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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 14, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Flondian
Vciume 42 Number 46
Combining THE JEWISH iMMT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, November 14, 196E
Three Sections Price 20
First Naval Attack On
North Sinai Since 1967
i
^/iiiDDy Jjlrthaau
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
Egyptian destroyers and several
?maJler craft participated in the
helling of the northern Sinai
ecast occupied by Israel Sunday
hefon being driven off by Israeli
planes. Israeli jets later attacked
Egyptian positions and military
targets in the northern section
ii the Suez in apparent retalia-
tion, and Israeli military spoke s-
men reported all returned safely
ti their bases.
The Sinai shelling. 25 miles
east of the Canal, was Egypt's
first naval action against Israel
since Soviet Komar-type missile
craft sank the Israeli destroyer
Eilat in international waters off
Alexandria two years ago, and
was carried out by one destroyer
of the "Skory" class, a vessel
of 3.500 tons displacement, an-
other destroyer of unidentified
type, and smaller craft.
Israeli officials said the Egyp-
tian guns hit nothing but sand
in the action which lasted 30
minutes. A reporter and a pho-
tographer, representing a jour-
nalists" pool, were flown to the
site. They reported seeing only
she 11 craters in sand dunes. The
naval task force apparently left
Port Said after dark, Israeli of-
ficials said, anei after reaching
their target area about 10:30
4km.. fired hundreds of shells,
(Continued on I*a*e 15-A>
The I. ish Kloridian wishes
to add its congratulations and
best wishes to the many sent
this ww-k to UK KxrrUrncy,
Zalman Shazar. President of the
State of Israel, on the oreasiou
of his 80th birthday Nov. 10.
and pay tribute to him for his
efforts to further Jewish soli-
darity, education and the revival
of the Jewish heimeland, Israel.
Nasser Threatens
War And Bloodshed
LONDON (JTA) In what
pi servers described as his must
belligerent speech since the Six-
Day War. Egypt's President
Gamal Abdel Nasser told his
ration that "war and bloodshed"
are now the only solution to the
Arab-Israel conflict, because' al
I ilitical solutions have failed.
! gypt is now in a position, he
said, to put 500.003 men in the
i id against Israel.
What was taken by force,
St tx rcclaimeel by force," he
Hi ii in an address at the open-
ng of the Egyptian Parliament
nich was carried by raelio and
television to the nation. He' de-
nounced the United State's for
aiding Israel and saiel U.S. mili-
tarists are- "fighting against
Egypt from behind guns and
from aircraft that carry the Star
of David." Russia is Egypt's
friend, he saiel. "The' arms of the
Soviet Union are' in our hands
and the' arms of the' U.S.A. are
in Israel's hands."
The s|* the Egyptian president in three
months, was delivered following
three Egyptian commando raids
on Israeli force* across the Suez
canal which met with some SUC-
Confinued on Page 2-A
38th GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETS IN BOSTON
National Conference Marks
CJFWF's Seventy-Fifth Year
Mrs. Meir Has 21 Days
To Form Government
JERUSALEM (JTAt Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar wound up
his consultations with the rep-
resentatives of all political par-
ties elected to the Knesset, and
i resented Mrs. Golda Meir with
the task of forming a new gov-
ernment. She has 21 days to
Lresent a new Cabinet to the
Knesset for approval, but may
request a 21-day extension. All
the factions represented in the
outgoing National Unity govern-
ment are reporter! to have told
Mr. Shazar they wished Mrs.
Meir to continue as Premier.
Final and official results of
the Oct. 28 election for the sev-
enth Knesstt. announce-d by the
Central Election Committee.
confirmed that the Alignment of
the Labor Party and the leftist
Continued on Page 6-A
NEW YORK i JTA p Major
address) S will be- delivered at the'
38th General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds in Boston
this week by Robert H. Finch.
U.S. Secretary oi Health. Edu-
cation anel Welfare, and Daniel
P. Moynihan. who is assistant
ti. the Pn sident on urban affairs
and executive secretary of the
National Council on Urban Af-
fairs.
A CJFWF official saiel the
Assi mbly's program hael been
broadened to provide for a pre>s-
i ntation of the' views of a newly-
formed Jewish Activist League
on matters of Jewish communal
priority and indicated that stu-
eient activists had agreed to the-
arrangements.
Discussions with the group's
representatives reportedly have
be e n under way since its spokes-
me n announced that chapters in
Ne w York City's Columbia Uni-
ve rsity and Braneieis University
intende-ei sending delegations to
the- Ge-neral Assembly.
The broadened General As-
sembly format was announced
by CJFWF executive vice presi-
dent Philip Bernstein, who said
DANIEL P. MOYNIHAN
the organization "warmly wel-
comes the interest expressed by
students and faculty in the Bos-
ton area for more active partici-
pation in Jewish communal af-
fairs anel particularly in the
Assembly."
Adding that the CJFWF and
Jewish Community Split On Vietnam War Policy
WASHINGTON (JTA > The
American Jewish community is
ipparently as deeply split as the
'st of the nation over the gov-
ernment's Vietnam war policy.
the antithetical views were rc-
cted in the capital where a
demonstration in which many
Jewish youth were expected to
Participate was sehe'dule-d to be-
Pn Thursday. The- deme.nstral-
Brs' attempts to find housing in
Uie Washington area met with a
Cold reception from a number of
synagogue-s anel temples.
The Washington. D.C. Board
<- Rabbis culled on le>cal Jews
to "ope-n their doors and their
it-arts to anti-war marche-rs."
The board, with a membership
i 50 Conservative, Orthodox
nd Reform Rabbis, issued its
appeal through its president,
Rabbi A. Nathan Abramowitz of
Tifereth Israel Synagogue, who
also expressed support for all
"since-re- and strenuous efforts in
and out of government to ob-
serve the commandment to seek
Ik are- and pursue it."
But many Jews in the capital
anel elsewhere expressed the fear
that Jewish support for peace
demonstrators would irritate the-
President. Some Jewish leaders
Strongly endorsed th" President's
war policies and his Nov. 3 Viet-
nam speech, and appeared to
agree with his contention that a
U.S. withdrawal would precipi-
tate a Communist victory. Such
an outcome, they claimed, would
heighten the dangers facenl by
Israel.
Among the Jewish leaders
taking issue with those who op-
pose Mr. Nixon's course was
Zionist Organization of America
president Jacques Torczyner. In
an aeielress to the ZOA's national
executive committee, he said the
problems of Vietnam anel the
Middle East are connected and a
Communist victory in East Asia
will encourage the enemies of
Israel."
Orthodox rabbis de-nounceel
the statement of Rabbi Maurice
N. Eisenelrath last month as "ir-
responsible," anel Rabbi Zev Se-
gal, president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, wrote Presi-
dent Nixon that a "silent ma-
jority" of Ameiican Jews sup-
portend him.
Another pledge of support for
President Nixon's policies came
from Bernarel B. Direnfeld. na-
tional commander of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States, who wired the White
House- that "Jewish War Vet-
erans have faith that President
Nixon's withdrawal plan will
move ahead in a manner square-
ly within the' national Interest
and the honor of our country.'
But the1 American Jewish Con-
gress, bitterly opi>oscd to the
war, urged its members to join
in "effective and meaningful
peace'-re lateel activities." And
Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn. the
president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis (Re-
form i accused the Nixon Ad-
ministration of continuing the
Vietnam policies of the Johnson
administratioTi and urged CCAR
members to "openly and active-
ly" support this week's peace
moratorium.
ROBERT H. FINCH
constituent Federations through-
out the1 United States and Can-
ada were "committed to action"
to increase such participation,
he said CJFWF officials had in-
vited college students from a
number of communities to join
actively in the deliberations, and
had arranged for the participa-
tion of a number of faculty
members. While the Assembly
program had been planned
months in advance, Mr. Bern-
ste in added, arrangements had
been made to bring the student
activists' |K>int of view to the
attention of Assembly delegates,
"in view of the expressed inter-
est of a number of Boston Jew-
Continued on Page 5-A

