Rnrtlc
SI 'I. CENTER, Ml'.. P.A. al 637 l'u-
1'i.ni Rlda Miami, Florida 33131 In-
to 3-10-17-21 tends in register said name with the
. 1 Clerk of tin- Circuit Court ..f Dndi
Count). Flnridi
SI .1 CENTER, M 1'
PH) iFESSIl INAI. \SSOCIATU >N
Sl'AKI'.KK \ND R" SK IN I' A.
ah..in. 1- for Applh
lull Rfsi'li) ne I '.ix d
Miami. Floi
' ...
9 ji; 1..
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
I VMES \\ II.I.IK URIFFIN
I".
JANNIK, M \E GRIFFIN,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SUTICE IS HBRERY GIVEN thnl TO JANNIE MAE GH
Kiied, deslrlnK 10 1 .. Mr- L"i e Allen
imi W 111 I...Men.
rd nl Miami, Florida, llili 6th I DONALiTjOHN GRB.\THOI'8B,
x
I ..!., A 1 Ii
RI'TH .' \cn
At i'x- n IX
1 publii lion of til 1
Ins f Oc'.i el
^
NOTICE I MDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIt 1: 18 HEREin GIY'BN I
It he ..in
|bu-ii ,,|
1DRS IIRODY AND KANE; I.ACR-
'''' R HRODY, !. ST VN-
|FORD KANE D.D.8, nl Dade County,
intend ii
h the Cl of ihe Circuit 1 'ourt
D ill c,,ui,n. Floi
IOD> Wl KANE
1 'i:\TAi. ASSI 'I I ATKS P A.
Dade Counts. Florida
" VRRER AND Rl ISK !\ P A,
' lorn, x H f,,,- Applil ants
Risen) in- I'.. 1 il
Miami. Florida 33132
Lfl 10-17-21 31
Deli .id.,in
T< I" NAI D J( 'II'. tlUE VTHOI'SE
K. lorn VillaK' Traih r Park
-.. South Ix. x loin >.'. 1
Mi unl ".in. :. Mi, hi.
Vi 11 I" 'NA I' JOHN ORE \T-
Hol'SI are hereb) not Ifleil thai a
. nt for 1 ox. rce has
been I nt you nil you
required lo terve ... i"Opy of your
' I ". lie I '..11 Ol
Plalnl Itorney,
PAl'L KH ii'M:- 1
..1 1.,1111 I.. .,, Ii Klot Ida 331 19 and file
i:m.il A 1 .\v er or i
flci ol 1 he 1 'lei k o Ihe I 'h 1 uil
1'. in ....... before Ihe 14th da) of
\'i x. ml,, r. .- |f you :.. 11 I...... so,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HER!
:ii. ii-
. i.usii -- undi r Ihi.....- "
,., (.-I ORIDA DENTAL I \BORATOR>
1 S.\\ r.inh A vi Miami. Fla
.....
tin .'-. rk of ui '
Dade Counts", Fli
VA1.ENTI ..'-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH M' ""'
.... 1
,..... lb, 1 11
II |IUsit 111 ..... the flctil u
. disc, iC\T STI IRB8
., 11 b \.. Surl idi Fla Ii
1:. 1 s 1. x. H
s,"e York
Vi 11. JANNIK M VI', GRIP
' ll"J I '
,
fiaml. Florida this 2nd m Ana,
-
MEDCi ST' "RES INC .
1111 LIP GI.ASSMAN, Pn
...
: ,
,.)sfot Vppl
I -
I

nl by defaull >\ 11 lie Inki TRAVELERS VSSOCIA
builders9 f
CALL 373-6576
x for Ihe r, lief di innndeil
Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
ich u !. 1 1 four consecutive >*. < .
in THE JEWISH Fl I IRIDI \ \
DONE AND ORDERED .1 .Miami.
Florida, thh 3rd da) ol 1 ictober A I
.
E, II LEATHER.M 'N I
1 n uil Court, I lade 1 "ounl i. Florida
05 J C smith
1.. puty Clei Ix
11 'Iri nit 1 "ourl Seal 1
PAl'L KWITNBY
4'J" LI......In Road
Attorni x for Plaintiff
Miami I l.a. Ii. Fla.
1" I" 17-21 11
TloN 11 '
l(l n ,.: .1 vi H "',| I '
lends to reKistei
Clerk of thi Clivu Cnui Dade
County. Florid 1
n.1,1.1 RAI I II OLD. v
7,.,1 Cnui-. s. Hid- Miami
lit
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRBRY GIVEN thnl
Ih, undi rslRncd 1 >'"
m business under Ihi fl llth ui 1 ami
, 1 RAINBOW DENTAL STI'DD
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Florida Fiiday, October 17. 1969
Section B
AJC Hails Oregon Supreme Court Decision
KAI.KM, Ore. (JTAl The
on Suprem Court, in a
precedent-setting decision, re-
ft rsed a position ii had taken
|l; -t F( bruary and ruled that ;\
; ctrically lighted ci as
E r. city park
si e re mow i. Th court tints
firmed a 1967 Circuit Court
< orderin its removal on
t grounds thai its < n ction
\ ai d tin' city chai ti r. The
1 A-er court did n it rule on the
i stituttonal Iss i -. and it- de-
was reversi d by a -l-.". vote
S iprem ( >ui t last K. b-
' irj after th Cil I .. j a>-
I ealed.
At the requi st ol th 10 plain-
i only one of w horn was a
|J w, th< high co it gra it d a
i hi aring, ai whi :h arguments
I \- 're presented by Leo Pfeffer,
cial counsel of tit" American
." wish Congress, who served as
lef attorney for the plaintiffs.
'. le chairman of the Depart-
til of Political Science at
1 I 'tis: Island University, ho is an
[a thority on church-state law.
Mr. Pfeffer. who hailed the
i turfs ruling, said it was the
first case in which the highest
i irt of a state had considered
the constitutionality of erecting
a cross or religious symbol on
public land. He predicted that
t decision will touch off a
series of suits challenging th
dis] lay of religious symbols
incudlng nativity scenes during
the Christmas srason on public
property. A suit fil d in an ef-
fort to prevent the election of
the nativity scene displayed an-
nual n the ellipse, a govi i n-
"i iit own.,: park adjoining the
White House, was reci ntly dis-
Issed in the Federal Di
Pf- ii said. The d >-
cision will be appealed, with the
;' n lying on I
Th District ol Colu n-
bia Court ol Appeals will tx
aske l fo make a ruling before
the Ch, ..'ii as si ason.
Alfred T. Goodv it 's
ig oi inion ol la I F
; is upl i Id in the Supi
' 'urt's 5-2 di cision. H ha !
taki I. the positi n thai thi
!- : a cross was a "reli ius
activity" and thus violati d
the U S. and the Orej
titution's provisions I an ing
aid to n ligion.
"Whether so intended by the
City Council or not." Justice
Goodwin had declared, "the
city's participati n in the display
has placi d the city officially anil
visibly on record in support of
those who sought government
sponsorship for their religious
display. No doubt the mayor and
til wi re n sponding to pop-
ular demand," he said, "but it
was to pr< venl this kind ol re-
- ons to majoi it.,- pn ssure that
the establishment clause of the
First Am ndment was wi Itl n
'' deral Constitution."
'' ln8 th U.S. Supreme Court
"icision on Bible-reading and
Piay. i- in ti-,. ,mbnc schools,
' -' li Goodwin said, "Govern-
'"" "I ha no more right to place
a P> I Ii i k al the di
th<' majoritj i a poi ilai n -
hgio lisplay th in it v
have to pi t a light, d cross on
the city hall si r sponss
to a n fi ii ndum voti .
"The v,
ti in of hurch and state
plui II itl t; is to ke i
majoi ity from
pow to obtain govei i m
aid igainst rian re-
ligi ius ol servanci s," hi said.
The 51-foot inks, which was
i asl in concrete with built-in
neon lighting, has been a source
of contention since its construc-
tion five years ago on a hill over-
looking the city.
Dr. Masiko To Accept
Chautauqua Society Gift
The expansion of a program to
f ster a better understanding of
| J a ism will lx' announced at the
Nuional Federation of Temple
|Bi itherhoods' Fall board meeting
[in the Fontainebleau Hotel Thurs-
day night, Oct. 2 '.
