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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 44
Miami, Florida Friday, October 31, 1969
COMMITTED ITSELF TO SUPPORT TERRORISTS
Two Sections Price 20c
Israeli Experts Skeptical Of IsmeUs KHled'
Egypt's Worth As Mediator
JERUSALEM (JTA> Israeli
experts on Arab affairs have de-
clared Egypt's effort to mediate
the I.ftar.i sc crisis appears to
be litt!<- more than an attempt
to assert Egyptian primacy in
the Arab world. It is of slight
importance, they said, because
gypt had committed itself in
advance to the support of ter-
.rist groups operating outside
-called "progressive" Arab
i ountries.
The guerrillas have agreed to
mediation because they bow to
Egyptian authority, the sources
said. But genuine mediation is
not likely because the terrorists
insist on fir e dom of action along
thi Israel-Lebanon herder and
punish Lebanese authorities re-
sponsible for any measures tak-
< n against thi m. If Lebanon
w, re to agree to such demands.
it could mean the end of the
current regime, and President
Charles He lou is well await e.f
this possibility, Israeli sources
said.
According to informed sources,
the majority of moderate Mos-
lems in Lebanon are anxious to
avoid a confrontation between
the Christian elements compris-
ing about half the country's pop-
ulation, the Palestinian guerril-
las, who are supported by Mos-
li m extremists, young militants
at the universities and some
Druze tribes. It is feared that
less extreme Moslems may be
pulled into the pro-guerrilla
camp against their will if the
crisis continues.
Wounded After
Blows With Egypt
Beirut Seen As Loser In Any Talks
LONDON (JTA) The Leb-
a se ciisis appears to be head-
big for the conference table, bjt
the cards seem to be stacked
against the Beirut regime which
has tried to suppress Arab guer-
rilla warfare against Israel in
order to avoid Israeli reprisals.
According to Damascus Radio.
Egypt, Syria and Lib -a pledged
their full support to Palestinian
guerrillas and said they would
not toleiate attempts to hinder
guerrilla activity.
The announcement was broad-
cast by the state-controlled Syr-
ian radio after a meeting that
was supposed to have been the
beginning of a mediation effort
undertaken by President Gamal
Abdel Nasser of Egypt at the
urgent request of Lebanon's
President Charles Helau.
Col. Nasser's personal envoy,
Dr. Hassan Sabri ai-Kho!i. flew
to Damascus and met with Dr.
Nurredin al-Atassi. president of
Syria. Col. Moussa Ahmed, the
Libyan Minister of Intelior. and
Yassir Arafat, commander of El
Fatah, the largest Palestinian
guerrilla group.
Syria has strongly backed the
guerrillas who invaded Lebanon
ov. r the weekend and have been
tattling Lebanese regulars along
that country's eastern frontier.
The curfew was lifted in Beirut
afti r fighting stowed, but Trip-
oli. Lebanon's second largest
fit ', part of which was report' ,1
JDC Resources Strained
By Rapid Polish Exodus
GENEVA (JTAt The rapid
exodus of Jews from Poland has
strained the financial resources
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee to a point where it will
i have to curtail its relief opera-
Itions in Israel and other parts
ol the world unless adelitional
1 inds are immediately forth-
Icoming. Lovis D. Horowitz, di-
rector general of the interna-
tional relief agency, said an ad-
ditional S>1 million is required
[for r fug< i nei ds in IS7D. The
1909 JDC budget amounted to
IJ- million.
Mr. H.rcwitz. who made his
assessment at the close of the
|23rd annual JDC overseas con-
ference here, said, 'The final
THIS ISSUE .
klsop 4-A Real Estate 11-B
lar Mitivah 128 People.Placet 10B
Sermon 10-A
Synagogues 10A
TV 10-A
(andleight 1C-A
fining
13-B
Encagen'ta 8-9B
Weddings 8-9B
Woman's
itoaries 14B World 4-B
outpouring of Polish Jews that
began early in September im-
posed a life or death priority for
JDC and left it with no alterna-
tive but to find the large sum of
money needed to care for the
refugees and ether hundreels of
J wish transmigrants from East-
e rn Europe and the Middle East
whom we care for in Vienna,
Rome and Paiis while they
await thiir migration papers."
"Unless :'.' money can bo
Continued on Page 3-A
No Ties Between
India And Israel
BOMBAY (JTA I Prime
Ministi r Indira Gane'hi has in-
dicated that Inelia de>es not in-
tend to establish diplomatic re-
lations with Israel.
Addressing the Bombay Union
of Journalists. Mrs. Gandhi said,
"It would not help to ease t( n-
sion if we take any now step."
The Prime Minister said her
government had recognized Is-
rael but had not established dip-
lomatic relations with it because
of the "very delicate situation
in the Middle East."
occupied by guerrillas, was still
under martial law.
President Nasser sent Dr. al-
Kholi to Damascus after Presi-
dent Helou asked him to inter-
cede to avert a full scale war
between Lebanon and the guer-
rillas on its soil. The Egyptian
envoy visited Jordan's King
Hussein in Amman before ar-
riving in the Syrian capital.
Sources in Damascus reported
that Mr. Arafat had succeeded
in eliciting a public pledge of
support for the guerrillas at the
meeting. Egyptian, Syrian and
Libyan participants issued a
statement saying that there was
"full agreement on the necessity
of supporting Palestinian com-
mando resistance, being a gen-
uine expression of the Arab peo-
ple's steaelfastness and deter-
mination to liberate the occu-
pied homeland. There was also
lull agreement on ensuring full
freedom for commando action
throughout the Arab homeland
and not tolerating any side at-
tempting to strike at the com-
mando movement or to place ob-
stacles in its path or to try to
stab it in the back."
Dr. al-Kholi was expected tc
Continued on Page 12-A
TEL AVIV (JTA i Israel
and Egypt traded air blows on
the Sinai Peninsula and across
the Sue/. Canal; artillery duels
over the waterway Hand and
other fighting broke out over
thi cease-fire lines with Jordan.
Israeli aiicraft raiding guerrilla
positions in Jordan hit targets in
the northwest suburbs of Am-
man, the capital, for the first
time.
A surprise air raiel on Israeli
positions near Romani. about 20
miles from the Suez Canal, left
11 soldiers wounded, one fatally.
A military spokesman said one
MIG-17 was shot down by a
Hawk missile during the raid,
and another exploded in the air
over the Suez.
An Israeli soldier was fatally
wounded by artillery fire in the
Canal zone, another was killed
in mortar attacks on Beisan
Valley settlements from Jordan-
ian territory. Six Israeli survey-
ors in the employ of the Jewish
National Fund were injured
Sunday when their jeep hit a
mine in the Golan Heights.
A volunteer organization of
rrsidents was set up in Haifa to
patrol the' streets and hon -
following a series of apartment
house bombings which killed
two and injured 26. The volun-
teers, both Jews and Arabs past
military age1, will serve on the
Haifa patrols in an effort to
pri vent further sabotage.
More than 100 Arabs were
rounded up for questioning dur-
ing the investigation of tho
Haita bombings, and evidence
was uncovered linking a num-
ber of Israeli Arab villagers with
gangs outside of Israel, it was
reported.
A guerrilla encampment at
Khirbet Katef in Jordan was the
target of Israel Air Force planes
Monday. A spokesman said it
was hit in reprisal for a guerrilla
attack on an Israeli patrol near
Gcsher in the Beisan Valley.
And at Natanya Sunday, 2nd
Lt. Alexander Tabak-Shkolnik.
adopted son of Benzion Shkol-
nik. brother of the late Prime
Minister Lcvi Eshkol. was bur-
ied with military honors. The
lieutenant was killed Saturday
in an Egyptian artillery attack
in the southern sector of the
Suez Canal.
Judaism's Three Branches
Represented At Parley
KIAMESHA LAKE. New York
(JTA i -At the closing session
of the biennial convention of the
I'nitcel Synagogue of America,
the congregational branch of the
Conservative movement, a sym-
pe slum with participants from
the Conservative, Orthodox and
Reform branches of American
Judaism will be held. Rabbi Ber-
nard Segal, executive director
has announced. It will bo the
first time in the 56-year history
of the United Synagogue, he
said, that speakers representing
the three branches of Judaism
would appear on the same plat-
form.
Participants in the symposium
will be David W. Silvcrman, pro-
fessor at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. Dr. Irv ing
Greenberg of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, and Dr. Jakob J. Petuchow-
ski. a professor at Hebrew Union
Continued on Page 6-A
Include \oung People, Rabbi Says
Tnc ranking leaeler of Reform
Judaism, vv arned Sunday night
that "Unless they are given op-
1 ortunity to share in those de-
cisions that shaix' their destiny
. our youth will increasingly
abandon an establishment re-
ligion.
"The future of the synagogue."
said Rabbi Maurice N. Eison-
drath. president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, "rests upon young Jews
who today condemn the hypo-
critical hiatus between preten-
sions and practice, precept and
example."
Chiding those who are critical
cf youth's re'jection of the "es-
tablishment." the religious lead-
er asked if parents are "really,
truly, genuinely concerned with
the fealty to folk and faith" of
their children, and then recom-
mended that they bo listened to
"instead of the voice' of expedi-
ency and camion which too fre-
quently prompts our every
thought and aetion." If youth
are listoneel to. Rabbi Eisondrath
said, "we' may hear them sadly
mocking many of our preten-
sions, our idolatries, our ma-
terial pursuits, our hypocrisies."
Speaking before 3,000 guests
and delegates to both the 50th
General Assembly of the UAHC
anel the concurrent 27th Bien-
nial Assembly of its women's
agency, the National Federation
cf Temple Sisterhoods. Rabbi
Eisendrath calleel for the inclu-
sion of young people on the na-
tional, regional and local govern-
ing bodies cf Reform Judaism.
The National Board of Trus-
ti ol the UAHC has iso mem-
bers, and Rabbi Eisendrath ex-
pressed deep regret that only
one youth member was included.
"And we wonder." he said, "why
youth cioos not take us serious-
ly and demands more equitable
re; m si ntation."
As a result of earlier recom-
mendi tions made by Rabbi Eis-
endrath and Earl Morse, chair-
man e>f the uahc board of trus-
tees, member congregations
throughout the United State's
and Canada named youth dele-
gate's to the convention, the
first time in the 97-year history
of the organization that such
action was taken. About 150 of
thi n.tal of about 3,000 dele-
Continoed on Page 12-A


