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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
42 Number 45
Miami. Florida Friday, November 7, 1969
Two Sections Price 22c
wish Federation
rarks 75th Year
YORK (WNS) The
of Jewish Federations
Welfare Funds will mark
anniversary of the Jew-
eration movement in the
[States when it meets in
|Nov. 12-17 for its 38th
Assembly.
f/F president Louis J.
"The host city is, fit-
i Boston, where the first
Federation was estab-
1895. providing the pat-
more than 220 Jewish
ions and Welfare Funds
more than 2.000 United
Ind Communit/ Chests
listing in the United
tnd Canada.
than 1.500 communal
om 800 communities in
Iteri States. Canada and
Bintries will not only i n*
As8embly to note the
Sous achievement during
years, but even more
fcnt from this perspective,
what we must fact a:; I
in the present and in
i." Mr. Fox said.
|i the issues to be dis-
til- Ass( mbly are:
|rn nt Middle East ten-
|)i Ir impact on human
nd the implications for
Jon and Welfare Fund
ns in 1970. Discussions
?ased on the finding and
recommendations of the Confer-
ence on Human Needs, held in
Jerusalem at which Israel's cur-
rent and future needs in immi-
gration, welfare, health, educa-
tion and housing and the plight
of Jews in Eastern Europe and
the Arab states was discussed.
Government's role and that
of private individuals in solving
social and economic problems in
the United States and Canada.
F> deration programs to
strengthen Jewish Life in North
Ameiica and the Free World.
Federation programs to in-
volve university students and
faculty in Jewish communal life'.
Action to carry out the
recommendations of OJFWF's
National Committee on Jewish
Education intended to strength-
en Jewish education through ad-
equate' financing and greater
quality.
Other subjects will deal with
d< velopment of young leadership
the impact of current tax legisla-
tion or. philanthropic giving, wo-
men in communal service. Fed*
< ration endowment fund pro-
grams, Federation-United Fund
relationships, Jewish cultural vclopment, and hialth plan
Th< Larg City B tdgeting Con-
ference will hold budget review
sessions with major national
agencies at the Assembly.
ENCOUNTERS TOUGH TALK FROM GAHAL
Mrs. Meir Begins The Task
Of Forming Her New Cabinet
immando Raids Net
>rael 11 Prisoners
AVIV 'JTA) Th-ec
^do raids into Egyptian
well behind the lin>-.
yen Israel 11 Egyptian
and a strong birgain-
:n securing the release
^sraeli pilots heid by the
Previous negotia-
the release of the two
re proved unavailing.
ring the same pattern,
the three raids was
[inducted with speed and
reaching specified ob-
well behind the Egyp-
and were completed
successfully without Israeli cas-
ualties.
The first raid was carried c>it
against military positions at Ras
Abu Darag on the Gulf of Suez
the night of Oct. 22. Three
Egyptian soldiers were renorted
killed. The second, the night of
Oct. 25. hit an Egyptian trans-
port on the Safaga Keena road
which links the Nile Valley and
the west coast of the Gulf of
Suez and the Red Sea. Four ve-
hicles were destroyed in this
sortie, and 11 Egyptian civilians,
Continued an Po 11-A
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's
Premier Golda Meir has en-
countered tough talk from Ga-
hal (the Herut-Liberal a'ign-
ment' in the first stages of
forming her new Cabinet, and
some members of her dominant
Israel Labor Party are express-
ing reservations about the de-
sirability of including Gahal in
the new government.
The United Labor Party,
whose alignment with the left-
ist. Marxist Mapam came out of
the national election for the sev-
enth Knesset with less than a
majority, is in a weakened posi-
sition and is expected to face
Ion?: and tough negotiations over
the composition of the new
Cabinet.
The rightist Gahal will not
,,:, to new widely-basei co-
alition b lilt upon the basic poll ">'
Poale Zion,
Farband LZO
Join JLC
NEW YORK 'JTA)- The Jew-
ish Labor Committee i JLC) end-
ed its 35th anniversary biennial
convention here after approv-
ing the ainlation with it of the
Poale Zion United Labor Zionist
Organization and Farband. the
Labor Zionist fraternal order.
The JLC elected Chailes Zim-
merman. 72. as its president to
succeed the late Adolph Held.
The affiliation of Poale Zion
and Farband will add 35.000
members to the JLC which re-
presents 500.000 Jewish mem-
bers of the AFL-CIO and 65.000
Jewish families in the Work-
men's Circle and the United He-
brew Trades.
The 500-de legate convention
was greeted at its opening Fri-
day with a message from Presi-
Centinued en Pas* t>-fl
GOLDA MEIR
of th outgoing Labor*
minated G >v mment of Na-
tional Unity, it was learned.
: is expected to demand
: >ur mini! tries: at pn s nt it has
Ministcrs-Without-
Portfolio in t Cabinet. Labor-
ites, en the other hand, say th it
the presence of Gahal in the
Cabinet would introduce a brake
on government activity, esprc.al-
ly in foreign affairs. Gahal is in
favor of annexation of the oc-
cupied territ'>ri->s.
The National Religious Party
. third strongest in the
new parliament, is a likely and
important factor in the next
Cabinet. The NRP. which hys
picked up an extra Knesset seat
with the counting of the sol-
diers vote, giving it 12 to Ca-
nal's 26, has demanded a b*n
on television broadcasts on the
Sabbath as its price for joining
a coalition. When Mrs. Meir met
With the NRP he-ad. Minister of
Interior Moshe Shapiro, some
Israeli newspapers ro|>orted that
she had surrendered totally to
the Orthodox demands, pledging
that television would not "
crate" the Sabbath Other n
papers claimed Mrs. Meir gave
Mr. Shapiro only "vague assur-
ances" that TV would not in-
terfere with tra litional ob
ance Of the Sabbath. Bui : >s1
observers believe it is a virtual
certainty that there wil be no
TV this Friday night, tin- date
.^n which a seven-day broadcast*
ii schedule was supposed to
go into effect.
Concessions to the Orthodox
have already been made in Tel
Aviv where the Labor alignment
created a coalition with a ma-
jority of one seat in the 31-
member City Council after los-
ing two in the election. The NRP
was ieft out of the Tel Aviv eo-
I "ii which is now compose I >l
Labor, the Independent Liber*
Continued on Pago 8-A
Lebanon Cease-Fire Is
Seen As No Solution
JERUSALEM (JTA1 -- Top-
level sources in Israel believe
the present c:ase-fire between
Palestinian guerrillas and the re-
gime of President Charles Helou
h Lebanon h ts settled nothing.
The struggle for control con-
tinues, with President HeJou
st"ding firm against the guer-
rillas and a large part of the
Lebanese population apparently
>LPA Files Brief In High Court Taxation Case
YORK (JTAiThe Na-
1 Jewish Commission on
htf Public Afairs announc-
it had filed a friend of
St" brief in a suit before
kiited States Supreme
{which contends that ex-
from real estate taxes
jious Institutions violates
Institution's church-state
Bon princi] le. Julius Ber-
tOLPA president, said his
ad been filed on behalf of
ar.d nine other national
organisations. The brief
that "tax exemption for
owned by religio is
it ions and associations
fetitutionally mandatory."
^1 J< wisli organizations
fiU d similar briefs.
suit before the Supreme
which Mr. Berman saiel
[insider ?d one of the most
important church-state tests to
come before the court in this
decade was brought by Fred-
ei ick V.'alz, a New York tax-
payer. He sued the New York
City Tax Commission, claiming
that tax exemption he was at-
tacking violated the First
Amendment. Mr. Berman said
that the COLPA brief declares
that Ni w York's constitutional
and statutory taxing provisions
"do not grant a unique or peculi-
ar tax stati's to religious cor-
porations vis-a-vis ether chari-
ties which are not religious by
nature. They simply assign pro-
perty owned by religious or-
ganizations precisely the same
tax status as that enjoyed by
secular non-profit charitable ar.d
educational institutions."
He added that the COLPA
brief contends that "a denial of
tax exemption on account of the
religious nature of the claimant
organization would violate the
First and Fourteenth Amend-
ments. If tax exemption w re
denied to synagogue and church
property while being retained
for buildings operateet for 'scii
tific, literary, bar association.
library, patriotic (and) histori-
( al' purposes or for non-religious
'charitable' anel 'benevolent'
purposes (including those d -
voted to moral or mental im-
provement of men ar.d women' i.
it would only be because of the
religious nature of the owning
organization and the religious
purpose for which the building
is to be used. Such a singling
out of religious activity and
property necessary for the exer-
e si of religion would be im-
permissibly discriminatory."
The nine organizations joining
in the COLPA brief were listed
as the Union of Orthodox Rabbis
t,f the ti.it- d States and Canada,
ath Israt i of America. Na-
tional Council of Young Israel.
. Ii : Ag idath Israel of Ami ri-
ca, Torah Umesorah the Na-
tional Society of Hebrew Day
s, and th Union i I ( irtho*
dox Jewish Congregations of
America. Mr. Berman express d
the gratitudi of the Orthoelox
Jewish community to Nathan
Lewin, a COPLA vice-president
and former deputy assistant at-
torney in thi Justice Depart-
m< nt, for action as special
. i iPLA for the brief.
backing him. according to these
sources, which also claimed the
crisis in Lebanon is being di-
rected by the Soviet Union,
which se^ks to undermine Leba-
non's sovereignty. Syria, they
aid, is playing an active role.
but will not move its army into
Lebanon in the present circum-
stances. Syria, they claim, pre-
fers to let the Palestinian El
Fatah and Damascus-sponsored
A! Saiqa guerrilla group handle
the situation for the present
Syria i* providing the approx-
imately 5.000 trained guerrillas
in Lebanon with guns, food and
transportation. The Al Saiqa Is
under the command of Raif Alo-
wani, a detached Syrian Army
officer.
'.. ports from Cairo quoted of-
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Fiiday, November 7, 1969
rjenisii fkridlinr,
Page 3-A
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
GOLDA MEIR
A new t>o in the hi story of lh,
Keen KoyemetS opened some
the
= '
)tO'i OflO in tne Signing
ic*enant between the St ate of
!rcel end the Jewish Notionol
F^nd. The agreement between
e Karen Kayemeth and the
!s*oel Government extends the
'.naamental principle of the
JNF-the principle of the in-
t lenability of the soil which
Sell ntver be sold in perpetuity
c-.c shall remain the property
of the nation-to serve as the
foundation of the entire ograrion
rrg ~ke agreement opened before
|h JNF o vast field of activity
cie its work was greatly stimu-
Ic'ed by the sublime idaol of
p conquest of our country's
.fsert which shall be trans-
lr*-ied into cultivable, fertile
i z smiling fields.
J.H.F. GAVE US ISRAEL
GIVE TO J.N.F.
World Jewry
Supports
J.N.F.
v^.
lorder sttleieets for defeese.
Roods ei borders for o'eflist.
Forests for defuse.
Lead Eocloaotioi.
MOSHE DAYAN
IEN 6URI0N
ITZHACK RAIIN
SUPPORT JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Your Link With Immortality
Support J.N.F. to Redeem the Soil and the Soul of Israel.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
IS THE FOUNDATION OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
Build Frontier Settlements Roods on Frontiers-
Plants Forests of Defense Reclaims the Desert Lands
Protects the Borders of Israel.
ZALMAN SHAZAR
The Jewish Notionol rund a'"'-r
hoving established for itself a
great record achievement on
behalf of Isroel has now toV.n
upon itself a new task of re-
storing and reviving the Central
Areo of the Golilee. This tos'n,
if moy be said, is of crucial im-
portance to the very existe-Te
and future of the State of Israel.
It is in the Galilee as well as in
the Negev that all future pos-
sibilities of the Land of Israel
owoit realization. Their reels--
otion and redemption Iron
waste and ruin will rebound *>
the inestimable benefit of t~s
whole land of Isroel.
Moy Gi d bless and strengtr**.^
the hands of all those who na<
a port in the restoration of t~*
Lond of Israel and the peo?!
o f I sroel
DO YOU HAVE A SHARE IN J.N.F ?
Through J.N.F. every Jew owns land in Israel, rt is on J.N.F. load that Israel was established and
coatiaaes to grow. Israel needs the J.N.F. ta reclaim the remaining deserts which constitute over two-thirds
of Israel. J.N.F. aoeds your help aad sapport-aow. Give to J.N.F. yojr
WE URGE YOU TO SUPPORT J.N.F. NOW
JOIN THE REDEEMERS OF ISRAEL
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND ANNUAL BANQUET
On SUNDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1969, at 6 P.M. FONTAINEBLEAU
Guest Speaker: SIR BARNETT JANNER, Senior Member British Parliament
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Dr. Irving Lehran
chairaiai,
JNF Feaedatiea
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, 420 LINCOLN ROAD
Mayer Jay Deriaer,
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Number 44
26 HESHVAN
Voters Stay With Winning Team
The election in Israel went pretty much as the experts
had predicted. Premier Golda Meir's Labor alignment lost
some seats and was unable to gain an absolute majority
in the Knesset, but still remains the dominant political unit.
The shift to the rightwhich also was an indication of
the desire for a harder line toward the Arabswas not
great enough to cause any problems, although Gahal's
leader, Menahim Begin, saw it as growing recognition ot
his party's policy of permanent settlement in those areas
taken by Israel during the Six-Day War. There are many,
of course, in the Labor alignment who agree with this
essentially right-wing view, and the election has strength-
ened their hand as well.
What is brought out by this election is the fact that the
voters of Israel again have approved the middle-course
charted by Golda Meir and Abba Eban, giving it, in effect,
a strong vote of confidence. At this time of heightened
crisis in the Middle East, the Israel electorate wisely de-
cided io stay with a winning team which has proved itself
under the most trying conditions.
First Step Taken By Teddy Kollek
Municipal elections in Israel were highlighted by the
victory of Teddy Kollek in Jerusalema triumph attributed
in part to the astonishing turnout of an estimated 8,000
East Jerusalem Arabs who cast their ballots.
The significance of this large vote, with its long-range
those who defied terrorist death threats feared Israeli re-
those who defied terorist death threats feared Israeli re-
prisals for their refusal to vote even more (although this
fear was without foundation). But their opportunity to have
a voice in the choice of their Council and their Mayor was
a demonstration of the difference between living under the
rule of the Middle East Arabs and the democratic govern-
ment of Israel.
Adding to the whole picture, it seems to us, was Kol-
lek's electioneering like a ward politician in the Arab
sector, even arranging for transportation to "get out the
vote." For if there is to be peace in Israel's control of Jeru-
salemor any other former Arab territoryit will come
only as the Arab people are made to understand that the
Israelis come only in peace and are ready to share the
fruits of that peace democratically.
Jerusalem's Teddy Kollek took an essential first step
by including former enemies as part of the action.
One Group Lived Up To Its Promise
Unlike its Conservative and Orthodox lay counter-
parts, the Reform movement's Union of American Hebrew
Congregations has made it plain that it looks to its rabbin-
ical association for leadership in providing chaplains for
Jewish men in the American military service.
With the exception of the Reform group, the rabbinate
has failed to fulfill its guota of chaplains, a fact which we
have deplored. We commend the lay leadership of the
UAHC for requesting that its rabbinical association con-
tinue to keep its agreement, entered into some 25 years
ago, in spite of the natural reluctance of the Reform rabbis
to be the only ones to do so. Their resolution, voted at the
recent convention in Miami Beach, does not dictate the
method by which such services should be provided, but
its tone is unmistakable.
Comment
Accent on Youth is as apt a
short summary of the recently
concluded convention of the
Union of American Hebrew c on-
gregations as I can think of
From Chairman Karl Morse's ex-
pression of pleased anticipation
of their active participation, as
he opened the 50th G.n.ral As-
sembly of the Reform associa-
tion, to Brandeis University
President Morris Abram's some-
what jaundiced view of our
young during his address at the
concluding banquet, concern
about the Jewish adolescent was
overwhelmingly evident.
So were the young delegates.
They penetrated the forums
which discussed the assembly's
philosophical theme of a chang-
ing synagogue in a changing
world and. at times, seemed to
dominate the business sessions
which dealt with the pragmatic
issues that confront the nearly
century-old UAHC. So much so
that, as the convention drew to
its usual chaotic close there
was strong evidence of an adult
backlash.
Abram was obviously aware
of the leaflet distributed by
Several Concerned Youth Dele-
gates" before the banquel at
which he spoke and expri ssi d
his concern about over-emphasiz-
ing the capability ol the young
to provide real leadership. "Do
we need this c laborate. osti nta-
tions setting ithe Fontaineblcaul
to .any out business?" they ask-
ed "Do we not belie the high
(,1US1S to which we have com-
Stted ourselves bj lavishing
this opulent extravaganza on
ourselves?
The total outlay ol tins con-
vention must far exceed the en-
tire annual budget of the youth
department of the I AHC..
v.v bellev. it requires a $46,000
annual expenditure for college
vouth and on the very same
night a concert which clearly
cost a comparable sum. II not
significantly more than that,
and so on, including a comment
that "Our religious schools die ol
strangulation while our Bar
Mitzvah receptions grow like
cancer." etc.
The youthful idclism which
could produce such a document
was. in Itself, an endorsement
of the Abram viewpoint. Earlier
in the week the young delegates,
who caucused constantly and
voted as a bloc most of the time,
had lent strong support to the
UAHC establishment's unsucces-
sful i fforl to gel a 50 percent
increase in dues from the con-
gregations. The less idealistic
adults challenged the notion of
ro-structuring dues without n -
struct mini; the bureaucracy, for
while they would agree with the
young people thai different
priorities are the order of a
i-han i .- syi and i
ji v. ish community
non thi > arc awai
thai adding more money to the
by EDWARD COHEN
pot is rarely the best answer,
Snapping programs | ,.
eedures. but few Institutions
ever consider that met
While they often ta. d too
much or over-reacted
issues, and took advantage of a
favorable climate, this much
could be said of many
who carried impress! adult
lay or rabbinic credent:
are the- haraTir* rltf ...
cratically-run conventi
Jewish conventions I. -
aids seem even cjeat.
By and lame, this p coring
elfort of the Reform I
was a good one for t; young
people, if they did not! else,
goaded and stimulated I
gates in a way which other
convention of this
body has done in recent emory,
When one debated I letnam,
si lective conscientious i tjection,
drafting chaplains, rellg
ition and other iss last
week it vvas unlike thi di
on the same issues at | isl con-
ventions. The people s
might l>o affected wen
tiicv were there.
And wlun was the
the "ostentatiou ;, dab'
> >t the Fontainebl
was the scene ol a tvvo-i
..;. I ol fol .
igio in which
(he young but hundn
old joined In a deepl;
.! i experii nee?
|.

MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Th re was
a revealing episode the other
day, at one of the White House
meetings for congressional lead-
ers. House Majority Leader Carl
Albert (D-Okla.l remarked in
connection with the anti-Yict
Nam moratorium that "the par-
ticipants included a lot ol hones!
Americans, but also quite a lo1
of anti-Americans."
President Nixon visibly lit up
when he heard Albert's fairly
offhand remark. "You think that
too, do you Carl?" he said with
obvious agreement.
What the episode revealed, of
couise, nas Ih Presidi nt's
virtion that "anti-Americans"
are pla ii a cot siderable role
in the incrcasingl) noisy op|iosi-
lion to his Yi' i Nan: policy and
his defense program. The recenl
belligi rency ol Vice President
Spun Agnew in tact lanlv near-
ly reflects the real Nixon view-
point.
The Vice President's prc-
moratorium statement, demand-
ing thai the demonstrators firm-
ly repudiate the open letter ol
encouragement written by Pham
Van Done, was carefully planned
at the White House. Thus \
iK w's first attack (fi
hed. one must add. by I vtra-
ordinary character of I
Vi< tnamese Prime M
open letterl was dii
couraged by Mr. Nixoi
li is difficult to Bay f
the Vice President
0\ I i interpreted this d
uieiit. His New Orleans '
against "impudent snob.'
peace movement, and In-
eiation of Sen. Edmund
stand on testing MII'.Y
independently targeted
vehiclei warheads, wei
ly not planned at th
I louse in the manner ol
oratorium statement
"Hut even if the Pn -
doubts about the poll',
in'.;, he could not be rea
ab,,ut what the Vice I1
said, because it is ju -
what he thinks."
Such was the commei I if
ol the two or thrt e m< '
Mr. Nixon who n ally I
mini! in these matte HiiS
raises an interesting i
about the probable dui
the Cheshire cat-liki
above the battle that t
dent has almost col
taken since he ente
White House. Mr. Nix tt'S "I"
ponents appear to tin
his natural stance, bee
judge him to be a tin
with a strong diltasl'
litical gut-fighting.
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stance
Presi-
uousiy
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dei-stand how anyone (
this of Richard M. N
any rate, anyone who
memory of the Nixon r
a gut-fighter in the past
is that the Cheshire it-Re
stance was adopt) d by t '':'
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Friday, November 7,
Lebanon Cease-Fire Is
Seen As No Solution
Miracle Lodge Picwc Set
will hold its annual picnic at the
s,om> shelter in Mathcson Ham-
mock Sunday. b,-RinmnR_atjwon.
Edward I. Camner and Robert ;
Freeman, cochairmen. haw ,'
letie contpsts. entertainment ani
a steak cookout planned for (*,
day.
Miami Beach Votes
To Retain Its Mayor
Jay Dernier was the overwhelm-
ing choice of Miami Beach voters
to retain his position as mayor
with a nearly four-to-one margin
over attorney Ellis Rubin in Tues-
day's flection. Mayor Dormer car-
ried every precinct and the un-
official tally showed 18,966 votes
to Mr. Rubin's 5,253.
Of the three incumbent council-
men, only Paul Seiderman made it |
into the Nov. 18 runoff election,
where he will face United Tenants'
League President Herbert Magnes
foi the Group 3 seat.
Vice Mayor Joseph Malek and
cour.cilman Malvin Englander did
riot do as welleach finished third
ir. his respective race.
Runoff opponents in Group 1
will be attorney Jerome Green and
radio commentator Sam Gyson. In
Group 2, the voters will be casting
their ballots for either advertising
executive Robert Goodman or Ben
Grenald, owner of a drug store
chain.
(Continued from Page 1-A)
filial Egyptian sources as say-
ing that the Lebanese Army
and Palestinian commandos had
reached agreement on all points
of dispute between them. This
would free guerrillas based in
Lebanon to continue their at-
tacks on Israel in spite of the
danger of Israeli retaliation.
The Israeli newspaper Yediot
Achronot declared Israel would
not tolerate a situation which
would leave the guerrillas free
to launch strikes on its terri-
tory without retaliating in force.
Israel's warning that it will not
tolerate "lawlessness'' on its
northern border was repea'ed by
high level sources, who said Is-
rael intends to guard the lives
well-being and security of all
its citizens. Political sources said
Premier Golda Melr. who called
a high-level conference on the
Lebanese crisis, would make her
policy clear in a message to
President Helou which would
say that Lebanon could expect
Israel to retaliate swiftly for
any terrorist incursions.
avmc.
U.ilJUH'Y
Poale Zion,
Farband LZO
Join JLC
(Continued from Page 1-A)
der.t Richard M. Nixon who
hoik-d the JLC's efforts "to bring
to those who have been left out
or behind the benefits of our
social and economic life." Is-
ratl's Premier Golda Meir cabled
a message of greeting, saying,
"As you go forth with renewed
strength and solidarity in the
task of ever extending social
justice with equality in human
society, our ancient Biblical
teachings about social justice
and the contemporary achieve-
ments of Labor Zion in Israel
are our joint dedication and in-
spiration."
The affiliation of Poale Zion
and the Farband with the JLC
was recommended in a report
by the organization's national
executive committee, submitted
to the convention by Emanuel
Muravchik, executive director.
The two Labor Zionist groups
had requested affiliation in Nov-
ember, 1968. The national execu-
tive committee's report noted
that there were no ideological
reasons to oppose affiliation. It
pointed out in its recommenda-
tion that affiliation "would make
the JLC for the first time the
spokesman for the entire demo-
cratic Jewish labor movement in
the U.S. and this would signi-
ficantly increase our stature in
American Jewish life and our
power within the various co-
ordinating bodies- national, in-
terrational and local."
Doyon Casting On Display
A bronze casting of Gen. Moshe
Dayan, a copy of the original by
Dr. Alfred Richman which was I
presented to Israel's military lead-
er in 1965, was given to Morris N.
Broad, chairman of the board of i
the First National Bank of Bay
Harbor, recently. Mr. Broad has j
put it on display at the bank.
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INAUGURAL DINNER
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of the HISTADRUT Celebration In Israel
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National Vice-President
Honorary Chairman
Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida
HON. HANOCH GIVTON
Minister Plenipotentiary
from Israel to the
United Nations
DR. MICHAEL SOSSIN
President, Israel
Histadrut Council
of South Florida
This historic dinner will launch the celebration of 50 years of Pioneering by that
great heart of Israel-the Histadrut We will pay homage to the men and women of Israel
who work ,n the kibbutzim and m the c.ties; who serve in the armed forces of Israel, in the
hospitals and schools; who have reclaimed a wasteland and built a New Society in the Jewish
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Maccabiah Games
Athletes To Be
Honored At T
Miami athletes who participat-
ed i:i the Eighth Maccabiah Games
in Isiacl this summer "ill !-
honored at ;i receptim, Monday,
m. in i)n' grated ballroom of
the YM-YWHA at 8300 S.W. Sili
St.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Derm-
(!. h irary member of the
Maccabiah, will make iii<' pre-
tations to Cathy Cole, swim-
ming: Rebecca Seitlin, swimming;
Meir Begins--
Task, Forming
>*ew Cabinet
i oiiliimi (I from Pan*' 1-A)
ilf the Ben Gurion state list
;m the latter, it was agreed that
some services that function on
Saturdays would tx' partially
closed or that tickets would
have earlier.
Gahal's success was not con-
fined to th> national scene. It
won the mayoral contests in
K.miat Gan, a suburb of Tel
A\ :v. in Nathany.-.. Salad. Ash-
dirfl. Kiryat Malaehi and Rishon
LeZion. The results of the sol-
s' vote, announced last night
In the Central Elections Com-
mittee, reduced the Labor-
Mapam Alignment representa-
tion in the Knesset to 5j seats
from the 5S they appeared to
have won. Gahal, too. dropped
from 27 to 26 seats. The NRP
gained one seat. The so-called
State List ol former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion went
from three to four seats. There
were no changes in other fac-
tions. But the total number of
se: ts so far allocated amounts
to 118. The remaining two arc
pxpected to go to one of more
of the three smallest lists -Five
Center, Haolam Ha/eh and Is-
rael Communists- -when the bal-
ance of soldiers" votes and those
cast by Israeli sailors at sea are
counted.
Reception committee chairman Norman
Kasser is shown with some oi the Maccabiah
Games participants who will be honored at
a banquet Monday night. From left are Re-
becca Seitlin. Mr. Kasser, Rana Epstein, Jay
Rickles and Laurie Segal.
Friday, November 7, 196C
Draft Comedy .
Opens Friday
"The Gay Deceivers," a comedy
about two youths who attempt i >
evade the draft starring Kevin
Coughlin, Larry Casey and Bro
, Handy, opens Friday at Womet i
! Miami. Miracle. 163rd Street I
lyle, Gateway. Hallandali ai I
; Boca Raton theatres. Als i i
ii after a week delaj is "t
2,000" at the May fair, Suns i i
Normandy theatres.
A plot to rob a major Las Vep ;
casino is the theme of "Hell's \
.;,N Hit" starring Tom St< n,
fercmy Slate. Conny Van Dyko
i Md Steve Sandor which op ns I
th Coral Way. 27th Avcmu a i
North Andrews Drive Ins.
Held over for its 20th week is
Fenny Girl" at Twin 2 and "Olh -
i i" contim* s for its 19th u ,
at Twin 1. "The Battle of Bril
i.. in its second week at the Surf,
Rana Epstein, tennis; Ed Rubin-
off, tennis. Laurie Segal, gymnas-
tics; Bruce Fleischer, golf; Jay
Rickles, golf, and Dean Alexand-
i r, fencing.
Isadore Wasserman, regional di-
rt ctor of the United States Mac-
cabiah Games Fund will be honor*
i d for his work on behalf of the
games.
The Eighth Maccabiah Games
presented a 20-event Olympic style
program with competition for men
and women in fencing, golf, gym-
astics, lawn bowling, shooting,
swimming and diving, table tennis,
tennis track and field, and volley-
ball. Originated in 1932. the sanies
were staged In 1935, 1950, 1953,
1957, 1961 and 1965.
Mentz Beginning
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business, hits come out of semi-
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Mayor's Safety Committee of Mi-
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Friday. November 7, 1969
fJewlstl Fkirticfliidiin
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Tight For Sight" Passes Milestones
"Fighl for Sight," a foundation
with iii' purpose of encouraging
and financing eye research, passed
two significant milestones this
year.
The oi-Rani/ation awarded S294.-
593 in 1969 for 75 basic and clinic-
al research projects in opthal-
mology and its related sciences
bringing it over the 1.000 mark in
\lsop
Continued from Pag* 4-A
ident with his usual lon-headed
calculation, in order to get peo-
plo to "lower their voices," as
hi said in his inaugural address.
Furthermore, he has maintained
that stance with greal difficulty.
fol it iloes not correspond to his
natui al inclinations.
He has no illusions about the
country's desire to net the Viet-
namese war over with as soon
as |x>ssible. but he is also known
to considerand consider quite
rightly that many of the loud-
er opiHJtients of his Vietnam
policy belong to groups that the
vast majority of middling Ameri-
cana regard as "anti-American,"
just as he does.
Thus the ehanos are that at
Mime point down the toad, prob-
ably not iii his announced speech
on Nov. ,'f, but whenever the op-
losition gives the right pretext,
that t.i. President himself will
adopt a mon belligerent stance.
pr- text may in fact pro-
\ ided bj the IK w round of anti-
> ar di monstrat ions in mid-
No\ i inb( i.
The real leaders i'l mi |-
November will be the members
el ihe "New Mobilization to End
the War m Vietnam," better
w n .i- M' 'lIK. These are, in
the main, extremists very dif-
t rent In outlook and character
i?om the pi ople who played the
ii .uri role in the Oct. 15 Mora-
torium I'>>'. < >i" at numbers of
their ndhesjtnt* hiimiIiu eapsot*
d to join in the planned march
on Washington, and outbreaks
of \ iolence w ill tm- cxcewlini
difficult to prevent.
i ne of Atty. Gen. John Mitch-
< ll's assistants. J.)hn Dean, has
bt'< n working haul with the
Mi'Hi: leaders to get agreement
ilans for the march on Wash-
ington that will assure peace
and order. Dean thinks he will
succeed in his effort, which is
quite sincere. But ii he does not
succeed, and the marchers in-
dulge in violence, this could well
l>c the pretext tor the Pr< sident
to adopt a tougher political
-lame.
The wise and incisive analyst
ol American political trends.
Richard Scammon, not long ago
made the pithy remark: "Sure.
the middling Americans don't
like the war; but there are two
things they dislike much more
st dent protests and black mili-
tants."
As a political analyst, the
President is on a par with Scam-
mon. And even if the November
demonstrations end tranquilly,
somewhere or other some group
or other will end by playing into
the President's hands.
number of awards and S:;.-"> million
mark in monies.
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the United Slates and three other
countries.
Applications for the 1970 awards
year are being accepted until Mar.
1 for the June review. Commence-
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ships is usually Sept. 1.
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the 30-49 age group, will bold a
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17. at the Kunaway Bay Club,
1819 79th St. Cans.way. Miami
Beach. (
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Friday, November 7, 1SB9
Our Film folk:
fcy HERBERT G. lUfT
Another Dayan In The Limelight
THE YOUNGEST son of Israel's
Minister Moshe Dayan, Assaf
Dayan and his wife, Arona. who
are in this country on a public ap-
pearance tour in connection with
the release of "A Walk With Love
and Death." in which he costars
with Angelica Huston, 18, daugh-
ter of director John Huston, were
introduced to the press corps at a luncheon at the
20th Century-Fox studios in Beverly Hills.
Assaf, 24, has appeared in two Israeli documen-
taries, the Israeli feature film "He Walked Through
the Fields." the Italian production "Five Days in
Sinai," and the Greek motion, picture "The Day the
Fish Came Out (which deals with the end of civili-
zation through an atomic disaster) and was seen in
Lewis John Carlino's "Telemachus Clay" on the Je-
rusalem stage before joining Huston's production
unit for the filming of Hans Koningsberger's novella.
And after completing "A Walk With Love and
Death." he played the title role in "Death of a Jew,"
a contemporary spy story dealing with an under-
cover agent caught in Arab territory, produced in
Tel Aviv. He is to direct an English-language film
based on the Hebrew short story translated as "Sun-
set Train" upon his return to Israel.
The son of a military leader is a man of peace,
yet he realized that his small country has to stand
up and fight in order to survive, and he has made
his contribution by serving in Israel's armed forces.
John Huston said he was unaware he was cast-
ing the son of Israel's Defense Minister when he
selected a "dark curly-haired Mediterranean boy
with a flashing smile" in the role of medieval trou-
bador Heron de Foix, a student at the Sorbonne
who did not see eye-to-eye with the faculty and be-
came a drop-out in the year 1358. choosing to make
his way to another country in search of an educa-
tional institution where he could have freedom of
expression. The story, they believe, reflects the pre-
dicament young students find themselves in today,
and the problems to which their elders have con-
tributed.
Right after the first of the year, Mr. Huston is
going to the Holy Land on the invitation of Gen.
and Mrs. Dayan. He will visit the country, with a
special view of its archaeological achievements an
interest he shares with Gen. Dayan. After making
so many war pictures, he joked, he could very well
take over the Israeli Army for a while and give the
Defense Minister a much-needed rest. Then he
added, more seriously, that he is extremely fond of
Assaf Dayan. and plans to make more pictures with
him in coming years.
Jack Benny, emcee at the Motion Picture and
Television Industry's Hollywood banquet for Prime
Minister Golda Meir, introduced the First Lady of
Israel with a few words in genuine Hebrew .
Theodore Bikel has been signed for a role in the
filmization of "Darker Than Amber" to be produced
by Walter Seltzer on location in Florida The
Jerusalem-born actor Nehemiah Persoff is currently
costarring in a Rosalind Russell comedy called "The
I'nexpected Mrs. Pollifax." about an American lady
tourist who 'jets mixed up with foreign intrigue .
Israeli film director Uri Zohar has been signed by
British producer John Heyman for "Bloomfield," a
yarn by Josef Gross with the screenplay by Wolf
Mankowitz, scheduled to go before the cameras in
Jaffa Gila Almagor, who has won four of Israel's
Oscar equivalents and was runner-up as Best Ac-
tress of the Year at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival,
was guest of honor at a State of Israel reception in
the Hollywood home of Eartha Kitt.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
EUROPEAN NEWS by Alfred Wolfmann
Bring Forth The Mighty Men change Of Leadership
IF IT WERE XOT for the first and last
chapter of Bring Forth the Mighty
Men by Howard Singer (Funk & Wag-
nails, S6.95) a review of the book could
have been written in just a few sen-
tences. The book's jacket claims it is on
"violence and the Jewish character," but
with the exception of the two chapters
mentioned, it is a description of the
lighting of the Six-Day War, in disguise. Each chapter
pens with a sketch of an individual Israeli, followed by
a narration of how he and his unit participated in one of
the battles.
Mr. Singer's approach to the narration of events tak-
ing place during the war may be unique, but the story, as

Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Three Generations
THE PLEASANT kibbutz of Ain
Harod was the setting for a
tragic saga which has gripped the
hearts of all Israelis. Few stories
* in recent years illustrate more
J dramatically the price young Is-
raelis are paying daily for the de-
fense of their country.
The story of the Sturman fam-
ily is a tale of three generations. Haim Sturman. 15
when he came to Israel in 1906, was a true halutz
laborer, farmer, member of Hashomer. the famous
watchman society. He was imprisoned by the Turks
during World War I, and afterwards made his home
in Ain Harod. tilling the soil and raising his family.
Haim Sturman, one of the personalities of the
Emek, was killed in 1938 at the age of 47, when his
car hit a terrorist mine in the road. A new village
was later named Maoz Haim in his honor.
Son Moshe, who was 16 when his father was
killed, volunteered for the Palmach while still in his
teens. During World War II, he saw special service
for the Allies in Lebanon and Syria, and afterwards
became one of the young leaders of the Yishuv's de-
fense. On that notorious Black Sabbath, when the
British arrested the Jewish leaders, he was among
those imprisoned at Athlit. And after the State of
Israel was established, in 1948, he was among its
defenders until an Arab bullet found him. He was
26 when he was brought back to the little cemetery
in Ain Harod.
Moshe's first son, who was born in 1946. on the
eighth anniversary of his grandfather's death, was
quite naturallynamed Haim. He grew up in Ain
Harod, and was said to be a "chip off the old block."
He went straight into military service after gradua-
tion from high school. At his own insistence, he re-
mained in uniform after serving his four years, and
was returned to his unit along the Suez Canal. In
early July, he sent word to his mother that his unit
was on alert and he would be unable to get home
for the memorial visit to his father's grave. Just
eleven days later Haim ben Moshe ben Haim Stur-
man was laid to rest in that cemeteryone of those
killed during the Israeli raid on Green Island in the
Suez to destroy the radar and anti-aircraft installa-
tions.
He was 23. He left no son.
a whole, is a rehash of the "more than twice-told tale."
While no one questions that the Israelis are both courag-
eous and brilliant as military strategists, we all believe
that they are fundamentally a people of peace and civil-
ians at heartdespite their battle victories.
The first chapter is a critique of the Jews' avid desire
to participate in ecumenism prior to June. 1967, and their
failure to understand that ecumenism is a Christian effort
to unite all Christians and that to be meaningful, dialogue
should be an exchange of Insights rather than a set of
overlapping monologues. Rabbis deceived themselves and
their congregants into believing that they were building
bridges of friendship with Christians, and the 1967 war
exploded this rabbinic naivete. The organized Christian
churches refused to take a stand on the basic issue of the
right of the Jewish people to Survive! This first chapter
is an excellent resume of influential churchmen's thoughts
regarding Israel and the way they rationalize their an-
tipathy towards the survival of the Jews.
One may agree or disagree with much of the contents
of the last chapter, which deals with American Jewry, its
institutions and organizations. It must be read, because
it is both provocative and controversial. In it. the author
asserts that too many Jews are living in a self-induced
state of euphoria. pn>duced by self-hypnosis. They have lost
their desireand possibly their ability to analyze them-
selves and appraise the programs and leadership of their
most influential organizations, Mr. Singer declares.
The author's clarion call: "Jews need to be reminded
that they have always bled for everybody, but nobody
bleeds for them," should resound like a shofar.
Maurice Samuel's admonition, "There is no coun-
try in the world in which anti-Semitism might not tri-
umph tomorrow," should cause all Jews to feel insecure
enough to heed the advice of Thomas Jefferson who said,
"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty."
POLITICS DOES NOT always have logical results.
* it seems witness the aftermath of West Ger-
many's national elections. For the first time in 20
years, the Christian Democratic Union (CDUl of the
late Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will be deprived
of power, though it polled considerably more votes
than any other party. The coalition government will
be formed by the second place Social Democratic
Party (SPDi and the Free Democrats (FDP> who
ran a very poor third,
The change of leadership presages a sharp turn
in West Germany's foreign policy that is likely to
affect its relations with Israel. Willy Brandt, the
new Prime Minister, is not considered likely to
change his friendly attitude toward Israel, but the
new Foreign Minister-designate, Walter Scheel. is
not a foe of Israel, he has made it clear that he
intends to follow a policy that will lead to closer
cooperation with the Fast European Communist bloc
< specially the Soviet Union. He is expected to try
to reestablish diplomatic and friendly relations with
the Arab countries.
Mr. Scheel is aware that an improvement in re-
lations with the Arabs can be achieved only if Bonn
exhibits no specially friendly attitude towards Is-
rael. But it is believed Mr. Brandt will not permit
relations with Israel to deteriorate seriously in a
bid for Arab favor. Time will tell.
It is essential to keep a close watch on the NPD
also. Political observers believe it will make another
bid for the Bundestag in 1973. and it has both a
capacity for making trouble and a vested inter, si
in it. Its hopes are based on the type of economic
crisis or chaos that paved the way for Hitler.
...
Generation In Revolt By Harold Goldberg
Jewish Rebel Students Courted
t.
i
One example of the measures
now being taken by the organized
Jewish community to meet the
complaint of Jewish college stu-
dents that the "Establishment" dis-
regards the thoughts and sensi-
tivities of the Jewish student is the
recent election of four undergrad-
uates to the highest policy-making
body of the National Council of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
who were accorded full voting and
participation rights.
The entire organized community
has been aroused to action in the
past two yearsalthough not with
the speed and sense of urgency
the young radicals think it should
show. One factor in this reaction
was the alarm felt over the cam-
pus Jew's fast emerging commit-
ment to an anti-Israel "New Left."
A second awakening force was the
article analyzing Jewish student
life which appeared in Judaism
Magazine's summer, 1968 issue. In
this article. Rabbi Irving Green-
berg detailed the intellectual and
social forces which erode Jewish
loyalties on campus, and proposed
the founding of a Center for Jew-
ish Survival. Rarely do ideas with
the ability to influence reach the
centers of power with the s;>ced
that Rabbi Greenberc's did.
Only one type of "Establishment
member'' has admitted Its failure
In reaching young Jews, however.
This is the communal agency. Lit-
tle concern has been evidenced Dv
the Jewish community's financial
and business segments.
One agency, such as Hillel. can-
not alone service the entire Jewish
campus population. Other agencies
planning to work on campus in-
clude the CJFYVF and the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee. It is also
reported the American Jewish
Congress will appoint a full-time
staff member to explore the poss -
bilities of assisting student pro-
gramming on campus, and the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion has adopted a policy of dis-
pensing funds, staff and prii
material for any program promot-
ing Israel, the study of Hebrew or
Jewish literature with no strings
attached. AZYF has done its work
with no fanfare or publicity, ci -
cerned more about the people t
serves than its own growth ,n 1
prestige.
Less sophisticated young Jew -
and radicals on the left have been
drawn to AZYF. now active on 110
campuses, and its style, described
as "participatory democracy."
Mel Galun of its University Serv-
ice Department, tells of a former
SDS member who brought his sis-
ter to one of the seminars held this
past summer at five Long Island
colleges. She had an image of Jew*
as "Establishment" people and was
completely "turned-off" on Juda-
ism. But she was impressed with
the spirit she saw. if not the i I,
and was really surprised when she
found our minds were open to
other people's way of looking :.t
things.
AZYF has hired people who
knew how to work with youth, ar.d
has had a degree of effectiveness.
Some indication of the degree to
which these organizations have
broken through is expected by
the end of thib school year.

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Art, Poetry Spice Meeting
Poetry and travel will highlight
the Miami Beach Art Forum's
ng Friday, Nov. 14, at 8 p.m.
:, the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. "My Moods in Po-
. try" will bo presented by Jordan
w tion of Florida Po'ts, and Morti-
m< r K. VVien, a local painter, will
present a graphic description of
I i-; recent travela
Commando Raids Net Israel 11 Prisoners
(Continued from Pace 1-A)
employes of the Army, were cap-
tured. Safaga is actually on the
Red Sea. about 100 miles below
Sharm el-Sheikh, Israel's south-
ernmost base. The third com-
mando rai(', carried out Monday-
night, hit another Egyptiar
Army transport on the coastal
road between Ftaa Zafarana and
Ras Rhareb. Three Egyptian sol-
diers were killed in this clash
and an army vehicle destroyed.
The three raids were not an-
nounced until this week when it
was disclosed that the Interna-
tional Red Cross had been noti-
fied of the presence Of the civil-
ian prisoners In an Israeli con-
trolled area. The Israelis gave
assurances that the prisoners
were being treated i:i accordance
with the Geneva Convention.
\\< inwhile, a military spokes-
man announced that Israeli Air
Force jets had attacked three
guerrilla bases in Jordan and
turned safely to base. One of
the attack- which lasted
.",() minutes, was on a target op-
posite the Boisan Valley. The
other two were in the Jot
rift.
About-Face Is Necessary For Peace

An mtc rnational affairs special-
-t has d> ilan d thai any \ tint U.S.-.
proposal on a Middle Easl
ci fot null is contingent on "a'
:> about-face" in Soviet
policy.
Herman Edelsberg, director ol
B"i B'rith International
. .iking to a meeting ol
B'nal B'rith Council of S tuth
orida Sundaj evening in Miami
i Do tuvill Hotel, said a
'' S -S '\ let formula"
n be : tlistic unless th"
L'nio ctics of
in in the
ist. ir," he :
- -. : 9 i to avoid
ht war In the area, nt
. p thi p it simmering, but not
n c "!- c i'cuI ited
to make Arab states increasingly I
dependent on Soviet military, ec
nomic and political aid.
"This represents the basic ob-
stacle In talks with the United
sta'es, which wants peace in the
Middle !-' i ship Of both the Arabs and the
ai Us." Mr. Edels > rg said.
Mr. Ed< Isberg \i hi se home is In
Washingl >n, D.C., declared thai in
spite of the pol lical tensi ins in
the area, the Middle Kast is no
li the s... :< de-
cide pro\ ide the ;; iw ler. V.
th cynical men in the Kremlin
il w .nt peace, the prudent
. i- n do not want n war which
clients w mid surely lose and
which might Involve them In
" ront i n w'th th- United
States."
The currenl crisis in Lebanon
was precipitated bj Syria, Mr.
li Isberg believes, in an effort to
control Lebanon through th Pal-
' nian terrorist movemenl of El
Fatah. jyptian President Nas-
ser's liation in the L/ banon
dispute rs likely to d
Syria ol its \ i< tory, he -
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Miami, Florida Friday. November 7, 1969
Section B
A Million Dollar Histadrut Project
Jerusalem's Moshc Shan't t Col-
1. ge of Management for Adminis-
trative and Public Service F.m-
ployees is a million dollar project
recently unveiled by Dr. Michael
Scssin, president of the Israel His-
tadrut Council of South Florida,
through which Miamians can help
Israel meet its need for trained
administrators.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, a national
vice president of the Histadrut
campaign and honorary chairman
of the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, revealed that a top-
flight faculty is being assembled
for the new educational institu-
tion which has been undertaken
to provide training for top and
middle level employees and man-
agement personnel badly needed
by industry, government agencies,
banks, travel agencies and Jewish
organizations.
A half century of Histadrut
I to the present membership of more
than a million will be celebrated
With a Golden Jubilee banquet at
'. the Fontainebleau Hotel Thurs-
day. Nov. 20. Sam and Rebecca
Feinstein of Miami Beach wi'l be
honored as "Champions of -Israel"
t in recognition of their many years
| of work and generosity to the peo-
ple cf Israel through the Histadrut
growth -from about 4,000 in 1920 campaign.

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Meyer To Discuss
Current Problems
Guest s|>eaker at the luncheon
meeting of Temple Israel Sister-
hood in the temple's Wolfson Au-
ditorium at noon Wednesday, Nov.
19. will be Sylvan Meyer. ditor of
The Miami News. Mr, Meyer, who
will discuss current problems ol
the Miami area, will als i touch on
his Impression of Russia, formed
during his recent trip to the Soviet
I nion.
Mrs. Jerome Rado is pr< m lent
of the Sisterhood; program chair-
man i- Mrs. Henry .!. N Is .n. MOSHE SHARETT COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT, JERUSALEM
Merwitzer, Rosen Are Reelected By Hebrew Academy
Louis Merwitzir, Miami Beach
civic leader and philanthropist, h:is
been 111 I 'ted pn sident ol th
Ii.hr. m .'. ad >mj ol Great r Mi-
ami, and ard Ro* i w i
s.'ive ;,.-. t1- chairman of its hoard.
Installation ceremonies will be
held in the Deauvllle Hot' 1 at
8:30 p.m Saturday, with Hebrew
Academy principal Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gioss as the Insl tiling
offta i
Oscar Mamber, vice president
of the educational institution, and
i g< Kin imi I will si r\ i as co-
il mi n i the installation cere-
nonit s. ((ther ol fie i s to be in-
stall) d ir.el.id Dr. David S. An-
. Harry (',. n< '. and B. I. Binder,
honorary life presidents; Morris
Bienenfeld, Jacob Cohen. Charles
FVuchtman, Archie Greenberg, Jo-
se| h Gonshor, Charles Kalb and
la moi i R ibin, honorary \ ice
ri si.i nts; Samuel Reinhard, Jack
n, Judge He rberl S. Shapiro
Nathan Darsky, Oscar Mamber,
Isear B. Schapiro, .1 seph Cohi n,
JEWLSH BOOK MONTH
OCTOBER 11-NQVEMBER 30, 19G9
Jack -; Popick, Milton Kahn and
Georg Kimmel, vice i residents.
A Ji i ome Bienfeld, i reas
Julius Sand, assistant tr asurer;
.'. Jerry Schi cl t< r, financ ial s<
tary; Henry Pcnchansky, assistant
financial s cr tarv; Leonard Ad-
ler. auditor; Seymour Eisenberg,
gtnvial s creiai y; Zvi i i
i ndiri s cretary; Mos -
(irundwei. as sisl an1 c irres -
i g secretary and Dr. Donald Kass,
m. dii .il ad\ isoi
Jacob Rifkin was named chair-
man of the ex cutive committee.
Irwin Christie is associate chaii
man of the board and Irving Firtel
is ass ciate chairman of the < v .
uii\ e commit tee.