IN THIS ISSUE
Alsop 4. A Real Estate 11.B
Bur Mitrva h 12B Sermon 8-C
Candleight S-C Synagogues 8-C
Cohen 4. A TV .C
Dining 1C-B Weddings S-9B
Engagen'ts 8 9B Womenj
Obituaries 15B World S-B


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Fridcy. November 14, 1969
*Jenisti F/crtdfiann
Page 3-A
Essen Chairman Of CJA-IEF Campaign's High-Rise Division BabeI collection To b^ Reviewed

Miami attorney Bon Essen has
accepted the chairmanship of the
Ri sickr.ee and High-Rise Division
,,; th Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1970 Combined Jewish
Appea.-Israel Kmergency Fund
i impaign for the third consecu-
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Is Rabbi's Topic
Th- Talmudic Period," the
growth ami codification of Jewish
Law and its place in contempo-
:>: v society, has boon selected by
Kit>bi Solomon Schiff, chaplain of
Dade County, as the topic for dis-
cussion at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the VM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
S*>00 SW Hth St.
The discussion is part of a con-
tinuing lecture-discussion series
osponsorod by the 'Y' and the |
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Ihe genera) heading "Great Move-
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"With peace still eluding the
people of Israel more than 'J'-j
years after the Six-Day War." Mr.
Essen said, "the enormous costs of
defending their land against ene-
mies bent on revenge make it
impossible for them to continue
supporting their humanitarian and
social welfare programs."
Mr. Essen, whose wife, Hazel
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name of Essen and Essen.
The chairmanship of the Resi-
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Mr. Essen. He has served as presi-
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| Miami, and of Temple Judea, is a
trustee of Hillel Foundation and
i director of National Children*"
Cardiac Hospital, served as Wor-
\ shipful Master of the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge and as a District
I Deputy Grand Master of the 18th
Masonic District of Florida.
At the annual Temple Beth Sho-
lom library luncheon Wednesday
noon. Rabbi Leon Kronish will re-
view the new collection of stories
by Isaac Babel, the Russian nov-
elist killed by Josef Stalin in 1939.
Called "You Must Know Every-
thing," it is a collection of 19
Babel stories published this sum-
mer by Farrar. Straus and Giroux.
Two of the stories "And Then
There Were None" and "The Jew-
ess" had never been published in
the original Russian.
Babel, regarded as the greatest
Russian writer of fiction since
Chekhov, was born in Odessa in
1894. His daughter, Nathalie, who
now lives in the United States,
edited the new book and added
notes to the translation by Max
Hayward.
Proceeds from the luncheon will
bo used to purchase new books for
the Miami Beach congregation's
library, which houses one of the
largest collections of Jewish and
Israeli books in the Southeastern
United States. Chairmen of the
luncheon committee are Mrs. Wal-
i ter Fitelson and Mrs. Gerry Ross.
Mrs. Joseph Novel is program
I chairman; ticket chairmen are
1 Mrs. Bernard Loring and Mrs.
Ellis Feinstein. Hostesses include
Mrs. Leonard Platt, Mrs. Dolores
Wilson. Mrs. Kenneth Hershey,
i Mrs. Sally Solove and Mrs. Murray
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, nish. chaplain of the synagogue
auxiliary, are program consultants.
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Announcing the 1969
INAUGURAL DINNER
OF THE
Golden Jubilee Celebration
of the HISTADRUT In Israel
RABBI LEON KRONISH
National Vice-President
Honorary Chairman
Israel Histadrut
Council ol South Florida
hON. HANOCH GIVTON
Minister Plenipotentiary
trom Israel to the
United Nations
DR. MICHAEL SOSSIN
Presiden., 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 in the kibbutzim and in the cities; 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
homeland.
On this occasion, we honor two outstanding citizens of Miami Beach, who share the task
of strengthening Israel with our brothers and sisters in that beleaguered nation.
SAM and REBECCA FEINSTEIN CHAMPIONS OF ISRAEL


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Volume 42
Friday, November 14, 1959
Number 46
4 KISLEV
Until 120, Zalman Shazar!
Add to the list oi patriarchs of our people the name
ot Zalman Shazar, revered President of the State of Israel,
who celebrated his 80th birthday on Nov. 10.
Standing above the heat cf partisan politics, Mr.
Shazar represents the essence of Jewish life in the fledgling
state of our people. His reputation as a scholar and author,
his contributions to the universal progress, not only of the
Jewish people but of all peoples, is recognized by the
leaders of the world community who have joined in mark-
ing this most significant anniversary.
What better way to greet Zalman Shazar than to wish
for him and for the State of Israel he has served so nobly
the traditional and reverent: "Until 120!"
Histadrut Marks 50th Anniversary
As the Histadrut Council of South Florida prepares
to hold its annual dinner, the imprint of Moshe Berman's
lifetime of service to the State of Israel is called to mind.
Mr. Berman retired this fall after 23 years of dedication to
the Histadrut Campaign in the United States, more than
half of that period spent in our area. Prior to that, he
worked as a pioneer for Histadrut in Palestine for two
decades.
During Moshe Berman's tenure here, Histadrut raised
the funds for such major projects as the Greater Miami
Amal Technical High School and the Elsie Bonem Medical
Center, both in Ramleh, and for the Greater Miami Medical
and Rehabilitation Center in Beersheba.
And it was Mr. Berman who played a leading role in
the establishment of the American Histadrut Foundation,
which has raised a significant percentaqe of the SI5,000,000
in its coffers from local and national functions held in
South Florida.
A tireless worker, Moshe Berman was able to bring
to the forefront leaders in both service and contributions
for Histadrut and Israel as a whole. His role as executive
director will long be remembered.
Thursday night's dinner will launch the national cele-
bration of Histadrut's Golden Jubilee. The Miami Beach
function also will introduce to South Florida new project of
the local Histadrut Council the Moshe Sharett College
cf Management.
Success in the effort to build the new College of Manage-
ment, named in honor of Israel's second prime minister who
was a frequent visitor to this area, will provide the City of
Jerusalem and the nation with a much-needed facility to
provide future leadership in professional and administra-
tive areas.
Agenda Shows Federation Concerns
We note with appreciation the 75th anniversary of the
Jewish Federation movement in the United States as the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds winds
up its 38th General Assembly sessions" this weekend in
Boston. No association has been more responsible for the
strong feeling of community among American Jews and
by extension world Jewry than the Federations in large
and small cities. 22C cf them.
The extent of Federation concern is shown in the
agenda for the week of deliberations. Concern for Israel is,
of course, high en the list, but the needs cf Jews in Eastern
Europe and other foreign areas are not neglected. Priorities
for action here in the states are the programs designed to
strengthen Jewish life and survival through emphasis on
the university students and financing quality Jewish
education.
Greater Miami's Federation has a strong representa-
tion, as is proper, for today it speaks as one of the major
Jewish strongholds in the free world. This diamond anni-
versary, in term3 of meeting the challenge both of fund-
raising and iniaginative planning for the future, can be a
great one for the American Jewish community.

