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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"(Jewish Flori
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Iv.

loncla
October 24, ISC;
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\rabs Accuse U.S. Of Sending Military Personnel
WASHINGTON (JTAi A
wave of anti-American fury
tunted in the Arab world this
weekend over charges that the
United States was permitting
its citizens to fight for Israel,
made Friday by Dr. Mohammed
H. el-Zayyat. permanent repres-
entative of Egypt to the United
Nations, in a letter to Secretary-
Genera] U Thant. Dr. el-Zayyat
charged that an "official state-
ment"' by the U.S. Embassy in
Tel Aviv confirmed that U.S.
:!i/ens are permitted to serve
:i Israel's arm.1 i forces without
losing their American citizen-
ship. He charged that this "does
not difer much from the method
by which the United States be-
gan its war in Vietnam."
A State Department official
said here that the charges, wide-
ly published in the Arab pies,
represented a "gross distortion"
of American policy and were in-
tended to incite Arab opinion
against the U.S. Officials here
disclosed that the U.S. Am-
bas idor to the U.N. Charles W.
Yost, handed a letter to Mr.
Thant denying that American
military personnel were serving
in Israel's armed forces. State
Department spokesman Robert
J. McCloskey said Arab allega-
tions that Americans are flying
U.S. Phantom and Skyhawk jet
aircraft recently sold to Israel
'are absolutely without founda-
tion and we totally reject them.'
The statement that aroused
Arab wrath was made by an un
named official of the U.S. Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv last week and
stemmed from a 197 U.S. Su-
preme Court decision involving
the interpretation of dual citi-
zenship. The official referred to
that decision in replying to a
question by an Israeli newspap-
er reporter. He noU 1 that th
Supreme Court had held that
U.S. citizenship "is not auto-
matically lost by performance of
certain acts such as serving in a
foreign army" or voting in for-
eign elections.
The State Department said
yesterday that a small but un-
known number of U.S. citizens
were serving as individuals in
Israel's armed forces. Mr. Mc-
Closkey expained that when a
Jew enters Israel under an im-
migrant's visa, he is aul >: itic -
'.y granted Israeli citizi i
h not lose U.S. citii n
ui li -- he form lly renounces II
The same applies to American
nationals in any foreign country
friendly to the U.S. Mr. McClosk-
ey said that Americans holding
Israeli citizenship are subject
to call-up for military service
just as the U.S. drafts resident
aliens into its own armed forces.
The 1967 Supreme Court deci-
sion was based on such a case An
American, Beys Afroyim. wt\ i
a s deprived of his U.S. ci'
Continued on Page 7-A
Five-Day Conventions Open For
Men And Women Of The UAHC
The 50th Ges -; Ass mbly of
i Union of Am lican Hi brew
rtgn gations i itral i mgre-
l '.ional body i i: rm Juda-
ln the i i States and
nada will o; n in the I' -
bli an Hol
- agi ncy of the UAHC, th
N ttional Federation of Temple
S sterhoods, will convene in the
Piaza Hotel. Miami Beach, Sat-
ui lay.
The major religious and social
Issues : our times will be ex-
I by th (1. ;ates to the
coi -.....h me ol \\ hich is
\ tar Syi igogu< for a
[in : Wo Id," and thi y will
fndertc to i t ncv
i aclloi > n vitalize c ingii ga-
an I ins; ire deeper
Jewish participation In all mat-
. .van.an concern.
Th fi\ -day convention will
be attended by some KW lay
and rabbinic leaders from more
Fighting In Israel
Shows New Pattern
TEL AVIV (WNS>- Fighting
in the Middle East seems to
have settled into a new pattern:
Israeli air attacks on Arab posi-
tions and mainly unsuccessful
incursions into Israel by terror-
ist groups, while Egypt claims
tremendous success in ground at-
tacks against Israeli forces.
In the latest example, Egypt
claimed a commando unit had
crossed the Sue/ Canal in the
Tort Suez area, took a heavy toll
of Israeli lives and caused se-
\ >re damage to military positions
with suffering any casualties.
The claim was labeled "a fan-
tasy" by Israeli spokesmen, who
ii they knew nothing of any
s ich raid.
Guerrilla rai is from the Jor-
dan met with little success;
most terrorist groups were in-
t rcepted by bolder patrols, and
last week was said to be the qui-
etest in n cent weeks.
No Israeli losses were report-
ed as Israeli jets continued to
hit Egyptian targets along the
canal and the Gulf of Suez in
an almost daily pattern. Terror-
ist bases in Jordan were also
the targets for jet attacks.
New Soviet Tanks Captured?
LONDON (JTAi The usual-
ly will-informed London Daily
Express correspondent, Chap-
man Pincher, has reported that
four modern Soviet tanks were
captured by Israel when it raid-
ed Egyptian positions on the
Gulf f Suez and sent to Britain
for tests. The report was denied
by both British and Israeli offi-
cials, but the newsman insisted
his report was accurate.
thai 7 ited congn
and a group of Christi
ious laders presenting th
... Cathi lie Church and a
v. le range of Protester
natioi been invil
th< L'AHC Commission in In-
i rfaith .\c'i\ it ': s to at!
i l.- i\ rs. Fatlu r Edward I
nerj the Council :' C
ips, an'. Rev. Lawren e L.
Continued on Page 8 A
Rabbi Schacter Deplores
Release Of Hijackers
NEW YORK (JTAi Syria's
release of two Arab terrorists
who hijacked an Israel-bound
TWA jet Aug. 29. forcing it to
land in Damascus was deplored
by Rabbi Herschel Schacter. the
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Organizations, this week, espe-
cially in view of the fact that
two Israeli passengers remain in
Syrian custody. Rabbi Schacter
sent a telegram to U.N. Secre-
tary General U Thant saying the
continued detention of the two
civilians is "inexcusable" and
demanding that U.N. efforts tj
secure their release be unremit-
ting and re-intensified.
It hail been announced in
Amman that the two hijackers,
Leila Khaled. 21. and Selim al-
Eisawi, members of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pal-
estine, had returned to their
"Chi' Guevara" unit at an ui
close.1 base in Jordan.
U. S. Studying
Details Of The
Soviet Proposal
LONDON IJTA I I
5 and Soviel
:: a Midi as; pi aci ttl
: I hi : it has
Leen reiwrted. The Ass
Pn ss did no! Indicate the i
i : its int.H mation bul s tid
V. scow's proposals wet
n Itttd to Washington h mi l-
June as a counter to a 13-j >ii
I .S. program advanced the ; r -
vious month. The pro] -
both Big Powers are under .i -
live discussion in Washington
by Soviet Ambassador Anatoly
F. Dobrynin and Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Near East rn
Affairs Joseph J. Sisco, accord-
ing to the report. The diplomats
hope to make mough pro
to permit U.N. ptace envoy Gun-
nar V. Jarring to resume his
mission In Arab and Israi li cap-
itals in the next month Ol
the AP report said.
The super-powers have reach-
i d some agi eem nts in prin .
but differ on many matters, the
dispatch Indicated. One of Mos-
cow's major proposals called for
the U.N. Security Council I
tablish a Big Four watc
commission to supervise Isra
withdrawal from the occ :
territories, the demilitarization
of the occupied areas and thj
garrisoning of potential trouble
spots such as the Gaza Strip an I
Sharm el-Sheikh by a U.N.-
ir.ternat
Id not l
, ; i Ma i ir Pov i -
.
lion to these i -
. .-. K i laimi d that I th th
; --... ai I ii -
, pted 1 for Is-
e '- withdi awal fr n i :; 1 d
territ ties." The United Sta; j
wants a tim 'table to be work d
out by Dr. Jarring: the Russ ans
Insist hat it should be spell
. it in advance. "Moscow ar.d
Washington agree that war
sh tuld bring no territ srial gain."
the AP said, ar.d the United
Stats is holding out :>: agreed
'.eider adjustments between Is-
. -i and the Arab states. Bo-
. :s are said to have agr
to leave the problem of Jerusa-
Continued on Paga 12-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
A!S0P 4.A Real Batata 13 a
Bar MitzvA h 128 People. Plac- j 103
Candleight 1D-A Sermon 1D-A
Cohen 4-A Synagogues 10A
D nir 3 10-8 TV 10-A
Engagen'tt 8-9B Weddings Woman's S-98
Obituar.ej 15-8 World SB
Women Adopt Multi-Million Dollar Budgets At Convention
NEW YORK (VVNSi Three
Of American Jewry's women's
Zionist organizations have this
year adopted multi-million dol-
lar budgets to further their ef-
I rts on behall I health, educa-
tion and social welfare projects
in Israel.
At its 55th annual convention
i New Orleans. Hadass.ih. the
\. .men's Zionist organization,
8 lopted a S12.062.724 budget.
' largest am Mini which $l>
illion was all at< I to the
I '.assah Meo. u I at ion.
Y th Aliyah l >rnational
child wi Ifare rm nt which
i i i\< s its n aji iport from
Hadassah, was to receive $2.1
million, and S750.000 was budg-
eted for Hadassah's vocational
education program. A ST0O.OOO
allocati n was made to the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Th- Mizrachi Women's Or ;ai -
i/..": i of Amei lea ad ipted a
S1.S65, KW bi'.dget at its 44th an-
nual convention in Chicago the
largi st In the history of the or-
ition, i'he funds will be
r> I by the women's religious
Zionist irganization In its child
ith aliyah, s tcial service
and v cational education pro-
Israel.
In W ishington, D.C., the Pio-
neer Women adopted the largest
quota in the group's 44-year his-
tory $3 million for a two-yi ar
[Kiied -at its 21st biennial e :.-
vi ntion. The 50,000-mi
Labor Zionist organization \ -
rts nurseries, kindergartens,
vocational schools, community
is and Arab women's i
In Israel, as well as a program
In bi half of underprivili gi
dren in the United Si it -
Th wives of the two Isi a
being held in Syria mad-' a I
appeal to the U.S
n and Trans V.
t work for the n li ase of 1
husbands at the Ha las
vi ntion. and a number
tions were adopted, inclu lit ,
on calling on President Nix n
to use the government's ii
. to persuade the Arab stati 3
to start discussions witl [9
'I he plight 1 i J< ws in Ara
and the hardshi] :. .
b Ji ws in the S > I
\> re subject! t! r reso-
lutii ns
Israel's id
in told t;-.< Piom 1
that it was unliki
ik inothi r war ;
ace w il l> .
1 10 yea -
Israeli
1 I : 1 ;: the Miz-
......,, ... [na) A.,. .
: Israi I was bas I
.ale of Amei
tsts an I xplai I 1
ngl n's a tions .
on its int si
Israel, si rtg 1 I
; n,
Israel's./
spol '
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I r .
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Friday. October 24, 1969
* Amisti McridlicJin
Paqe 3-A
Athens Airport Is A Heck Of A Place To Spend Three Hours
by JACK siKt.Ki.
The airport in Athens is sr heck
of a place to spend throe hours
waiting for a plane to Israel. A
hot place too. Especially when the
airline representative is not there I
;in.l the others you petition give
you a Balkan promise of "five!
minutes" every five minutes. Also,
when you're taking the same air-|
line, from the same city, which had (
been hijacked by ;\n Arab couple.
. luse it is hoi and crowded, it
i- hardly .1 place to onti nplate
1 : flight to
I y, 1 11; v

plane -
to of 1
t
<

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In
I no
i y. fai ns 1
l is irtes; to tell > 1. B
dark 1 I is the eve
(i Rosh Hashanah and you don't
ml to arrive in Israel under a
hail of righteous stones. Bui it
you make it, you .: >r. t nt late
Ihe two days of peace and quiet.
before th< busim ss of business
Is in. Thai 1-. if n ng 1 -
happens.
mile
The flighl is nervouslj t. pairs of lights. You know'here is
excepl for the Jewish pass gers, 0, : ..,.,. s ,. conclude
,Ios1 of them eongregal ;, js ^avy ..... i "" scene
ways, right alongside 5 biblical: a moon and
After a while, you 1 e tl stars ind a sky as soft -
of the land ahead ard ev-rybody ;-.,, rear, th of the
f lens the belt of hi? es. S01 ie\>
him at the airport and they would body and his wife and girl are out
not put a tourist in with an Arab.! on the street. Such an outpouring!
But he could also be. you think, an 1 The sidelwalk cafes are filled to
Israeli Arab. About that you have I
mixed feelings, some not so good, j
So pretty soon, you look for land- j
marks and signs. It seems alright,
until a sign says Tel A\ |v to the I
left and he goes straight on. It
becomes suddenly warmer than
you thought. But ahead is an El
Al b-is and it seems to have a
crew in it. Your cab follows it 1
you feel safe. No Kl Al bus jvouI l
rid int Arab territory. Then he
p isses the bus so you kt p look-
k I if is or your
tl. Al: 1 you look
.,-' : t ii
|1
i h
T
.rah driver
I Y in t V -
You check lor aro
and find peop] in holi I
i eligi his and s< c il ir. But nol Ij
n tied, '; afraid. You
veri led to believe that tourists
and visitor, were si lying away
from Israel. And then from the
small terrace of the hotel room,
you see the velvet of th" night
Mediterranean and h y 1 the
,t. equallj -paced.
capacity with people watchers.
Soldiers, young, impossibly youim.
lend color and drama to the con-
vening of the community
Later on, between business and
trips to Jerusalem, you slog it. A
bus downtown to the Tel Aviv
terminal, a massive place which
not long earlier had been bombed.
The recall worries you; it could
happ it again. But the crowds
seem unafraid. You take an Egg 'd
to Becrsheva because you want to
' e on your ov n. \" 1 organizal ional
: Y "i want to see the
ilk it. The
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the 1 ...
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v. rking th field An Ai
At tl
j ou I iki 11 iher bus I town. vs
in the bus. Ar bs in tl oddly
enough smoking, and thi n :
eards. In town, you buy a
hi sat dwich and walk around
the main drag, looking at the
stores. Pei pi 1 there and you
v. Arabs are at the n I
street. ha\ ing come in with
some nv 1 chandise : 1 lie. The
lys littli
tention Sot 1