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servance of Jewish Book Month, sponsored by the Jewish
Book Council of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB),
this colorful trilinqual poster was designed by Ismar
David, noted calligrapher, for the cultural event. "Around
the World with Jewish Books" is this year's Book Month
theme.
M. Arthur Goldberg
JNF Banquet Speaker
Mrs, Aith.u Goldb
United SI it s'
Ami as: a lor to the L'niti d Na-
tions, will the gui si speal er at
the Jewish National Fund tribute
i anquel whi< h win be held at
Ti mple Emanu-El Saturday, be-
i at 6: 10 p.m.
Thi i nn |ui t, at v hi li Ji is
ai .1 Don thj M mdn s .>: th. K. i te
Towers \\ill be honored, will be
under the chairmanship of T. mple
!'.. th Raphael's Cantoi S tul Bri i h.
Friday Services To Honor
Memory Cf American Dead
I I I. V Carmi will
duct the Frid i ol
Ti n th fsrai I v hich .
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those wh 'li ir li\ s in th
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services will be sponsored by the
N ran Bruce Brown Post 174,
J. wish War Veterans, guests ol
the temple, and Arthur E. Sele-
van, commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, Department of
Florida will be the guest speaker.
Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary president '/,. Ida class
will be a special guest at the Vet- .
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Koenigsberg will serve as guest
cantor. The arrangements com-
mittee includes Edwin I- Feibel-
man, chairman; Sol Koenigsberg
and Ladies Auxiliary president
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Cantor Will Sing At HAW Brunch
Temple Israel of c i ea Miami
pantor Jacob <'. Borastehi will I e
guest artlsl al the Hebrew
lomy Women's annual mem-
- ii> brunch which will be held
Wednesday ;it 11:30 a.m.. Mrs.
i Katz, an sidelit of the or-
_.u:i, atfcm which supports that
ducational institution, has an-
nounoi d.
Cantoi f'.i'rnsi.in. who will be
ccompanied by Joseph Valicente,
Miami-Dndc Junior College pteno
instructoi', is a graduate of thi
Hebrew Union College School of
Bncrt'd Music and earned a Master
of Music degree at the I'nhersity
Miami. Cantor at Vfcsaple Is- I
ael since 1962, he has also sp-
eared locally in recital and con-
i it. and with opera and sym-
phon) groups.
Mrs. Irving Firtel is chairman
.1 the brunch, which will have
Keep The Lamp of Learning
v_. w" .- its theme. Mrs. Charles
Sim rogi tm chairman for
nt; Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
s Ra hel Katz Laufer, Mrs. Ju-
lius Rosenstein, Mrs. La aro Sa-
poznib and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
are associate chairmen.
Friday, November 7. I9gg
Mesivta Schedule* 9tk Annual l)in.in
CANTOR JACOB BORNSTEIN
Commander Leon Sobel of Orlando Post 759. Jewish War
Veterans, left, and JWV State Commander Arthur A. Seie-
van are shown presenting a Certificate of Merit to Dr. Hugh
McKeon, chancellor of Winter Park's Rollins College at a
recent JWV banguet.____________
Falk Recipient Of Memorial Award
The Angus S. McCabe Memorial
Award has been presented to
Walter Falk, president of Metro-
politan Mortgage Co.. in recogni-
tion of his individual achievement
in legislation and accomplishn
tor the Florida Association of
Mortgage Brokers.
Mr. Falk, who recently complct-
i it a term as president of the state
association, was honored at a St.
Petersburg banquet. Among the
notables present for the occasion
were Lt Gov. Roy Osborne and
S. n. Richard Deeb.
The Association conferred the
title of honorary president emeri-
tus upon Mr. Falk. who was the
lirst to be thus honored by the
group.
Temple Zamora
Consecrates New
Members Friday
A special feature of the services
at Temple Zamora Friday evening
v. ill be the consecration of 4*5 new
members ol the congregational
faml
A special worship service has
been written by Rabbi Max*
Berger, spiritual leader of I
temple, for the occasion, and a
copy will be riven to each partici-
pant as a token of remembr
Follow::. ten ko >. Rabbi
Mrs. Berger will host the
Shabbat in honor of the newly in-
duct, d nbi r of the only Con-
servative tample in Coral Gabies
Cantor Richard S. Browdy will
chant I for tin -
Ten president and
membi rs tip chairman Harry ;
suk and Mrs. Pinesick will serve
the Sabbath greeting eommit-
tee and the ushers will be Rick)
Joseph- i and Neil Reiter. Louis
StNATOK GUN T
Gurney To Speak
At Observance
Sen. Edward J. Gurney will be
the principal speaker at thi
cerl to be held in the Miami r a
Auditorium Tuesday evening in ob-
servance of Vi terans' Da;.
The junior U.S '
public i I ng bo n u live in
Florida politics, and is pres ni
servii
tees
pi nnw nt Op rations
lie Works Committi i the -
the Agi
impaign C
The conci rt. which w
d by the Miami 1 h Cul-
tural Sock ty, in i
the Miami '.' ach Tourist Devel
n* nt .'. .' is s nsored I >
the Chas* F d< ral Sa> ii
Loan Associal
iA
The ninth annual dinner^f the
iu I, Hi"i School ol Gi
SET'S Ijntl-J
Sn Ginsburg has been named
chairman of the dinner.
Ti MesivU High School, which
1;as a current enroUment of 47.
is the only s.,......taryschooHnUH
southeast offering a complete Je
Ish studies prog1" BS "'" a
,.m.I.ai studies curriculum. Its
principal. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, said thai graduates of the
fullv-accredlted senior high school
which incorporates the 10th. 11th
nnd 12th grades hav. be i accept-
,. ln tne top colleges and univei-
, 0f the United States during
the pa^ six year, man> ol them
earning scholarships for thei
dimic achievement. Gradual
also .nroli..l in leading rabbinic
ii stitutions in this country and in
Israel, I"' sa.d.
The Jewish studies fai illy 0f
(he educational institution local
al 19fi*> Alton Ri.. Mian.i i .
is under the chbtrmanship of the
spiritual leader of Miami Beach's
Schwartzman lecture of Hillel
Dr. U is S< the
lewis Ed
rive the s '
i H I lion series Tues-

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in th< Foundai buildii oi
impus, loeah ii al 1100
Miller Dr., will be givi n b> Rabbi
Sti ven Jacobs, ol lemple Israel of
Greater Miami, who will speak on
,\ Force for Jewis i itivity."
NATHAN GI.YSBURG
!> ih Israel Congn gation,
p.. :, l Wein.
Mr. Ginsburg, a forn
n active in
ind philanthi
fail s for the past 35 years (
n etoi ol the Hi bn n A
i Mia ni, Mr Ginsb
serves as si cr tary of the Mi
ii ('emotery Association, ai
active In the Lubavitchei
men) and Chesed Shel Ernes .
member >f the Beth Tula C
gregation and Religious Zionists
America.
A CONCERT
Featuring
WAITC* fALK
Books To Be Reviewed
At Nor Tainitt Institute
An Adult Education Institute
will begin Tuesday at Temple Ner
Tamid in conjunction with the r -
ular elementary, conversational
and advanced Hebrew classes at
the temple, which meet at 10 a.m.
Following the clas- Tues-
day. Kabbi Eugene Lab.\it/ s]
itual .. ader of tin ti mple, will
tent a book review. The first
book to be i : w I will be Dr.
Haim G. Ginott's Bet wet n Far-
ent and Teenager." On Nov. 18
P.abbi Labovitz will present "My
PeopleThe Story of the Jews" b)
Abba Eban: on Nov. 25. two I
scheduled for discussior.:
900 Days The Siege of Lenin-
grad,*' by Harris Salisbury, and
"You Must Know Everything" by
Isaac Babel; L<
Joys of Yiddish" is
Dec 2. "Pictures of F
B mar l Malmud on Dec. 9.
Harry Golden'i a iptry,
Right Titr. on Dei

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THE SOUTH FLORIDA
YOUTH SYMPHONY
Conducted bv
CARMEN NAPPO
Guest Conductors
VINCENT LOPEZ
Peter Fuchs George Roth
ANNE EVANS, Soprano
ALLEN B. GILDERSLEEVE, Bamonc
Tuesday Evening, November 11, 1969
7:30 PM
Miami Beach Auditorium
1700 Washington Avenue
Presented by
THE MIAMI BEACH CULTURAL SOCIETY
In Cooperation With
THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
\ nsored as a Community Service
CHASE
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Broward County
Zionist District
Meet Thursday
At Temple Sinai
Guest speaker at a rommunily- :
v. Ide meeting <>f the Broward Zi- j
onist Organization of America in!
In.- Haber Karp Hall of Temple
Sin.ii, Hollywuoil ;it S p.m. Thurs- I
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
. will R i! bl Da' '.I Sh iplro,
Itti id t tho c in '(ra-
nt of th i th-
!: ZOA. Dis pic) ; res-
i Perry will '; !
s ex
3 :'

Ihe
i i
-
.
C/l KAPPAPOtT
tive council, ar,^ has been active
in behalf ol Israel on a national
bi
Thi port I pro-
gi : will feature dram .'
tralto I n ; l Ira (bard, who hai
appeared with the Chicago Civic
Opera and D P
duct or of t hi Palm Bca
'i ; i p .
. 1
I a Guild.
Men-.bors
lii n A i their a
and d '" tti I
The : i ngran
i.'ii sh ncnts i I
Mason Knights Dttsgnoted
The Supreme I '< uncil ol the
Scottisl Rite Masonry has desig-
nated i:itw;.iii M, Awrtach, L300
Pay K.I.. Miaru H. U '. Dl >': '
Merlin, OT3B BW SMB TVr. and
Morris HsJnr, 2237 SW l* Bt, to
receive uv run* asal BmbsbjMsb ot
Knight OlimwilBn ol the Court
ifi'
Octoboi 4, 1969
TC WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I intend to vote for the re-election of DAVE KENNEDY if a City Commissioner of :hs City of Miami 'i^iijse
I believe him to be the best qualified candidate in his Group.
I have had opportunity to observe DAVE KENNEDY'S dsvotion to duty and dedicated effot t:> office during the
time thai I sai with him on the Miami City Commission. I believe him tc be interested in advancing the besi Intoroits
of the City of Miami and its citizens. I therefore recommend him for the consideration and support of Miami rotors.
X Ar.
ijicney
'ODOVlZZ
We are proud to add our names to that
of SIDNEY VRONOWITZ in endorsing
,,\ s,.......ntag DAVID KENNEDY
in his reelection campaign for the Cih of imi
Commission on Nov. IfJfli
JUDGE ALBERTS. DUBBIN
DAN'EL M. RICHTER
WILLIAM L. PALLOT
HON. RICHARD B. STONE
JUDGL SAM I. SILVER
ABE S. GOIDMAN
J. I. KISLAK
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
JUDd DONALD BARMACK
MRS. MOLLY BRILLIANT
SERGIO BREITERMAN
RICHARD KRIEGER FINK
MALCOLM FRIEDMAN
MEIVYN GREENSPHAN
ROBERT R. GILBERT
HERMAN GOLDFARB
EUGENE J. DAVIDSON
HERBERT LEE SIMON
JUDGE GEORGE NACHWALTER
SEYMOUR WE1NSTEIN
ARTHUR S. FRIEDMAN
MORRIS GOLDFARB
DANIEL P. TUNICK
JACK J. TAFFER
ROBERT *. SPIEGELMAN
WARREN S. WEPMAN
JUDGF ARTHUR I. SNYDER
GERALD SILVERMAN
NATHAN K. SPEC TOR
HON HARVEY I. REISEMAN
r~F>HEN PAUL ROSS
MARTIN F'NE
PHl'PSCHIFF
MAX R SILVER
FRANK TOBACK
. -DGt MEYER M. BRILLIANT
MX SPIcGELMAN
CKARLES STUZIN
SAMUEL STARK
HERMAN WEPMAN
OSCAR A. WHITE
LESTER ROGERS
LAWRENCE BRILL
HERMAN I. BRETAN
EDWARD A. SIRKIN
MARTIN GOLDBERG
ROBERT L. GRANT
FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER
HON. BETTY KESSLER
HAROLD KASSEWITZ
BERNARD JACOBSON
SIDNEY KESSLER
MYRON M. GOLD
JACK S. PYMS
NORTON S. PALLOT
HON. ARTHUR NEWMAN
EDWARD N. MOORE
J MARCUS PINSKER
S. RONALD PALLOT
JOSEPH M. NADLER
S. A. WE1SBERG
JOSEPH H. KAPLAN
DAVID RABINO- L
RICHARC A. P VUOT
HON MURRAY H. DUI
VICTOR LEVINE
ARTHUR h. COURSHC -i
HERMAN KALER
IRVING L. KAPLAN
HERMAN KASKfcL
EZ KLEIN
MAX B KOGEN
WILLIAM KALER
RICHARD LAPIDUS
RAYMOND KUTNKR
GAf.ENRIFAS
FREDFUHRMAN
JACK GOLDSTE J
DANNi GORDON
J. LEO GORMAN
SAM J. HEIMA'.J
H ASK EL HESS
ALAN R. LUPKA
DAVID MOLIVBR
HOWARD REEGLUR
DAVID ROSE
SAM SCHULWOt-F
IRWiN SCHWARTZ
HENRt* SHIES
DA/1D3TUZ.N
SIDNEY L. SYNA
E3/VAPDA STERN
MOtfSHf SLftiR
We ask you to help keep
DAVID KENNEDY
on Ihe job for Miami
Proudly Paid For By The Committee
To Reeled DAVID KENNEDY Nor. 18th
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Hadassah Groups
Several groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah H
hold meetings Monday. Nov.
ind Tuesday No\ 11-
"lophie Primakwill review he
book "Hope i My House a. J.
Bav Harbor Group meeting Mon
EJ 11:30 a.m.. al the Balmoral
Hotel.
*
Mr Joseph Malek. Miami i
Vice Mayor, and Mrs. Abraham
Magid will be '"' n"
meeting of th. Henrietta ^W
Group Monday at th. Algiers
Hotel.
The Lincoln Group will hold a
meeting fthmda) f* 2 I "Jn. nt
Meetings Slated
100 Lincoln Road. Guest speaker
uill be Mrs. Fred Jonas. Mr. Malek
will entertain.

Also meeting Monday
Morton Towers Group in th.
ton Towers at noon.

Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern Wil
sent a cantata "The Seven Golden
Buttons" at the noon meetii
the Shalom* Group Tims:, ..(
the Algiers Hotel.

The Treasure iioutw Group wil]
honor new mynibers at its mi
Tuesday. 11:30 a.m.. at th. A
HuU-ioir. nr>-\.>
Checking reservations for the 11th annual
Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach
luncheon are, from left, Mrs. Robert Gross-
man and Mrs. Martin Wexler, ticket chair-
men; Mrs. Melvyne Sommers, executive vice
president, and Mrs. Morris Gidney and Mrs.
Frances Linn, who are cochairmen of the
event.
Cancer League's Luncheon Benefits Mt. Sinai Program
Proceeds of the nth annual I League of Miami Beach, which-Hotel Die. 16, will be i
che n of the Women's Cancer I will be held at the Fontainebleau | for the tumor program at
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sinai Hospital.
j The I.' igue, which |
he hospital's C ball 60 unit and
'other pieces of high!.. : histi at d
I quipment for its Department ol
tltc llAu
ovnan s
"WorU
eJe wii]ti Floridaa-ai
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Friday, November 7, 1969
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Gerstein At Luncheon
State Attorney Richard Gerstein
will be the guest speaker at the
birthday party and paid-up mem-
bership luncheon of Sunshine
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, at
! the Americana Hotel noon Thurs-
day, Nov. 13
Radiation Therapy in conjui
with the Damon Runyon Founda-
tion, has pledged to purchase a
linear accelerator, one <>f the new-
est pieces of radiotherapy i
ment, for the hospital's Mai Ibi 1
Blum Nuclear Research Building,
now under construction.
Luncheon theme will be "The
Year of Aquarius." cochairmen
Mrs. Morris Gidney and Mrs.
Frances Linn have announced, and
Martha's Fashions will present a
fashion show at the affair. Ticket
hairmen are Mrs. Rob. it ilioss-
mar. and Mrs. Mai tin Wexler.
NCJW Meetings Held Wednesday
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Several groups of the Greater
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women i NCJW i
held their meetings Wednesday.
Skits highlighted the meet-
ings of the Bay Group at Tony's
Fish Market and Indian Islands
at the Algiers Hotel. Coral had a
book review by Mrs. Helga E >n
director of Communitv Relations
for the Miami Public Library. She
reviewed "The Joys of Yiddish"
and "My Sister. Goldie."
Miami Herald columnist Charles
Goodman Group
Planning Activities
The I. R. Goodman group of
Hadassah has scheduled several
activities for November and early
December.
On Wednesday Nov. 19 at 8
p.m.. the group will have a bazaar
at the Miami Beach Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Auditorium. Eighth
and Washington Avenues. Articles
at bargain prices will be available.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held
Saturday Nov. 22 at 1 p.m. at the
Re en at ion Room. 949 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. and on Sunday Dec. 7
at neon there will be a fashion
show at the Knit International
Inc.. 1800 Bay Road.
Lillian Goodman is program
chairman and Mrs. H. Chabner
is president.
Whited spoke at th>- Shores' Miami
Lakes Country Club meeting and
a film to be used in Dade County
public schools' sex education pro-
gram was previewed, followed i>..
a discussion led by Bob Adai
the Dade Count;. Education Depl
The Angry Generati i \V ;
So many Jew s" was tl sul
Rabbi Stew n B. J
. talk to the S it
ting al Sw< len H
rant. The Lincoln G
at the a:.i rs "as his hli ;
a musical c no rl Mis B
Krasnow and Mrs Arnold I
man,
TO ALL INTERESTED
JEWISH WOMEN
OF OUR COMMUNITY
we invite you to join us
in helping to build
Torah Education and Yiddishkeit
in the South's Largest Yeshiva
by becoming a Member of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN
All new members are invited
to be our guests
at a Membership Brunch
Wednesday, November 12th at 11:30 a.m.
at the Deauville Hotel
Just call and let us know you are coming
532-6421
STi V'A KATZ, President

Temple Judea Sisterhood
Holds Chanukah Workshop
The Nov. 19 meeting of the Tem-
ple Judea Sisterhood will take th?
form cf a Chanukah worksho;..
Katuring displays, creative decora-
tions, unusual artifacts, gift sug-
gestions, games and food.
The workshop begins at 10:30
j a.m. with a luncheon at 12. Marcia
Tcichner and Jeanne Rosenkrantz
are in charge of reservations.
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Friday, November 7, lgcg
At the annual conference of B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion's professional staff in Washington, D.C., Mrs. Gertrude
Bossak, South Florida regional director of BBYO. receives
a plague in recognition of her ten years of service to the
organization. Presenting the award are Jack I. Spitzer (center)
chairman of the Youth Commission, and BBYO's national
director, Dr. Max F. Baer.
Y Sponsors Show
For College Art
An opportunity lor students k>
present their original works will
be provided bj the College Art-
Show ai Hi.' VM-VWHA of Great-
ei Miami. Nov. II! through Dec- '-'
Mr. Jules Freeman member of
the Board of Directors of the
YM-YU'HA. has been chosen, will)
his wife, io be chairmen of tin'
show.
The Froemans have announced
there Will be three first prizes oi
$100 bonds, thre,' second prizes ol
$25 bonds, three third place rib-
bons, and a special $100 prize for
the best work based on a Jewish
theme.
Mr. Frank Smile, Jr.. Gallery
003; Mr. Robert Sindelir. Sindelir
Gallery and Mrs. Gloria Luria,
Luria Gallery will judge.
MK16-0K2
. tain ^.tt-Ktmr
Rabbi Landau Conference Chairman
Rabbi Sol Landau, first vice
resident of the Rabbinical As-
ei mbly's Southeast RmHw h '
b en named program chairman of
CARIH Meeting Nov. 11
Mrs. Irving Miller will h a
ffel lunchi on which will be fol-
wed bj a card party at th i
Bn ith
I ti r of Childn n's Asl I
-, an 'i Institute ;ii, In u ">n ro irn ol D
i A^is.. 8107 SW 72nd Ave.,
II a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Davi
sner is group;
? ",. Schw artz is in charge of
ations.
-the fall conference to lie held by
the orsanization in the Holiday
'nn. Riviera Beach. Monday. Nov.
17. and Tuesday. Nov. IS.
Conservative rabbis at tending
the conference from Florida. Ala-
bama, Georgia and South Carol
will focus their attention on the
regi nal Conservath movement's
. ai ive approach) s t<> w u
I new cl all nges in the com -
rulS.
"From Jerusalem to Jabne and
i In- Transition ol J< wish Law" will
ue the topic of Rabbi Rudol] h Ad-
It r of Ohev Shalom. Orlando, who
will be the "scholar in residence."
Award Awaiting
Worthy Teacher
Nominations for th" 1970 Aaron
jZacks Memorial Award are being
accepted throuRh Dec. 13. The
; $3,000 award is given for "origin-
' al, exciting and memorable con-
tributions made by a Jewish
educator currently engaged in th.'
formal setting of a Jewish ele-
mentary or high school."
The award was established lasl
year by ;* special grant from the
Zacks Family F >n ol
:\)ii" i iio in mi mory "I
n > Columbus
list and philantbi

ci -t ol a visit to Isra
ki "
I- rther informal ioi i a :>< i -
taim d by wi iting to Aa n i Z
Award C o m mitt
iation of J
Education, 101 Fifth Ave., N -
York, N.Y. 10003.
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A poster publicizing the College Art Show sponsored1 by the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami is being discussed by Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Freeman, cochairmen of the event.
Panhellenic Conference Honors Local Alumnae
Mrs. Joseph Shopiro of Miami
Beach. International president of
Delta Phi Rpsilon. participated In
the biennial National Panhellenic
Conference held recently at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Among the outstanding local
alumnae of the national i
sororitii who wen at its
Doctors who spoke at the annual Women's
Leadership Conference, sponsored by the
Dade County Chapter, National Foundation-
March of Dimes in the Miami Woman's Club
included Dr. Bernard Fogel, associate dean
for Education, University of Miami School of
Medicine, who directs the Birth Defects Cen-
ter here; the center's associate directors, Dr.
Doralys Arias, U-M School of Medicine's
assistant professor of Pediatrics, and Dr.
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Friday. November 7, 1969
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THREE SCORE AND TEX
It was such a lovely paiiy thai Rose Berko-
wit/'s son- gave for her on her most Important
birthday to date. The three sons are Paul,
Sidney and Marsh.ill. and Marshall's wife Sandy
tended to all of the feminine details. They had
it in the Royal Embassy suites at the Four
Ambassadors. Cocktails and goodies first, then
a wonderful dinner and a birthday cake that
put other birthday cakes to shame. Everyone
sang "Happy Birthday" while Rose, lovely in a
light blue sequined gOfen, blew out the candles.
Rose was fortunate to have her brother with
Helen Berman, Rose Brown, lean Comensky,
Frances Entine, Lois Fenton (the hostess's
daughter) Jennie Fruchtman, Ann Stein Green-
berg, Augusta Hausman, Ray Hammcrm in, Ethel
Jacobs. Bella Kozoff, Yetta and Rose Roth.
THE FIRST TIME IN TWENTY
THREE YEARS
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority has a Founders
Day luncheon everj year. This year it was a I
the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Every year a mes-
sage is lead from the National president. This
year, since the National President lives in
Miami, she read her own message. She read the
Jjer, Hy Liptpji. and four, H .'J'r* Kills" *h.- h^ message that goes out to all of the chapters
and then at the end of instead of reading the
signature "Mr. Norman Brown,'" she said "Me"
Mrs. Steven Tobin, the Alumnae Association
President of Greater Miami looked ad irable
She is expecting a little Alpha Epsilon Phi in
December. The Alpha Eta president Mlnette
Halpern 'chapter it the University of Miami)
introduced the active- and pledges. They put on
a style show and sang, Notoriously famous for
their awful sinu'in^ this group outdid them-
selves. They were really on key. It's a touching
moment when they all joined hands and sans
their favorite. Centerpieces were cornucopias of
fruit (the committee gave out celophaiie bags
so the guests could take the fruit home, i There
were gold letters savins "Sixty" since this is
sixty years of Founders Days. There were so
many sorors there. Amonij them were Mrs.
Samuel Gray, Mrs. Jerome Halpem, Mrs. Fred
Ober, Mrs. Daniel Prcuss, Mrs. Martin Spector,
Mrs. Jess Spirer, Mrs. IIaward Kat/en. Mrs.
Bernard Abel. Mrs. Irvine; Chad, Mrs. Bart
Cohen. Mrs. Samuel Klinoff, Mrs. Charles Finkol-
Stein, Mrs. Morris Futernick, Mrs. Howard
Hirsch. Mrs. Sol I,esHc. Mrs. Charles KfUglick,
Mis. Jeffrey Lefcourt, Mrs. Mortis Greene, Mrs.
Rae Mack. Mrs. Steven Falk and the two new
bonoraries Mrs. Aaron Fair and Mrs. I. M.
Wcinstcin.
known since they were in the tenth grade of
school. "The girls," were Mrs. Anne Resnik, Mrs.
Irving Smith. Mrs. Frances Oppenheim and Mrs.
Fanny Oskervitz. They still look the same to
each other as they did in their far away school
days. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Werner, Mr. and Mrs. B. De Gil, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kassel, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Mar-
golis, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Gruber, Mr. and
Mrs. Sain Gold, Then also included were Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Kline, Mrs l.v Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Rooks, and Mrs. Muriel Lioberman.
LOTS OF LADIES
Sylvia Epstein hat been a wonderful daughter.
She devoted herself for seven years to the care
of her mother, Rising up every social activity.
Now, a year later, her friends have decided that
she start having a social life again. She listened
and decided that she would have a luncheon and
card party. She gathered around her all of the
friends she has worked with at the Home for the
Aged since her mother died. It was such a
pleasant afternoon amid the lovely surroundings
at the Carriage House. They talked and ate and
t dked and then played cards. Among the group
gathered to welcome Sylvia Nick into the wo) Id
of today were Ann Tan-'nbaum, Fay Sussman.
Tessie Schubert. Shari Silverman and Mollie
Silveim.in (two Silvermans with a single thought,
raising money for the Home for the Aged'.
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The Sea Gull Hotel at 21st St.
and the ocean, located within easy
walking distance of the famous
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has been acquired by the Berko-
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announced.
The Sea Gull, which has a full
block of sandy ocean beach, ca-
banas and an Olympic-sized salt
water pool, will be added to the
chain of Kosher hotels operated
by the Berkowitz family.
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Hadassah Groups Schedule Events
"~ The* Women's Guild of the
Greater Miami Philharmonic
Symphony Society was rtsponsi*
bie for the Symphony of the
Arts Luncheon held this past
Friday. The affair honored
their conductor, Alain Lombard,
and was held in the Starlight
Roof of the Doral on-the-Ocean.
Larry King was Master of
Ceremonies and the guests were
treated to an exciting collection
of evening fashions presented
by Burdine's.
Chairman cf the event was
Mrs. David Rosenblum, who wore
an iced pink lace knit. It was
sleeveless and had a jewel neck-
line. Mrs. H. A. Ross, president
of the Women's Guild, chose a
periwinkle blue colored hand
crocheted dress. It had a V neck-
line, long, slightly flared sleeves,
and the flare was repeated in
her hemline. Artist, Edna Glaub-
man, who designed the invita-
tion covers, was in a black crepe
with bracelet length sleeves.
Mrs. Richard Pallot topped her
navy blue knit skimmer with
a double-breasted coordinated
coat in a red, navv, and green
plaid. Mrs. Harry Botwick made
her nile green crocheted skim-
mer. It featured the bateau
neckline and short sleeves. Mrs.
John Brinckerhoff's champagne
colored dress was in the interest-
ing, "wet look" fabric. It had
lone, full sleeves fastened at the
wrist, a front zipper, and gold
chain belt.
A (iarker-than-chocolate brown
knit was worn by Mrs. Kichard
Bohn. Fashion details included
the V neckline, self-fabric bolt,
and long sleeves. Mrs. Frank
Pearcc chose a gold knit with a
silk paisley printed scarf at the
neckline for added color. Mrs.
Larry Singer's iced grey sheer
wool was snugly belted at the
waistline and the full sleeves
were tightly cuffed at the wrist.
Mrs. William Sottiles wool dress
featured an interesting fabric
which was interwoven in colors
of coffee and cream.
Mrs. Pct a jacket costume ensemble in
champagne, toast, and black. Her
dress had a high, modified man-
darin neckline and the neckline
of her jacket was trimmed with
a dark brown silk bow. Mrs. Her-
bert Levin's black ribbed silk
jersey was self-belted across the
hips and worn with a long rope
of pearls. Mrs. Seymour Owens
had white pique trimming hei
black sheer gabardine. The white
iced her neckline and three-
quarter length sleeves. Mrs. Kmii
Gould's wool coat dress featured
tomato red dots in squares of
two-tone blue. It was belted in a
matching shade of red leather.
The always popular black and
white combination was Mis.
Milton Pomeranz's choice for the
afternoon Her silk jersey com-
bined the two in an abstract
print and her bracelet length
sleeves were fastened with Jet
buttons. Mrs. Helen Tyler's
white moygashcl linen was
splashed with black hand scre-
ened flowers. Another whose
choice was black and white was
Mrs. Miidred Brinkman. Her
white ribbed Italian knit had a
Jewel neckline inserted with
black which plunged to a deep
V. The black was repeated in a
deep band at the hemline.
Mrs. Richard Stone's sandy-
1 ige sheer wool featured the
welted treatment trim. The welt-
\ ing was at her high jewel neck-
i line, down the front, and around
j the hemline. Mrs. James Sala-
1 patas selected a coat dress wo-
ve n with white, black and gold.
It had the double-breasted front
with narrow black banding
around the collar. Mrs. David
Schaefer's b'ack ribbed sheer
wool was banded in white at the
neckline. The white cascadeei
down the sides and around the
hem. Mrs. Albert Weintraub
chose a short sleeved, blaok wool
dress with a gold buckle em-
phasizing the belt at the empire
i waist. The skirt flared out to the
' A-lir.e silhoutte.
Dr Miriam K. Freund. noted Zi-
,isi leader, lecturer and author
.vili be wi Iconv d at the
board meeting ol the Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah In Beth rorah
5/naogue, North Miami Beach,
at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 20.
Dr. Freund has been associated
rt-ith the wi rk of Hadassali for a
number of years and has played a
vital role in the growth ol Israels
vocational education work. She !-
came national Youth Aliyah chair-
man in 1953.
< *
Hvtva'S mini-art festival will r-
featuring art objects gathered by
members of the group in the home
of Shaloma I.essner. 13030 Sw
63rd Rd. Ct. at 10 a.m. Monday.
Josh Kligeman will discuss Jewish
art. and Cantor Saul H. Breeh will ;
present songs from many lands.
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An exciting program by the Ha-
y.chachar Youth Group will he
Ckai Group-s offering Monday at
8:30 p.m. in Younu Israel of Great-
er Miami. 990 NK 171st St.
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Youth Aliyah will be highlighted
at the annual luncheon meeting
of Mt. Scopus Group at Temple
Zamora Monday noon. Mrs. Man-
uel Burstein. vice president and
chairman of Youth Aliyah will be
in charge of the program. Sam
Heiman will be the gu8t shaker.
*
Naomi Croup will feature a pro-
auction sale at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami Monday at 7:30
;\m. Cruises, weekends, dinners.
articles of furniture and many
other items will bo auctioned, and
iil no tn Youth
the proeei ds HI Bu
Aliyah.
Mrs. Cera'd V. Saltz will speak
ori -Israel Today" a. the Eleanor
Boo^velt Group's 12:30 p.m. meet-
ing in the Mar-L i Gardens Au-
,lj,nl,,, Monday. rh< group will
,,id a Youth Aliyah luncheon and
,,,, party on Tuesday. Nov. 18 >
.he auditorium.