Dr. Peter Masiko Jr., Miami-
I Junior Coll ; pn sident, will
ally accept the i sident lec-
t ship in Judais i endi wed by
: Jewish C a Socl -ty,
as a libi arj I Jud lica to
I ; n si tit' d bj 11 I> ii Port s of
< i coe, III., JCS chancellor at a
honoi ii ife members of
ii ty. t\il!- ; en irses
e lai-m are ing endowed by
t sow ii i at s~ lit > imivi r-
v -. including the University eif
a. this year.
i Not Idly By" and "Call
t ns< ii nee," t : .. ti Ii vision
s films in c '. 11 be pn -
\. d at th, dil
Society assigns rabbis to
I ture on Judaism on imitation
t 'li.'L-is and Christian church
-. ''.mate's Jewish reference
i ks to colleg rai ies and pro-
1 s motion ; I -s for public
e television.
hoods with a total membership of
about 70.000. Representatives of
nine Miami area Brotherhoods will
participate.
Wednesday night, the opening
meeting will be addressed
by NFTB president Milton i:
Harris ... Pittsburgh, and execu-
t
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N
la; i Fri-
sessiona will atti nded by
i than 200 J aders and
ir wives from all parts of the
'.ed states and tnada. An af-
ite of the L'ni in of Amei
ew Congregati ins the NFTB
- 500 mple Brother-
Barnett Breeskin Guest
Miami Beach Sympony Orches-
i .ml Summer Po Symphony
luctor Barnett Breeskin will
the guest of Miami Beach
' inch 1059 ..: The Workmen's
1 ii' at its 8:30 p.m. Saturday
;iiii; in the Washington Fed-
1 ii at 11.13 Normandy Dr., which
Will be followed by a social hour.
DR. PITER MASIKO, JR.
; -. director SyNan Lebow of
New V irk. Mr. Harris will also
tk at a sped ii Friday night .
s .. at T tuple Beth Sh il
Mi inii ilia, ii, Oct. 24.
The committee meetings Thurs-
di v,.t -d to stn :u:th. ning
'. progiamming, will be
: : i>,- a luncheon at which
LAHC pn sid< nt Rabbi Alex-
. Schin 111 ol N w York will
be th -" spi aker. JCS meet-
ire ': .kilo! Friday, with 12
tun is set to eva
the impact of the Chautauqua pro-
gram it ncheon mei th
mbers Jack
r of Temple Israel of
Gi i imi and Harvey Horo- !
wits of Hollywood's Temple Beth
El are in charge of local arrange- j
merits.
CHICAGO i JT.\i An Is-
raeli diplomat speaking at the
ning of the. 41th annual na-
tional convention e.r the Miz-
rachi Women's Organization of
America, said that United States
support for Is:a, i is "based ..ii a
sober i stimate of America's in-
terests." The speaker was Ar-
thur Lourie, ambassarior-at large
ami member of the Israeli dele-
gation to the United Nat
The Mizrachi Womi n reo ived
m. ssages of gre< ting from Pi
idem Richar I M. Nixon, who
wi '" Mrs. Aaron !.. ii.-.. na-
tional pn sid nt, "Your
works n fle< i in fin st instincts
cl mankind and | lay a signifi-
1 nl rol in the pursuit ol
tic brotherho id an I
. My h. st wishi s for continui d
Si ccess and n t| pi ciation for
the noble work yo i a
A messa ji ii ci ivi d from I-
P i :'' rGol la 1. ii cited thi or-
tl m's v -.: k at ai inspir-
ing exi n ; : for all the II use ol
nel."
Mr. Lout i" had high prais I n
former President Lyndoi
Johnson, who supported [srai .
(luring and after the 19H7 war.
and for President Nixon, "who
i. fleeted all shades of American
opinion in the magnificent re-
ception accorded Prim.' Minister
Golda Meir In her visit I this
country.
"II" the Phantom |
pn.n.is. d by Pn sident I
are b ii g ,! liven d bj P
the i asic n ason is thai it
i- an American and not m
an Israeli interest that 1st
should be strong i i oug
ter aggri ssion. And ii' the Un I
Si tti has remaini d I idfas! :
ting Arab and S iviel
- for Isra I's withdi
From the ci ase-fire liro s ai
> turn to the status q
s the U.S. gi
< nvinci.! thai to do
'
of vii w as ii '.
: : i: ipe : I! I
the J ast." he obser
Shalom Chapter Celebrates
. thday part
ol Mrs. Sidt -.
:, ai 8:30 I
" i hi i '-.
s ion C pter 1
liti n 1 iratin;
thi first birthd 15 of its ;
' r, Tri-Sh 11 a B'nai B I
C.iils. Candlelighting ceren
wi re I" be follow. I by rel -
ments, gifts and awai
prizes,






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language aften fall into the huty,
of reciting prayers in j r.JU',in.
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Justice Department Asked To Oust Arab Exchange Students
WASHINGTON" ,.iTii :,..... I 3 MMVI"
WASHINGTON A
Jewish group proclaiming [taelf
the defender of Jewish lives and
protierty !n urban gbetto areas
baa petitioned the Department
of. Jjistkc T.i ousi Arab cultural
exchangi -i idents for allegedly
- p tabling io res-
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of the internal security division
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Friday, October 17, 1S69
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2,000 Delegates Gather In New Orleans
For 55th Annual Hadassah Convention
EW ORLKANS UTA I At
^ppening session of the 55th
al convention of Hadassah.
Vomin's Zionist Organiza-
^>f Ameika. its national
president. -Mrs. Max Schenk. ad-
dressing the L'.ooo delegates, as-
sailed the (!o.!h;' standard of i 's-
tioe in the l":iit. ,'. Nations, and
antt-pou rty ,:: an: ,|,i,-a-
i tio an.] aid : cnl r. arch.
IShe u : <) d thai ih "di laying
panties" i'i i:n\ .-v'M officials
ere!'.' : a r.n > i,i rn
si the Si th."
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pa M. '-.. to thee n\ .-
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allowing ? Irs S
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greet:: i .. ;'.. pcmiei
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Boi ; -ath ring,
reiterated h
ill in di I nej itiati
id said Mi Mc [r's visit to
^as toi rci th< .. d
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of t mth ac iviti< s
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as na ." She
said the opening this summer of
Hadassah's Riklis Youth Center
in Jerusalem was a step In this
direction. Hadassah trains youth
for leadership in its national
summer cam;), Ti I Yehuda in
Barryville, N.Y., and camps in
California, T. xas, Wisconsin and
N'ew Hampshiri. Mrs. Kalb said.
D -legat< s to th n tit n
als i heard Milton Himm. Ifarb,
din I'm ol the information and
' arch i ici s ol the AJ<
v itti i'. i| a si ssi in en J
cd ation.
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Motin; Sinai Hospital has an-
.otjpced the appointment of R.
"lie Freund as Director ol
Hlin'.eer Services. A graduate
Northwestsrn University.
Freund becomes the first
time professional liaison be-
n the hospital admmistra-
end the Mount Sinai Auxi-
w. Previously, sho was a
er in her own business
ng with the communica-
tions arts. MLs Freund also has
oBsd as regional manager
World Communications,
In civic affairs has been
lee of the Greater Miami
fness and Professional Wo-
s Club and chairman of
Internal Affairs Department
the Miami Beach Chamber
Commerce. <
NCJW Issues Guide
On Confrontation
NEW York (WNS) The
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, whuh sponsors a number of
social action and community a rv-
"' projects, recommended thai
maximum participation be sought
from those people served, and
'"at effort b< made to work out
partnership roles with newly-
formed local groups and coaliti ins
M "' ans to meet th con-
frontation tactics of Black mill-
tant o g inizati ins.
The Council not d that s ich tac-
''' s ar,. di signed primarily to tst
commitmenl of volunteers and
many dedicated people arc react-
ing with anger, frustration and
withdrawal. The better response
- to have the actual program ac-
tivities meaningfully reflect the
group's ; :ts in the fit Ids ol
I wi i k and community s r\
io the Coi i. said.
l.'-JSI war wlc'ows receive aid
ti m th Rehabilil ition Depnrt-
n ei t of the Israel Mlnlstrj of
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one of the many items collected from local merchants and
businessmen for the Annual Scholarship Games Night to be
held at the "Y", 8500 S.W. 8th Street, Saturday. Nov. 1. AH
proceeds go to the Scholarship Fund which helps needy
youngsters. Left to Right Mrs. Sidney Bochner. Mrs. Lee
Shapiro and Mrs. Sidney Pasternak.