dagger in his belt. You buy some
chocolate and give half the bar to
an Arab boy. At fjrst, he can't
believe his good luck. Then, like a
sparrow who's snared a seed from
a pigeon, he runs away lest it be
taken.
Beer-hev 1
stare out at the Mediterranean.
The sun is descending over your
shoulder. Shadows' move in slow-
ly. A dog runs by. A Jew is fish-
ing and you always thought this
was ,1 spot; for goyim.
Now a brown helicopter chops
a quiet place, where by. It is th- only reminder of
Abraham. Isaac and Jacob at tim
sojourned
Then you find a Slierut back to
Tel Aviv. Six other people, one
black In Arab dress, carrying a
Hebrew newspaper. He looks like
in American Negro come to the
II.iK Land. The driver lets him ofl
to Rnmlch The oth
.- romp Hy Nol
thai the black At ih le with
them, but thai he n
ul of th< ir way. B > in Tel
,.... 1 .. I to ,,?.. Y
war thai s going or elsewhere. In
Deuteronomy Moses says to the
Jews: "I must di in this land. I
must nol go over Jordan; but ye
shall go over, and p iss s th
: must not go over Jor 1 1
' ye shall go ovei, an issess
that good land." Bui later on,
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(I ttsii the air]
nte fi And one It i\ r fi
lh many is nssigni I you. I"
thin, he is very dark, hi
like an Arab. The cab is an old
one. Fear is childish, so y i climb
in and h. -tarts off after ycu tell press: Joi
him vour destination, lie drives j Guerrillas. But
bumpily and some of the area The toll of dead mounts. Israel u
looks familiar. Then it doesn't ( circled, a land full of Bar Koch-
And you start to think again. May- has under siege. And
be this guy is an Arab. He is silent.
Until you read the yesti rd iy's
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Constitutional Landmark Decision
The State cf Oregon, which several decades ago pro-
vided us with a constitutional landmark decision dea'ir.q
with the light to attend private schools, may again provide
us with an important constitutional rule.
Recently, Oregon's Supreme Court decided to outlaw
the display of a cross in a city park, the first case in
which the highest court of a state had ever considered
whether it was constitutional to erect a cross or other re-
ligious device on public land. It is the kind of decision
which is bound to be cited with great effect in other suits
which, heretofore, have failed of final adjudication in state
courts.
The majority opinion leaned heavily on the 1963
U.S. Supreme Court decision outlawing Bible-reading end
prayer exercises in public schools. In part, it stated, 'Gov-
ernment has no more right to place a public park at the
disposal of the majority for a religious display than it
would have, in response to a referendum vote, to put a
lighter cross on the city hall steeple."
If the references have a familiar air, it is because
they have been a point of contention in Dade County for
many years. The Oregon decision may enable us to take
a new look at the picture heTe and not in the midst of the
Christmas season just a few weeks away.
UAHC Will Live Up To Tradition
The oldest organized body of religious Jews, the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, begins deli-
berations at its 50th General Assembly in Miami Beach
this weekend and we voice a strong welcome to the more
than 3,000 delegates who will attend this largest of all
Reform conventions.
Although it is in its 97th year, the UAHC will live up
to its Reform tradition with the theme for this biennial con-
vention of "A Changing Synagogue for a Changing World."
For three dys, the delegates wJl participate in forums that
deal with the changes in theoicgy, morality, education,
youth, rabbinic relations, philanthropy and other problems
c: these turbulent times.
Resolutions coming before the plenary sessions ccn-
tcin within them the seed of strong controversy. But these
are all signs of a healthy movement determined to hammer
cut a Judaism which is relevant to the times and not
cfraid to meet the issues.
We would not forget the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods in our welcome, for the ladies will be meeting
both separately and concurrently in their 27th Biennial
Assembly. As the oldest affiliate oi she UAHC, Sisterhood
wears its age well.
Good Investment, The Record Shows
The traditional apr>ecl on the Hiah Holy Days can be
said to have launched the current Israel Bond campaign
end, from all accounts, the response all over the world
was an encouraging one.
Much of the success of Israel Bonds today, at least in
the Greater Miami area, can be traced to the ccopBration
::' most of the synagogues in sponsoring dinners and
other affairs which bring tocether those who continue to
work to build Israel through their investments in its future.
And it is a good investment, too cs the record through the
years has shown. Fc: chile the cash dividends may not
he as high cs car. be earned through ether types :
vestments the return in satisfaction c: building a b
k Jews is greater then anything money can bring.
We tic ret have to urge support for Is-cel Bo-.d=- all
we ask is the: C-r-:c-~r Miami maintain its outstan
record as one of the leaders in the nation.
Comment
The Union of American Hel
lions, which will
meeting n ''. ami Beach next
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I ays h en con-
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lure in Rabbii "ongrega-
tiona'. P. I it ns ; 'CAR
and UAHC" which was
in 1957 and spells lit in
pages of detail the duties, obli-
- ins and privilegi I both
the rabbi and congregation. The
other deals with th<- mil I
chaplaincy, but this will go to
the floor without the r c anmen-
dation of the Resolutions Con-.mi-
tee.
I wrote about this problem
year ago when it bacame obvious
that neither the Conser. I
nor Orthodox rabbinate was I
filling its end of the agreemi I t
with the Jewish Welfare B
to pr
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fact that >
form rabbis wi a
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binical bodies have taken (' in-
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otherwise, have not found it
obiectionab'e t" serve others in
a non-military canacitv.
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realization that Judaisn
very vital force when it
with today and tomorrow and
looks backward only for guid-
ance to the future. Knowing the
kind of people who will '
attendance I have confidi
they will mttt head-on the
challenging theme: "A Chang-
ing Synagogw for Chai
World."
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Friday. October 24. 1969
+Jeislirkr*aari
Schiffmans To Receive
Jerusalem Peace Award
Pcwje 5-A
TfT Jerusalem Peace Award will
be conferred un Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Schtffman, prominent mem-
bers of Tempi- Menorah and com-
munity leaders, at the annual
Menorah-Israel Dinner of state on
Sunday evening, Nov. 0, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz soiritual leader of the
Congregation has announced.
'The record of Service to Israel
and to the community of Sam and
R se Schiffman is a pride to Tem-
l :. Menorah and t > the entire
comrnui ity." R rbbl Abramowitz
n te l. 'I am particularly happy
that Mr. and Mrs Schiffman are
! in: h more I i v as th"y ap-
i their I0:h w< I ling anni-
v rear;
I' is speci. fittii g, he said.
th it M and Mrs S hiffman will
presented with the Jerusalem
:e I ward il the dinner c:le-
itii Israel's 21st anniversary,
iust two years after the liberation i
of the Old City of Jerusalem.
"The liberation and rebuilding
>f Old Jerusalem Ls truly symbolic,
of the rebirth of the Jewish
people." Rabbi Abramowitz said.
'For seme twenty years, during
which the Old City of Jerusalem
was controlled by Jordan, syna-.
gogues were destroyed and access
to the Western Wa'l was prohibited,
to Jews Today the Jewish Quart-
er is being rebuilt and the West-
ern Wall, the most sanctified
reliquary of the Jewish faith, is I
once again accessible as the spiri-
tual lodestone of the Jewish people. |
Israeli archaeologists, delving into
the encrusted layers of past cen-
turies in the area of the Western
Wall, recently uncovered another
inscription from Isaiah (LXVI:14>|
on the Wall, reaiinz: "And when ;
\ see rhis, your heart shall re-J
joice and your bines flourish like*
ar. herb."
MR. and MRS. SAM SCHIFFMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Schiffman, the
parents of Sidney and Jerome, have
resided in Miami Beach for ten
years, and have been active on
behalf of many worthy causes.
Mr. Schiffman is a member of
the Board of Temple Menorah,
serves as house chairman, and is
a member of the Board of B'nai
B'rith.
A member of the Menorah Sis-
terhood, Mrs. Schiffman is vice-
president of the Ways and Means
and previously served as member-
ship vice-president. She is also a
life member of the Stephen S. Wise
Group of Hadassah and the Hope
School.
The dinner, as has become a
custom, will be a gala event with
a special program of entertain-
ment and music for dinner and
dancing by the Lenny Dawson
Orchestra.
South Africa 'Unable'
To Change Election Date
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
South African Jews have ap-
parently failed to persuade the
government to change the April
22, 1970 national election date,
which conflicts with the obser-
vance of Passover. The South
African Jewish Board of Depu-
ties and the local rabbinate have
appealed to Premier John Vorst-
er on grounds that the conflict
will affect Jewish voters, can-
didates and election workers.
Mr. Vorster has explained that
the date was set without know-
ledge of the Jewish calendar and
expressed regrets.
He invited Chief Rabbi Bern-
ard Casper and Dr. Teddy
Schneider. president of the
Board of Deputies, to meet with
him in Pretoria. The two Jew-
ish leaders issued a statem >nl
after the meeting Friday. They
said, "the Prim Minisl t again
assured us that the selection of
April 22 was due to an over-
sight. The Prime Minister ac-
knowledged the difficulty s which
would, as a result, confront the
Jewish community. It is regret-
ted that in spite of these con-
siderations, the Prime Minister
explained that for reasons he
held to be important, he was un-
able to change the date."
There are 170 Arab students
currently enrolled at Hebrew
University.
Elect Miami Beach 9s
Man Of Action, Herb
MAGNES
UNITED TENANTS
LEAGUE PRESIDENT
HERBERT MAGNES
STANDS FOR
AND WILL LEAD
THE FIGHT FOR
Immediate Ren; Control on
Non-Commercial Property.
Complete Revision of An-
tiquated Zoning Laws. De
velopmen: o; Programs
which will attract Young
People to Miami Beach.
Building ot a Senioi Citi-
zen-' Community Center
Uptown.
*' Elimination of Sales Tax on Apartment Rentals.
0) Low and Middle Income Housing in Miami Beach.
Doctors on Heartmobiles (Ambulances).
Speedy Restoration of Public Beaches by Effective Programs.
Exclusion of Local Residents from Resort Tax.
Legislation providing for payment of interest on
Tenants' Security.
Adoption of a 10-Year Master Plan by Representatives
of all Segments of our Community.
' Construction of a Youth Center in Midtown.
V Elimination of Temporary Certificates of Occupancy.
9 Promotion of Increased Tourism by Sound Business
Practices, Coordinated through Government, Hotels,
Restaurants and Business.
Expansion of the Community School Program.
PH P"l Adv.
On Nov. 4th, Pull Lever 15-A
Herbert Mognes
Jewish Refugees from Poland and Czechoslovakia, assist-
ed by United Hias Sen/ice, are shown arriving recently
at Kennedy Airport on a charter flight from Rome. A
second mass arrival the following day brought the two-
day total to 114 persons. These new Americans will be
resettled, with the help of local cooperating agencies, in
Atlanta. Baltimore, Chicago. Dallas, Denver, Fresno.
Lcs Angeles. Minneapolis, Newark, New Haven, New
York City, Passaic, Providence, Rochester, N.Y., Rock-
ville, Md., St. Paul and San Diego.
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Friday, October 24
1969
Seymour Friend To Be The Recipient Of Maimonides Award
Sej mour Kriond. President of
1". Ih David CtjRgragatJon, will lx>
i us recipient of the Maimonides
Award presented to him in the
General Hospital of Jerusalem.
Shaare Zedek, at a dinner in his
honor to take place at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel on Saturday
evening, Nov. 22, 1969,
Sha ire Zedek Hospital, one of
the first hospitals in Israel, was
established 96 years ago, Through
the years, it has truly lived up to
its n me, which means "The Gates
Education Bureau
Celebrates Jewish
l>ook Month Here
Local celebration Of Jewish Book
Month, celebrated nationally from
Od -i to Nov. 30. Ls now being
planned by special committees of
Bureau of Jewish Education,
ling to Leonard Zilbert,
)I ireau president.
Bureau committees are planning
l community wide meetings
\ov 5 at the Miami Public Lib-
i iry, No. l Biscayne Blvd.. as part
the Annual Local Authors
Night, and Nov. 24 at Ocean Front
Auditorium. 10 St. and Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, under the
. int auspices of the Miami Beach
Keen at ion Center.
The Bureau is now arrai
,. K>k reviews throughout the
i mi ty, distribution of select-
;% lists of the past year, and
sitting up exhibits in public li-
- and congregational >
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SEYMOIR FRIEND
i
of Rightousness." extending its
services to all people. Arab.
i Christian and Jew alike.
Mr. and Mrs Friend, local resi-
dents for 21 years, residing in
Coral Gables with their two sons.
Richard and Michael, have re-
cently returned from a tour of
Israel with members of Beth David
Congregation. During their visit.
they were the guests of the hospit-
al and had the opportunity to ob-
serve its direction and to meet
with profess r David Maeir, di-
rector-general of the hospital.
Mr. Friend is well known for his
civic and philanthropic work, and
in 1968, received the "Man of the
Year Award" of the Jewish Oon-
...... y. ..... .-.f South Florida.
A member of the Elks Club ami
former officer of the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge, he is presently
serving on the Board of Directors
Of Abbe} Hospital, as treasurer of
Greater Miami Cemetery Associa-
tion and as chairman of the mer-
chant division of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies. His wife.
Shirley. Is president of Beth David
Congregation Sisterhood.
The Maimonides Award was
tablished by Shaare Zedek Hospit-
al to be presented to a most out-
standing supporter. Symb.
thi p ilicy of Shaare Zedek. "Torah
and Med'icine. this award is nam-
ed for the well-known Hebrew
physician, philosopher and Torah
commentator. Rabbi Moses B n
Maimon, who lived in the 1-th
Century. The writings and works
on medicine of Maimonides are
presently being studied bv scholars
and men of science in the Hebrew
University, the Vatican and uni-
versities throughout tin' world.
Public Art Forum Set
Elwin Porter, director of the
Art Institute of Miami. Inc., for
11 years, will give a demonstra-
tion in "Acrylic Polymer Paint"
when Allied Arts of North Miami,
Inc.. presents their second in a
series of Public Art Forums in
the Fine Arts Building, 12 S
E Bth Ave. Allied Arts ho| I
make prominent rsonalities
lectun .- available to ma: > 11
North Da le's '' sidents tl
its "monthly pul lie art forums
1500 Men's Club To
Honor President
Eniaiitiel Mentz
Emanuel Mentz, president of the
1500 Men's Club, will be honored
bv the club at a testimonial dinner
Wednesday. Nov. 26, in the Na-
poleon Room of the Deauville
Hotel.
Irving Silver has been named
chairman of the event, at which
Mannie" will !' cited for his
outstanding leadership and devo-
tion durino 'he nast six years, as
well as for his efforts in chic and
communal organizations.
transportation will be provided
from Morton Towns to the hotel.
where hors d'oeuvr.-s will precede
dinner. Sonny Sands, who has been
si en on the.Jacfcr Gleason Show,
will head the entertainment: music
and dancing will be under the di-
rection of Freddie Zuker.
Couples Study Group
Marks Fifth Year
The Couples Study Group ol
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood cele-
brated its fifth year with a mas-
querade party at the home of Or.
and Mrs. Stanley Eder Sunday.
Miss Susy Smith, whose topic was
"Psychic Phenomena" was the
>. k< r.
JV.'V Post Raises Dues
At a regular meeting of ,[,
Hialeah-Mi.imi Springs post 681
Jewish War Veterans, last month!
an increase in dues to $9 per y, at
a as passed. The next meeting oi
Post 881 is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.
Sunday. Nov. 2. Ten trees to '.
planted in Israel have bet n pur-
chased by the Post in memory c,f
the late Harry Beck, Jesse Gibian
Commander, has announced.
i .300.000 immigrants have i,.
Rrat-d to Israel since its etttab-
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Group One on November 4.
PATT WILL FIGHT FOR:
Expanded medical facilities in South Beach.
Special, lowet bus fares for seniors.
Low cost housing.
Keeping Miami Beach tax money for Miami Beach.
Elimination of spot zoning.
Repair of city streets.
Better storm sewer control.
Beautification of parks and beaches.
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Mente C.Ho Hotel, 65th Street, and Cllin. Avenue,
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Friday. October 24. 1969
+Jmist) ncrkftan
Paqe 7-A
Arabs Accuse U. S. Of
Sending Military Personnel
(Continued from Page 1-A)
ship when ho voted in an Israeli
election, successfully sued to
have it restored. ( Premier Golda
Meir of Israel said in an elec-
tion speech in Tel Aviv that "Is-
rael has never, does not and will
never ask any country in the
world to send soldiers to fight
for US."'
In his letter, which he asked
to be circulated aS an official
document of the Security Coun-
cil. Dr. el-Zayyat said that with
the Tel Aviv embassy statement
the U.S. "commences today a
new phases in its assistance to
Israel through' the joining of
Aniertcan citizens in Israeli arm-
ed forces. Consequently, the U.S.
is contributing to the aggres-
sive war which is being launch-
I'd by Israel against the Arab
countries; a method which dee;
not differ much from the method
by which the United States be-
gan its war in Vietnam."
The letter goes on to assail
the U.S., accusing it of violat-
ing the UN Charter and its abli-
gations and of undermining the
Nov. 22. 1967 Security Council
resolution on Mideast j>eace
"through providing Israel with
arms and planes, and encourag-
ing American citizens to take
arms under the Israeli flag
against the Arab people."
Donald Bergus, chief of Amer-
ican intterests section at the
Spanish Kmbassy in Cairo, call-
ed on the Kgyptian Foreign Min-
istry's undersecretary, Salah Go-
lar, yesterday to explain Ameri-
can policy that permits U.S. citi-
zens to serve in the armed forces
of friendly foreign powers with-
out losing their citizenship. 'The
Spanish Kmbassy handles Ameri-
can interests in Egypt since
Cairo broke relations with Wash-
ington during the Six-Day War. I
Hut the explanations apparently
had lit lie effect in the Arab
capitals.
The Jordanian newspaper Al
Destour charged that the U S.
had become a recruiting center
for Israel, Tin- Beirut newspap-
er ai Uruba accused the U S.
Of committing "direct aggres-
sion" on ;i Vietnam pattern and
Charged that America "enlers
the wo- againsl Hie Arabs." The
semi-official Cairo newspaper
Al Ahram said the statement
by the U.S. embassy In Tel Avl\
"confii med bi yo .'l doubt" the
prose o American military
11 mnel in Israel's arm 'd c-
es and hinted thai A n : n
pilots might bi flying the Is-
raeli Phanl '. Skyhav\ ks.
The Cairo newspaper Akhbai VI
Yom suggested that the U.S.
was planning to establish a mili-
tary aii b ise in Israel to replace
the Wheelus Aii Force ins.' in
Libya from which it is b< ing
oi sted by the new Libyan mili-
tary regime. Egypt's official Mid-
dle East News Agency reported
that Libya had ordered its UN
delegation to support Egypt's
protest and to deliver one of its
own. Lebanese and Syrian news-
papers gave banner headlines to
Egypt's letter to Mr. Thant.
A 19-year-old American-born
Israeli student was killed acci-
dentally at an Israeli military
camp while training for a second
lieutenant's commission in the
Israeli Army. He was identified
as David KUer of Stony Brook.
N.Y., I he son of Albert KUer. an
official of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in New York. Mr. Kller, who
arrived in Israel ignorant of his
son's death, told reporters here
that young Kller's commander
described the accident as a "one
in a million freak."
According to the father, David
went to Israel 10 years ago with
his mother, who is divorced, and
his older brother Raanan. "Davl 1
never made a conscious choici
between America and Israel. H:
grew up dll-Israeli and it ju never occurred to him thai he
was anything else," Mr KIL r
said. David was studying for
master's degree in Ar.ihi [stu-
dies at the Hebrew Univers lj
Jerusalem. According to his fath-
er, "he die imed of being I-
first Ambassador to Cairo
on our
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But after October I4th, you can
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a nine day tour.
At these prices, how can you
afford to stay home?
You'll land in Tel Aviv, and from
there it's just a short distance to all
the really interesting points on the
map.
For example. Jaffa. Tel Aviv's
twin city, is an ancient port men-
tioned in the Bible.
(It was after leaving Jaffa that
Jonah had his unfortunate en-
counter with the whale.)
And today while Tel Aviv is a
modern, thriving city. Jaffa is a
carefully presen ed artists' colony
whose shoreline hasn't changed
much since the time of Jonah.
\\ hen you go to Jerusalem, you
can t.;ke a guided tour of the new
Knesset (Parliament) Building,
and if you're luck) see the Prime
Minister, herself, address Israel's
governing body.
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And in the Old City expect to
shed a few tears:
You've heard stories, you've
seen pictures, but no one can de
scribe the emotion charged min-
utes when you put a yarmulke on
your head and actually touch the
Wailing Wall.
Is nine days in Israel long
enough?
That's hard to say.
Especially since our history is
not only recorded in the Bible'
but in countless Roman. Cru
sader, Moslem, and Byzantine
relics from small coins to entire
cities.
(Tor such a little country, the.
guidebooks are awfully thick.)
So you maj want to stay even
longer.
But regardless of which fare plan
you choose, you'll save a lot ol
money from October 15th through*
March I4t!i when our winter rates
are in effect.
So this year instead of settling
for a hotel room on Collins Avenue
or a dice game in San Juan, come
home with us.
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Rabbi Isaac Wise, Founder
Of U. S. Reform Movement
Earl Morse Devoted To Judaism
Ear! Morse, 62. an imposing six-
footer with an urbane manner, is
The founder of the :.
ni In America, Rabbi Isaac
v. came to this country
u mia in 1846, with a as-
s lesire to establish a
the fi
. a." I loci al Judaisn it
i> ..... I ,.. n a 1, w as
i stablishcd in G rmany.
n Ral I i Wisi arrivi I in the
Unit< d Stat s, he found
i ns in Judaism. His great-
i i\ ... n was to estal lish a
. ary for the training oi Lib-
gregations on its way.
Rabl i Wise and Solomon Eppin-
ger n thi entire faculty when |
its nil iry, called the Hebrew
opened Its doors
1875, with an i nrollmenl
I
Th "f American Hebrew
;, now in its 97th
year, has com a long way since
I Rabbi Isaac Mayer
. And it presid< nt. Rabbi
;is ndrath, who has been
s rving in thai post since 194i>. is
k to n mind its m< m i rs that
it has a far longer way to go be-
:' :, thi "messageof Israel" reach-|
cs thi hi arl and n< i ve oi every
living Jew.
chairman of the UAHCsboari
,,f trustees. N'ow sen Ml
Morse, who will b. W8 '
- t,M;
l-AHC convc-i tion, is a m mberol
presi-
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Jewish instil itc .'i
R : ''
:
Jewish I '
and board member of | .
Development C i :. M
an honorary vk : residi
Jo ish Educati. n Con
.\". w Vurk md F ...
tuitj of the M
..f Art. Mr. Morse, who
I I..!', dei ree
i ; v. and pri
kee from
ni ations Com
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Mental irt
ting foi
MR. EARL MORSE

Fund Raisins: Arm Meets
Five-Dav Convention
^VV 111 Open Saturday
& -
Tuesday For Luncheon
DR. ISAAC M. WISE
cral. or Reform, rabbis. But he
found that before he could achi
Ihis ambition, he would have- to
torm a coalition of congregations
to which the seminary would be
responsible. His dream was ecu-
menicalhe hoped to enlist the
traditional as well as the Reform
1- inples. Only 13 congregations
tided when he sent out th- first
invitation to the nation's congre-
gations to join him in founding a
"union of congregations" in 1S7
but that was sufficient to start
t1-- Uni n of American Hebrew
R ':>: Harold I. Saperstein spiri-
tual leader of Temple Emanu-El of
Lynbrook, L.I.. for 36 years, will
be the featured speaker at the
1639-1970 National Inaugural
Lunch>x>n of the Reform Jewish
Appeal. Tuesday, at the Fontaine-
ble.iu H^tel, held in conduction
with the 50th General Assembly of,
the UAHC.
The Reform Jewish Appeal is
the fund raising arm of the na-
tional institutions of Reform
3 laism, the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and He-
brew Union Col logo-Jew ish Insti-
tute of Religion.
Rabbi Saperstein. who has
traveled extensively, including a
half-dozen trips behind the Iron
Curtain, led the first pilgrimage
to Israel of the National Federa-
tion cf Temple Youth in the
1950's..
A member of the governing body
Of the World Union for Progres-
sive Judaism, and of the execu-
t. board of the Synagogue Coun-
cil, he is vice president of the New
York Board of Rabbis, and a form-
er president of the Associati n
Reform Rabbis of New York.
Marc Chagall's 'Bible." a si ri( -
of 105 etchings on Old Testament
themes, will be shown by The
Society of Honor of the Reform
Jewish Appeal at a special pre-
view for leaders of the Florida
Jewish community Sunday, in the
Garden Lobby of the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Loaned by Lester F. Avnet, pro-
minent industrialist and art col-
lector, and chairman of RJA's
Presidents' Cii le the set > ni
of the few complete hand-c
ones still in exister
The s : f Honoi fel-
lowship of leaders in the Jewish
comm nit) ntributi 81.00
or it* y to the R
Jew ..-:: Apj i Its natioi
man Is S Levites pres
the Hydr i M ling C impany. Inc
Pittsburgh ny:
man. f Sc irs lale, N
Y.. is nation
Reform J' ish A] im H
Friend >t N v York 'ity is execu-
tive vice chrira i
(Continued from I*:iue 1-A)
in of t!i> Nat: ouncil
i | Churchi s of ( hrisl will bring
greetings to the gathering, and
tli.' group will be g ii sts
special lum hi on Monday. The
UAHC is the only Jewish relig-
ious organization that regularly
invites Christian observers to us
conventions, Paul Dotin, chair-
man of thi Commissii n i ointi I
out.
Ral bi Maurice N. Eis< ndral t,
pn sidi nt ol the UAHC, will de-
livi r l is Stati ol
-- s mdaj i vi nit g > tting
the guidi lin s foi :"
;tht n the roll f thi i-
__, as the center ol Jewish

A si rii s .f tions
u :. del ated and ted n a1
the daily pli ni!j si ssii i -
Earl Mors I
I "AHl "s bo ird f trustees
w ill ; : sidi Thi initial ; Ii i arj
- --. .- ij afti i ni in, will
-s. .- i,;. '. S -
ri tan James Fan
U.S. Department : :: ill Ed-
ucati Wi Ifari hi i I
s to 1 hi di Ii gati s
t Nixoi Fames M.
Albt rt, pre*
. ast Fedei atii n f thi
the chaii ma i ol thi C nitti
on Local Ai: is and a
nn mb r of T( m] Ii B< tl
and Miami 1 M
l>i rmer, ho will wi e tiv
delegates to Miami B>
pn a 'nt Rabt i t isendi
Mr. Morse with keys ti
Other gut si s] eakei
convention will ir l<
University 11 sidi M
Abram, who w ill di livi i
spi i ch at tht closing
\\i dnesday < nil g, th<
noted author ': .: W'ii
will addn ss I
day evening en gi: [Je-
rusalem.
Delegati i th thi \::
and NFTS tions .
in the Miami \
Monday evening for 1
entation of i sical
Dave Brubet < i I
ni instrunv i tai sts an I
will i>ort nev.
"The Gati s I J stio
American Cor.fen
; UAHC affiliate, will
"Classics ot Jcwis I
Music."
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Fridcy, October 24, 1S69
t'Jenist HbrAMsfi
Paqe 9-A