\ Youth Aliyah luncheon and
j rally will be held by the Torah
Group Monday noon in Knights ol
: Pythias Hall. 4601 Flagler Si. A
musical program will be presented
by Mis. Milton Conrad and Mrs.
Morton Silverman will bi | -'
s;n aker.
miss CHtkit sue mm.
The Louis D. Brandeh Group
will meet Monday noon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hot. 1 for luncheon and
a film entitled "In the American
Tradition.
A Thankstrivme skit will be prt -
si nted at the Monday noon
ing ot tne Emma Lazarus (iroup
ir the Singapore Hotel.
, :.
Mis. Norman Meyers, area vice
president, will lie the guest speak-
er at the nest meeting of the
Forte Towers (ironp Monday a 1
p.m, m the Auditorium of the
North Building.
Cheryl's Engaged,
Tvtells Announce
Mr. and Mrs. Bernani Tytell,
1310 sw 20th St.. announce th.
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Cheryl Sue. to Harold Allan Cole,
son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert J.
Cole, 'i->9 Catalonia Ave., Coral
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The brido-> leet. a Stud) n( at
the Fniversity of Miami, whi i
she is majoring in Education, is
the ernnddaughter of Cantor and
Mrs Moses Toitolhaum. plot
Miamians. Her fiance is a senior
at the Fniversity of Miami, whi
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Marcia Dresner
Now Mrs. Sabetai
it emn and David
- tvtii !( mi rled Sal rday,
" v 1. in an evening ceremony at
i Algi< rs Hotel.
Th< ii w Mrs. Sabetai is the
j V.. r of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
ran r : Miami. A graduate of
' an-.i High School, she attended
'"ami-Dade Junior College and
i as I> active in Hill. 1.
The groom is the son of Aimila
Isaac Sr.betai. of Athens. Greece.
d attended high school and
l.usiness school in Greece and is
;n accountant.
After a honeymoon at Miami
Bi ach the couple will live in
. mi.
Astors Announcing Marilyn Weiner Becomes The Bride Of
Ronelle Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Astor of iio5 Steven Kj. rtwtirlz In !\ov. 1 Ceremony
MRS. DAVID SABtTAI
llorence Bosch,
Alan Weissrnan To
He Married June 21
Florence Bosch, the daughter of
rs. Ruth Bosch of Jamaica Es-
t s. NY., ar.d Alan Stephen
n ri Mrs. Charles Weissrnan, 860
1. 147th St.. North Miami, have
announced their wedding plans.
The bride-elect transferred to
tht University of Florida from
Q.ictns College. NY. Her fiance.
n praduat" of North Miami Senior
1 gh School, is in his senior year
at the University of Florida.
P.atbi Joseph Gorfinkel of Beth
M she Congregation. North Mi-
ami, to which the prospective
, groom's family belongs, will co-
lifficiate with the rabbi of Forest
Hills Jewish Center. Forest Hills.
' N.Y., at the June 21 ceremony.
"Why Settle far less Get Tfce Best"
N.W. 129th St.. North Miami, have
announced the engagi ment of tneir
daughter, linn ll. Lynn, to Mar-
vin M. Botwinik, son of Mr. and'
M.s. Phil Botwinik, 1011 S.W. 10th
\m .. Miami.
The intended bride and groom
are both graduates of Florida At-
lani lc l Iniversity.
Miss Linda Stern
Now Mrs. Zisquit
Linda Deborah Stern became
Mrs. Donald P. Ziso,uit in a wed-
ding Oct. 12 at the Pioneer Country
Club. Greenfield Park. N.Y.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Stern of Buffalo. N.Y..
is a June graduate of Jackson
College at Tufts University. She is
presently attending Harvard Uni-
versity for graduate studies. Her
husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Zisquit of Miami Beach, is a
graduate of Ycshiva University.
Marilyn Weiner and Steven E.
Swartz were married Saturday,
Nov. 1. in the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at
tiv double-ring ceremony, assisted
by Cantor Ben Dickson.
The bride, whose pari nts are
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiner, 1S10
SW 92nd Ave., is a graduate ol
Miami Senior Hicrh School. !' r
husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Swart/, Pawtuckct, R.I..
. -arl"ftted fr-m West High School
I in Pawtucket, and Long Island
University, Brookville, N.Y.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
: Swartz chose a gown of ivory silk
i satin, fashioned with an empire
! bodice and long bishop sleeves of
| lace. Her cathedral length train
was appliqucd with matching lace
embroidered with seed pearls. Her
bridal attendants were attirod in
long emerald green gowns.
MRS. STEVEN E. SWARTZ
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_, ., ., 'he matron of honor; the maid of
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s i p.m. Fridav Rah! i Sol Lan-
lau will hold a round-table" con-
ferenc at Beth David Congrega-
tion with most of the pilgrims''
who participated in the tour he
, and Mrs. Landau led to the Holy
I ami dining the month of August.
The travelers wall give their im-
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| their most outstanding experience
during their tour.
ing in Cambridge, Mass., where
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Winter Theatre To Open
At Miami Beach Hotel
The Kenley Players of Florida
who have been producing summer
theatre in Warren. Dayton and
Columbus. Ohio for 12 years, open
a 20 week season of winter theatre
Dec. 9 in Miami Beach's Plaza
Hotel at 54th St. and Collins Ave.
Each show will run for two
weeks and the 10 show season will
feature eight musicals and two
comedies.
After a Nassau honeymoon. Mr.
and Mrs. S. Swartz will reside in
Miami.
Susie Davies. Hermeen Weiner,
Pamela Schlachtman and Marion
Bell served as bridesmaids. The
flower girl was Lisa Breslow,
Irwin Cohen served the gnxim s
best man; the ushers were Donald
Breslow. Martin Weiner, Mickey
Schlachtman and James I.ipet.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the- couple will live in Miami.
Kahaner Sisterhood Meets
A dramatization called "Search
Your Heart" will be presented at
the anneal paid-up meml>crship
meeting of the Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood of Beth Torah Congrega-
toin at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
social hall. Mrs. Harvey Blonde,
Mrs. Ernie Herman. Mrs. Bernard
Rosenberg and Mrs. Max Rothen-
hi rg will be featured in the cast.
Florida Council of Mizrachi
Women chairman Mrs. Alfred
Stonp. right, and Mrs. I. Yulish
of Miami Beach confer at c
session of the organization's
44th annual national conven-
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Friday, November 7, lggg
With' mortarboards and baskets of apples to
show the hero of the movie is a teacher,
Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, left, Mrs. Arnold Rosen,
Mrs. Kenneth Treister and Mrs. David Hoch-
berg plan the Dec. 16 showing of "Goodbye,
Jfo. Chips" in the Sheridan Theatre, pro-
ceeds of which will benefit the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Bossak Participates At
Mrs. Gertrude Bossak, dm. 'or
0[ the Florida Region of the Bjial
B.rith Youth Organization, partici-
pated in Hi'' annual conference ol
Ill(. bbyo staffs held at its; na-
tional headquarters in Washlng-
lon. D.C.
District Five director Ronald
Cahn, of Atlanta, was installed as
president ol thi BBYO's National
sir,]i Association in ;i ceremonj
conducted during the meeting.
Policies .mil programs i>> meel
,,,,. neC(is ol Jewish youth during
Hi, 1970*s were considered by >
representatives from throughout
the United States ami Canada dur-
ing the five-daj ries ><\ meeting*,
..,l n was a ed thai adults in-
National Conference
volved in youth guidance must *L
low youth more latitude i!
ducting their own programs, tak.
Ing note <>f the changes in culture
and outlook ol the teenagi r and
young adult and listi nlng to inf,m
mere clow ly.
Candidates To Be Presented
Voters Incorporated will ;
the Miami Beach City c
candidates who will particip
the Nov. is runoff elections at
8 15 p.m. Tuesday in the w.,
ion Federal's auditorium at ij.;j
Washington Ave. Judge c
Tcbin of tin- Municipal Court of
Miami will lie guest sp
Harrj Levy, president of Voters
Incorporated will moderate.
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For Croup Tickets and
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*Our Town' At Grove Playhouse
The cast of Thornton Wilder's
American classic, "Our Town" will
include Henry Fonda, Elizabeth
Hartman, Ed Begley, Mildred Nat-
wick and Margaret Hamelton
when it debuts at Coconut Grove
Playhouse Tuesday evening to be-
gin the 1969-70 show season.
After this exclusive two-week
run, the play, which is produced by
Zev Bufman, and directed bj Don-
ald Driver (of "Your Own Thing"
and "Jimmy Shine" fame) will
make its how on Broadway, where
it will open Wednesday, Nov. 26
in the A.N.T.A. Theatre
Tickets are now on sale at the
Plavhouse box office.
Jewish Book Rally Set For Nov. 24
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
! tion and the YM-YWHA will co-
sponsor a Jewish Book Month rally
at 8 p.m.. Monday, Nov. 2-1 at the
Ocean Front Auditorium. 10th
Street and Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach.
The program will consist of a |
lecture, with slides, by Joseph
Yanich. executive director of the i
American Jewish Congress; Read-
ing by Mrs. Alfred Stone from i
Elie Wiesel's "Legends of Our
Times." and readings in Yiddish
by Max Glelberman from poems
by Nobel Prize Winner Nellie
Sachs.
Herbert /.\i Berger, director of
the Bureau, will chairman the
rally.
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Only Limited Mail Service Tuesday
Miami post offici s will bo closed
'i lusilay in observance of Veterans
; gy. Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
announced, and service will be lim-
ited to the collection of mail from
i reel collection boxes in accord-
nee with the holiday schedule
posted on each box and the dis-
tribution of special delivery and
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Mr. and Mis. Philip Weiss, who
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community, are celebrating the
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Grand Opening on Thanksgiving
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For the first time, a complete
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Friday, November 7
Fii

jia4 MrtfvcUt
IRL MARd'S
Irl Edward Mai cms, sun of Mrs.
Joan Hoyal, celebrated his Bar
Vlitzvah at Temple Zion on Satur-
day, Nov. 1.
An eighth Grade student at
Glades Junior High School. Irl is
;. drurpnier in .its concert band.
Last June lie was awarded a ci-r-
liffc-attiioi high scholastic achieve-
ment fti EhgTfeh.
Irl's mother sponsored the Kid-
dush following the Sabbath serv-
ici s in his honor, and hosted a re-
ception at1 nded by guests from
St, Louis Mo., and Gary, [nd., at
tem] ing.
Rosa Lowinger
Lori Hanlf
FRANK LABBIE
Frank, the son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Labbie, 2315 SW 25th St..
>-iii become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Da\iil Congregation Saturday,
Nov. 8.
A si ud. ill at Hi til David's re-
i school foi six years, frank
is in tlie eighth grade a; Shenan-
doah Junior Hil.Ii School, where
hi is a member of the Student
Council and the Chess Club ami
pla s trumpet in the school band.
A r< cepti in in honor of tin- cele-
brant will he held in the Algiers
Hoti I. Miami Beach.
An. nding tin cell bration will
Frank's grandmothers, Mrs.
i el a Labbie Finesilver of Pitts-
;h, Pa., and Mrs. Emma Sachs.
ISA I.FVINK
Ira, the son of Dr. and Mis.
Oscar I., vine, will lii com n
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
urday morning. Nov. X. with Rab'ii
Mayer Abramowit/. officiating.
Following the services, a Kid-
dush and luncheon will be held in
hoi or of the celebrant, who is a
student at the Hebrew Acad rag
ol Greater Miami.
ROSA LOWINGER
Rosa, the daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Leonard Lowing'r. TT-'o X r-
mar \>.e.. Miami Beach, will be
Bat Mitzvah Friday night, N n 7.
at Ti mple Mi norah,
The .-. I. brant attends the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami.
where she is in the eighth grade.
Following 'ii-' scrvic s, Rosa will
'x honored with a dinner buff t in
'he temple's social hall, and a
buffet and dance will he held there
Saturday evening for her friends.
MARK SCHACHTER
Mark David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Schachter, 701 NE 92nd St..
Surfside, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov. S.
at Temple Ner Tamid.
Mark is a student at Ner Tamid
Religious School and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
The celebrant v. ill be honored at
the Kiddush following the services
and a reception which will be held
later at the Famous Restaurant.
Mrs. Fred Silberstein of Los An-
geles, Calif., will be among the
honor' guests.
* *
GLENN HOLZBERG
i 1 :in, the Si in ot Mr. and Mrs.
I lair-,- ii ilzberg oi North Miami
Bi ach, \> ill I. come Bar Mitzvah at
, Beth Torah Congregation Satur-
day morning, Nov. 8.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
I Glenn has attend the Harold Vvolk
Relteious Schooi at Beth Torah
for several years.
The cell hi ant will be honor- d at
, reception Saturday night in the
n Roc Hotel.
II;'!; ing Gl nn to ( I rati Hi"
Ion will I .nuts.
I Mi. and Mrs. Louis 1-'' i i
*
HOWARD LEWIS
Saturday afti moon, Nov. a'
Beth Torah Congregation Howard,
: m ol Mr and Mrs. Mi 1 L (vis
of North Miami Bea h, will be-
11 ir Mitzv iii.
!. ward is a si i ii n1 at '
L. Kennedy Junior High Scho I.
where he is in the < i [hth -i l I'
The celebrant will 1
a i. ption which will folio
Bar Mil. vah ci i monii s.
Among iii' gui sts t th fi stivi-
tii a will ; i nts, Mrs.
Mildred Pearlman and Mi
Mis. Many Lewis of Chica
MARK REYNOLDS
Mark Stevi n, son ol Mi. an I
Mrs. Richard Reynold.-., will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday. Nov. 8.
Mark is an eighth grade Si Ii I I
at Nautilus Junii r High School,
where he plays clarinet in the
school i an '.
A n ception in honor ol the c l -
brant will be hosted by his pan i ts
in the, home Saturday.
Mark's grandmother, Mrs. Helen
Gitter, will be among the hono
gui sis at the ev nt.

ALAN MAK< I'S
Alan Jay, son of Mr
Morris A. Marcus. 8!
Av.. v. ill be calli il i" I>" 'i'
as a Bar Mitzvah at .'' Is-
i a< l H brew Institute Satin
morning, Nov. 8.
udath Isi a 1 Hi brew Institi I
Acadi my of Gn ater Miami
at ti nds tii" n liglo is scho
Ira Levine
th Israi 1 Hi bn w L sti'tue.
A reception in honor of the cele-
! i ant will ;1S parents
iftr tlv s rviocs In
the building ad acenl to the In-
stil/
Dut-of-t :> '
Alan's gian ithei -
.... ,. n from
Temple Site To Be Viewed
i of th. 1
aftiT the
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ngrcgal
quarters at 26 Nl 1st A ti ..-
'ale. "

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Dr. Irving Lchrman, who v.- '
officiate at Temple Em nu-Er
'.ate Friday evening service
the first cf the Beason
r.ing at 8:30 p.m., will
post-eleC.on messaa-'
ing en "Cur Coromun
You A P'.ea and A Ch
Rummage Sale At Temple
Sinai s
id a i un nai
ai a m al Wa ii ;i
al Sa\ IngS an I L NH1 .1
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Harvi v. the son ol Mr. and Mrs.
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Harvey is a student at West
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he i.s in the eighth grade.
The c< lebrant's parents will host
the Oncg Shabbat following Fri-
day evening's services as well as
the Kiddush after the Saturday
morning services in his honor.
Among the honored guests will
r> Harvey's grandparents, Mr. and
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Kornfeld. from New York.
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LORI BANFF
Lori Ellen, daughter of Mrs.
Doris Hanff. v. ill celebrate her Bat
Mii/vah at Temple Kmanu-KI on
Saturday. Nov. X.
Lori. who has won an award for
Kcellence in Spanish, is a ninth
grade student al Nautilus Junior
Hiu-h School.
Following the services, the cele-
brant will be honored at a Kiddush
which will be held in the temple's
Friedland Ballroom.
Among the honored guests at
the celebration will be Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Zimmerman. Lori's
grandparents.
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Beth Davjd Offers Outstanding Adult Education Program
One ot the most comprehensive
i..ult education programs ever of-
' -ed to the South Florida commu-
nity by Beth David Congrrgatiofi
las been announced by Rabbi Sol
Landau, spiritual leader of Miami's
I neer synagogue. Included will
I Sunday discussion groups, a
>- sterhood Institute, a breakfast-
Torah series, a joint adult eluca-
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(i special "Psychology of Family
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SW lL>0th St. I Branch under the
auspices of the Beth David Men's
Club, and at 11:15 a.m. at the
Coral Way Branch.
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series at the Cora! Way Branch,
at ,S a.m.. immediately after morn-
intj praver services on D < 9. i<">.
23 and 30: a Sisterhood Institute
sr;.s a' the South Dade Branch
from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and the
Collece of Jewish StuHi"s c'asses
it the Hillel House on tho camous
of the University o* Miami, wiiich
will run through Dec. 23.
Jointly sponsored by Bth David
and t'e Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion the four courses offced fr>m
8 to 9 pm. include "What We
Jews Believe," with Rabbi I.miau
i> instructor; "Prayer-book He-
' wlit by Rabbi M >rris
Kipper; "Conversal onal Hebrew,"
Benjamin Ben-Ari instructing, and
"Israel Today and Tomorrow." to 1
be taught by Rabbi Avrom Drazin.,
Rabbi Maxwell Berger is teach-
ing the "Great Moments in Jewish
History" class, which meets from
9 to 10 p.m. The "Sex in the'
Bible and Judaism" class taught
, by Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz meets
i at the same time.
Child psychiatrist Dr. Walter
I Schlanger. a member of the Uni-
, versity of Miami School of Medi-
cine's faculty, will be the lecturer
for a special course entitled "The
; Psychology of Family Living." Dr.
! Richard Applcbaum. noted author
and pediatrician, will be the mod-
erator of the series.
Am ng the outstanding le -tiir-
ers for the series will be Dr. Selig
Viler, professor of American H'is-
tory, New York Stale University;
Dr. Theodore II. Gaster, professor
>f Comparative Religion at Co-
lumbia University, and Hv -\ 11-
known author Abraham Cam
"ho was the !'i!'>t ordained Catho-
lic priest since the Otli century to
invert t'> Judaism. The Family
Living Series is scheduled for 8:15 | David Couples Club members for
p.m. on Nov. 15 and 19, and Dec. 3 I Sunday evening discusions on the
10 and 17. In addition. Rabbi Lan- topic "Sex and the Family in the
dau will meet bimonthly with Beth > Jewish Tradition."
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GOROON
<. KOSHER CATERERS
from Hor ci'o* r?i to a complete buft>t
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Undr th rtrict liwvlslon of the United Khru Anocittlon f
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra.
OPEN NOOSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS KtCtPTIONS
TOT
Continental 120 Kosher Caterers
WEDDIHGl BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNIIMITEB
At Tour Home, Hall or Synagogue
CAU FOR FREE TARE-OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only "Shomtr Shobbos" Resfovranf
*33 BtRO ROAD, MIAMI Phonos 226-1744, 221 9096, 226-4031

The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different ir Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For I lformation Before Going To The Theatre
i jl*NE**f-AMf t/ICAN
l-?t SUIJ[)ANf
Th ONLY Chin...-Am.rKon tj.itouronl in So Florida
OPtN 24 HOUS (tuceot Suneor 4 HoWoyi cloted 7 A.M.-J WM.)
75
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CALL S22-M44 TUE OUT SERVICE
HENRY'S OPEN 24 HOURS
ROYAL HUNGARIAN EEB RESTAURANT
731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
GRAND REOPENING THANKSGIVING DAY
November 27th at 3 p.m.
DRINKS and NOSHERAI on the House
COMPLETE TAKE-OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE
On Order Call 538-5401
NOW OPEN
FOR OUR 21st YEAR
Chez oc*
eon
RESTAURANT
AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE
OPEN DAILY 5:30 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M.
CLOSED MONDAY AMPLE PARKING
128 N.E. 17th ST. e RES. 374-8825
MORRIS & RUTH URNER Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Established in )9
0*l<*
aSSS*
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 1-3987
PARKING ML' "
.FACILITIES BEACH
VOW OP EX 7 If AYS A WEEK
SPANISH e MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT L0DN6E
2322 N.W. 7 ST.
IF-YOU WISH TO CALL
FOR RESERVATIONS
64Z-9043
cumMMm
LUNCHEON from 85c
SUV ID FROM 11:45 AM.
DINNER from $2.35
79th ST. CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH 865 168 3
KEY WEST #1 DUVAl ST. 296-S55S
FT. LAUD. 17th ST. CAUSEWAY 523-634)
(Am. fro- tv.(,U*.l
TONY'S FISH MARKET RESTAURANTS
AMPl! rAIKINO SfACI ON PIIMIMS
R.
ANNOUNCES ITS
DINNER OPENING
on November 5, 1969
Your ho.t. MR VAN.
is most pleased to announce that he has
acquired the setvices of
CHEFM. GRIOUA
past executive chef of the Westview Country Club and the
Commodoie Hotel, New Yoik City
Serving the finest in Continental and American Cu.sme
Completely different entrees each day
Dinners from 5 30 to 9 00 PM.
by reservation only
phone 864-1384
5255 COLLI NS AVENUE
gtotto Boast ftmorgftfflort
STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967. we've
been featuring steak on our Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests ha^e said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat (or only $2.45? You folks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's alwavs on our dinner menu only $?.45 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at home!
$045
2
SPtCIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
tiutr ttntt folly 4:30 Sntn I M S
14875 SOUTH DIXIE H*Y. 231-1852
CocktaHL
Bakery


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fjemsii fkridSan
Friday, November 7, 1969
He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
...
HO .1.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangerrx its i mst
nol bt forgotten By planning ahead,decisions canbt
. i h m< d< vith( l emi press
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. ]f you have i t yet illed this obligation to
ei : i u tod sway,
L-a beceTl; fler needlessl)