Comment
In last Sunday'- H ;ral I
S. Knight said it as well as any-
one I have read: "For a vast
sickness prevades the land, a
malady which afflicts the young
and old. rich p or, hawk
and dove. It- name is Vietnam."
We will see an.', hear the
symptoms exposed this -
end in Wash ngtoi -
but must in our homes as
we watch silent witi and
nothine els< tl se wh i pn
this mess which men like
Knight h -. s ight to : in
thes m ny years. H th
confrontation will iceful
as the Oct. 15 demonstrations
throughout the nati in on I
same them-'. If so. no th
will be due our President who, I
submit, ha- act r with
teness to polarize the opposil
views on this Issui I '' tnam.
not to reconcile them. As Knight
said, commenting on the highly-
publicized speech of i week ag i
Monday "(iti soothed the ear
but deflated our hopes."
Ore of the lines in a post-
World War II musical comedy
about that war described a
character as one who was i
jerk when he went into the Army
and a jerk when he got out."
Nixon is no jerk but neither is
he the man that Joseph Alsop
describes in these columns last
week as a "gut fighter." rather
than the timid person (that's
Alsop i he's been posing as since
last January. As President. I
see him as no diffeient than the
man whose pre-president:al t
I never *ot on as high a I
as the "gut". It was always
nearer the groin from the I
he discovered polil
by kneeii g Helei
Douglas out ... withun-
ible
Things fall int
recognizes that Si* n hasi I
_ i his : '
... |e s new ind his pleas to
. it." I rare!)
A sop, but
- the Pre
:.- '
implicate n. '
who earned the title of "Ti
Dick" in his younger d lys
I have
pi ty t
ol N >\ is
a frank expositi in of the I
wh.-n. in truth, it .vas
from its beginning; is dish n -'
as Lyndon Johnson ever was at
his worst He -onvcnientfo for-
got as h.- built Eisenh iwer in-
itial Involvement into "John-
son's War" that h. himself
strongly urged such military '"-
volvement as fai back is 1954.
He did not tell the American
people that there were no such
nations" as N >rth and South
Vietnam before the 19.">l Genev i
Agreement: that this was ,i tem-
porary expedient prior to UN-
supervised elections and that
we were the only major c mntry
which did not sign the agree-
ment, He did not tell the Amer-
by EDWARD COHEN
people that the real
still is as it has !x>er.
long "" our in\ >lvemei I
who shall govern the peop
V '" '"': those who
freedom from foreign com .
,.. *,' ho c illaborate I
,; mes pfaiaed Hit
t:i tide of l ;'
-' their own p | .
,: n end l i eol wi a- i
ve have chosen I
IS V ';: -|
better tl Pr
v iln it to all of
in re lit) this Is i Civil v.
. I Involv I, th .. i
main on the sum-1 t
that h is broui ,-t our i
, weekend which nvvj
: s ister. Th Presiderl |
on our ootorius A i
pride with talk ot p 'I jmliM-
'defi w" tH int !
f c infi ': In our i -
- if all thes ha I not I.'
tl ready and as U
:- moral act such a- ith
dr iwal of our troops mi
raise our stature in thw *><
, a irld which has lost it- I
In the integrity of this nat
No. his speech was plainl} '
dressed to the ''silent maj
which contain* more blood-lust*
ers than the radical few who m ly
seek head-to-head confrontation
for their own devious purposes
in Washington this weekend
Last Sunday, coming out ol
synagogue, one of the
majority" said that ho felt th-
Continued on Pgo 5-A
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The argu-
ment about the Inquest on Mary
Jo Kopechne's death has finish- d
at last: and the end is therefore
in sight of this first chapter ol
Sen. Kdward Kennedy's tragic
misfortune. It is too soon, as yet
to foreteil exactly what the end
will be.
For example. Massachusetts
has motor vehicle laws of nt ar-
medieval severity. The lawyers'
warnings about these laws have,
in fact, deformed the whole pub-
lic management of this terrible
business from the moment Sen.
Kennedy's friends gather) d at
Hyannis. And one must wait un-
til the inquest is over to see the
outcome of this aspect ol the
problem.
Again, much will depend upon
th" impression conveyed by the
n cord of the inquest. At a guess,
the most important questi n is
whether tins record will bring
out. clearly and forcefully, the
real ex] ition of the senator's
behavioi after the accident on
the bridg
ere is, so far as me cai
path r a rath r simi li i xplai i-
tion. The hideous combination
of coming within half a s<
CAUqHTIMA |
PUPPET ACT
. f drowning, plus a mil!
cussion, plus th. jheer_horror of
the whole episode, temporarilj
put the senator rn'tu what can
only be described ar'a st t
shot k. Nor is this SP COOTS is
-.i prising, if you cQflsjii
matti i
It can be amply docun ented
t irtherrm re. because this V <
c indition of mucal, and; n
shot k persisted In some
f ir days after the setrfti '
and advisers at Hyaos- u,:'
anguished councils ot like doctors' consultations held
In the absence, ot the pa.1
Not until Robert S. McNamars
Theodore Sorensen and, B
Marshall finally offered their
] >int advice that he must' plead
- lilty at the trial did S< n.
m dy truly resume full criai.
1 i- own life and destiny.
These being the facts, th< first
thing to be said about th< sen-
ator's future is that the inquest
should be a major piece ol good
; irtune for him. if all goes well
when it is held. The truth '
i ithlng less than a det
ficial record, such as the ioq -'
it to produce, will evi i
' Finis" to this chaptei B
i a tor's career;
With such a record. I
decent -..eople will -'-
> an stai I -
\i\jl,LiK iiiumum-.....""''
pvi lti>\tisto* IV
lintd Kennedy-b it- rs wcr*'
Kennedyhateii long before
t'happaquiddick.. ffhrrg is. ar;a
i r was. anything to be l0,>'
about them.
If the presfmf chapter ends
In this manner, as one must pray
it will, then there is no reason at
all for the future chapter* >' lh''
senator's story to be t|nged of
even greatly troubled by tn''
heavy darkneas that h.- has re
Continuod an Pt **
1


Friday, November 14. 1969
^Jews/? fhridibun
Page 5-A
Horwitch Enters OB Tennis
The latest top-ranked junior
tennis player to enter the KiRhth
Annual Junior Orange Bowl Ten-
nis Championships, which will be
played at four Coral Gables loca-
, tions Dec. 22. 23, 24 and 26. is
Mathew Horwitch. 10. of Highland
Park, III. Mathew. who will enter
the tournament as one of the fa-
vorites, is ranked No. 1 in Illinois'
12-and-under category.
Mrs. Berth Davidson receives congratula-
tions end a corsage from Rabbi David Raab
ci Temple Beth Raphael for her efforts on
behclf of the Jewish National Fund of Great-
er Miami. On This occasion, the friends of
Mrs. Davidson established a grove in her
Conference Marks Cohen
honor in the Baal Shem Tov Forest in Israel
Participating are (from left) Mrs. Eva Blum,
Rabbi Raab, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Davidson,
Dr. Adoli Finkler, Mrs. Miriam Press, Cantor
Saul H. Breeh of Temple Beth Raphael.