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Friday, Ctrtober
1. 1989
Rosen Named Chairman
Of Scholarship Dinner
Leonard Rosen. Miami Beach re- ,
UgioUB and business leader, has
\- n named general chairman of
tin -2nd annual scholarship din-
rif of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami, a gala. S118-a-;
couple function which will take
pis In the Deauville Hotel Sun-
Dr. Cavanaiigh To
Be Guest Speaker
At Hospital "Mm *
The 12nd annual met ting of the
Fli la Hi si ital Ass i itior will
i h Id in the Diplomat H
Hi llvwocd. from Wednesday. Nov.
igh FYi y, Nov. T.
.i s H. Cavanaugh. Ph.D. th
> assistant retarj
Hi b th and S- ii i tific Affairs, U S
in th. Ed
and Wi
at grou) 's i -hi in. to
b '- Id at tl hotel Nov. 7. An
award will I
n '.i !: Fl lian I i
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, | field ol health
st.|> tdminisi tion.
S K Bronsti ii > cutive vice
sident ol Cedars Lebanon
:: ita id I
Hospital Associal i i meed
t the three-
feat i talks by Jami s A. Bax.
Ph.D., ti tai: the F;
p ; irtment of Hi alth and R
Sen Tal
- s Wil iam C Cramei :
St H wry J. Bal -
jr.. M.l ""iiia
Mi il Ass Gaim tville,
. VI ry J Fini ih, R.N ex-
ecutive directoi of the Fl
Nurses Orlando.
day evening. Jan. 11. Louis Mer-
Hr-itzer, president of the Academy,
has announced.
The dinner will help to provide
full or partial scholarships for a
majority of the more than TOO
students ot the South's largest
Hebrew day school. It will also
mark the 22nd anniversary of the
founding of the educational insti-
tution, which has grown from a
handful of students to one of the
. largest enrollments in the nation
in just *or."r""W,H"rte,calWT '
Mr. Rosei w serves as prcsi-
,;. nt of 1 Ii 'rah. Miami
B< ach. is chairman o: the -
in ctors, '-: tj hair-
in of the board of governors of
Ti 1 Aviv I'ni'. rsitj
of the T<: A\.. "-': -'.
H- has | in key positions
;: r Miami J wish Fed-
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s won national hon-
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Page 3-A
B'nai B'rith Marks 126th Anniversary
Twelve men met in New York '
City in 1843 to form a fraternal
organization, the work of which
would be promoting Jewish unity
and serving humanity. Today, this
organization. B'nai B'rith, is the
largest Jewish service organization
in the world, with more than
550.000 members.
A celebration in honor of the
326th anniversary of this meeting
2nd Lt. Charles Levine
Gets Air Force Wings
2nd Lt. Charles F. Levine, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. M. Levine, 15110
NE 12th Ave., North Miami Beach.
has received his
-l^S. Ait" Korco
silver wings at
Williams AFB,
Ariz., where he
graduated from
idiot's training.
A 1963 grad-
uate cii North
Miami Senior
High School. Lt.
Levine, who re-
ri Ived his com-
mission in 1968
after completing
fficers' Training School at Lack-
md AFB. Tex., received his a.a
gree from Miami-Dade Junior
College in 1965 and his A.15. de-
ee from the University of Miami
two years later. His wife is the
former Pamela R. Van Meter.
If. levine
will be sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Council of South Florida
Lodges at 8 p.m. Sunday in the
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach City
Councilman Paul Seiderman, pres-
ident of District Five. B'nai B'rith.
will be honored at the event.
"World Crisis and the Jews" will
be the topic of the main speaker,
Herman Kdclsberg. executive di-
rector of the International Council
of B'nai B'rith. who directs the
organization's activities in some 45
countries. Among the group's ma-
jor projects are the effort to im-
prove the conditions under which
three million Jews live in Russia,
and to obtain freedom for Jews
imprisoned in Arab countries.
Jack Click will conduct a mass
induction of new members during
the celebration which will have
radio and TV personality Larry
King as master of ceremonies.
Music will be provided by the 70-
! ;kt South Florida Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra, which will be
under the baton of Carmen Nappo.
Men's Club Officers Elected
Newly elected officers of Con-
gregation Beth Moshe's Men's
Club are Philip Green, president,
Hurt I.ott and Harold Rosenl'eld.
vice president, Alan Steinman,
recording secretary, Fred Berman,
corresponding secretary, and How-
ard Richman, treasurer. The Men's
i'luh meets the fourth Monday of
each month.
JDC Resources Strained
By Rapid Polish Exodus
(Continued from Page 1-A)
found," Mr. Horowitz said. "JDC
will have to freeze its current
world-wide health and welfare ;
programs at a dismally inade- ,
quate level. We will have to say I
no to increasing the distribution
of food, clothing, fuel and medi-
cine to elderly Jews in Rumania;
we will have to say no to the
handicapped in Israel, to the
deaf, crippled and retarded chil-
dren; we will have to say no to
social investments that would
help migrants from North Af-
rica to adjust to""colifT givy cli-
mates in the Industrialized so-
ciety of Europe; and we will
have to say no to urgently need-
ed repairs ol school buildings in
Knights To Be Inducted
Chancellor Commander Harvey
Richman will preside over the in-
duction ol 12 Esquires into the
rank of Knight at the 7:30 p.m.
Monday meeting of the George
Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights of
Pythias in the Surfside Commu-
nity Center. Max Marin, Blood
Lank chairman, announced that
the Bloodmobile will be in front
of the Center to receive donations
I'ri in 5 to S p.m.
Iran that are ready to fall down
on the children's heads." he said.
Mr. Horowitz noted that Jews
have been departing from Po-
land at the rate of about 1,000
n month since September. These
are mainly Jews who had ap-
plied for exit permits Ixdore the
Sept. 1 deadline set by the War-
saw regime. According to recent
estimates, he said, there are less
than 18,000 Jews left in Poland.
U.N. Speaker At Barry
Dr. John Stoessinger, acting di-
rector of the U.N'.'s Political At-
I lairs Division, will lecture on "The
Peking-Moscow-Washington Tri-
angle of the Future" at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6. in the audio-
visual room of Barry College's
Barry Memorial Library.
Levin Farband Speaker
Mot' Levin, chairman of Chaim
Wc Izmann Branch 34.''.. Farband
j L.Z.O., will give a talk entitled
! "From BalfOUr to Gnlda Meir" at
[the organization's general meeting
' Sunday at 7:M0 p.m. in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
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REV. JAI'OII K.VI7.
PMC. AKKAIIAM WOIJ SO\
Re-Elect MAL ENGLANDER
THIS MAN ACTS WITH SUCH DEDICATION,
HE INSPIRES OTHERS TO ACT .
SAMUEL J. HALPERIN
JULES P CHANNING
BEN LEVENE
PAUL M. MARKO, JR.
S. SIDNEY RAFFEL
BEATRICE HAGEN
JOSEPH HAGEN
DORA GOLDHAGEN
MAX D. GOLDHAGEN
HARRY YABLONSKY
IRVING KARP
JOE KLEIN
GENE DAVIDSON
PHIL SAHL
MAURICE LIFTON
IRVING GRALLA
CARL ABRAMS
SAM MITZMAN
BEN WOLF
FRANK ESTERSON
MAURICE HOROWITZ
LARRY TAYLOR
REV Y WIKLER
WILLIAM J. SCHUSEL
SIMON RUBIN
SIDNEY RUBINOWITZ
HENRY E. WOLFF
ALLAN E. LIPKIN
MAX MARIN
JOHN REID
SAMUEL PASCOE
NATE GLICKMAN
SIG DAWER
WILLIAM FROHMAN
GEORGE J. LAIKIN
JACOB RUSSO
DAVID & PHYLLIS MILLER
LEON EPSTEIN
LEON KAUFMAN
MINA GRUTMAN
YETTA SHAFKIN
JOE HERTZ
D. LEE POWELL
SOUTH SHORE
CITIZENS CLUB
GEORGE LIBOVITZ
BILL GLICK
NINA GOLDSTEIN
MAX MITCHELL
DAN ROTH
GREATER MIAMI
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
MIKE SALTZ
JULIUS LEVITT
DAN GLAUBMAN
LOUIS WAGNER
MORRIS B. FRANK,
Pros, of Beth Jacob Cong.
E. T. STEPHENSON
BISCAYNE BEACH SR.
CITIZENS CLUB
LEONARD ABESS
JACK M. FINK
HENRY I. GILMAN
JACK ABBOTT
IDA GLICKSON
FRAN NOVICK
FLORIDA SR. CITIZENS
LEAGUE OF VOTERS
SYLVIA ARONOVITZ
NAT POTAMKIN
PHILIP GOLDMAN
WILLIAM T. KRUGLAK II
DR. JACK GREENHOUSE
CLEVELAND
FRIENDSHIP CLUB
MILTON SIRKIN
ALLEN GOLDBERG
PHIL JACOBY
LOUIS SHAFKIN
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Friday. October 31. 1969
Number 44
19 HESHVAN
Attack On Lebanon Not Unexpected
The attack by Syrian soldiers against the Lebcnese
military forces seeking to prevent the use of their nation
as a base for guerilla excursions cgainst Israel is net un-
expected. The Syrian government has shown itself to be
composed of terrorists and gangsters, and that it counten-
anced an attack against another Arab nation is no
surprise.
Half-Christian, half-Moslem. Lebanon has sought to
walk a tightrope in its relations with Israel, joining the
militant other Arab nations in the Middle East with obvious
reluctance and determined to set its own course as much
cs possible. How long she can withstand the pressures of
Syria and that other hyena-like nation, Iraq, is open to
doubt for the moderate Lebanesewho seem to be the vast
majority of that peoplehave internal troubles cs well
as external ones.
Syria's Election Sorry Spectacle
The sorry spectacle of the United Nations electing Syria
to the Security Council is made even more pathetic by the
events which followed in Lebanon. We use those words
because it is more in sorrow than anger we follow the
course of the UN as it heads for the same fate as the
League of Nations on its anniversary.
Disregarding the other considerations which should
have barred Syria from the top Council of the world body.
its most recent support of the piracy of an American plane
and the kidnapping of two innocent Israelis (still not re-
leased should have called for some other kind of trer.-
menthardly a reward, which election to the seat rnecr.s
to many not aware of the peculiar politics of the United
Nations.
One cannot blame Golda Meir for her bitter statement
that this Iciest example anl cyr.irisrr. has strengthened
Israel's decision to reject cr.y cdvire to depend or. thai
bocv. It has recsec as she said to be an objective and
just body. This is not only true in matters involving Lsrae".
but with other problems of the world.
Comment
Atlanta Follows Liberal Tradition
Political and sociological pundits are develop ir.g all
kinds of theories cs the result of Liberal Democrat Sam
Mcssell s election as Mayor of Atlanta last week by a very
comfortable margin. Not only is the new Mayor Jewish but
his victory was the result in greet BVKBHiro ol bat) getting
c ver.- high percentage oi Ihe Negro vote. And to any.
the fad thai his vice mayor :s a blade is Just loo urn.
One should not overlook the fact that Atlanta like
Miami has a liberal tradition and thai ::.? retiring Mayor
[van Allen h had stood his ground en rare relations b
en en'_rr.:e sues ::.n was z-z:zr.z^r.c a Ihe Soul
And that Sam MaseeO deepfte hii yz\ihe m 42was
not a aewcomei to the politics of ihe arec s:n:e he bad
served as vice mayot :z: aaghl years under A.len. We
think : a good victory far tne iemoCKfJic process thai two
members cf minority groups aga.r.s: whom there has been
great prejudice and injustice, should be chosen in a free
American election.
I am fully aware that 1
have plenty of money. More
as one who spends a good
of his professional time t:
- \tract some of that m n
from the rich ones. I fully agree
with Philip Bernstein, ex
vice pressd t of the New York
t Ji -'. Federations
y .::: 1+ it An
io^n : i not reached th
. jpic ,- ing.",.
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is better Th F itui
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major foi am topic at i
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at the struct! n I th. Jewish
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iched
real questions raised by th.....
sicn's planners: An nati
movements sufficient:;, relevant
to merit a greater percentage t
our philanthropic d
what new or Ufferent
should the Jewish
contributed" And
philanthropic ton to e set foi
a community of Jews?
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should plague the leadership of
our communities but. instead,
are treated by establishment
. with the old establish-
ment values.
, .-. g, u small ideas which
,-ed In small ways at
- .- gatherings. We are ad-
teat we aaist streagthen
Judaism, deepen Jewish corn-
...,. better Jewish nr. ler-
k at i
lefens n.cies
igh this bedefei
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past j u
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Federation
rg, y An th r 5107
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ms. Hospitals. Bra: li is
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has yet added up
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Iding I ntribu-
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lot of n '
by EDWARD COHEN
for us "rich Jews." It would
seem to require big think,: .
rather than the petty kir. I
manipulation that is taking
place. I'nfortunatcly. the st
ment, "Fedt-ration support :
Jewish education is up 77"
: y impressive to a pers :
doesn't realize that th-.> pere
a rise from one cent to i
, nts is 100-c.
I.: is, sincere
th fut n -. for it is
- thi warning si n
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sons rant fath'rs a
no l s subatai
Jewish ius s as th lr :
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ling Great
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; li a l< rship. S i
i m< thes are I rig in-
Into trie old st:
ai : .: there is any chang -
visible only on the surfa
This has a disillusioning efl -
>i many of th< s young ;
bcc rding to what I h-'ai"'i at I
L'AHC convention. Thi
not had nough experiei
Jewish communal lifeor i
life ol their synagogue n
ment to make a serious
lenge to the present institut. ins.
Mj concern is that when I
in finally ready to make that
je, they will consider th
whole thing not worth saving
ar.d turn away from Jewish i: -
stit itions an i. possibly, Ju .
as w
MAHER OF FACT
fay JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHING! : Suppos
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finally able to fa
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a violent luticn in this
try going .--.:. r.as
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in S mth Vietnam, whil
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hi has talked ton
will be right here, at hon
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personal reason foi"
wanting to be the first An
sident to lose a
A I'K^l ought to b' a
: resee that th.' fjrst An* i
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tain substance, alas, to the
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consider the danger to all tn"
values they pretend to ctierisn
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-JewlstncrHian
Page 5-A
Information Minister
Temple Menorah Guest
Avraham Avidar, Minister of In-
formation for the State of Israel,
and a leading member of his coun-
try's diplomatic corps in the
United States, will be the guest
speaker at the 7 p.m. Sunday.
Nov. 9. Temple Menorah Israel
Dinner of State in the Fontainc-
bltau Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sehiffman,
Who will receive the Jerusalem
Pi ace Award in recognition of
Ihtir lifelong service in behalf of
Isra. 1 during the gala dinner, will
' the hosts at a 6:30 p.m. recep-
tion in honor of Mr. Avidar. who
has held key positions in the dip-
matic service of his country
throughout the world, according to
an announcement by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the
ngr< gation, and dinner chairman
ert Siegel.
A can r officer in Israel's Min-
istry of For. Ign Affairs since 1958.
Mr. Avidar was Consul General of
the State of Israel for Chicago
B id the Midwest from 1966 until
this year, when he assumed his
present post in Washington. D.C.
He undertook diplomatic missions!
In Poland and the Soviet I'nion
during the 1958-61 period, and was
assigned to the United States sec-
tion of the Ministry for Foreign
Affairs upon his return to Israel.
He visited the United State and
Canada on good-will missions in
Israel's behalf in 1962. and was
subsequently appointed Senior
Consul of the State of Israel in
New York, where he took charge
of political affairs.
Mr. Avidar studied at the Lon-
don School of Economics and earn-
ed a degree in political science at
the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
I' :n. He received his early educa-
i hi in Danzig, where he was a
' adkar and organiser of the Cha-
AVRAHAHI AVID All
lutz Pioneer Movement, primary
task of which was to rescue Jew-
ish youth from the Nazis. He later
was active in educating Jewish
refugee youth in Great Britain and
acted on behalf of the Haganah in
organizing the first "illegal" immi-
gration of Jewish youth to Palis-
tine from England.
Mr. Avidar joined the coopera-
tive settlement of Kibbutz Galed
when he reached Palestine, and for
a number of years served as its
secretary general. He took part in
the War of Independence as a
member of the Jewish Defense
Forces.
New System Speeds
Mail To Servicemen
Postmaster General Winton M
Blount has announced an auto-
matic mail directory system will
be in operation in San Francwco
in time to handle the flood of
holiday mail to Army personnel in
Vietnam, according to Postmaster
E. M. Dunlap.
The directory system is schedul-
ed for operation by Nov. 15 and is
expected to significantly speed re-
routing of mail to Vietnam soldiers
as well as freeing 115 Armv postal
workers for other duties. Th? sy-
stem relies on the Social Security
numbers of Army servicemen
those numbers having replaced the
old Army serial numbers.
Presently, mail with incorrect
or outdated addresses is rerouted
through tedious card file and
manual searching processes. Und-
er the new system, if letters s >nt
to Vietnam cannot be delivered as
addressed, they will be returned to
San Francisco by air and refer:-,!
to the directory system. Parcels
can be processed in essentially
the same manner.
Estate Topic At Meeting
"Join the Minority Protect
Your Estate" will be the topic of
Miami Beach First National Bank
trust officer Gale K. Hovey, who
will speak at the monthly meeting
oi the Greater Miami Chapter of
Deborah Hospital at the Algiers
Hotel at noon Tuesdav.
New High-Rise For North Miami Area
North Miami's newest high-rise
condominium project is a 16-story,
164-unit building to be called Bay-
view Towers and located a few
blocks east of Biscayne Boulevard
in Sans Souci Estates. The main
entrance of the building will be on
Sans Souci Blvd.; the pool and
parking area will be at the back,
facing Biscayne Bay.
Bayview Towers is being devel-
oped by Dome Construction Co..
Inc., which has been active for a
number of year, building residen-
tial communities in South Florida.
New Jersey and Canada under the
supervision of Ernest Herman,
president. Model apartments, cre-
ated and designe'd by Nancy Solar,
director of sales, are furnished by
Vanleigh. and will be open from
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekeiays, 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Sundays at the sales
office on the construction site.
Bayview Towers will feature
central heating and cooling, all-
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antennae, intercom system to the
j lobby and underground as well as
'outdoor parking. Each apartment
j will have its own separate balcony,
I and the project includes an 80-ft.
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area and two sauna baths one for
men and one for women.
Bayview Towers may be reached
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UNITED TENANTS
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Complete Revision of An-
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Building o; a Senioi Citi-
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e Low and Middle Income Housing in Miami Beach.
Doctor' on Heartmobiles (Ambulances:.
Speedy Restoration oi Public Beache; by Effective Programs.
' Exclusion oi Local Residents from Resort Tax.
e Legislation providing for payment of interest on
Tenant*.' Security.
Adoption oi a 10-Year Mastei Plan by Representatives
oi all Segment? of out Community.
Construction of a Youth Center in Midtown.
Elimination of Temporary Certificates of Occupancy.
Promotion ot Increased Tourism by Sound Business
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Expansion ol the Community School Program.
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Friday. October 31, 1969
Israeli Admiral Speaker
At Beth Torah Dinner
Adm. Shlomo Krell. Commander
of Israel's Navy, will bo the guest
aker at the Beth Torah Israel
Dinner of State in the Fontaine-
bl.fiu Hotel at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Nov. S. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. the
congregation's spiritual leader, and
dinner chairman Samuel Fox have
announced.
Munis Goldfarb, business and
civic leader, will be honored on
this occasion, receiving the Jeru-
salem Peace Award i:i recognition
of his service to Israel through the
Israel Bond program. He and Mrs
Goldfarb will host the 7 p.m. re-
p ption in Adm. Erell's honor pre-
I -ho dinner for which thi
entertainment will i- provided by
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A leading officer of Israel's na-
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claimed. Adm. Krell. who has been
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as Naval attache at various Israeli
embassies and commanded a fleet
of destroyers, took command
oi Israel's Navy in 1966. Under his
direction, the Israeli Navy neu-
tralized Egypt's Navy during the
Six-Day War. despite the tact that
the Egyptians had a larger and
more modern fleet.
Adm. Krell was in command ol
the ship which, during the War of
Independence entered the Beirut
harbor under cover of darkness to
blow up Hitler's yacht, which had
by Syria and was
. d into a warship. He
was the commander of the two
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United States 1951 when Pi i
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College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion.
In a keynote address made to
the opening si ssion of the con-
v ntioii. Rabbi Segal said a "love
of Zion" was always the corner-
stone of the Conservative nun
ment. Since its inception in 1913.
he declared, the Conservative
movement has he. n thi onl>
one "i Judaism's three branches
in America which did not tol-
ate anti-Zionism in its ranks.
Rabin Segal reported that
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gogu< "s te. nagi irganization,
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Atid, its co iza-
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Labor
Professional Groups
Senior Citizens Groups
Tenants
Property Owners
Youth Groups
Fraternal Groups
FROM SOUTH BEACH
TO CITY LINE
ON NOV. 4
PI LL LEVER
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Friday, October 3i 1953
Monkiewicz
Susskind
Salinger
Nor-lsle Optimists Install Officers For Coming Year
New officers wore installed by | and Dr. R. F. Castiglione were also
the Nor-lsle Optimist Club recent-
ly at an installation banquet in
the Algiers Hotel, and the "Man of
the Year" award was presented to
Mason Block for his work with
Nor-Isle*s football program for the
.outh of Miami Beach. Jerry Sail Icr. secretary.
recipients of awards.
Installed were Joshua Sirkin.
president; vire prwrtdents Seymour
Gladstone and Paul Topel; Marvin
Pehr. treasurer, and Charles Sieg-
THE ISSUE IS FACT... NOT FICTION!
3 Guest Speakers Signed by Or Olom For Lecture Series
David Susskind. Frank Mankie-
wicz and Pierre Salinger have
been signed by Temple Or Olom
as the featured speakers of its
first annual lecture series, the pro-
ceeds of which will go towards the
building of a new sanctuary.
Kicking off the series at the
temple. 8735 SW 16th St.. will be
motion picture, television and
stage producer David Susskind,
who has been a leader in the en-
tertainment world for a number of
years. In addition to heading his
own production company, called
Talent Associates. Mr. Susskind,
who moderates a weekly television
"talk" show, has won numerous
awards, including seven Kmmys
and two Peabodys, and has been
named Producer of the Year. He
will speak on the topic "And Then
I Met ." on Jan. 21. All three
lectures are scheduled to begin at
8 p.m.
A former Peace Corps director
for Latin America who became
Robtrt Kennedy's press scretary.
Frank Mankicwicz, who will lec-
ture Feb. 11. is best known to the
public for his handling of televised
press conferences after Sen. Ken-
nedy was shot. Mr. Mankiewicz.
whose topic will be "The Impor-
tant Issues of the Day." presently
writes a syndicated column in col-
laboration with Tom Braden.
The Mar. 9 lecturer. Pierre Sal-
inger, has represented California
as a senator, and served both
President Kennedy and President
Johnson as press secretary. A con-
tributing editor of Collier's Maga-
zine at one time, he also served
as Sen. Robert Kennedy's press
policy advisor and helped to man-
age the presidential campaign of
& n. George McGovern at the 196S
] i. n ocratic Convention, where he
< authored and helped to lead
the light for the minority plank on
V Nam. Mr. Salinger will take
"The Kennedy Years and After"
as Ms topic.
Mrs. Mollie Kaye. program
chairman, will be assisted by com-
mittee members Mis. Jean Kaplan.
Mrs. Eleanor Seltman, Mrs. Myra
R, rger, Mis. Judy Primack and
Mrs. Mimi Green.
Hibiscus Lodge Holds
Bond Burning Event
A gala reception dinner dance
will be held by Hibiscus Masonic i
; Lodge 275 F & A.M. Saturday eve- l
ning Nov. 8. in the Hilton Plaza
Hotel's American Scene ballroom
to celebrate the burning of the
: Hibiscus Holding Co. bends which j
mature this year.
Richard Essen, master of the
lodge, has arranged for his lather,
B. n Essen, to act as toastmaster.
and continuous music will be pro-
vided throughout the evening by
Sid Engle and his orchestra.
The committee in charge of ar- Group Endorse- Derrner
rangements is neaded by Emanuel
Lorber, Past Master; his assist-
ants include Right Worshipful Ben
Essen. Past Masi r Morris Rabin-
ivitz, Past Master Joel Newman
and William J. Sch IS
Goldberg Elected President
Of Merchants Association
Barton S. Goldberg, executiw
vice president of Jefferson Na
tional Bank of Miami B ach ha
been elected president ol the Ar*
thur Godfrey Road Association
Jack Siegel of Central
ware. Mrs. Lois Newmark of
Smaiti Parties, and J. Nortran
U'oides of Allstate Insurant
chosen to serve as vice pi ,:;...
Miss Gloria Lemmei ol J ffers
National was It eti d S retai v
Joel Abcrbach of Aberbac'.Vs Photo
and Art Supply as treaa
The campaign committee of
Voters. Incorporated, has
Miami Beach Mayor Ja; Dermer
for reelection. It als
City Council candidati s .1 Maie^
iGroup 1), Bob Goodman iGroa-)
2), and Herb Magn s
JOE MALEK voted for immediate protection of people living
on fixed incomes, through use of air rights, low cost housing,
rent equalization and controls.
Was the only Councilman who fought to keep the doers
open a; all council meetinqs.
Fire rescue squad and heart mobile (saving lives daily,
Strong new gun ordinance (to help fight crime)
Convalescent homes and extension of Mt. Sinai
Operation re-entry to help children fight narcotics
ACCOMPLISHMENTS- NOT PROMISES
RE-ELECT
JOE
LEVER 6 A
Pd. Pol Adv.
DO YOU
BELONG TO THE
GOLD KEY CLUB?
YOU DON'T
UNLESS YOU HAVE AN APARTMENT AT
rCAVA
WHERE YOUR KEY TO LUXURY LIVING WILL OPEN
MUCH MORE THAN YOUR FRONT DOOR......
CALL NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
ON THE NEWEST ADDED COMPLIMENTARY
FEATURE TO COME TO MIAMI SINCE
THE INVENTION OF GLASS
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Phone 373-1617
Rentol Office Open In The Colonial Terrace Mote
U.S. 1 and S.E. 25th Rd.
Doily 10 AM to 5 PM Evenings by Appointment.


Friday, October 31, 1969
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Hebrew Home To Be Directed By Zilbert
Leonard Zilbort. the new presi-
dent of the Hebrew Home for the
Aged of Miami Beach (formerly
the Jewish Convalescent Homei
will be working closely with a
board of directors c.m:>os^d of 12
prominent Dade County citizens in
the operation of the 156-b:d Home.
Mr. Zilbert, who has been active
in the work connected with the
Home since 1963, has served as
r
LEONARD ZHBtXT
chairman of its board for the past
six years. He was named "Man of
(he Year" at its dedication dinner
in 1967. and he and his wife. Rosa-
lind, were honored by the Home,
which named its synagogue the
Rosalind and Leonard Zilbert
Synagogue."
Active in most of the Jewish
philanthropic organizations of the
Greater Miami area, Mr. Zilbert is
member of the beard of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Plans are now on the drawing
board to increase the capacity of
the community-supported Home
with low-cost housing and other
projects to assist the poor and in-
digent aged. "Our real goal." says
Mr. Ziibcrt, "is to enable the aged
to lead useful, prexiuctive lives and
to help them maintain what is
most precious to themtheir in-
<1 pender.ee and self respect."
Settlers in the Jewish State
originated from 79 countries.
"JOIN THE
DAOUD CROWD'!
Pull Lever 3-A to elect
PATT DAOUD
to Miami Beach City Council in
Group One on November 4.
PATT WILL FIGHT FOR:
Expanded medical facilities in South Beach.
Special, lowe; bus fares for seniors.
Low cos; housing.
Keeping Miami Beach tax money for Miami Beach.
Elimination o, spot zoning.
Repair o.: city streets.
Better storm sewer control.
Beautification of parks and beaches.
PULL
LEVER
3-A
You are invited to have coffee and cake with
PATT DAOUD
1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 28,
Monte Carlo Hotel, 65th Street, and Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Honored Guest: Famed Trick Horse "Mickey Mouse,"
with "TEX" BIANCHARD ...
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PHI I. KVI7I\
JOS1 l*H ROSE
i:n\A i.osi;\sti:i\
ii owicii COLEMAN
m \n i\ 4,1 :\i:i
pi. \iyn liU'iiv BERN AN
Re-Elect MAL ENGLANDER
UF Volunteers Gather
For Progress Report
Volunteers from all United Fund
oi" Dade County fund-raising units
were to assemble at the Ever-
glades Hotel Thursday noon for
luncheon and a first general report
meeting.
Reports on last Sunday's resi-
dential drive were to be included,
Harry Hood Bassett, general cam-
paign chairman, announced, noting
that more than $1,870,000 must be
raised in order to reach the goal
of S5.000.000 before the campaign
closes Nov. 20.
Kelly Chairman Of Heart Fund for 1970
Dr. Addison L. Messer, pr< sid'-nt
of the Florida Hoart Association,
has annoin'.-d the selection of
Thomas J. Kelley, former sheriff
of Dade County, as stat' campaign
Chairman for the 1970 Heart Fund.
He will also be heading the 1970
cam-ai-rn cf the Heart Association
of Greater Miami for the second
consecutive year.
As campaign chairman, the 69-
year-old Ki 11/. who has himse If
recovered rrom a ncart attack suf-
fered in 1937. will be overall head
of th? Heart Association's fund-
I raising activities, the btSt known
| of which is pro'rably Heart Sun-
1 day, which is scheduled for Feb. 22.
I On that day some 15,000 Dade
I County volunteers will call on
! Iheir neighbors to support Heart
j Association services and programs.
Mr. Kelly noted the '\tent of
the heait disease problem in Dade
I County, which cause'd more than
| naif of the di aths in this are'a in
1968, and announevd a campaign
I goal cf $1,520,000 for the state,
$300,000 for the Greater Miami
Chaptrr.
B&JSkMi MLm{ %smti!*l
You can't hear them laugh in a letter.
That's one of the reasons long distance calls feel so good.
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Friday, October 31, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Giving Or Receiving?
. KABKI CHARLES N. BUBEL actually brounht him to the turn-
4 u..ur.K:.tiu.. B'nal Raphael j "> Point in his lite- the birth of
Isaac, who was the quintessence
The story is told of an elderly of his hoi>cs and prayers for the
< uple who came to a convention | future.
the Midwest. They found all the From Abraham to our modern
hotel rooms had day, this experience touches us all.!
hoon taken. The as individuals and as nations. Hap- !
weary pair be- py is the many who can treat all
gan a fruitless Anoshim (people) without inquir-
ftC-arch. At the Ing into their Vichus their im-
lasi small hotel, portance and whether they are de-
thc man turned serving of kindness and charity.
away and sadly a person or country that treats
told his wile :,n people with love and kindness
they would have is hound to receive much more,
. UtUa lUlli tu~litM4inn they give-. America opened \
railroad station, its doors widely for the stranger.
The young clerk ilie tired, weary and heavy laden, |
overheard, and as Emma Lazarus put it so beau- I
said. "Wait a tifuiiy in her poem now Inscribed !
an idea. You may on the Statue of Liberty in New
1 ive my room. It's small, hut there York harbor. But was not America j
is a bed. anil I can sleep here in repaid a thousandfold? Did she not |
1 lobby." receive more than she gave? Can |
The grateful couple thanked the anyone deny that America became \
ung man. and accepted his hos- ; |ne mosl powerful nation in the |
y.tality, and as he was leaving world due to the fact that each
i. r, the elderly gentleman again immigrant gave his best effort in
t) .ink. d his benefactor, he extend- an attempt to show gratitude?
his card, saying, "A man who Alw,vk.a was the epitome of the
- ows strangers such considers- Mitevah of Hachnosas Orchim, of
n deserves to be manager of the ,h(. doo|. InsU.ail of enter.
r^eliqious *^<
'3
ervices
Rabbi Rube/
mute. I have
laining Anoshim. America gave
food and shelter to angels in dis-
Uise, who brought her to a gnat
position of leadership in a demo-
cratic society, so that to this very
day the persecuted of all nations
live in the hope of someday being
able to migrate to America.
This is ih. Hachnosas Orchim
taught by Abraham. This is the
lesson to all chauvinistic nations
who fear the stranger and would
net permit him to hold a job or live
I his own cultural life. Witness the
Arab nations, who consistently re-
r ;> si hotel in the country. Use
t is card if you ever come to New
York." The clerk considered it a
i mplirnent, but promptly forgot
i .' incident. About a year later,
wevcr, he received a letter from |
I* w York, offering him a job as
n anager of the Waldorf Astoria
}. itel, and signed by his elderly
st, John Jacob Astor.
I m- story is brought to mind by
thi Torah portion, Vayoro, which
about the visitors who came
Abraham's t> nl Shelosho Ano-
im ahree ordinary nun who
i mod out to be angels bringing
. ...i tidings. The Bible de- llls" to allow anj ol the so-called
ttribn Abraham's tenl as having rrfugccB to come and settle in
l..ur doors a door on each side. thr countries. Their own kins-
Now our Rabbis were not building men- mind you' bu1 ,lu'-v ll"1,
tractors discussing the details H*te miserable men, women and
Abraham's tenl in the desert, children as pawns in the political
Rabbis were interested in the hf*" ,hl'-v ',lav- Can "1,1V !"' :'
, portanl lesson which they de- Kater denial of the principle of
.1 from tin life of Abraham. In brotherly love?
raham's tenl doors, they found Let us hoi>o that the day is not
i e symbol of the greatest degree far distant when all nations will
Ol hospitality, kindness and gener- revert to a policy of love thy
unity, :kii merely to members of neighbor as thyself, and all the
I s own family but to any stranger nations of the L'.N. will once again
i at ci me n.ar his home. Little embrace the principles of Israel's
Abraham think of being re- Torah: to live and let live, to show
warded for his kindness and hos- kve to all people as Abraham did
r, talitj He did it out of sheer love white or black. Jew or non-Jew
1. r human beings, whether they and all nations will say with
were his kin or total strangers. Emma Lazarus:
Little did he realize that he was
neeivinj i ore than giving, that
ir stead of entertaining desert
tiavelers, hungry hoboes, he was
i ing iiust to angels of G-d. The
1- utine ait of kindness and human
npassion Abraham performed
"Give mi' your tired, your i>oor.
Your huddled masses yearning
to breathe free.
"Send your homeless, tempest-
tossed to me.
"I lilt up my lamp beside the
gulden door."
.....Mi :....,...-.
mm....." m i;........
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayera
Abraham welcomes the three angels into his tent.
"As he .-at in the tent door in the heat of the day: and he
liftt d up his eyes and looked, and lo, three men stood over
against him" (Gen. 18.1-2).
VAYERA (>d appeared to Abraham as he sat at the door
ol his tent in the heat of the day. Lifting up his e>es. Abraham
Ivheld three men (actually, angels in the form of mem. Abraham
ran toward them, took them into his tent, and treated them
hospitably. One of the angels foretold that in a year Sarah
vvouM heai a son. The other angels went on to Sodom to destrov
the city because ol its wickedness; only Lot. Abraham's
righteous nephew, was to be saved. Gad revealed this plan to
Abraham, who pleaded 'hat Si>dom be saved for the sake of the
righteous rsons living in it. But it turned out that Sodom
could not l>c saved there were not righteous persons in the
whole city Lol w as saved, and lived in a cave. There his two
daughters bore him two sots Benammi, or Ammon. and
Moab. In the fulfillment of the angel's prophecy. Sarah lwre a
son. who w,ls named Isaac When the lad grew up, God tested
Abraham's devotion by bidding him offer Isaac as a sacrifice.
Abraham prepared to carry out God's bidding: at the l.i-t
moment, an angel intervened, and Isaac was saved. Abraham
had passed the hardest trial of all.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it a custom to eat evt ra
fruit on the Sabbath'.'
The Talmud states that a Jew
should pronounce a hundred bene-
dictions every day. Since the daily
prayers have a number ol bane-
dictions, including the 19 denedic-
tions of the main body of prayer
which is recited three times a day.
a good number of these benedic-
tions are recited in the coursa of
the prayeV*rOrTM<,Sar,bnth. how-
ever, the main body of prayers
recited three time- during the day,
has only seven benedictions in-
stead of the daily 19. Thus, a Jew
might fall short of the total ol
100. Therefore, he consumes some j
fruit from time to time which I
gives him added number of bene-
dictions to recite before he eats
the fruit.
Why is it tint most of the
blessings which are pronounced
by Jews refer to the acts of tiocl
in the present tense'.'
Actually, what appears to be the
present tense is also the form of
the 'perfect'' in Hebrew grammar.
There are those, however, who say
that the goodness of God is re-
ferred to in the present tense be-
cause it is otilv the limitation ol
human inti licet which makes us
i lassify time in terms of past.
present and futun while all lim<
,s one unit in the eyes <>i the Al-
mighty. "A thousand years an
like a day in Thy sight," as I
Psalmist said.
It also indicates, according to
others, that the creative po\v< rs
of the Almighty are constant!)
functioning i.-i our univt rsc
world, then lore, is always a dy-
namic living process and never
actually a finished product. T
when we thank the Almighty for
"creating the fruit of the earth, '
for example, we indicate that He
is still lending His (native pow-
ers to the world through man. His
agent.
Why do some blessings end
| with the word "Amen'* simply
used as a response by those who
I hear the blessing, as is usually
the case?
Usually, this is done to indicate
that this blessing concludes the
section of the liturgy which one is
! reciting. It also indicates that this
particular blessing completes an
action and has nothing to do with
any action or blessing which may
j follow. Otherwise the rabbis frown
upon the individual who would re-
cite the response "amen" after a
blessing which he himself made,
since in a normal circumstar.ee.
the "amen" is intended to be a
response which indicates
ment and concurring belief on the
part of the listener.
Lebediker Branch
Lecture Scheduled
The Lebediker Branch of Far-
band Labor Zionist Order, which
has a membership of more than
400. has scheduled lectures on
topics carefully selected for their
general interest.
A lecture on the cause and cure
of back ailments will be presented
at S p.m. Thins,lav. Nov. tl, at 1232
Washington Ave., Miami Beach
The lecture by Dr. David G I.. I
'man. orthopedic surgeon, will be
illustrated with enlarged sli
i and a question-and-answei pet
' will follow
Anothi r highlight of tl
ing will lie an explanation of the
new Blue Cross-Blue Shield n
and beta Ins by Joseph P. Zueker-
man. president. Minnie and Les
I irnstein will be the hosts.
Only a few tickets for the Nov.
16 affair in the Algiers Hotel ri -
' I main, it was announced, and none
i| will be available at the do
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
T ION 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES7~2*33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantorjol Pakow.tx. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dill Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabb
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. ___ 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi So! Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipsor..
Friday 6 p.m and v> ran Jev uh
llook Sabbath Sermon: llrownsv llli
SnturdiO a m The Torah \-
r,,r Mltsvati Rons, m n ii Mr and
Mrs. Stuart '"lii Minolta I' "
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 8
Friday i. ii |i m Saturda) "
Mliu'ha 6:13 |) m
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 1-'th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
Prida) Sunset Snturila) :' '".
Sermon: "The Re-Birth of n Nation. _
;.:i:, p.m. Th eforll......' I '
u in Sermon "A Son I* Born
BETH TOV Tte'mPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkea 8
Friday S:1S |>.m lluesl Speaker I om-
mlxxioner Irving Christie Subject
History of the Ji \\x i" Miami Fol-
lowed by Ones Shabbat In Ii.....' ol
Sllv.i- Aniilverxarj of Mr and Mrs.
Sldne) illnnskj.
ISRAEL (TEMPLfc) Oh GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot 10
Friday K i p m Sei mnn "Jew isli
and Christian Resiionses The
Meaning of M> Ufe "
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabb> Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday "" p m anil n
n i' mi
Snturda.v %.4*. a n Serm
iur> 'i
MINYONAIREs SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Moder 1 Traditional 12
a
OR OLOM (TEMPLE'.. 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Gli-
man. Cantor Beniamm Ben An 13
si-rvalive Jews Mn-t.'- SaturiLiv i ,
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: stev.n Benjam
son of .Mr. and Mrs. Kobi-rt Block
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber.
man. 39
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4j
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1543.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. _____ 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 102J
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky
Cantor Tibor Mo.es 33
l-"i ula> s: 1 r. p in Sermon: \
\t v \. w trasnlaatlon Thi
Defense Leacu." Saturday 1
r.;ii' Mltsvah: A.iii-ew. hod -i .\;
Mrs Jamea Jai obj
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Ld-
schitx. Csntor Jacob Renaer. 34
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St,
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ri.
Cantor Jack Lerner. -t
Friday ':i"> p.m. Baa Mu .
Laurie Cohen Saturday : a.m sr-
mon: "Moratorium."
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
18801 NE. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan 3g
Friday 5:30 p m. Baturday 9 ra
Sermon: "The Society of Soili i
tlemorah Mlncha .':i" p.m
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 31
Fi -l.i> "' p m s.ilurdaj ti 1
n Morality iv ptlmism
P 111
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Graraea
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
par. 40
l"i iilnj K:I3 p in Sen In 11 lu<
l,j Ti mple Vouth Iroup
.. 111 Bal Mitzv ah I'.ui .
ol .Vl! .111.1 .Vl r -
\|,,l k.AVItZ
TIFEriETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami 1
RdlDh }
Ave. Conservative.
Cirini.