B505 Northwi 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


169
= iFriday. November 7, 1969
^Jmisfi FkrSdHann
Services Sunday
for Miami Attorney
Louis Heiman, 66
Funeral sen toes were hold at
the Riverside Chnpol Sunday for
Miami attorney Louis Heiman, 66,
who died Saturday at his home,
5255 Collins Aw.. Miami Beach.
A native of
i leorgia, M1"- Hei-
man camp to the
Miami area in
1926 and U-nan
to practic" law.
offices were lat-
. <>[>ene firm in Orlando
id Stuart. He
h id membership
in the American,
Florida and Dade
County Bar As-
, iations. Louis ""Iman
A founder and first luvsidont of
Greatei Miami Bureau of Jew-
Education, he served as presi-
ni of Beth David Synagogue and
i > a former president of Sholem
idge, B'nal B'rith. and th.' Fifth
> -triet of the national organiza-
i'>n. A Jewish representative to
National Conference of Chris-
ns and .lews. Mr. Helm in was
> a member of the National
II. I Commission, the Elks, Ul-
tras Lodge No.275. K. X-A.M..
ui nine Temple.
Mr. Heiman is survived by his
Marcella; Ins son. Eugene, of
iami; his daughter, Mrs Mickey
..ii Pearlman of Now York: his
.other, one brothel', three sisters
nd four grandchildren.
fear Round Florida Living
Hfered By Coronet Hotel
The 18-room Coronet Hotel at
)th Street and Collins Avenue.
Iiieh has been open only during
he season, will hereafter accept
PStS the year around, its owner.
ilurray Berkowitz, has announeed.
The fully air-conditioned hotel
as a full block of private sandy
J a eh and is equipped with an
I >l\ nipic-size swimming |>ool. I'n-
der a new poliey, three kosher
meals will lie served daily eonti-
nental breakfast, lunch and din-
ner prepared under the rapervls-
ision of a resident niasliKiah. and
Hie kitchen will be equipped to
prepare meals for those with sjie-
mi diet requirements.
Homeshow Discount
Half-price tickets to the 19th
annual November Home Show at
!>inner Key Auditorium, which
'intinues throiiKh Sunday, are
bailable at Food Fair Stores, a
major exhibitor at the fair. The
*1 admission tickets may be pur-
chased for the discount ticket plus
V) cents.
rood r'air. which is featuring its
private label this year, is one of
the largest supermarket chains in
">.' nation, with 570 stores in Cali-
lomia, Nevada, and 11 states on
'he eastern seaboard. More than
2.000 products are packaged under
its label.
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Food Fair Starts
Remodeling Work
At Surfside Store
Construction is under way on an
expansion and modernization pro-
gram to transform Surfaide's Food
Fair. 9-100 Harding Aw., into a
brand-new supermarket of 2.'!.000
square feet.
Three outmoded rental stores
north of the existing Food Fair
building have been demolished to
make room for a two-story ad-
dition which will provide storage
and warehouse simce for the food
store.
The Food Fait will.be-eottmlttcly
remodeled according to designs by
Miami architect Loyd Frank Vann,
inside and outside. The sales area
will lie increased by approximately
i o.OOO square feet to a total of 19,-
i 500 feet. The store's exterior will
be redecorated with a pebble finish.
The store will maintain its re-
gular business hours during the re
modeling, which is scheduled to
1h- completed by February 1970.
Irwin Christie Seeks Another Term On City Commission
Irwin Christie, who is complet-
ing his first term on the Miami
City Commission, is seeking re-
election to that position.
In his bid for return to the seat
which hi' has occupied for the past
four years, Mr. Christie, who was
instrumental in making the re-
development program of Temple i
Israel of Greater Miami |x>ssib!c. :
spearheading the effort to obtain i
the cooperation of the City of !
Miami, cited some of his other I
accomplishments lor the i>eople of
Miami.
i
The Conflict of Interest law for
Citv Commissioners which Mr.
Christie sponsored has been hailed
ac a modi I for the United States;
enfoid m. ,,i i ni,. zoning and
housing laws generated a fight
against "spot zoning" which left
residential areas unprotected from
industrial encroachment; and Mr.
Christie started the first battle
against the "California Plan" spon-
sored by the insurance industry in
an effort to keep down the spiral-
big rates on automobile and home
insurance.
His battles for removal of junk
automobiles, a stronger Milk Com
Computer System Designed Loeally
An advanced computer-based
i hospital information processing
' system will l>c designed and devel-
veloix'd by Tri-Comp Corp. for
Howard University's Freedmen's
! Hospital in Washington. D.C.. ac-
cording to the terms of an agree-
ment between thi' Miami computer
firm and the university. Data
processing seiviccs fur the project
Beth Tov Chapter Plans Activities For November
Beth Tov Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women will have its next meeting
at 7:1."> ii.m. Thursday, Nov. 1.'!. in
the Community Room of the Chase
Federal, on Arthur Godfrey Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feder will
be the guest speakers, discussing
obscenity and pornography. Mr.
Feder is the state chairman of the
will be provided by XiOX Interna-
tional. Inc.. which has a minority
interest in Tri-Comp.
The university and hospital will
cooperate in the development of
the system, which will be oriented
toward patient care, but will in-
corporate every major support
function, medical, financial or ad-
ministrative, and will have provi-
sions for medical training, re-
search and development.
Col George I". Gorgol, president
American Civil Liberties Union. <>f both Tri-Comp and XiOX. said
The chapter will kick off the thai preliminary estimates indi-
season of activities on Saturday, eat,' that design and development
costs "ill be in excess of SI mil-
lion. Provision Ins been made for
outside funding. Lou Poller, Miami
community leader, is chairman ol
tlie board t XiOX Internation.
..._.
LEGAL NOTICfc
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR CHANGE
OF NAME No. 69-17373
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Sotlce is given that tin- undersigned
Petll.......i- ABRAHAM M FREE1 >-
MAX. and SARAH FREBDMAN
whose residence address is ii" South
Shori- Drive, Apt. 7 in the City of
Miami, Dade County, Florida Intends
i.. apply i" ill.' Honorable OENE
WILLIAMS, Judge ..f the Uth Judici-
al Circuit, in ami for Dnde County,
Florida at his office In thi Count?
Courthouse at l:!S I'M on December
Int. I'."'.1', or as soon thereafter as
Petitionera may be heard, tor an
order changing Petitioners' name
in.in ABRAHAM M FRBEDMAN t"
At.Vt.V FREEMAN, ami SARAH
FRBBDMAX, i" SARAH FREEMAN
by which "name Petitioner*! shall
therefore be known.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 39th
day "i Octohei. 1969
ARRAMAM M FRERDMAN
Pet Itioner
SARAH FRBEDMAN
Petitioner
SAM W KI.EINFELD
Attorney
11 7 14-21-2*
ion, lower eli ctric rales, and
an early end to the l V blackout .,r
the Orange Bowl New Veal's
game are will known to observers
of the Miami political scene. But
his idea of setting aside Virginia
Key lor a scientific oceanographic
center to promote new studies
leading to future oceanographic
development is a less well-known
project.
Mr. Christie, a practicing attor-
ney, is a member of the boards of
Beth David Synagogue. Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, and
the YM-YWHA. A trustee of the
National Kidney Disease Founda-
tion, he is a member of the Bat-
Associations, the Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity, Juvenile Council,
Audubon Society, and the Jewish
V\elfare Board.
Mr. Christie and his wife, Joyce,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Specter and granddaughter of the
late "Pop" Spector, live at 1710 S.
Miami Ave. The Christies, who are
tin' parents of Bart. Donna, Lisa.
Brenda and Jennifer, participate in
numerous civic, fraternal and re-
ligious activities of the Greater
Miami area.
Now '.'L'. with an 8:30 ii.m. Cliii/ se
Auction and dinner in NaTons Red
Dragon Room, on Normandy Isle.
Mis. LuAnn Colodnj is in charge
ot reservations.
Smorgasbord Luncheon
Biscayne Chapter ol the Ameri-
can Medical Center will host its
annual smorgasbord luncheon at
11:30 a.m. Thursday. Nov. 13, in
the Ives Estates optimist Bldg. at
NE l'Hh Avenue and 205th Street.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N iVTICE IS HEl BUY <:i\ EX that
Hi. undersigned, -irini: In
in ii i i. Ill fll III loUM
,,. M VRLY'K DBS (1 ..V .11 I'- s w.
Sill \.. Mi,.11, ll.'
er Kaifl name ith th.- t'l. i-U ..f
i> 1 ii '<>url rldn MAKTA LIMA ol Dade C lunt],
FERNANDI /.
ii 7 14-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l.s HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned d< Hiring to engage
in busbies* uiul. i the fictitious name
i BRUOKE DISTRIBUTORS, IN'-,
.1 I. a SOUTHERN A V ELEC-
TRONICS al 380 N.E 87tll Sir.'.
Miami. Florida ml.-n.ls to register
saia name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court i't' Dade County, Florida
UKOOKE DISTRIBUTORS, INC.,
1 h a Si H'THERN A-V
BLECTRONIC8
By: a i "esar San Roman
Cesar San Roman, Vice President
K"| >VNBR, MANNHE1MER,
liREENFIELD & CUTLER, P.A,
Ai torneys for
BROOKE DISTRIBUTORS, IXC.
,;ii" Dupont I'laza Outer T^
Miami. Florida 33131
11 7 14-21-28
Philip Brodatz, photographic
illustrator and teacher, has
joined the University of
Miami as director of its photo
center and lecturer in photog-
raphy. A veteran of 30 years
in photography, Brodatz has
taught in seveal schools and
his work has appeared at
the Eastman Kodak World's
Fair and Grand Central Ter-
minal exhibits, the Merchan-
dise Mart in Chicago, and in
four one-man shows. Brodatz
will try to visualize the uni-
versity through photographs
for university publications.
"Chinese Auction"
The Young Couples Club ol Beth
David ConKrecation is sponsoring
! a "Chinese Auction'' at X:.?(> p.m.
I Saturday in the South Dad.' iToOO
S\V 120th St.' branch,
Mere pennies arc required to be
i able to take part in the games, and
, ewryone can w:.i something. The
public b> Invited to participate in
i fun evening, proceeds of which will
: go to help furnish the new school
; building: at the South Dade loca-
I tion.
Hatikvah Honors 8th Year
Hatikvah Chapter 114.1 of B'nai
| B'rith Women will mark its 8th
| anniversary at noon Tuesday, Nov.
118, with a luncheon in the Morton
I Towers Restaurant. Guest speaker
| will be Mrs. Arthur Bassman, the
i treasurer or is nai B'rith District
1 Five. Mrs. Robert l.itt will serve i
as chairman of the day.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREIU GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, dealring to engage
m business under th- fictitious name
of A M AIR CoNDITIONINC!
SERVICE al %V 8 H". l-i Sir. .t.
Miami Intend* in r^Kist.r aald name
With the Cl.-rU of the Circuit Court
of pade County, Florida.
ANDREA I'EREZ DeALEJO
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY UIVKN that
the un.l. i mi; m.-.I. U. sii.hk tu vnKai;,'
in business under the fictitious name
of THE W'tCKEK liAUIIKN OK
FLORIDA at 600 N.K. 125th street. N.
Miami intend to retcintcr Maid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
nf Dade County. Florida.
JOKEBH LANG
CI-AIKE LANti UKOSSMAN'
11 '7 M-iJl-'JR
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8S639
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Extate of
JACK C.EBAIDE *
DeceHHed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Pemonn Ha\ -
ing riaims or DvraundF Acainet Saul
Ext ale:
You art* hereby noUfied anil re-
quired io preaenl a*nj clalmn ana de-
manda which >-nu maj have againat
Hi.- aatate of JACK' OEBAIDB de-
ceaaed late of Dade County, Florida,
io the County JuiIkis of bade County,
ami file the Ham,* in dupllc*ate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
f-taiuW's. in lh,Mr offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within si\ calendar months
from the lime of th-' first publication
hereof, or the Nam,- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 39th
day of October, a.d, 1!!.
MOLLY QBBAIDE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of November. ly.
IIALBCT anil CAIJHTT
Attorney for Executrix
240 Fifth Street
Miami Beach, Florida 33130
)
: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
i IS' 1:1": Batate of
HCii.) AKTNKIl,
1 tereaaed
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
flh-il the Final Iteporl ami Petition
tor Distribution ami Final Discharge
las Executor of the estate of Hl'ilii
ARTNL'K. .1. .ea.-eil ami that on t|u-
..Hi day of December, 1989, will apply
io ih.- Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
oi said Final Report ami for distribu-
tion ami final ,lisch:tri;e as Bxecutor
of the estate of ihe above-nami >i
decedent, This lih duy of November,
! ;;',
Kl'HT WKI.I.ISi-II.
Bxecutor of Estate of
Minn ARTNBR, Dei a- !
KURT UIII.I.ISCII
Attorney
167 Almeria Avenue
'oral Oables, Florida 33184
I'M..m- 144-S492
II 7-14-JI U

hbBJNOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.. underslgni d, desiring to enta*.-
in business under the fictitious name
In-All: CAKE CENTER al 643
\ IV 3rd Street, Miami, Fla Intends
io register said name with the <"lerk
. iii.- Ciucull Court of Dade Count]
Florida
81 UTHI*TtN i'i INVAUSSCHNT
HOME, INC
FACNCE, KINK AND FORM AN
ai lorne) for Applicant
i ."_ Congress Bldg Miami
> 11 7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-18285
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NOEL FI ETCHER BEIRNE.
Plaintiff, T"3
VS. j
FRANCIS BEIRNE,
Defendant.
TO: FRANCIS BEIRNE,
7216 AUard Si reel
Philadelphia, Pa
You FRANCIS BEIRNE, are here-
by notified thai a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required i" serve a
cop] of your Answer or Pleading to
Hi. Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, GOLDMAN, tiOIJ}STBTN &
PACZIER 2401 West Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida S8133 ami file the
original Answer ot- Pleading In the
ofii,.....f ih.- Clerk of th,. Circuit
Court on or before the leth ilay ..f
11..-, mi., r 1969 I:' you tail to do so,
Judgment h> default will he taken
against you (or the relief demanded
in the Mill <.f Complaint.
This m.ii. shall I..- published once
ea.h week for four consecutiv, weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/VRIDIAN
DONE AM' ORDERED ai Miami.
Florida, tins Jrd da] of Novemhei
ac i'.";'.
E B LEA THERM AN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C 1. ALEXANDER
1 leputy Clerk
ic 'ii'.uil Court Seal i
GOLDMAN. i;ol.l>sTi:i\
,\i PACZ1EI!
3401 W, Flagler Street
Miami. FkM Ida 3313.1
Attorneys for Plaintiff
II 7 14-21-23


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vJenisf fkrkf&r
Friday, November 7, igw
S&/fc FOOD FAIR a*y DAY...Pt*e* **e tAc SAME ALL WEEK!
FOOD
FAIR
?w 1/2 PRICE
DISCOUNT COUPONS!
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HOME SHOW
$ n uss*> wo hi* sfc
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TIM S. 1
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ESTMMI ?'Ml MT PWT H|En
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9 Prizes ... One Each Mite
iiij
"AGE OF STEEL"
AMERICAN HER 7AGE
HISTORY OF
THE UNITED STATES
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99
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59C EACH
.......m
?w.^ lift
SALE!
Yellow dr.- Peaches 3 89
Frtjit Cocktsil 4 $1
Early Garden Peas 4 *1
Del Monte Tomato Sauce 8
Farmkest Ice Cream
79:
F:o:en Miami Sagels 2
Rich's Coffee Rich 5
4S^
s1
MEAT DINNERS
2 89=
u.s
:hc ce
1
19
SIRLOIN
STEAKS
T-BONE STEAKS $129
CHUCK STEAKS
RIB STEAKS
69'
99'
S|29
S|l
LONDON BROIL
ROUND ROAST
RIB ROAST 99
CALIFORNIA ROAST 89
USDA
PRIME
U S PRIME
J39
$|49
79'
$|09
S|39
$|29
$|09
99'
ROASTING
CHICKENS
SELECTED WESTERN
BEEF LIVER
TCP GU-. SOLDEN
12
DAN JOU PEARS
SEEDLESS 10
GRAPEFRuiT
59
caisp RED
RADISHES
2 39'
3 19
Master's Soar Creair 39:
Seashore's Sje'';.' 49"
Florida tStm timi 10=
Food Fair Cream Cheese
Ctrl Oil Margarine
Danish Smoked Salami
!' if i'-Mi!
MILLER HIGH LIFE
6 I09
GP*

STEMWARE
s-33
1
Cottage Cheese
FOOD FAIR SODAS
3 i
PERCOLATOR
199
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AT ALL FOOD FAIH "C FREOEItlCI-
IMS 'OiKCR MAftKCT
pn
-
LAST CHANCE!
TO COMPLETE TOUR
IRONSTONE
DINNERWARE SET
YOU HtVI Til SUNDAY. NOVIMSCR 9
1. DINNER PLATE
2. 7" LUNCH PLATE
3. 9-OZ. COFFEE MUG
4. 7" MUG SAUCER
5. DESSERT DISH
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29
**i( gaiiTiiits us'
: u*v\
ROLLS 3 $1
Streussel Coffee Cake 4S:
,m mam
29 MACKEREL 39
29c
" Haddock Fillet
99c Icelandic Fish Cakes
73:
33:
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Rice Pudding
Nova Scotia Lox
Austrian Swiss Cheese
Oven Roasted Turkey Roll
39s
89
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Miami, Florida Friday. November 7, 1969
Section
Veterans Day To Be Marked With Concert
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The first concert of the 1969-
1970 series presented by the Miami
Beach Cultural Society will be a
Veterans Day presentation in the
Miami Beach Auditorium Tuesday
evening in which the significance
of the day will be recognized in
speech and song.
Maui ice Weinman, state vice
commander, Jewish War Veterans
Department of Florida, will pre-
?ide at the opening ceremonies.
which will include the Star Span-
gled Banner, presentation of the
colors by a Jiwish War Veterans
honor guard and by the Knights
nf Columbus Color Corps, and the
invocation by Father David L.
Symcs of St. John Vianney Minor
Seminary- The benediction will be
given by Rabbi David Raab of
Temple Beth Raphael.
| by Chase Federal Savings & Loan
Association vice president Goorge
W. Valentine, and Miami Beach
j Mayor Jay Dernier wiH exLctnd
greetings from the City. An ad-
| dress by U.S. Sen. Edward J. Gur-
ney will follow, after which the
80 young musicians of the South
Florida Youth Symphony, under
the baton of Carmen Nappo. will
I present a varied musical program,
featuring Vincent Lopez as guest
conductor.
Also on the musical program are
Anne Fvans and Allen B. Gi!d"r-
Sleeve, who will present selections
from "The Sound of Music." ac-
companied by Warren Broome and
the orchestra.
sored by Chase Federal Savings
and Loan Association as a com-
munity service.
Chairman of the evening will be
A'len A. Dworkis. president of the
Miami Beach Cultural Soeie*y; the
commentator for the musical por-
tion will be Ruth Chilton.
Heeds
DOfWR PARTl
Mrs. Lee Shapiro, volunteer South Dade regional director
for the United Fund of Dade County, instructs teenage
volunteers (left to right) Sara Freedman, Robin Pomerantz,
Adrianne Tach, Mike Joanno and Linda Shapiro on hew
to conduct house-to house solicitation assignment. The teen-
agers are members of the YM-YWHA, a beneficiary of the
United Fund campaign.
Th-> concert, presented by the
ooperation with the city's Tourist
Miami Beach Cultural Society in
The audience will be welcomed Development Authority, is spon-
E. Albert Pallot, left, who was instrumental in obtaining the
premiere showing of "Hello Dolly" for the major fund-raising
project of the Greater Miami Chapter cf Brandeis University
National Women's Committee, Mrs. Rhea Goldfarb and
Harold Dorfman look on as Mrs. Benjamin Kresberq, presi-
dent, signs the contract and check fcr Jimmy Grilfis, riaht,
Brandt Theatres representative. Mrs. Goldfarb, Irene Dorf-
man and Sarah Schwarlz are cochairmen for the event, to
take place Wednesday evening. Dec. 17, at the 39-ch
Theatre.
To Friends Off The Jewish Homo
(Douglas Gordons)
Pleaso Holp
Oof Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Av Miami) org.ntly
needi your help NOW.
The Home's cost* ore iky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This wag* Increase alone will cost the Home an ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial problem*
are aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You can also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Shop.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop ot 696-2101 and arrange for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
SUSSKIND
IERNER
GINOTT
Temple Emanu-EI Announces Trio Of Forum Lecturers
Three oMtstar.clinir speakers.
David Susskind. Max Lerner and
' Dr. Haim G. Ginott. will be pre-
sented in the Temple Emanu-EI
1970 Forum Series as part of its
1 continuous cultural program for
member?; and the community at
: large, acc.rding to an announce-
ment made by Rabbi Irving Lehi-
man, spiritual leader of the Miami
Beach eoiiLrregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul J. Morgan
are chairmen of the series of lec-
ii s, which will be :-. I i-i the
main sanctuary of th temple at
1701 Washington Av\. on Jan. 14.
y b. 11 ... I March 11.
"An:, rica in Revolt I 17 ivil'
[r. Susskin 's ~ il ii the
:< ..! .'a:. \ A V, l-kn .
1 levision ;: -
s> i atity, as b ith an actor and a
produc r Mr, Susskin '. who will
cMscuss th< probl ms that
faci : country I i lay, has been
the rcci ol n iny awards, in-
: 11 Emmys tu :' a
-.' I s two
G aid awai >. lo.n [V Film
a "P
the V-...' award.
'I he i >nd : F 1. 11.
. > .i .'.. a>
t Max Lera
. at ion
I L'i iver-
sit.. Mr. Lc-rnei < i yea
i Jtai h oi a Foi : a
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i( il '.-. v< Ii me nl i t!:'V wril i
n -.. ndical I n v i\ i column
which appears -: c tin* s a week.
He is the author of 'America As a
Civilization." which received wide
acclaim, a-I "Thi Age of Overkill
A Preface I VVoi I I Politics."
and is currently at work o.--. a I
about Europe.
die Fast a Challenge To World
P< act ."
Dr. Hui. G. Ginott. adiunet pro-
: <>' Psychology in N w v rh
-::. 's ..! luati departm nl
Psycho i has ntit led his
Mai 11 :. ctun "Son \
and < ld." A coi sultanl to
nv ntal h dth c nters In Com
cut. Ni w Yoi k and Ni \\
Dr. Ginott, who received his de-
: Clii ii.:! Psycho! g fi >m
Columbia University, has served
the United Nations as an ex|
on child psychotherapy and parent
gui lane and is the author
"Group Psychotherapy With C
r*n :.." a professional book, an I
"Betwi Parent and Child" and
n Par- nt and th Te n
ager." His discussion of fai
i will be basi d on the I: I -
r tw books, which are c in
i -i -si Hi rs.
Art Exhibition Opens Sunday A '
r Fin Arts Building, 12 ; I NE 8th
' n exiii il i Ira ski i rii s, ,.,...,
sculpt m bj Ave" Nortn Mm "orn Nov. 9
ni mb rs of the Blue Dome Fel- '" Nov. 29. A 1-1 p.m. recepti
wshi art organi- wil ipen the exhibition S
Mr. Lerner. who d:! his under-
graduate work and law studies at
; Yale University and his graduate
work at Brcokings Graduate
School before teaching at Sarah
Lawrence College, Williams Col-
lege and Haivard University, will
iss "Th Probli ms of Th,' Mid-
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(CONSERVATIVE!
ANNOUNCES THE RESUMPTION
Of LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES AT 8:30 P.M.
FOR THE 1969-70 SEASON
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Preach On
"OUR COMMUNITY AND YOU-
A PLEA AND A CHALLENGE
A POST-ELECTION MESSAGE"
Cantor Zvi Adler Wii! Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Undei the direction o, Ml Shmuel Fershko
Dr. David Weinstein, president
of the Chica.70 College of Jew-
ish Studies, who spoke at
Temple Israel cf Greater Miami
on "The Need For a Revolution
in Jewish Education."
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In an act of faith which will rebound to the
benefit of the strengthening of the State cf
Israel, a purchase of 550,000 in Israel Bonds
was made by the "Minyonaires" Congrega-
tion cf Coral Gables. Here, President Max W.
Temchin receives the Israel Bond certificates
fiom Michael Lilvak, director cf the Israel
Bond Organization. Also taking part in the
ceremony, left, is Ben Diamond, vi;e presi-
dent and, right. Max Deckter, vice pre idem.
Mr. Litvak congratulated the "Minyonaires"
oiflcers on the purchase, which he said will
inspire ether congregations and organiza-
tions, multiplying the benefi's to Israel.
Redman Returns
To Join PR Firm
Robert J. Rodman has returned
to his homo town. Miami Beach, to
booomo vi<-- president of Ra-
man and Associates, public rela-
tions consultants.
A graduate (.f Miami I
Senior ili';!i sd: : ai d the Uni-
versity oi Miami, Mr. Redman,
ivho has been j I i with the
:' Fed-
eral I>; posit I: '. '.,. ; I] ;,.
tion, v.ii be < ha
vt lopment of new .
appn iches for mod
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Coffee Kirks Off 1970 Leukemia Drive British Rabbi
Mrs. Irving J. Whitman, member
f the Dade-Monroe Chapter, Leu-
kemia Society of America's, board
f trust.es. will host a "coffee" at
i t* e Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.. to
kick off a special tund-raisinK ef-
fort ir the fight against leukemia.
Goal of the committee in this
If70 campaign is $10,000, which
will bo used to support the so-
ciety's world-wide research anil
educational programs as w, II as to
civ assistance to local patients
suffering from the disease.
Green To Coaeh At Miami-Dade
Ron Green, former Vanderbilt
basketball star, has joined the
Miami-Dade Junior College coach-
ing staff. As assistant to head
basketball coach Julie Cohen.
will focus his attention on the
team's forwards and centers.
"Ron has a wide range of ex-
perience and is knowledgeable
,ibout the problems facing forwards
and pivot men. He knows the
lundaim ntals as well as the finer
points of bask i ail." Cohen said
Green, after graduation from
Vand( ilt where he received bis
Bacheli r's degree in 1966. obtain-
ed his Masters degree from Uni-
Iversity of Miami. He played pio
ball in Italy in 1966 and 1%7 and
was a member of the c.s. Macca-
i biah basketball team in 1965.
Liebman To Discuss Book
Seymour Liebman, historian and
anthor. will review the book "The
Son of the Star" by Andrew Mr is
I el in the first of the 1969-70 book
review series at a meeting of the
j Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
Monday Nov. 17 at 1:30 p.m. in
I ho Algiers Hotel. Proceeds from
the series hi Ip support Hadassah-
Israel Educational Services.
Guest Speaker
Dr. Immanuel Jakobovits, chief
Rabbi of the British Common-
wealth of Nations, will bo guest
speaker at the Inaugural Maimoni-
des Award dinner honoring Sey-
mour Friend Saturday Nov. 22 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
A community wide reception is
ueing planned for Dr. Jakobovits,
noted author, lecturer and mem-
j ber of the International Board of
I Governors of Shaare Zedek Hos-
pital in Jerusalem, which is spon-
i soring the dinner honoring Friend
I for his work on its behalf.
Auxiliary Meeting Set
A regular meeting will bo hold
by the Harry H. Coht n-Sm fsiile- '
Bay Harbor Host and Auxiliary
723, Jewish War Veterans at 8
p.m. Wednesday in the Surfside
Community Center, 93rd Street
and Collins Avenue.
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are (left to right) Mrs. Muray Kem, Mrs.
Fred Sheldon, Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe. Mrs.
Leonard A. Wien and Mrs. Nancy Negrin.
The coffee will be held at the home of Mrs.
Wien Tuesday Nov. 17.
Kimball Is Named Municipal Judge
Leonard L. Kimball. who for
(ight years served on the North
Miami City Council before becom-
ing Town Attorney for the Town
i.f Medley has been appointed by
ihe Council to serve as a municipal
judge.
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Play To Benefit Variety
The Suburban League is spon-
soring a preseason performance of
The Boys In The Band" Wednes-
day, Nov. 26, in Coconut Grove
Playhouse. Mrs. Arthur Sitrin and
Mrs. David Sommer are coehair-
men of the event, proceeds of
which will go to Variety Children's
Hospital. Mrs. Ronald Albert is iri
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JWV Post Plans
Veterans Observance
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By RUTH SIRKIS
As you probably know, chopped chicken liver is a classic
Jewish favorite. It is no problem to prepare when you have the
livers available, but it takes some imagination to produce the
same taste using substitutes.
As in many other fields. Israeli cooks have had to learn to
use their imagination. The lr-ajsjun Ls sjmplc: $o{nc things, sucas
eggplant, we have in abundance, but not too many chickens.rlet
alone chickyfi livers, were available. So we devise? a recipe for
"Chopped Hvef^isitTE e?gf5;'m?' \ fmfrV you to taste "Israeli
Chicken IJver." and promise not to be surprised if you like it
better than the original.
ISRAELI OtUCKSN I.IVKK
1 medium onion Pepper
2 pounds eggplant Fai-sley
5 hard-boiled eggs Ripe olives
Oil for frying 1 tomato
Salt
Peel the eggplants, slice into '_. inch slices; brown on both
side in oil an inch deep in large frying pan. Eggplant absorbs
some oil, so oil will have to be added after each batch. Drain on
paper towels. Fry chopped onion in the oil until golden brown.
Put the fried eggplant, three of the hard-boiled eggs and the fried
onions through a food chopper (an electric blender or chopping
board and knife may be us-d instead) and add salt and pepper
to taste. Arrange on a platter, garnishing with remaining hard-
boiled eggs, tomato slices, parsley and olives. Serves eight as the
first course at dinner.
Cookies are a good thing to have on hand -for when friends
drop in for coffee, or a child asks for a treat. Offer them a sweet,
crisp, golden goodie.
The recipe here is very easy, since the mixer dies almost all
the work for you. Form the cookies by pushing the.n through a
cooky-press, eliminating the usual rolling-out and cutting-out
process. Stored in an air-tight jar, or in the freezer, these cookies
keep very well- if they're not eaten up light away, that is.
<{t"ICK COOKIES
2 teaspoons vanilla
2"b cups flour
1'2 teaspoons baking powder
' teaspoon salt
2 sticks margarine
l cup sugar
1 egg
2 tablespoons milk
Pre-heajt qven Jo 50 K4
Whip margarine and sliear In a large mixing bowi about 5
minutes until very light and fluffy. Continue heating, after the
addition of the egg and the milk, and put mixer on slow sjx'ed as
the flour, which has been sifted with salt and baking powder, is
added to the mixture. When all ingredients are thoroughly mixed,
transfer the dough into a cookie press and press onto a teflon
COOkic sheet, leaving about one inch between them. (They can
also be dropped from a teaspoon, but this method will not
result in evenly shaped cookies.) Bake 8-10 minutes, until edges
turn very light brown (center will still be almost white i. Remove
from cookie sheet with a spatula, cool on a rack. The cookies are
soft when warm, but harden as they cool. You will have to watch
these very carefully to avoid burning them. The second and third
hatches will take less time in the oven than the first, and must
be watched more closely. Makes about 50 cookies.
This old-fashioned soup will bring back childhood memories.
Thick and satisfying, it is easy to make and surely will be appre-
ciated by your family on a cool day. Other parts of the chicken
can be used, but I find this is ii good way to utilize the giblets of
a chicken which has been broiled or roasted.
OLD-FASHIONED BAKEEY SOUP
1 pound chicken giblets
and wings
1 cup diced carrots
1 cup diced celery
1 tablespoon onion flakes
1 tablespoon parsley flakes
1 beef bouillon cube
13 cup barley
' teaspoon pepper
8 cups water
Clean the giblets (except the liver) and wings, and add to
water in a fair sized pot. Add carrots and celery (other vege-
tables like squash and potatoes may also be used) onion flakes
and parsley (or chop an onion and use fresh parsley) the season-
ings and the twrley. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer
one hour,'until the barley is tender and the soup creamy. Taste,
and add water or seasoning if necessary.
Apples are a bargain, and are piled in abundance wherever
you shop. Red or green, tart or sweet, they can be enjoyed fresh
or utilized in many recipes. The sight of apples starts one to
thinking of apple pie, strudel. baked apples or apple compote. And
here is a less common way to use them -fried apple rings, tender
and sweet Inside, crispy blown outside. Delicious and lovely to
look at!
FRIED APPLE RlXtiS
> medium apples 2 eggs
1 cup flour 1 tablespoon sugar
'; cup milk l'j teaspoons baking powder
4 cup buttermilk Oil for frying
Mix flour, sugar and baking powder in a bowl, add milk,
buttermilk and eggs, heal until the batter is smooth and looks
like a thick sauce. Peel and core the apples, cut cross-wise into
quarter-inch slices. Heat Inch-deep oil In a big heavy frying pan;
dip apple slices in batter. Covering on both sides. Drop into hot
oil, brown nicely on one side. Turn only once before removing to
drain on paper towels and sprinkling with confectioners' sugar.
Serve immediately.
Mayor Presents
Safety Awards
Award certificates were pre-
sented to members of the Miami
Beach Mayor's Safety Committee
by Mayor Jay Dormer at a recent
banquet at the Algiers Hotel.
Awarded certificates for con-
tributions to safety, Harry Arons-
berg, Barnett Brceskin, Zebu Ion
Brodies. Harold Caplan, Irving
Cohen, Ted Cohen. Joseph Druck-
er. William Parr, Sam Katz, Mur-
ray Grossman, Jack Harris, Dave
Klinger, Harold Lewis, Dave May,
Emanuel Mentz, Nat Potamkim!
Rev, Nathan Rose, Ruth Schwartz-
berg, Rev. Abraham Seif, Lou 1
Samuels,-; Mrs. Harold Shapiro, I
l)*rmk dtfein. '-unp. ffn. and!
Gearge Whitney. Plaques were
given to Howard Klohr and Bill
Weiss.
Bell System Puts
Over $348 Million
In Florida Economy
Expenditures by the Bell system
in Florida last year exceeded $34H
million dollars, according to Don-
ald L. Oddy, local Southern Bell
Manager.
The amount which includes
wages, taxes, goods, services, and
interest and dividends paid to in-
vestors, represents Southern Bell
Telephone Company. Western
Electric, Long Lines Department
of American Telephone and Tele-
graph and Bell Telephone Labora-
tories.
Wages and salaries for Bell Sy-
stem employees in the state ac-
counted for $145 million and the
21.4.10 employees represented about
one per cent of non-farm employ-
ment in Florida.
Construction expenditures reach-
c Six per cent of non-residential con-
struction. Local and stab' taxi's
paid were more than $27 millon
purchase s from (> 66 towns and cities amounted to
nearly $72 million, dividends on
22.5 million shares owned by
Floridians came to $51 million,
and the Bell System paid over $6
million in rent.
Mrs. Vera Seltzer, past membership chairman of the Miami
Council of Pioneer Women, and Mrs. Harriet Green, presi-
dent of the Miami Gowieil.of Pinnae* Women teecowLand
third from left) receive a National Membership Award at
the recent Pioneer Women's Convention in Washington
D.C. Presenting the award are (left) Mrs. Marjorie Model,
national membership chairman, and Mrs. Esther Zackler.
national president of the organization.
Vocational Course Begins At Ariel phi
Adelphi Schools, In addition to
its curriculum of academic and
business courses, is adding voca-
tional courses to its high school
credit program.
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blueprint reading, electricity and
electronics, radio and television
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ditioning (pipefitting), tool and
die design, plastics mold design.
watcn and instrument renair.
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ed ( hairman of the vocational pro-
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Friday, November 7
Miami Happenings
Miami Beach Real Estate
Broker Max Grant, whose offi-
ces are at 407 Lincoln Rd., has
announced his candidacy for a
seat on the Miami Beach City
Council.
* *
Leonard Tobin, president of
Tobin Si Tobin Insurance Agen-
cy of Miami, attended the first
annual convention of the various
corporations managed by Great
Eastern in New York City re-
.. cejitly. Business seminars were
held for executives and officers
of the corporatinwHin i ,m -