75th Year Of CJFWF
(Continued from i'acr 1-A)
Ish college youth for even great-
participation."
Spokosairn for the Jewish Ac-
tivist League said participants
had been sought at Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
Ol Religion, the Reform semi-
nary, as w 11 as at Yeshiva Uni-
versity, various City University
colleges and from local Hillel
Foundations and a 'brand spec-
trum" of Jewish youth organiza-
tions.
The League spokesemen said
i'search into the budget of the
i onitrtned JtVish Philanthropies
(i Boston and of the total of all
'ti*MYl .Federation budgets had
awn _9dtwfaiiiK information
Sit' ?>Mei^'3)^<>^tics. The
si JderHsr'\^jfe- assisted in their
i mtuvb by-'RAbi Albert Axel-
i aa^HUJel fltre&or at Brandeis:
l raf. Leonard Fein, director of
' he HarvaTd^MlT urban studies
niter; Dr. Marshall Sklare. the
i o'tad Jewish Sociologist, and
l. ;.iry Jewish studies at Brandeis.
Continuec from Page 4-A
best solution might be to bomb
"North Vietnam out of existence,
thus ending the war." This is
what Nixon leans on to give him
the authority to strafe peasants
in their fields, destroy their
crops, burn their villages, the
right to kill, kill and draft our
youth to be killed, until their
country is run the way we think
it should be run.
The speeches of the ineffable
Spiro Agnew. the attempts to
deny parade permits in the light
of the studies which showed
such denials led to the Chicago
riots in 196iS. the continued state-
ments from the White House that
the President will not be affect-
ed by the open dissent are. to
my mind, deliberate recruiting
devices for radicalism. On both
sides of the issue.
This view of. the President of
the United Sf:ites may seem un-
reasonably harsh because of my
feeling about our involvement in
Vietnam. Let me firm up my
argument that he is the same
"Tricky Dick" we all knew in
1952 by pointing to the threat
to begin impeachment proceed-
ings against Justice Douglas if
Clement Haynsworth is denied
confirmation to the Supreme
Court, on top of the revelations
from the same sources which
donied the Chief Justice's chair
to Abe Fortas. These are the
tactics of a man to whom win-
ning is more important than the
cost of the victory to the country
he professes to love. In such
victories lie the ultimate defeat
of those ideals which so many of
us see as true greatness of the
country we wish to prosper in
peace and in harmony.
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Page 10-A
Fr;
Page 6-A
Keevc Segc!, student at Beth Torch Congreqoiion Religious
School, shows Mrs. Avner Lewis, faulty United Notions Inter-
nation Children's Emergency Fund 'UNICEF: cdvisor, and
Abraham J. Gittelson, educctional director, a check for
mere than S5C0 collected by Beth Torah students for UNICEF.
The drive is traHit onally held in conjunction with Ho'.Ioween
end the funds are used for the health and welfare of child-
ren throughout the world. $ f
Mrs.MeirHas21Davs

To Form Government
(Continued from Page 1-A)
Mapam had won 56 seats in the
120-scat parliament and that the
H.rut-Lib. ral Alignment won 26
i ats to maintain its position as
Israel's second largest political
grouping. The Labor-Mapam
group had an absolute majority
with 63 seats in the sixth Knes-
i t: Gahal had 22 seats.
The official tally showed the
National Religious Party in-
creased its seats from 11 to 12.
the Agudat Israel retained its
four seats and Poalei Agudat
Israel held its two seats. The
Arab-Druzi- pro-Labor lists re-
tained tin ir four seats, as did the
lent Liberals. The Free
Centi r, a bn akaway group from
1 from four to two
si ats and the Israel Communists
retai -at. Former Piv-
: David Ben-Gurion's State
List rose to four seats from I
previous one. and the one-man
Haolam Hazeh faction -1 n
a seat.
Miomi Area Hospitals Place
In Public Relations Contest
Three Miami area hospitals have
received second place honors in the
Florida Hospital Association com-
petition for public relations mate-
rials. They are South Miami Hos-
pital. North Miami General and
Variety Children's.
Public relations director Charles
Jacobson submitted Variety Chil-
dren's entry, a color slide series:
North Miami General's entry was
a patient publication submitted by
Larry Sims, who handles its public-
It lations. South Miami's develop-
ment director. Miss Teresa Stein,
entered the contest in special pub-
lications.
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Why Did Seiderman Vote

Against Public Housing 7 Times?

Why Does Seiderman Continue
To Oppose Rent Control??

\\ hv Did Seiderman \ ote For
102 Out Of 111 Zoning Variances?
W hv Does Seiderman Select
Burnett Roth As Campaign Manager?

Why Did Roth Win On 17 Of 17
Zoning Variances Voted On Bv Council?

\^ hy Won't Seiderman Disclose
His Net Worth And Income Tax Statements?
\\ hy Did Seiderman Use Non-Union
Printing With Phony Union Bugs?
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M AGNES 15- A


Friday, November 14, 1969
fJenist fik/rffd/rv/n
Page 7-A
Seminar To Explore "Jewish Family''
etro Mayor Chuck Hall holds the pro-
rrnation he signed which made Saturday,
-. 8 "Deed Club Day" in Dade County.
The resolution cites the organization, observ-
ing, its 14th year, for supporting the
l.i cturers representing three dif-
ferent disciplines will be featun d
in the second annual William am!
Irene Siegel Seminar on "The
American Jewish Family: Prob-
lems and Possibilities" at Temple
rsrael of Greater Miami at in a m.
Sunday. An afternoon discussion
will follow a luncheon to complete
the program.
Lecturing at t'' morning
shin will Marshall Sklare, pro-
fessor "I sociology it Yeshiva L'ni-
vrrsity; Dr. Jacob Arlow, a New
York psychiati ist, and Rabbi Ii \ -
ing Gre< nb rg, ol Riverdali. N.Y.,
Jewish Center.
Dtirint; the luncheon, three local
pant lists. Rabbi Steven P.. Jambs
oi Temple Israel, Mrs. jack Fran-
kenstein, staff famil) caseworki r
foi Temple Israel, arid Dr. Samuel
Greenberg, a local psychiatrist.
will discuss the morning lectures.
The afternoon ssion ili i- an
open discussion with guest lect ir-
ers Sitting as a panel and Dr. Jo-
s' ph R, Narot, senior rabbi of
Ti mple Israel, serving as mod-
iatoi.
Children's Cancer Clinic at the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital. With Mayor
Hall are (from left) Mrs. Martha Mishcon.
Mrs. Shirley Miller, Mrs. Lee Kline, Mis.
Phyllis Meyers and Mrs. Lee Robinson.
Lectures Set At Mt. Sinai der tho ausPfces of tin Florida j announced. The lectures scheduled
\ ries oi monthly lectures n Cardiopulmonarj Association, its for 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of
pulmonary medicine is being president, William R. Oliver, chief each month through March, are
tefl in the Wolfson Audito- ; medical technician in the hospital's open '" all paramedical personnel
t Mount Sinai Hospital un- cardiopulmonary laboratory, has and physicians.
Greenberq
Arlow
Sklcre
EWISH
ATIONAL
tSiilh'giti of th* Hvrvn Bxr.iit-uu'h i.iisruvL Jerusaivm
70.000 DIXAMS RECLAIMED
SIXCE SIX DAY WAR
b the Iwo years since the Six
Day War. the Jewish National
i '.d has reclaimed 70,000 du-
nuins of land for agricultural set*
dementi the Fund's Chairman.
Mr, Jacob I'sur, announced at a
:. ent press conference. First
: ority was the development of
areas previously part of Israel
'". : which could not be worked
...use of border tensions. Other
. lopment targets were the
'i an Heights, where 40.000 du-
s have been prepared for
'element, and the Ara\a. 15.000
::;s Were added to 115 exist-
ing settlements. For access t.<
areas, 240 kilometers of
. s were opened.
An Israeli soldier was fatally
wounded by artillery fire in tho
Canal zone, another was killed
in mortar attacks on Beisan
Valley settlements from Jordan-
ian territory j Six Israeli survey-
ors in the employ of the JYwisn
National Fund were injured
Sunday when their jeep hit a
mine in the Golan HeigKts. ~
a volunteer organization of
* .
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Wounded After
]Blows With Egypt
Join the Redeemers of Israel
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FUND BANQUET
Sunday Evening, Dec. 28, 1969
Fontainebleau Hotel 6:30 P.M.
Guest Speaker: SIR BARNETT JANNER
Senior Member British Parliament
land reclamation on the Golan Hefohtt
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Mayor Jay Dermer,
President
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Dr. Irving Lehrman
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Executive Board
538-6464