14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
2I0N (TEMPLEi. R00? Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
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NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION,
13600 W D xie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Raubi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19

| BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
-
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEI. 4144
Chase Ave Liberal. R.ibbi Leon
Kronish, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Do* Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday |. m Snturil \ ., m TI i>
"'" liar Mits-
1 vnh Roiti V; i i ..... j|, ,,
Mrs. Arthur II.....k> v\
Bon .'I .Vh iinil .V|i> Murray l.i-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
CANDLELIGHTIN6 TIME
19 HESHVAN--5:20
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berj-r
Cantor Richard Browdy.
Frldaj 8:16 p m Sermon
>ew> Survey." Saturday i .m
s. i mon Scriptural Lesson
FT. IAU0ER0AIE
BFTH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 e.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "What '
sliiutes ;i Mlrarle." Followetl bs -
Shabbat Baturday S a m Si rmmi:
'Tal......i. Step At A Tlmi N i
I irenm Is Impossible Bar M
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Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. **
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Orthndox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. j
KN,ESETH ISRABL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 20 75th St.
n,,ery-a,'V.'' Rabb' M*y" Abrsm-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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Ta turn Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. ->q
Si rmon vv hen fon-
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). '"'
Monroe St. Conservative. Rsooi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. *
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Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro-
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. '
MIRAMAR
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J-
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Hosl: Dr. Tihor Stern, Rabbi.
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*Jfen/*f> Fleridliifiiin
Paqe 11A-
Alpert To Discuss Role Of Technion jH lL jnad
Carl Alpert, executive vice
chairman of the board of gover-
nors of the Technion, Israel Insti-
tute of Technology, has conic to
Miami Bench to confer with local
and national leaders of the Ameri-
can Technion Society. Jacob Rifkin.
president of the Miami Chapter,
has announced. Mr. Alpert will de-
scribe the important role of the
Technion in maintaining the secur-
ity of Israel through its techno-
logical manpower at several in-
formal meetings with top com-
munity leaders,
Mr. Alpert, whose incisive com-
ments on life and developments in
Israel appear frequently in the
Jewish press throughout the world
in his weekly columns, is a native
>: Boston who moved his family to
Haifa IT y< ars ago and has since
played a significant role in Tceh-
nion's stead/ development. Israel's
sole source of engineering and
scientific talent. Technion has
blanches throughout the country
and an enrollment of more than
L',000 students.
A frequent visitor to South
Florida for international confer-
ences on Israel's economic and
educational development, Mr. Al-
pert. who is considered one of his
nation's foremosl authorities on
the subject, serves as assistant to
tin' president of Technion. which
lias born called the M.I.T. of the
Middle East
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Friday. October 31, 1969
Beirut Seen As Loser In Any Talks
(Continued from i'atr 1-A)
invite Arab envoys to a Leba-
nese peace conference, probably
in Cairo. I^g/pt was said to be
Striving ior "restraint and com-
promise" in the dispute. But the
Egyptian government-controlled
Middle East News Agency re-
ported the text of a message to
President Nasser from El Fatah
denouncing "agents of Zionism
and Imperialism in the Lebanese
government" and praising Col.
Nasser's "great stand on the side
of the Palestinian revolution."
(Meanwhile, in Washington, a
State Department spokesman
accused the Soviet Union of mak-
ing propaganda out of the diffi-
culties confronting the Lebanese
people, and said Moscow had
made unfounded charges against
the United States in connection
with the Lebanese crisis. Robert
McCloskey was referring to a re-
port by the official Soviet news
agency. Tass. that the United
States supported anti-guerrilla
measures taken by Beirut. "The
present situation requires quiet
diplomacy, not public argument,"
he said.
The Soviet Party newspaper
Piavda commented that NATO
naval maneuvers off Lebanon
"put this explosive area on the
brink of a very dangerous con-
3SEL
(Continued from Page 1-A) ished Mlow Jews" in Israel.
gates to the conventions were
youth.
Touching on Federal spending
on armaments and space explor-
ation. Rabbi Eisendrath asked
fur th<- passage- of a resolution
calling for the reordering of na-
tional priori! ie s.
In his speech, Rabbi Eisen-
drath strongly urged that con-
gregations reexamine their pro-
grams and practices with a view
to revitalizing congregational
life, and ialled for deeper in-
volvement'in all matters of hu-
man concern.
The Reform Jewish leader also
recommended the adoption of a
number of resolutions scheduled
to be' v. ted on at the daily
j le nary sessions of the conven-
tion. Among them were:
Recommendation to include
'additional representatives of
youth" to the UAHC National
Board oi Trustees, national com-
mittees and commissions, and
congregational boards.
Recommendation of a "Jew-
ish Manifesto" calling upon our
fellow Jews and our fellowmen,
all our brethren of white Amer-
ica, to rectify those' patent
wrongs which neither the shock
tactics (i a James Forman, nor
the' v< nomous screed e>t an occa-
sional black anti-Semite provide
justifiable' alibi for a general
Jewish "cop-out."
Establishment of a commit-
tee of leaders, representing the
UAHC. the Central Conference
of American Rabbis and the
NETS, to undertake a searching
reexamination of our present in-
terfaith structure and program
to determine if the present
structure is still viable or in
need of revamping.
Intensification of congrega-
tional support of the UAHC Is-
rael program and a deepening ol
relationships between American
Reform Judaism and our "cher-
A recommendation for the
establishment of full-time R -
form Jewish day schools.
R commi ndation for a re-
ordering ot national priorities,
indefinite postponement ol de-
ployment of present ABM Sys-
te ms proposals, and a morato-
rium on all MIRV experimenta-
tion and expenditure.
Rec mmendation of a five-
year moratorium on the "colos-
sal sums" spent on space pro-
grams.
........ I
COUNCIL RACE
NEARS END
With the approach of the
Primary election on Tues-
day, Nov. 4, the race for the
office of Miami Beach Mavor
and Miami Beach City Coun-
cil seats becomes ever more
heated. Vying for Council
are Bob Goodman. Jerome
Greene. Philip Chafetz, Jo-
seph Malek. Sam Gyson.
Mrs. Patt Daoud. Ben Gre-
nald. Charles Schieler. Max
Grant. Abraham Marcus.
Mai EnglMlfc Paul Seider-
ir.an. Gabnclle Nash, and
Herbert Magnes. Eliis Rubin .
s the sole opp6rVnt""or "n-
cumbent Mayor Jav Dermer
for the' Mayor's chair.
Run-off el. ctlon will take
place Films Showing At
Wometco Theatres
Dr. Strickler Joins Oholei Torah Staff
The hiring of Prof. John Strick-
ler as a permanent member of the
staff of Oholei Torah Day School
has be'en announce d by Me nashe
Hirsch, president of the educa-
tional institution. Dr. Strickler
will serve as an advisor and help
te plan the General Studies De-pt.
curriculum. In addition, he will be
working closely with the teachers
as they use newly-developed teach-
ing methods.
An associate professor of Educa-
tion at the University of Miami.
Dr. Strickler. who spent iast year
as chairman of Elementary Educa-
tion at the University of Alabama
in Birmingham, was a professor of
Elementary Education at Ball
State University before coming to
Miami in 1965. Currently a major
professor in U-M's TTT project, an
experimental teacher education
program, Dr. Strickler's experi-
. i.i i also includes teaching and
administration in Indiana pul lie
Book Review At Luncheon
So;.hie Primack will present a
revii w e>f Mario Puzo's book "The
G dfather" at the Women's Can-
cer League of Miami Beach lunch-
eon in the Louis Philippe Room of
the Fontainebleau Hotel Friday.
Nov. 14. Mrs. Carolyn Grossman
and Mis Lola Fenchel a:
charge e>f reservations.
Two new movies op this week
it local W >mctco the itres. 'C nil-
le 2000" stalls today at the May-
fair. Sunset and Normandy Thea-
tres, and "Yoi ng Billy Young" is
playing at Coral Way. 27th Ave-
nue North Dade and Davie Blvd.
Drive-Ins.
'Young Billy Young." starring
Robert Mitchum, Angle Dicken-
son and Robert Walker, Is a west-
ern high adventure.
Continuing their runs are
"Oliver" at Twin 1 and "Funny
Girl" at Twin 2.
DR. JOHN STRICKLER
He obtained his Master's
di en and his Ph.D. in Curricu-
lum from Ball State University,
Muncic, Ind.
The' PTA of Oholi i Torah. which
in the country with Its present
staff and educational facilities, ac-
cording to Mr. Hirsch, is planning
a number of open forums on edu-
cational topics in the near future'
fe at irins l )r. Strick
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,eonard Rosen Again Chairs Pacesetters Division
Leonard Rosen, former chair-
-an of the board of Gulf Ameri-
can Corp., has accepted the chair-
inanship of the Pacesetters Divi-
Ision for the Greater Miami Jewish
(Federation's 1970 Combined Jewish
IAppeal Israel Emergency Fund
I (CJA-IEF) campaign.
Rosen's acceptance was announc-
ed by Robert R ss*ll. general
chairman of the 1970 drive, who is
president of Russell Aluminum
Corp.. and chairman of its board.
Mr. Russell, who noted that this
wasthe third consecutive year that,
Mr. "Ros< n has held this rcSpon-
-.ble-''positi-n,-announced that MrJ
K -seii will b^nssftt <\*fo Sfte^ardj
Broad and Sidney Lof court, co-
i -.airmen of the Pacesetters Di-
\ don.
The Greater Miami Jewish
F '.nation is honore I ind privileg-
: t have three su 'h distinsruished
ders taking on the responsibility
the Pacesetters Division." sait
R i-sell. "I feel certain that with
sen, Broad an I Lefc >urt in top
I idershio positions, the Pac-
- tiers Division will come through
u th a tre^e-'Hou* increase for
the 1970 CJA-IEF campaign."
Russell stat<"l that the spirit of
1970 campaign wi'l b> unoarnl-
1 !,(! even c tmpared to the historic
tel Emergency Drive of 1959.
"If past history is any criterion.
who has been mayor of the Town
of Bay Harbor Islands since 1947,
is chairman of the American Sav-
ings and Loan Association of
Miami Beich. A founder of Mount
Sinai Hospital and a member of
its Board of Trustees, Broad also
serves as a past president and
honorary life president of Temp!''
Beth Shalom, He also is a life
trustee of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce.
Mr. Lefcourt. a partner in the
accounting firm of Laventhal.
Krekstein. Horwath & Horwath
is a past president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, a posi-
tion held for three consecutive
years. He is also a member of the
executive committee and board of
governors of the Federation and
has served as chairman of the
organization's Budget Committee.
Mr. Lefcourt is a past vice presi-
dent and biard member of Beth
David Congregation and serves on
the hoard of directors of the Joint
Distribution Committee. He is a
past trustee of Mount Sinai Hospit-
al and trustee of Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital.
LtONARD ROSEN
torn >row's community will differ
drastically from th it of today,"
RusseM stated. "But, whether th"
ch inge be slow, or dramatic, it is
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and its CJA-IEF campaign
that will play a vital role in effect-
ing this change. We shall continue
to be concerned with the aged
growing in numbers each year. We
shall continue to take into con-
sideration as we have in the
pastthe needs of our brethren
in this country, in Israel, and in
some .^"i other European, Asian.
and Africian nati.>:-.~
"This i- why it is so vital that
the 197 CJA-IEF campaign break
all existing records." Russell con-
cluded.
Mr. Rosen, chairman of the
Federation's Israel Emergency
Fund campaign during the Six-Day
War period in 1967, is a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. H> is president of
Temple Menorah, chairman of the
board of directors of the Hebrew
Academy, and is Deputy Chairman
of Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Broad, a prominent attorney.
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Friday. October 31, 1969
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
The Role Of The Jew In College Football
AFTER 100 YEARS of blocking, tackling, kicking, run-
ning and passing, it's time- to look back and examine
the rol<- of the Jew in college football. Jews have boon in
the span almost from its very beginning. Moses Henry
Epstein represented Columbia University in the third in-
tercollegiate game, played Nov. 12, 1870. Emil G. Hirsch,
CHlcago'8 fam.d Reform rabbi, played in the University of
Pennsylvania's first football game which pitted the seniors
against the three lower classes in 1871. Henry Joseph, a
Canadian Jew. was on the McGill side of the Harvard-
McGill contests in 1874. The "Glove King of America." Lu-
cius Littauer, joined Harvard in 1875, and also played i"
1-77 In 1881 he became Harvard's first football coach.
\ .n Hyneman, who was pan owner of the Philadelphia
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Phillies for many years, played football at Penn from
1887-88. Another Penn athlete was Sidney M. Cone. Sam
Jacobson, who later became a dentist, helped Syracuse
University form its first squad in 1889. Princetons first
paid athletic coach. Phil King, had previously won All-
America honors at both halfback and quarterback in 1890-
93 Three Taussig brothers John, Joseph and Charles
played for Cornell and Navy from 1893 to 1901. New York
Giants owner Andrew Freedman had introduced big-time
football to New York City as 1894-93 manager of Man-
hattan Field. Ferd Kaufman was on Georgia Tech's team
in 189.'!. and Jacob Rosonthal represented Notre Dame in
1894-96. Kivd Lowenthal earned All-Western and All-
America honorable mention at center for University of
, I ... "
By CARL ALPERT
Illinois in 1901 before becoming a Chicago attorney. At-
lanta lawyer Harold Hirsch played for the University of
Georgia and Benjamin L. Rosenbloom, who later served in
Congress, was a 1900-01 tackle for the University of West
Virginia. A standout of the 1903 season was Nathan Silver
of Notre Dame. Alfred A. Strauss, who became a Chicago
surgeon, was a 1902-03 halflmck for the University of
Washington's Huskies. Israel Levene was a third team
Walter Camp All-America end in 1905-08. and served as
head coach at the University of Tennessee 1907-09. John
Nathan Levinc was another Ivy Leaguer who become ,
head coach in the South alter his playing days were ovi i
ai Yale.
Egypt Ponders Desperate Move
ISRAEL'S military leaders today
arc iouslj facing up to the
i. i langer thai Egypt may se: k
o use th lightning tactics seen in
h Six-Day War to deliver a dif-
ercnl sort oi surprise a nuclear,
i logical oi chemical warfare (or
I ombination ol all three! strike
against Israel.
The possibility is not so remote. Driven to des-
peration, they may be reads to make recourse to
unconventional weapons. Their use of poison gas
against remote Yemenite villages was amply docu-
Generation In Revolt By Harold Goldberg
Textbook Hatred
tarni \ ISRAELI authorities discovered vicious
anti-Jewish, anti-Israel material in Arab text-
books alter the Six-Day War, they banned them in
.hi effort to eliminate the sources of hatred fed to
young Arab minds in large doses. For example, the
first year junior high school grammar book bearing
the seal of the Egyptian Education Ministry with
The Arabs do not tion of Israel" as an exercise, and a Jordanian his-
tory lKK>k for third year high school pupils which
declared, "The Jews in Europe were peisecuted and
despised because of their corruption, meanness and
treachery." The notorious anti-Semitic forgery, the
Protocols of the Elders of Zion, were cited in one
Egyptian book entitled "The Palestinian Problem."
Another book on "Islamic Teaching." published by
Syrian authorities, contains the following passage:
"The Jews always and everywhere dislike people
living in peace, since their rule and domination over
others depends on the existence of anarchy, division
and contention."
When Israel complained to UNESCO after the
1967 war, the organization established a commission
of outside educational experts- an American, a Turk
and a Frenchman which examined 127 books used
in the UNE8CO-UNRWA schools, submitted by Jor-
dan. Egypt and Lebanon. (Syria refused to co-
operate on the grounds that her national sovereign-
ty was infringed.) The commission, which took as
its basic guidelines the ethical ideals embodied in
the UNEOCS Constitution and the U.N.'s Universal
Declaration of Human Rights, explicitly avoided
"adopting a position on the basic problem of Arab-
Israeli relations," and recommended that 48 of the
books be retained, 14 in- withdrawn and t>5 used
aft< r modification,
Th- commission's final report, submitted last
February, noted thai the Israeli-Arab conflict holds
a central placi in some of these textbooks. "It is
more or less implicit in almost all of them." the ex-
perts said, and some passages were found "in which
ihere is more or less an oj-:i call to violence." It
said further that "liar, ehr.it, usurer, idiot terms
applied to .lews and part of the deplorable lan-
guage <>J international anti-Semitism cannot be
toll rated." and asked for Withdrawal of the books
"more concerned with political indoctrination or
militant activism than with teaching."
As the current school year approached, UNESCO
director general Rene Mabeil began consulting with
the Arab governments and they agreed to with-
draw some ol the offensive texts. Acting on a board
resolution, he asked Israel to permit the use of
commission-approved books, and it is expected that
permission will be forthcoming in due time.
men ted by eye-w itness correspondents ol the London
Observer and Daily Telegraph in 1963. and were
apparently intended as practice in the use. control
and effects of gas under mill tar) field conditions.
And Egyptian preparation along this line was dis-
covered at Egyptian bases in th-- Sinai desert after
the Six-Day War. Furthermore, no special skill is
required to manufacture poison gases.
What is the Egyptian atomii potential? Obvious-
ly Cairo has neither skill nor resources to make
nuclear bombs, and it is doubtful il Russia would
provide its unstable protege with nuclear arms, But
China, seeking t" extend it- area of Influnci would
not be squeamish in that regard. It should be re-
membered, loo, th it nuclear weapons do not have
to be atomic bombs. A conventional weapon could
carry a payload of radioactive material straight into
heavily populated areas where it could do enormous
harm to persons exposed to it, and that kind of
weapon does not cost a great deal of money.
Biological warfare the loosing of virulent mi-
crobes in the air of large cities, causing plagues and
epidemics of terrible proportions has been discuss-
ed In the news this year. Net long ago. Egypt's
Foreign Minister said the next round with Israel
would be a chemical and biological war. and soon
afterwards. Gen. Mahmoud Fawzi declared the next
war would be a scientific one. We have learned not
to take everything the Egyptians say at face value,
but we do not close our eyes and ears to broad hints.
Tin- former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Com-
mission, Prof. E. D. Bergman, says: "In such mat-
ters we hope for the best but prepare lor the
worst."
It is believed the only thing which has prevented
the execution thus far of such a program is Egypt's
knowledge tlvit any use of poison gas. bacterial con-
tamination or radioactive weapons on the Israel
front would result in instantaneous Israeli reprisal
against every major Egyptian city, an action that
would devastate thai country thoroughly. The very-
thought should serve as a deterrent to Egypt's mili-
tary adventurersbut we must remember that in
the Middle East, things don't always happen accord-
ing to logic or reason.
.......
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Steel And Iron
Tilt: OLDER brother of I
Bus he\ is Singer, u ho is i
one of the leading literati on th-
American scene and widelj read
in Yiddish a.s well as in transl -
lions, I. .' Sin ;er, who di in
1941. was the author of "Broth
Ashkenazi" and many excel li m
short stories In Yiddish.
When Isaac Bashevis Singer's "The Familj '
kat" was published in 1930, he dedicated it to his
sed old i brother who was, he said, a "mod
high morality and literary honestj who h id all
the great qualities ol our pious ancestors."
Steel and Iron iFunk and WagnalK $6.95) M
is alleged lo have been written by 1. J. Singer and
translated from the Yiddish by his son. Joseph Sing-
er, is no credit to the high morality of 1. J. Singer
or the great qualities of Ins pious ancestors, how-
ever. In fact no mention of the title of the book in
Yiddish or any other information about it is given
in the blurb on the jacket.
The poorly told story concerns Benjamin Lerner,
a young Jewish soldier in the Russian Army. The
scenes are set in Poland and Russia about 1915, and
there are enough four-letter obscene words to satis-
fy the set kers of the lurid. One cannot avoid think-
ing the publication a tawdry' attempt to capitalize
on the Singer reputation 25 years after his death.
If I were I. J. Singer's son. and respected my
father's memory. I would have lieeded Shakespear's
adage, "The evil that men do lives after them, the
good is oft interred with their bones."
Simon Weisenthal. one of the illustrious hunters
of Na/i war criminals, has written a monogra|h.
entitled Anti-Jewish Agitation in Poland, which was
published In English in Germany. The documentary
report reveals that the pre-war fascists and Nazi
collaborators are united in action with the anti-
Semites from the ranks of the Polish Conununist
Party. A large part of the Polish press have articles
against Jews and Judaism, but the word "Jew" sel-
dom appears it Is camouflaged under the term
"Zionist." The author lists the names of the leading
anti-Semites in the Communist Party of Poland.
and includes their aliases and a short biographical
sketch on each.
As We Were Saving: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Jewish Voting In Recent Elections
A CAUTIOI'S Jewish communi-
ty relations agency once ded-
icated to the proposition that there
is no such thing as a "Jewish vote"
in America has now produced a
study unabashedly titled "Jewish
Voting in Recent Elections." So it
seems fair to conclude that we can
talk freely and pointedly about the
ethnic factors in big city elections, And it might be
profitable to see what's happening to the Jewish
, ote.
In his indispensable book 'The Political Behavior
of the American Jew," a decade or so ago,: Prof
Lawrence Fuchs of Brandeis proved conclusively
that American Jews are strongly inclined to vptc on
issues rather than in favor of personalities. Immi-
grant Jews vted for Republican candidates tor
President in the lute 19th and early 20th centuries
before the phantom of totalitarianism arose and be-
fore Wood row Wilson championed the rights of
small nations. Nine out of every ten American! Jew-
ish voters picked Franklin Delano Roosevelt ia 1940
and 1944. In 194S. Jews voted overwhelmingly for
Harry Truman. Even when war hero Dwight D
Eisenhower squared off against Adlai Stevenson in
1952, Jtws voted 75'; for Stevenson.
But the city issues today are overwhelming law-
and-order issues. Jews in Queens and Brooklyn wan'
safety In the streets. And City Controller Mario
Anthony Procaccino, holder of the Democratic nom-
ination for Mayor of New York City, and State Sen-
ator John Joseph March, the conservative Republi-
can who defeated John V, Lindsay in the primary,
have both promised them that safety. (Mow they
can produce it if elected is another question.1
Joseph Alsop has declared that the heavy vote
for conservative candidates in Los Angeles nnd Min-
neapolis and New York proves that "politically.
WASP-Jewish liberalism is clearly in a very bad
way in America at the moment." Yesterday's liber-
alism is a cOBpse in Joe AIsop's morgue.
Many Jews will vote their fears.
And George Wallace will be laughing in his
Alabama borsch.