Sorority Membership Party Saturday at th
The annual membership ice ^Irs- K'chard Labovitz, 7473 SW
' rty will be held by D Ita 82nd St. Preside! f ti Al
I I Epsilon S .rority from 1:30 to iatioi
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The Beaux Arts Committee of
emple Judea opened their week-
ng art exhibit Sunday evening
Ith a cocktail party. Its tempo-
try chairman. .Mrs. Louis Schnei-
nnnn. greeted guests in a black
j rsey pants ensemble. Her waist-
-kimming tunic top hail a decollete
- ooped neckline and flared out
into an A-line over the hips. The
tared line was repeated at the
ottom of her trousers.
Mrs. Irving Golfman chose a red,
' hite and blue knit with encir-
cling lines. Her dress was sleeve-
h ss and had a high cowl neckline.
Tel-Aviv native Miss Hanna Iz-
back wore a print jersey in multi-
shaped ovals of black, silver, gold
- nd brown with a high scoo|>ed
cckline gathered with radiating
lines and long full sleeves ending
i:i a cuff at the wrist. The white
a mil sheer worn by Mrs. Louis
i stman buttoned down the front.
Its lull skirt was snugly belted at
^ le waist.
A bright yellow knit was seen
i i Mis. Lee Harris. It featured a
high V-collar, pocket flaps at the
st, a belted back, and sold
buttons for the double-breasted
line. Mrs. Seymour Blumenfeld
topped her white pleated skirl
with b soft blue-and-white striped
j cket which was belted across;
i.; h:j>s. Mrs. Lee Lebow's pants
ensemble was in navy blue silk
moire, with an elongated jacket
over i silver, pebble-satin blouse,
and iHtihiii" silver, shoes in the
modified boot style. ,
Mrs. Mort BfUin nthal chose a
oc I iti brown knit pants en-
.- nble with full, flared legs and
oversized pearls were knotted on
Kaplan, known to the art world as
her skimmer bodice. Mrs. Leonard
Greta Carmen, chose a sand-color
cotton lace with a modified bateau
neckline which was sleeveless and
skimmed the waistline. Mrs. New-
man Lindner's white jersey fea-
tured black and yellow in a geo-
metric print with black piping
across the bodice. Mrs. Mimi Ret-
skin's sleeveless, double-breasted
silk gabardine was sand-color with
gold buttons, and featured the
belt line across the hips.
Mrs. Seymour Simon's grey
lame pants ensemble was quite
1 glamorous. The color of lutecia
mink, it had a long tunic jacket
in the high empire line. A cham-
pagne colored lace knit was the
choice of Mrs. Eve Axelrod Rosen.
Self-belted, it had a Jewel neck-
line and long sleeves. Mrs. War-
ren Zundell accented her dark
brown jersey skimmer with gold
ji wdry.
Rabbi Scfiiff Conducts
Douglas Gardens Services
Sabbath s vie
ducted bj Communitj Chaplain
Rabbi Sol l: '
Auditorium ol the Jewish Home
for thi a I (Douglas Gardens)
at 151 N\V 52nd St., at 8 p.m.
Friday.
The si rvii w ill b I illowed by
ar. oncg Shi I aturing soci-
ologist, social work, r ." fi d
Manhi im S. Shapiro, i xecutive di-
rector of the Bun au for Careers
In Jewish Seivice, a joint effort ol
35 national Jewish organizations.
Mr. Shapiro, wli bus appearei
frequently on radio and toll vision,
has lectured throughout the nati >n
and has spoki n bi ton national or-
ganization meetings, at universi-
ties, synagogues and churches.
The German Jewish
Albert Ballm, was responsible for the '
American-German shipping agreements
of 1912 which un i pied to elim-
inate unnecessary competition among
shippers betu-een the United State! and
i Germany. German U-boat scuttled the
agreement ami BjIIi-.i committed tui-
cide ni 1918 following Germany'i
military defeat.
Working on Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood's annual
membership party which wiii oe held at 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the social hall of the temple are, loft to right. Mrs.
Stanley Abrahams, visual aids chairman; Mrs. Harry
Cohen, hospitality chairman; Mrs. Martin Pollak. mem-
bership vice president, and Mrs. Murray Skup, president.
Highlights of the evening will be a book review presented
by professional book reviewer Sophie Primak. on Philip
Roth's controversial best seller, "Portnoy's Complaint."
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Friday. October 17. 1969
IV
Beth Am's
Murray Dubbin Is
Tempi
Breakfast Speaker
Stato Representative Murray H
nubbin will ho the guest speaker
at the first congregational break-
fasl of the new year sponsored by
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood in
ihc temple's social hall at 10 a.m.
Sunday. Bernard Goodman, presi-
dent of ihc Brotherhood, lias an-
nounced. His subject ili be "The
New Face of Florida Govern-
ment."
A native Of Miami. Hep. Dub-
bin, who was educated in Florida
universities and is a member of
the Florida and Dado County Bar
Associations, was elected to Flor-
ida's House of Representatives in
19fi.'i. He is chairman or a mem-
ber of eight imiiortaiit legislative
committees in .Tallahassee, but it
is believed his greatest success was
achieved as chairman of the House
Committee on Constitutional Re-
\ ision.
The public is invited to attend.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing the temple office.
The State of Israel has the
highest per capita book produc-
tion in the world.
The estimated cost of two
days' shelling across the Sue/,
(anal is 11.5.000,01)0 (almost
.SI.500.)
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Connery, Albert Sharpe, Janet
Munro and Jimmy O'Dea a story
of love and leprechauns set in pic-
turesque Southern Ireland at the
turn of the century begins its run
Friday in the Miracl -, 163rd St.
Palm Springs, Plaza Hollywood!
Byn ti and Boca Raton Theatres.
"Last Summer," starring Barbs a
Hershey. Richard Thomas and
Bruce Davl be seen at the
Miami Drivc-In. L7th Ave. Drive-
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"La Strada, n-.nnei of tin
Vcademy Award for best foreign
picture, with Anthony Quinn play-
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starring Richard Basehart yjid
GllllieUa Masina. is at the Park-
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showing at the Mayfair, Sunset
and Normandy Theatres, and the
Gavin Maxwell story of a carefree
olter. "Ring of Bright Water" with
Rill Travers and Virginia McKcn-
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The Barbra Streisand, Omar
Sharif starrer "Funny Girl" can
still be seen at the Carib, Twin 2
and Hallandale Theatres; "Oliver"
the -Best Picture of the Year'
is again held over at the Gateway
and Twin 1 Theatres.
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Claude Berri. author and director and Elisabeth Wiener and
Regine in a scene from Berri's "Marry Me! Marry Me!"A
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Beth David Sisterhood
Children's Fashion Show
A special children's fashion show
drill Ik- featured at the Beth David
Congregation Sisterhood meeting
at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Mrs. Sey-
mour Friend, president, has an-
nounced. Beth David nursery
school children will model the
clothing, which will be furnished
bj Pride and Joy Children's shop
il S ith Miami, The shop's owner,
Mrs. Moie Ti ndrich, is a member
' he Sisterhood's board.
The mi i ting, devoted to the im-
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Bi th David, will be In Id at Beth
David South, 7500 SW 120th St.
The youth program discussion will
be Ud by the congregation's edu-
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HELEN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When Helen Goldhor married Jay Rechtschaffer al-
most 30 years ago, she exchanged a short name for a much
longer one. Born in Newark, N.J., she was the eldest of
fourtwo boys and two girlsin a very happy home. They
spent their summers at the Jersey
shore, and Helen has never lost
her great love for the water and
swimming.
To some girls, businessin all
its facetsis something quite out
of reach. But it was all the glam-
our in the world in a single pack-
age to Helen. The business world
fascinated her, and as soon as she
finished high school she marched
right out and got herself a job as
private secretary to a vice presi-
dent of Bambergers' Dept. Store in
Newark. But in a very short time
she was moved into a much more exciting and interesting
job. where she could meet interesting people (men.l as a
buyer of Ready-to-Wear. That's where she was working
when she met her husband. Jay, who was a dress manu-
facturer.
They lived in the country near Monroe, N.Y.. when
they were first married, in a big house with a huge bar-
becue and an outside dance floora wonderful place to
entertainand spacious grounds with a lazy brook wending
its way through. Helen was still enchanted with the busi-
ness world, and immediately became an integral part of
the dress manufacturing business, buying fabrics and de-
signing dresses. She loved working with her husband and
excelled in her job.