Arthur H. Courshon, president
of Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach, has announced the
appointment of Ben M. Jacobi as
vice president and senior real
estate officer at the bank. Mr.
Jacobi is a graduate of Ohio
Wesleyan University and did his
graduate work at U.S.C.. Akron
University and its School of Law.
*
Susan Nrunian, the editor of
the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce's monthly magazine
'The Miamian" for 4'2 years,
has been named director of com-
munications for the architec-
tural firm of Ferendino-Grafton
Pancoast.
*
Bruce S. Rubin has joined the
Ronald Levitt Public Relations
Associates, Inc., firm as.an ac-
count executive. A graduate of
the University of Miami, he lives
at 7921 S\V 16th St.
*
Louis Sisto, Republic National
Bank of Miami president and
board chairman, has announced
the election of Richard Elias,
M.D.. as a director of the finan-
cial institution. A Phi Beta Kap-
pa honoree. Dr. Elias, who has
jjublished many papers on coro-
nary circulation, is a Clinical
Associate Professor of Medicine
at the University of Miami Med-
ical School. A graduate of Co-
lumbia University College of
Physicians and Surgeons, Dr.
Elias has been practicing in the
Miami area since 1962.

Allan T. Abes*. Jr., president
of City National Bank of Coral
Gables, has announced the fol-
lowing promotions: Mrs. Peg C.
Devlin, senior vice president;
Mrs. Juanita H. C'oomer, vice
president and cashier; Miss Con-
nie Arnaz. vice president; Mrs.
Florence S. Kmitto, assistant
trust officer; Mrs. Norma Jean
Rfdix, assistant cashier, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Seykora, assist-
ant vice president.
*
Murray Meyerson, Fifth Dis-
trict Constable representing
Miami Beach, has been appoint-
ed to serve on the Federal Bar
Association's Criminal Law-
Committee.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. San-
sone, Sr.. 5135 SW 133rd Ct.,
were delegates from Tropical
Roae Society of Coral Gables to
the national convention of the
American Rose Society in Nor-
folk. Va., recently. Mr. Sanson is
director of engineering at Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital.

S. Sidney Raffel. president of
Dupont Plaza Travel Service,
has announced the appointment
of Deana Frank as a travel con-
sultant. Miss Frank, who has
been associated with Farr Tours
for 14 years, will emphasize the
personal service offered by the
agency, he said.

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J. Conrad Allain, audio-visual
consultant for Jayark Instru-
ments Corp. of New York who
has more than 25 years experi-
ence in the movie industry, has
joined Coronado Studios. Inc. of
Miami as an associate producer
and director of sales, Fred L.
Singer, president of the studios,
has announced. Mr. Allain has
teen asociated with McAskill
Publications.
*
Philip B. Amsterdam, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Am-
sterda, 2320 SW 24th St.. has
been promoted by the U.S. Air
Force to first lieutenant. A
graduate of Miami Senior High
School and the University of
Miami, where he received a B.S.
degree, the lieutenant, who re-
ceived his commission after com-
pleting Officer Training School
at Lackland AFB. Tex., is with
the 351st Strategic Missile
Wing, a Strategic Air Command
unit, at Whiteman AFB, Mo.
*
Paul S. Appleby has joined
the savings departments of the
American Savings and Loan As-
sociation of Miami Beach, the
president of the financial insti-
tution. Morris X. Broad, has an-
nounced. Mr. Appleby had been
with Dade Federal for six years.
*
Ronald L. Fine, president of
Venture Development Corp., is
serving as cochairman of the an-
nual real estate seminar being
conducted by the American Man-
agement Association in New
York City this week.
* *
The Pepsi-Cola Co., has begun
marketing a new 'Diet Pepsi"
containing no cyclamates. vice
president and. general manager
Herbert G. Paige has announced.

A story describing the renova-
tion of 18 duplexes in the South
Dade area and the resulting up-
grading of their neighborhood
has won the Florida Association
of Realtors' "Best Article Award
for 1969." The story, by realtor
Kenneth D. Rosen of Coral Ga-
bles, was published in the Au-
gust issue of Florida Realtor
Magazine.
* *
George A. Simon, a member of
the Miami Board of Realtors and
president of the National Insti-
tute of Farm and Land Brokers,
has been nominated to serve on
the Institute's board of directors
for 1970. Mr. Simon is active in
the National Real Estate Fliers
Shown with Prime Minister Golda Men
are (left to right) Dr. Joseph J. Srhwartz,
vice president oi the Israel Bond Organi-
zation; Edward Ginsberg, general chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal; Ab-
raham Feinberg. Israel Bond President;
Max M. Fisher, president of the U.J.A.,
end Samuel Roihberg, Israel Bond Na-
tional Campaign Chairman as she r?-
ceived tribute from mare than 2,700 Jev-
ish lecdeis in New York recently.
Mel Habsr. right end Archie Struhl, owners
of Guardian Mortgsg? are buying 228 apartments located in six
buildings being built at W. 12th Ave. and
Association, a division of thi Na-
tional R< al Estate Boards.
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for BBC in London befori c< n-
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ganist for Temple Shalom,
of Chicago's largest Reform con-
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engagt d as organist and choir
director by Temple s:n.ii of
North Dade.
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'Hello, Dolly' At Barry College
The Drama Department at
Barry College will present the
milSrcaJ "Hello, Dolly" in the col-
lege auditorium Nov. 7, 8. 9. 14
and 16 at 8:15 p.m. and a matinee
or Nov. 15 at 2.
Dr. Phiiip B. Stern plays the
male lead as Horace Vandergeld-
ed. Stern has sung in numerous
musicals with the Co-Opera of
Florida, the Lyric Opera of
Florida, the Temple Kmanuel
r layers and the Miami Bea.-h
Symphony Orchestra. He has plann-
ed the lead in Barry Colli ge pro-
duct!.-ns of "Carnival" and 'Sound
ol Music." Dr. Stern has been a
dentist in Miami for 21 years.
Manic Knight plays the role of
Dolly. She is a resident of North
Miami and has appeared in films,
television and night clubs. Miss
Knight has performed in Europe,
Jaiian and South America.
Education Leader Installation Guest
Isaac Toubin, executive vice
pnsldent of the American Associ-
ation for Jewish Education, will
install the newly-elected officers
of the Bureau of Jewish Kduca-
tion at its annual dinner Nov. 23.
The annual dinner will also fea-
ture a special tribute to Albert E.
Ossip, retiring president, by Rabbi
Irving Lchrman of Temple Emanu-
F:t. Mr. Ossip has served the Bu-
reau as president for three years.
Officers who will be installed at
the dinner include Albert E. Ossip.
honorary president; Leonard Zil-
bert. president; Leon J. Ell, Har-
old Thurman, Melvyn B. Erumkes
and Jack Katzman, vice presi-
dents: Mrs. Henry B. Wernick.
secretary, anel Oscar Mambtr,
treasurer.
Mr. Toubin, the former national
diie-ctor of the American Jewish
( engress who has been in the fore-
front ot Jewish education during
the past decade, appearing before
rational and international organ-
izations, was appointe'd to his
preterit position in 1960 and has
written and lectured widely on
Headers Attend Convention
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will re-
port to Beth Torah Congregation
Friday at the 8:15 p.m. services on
the national convention of United
Synagogues of America, which he
and other Beth Torah leaders at-
t- nded in New York. Accompany-
ing him were^la-x Rqlhenbcrg, ex-
ecutive director; Milton Hornstein.
president; David Misonznick. edu-
cational vice president, and Irving
Kuttler, religious vice president.
civil rights and civil liberties, the'
relationship of church and state,
Je u ish communal organization, Zi-
onism and Jewish education.
Students of the Bureau's Cen-
tral Hebrew High School will par-
ticipate in the program. Rabbi
David Lehrfield will give the invo-
cation; the benediction will be by
Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Leonard Zilbcrt and Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick are cochairmen of the
i;ala event; Max Marin is serving
as ticket chairman.
5 Miami Couples
Are Made Aware
Of JDC Problems
Five Greater Miami couples at-
tending a United Jewish Appeal
luncheon honoring Israeli Prime
Minister Golds Meir in Tel Aviv,
were told that the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee' will require a mil-
lion dollars more than the current
$23 million budget in order to con-
tinue its program of assistance to
over .100.000 needy Jews in 25
, countrh s.
The JDC provides fo->d, shelter
and medical care for refugees wait-
ing to continue to their final des-
tinations. It is estimated that by
the end of the year some 4.000 Jews
will leave Poland. The JDC cur-
! rently absorbs the cost of caring
| for 1,000 refugees in Rome, Vienna
I and Paris.
Under the direction of Joseph
; Kantcr. chairman of the Miami
| delegation, the contingent of Mr.
find Mrs. Robert Russell. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Adler. Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Darsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kanter and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Lew. met with Israeli
military and political officals and
were hrii fed in depth on the Is-
ra li needs for the coming year.
"Amtnm Bta'.ti fei 7* Seutntii"'
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Maine, who addressed the In-
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vJewisti ftvridiaiti
Friday. November 7, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Then And Now
By RABBI ABBA ABRAMS
Intermarriage was a problem
that confronted father Abraham.
And it has been a problem which
has concerned
Jew ish genera-
tions ever since.
be studied and followed today as
never before. The rebirth of Israel j
requires a strong Jewish people, j
dedicated and devoted to the |
teachings and commandments of
God and of Israel.
We need men like father Abra-
ham, whose faith in God caused
him to set an example for his chil-
dren, to sacrifice even life itself,
if necessary, in defense of our spir-
itual heritage. We need husbands
and wives who will together build
Jewish homes and raise the kinds
Chaye Sarah.
in this week's
Sedra, gives
Abraham's solu-
tion of the prob-
lem. He tolls his
trusted servant.
<-_,,. o ,.-if., t.yr of chikiiMi I Sat will become strong
from my family
Rabbi Abramt iim\ from my
kindred. Do not
let him take one of the daughters
of Hie Canaanites amongst whom
we live."
The great Patriarch was Inter-
ested in preserving his new faith,
his precious concept of a "One and
Only God." of a Creator Who had
brought the world, and everything
therein, into being. He knew that
the preservation of this wonderful
WWld depended on the practice of
the Divine principles of truth,
justice, righteousness, of brother-
hood and iK'ace. He knew that only
through his descendants would
these ideals be taught, practiced
and exemplified for mankind.
Only Abraham's kinfolk could
be relied upon to teach the ex-
istence of One God. Idol worship-
pers, heathen and strangers could
not be depended upon to continue
lrom generation to generation the
tuiths of the Torah that must be
transmitted for the edification,
preservation and civilization of
mankind.
We see the results today. We
Jews are the descendants of those
men and women who remained
true to; God, who married within
our faith. We have lost millions
through the Inquisition, pogroms,
ivrsecution and concentration
camps. We have lost millions of
others through intermarriage.
Many of these, or their descend-
ants, were mrtortg our persecutors.
The core of Jewry today is com-
posed of those who did not defect,
who married "In accordance with
the Law of Moses and of Israel."
Surely the lesson father Abra-
ham taught in sending his trusted
errant to get a wife for Isaac
from amongst his kindred should
influence of our people over man-
kind is destined to be a moral and
spiritual one. Only as practicing
Jews can we convey that blessing.
Lehrman School
Planning To Add
Seventh Grade j
Plans to add a seventh grade in j
: the Lehrman Day School of Tern- ,
i pie Kmanu-Kl have been announc- i
j ed this week by Judge Frederick
: N. Barad. chairman of the Board
, ol Education.
The school, recently renamed
The Lehrman Day School in honor
] of Dr. Lehrman's 25th anniversary
I with the congregation, was es-
tablished in 1957 as a primary ;
: grades foundation school. The fol-
lowing ten years saw a unique
development in concept and pro-
gram as increased enrollment.
. added to parental and communal
pressures, saw the oi>ening of ad-
ditional grades from year to year.
until in 1967. the first sixth grade
was graduated. Plans now call for
the addition of a seventh grade
' for the 1970-1971 school year.
The all-day school, based on the
Conservative philosophy and af-
filated with the national Solomon
Schechter Day Schools, offers a
curriculum of religious and secular
studies. The school program, und-
er the personal supervision of Rab-
bi Lehrman and the direction of
Myer Silverman. includes re-
creational play and physical fit-
ncss programs, art and music ap-
preciation, drama and orchestra.
Featured in the wide range of
school facilities are a library and
a science Lab.
Sisterhoods Plan
To Build Synagogue
As Gift To Youth
Reform Jewish women will erect
a synagogue, their first building
in Israel, as a gift of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
to 800 elementary school children
and teen-agers of Ben-Shenieii
Children's Village near Loci.
1.000 Sisterhood members from
reform temples in the United
States and Canada were told by
their president. Mrs. David M.
Levitt, Great Neck. N.Y.. that the
small house of worship would con-
tai a library of Ixxrks of religedltf
mfcesSMM aiSfeiAbry'ltaH. tl\at
could be used for discussions or as
a sanctuary.
Ground for the projected build-
ing will be broken in Israel in
March 1970 and completed about
a year later. The synagogue will
serve this youth community com-
posed of orphans and under pri-
vileged or displaced young people.
Mrs. Levitt told the NFTS dele-
gates that, "young Israelis will
have an opportunity to develop
their own forms and expressions of
worship." She stressed that like
other projects of reform or liberal
Judaism, including the congrega-
tions of the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism in Israel, no ef-
fort will be made to transplant
the worship forms used by Reform
Jews in the West. "We will merely
provide the material assistance and
helping hand."
Florida contributors include
Temple Israel, Miami; Temple
Beth Am. South Miami: Congrega-
tion Ahavath Chesed. Jacksonville,
and Temple Beth El, Pensacola.
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
"in or s. Miami. j*srw2823
Herbert Baomgard. Cantor Michae^
Kyrr.____
acTH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Awe.
BcInH..r?.t^e Rabbi So. Land.tr
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday :. p.m and v:.....m. 8t"r;
!,;.\ .,', The Torah ..->;; Bar
Ml man: Frank, aon of Mr and Mis
l__.i Labbie, Mlnctm i"
BETH EL. 500 Sv5" 17th Ave Ortho.
dox. Babb. Solomon Sehrff. '*'
Friday 3 P>". Saturday '"'
Mlneba 5 l". i- ''
BETH KODESH. *101~SW 12th Ave
Modern Trad.tional. Rabbi Max
Shap.ro. Cantor Ben DtalHSIi.
Friday HIS i> m Sermon: miila"
War" KMkurad by Ones shiiM.at
Saturday *: a.m. Sermon: A l.ue
I worthwhile." 4 SO p.m The Portion
,.f Law, p.m Sermo.i Sbatoah
1 Seudoe" "A Child la Born "
BETH TOV "(TEMPLE). S4M SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymessr Minieee_
Friday 8:15 p.m Oueal Speaker: on-
mander Norman liarnian. Jewish
War V.l.rans BsMeeti "Veteran n
Day "I IM." Followed by (Met
ShabbaL
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) O* GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE W* "a**"?,:
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday p.m. Ouewt Speaker: Rabin
Steven B. Jaooba Sermon: "Tut
Crucial Ibbhm and the Kahbi."
ISRAELITE CENTER. STT8 SW 2th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avram L.
Bar-
Ha I -
J"ih
Mltavah: Mink Bteven, ran o ,
Mitivah: Lorl Kllin. daughter ol
11..us Hunt'.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander s
Groaa. 21'
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engcl. ^i
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid
Orthodox. Rabbi Da'
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75tr> St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abra
Kuiitv Cantor Nir.o Felrlmn
m.
28
Tl,
nservative. naoui Mayer
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman
Friday R:I5 |i m. Bennon:
Meaning *' Witarltjr." lint Mil ndii
Rnaa, daughter 4>i**i-Mti and s\t.'.
I,..iinarl Lowlnger. Saturday n nV
Itar Mnzvah: Ira. BDII itf l)r. a
i >v, ..r 1.. vine
Question
Box
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parties*
I Friday ''" t< m and R:1S p.m
I mon: "The Thing* We Cheriaa."
urday 8:48 a.m sermon: The
Century T.>r:,h
MINYONAIRE9 SYNAGOGUE. S737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday SO p :n and I p.m Batur-
day B:M a.m Bar Mltavah: Harry.
i s..n of Mr and Mm Gerald Koni-
' TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). SOth St and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. a
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Pea < in
our Tim," Baturday 8:45 a.m Itar
Mltavah: Mark David, ran \<.
and Mrs Alien Brhachtar,
OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineae Wtoer.
man. so
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SCPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 14S
Collins Ava. Rabbi Sadl Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1J42.
44 Washington Ava. Rabbi A. Sea.
H.llel. u
NOSTH MIAMI SUCH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1425
N.E. Miami Cardan* Drive Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Tibor Mooaa. J]
Friday S:)'. p.m STmnn: ,#How Much
Ik, vl'e Kwc? An AJtawer t Kabbl
AvA-nvAvnrfnrfw CANOIillGHTING TIME
26 HESHVAN 5:16
Ki.- niiratii Batuzdaj i ra iku1
Ave. Conservative. Rabb. Ralph Mi|XVilh si.'vin. mn ol I
carmi. _____ 14 Mrj| 8ydn,, n/alngart.
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Av*. Conaarvative. Rabbi Max Lip-
34
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
i
What is the meaning of the
! .expression "MaseltOV?"
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi M.or.ce Kle.n. 15 -y^- c Ja^ R, _
I Friday S:U p.m Oueal Bpeaker: Mr I r f *i_
[Jeffrej Welner "Jewlah Vouth .m.l B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Thi- l'-::il-li.-hin.nl Followed I> Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Rubel.
Saturda) 10 am Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
The expression Man lto\ which
is currently taken to mean "Good
: Luck" is perhaps taken fr
, earlier non-Jewish holief in a<-
I trology. The Word "mazer' is
'originally the word meaning ^;|"'1 ',"''''
"planet" or "constellation." It m -
the belief of sonH1 ancient peopl
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd. SINAI (TEMPLE) Of NORTH DADE.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax- 18801 N E. 22nd Avenue. Reform.
man. 1 Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
tiftOTu'saiaaai Friday 8:15 l> m Sermon .....f
NONIN MIAMI th,. People." Followed hy One*
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION, bal Salur 1" U a in
13600 W Dixie Hviy. Conservative. ---------------
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18-5' NB
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Friday i:, ,. Bermon-l* Series Suhjeol !. Power Thai ''mlay ...Jn p.m. baturday
Fo
il by i >nea
MIAMI BEACH
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORj\H PORTION
Haye Sarah
Th.' cave of Machi>elah at Hebron. Eliezer leaves He-
bron with camels on Abraham's instructions.
-
"And after this, Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the
cave of the field in* Machpelah betcre Mamre" (Gen. 23:191.
HAYF. SARAHSarah died at the age of 127 in Hebron,
and was buried in the Cave 01 Machpelah, which Abraham pur-
chased as a family graveyard-
Anxious for Isaac to marry one of his kinfolk rather than an
idolatrous Canaamte woman, Abraham sent his trusted servant
Eliezer to his former home in Mesopotamia, where his brother,
Nahor, lived. Approaching the city, Eliezer prayed for the success
of his mission. He determined on a procedure: He would ask each
eirl he met. "Give me your pitcher ani let me drink": the girl
who would reply, "Drink, and I will give thy camels also" shoulld
be Isaac"s destined bride iGon. 24:141.
Rebekat) daughter of Bethtiel, the son of Abraham's brother.
Nahor. came to the well to di aw water, and responded to Eliezer's
request with the correct formula. Thanking God for His kindness,
the old family retainer presented himself to Rebekah's family.
explained his mission, and received permission for Rebekah to
accompany him back to Canaan as Isaacs prospective wife.
Isaac loved Rebekah. and was consoled in her after his
Blather i Be th Abraham look another wife, Keturah, and she
bore him sons whom be dispatched to the east At the age of 175.
Abraham died and was buried next to Sarah in the Cave of
Machpelah.
This recounting of the Weekly P.i-flcn of the Law is extracted
and based upon "Th* Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
ef the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
that the stars or heavenly bxlic- *GUDATH israei. rsoi Cariyis Av*.
somehow determine the facts of Fr1^.1""-1 R"b' '"".Ever
individuals. The Jewish tradition Sermoi
s. rmon Tin- Middle I.'
I Brother." Mlneba
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171at St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. "
Friday 5 ir. p m Batur
Sermon: "Don't Leave Voui
of course, never ac(x>pteil such a ,',""1 r'r,"'||! Itar Mitzvah: ai:
belief. However, the word "mazel" &? ^.louVbl r^epUoT" '
was followed and used for the -----a^-----
word "fortune" or "luck." The "JS.R-AE.L.-..77 st. Orthodox.
wish that is thus given on a happy
occasion is that good fortune Jr / Vrlnodox0 R.bb"shW.Vy.nSTn.t7:
good luck shall fill the future.
Why is the statue of Mo-ws.
made by Michaelaiigeio. a tisrurv
with horns?
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
BE,T RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1646
Jefferson Av*. Conservative. Rabbi
Dav.d Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. SO
COtAl CABUS
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 G-a"ida
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 40
' | ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Av*.
Conservative. Rabbi M#wtil B--)'-
Cantor Richard Browdy *'
Friday s:ir. p m Beelnon: *
s>i.i,.-..|5u.'?" S:itur mon: M< wajw ( the Toi '
Conaragatlen Beriatoe i* m
19
,CTU FT. UUOfROAll
Cnas. aw. M. (TEMpLE). 4144 BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). M' S.
kaSJLs, I" Lib'ral R,bb' Ln Oakland Park aMvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Lava -..? "i. R.'bbi J'rr><> Edward*. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Levy. Cantor David Convier. 21 ?
This is based upon perhaps a
misunderstanding of the Biblical'
version which
pearance
Mount Sinai.
that there!
This word
translated as mefinirrg that Moses I .*"." '' emanu-CI *o~ s Andrews Ava.
sprouted horns whereas the Bible! B5J*H T,FrihA,H JSf^'W Ava. OrtHe- I S'!0,""^f*?' 5^?riM' '"""Ji
meant to say that a brilliant radi-1
. ance emitted forth from his visage.
j The word "Keren" in the Bible
, can be taken to mean either "horn"
' or "ray."
Why Is it a Jewish tradition to
recite the OOafcaSleil before one
dies?
I.J ,.."" "era *W Orlha ""orm. nssei ssicssaro n
dox. Rabbl Joseph E. RaekovafcyT 22 Cantor Jerome Klaenettt.
Rabbl "^oTnewX 9m^\9?%tt&*gmm
The rabbis in tin- Talmud said I
"repent the day before you die
It is the belief of Jewish traditl
that death is a means of peniten
just like the Day of Atonement.
Death brings forgiveness, but m
i- required to have some awai
ness i ( the fact Tint he sinned in
order to achieve this .<
This is done by offering the con-
ion which Indicates man's re-
gret for his sins and his des
do penitence. Thus he can pass
y to the next world in a
of forgiveness and purity.
FCMinieml O'eUvUion JPmgrami
3-Ov in. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
" Beth David Oongregatkw, Miami
SW- "-':; T'"' '". Tho s,i!, Small Voice.
" ago, 111., authoress Miss Janet Kern will be
Inten iewed.