riday, October 31, 1969
vJenisfi floridian
Page 15-"A
LECA1 NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17149
JUDGE FRIEDMAN
'iH'ST K. (HID) BROWN, as
Mmintstrator of the Estate of
tally* Brock,
plaintiff,
vs.
HtEKT WIOCK, individually
nd a* Executor of the Estate of
?ORMAN BROCK; l;EKA. BROCK;
nd MARIAN SMITH THIMI.N,,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
, ROBERT BROCK.
individually and as Executor
of the Estate of Norman
llrock, 31 Larkspur, Belleville,
Illinois, bee A. Uro.'k, Clayton
Avenue, Si. Louis, Missouri.
Marian Smith Thumin, 733!)
l.indell, St. I/Mlis. Misaouri.
Vi.l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
hi notion for Declaratory Judgment
Mi,- been filed apainsl you and you
are rt-ouiri-d to HerVe a copy of your
written defenses, if any. t< it on
UHATTY and iM'lti'H. Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 1008 Seybold Building, Miami.
Fli.ru'..i on or before Dec. Sth, 1969
and file the original with the Clerk
oi" ilo- above styled Court; otherwise
u judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
'omplulnt.
IU-al and personal property Involv-
ed in the Complain) are as follows:
i.,.t .'> of Myers Subdivision, per
Phil Book 67, page 118, Public
i:. ordi of Dade < bounty, Florida,
First Mortgage and Note on Lot
I.",, Block ::-.\. First Amended
PI of Dr. Burkhart'a Winter
., den per Plat Book 5, pagi
,.f the Public Rt.....t.Is of bade
County, Florida.
South 13 feel of Bast 90 feel of
' leas East IS feet; North 8
of East '."i I. -t of Lot :,
feet, Si uth 13 feel of r
"i Lol 3, less K.i-1 _'ii feet,
hi Ing in Bloi l. ".. of Little
Itiver i lardens per Plal Bo<
!.". of Ho- Public Kecords "i
; County, b'lorida.
i.'-' 4 of Myers Subdivision per
I'lat Book 67, page 113 of the
I'ulilli Records ol Dade County,
i-lorlda.
\ -I.- and Mortgage on Lot ::.
. ;incl thi Easl I" i. I !
4, Block of Norrls Park,
I'lal Book 4, pagi 136 ol thi I' .
: .;.:-. ,.i I. i :.- i lunty, PI
s, tings Certificate In the amount
M,lil)0.00 in the 1 lade Pi di r.il
Savings & Loan Association,
Miami, Florida.
i I'nll Apartment, 6662 Chamber-
n, st. I ouih. Milv'iuri,
i' ida Auti m i
.1 Fncomi Fund Cerlifii li
thi I '.oli Fi 'i- ral s.i\ ings &
l i. ,\- so. iallon and CI me
Ba\ higs & I oan Associa-
tion of Miami and Miami Head),
Flu Ida,
S ivings accounts In the Dnde
i' deral Savings ft I."an Assncia-
>i. and Chase Federal Savings
I.,. i7i Asm., iatlon "I Miami and
Mlinn Beach, Florida.
\ iy other real or personal pro-
perty of GLADYS BROCK or
VORMAN BROCK.
i ... .I this Li-i day ,.f i tober,
a n LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of the Court
by: M I-: Bi iNSTEIN
As 11. putj i 'I. ik
10/24-11 II 7-14
IEGAI NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85125
In RE: Estate of
HELEN AMLYN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands A*rainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agninst
the estate of HELEN AMLYN de-
ceased late of Dade Countv, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and fib the same in duplicate and as
provided In flection 733.16, Florida
Statute-. iM their offices in the i'ounty
Courthouse in l>nde Countv, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time oi the first publication hereof,
or the snie will he barred.
Dale,! at Miami, Florida, this 25th
day of October, ad 1969
ZBV W. KOCAN
First publication of this notice on
111,- loth day of October. 1969
OATDIN. ItOTHENBERCT
Ki (OAN. KORENBLVM
ti. lii ITHBNBBRQ
by: ZEV \\ Ki K3AN
Aiturnevs for
y.r.v VV KOGAN
4l-i> Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach, Fla.
in 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-4004
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
II VDVS MARINA I >IA5.
i iff,
vs.
K I1AZ,
I .i- nd.iat
' HE DI A/.
VRE !EIIV NOTIFIED
a.. .... tlon fen I... i has i en
:. i you i nd s --it are t -
erve n cop> ..f your wi n len
If ai 1 on Al l IEH r
..- K i for Pit
Ulum Plot. Is i in .. i
Inal will Ihi clerl of the
i tyled ourl on or bi ore
-. othi i i~.- ti Judge -
- ... ,i against you for
reliel rtem tided In the complain)
..-i
il be published once
k for four i onsi i utive weeks
HE JEWISH PLOKIDTAX.
s'ESS m> hi nd ami the seal
' courl a I ,\1 lami. Florida mi
. day ol i '. til. i. 1969
E, i: 1 EATHERMAN,
\- iMerit, Cln nit Court
I lade County, Florida
By: MAROl'BKITE KENT
As I leput) 'li rk
' Hit I ". .nil >,.,,! l
ALBERT WILENSKY. ESQUIRE
VV Flagler Bin el
Miami. Florida : 3130
377-3645
10/24-31 II 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 69.16443
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EILEEN MARY III'KLBIH.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAYMl 'ND Ht'ELBIG,
Deefndanl
TO: MR RAYMOND lUl'l.THO
:.v Twifth street
Hob '.. n, New J. r y
You R v VMOND HCELHIO, are here-
bj tlfied thai n Bill -f Complaint
for Dlvorci has been filed ni
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer .a Pleading to
the Hill ol Ci mplulnt on the Plaintiff's
5 MH ALBERT WILENSKY
fl I' a> Bu -.1: g, 19 West
- Mil mi, Plot kin and file the
original Am v or I"- ndii g In the
office ol Clerk of the > "In uil
Court "a or before the 17th day of
November 1969 If you fall lo do so,
Judgment by default "ill he taken
against you f.-i- the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint,
This notlei shall be published once
i ach k :' four mini uth i wei h -
In THE .) EW ISH I'l.i lltll .1 \X
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. 'Ins 3rd day of October A I'
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Clrcuil Court, Dade Count: Florida
By: M i: Hi INSTEIN
l leputy i Ilcrk
(Oil uit Court Seal .
AI.HBRT WILENSKY
M-lls Biwayne Building
Miami Florida
i" in -it i -i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under thi- fictitious name <(
GENEVA APARTMENTS al 37no Palm
I Avenue and ::7 West ::7 Street, Hla-
leah, Florida Intend lo register d
name with the Clerk of the Clrcuil
Court .-: Dade County, Florida,
CHEV1 HERBST
HARRY FEIQER
Bill >AP AND CAS8EL
Attornej for
i '!l BVI HERBST and
HARRY FEIGER
130 I I! .ni
M anil Ui ach, Florida
M li ::
DAyNU
BY HENRY LEONARD
-j M n 1 1 rriT
. if only there was a Doctor to remove
the callouses from our souls!"
Copr 1968, Dsytnu Productions
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17516
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOLORES PADRON,
I'll mil It",
vs.
AimI FO PADRON,
I.. fendnnt.
TO: AIM 'I FO PADRi >N
Residence unknnv n
Vou, ai 'i.l-'1' PA I 'i:1 iN in hi n -
. il thai Bill of i omplatnt
for Divorce has been filed ngalnst
you and you are n riulred lo nerve a
ropy of your Answer or Plead ng to
thi Bill of i 'nmplaint "ii the Pin
riu-y. YON ZAMFT \- smith.
l.Mj Capital Bank BldR .
Florida 331S2 and file il.....riginal
or l"...iilini; in the office ol
thi Cli rl "i ilo i-uii i 'ourt on or
before tin- 28th day ol November,
IHilli II "ii '.. II i" do bo, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
fin reliel demanded in the BUI
i.i Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ronsecutivi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, tins 2lsl daj t I ictober A 11
1969,
E n LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj C P "i d'l'.l.A \l i
p.-puty Clerk
(Circuit ''our' Seal i
Yi i\ ZAMI'T SMITH
1512 Capital Hank Bldg,
Miami, Florida 33132
Attorney s for Plaintiff
IO/24-J1 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREin HI YEN thai
the undersigned, deslrins to engage i-i
liuslnesi under the fictitious nami of
COBNEI.L WI) LANZA at 120]
Urli kell Avenui Miami. Florida In-
tend i" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dudi
County. Florida.
CORNELL \ND I \NZ \. P A
EltBi >L S I'' iRNELL, Presidi
| IEI IRI IE V I A N/ \. Si n lury
KI KT VYBLLISCH
Ai tomi > for
CORNELL AND LANZA, P.A.
: |i7 Almerla A\ et ui
Coral flahles, Florida I
i" l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under the fictitious name
HIST BRITCHES at 3.15 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, Florida Intenda
I" register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit I'ourt "I Hade i'ounty.
FI.....la
I'MKMl.YS, INC., a Florida
corporation
SAMI'BL BTBEN
\i lorney for
FCRMLY'S INC
P.O Bos 1814, Coral fJablea, Fla.
lfl/L'4-31 II 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CH-Cl. IT COURT OF THE
ELLVE.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLO' IDA IN' AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
No 69-16434
SI IT FOR DIVORCE
M \U' KAY i iUEATHi H'SE,
Pis
I" IN \ i.l i ,H HN IRE.VTIK H'SE,
I fenihuil
TO: DONA1 D JOHN fiREATHOl'SE
Ke> stoni Village Tralli r Park
23i st- South Keystone Way
Moui i "inn us. Mlchign i
., Ll INAI I' JOHN ORE VT
Hi m SB, an hi n bj noi Ifii d ihn
Bill of Complalnl for Divorce ha
l.....n fl! -I against you, and you
required t-. serve .. copy of your
Answer ..i Pleading t" the Bill of
Complalnl ."i the Plaintiff's attorney,
1'All. KWITNEY. 430 IJncoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 83139 and fill
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 14th day of
November, 1969, If you fail to do so,
judgmerit by default will be taken
against you for the reltef demanded
in the lull of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
e.-n-h week for fmir consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/MUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of October, ad
i H.
]: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
in-: .1 C SMITH
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil O urt Seal)
1'All. KWITNEY
4.'" Lincoln Road
A t lorney for Plaintiff
Miami Beach. Fla.
Hi in -17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEN that
ihe ui lo engage
In business under the flctitimi!
V I. DES1I IN ASS" H I AI'IS til
Cadiz \ \. ii- rnl iubles,
-. m!s in !. i
I 'i '..in I
I li
.1 \ : ,TD. INC.
.. l:i:l.'i T,
preside:
i. \US IN a
V|iplicalit
;; X. reiim
i- lorida
HI 10 17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< T1CE IS HEREBY f!I> EN thai
| undersigned
under the f let it iou
(HLKBHT B SNYDER, M.D : OIL-
:.i..i, B. SNYDER, M P -v ';
\ V\ Mil St., Ml ml, Fit
Intends t" reglstei said
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade
County, Florida
C.IHBRT B SNYDER, M D..
PROFESSIONAL ASSOC1 vTION
SPARBER AND ID 'SKIN P A.
Attornej s for Applicant
'mi Blsca! ne Bll '1
Miami. Fla 33132 ,,
lii In I7-1M 31
-17-24-31
1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85182
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM A Roll KB VII.
Dei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Againsl
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
in present .m* claims and demands
which v "it may have againsl tin es
late of WILLIAM A ROHRBACH
th'censed lati of Dade *.-ui,iy. Florida,
in Ihe i'ounty Judges of Dad. County,
ami file the sain,- in duplicate a id
as provided in Section 7:: !'.. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dad*- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime "i the first publication hereof,
or thi same u ill be barred
Dim .1 al M lami, Florida, this 6th
day of i Ictobel A D. 1969,
i:i"rii .- nniiRBACH
As Executrix
First publii alum i-r mis not -. ..n
thi i"iii day ol i ,..!.. r, 19t -
K I'AII. BEATTY
\i lorm v for Bxeculi \
Si bold I llllft
M iaml, Florida
;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85418
In RE: Estate "I
GLADYS BROCK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsl Buid
Estate.
You are hereby notified and rcqu -
ed to present any claims and ileman '-
which you may have agarael t>......
tan- of GLADYS BROCK decea* I
late of Dad,- County, Florida, to Ihe
County Judges of Dade County, a d
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florid.. Statu-
tes, in their office.- in ihe County
Courthouse in Dad,- County, Florida,.
within six cah-ndar months from Ihe
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated tit Miami. Florida, this IS
day of October, ad. 1969.
AUGUST I-:. (BCD) DROWN
As Executor
First publication of this notice "*
the lTili day Of October. 1*69.
i BEATTY fc hCRCH
attorney for Administrator
1003 Seybold Bldg.,
! Miami, Fla.
I !7-^4-:'.l II r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85299
In BE: Estate of
Al IA i IRINTHAL,
I leceasi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II
ing Claims or Demands Againsl S
Estati
You an herebj notified and n i|U -
, .1 to pri si m an> claims and .. mu
which you mil} have againsl tin
late of Al IA IRINTHAL -' > '
late ol Dade I 'ounty, Florida, lo I
Count} Judgi .. 1 lade < '-.u I
file the same in duplicate and as i"
\ i,led in Seel II Pint e -
t. s. in their ol flci 111 the "ou
i 'ourthou e It I 'aili I "ounl y, Floi
ndar months from I
mie of tin first publication hi i
. barred,
Dated a I M 'lorida, tl
day ui i ii lobi i- A.D : "
M' ISES .1 GRI'NDWERtl
A- Vdminlstratot C.T A
First publication of (his n*d -
Ihe 17th da} ol Ocb her, 1909
SIMON, MAI'S .v HBl'NDWEKG
Attoi ne; for K-1 li
III \ nisi. \ Bulb
M Intnl. Fl' irlda 1
in 17-24-31 11 "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84917
In RK Estate "1
FRANCES ISA BELLE T< 'Ml. IN S> '
D. used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri-diior- a il All Pi rsons II -
hie Clnlt Den Againsl s
Estate
'i ..ii are herebj ed and i
fed to present uny claims and ileimi
which imi niai havi againsl Ihe
late of FRANCES IS VBEI LE TOJ
I.IN'Si in .I.. ased lati "f I 'ade i 'ou
Florida, In thi I 'oui IJ ludgi
'County, and file the satin- in iluplica
and as pro\ ni. il III Si
Florida Statuti -. In Ihelr ol rices -
the 'nunt} I 'ourlhouse in 1 lade I u
i>, Florida, within six cnlemlar mont
from ill. lime "i Ihe firsl publii
herenl oi the nme n ill be bfl rred
m m l-'i-'i Ida. this n
da} ni i'. A D V9B9
r m TO.MLINSON
\ Vdminisiratnr
Flrsi publica lion of this notici
, ihe 17th daj .i l tober, 19G9.
1 i: r.lM'i: A LEN AN I lER
Attorm i for
C M TOMI.1NSON
-. w si Miami Fla
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS riAME LAW
No in'at is HEREBY OTVT9N thai
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undr the fictitious name Of
LJWRD APPLIANCE FTNANCB al
W inth St., Hlaleah, Pla, Intends
rugmti-r said name with the Clerk
|"f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
I Florida.
JUAN AMADOU M ARTEL!.
10/34-31 11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hie undersigned, di airing to engagtrm
I business under the fictitious names of
HOWARD WHIN STOCK. 1). O.i
HOWARD WBINSTOCK, D <', P, A
ai Mill N V) I9ta Ave North Miami
Beach, Fls 111(1 intends to registei
said names uitii the Clerk of the Cir-
I cult Court of l>ade County. Florida.
HOWARD IV'HINSTOCK, D. < .
1 : (FUdSK >N AI. ASS* x '1ATION
1 SI'AKIIIK AND KilSKIN P.A,
Atturneys for Applicant
100 Ulsiavnr. Blvd.
Miami, Florida 331M
1* 14-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85251 (Dowhng)
fn RK: Estate ..f
l-llll If S ECKSTEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Ha\ -
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present anj Claims and de-
ma mis uhi.h you may have against
the estate of PHIMF S ECKSTEIN,
deceased late of Dad.- County, I lorida,
to the County .Indues of Dade County,
and file the same In dUpUcatS and as
,,,,,, ;,i,i in s. 1, Florida
Statutes, In theh offices in the County
Courthouse In Dole County, riorlda,
wiWnn six calendai months from the
Him of ihe first publication hereof,
r the same s 111 bi hai red
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -''!
tlx v oi October. A D
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slate at Philip S Eckstein, Dec'd.
MEIMAX AND I' VIST P A
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Attorney* for Adinlnistrstrix
1140 S. W I si Street
Miami, Florida
10 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
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I deslrlnn -
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of v ,v M AIR CONDITIONING
SERVIi 'E al R49 s v\'. 1st Street,
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with the Clerk of thi Circuit Courl
of Dad. County, Florida
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in husiui -- under Ihi flctll u
of villa I.ris.\ ., i iceun Drive,
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Florida.
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Bj JAMES VV I'H KI I'n -aiiiii
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Attorneys for
.H ISEPH RAFFABLA CORP.
MO Fifth Street,
Miami Beach, Florida
10/24-81 'I 7 14
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the undersigned, desffcing to engajec
ia huslusss under ilo- fletltiouvi nnme
PI ORIDA DENTAL LABORATORY
ji .in s \\ istii Ave., Miami, Fla
Intends to register said name with
ihe i"ierfc of !h' Ctreull Court of
Dade County, Floalda
VALENTIN SERRANO
1300 S XV Kth Terrace
Miami. Florida
1C, l-17-J4-al
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'Oewish Floridian
Flo da Pridcv C'"ober 3!, 1969
Ssction B
Labor Party Retains Control
i
IV. -
. Special Report
.;- ii '8 Unity I .
ias apparent! n
- its i hort of an absolut
Israi I'a a vcnth par-
ry elections. Indications
at thi pi i tnier will hav
.....': i< taining i itj
: ati n.
- oi lerrorisl thi ats,
An s alik< wi nt t i
- in far greater numbers
had been anticipated. More
i the electorate
,: it to vote in what was a
ly d .1! cent' st. The Meir
]:t:t.n garnered 58 Kn< ss t
a:< t:i-- right-wing opposition
Par! appeared I have
in I 27, i the other 35
;.;- w r i Ividi d am .ng the
is small* r parti -
Mrs. M uiesu i
: : MinisterM -.. Daj i
mil i v. :a! Alton
. oec-n in an unofficial con-
st foi support in which the
ii ::i< r Israel's Chief of Staff's
sitiu ... k ars to have bi en
rengthened by thi fact that
Gahal. while technically op-
sed to him, shares his views
thi dispostion of the Arab
rritorics o^c-ipicd by Israel in
Six-Day War.
Is a. li authoriti- s took strin-
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id th
re closed 1
trcfi oth dirrctio
rid fire-prool
' : installed in
an as. Mobil
booths wei .
diere in thi fn ni lim and
w en gin votl
day early as a precautionary
i- Thi 11< ction proci
without incident, however, ex-
' : : -.ait .; ti chni< al dif-
. .-.
Within inut s aft r th I
'. the [sn :i Air
Fcrc Ij urn hed i fou sti ike
ti isl m my posil ions in 12
Stt Lfo i insl gui rrilla
I ;;s s i-: Jordan and Egyptian
I tteries toss the Suez Canal
met only moderate opposition,
D fi ns Ministry spokesm. n de-
i Ian d.
In Lebanon, meanwhile, a near
in.- was in i ffi it between
: nment forces and Pali stin-
i n ti i rot iit.;. as the h>ad of the
I.i I anese army flew to Cairo to
negotiate with United Arab Re-
public leader Gamal Abdel Nas-
s. i. Egypt's president.
Parents* Magazine Honors BBYO Groups
Fcr th( thii cutivi year L'iysiums. The latter chapter is a
thi B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza- dinner for the second year.
honored
hy Pi tnts im ir t-
stan. : .. ; the ex mn mil.-.
i \ th -; s Miami an,: ;.
.:-: thing th. Youth G:
vhi vemenl Awards sponsored by
Parents Magazine to encc
arid givi n i. :-:.i::on to young ; i -
,le in i ublic si rvice were ... iliat
with BBYO.
Miami BBYO chapters honored
"i AZA's Ro ;.i Palm, J. I
Zodiac, and Bl G'e Tri-Shana i
Presidi nts of the w:nning groups
: th" award yi ar were Rich-
ard Newman, AZA-Royal Palm;
Linda Kl inberg, BBG-Tri-Shana,
and Julie Reiner. BBG-Elysiums.
JFCS Board Plans
Saturday Retreat
The United Fund theme of
ching out" will be put to
leal i -i by thi board ol
direi tors ol Ji wish Family and
Children's Service on Saturday,
Nov. 8, Walti r Falk, pn sidenl
of the JFCS, has announced.
Board m n ;i rs and officers
gather at the !> iponl PI
Hoti I al 9 a m. that d y to par-
ti ate in a Retn at,
the day in total immi r .
t i .i ii v. di: lo] ue and i i
discussion on today's probl
and the mi thods by whi< h JFCS
can n at h out to mi i I thi n
nt the community during the
coming year.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, of which Leon P.
Fisher is executive director, is
thought to be the first Dade
County family and child care
agi ncy to use this approach.
Problems with families, child
care, foster h me placement and
adoption are dealt with by this
United Fund and Jewish Federa-
tion supported agency, which
will soon mark its 50th anniver-
sary.
JFCS has three offices in the
community. Branch offices are
located in North Miami Beach
and Miami Bi ach; the main of-
fice is at 1790 S\V 27th Ave.
BEN-GURION FAVORS
TERRITORIES' RETURN
i ARIS IJTA1 Is,a
!" mi r Prime Ministi r, I i
n-Gi i ion, has said
favors i turn of all thi
iries i" c ipii d in t h