When their travels brought them to Miami Beach, they
fell in love with it and decided to make it their home some-
day. For a while they commuted, leaving Miami Beach
Monday mornings and returning on Fridays. Ten years ago,
they finally decided it was time to stop commuting and live
in their favorite spot year-round. They had been buying
Bay Harbour Islands property, and had come to the con-
clusion that they had so much of it, they should look after
it themselves. Bay Harbour is the greatest, Helen thinks,
and for two people, apartment living is tops," especially if
you are your own landlord (an opinion formed after living
in a big house!. She and Jay, who is one of the directors of
the First National Bank of Bay Harbour, belong to Temple
Ner Tamid. and Helen is what is called a "silk stocking"
member (the first to contribute when money is needed 1 of
many, many organizations.
The organization Helen is really concentrating on at
this time, however, is the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, of which she is a charter member. (By
the way Shari (Mrs. Larry) Silverman takes credit forget-
ting Helen interested.! Always active in the organization
which assists in the work at the Home, she has now been
elected its president, and finds working with the dedicated
women in this group a great experience. She lists her hob-
bies, now that she's no longer active in business, as her
husband, the Junior Auxiliary, swimming and reading.
She is always in touch with her family, to whom she
is very close. Strangely, she was the only one of her family
t > go into the business worldthe other three went into
the professional world. One of her brothers is Judge Henry
Goldhor, of Hillside, N.J., the oth^r is Dr. Herbert Goldhor,
director of the school library at the University of Illinois.
He:- sister, Hilda Lusky, is a school teacher whose husband
is the principal of a school. Her nieces and nephews are en-
rolled in such institutions as Sarah Lawrence, Harvard and
the University of Michigan, but she maintains a close rela-
tionship with them as scattered as they are.
Helen and Jay like to travelquick, spur-of-the-nioment
trips to Nassau and Jamaica for the swimming they both
adore, to places of interest in this country as well as to
Europe, and this year they went to Israel, where they know-
so many people now II se m- like going home. A warm, un-
::ning i>erson with many friends, H-lcn has a down-to-
earth attitude tint st od her in good stead when she was
in business. Siie finds joy now in having time to do things
such as being president of the Junior Auxiliary for
which she never before had the time. They expect to go
beck to Israel in the near future, she says, and she only
prays that peace will soon come to that troubled land.
ttfcplriUlor***7
Friday, October 17, iggg
Beth Torah's Sisterhood Sets
Book Review Wednesday
,\ review of Chaim Potok's book
The Pr< mise" will be given bj
educational director Abraham Glt-
telson at the regular meeting ol
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood oi
Beth Torah Congregation m the
social hall at 11:30 a.m. Wednes-
day. Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, chair-
man 0i books, library and publica-
tions, said the meeting will honor
Jewish Book Month.
The book review will be fol-
lowed by a buffet luncheon. Mrs
j Roy Marbin is Sisterhood presi-
dent
Coral Gables Chapter Coffee
Coral Gables Chapter of Pioneer
Women has scheduled a member-
bring-a-member coffee for 11 a.m.
Wednesday in the home of Mrs.
Leo Plotkin. 6080 S\V 63rd Ct The
chapter's president, Mrs. Moses
Meyer, will preside.
Karen I- Hodor And Harvey A. Matter
United In Saturday Marriage RitPS
Karen IrU Hod.w becar ^^ ^ h
bride of Harvev A an Ma ,;.,,;, w1 U
unlay. Od IV -. sw B2nd St.
Hot. .
Sat the 8 p '> -;

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enco and i M ster o Arts
. from Ohio State Un.ver-
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Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, tot!*
daughter of Mr .nd Mrs Sidney
Hodor. 9315 SW 77th St.
Now associated with United Pur-
-. inc.. the bridegroom, who
is the son of Mrs Shirley Malter.
615 84th St., M^mi Beach and
the late Sol Malter. obtained his
bachelor's degree at the University
of Florida, and is a past presidenl
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The bride's sister, Ellen Hodor,
was her maid of honor. Barry
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fJewisti Meridian
Mrs. Yaffa Dermer To Speak
At Women's League Meeting
Israel and Its Future" will be
5, Yalta Dormer's topic at the
regular meeting of Lincoln-
Miami Beach Chapter, Women's
*' : for Israel at 12:30 p.m.
' u sday in the 100 Lincoln Road
"lub Ro m. The proup will also
h i iscuss philosophy. Entertainment
will c givi n by Benjamin Dick-
ian, president of the Mandolin
rchestra, and Harry FVman.
Hostesses for the afternoon are
Ceil Yuloff, Use Shiftan, Sarah
Kunin, Rae Tone, J< nnie Dressner
and Leah Warren. Chapter presi-
dent is Mrs. Rose Dellerson.
Page 9-B
Delegates to Ihe 55th national convention of Hadassah in
New Orleans Oct. 12-15 from the Miami Beach Chapter in-
cluded, left to right, standing: Mesdames Henrietta Fine,
Isabelle Slavit, Anne Levy, Pearl Elkin, Joseph Epstein,
Benjamin Steinmuller, Rachel Gold, Martin Harnick. Hvman
Sisterhood Fashion Show
Membership chairman Mrs. Ja-
cob Chernofsky announces that the _.
Sisterhood of Young Israel (jd ICmple ZKM Mr.-rWS. Club Llllttlial Society
1 sponsor its The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Tern- c j *-,
pie Zion is sponsoring a cocktail ( ~<*nedllles Concert
party at the temple, 8000 Miller Thc lirs' Miami Beach Cultural
Chabner, Sol Greenberg, Irvin ShGpiro, Alex Dellerson
Mortimer Litt and Toby Schachter; seated are Mesdames
Samuel Silverberg, David Reinwald, Sam Ruban, Philip F.
Thau, chapter president who led the delegation. Jack
Kunis and Sidney Monford.
Greater Miami will sponsor its
11th annual membership coffee
find fashion show in the social hall
at 990 NE 171st St.. at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, featuring "The Total
Look" in fashions by Nettie Ur-
bsch of the Ann Kay Shops, a
Chinese auction and other games.
?.lrs. Leonard Sidersky is Sister-
hood president.
Rd.. at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, with Society concert of the 1969-70 sea-
music and dancing in addition to son will be held in the Assembly
the refreshments. Hall, 7f>5 Washington Ave.. Miami
' Beach, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 25, society president Allen A.
Dworkis has announced.
Pioneer Women Club 2
Mrs. Rose Marcus and Mrs.
Sarah Sporn wiil be honored at
lie season's first Pioneer Women
Cub 2 luncheon at noon Sunday in
the Forte Towers Restaurant at
1100 West Ave. The group will
t:old a regular meeting at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Washington Fed-
eial. 1234 Washington Ave. Chap-
t< : president is Mrs. Frances
lackar.
North Shore Auxiliary, JWV
North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
677 will meet at the Washington
Federal. 1133 Normanely Dr.. at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. On Sunday,
Oct. 26, the Auxiliary and Post
will have a picnic at Baker's Haul-
over beginning at 1 p.m.
Harriet Horowitz Speaker
Harriet Horowitz will be the
guestt sjR'akcr at the next regular
monthly meeting of Miami Beach
Women's Group Chapter 519, B'nai
B'rith. Tuesday noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Charles Beatty is pres-
ident of the group.
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Residents of North Bay Village
ire cordially invited to attend the
8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday
services of the North Bay Village
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Beth Tov Sisterhood Social
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ANOTHER WORLD
The guests of Howard and Shirley Trinz said
that their party was like being in another world.
They had a shindig at the Royal Biscayne
Hotel on Key Biscayne. It was an informal even-
ing with everyone in pants. What did the fat
girls do? The pool area lent itself beautifully,
its righl on the beach, The long tables were
decorated with black pots filled with red canl-
ixiavd decorations, The buffel table was hung
with fishermen's nets. Nobody fell in the pool,
they pul their liquid inside of themselves, Hoi-
aids sister and her husband Sidney and Nita
Geisl who live 1 stones throw away 1 Jacksonville 1
flew in for the party. Shirley's sister, Lois is
now living here with her husband, Dove Cohen.
Among the guests were Paul and Dee Clla/er. Dr.
and Mrs. Leonard Holmes, Dr. and Mrs. Morton
get/. Rabbi Steven Jacohs and his wife Ginger,
the Howard Fishers, the Leonard LurlaS, Harry
and Marilyn Smith. Richard and Linda Brick-
man. Burton and Fran Levey, Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler.