Cantata To Be Heard By Delegates Closing Banquet To Be
A : > cantata will tv performed
at th Miami B:>ach Auditorium
Mond night, Oct. 27. for d
gates i the 5 >th G ..
y of ih;> Union of Ameri-
ca! I ew Congn jations ai 11
i icur nt 27th Bii nnial A
: it's ivom >n's agency, the N -
i. Fed ration of T >mpl s -
t hi 'is.
mp sed by the wi l!-kno\vn
rial Dave Bru \ .
- title : "Th I iates ol J --
lice will b
l : ; w th an >: '.-. c in-
ducted by Erich Kunzel, acting
nisic director of the Cincinnati
Symph >ny Orchestra, and the Uni-
rsity of Cincinnati College-Con-
rvi torj I hamber Singers, und-
Th imas. Tenor soloist
will be Cant >r Han Id Orbs ih of
i [sra 'i in Detroit; bass-bari-
soloisl w McHenrj B lat-
The ;>: >gi am als i will in-
' : 'Classics
Jewish Lit .: c il Music," by
A n n Confcrenc of Can-
I s.
"Thi Gat< s ol Justice," Mr. Bru-
Author Elie Wiesel Is
Guest Speaker Tuesday
Author Eile Wiesel, a teenagi
ivivor <: Auschwitz and Buch-
--..a .. who understandably has
: i alii d "thi ; oel of the holo-
i,- st." will address the convention
i(legates Tuesday evening at the
itain bleau Hotel on "Legends
ol Jerusalem." Soft-spoken, ciaik-
I and int< nse, tMi:; chronicler of
Jewish history is as eloquent with
the spoken word as with the writ-
ten, and those who hear him share
:;. unforgettable experience.
A modi rn-day wandering Jew.
Wiesel was torn in Hungary,
' i after the horror of Nazism
ended he regained his health and
s, Ity in Paris, where he mad)
the French language so much his
o : that his writing is done pri-
rr...i;.. in French.
"A Beggar in Jerusalem." his
ii st now I, has won him one of
France's major literary awards,
1U> F-ti\ rti'iicis: he received the
1: Jewish Heritage Award for
-.,-,.,. ...
ELIE WIESEL
Excellence in Literature, the Na-
tional Jewish Book Council Award
in 1964. the Prix Itivarol in Paris
in 1963 and the World Federation
the Dergen Belsen Association's
Ft membrance Award.
UAHC Women Meet For
27th Biennial Assembly
A Changing Sisterhood for a
Chant ins World" will be the themi
i : the 27th Biennial Assembly of
th< Natior.al Federation of Temple
s mi rhoods, whose meetings in the
Plaza Hot. 1 will be held concur-
rently with those of the UAHC in
the Fontaineblcau Hotil from Oct.
25-30. About i.OOO delegates will
t< seeking ways to activate the
women's role In Jewish religious
and commimnl life, particularly in
meeting such challenges as the
generation gap. apathy and social
ur.rtst.
Mrs. David M. Levitt ol Great
Nick, N.Y.. president of the worn-
b branch of the UAHC. will out-
line new I rograms and concerns of
the organization at the opening
luncheon Sunday. Using 'he theme.
"Through the Rapids of Change,"
Mrs. Levitt, a non-governmental
epresi ntative to the U.S. Mission
to the United Nations, will speak
on current national and interna-
Issues.
Three authorities on social ques-
tions will be heard in a Tuesday
;>ancl discussion, and di legates
will have an opportunity to vote
on various resolutions. Outstand-
Sisterhood leaders will be paid
tril :i at an Honors Luncheon
Tuesday, over which Mrs. Irving S.
Benjamin, NFTS first vice presi-
dent will preside, and the newly
i |< eti i! i '...- > and board mem-
bers will be installed Wednesday
afternoon at a plenary s. ssion. for
which Mrs. Levitt has written a
special serviei ot installation call-
ed "HarEl, Mountain of the Lord."
Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner has been
j in charge of arrangements by the
host .Miami Sisterhooeis.
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Addressed By Dr. A bram
DAVE BRVBECK
beck's first venture ir. the rield of
Titdaica was c >mmissioned l> the
University of Cincinnati College-
Conservatorv of Music in coopera-
tion with the UAHC. Its world
premiere performance was given
last Sunday. Oct. 19. at dedication
ceremonies for the new Rockdale
Temple in Cincinnati.
The project, which has taken
Mr. Brubeck more than a year to
complete, contains his personal
commitment to social justice and
hope for brotherhood, and utilizer
some of the late Dr. Martin Luth-
er King Jr.'s expressions.
j The audii nee at the banquet
which will climax the rive-day
I'AHC convc ntlon and the concur-
rent assembly ol tin National
!' di ration ol T< m\ li Sisterhoods,
will i addressed by Brandeis Uni-
versity president Dr. Morris B.
' bi a n on an inti Iguing subject:
'The Jewish Community in the
x- ar 2000." The i mini nt scholar,
i due itor, atton lal jus-
tice ad\a ati audience v.ill in-
cludi ii i legates from both con-
ventions, a group ol Christian ob-
setvers, visiting dignitaries and
mi :'ii rs ol the local Jewish com-
manit wh< n he casts himsell in
the roll ol prognosticator at the
Wednesday evening event in the
Pontaini bleau Hou I.
Pri siding at thi i anqui I will be
S. L. Kopald, Jr., chairman of the
board i f governors of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, of which the UAHC is
the patron body. The invocation
will be delivered by Rabbi Roland
D. Gittelsohn of Boston's Temple
Israt I, who is president of the
Central Confercne'e of American
Rabbis. Hl'C-JIP. president I>r
Nelscn Glueck will offer the bene-
diction. Mrs. Nathaniel Hess of
Port Washington. N.Y.. whose hus-
band is chairman of the UAHC
Commission on Israel, will sing
the natioral anthem, accompanied
!. Henry E. Ziegler, temple ad-
ministrator in the Stephen Wis
Free Synagogue, New York.
A native of Fitzgerald, Ga., 11
Abram graduated summa c
iron: the University
' ; irgia, < btain< d his Docl.....|
Jurisprudence degree iron-.
Univi rsity of Chicago Law School
and an- nd< 'l i Oxford University as
j Rhi d s Scholar. He had a lo
. distinguishes! career in law
and government before becoming
hi ad "i Brandeis University. A
claimed throughout the country
for pn vi nting v iolence alter a
ci mpus building was taken over by
a group of students, Di Aibi
holds' posit ions or leadership In n
igious, philanthropic and human
rights organizations and in 1%4
In1 an AJCommittee group in talks
with Pone Paul VI on Catholi
li wish relations.
RABBI
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University degrees, versed in every
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"A FIGHTING DEMOCRAT"
HE'LL FSGHT EVEN BETTER
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thi: iiiii v and bitter issues
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Low Cost Housing
Fair Rent Contral
Urban Renewal
Doctor: on Ambulances
Lower Taxes, Wiser Spending
Zoning Appeals Only in Courts
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Pier Park, Ocean at 1st Si, Miami Beach
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
U. N. Has Birthday
By RABBI SOLOMON St'IHFF
Executive Vice President ami
Director of Chaplaincy
Rabbinical Assn. of OmtN Miami
Today marks the 24th anniver-
sary of the establishment of the
1'nited Nations. The U.N. is predi-
technological advancements of the
past 24 years have been phenom-
enal. Man is beginning to walk
among the stars with a sense of
mastery and dominance. The pow-
ers at his disposal make his abili-
ties unlimited.
The world has likewise mastered
QjlOUS
S,
ervices
By RABBI SAMl'EL J. FOX
Why is it a custom to cat
warm food on the Sabbath?
There was once a dispute be-
tween the sects of Jewish life re-
cat< .1 upon the the painful art of sacn.ico. Nations Bi|),ica| t.omman(inu.nt
belief that only ^UltagJto offer upi theirfinest "J^ *torbMa lh(, US1. of fln.
when men will and bravest on the altar ol pride ^ ^ SabDath. The rabbis Bl-
and nationalism. Greater glory is
stead 'oPfists, I bestowed upon the warmongers IJ^'*,,-; nre""might not be
and settle their han the peacemakers. In our .lay. kin(,|o(, ,>ut oncc R firo wa> 1-
differences bv thoso who s0,k Pff06 M~Jp!?!ue ready kindled before the Sabbath
talks instead of are often the objects of derision I, uge coaW ^ m;ul,. ,- ,,.
tanks will world and contempt, whde no Shortage noW .f werc donc in tne-^sroper
: of Isaacs willing to give their lives ^ ^ s> ag no, t0 vj0late the
evident. ; Sabbath.
peace
We
MIAMI
4HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 99S SW 67th Avi. Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr^
Herbert Baumflard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. ____
octh DAVtc7 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
BCInH,.rv-t^. Rabbi SO! Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson.
BETH EL. MO BV? 1WIJ Av. Ortho^
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
,,,,,,M>. so ,. ... Saturditj < m
Mlnchn 6:30 p.m.
octh KODESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
8 Modern0 Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shap.ro. Cantor Ben D.ckson. 6
Kriday Sunset. Saturday .* "'
Sermon: A .\v Search.
OHEV SHALOM. TOSS Born n
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa w-b,,''
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENT'S K>
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias! "i
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Hillel.
1542.
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Rabb. Sch.ff enthusiasm. For wrapped up in their own -"~ -, in tn dork and ate only
,i ooking at the record, we find ^ inXvn*is. whe on, nation underscorc
little to re.io.ee in. Fists are shak- ^ anoth(?r ,t only with X genuine tradition, the rabbis
ing as never before and tanks and a .ma& ta ,t ter ,r attitude. jKegS 0 custom of having
other weapons are rumbling with This ^ <(f t.OIuliIional (.onl|):ls. ^"^od served on the Sabbath
S^J^aS^rfi1^ *><>" ** lh<" li,,t: of "is: so long as i, is i the prescribed
brought about its expected results.
If anything, the world is closer to
pieces" than to "peace." What
went wrong with the script?
ipendence
b. nefaetor.
Our world can survive with less
genius and less sacrifice. It cannot
long survive, however, without
In the Torah portion of the week human compassion. If the I'.N. is
we read of Abraham leaving his to fulfill its great |>otential, na-
native land for the promised land, lions will have to commit them-
' And I will make of thee a great selves to one another's well-being.
nation, and I will bless thee, and This concern will have to be real,
make thy name great; and be thou without strings and with true hu-
a blessing." Rashi adds that the man brotherhood as the sole mo-
first three phrases refer to the (jVe. With this, the age-old dream
three phrases recited in the open- will be realized, and the ship of
ing paragraph in the Amidah the ; mankind will come safely home to
G-d of Abraham, the G-d of Isaac, the port of Peace,
and the G-d of Jacob. The last
phrase, "And be thou a blessing" H// y;ames Rabbi To
is the assurance that the Amidah
paragraph will end with Abra- Head iVciC Department
ham's name: 'Blessed art thou, O
Lord, Shield of Abraham."
"The word rests on three things,"
our tradition tells us. "on learning,
on sacrifice, and on compassionate
deeds." The patriarchs symbolized
these three: Jacob, learning; Isaac,
sacrifice, and Abraham, compas-
sion. G-d tells Abraham. "Thy seed
will dedicate themselves to these
three principles the most essen-
tial being compassion.
In order to ii-st securely, the
United Nations, and its constitu-
ency, the world, must rest upon
of the Sabbath for the Jew.
\lsop
Continued from Page 4-A
Hence preventive necessity does
not operate.
Where the problem of the
margin is so crucial, of course,
there must always be risks. But
as for now, there are none but a
small minority of army officers
who so much as think about
breaking the siege that Israel
now endures by smashing at
Nasser or anyone else. "We al-
ready have a million and a half
Arabs.'' the Sinai commander
told me. "Of course we can go
to Cairo. But why should we
want another 30 million Arabs?
Nor is there any doubt, in any
week by Dean Marver H. Bern-, discoverable Israeli leader's
Rabbi Samuel Fishman of Los
Angeles has been named director
of Israel and community affairs
for B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions. His appointment to the na-
tional Staff was announced this
stein of Princeton Unviorsity.
chairman "f the B'nai B'rith,
Hillel Commission.
Rabbi Fishman. who has been
associated with the Jewish c
pus movement since 1959, when
he joined Hillel as associate di-
ir .it UCLA, will head a i vvlj
partment which ill;
thesi th pillars, learning, sacri- formulate programs designed to in-1
and con >n While we terpret Israel to the campus i
ha\ seen an ab ol the munity and strengthen ties be-
first two. then has been very little twe n Hillel rid other Jewish
:e third. The scientific and uganizations and institut
ii::!i:milu!IMin!WUH
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Lech L'cha
Abraham, in Transjordan with his flocks of sheep
camels, sees Palestine, the Promised Land, in the distance.
and
' Lift up now thine eyes, and look for all the land which
thou sees* to thee will I give it. md to th\ seed for ever" iGen.
13.14-15
LL'CH L'CHA At the command of God, Abram left Haran
turneyed to Cm,.an. There God apperaed to him and -
: thy seed will 1 give this land" (Genesis 12.71. There was a
famine in the land of Canaan, and Abram took his household to
E 5 t. On his return, he and his nephew L >l separated peace ibly,
choosing I settle in thi lorn. In the battles between
the northern Kings and those of the plain of Sodom, Lot was
I irnii of hi n ph w ; li ht, Abt m arn ed Ins
followers and pursu d Lot's captors. He defeated them and
:ued his nephew and th i from Sodom God
mad. a covenant with Abram to him and his -
him the land i i naan i The Co Lween the Parts"'.
When Abram's wife Sa lat she was barren she
H ar, her h ind im as w ife. H .- ore Abi m
n, who was called tshmael, At God's command, Abram
changed ilis name to Abraham, and his wife's name to Sarah.
He \\.is eircumcized. together with all the mnlc-of his household.
This recounting of the Week/y Psi Men of the Law is extracted
and bated upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
i
k
mind, that the present state of
siege e.m be endured indefinitely.
N isser may believe that his al-
leged "war ol ttriti in" makes
time his friend. '1'h Israelis are
instead com meed thai tin
on their side, for thc> think
then;- vi 5 fa
th ir A ah rt lo with-

Si h, then, is t situa-
tion hen-. Ii stion:
11 >v on :
with the Phanl i Sky-
ha a ks on the w ay. c in tl
.- be sJ .:
of maintainin
that maki s this
guered nation stronger that
the Arabs with all their S
arms?
The answer, al bottom, i-
the Arabs only fight from hatr-
ed, whereas every Israi li ace 'is
it as a plain fact of life thai he
is fighting for his own lift and
his family's life and his country's
life. Not one 'hem has
out that A '
tins, ol i se, thai m
lis .-' em inti : :
warlike t" the kit I
t hinker who
-
"Wi
bj ha i
no al
j
;' tinistor G
ked 1 ii thi
tcr-of-facl tone, ri to
- -.'. ni
b see n- dead. It's nol
tion, you know, thai
much i o im : '
There is the essence ol
pri lent And Inste i I of di
ing Israel's aliened intransigence,
anyone who understands Israel's
true situation must applaud Is-
rael's shining OOUrage and pati-
ent steadiness under siege.
octu TOV (TEMPLE). 438 SW Cantor Jack Lerner.
8th St. Con.ervat.ve. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea B
KrlilBj si:, p.m .;u-i HP*Hk-r Mr
Sum Ki-nl'-'X Topi.-: !:" ''
KUKKlmi Jewrj Koll"e.1 l>> "'-
Shabbar.
ISRAEL (TEMPLt) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot 10
I'ri.lav Joint Sermon by Rablil Jom-pn
|; Xarol and Itabbl BtevMi II.
.i.,,!,- "Reform Judal*m -Kllual :"!.!
Itebelllon." ____ ___
SRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnasa. 11
r'rlda> :. :i....." and s:!3 p.m tluwt
Speaker: Mayor Steve Clark Hunjei-i:
"Miami, Preaenl and Kuture." Sat-
urday l!i ; in Sei in..... Thi Torah
ii ih,. 20th ivniui-y."
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix-
I man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Kridaj in p m and S p m Sal ui
da} S in Bar Mittvah: Jeff, aon
, of Mr nd Mrs Ponakl Si hwarta
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 65C0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPI.;
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive
aervative Rabbi Milton Schi
Cantor Tibor Moues.
Friday *:!" p.m Sermon p
Are Better Than Bomb* -
S:4.'i ii in Bar Mluvah: .l.ffr
i.f .Mr and .Mrs Mari-y Kul
BETH TORAH. NE IMtn St s- 111.
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mj, lin
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter. jj
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 13>d St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubtl!
N
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH 0A0P
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue, e-orm
Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgsley 3j
l'i Ida) IS p ... !u, -i S|m iik,
l-hllip I'u'lm Saturdaj Spi ,.
Mltzvah Si n ii i
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. tttSI NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi J:nih E
Caplan. jj
Friday 5:30 p m Saturda) i.
Sermon: "Th,- World Ayaim
hiiin."
YOUNQ I8RAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 90 NE 171ot St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. j(
Prlday 8 ''<' p m Saturday 9 .. s..-
in, m: "Afflk-tloil "i l.<\. c.,- Uin.
vah: Leonard, moii ol Mr ., \\,.,
Si.in, > Peart, Mlncha ,'':.',1 p,t
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Friday h:15 p.m. ilu'->t Speaker: Mr
Ijirry Hirech Saturday Hi a.m
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ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
N0RTH*MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabb. Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
CORAL CABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Grinada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 40
Friil.iv B:15 i'in rtUeHl Pr uiher]
Itabbl llalfour Briekner, I'AH
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
12 HESHVAN-5:2:
\^-\^
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox R.ibbi Shm.iryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19

BETH RAPHAEL iTEMPLEl. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETH SHOLOM iTEMPLEl. > 44
Ch.ise Ave. Liberal R.-libi Loin
Kroms:.. Assistant Rabbi Jerro'd
Levy Cantor David Conviser 1
(III
...
'' ....
'Hi'. Su ,..
r I
III
BETHTFILAH Pi" Euclid Avr Orthn.
dox. Raljbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
d.'BAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rcsencwaig.
EMANU-EL ITEMPLEl. 170' Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irvmg Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
' |i ni Knlu
Ti. We,
Hn!R^A-CAE*M^ ?40 Pmetree
Gross Rabbl Al" JAs.YNBar^,.?OH^N_ COMMUNITY
SAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orlhndox. Rabbi Tibor H Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. j,
KIXESETH ISRAEL. 1415 EUOlId Ave
clntne'l^ R.abb' D'1vld l-ehrfielS:
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH 'TEMPLE). 620 7sth St
rrSL Rabbl Mayer A0ram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NTR,UTAMIW'TEM'P1-E. BO.hSt ,nd
i.itum Waterway. Conservator
ward' KF,r?n",e ^"^ ^"tor '&
' n
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zimo-l Av.
Conservative. Rabbi M#awcll Berger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. J1
Ti ni,<> s 1 |> in S'Ti* "I
't'.. T. II Tunt BaturdAj H -
Rt-rmou: "Spiritual l-e> FT. LAUDERDALE
BFTH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
kawards. cantor Maurice Neu.
42
v vr. i> in Followed I
Saturday 9 a.m l I
b) .t Kulilusli.
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EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avt.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 41

HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH JES'ER.
126 N.E. Fi-- a 44
HOLLYWOOD

BETH EL (TEMPLE) S 14th Ave.
Reform. Rflbbi Samuel Jaffa). 41
s.i5 11 in ':u.i
l;.ii.i.i i.,v i.i Ha. i Sutui
in !: |i: |
I \'..
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE- "9
Monroe St. Conservative. R<:ol
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irv.ng
Gold. 41
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shjp.ro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW 351"
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ei'-ot J.
Wmograd. Cantor Atraham K ister.
P0MPAN0 BEACH
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SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 133 8E 11th A**-
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Can-.or Michael Frederick *
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SURFSIDE
MOGAfJ DAVID ^CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfs.de. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O. Vms.

WMirtcJ Ij^Uion V-
rccirafyts
,'', '"''' ',''' "'" am. The Jewish Worship H
Host: Rabbi Richard M Leviton,,
romple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, F i.
()('- *-a>. 7 10:00 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
H Beth David Congratatlon, Miami, Fla.
1
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Friday. October 24, 1969
vjenisl} Moridiiiaiin
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ji.rn.an EdeUberg National Marks Its 35th Anniversary
l.l>. L61Dr&llOIl National Airlines, which will be-,employees, a fleet of 53 pure-jcl
Guest Speaker
Hernc in Edlsberg, director of
tin- Office of Internal Affairs of
B'nai B'rith will lie the cups
speaker at the 126th Birthday
Celebration of the founding of
B'nai B'rith. it S p.m. Sunday.
Nov. 2, in the Diauville Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Edelsberg, who is presently re-
sponsible for the directing and
coordinating B'ni'i B'rith organiza-
tional activities in 45 countries,
throughout the world, has served
as the Executive Director of the
VS. Equal Opi*>rtunity Commis-
sion as counsel and staff director
of the Senate Sub-Committee of|nafl
Foreign Trad.
Other highlights of the 12f>th
birthday program, which will be
vincoed" by Larry King, will in-
clude a musical presentation by
1
come a transatlantic carrier on
Jan. 1, flying nonstop from Miami .
to London, is celebrating its 35th
anniversary this month. In its an-
nual report for fiscal 19G9. issued
ast month, earnings were listed
at $18.9 million, or $2.25 a share,
earnings which were surpassed
only in fiscal 1966 and 1968. The
airline's board of directors has an-
nounced an increase from 7% to
10 cents a share in the quarterly
dividend.
From a small ba8e in St. Peters-
burg and a fleet of two 140 m.p.h
Ryon monoplanes which flew a
142-mile St. Petersburg-Laktland-
Orlando-Daytona Beach route, the
airline found* d by George T. Baker
grown to a firm with 7,300
pure k
aircraft and routes that stretch
from California to Florida and
Massachusetts, serving 43 cities.
The little "palmetto-hopping up-
start," as National was called in
the early years, moved its head-
quarters to Miami in 1946, and has
had only two presidents. L. B.
Maytag, who had been president of
I Airlines in Denver, Colo., I line's Mian-.: corporate headquar-
became it, preside nt and chief ex- ti rs. and it will op< n a $40 ;. i
ecutive officer in 1962. passenger terrains his fall at New
A $34.6-million building expan- Stork's Kenn ly International Air-
sion program is under way at the port. [
Rosinek Files For
Commission Seat
Jeff Rosinek, 28. of 1512 W.
Flagler St.. has filed for the Miami
City Commission seat currently
held by David Kennedy. His cam-
paign headquarters, he announced.
will be at 2909 NW 7th St.. and
attorney Louis Jepeway. Jr., has
agreed to serve as his campaign
chairman.
President of the Young Demo-
cratic Club of Dade County. Mr.
Rosinek. who teaches government
and history at Coral Gables High
School, where he is president of
the faculty, is principal of the
< Temple Judea Religious School, a
sponsor of the Coral Gables High
School Key Club and Youth for
Good Government and has twice
been voted the Outstanding Young
Educator of the Year. He holds
membership in the Coral Gables
Jaycees, the Optimists. Tiger Bay
Political Club and Dade County
Democratic executive committee.
HERMAN EDELSBERG
the 70 piece South Florida Youth
Symphony under the direction of
Carmen Nappo, the presentation
of colors bj members of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, and a mass In-
duction of new members. Miami,
Beach Councilman Paul Solder-
man, who :- currently serving 84
the President of B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict Grand Lodge No. 5, will be
honored for his sen-ices.
Jack Rosenberg is president of
the South Florida Council of B'nai i
B'rith Lodges which is eoordinat-,
ins the program under the chair-
rmut&hip of Bernard Austein. Mem-;
-is of the program committee
arc; Jack Kirschbaum, Samuel
Pascoe, Herman Nudelman, Har-
riet Horowitz:. Eli Horowitz. BUI
i ilid Judge Theodore Nelson. Jos.;
Mondres. Mrs. Adele Arno, Mrs. |
Robert Gros>, Mrs. Irving Mandcl,
Abe Stern. Richard Donath andj
Max Friel'r.an.
Jk
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Friday, October 24. \^
System Expanded By Southern Bell
Malek JSame$ Pardo ^jdmj C"C Site Of Golf NMMMeM
Joseph Pardo. attorney, of 110'
"Expanded Direct Distance Di-
aling." introduced here recently by
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. is a
new service to facilitate placing
person to person, collect and
credit card calls, with the "brain"
>i Control Center located at the
ompany's Westchoster office at
9101 Coral Way.
"This is the second such instal-
lion in the world, but the first
it its size. Southern Bell's vice
president. Lawn nee Shefley. ex-
plained. "It's an important part of
>ur record S125 million expansion
and improvement program in
South Florida for 1969." he added.
Because of its groat cost and
omplexity, the system is being
introduced gradually. Subscribers
the Carol City area with a "52"
irefix were the first u> have the
service; Perrine area subscribers
hose numb* rs hat a "23" pre-
i\ will receive the service later
.- month.
The telephone company, which
; si ntlj has a stafl of 1750 OD-
tators, lias estimated il will need
some 2,125 by the end of the year ;
in its four Dade County operating
liters. The new equipment will
permit an operator to handle a;
larger number of calls with less
effort, because it will free her |
from paperwork, doing the time j
snd record keeping automatically. ;
Modern push-button consoles on j
which are panels displaying the i
'-ailed and calling numbers, rates I
where necessary, and timing in-
formation, have replaced the oper-1
3tor switchboards with their fa- I
niliar cords and plugs. The inno- |
vation, Mr. Sheffey said, will im-
prove the accuracy and efficiency
of long distance service.
United National
Officers Named
William J. Klug. Jr. has been
named president of the new Un1' d
National Bank of Dadeland. ac-
cording to an announcement by
Frank Smathers. Jr.. beard chair-
man of United Bancshares. hold-
ing company which owns the in w
bank. George Stock has been se-
lected as chairman of the board,
and Mr. Smathers will serve as
its vice chairman.
Other officers named to posi-
tions i*> the new banking (ability,
located in the Dadeland Shopping
Center include Arthur K. Hoy. Jr..
smior vie.- president; D, nnis P.
Chun, vice president and trust offi-
a r; William i>. Dunci n, Th< odore
J. Hoepner, Paul J. Kane and
Robert L. Schumann, vice presi-
dents; William L. Slover, cashier,
and Arthur R. Lewis, assistant
cashier.
Neaman Is ADL's 1969
Man Of Achievement
Samuel Neaman. chairman of
the board and chief executive offi-
cer of the McCrory Corp.. has
been designated as the Anti-
Defamation League Appeal's 196P
"Man of Achievement," Eli L.
Rousso, general chairman of the
New York ADL Appeal, has an-
nounced. He received the tradi-
tional engraved silver "megillah"
(scroll) award at a dinner in New
York last week.
U.S. Studying Details
Of Soviet Proposal
(Continued from Page I AI
lem to the very end, and both
agree that Egypt should open
the Suez Canal to ships of all
nations, including Israel, but
the United States is alone in in-
sisting that Egypt is obligated to
keep the Straits of Tiran open,
according to the report.
If the Russian attitude pre-
vails, observers noted, Israel will
be forced to relinquish every-
thing it gained in the Six-Day
War without having negotiated
directly with the Arabs. This
would enable Moscow to make
the claim that it helped to win
a victory tor the Arab states on
their own no-negotiation, no-
concession terms.
. Venetian Way, Rivo Alto Island. |
has been named campaign manag-1
' er for the re-election of Joe Malek
I to the Miami Beach City Council.
Pardj is president of the North;
! Shore Optimists Club, vice-presi-
dent of the Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, and is a member of
the Dade County Bar Association
and the American Trial Lawyers
Association.
1st Invitational Art
Show Kicks Off Fall
Cultural Program
Original works by leading Smith
; Florida artists will be exhibited at
the Invitational Art Show which
will lack off Temple Beth Am's
fall cultural program Saturday.
The art show represents a unique
opportunity to acquire, through
the temple, outstanding works ol
contemporary artists.
Among the local artists who will
be honored at an H to 10 p.m.
champagne reception opening thi
exhibit will be Les Wienberger.
Shirley Green. Elaine Ehrenkranz,
Adam" Turtle, Fran Williams. Jay,
Volper. Audrey Corwin Wright,
Eleanor Chambers. Larry Bono- :
, van. Sam Grodensky and Virginia
: Stemples, whose works will be on
. display.
A distinguished panel of judges
1 has been secured for the show, eo-
' chairmen Ronnie Greenstein and
i Greta Kaplan have announced, in- '
1 eluding Jonas Shubert of the Lowe
' Gallery. Bernard Davis of the
Miami Museum of Art anil Robert
Draper of the Mirell Gallery. A ,
$500 prize-will be award.il to the '
picture judged the best of show;
an additional prize ol $200 is being ',
offered by the temple for the best :
work on a religious theme.
The second annual "Burdine's
Invitational Golf Tournament
will again be played at the Miami
Country Club. Frank Strafaci.
tournament director, has announc-
ed The tournament will o; n with
a Pro-Am Celebrity event Feb. 12.
and the finals will be played on
Sunday. Feb. 15.
Only the top .W lady pi
sionals and some of the nation's
outstanding amateurs will be in-
vited to play in the Ladies Cham-
pionship Tournament over the
,lob's difficult West course, pre-
viously reserved b>r the Men's
Championship tournaments. Laat
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an amateur won a ssi >i i
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+Je*lst> fhrkttar)
Page 13-A
' Musk And Arts league Presents Dramatic Opera
"Cavalleria Rusticana," Pietro Monday, Oct. 27, in the Theatre
j Mascagni's one-act dramatic opera, | Elegante of the Hotel Plaza. 5445
' will be presented by the Family I Collins Ave., as the second in a
Opera Singers of the Opera Guild I series of eight programs sponsor-
of Greater Miami at 8:15 p.m.' ed by the Miami Beach Music and
Arts League.
Appearing in featured roles are
soprano Irene Patti. tenor Joseph
Papa, mezzo-soprano Flora Ler-
man, baritone Daniel Green and
contralto Nancy Green. Dr. Paul
Csonka is conductor and pianist.