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Obituaries
Teaching Child With Learning Disability Is Basset! Specialty
92, M
7X6 Collln*
SO Beachvlew
kiv.-i-.ul.
K) Washington
4K. 4*>." Ocaati
Meridian
MANSFIELD. Anna, 88
Am- SI. It N.w man.
I NOLAN, KII.mi. I, T.iL'
Dr., N. Bai villa**
shapiro. Myer, I
Av.v. mm. Oorclon.
SUKENIK, William.
Dr., Ml: Klveralde
WELLINS, Ruth K. 48, SGI1 Man-
Ki-T.. Coral (Sablea. Blaabera. In-
ternment Star of David.
KESSLER, Roae, ill. IE
Av.v, Ml". Riveralde.
ME DOW, Harold, .'>, MOO s w. Sfith
T.r Rlverxlde. Interment .Mt. Sinai.
robbins. Eety n >;;. im;ui nmc.
uili Av.- Riveralde.
sindell. Anna. 88, (50S Flamingo
IM. Riveralde.
WOLSON. Prank K, lin Miami
Oardena Di. Riveralde,
BERNSTEIN, Max, ?:. 1201 17th St .
M i: Riveralde.
COHEN, Ben Jm mln. 72, 14T.1 N.B
lOSUl St. Mlv. mill.-. I ... ..,,
COOOMAN. Sarali, go, sin Jefferaon
Av. mi:. Riveralde. Interment Mt.
Slnal.
MALLET. Al. 11, 603 Till St., Ml!.
RiV" r- i.l.
KOPS. Mux. ;.".. 1401 N.K. .Miami Gar-
den Dr. Riveralde.
PISTINER. ly.ulf. 10, 2607 A.liim St.
Sorth Miami Funeral Chapel.
SCHWARTZ. Pearl. t>7, 1600 llav ltd ,
M.B Blaaberg-.
STONE, Kthrl. 67, 117:-. Miami Oar-
ilem Dr., N'.M It. Blaaberg.
ANAPOL, Jerome, 43, 9246 S.W. 8lsl
Av- Riveralde.
BERNSTEIN. Samuel. 73. 1337 Kin-lid
\\- Ml! Riveralde.
CRAWFORD. Michael, !', 7877 N.W.
171-t si Newman.
SKOLNICK. bllale, 80. 6620 S.W. 122ml
St. Gordon. Interment Mt. Sinai
BARON. Irvine, SS. son Buy Dr.,
M.B. Riveralde.
BRANDWEIN. Nathan. 73, 1101 Pen-
nsylvania Ave. Mil BlasherK.
COHEN. Reuben A, Hollywood. Kin.
GOLDSMITH, QlMale, SO, 1470 16th
si.. M.B. Riveralde.
GROSS. Helen E.. 74. 1027.". Collins
Av. Bai Harbour, Riveralde.
GROSS. l.ill>, ..7. lilt HanliiiK Ave.,
Surfnide. Riveralde.
HERMAN. Max. 7X. 120ft West Ave..
M li Riveralde. Interment ML Nebo.
KAPLAN, Samuel, 67, 1600 Hay Rd ,
M H Oordon.
LEBOW .l.-.-ph, 78. 121S Drexel Ave.,
Mil Riverside
LEVINE. Hurry. U, 1725 Biarritz
Dr. M.R. IllaslierK
RUBENSTEIN, Irving. 73. 900 Bay Dr. BODAN,
Riveralde.
WEILL. Al, 7.1
m.b must..-nr.
ZIMMERMAN, Samuel. 77. 143 S. Hh"re
Dr., M.B. Blasheryr.
IEDELBAUM, Moo. 66, 900 Went
l.aW. -
S.W.
POKRESS, Uaulv
view Hi M.B.
BLAIR, Charlotte
3rd St. Rlvenaiih
KATZ. Israel, 83, 2240 s.u\ 63rd Ct.
Ki\ eralde.
Kaufman. Ben, !'.. 2020 Country
t'luh Prado. Riverside Interment
Mi. Slnal.
TINKLEMAN. Roae,
Ave M.B. RlversUI
ZIMMERMAN. Henry,
aire Dr. Riveralde,
Slnal.
bistritz. Irvine, 7::,
vania Ave MB. Ni
COOPER. Jack, .".. 9151
Ave. Oordon. Interment
-N 7. 41.....
BlasberfC.
I' 67. 2400
St, 900
68, 1940 L*n-
nlernient Mt,
1220 Pi .insyl-
H man.
S ,\V. 77th
Mt Sinai.
William. 71. 2000 B.W,
rdon. Interment stiir of
70, 18707 N.K.
6411 Collins Ave..
Ave., si i: Riverside,
HERMAN, Bertha, 72.'2970 S.W. 9th
St. Oordon, Interment Sit. Nebo.
American Israeli
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For Synagogues
Sthooli Homes
U57 WASHINGTON AVI.
It 1-7722 70 8 MS. Schwrti
DANZIGER.
20th St. David.
ettleman, Benjamin, 73. 7220 Tat
um Waterway, M.B. Riveralde
GADOL, Morris, 62, 4too s.W. 112111
Aye. liAMtiw. Interment Sit. Nebo
Gerber, Ben, Ts. 246 Malaga Coral
Cablet Riveralde.
KANDALL, S.-nia. 7.'. 1201 17th St,
Si I'. Riveralde. Interment sit n.i...
KASTNER. Mollle, 76. 1014 Kui-lid
Ave M ': Riveralde.
REISER, Sidney, 64, 6024 s vv 6th
T.r. Oordon, Interment Sit. .Who
Rosen. Abraham, 29, 2491 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Riveralde.
SHENKIN. Philip. 21, 215 Ocean Dr..
M B Riveralde
TOPAL, Mitchell | B0, 4416 Nautilus
Dr. (I. B Riverside. Interment SB.
Nebo,
WEISBORT, Lewis H
14th A\.- Riveralde
BRaverman, Abraham, 84, 734 13th
81 si it Blasberf.
GERichter. irwin, 86. ioo Lincoln
Rd., Sl.lt. Oordon. Interment Sit.
Nebo.
PERKES, Abraham. ,73. 380 Collins
Ave., sib. Riverside,
R ISM AN. Rose, 8". 1371 Meridian Ave.
Riveralde.
SCHACHTER. Harry It. 76. 726 84th
81 Riveralde. Interment Temple
Israel Cemetery.
SCHAFFER. La.uix. 7S. 1000 \\eM
Ave SI 11 Levltl
WEINSTEIN. Samuel, 72. 3000 Mar-
ies Dr. Riverside,
WIEDER, Ssmuel, 71. 211 lsmii St.
Riveralde, Inl.-rm.-nt SB. Niho.
BARNETT. Isaa.- H, 3223 Collins
Ave., M.B.
BLOCK, Morris H.. 86, 7800 Carlvle
Ave SI It Riverside
. .Matilda. It, x}3 Lenox Ave.,
SI.I!. Newman. Interment SB. Nebo.
cardon, Morris, 77, 1150 s.w. 22nd
Ter. Oordon. Interment Mt. Kinai.
davis, Gertrude, 63, 4130 Colllna
Ave SIB Riverside.
GARBELL. .Mary. 22, 1233 N.W 133th
Si Riverside.
WOOLVERTIN, Prank, 86, 3292 N.K.
:wth 81 Riverside.
ZARETSKY, RatiM Sinvm. 79. 920
.Meridian Ave.. SI.B. Riverside:
silverman, Mary, 7S, 64ii Colllna
Ax.-., si.B. Riverside,
A private day school for chil-
dren with learning disabilities, the
Basset! School is located in the
heart of Miami Shores, at 103rd
Street1 and \i: 2nd Ave. It is a
school designed tci aid children
who are unable to learn in the
ordinary school situation.
Most of the children In the un-
w..st : graded school, which encompasses
grades 1 through 12, have the
audio and visual perception prob-
lems ecmmonly associated with
the disability known as dyslexia
the inability to read. The assistant
principal. Ellen S. Katzman of
North. Miami Beach, supervises a
testing program by which it Is de-
termined whether the newly-
admitted child should be taught
from a visual, auditors or kin s-
thctic standpoint, and the students
are allowed 1o develop at their
own rale in a curricula which fol-
lows the public school pattern
In the school's reading clinic.
Students are taught in groups of
j 10 or less, so leaching can be on
l an Individualized basis, and if a
child does not progress, lie is tu-
tored on ;t one-to-one basis. The
I entire faculty has had special in-
service courses in teaching the
|child with learning disabilities.
Cla tool, found-
. i in 1967 bj Williai i H. Basst t,
who for 13 years previously had
in : mnsi ling I >ad< bounty stu-
d> i ts with learning problems, are
air conditioned and heated, and
hot, nourishing lunches are pro-
vided in the cafeteria. The school
uses the facilities of the nearby
Miami Shores Recreation Center
Tor it>. physical education program,
and provides bus transportation to
all pails of Dade County.
'Share Package' As Holiday Gift Item
Share of Israel. Inc.. of Miami
Beach, has placed an order for
approximately $100,000 worth of
the "Share" gift food packages
from Israel in preparation for the
coming holiday season. The project
has been established through the j set
aid of the ATID organization, for
the promotion of Israeli exports to
the United States, and may also be
used by Americans as an efficient
means of sending essential foods
Share Package contains gefilte
fish, gourmet soups, i>otato pan-
cake mix, halva, oriental salad
dressing, candies, chocolate, pre-
serves and many other noshes and
taste treats all Kosher plus a
of 20 beautifully illustrated
Israeli recipe cards, produced by
Sharon Publications. Tel Aviv.
The new Israel export concept
, has Ix'cn devclo|cd by Sam Silver
of Miami Beach, and is sjaonsored
tc friends antl relatives in various by leading American businessmen.
countries of F:uro[X\ Africa and
Asia.
Geared for sales to tourists as a
unique Israeli gift which can be
mailed to friends at home, or for
holiday presents, the basic $13
Deadline Nearing
For Holiday Mail
Memlief:
Natioiu.1 r'u-neral
Blrecl'irs Aaasn.
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Diiectors A.BSA-
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ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFT*.
Hebrew Religious SupplUi for
ynigoguet, Schools A Private Use
158S Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 1-3840
Card Party Planned
Sadye Landay and Sig Gardner
are in charge of tickets to the an-
nual card party to lie held by the
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary at
Temple Ner Tamid. 79th Street
and Carlyle Avenue at S p.m. Sun-
day. Nov. 16.
Pointing out that consideration
should be given to the distance a
package must travel and handling
j involved. Postmaster K. M. Dunlap
; advised Greater Miami residents
I to mail parcels to foreign destina-
I tions other than military before
; the deadlines below, taking care i
I that they are wrapped properly, |
; so they will arrive before the holi-
days. Five days less is required for
the delivery of letters and greet-
, ing cards in other countries. Mr.
| Dunlap explained.
Deadlines for mailing imekages
Air
Dec. 16
Dee. 15
Dec. 15 j
Dec. 10
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Dec. 10
including one of the nation's major
land developers, Leonard Rosen of
Miami Beach and Baltimore, and
] New York State financier Burton
11. Koffman. Among the organiza-
tions actively participating in the
distribution of "Share Packages"
i from Israel is B"nai B'rith Women.
| Mr. Silver said. The products in
the duty-free gift package, which
answers the demand for a gift re-
flecting a cross-section of the
country's finest, are prepared by
a wide range of the nations lead-
ing food producers.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17149
JUDGE FRIEDMAN
AVGUST E. (BUD) BROWN,**
Administrator of the Batata of
iiladya Brock,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT BROCK, individually
., .,- Exi utor d! [he Estate of
Si iRMAN BRI "OK; IJ2E A BROCK;
MARIAN SMITH THCMIN.,
I idanl -
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROBERT BRI CK,
Individually and .- Exei utor
..:' the Ealale "f Norman
Brock. :m Larkspur, Belleville,
mm iU Lee \ Broi k, Claj Ion
A enue, Si Louis, Mi sourl.
Marian Smith Thumln, 7339
land.-II. Si Loui Mlaaourl.
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED II
a .,,,. i foi De laratory Judgment
been fill against you and i u
ar.....tuired to serve a copy of your
a -.ii di lenses, If any, to ii on
BEATTY *d BURCH, .uteri *yi
pial ..... Sej bold BulldlnK. 'I
Klorida on or before Deo. Bth, 1969
and file the original with the Clerk
,,r [he above atyled Court: otherwlae
udgmeni may bi enti d gainst
you for the relief demanded In t lie
i' laini
and i irsonal property rnvolv-
,,l thi I' implalnl are an followa:
Loi S of Myers Subdivision, per
Plai Boi h 67, page 113, Public
irds of Dade County, Florida.
First Mortgage and N..... on Lot
l",. Block S-A, First Amended
Plal of Dr, Burkhart'a Winter
ii leu per Plal Book S, page 22
r the Public Record* of Dade
i ounty, Florida
.- iuth 13 feel of East 90 feel "f
Lot l. less Baal i" feet; North I
i -.-i of Baal 90 feel of Lot 2.
I, i> feet, South 42 f<'ft of Bast
i feet of Lot 2, leaa East -" feet,
. i being in Block '<. < Little
i iver Garden* per Plat Book *>.
4". of the Public Record* of
Dade County, Florida
I ot 4 of Slyer* Subdivision per
Book liT. page 111 of the
ui Ri orda of Dade County,
i lorlda.
and Mortgage on I.ot S,
Block 2, and Ihe East 10 feet of
Lot 4. Block 2 of Norrla Park,
Plal Book 4. pan*- l-'; Of the Public
Record* of Dad* County, Florida.
Saving* Certificate, in the amount
-I.......in, in the Dade Federal
Savings & Loan Association.
\ lami, Florida.
4 I'nit Apartment. 6662 Chamber-
l.iin. Si Louis. Missouri.
I iMt Cadallic Automobile
I'nited Inromt Fund Certificates
ii rhe liaile Federal Saving* ft
Loan Association ami Chase
! ederal Bavmga A Loan ANoda-
i Miami and Miami Heach,
I lorida.
.-avings accounts In the Dade
Federal Saving* & Loan Assoela-
on and Chase Federal Baving*
.v Loan Association of Miami and
j lami Beach, Florida
, n> other real or personal pro-
perty of GLADYS BROCK or
NORMAN BROCK.
i ated this 2ist day of October,
E. B LEATHERMAN
Aa Clerk of the "<>urt
b) M E Bl IN'STEIN
As Deputy Clerk
10/24-31 11 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under Hie fictitious nam -
LEONARD BRODSKY, M.D.; LAW-
RENCE WHUATMAN, M.D I DRS !
BRODSKY AND WHEATMAN:
DRS BRODSKY AND VVHEAT-
M VN P A in 2700 8 IV. 3rd Ave .
Mi;,ml. Fla. 33129 Intend* to rej
-,. ,i names Ith Ihe Clerk of Uie
C ii,' Courl of Dade County, Florida.
DRS RRl ID8KY AND -.v"'-" N
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
SPARI I.K AN IP i\< UHi.> i
Aiiornov for Applb ... -
:-,a\ II. I'.'vd.
1-/24-:;: II
-14
mm
BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREIN GIVEN II ftt
u gned, dealring to eng
in m under the fit lltloui
K< HI] IRT I. ISHAM, M I' '"> u
I'.i il.TON, M I' ISHAM AND Bl !-
TON 1'A at 9999 N.E 2nd Avi
Shores, Fla -
-aid names Ith Ihe I Ii
of the Clrcull C url -; Dade C
:.|
ISHAM AND BOLTON
PRl iFESSli >.\ \ as-' i I'll >N
SPARBBR VND RI 'SKIN I' A,
A tome) for Appl cant*
100 I ilai rne Blvd.
Mia in'. Fla 8
ln/24-31 11 7-14
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS N.JME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
undersigned dealring i" engage in
business under Ihe fictitious nan
LEW IS G. GLrECKACF, M I> AL-
FREDO A. LOPEZ-GOMEZ, M.D.:
OLUEKACF AND LOPEZ-GOMEZ
I' a ai 1686 Meridian Ave Miami
Beach, Fla 33139 Intends i" register
said namea with the Clerk ol ihe
Circuit Courl "f Dade County. Florida. '
GLUECKAUF AND LOPEZ-GOMEZ
PRl IFBSSII >NAL ASS' ICIATII IN
SPARBBR AND ROSKIN I'A.
Attorney* for Applicant*
inn Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla. 33132
l"/.'4-::i 11 7-14
Friday. November 7, 1969
LEGAL NOTICE
m
"Turn-away crowds every Shabbas .
ever since we hired that Guru!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO 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
i: I ,ADY8 MARINA DIAZ,
l laJ itiff,
JORGE DIAZ,
i fendant
To: JORGE DIAZ
YOC AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Divorce has been
against you and you ar,- rc-
- a cop3 "f your written
defenses, it any, to it on ALBERT
W1LENSKY, attorney for Plaintiff,
whosi address is .M-ns. 19 w. Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida 38130 and file
the original with the clerk of the
S styled court on or before
ember 21, 1969: otherwise a jud.--
m**n1 may i>-- entered against you for
ih- relief demanded in the complaint
or :- tltion,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNB88 my hand and the seal
ot -aid court at Miami, Florida on
this 21 day of October, 1969.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
As ",'lerk. Circuit Court
Dade Counlv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
As Deputy Clerk
O'irijuit Court Seall
ALBERT WILENSKY, F-SyllRE
1'- W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33KIO
377 -2*45
lfl/24-ni 11 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85391-Clark
in RE: Relate of
ANNA ZINKIN
I it-ceascd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons
Having claims ,,r Demand* Against
said Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any claim.- and de-
mands utau-h you may have against
the estate of ANNA ZINKIN deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judge* "f Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate ami
as provided in Section 733 It, Florida
statutes, in their office- in the County
Courthouse in Dad* County, Florida,
within six call mlar months from the
time of the first publli at Ion hereof,
or ihe same will !" berred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15
day of 11, tober, AD. 1H69.
ISRAEL ZINKIN and
SYLVAN N HOLTZMAN
By: SYLVAN X HOLTZMAN
As Executors
l-'ir-i publlcatb n of ihTv notice on
the ^4tli day of i i. I,.i r. 1868.
G> 'UMAX & II- "LTZMAN
SYLVAN X HOLTZMAN, ESQUIRE
Attorni j for Executor*
11"" Concord Bl
.Miami. Fla
10/24-31 11 7-14
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85254
In RE: Estate of
JACI IB SKLOW
1 c< eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim* "r Demands Agalnot Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil renuir-
ed 0, presenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Hi, estate of JACOB SKLOW deceas-
ed late of bade County, Florida to the
County Judges of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro. j
\nled iii Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices in the County j
Courthouse in Dad.- County. Florida.!
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14
day of October, AD. 1869.
ALVIN LI>iYD SKLOW
MARICB (RICKY) FAI.K
As Executors
LOUIS FAI.K
Attorney for Executors
7711 N.E. Klst Street, Miami, Fla.
10/24-31 11 7-14
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF TtE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-18023
NOTICE OF SUIT
C i: K ixc .
a Floi id.. orporatlon,
Plaintiff,
JBNAY PEREZ PICKERING,
GINA PICKERING, a minor.
by and Ihrounh her mother a: I
next friend.
JBNAY PEREZ PICKERING,
ISABEL PICKERING, and if
alive, her husband. JOHN DOE,
and if dead, her heirs.
. i, grantees, or other
persons claiming by through
or under her.
I', fendant*.
TO JBNAY PEREZ PICKERING
and GINA PICKERLNG.
a minor, by and through
her mother and next friend.
JBNAY PBREZ PICKERING.
West Beai h Boulevard
Pink Mouse. Bo* 89
Blloxl, Mississippi and
ISABEL PICKERING, and
if alive, her unknown
husband, J< HN DOE and if
dead, her heirs. rte\ Isees,
grantees, or other persona
claiming by, through or
under her. whose resldi
are unknov n.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit has been brought
you In thi above-styled Courl for a
Declarator}' Judgment, declaring l
the Plaintiff is the absolute i>w
i', ^ Interest in mi right Ii ihi
lowing de-, nl,ed property:
Til- West 4 "f 'he \\\
s,. n.>n '.*. Township 1 s iui
Range, I" East lying and 1
in Dade 1-.,111.1:.. Florida.
You are required > fill '
of your Answer with the 1 i.
Ho- abo\ e-stj l< d 1 '"tin and -, \. a
copy of the sum.- upo 1 Plaintiff's
Attorneys, CAIDIN, ROTHENKERG
KOGAN, KORNBLl'M ROTHEN-
BBRG, Suite 305 Blscayne Building,
19 West Flagler Street,
Florida, "ii or before thi 2nd da) December, 1969, '.ess a default be
laki n aga Inst 1 nu for the relii (
Bougl 1 by the Plaintiff.
DATED at Miami. Dade Countv
Florida, this 2th day of Ocl
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17862
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
FRED .' RADLER JR
Plaintiff,
\ 11
SHEILIAH Dl'RDEN RAD
:.. : dai '
TO SHEILIAH Dl'RDEN RADLER
You, SHEILIAH Dl'RDEN RADL-
ER, are In lei,\ 1 ol ::':! that I I
for I ilyon ha* bei
against y ti ari 1 u red to
serve a copy of yiur a lawer 01 Pli id- |
Ing to thi Bill of 1 'nmplalnt 1 n
! i tlffa Attornej Gl L1 >\\ IRN
and NEC P A P.ti Box
Coral Way, Miami. Florida, 33145 and
file the ..rimnal Answer "i Pleading
11, the offli ,.f ihe Cli rk -f ti
1 Court on or before the 1st da)
of emi r. 1 ::: If you fa
Judgmi :.t by default will he taki n
you for the relief demanded
in the i;4: of Complainl
Thi* notice sh*ll be publlshi :
each week for :*'.ur i*onsecutlve
weeks :: THE JEWISH FI-< DONE A XT' f>RDERED 11
this 7-h duy :'
A 1' 1 :.:
,: 1: LEATHERMAN, C
Circuit Courl 1 1 ,
B) C 1' O 'PELAND
I', put) 1'
' II.' I 11! I Si ...
GOl DWl IRN and NEC, 1' A
!.:: Coral w a)
14'.- 'I
I
:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N( ITICE is HERE lill .-.
the underslgm
In business under thi flctll
I VRT1STIC CRAM 1
luth Court, Hlal<
IN THE COUNTY JUOOtS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 85418
In RE Estate of
GLADYS BROCK
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Can Utor* and ah Person* I v-
'uUma or Demand* Aga ,|
i It!
re herel 1 titled I
. present an) lain
rou mn
. nf GLADYS BRi ICK I 1
: Dadi Ci unt). (
ludges of O Ii Cog 1
he sami Iu
Sect b 7 S. Florida S
thell

six calendar 1
. pub!
barn
Date ml. Floi
A.D. 1
, 1 1 (B
v ,,
lit this 1 n
1he 17:h
TI 8 Bl R'H
\ r Adt trator
id Bl g.,
: ::
IN THE COUNTY JJDGE'S C j ^T
IN AND FOR DADE CO-N*
FLORIDA IN PR05ATE
No. 85299
: re
'.III vl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ lltors and All Pi
; lemanda Aga il
You an hi 1 eby 1 ol Ifli d and
. .1 presi t an) claim- and
.1 ,: have agaii 1
late ADA GRINTHAL di ,1
. 1 ..id.- County. Florida, 1 1 te
1 'ounty Judgi of Dade Count: .t
same In duplii ti
v ided m Section 72". 16, Fl. 1. :
tes, in their c fflcea in ':
Courthouse In Dade County, I i,
-,\ calendar month* fl I
time of the f.rst pul H
or the same will be bam
Dated al Miami. Florid.,, tl '
day of 1 ii tober A 11 1969
MOSES J c.ui'XDW
As Administrator, C.T A
First pubh. Stl 'li Of thi
tl 17th day "f October, I
SIMON, MAYS A GRUNDWER i
Atton i ) s for Estate
i Ainsle) Building
Miami. Florida 33132
10 17-54 I
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi >TICE is HBRBB1 GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
oi JUST BRITCHES at 335 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade Countv,
Klorida.
FURMLY'S, INC a Florida
corporation
SAMl'BL STEEN
A i lorney for
FURMLY'S. ixc
P i> Box mil. Coral Gables, Fla.
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
l.nl'ltl) APPLIANCE FINANCE at
461 W. 29th St.. Hlaleah. Fla intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JUAN AMADOR MARTELL
10/24-31 11.7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85419-Clark
In RK: Estate of
JOSEPH CANTESANO
a/k a JOSEPH L. CANTESANO,
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
rag Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
whit h you may have against the
estate of JOSEPH CANTESANO
a/k a JOSEPH L. CANTESANO de-
censed late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from
tim
or
Da
day
1969
E B LEATHERMAN Cli rk
By: C P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
____M/31 11 7-14-21
IN THE COUN'l > JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO RDADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84683
Frank B. Dowling
In HE: Estate of
MARIA GAMES ENGLANDBR
l leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons hav-
''.'K '"'aims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the .--
mo" a MAKIA GAMES ENGLAND-
t" register said i ami
of th. Circuit i UI '
Florid
ARTISTIC CRAFT, INC ,
'' '' ': '
I B\\ IS !' ci .Hl'.X ESI
I for
ARTISTIC CRAFT INC
Kin x e 17th Terra
Mam:. Fla.
[ '-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Ul\ EN
ii undi rslg.ied desiring I
in business under the firtiti
of BTEAMWAY OF
6660 Bis,

u-
FLORIDA ai
i a) ne Boulevard. Miami
Florida.intend* to register said
with the cierk of the Cin
"t Dade County, Florid i
Hits
name
cult Court
1198 ENTERPRISES INC
SCHLISSEL A 8CHER
Attorney* for
1198 Enterprises, Inc
606 Lincoln Rd .Miami Beach Fl ,
'"All 11 7-14-J1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84917
In RE Estate of
FRANCES ISABELLE T" iMLi:
l >- .., ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credltoi and All Pi
ing Claim* or Demand* Aga -: i
Estate:
You ar.- h.-r. by notified Bl 1
.-.I to preaenl anj claims and del
whli h you m I ive againi
ti FRANCES ISABELLE
L1NSON d.. eased late of Dade c
la, the i "ounty Judgi -
i mil ind I thi came Ii
I led In Be I
i Statutes, in their
thi Count) Ci lurthouse In P