Ji na id tin I,
: >t! SSill > Hi; '
was ip. akin r as a pi i\ al
lual. Mr. I Id I
nore impoi tat t
I holi ling onto o< c
ten i
flu i .-; ar-ol 1 1st
i tat sman, v ho was a
"i Franc 's l lited .1 v Ish
I, ad Iras d its c -
essiot i I expn ssed dis-
appointment that he w. d
riot be able to meet with
former President Charli
Gaulle, who had replied t a
letter from Bi n-Gui ion
ing for a meeting thai
Ii aving office he do< s nol n -
Cl ive political visitors.
Bi n-Gui ion ni vertheless .-
pn ss d admiration for tl
g< n. ral "who saved Franc .'

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Dr. Lehrman To Receive JIM-Malben Given Honor By GoldaMeir
Medallion For Service
The Israel Prime Minister's Me-
dallion will be conferred upon Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
( rnple Emanu-El and chairman
of the board of governors ol the
Israel Bond Organization, at the
annual Temple Emanu-El Israel
] i of State in the temple's
G and Ballroom Sunday evening.
I)H. IKVINti LEHRMAN
Nov. 16. Dr. Lehrr.ian has been
named to receive the award in
recognition of his "service in the
cause of Israel's development."
One of the founders of the Is-
rael Bond Organization in South
Florida. Dr. Lehrman has served
in its leadership since the first
days of the drive, helping to estab-
lish Israel's economic security
through State of Israel Bonds. He
will receive the last of the medal-
lions designed and struck by the
Israel government in behalf of the
late Prime Minister and presented
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to selected American leaders for
their efforts in behalf of Israel.
The tenth generation of his fam-
ily to pursue the Rabbit.at.- in an
unbroken chain. Dr. Lehrman. who
has been the spiritual leader of
Tcnclo Emanu-El since 1943, lias
given leadership to many fac* is of
communal life, bringing him na-
tional and international recogni-
tioi a vice presidi nl of the -
gogue Council of America, he is a
ii. mber of the Rabbit ic Cabinet
and tin Board ol Rabl inic Visitors
9i wTsfl TRi ol >gii al S
: of A ri H serves as na-
i man ol thi I"
ppi al's i: ibbinical Ad^ is >ry

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Pres
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- Ri | Ion
president Ass
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Jewish Federal is chairman
of the National Confi
Christians and Jews' Die
Committee, a member of the State
Committee on Comparative Re-
ligions and the Bible, the hoard of
United Fund, and the Interna-
tional Synagogue's board of di-
rt ctors.
A trustee of the Encyclopaedia
Judaiea Research Foundation, a
member of the Mayor's Ad Hoc
Committee, the Citizens Housing
Foundation board of directors and
the board of American Red Cross.
Dr. Lehrman. son of the late Abra-
ham Lehrman who served as Rabbi
of the Glory of Israel Hebrew In-
stitute in New York for 20 years,
and grandson of the famous Chas-
sidic Rabbi affectionately known
as "Brocket' Rebbe." w as recently
appointed to UNESCO.
Samuel Friedland, ch I
the board of Temple Emanu-El,
will be honorary chairman of the
Temple Emanu-El Israel Dinner
of State. Dinner chairmen will be
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A Levy. Mr
and Mrs. Sol Goldstein will n
as chairmen cf Patrons
Effect Of Violence
Conference Topic
"Via in our Society and
' 1 Youth" was
weck at
. institut
tl Conl
Christians
Shore h.
tl which was ted ry Dr
mes Eagan. \1
of youth ties
N'.C.i J ... sent to I
House, for t
' e.
Prime Minister Golda Meir pre-
sented JDC Malben, the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's health and
u, Ifare program on b half ol agi d
n. wcomers to Israel, with a "Scroll
of Honor" on the organizations
20th anniv< rsary recently.
The award was presented to JDC
chairman Louis Broido at the eon-
eluding dinner of the CJA's 15th
annual studv mission at the Hilton
Hotel in T< I Aviv. The bulk of
IDC's fui :- .tie received from the
annual I'JA fund-raising drives in
tlie United Stati s,
jfoti "i thi cri
by which a di c< nl socii ty can be
judgi i is its cat
|y ill and handica
Mrs Meir l< cl in d I tl
I noi l its
.'In' >
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in Is
JDC relic Israi I
if a t lous socia
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bility for I
needs ol
igi ints
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a nl decision { i accel rate its
;rams for ilation.
: ly in the are i f handi-
capped children, the aged and thi
chronically ill. "I cannot imagine a
contribution to Isra< l that is great-
er, that is more human, that has
heljvd more to create us aid to
1 form us into a decent society than
the JIX" MaH" I :"" rams," Mr*.
Meir stati d.
In accepting the award, Mr.
Broido assur. the Prim. Minister
that JDC would continue to impie-
rams designed to allevi-
Bt( some of Israel's tnosl pressing
health and social problems Bj
doing so," he said, "the JDC is con-
tinuing to fulfill the mission it as-
sumed in 191! which is to provide
health, welfare and rehabilitation
services to every Jew in need ol

The inscription on the
Mrs. Meir present. ii |0 \i,. |
M ails:
The people of Nm, i proU(llv
award this scroll in j;,(
Malben, American Joint Dis.
tribution services in |
recognition of the histori
services rendered in th
of health, welfare and educa.
tion during the past ^
decades and lor thi vital
important progi
under way.
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Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer (second from left) receives
the State of Israel Medal of the Histadrut, Israel's general
federation of labor, from Dr. Michael Sossin, preside:.- c:
the South Florida Council of the Israel Histadrut Comrr.ree
Also present are Judge Herbert S. Shapiro (left), cocha:rr.c-.
of the Council's iegal committee, and Edward Tumcrofi.
executive director of the Histadrut in Florida.
Book Fair And Sale At YM-YWHA Marks
Beginning Of Jewish Book Month Sunday
Jewish Book Month. Nov. ."> t>
Di c "-. will !> ci li brat. I by the
YM-YWHA ol Great) r Mian-/ B5"
SW Bth Si Sunda> with a 2:00
to 5:00 p.m. Book Fair and Sale.
On display will be an i xhibit of
illuminations done by the fa
u tist-il itor Sol Node). Illu-
minati .-. k I to
st art in this I ic agi is a
skillful eml : ttering
text with inti. I li sigi I tii
trations e> I I
silver. Thi V : Gallery will
a'so have on disolay an e.xhil it of
gra
. om i la!', ry 003 mrtesy ol
Frank Smik, Jr.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth Druid
Congregation, will review his own
book, "Bridging Two Worlds," a!
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, in
i r Ji w ish Bi ik Month ac-
tivity at the Y'
A s ries of lecture-discussions
undei the gem ral heading "Gn al
ments in J> w ish Life" will
al thi A" Wi Thi series, cos bj th'1
i of J' wtsh Education, will
cover such topi l"'\- Pro-
phetic 1 ..."
i Laboviti of Temple Ner Tan .
! discussion leader: "The Talmud*
Period" under the .. a : --hip oi
Rabbi Solomon Schiff N
"Golden Age ol Spain'' 1>'
bj Louis Schwartzmai i x
din ctor of the Bun au; Tl Chas-
sidic Period." under Rabbi Avr t
Drazin'i leadership Dec 17,
"Zionism" with Rabbi "'. a
Bergei l( arding the discussi
Jan, 14.
Mrs. Primak Reviews Book
Mrs Sophie Primak will I
the book "Facts Fi*>lish and I
rotten" at the meeting >1 B
B'rith Lincoln Chapter in I
Lincoln Road Club Room al
Wednesday, Nov. 12.
Jewish National Fund Strengthens Israel
FORTE TOWERS .IM Tllllll Tl: KA\<|I I-T
Bloiiorinii
Joseph and Dorothy
Mondres
DISTINGUISHED CIVIC COMMUNITY LEADERS
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1969 6:30 P.M.
Temple Emanu-il Ballroom
Guest Speaker:
Mrs. Arthur Dorothy Goldberg
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*'Jewlsti noridilcir
Feinsteins To Be
Honored Guests At
Histadrut Dinner
Mr. and Mrs, Sam Feinstoin,
Miami Beach civic and religious
loaders, have been selected as the
guests of honor at the Inaugural
Dinner of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida in the
Fontalnebleau Hotel Nov. 20.
Hancch Givton, Minister Pleni-
potentiary from the State of Israel
to the I'nited Nations, will l>e the
principal speaker at the banquet
honoring Reboeca and Sam Fein-
stein, a icording to an announce-
ment by Temple Beth Sholom's
Rabbi Leon Kronish, national vice
preside: i of Histadrut. and Dr.
Michael Sossiu. president of the
loeal Histadrut unit, and will be-
stow a special award from His-
tadrut. upon the Feinsteins in be-
hall of the Israel government.
The Nov. 20 dinner will launch
Florid) .- eel, brat ion of the Golden
Jubilee of the Histadrut. which in
11 yean has mown from a hand-
ful ol pioneers to more than a
million members covering every
area ol Israeli industry, agricul-
ture and labor, and provides med-
ical a1 d welfare programs for
some St '; of the imputation of the
Jewish state through its Kupat
I lolim.
The Feinsteins who have lived in
Paqe 3-B
Temple Starts New Series With Israeli
MR. and MRS. SAM IK1NSTKIN
Miami Bench 20 years, have con-
tributed two clinics to the people ol
Israel through the Histadrut. do-
nated the electrical engineering
department of the Greater Miami
Technical Higli School in Ramleh,
and are founders of another Flor-
ida Histadrut project, the Greater
Miami Mcdieal and Rehabilitation
Center in Hi-rsheba.
A unique Israeli-in-rcsidence
1 program for members of Temple
Beth Sholom has been announced
. by the Miami Beach congrega-
tion's rabbi. Dr. Leon Kronish. and
j its president. Jack Fink.
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.. Yehuda
Ben Chorin, founder of Kibbutz
, Klar Menachim in Israel and life-
j lens friend and associate of Rabbi
I Kronish. will open a serli a of five
, Sunday morning sessions in the
' h mple auditorium labeled "Coffee,
Conversation and Culture." The
first of the series on various
phases of kibbutz life in Israel.
will he "Why I Chose To lie A
Kibbutznik." The series, especially
; for Temple Beth Sholom members.
, is open to non-members at a nom-
inal fee.
A Chalutz, Mr. Ben Chorin and
Rabbi Kronish grew up together
in New York and attended the
same Hebrew school sewn years.
When Dr. Kronish entered the
NVw York to begin his rabbinical
; Jewish Institute of Religion in
1 studies. Mr. Ren Chorin decided to
make an Aliyah to Israel. His wife.
iTiva, is also an American who
chose to live in Israel, and Klar
Chorins lost two sons. Amram and
Yochanan, during the Six-Day
War.
The Israeli-in-residence pro-
gram will be an annual highlight
oi Temple Beth Sholom's adult
education program, Dr. Kronish
said, and hopefully will bring a
knowledge of Israel to those who
cannot gain that information at
first hand.
YEHUDA BEN CHORIN
Menachim has b en their homi for
30 years.
Accompanying his parents on
their visit to Miami Beach will be
13-year-old Baruch. Their daugh-
ter. Mira. who is IS, has just en-
tered the Israel Army. The Ben
Manes Continues
Council Campaign
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Herbert Magncs continued his vig-
' orous campaign lot Paul Seider-
man's Group .", seat on the City
Council of Miami Beach this week,
according to his campaign man-
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Mr. Magnes, who is campaign-
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medial rent control lor residential
property in Miami Beach, building
oi low ami middle cost housing,
improved facilities for youth and
senior citizens and revision of of
Miami Beach zoning laws, was en-
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Installation Slated For BB Council
Miami Beach Council of B'nai i Tuesday in the Cadillac Hotel.
B'rlth Women will have their in. ^5 Collins Ave Guest speaker
and installing officer will be Mrs.
stallation and luncheon at noon Arthur Horowitz, second vtee pre-
! ident of District Five.
Officers to be installed include
Mrs. Irving Handel, president:
.Mrs. Eddy Newmark, ways and
means viee president! Mrs. Wck
August, membership vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Leah Benjamin, trea u
er; Mrs. George Ginsberg, record-
ing Siii'i tary; Mrs. Sam Baum.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Les-
ter Arkin, parliamentarian, and
Mrs. Flora H. Sinick, couns
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Towers Mondres Tribute E
held in the ?
Pioneer Women Meet
Mrs. Milt m Gr n. pr< sid
lv Greater Mi I of Pio-
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Fund Party Scheduled
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Scholarship Night
Saturday At 'V
The gala annual Scholarshii)
Games Night will be held in the
main ballroom of the YM-YVVHA
of Greater Miami at 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday under the sponsorship of
the V" Women, Mrs. Lee Shapiro,
1 chairman. Proceeds will make it
possible for needy youngsters to
use the Y' facilites.
* *
Helen Buckstall. folksinger and
guitarist, will be featured at the
Senior High Coffee House from
2-4 p.m. Sunday, and a psychedelic
film will be shown.
"America on Parade" will !* the
theme of the Teen Club's annual
Nskil Nighl al 1 ,'M p.m. Sun I ij
* *
Dan Danforth, past din I
Community Si rvice Mi nl il He ill
Association, will be at the Y
8 p.m. Tuesday. His program, li-
recti d towards teens and theii
pai i nts, will deal with
la.. 's n blems1 mis'i
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three members ci the Presidium of Oholei Torah Wcr/.e:: -
Group, who were installed Tuesday at a membership tec
in the home of Rabbi zr.d Mrs. David iehr.'ield. Officers to
the new year included Toby Lifchetz, recording secretary
yn Genet, treasurer; Ellc Bleeofaky and Pear! Sh I
corresponding secretaries; Channie Lipskar, financial s: .
tary Gertrude Este social secretary and Ita Me
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Friday, October 31
Exhibit Includes Art From Many Nations
On view this week ai the Lowe
Lcvinson Art Gallery of Temple
Beth Sholom. 41-14 Chase Aw.,
Miami Beach, was a collection ol
lithographs, oils and woodcuts
called "Picking Art Around the
World" being displayed in honor of
the .Miami Beach conventions of
tiu> I'nion of American Hebrew
Congregations and the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
The works of artists from Israel.
Thailand and many other nations
were in the collection exhibited in
cooperation with Collectors' Art
Gallery, and included some of the
works of Praphan Srisouta. of
Thailand: Chan, of China; Frank
Kleinholz of the United States and
Isra< Us Peter Lipman-Wulf and
Moshe Gat.
Hi th Sholom'S Sisterhood wil
sponsor an art auction from 1:30
to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9. at the
Temple. The works to be auctioned
a large selection of original oils.
wati rcolors, > tchings, drawing and
limited edition lithographs will
i* displayed at the temple Friday.
Nov. 7. from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.,
from 10:30 a.m. to ."i p.m. Saturday
and Sunday from noon until the
start of the auction.
Auctioneer will be William Ha-
ber, a leading New York art col-
lector and dealer who maintains ,i
staff of 10 and agents in the major
capitals of Europe to secure works
of art from collectors, artist- at d
dealers. Mr. Haber, who special-
i/i s in works ranging in price from
$20 to 51.000. will include some of
Lautrec, Chapall and Picasso, but
mcsl of the items will bear price
tags of $50 to .S100.
Mrs. Dorothy H. Grant. Dade-Monroe County executive di-
rector of the Leukemia Society of America. Inc., accepts a
canister from Gary Lewis, left, vice president of the South
Florida B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Council, and Council
president Laura Seff, both of whom are students at Palmetto
Senior High School, and Killian Senior High School student
Shelley Zucker, right, who is also a Council vice president.
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OUTSTANDING SUPPORTER
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CHAIRMAN. 1968 MIAMI BEACH
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PRESIDENT. UNITED TENANTS
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A SURPRISE
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CLAUDE BERRI.
THE MAKER OF
'THE TWO OF US
theJibERTINE
latherine Spaak .-a V*/
Jean-Louis Trintiirnant
Russian Singer To Appear In Concert
lion, which is sponsoring her i
shhI that she became
<>t the inoii' than tin,,
,I(\\s in the Soviet Unioi
symbol of their remain Jews. He called up
Jew* oi America to "open
hi arts to this petite but I
artist, who cave thousands
cits in the Soviet Union hi
tears to the eyes ol th
Jrus who heard her.
Nehama Ufschitz, who had been
the leading Jewish singer m the
s ivi< t Union before becoming a
resident of Israel, will appear in
an 8:30 p.m. Saturdaj eonci rl in
the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Nov. :'-'.
Mrs. David Drucker, chairman
of Temple Beth Sholom's Art
Committee, stands next to the
painting "Two Israeli Boys" by
David Greenfield, currently on
display at the Lowe Levinson
Art Gallery.
60th Founders Day
For AFPhi Alumnae
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alu
Association cel< br ites its FOth
Founders' Day Saturdaj with -i
luncheon in Hie T< n Room
the DupoN- Plaz Hotel il
P '"
Mrs N m in Br >wn nal i
:u. w ill de!i.or her I
ers' Day messagi iers
the 1
.. >ater Miami Alun Vss

Found I>'> commiti
es Mi--. St.
Mrs. Nu.'.na
Brown.. Mrs S1 v. F
S A M nil i, an I Mrs. i'
Zah'er,
Known as "the soul ol Russian
Jews, Miss Lifschitz is on a na-
tionwide lour under the patronagi
i Israel's Ambassador Yitzhak
Rabin, Washington D.C.. and .Mrs.
Gi Ida Mi ir, Prime Minister, both
ol whom attended hi r premiere
American performance in New
York's Philharmonic Hall.
William Mazer, presidi nt of the
lean Israel Cultural Founda-
Temple Menorah Service
Temple Menorah will ded
its first late Fridaj servj
new year to the 105
have joined the cungn
ing the past year.