Pan., in.*
Page 8-A
+Jeisti HoricHan
Friday. November 14, 1969
Beth Sholom To Hear U.S.
Vietnam Policy Debated
Temple Menorah Initiates Children
. ...III T i,.K.- I)t>il4.\ P.iihU^ -i-
Mitchell Wolfson, president of
Wometco Enterprises. Inc., has
been elected to the board of
governors of the American
Academy of Achievement, a
non-profit organization of sev-
eral hundred prominent Ameri-
cans dedicated to the inspira-
tion of youth. Mr. Wolfson re-
ceived the Academy's Golden
Plate Award as one of 50 "na-
tional giants of accomplish-
ment" earlier this year.
During the Friday esening serv-
ice scheduled to begin at Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., at I
8:15 p.m.. the sermon by Dr. Leon j
Kronish on "What Responsibility ;
Does Religion Have Vis-a-Vis Viet-
nam?" will be followed by a dia-
logue on the moratorium and mo-
bilization activities here and in
Washington. Cantor David Con-
viscr and the Temple Choir will
assist during the services.
A debate on the protests against
American policy in Vietnam will
highlight the Oneg Shabbat imme-
diately after the Friday evening
services. Participating will be Leon
J. Ell, and David Furchgott.
non-violent dissent and to peace-
ful protest."
"We believe that people have
the right to march past the White
House or anywhere else in peace-
ful assembly. Permission for their
march certainly should be grant-
ed."
"We view with dismay the
scare tactics of Vice President
Agnew. who has reintroduced
iruilt by association and the psy-
chosis of the Joe McCarthy era
to the United States."
S|x-cial prayers for peace will
be offered during the Friday ni?ht
service. Dr. Kronish said.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at a consecration service ]
initiating the children of Temple
i Menorah's beginning Hebrew class
j into their formal Hebrew studies
during the Friday evening services
' in the main sanctuary'- Mrs. Nor-
' ma Robinowitz trained the chil- ,
: dren of the Aleph class in singing .
'and the special prayers used on
this occasion which symbolically
demonstrates the relationship of
Hebraic studies to the worship
service.
Participating will be Isaac Fs-
quenazi. Lisa Trell. Stuart Strauss.
Jimmy Kratz. Marcie Hershey,
Madeline R ss. Brenda Weiss.
Frank Miller, Lydia Bigelman.
Barry Blodinger, Rhonda Sucher,
Saul Arber, Jeff Miller. Maurice
Lichy, Philip Guriaii. Eliot Gray
Abby Schofei. Joy Brownstein'
Linda Goodman, Vivian Zemloek
Todd Miller, Alina Borsky, Wayne
Bernstein. Mitchell Resniok. M.,
ritza Weincr, Andrew Kranu;
Marc Greenberg. Benny Ksque
nas i. Ei ic Berger, Danny Hersh \
Abbv K-sslin, Alan Esquenaz
DavwT Sporn. Steven Militaire
Tammy Schneider. Roy Zemloek
Danny Ertel. Craig Kodish
than Sackner, Dtbra
Howard Maltz, Edward Gl
baum, Alberto Zamek. Joyci Sie
gel, Roy Goodman. Rachellc K,s
sin. Jeffrey Schulman. Perrv Rr,
rnti M. Norman Edwards. JaMi;.
Broad. Barbara Ehrlich, s
Felder, Howard Kaufman, K
r.< th Phillips and Mon
man.
Alsop
Continued from Pago 4-A
cently had to live through. The
people who go about saying.
"Teddy Kennedy is finished" are
pretty sure to have to swallow
their words in the end.
Sen. Kennedy is certainly not
going to be a competitor for the
Democratic nomination in 1972;
but, then, he never wished to
run in 1972. He was being push-
ed into running in 1972 by the
parasites and courtiers that
strange medley of persons who
have long derived their sole im-
portance from their much land
quite often falsely) advertised
link with the Kennedys.
His family and his true friends
the McNamaras and Soren-
sens and Burke Marshalls, were
as much against his running in
3972 as the senator was. Like
him. they thought that, given
the senator's age and the pres-
ent trends in this country, 1976
was the year that he ought to
be aiming for. And now he can
aim for 1976 in all good con-
science, if he so chooses, with-
out endlessly having to beat off
courtiers and parasites animated
solely by their interests rather
than by his interests.
This business of the true
lrujids vs. the parasites and
courtiers leads to still another
change in the senator's situation
which will surely prove fortu-
nate. The tragic ends of John
and Robert Kennedy, cut off so
young in all their golden prom-
ise, had strangely produced a
most unhealthy ambience. You
might have supposed that Ken-
nedys, like English grandees in
the very old days, could claim
the very highest offices by more
right of birth and name.
Sen. Kennedy never made this
ludicrous assumption, any more
than his brothers made it. Yet
the ambience was all too real,
and while it lasted it was a se-
rious political handicap. It is
gone now.
Like all strong men whom
an unkind fate forces to traverse
the valley of the shadow, the
senator himself further seems to
have gained in strength and in
self-knowledge. If the pnsent
chapter ends as seems most
likely, he will thus appear in the
next chapter as a major leader
of very special promise. And if
one may look ahead, a major
leader is likely to be badly need-
ed in 1976.
Mr. Ell. a past president of the
Miami Beach synagogue, is the
Republican Party's Florida State
Chairman for Minorities and was a
delegate to the 1968 GOP national
convention, where he was pledged
to Mr. Nixon. He will speak in
behalf of the Nixon Administra-
tion's program in Vietnam.
Mr. Furchgott. who will speak
in favor of an immediate ceasefire
in Vietnam and withdrawal of all '
American forces during 1970. is a
senior at the University of Miami
and serves as advisor to the Tern-,
pie Beth Sholom Youth.
Rabbi Kronish will make the fol-
lowing points in his sermon:
"We believe in the right to
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Here are a few of the city's accomplishments under Mayor Steve Clark:___
* $7 million in community improvements.
* Demolished over 2,000 substandard buildings.
" Opened city parks 365 days a year.
* Improved garbage and rubbish collection.
* Increased Police force strength.
* 26 miles of new sanitary sewers.
* Nations outstanding Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro
gram.
Passed ordinance prohibiting discrimination in
housing.
* Brought Super Bowl Game to Miami.
Fire insurance rates among lowest in nation.
Aided in formation of Greater Miami Coalition.
Completed city's third water filtration plant.
Created "mini-parks" under expressways.
3ut.
STEVE CLARK
IS NOT SATISFIED!
Here's His program for the Future:
if Support $105 million bond issue to be voted
upon in Feb. so city can improve llowing areas
0 Pollution Control$35 million for sanitary
and storm sewers in critical areas.
0 Transportation$3.5 million for streets and
side walks.
Public Safety$2.1 million to re-build 3 fire
stations.
Downtown Redevelopment$10 million.
Convention Cultural Center$18.7 million.
RecreationNew Parks and Monnos$15
million.
* Continue to hold line on city taxes.
* Create new approaches to fight crime.
Fight to keep jetpoit in Dade County.
Develop Latin Festival for Miami.
7oi Continued Ofliami 7>so9te6* Return
EVE CLARK as mayor of miami
VOTE NOVEMBER IB
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Friday, November 14. 1969
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Histadrut Celebrates Golden Jubilee Year
A distinguished audience will be
present for the banquet in the ;
Fontainbleau Hotel Thursday eve- j
ning, Nov. 20, which will celebrate
t!ie Inaugural of the 50th Anni-
versary Year of the Histadrut in
Israel, Moe Levin, chairman of
the board of directors of the His-
tadrut Council of South Florida,
has announced.
All Divisions will be represented
fully by their members on this
gala occasion, Mayshe Friedberg,
ticket chairman, reported. These
Divisions and their heads are: the
Business ami Professional, Jacob
Rifldn; American Histadrut Foun-
dation. Lou Poller; Pioneer Wom-
en, Sophie Kraut/.; Women's Coun-
cil. Mrs. Jack W'olfstein; Labor
Zionist. Dr. Simon Wilensky; Blia-
lek Ben Gurion branch. Farband.
Israel Finkel; Wcizmann branch,
Farband. Moe Ix-vine; Lebediker
branch. Farband. Joseph Zucker-
nian; and Workmen's Circle, Max
Gleiterman.
Heade-d by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
honorary chairman, and Dr. Mi-
chael Sossin, president, the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida
represents the educational and
fund-raising arm of the Histadrut
in Israel, which for the past 50
years has been the source of man-
power for the upbuilding of the
state and served more than 70T;
of the imputation's medical needs.
It has led in the vocational train-
ing necessary for a trained labor
force to invite industry and capital
with which to strengthen Israel's
economy, and has provided the pio-
neering initiative to establish the
settlements which are Israel's first
line of defense.
The growth of Histadrut can be
credited largely to the leadership
of David Hen-Gurlon, Moshe Sha-
rett, Levi Eshkol and Israel's cur-
rent Prime Minister. Golda Meir.
It was the training ground of Is-
rael's first generation of political
and economic leaders, and through
the skills in organization developed
through the Histadrut, which now
numbers more than 1,000.000
members, Israel was able to de-
velop into a modern democratic
society.
Because ot the tremendous need
for trained manpower, especially
those with administrative and
civil service skills, the Histadrut
has begun construction of the
Moshe Sharett College in Jeru-
salem, which will provide training
in technical and administrative
skills, computer work, communica-
tions, and other abilities desper-
ately needed by many organiza-
tions now based in the unified city
of Jerusalem. Tins school will be-
come a vital source of personnel
for Zionist groups, the Hebrew
University, hospitals, welfare or-
ganizations, government agencies
and private industry. Israel has
been compelled to send its people
to schools in other lands for the
training which will now be avail-
able at the Moshe Sharett College
in Jerusalem. Morris Newmark.
treasurer of the Histadrut Council
explained. Mr. Newmark has per-
sonally helped to establish five
major clinics and a synagogue in
Israt 1.
The Israel Histadrut Committee |
ol Greater Miami has pledged to \
raise $500,000 for the construction |
of this educational institution. The
turn will be matched dollar-for-
dollar by the Histadrut in Israel,
and each contributor will be listed
Li a Golden Book which will be
fa pt at the new school in Jeru-
salem. A copy of this book will be
available for inspection in the lo-
cal Israel Histadrut Council office
at Miami Beach.
Sam and Rebecca Feinsteln of
Miami Beach will be honored by
the Histadrut Council at the ban-
quet. The guest speaker will be
: Hanoch Givton. Minister Plenipo- ,
i tentiary of Israel to the United \
j Nations. One of Israel's most elo- ]
i quent advocates in the U.N.. Mr. ;
Givton has a long record of service I
to the government of Israel. He
will give a knowledgable. intimate
j and first-hand account of Israel's
position and techniques In the U.N.
Miami Happenings
The Health Planning Council
will hold its monthly coffee in
the board room of the Dade
County Medical Association at
2 Coral Way. from 8 to 9 a.m.
Tuesday. Jordan Marsh's presi-
dent. William S. Kiil>-ii. and Dr.
KuhiH Broadawuy. president of
the Dade Countv Medical Asso-
ciation, will speak on the sub-
ject "Goals Dade County Pri-
orities."
* *
Miami Beach real estate in-
vestor Sara Benter, 9417 Carly'e
Ave., recently completed the
purchase of Harbour One, 17200
Biscayne Blvd., for a reported
total of 54 million.
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and reveal some ways in which the
personalities are affected by the
behind-the-scenes activities there.
The Feinsteins, wiio have been
to Israel five times in the past
decade, have watched the growth
ami development of Israel with j
interest "Israel's tremendous ac- \
complishments could never have
been achieved without the Histad-
rut," said Mr. Feinstein. "What is
moat significant to me is the single
minded devotion of the leadership j
of the Histadrut. It is no accident
that four of Israel's Prime Minis-
ters had previously been Histadrut
leaders. It is no accident that Is-
rael has fewer labor troubles than
any other free country on eartii.
Ii is no accident that the free
mixed economy of Israel makes it
possible for foreigners to invest in
Israel because of its stability as a
result of the almost incredible
foresight of Histadrut's leaders. I
can only be grateful that the
Moshe Sharett College undertak-
ing has been recommended to our
Histadrut mission and that Rabbi
Kronish in turn recommended it to
mr local executive committee. The
institution will be a landmark for
Miamians when it is dedicated
next summer," Mr. Feinstein con-
cluded.