Lighted torches made the scene plenty groovy.
NOW YOl" CAN CONGRATULATE THEM
Joseph and Anita Bernstein went to Van-
couver, B.C. to celebrate their 40th wedding
anniversary. All of their children and grand-
children live there. There was a lovely dinner
party given for them by their three wonderful
children. Jack and Marlenc Cohen, grandchildren.
Jacqueline Karen and Jeffry. Frank and Maria
Bernsteiik and their son Neil, and the second
son Stephen Bernstein. They hail the party at
the Cohens ami all the guests w*re the people
that the Bernsteins have mcl over the years when
they have visited Canada. No generation gap!
Their sun in-law made a toast that made the
tears fall, lie said ii was a great pleasure 1 1
have them and they were all happy to have
known them all of these years. There was cham-
pagne "flowing like water." The weather was
beautiful, the grounds were lovely, and it was
quite a thrill. Net that Anita is superstitious but
she wore a gold dress because she would like to
celebrate their 30th anniversary, there too.
BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS
It is not so easy to play goll between the
rain drops but Robert and Ruth Merritt manag-
ed tu get in a few holes while they were in Ash-
ville. N.C. They went there to celebrate their
25th wedding anniversary. Ruth was fascinated
by the montains which she hai'.n's seen since
She was a child. She literalj watched the leaves
turning. On their way home they stopped in
Gainesville to see their daughter Rosalind and
their son Roger and his wife Madelyn. They spent
a wonderful evening in Atlanta with MadelyrTs
parents. Mr. and Mis. Arnold Farkas. It is I
round robin kind of anniversary.
NO DECORATIONS NO FLOWERS
Linda Getclman was trying t 1 ha\e a surprise
paitj lor her husband Michael. He just hit the
magic age o! thirty. So she didn't get any "Happy
little birthday things" or flowers for tear he'd
find them. But he found one anyway. He adored
the party even though it .vasn'1 a surprise. Linda
shipped their little one-. Mark, Marcie and
Debbie away lor the evening. It was a good thing
because they no doubt wouldn't have had any
sleep. The company slaw* until throe o'clock.
Linda made everything to eat her husband liked
including her fancy hois d'oeuvres, The birth-
day cake had three candles on it. They weren't
such fancy candles but there was one for each
ten years and the cake was delicious. It's a good
thing no one wanted to think because between
the yaking and the stereo there was no quiet. It
was the night of the Dolphin game and it seem-
ed that company was straggling in all evening.
Linda's brother Bruce Conan whose engagement
to Maxine Dulx-n u. at school but Maxine was there. Among the
other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry I.andy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rifas (that must be Ruth
and Dave Rita's little boy.' Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Sicgel. Mr. and Mr-. Mush ill Stern. Mr. and
Mrs. Mel ScholniCk, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Kluger,
Mr. and Mis. Han Ward. When you are sixty
Michael I'm going to write about your birth
party and sco ii !!'> j until three
o'clock.
DO FOB EVER WONDER
Where are Aaron and Marcie Kanni
week-ends and the youn> [tanners Lewis
Marcia? The tour ol them have tickets tor the
football games at Gainesville. So that's wl
A iron and Marcie went 1 1 lob' ite ''' r loth
wedding anniversary. To ti" football game in
Gainesville. That's win re they went on th ir
honeymoon and they are si il ill ol the
blockgames. Lewis and Marcin arc "chips off the
old block." as the saving goes. Fabulous 1'
stays at home and keeps 1!'" home fires burning.
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DANNY URMAN
Danny, the son of Mr. and Mis.
n Urman, 353 W. -17th St.. Miami
ich, will become Bar Mitzvah
during the 8:45 a.m. services ol
Ti mple N( r Timid on Saturday,
' tot. is.
Danny, a student at Nautilus
.i r High Schools, attends Ner
tid Religious School.
A reception in honor of the
'rain will bo held by his par-
- In their home.
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ELLIOT LEVER
Kllioi the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Snm > Levi r, 450 W. 65th St.. Hia-
h, will i ecome Bar Mitzvah al
Temple Tifereth Jacob Saturday,
id a.m. services
Elliot is a Btudi nt at Palm
Si it a .' ..... !:. '-. S hool, when
. is In th eighth gi le,
A re he lebt ant s
I I bv his parents
.. iht-ii S rdav i v nin
. ,: gram at
I Mi : ': Rotter ol
, .'. Wis Mrs. I Wi
is pa i Imotht r.

JOEL .] u l ::::
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Gal
Straus, the
- Mr. rs. Harold G.
5, wi e Mitzvah.
Ai i ighth gri tii Shi nandoah
iol student,
of th
its land ;' stt'dies
ry in the L'ni-
196' mple
Hel ri he
nt, Joel, who
s cd
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Jew -
i Ed test for
Igh school stui
es, thi
red at a I inch-
- \ Joel's
half-brother, Robert, who will
come with his family from Tampa
to help celebrate the occasion.
* i
GERALD SHAPIRO
Gerald Wallace, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Shapiro, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion on
Sat unlay. Oct. 18.
An honor student al West Miami
Junior High School. Gerald plays
violin in tin- school's orchestra. He
is the holder of the Purple Belt in
judo.
The Kiddush following th'1 serv-
ices Saturday will be sponsored by
i Ill's parents in his honor, and
they will hosl a reception Satur-
day night ;;t Vis caya.
Mis. Anna Shaoiro and Mrs.
Esther Wallace, the celebrai '-
thi s. will bi imi the
norcd tests bration.
PTEVEX PODNOS
Stevi n i' ni '. t Mr
I ,
Mitzvth srv-
S;>t>irda Oct I
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Dick m
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XELSON < \:i D
i. the son ol
Gar field. 834 \ I th
Bar M'tzvah al
0 Olon iatu >rn-
Oct 18
ii eiahth .:
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the Pn sid >nti'>l I
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bo hosted
by elebrant's parents
hor
the hoio lests
he c I ition will be Mrs M tr-
GHMLD SHAPIRO
JOEL KAPLAN
Joel Jailer
sohw^ "*-*,-,s*v2r artfsss
mother, and his uncle and aunt, Oct. 18 a iner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, o<
who will come from New York
for the occasion.
North Dad
conducted by Rabbi Ralph h
ley.
David is an eignth grade st
it J .. ; K nncdy J ::
School, and bt longs to its S
( lub. He has b "; '"
l np Award and an awai I in
DERRA LEEDS
Debra, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Leeds of North Mi
ami Beach, will observe hor Bal
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega- Archery,
tton Friday evening, Oct. IT. David's ran i
Debra attends John F. Kenneiy ception in their homi
Junior High Scho .1 u the Harol Atl i
d Mrs. 1
and Whit. Plains, \.Y .
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Wi Ik R igious Sch iol of B th Ihe c
she plans to
tinue her Jew is ; i n.
the h mo tests at
.., 5 will bi th
grandparents M
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Joel, tli I M"s
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B ': T Harold VV
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i ... 5 edt tion.

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David, th
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Friday. October 17, 1969
College Of Jewish
Studies Courses At
3 Bureau Branches
The College of Jewish Sti
courses will be availabl this -
son at U-M's Hillel House, B ,
: irah Congn gation and the :-
flees of the B r au of Jev isl
cation at 940 Lincoln R I. :
president Leonard Zilberl
not'need.
Among the courses offered
;. i ol the three I ranch s \> il
Pra i 11 ik Hebrew," "Con\ : -
nal Hi brew." "What Wi
". j \ '." "Great Momi nts ii .
ish History," "Israi l Toda
Ton'.,; row," "S< \ and ,
K ,:-ii'y Life." "Methods ol .
in the Wi ekend Scho
I i \, Ul| an classes, Bib
. |i rn Hebn w Literati
,d, J" ';'> Litut
nd Lesson Plai
c.;urS'S .'.ill b
ci dil thro !
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of
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Israel Medical Association
Sets 8th World Congress
A special l am i f doctors and
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STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967, we've
been featuring steak on our Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests have said occasional!/,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2.45? You folks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's always on our dinner menu only $2.45 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!

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Friday, October 17, 1969
Mayor Jay Dermer Bids For Reelection
This will be my campaign slogan."