I the first puhl i
. mi will i"
Dated it Miami. Florl I '
\ D '. Il
C M TOMUNSON
a- Vdmln
en .'f thi- '
the 17il ..,:
i: BRl'CE VLBXAN1
V t ,.-.- r
c m ;son
- ,\ I -" v irm p
10 17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0LT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85287 Dowling
' RE Estate of
Ri >SE HERMAN
. used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T \ CYed All Pi
mi i i I in.in,Is A|
Bsl
Y .11 ar.- hereby notified
quired '," present any claim
in ind- which you ma) li.'>
' -' iti of Id >8E HBRM
ased late of Dad.- Count) i
Count) Judge* of Dadi i
and file the same in dupln Hi
nro\ d..i in Section IU 16
Btatuti In their offices In thi i
i ourthouae in Dad* I tount),
within six calendar month* ft i
time of th* first publication hi of,
or the -ame will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, tl
da) of September. AD '. I
MAX HERMAN
BETTY J. CUMMINCS
- !

lined at Miami. Florida, this foth
day of October, All lfni'i
MARX FABER
1012 Alnsley Building
-Miami. Florida
As Executor
First publlatlon of this notice on
the 17th day of October. 1*69
-----------------------------------i-m-24-31 117
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
to regi*
nf the
Florida
of the circuit courv-of-Dud^cou;;;;':
Miami. Fia :i:;i.;j
10 17-24-31 11'7
^^-n0tice under
notTceT'is' ^InamS"caw
ihe 24
BPA1
Attorneys
Rt'TH CANTESANO
100 North Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Klorida
10/24-11 11/7-14
Attorney for
BECK (fe I.KAVITT. PA.
P.O. Box 1914, Coral Cables, Kla
10/24-31 11 7.14
Attorneya fo.
W SAm^ CORP.
Miami Beach, Florida
10/24-31 11.7-14
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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Wr, November 7. 1969
P. twist) norJdfhun
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
me county judges court
In and for dade county,
florida in probate
No. 85149-A
ki: Bstate :
,i:\ v
... .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|.\ll Creditors nnd All Persons n.i\ -
Claim* or Demand* Against Said
r. 11 are horebs notified and requlr-
I present bus claims and demands
li> h vi.u nuo have against the .-s-
I,. of HAKKV LEVY di censed late
J Nassau County, Xc York to the
| Judges of Dade County, and
ihe name In duplicate and as
i.i.il in Section 733.16. Florida
J| utes, in their offices in ill*1 Count)
I use iii Dade County, Florida,
I Mix calendar mo*iiths from the
the first publleation hereof,
11 name w ill be bo i retl
f -..[ ill .Miami. Florida, this Jlsl
,.i 11. mber, A li 19611.
HARRIET LEVY
As \111 ill.ii > Ex< i '.III i\
l>uldlcii. Ion 1.1 Hi .....i. on,
I i.,' .."' icioher,
i |tT< 'X II ZEM HI.
[ >;\iei i !: .
fill I v. lit I I \
Hi ,.i
mi I lea. h, Florida
I"/::I I! 7 'I 21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
! .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
J- FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 04-18108
COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
:exi-: ,nnix yahdis.
Ml iff.
vs
iiK )ROB STEIN and
Kl i STONE INSI KAN'i'KCn.
.. I'unaaylvanla corporation,
.. fendanu
T.i KEY8TONE 1N8URAXCB Co,
3040 Market street
Iphla. Pennsylvania
Vou, KEYSTONE INSURANCE CO.
ereby notified thai a Complaint
r Damages has been filed agalnsl
. u. mid you an' required to serve a
. .i>> of your Answer or Pleading to
Hi.- Complaint on tin- Plalntltra at-
torney. LEONAltD EDWARD ABEL
esij.. 42" Lincoln Itoad, Miami Uouch,
Klorida M1M mid file tin- original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
More tin- 16th day of December,
...". if you fail to do ho. Judgment by
c.fault will I"' taken against yu for
. relief demanded in the Complaint
I r damage*.
This nuiioe -shall be published once
- ..eh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FljORIDIAX.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida, thin 3th day of October
A H I96.
E. II LEATHERMAN. Clerk
r rcuil Court, Dade County, Florida
By: 1- SNEEDKN
l leputy Clerk
Court Real)
< \i;|i El i\\ ABD ABEL, ES'.>
. ii ..in Road
. .. lieach, Florida
ii v for l'l.....mi
11 7 14-31-28
IEGAI NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PMOBATE
No. 849i3
HE; Estate .'I
. i II '.I.INS
... ... ,1
OTICE TO CREDITORS
All i dltol I All I'ei ll.o-
r nts r i ma ml?. A
. -
u .... hereb; i i |U i
present i
..n n. j) havi against I In i
s \i: in SHE. INS .!
>i 1 i.ul. Couii.y. Florida, 1.
udg ol 11...I. Cou ity, nnd
Hi. .-..,111. in duplicate and ax
' <\ i-l.il in Seel i"'i 733 i '. Kl. irldn
u:. -. in ill. ir .'Hi, cm .ii the
' unty Coui tli'-ii-. in I'll.- County,
i'i.i. within m\ calendar months
in Hi.- inn.- "I iii. flral publica-
ii hereof, or the aume will be barred
lalcd at Miami. Florida, tin- -7th
i nf I k'tobei. A Ii 1969.
SAC I I' A I TV.MAN
A- Annum -n ator T A
in publication of this not I.......
Till >la> of November, 1969
i Sill NORTON
> for Adi.....latrator T A.
i Blscayne Building
Florida 33130
II 7 14-81-38 |

N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
85356- Dowling
RE Em.it, ,.|
I INK F ENOEL
|..-. ..,.,,1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* ami All Persons Hav-
- Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
,t.
' "u are hereby notified and re-
eil la pr. Beul a.iy claims and
"anils which you may hav% against
estate "f FRANK K. ENOEL
ai 'i late "f i ade County, Florida,
'ount) Judges "f Dade County,
i file the same In duplicate and
provided in Bectlon 733 16, Florida
UJ -. in th, n offices in ih.
ij Courthouse In Dadi County,
da, within six cab idnr months
lie time "i the flral publication
Ihi ante ill be bai 11 !
I at Miami, Florida, tin- 31st
1 "I l l, (obi : A I '
ESTHER EXCEL
As l'.\, cutrlx
' irsl publli atii n ..i this nolle......
'tli daj "f Nov mi r, 1969
I JAN OFF A. U'.M.I ER
"' nej foi Exi .mi iv
" i-H.< "in Road, Miami H> ach
li 7 14-21 28
NOTICE U.vLitR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREKY OIVEN thai
the uii.l.-i-i-.mi.-ii desiring t.. engage
in business undei the fictitious name
"f HAVANA MADRID RE8TAC-
RANT al 4106 Ea.-i Mli Avenue
Hlali ali. Ploi Ida int. mis to regli ler
said name with Ihe Clerk ol Ih. i*|r-
cull Courl nf Dade County, Florida.
LK-MEZ, IXC,
s Florida corporation
LEWIS F. COHEN, BSU
Attorney i"i- I E-MBZ, INC
-'" N.E tTr11 Terrace,
-Miami. Ploi Ida
1" :;i 11/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN thai
Ihe undei .|gn .1. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitinut name
"I RRITE El ECTRIC at 1300 N W
I7:>ih T.ii.i,.,. Mintttl, l-M^ri'la Intends
i" register saM Itmnn with ihe ClerV
-.1 the i in nit Coarl ..I Dude i'i.uiun
Floi Idii
Jl -m.-Ji \ n >RP< (RATION
B) SIDNEY I' RCHREIDELL,
l 'resident
KCRT Wll.l.ls. ii
A i ii.i ii, > for
JI'-MY-DA CORPORATION
444-8492
______________l"/:n li 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT*"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84888
FRANK B. DOWLING
in RE Estate of
HAUIiY I.EIUOWITZ
Deci n i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po All Creditors and All Pel.....is Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present any claims ami
demands which you may have against
the estate ..f HARRY LBIHOW1TZ
deceased late of Nassau County, New
York to the County Judges ol Dade
County, ami file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Bectlon 733.16,
Florida Statutes, u. their offices iii
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar mmiths
from the time of the firet publication
hereof, .,r th.- same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this juth
day of (ictober, A 1) I Ml
JBRBY LEIBOWITZ
As Ancillary Ex.-.*utor
First publication of this notice on
the -list day of October 1969.
MHIlTi.iX II ZKMKI...1
ZBMBU KAUFMAN & ZBMBL
Attorneys for BMate
420 l.in.oln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida
l'V31 11 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17516
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOLORES PADRl IN,
Plaintiff,
V8.
AIM M.I-". i PADRON,
I 'i-f.-lHlant.
Ti i Al 'l-l'i l'AI ilii IN
Reslileiwe unknown
You, ADOI.FO PAI>RON. are here-
1 > notified Hi.it a Bill ..f Compla
for I "I > on e has !" n fib .1 against
> "ii .' rl j ..ii aiv r. i|Uired i" si rve ..
'|ij nui Answ .r or Pli iidliiii to
Hill .if ..., the Plaii
niey, \i'N KAMFT \- SMITH.
1 1 Capital Rank Bldg .Miami
Florida I 2 n J file III. orl|
Am-. r r IMi......it i: the nffl. ol
ih. i 'lei h "i the Cln tut Court ."i i
day '-f No> i i
II you i.ul i" do s... JudKinenl
fault will be Inki u
i li. i demanded In Ihe Hill
This notii shall !" published once
each ueek foi four const ul weeks
In THE JEM ISH II IRIDIAN
IMiNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tins ;l~t da> of October A l>
1969
i: II LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: Deputy Clerk
n 'ircult < "Urt Seal)
VON Z.l.MKT \- BMITH
151! Capital Bank Uldg
M iami, Plot Ida 33132
Attorneys for Plaintiff
lo/24-ll li 7-U
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To ALL To WHu.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COMB GREETINGS:
Whereas, JOSEPH LAURAN8,
.Miami Beach, Florida; CLAl'DE I..
EICHEI- .Miami, Florida: MEI.VIN
J. HABER, South Miami. Florida did
"ii tin 12th day "i i ictober, .\ D. IM?
cause t" I"- Incoroporated un.l.'r th.-
law- ,.f the Slat.- Of Florida CIAl'DEL
MANCFACTl'RINC CORP. a corpora-
tion, with its principal place "t
business -it Miami, Dade County in
the State of Florida, ami whereas
such corporation did on the iMtii
day of October, a l> I960, cause to
be filed In ihe office of the Secretary
of Slate "f the State of Florida, the
documentary authority required under
Sectli n 608.27, Florida Statutes, show-
in gthe dlssolutli M of such corp iratlon
Now, therefore, Ihe Secretary of
State do hi :' b) certify t.. the
and lhal he i- latlsfled
thai th, rei|ulremeiits "f tin law have
I ii implb 'l with
l\ v\ I r.NESS w HEREOF, I have
h. i.i" mj hand and have al
n\. .1 Hi,. 11real Seal "t 11 Stall
i.i. h Tallahassee, the Capital,
i'i, da> ol '. i"i.. i, A.D 1969
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
10/31 69
LEGAL NOTICE
tins KIM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTii-K |S HEREBY OIVEN tl u
"| undersigned, desiring t" engage
business under thi fictitious name
' HOSSV OF MIAMI al MS S W. 1st
' .Miami U130 Intends to register
"'I name with the clerk of the Clr-
u" court n| Dad, County Florida.
CARLOS R< i.MKKi l
Sol.- Owner
11 7 14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
m i-i H i: is HEREBY ii,, ui i. gned, desiring t" engage
In I.n undi i ih. fictitious num..
of Rl iNAI D TBICHNBR, M D al
6601 S \. Bl i li 81 S Miami. I'I.,
33143 mi. mis to register said name
with Hi" Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida,
RONA1 l> TBICHNBR, M.D P A.
BPARBER AND R< 'SKIN P A
Attorneys for Applicant
Inn Blscayne Hl^'1
.Miami. Fla 33132
II 7 14-21-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85531
Iii RE I Istnte "f
JOSEPH A POST
Dei eas. ti
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t" present .-uiy elainu and demands
which you ma> have agalnsl the es-
tate "f JOSEPH A POST deceased
Int.- of Dade County, Florida to the
'"iiniv Judgei "t Dade County, and
file ih.- sam. in duplicate and as
provided in Bectlon 733.16, Klorida
statul.'s. in tlu-ir offices in the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months fmm the
time nf the flrsl publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated ai Miami, Florida,
day "1 i i.-toher. A D. 196ft.
FRANCES: pi ist
WILLIAM II K.Wtn
j,/ > ssi i,u*i.rs .,
First I'lilili.-iui......f tins notl.e ..n
Ihe :i -i day "f i Ictober, 1969
BIMI IN, HAYS & (IRI'NOWBRli
Attoi n.-y for Estate
:"1 Ainsb-y Building
10/31 II 7-1 I-Jl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85542
In RE: Estate of
I8IDOR KRBTCHMER
1......-as.il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hat
mi- Claims or Demands Against Snld
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requil -
I t" present any claims ami di -
mands which you may have against
the estate "( IBIDOR KRBTCHMER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
t.. ih.- County Judges of Dade County,
and file th.- same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from th.-
time of the first publication hereof,
or th.' sum.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of October, A.D. 1M>,
MCKRAY KRBTCHMER
NORM A K IJNDENBERi;
As Exerutors
First publication of this notice on
the 31st day of October. 196ft.
I.BON .V EPSTEIN
Attorney for Bstate
420 I.in.-oln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
_______________________16/31 11 7-H-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85248-B
in RE: Bstate of
ESTHER ORODNER,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd requir-
ed to present any claims and d.-iii.. ,.l-
which you ma} have ngninsl the es-
tate of ESTHER .llii IDNER, d -
ceased late "i Dade County, Florida,
t,, the County Judgi til Dade County,
.mil file ih" same In duplicate and
i- pro* i'i.-.I i-i s-. Ion 733 l, Fli
Statules, In their the C. unty
Courthouse In Ihidt Coui t> i lorlda,
withi'n six i.il, n.l.ir months fnn
- ,ni. oi 11... f rsi publi. ill. her.
or Ihe same w red
1 '..' .1 al Miami, r ,.....la, this I7ib
daj < i loh< i A I' 1969
HERBER1 HRt DNER
V Kxecutoi
I'ii ^t publicai ;"ii of ill
llh [|aj ,.f ii, i ,|n
I'KISII.MAN & FEIN, I'.S'.'S
Attorneys for Admiulslralor
I2H Lb old Ro I,
Miami, I'-
I.. /21 1117-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-17692
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
VITO BARNES,
Plaintiff
\ s
HORTENSIA BARNES,
I lefendnnl
Ti>: HORTENSIA BARNES
Residence I'nknown
ViiC. HORTENSIA BARNES, are
hereby notified lhal n Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against \'-u.
and you are required t" serve n copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's
attorney, RONALD I. DAVIS, ESQ.,
417 Blscayne Building-lft W. Flngler
Street, Miami. Florida 33130, Phone
379-2851 .and fib- the original Answ-
er or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or 1m--
fore that 1st day of December, 19(9 If
yon fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will I"- tak.n against you for
th relief demanded In lite Complaint
for Divorce.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
on,., w.-.-k for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, tins 23rd day of October,
1969
!: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circull 'out'. I lath I 'ounty, Ploi Ida
II] c l' i "i'El AND
l leputy Clerk
u ircult Court Bi ..I'
10/31 IX 1
NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Nl ITICE IS II EREB\ GIVEN I hat
the partnership h< reti ifoi pxisl
b. v-.....I" >SE I- MBNENDEZ
RAl'L I-' 'I'IV. ui 'I ii
name and I IRTISTIC CRAFT,
1, .at,,i ..! |si Ih Court, H
leah, Florida ed bj mutual
hi ..ii. da) of l '< m!. r,
I'" N
JOSE I. MENENDBZ has with-
draw .i from ai 'I has ., sed to i-e
Inted In I n ol said
business .;-. sol......'kholiU'r .i AR-
| isi'l.' ci: IFT INC., i !' orldn cor-
poration .nui he is entitled i" all of
the assets, Including all debts due i"
aid partnership, and has assumed
and will pa) all outstanding business
obligations of ARTISTIC CRAFT.
fore Incurred
JOSF. 1. MENENDEZ
RAIL LOPEZ
10/31 11/7-14-21
County,
this 21st
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the riclitiouf nami
of TATY-FRANK'S nl 686 \\ :7
Btn .-1. Hialeah. Florida Intends to n -
gisti r said name u ith the Cli rk ol
the Circuit Court oi li.nl
Florida
Dated al Miami, Florida,
.lax ot i Ictobei 1989
TATS'-FRANK'S
by: FRANClscii |{ GONZALEZ,
ow ii. r
686 \\ 27 Street, Hialeah, Florida
11/24-31 II 7-1*
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
.H "ANNE CLARK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN PETER ci.ARK,
I lefendnnl
T I: John PETER CLARK
I Estate Road
Smithiow ii, Long Island,
New York 117-7
You, .loliv PETER CLARK, are
herebj not Ifled that a Bill of Com-
plninl for I Hvon li.i- bi n filed
SglllllSl ) "U. an,I ,\ "U .ii,. i ijuln I to
rvi ,i oopj of your Answ r or
Pleading to the BUI of Complninl on
ti". Plaintiff's attorney, LARSON
and MARVIN, Attorneys .it Law. 777
N.W 72nd Avenue, Miami, i
33126 and file the original Answer
oi Pleading in the offl......i' the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
1st da) of December, 1969, If you
fall In 'l" -.. judgment by default
will l". tak.n against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLtfRlDIAN
I mini; and ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 28th day of October
A.D. l:;:..
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C, P. COPELAND
Deputy i 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
LARSON ami MARVIN. ESQUIRES
777 .N.W. 72nd Avenue
Miami, Florida -1.".l2i>
______________________ l"/r,l 11 7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16*04
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MART.ENB E. OARCIA,
Plaintiff,
JEAN C. OARCIA
Defendant.
To: Jl'A.N C. GARCIA
-177 E Oage Ave.
Runtlngton Park
California. 90255
You, JUAN C. OARCIA, are here-
by notified thai a Complaint for Di-
vorce has I.....ii filed agalnsl you, and
you are required in serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading i" the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
HARi ILD -l COHEN, ESQ 2761
Coral u a) Mi .mi. Florida ::::i IS and
nl. thi i : nl Ansv er n I
in the ..in,, ..: the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or hefoi
of N'nvemh. 196 'i (,-ou fall t" do
so. ni'l-i'i. b) di fault v ,11 be taken
against you for the i | d. mandi .1
ii Compluint.
el. foi four week
In THE JEWISH Fl 'HUMAN.
IMi .' AND ORDERED at
this 3111 day "t I I lober A i
C II I BATIIKRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dadi Countv, F
B) MAI 'M El I'I i: KENT
., iiu 'lerk
(Circu nil Seal i
IIAROLD.I COHEN
Attoi 'i.
-7'.' ...v..I Way,
Miami. Fin
A Horn, y tor Plaint Iff
Tel. Ill 1781
1" 17-24-31 11 7
LEGAL NO! ICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
h e undei e n tea ite I n
businesi under the fictitious name -f
''A MBI/T REALTY at DuPn Plaza
Cet Miami, Floi Ida int. imIs l. re-
gisiei s.ii.i name with the Clerk of uia
I Ciri-uil Court oi Daile County, Floridu.
I luti 'I this 7ih da) of Octohei
STATE-SI ll'TH ERN I IF
FLORIDA, INC,
i Sole i iw in ii
1003 I luPi ni I'i.iza i '.iit.r
Miami, Floi Ida 33131
I" 17-:'l-:'.l 11 7
NOTICE UNC-S:.-.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl (TICK IS I1EREBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
ARCO Itl'II.DERS .'i iNTH VCTl IRS at
S.W. 1st Street, Miami, Suito
intends i" n glster said name
i'h the I ii rk "i" the Circull I '"Ui i ..f
County. Florida
AH .1 A.NDi I CI IRP vs
- U 7-.Ui Avenue*: Miami
I" 17-24-31 11 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-1/115
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADRIANA JACKS' iN,
I.
JAMES II JACKS. iN,
llefendai i
Tl >: JAMES II JACKS. IN
3IMH 1 louglai Sir. .1
i imaha, Nebraska 68131
Apartmeul No -"1
Vou. James ii Jackson, are
hereby notified lhal a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
Berv. a cop) of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
th.- Plaintiffs attorney JOSEPH C
BRANNEN, M-118 Blscayne Building,
19 West Flngler St.. Miami. Fla 33130
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court nil" or before the I7lh
day of November, 1969, If you fail
t" do so. judKinent oy default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in Ihe Bill "f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
...i, h week for four consecutive weeks
! in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
. Fl.-rid.i .thi.s 15th day of October
: A.D. 196H.
E. B. I.KATHERMAN', Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
By: MARQUKRITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Cin-uit Court Seal 1
JOSEPH C. BRANNEN
M-ll* Blscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida 3313"
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/17-24-31 n 7
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 FOR DIVORCE
INKS Rl ISA I M >,
plaintiff,
vs
Rl IS | A Rl 'S.\ l i.
1 l. l.n.lalit
Tl I: It" ISA A Rl ISAIX I,
Residence l*nkno\i n
You. Rosa a ROSA IK i, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complninl for
Diver,, has been filed against you,
and you are required i" servi ., cops
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
nttnrney, Rl >MEO .1 SHEPARD JR
'" Ainsl.y Bldg H N E 1st Ave .
.Miami. Florida nnd file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the ci.ik of the Circuit Court on or
before the Bth das of December,
1969 if you fail tn 'l...... Judgment l>s
default will be Ink. n men Insl s u '
the relnf demanded in the Bill of
Complaint
'l hi~ notice shall be published once
.. I. for four IISI UI |V| Weeks
in THE JEM ISH l'l I IRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nl
Florida II day of Oil \ i
i: II LB VTIIERM W '
Circuit 'out Dade i um ,
I IS D. RYAN
i uty C
(Circuit '' ui S
Ri 1MB J. siicr \i:u. jr
6U8 Ail '- | I lul 'linn
Miami, Fli
Alton:' \ ; i 1 i. Intifl
10/31 II 7-11 .1
COPY QUICK
INSTANT PRINTERS
OFFSET PRINTING PHOTO COPIES
While rou Mrotff
Suite S-A, M.B. Fed. Building
534-2916
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16876
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANTA P CEHBt >.NE,
PI
TAMARA N CERBOXE.
11. f< ndiinl
Tl TAMARA N CER1* 'NB
i F. (I Run
vVrei \ > !,-
i
You, TAS tRA \ CERIti R
) notified thill a Bill of Com-
, itll- I-", || fiie'i
nt you. 'i ulred to
i r\ f s'our Am er or Pli t
Complaint tl
line) M M:\ I" VBER,
Mini
i
r the Clel of the
i ,; I'nurt on or Iii
In; of November, 1 I t"
do v". judgnn nl b) di fault will '
.n fi i :l!" n lief .le-
ii,;,ml. ,l In tin- Bill of Complaint
This n.'i ice shall be publi slieil once
a U for '.-III < .!-", ulive w.. kf
in THE JEW ISH l-l.nh'IDIAN
l INK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this luih da) of I ictober -\ D
I .i(19
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Courl, Dnde Counts", Florida
B) J .1 NEI.S. IN
Deput) Clerk
(I 'ircull '"iiii Si al i
IW2 Ai'nsle) Ruildlng
Miami, Floi Mn
Attorney for Plaintiff
I" 17-iM SI 11 7
NOTICE BY PL-SLICArlON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-17122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DASLEN 111 THAMAY LEE,
Plaintiff
HENRY FRANKLIN LEE,
I lefendnnl.
Tl HENRY FRANKLIN LEE
5121 Bcrmonl
I ii,. i. Michigan 182'iS
You, HENRY FR VNKLIN I EE are
Bill "i Cni-
: ti.i I n\ orce has le n filed
agal nsl j u y> >ur are n quired t>
. ., cop) of your Answer or 1 '|.
tin Rill Complaint "ii the
law Offices of
i. P< il.l.ACK, Sn 1700
Sin ei. Miami. Fli
ind file thi original I
l'l, ,,.ln ii in the "''a of : he I "li rk of
Clr. Courl th,-
da) "I" \ovii If S'OU
to di so, Jud. in- in i.> default
will be l t
di m .n.l. '. In the Bill ol < 'om-
plalnf.
This ll"l n .nee
each week for four consecu ivi nreekl
in THE JEW iSII FLOKIDIAN,
l IXB AXD ORD1 Miami,
Florida, this 1,1th da) "i i ii lober AD.

E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Counts', Florida
B) MAR) II BKITE K BNT
(Circuit 'nun Seal)
PAl'L I'' 'I I. A" K
1700 \ W 7th Sn.. 1
Miami. Florida
At tome) for Plaintiff
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YOUR SAVINGS INSURED TO $15,000
SECOND OLDEST SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION IN THE U.S.A.
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS
We make no charge to transfer your savings to Miami Beach Federal from anywhere in the United States.
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401 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach 393 Sunny Isles Boulevard Miami
Phone 538-5511 Phone 947-1415
755 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 650 N.W. 183rd Street Miami
Phone 538-5511 Phone 621-3601
301 71 st Street Miami Beach Village Mall Shopping Center 8950 S.W. 97th Avenue, Miami
Phone 538-5511 Phone 274-2955


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