Harry Chemin (left) and Louis Hand are among the 177
Founders of Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Chemin is lea
marketer oi wholesale and retail shoes, white Mr. Hand is
etired curtain manufacturer. Membership in the ex-
:lusive c ub Is limited to those who have donated gif s of
X) o- more to Mount Sinai.
October Lions Eye Bank .Month
.. Claude H. Kirk, Jr. has pro-
ictober Floi Ida l ions E/e
: k Month In recognition of the
vie s n ndered to the people of
irida. The Lions Eye Bank, lo-
I in the Bascom Palmer Eye
ti 1638 N'W 10th Ave., wax
iranized about "'. years ago, and
is i Iped more than 1.10J persons
through corntal transplant sur-
gery alone.
Ronald Shayne. who has been
appointed chairman of Eye Hank
Month, will lead an all-out pro-
Stanley Gold Confers
Stanley M. Gold, 8410 S.W. 36th
St., president of Local 172, United
Federation of Postal Clerks, is in>
Washington. D.C. this week as a
field member of the National
Mechanization Committee for the
United Federation of Postal
Clerks discussing automation and
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transplanted from one person to
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Generation In Revolt By Horold Goldberg
A New Kind Of American Jewish Radical
THE SPOTLIGHT has been focussed on that part
of the younger generation which has repudiated
its Judaism and its ties with the Jewish community,
identifying itself with the so-called "Third World"
and manifesting every kind of hostility to its Jewish
heritage. But there is a very substantial element of
the younget generation in revolt which does not
denj its heritage and condemns its elders for having
'. trnyi d it. This is the estranged young generation
in which liea the great hope of the Jewish commu- .
nity. Thcsi we th< yi ing Jewish radicals who would
I nd strengthen to their
its.
Hi re is how ts th i isition:
. ft blish-
- .. ASHes W .:. >T.;.
- to make
I t ... American
;.' "
Tt
-- idical in
: I i Judaisn is v
the Jewish radl nor is he activi y
i sed I Jud lanj Jew ish students on
the radic I left 1 y. Ti w isser is committed to
Judaism and to Israel, sees Judaism as radical in
spirit, at d is U ftist-oriented in politics. He is one of
a fast-growing number of Jewish college student-;
who have broken with the long-standing trend
among Jewish youth t i issi i .. ite American mores.
be th*y of the middle class or of radical loft groups
such as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).
This new trend represents a significant departure
not only in terms of Jewish life on campus, but also
in terms (if th" entire American Jewish community,
In- some SO'"J of Jewish college-age youth currently
attend college. This is the place where the future
identity of the largest singl J< ivish community in
th" wn Id will I worked out.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israelis Go To The Polls
lif ; s -;: \i:;.!s go 1 lls on
i i Is an
ry o
Labor P*rtj Alignment. ibeat-
'' if Mapai M ip im, Rafi
ind Acl t Avo lah this is the party of
she Dayan, Yigal Allon.
Abba El P nhas Sapir et a I To the
Israeli voter, this is the [rty of continuity and it is ex-
pected to poll ju-i out 50 p"reent of the vote, or 60 of
th" 120 seats In the Knesset. The big question is: Can this
perc. ntage be pulled u i so is to give them a more certain
control of the governn
Gahiil hills itself v the alternative to Labor domi-
nance. In economic matters it is conservative, and appeals
to the businessman, the industrialist, the entreprem ur. It
refuses compromise in foreign policy and opposes return
of occupied territories. To many voters it also stands for
Jabotinsky s original "both barks of the Jordan" program
Led by Menahem Begin, it wil poll tome 21 percent.
BettfftMHf B!or. The usual balance of power in coalition
governments, these throe parties with minor difference
poll about 35 percent in every e;ection. Their priority In-
terest is in advancing the power and influence of religious
authority in affair.' of the state.
Independent Liberals are not socialiststhey advo-
cate free < nterprise. They oppose extremism in any form.
State List, This is the revived remnant of the Rafi
Party whkh refused to return to Labor. Dayan was their
idol, and they would still support him. Ben Gurion ar,d
Isser Har< I head the group which, ir essence, is fight;: g
1h(v bur< i they claim holds Labor and th< I
tadrut in .ts grip.
Free Centre, an extremist wing headed by Shmuel
Tan. ...
to Begii ad< rship.
Peac4 List, posed ol iniverslt: rs at
ofchers, < n<.- itioi ol occupied an is or ev<
sett., F thos It
Er*:/. "i i^r:t. i List, headed by Dr. I I Eldad
tat r \ ntual extension of the stab ol Israi t<
full, traditi mal I the Holy Lai d
Bafcali it thi misl party wing which split off
in 1909*0 d hat drawn support from Arabs M i gi
Wage to q ition to Israel.
Mki. the original Communisl party led Moshe
''' '!> has 'i i i t ;, towing since it Bid
Israel during Ox Six-Day War ant a I eked (he Si
atafh Middle Eat i
Ha0:am Ha7*i iff ih" one-man party of Uri Avnrri,
IbtMsel gadfly, publisher ol e weekly "nudit
and toe <. ZMmtdn, who ha-: shown a knack & atchtag
onto p r
Thrr< are others: All the .-mailer parties together
will receive less than 15 percent of the votes cast, but
every 11 000-Wid Votes assures one scat in the Ko&set.
Although the new, Jcwishly-committed student
radical is a recent phenomenon, his activism is al-
ready wide in scope, and continually seeking new
forms of expression. He publishes Jcwishly-orientod
underground newspapers and intellectual journals.
combats Arab student propaganda on Israel, seeks
ideological means to define his participation in the
Black revolution and urban improvement projects
ag a Jew and not as a white, and tries to learn more
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALLOB
RabbU. Clergymen
"~ Figh f I njust La w
t% VBBIS IRE
it Ameri cities lb; Ho\-
> ion M '
Church, th Consultation Sc rvi Abor-
ou d New
V irk City clergymen, including some
Conservative rabbis, who joit s to libet
New York's rigid anti-aborti in I '. colli :ting U -'
worthy information for us( in to get it
liberalized, while helping .\ ::'.i n with solve the
problem of an unwanted pregnancy,
There is now a loose fedci i services
in New York City. Philadi Iphi i nd, Jersey
City, Boston Detroit, Ithaca, S V nd I Angeli s.
Rev Moody, who seeks I reate tl no-fee service
in each f th" 50 states. 1 I JTA that then is
....,...,,.. v
compri I :
! for help in New York ? 1 > -
.-i irte o~lv two of tici-
I :'' '
B "''-
ervt< re from doctors. 1
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int is the lit >ro
and il the woman's decis i s to nate tii"
preg ancy she is sent to a ps:
a k't r stating the m ed foi an bort H -lp m ly
!x> provided to the extent of gi\ ing her the nam
hospitals known to have a liber. or li gal
therapeutic pregnancy terminal,on. The situation
from that point on is entireiy in her 1 ds i Kcept
that >h.- is asked to make a post-abortion report, so
that CCSA can evaluate the doctors' performs
Technically, participants in the program are
committing the "crime" of aiding, abetting or con-
s'?'ring, in making referrals to abortionists, a hazai I
which might be- a factor ,n the ii b ';. the serv-
ice to obtair adequate numbers o1 -. and
rabbis. But Rev. Moody pointed oul thai th pro-
gram is being conducted opea j .. ..'and
this could t* th* t-;...... o.'l.cia; r. t ;v.
action has beer, evoked.
about Jewish history and about the i.rephetic mev
sage of social justice. So though he .s t,:: jn ,?"
process of defining for himself the t< rrr Jew" v
program is acting positively as a Jew This youne
Jewish radical is highly critical of wht I h
the pointless, petty, selfish involvement ol (he Jew.
ish community Establishment. He sees America*
Jewrj as obsessed with duplicating the
self-centered life of White, Anglo-Sa* '
middle class America (hence, the b "WASH"
Jewih counterpart of WASP).
So\ every Jewish rallied is invol'
. ti\ ities, and not every one shan
but th. > :ate the temj
.. haps it is

ic t nu

I -, I
in .1
.
i S
is ot
I; few t
ers don't tell th
ludnism on thi
lent.s is n so: s recentlj is ot
the i ick 'ii' a bettci 9 gt
its ii nt stages The imj)act ol I
gt ips stretches f ir beyond ti" ir mber-
- 1
M : Triel < -- Junl r F llov ': Cen-
ter ir ; 11 St ;;. ol I' mi ratl :
Santa Barbara, Calif. His Involvement wit! re~
otiented. 1 immitted, youn{ ws
proceed fn -sided ision of At ric rj
has I* ke I c osi ly w itl su
tions as th 1 i..u-
'' n of J
a V rk Cit .
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fui tiot
us resol
....;. ... |f,
I i ma t nd l
'.'
I 5ti ty in;

iss : must I if the
breach bet.veen t! ty ned Jewish
I its elders is to be he lie I '.'.' the Jew-
is angry, it is not yel em-
tten I neral student radical movement
I State* Working relationships bel
"' ~' '" "' '-' organized Jewish community
ran be insrtituted, providing the Jewish com-
munitj .- w ling ,. \.. jts critic; a maring Ac-
ling to somi n r.t indications, it has been mov-
' irect -.
~ rr bwasser: "To those estaMishmentar 1
*ho say You can't tx Jewish and radical I answer.
""I- Jewish .-.nd not be radjes : intensely
. for the i>oor and forminor-
'; groups, dying and preservh the Tradi-
se :t in whatever \- it is
icabl '

BOOK RIVIM By Seymwr B. Liebtmm
The Suez Canal: In Peace And War
ALTHOUGH 1 1 -knowj In his
nativ. Heatl Englant
many years, tht fai pro
author and noted New Testa
Hugl
ished .:. Ami rica un1
Passover Pji -,.
Sue; '
' 1955 befor.
tvwu ...ajor event- .. .
1956 and the Si> I June 19
Weareii lebt. .; gchonf.
updating The Sue/. < anal Ir, PcMe !ulli v. ^ w
versitj of Miami Pre $f,.9J ai I 9 a. et
book Ihei :.
'; i3s of mil Ha<
Since the t, hs, men dreamet
nrnnaiton..rtth. v.,! u-:,:., ., ,
Ecypt layatl .art,
to] DeL, n
h.screat,or,:th( Sue:
abackgrc. rti events; internets
: ; its H ou- disn gard of its
' a1 often "th r ''"''" th< past."
Peoj e ant i .pard v. i\ ( ne thing
"' cai nol cl at : tlu s] .- Mod
seven asit .
U 6 Anglo-1
termii V''<"-
di gpit. ", n Sn .: ?.. 1
the canal I ship]
g cargo to or ft rael, thus
' I88E C6nv< ntion of C
'< that the ar.al ren 1 n '"
: ':" ihos. engaged in w i-
' treaty, Ei t rmttem ,,/, i 1 anal ' "'" :m ih assets. The perfiav 1 I I gypt his
'-"<'< thai ol Albjcu and its actioni in R
' ''" Nassei demand, d the wtthdra 1 a ol U N
- Sham -Sheikh were right ir. charac-
' tributed to-the-start of th. >-l>ny War
'" i! r'" 1 preswiti h;E f.-vcts object veij H
boo* is important ai a reference sow n as
1 "' esntrtbutisn and his app. are in-
v.'ili.a:-,,-


Friday. October 24. 1969
+Je*Ufinar*M9r
IN THE'OWNTV JUDOfe-s COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. tS41t
III RE: Estate of
I1LADYS BHOCK
Dec<:*ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. AJ1 Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clitlms or Demands Against Said
estate.
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed-to present any claims and demands
whlch you may have against the es-
tate >f OkADYS MIOCK deceased
I;, i. r,f Dade Cowily, Florida, to the.
County Judges of Dude County, and
file th; sanv 111 duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Slatu-
t-s. in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dada- County, Vlorlda.
within six alenilur months frr-m the
lima of the first publication hereof,
Date4 ai Miami. Florida, thin 15
day of October, A.D. 196!".
AUGUST F. (RID) KROWN
Ah Executor
Firs' publication of this notice on
ilie i7'h day of October, 1969.
HHATTT Bl'RCH
Alton y for Administrator
lnOJ 84 ybold llldg.,
Mian.. Fla.
1" 17-34-81 11 7
IN T-E COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85299
i uk Estate o(
ADA (KINTIIAI..
He. aaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
l mis or Demands Against Said
lati
VOU re hereby notified and requir-
lo present any claims ami demands
rhicn yu may have against the es-
ate of ADA ckintiial deceased
I, ''. Dad,- County. Florida, to the
'ounty Judges of Dnde County, and
lie Ihi same in duplicate and as pro.
Ided In Section 73J.16, Florida Btatu-
. their offices in the County
'ourthouse in Dade County. Florida,
thin >ix calendar months from the
imt of the first publication hereof,
I ih< same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
laj October, A.D. 1989.
MOSES .i tii:r\D\vi:i'.i:
As Administrator, C.T.A.
l"ii- publication of this notice on
he iT'h day of October. 1969.
SIMON MAYS A ORrNDWEKO
Wlortays for Estate
in A -.shy Building
M Is n Florida 33133
10 17^-24-31 ll 7
UMintmcr
IN.IH.E^OUNTY JUOOES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, No. IS125
In ItK: I-:-tut- of
KafUCN AMLYN
Deoeaaed,
* ,,'t,,ot,ce to creditors
7 Vr,s,,tor* ai"1 All Persons Hav-
l"itatr'ma r D<'ma"ds Agalnat Said
You ure hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HFJ.EN AMI.Y.V de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
1 .; Cou,,t> Judges of Dade County
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.1b. Florida
Statutes, in th.-ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar m./nths from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this SSth
day of October, A.D. 19fi
SHBV w. KOOAN
n.r,iSlfc|lSbMcn.U2P of ,hi" nr"i'" on
the lftih il.-iy ,,, October, lfiii'i
CAID1V. RnTIIENBER.;,
KOOAN. KORENBBUM
*i ROTHENBERO
by: ZBV W. KOOAN
Attorneys for
SSSTV IV. KOOAN
4-'" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Flu.
10/10-17-34-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-16443
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ell,BEN MART HCELKIi;
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAYMOND HUBLBIO,
Deefndant.
To: mil RAYMOND HFEI.BIG
.is Twelfth Btreel
iiohoken. New Jersey
>"u. RAYMOND HCELHIO, ar, here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
t"f Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to s. rv. a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MR. Al.HERT Wl I. ENSK V
M-118 Biacayne Huildlng. in Weal
Flagler. .Miami. Florida and fib- the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office ot the clerk of the Circuit
< ourl on or b
Nova mber, 1969
VMEHV
Page 1S-A
BY HENRY LEONARD