The mayor listed the community
center now under construction, the
Heaitmobile. street lighting pro-
gram, his fi.^hl for the beaches and
for the tenant security bill, his
efforts to take polities out of the
city's zoning, the '.Mayor's Com-
mittee on Juvenile Problems" his
efforts to fight pornography and
smut, and the successful 'Opera-
tion Re-Entry," dealing with drug
Gr*t*Il<* C-ilIl(li and copied in 37 states, among his
accomplishments.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer,
who announced his candidacy for
reelection in a walking press con-
f< ranee, was surrounded by hun-
dreds <>f supporters as he filed at
City Hall and a large crowd of
followers and newsmen followed as
he walked to his 850 Washington
Ave. headquarters. He issued a
statement saying, "I shall continue
to fight for honestj in government.
For City Council
Jerome G. Greene, a candidate
for to the Miami Beach
Citj C il ii Group 1, is a mem-
i of th< Hi isi rban De-
velo] a [\ 1st ry Board of I >ade
( has rved vice
chairman oi thi wal
ncy. Currei bitrator
i : and
( on Servici Natioi al At -
i Arbi-
i Ass Mr. Greene, a
20-yi ai n sidi nt f Soul FJ irida,
i rves thi ji -.-. > Vi at ii nal Serv-
ici as i Ice | resident and has been
a mi bi ol the regional board of
1h> A .t:-I ii ::i r,t;i '. -ince
1960.
Mr. Greene listed in Who's Who
in World Jewry, has been active
in civic and social organizations,
and is the recipient of B'nai B'rith
and Red Cross community servici
awards. Residents of Miami Beach.
he and his wife. Isabelle are the
parents of one daughter. Adricnne.
Grenald Qualifies
For Council Seat
Pharmacist Bi ;i Grenald. who
hasqualifl dl Miami Beach City
Council in Gri ij 2. is a native of
Ki ntuckj ived in South
Florida 2! yi 'urrent y oper-
ating a< h drug
ston Mi !n a d is a so owner
of tlie A Lai ora-
tory. A Mason Shrim i. m oi
Miami Heaeh. '::' ,-r of Ctr.v.-
merce, Ameiican wish Congress,
Footlighters, i ,-a-Kind Club
and T< mpli Sholom, Mr.
Grenald is :< 'of the Uni-
versity of K and Notre
Dame Midship :. School. He
was an aid.' I A imiral during
his four yea is in til U.S. Navy.
He and his wife. Selma. are the
parents of Douglas, a student at
Miami-Dade Junior College, and
Susan, who is the mother of a six-
month-old daughter.
The pr. sident of the Jewish Na-
tional Fui d, Mayor Dermer has
ais i beei cti\i Ij i n] signing in
the Bonds for israi I Drive. He
and in- Y ffa, have
pledgi I their continued s port to
these worthv
Famous Restaurant
Begins 25th Year
After a three-week
closing, Miami Bea I
Restaurant, world renowned for
its Jewish-American cuisine, has
begun its silver at sary year
with another expansion program.
Two years ago, the restaurant
operated by Morris L< rner, v ho
founded ii in 1945 Mrs Lerner
and their partner, Harry Zucker-
man. at i>"l Washington Ave., ex-
panded by taking over the store
to the noi th for the addition of a
bakery and dining rooms. The
store adjoining the restaurant on
i the south has been taken over for
the pris xpansion program to
| enable 1 restaurant to add a
sitting ; and 120 seals in th
dining i is, bringing its total
seating i acity to 5:;o upon com-
I letion.
VVhi n Lern r I the
resta anrr.: -". yeai ag >, :t had
,i capa :' 70. Si th n 11 -
ad thro i the re-
peated visits of s I Ami ica's
btst-i i.i rtaii and
. I ,i ansion has
mad nous one ol the larg-
est i i nts in the South, ai d
it is \ liiy alone i,i the
traditi i high-caliber Jewish- j
Anii li in .. sin Among the well- :
known : inalities who may be
spott. I sampling a knish, hickory
smoke'. Long Island duckling,car-
tot tzir >. or blint/es are such
customers as Jimmy L>' ranti Ed
Sullivan, Jack! Gleason. Theodore
Bikel and Lome Greene.
Sam Gyson Guest Speaker
"Gemiles Chesed Help With
Dignity." the motto by which the
Hebrew Free Loan Society is guid-
ed, will be Sam Gyson's topic at
the organization's first member-
ship meeting of the season in the
.Miami Beach Federal Auditorium.
8th St. and Washington Ave.. at
s p.m. Sunday. Musical entertain-
ment will also be provided, found-
ing president Isadore Schwartz
has announced, and refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
\ ili d.
Oholei Torah Cited
By (J-M Professor
On Invitation I i Rabbi Sho-
lom 1>. Lipskar, prii cipal ol l Iholi i
Torah Day Scho S1 ick-
1< r, Univi rsity ol Miami profi -
rj School Ctin iculum,
- i nl da> at t
ating the standards
Studies cli-
ent. He rt-vic I the
... rx-fon '
prrs mal \isii ti ...
moi I taili d oval
Dr. Strickle!-. ted that
teaching methods and work i i
tent are of the sami a ibn found
in belter public 5. Hi was
espi lally i>l>as d by I id m-
tcacher ratio al I 9-1
the n lax d atmos
] Torah, for v eli
<.. mgenial studc-r.t-teachi
rapp :'
Dr. Strickle;- will bi the guest
speaker at the Parent-Teachers
breakfasl to be hi Id al the school
Sunday at 10 a.m.. Rabbi Lipskai
said. Ii';- topic will be !J irpose
Schools S el i.i
ami he will entertain qu<
(i on eli '.. ntai I
tion in an open fo The public
' to ati
Congratulations and the keys to a new Comoro are present-
ed to Al Budner. Jrrc^onville zone winner o: the Clean
S-,eep" national sales conies:, by (left to right Chuck i
son City Manager Chevrcie! Motor Div:,.on-Generc
Motors. Sam fcnby. Jr.. president-, Lttby Chevrolet, Inc.. c.
Ze:r. aeneral ir.ar.c____________________.
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Safety Committee Awards Banquet
The Mayor's Safety Committee
chairman, Zev W. Kogan, has an-,
nounced that its annual awards
banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday. Oct. 26, in the Algiers
Hott 1.
ftliami Beach Mayor and Mrs.
Jay Dermer \\j!1 be the guests of
honor at the banquet, and wil'
make the awards presentati< ns.
Chairman of th< a ards
AJCommittee Award Goes
To U.S. SteeC President
E :ar TV Speer, preside)
Unib d Stales Si I Corp.. ha? en
i ned i pi< n the
lean Jewish C
Relat ions Award .1 h is
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committee is Emanuel Mentz; Ted
Cohen. Howard Klohr, Loj Sam-
oels and William Weiss are assist-
ing in the preparation for this out-
standing affair. ;'or which music
and entertainment is being pro-
vided.
Dr. W. J. Blechmon Reflected
Arthritis Foundation President
Dr. XV. 3 Blechman ha? beei re-
elected president of the Arthritis
Foundation of Dade County, a
ted Fui gai izal loi wit!
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Hatikvoh Chapter Of
B. B. Women Meets
Hatikvah Chapter, B'
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A ter lunch, Mrs, Sara Helfand
will n view the book Thj 111
t. r's N'akedm ss,' by Myron Kauf-
M Ruth K. St' in i- is vici
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Senior Citizens Invite
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NOTICE UNDER
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Notice is HEREBY QtVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage .
in business under the fictitious names '
of MARTIN S BELLE, Ml'.; l.l'ls
LEGAL NOTICE
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No. 85418
In RE: lvsi.it,- of
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To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-! xost n GROUP at 1430 N. Bay Infant by
mi: i'l.inn or Demands Against jjald I Shore Drive, Miami. Kla. mik Intends I ARNOLD JAY KAYBand
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12907
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84683
Frank B. Dowling
In RB: Estate of
MARIA ISAMES ENGLANDER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
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Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
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which you may have against the es-
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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. 69-16804
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARI.ENB E. GARCIA,
Plaintiff,
vs
.MAX C. GARCIA
I >. I. inlant.
Ti l: JL'AN C. GARCIA
:'17T E. Gage Avi
Huntingdon Park
California, 902RS
You. .man C. GARCIA, are here-
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First publication ,,r iiiis notice on
the 17th ilay of October, HMD,
BBATTY& BCRCH
I Attorney for Administrator
1003 S.yl.ol.l Bldg.,
.Miami. Kla.