IieiS IS HIS BACKGROUND
DEDICATED CIVIC LEADER
Chmn. "Save Urban Renewal" Committee. Leader M B.
Botanical Garden Campaign Pres. M.B. Taxpayeis Assn.
Boy Scouts Red Cross Chamber of Commerce.
PUBLIC OFFICIAL
Special Deputy Atty. General NY. Special Hearing Officer
N.Y. Rent Commission Vice. Chmn. Urban Renewal Agcy.
DadeCo. Member Little HUD
ACTIVE RELIGIOUS LEADER
Listed m Who's Who in World Jewry Chmn. of Bd. and
Pres. B'nai B'rith Past Pres. No. Shore Lodge, B.nai B'nth
Member Bd. ot Govs. Greater Miami Jewish Fed. Dir.
Brotherhood at Temple Beth Sholom V.P. of Jewish
Vocational Service Member Regional Bd. of Ann Defama-
tion League.
PROMINENT ATTORNEY
L. L. B. Degree. Harvard Law School Public Administration
New York University Member Grievance Comm. Fla. Slate
Bar Assn. Labor arbitrator for Fed. Mediation and
Conciliation Service National Mediation Board Amer.
Aibituition Assn. Member N.Y. Bar, Fla. Bar, Supreme Ct.
of the U.S. Bji.
Miami Beach needs this kind of leadership
elect JEROME GREENE
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.. 4Z^fboi4t f-^eople and f^L
aces
WHAT A WARM FEELING.
A feeling of friendliness filled the whole
(lir.inR room at King's Bay Yacht and Country
Club. It was Saturday night. That wonderful
warm feeling was due to the manager Ray W.
Curran Jr. and hLs wile. She had also halted
that day. a s|K'cial treat. Those in the know
gobbled up her baking before anyone else got h
chance to even say, "How good that looks." It
was Joyce Goldbergs birthday and she and her
husband danced while their daughter Abby look-
ed on wild pride. At one table sat Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Williams and the Sam Melselmans. Irving
and Rev a Wexlcr were with Art and Claire
Rosichan. Irving was in rare form and they
couldn't stop laughing. Some of the jokes that
he was telling were so old that they seemed like
new. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon had a large table
which included Miss Elyse Gillman and Mis.
Zoila Loeb and their daughter Lynn with a group
of her girl friends who were helping her cele-
brate her birthday. They all trooped over to
Ralph Renieks table to get his autograph. He
was most gracious even in the midst of his dinner.
Others seen were Eugene and Muriel Kal/ and
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gleden.
POF.TKY INDKK THE STARS
First there were no stars, it was raining.
Second it was inside the Miami Public Library. It
was Florida Author Night presented by Hannah
Kahn. She was the chairman. It was a memorial
service really, because the poems they were pre-
senting were by Onr < Jean Surbey. She would
have been s.i excited to be there but shi
kn w before -lie died thai her book of poetrj was
to be published. Select; us were n id from her
book, "Wind Child." .Marjory Sloneman Douglas,
author was the guest speaker and she brought
Orma Jean Surbey to lite. It was well presented
with the reading of the poems and with fitting
comments by Fred Shaw. An announcement was
made thai National Council of Jewish Women
are going to transcribe the poems Into Braille as
irma .' 'an was blind. A few of the people who
i" i.,ii ih. stormy night were of course Hannah's
h aband Frank and daughter Vivian who delight
nnah's ccomplishments, Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Alfier, Mrs Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Sylvia Wein-
berger, Mrs. Sylvia Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs, i:<>-
I Medow, Mrs. Charles Tv cnof, Mis. Edna
Mrs \ I'.! ck, Mrs. Jack Levkoff, Mrs.
Bornstein, It was a wonderful evening.
SO rROI'DLY WE HAIL
THE KRATKRNITY SYSTEM
That was the subject of the one lone man at
the banquet of the National Panhellenic Con-
ference at the Fontainebleau Hotel. He was bo
good that he could have been ten men rolled into
one. The s|>eaker was Dr. Henry King Stanford.
The outstanding alum of each local chapter of
her sorority was honored that night It was
thrilling. The next night was also good. The topic
was "So Proudly We Hail The Fraternity Wo-
men." That was given by quite a Woman, Mrs.
William N[ash. The toastmistress. Mrs. George
K. Pvoller was ]x>rfect in her role, saying the
right things, never getting flustered and keeping
the program shore, short, short.
Among the sororities represented were Alpha
Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma Sigm Iota Alphi Pi. Delta
Phi Epsilon and Sigma Delta Tau. Here's a
little puzzle for you. Try to remember to which
sorority each of the members mentioned belongs.
Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Ernest Harris. Mrs.
Victor Reiter, Mrs. Robert Rosen, Mis. Marvin
Lewis, Mrs. Philip Lefkovitz. Mrs. Steven Tobin,
Mrs. Melvyn Sommcrs, Mrs. Morton Grant. Mrs.
Martin Spector, Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs.
Burton Levey, Mrs. Joseph Klein. Miss Bobbi
Ossip. Mrs. Philip Classman, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Mrs Bertram Waller. Mrs. Daniel Klson. Miss
Ellen Snapiro. Mrs. Norman Brown, Mrs. William
Haras. Mrs. Stanley Lester, Mrs. George Rubin,
Miss Gail Kigner.
SEEN HEBE SEEN THERE
There was no there this week. But seen
lunching at the Crystal House dining room were
Mrs. Ben Fisher and Mrs. Barney Pearlman. Mrs.
Pearlman is a concert pianist but she wasn't
playing the piano, she was doing something more
prosaic, she was eating. At tile next table were
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cadden from Glencoe III.
They were with their mother. Mrs. Lillian Roths-
child whose birthday it was. Also there to sing
"Happy Birthday" to her were Mrs. Vivian Ed-
wards and Mrs. Milton Cadden.
l
Frances Uhnan
You've put yeus.
confidence in
Ben Grenald as
a trusted businessman
for as years.
You need that kind
confidence NOW
on the city council 2
Make a real choice -
elect a businessman with integrity.
BEN GRENA
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Pansy what a pretty name! Pansy also means re-
membrance and certainly Pansy Flaum remembers the
wonderful li.'e thr.t she has led and is leading and also what
it means to remember her fellow man. Pansy was bjrn on
the East side of New York and spent most of her life
in Brooklyn. There were four beautiful girls in Pansy's
family and her father delighted in showing them off.
Their father used to tell them. "You must have some
justification for living." And their mother saw to it that
they were aware of the world and its troubles and how
they could help. They saved their pennies for the New
Utrech Dispensary', which is now the Maimonides Hospital.
Pansy was the founder. Their father was a self taught
man and he imparted his knowledge to his girls. Their
jile was centered around music and art. Their father sat
as a model for them, and it's most thought-provoking that
?ach one saw him as a different person. Pansy was a
model for Bergdorf Goodman but that she kept secret.
She first saw her husband H. Lawrence Flaum when they
were sitting in adjoining pews at temple. He stood her up
on their first date but never again. They were married
md lived in Boro Park in Brooklyn. She and Larry had an
evening at home once a week, a salon. It was an exciting
evening about sixty people came to talk and discuss. It was
most gratifying.
She saw to it that all of her nieces and nephews at-
tended the childrens concerts as well as the other children.
Her father was one of the pioneers of the clothing
business yet he was interested in music and helped so
many young musicians on their way. When Benno Rabin
played he sent her rather boxes for his performance. Her
husband was in the millinery business. She happened to
have good taste herself in every phase of art, music books
and designs otherwise she would have been able to
ecquire it through them. About 25 years ago Pansy and her
husband moved to Miami. He wanted to go into business:
instead it was Pansy who found what she wanted to do.
She opened two florist shops and the Pansy Flaum School
of Flora! Designs. Only last July Pansy retired from the
iorist business but not from teaching. So many of her
-'udents have opened their own shops. She is justly proud,
there's one in Venezuela. Italy and Puerto Rico. When
the Flaums first moved down h.re, Pansy decided not to
oring her piano. Then she changed her mind and wouldn't
mo\e into the house until a baby grand piano moved in.
First the piano then the Flaums. Music is still a great part
f her life, as well as painting. She gives her paintings
way but has started a small collection of her own. Ever
since World War I, Pansy has participated in her com-
munity, both up North and down South. Since her husband's
-'eath she has continued all the work of which he was so
proud. She has been on many boards. She remembers
meeting Henrietta Szcld at one of her mother's organization
-leetings. She has studied yoga and thinks that because of
it and the nutrition diets she has used she has kept
healthy. She belongs to the Friends of Ctiamber Music
and goes to all of the concerts and operas that are pr>'-
-ented in our town. Pansy loves life. She is enthusiastic
:n whatever she does and glories in the work that her stu-
nts in her classes are doing. She is a good friend and as
a result has good friends. There is a special feeling about
her. It is a feeling of vibrancy that is hard to explain.
But when you come in contact with her you know that here
:< a woman who is enjoying what she is doing and who be-
lieves that God's in his K^aven and all's right with the
world.
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Mrs. Sylvia Davis. 334 20th St..
Miami Beach, announces the en-
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Samuels. 3204 Aviation Ave.. Mi-
ami, to Howard J. Hollander,
Brickell Town House, sun of Mr.
and Mrs. Victor D. H ~><>00
ins Ave., Mlam
A cum laude graduate of the
University of Miami where sh< re-
ived her A B. .1' grei the bri le-
elect is an art In Hade
County's schools. Her, fiance, a
practicing attorney, received his
B.A. degree from the University of
Florida and his J.P. degree from
the University of Miami. A s
board member cf ACLU, h< h >1 Is
membership in AEPhi social fra-
ternity and the Florida Bar Ass -
ciation.
The wedding date has been sot
for March 21.
Sorority Tea Will Honor Presidents
Bloom of Phi'.a i dphia,
visiting the area as del _-.- ,,
th.' National Panhi II >ni
, ;. in :;- F .in tin b
and Mrs Alb tl Ros .
sliaiing honors.

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Rosenthals Announce
Michele's Engagement
The engagement of Michele
(Shelley i Gay Rosenthal to Harrin
Adelman is being announced by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
' Rosenthal. 894 80th St. Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and after receiving her B.A. de-
gree from Miami-Dado Junior Col-
lege in December, she will enter
Florida Atlantic University as an
. Elementary Education major.
Her fiance. th>- son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Adelman. 1551 NE
167th St.. North Miami Beach, is '
a graduate of Coral Park High
School and is presently majoring
in Civil Engineering at Miami-
. Dade Junior College
The wedding date has been set
for July 3. 1971.
Art Show Benefit-
Cedars Of Lebanon
A champaign party 111 pi
the formal openine of the third
annual Art Exhibition ami Social
to bo held by the- Cedars of U
r.on Hospital Auxiliary in the Du-
ont Plaza Hotel or. Satui lay
Nov. 15.
All of the works of art w
will be- on displayi
paintings, ceramli ilpture a
photography, have been execui
by Auxiliary memtx rs and are for
sale. Procee 1- w r.efit the h -
pital.
Mrs. Benjamin Oren. chairman
of the event, will be' assisted by
Mrs. Eugene Komrad. Mrs. Leon-
ard Stc-iner. Mrs. Harry Horwich
and Mrs. Frederick Sehild.
MRS. GERALD GOLDBERG
Mrs. Gerald Go dben national
>nt of Phi Sigma Sigma, was
'-. ,;l ,r i Sunday at a tea held In
the homo of Mrs. Sam Weissel.
1432 Trillo Ave.. Coral Gables, a
patroness of the Beta Theta chap-
ter of Phi Sigma Sigma for 21
years.
Three past national presidents
*-< re also h< nored a' the t- i <
tended by members of the Univer-
sity of Miami's Beta Tlieta chap-
t( r, Miami Alumnae chapter and
patronesses. Mrs. Arthur Marko-
with of York. Pa., and Mrs. Alb. rl
ntly
s her home ii \
Conn wa .. at
the University cf 1 ;,
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Aft r graduati
: aw a hool, sh was a In itt d to
the bars of Pennsylva: ia.
n lcl of Columbia and I
Supn me Court. A trial la
th" L.S. Oepartm. r.t o: J h
th Thn Division, Mrs ;
a member of the A. ri in Bar
Association, Nation
uf Women Lawyers and ::,ippa
Delta Rho leeal sororii -as
served Phi Sigma Sigma in a num-
ber of capacities ar.d was l.x-ted
its national president this past
summer.
Lccal members of the Grand
Council of Phi Sigma Sigma in-
clude Mrs. Rosen, who ,- endow-
ment fund chairman; SPHINX ed-
itor Bobbi Ossip. Divisi i V presi-
dent Mrs. Paul Fur:: -. na-
tional tribune Mrs. Victor
Mrs. Joseph Klein sen s as -, j
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MR. and MBS. ISRAEL TAINES
50-Year Mark For
Mr., Mrs. Taines
Mr. ami Mrs. Israel Z. Taines
ol the Diplomat Towers, Holly-
wood. c< lebrateri their Golden
Weddinc anniversary recently
with a c'inner-dar-.ee at the Plaza
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Prominent members of the con-
gregation of Temple Kmanu-EI.
Miami Biach. Mr. and Mrs. Taines
are the ; arc nts of Hal. Gerald and
Michael Taines. well known in j
Miami. Hollywood and Ft. Laud- |
eniale as pioneer buildera and de-
velopers ^f hoi.ies and high-rise
apartmim Diuiaings, and are the
grandpar-nts of Elic, Lauren.
Craig an i Lane Twines, and Mrs.
Ja' Orli n of New York.
Florence Bosch,
Alan Weissman To
Be Married June 21
Florence Bosch, the daughter of
Mrs. Ruth Bosch of Jamaica Es-
tates. N.Y., and Alan Stephen
Weissman, whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Weissman. 8R0
NE 147th St., North Miairi, have
announced their wedding plans.
The bride-elect transferred I <
the University of Florida from
Queens College, N'.Y. Her fiance,
a graduate cf North Miami S-nior
High School, is in his senior year
i at the University of Fioiida.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel of Beth
Moshe Congregation. North Mi-
ami, to which the prosjK'ctive
groom's famil/ belongs, will co-
officiate with the rabbi of Forest
Hills Jewish Center. Forest Hills,
N.Y., at the June 21 ceremony.
Beth Torah Sisterhood
Plans Fashion Show
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold a "Fash-In." at Beth Torah
Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 11 a.m.
Luncheon will be served in the
social hall following the show pre-
sented by Jordan Marsh with pro-
fessional commentary and models.
Mrs. Stanley Friedman and Mrs.
Carl Zwerner are chairmen of the
day: Sisterhood president is Mrs.
Roy Marbin.
David Porvins To Celebrate Golden Anniversary Nov. 1
Mr. and Mis. David R. Porvin,
prominc nt Miami Beach civic and
r-ommunltv karlcrs. will celebrat
their 50th wedding annivers
with a formal dinner for friends
and family at the Eden Roc Hotel
Saturday.
Married in Detroit. Adele and
David Poivin. who an- the parents
of Mrs. Moses Braun and Mrs.
Bernard Zarrow and the grand] ar-
during World War II bcught the His Oeran Shore Motel was trie
President Madison Hotel while it first motel built on the oceanfront
was | issession a the U.S. Army, north ol 163rd St.. and he was
After the governm nl returned pi si l< nt of the Greater Miami
the Is to their civilian owners, Beach Motel Association for 10
Mr. Porvin operat d it until 1930. consecutive years.
ADELE and DAVID PORVIN'
ents of Barry Braun. a student at
Tulane University, came to Miami
Beach in 1937. They are active in
Temple Israel. Hebrew Academy.
Variety Children's Hospital and
the Opera Guild.
Mr. Porvin built and operated
the Poinciana Hotel in 1938. and
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Friday, October 31. 1%3
Rona ReicheUe To Be A June Bride
Mr. and Mrs. living J. Reichelle
of 13225 Arch Creek Ter., Key-
tone Islands, announce the en-
-nnwpt of their rtwhter. Rona
Cheryl, to Robert S. Mandel. son
ji ...i. and .viis. Andrew Mandel,
1921 SW 18th Ave.
An honors student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is
majoring in Secondary Education,
Rona will lx' certifii d to tench
English and Social Studies upon
graduation, but plans to gel hei
Master's degree in Education.
A cum laudc graduate <>f the
University of Miami, the prospec-
tive groom is currently attending
the University of Miami School of
Law. A certifiid public accountant
entering law school, he has
sciwd in the U.S. Army, and holds
the rank of captain in the U.S.
Army Reserves.
The wedding "ill take place in
June.
RONA KKK IIKI.I.K
i'lay Highlights Or Olom
I\ mple Or Olom Sisterhood was
1-. hold their paid up membership
: mer party ..t 7:.'!0 p.m. Thurs-
ii the t, mple's auditorium.
fhi entertainment was to be a
y written by the women of
s -ttcrhqod and performed by Mrs.
uis Chait, Mrs. Richard Clein,
dph Fistel, Mrs. Max For-
nv n, Mr-. Irving Grcenman, Mrs.
Robert Parent, Mrs. Norman Ben-
in 1. Mrs. Murray Rosenberg
2 .. rt Sax, Mrs. Hu-bert
Sisterhood Dinner
Seltman, Mis. Mel Shitle.
Mrs. Harry Gordon was to be
dinner chairman: Mrs. Martin Toll
i- membership sice president, and
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, is president
Of the Sisterhood.
Luncheon Planned Nov. 19
Lincoln Chapter. B'nai B'rith.
lias scheduled a luncheon and card
party for noon Wednesday. Nov.
19, in the 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room.
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Young Couple* Organize
Club At Beth Moshe
A Young Couples Club Ills been
organized at Beth Moshe accord-
ing to Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Rabbi'
of the Congregation and F. Leon-
ard Miller. President of the Con-,
gregation.
Membership is open to any
young c.mpc that wishes to join
and does not necessitate mem-:
bership in the synagogue. North
Miami and Keystone Point area
residents interested in joining are
asked to call the congregation's
office.
South Florida AEPlu
Selecti New Sisters
The Kpsilon Psi Chapter of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi. located at the
University of South Florida in
Tampa initiated six new sisters
Tuesday,
The new sisters are Sherry Ab-
ramson Barbara Blum, Lorrie
Pale. Eddyse Hershbein, Carol
Shaymon and Barbara Zaidman.
N'ew pledges are Pam Anderson
Eileen Goldstein, Ronye Kreiner,
Susan Marshall, Ellen Mirovvitz,
Lynn Perlm.;n and Susan Ruff.
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Dr. and Mrs. AllM-rt E Rosen-
thal. S bland Ave.. and Mr. and
Mrs. George Wolpert. 3 Island
Ave., Miami Beach, are making
an extended tour of the South
Pacific alter a stopover in Aea-
pulco. They will make side trips
from Tahiti to visit Moorca and
Raiatea. then go on to the Fiji
Islands, where they will \isit the
capital, Suva, and Nandi, From
Fiji they will tly to Sydn y, Aus-
tralia. After a visiting an Aus-
tralian sheep ranch in the "out-
back" country, they plan to stop
over in Australia's capital. Can-
i, .,,,. before continuing to M< i-
bourne. Christchurch, New Zea-
land, "ill be headquarters while
they visit that country, ending
a motor tour at Auckland on
the north island, and a plane'Jn
take them from there t0 p~
Paso, on the island f Sa
Later they will visit Hawaii and
its volcanos. ending up :,t Hilo
from which the Rosenthals uiii
fly directly to Los Ang. |,, ,
visit their daughter and h r
family while the Wolperts
for San Francisco for ,, Iiu
days. The Rosenthals will stoi
off in Tucson Ariz., to \ isit Hfo
RosenthaPs sister as ihej ret n
to Miami, hut both coupl. -
to be in Miami about i,
Both Dr. Rosenthal an : Mr
Wolpert are camera bug en
their friends are making b
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Friday, October 31, 1969
*Jcnisfi IftcrSdlgGiin
National Airlines reported a 17
percent increase in air cargo foi
September 1969 over the same
month in 1968.
Paqe l'.-3
National Airlines Air Cargo Up Over September 1968 w,tn 5,283,196 posted in sepi -
r her 1968.
i). m. Foxworth, general ma nag-
, t National*s air freight increa> i
' "' :i"' Car8- "llfl ,he airhne 23-*. while its air express in
' i'"" 5.957.056 ton miles comnared IS'; during the same period.
Mrs. Milton Raben, Barry Collegt student, goes over the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami program guide wi:h Miriam
Scheinberg, director of group services at the T".