Four daily newspapers, Yiddish papers and
hourly news broadcasts! What kind
of a News AAaniac did I marry?"
LEGAL NOT1CI
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN .loll.V ABBEC,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOAN STEVENSON ABREI',
Defendant
for,- the 17th day of | TO: JOAN STEVENSON A HREF
If you fail t.p do so. : Residence Inknnu n
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
S'OTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
virtue of Chapter B78 of Florida
tutu tec Annotated (1941) Ware-
I i-u.-e:- and Warehouse R......|pts,
IfAhaTa.n ARE VAN LINES a Florida
I lo-por; timi b> virtue of Its warehouse
I B'ii has in its possession the follow -
| Ii d< rlbed property:
1 ed Household e.....is as the property
t>t ROLJ.1E HAWKEY whose last
iiowi address was p.O Box 47-613
laml Fla and that on the I 111 day
ii \. .ember, 1969 during the legal
ours of sal,-, mainly between 11:00
rorenoon and jam tn the afternoon
\ u 34th Avenui. Miami.
Florida the undersigned shall offer
or -. la to the highest bidder for cat*
hand the above described property
if ROM.IK HAWKEY
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 10th
:i.-\ ol tobei 1969
l" 17-34
judgment by d.-fauit will be taken ,
against you for the relief demanded |
in the Hi i of complaint. I pjnini ,,
I ins notice shall he published once against von.
en. ii week for four CO a se. u t i Ve Weeks
III Till-: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
.i"", K ,AN'" ""' >ERBD at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of October AD
1969
i: B LEATHBRMAN, cierk
< Ircult Court, Dade County Florida
Bj M !: BONSTEIN
Deputy Clerk
it ircuit Court Seal)
ALBERT WILEN8KY
M-im Blscayne Building
Miami, Floi ids
1" 10-17 24-31
You, .lo.\N 8TEYBNSON Al'.RKI".
arc hereby notified tliat a Kill of Com-
Mvorce has been filed
and you are required to
LEGAL NOTICE
JlN Tt-E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN *,ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84917
, RE Esta.....t
fi:.w i;s ISABELLE TOMLJNSON
I', i .,-..!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
| i- Claims or Demands Against Said
.slat,
You are hereby notified and requlr-
<1 to present any claims anil demands
rhich you may have against the es-
te ol PRANCES ISABELLE TOM-
.INS'-N deceased I.it. of Dade County,
Plorldi ;.. the County Judges of Dade
Bounty, and file the same in duplicate
H'"l ai provided in Section 7,13.16,
Florid;. Statutes, in their offices in
Ilia- County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, II Ida, within six calendar months
Irom ', lime of the first publication
'*-'"- P or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
lia.v i ; i.lober. A I 1969
'" M TOM LlXSoN
A* Administrator
Fir-' publication ol ihi.- notice oil
lie I7tli rta> of i icioi., r 1969
t. BRUCE AI.FX ANDCIl
Uttornej for
' M I.INSc IN
'"' B 1st Sl .Miami I'll
in 17-24-31 II 7
|n tf-e county judge's court
in and for dade county,
Florida in probate
No. 85287 Dowling
ItR Estate of
SB HERMAN
. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
redltors and All Persons Hav-
' ins or Dent \_. isl Said
I i
i I and ri
1 I Bnj i laims and de-
ids v hlch j ou mnj hnvi ugainsi
III 1 HERMAN d,--
i Ii r, l-'loi Ida,
' unly Ju Dade C luntj ,
tlUplii ate and as
Ki Florida
In tl : ihe i 'outtlj
1 In Dnde County, Florida,
calendar months from Ihe
ol the first publication hereof.
some will be hat i .1
i Miami. Fioi Ida, this loth
i September, A 11 1969
max HERMAN
BBTTY .1 CIMMIXCS
As l-Jxe, ntors
publication of this notice on
Ith day of flctober 19(1
[DB I HICHBLa-nd
rOlS ROTHHNBERa
Mnsel
^y fa.r Kxecutor-s
cayne Muilding.
Florida
10/17-24-31 11,7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY UIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
OBNEVA APARTMENTS at 370 Palm
Avenue and ::7 West 37 Street, llia-
leah, Florida Intend ta. register said ,
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
t ourl ,.i I hob- i '..unl v. Florida
CHBVI HBRB8T
HARRY PBICEIt
BRl IAD AND i 'ASSEL
Attorneys for
CHBVI HERRST and
HARRY FEIOER
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Florida
1" i" 17-24 31
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Rill of Complninl on the
l'laintiffs attorney. LESTER KOO-
BR8, ESQ., '.: N.W. 14th Street.
Miami. Florida 33136 and file
original Answer or Pleading
office of the Cl.rk of the
Court on or before the Rrd day of
November, 1969 If you full In rt<
judgment by default will i
against you for the relief ,l
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nnce
each week for four rtmseculive weeks
in I'HH JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
1)' INE AND ( iRDEREH lit Miami.
y ni da, this 1st day of ictober A \>
R LEATHBRMAN. Cleric
the
in tin
t 'ircuit
taken
manded
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
No. 69-16434
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARYKAY GHBATHOl'SE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DONALD JOHN OREATHOl'SB,
Defendant
TO: Donald JOHN OREATHOCSE
Keystone Village Trailer Park
Clrt un fourt, Dada i "ount?.
Bj : M. i: BONSTEIN
Deputy 'lei:.
tl 'ir.-uit Court S, all
l.l'.STKi: ROGERS, ESQ.
999 N W lllh Str
Miami. Florid;
At toi nej for
Florida
laintiff
10 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY OIVEN that
the uudet sic.....I, desirli -' to
In business under Ihe fictitious name
of TO
14-4
Florida intends to register suiu
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dad,- County, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ColLNFLL AND LANZA at 1201
llrlckell Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,f Dade
i ountj. Florida,
CORNELL AND LANZA. I' A
BRROL S CORNELL, President
OBORGE V. LANZA, Secretary
KI'RT WF.I.I.ISi 'II
Attorney for
CORNELL AND LANZA, p A.
167 Almeria Avenue
Coral Cables. Florida 33134
la in -i7-jt..;i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85182
In HE: Estate ol
WILLIAM A. ROHRBACH,
Dei i asi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All 1
Having Claims or Demands Anainst
Said Estnta :
V"u ara hera'by notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may huve agnfnsl il" es-
tate of WILLIAM A ItOHRRACH
d.c.a-e,| late of Dnde County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate anal
as provided in Section 7:::t !*'. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
ivitlm: six calendar months from Ihe
lime of the first publication hereof,
or tin- same v. ill be banco.
Dai.,i ;,i Miami, Florida, tins tiih
ilaj oi i '. toher, A D 1969.
KI I'll .- flOltitUACR
As Executrix
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CK IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirliiK to engatte
or mr&SSVaS*? "" fi,:t'i"U" names
of ItORERT T. RASS, M D.; ROBERT
T. BASS. Mil.. PA. at 333-41st St.,
Miami Reach. Horida MHO Intends
to register said names with the Clerk
','f ***f Clrrlt Court of Dade County.
Florida. "
ROBERT T. BASS, M.D .
PROFI-SSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARBER AND ROSK1N PA
Attorneys for Apph. .cm
l'Ki Biscaj-ne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 3:1132
_______________ 10/3-ln.17.04
NOTICE UNDER
____FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,.NOTiCK IS HEREBY OTVBN that
the underslKned, desiring to enguen
In business under the fictitious name
uleneagle,.
of VISTAS FNI.IMITED at 6960
Oleneagle Dr.. Miami Lakes. Fla In-
tend to register said name with the
a lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ouoty, Florida.
'." Interest MICHAEL EDK1.MAN
:.|'', Interest JOHN DIECKMAN
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
nay ot September, 1969
FKOMBERO, FROM BERG
& R< iTH. P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
Ming Blscayne Bltlg.
19 \\. Flagler Street
Miami. Fla 33130
la 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under th. fictitious mime
of GILBERT JACOBSON, D.D.8. at
1160 Kane Concourse. Ray Harbor Is-
lands. Miami Reach. Florida, intends
to register said name with the clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dad. County,
Florida
GILBERT JACOBSON, D D S .
PHI IFESSI" i.XA I. ASSOCIATION
B) GILBERT JACI >BS< IN, D D 8,
FROMBBRO, FROMBERG
& ROTH, P.A.
Attorneys for
c.ll.i'.l'.R'r JACOB80N, D n S
Professional -Association
10 5-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
DBS. BRODY AND KANE; I.ACR-
i:\CK B, IIIIODY, D.D.8.: STAN-
FORD KANE, D.D.8, at Dade County.
Florida intend to register Raid nam. s
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol l lade *ount y, Plorltla.
BRoDY AND KANE
DENTAL ASSOCIATES P A,
Dade County, Florida
SPARREII AND ROSKIN P \
AI lornev- for Applicants
' l|sa-a} ne RI .;
Miami. Florlala 33132
I" 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In engage In
business unaler the flctltlaius name of
AMERICAN TRAVELERS ASSOCIA-
TION at 7M,i-T"7 Congress Building,
! Ill N E 2nd Ave Miami. Flo, in-
tends ii, registaT said name with the
"lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
'ounty, Florids
i iwna>r: K.U'l. R i II.fVA
;,..; -mi:i ess RldK Miami
I" 3-10-17-24
I1M'.-.- UIBM. I m- in in'"-- i......^.
TAL DESIGN ASSOCIATES at
Cadiz Avenue. Coral Gables,
a Intends t" register said n~~
the Clerk of the Circuit C
tmde County, Florltla
JARRBTTS JADE LTD INC.
Rv: RICHARD C JARRETT,
PRESIDENT
First publiciti
Ihe imli daj oi i,
E. PAl'L I'.KA'l'l \
Attorney for h'xa-culi
lot : Seybold Blalg .
Mi.' in:. Flo! [da
nam,
Court
mis nolle
1969.
In p..|
P..........
LARSON & MARVIN
Attorneys for Applicant
777 N.W. 7^ Avenue
Miami. Florida
-rT-34-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of MBDCO DlSCOl'NT STORES al
:>4:::: Harding Ave Surfslde, Fla. in-
tends to register said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,
County, Florida.
Hat.,1 at Miami. Florida this 2nd
day of September I96S
MBDCO STi I RES, INC .
i- .i..c county, Kioriiia.
TO: DONALD JOHN OREATHOCSE Dated at Miami. Florida this fn
Keystone Village Trailer Park NOTICE UNDER da) of September 1969
23686 South Keystone Way FICTITIOUS NAM E LAW MBDCO STORES,INC..
Mount Clemens, Michigan xoticc is HEREBY GIVEN thai by PHILLIP GlwXSSMAN. President
ii.Vi'"-.. I>"N'V", l""X ,,;l:':AY the undersigned" desiring to engage In FKOMBBRO. FROMBERG
i ,'" ,:-"'" '"''''>'. '"dined thai a ,, um,w Uie fictitious names ol ft ROTH. P.A
Lin ol Complaint for Divorce has ,... .....p.,. ,. Snvdi:i:. M.D.: OIL- attorneys for Applicant
ben hi,,i against you. ami you are RMRT B SNYDER M.D-, PA at M-12 Blscayne Blvd.
required to serve a copy of your ... ..... ]4|1 Sl Mr,,mi. Fin, 331.16 Miami, Fin 33130
Answer or Pleading lo the Hill n( a,,.,1,|. reeist.r snid names with 10 3-10-1 I
1 "'V''11""!.'."_' th.- I-lamtiff's attorney, ,,,,....'.,., ..,., ,...., ,.,, ,,,-, ,,, i.,ole .--------------------------------------------------
IIMi N.'...
intends to register snid names
ih, Clerk of the Cn, ull Coui i
Florida
1, \ I 1 ll- ,',-^-, v- ,.... ,, ,. -, I lie lei i\ o, in. o m. ..........
1'AI I. I\\\IINI.\. Un Lincoln Road. ,.,,,.. Florida
Miami Reach. Florida 33139 and file .linCI'TR SNYDER M.D.,
the original Answer or Pleading In PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
Hie office of ih, i i.rk ol the Circuit SPARBER WD ROSKIN PA.
Court on or before lie 14th rtnv n( '"""?",.: -In ..
Courl on or before the 14th day of
November, 1969. If you fall to da s...
judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for ihe relief demundasd
ii the i'.ill ..f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ii 'h iveel foi four msecutlve wea ks |
in TDK JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN
l INE AND i IRDBRBD at Miami.
ii. tins 3rd day of t Ictobt r .\ I
[969
K B LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
'In a i 'nui;. 11 iale Caiuntv, I ,.|.,
irv j c SMITH
1 iuty < ierk
|| 'n Ull i 'ami S. all
FAI'L KWITN1
R, ad
Attorney fair Pin hit iff
Mi..mi Bi ii Ii, Fla,
10 I" 17 -I 31
Attorney s for Applli
a" Ris,-.,mi, Blval
.Miami. Fla 33132
la 10-17- I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the Miderslgned, desiring lo engage In
h under the fictitious names ,.|
low ARD WBlNSTt K'K, D. O.;
HOWARD WIcXSToCK. |i ii p \
al 16916 Nil 19th Ave., North Miami
Bench. Fla 33161 intends to registel
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County, Florida,
HOWARD WBIKSTOCK, D o.
PROFESSIONAL AS8< xIATION
SPAKBBR AND ROSKIN I'.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
inn BtBcayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida Mia*
It l0-17-24-.il
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85251 (Dowlinyi
rnRE i: late of
I'llll IP S ECKSTEIN.
Deca'l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16000
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.HI.I \NA in isyl'E,
i a iff.
vs
,11 >RGK Bl ISQCR
Defend
Tt I IORGE BOSQ1 'E
\. u. IORGK Bl "SOI K
I thai Bill i
i
'i
imi
.nil' dui ''al ai
:"
Statute*, In their officei In lha Cou
Courthouse ill \i.fh' Couftly,
11 tn ii sn calet du fra-m lha
of the flrsl uhl mt hi ri
. barred
tlm
or the s.ina,
Fli
thi- :
Dae ' .Idled at Miain .
day ol October, A D I9B9
4JTLVIA B IIAXIdilSM \N
An Adminlsti atrin
*>tats .f Philip .- r
IllTIMAX and CARY P a
iu im Helmafi
Atteapftevs fur Administratrix
into B.W isi Street
Miami Florida
I* 19-17-24-31
I 1:. Bill if I 'int.
This hall b. published once
cadi IV) foul .....II1 IT. w ceks
, ISH I'd HIDIAN
DONE \ x I' tI0 lEREI I at Miami
this 26th day of September
in
l: l: l.l'.A'illl-lHMAX Clerk
ill Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj y B BONSTBIK
Deputy Clerk
11 ':r GCH.DWORN atad NHI', P A.
I' O Rot 198
M ami, Florida >314i
Attornes b far Plaintiff
le 8-19-17-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DIC I A L Cl RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16133
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES Wl I.I.IK IIRIFFIN
l 'laintiff
JANNIE M VE ORIFFIN,
1 >. I.nilalit
TO: JANNIE MAE ORIFFIN
, ,. Mrs l.orcii. Allen
llL'l Steven Sire, i
I'iici.i. Nt Va>rk
You. JANNIE MAE GRIFFIN, are
I ,. bj notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
Insl you, nnd you are required
to serve n copy of your Answer or
: Pleading In Ihe Bill of Complain) on
he Plaintiff's attorney, LAW OF-
FICES OF PAl'L I'ol.l.ACK.. Suite
inn |Tito x w 7th Street, Miami.
F .re1.1 3312.* anal file the original
Ansu i '" or I 'lending In the office ol
ihi Cli rk of the Clra ull Courl on or
l fore the Ith day of No\a mber,
,,,,,., if v,,u i., i !,. ,1,, so. Judgment
all \>ill he taken against you
for the relit f dt manded In Ihe Bill
inplaiiit
|-ln- i nhall be publisln <1 once
,:,, h ... !, for four cot utlvt wea ks
In Till: .HOW ISI1 FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
ith da) of Si pti mber
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-arewisJri Floridlan EZ
Israel's Achievement
r.:i?mi, Florida -- Friday, October 24. 1S69
Section B
Syria Elected To Security Council
IIVITITI M \ TI/-WC Trr,
UNITKD NATIONS UTA)
Syria, one of Israel's bitterest
enemies, has been elected to a
two-year term as one of five
non-permanent Security Council
representatives. It was the can-
didate of the General Assembly's
Asian bloc and will lake the
seat vacated by Pakistan on
Jan. 1.
A quiet campaign conducted
by Isra< I to reduce the vote ap-
parently bore some fruit, be-
cause Syria was fifth in the field
of five principal candidates for
seats on the 15-member br.dy
charged with maintaining inter-
r.ational peace and security. De-
spite its appart nl inability to
block Syria's election. Israel's
. ampaign to reduce the vote did
demonstrate to the woi Id com-
munity that many delegations
in disturbed bj Syria's contin-
ued ilk gal deti ntion of two Is-
raeli civilians who were aboard
te TWA j. th-: : hijacki d and
ireed to land i:i Damascus on
29.
The voting was conducted in
- cret and no abstentions were
corded. Man} nations received
a small numb >t >i votes; how-
llanocli Givton
llistatlinl Dinners
Principal Speaker
Hanoch Givton, Minister Plen-
i: otentiary to the United Na-
tions from the State of Israi 1.
will be the principal speaker at
the annual dinner of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Flor-
ida at the Fontaini bli au Hoti l
"'.. 20. The announcement of
his acceptance was made this
\ ek by Histadrut Council prcs-
i lent Dr. Michai I Sossin and Dr.
Kronish, i ational via pn s-
i lenl of the His:a rut.
It will be thi first visit to
Fl irida for the No. 2 man of
Israel's permanent mission to
i Unit* d Nati ins, where he
ks closely with Ambassador
V isi i Ti koah, hi a I of the Jew-
ish state's i 's. missi >n, in rep-
: -. nting Israel at I oth Securit.
'il and General Ass, mbly
tings.
Ci nsid< red an authority on in-
t rnational diplomacy, Mr. Giv-
t m is a graduate of the 11 -1 11 u
iversity ol .' r isal m, where
n ceivi d a Master of Arts de-
' e in the Humanities, and at-
i nded the Hebi w University
ioI of Law.
The former dii ir g< n< ral of
i Israel Broadc isting A
i '. Mr. Givt in movi d up to
post after a I c ir i r that
t -.in as a newscaster for the
1 : ground Ha anah radio atn-
ti : before the State of Israel
was established. He organized
t news service of Kol Israel,
i Isra< I Broadcasting Service,
i 1948, and headed th news
partment until 1955. when he
v as named a member of Israel's
' '< d Nations d legation.
Deputy director of the Isra I
adcasting Service from 195S
! 1960, and din ctor from I960
I 1965, he has s rvi d in Ins
sent position sine January,
1 -;s.
A native ol 1 al stine, Mr.
Gh ton came to it the agi
i IS. He and bus wife are the
nts of one so;-..
The annual dinner of the Is-
rael Histadrut Council of South
Fl '"ida benefits the wi Ifare,
>ti. iii. health an i r< li I
I rograms sponsor--,1, by the His-
tadrut in Israel.
ever. 84 votes were necessary
for election. Poland received
121. Burundi 118, Sierra Leone
H7. Nicaragua lu.; and Syria
was given 101.
The s. ats are allocated ac-
cording to "geographical repre-
sentation." Syria was endorsed
by the Asian nations, and under
an agreement by which mem-
ber states operate, the rest of
the L'.N. members accepted the
selection. Poland replaces Hun-
gary in the Eastern European
seat; Nicaragua succeeds Para-
guay; Burundi succeeds Senegal,
and Sierra Leone replaces Al-
geria, thus reducing the pro-
Arab balance by one. The other
Council members, whose terms
expire at the end of 1970, in-
clude Spam. Finland. Colombia,
Nepal and Zaml ia. Permanent
memlx rs, ail of whom have the
veto, are the United States.
Britain, France, China and Rus-
sia. Thi n. w lim up >av< s five
members on the Council who do
not have di] tic n lations
with Isra< I: Syria. Russia Po-
land S nd China.
Foreign Minister Abba I at
told a pn ss eonfi n nee in Jeru-
sai, m that it Syria do< s nol n -
lease the two Israeli civilians it
has h. Id since August, when the
TWA plane on which they wry,'
passengers was hijacked, Israel
will have to rei valuate its rela-
tionship with the UN. Security
Council. He gave no indication
of what change would be marie
in Israel's attitude toward the
Council.
The Foreign .Minister scoffed
at wire service reports that the
Unil d States and the Soviet
i nion had agreed in principle on
a settlement of the Middle East
dispute, and declared peace ef-
forts were being block, d because
Egypt is "nowhere near ready"
to make peace with Israel.
Replying to a reporter who
observed that the U.N.'s 1947
partition plan envisioned the
creation of an Arab state in Pal-
estine. Mr. Eban said Israel
could not consider the establish-
ment of a third Palestinian state
in the territory of the former
British Mandate of Palestine
and that the Arabs themselves
had reject! d that notion.
Tip Touches Off
Search Of Ships
LONDON UTA' Police and
customs officials searched Is-
raeli ships arriving at British
i orts for a time bomb supposi d-
ly secreted aboard me ol them
by an Ethiopian lilor in the
iloy of an Arab t< rorist or-
ganization after K; ; jm iHj.
gence agents tipped Scotland
Yard and the II mi Offi. >j
a r< port that an explosive de-
vil powi rful i n iugh to d< stray
th- ship and severely damage
the port at which it berths had
been smuggled onto a vessel
bound for England.
(Israeli police authorities In
Haifa branded the story a hoax
and said there were no Ethio-
pian sailors aboard any Israeli
ships sailing to or from Britain.
but the Ziir Line's "Rachel" was
searched at sea.)
iLLAS. Tex. (JTAi
th. sis siad'i
itj to achi \
in a framework ol
di mocracy is b. hin I Si let
Arab hostility was i n
Dr. John j. Fla tier, director ol
labor education at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota who is c nsid-
ered an authority on Mideast
labor affairs, in a spei ch at a
regional conference on Jewish
Issues sponsored by the Inter-
national Council of B'nai B'rith.
Dr. Flagler's theory is that the
Israeli experience has Irritated
"hard line" Soviet ideologists by
demonstrating that new states
ne. d not resort to institutions of
dictatorial government, suppres-
sion of civil liberties or the n
nvntation of populations in or-
der to raise living standards and
reduce the gap between the
"haves" and the "havi -no's
He theorized that Russia at i
' luntas of l
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for newlj
1 conference, thi first of a
- ie'S ntended to stimula
lie action programs in :
Jew:;., jews in Arab countri is
and Isra I s d< man i for lit ;
itiations with the Arab
tions throughout the L'r./
States, was attended by 2
delegates.
Another speaker, Dr. Judd L.
Teller, charged that Moscow is
making scapegoats of Russian
Ji as "common enemi 9
a!! Russian peoples" in an eff H I
to mollify other Soviet ".;- i
minorities which have bee r
nder thi Soviet pro-
-' to "Russify" them.
Recipient of ihe Jerusalem Peace Award at the Beth David-
Israel Dinner of State Sunday night was Aaron Kravi:z,
(second from left) who was cited for his distinguished ser-
vice en behalf of Israel. Beaming proudly at his left is Mrs.
Kravitz, Rabbi Sol Landau, right, spiritual leader oi Be".'r.
David. and Colonel Itzhak Yavneh, who conferred the Award
on behalf of Israel. More than 403 members of the Con-
gregation joined in the tribute to Mr. Kravitz at the dinner
in the Fcntair.eblecu Hotel.
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Friday. October 24, 1969
Drug Discussion By Dr. David Lehman
Dr. David J. Lehman, will be
.in-t speaker at Temple Or Olom
:t 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 2. A;
H. /in- in Cardiology and Internal
Medicine, tie Ls the director of the
| -,_ rous Diugs Division of the
\u -i\\ General's office. State of.
ind chairman of Projects
reennue and Parental Alert of the
l County Medical Aasocia-
ii Dr. Lehman win discuss pro-
. >l identification, guide lines
i parents with teenagers on
i t parents can do for
hen* chiM.eii. and how they car.
h .>'.
Dr. lyh-v hi. who received hi~
ll.D. '. --.< from the Universitj
vi Medical Schi .1 i< p3St
.hiot-.,--M- iioinc and S c
n ih M die I Staf! of Memorial
Hospital in Hollywood. H Is a
Iplomat the American Board
,1 icterr I M Heine and an As-
f the American College
In 1987. Dr. Lehman, with the
*upp i: tru membershi th
! C.....i"- Medical A*so
ti ,n, ersuaded ihe Broward Coun-
tj B f Public Instruction t<
I pilot pr srr n of Drug
Brouanl County Group
Hapa Propaganda Fight
Joseph Kleiman. vice president
l the Broward County Chapter of
he American Jewish Committee,
will convene a meeting of repre-
,i'<'- i vaiions Jew
nunal organizations of Broward
ounty to consider th formation
if a joint program to combat Arab
i i luncheon Wednes-
laj Inn, Hollywood
Mr. Kli
Ih Ai lb
its clums
. s isticated 1 ruquea
signed to win s>
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Abuse Education into the second-
ary schools of Broward County. He
has appeared on many radio and
television documentaries and in-;
terviews. and h:ts a weekly ques-
tion and answer telephone radio
pvoeram in Miami. In the past
thrai years, Dv Lehman has given
numerous lectures on the various
aspect* of drug addiction and abuse
to professional, civic ;ind church.
groups, and has spoken to many
thousands of junior and senior nigh
whool and elementary school stu*j
rk nts and parents.
All concerned persons of the
community arc invited to attend.
B.B. Presents 350 Flags
The South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rit:-. is continuing in its
monthly project of presenting VS.
flags to newly-inducted citizens.
Some 350 flags were distributed
this week. Irving Matlin. chairman
of Community ami Veterans Serv-
ices, announced. Manny Sussman
of the Coral Gables Lodge was on
hand for the presentation.
Beth David U. S. Y.
Sets Year's First Dance
The Beth David Chapter of the
United Synagogue Youth will hold
its first dance of the year In Spec-
tor Hall. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.. at
8 p.m. Saturday.
The "Spring Hinge" band will
provide the music, and currently
popular albums of long-playing
n i ords will be on sale on a first-
come, first-served basis
Hebrew Club Meets
Moadon Hahistadrul Haivrith,
the Miami Beach Hebn Club, re-
es its anr lal activitb s M
t 8 p.m. at 100 Line

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SPAGHETTI
Magazine Article
NEW YORK ;JTA". Jewish
marriages are relationships of
give and take, and include a
highly developed art of quarrel-
ing which resolves disputes. This
is one of the reasons given in a
new book by researchers Given
Schwartz and Barbara Wyden
that the Jt-wish divorce rate in
the United States is about half
the national average.
The book, summarized in the
current Issue of "Ladies' Home
Journal." Ls entitled "The Jewish
Wife." and is based on a survey
conducted in 1966. The study of
equal numbers of Jewish and
non-Jew ish wives in middle class
and upper-middle class neigh-
borhoods of Greater New York.
Los Angeli s, Chicago and Phila-
delphia, was followed up with
personal interviews with many
Jewish wives, using the results
of the 1966 study .lines.
In the view of the researchers,
'Perhaps no other ethnic group
can outdo them in the art of
quarreling. A Jewish husband
and wife will spend hour alter
hour stormily ventilating differ-
ences of opinion, while i
I lea stow quietly all the waj
to the divorce court.
"Part of the explanati
cording to the book, "is that the
Jewish wife ti n Is t< be an equal
to her husband m times more
equal" than he is. sometin s 1< --
but she is r.i ver a doom
The Ji w is i w ifi is i like-
ly to pla<
Summarizes Book On Jewish Wives
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band's emotional needs than the
Gentile wife. "She believes in
commiserating with the husband \
when business problems arise, in
catering to his moods, constant-
lv building up his ego and, when-
ever possible, being cheerful to
keep up his morale. Non-Jewish
wives," the researchers assert.
"tend to put more weight on
physical assets which the Jewish
wife pretty much takes for ,
granted.
'The Jewish wife displays a
notable lack of inhibitions in her
sex life," the report asserted. It
quoted psychiatrist Bruno Bet-
tleheim as saying, "With Jews,
sex is taken for granted. Sox Ls
sex. not a religion. It just feels
good."
"Jewisn men make better hus-
bands because Jewish worn, n
keep them tired, broke and sat-
isfied." an almost 60-year-old
Jewish wife told the researchers.
Rabbi Rudin Guest At Temple Sinai
Guest speaker at the special
service Friday night marking the
dedication of the sanctuary-social
hall recently complet.il by T< mple
Sinai. North Dade's Reform con-
gregation, will he Rabbi Jacob
Philip Rudin, one of the American
Rabbinate's most prominent men.
Rabbi Rudin. the immediati
presidi nt ol th Sj nagogue Coun-
cil of An* : a and pasl pn sidenl
. ;_. | o ntral Con-
. | ^ <<<" has
th spiritual leadi r ol Temple
Great Neck, L.I., N.V..
:
The congregation, which has
ising ti mporar> fa
its building was being erect-
ed, ha- _: ". ft 'nan 201
50 families nder the
. Rabbi Ralph Kit gs-
- tual l< ader
of the congregation three years,
Plans are being made for the aditi-
tion of a religious school building
to accommodate the youngsters ot
the rongregation who are present*
ly using the facilities of the neigh-
boring St. Lawrence Roman Cath-
olic Church and John K. Kennedy
Junior High School.
Temple Sinai has planned a -|h'.
cial "Bar Mitzvah" service Sat
day, Nov. 1. to mark its i",ih
birthday, On this occasion Sam II
Lubell, a past president and
time member of the congregat
who had never had a formal Bar
Mitzvah, will lx called to the To-
rah as a "Son of the Col
ment," and all those who have be-
come Hnai Mitzvah during the syn-
agogue's 13th year will \- c i
to the Torah as a group. The first
formal party a gala Bar Mitz
Ball will lx' held in the social l tl
Saturday evening.
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MAXIM'S SECRET?
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Friday, October 24, 1969
+Jenist> Fhridltoiri
AJCongress Hears
Joseph Yanieh
Josef Yanieh, executive director
of the Southeast Region, Americai
Jewish Congress who spoke on
the topic "Dors Judaism Exist in
the Soviet Union Today And Doe?
11 Have a Future.'" at an open
meeting of the Point Bast Chaptet
of the American Jewish Congress
Wednesday, was to appear at the
initial meeting of Justine Chapter
Thursday at 1 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. Philip Davis. 736 83rd St.,
Miami Beach. His talk, illustrate,
by many slides taken on a recent
fact-finding trip to Russia, was to
be an eye-w itness t i ntitled
1 The Fret dom t>. F< ar."
;' it ions: Is It Sen
big a 1 Purpose T was
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service will
lances
Israel's Red Moqen Dovid emergency medical .
bs tne recipient of two new fully equipped ambu!_
contributed by Miami Beach residents. Pictured in front
of the two vehicles are from left, Samuel Reihhwd -
dent of the- Hebi g ademy and chairman oi the