You can't hear him laugh in a letter.
That's one of the reasons long distance calls feel so good.
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VOTE FOR
IVAN
MAN
ON NOVEMBER 18,1969

MEMBER SHEYIN CRIME COMMITTEE
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR OF NATIONAL
MAGAZINE ON GOVERNMENT.
SON OF JOSEPH AND SYLVIA NACHMAN
NEPHEW OF RABBI MORRIS GOODBLATT

LEVER
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SUPPORT YOU CAN GIVE: THANK YOU.
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Friday, November 14, 1969
*Je n isii fhridUan
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Pianist In Benefit Both David Recital
Planisl Bonnctl Lerner will be
pn nted by thi Fine Arts Com-
mittee ">t Hi ih David Congrega-
lion in a bi in fit n cital al I'.i th
David South, 7500 SW 120th St.,
,it S: 15 p.m. Sunday.
included in the program will be
Bach's "I'ii i ide and Fugue No. 15
in.m the Weil Tempered Clavier,
Vol. 2." "Violes," "La fllle aux chc-
veux ili' liti," "La serenade Inter-
rompue" and "Minstrels" from
Debzussy's Preludes, Hook I; "So-
nata quasi una fantasia, Opus 27,
No. 2." by Beethoven; Schumann's
"Abcgg Variations," and Chopin's
Florida Bar Inducts
N'M Lawyer Group
Mi n and women who ha\
cently passed their Florida Bai
examination were inducted into
the Florida Bar Association this
week i'i a Dade County Audito-
rium ceremony presided over by
Chief Judge Tillman Pearson ol
the Third District Courl of Appeal,
Tin' invocation was given by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Kmanu-EI, Miami Beach; the oath
was administered by the Honor-
able Charles A. Carroll, who de-
livered the main address, Others
who addressed the now lawyers
were the Honorable Burton Young,
president-elect of the Florida Bar;
Frank A. Howard. Jr., president of
the Dado County Bar Association,
and Alan Steven Bockor. a repre-
sentative ol tiic inductees,
Polonaise, opus .",". In addition,
Mr. Lerner will introduce ,> com-
position by American composer