Barry College
Students Aid
'Y' Program
r\vo studi nis w ho are working
i i ihi ir Master's degree in S i
k .ii Barry Coll< gi. Miami
S res have been assigned to the
YM VWIiA ol Gn ater Miami,
t 00 SW mii St id assist in var-
i. us phasi s ol progrj mming and
activity, Eft-aim II. Gale, executive
director of the V. has announced.
Mrs. Milton Kaben, who received
her B.A. degree in Sociology, from
Brooklyn College, worked for the
New York Department of Wel-
fares Public Assistance and Child
Welfare bureaus after graduation.
The wife of a physician at Mt.
Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Raben, who
spent a year in Israel teaching
English at the Berlitz School in
Tel Aviv, is the mother of four
Children one three, one five, and
( v ar-old twins.
David K. Fastiggi, a I960 grad-
uate of the University of Kansas.
where he majored in Anthropology
.mkI Sociology, traveled extensive-
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*Jewishtlcridlari
Friday. October 31, 1969
Boa MityuaA
HOWARD TEPLITZ and his aunrs. X'iss Dolores Sut-
Howard, the son of Mr. ami Mrs. ton, Mrs. Benjamin Steinberg and
Hyman Teplitz, 2152 SW 98th PI.. Mrs. Elsi i Malinson; his aunt and
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur- undo. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block.
day, Nov. l. at Temple Or Olom.
Howard is a student at Rock-
way Junior High School, when he
is in th< svi nth grade.
}The \ppe? SHBtehat following the
..'ay night services and a Kid-
.sh ftUowing the Bar Mitzvah
l, mony Saturday will be h si d
by Howard's : an nts, and a recep-
will come from Atlanta to help
v.::i i- 1< I.: s>. .
*
ROSS < OHL
R ss, s.n ol Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Cohl, 23o5 SW 27; h Ln.. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah .it Beth David
Congregati .. Sat rday. Nov.
R ss attei ds Shenandoah Junior
tion in. his honor will be held at High School, where he is in the
eighth grade, and has been a !' th
David Ri ligious School student for
six ye > s.
A reception in nor. r i f the cele-
brant will bo hosted by ins pa nts
in the Eden Roc H
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bi
Paula Barkoivifi
the Seville Hot I Saturday eve-
i
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recht ma-
i. an nts of the o le-
i t, his uncle, a ints and cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Recht, Mrs.
Harvey Chodock, Mrs. William
is i I Gayli nd Janet Mar- R ss' gi nts. will b i
cus, of Pittsburgh, Pa., will t*
among the honored guests al the
11 Btivities.
* *
VERNE KAPLAN
Verne Neil, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert S. Kaplan, celebrated
his Bar Mitzvah Thursday. Oct. 16.
at Young Isiaol of Greater Miami.
A student at John F. Kennedy
frcm Chicago. 111., to help him
celebrate the occasion.
*
Koi.r.i; brooks
Saturday. Nov. 1, at T
Emanu-El, Roger Michael, the son
.if Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah.
Roper, an eighth grade student
at Ida M. Fish.r Junior High
Junior High School. Verne plays school, plays on the Optimist I
bast bail and has won a bowling ^u team.
aw ard.
Tin- celebrant's parents held a
re< ; tion in their home Saturday.
Oct. 18, In honor of the occasion.
Among the honored guests wen
bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
i i is Pinsky of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
.ii i B njamin Kaplan of Rocka-
waj N.Y., and his brother, Ira.
* *
STEVEN BLOCK
Steven B> njamin, the sen of Mr.
Bi : Mrs. Robert Block, will be- Bar
Mitzvah during the t-:15 a.m. serv-
k s of Temple Ner Tamid Satur-
day. Nov. 1.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High School. David also attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
The celebrant will be honored at
the Kiddush following the services
and at a reception which will be
held in the Diplomat Country Club honored guests a i th festivities
Saturday night.
Relatives who will come from
New York City for the occasion
include Steven's maternal grand-
father. Judge Morris Weinfield,
Among the hone.:.', guests at
the festivities will be Mr. and Mrs
Harry Wolff, th ci l< brant's
grandparents.
* *
WILLIAM LIS
William Nathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Muriay l.is \\,.. ': :: :'-.
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday. Nov. 1.
William is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth g
A reception in hoi
brant will be held S
nine in the temple's Fri
Ballroom.
Mrs. Magda Kenn<
grandmother, will bi e i
Mary Anne Shapiro of Miami
Beach, beo mts Bar Mitzvah al
r, mi l" Mi noiah Saturday, morn-
ing, Nov- *.
Micha< 1 is a si". !en1 al Nautilus
Jur.ios High S hi I. wh n h Is
in the s, venth gra le.
Following thi s :
lion and i runch In i 'i the
i, i, branl wili be hi Id al I
ille Hotel.
Among the i
ling the cel bratii n will be
Mr. and Mis. Iia B. Shauiro of
\. vi ork City, Mil
and sist< r-in-law.
- *
JEFFREY SCHWARTZ
,'. ffrey, th son ol Mr. and Mrs.
1\ n Schwartz, 2111 SW 9Sth PL.
will becomi Bar Mitzvah Sal
morning. Oct. 25, at T m] l< < >r
Olom.
A student at Rockway
High School, wh. re he is in the
eighth grade, Jeffn y >n a tri|
Lion Country Safari in thi Guid -
paper carrier contest, and a i is
ri ci] ii :u of an
.ling com-
Ji .:: ,'- : an nts v i
i :. g Shal bat after thi
Frl la. ni jhl as wi 11 as .. Kid i ish
n in th t n Satui
day ii his hon<
irents
r.d Mrs. A .: :. Rosei
lonored |
tin lebration,
ANDREW IVi OB
t. son cl M an I
Mi s. James H Jacob*-', wil
brate his Bar MiUva it T
'. V- sh .: n Sa1
i ig, No\ l. v..' R il bi Milton
ichael Shapiro Andraw Jacoby
Schlinsky and Cantor Tibor Moses
officiating.
A student al the Hebrew A ad-
emy ,u Btmtet Miami. Andrew is
in the eighth grade.
The celebranl will be honoled al
a Kiddush fo.lov.ing thi services
and at a reception which will be
theStvill iH! Saturday
\. ning.
ng the hon m d guests al
the festivities will t> Andrew's
.... || ;,:. ts, Mi. ii '1 Mrs. Fi. ci
. Mrs. Fannie il
. nd Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kl
PAULA BARKOWIT2
a Ii' !. ne, daughti r of Mr.
bi d .Mrs. Harold Barkowitz, 4151
Segovia, Coral Gables, will become
Bas Mitzvah al P mple Judea Sat-
urday at 11:13 a.m.
A st idenl al P< nee de Li on
lunioi High School, when sh is
in the igrhth grade, Paula plays
t< in the scho I's land.
: branl will continue her
n ligious .1 icati in, joining the
Confirmation class.
Prof. Milton Handler, disl
shed American Bcholar, has
been appsirded chairman ci
the Boaid c! Directors ol the
American Friends ci the He-
brew University. Prci. Handler,
is an outstanding attorney cr.d
leng-time member of :he Co-
lumbia Law School Faculty.
Dollar To lie Discussed
The value' of the An m
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the 'J a.m. bn akfasl |
the 1-">00 Men's Club S
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iday. October 31. 1969
-Jewlsti fk>rl(fian
Paqe 13-3
inita Bryant Honorary Chairman Of
)ade's 1970 Mothers' March Of Dimes
Anita Bryant, national famed
:r>?er and recording star, has
pen named honorary chairman of
e January, 1970, Dade County
xth annual Women's Leadership
[others' March for the March of
Dimes. She was to attend the
Conference on Birth Defects in the
Miami Woman's Club. 1737 North
Bayshore Dr., Thursday from 9:3(
a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The evtnt was to feature Helen
( keyol New Yeik. medical field
i :r.sultant of th- National Fyyp-
ration-March of Dimes, under thi
sponsorship of the Dade Countv
Chapter. Also expected to partici-
pate in the program are represent-
atives from the University of
Miami School cf Medicine, includ-
ing Dr. B-rnard J. Fogel, assistant
professor of Pediatrics who heails
the Birth Defects Center at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital; Dr. Do-
ralys Arias, assistant professor of
Pediatrics; Dr. Marc I. Rowe, chief
' of the Division o: Pidiatrie Sur-
; sery. and Dr. Betty Vaughn, din C-
tor of the Dade County Depart-
ment of Public Health's Maternal
and Infant Care Program.
-Mrs. Milton E. "inompson and
Mrs. G. Dwight Hamilton will
serve with Miss Bryant as co-
ehairmen of the county-whie, door-
to-door, fund-raising Mo'.hers'
March.
Sky Lake Plans 'Gay Night'
'i'he SisUrhocd of Sky Lake
Synagogue will hold a special "Gay
Night" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Sky Lake Gard< ns Social Hall.
Proceeds of the .vent will go to
hilp support the synagogue's re-
ligious school.
CARIH Chapter Activities Slated
Members of Pesnkin Chapter of a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday.
Children's Asthma Research Insti- ., ^iqiu u-. ,.
tute and Hospital will hold benefit n M j:l,:a-v sb CARIH chapterS
rummage sale in the Washington will participate in door-to-door
u auditorium B99 NE 167th and street solicitation in what will
St., North Miami Beach, from 9 be called the Asthmacade March.
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"age 14-B
+Jeist ftorkttan
Friday. October 31, 1969
Enfflander Given
Endorsement By
babor Groups
Councilman Mai Englander, con-
late for reelection in Group 2.
- t> en endorsed by the Pail.'
Countj Federation <>i Labor, AFL-
CIO, and Local 255. Hotel Em-
loyei.- Union. 1'ink Schiffman,
union presidenl who made t in- an-
uncement. called Mr. Englander
the working peoples candidate."
The letti r from E. T. Stephenson
ol the Dade County Federation of
,i said "We wish you well ami
may success i>-' yours. The people
Mia ni Beach benefit by having
,pli <,i your caliber in office."
M Englander, who has also re-
ceived ili' endorsement or many
vidials in management and in
siness. expressed his pleasure
receiving the endorsements, and
nmentcd: "I .-an think of no
I igher praise than to be liked ami
iported b> both the men who
work and the men for whom they
work."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84888
FRANK B. DOWLING
In UK: Evtutu of
ii \i:i:y ijsibowitz
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T \ll ,-. .lii.-i- mul All I'.vm.ii.- Hav-
i,r Demands Against Sala
LEGAL NOTICE
Daot.d Announces Seiderindn Is Candidate For Reelection
. i..
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17996
SUIT FOM DIVORCE
INKS ROS \l'.
Plaintiff,
Ki is | A R< I8AI '.
Ihi. niliint
I-, i hi >s v A ia 'S.\i .
Itesldentf I'liknow n
you K"S.\ A. KOSADO. or* in
.....,1!,.! that u Hi" '!' Complaint >
Divorce hm le*n filed ngalnBt ><>u
,.l i-oa :iiv required In serve .. eopj
,,i your Answer or Pleading in i
Kill ol Complaint on tin- Ptajni
it"......v. lit.Ml*' .1 SHEPAim. JH
,.,.v Ainslo Bin*.. II N i: 1st Avi .
Miami, Klnrlda and file ihe original
Vnswei ... PUadinR in the offli i>t
the i'Ii rk of the Circuit Court oil or
before ihe 5th daj of I""""1",1-
liiiw if you 3
.1, fault ni he laken uKalnsI you tor
ih. relief demanded in the Hill l
I'omplitint. ,
Tlii- ant lee shall imldishi 'I onee
cm li u-ei'k for fUI ii'i ivllliv. weeks
In THK JKWISH l-'l.' >UI I >l.\X.
iioNi: am iii:i>i:i:i:i' ni Minmi,
Kloridn, this 2|i day of October. A P.
K ft i. i:\Tll Klt.MA.v. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Count} Phi Ills
II) : l. IIYAX
l leputy Clerk
U 'inuil < "Hi l Si :il i
III i.MKt I I SHKPAItD. .Ill
KIM Aiiisl. y RulldllUi
Miami, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
in/::I II "-14-21
her
Pan
Try For Council Seat
Mrs Patt Daoud announced
entrance into the race for the
Miami Beach City Council. She Is
seeking the Group One seat cur-
rently hold by Joe Malek.
Her parents were pioneers on
Miami Beach and Mrs. Daoud was
educated i n Miami Beach and at-
tended thi University of Miami.
She plans to direct her cam-
paign to problems of the city, ris-
ing rents and taxes, and the pro-
is of Mi imi Be ich's youth and
senior citizens.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR t HEREBY Ul\ l-.N Ihul
the wnderlsgned desiring lo cnKuRe
", business under Ihe "ctlttoUB name
II VVAXA- MAIHtID RB8TA1
_ Claim
K-lnl, .
>.-ii are horebj
iiulred i" present
li iii.oiil- which you
said name
mil Court
notified and re-
alty claims and
ma) have against
:,. eiate of HARRY l-KflMnVITZ
ilecened late Nassau Count)-, Ne
V..rk lo the County Judges .'i Daae
Cunty, .mil Hl< tt- same In duplicate
and as provided In Bert Ion |3S.1B.
Kloridn Statutes, h, Utelr office* In
ihi County Courthouse in Dade touu
i'
hi n
Florida, within six calendar months
in il, tin..... the first publication
i or ihe same ill be barre ihi- -"'ih
Dated ai Miami, Florida
,1 .,i i li-tober, A l>. 1969.
ti:i:i:v i BiRoxviTZ
\> Ancillary Kxecutor
-i publication of this 'notice
Hie :iisi dn) October, ll'SS.
Mi iHTt 'N II. /.I.AIKI- ol
/. JMKI.. KACPMAX A: ZF.MKI.
i tori '- '."' Estate
.... i im .in Itoad. Miami Reach.
Klnrlda
in/SI li T-14-21
.1.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\iiTli'i: is HKRERY OIVKX thai
underslRiifMl, il.siii.it to engage
, bush sn undi r the fictitious" name
nl BRITE KI.KCTItk- ai ISoO \.\V.
I i race, Miami, Florida Intends
in regisior said unmet with Ihe Clerk
oi the citvuli Court of Dade County,
Klnrlda
JI'-JIV 111 li ?RPORATION
R) SIDNEY F. S'IIUi:il>KI.I.
I':. ill.-lit
Kl'ItT WK-I.IJSi'll
Attorne) for
.11-MV-HA CORPORATION
444-H4H2
I/::l ll T-ll-.1
Obituaries
ealin. Sarah, ". i-'1"'1 Colllm Ave
s..iUi Miami Funeral Chapel,
coulter. William Adair, '"-. IBS".'
I'olllns Ave. North Miami Funeral
Chapel
CERSHON, Esther, >"" West Avi
Ml.. Riverside.
OKUN. in- Herman I. !. 139 SW
Kth i:.i Dim bi I B
RAPKIN. Sum. R8, 17'" N.E 115th
St. lilnsberg.
SPITZER. Jenny, Coral flahles l.i-
t. rnm.nl Btar ol David
STECHLER. Max, 70, Ba> I >r,
M.B. Riverside.
BRODINSKY. S.im. 7:v :>"1 Collins
Avi M.lt. fiordon
HELLERMAN. Sarah. i,7. 1.."'. Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
KORNBLUM. Rose 72, 1400 N.E
!; lb St N.M i:
POSNER. flvman S. 2X81 l-eonftrd
Hi N..M l: Rlvi rslde
EISENBERG. Morris l_. 71. IRS1 Leon-
ard Hi NJII! Riverside.
ZiROLNIK. Anna, 76, 930 Merl
\vi\, M.B, Riverside Interment Mi
DOBELL, ll.ni- vt. ISOO Pennsyl-
vania Ave. M.B Blasbi 11
FELOBERG. Bernard, 87, 4901 N.W
2nd Cr. New man.
FLOM. Joseph, 70, 4"l Collins Ave.,
.i.i. Newman
CEBAIDE. Junk, 1778 James Ave.,
\i B Rivet -i'i-
COLD, .1.,-oieu... 78, 719 Rlltmore
BVay im:il Qablet Riverside
KANT"at"4i00"""BRsi 8th Avenu
Hialeah. Florida Intends to rcsl*t"
with the Clerk ol ih.- < n
of Dud.- County, Florida.
I.E-MEZ, inc .
:. Florida corporation
LEWIS F, COHEN, ESQ.
Attorne) for LE-MEZ. IN<
25 N.H 17 Hi Terrace,
Miami, Florida
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO \l I. TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHAl.l. COME QHEBTINtlh:
Uh. i.ni-, JOSEPH LAIRAN8,
Miami Beach, Florida: i I AI Dl. I..
EICHEI., Minim. lliu-lila: Ml'.lA 7N
HABER South Miami. Florida dni
ih.- 13th day of tK-lober, A.D. 1967
cause i" be In.....'......rated under the
laws of the State of Florida 'I.AI DEL
MA NT FACT!'RING CORP. a corpora-
lion, wuii ii* principal place pi
business al Miami, l*.,,!.- < ounty In
ih. State nf Florida, and whereas
such corporation iti'i on th.- 24tn
day of October, A D. 1969, cause lo
1,,'iil. .1 In the ..i'i'i.-i ni' the Becretar)
,.| State of the Slate of Florida, the
.I,..mn. niary authority required under
Section 608.27, Florida Statutes, show-
In ethe dissolution of such corporation
Now, therefore, the Secretary >'
si.,,, does hereb) cerlif) to Ihi
foregolna and that he Is satisfied
ih.ii iIk- renulremenls ol ihe law havi
been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREt>F, I hav<
h.-ri.until -.'i m) hand and have af-
fixed Ihe Oreal Seal of the State ol
Florida, at Tallahassee, Ihe Capital,
thi- Hi. 24th da) > October, A 1>. Ib9
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
10/31 69
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17889
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[OANNE i'I.AKK.
PI.....lilf.
vs.
JOHN PETER CLARK,
l ii i, ndanl
T JOHN PETER ri-AV.K
l Estate Road
Smlthlown, Ijouk Island,
N. h York I17k7
you, JOHN PETER CI hereb) notified lhal a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
aL'aii..-t you, ami you ai-.- required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
ih. Plaintiffs attorney, LARSON
and MARVIN, Attorneys at Law, 777
N.W. 7.mi Avenue, Miami, Florida
33126 ami file the original Answer
'.r Pleading in ihe office of th. Clerk
ni" the Circuit Court on or before the
im day of December, 1969. If you
fail t" do !-'. jinltmi nt by default
will be tak.n against you fur th. n
liel demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice -hall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH I'l tlRlDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi.urn
Florida, this 28th day Oi lobei
A I
r B LEATHERS!AX, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dnde County, Florldu
B) '! COPBLAXD
Depul) Clerk
H 'ii. nil I'uurt Seal I
LARSON ami MARVIN. ESQUIRES
777 N.W. 72nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 8S1S8
Id/. 1 11 7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
E,LN ANDFOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No 69-18023
NOTICE OF SUIT
i- i: K INC
Kloridn corixinition,
plaintiff.
IKNAY%PERKZ ii.Ki:i:iN'<:
?jlN \ PICKERINC.. i. minor.
I,, .i ihrough her mcihei and
SSayTbiihspk^iw"8"-
isV11ELPICKERING, and II
^"herhsl.|.......JOHN DOB,
.,,! if dead, her heirs.
,levlsees, grantees, or other
perions .talming b) through
,.r under her,
Defendants, ,,.,,,,,:
TO JENAY PEREZ PIClvhRIN'i
and OINA PICKERING.
a minor. b> and Ihrough
her mother and next friend.
JKNAY PEREZ PICKKR1N.
west Reach Boulevard
Pink House. Box M
lllloxl, Mississippi o
ISABEL I'li'KKiUN'i and
it alive, her unknown
husband. JOHN DOE, and 11
dead, her h.-iri-. di vlsees,
grantees, or other persons
claiming t>>. through or
under her. whom resldei res
" SSSThmwbt notivied
Paul Selderman. who has served
four years on the Miami Beach
City Council, is the only full-time
Councilman in the city's history
to keep his office, located in the
Miami Beach Auditorium, open to
all citizens at all times.
A former district attorney. Mr.
Seiderman, who is eochairman ol
the La Enforcement Advisory
Board oi Dade County, is presidenl
i B'nai B'rith District Grand
Lodge and national commissioner
of the Anti-Defamation League.
He and his wife, Grace, have been
residents of Miami Beach 21 years.
Mr. Selderman, whose proposal
for an Emergency Fire Rescue
Squad was implement! il in 1966.
i aisa Ihe author of the "Heart-
5-Day Plan Begins
At Mount Sinai
Hialeah and Mount Sinai Hos-
pitals an- co perating to bring the
"Five-Day Plan to stop Smoking"
i to Miami Beach residents who
want to quit but don't know how.
The Nov. 2 through Nov. 6 so-
las will lx' held each evening at
-_:\0 in Mount Sinai's Wolfson
Auditorium, as a public service.
More than SO', of those who com-
|sli le the Five-Day Plan are suc-
i. ssful. David I- Jones, public re-
lations director tor Hialeah Hos-
pital, which has been conducting
the classes for several years, re-
flated. The program is conducted
by physicians from Hialeah Hos-
pital and the University of Miami
mobile" plan by which four \v-
hides equipped to deal with heart
attack emergencies will be stra-
tegically stationed in Miami Beach.
He has proposed the establishment
of an arbitration board t<> hear
tenant-landlord matters, and the
provision of hot meals for needy
senior citizens through the Federa
Aid Program and a community
center similar to the one under
construction in the South Bi a
area, for the northern end ,,; ,
community under the .
parks program.
Dr. Narol Lecturer
At Public I-ihrarv

Dr. Joseph P. Narot, spi
leader of TV mple Israel ol G
Miami, will speak on 'T,...... and
Knowledge in Darkenine Age"
at the Miami Public Librarj ,,t
8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Th
Author Night series pro
sentod In honor of J> -
Month is cosponsored by tl
ii an of Jewish Educatioi Dr.
Louis Schwartzman, exec itiw di-
r, ctor of th' Bureau, will
chairman of the evening.
Dr. Narot. whose talk will deal
with the challenge facing enlight-
ened and educated people in a
time when reaction anil violence
' seem to have become the domi-
nant mood, is a graduate ol West-
ern Reserve University and ol He-
brew Union College. The formei
chairman of Datle County's Com-
OS"* dFLrSSr&J& .gains 3ta fctaot a*d"coordinited -i.y Relattons Board and mern-
i"u m me nbove-Mjied Court for .. >" ''< ber of the Dade County Economic
b^SfrfhTaU^^ %Smfor1nationisavaUab.e Opportunity Hoard, he is theau-
., v Interest in oil rights ... Ihe fol- rl ...... K,Ll tl"'1"' "f t,,r ^ horn the 1.
..I
South.
It
low int. il-- rlhi d prouertj :
The W.-i Hi of i1" -N xv
Section IS. Township
nice, l" Ens. lying and bi
Dade Count}, Kloridn
You an required lo till ll.....
of your Answer with Ihe Clerk ol
the abovi -styled Court ai
,.,,,,v of Ihe same UP" I It'll til l
Utorneys. CAID1N. ROTHENBEIUl
KDOAN, KOIINUI l itt'THKN-
BKRC! So li H -' > ''
IS West Khtgler Street. Miami
plorldn on i r bi fore tl.. 2nd da} "i
December, !*!, -- n default be
Inken ngainsi you for Ihe r.ii.i
nought by the Plaintiff.
DATED .o Miami, Dade
County,
Fl.-.i Ida
i:
iin-
ji'ili da) of October
r I.i:\Tll CI'.MAN. Clerk
I-., c P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
I"/:: II 14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTli'i: IS HEItEBV DIV'EN that
tin undersigned, desiring e.iguge
in business under lh fictitious name
of ARTISTIC! CRAFT :it 1863 East
lOtli Crurt. Hialeah, Kloridn Intends
to register said name i\itli the Clerk
,.. ihi Circuit t'.'urt of Dade County,
i rtda
ARTISTIC CRAKT, IXC
: Klorlda corporal Ion
U:\VIS I- COHEN, BSQ
Attorney for
Ml'I'ISTIi' l"H \FT INC
_'... ni: lTiii Terrace,
Miami, Fla.
l'./M II 7 -14 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN th:it
the undersigned, d. i iring lo ngage
in ou ini-s und.-r the fli lillous name
of STKAMWAY id-" KtiORIDA at
Gt>*> Biscayne Boulevard, Miami,
Kloridn intends lo register said nami
with the Clerk of tin Circuit Court
ot l>;iii.. County, Klorlda
ll!-* ENTERPRISES INC
Si'HI.ISSKI. & BCHER
Attl r.i. > for
1:'..- l'.utirprii-...-.-. tin-,
tjij.'. I.im-oln Kit Miami Reach, l-'l..
10/31 11 7-14-21
from either hospital.
Chapel Name Changed
To Honor Sonny Levitt
A lifetime resident ol North
Miami Sonny Hal I.o\itt has been
honored by North Miami Funeral
Chapel, Inc. with the renaming of
the chapel the Levitt Memorial
; Chapel, Mr, l-e\itt's activities in
ih.- community and the confidence
of h> associates made this change
a reality.
He graduated from the American
McAlllstoi Institute of Funeral
Service, N Y. after attending
Mi imi Dade Jr. College and the
Universitj ol Florida and was om
nl the youngest men
,-, jvc a Funeral Directors licenc?
in the si it of Florida.
As a flrgl aid instructor for the
\ ii Re l Cross, he i-; pre-
sently donating his services t" the
e indominium community h> con-
ducting first aid classes.
Speaks," "Whj I Am :i Jew," and
"Letters io the Now Genei
Dr. Narot is currently serving u
presidenl of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
Other hook rallies cosponsored
by the Bureau will be held in the
Miami Beach Public Llbrarj and
at Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Beach, ami the Bu-
reau is making select list "i
Jewish books published in the last
;i ar available to libraries and
book stores.
The Bureau's Jewish Honk of
the Month Committee includes
Mrs. Joseph Duntov and Melvyn B
Frumkes, cochairmen: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Leon J. 1
ever to re- ,., sigmund Fogler, Miss Nettle
Goldstein, Harold Jalf.-i, Harrj
Kimball, Rabbi Morris Kipper
Rabbi Sol Landau, Mrs David
Miiskat, Joshua /.. Stadlai
Alfred Stone. Mis Anna Sil
Dr. Isaac Unterman and Mrs
Henry B. Wernlck.
Hydro-Sonic
Mobile Wash .
We Come To You
MRS. ANNE PAUL AND DEAR MOTHER
GREATLY MOURN THE UNTIMELY PASSING
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1969
o. their Beloved Brother and Son
MARTIN H. SABIN
Age 46, an Educator and Scholar; also a Member
oi Beth Sholom Temple o. Mineola