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Dovid! for Israel; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lerner and Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Lerner, donors of one of the ambulances; Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal cf the Hebrew Academy; and
William G. Mechanic, who contributed the
other vehicle.
Variety Club To Honor Its OH
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Aged iDougiasGar- Film Set By Nerzl Group
: Fannie (Mrs.'
1100 Fort.' Towers, presented by
Mrs. Rae Berkowitz, Mrs. Harry
York was to be chairman oi the
densl in honor : Fannie
Morris) Kripj I rthday. The
par-tics, spons the Greati r
aftemcon, with Mrs Benzion Gi- Miami Worn r/s Am JHA
I. : .'. dit
r Mrs. F innii Gi Ida n and an
The film "The Sand Curta
will ha\ its first ng n I is
area at th a I I
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V'ari rs and VIP-
Kadimah Chapter Luncheon
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Albert Vorspan Is Beth Sholom Guest
Albert Vorspan of New York,
national director of the Commis-
sion on Social Action of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will be the guest speaker at
the 8:15 p.m. Friday services of
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase
. Miami Beach.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi of the
Miami Beach
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Nafl Business Women's Week
More than 700 members of the j
Business and Professional Worn- i
en's Clubs of Dade and Monroe
Counties joined in a salute to all
working women at the Algiers
Hotel Saturday evening in observ-
ance of th" Oct. 19-25 National
Business Worn, n's Week. Guest
spakor at the Ti.^O p.m. banqiu t
was CharU tte T. Reid, a Member
,,f Congn sa from Aurora. 111.
Beba Idelson Chapter
Honors Anna Gomberg
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Jewish National Fu d Strenghthens Israel
FOISTE TOWEHS JM r it IIII WE BAXQIET
ilo.ioring
isssph rnd Dorothy
Mondres
DISTINGUISHsD CIVIC COMMUNITY LEADERS
SUNDAY NOVlMEtR 9, 1969 6:30 P.M.
Temple Emanu-tl Ballroom
Guest Speaker:
Mrs. Arthur Dorothy Goldberg
_ LEADING LADY OF JEWISH LIFE IN AMERICA
hntertatnmrnt Dinner Mmrte Daneiny

For Reservations < all:
IT WISH NATIONAL HM> OFFICE JB M4M
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MAYOR JAY DfRMER
President JNF Greater Miami
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CANTOR SAUL BREEH
Banquet Chairman


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Friday, October 24. 1969
Paqe 5-E
Ave, Miami Beach, at 1 p.m. Tues-
day. Mrs. Jack Kevoe is president
B'nai B'rith Chapter Meeting Schedule
The Chai Chapter of B'nai B'rith B'rith Women, which will be held
V. ..men will meet at the Cadillac \ in the meetitng room of the Wash-
Hitcl, 3925 Collins Ave., at noon ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Sunday, for luncheon. The group.
which is composed mainly of busi-
n ss and professional women, is i of the chapter,
conducting a membership drive,
with particular emphasis on the j Sun*h'.ne Chapter, B'nai B'rith
a dition of teachers, doctors, den- j Women, will hold its regular meet-
lists, accountants and other pro- ing at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
f.ssional people to the membership Washington Federal Auditorium,
roster. Meeting times are set with 699 NE 167th St., North Miami
th convenience of the worker in Beach. A cordial invitation is ex-
mind. All interested persons are i. nded to all prospective members
Invited to attend. to attend this meeting, at which
plans for the annual birthday par-
A "Workshop on Drugs'' will be ty and paid-up membership lunch-
held by the North Dade Chapter eon. to be held in the Americana
of B'nai B'rith Women at 8:15 Hotel Nov. 13. will be finalized.
p.m. Tuesday ill the Washington Mrs. Morris Bernstein is president;
F leral Auditorium. 699 NE 167th Charlott
St., North Miami Beach, in lieu of
the regular meet inn. The work-
shop will be led by Dr. David J.
I.-'hman of Hollywood, who is the
director of the Dangerous Drugs
Division of the State Attorney
General's Office. A specialist in
Cardiology and Internal Medicine,
Dr. Lehman is chairman of the
Broward County Medical Associa-
te >n's Projects Teenage and Pa-
rental Alert.
*
Mrs. Moe Miller will be guest
speaker at the regular meeting of
Menorati Chapter 1013. B'nai
JJatti fHttrbrll
e Fine is membership vice
president.
JFCS Women Hold
Planning Session
The Women's Committee of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service will hold their first plan-
ning session at 10 a.m. Friday in
the main JFCS office. 1790 S\V
27th Ave.
Discussion will center around
ways in which the Committee can
best help the community during
1970 the agency's 50th year. Mrs.
Eugene Katz is chairman of the
committee.
Mesivta Women Hold
Installation Luncheon
The annual Women of Mesivta
High School installation luncheon
will be held at Beth Israel Con-
gregation. 770 40th St.. Miami
Beach, at noon Thursdav, Oct. 27.
Installation officer will be Mrs.
Berel Wein.
The installation will be followed
by an interesting program. Rabbi
Milton Simon, who has taught at
the Mesivta for a number of years,
will s[>eak. and Francis Harschkop
will sing, accompanying herself on
the accordion.
Events Scheduled By Area Sisterhoods
Temple Menorah Sisterhood's program has been planned for the
annual membership tea will be next meeting of the Sisterhood of
neia in the Crimson Room. 7435 the Israelite Center at 8 p.m. Tu.>;-
L.ail;.le Ave., at 1 p.m. Wednesday, 'lay in the social hall. Slides from
Mraasie Wolf is president of the Israel will be shown bv profes-
-lsterhood; membership chairmen sional photographer Henry Kra-
Lee Gottlieb and Mrs. maz and Arthur Stein, who recent-
Lillian Rothschild. Program chair-
. man for the member-bring-a-
! member event is Mrs. Sheldon
Lelchuk.

ly returned from Israel. Both Mr.
Kramaz and Mr. Stein, who se-
cured official |x?rmission to bring
the pictures depicting the Israel of
today out of the country, are
. ...<.. um ui mi- coumrv, an;
ine annual dinner and cocktail members of the Jewish War Vet-
party of Temple Zamora Sister- erans of the U.S.A.
hood will be held in the auditorium
cUlVlhH'''h44 Zam0'"a AV- Mavor JV *>rmcr was guest
^2K%rfiL!L 2* ^'"- the Wednesday me
p.m. Sunday. Rabbi Maxwell Ber-
ger will greet arriving guests and
Cantor Richard Browdy will pre-
i sent a program of Israeli songs.
Mrs. Harry Pinesick, Mrs. Rose
Davidow and Mrs. Irving Davldow
arc on the arrangements commit-
tee which has planned an evening
of unusual entertainment. Sister-
hood president is Mrs. Leah Fried-
son.
*
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood is spon-
soring a membership dinner in the
temple auditorium at 6 p.m. Sun-
day. Presiding will be Mrs. Sam
of Temple Ner Tamil! Sisterhood,
its president, Mrs. Jack Green*
berg, has announced. Mrs. Eugene
Labovitz was also included on V.w
program.
Mrs. Katz To Be Installed
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz will
be installed for her fourth term as
president of the Miami Beac'i
Chapter of Mizrachi Women Sun-
day at a gala luncheon in the Ritz
Plaza Hotel. She and her cabinet
will be installed by Rabbi Alex-
Portin, president. New members ander Gross, principal of the He-
will be introduced at the gather- ... .
ing. and Miss Svd Solskv radio b,,'w A in the presence of many digni-
and TV star, will entertain.
* taries who will applaud the efforts
An entertaining and educational i of this outstanding chapter.
Sisterhood Luncheon Honors New Members
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Former President Lyndon B. Johnson accepts the
1969 "America-Israel Friendship Award" of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, from
Mrs. Aaron Leifer, of Brooklyn, N.Y. national presi-
dent of Mizrachi Women, in an informal ceremony
at the LBJ Ranch in Johnson City, Texas. Mr. John-
son, was cited for "his historic role through all the
years of his public service in erecting and sus-
taining the edifice of America-Israel Friendship,
and his persistent effort to create the conditions for
a just and enduring peace in the Middle East."
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
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the home of Mrs. Ewald Ziffer,
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Greeting the guests were Mrs.
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director; Mrs. Irving Seidel. He-
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Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgaxd
dated a! the 8 p.m. ceremonial
the Dupont Pla/a Hotel Satur-
ay, Oct. 18. uniting Vicki Kay
Hirsch anil Joseph Mark Lawn
ii marriage. A reception at the
ti followed the nuptials.
The daughter of Ir\ing and
:ieanor Hirach. 16.50 SW 1st Ave.,
he bride graduated from Miami
Senior High School and is present-
. enrolled in the Lindsey-Hopkins
;1 of Practical Nursing. Her
I, whose parents are }'.:-
aid and Miriam Lawrence. 69'M
llmansa. Coral Gables, grailuated
rom Miami Senior High School
ml the University of Miami. He
; affiliated with Alpha Kappa Psi.
Alpha Tau Omego and Scabbard
ind Blade.
Mrs. Roxanne Zusmer served
ier sister as matron of honor; the
bridesmaids were Karen Lawrence.
'jcki Jo Levinson. Suzi Hirsch
nd Ann Bogner.
Michael Sadler served the groom
s brst man: Ellis Hirsch. Noel
Iiismer. Roger Wagner and Steven
Trauman ushered.
oseph M. Lawrence
y Erening Nuptials
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Werner- Kahn
m*s tostm m. LAWRiNCl
Mr. and Mrs. Lawr.- ice will be
at home in Miami after a Nassau
honeymoon.
Cedars Auxiliary Events Announced
Mrs. Blanche Brass and Mrs.
Helen Lipinsky will be presented
n a book review and dramatic
eading of Jessamine West's best-
-IKi "Except fur Thee and Me."
t th'' membership meeting of the
lars of Lebanon Auxiliary at
".0 a.m. Tuesday. The group's pres-
li ii' Mn. Byron Sparber. will
ireel new members at the coffee-
.nd-Danish preceding the pro-
gram.
Six membi is of ih" Auxiliary
lave been honored by the hospital
or special volunteer services, S. K.
(ronstein, Cedars' executive vice
-jrcsi'ient announced. 1969 Awards
< Mi nt went to Mrs. Bsron Spr-
ier. Mis. Lawrence Adler. Mrs.
\.:: r Elson. Mrs. Morris Blau.
liN Btnjamin Oren and Mrs. Na-
than Glover.
The Auxiliary will sponsor its
^rd Annual Membership Art Show
Nov. 29 in the Dupont Pla^a Hotel.
Paintings, ceramics, lithos. carv-
ings and photographs will be ex-
hibited for sale. Mrs. Benjamin
Oren is chairman; cochairmen are
Mrs. Eugene Komrad and Mrs.
Leonard Steiner.
The Cedars Auxiliary conducts
fund-raising projects to assist thr
hcspital. op. rates the Gift Shop in
the lobby ar.d members work as
volunteers throughout the hos-
pital. The 20.737 hours of .-
donated by the Auxiliary in the
past year is valued by the hospital
at some S33.000 in addition to re-
lieving the professional staff of
many tasks, giving them more
lime to devote to the patients
Concert At Miami Conservatory- Set
The Modern Music Department
; th< Miami Conservatory will
11 si it t h- season's first concert
I popular and modern music at
Sui lay in the concert
: .I til' Miami C'.r.si rvatury.
; ^i^ SW 73rd St.
Based on th.- art ,i Lmprovisa-
thc concert will start with
ixielan i and iiev Kip into modern
i tpoaiiway music and rock'n'roll.
ith 15 : th< ana- leading mu-
sicians demonstrating their instru-
ments an.i playing the music of the
day.
The musicians are supplied un-
der a grant from the recording
fund, in cooperation with Local 655
of Miami Federation of Musicians.
The entire production is under the
direction of Roy Oliver, director of
the Conservatory's Modern Music
Department, and there is no ad-
i mission charge.
It's the person- '
not the promises!
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Re-Elect MAL ENGLANDER
IN HOLLYWOOD
Rabbi Malavsky
To Be Honored
By Sisterhood
A champagne dinner dance in
honor of Rabbi and Mis. Morton
Malavsky will be held in the S
hall of T Sh ilom, H>>i-
thc rabl i has I
bis seventh year as s|
Sundaj sored by the
temple's Si>u rhood.
The phenomenal growth of the
Conservative synagogue since the
rabbi's arrival in 1963 is evi
The membership has tripled, to a
present total of some 500 families,
and tiie first phase of its building
program on a 5-acre site in Holly-
wood Hills, including two educa-
tional wings, a school assembly
hall, offices, library and youth
lounge, has been completed at a
cost of about $350,000. A sanctu-
ary to accommodate 1.500 and a
social hall are in the planning
stages. The downtown facilities at
1725 Monroe St. are used exclu-
sively for worship purposes at
present.
The school building in Holly-
wood Hills was named for Jack
ar.d Rachel Shapiro, whose gen< r-
osity made it possible, and consists
of a daily nursery-kindergarten of
120 children, a 200-stu.lent Hebrew
school and Sunday school classes
of 100 youngsters. The educational
structure is housing and servicing
more than 600 children, including
150 teenagers in the USY move-
ment and a pre-L'SY group of 75.
The originator and chairman of
Ch. 10s Jewish Worship Hour tele-
vision program. Rabbi Malavsky is
t of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami and
of the ("I. rgymen Fellowship of
Hollywood, and the current presi-
de nt of the Browai"d Board of
Rabbis. H' is presently doing re-
search work in older to obtain his
D.D. dean
Prominent Republican women of the Jewish faith met
in Washington, D.C. recently to advise the Republican
National Committee on the priority issues involving
the American Jewish Community. Shown are, left to
right. Mrs. Rita Hauser, Representative to the United
Nation's Human Rights Commission; Warren Adler,
Special Consultant to the Republican National Com
mittee; Mrs. Elly Peterson, Assistant Chairman of the
Republican National Committee; and Mrs. Robert
Suess of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Ner Tamid Resumes Late Friday Services
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spir-, announced.
itual leader, will spiak on the sub-
let 'The Right to Dissent'' when
Temple Ner Tamid resumes its
Cantor Edward Klein will chai I
the liturgy, assisted by the N. i
late Friday evening services this Tamid Choir under the direction ol
weekend. beginning at 8:15 p.m., Eli Samuels. An Oneg Shabbul
Herman I.. Shaw, president, has will follow.
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Paqe 7-E
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. TWO AM) TWO HAKE ONE
Carole Slegel teaches Math in Room 110 a(
Nautilus Jr. High School on the Beach. Eugene
Miller teaches Phy. Ed. and sometimes he is in
the- room next door, Room 107. So they met and
(he children knew even before the teachers that
it was the real thin-,'. They are going to Ik>
married in December. A honeymoon in Paris
and then hack to teaching. Linda Spiegel and
Susan Jones had a bridal shower luncheon for
Carol at the Spiegel apartment In the Forte
Tower. The people across the hall weren't over-
joyed as the watering can thai Linda had put
in the hall to show the way the spout was
turned the wrong way Uo the other apartment.>
The whole apartment was very bride > la .long,
lovely parasol] were on every available flat
-""'***-. <* in the you know witnn. Ttw 'pits
were piled under a huge decorated parasol so
fancy I can'1 describe n. As ("arole opened the
gorgeously wrapped presents, Mrs. Fred Propper
tied all the ribbons into a big bouquet. Since
she is an Arts and Crafts teacher, it reallj was
exquisite. Carole's friends from Nautilus were
all there. It was the first time I had seen all of
the teachers out ol a school environment and
they all looked just great. Elaine Lancet! sure
didn't look like a teacher. She was in red with
a big rcl floppy red hat. David Hendi Is wife,
that cute little Aylaine was in slacks, she
thought it was informal. There were so many
teachers there, Mrs. Anne Satin. Mrs. Robert
Kaiser, 'her mother Lorraine Sugerman.i used
to be on my P.T.A. Board at Beach High School.
Then there was Gail Ratsky who is trying to
nurse a cold along until her dad and mother get
hack from Europe. She wants sympathy! Mis.
Martin Borkon the bride-to-bo's aunt was taking
pictures all over the p'ace. Have a faint feeling
they won't come out. she was so fast. She
practically clicked the thing majig bi fore she
focused it. Caroles mother and mother-in-law-to-
be were there. Mrs. HaiTj Sicgel and Mrs. Mur-
r. > Miller. Then there was Mrs. Frank Stock,
Mrs. Joe Bishop and her daughter-in-law Mrs.
Bab Bishop, Mrs. Nathan Rosenfeld, Mrs. Marge
Cox, Mrs. Ronald Treshan, Mis.. Shiiiej Sccman.
Ol course the groom couldn't stay aw ly the
whole ifternoon. He can:' In with a bright blue
shirt, stripped vest and a gorgeous gift for
his Intended. A fun party!
Then all of a sudden Captain Shelly Spiegal
oul of seclusion. IK took a paii of binocu-
and went to the window. He could see in.
lied of fishing Heai-.. 'The Plnymati lin< eom-
ii through the cut, N, wonder Lit Iways
limes her -I' aks just right.
aces
WHAT TO DO IN LONDON
Art and Claire Rosichan hear from Dick
and Ellen, (their son and daughter-in law who
are in Europe. Thej nave their little year old
Amy with them. Dick writes that she had been
as good as gold until they got to the Britisl
Museum. There she proceeded to lie flat on her
back With her little legs up in the .in- Waving,
just like a beatle and laughing delightedly. Every
one else laughed too.
WHAT TO IK) IN NEW VOHK
Take a walk on Park Ave. right behind
Jackit and Aiislol.e OnussOS. She's a ball head
taller than he. They walked down the street
holding hands. Right behind them walked Paul
and Rev Steinberg who walked with them ror5
block. They"held bands too Paul wrote to his
mother Adelma Hellman to tell her.
WHAT TO IX) IN MIAMI BEACH
Have a birthday like my mother and get to
be 89 years young. She gets so mad when people
.ay She looks like a little Dresden doll. She used
to l>e called Didi. my son Jore gave her that
name. Hut now since Jen 's wife Shirley came
into the family she calls her "Granny." So ,u'
do. too. Of course sometimes she makes me
mad. Like when we go to our doctor. Dr. Lewis
Glueckauf every month. The minute we get there
.he tells him she feels line even if the minute
before she had been reeling terrible. One look
at him and she's cured of her aches and pain..
So I say "Lew give me the pill:" Anyway as we
all say she'.- a ure.it gal. Next year We'll have a
bit; "At Humi." You're all invited.
WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES
GRANDCHILDREN
You don't say "Death and Taxes, anymore,
sou say. weddings, anniversaries and grandchil-
dren. This wedding anniversary of Harry and
Rose Koross was a special one. li was their 65th!
One of their friends asked them to have dinner
with them at the Reef Restaurant in Ft, La i-
derdale. After a loUuerely drive they entered
the dinning room to find all oi their friends on
hand to wish them the best of everything. The
diner party was given by thee.- three sons,
Gerald, Lcroy and Herbert and their wives, n
w ill be an .-\ ening long t<> be rememben d Among
the were Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Mann, Mi".
and Mrs. Robert Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Chudnow, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoffman, Mr.
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nations
Friday, October 24, iggg
RESTAURANT month
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NATIONAL RESTAURANT MONTH Greater Miami
Restaurants join in calling attention to the GREAT-
est GUY in the world ... the MAN WHO TAKES
HIS FAMILY OUT TO EAT!
The Florida Restaurant Association, prominent in
the industry, won a National Award for "Out-
standing Coordinated Promotion during 1966 to
Florida's Fine Foods."
Greater Miami boasts the finest in dining places
ENJOY EATING OUT TODAY .
AND THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!
AGOSTINO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
697C Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-6147
ALAMEDA RESTAURANT
5932 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Open 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. Phone 759-9558
ALGIERS RESTAURANT
SANDWICH SHOP
2555 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 538-1732
ALIMAR RESTAURANT
4041 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
Phone 634-3650
AnnArt's COFFEE SHOP
13737 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Phone 681-9789
ASTI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 534-2470
BADIA'S SANDWICH SHOP
1548 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 371-9445
BAHIA CAFETERIA
1555 S.W. 27th Avenue 446-9426
Best "Open Pit" Barbecue
Ever at Miami's Original
BAR-B-Q-BARN
980C N.W. 27th Avenue 691-1381
BELLA NAPOLI CITY
RESTAURANT & PIZZERIA
180C N.W. 20 Street 634-9155
BLACK ANGUS FRANCHISE SYSTEM
130C1 N.L. 14th Ave., Miami- 891-1120
BONFIRE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
170C-79th Stree; Causeway
North Bay Village 865-3431
Pat and Gloria Welcome You to
CALICO RESTAURANT
63C-6th St., off Washinaton Ave.
Miami Beach, 531-9374
VINCENT CAPRA'S RESTAURANT
840C Biscayne Blvd. 758-3766
THE CHARLES RESTAURANT
7121 N.W. 35th Avenue, Miami
Phono 691-6911
CHINA INN RESTAURANT
CATERING CHINESE FOOD
14255 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Phone:681-0012
CHINA LANTERN
CHINESE FOOD and AMERICAN CUISINE
318 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables
Phone 446-9679
CHINESE VILLAGE
COMPLETE CHINESE MENU
5958 So. Dixif Highway
667-2125-661-9358
COPERINCOS RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd St., North Miami Beach
Phone 621-0944
CORAL WAY CAFETERIA
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Phono 443-6531
THE COUNTY STORE RESTAURANT
2880 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove
Phone 444-3045
DANKER'S INN RESTAURANT
Superb Cuisine Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
5890 S.W. 8 St., W. Miami 666-2587
DEAN MARTIN'S
ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
1850-79th St. Causeway
North Bay Village 866-7337
VICTOR BIDONE'S
DE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
1045 95th Street, Bay Harbor Island
DON JULIO'S MEXICAN FOOD
136 N.E. 20 Street 374-3862
FLYNN'S DIXIE RIBS
SPECIALIZING IN RIBS, CHICKEN STEAK
* KEY LIME PIE
15295 S.Dixie Highway
Gl Gl RESTAURANT
13205 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami MU 1-5891
3411 N. Federal Hwy., Fi. Lauderdale
GIRSON KOSHER HOTEL
302 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach 531-6165
GUS-THE FAMOUS
CORNED BEEF KING
(Wc alsc serve Oriental Dishes)
1451 N. Bayshorc Dr.-374-9111
HEROLD'S SQUARE RESTAURANT
84C Eas. 49th S.., Hialeah
Phono 688-8781
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
145C Collin-. Ave., Miami Beach
Phom 531-0357
HOUDAY CAFETERIA
8288 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 751-0631
HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
1232 N.L. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 945 1722
ITZICK'S HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER
1141 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Watch for our early Jovemcet opening.
Phone 531-2018
JOE'S HARBOR INN RESTAURANT
Fresh Caugh: Florid.-. Seafood
62C N.L. 78th Street 751-9415
JUMBO'S RESTAURANT
SEAFOODS our SPECIALTY CHICKEN
7503 N.W. 7th Ave. 751-1127
KING COLE RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
WO Bay Drive, Miami Beach
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT
AND SUB SHOP
92C-71 Street, Miami Beach 866-9103
LE PARISIEN RESTAURANT FRANCAIS
47/ Arthur Godfrey Road 534-2770
Host-Claude Nicollet (Closed on Tuesday)