1" 17-24-31 11 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85299
in RE: Estate of
AHA GRINTHAL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS I HAROLD J.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- t'oral Way, Miami. Florida 33143 and; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said in,. \nv original Answer or Pleading the undersigned, desiring lo engage
Estate: in the offi......f the Clerk of the Clr- m business under the fictitious name
Vou are hereby notified and requir- ,Uii Court on or before the 14i1i da> ,,, DELAWARE APARTMENTS and
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tale of ADA GRINTHAL deceased against you for the relief demanded Florida intend to register Raid name
YOr. HAR01.I) WILLIAMS, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Adoption has been fiU-il in the above
styled Court and you are required to
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to show cause why said Petition
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and eopi.-s therein on the attorney
for Petitioners, BOL ALEXANDER.
Suit.- :il7. !! West Flagtar Street,
Miami. Florida, on or before the 30th
).*> of October, 1969 or appear in said
Court on the I7ili day o( November,
1969 at 9:1." a.m. before the lion..ruble
MILTON A FRIEDMAN.
HEREIN FAIL NOT. or the relief
requested by the Petitioners, shall be
grunted.
DATED this 23rd day of September
1909
E. B I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit i'oui 1
By: C. P, COPBLAXD
Deputy Cli r\,
\i 2fl in 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
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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. 69-17122
SUI'l r u.. i^. v .yrlCE
DASI.EN l:i IHAMAV LEE,
Plaint Iff
or tin same \\ ill bi harri !
Dull 'I ill Miami. Florida, this I lib
Ihj of Ictober, A I. 1969
Ml ISES .1. GRI'NI 'W ERG
As Administrator, C T A
Firs) publication of ibis noiii-e on
the 17th day of October, 1969
SIM. IN, HAYS & GRI'NDW ERG
Al torneys for Bstnti
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Miami. Florida 33132
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Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hj virtu.- of Chapter 67* Florida
statutes Annotated (1941 i VVat
u mi n nnd VVan huxi Hwi Ipts,
wherein ABE VAN LINES ii '
eorporation by virtue of ii rehousi
lii n has in Its possession tin fi
h cribed propi 11 >
i .i ii u hold goods ii Ih. iiropi i ij
R( ILI IE HAWK K\
i copy of your Answer or Plead- know.....Idress war I'" Boy
nig in iin mil oi ompiaint on the Ml Kl | and that m I day
I uili rue} i Ufflci f Novembci i dm
I'AI I. I'' i At i. Sum fan l'ui '
Xorthwcsi Mi .- u Miami, Florid! Ion..... and 2:"a In tin
nnii.....I Answi r ol t 2131. N.W 2411 Vv.nu Mian
co ..... Florida Ihe under,
me i iii in "int on or l>. ton the for i.ii, urn x ,i. r, I9i.li Ii >oU '"l '" '""l" llv
full lo .iin.-in.-ni lij di fault '\ "' 'LLI HAM KM
nsl } i n for Hi.
IICMl'i FRANKLIN LEE,
I lefetidatit.
Ti '. IIENR\ FRANKLIN LEE
.',ul i i n.....i
Detroit, Michlgi
You. HENRI I- KANKI.IN LEE. an
In i .in mil ifi. -I that a Bill of I 'om -
pi.....i Divorce has been filed
Hgamsl } "ii nil "in an n quired to
,ND. -\
I -1 Merl
hit, ni
Still-
ellel ilcma tin i .Ii Ol < '"lu-
ll, hi.
,1! be publish!
each i* foi '"in consecutive i ci
i.ii. JEWISH I i.i 'I: II 'I AN
I ii i.S i. AND ''ll 'ERED ill Miami,
Florida, Llli U i A I >.
Dated al
liclob
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g^Hvir-i.l.
lllfl >'- .
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sin.
^B^.Mil",M '
M B, Blnsbe-R
hivid, 71 141 X E 169th
Islilu
Harry 7:'. 9225 C .Bins .\nanii, Ftoi ma
Riversidi liu-ini.nl Ml Al lor Me} lor Plaintiff
K Ii LEA1 HERMAN, Clerk
t'lrcui I i ... i oum j. torida
II) MA KG I i...! i i: K i.\ i'
i i il. mi i "in beall
I'AI I. PI H.I.AI o
i..... ,n v\ ill Street
in
Kir
Herman. 82." ( Ili 81 M
Shi.
Back. 72. 144" S.W Slsl
Brside
gMary, 62, si:, x \V. 127th
hdde
>TEIN. s.in.in 1. 78, K-" X
i;i\ ersldi
ion. 77 '771 West Bay liar
Rlvi rslde. Int. rmenl Mt.
n I7-24-11I II
NOTICE Of ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84917
I IJE F.i i.i t. ..I
FB VNCES IS VBELI.E T< >M I IXSt'N
Deleasi I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ll i Vedltoi> ai il All I3 Hie
i 'hums or I lema lids Vi Said
i: lati
N i-u are hereby notified nnd requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you mny have against il.....s-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69 16876
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANTA P CEBBoNE,
Plaintiff.
v -
'i- \ MARA X CERBi i.NE
n. fi nduiil
Ti i: TAM.AKA N CERBONE
. i: i; Itumpf
ue
,
y,,u TAMABA N CERBONE
"..ni
lias
t you, anil you ri uuiri -1 to
py i ...
Bill of i on llli
I ......
'
ami fill the
he Clerk i
i'oui
Novi mbi H nil
Ll
against you the n lief de-
il. .1 ,n the Bill "i i"' mpliiini
i- pu
each -'.. for foul u e ceks
m THE JEW ISH FI ORIDIAN
Ii. i.XK AND >RI >EREI > al Miami,
In this loth da} of nbi r A.D
i: |l I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk
Ch n,i Court, Dade County. Florida
r. .1 .! NELSON
I., put} 'lerk
ii 'n mt "ourl Seal i
1..I: Ai'nsli > Building
:dn:i II "H, :."." S \V -lih
Interment Ml >' l>o
ma. I mt, 15 i" Euclid Ave .
rsiili- Interment Slur ol
Muri.l. RI, :-s i \ 17 153
m uili Funeral 'hup. I
Lakesldi
, 87, 14S5 X 17. 178th St.
Interment Mi Nebo,
1498 .1. I't'.i son Ave .
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVtNTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT
OF FLUKIOA IN AND FOH DADE
COUN I Y. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69- i/115
SUIT run DIVORCE
ADRIANA .1 Ai KSI IN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
JAMES B JACKS! 'V
Defendant. -
Ti i JAMES 1! JACK Si iX
;i"ni I louglas Street
i iin.ib.i. Nebraska 68131
Apill i in. 1.1 No. -"I
You. .i.,..ii.;s ii. jACKSON, are
hereb) notified that a BUI ..i Com-
plaint lor Divorce has been filed
against you, und you are required t"
_ ..... bcivc a copy oi your Answer oi
B;1J>yj'f, f, [46i8.\\ 10 Pleading to the lull ol Complain I on
the Plaintiffs attorney, JOSEPH C.
BRANNEN. M-118 biscayue Building,
III V\esl Flagler si. Miami, I'la 3313U
mid iin tne uriglnai Answer or Plead-
ing in in.- ..in. oi in,- Clerk ol the
i'ii.'uii ourl o.i or before the 17th
.lay of iNtil .in." r, 1969, H you lllll
in do no, juugmem '..y default will
be luki ; .- ii '' "
111 llllUllli 'I in tin till of i 'olnpl.mil
'i iiis noli. .- shall be publish) il .....
each week for four conseiutivi weeks
in i in-. ,i.... i.-. i i- i.......uaN.
In INE AN n i IRDEREI i
Flonds .this 15th da} ol i lobel
A H 1969.