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Mattila Wasn
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o
7 MORE SAY 7-A
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MRS. JULIUS in^^v ROSEMBEBC
IIOSi: HARRIS
llll.I- (.OIIM(l>(.
HARRY I.I.HMK
SAMlll. Ill IMIAlll)
Re-Elect MAL ENGLANDER
With 500 lbs. of Water
PreKure combined with
a Biodegradeable
Chemical that will clean
and polish anything.
BOATS TRUCKS
TRAILERS PLANES
HOUSES SIGNS
For Information
Call 271-3611
PET CEMETERY
ONE Of THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL PET CEMETERIES
COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS
WITH PICK OP SERVICE
, BURIAL
v CREMATION
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Jay, October 31, 1969
*N.lFn/*f> MoridHann
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
|THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
llN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85531
|US Estate "f
jlBPH A POST
eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Persons Ha*
Claims or Demands Against Said
|t ale:
"ti are hereby notified and requlr-
iii present an) claims and demand**
iicii you may have against the es-
ki. of JOSEPH A. POST deceased
|i. of Dade County, Florida t<> ihe
i.unt\ Judges of Dade Comity, and
lie til,- same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Itututes, in their offices In the County
puurthouse in Dade Count}', Florida,
thin six calendar months from tin-
|,mi of the first publication hereof,
i- the same will be barred,
Pai.-d a! Miami, Florida, this -l-i
,i ,,f Oi tober. .\ I). 1969
FRANCES pi 1ST
Will JAM II KARO
A- BSaqUle'jH
publll nt ion of Ihis not Ice on
I ih< I tin" "I' lober, 1969
[ I.MON HAVS & ORCNDWBBO
i; f.ir Esl
>1 \ sit \ Build
l"/::i 11 7-11-_ 1
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
TLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. aob-12
|j Estiiti
KI'K*I I'li.MhMt
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ml All Person* Hin
i I'M1 -.- Demands .Vuain-1 Said
.
Vi.ii an hen It) notlfii 'I and requir-
resenl cla, i j 1 *- .. nd .!<- -
i.in-! which you ma) have against
stall of ISID' n: KRETCHM1 .
...!,i! late el Dade County, Florida,
Hie County Judges of Dade County,
i ml file the same in duplicate and .i-
rovided in Section ~:t:t. 1 *i. Florida
- uii s, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in I in.!. County, Florida,
niiiii six ait mi.ir months (ran the
i mi- of the first publication hereof,
i lin- same will be barred.
i> i''l ai .Miami, Florida, this 22nd
. > of October, A.I). II".!'
MCRRAY KHETCHMER
MiK.MA K. 1.1NDENBERC,
A>> Bkecutors
First publication of this notice on
lh, 31st clav of October, 1 i'6i*.
LBON A, EPSTEIN
Attorney fur Batata
4:'" Uncoln Road,
Miami Ueach, Florida
______________________10/M n 7-14-SI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8524fl-B
iii RE: Estate of
:stiii;h qrodxer,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'' All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
g Claims or Demands Against .said
state:
Vou an- hereby notified and requlr-
i to pr. vint any claims ami demands
hlch you may have against the ea-
if ESTHER ORODNER, de-
ised late of Dade County, Florida,
ihe County Judges of Dade Cbunty,
i rile the -am,- in duplicate ami
provided in Section 7:.:: 16, Florida
latutes, in their offices in the County
urthouse in Dade County, Florida,
lihhi six calendar months from the
me of the firsi publication hereof
ihe -ame win he barred.
Hated at Miami, riorlda, this 1 Till
ty of October, Alt. 1969.
HERBERT HRODNBR
As Executor
I publication of this notice on
24th day of i icloher, 1969
ItlSHMAN A FEIN, BSQH
llorneys for Administrator
Lincoln Roi I,
I.Hill. It. aeh. Kl.l
IM/24-31 11 7-14
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-17692
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
'I BARNES,
tiff
vs.
BTEX8IA BARXES,
i feiidanl
HoH l ENSIA BARNES
ii- net I nUnow n
Hi IRT1. \.-i \ BAKXES, are
tlfled thai n Complaint for
has been filed against you,
i you are r, quired in net \e n i >
' "in 1.....r Pleading to Ihe
mplninl ft r 1 Mvt ret mi plnintifra
t'H in j. RONALD I. I >A\ IS, BSy .
nynt Building-Hi \\ Flagler
ret I, Miami. Florida 33130, Phone
the original Answ-
or Pleading in the office of the
'lerfc of the Circuit Court on or be-
ll l-i daj of December, 1988 ii
.' i il in 'in mi. judgmt ni by de-
ult will be taken against you for
relief demanded in the Complaint
IMvnrcc,
ill's NOTICE shall be published
ice week lor four consecutive weeks
THK JEW ISII Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
lorlda, this 23rd day of October,
i,||
B. li. LEATHERMAN, Cleric
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPEI.AND
i teputy i !lerk
Circuit Court Seal)
_______________10/81 11 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TATY-FRAXK'B at 686 W. L'T
Street, Hialeah, Florida Intends to re-
gister siiitl name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this :1m
da\ m 11. toll, i I.,::.
TATY-FRAXK'S
by: PRAXCISCO I: QOXZALEZ,
< w per
S86 \v .1 street, Hialeah, Florida
in/L'i :i n 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of DRS KECK & I.EAVITT, P.A.:
DBS DECK A.- I.EAVITT; HOWARD
J. BECK, M D. and ROGER K.
LEAVITT, M I) at 17.". Btltmore Way.;
Coral Gables, Florida Intends in re-
gister said names with ihe Clerk of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
undersigned tlealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
LEONARD BRODSKY. M.D.; LAW-
RENCE WHBATMAX, M.D.: DRS.
BRODSKY AND WHBATMAX;
DRS. BRODSKY AXD WHEAT-
MAX PA. at 2700 s.W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami, Fla. 33129 intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DRS. BRODSKY AXD WHBATMAX
Pitt IFBSSII >XA I. Assi ICIATII X
SPARBBRAXD ROSKIX P.A.
Attorne) for Applicants
Inn Bis. ayn.- Blvd.
Miami, Fla. 33132
10/24-31 11 7-14
iturt
Dad.
I' \
the Circuit
Florida
BE' K : I EAVITT,
SAM I El, S'l EEX
Attorne; for
BECK .V i F. WITT. P \
|M I. Mux 1914, I

uniy.
-14

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .I'm r. is HEREBY GIVEN
I, desh e to i ngagf in
i ii ii" u del tht fictitlou
Bl'RTON FEIXERMAN, M I ; Ill'R-
Tl X FF.I \ I'.H'l \ v MH F.A.A P at
: I \ >\ St.. i >|ia
:',:i"", 1 ; register
with ih. i i, rk of the i 'n
Dadt C n ty Florida.
Bl RTl N I- EIXERMAX.
SPARBER \XH ROSKIX P A.
Attorne) s for Applicant
I'm Itisi ,\ n. i:!\ .1.
Miami, 1 i.i 132
10 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
undersigned, desiring lo engngti In
i.ii muss under tin ii. titious names of
ItoilERT I. ISI1A.M, M D.: JOHN \V.
I : I .'ft >.. Al.li. ISIIA.M AXD Bol.-
Tll.N I'.A. at :': X.E. 2nd Ave.,
Miami Shores, Fla. 33138 Intends In
res" ii:n names \\ iih ilie ierk
of 11 Circuit Conn of Diidi i u
I .I..
1SHAJI .' SD IK lETOX
li;i iFKSSIl '. A l. VSSi ICIATU iX
. SI'ARHEIt VXD KIISK'IN I' A.
foi \ i : 11.
intti ii
1132
17-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring lo -
in busi'ness under the fictitious names
nf MARTIX S MKI.I.K. MH : l.fis
ARIAS, Mli. DRS. HKI.1.I-. ASH
ARIAS PA.: PHYSICIANS DIAG-
NOSTIC GROUP at 1430 N. Bay
Shore Drive, Miami, Fla 33132 intends
in register .-.nil names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i iorida,
DRS. BELLE AND ARIAS
l'Rt IFESSH i.XAI. ASS' ICIATK IX
SPARBER AND ROSKIX P.A,
Attorneys for Applicant
inn Biscayne Blvd.
.Miami, Fla. 33132
1" 17-24-31 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
MARI.EXH i" G'ARCl ^
Ph miff,
vs
Jl'AX '" GARCIA
I.....nilaill
!' i .MAX i GARCIA
_'i;; E. :.! Avt
Park
li'oi
You. -Ii VN C GARCIA,
lij noi fictl that it i "oi
von eh; hei
. :i lo ervt II
LEGAL N011CI
In
a.
I..
names
ml
run
M Ii P A,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FO RDADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84683
Frank B. Dowling
In RE: E-tat. of
.MARIA GAMES LNtil-ANPF.R
Deo ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said ,
Eatate:
Vou an- hereby notified and requir-
ed to pr.s, at an) lalms and demands
which you may have against the ea-
tate of MARIA GAMES ENGLAND-1
BR deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to ih.- County Judges of Dade i
County, and file the same in duplicate!
nnd us provided in Section 733.16, I
Florida Statutes, In their offices in j
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day "i Ictobei. A.D. 1969.
.MARX FAlllCR
1012 Ainsl.y Building
.Miami. Florida
As Executor
First publlatlon of this notice on
the 17th day m
October, 1969,
-- tT-24-31 11 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'l iTIl 'K IS HEREBY GIVEN
UHtlei sigtit d, di -ii ;- i......[age in
Itu until hi fiei Itiou
i.KWIS G. GLI'ECKAI F, M.D.: AL-
FREI A I.i IPEZ-I Ii >MEZ, .-I H .
GLCEKAl'F AXD Ldi'KZ-GOMKZ
P.A itl I'.'." Meridian .\\. Miami
Beach, Fla. 33139 intends to register
said names wilti the it rk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
GLt'El 'KAI'F AX11 l.t IPEZ-G' I.MEZ
lilt IFESSIOXAL ASS' "iATIi IX
SPARBER AXD ROSKIX P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
inn Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla. 33132
10/24-31 11 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85391-Clark
in RE: Estate ol
ANNA /.INKIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Saitl Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the eatate of anna ZINKIX deceas-
ed late of Hade t'ounty. Florida, to
the Count) Judges of Dade County,
nnd file the same In duplicate and
an provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade t'ounty, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IS
d.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 86149-A
In RE Estate of
IIARKY LEVY
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H.^
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You art hereby notified and requlr-
, ,l to presi oi .my lalm and dt mnndt
which \.u may have against the es-
tate of HARRY LEVY deceased late
"i xassnu County. New York t,i the
i -ounl) Judgi s of Dntlt 'ounty, and
-. me in duplicate .....I as
pro\ id. .I in Section t '' Florida
II the '"li' i\
i'mil-ill. ii in Dade County, Florida,
within six i alt ndi i mouths from the
lime ..i the first publication hereof,
or Hi. -an., will i" barred.
;,. tetl .' Miami, Florida, this -' -1
day ". i 'her, \ D i'";"
HARRIET LEVY
,\. \ ciilar) Ext utrlx
:
i da) of ictober, 1969.
. iRTi 'N : ZEMBL
,.( KEMBL, K VCFMAN
& ZEMEL
Attorn) b for Executrix
i. I ii in Road,
Miami, Bt bi I.. Pit i Id
in/:i
of October, A.D. 1969.
ISRAEL ZINKIX and
SYLVAN N HOLTZMAX
By: SYLVAN N HOLTZMAX
As Executors
First publication of thht notict oi
th, 24th da\ of October, 1969.
(KHIDMAX \- HOLTZMAX
SYLVAX N HOLTZMAX, ESgi'IKB
Attorneys for Executors
lioii Concord Bldg.
Miami. Fla :
10/24-31 11 7-14
::
11-21
NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
[he partnership heretofore existing
between JOSE I. MEXEXDEZ and
HAUL LOPBZ under the fictitious
[ame and style of artistic craft,
cated at 4866 Baal Inth Court, lli.i-
"ih. Florida wits dissolved by mutual
. n.soin, .....he :.ii, day of December,
",S
JTOSE I. MKNKNiiFZ has wit li -
"''" from niul has ceased to be
I" ociated in the oarryiiig on of said
L'j im-s as sole stockholder of AH-
STIC CRAFT INC.. a Florida eor-
Mtion. and he is entitled to all of
assets. Including all debts due lo
'I partnership, anil hs HSwDiurd
fl wilt pay all outstanding bushlees
VtgaUona of ARTISTIC crtAKT,
'<-tofore incurred.
JOSE U MENEXDEZ
RAUL LOPEZ
10/31 11/7-14-21
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17862
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRED J RADLBR, JR.
Plaintiff,
SHBILIAH DURDBX RADLBR,
I lel'elldalll.
I'm BHEILIAH DURDBX RADLBR
You. SHE1IJAH DURDEN RADL-
BR, are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fiini
against you, and you an- required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complain I on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, GOLDWORN
ami NEC P.A., P.O. Box 126, 1699
Coral Way, Miami, Florida, 3314S and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of tin Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ..n or before Ihe 1st day
ni Decemer, 1969. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive
e.-l RID LAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tin* -7th day ol October,
A.D. !>".:'
E. B. I.EATHERWAX. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Fterida
By I C P, COPE1.AND
Deputy titsfli
(Circuit Court S;il)
GOI.DW OKN and NBC P.A.
1699 Coral Way
Miami, Florida, 38141
44i-C41
Attorneys for Plaintiff
U'/31 11 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85254
III RE K ':.....'
J M 'Oil Sl< I.' l\V
I I..,., d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors I A IVrsi h 1 la>
ii in- ..i 11 mn i- Again"! Said
I ;-(al I-
i hcreh) notified requii
id presom i) claims
live ..rain-l
. i of JACOB SKI.' >\\
i 'ounty. Florid i o> thi
Judges f l t unl
- i in as pro-
Sectfti 1,16, Fli 'i.i St.. -
:u. n theii offices in ihe
Court I i in l unit i 'ount). Florida,
ni.in six i r i ninths from the
i. pul.Mention
hi ni will hi barred
i a i Miami, Flot Ida, his 11
Inv of Oct t.D
ALVIX I I.OYD SKl.t >\\
MABICE tRICKYl FALK
\- I:-.. cutors
l.t IVIS FALK
\ .......j for E>' cutors
773 X.E si il Street. .Miami. Fla
10/24-31 II
re-
I
'
tou Am er or Pleadl .......n
. i ,i itton
HAROLD -I COHEN, BSO 271
i "oral v. a> Mil m H
file thi ft or l ii
In ii,. iiffit i.i ihe I
cull '"ii"...... I>el i. Ho I lih day
,,l N,.-.,nil .-. I'.,, I, li >..ii foil to do
. by default tt ill be taken
.il: in-l you i l:'
iii the 'omplnlnt.
This in.in shall be pul llsht
each week for lour conse.'Utive weeks
In THE JEWISH li.olMDI.W
I M IX i: A.'D IRDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of October A D.
1969.
I-: It LEATHBRMAX, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad,- County. Florida
By: MARGCHKITE KBXT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
HAROLD J, COHEN
.\t lorn, y for Plaintiff
2761 Coral Way,
.Miami. Fla. 3314:.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tel. 444-4781
1" 17-24-31 II 7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16876
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANTA P. iKIlli' 'N1-;.
Plaintiff,
i'AM \KA N. CERBONE,
1 tefentlanr,
TO: TAMARA N. CBRBOXB
c o I-:. Q. Rumpf
3692 Wren Avenue
t "oncord, California
You. TAMARA N CBRBOXB. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin- Bin of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, MAIt.X FABER,
|o!2 \iiisi.y Building. Minini, Florida,
and file Ihe original Answer or Plead-
ing in ih. office of the 'i. rk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
day of November, IMS II you fail to
tin so. judgment by default "ill he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in Ihe Bill ol Complaint
Th notice shall L- published once
each wet k for fout eoi.seeutlvi wet ks
in THE JEW ISH Fl "RIDIAN
I H INK AND illl lEREl' ill Miami
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11
ih. undersigned, desiring to ei
business under the fictitious name
CAMELOT REALTY at DuPont Phi
Center, Miami, Florida intends to
gister said name i'h the t iei .
Circuit Court ol Datle County, Florii
Dated this TUi day of t Ictoht-i r
STATE-SOCTHER.N nK
FLORIDA, IXC.
(Sol.- i iwner)
lu".-. Dai'..m Plnia i 'enter
.Miami. Floridn 33131
in 17-24-31 ll "
NOTICt UM/t-
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY ':i\ EN II I
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo ci gage
business under the fh.'titious namt
Alien i:t i i.i .i;i;s C >NTII \CTi IKS
i" S.W. 1st Street, Ml mil, Sul
203 mil ....s to i, gtatur
with Hi. i ierk ol the t 'ireuil t oi
I '.>' County, Florida.
ARMANIS CI IRP \S
302H s \\ ,'. -i, ,\i eiiui M ami
I" 17-24
notice of action
in the circuit court of th =
eleventh judicial circui-
of Florida in and for dad-_
county. civil action
No. 69-1/115
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADRIAN \ IACK
I
jam los b ja< :ksi >n,
.......
Tt JAMBS II JACKSON
I' i i. Stri
M.|
\ i u, JAMES I: JAl "KSI 'N,
il II.iii a Bill : <
mi Divorct has bet
-i you and s ou are rei|t
-i rve a copy of -. uui Inr wer
i ading I.. ; lit Bill ol t 'oini .
In Plail attoi lie) .li iSEPH
Bll VNNEN, M-11S Blsca) n- Build ii
Hi West Flagler St., Miami, Fl
and file the original Answer >i Pit
lug in the office of the Clerk ol I
Circuit Court ou* or before the IT
day of November, 1969. it vu i
to do so, judgiiH-ni oy default ^v
I..- taken against you for the relt
demanded in the Bill of Compluh
This notice shall be published oi
each wi-.-k for four consecutive wet
ill THE JEWISH FLORJD1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED ul lliau
Florida ,lhl l'.ih day of Octol
A.D. 1969
E. B LEATHBRMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH C. HKANNION
M- i is Biscaynt Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff
in lT-.t il II '
'
II
I "t'n

.1 i ictnhi r A.D
la, ih
K II I.EATH ERM AN. i. i'l
< i nit i 'out Dade I 'ounty. Fl
It) J .1 NELSON
rida
I | put) '
jit Court Si
i \ Building
Miami, Flor'tlit
- Intlff

I" 17-21 II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ih il
thi n lei H fd desiring to etigagi in
bu until ii- p.M". -.1
ROIIERT : III mis VI.D i li." N-
\\ It;. si Miami, Fla
-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. tf54l9-Clark
In RE: Estate of
H '8EPI1 CANTESANO
a/li a JOSEPH I. CANTESANO,
11< .cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demantb
which vou may have against the
eatate "i JOSEPH CANTESANO
a/K a josr.l'll I. CANTESANO de-
ceased late of Dole County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- County,
and flic tin- same in duplicate nnd as
pro> nl.-.i in Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices m the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within sin calendar months from the
time i th* first publication hereof,
or the s.i!iw will be barred,
I... .1 .i i Miami Florida, this luih
da) -'i ictobar, A d 1969
KITH CANTESANO
As administratrix
Flral publli atlon ol iliis noji. i
the M dav .>t t'- tol r, |969
SPA RUHR AND ROSaCIN, P.A.
Attoraei s for
Ul'TH CANTB8ANO
lilO Noi ih Biscayne Boulevard
Miam: Florida
19/24-31 ii 7-14
iln i i
. i i in n i i "nun oi Dadi t 'ou it)
Fl.....
Ill IBERT f! HYAMS M D P V
SPARBER AND lb 'SKi\ i \
\i i..in. \ I... Applb
Hill III, en lie 111' .1
Florida
I" in. '7 :'l 31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16644
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CLIFTI IN E, RAFF! >RD
Plaint ii f,
NANCY DART.ENE RAFFORD
I ii fi-niliinl",
YOl*. NANCY DARLEXE RAF-
'i ii:i i res di in addi .....I Harker
Port Huron. Michigan: are requir-
ed to file your answer to the com-
; plaint for divorce with Ihe clerk of
the above court and st i v. ii copy
thereof upon. HBR.MAX COHEN,
I*SO.. 1310-1] Congress Bldg., Miami,
Florida "ii or before November 1".
I'.,:.. ,,r else complaint iU be taken
as confessed,
DATED: Octobei 7th,
H II I EATHKKMAX
fieri, ol tht t'lr. nil Court
B) C P CnI'i:i.\ND
1" 16-17-24-31
COPY OUICK
INSTANT rTHNTfRS
f Fsrr rftiNT.NG photo cos
While Taw Wait.'
Suite l-A, M.B. FimL Buileing
S34-2f}6
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
TCRNBR KINDELL,
Plaintiff,
HENRIETTA KINDELL, i
I.. fendant.
in HENRIETTA KINDELL
.. Eugene Williams
Rout.- 3
Madison, ieorgia
Y..,i. HENRIETTA KINDELL,
ht-reli) notified that a Bill ol Co
plaint for Divorce has l.....;i I
-i you. and you are required
scrvi .1 cop) oi your Answer or Pier
Ina to Ihe Bill of Complaint on I
Plaintiff's attorney, THOMAS
JOHNSON Dl'.N'N AND JtiHNSO.'
Hi; ii Building, Mlnm I
nnd : rlglnti \ flee of the Cl
. -a o..... before Ihe 17
da) ol N..\. ml., i-. I'".: li j .-u
tin -... judgment by di fi u
1 you for Ihe relii
- Khali i pul -I
each Week for foUl ....
in THK IEW1SH I'l IRIDI \ V
DONE VND ORDERED n
I.i- 3rd dm oi Oi
K !' LEATHBRMAX, I
,; I I I. fll COU 1) '
By: M E B< "XSTEI N.
a i > Clerk
. Court Seal i
i |tl- nyni i luildlng
i nr do 33130
i' al itlff
in 10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUSuICA I ION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I ASI.KN KITIIAMA V LEE,
I "...i
HEXRY FRANKLIN LEE,
:.. fcudant,
TO HENR* FRANKLIN LEB
.' I Bel in.nl
Detroit, Michigan 18 -
You, HENRY FRANKLIN LEE
I., i. by notlfii 'I that -i Bill of I 'on
plaint for Divorce has been lilt
Insl you, and your are required I
serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleud-
uui I., ihe Bill' "f Complain! on I
i plaintiff's attorney, Law Officet
, I'aii. I't ILL M K. Suite in", l'oti
Northwest 7th Street, .Miami, Florida
and flit the original Answt i -
Ph adlng in the offl.....f the Clerk of
! the I'm un Court "ti or hi fi
17ill da) i N... ember, 1969, you
ail to do so. judgment by defau
, ,-, ill I., taken against you for I
relief demanded in the Bill of ('on.-
! plaint.
This notice shall be published on.
leach week for four consecutive weeka
in Till-: JEWISH FLORlDtAN,
DOXB AND ORDERED il Mian
Florida, Un.- 18th da) of October A p
; 1969.
*t k I KATIU'IRMAN. Clerk
, Circuit Court, Dade County, Fsi
By: MAROUBRITE KENT
I n'ir.-uit Court Seal)
P Ml. I'i ILLACK
I7i. X W 7th Street
Miami, Florida :;r:is",
* .i ,f\ on plaintiff
il, 17-24-S1 ll 7
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