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Carl Ruggl s, and perform a noc-
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Hi n-Haim.
Mrs. Nathan Glover and Mrs.
Moie Ti ndrich are cochairmen of
the event, which will be followed
bj a patron's reception in the
home ol Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hor-
wich.
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Slj* Miami Herald
September 16, 1969
The Miami News
May 21. 1969
"Sam Gyson will not compromise his prin-
ciples, no matter what the offering ... He
places issues above personalities in his
quest for better government in a city that
needs it badly." LARRY KING
"With Sam. it's the input o' fairness that is
important and an inored concern for ms
town and the kind of people who have no
method of expressing themselves through
public media." MORRIS McLEMORE
MfAMl
September 23, 1969
GABRIEL HEATTER
Dean of American News Commentators
"You can be sure that he will speak out on
anything and everything he thinks is wrong."
- HAL BERGIDA
"If Adlai Stevenson was the articulating
conscience of this country, SAM GYSON is
the same for our community."
ENDORSED BY: Business, Labor, Professional, Senior Citizen, Tenant, Property Owner, Youth
and Fraternal Groups ... FROM SOUTH BEACH TO CITY LINE
e I f f f-'S li'/in Thursday, Nov. 13, 8 p.m. at North Shore Community Center, 73rd and Collins
[ "" Saturday, Nov. 15, 8 p.m. at 21sl St. Community Center, 2100 Washington Ave.
SAM lVSOX Sunday, Nov. 16, 8 p.m. at Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th St. and Ocean Drive
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vJewisti ftcric/iann
Friday. November 14, 1969
2nd Annual Young Artists Showcase
Leaders of the committee planning the an-
nucl dinner and installation of the Bureau
of Jewish Education meet at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Katzman to discuss the Nov.
23 event. Present are (from left) Leonard
Zilbert, Abraham A. Grunhut, Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick, Max Marin, Mrs. Jack Katzman.
Leon J. Ell, Mrs. Harry Simonhoff, and Oscar
Mamber.
Magnes Winds Up
Council Campaign
United Tenants' League presi-
dent Herbert Magnes will wind up
his campaign for the Miami Beach
City Council with two major ral-
lies in city parks. Mr. Magnes.
who faces the incumbent, attorney
Paul Seiderman in Tuesday's run-
off election, will speak at an 8 p.m.
rally Saturday in Miami Beach's
Oceanfront Auditorium, 10th St.
and Ocean Dr. And on Monday,
the eve of the election, he will
address a rally at the Community
Center located at 21st St. and
Washington Ave.
On Sunday, ho is scheduled for
a 7:30 p.m. appearance at the
President Madison Hotel, and will
b. the guest speaker at the Senior
f itizens Club meeting in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave. Soprano
Catherine Russell and accordionist
Al Schnur will provide the musical
cntei tainment.
A retired plastics manufacturer,
Mr. Magnes, whose platform in-
cludes proper rent control, low and
middle cost public housing, a new
youth center for Miami Beach,
doctors on ambulances and a com-
plete revision of the city's zoning
laws, has been endorsed by the
Democratic Club or l.iiami Beach.
Voters Incorporated, the American
Federation of Senior Citizens and
other organizations.
Mr. Magnes. who served as the
chairman of the 1968 United Ce-
rt bral Palsy campaign in Miami
Beach, has been active in such or-
ganizations as the United Jewish
Appeal and B'nai B'rith. He was
nominated the Outstanding Man
ol the Year in the program spon-
sored in 1969 by Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
League Sponsors Two-Piano Reeital
Pianists George Roth and Rich-
ard Suarez will present a recital
for two pianos at S:15 p.m. Mon-
day in the Plaza Hotel. 5445 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach. The pro-
gram is the third in the current
' series of eight sponsored by the
Miami Beach Music and Arts
' League.
A native of Chicago. Mr. Roth,
who is associate professor of music
at the University of Miami, came
to Miami in 1956. Mr. Suarez, who
currently is completing work for
his Master of Music degree at the
U-M School of Music, was awarded
a personal scholarship by Univer-
sity of Miami president Dr. Henry
King Stanford in 1967.
Mrs. Boris M. Graber, Music and
Arts League membership chair-
man, is in charge of tickets.
There will be four separate con-
certs in the second annual l9-<0
Showcase of Young Israeli Artists
presented by the YM-YWHA ol
Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St..
according to an announcement by
.Mr.+M**>SUrir> c;il!" ''' ,h"
chairmen of the Y's Cultural Arts
Committee.
The young artists, carefully se-
lected for their api>< al to modern,
classical and contemporary tastes.
and ability to provide m< nun able
musical experiences, are scheduled
to appear at the V in a serie8 <>f
four Saturday night concerts. The
series begins at 8:30 pan Satur-
day, when dancer Ze'eva Cohen
and bass-baritone John Spiro are
scheduled to perform.
Violinist Yosef Yankcl. v. and
' Michael Haran, cellist, are to a;>-
' pear at the concert scheduled for
8:30 p.m. Saturday. Dec. 13: at the
1 same time Saturday. Jan. 10. a
recital by pianist Nathan Brand is
scheduled, and two pianists. Zitta
Finkelstein and Rami Bar-Niv are
tc entertain at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
March 14.
|
Members of the Cultural Arts
I Committee, in addition to Mr. and
| Mrs. Gilbert, are Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
I ton Balsam. Mrs, Byron S. Cher-
kas. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fellman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Freeman. Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Gluckstern. Mr. and
: Mrs. Kdward Grad. Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Horwitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Katzman. Mr. and Mrs. AJa
K, ssler, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Lu>
tig. Mrs. Evan Olster, Mr. ar I
Mrs. Donald Reiff. Mr. and Mrs,
Jack Schinkman. Mr. and Mrs.
JOHN SPIRO
Sam Seitlin. Mrs. Robert I. Sha-
piro and Mr. and Mrs. Morton
Silberman. A free ticket to thi
Jc wish Music Festival to be jjcld
Saturday. March 27. will t* 0< n
to those purchasing tickets to all
four concerts of the scries. Call
Miriam Scheinberg at the 'Y' for
additional information.
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Under the Leadership of