,. ,. i.i: vriiKKMAV Clerk,
... 1 "III I. I lil-i" I "Uli
i ij .ii.\ i.i .i i.i: I i r. i\ i-.N I'
i., put} 'h i l.
n'iiAii i i 'OUl i Si al'
.ii ISBPH C IIKAXNKN
,\1 lls I'.i .-ay no Bldg,
,iland, I- li'Mii.i 33136
icy i"i Plaintiff
tale of FRANCES ISABEI.I.E TOM- \|.,'',, Florida
LI7XSON deceased late of Dudi County, Xttorn'e} tor Plaintiff
Florida, to Hie County Judges of Dade |{l i7-ji-::i n 7
Cimnty. and fib the same In duplicnl
.ami as pmvlded in Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, In their offices in NOTICE UNDER
the Countv Courthouse In Dade Coun- FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ly, Florida', within six calendar months NOTICE is HERHIO GIVEN that
iioin the lime of the first publication the undersigned, desiring to engugi
hereof, or the same will be barred. business uin"
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
Plaintiff
vs
MARIE CIER
I i.i. nil.ml
TO MARIE CIER
16 Bl iniili Vvenue
Wan i-u. Sew .I.i-. )
Yu MARIE CIER are hi reb> I "11"-
' ,1 1 Bill of Conn.I..mi for Di-
N,.i. filed againsl you, and
Nu lireil erve a cop} nt
li.Ul \ i PU '
n il plaintiff's ni -
. I: M A Y BRS
: dn : !2
..... PJ ''"
Clerk ol me
c.ii Curt
N'ov. m'.ei !
nil will he
relii
Itil Con
i.. -i
hi '-
: ,. .ii y ish FI OR1D1 \N
[gi\K VXD iRDERED al Miami,
, f Sept
A i "|*i I E \'' HBRM \N i"
,. oui Dadi umy. I
,' |- .' IPEI \N!i
I l "in y C|i
I |{ YERS

1
v .., ,.} foi Plalntlfl i(i s (
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
Tl'RNER KINDELL,
Plait tiff.
Dated al Minim. Florida, this 9th ROBERT G
,la\ ol i Ii inner, A I r." '
C M Ti IMLINSI IN
Ar Administrator
First publication of tin- null
the 17th da} of lober, 1969
E BHl'CE ALEXANDBII
Attorney for
M TOMLIXSON
I ISO S.W, lsi Si .Miami. Fla
la, 17 1
HENRIETTA KINDELL.
iidant.
r.. HENRIETTA KINDBI.L
, ,. lam, ne Williams
, the fictitious name ..t !t,"u,t,*
HYAMS Ml' at I C" N M >';''.',.' '''.": 'l N..,
.Bd^n^'wiVi;1 ,m"'!
i .. ,k h< n li> notified that a
.f ,.,.. Circuit Court of Dade Count} I I ""' '"' ""' '.......
ii Florida
ROBERT G IMAMS M I' P A.
SPARBBR AND ROSKIN I A
Ai torneys for Appllcnnl
. urn I'.is.av ai Blvo
Miami. Florida 33132
Hi la-17-24-31
Collins
Urn.
i-l siil.
Z, In Ha. I'.:.
Rlvi
M. Jim ph, -T 194 Wash-
e M B Riverside Int. i
S ii.. i
IN. .I..-. ph 69, 1027 Euclid
B N.....
IUM 8345 S.W
i iordon I : I 111.-Ill Ml
|ip. 70, nan w. i \v,.
irside In;, i in. ni Lake-
rin, ni I..,i,,
Vdn I -i 119J Mar-
\l H HI isbeig.
1830 Mel
Rlvi n Idi lui i in. ni Ml
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85287 Dowling
In RE: Estal.....
ROSE HERMAN
Dei .as.-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i. illt. ill Pel Hav-
ing i '1 lim- or i ii nut lids x.. i nsi
Estate:
Y..U ii re hereb} notified ond re
quired io preseni any claims and de-
mands \\ hi.'h you ma} ha i -
Ihe estate of ROSE HEB.M VN lie- : L. '" ,, ",x', V.'.ui'l and
. .! la'.,. ..f 11...!,- i '..ii ly, "la.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16644
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
cl.ll'l i i.N i: RAFF" IRD
'
\ i N.'X ii VRLEXE H lFF" >RD
I lefenda at,
VOf, N XNi'X I X I; I I.XK I! \F
I "i IRD. I
p..i i Huron, Michignii, in > n quii
,.ij ... file >"i- answer lo the com-
plainl for ihvon with Hi
, ju, und you are required to
serve a cop} of your Answer or I lead-
ins I,, the Bill of Cm-,.limit on tlie
Plaintiff- attorney, THOMAS u.
JOHNSON, Dt'NN AND JOHNStjN,
Hi; His, uvne Building, Miami, l-loinia
nnd tile ih, original Answer or Plcacl-
,,, ,h. office of the I lerk of the
dr. nil Court on or before the 17tn
\o\ember, 1969 It you fall >
ludgmi in by default will i--
taken ugninst you foi the relii t d< -
maiideil In the Bill of Complaint.
notici shall In published once
, ,, |, ivei !. for foUl "I .inn X......
... THE JEM ISH FI.ORIDIAN.
IH>NE XN|. ORDERED al Miami,
, ibis 3rd day of Octobei A u.
K i: LEATHERM VN, '"
Circuil Court, Dude Coiinl t FI I
in \l i: IV IXSTEIN,
it} Clerk
lerk ot ,,-,,,,, Ui S, ,,ii
;';:''y no
Hte "i........ ly, 'la, | ,,. ., HER.M VN COHEN, ., .
to [he Count} mty. ,.:s. l Congr. Bldg., Miami, Mt'
and file the snmi d ar Florida on in i.....n Noxembet l, io
provided in Section iX3.Hi, hjorlda ,,,,-,., ,,,. ,.N.....mplainl will I" taken
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY an r.X that
ffin-il. ii, siring i" engage in
ider Ihe flctltloui name of
REALTY at I luPont Plaza
Ilnmi. Florida Intends to re-
n.in. i, ith the Clerk of Hu-
rt of Dade County, Florida
7th day of October, 1989.
LTE SOITTHERN OF
FI>iRIDA. IXI\
(Sole Owner)
LDuI'ont Plasa Center
fanu. Florida n^isi
ll. 17-24-31 11 7
m 17 Jl 31 II '
Statutes, in ihi In Ihi r
i urthou In 1 Midi C unty, Floi
within si: eiidin months i"-m
.a (he in i publii lion hereof,
or the sain.- will he bnrrcd.
th
" Dated a I \i laml, Floi bin ihh
notice uNuw.. day "i' September, AD I
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MAN 11 UMAX
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BETTY .1 CCMMINC.S
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In As Exi u
business under the fictitious name ol First publication ef tins notice on
AHCO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS al the 17th da} of ......bi-r 1969
in.;.. S.W. 1st street, Miami. Sun, CLAUDE L BICHEI.aMd
201 intends lo register -aid name I MORTON ROTHENllERG
wilh the Clark of ihe Circuit Court of Co-Counsel
.is confessed
I 1ATEI i: ictober 7th, 1969.
i: II I .BATH BUM VN
Clei < i>l the Cir. mi Court
I'.i c p ,'. 1PE1 \N|i
in 10-17-24-31
Dude l^Kinty, Florida.
ARMANDO CORPAS
.".n!" 8.W. 76lU Avenue, Miami
lu, 17-34-31 II.
Attorney for Executor-
213 liiseay ii.- Building,
Miami, Florida
In 17 24-31 ll
COPY QUICK
NSTANT PRINTERS
OFFSET PRINTING PHOTO COPIES
While Vou Wait.'
Suite 8-A, M.B. Fed. Building
534-2916
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN c.lx EN 11
Ihi underslgm d, desiring lo i ngngi
business under the flctllioui 'names of
GILBERT B SNYDBR, M 1> : GIL-
BERT 11 SNYDBR. M I' P V nt
1150 x \\ l Ith si Miami, Fla.
intends to ri glster said nami w Ith
the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Courl ol Dade
County Florida
GIBERT B, SNYDBR, M l>
PR( 1FESSK 'N Al. ASS' ifil.X'I'li i\"
SPARBBR VND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
iin Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. I "in .
10 10-17-J4-IU


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Friday, October 17, 1955
TOP US CHOICE-WE STERN US GOVT. GRADED U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED
NEW YORK $
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OR HALF
FOOD
FAIR
GET EXCITING PHOTOS OF
AMERICAS SpACE SHOTS'
BUY ONE
GET ONE
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CHUCK
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64
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SUPERMARKETS
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICK'S
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FLORIDA OR GEORGIA GRADF FRESHICED 9fifec
Roasting Chickens^ZJ
Scott Paper Towels 3
SAVE white ASSOKTEP COLORS PECO*'C
I JUMBO $
Macaroni or Spaghetti 3' S 49c
SAVE 10< CABN-lON
Coffee Mate .* 69c
LYWS
Chili with Beans
SAVE 'iX
Lysol Disinfectant
SAVE UP TO 7c
Big "6" Cereals
3--0! SI
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SAFE lie M USE m 24... S1.77
EACH
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Creamed Cottage Cheese 33'
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