Tridcy. October 24, 1969
*Je*i<>t floridiair
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"It's IN to EAT OUT." That's the theme lor October, which is National
Bestaurant Month.
Restaurant Month will be the biggest monthly promotion ever conducted
by the food service industry. Restaurantsincluding drive-ins, caleterias,
coffee shops and fine dinner housesare planning special treats during
the month.
"Eating out" in the public mind has become associated with relaxation
and pleasure, according to the surveys made by the National Restaurant
Association. The "eating out" occasion means side-tracking dull routine
cooking and washing dishesand having fun for all instead.
The widespread growth of various types of eating establishments and
the great variety of fine foods offered has contributed to the growing popu-
larity of "eating out for fun."
For many people, eating out has become a family tradition, and
restaurants want more families to experience the same pleasures.
Notional Restaurant Month is sponsored by the National Restaurant
Association, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 1969.
At present, there are about 371.300 away-from-home eating establish-
ments. This amounts to one eating place for every 539 persons in the country.
About 38 billion meals are served by these establishments each year, and
approximately 3.3 million persons are employed in the industry.
II IS I AI It AXIS who cordiallv invite vou to tlin< with them
HMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
215 Sunnv Me- Blvd., Miami Beach
Phone 94/-2112
IlIMDY'S RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
1555 Sunset Drive, Coral Gables
Phone 667-3535
itCS B0CHER0S RESTAURANT
981 S.W. 8th Street 379-6094
A Different and Unique Place to Visit
1UMS MANAGEMENT CORP.
5050 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 759-8701
w.ARCELLA'S RESTAURANT &
PIZZA LOUNGE
'3 38c- W. Dixie Hwy., Miami 891-8080
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
1901 N.E. 168th St., N. Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
WARCELINO'S
'King of the Croquettes Fried Chicken
2736 S.W. 37 Ave., C. Gables 444-9197
WCHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITCHEN
1242 N.E. 163rd Street, No. Miami Beach
Phone 947-4911 Free Delivery
!'' LES RESTAURANT
575 L 25th Street, Hialeah 696-7321
MINNIE PEARL'S CHICKEN
Where To Buy It
1325 East 4th Ave., Hialeah 888-7214
OLD SCANDIA
Nexi tc City Hall in Opa locka
Authentic Smorgasbord
Phone 681-9301
RAFFA'S RESTAURANT
144C Biscayne Blvd. 379-6290
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Friday, October 24 l^g

Mrs. Norman Sholk, left, and
Mrs. Maurice Karen discuss one
of the books to be reviewed at
Beth David Sisterhood's book
review brunches.
Book Review Series
Set By Sisterhood
Harry Snyder. chairman of the
Branch Division of Careers of
Miami-Dade Junior College South,
will review the sequel to Chaim
Potok's novel, "The Chosen." at a
l ook review-brunch to be held by
Hi. Sisterhood ol Beth David Con-
gregation in the home of Mrs.
Walter Falk, L050 Alfonso. Coral
, s at 11 a.m. Wcdro sday.
Mr. Snyder's review of "The
Promise," Mr. Potok's new book,
will begin b series to be held in
th homes of various members on
i monthly basis, Sisti 11
,K nt Mrs. Seymour Friend has
innounoi d.
Information and reservations
are available through Mrs. Harold
Keinhar* or.Mrs*Sara QH&Ht&V-
Everyone is invit -d to attend.
100 Lincoln Road Club
Halloween Party Set
A Halloween costume party will
be hold by the One Hundred Lin-
eoln Road Social Clubs In the
building's auditorium Thursday
e\ ening, Oct. 30.
The clubs have scheduled n
Thanksgiving party for Thursday
evening. Nov. 27. in the Ameri-
cana Hotel. Presidents Samuel
Pascoe and Diana Schwartz, Moe
Reiffen, Marian Kiviat, Isador Sa-
fir. Abe Goldman Ted Kiviat and
Frances Bard are on the committee
in charge of seating and tickets.
Ellen Uebman To
Serve In Kibbutz
Among the :!9 Americans and
Canadians from 18 to 27 years of
age who left New York last month
for Israel, where thev will soend
a year serving in Kibbutz Shoval.
was Ellen Liebman, North Miami
B ach. In the northern part of the
Negev, nol far from Beer Sheva,
the kibbutz has 220 members from
24 different countries, and a total
i I 215 children under IS years ol
age.
Prior to their departure from
Kennedy International Airport,
the si look part in a one-day
orientation seminar at New York's
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion headquarters, whore it was
welcomed by William Levine, ex-
ecutive director, and Ychoshua
Leon national coordinator for
Sherul La'am, a four-year-old
ican Zionist Youth Founda-
tion program enabling young
Americans and Canadians to take
par! m the devi lopment of Israi '
The group brought the total num-
ber of Sherut La'am volunteers
in Israi 1 this year to 213.
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f. Imtsli ffcrktlan
Pcrqe 11-B
Open House, Seminars And Scholarship
Games Night Planned At The YM-YWHA
Sam Siitlin. president of thr>
V\l YWHA of Greater Miami, has
announced that tlio annual Schol-
ii ship Games Night, sponsored by
Hi, V Women in order to make it
possible lor needy youngsters to
use the V facilities, will be held
Saturday, Nov. 1. Gifts from local
r., rchants and businessmen will
l among the prizes, and will in-
clude trips, hotel weekends, roui-
nii'i dinners, appliances, merchan-
jjsi and special donations from
national celebrities.
General chairman for the Games
Night, which will begin in the main
ballroom of the Y' at 8:30 p.m.,
li- }fi% Lee Shapiro. Committee
5r,i ii'ihts include Mrs. Bert Klein-
Timr,. Mrs. Sandy Bochner, Mrs.
Ktan > Dansky. Mrs. Marvin Za-
. Mrs. Alan Meyers, Mrs. Sidney
udgut, Mrs. Paul Rheingold. Mrs.
an Huntman. Mrs. Max Krd-
Im, Mrs. David Gonshak. Mrs
n Brandt. Mrs. Harold Flaum.
is l.ouis Zeger and Mrs. Sidney
sli inak. Mrs. Thelma Albert is
Sklent of the V Women.
|A lass in Israeli folk dancing
fht by Mrs. Rita Trilling meets
h Wednesday evening in the
il is offered free of charge
... .th and college students of
. rea. Further information may
obtained from Michael Kat/,
ai Community Youth Consult-
. a! the 'Y\
\ i isplay ol UNICEF cards will
op>n from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri-
i: the lobby and library of the
bservance of United Na-
I "ay.
* <
\n '"'iH'n House" will be held
it" \" in observance of United
rid Sunday, with varied activi-
schedule ,1 tor all ages from
n to senior citizens. Frank Smik.
< 1 Gallery OO.'i will have an
ai :i art collection on display in
e Art Gallery, and volunteer
irki ra in the door-to-door col-
af lii will rei>ort to Mrs. Lee Sha-
i'D, Southwest section chairman.
Ilios. hea ln>miters will be in the
*
Pete; Klein of Bache & Co.. was
conduct the last of the Invest-
::t Seminars in the Gold Key
Room at 8 p.m. Thursday, discuss-
ing "Bonds and Mutual Funds."
*
An organizational meeting was
to be held at 8 p.m. Thursday by
the Young Singles (ages 21-35)
Group. Gann s, dancing and re-
freshments were on the agenda.
> *
The next session of the "Group
Conflict and Group Life in Amer-
ica" serii s will be held at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. Oct. 29 at the 'Y\ The
leader of the discussion on "Ethnic
Quota and Preferential Treatment
in Schools of Higher and Profes-
sional Education" will be Melvyn
B. Frumkes, hairwan of the
Speaker's Bureau, Greater Miami
Chapter of American Jewish Com-
mittee. There are three more in
this series sponsored jointly by the
YMHA and American Jewish Com-
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Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson, of
New York City, who was
elected national president
of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America at
its 44th annual national
convention.
Getting ready for the children's fashion show at Beth David
South on Oct. 22 are (left to right) Mrs. Moie Tendrich, the
fashion coordinator and owner of Pride and Joy Children's
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man; and Mrs. Robert Sirull, Youth vice president. In the
foreground are Beth David models Jennie Karch. Billy
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Friday. October 24, 1969
JOEL JAFFER
Joel Straus, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold G. Jaffer. was called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah during the
11:15 a.m. worship services of
Temple Judea of Coral Gables on
Saturday. Oct. 18.
An eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High School.
Joel, who studies percussion and
theory at the University of Miami
School of Music, heads the percus-
sion section of its Symphonic Band.
An honor graduate of Temple Ju-
dea's Hebrew School, Joel, who
will continue his religious educa-
tion through confirmation, was
awarded second prize in the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education's essay
contest for junior-senior high
school students.
A luncheon was hosted by the
celebrant's parents in his honor
following the worship services.
Joel's half-brother, Robert, and
his family came from Tampa to
help him celebrate the occasion.
* *
MICHAL MEDVIN
Michal, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Medvin, of 10 Pinta
Rd., will become Bat Mitzvah at
Eh ih David Congregation Friday
evening, Oct. 24.
A student at Beth David's re-
ligious school for six years. Michal
attends Ponce de Leon Junior High
School, where she is in the eighth
grade.
Attending the festivities will be
the celebrant's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Marks and Mrs.
Fl eda Medvin.
* *
DIANE LIPSON
Diane, daught< r of Mr, an.I Mrs.
Sol Lipson of North Miami Beach,
will observe her Bal Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
e\' ning Oct. '24.
An active member of USY,
Diane, who plans to continue her
Hebrew education at the Harold
Wolk Religious School, is a stu-
d' i.i ai John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, where she is in the
eighth grade.
'ollowing the services, a recep-
tion will be held in honor of the '
celebrant.
* *
BONNIE GINTIS
Friday evening, Oct. 24, Bonnie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Gintis of North Miami Beach, will
become Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation, where she is the
newly-elected president of the
isv chapter.
lot :iie is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
plans to continue her religious ed-
ucation at Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School.
Among the honored guests at
the eeli bration will be Bonnie's
grandmother. Mrs. Ada Ritt.
FETER POLLACK
Petei the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roben Pollack of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
on Saturday. Oct. 25.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
Peter plans to continue his He-
hivv. education at Beth Torah's
H.ii n1 1 Wolk Religious School.
A reception in honor of the o le-
brant will be held at the Diplomat
Country Club Saturday evening.
Attending the ceremonies will
!* Peter's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Pollack.
* *
MICHAEL STERN
bserving his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, Oct. 25, at Beth
Torah Congregation will be Mi-
chael, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Stern of North Miami
iv ach.
v student at the Harold Wolk
Religious School, where he plans
to continue his Jewish education,
Michael attends Thomas Jefferson
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception which will be held
Sunday morning.
Attending the festivities will be
Michael's grandmothers. Mrs. Cele
Stern. Hollywood, and Mrs. Clara
Frank of New York.
t. *
LEONARD SOKOLOW
Leonaid Jay, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Sokol-w. will become
, Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion on
Saturday, Oct. 25.
Leonard is a student at Glades
Junior High School, where he is in
the eighth grade.
Leonard's parents, who have
been members of Temple Zion for
seven years, will host the Kiddush
following the services, and a re-
ception at the temple Saturday
evening in his honor.
(i ':
MERRKK SUPERSTEEN
Saturday morning, Oct. 25. dur-
ing the 8:45 a.m. services. Merrick
A., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Superstein, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
where his father is financial sec-
retary.
A Ner Tamid Religious School
student. Mi trick attends Nautilus
Junior High School, and plays
trumpet in the school's band.
A Kiddush will follow the wor-
ship set vices, and a reception in
honor of the celebrant will be held
in the Eden Roc Hotel Saturday
evening.
Coming from Philadelphia to at-
tend the festivities are Merrick's
aunts and uncles. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Superstein, Mr. and Mrs. So!
Superstein and Dr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Seltzer. Cousins expected to
attend include Mr. and -Mrs. Alex
Stein of Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs.
Id Dins of Palm Beach. Mr.
and Mrs. Edel Schikman of Bav-
town, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
IIoliz. Allentown, Pa.. Miss Ct lia
Sto Hartford. Conn., and Mrs.
Minnie Meinstein, Ft. Worth. Tex.

Michal Medvin Michael Stern Leonard Sokolow Merrick Superstein Norv.y Stockier Joel Mff*
HARVEY STECKLEB
Harvey Randall, son of Mr. and
' Mrs. Henry N. St.ck.er. 820 82nd
St.. Miami Biach. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
urday morning, Oct. 25. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate.
Harvey is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School, where he is
. in the eighth grade.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the cen m my,
ami at a reception later in the
Deauville Hotel.
e t
LEONARD PEARL
Leonard, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Pearl, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel
of Greater Miami on Saturday.
Oct. 25.
A Kiddush for friends and fam-
ily will be held following the wor-
ship services, and a reception will
i follow Saturday evening in the
Barcelona Hotel.
Among the honored guests will
be Mrs. Anna Moskowitz and Mrs.
I Mollie Pearl. Leonard's grand-
mothers, and several aunts and
uncles from New York.
* *
MICHAEL NADLER
Michael, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Nadler. will celebrate his
Ear Mitzvah at Beth Israel Syna-
gogue Saturday inin;::u, v\ Si.
Michael attends the ii- bn
Academy of Great r Miami, whi re
he is a:i eighth grade honor stu-
dent.
The celebrant will nored at
a Kiddush 1" .llowing thi su-vices
at the s nagogue.
Beth Torah Adult Education Courses
More th in 23 different co
in J"daic study will b> offered
for the entire community at the
bech foran Congreg iti in begin-
ning Thursday evening, Oct. ?3
and Tuesday morning. Oct. 28.
Mrs. Meyer Shei-::: in. chairman >l
the synagogue A :':'' I due it on
Coirm'tte has inn i inc !
On Tuesdays it 9 i Mi s '<.--
s)H l will te ich :'. isi Ju lai-
" whi'e Abraham .' Gittlson
educational director of the svi-
gogue, will conduct a class in The
Challenge of the St:it,> ol Israel
At 10 a.m., Dr. Max A. Lipszhit?
\:li spe ik en the Dynamics of
To four levels of Hebrew will be
taught for beginners through :: 1-
i-anced students, bv Mrs M irris
Levin, Mrs, Seidel, Mrs Benjamin
Altshuto and Mis- Hanna Izh ick
In addition, coursi n Yidd'sh
will he taugh! by Mrs Martin
Steinfink.
Thursday evening c' isses will 1>
sponsored by tho Bureau f Jew-
ish Education and th North Dade
Congregations. At 7*45 p.m.. Abra-
ham J. Gille'son w'!l teach i c >urse
in the Highlights of Jewish History
and Rabbi Ralph Kingsley will
examine Jewish Fan::';. Life in the
course, "Sex in the Bible ind
Judaism." At x pm Elementary
Hebrew will !> "-. by Rabbi
V-. : im I izin; Herb Tt B :.; :.
Associ ite 1 >a-e.', ,f th? Burea1
< .lew-sh Ed>icati in, will ,
Israel Today and Tomorrow;
Naomi Altshuler wMl instruct i
two-hour advanced Hebrew V. .
At 9 p.m.. Methods ol Tea
will b conducted bv Abraham I.
Gittelson; Rabbi Milt m S :hl
will teach a course in Wha1 '.' i
Jews Believe; and Benjamin A'.t-
siii.ar win i.ach L'on\ isational
Hebrew.
A number of special events will
ix' held during the ye ir A ries
of three sessions of Inti raction i.i
Human Relations, led bj D: Leon-
ard Haber, will be an encount
group stressing parent-child rela-
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Re-Elect MAL ENGLANDER
UommunUy Singers To
Hold Monthly Social
The Miami Beach Community
Singers will hold their installati i
and first monthly social at 8 |
Saturday in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. Fea-
tured will be entertainment sink-
ing, dancing and refreshments
Baritones and tenors are invit d
to join the group, which is in its
17th year of providing ci
music in the area. The 60 S
are presently in rehearsal foi '
Spring Concert in Miami
Auditorium.
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We offer the finest in Engraving and Thermograph/.
You will be delighted with our complete line of
Menus, Matches and all Table Accessories.
Coll For An Appointment With Out
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PHONE 891-9187


Friday. October 24. 1969
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Friday, October 24, 196g
1\ -hkin Chapter Party
A dessert card party was to bo
held by the Peshkin Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday In the Arlcn House at
158th St. and Collins Ave., Miami
B. ach.
Miami Happenings
Political Groups Set Joint Meeting
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TRASK
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Following the acqui*ition of
Park Lane Cafeterias by Meter
Maid Industries, Inc., Park Lane
founder Melvin Weinkle. was re-
elected president of the firm.
which operates nine cafeterias
throughout Florida.
James H. Nudelman has be?n
appointed vice president and
general man r if Red Top se-
dan Service, Inc., Stanley Segal,
president of the airport
company, has innounc d. Nu li I-
en ass with
V. How Cab Co., and
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election to the i>ost.
William II. rPOfSTty, Ph.D., a
University of -Miami associate
professor of Civil Engineering,
was the speaker at a coffee held
recently by the Health Planning
spoke on the topic "Not a Drop
to Drink."
Dumas Milner < hevroM pn s-
idenl Ray Griffith will tak
; pi sidi nt ol the F
ol .,. ,i rs teso nio'.
starl : .
San I
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joint meeting <>l
cratic Club of .Miami .....-..
the Taxpayers Political League of
Miami and Dade County will be
open to the public in the Roma
Room of the Dil.ido Hotel at Col-
lins Avenue and Lincoln Road at
8 p.m. Wednesday.
Erny Rannotto, president, will
be the moderator as the Voters
and Taxpayers Political League ol
Miami and Dade Countv screens
all candidates running for Miami.
leal organizations ol I c ,
will also be- install, at this -J'
ering which will
of dignitaries as guts!
Candidates' Nijrlu
At Democratic Club
Kiscaync Democrat] Club will
hold Candidates' Nig] in n .
riitorium of the Mil
eral. 8th Street an ".'. .:
Avt nuc Monday nig I 1.,,,
nil candidates running lor .Miami. ;......... ........ uarr)-ray.
Miami Beach and Hialcah offices, *. president, has
Endorsements will follow, and the Miami Beach Citj
League will presenl plaqu. awards tcs "*v* b:<<- >l I
to Mi troi o itan Dad. County ,","'''"'-.
indues and to civic and political I red Cohen is pn
judges and to civic and political
, ck.
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IEGAI NOTICE
" E BV Pw BLICATION
i\ the. Circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND C0R
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-175-.8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Dl 'I.' IRBS I'M HI' IN,
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MORRISON. Rose, Bl
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OREMLAND, ]' da. 7", 1
Una Avi-., M.B. Riverside Inter-
ment Lakenide.
post. Joseph A., .- \v. nth
T.i. Rlversidi
SACKS. Jaci b, -:. si i Ave,
M B. Riverside.
SALZMAN. Rae, 73, 1240 lit'i Bt,
MR STEINBERG. Frank 7:', 1510 Drexel
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
Jacobs. Jerome, 71, 1000 s.w. liih
Ave.. HaJlandale. Rlversidi
RAKUSIN, Max J., 79, .r.16 15th St.
Riverside.
RUBIN, Bertha. 68, 1320 Ocean Dr.,
M.B.
CHECKOWAY, Joseph M., 75, \T~t\,
Mii'higan Ave., M.B. Riverside.
HERMAN. Max, 80, 760 Buclid Av ,
M B. Blasbi rg
lemelman, i. Venetian
Way.
L.evine. Jullu M 1420 Pennsyl-
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PINCKES. :J 4747 1'illiis
Avi M.l ei
STONE. Ri i.. 543 Meridian
Ave.. M.B. Rivi rbidi
WBI88, Kate, 68, B20 Euclid Ave.,
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COL RT
iN A\C FCA DAOEC:,flTV,
FlOS'DA IN PHOB 7E
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In RRi Eistati nt
NOTICE TO CREOI" -RS
T.i All i I All P......Ha\ -
,n. nds Against ii

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.: .. .::.i .! i detna di
., ,. igaiiiHi i he es-
.i lit, de-
ul Bade County, Florida,
i i int) Judg ni Bade County,
and file ii, same n duplicate and
as provided in Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthousi in ihidi County, Honda,
i i lendar monthi from the
.....f the first publlcatli n hereof
-ume will he harred.
Dated am! korlda, this 17th
dy ot lobl ^ 11 l!-i 9
HBRBST ORODNBR
As Kxeoutnr
' i.i: t/on of this noti'-e on
Hi* 24th day of October, 19t,9.
-'RISHMAN & KKIN, KSQS.
attorneys for Administrator
480 Lincoln Road,
Miami, Beach, Fla. 33139
10/24-31 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HriRHUY QIVBN that
the undersign* I desiring to engage
in business under l!.. litlouf name
Of A f.- M. AIR CON] "' [I i.NlNii
SERV1 : 849 1st street
Inti id! reglstei aid i
with lhi cierl of the Circuit Courl
of Dade i 'our!-.-. Florida.
ANDRE > PBREZ De II^BJO

NOTICE UNDER
c I- T iOUS NAME LAW
MOTK.'D IS HKRHBY I
fhi ... .. .i di siring to ngagi
1 m nndi the f u til lour
li ii, ean Drive
Miami i ., intends to !
er i Ih the Cli
of Dadi
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By: COR]
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I A I Bl T ANB OAL.1
Attorneys i.
I i'i. RAF] AD] '. i ORP,
: 10 Fifth.....t,
ii Bi i Ida
3
easy ways
to get the
Zip Codes
of
people
you
write to;
1 When you receive a letter,
note the Zip in the return
address and add it to your
ddress book.
2 Call your local Post Office
or see their National Zip
Directory.
J Local Zips am be foand
on the Zip Map in the
business pages of your
phonebook,
PsbUihed ti a public service Is i__,
ration with The Mvtrtidng CouociL
Hydro-Sonic
Mobile Wash .
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With 500 lbs. of Water
Pressure combined with
a B i o d e a r a de a b le
Chemical that will clean
and polish anything.
BOATS TRUCKS
TRAILERS PLANES
HOUSES SIGHS
. For Information
Call 271-3611
The Country >3W
Riding
Store
Complete li e
English &
Western
Every^ivj
hor & ridtr
6M1 S.W. 120 A-e. MUik
Ph. r1 woe
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WI^ROWAVE OVEN 'OffFASl
ElECTRONIC COOKING
AMANA-BfFIIICt4^0RS i.
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AMANA-ADAANCE
AMANA-DEHUM'OI'IERS
AMANA-AIR CCNOlTlONfRS
Our AVI '* S Q''\
foj Con M-of !->' i '
221-4313
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUE NAME LAW
NOTICB is HKKKBY til
1 underHli ed, di siring in eng i
n liui I in .i Hi. fici iv.. i im
"I i-'l.nl'.il : i ." .1 l.,\l-;i'l-
nl Mo s.w jyu Ave., ] llurn
I"1' ndi to i kimi r said nami
Mi.- Clark or the l 'ircull i !oui I i I
[*.nl,i ('oiiniy. Florida
VAI *!NT1 I ANO
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10/10-17-24-31


Fridoy. October 24. 1969
LEGAL NOTICE
*'Jen-tsfiJtcrkHan
lEGAl NOTICE
IN THE CmCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FO BADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-1714*
JUDGE FRIEDMAN
Ul'OUdT K. (BCD) BROWN, us
lAlh.trtor of the Estate of
|i,'i..dy-i Brook.
I'lu_-itiff,
vs.
I kijHEKT BROCK. Individually
and .- Executor of the Estate of
INHUMAN BKOCK: LEE A. BROCK:
(iuiU H.UUA.1 SMITH THCMIN.,
|i. ti -.dunts.
NOTICE OF ACTION
|'l. i: ROBERT BROCK.
.civldually and aa Executor
I f The Estate of Norman
Brock, .11 1-arkHjHir, Belleville.
:iois. I*e A. Brook, Clayton
. nue. St. I.ouis, Missouri.
Marian smith Thuniln. 7339
Nil. 81. 1 .'Kii Missouri.
MM AllB HEREBY NOTIFIED that
action for Declaratory Judgment
been filed against you and
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, dextrine- to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
LEONARD HUODSKV, M.D.; LAW-
RKNCB WH BATMAN. M.D.: DBS
BRODSKY AND WIllIATMANi
DRS. BKODSKV AND WHEAT-
MAN P.A. at 2700 8.W. 3rd Ave..
Miami. Fla. 33129 Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, i
1>RS. BRODSKY AND WHEATMAN
PROFESSIONAL ASSOl IATION
.SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
j 100 Bl.seuy.ie Blvd.
Miami. lia. 33132
10/24-31 11.7-14
U6A1 N0TKI
Page 15-B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
engage
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
ARIAS, M.D.:
street. Ilia lean. Florida intends to re-
K's,cr"nl'l natc with the Clerk of
;!T ,f,rcult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
i Dn,ed,at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of October, t&gd.
TATY-FKANKS
by: FRANCISCO R. GONZALEZ,
Owner
*6 W. 27 Street. Hialeah. Florida
^^^ l/24-.11 11/7-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
...-_ ROBERT 1. ISIIAM. M.D.: JOHN W.
required to serve a copy of your I BOLTON, M.D.; I8HAM AND BOL-
rilten defenses. If any, to it on
IEATTY and BIRCH, Attorneys for
laintlff, 1M3 Beybold Building. Miami.
r di on or before Dec. Sth, 1!I69
il file the original wilh the Clerk
hi above styled Court; otherwise
judgment may be entered against
u tor Ihe relief demanded in the
.Int.
and personal property fnvolv-
the Complaint are as follows:
j .'. of Myers Subdivision, per
Book H7. page I l.i, Public
-Is of Dade County, Florida.
Mortgage and Note on Lot
Block :;-.\. First Amended
of Dr. Burkhort's Winter
n per Phtl Book :.. page it
Public Records or Dad.'
>. Florida
13 f.-i of En si :" feel of
leas Baal is feet; North B
i Bast 90 feel of I...I 2.
I feet, south 42 feel of Basi
eel "f Lot 2. less East 2" feet,
I -Ing in Blo.k .".. of Little
liard. ns per Plat Book K.
IS "f the Public R.c.rds of
County, Florida.
I "i Myers Subdivision per
Hook .;7. page 113 of the
ll Records of Dade County,
it. and Mortgage on Lol ::.
2, and the BhkI |.i feel of
ii I, Block 2 of Norrls Park,
ii Rook I, page 136 of the Public
. 'i- of Had.- County, Florida
-. Km Certificate in the amount
' I .......00 in the l ia.le Federal
IVlngi & Loan Association,
iami, Florida.
i Apartment, 6663 Chamber-
In St. Louis, Missouri
'.: Cadalllc Automobile
Red In......i. Fund Certificates
Dade Federal Savings A
I. ral
l
Ifl
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I
Associat ion
Sat igs D
-Miami and
and i liase
loan Assoeia-
.Miann Reach,
......unts in tl,.. | )||de
Savings ft [.nan Assocla-
n.l Chase Federal Savings
i Association of .\h.inn a.id
Reach, Florida
Ihei real or personal pro-
ol GLADYS URciCK or
IAN KK this Slat day of (I. lober.
!:. n LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of the Court
i > M E 111 INSTE1N
As Oeput.t i 'I. rk
ln/24-31 I ;
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INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
>ADH COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-400-s
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
S MARINA I MAX
tiff,
vs.
' DIAZ.
l.iiit
' 'RGB DIAZ
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action f..r Divorce has been
alnsl you and you are re-
erve a copy of your written
:'.'.,.';. 'y- n on albert
vsk\. attorney for Plaintiff,
udiiress is M-II8, III W Flagler
Miami. Florida 33130 and file
' glnal with the clerk ol the
styled curt on or before
r 21, l!o;:.; otherwlw
' >' be intend agai
I demanded in tin
petition.
this notice shall be published once
11, ,,. f"Ur '"'isecutlve Weeks-
,,VvL."':UIS" 'i.oRIDIAN.
> M-.SS my hand and the sea
' "Urt al .Miami. Fl.
- day of l ictol.i r, Bn;,,
B B I.EATHER.MAN.
As link. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
! -MARGIERITE KENT
Aa Deputy Clerk
' "url Seal i
FRT WILBN8KY, ESQUIRE
[H.-igler Street
Florida 33130
TON P.A. at :i!i!'!i NE. 2nd Av
Miami Shores, Fla. 33138 intends to
register said names with the Clerk
Ol the Circuit Curt of Dade County,
Florida.
ISHAM AND BOLTON
PROFBSSI" INAL ASSOCIATION
SPARBEK AMI ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
l"ll Bis.-avne Blvd.
.Miami, Fla, 33133
10/24-31 II 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name-, of
LEWIS U. ULCEOKAl'F, M.D.; AL-
FREDO A. LOPEZ-GOMEZ .M D :
GLCEKACF AND IjUPEZ-GOMBZ
P.A. at I6H0 .Meridian Ave., .Miami
Beach, Flu. 33138 Intends to register
-aid nam.s win. the Clerk of the
Circuit Couri nf Had.- County, Florida
GLl'ECKACF AND LOPBZ-UOMBZ
I'Ri IFESSII fNAL ASSIICIATII IN
SPARBBB AND ROSKIN P.A,
Attorneys for Applicants
l" Blsca) ne Blvd.
.Miami. Fla, 33132
l"/2l-::i ii 7-u
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85391-Clark
In RE: Estate ol
ANNA ZINKIN
I le. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agaiusi
Said Estate:
Vou are hereby notifi.-.i mnl requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mand! which you may have against
the estate nf ANNA ZINKIN deceas-
ed late of Dad.- County, Florida, !<
il" Count: Judges of Dado County,
and fill II,. sain.- in .lit;.In ale and
as provided in Section 7.1 I 16, Florida
Statulei r offlci In the County
i 'in Ihouse in I i.oi. Count] I '. Ida
within si\ calendar months from the
lime of the flrsl publication hereof,
or the sain, n ill In bnrred
Dated ill Miami. Florida, tliis l"
day ..I i i, I..:., i All
ISRABI ZINKIN and
SN LVAN N IB ILTZMAN
B) SYI \' \\ S Hi ILTZMAN
\h Bxei utnrs
Flrsl publii an......i Hits nntii .- on
ihe Jin, daj nf kiolier, l!)61i
Gi 'I >.M \\ ft IP ILTZMAN
SYLVAN N HtU.TZMAN, ESUt'lRB
Allot... i > for Bxei utoi a
I loo Cm nrtl III
Miami, l
IO/S4-31 II 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of DRS. BBCK ft I.BAV1TT. P.A.1
DRS. BECK & I.EAVITT; HOWARD
.1. BECK, M.D. and ROGER K i
I.HAVITT. M.D. at 4?r. Kiltmore Way. i
Coral Gables. Florida intends to re-
nist.-r said names with the Clerk of
the Clruult Court of Dad. County.
Florida.
BECK ft LBAVITT, P A.
SAMI'EI. STEEN
At torney for
BBCK ft LBAVITT, P.A.
P.O. Box 1914, Coral Gables, Fla
10/24-31 II 7-14
DRS BEIJ-E AND
ARIAS P.A,; PHYSICIANS DIAG-
NOSTIC GROUP at 1430 N. Bay
Shore Drive. .Mi.nni. Fla. 33132 Intends
to register said names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DRS. BBLLB AND ARIAS
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARBK-R AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Bis. ayne Blvd.
Miami, lia. 13133
10.17-24-:!! 11 7
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
MARLENB E. GARCIA.
Plaintiff,
vs
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of J1/HT BRITCHES at :'.:r, Miracle
.Mil.-, Coral Gables, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Ft'RMLYS, INC., a Florida
corporation
SA.MrF.I. STEEN
Attorney for
li'B.MI.VS, INC.
P.O Box ID14, Coral Gables, Flfl
in/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY'
the undersigned, desiring
business under the flctltii
BCRTON FEINERMAN,
TON FEINERMAN, M.D.
1850 N.W. 183rd St., Opa
:i.':".".-l Intends to register
GIVEN that
p. engagi In
us names of
.\l D.: BL'H-
F A A.I', al
I..'.ka, Fla.
id names
with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
BURTON FEINERMAN, M D I' \
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A.
A' torneys for Applicant
I"" His. ayne Blv.l
.Miami, Fla. 33132
|.i i.i-i
-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhal
undi rslgt ed, di Iritis to i
in businei s under u
II VINBl 'W I IENT \ I. STI i)IO HI
923 v ut (liMlfie) Road, MI
11 i h. Fli rlil i ,' >l |o ren
mi me with i he Clerl --i i i
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ARTHI i: .1 K NIGI \
FRISHMAN .' IT EStjS
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17 -1
JUAN C GARCIA
Defenda'nt.
TO: JUAN C GARCIA
2477 B. Gage Ave,
Huntlngton Park
Calif.,rnia, 902SS
You. JUAN c. gabcia, are here-
by notified thai a Complaint for Di-
' vorce has been filed against you. and
\,.u an- required to serve a copy of
your Ansu.r or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plnlntiff's attorney,
| HAROLD .1. COHEN, ESQ., 2761
Coral Way. .Miami. Florida 38143 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
iii ih. office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Curt on or before the 14th day
of November, lfil*. If you fail to do
bo, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.el, for four consecutive weeks
!in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this '.mIi day of October A D
1969.
I". B. I .EAT HERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deput} Clerk
ourl S.-al i
.1 COHEN
for Plaintiff
Way.
.Miami. Fla. 331 C
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tel. 444-4TSI
l" 17-21 ::l n 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
No. 69-16876
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANT V P CERB" >NK
I'lnlnl Iff,
\.
TAMAIt V V CERIIi 'NE.
I...... !.i-it.
TO TA.M \i:.\ \ CERBONE
c B. ti Rum 'i
v. -. nue
nii in! Cal! fumis
VKA N CERBONE. are
' >n
'.-I Divorce hu been flleil
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CA.MEBOT REALTY at DuPonl Plasa
Center, .Miami. Florida intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1969.
STATE-SOUTHERN OF
Fl-ORIDA, INC.
(Sole (iwner)
100". DuPont Plaza Center
Miami. Florida 33131
10/17-24-31 11 7
NOTiCb uNben
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARCO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS at
l".lt> B.W. 1st Street. Miami. Suite
808 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida
ARMANDO CORP AS
""2" S.VV. 7'ilh Avenue. Miami
10/17-34-31 11.7
are
ln-
(ClrcuH I
HAROL11
Attorney
2701 Co
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17115
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADRIANA JACKSON.
Plaintiff,
VS.
JAMES B, JACKSON,
Defendant.
TO: JAMBS B. JACKSON
3001 Douglas Street
'maha, Nebraska U8181
Apartment No. mh
You, JAMES B. JACKSON,
hen by notified that a Bill of C
plaint for Divorce hat been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t.. the Bill t>f Complaint on
tin Plaintiffs attorney, JOSEPH C.
BRANNBN, M-118 illscayne Building,
19 West Flagler St., .Miami, Fla. 33130
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in ihe office of the Clerk ..1 the
Circuit Court on or before the 17th
d.i% ,,i November, 1909, If you fall
to do s... Judgment oy default will
be taken agalnsl you for the relief
demanded ,,i the Bill of Complaint.
Tins notice Hhnll I., published e
each week for four consecutive tvei
in THE JEWISH Fl.i 'KIDIAN
DUNE AND ORDERED al .Miami.
Horldn .this l'.tli day ,.i October
AD. RI68.
i: r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
I ir, mi Court. I lad.- Couill! Flot Ida
Bj MARtiCBRITE KENT
I lepuly Clerk
(< 'ir. in I i '..nil Seal i
l' 'SEPH c BRA S'NEN
M-1BS Bis.-ayne Bldg
Miami, Florida 33I3M
Atlorne) f..r Plaintiff
1"
I 117
a judge-
ist you for
complaint
Florida on
10/24-31 II 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85254
In RE; Bstati nl
JACI >li SKI.i >\\
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am Creditors and All Perscns. H..
Ing Claim.-- or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requit-
ed to pies, ni any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
111, estate of JACOB SKLOW deceas-
ed late ,.i Dad, County, Florida to the
County Judges ,.t Dade County, and
file the sain,- in duplicate anil as pro-
vided In Section 7:t:: it;. Florida Sta-
tutes, in tli.-ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from th,
time ,.f the flrsl publication hereof
or the same will be barred.
Dated al -Miami. Florida, this It
day of October, AD. ll";'.i
ALVi.N 1.1.1 >VD SKI.i )\V
M/ RICE (RICKY) FA1.K
As Executors
I 1'IS FALK
Attorney for Executors
77:; NE Rial Street. .Miami. Fla
10/24-31 II 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO RDADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84S83
Frank B. Dowlng
Ii RE: Estat. i I
VRIA BAMES ENGLANI >EK
Di eased
NOT ICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditoi and All Persons Hm
ing i'!,. .in- or Den ih Agalnsl Said
I :--'.I'e:
You ai o hi n bj notil Ii .1 ami i. quir-
ed to present any claims and demu nls
which you in \ have againsl il.,- es-
late ol MARIA liA-MES ENGI.AND-
BR di east d late of I lade i 'ounly,
Florida, to ihe Count) Judges ol Bade
i '"iimi. ai,.I file Ihe mime In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.1ti.
Klnrida Statute*, in their ..trices in
the Count} Courthouse in Dad.- Coun-
ty. Florida, within si\ calendar months
in-in ih.- nine of the flrsl publication
hereof, or the same will be barred,
Dal.-.I at .Miami. Florida, this mth
i ds ) Ol Ui lol', i. A.D, I 9611
MAUN FABER
1012 Alusle) Building
.Miami. Florida
As Exi cutor
First publiatli.....f this noli, on
ill. ITili day ......lober, 1909,
IT/17-24-31 11 7
You,
hi '. bj
.
. ..u. and \.-n are rt quired lo
npy of 3 in .\ u < i- or Plead-
ing in ihe Bill ol i' imp] tini on ihe
Iii MARX FABEl!
|HI2 Alnsley Building. Miami, Fli
.. -.. i rili ii Vnswer or Pb
rice f tl Clerk of il
1 i'UH Con ..,- before Ihe 81 si
November, I1H19 II y> a fail In
do n| b; di .. ; be
Ink.....Kulnsl j ..a for tl.....
Bill of Con
I, in-.
....It week for four consecutive \ve<
In THE JEW I. II FI.ORIDIAN
I '' i: AND 'III IBRBI' nl Miami.
Floi Ida, this [nth da) of V er A.D
IVG9
I-: B l.i: VTHERMAN. Clerk
Cil'euil l '"iir I lade Count) f da
By: .1 .1 NELSON
Deputy Clerk
(i 'it. nil I'. nil Seal I
- 11112 Alnsley Building
Miami. hioiM.i
Atlorne) tor Plaintiff
in 17-24-31 ll 7
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. i- IS HEREBY GIVEN that ten
o'.'.'i .5,rl".8 '" "', in
,,,.".','' "' fictitious names nf
V-l-.l I YATES: ItCSIl K,
DRS. V.\'li-:s AND ACTON
s.u i.ind Avenue, Miami.
J4.I mien,Is t register said
rGth the Li. rk of Ihe Circuit
.Dade County, Florida
P A 1 i:s AND ACTON
r.V'Yv!"'" ASSOCIATES P A
pi AM i lt< I8KIN P \
for Applicant
Ipcayii, Blvd
I-. 83132
10/24-31 11 7-11
liiat
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY Gl\ BN
Pd desiring to engage in
,7i^ ""' ilctltlom name ol
UTMancK FINANCE al
( St Hialeah. Fla. intends
said name with the Clerk
Jit Court of Dade County,
AMADOR .MARTEI.I,
10/24-31 11.7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85419-Clark
in RB: Estate of
JOSEPH CANTBSANO
a/k a JOSEPH L CANTBSANO,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.- and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ai-.- hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnil the
estate of JOSEPH CANTBSANO
a/I, a JOSEPH I. CANTBSANO de-
ceased late of pade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad. County,
and (ih- the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.10, Florida
Statutes, in their offices m the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tin.....f the first publication hereof,
or the vain, will l.e Laired.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 15th
da\ of October, A.D. 1969.
RUTH CANTBSANO
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 24 day of October, 1969,
SPARBER AND ROSKIN. P V
Ai torneys for
RUTH CANTBSANO
llirt North Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PASI.EN RUTHAMAY LEE,
Plaintiff
vs.
, HENRY FRANKLIN LBE,
Defendant
TO: HENRY FRANKLIN LEE
5121 Bermonl
Detroit, Michigan 4820S
You. HENRY FRANKLIN LEE, are
hereby notified lhal a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and your are required lo
serve a copy ol your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complain! on the
Plaintiffs attorney, Law Offices of
I'M I. POLLACK, Suite I Ml, 17""
Northwesl Till Street, .Miami. Florida
8312S and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
I7th day of November, 1969 If you
fall to ,!.. s... Judgment b) default Hdd*.
will be i ikei again > ou lot Ihe
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week lot fout consecutive weeks
in THE .1 l-:\\ ISH FL< >KII >IAN
1" >NB AND IR] IEKKI i al .Miami.
Florida, this I > h da. oi '. lobi r A.D
1869,
i: U LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Curt. |i.i,|, County, Florida
By: MAHOrBHITE KENT
(Circuit Court Seal i
BAIL POLLACK
1700 N.W. 7th Street
-Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney for lialntiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business un.l.-r the fictitious name oi
R< IBBRT O, HYA.MS
W. 14lh Si Miami, lia 33136 intends
to r.-gist.-r said name with the Clerk
of ihe Circuit Couti "I Dad.- County,
Florida.
ROBERTO. HYAMS M.D. P.A.
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A,
Attorneys for Applicant
1"" Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
1" I"-17-24-:t1
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,
M \RIB CIER
lunl
To: MARIE I iKR
i Rl I e mil It \ n-
\\ aliagu, Ni w J, rsey
You MARIE CIER are hen
. il that a Bill of Complaint for 11 -
I'orc, against you,
you are n ulr, nerve a copj
m > P the Bill
of C I on the |
... I Ii MAI ::s ; Mil c
llul ling, Mb ml, Florida 3;
I file tl I Answ i-t- or Plei
. ...,.- the
Circuit Court on or befon the 3rd
da) \ ven icr ifili 11 \"ii fail
in do s... Judgment b) fli fault will i a
taken ngainst >.u for the relief de-
-I in the Bill of Complaint,
This i .' shall be published
fol I. 'Ill ns, ul ......
in THE JEWISH li ORIDIAN
I INK AND i IRDERED nl Miami.
Florida, iii-- 30th day of September.
A.D 1 :><.
i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
ICIrcuil Court Scab
i i! Mayers
Mi" l ongri s- Building
Florida
x .Miami
Altoiney for Plaintiff
in 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16644
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CLIFTl IN I? UAli-'i IRB
Plaintiff,
vs.
NANCY DARLBNE RAFFORD
l tefendnnt,
YOl', NANCY DAKI.I-.Xi: RAF-
FORD, residence address: 906 Harker
Porl Huron. Michigan; are requir-
ed io file your an.-w.-r to the com-
Pi.....i for divor.e with Ihe clerk of
1 he nbo\,- court a rid ser> e .. < ipj
| thereof upon. HERMAN COHEN,
EStJ 1310-11 Congri ks Bldg Miami,
Florida on before x..\ mber 10,
. i else complaint n ill be taken
. cotifesi. d
DATED: October 7th, 1969
K B, l.i: ITHBKMAN
' 'i. ri. oi i he *:i,am i *i ,uri
Bj C P COPBLAND
in 10-17-24-31
10 17-24-3
11
COPY QUICK
NSTANT PRINTERS
OFFSET PRINTING PHOTO COPIES
While You Wail!
Suite 8-A, MB. Fed. Building
534-2916
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
TI'RNBR K1NDBLL,
Plaintiff,
HENRIETTA KINDELL
Defendant.
TO: HENRIETTA KINDELL
,- o Eugene Williams
Routi I
.M.oiis..... i leorgla
You. HBNRIBTTA KINDELT* are
hereby notified that ti Bill of Com-
plainl for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you -ire required to
serve a copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attornej. THi "MAS C.
JOHNSON DI'NN AND JOHNSON,
l!<; Biscayne Building, Miami, Florida
and file ih.- original A.i- wer r Pli ad-
. office of the clerk of Ihe
circuit Curt on or before the lTth
day ol \. i 11 you fail to
do so, judgment bj d. fault will be
taken againsl you foi Ihe relief de-
manded in th.- Bill of Comphi
'lids notice shall be published once
.a. h I. i'..r foul .-.-I-. .in -i.- u
In Til i: JEWISH li i iRlDl \\
BONE AND ORDERED al .Miami,
i'i..iida. ibis 3rd diu ,.i October a d.
i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: .M B Bi INSTBIN,
l 'eputj Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4Hi Bisca\ ne Building
.Miami. Florida SS1S0 T
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10. 10-17-24-31


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