PAUL SEIDERMAN
A gun control law was enacted which has served as a
model for the rest of the country. He wrote a Conflict of
Interest Law to be certain that Councilmen and City
employees did not profit from city business.
He fought and obtained a lower tax mileage.
He was a leader in the fight for improved school facilities
and has initiated a program to bring young people to
Miami Beach.
He led the tight to prevent the garbage tax from being
passed on to tenants.
He brought about the establishment of a Senior Citizen's
Advisory Beard which is presently functioning.
He became the first full time councilman in the history of
the city with an office open at all times to all citizens,
located in the Miami Beach Auditorium.
His efforts resulted in additional parks for Miami Beach,
including public becahes from 81st to 87th Street and
Tarum Waterway PotIc.
VOTE TUESDAY XOV. 18th
ELECT PALE
WE SW1TCHED!
"Magnes is a danger to
the Community! we have
disavowed his candid-
acy in favor of PAUL
SEIDERMAN."
American Federation of
Senior Citizens, Inc.
MAC CHANCY
CEIL KLEIN
MOLLIE TEANNEY
RUTH STETZER
RAY RUDICK
KAY FREDA GROSS
CELIA FELD
LEOPOLD LIEBERMAN
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Workmen's Circle
Shows King Film
"Alan King in Israel," a movie
madt by the famous showbiz per-
sodality, will be featured at the
Saturday evening meeting of the
Workmen's Circle Branch 1059. in
the Washington Federal at 1133
Normandy Dr., .according to an
anncnmcemenf fly "Wax Greenberg,
president.
Mr. King made the movie this
summer at his own expense, and
!:as brought some never-before
photographed parts of the country
to the screen. Max Gleiberman. a
member ot the Workmen's Circle's
ntffodal i cullve board, will be a
special guest at the gathering,
which will he a celebration honor-
ing the 50th anniversary of the
founding 1.1 tne tiistadrut in Israel,
and Edward Tumaroff. executive
director of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, will
-peak on "Israel and the Future."
Long active in Jewish and civic
affairs, Robert Russell, presi-
dent end chairman of the board
Cf Russell Aluminum Corp. o<
Miami, has bsen elected to the
naticnal board of trustees of
the Union of American Hebrew
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I intend fo vote for the re-election of DAVE KENNEDY as a City Commissioner of the City of Miami because
I believe him to be the best qualified candidate in his Group.
I have had opportunity to observe DAVE KENNEDY'S devotion to duty and dedicated effort to office during the
time that I sat with him on the Miami City Commission. I believe him to be interested in advancing the bes; interests
of the City of Miami and its citizens. I therefore recommend him for the consideration and support of Miami voters.
IJ^UrfLte!
Sidney & Aronovitz
We are proud to add our names to that
of SIDNEY ARONOVITZ in endorsing
and supporting DAVID KENNEDY
in his reelection campaign for the City of Miami
Commission on Nov. 18th
JUDGE ALBERT S. DUBBIN
DANIEL M. RICHTER
WILLIAM L. PALLOT
HON. RICHARD B. STONE
JUDGE SAM I. SILVER
ABE S. GOLDMAN
J. I. KISLAK
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
JUDGE DONALD BARMACK
MRS. MOLLY BRILLIANT
SERGIO BREITERMAN
R'CHARD KRIEGER FINK
MALCOLM FRIEDMAN
MELVYN GREENSPHAN
ROBERT R. GILBERT
HERMAN GOLDFARB
EUGENE J. DAVIDSON
HERBERT LEE SIMON
JUDGE GEORGE NACHWALTER
SEYMOUR WEINSTEIN
ARTHUR S. FRIEDMAN
MORRIS GOLDFARB
DANIEL P. TUNICK
JACK J. TAFFER
ROBERT I. SPIEGELMAN
WARREN S. WEPMAN
JUDGE ARTHUR I. SNYDER
GERALD SILVERMAN
NATHAN K. SPECTOR
HON. HARVEY I. REISEMAN
STEPHEN PAUL ROSS
MARTIN F'NE
PHILIP SCHIFF
MAX R. SILVER
FRANK TOBACK
JUDGE MEYER M. BRILLIANT
MAX SPIEGELMAN
CHARLES STUZIN
SAMUEL STARK
HERMAN WEPMAN
OSCAR A. WHITE
LESTER ROGERS
LAWRENCE BRILL
HERMAN I. BRET AN
EDWARD A. S'RKIN
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. WEISBERG
JOSEPH H KAPLAN
DAVID RABINOWITZ
RICHARD A. PALLOT
HON. MURRAY H. DUBBIN
VICTOR LEVINE
ARTHUR H. COURSHON
HERMAN KALER
IRVING B. KAPLAN
HERMAN KASKEL
ED KLEIN
MAX B. KOGEN
WILLIAM KALER
RICHARD LAPIDUS
RAYMOND KUTNER
GAYLEN RIFAS
FRED FUHRMAN
JACK GOLDSTEIN
DANNY GORDON
J. LEO GORMAN
SAM J. HEIMAN
HASKEL HESS
ALAN R. LUPKA
DAVID MOLIVER
HOWARD REEGLER c
DAVID ROSE
SAM SCHULWOLF
IRWIN SCHWARTZ
HENRY SHIER
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Friday, November 14. 1969
Generation In Revolt By Harold Goldberg
UNRWA Deficit
Keeps Growing
A DIRE WARNING confronts the United Nations
General Assembly* Special Political Commit-
tee a.s it once again debates the painful subject of
the Arab refugees: unless tin- 126-nation Assembly
puts the refugee relief program on a firmer financial
footing, the consequences will be tragic. Lawrence
Michelmore. commissioner general of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine ref-
ugees (UNRWAi pulled no punches. He said the
critical financial position of the agency overshadows
all other considerations.
The facts ;ux> simple. The UNRWA went into op-
eration in 1950 to provide relief, education and
health services to needy Arab refugees from the
194.S war who were living in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria
and the Ga*a Strip. The organization has showed a
deficit every years since 190.5. with the exception of
1967. when special contributions were forthcoming.
The cumulative total deficit is S" million, and fiscal
1969 is expected to end with an additional deficit of
more than $3 million.
There arc at present i.:!93.074 refugees regis-
tered, most of whom receive assistance in one form
or another. But the rolls contain an undetermined
number of names of refugees who are dead or who
cannot be physically accounted foi. And UNRWA is
constantly in the red because, for one thing, it must
purchase goxls and services at currenl prices, which
have risen in greater proportion than contributions,
and for another, the demand for services, especially
education, has risen with the ever-increasing refu-
gee census. "Unless services are reduced or more
tund> made available the agencj is certain to
run out of cash in 1970.' Mr. Michelmore warned.
. The agency .\ill find itself unable to pay sala-
ries and meet other commitments."
li contributions do not make up UNRWA's defi-
cits, Mr. Michelmore said, services which may have
to I., cut will include soap which is vital to health
sugar, rice and pulses, necessary for nutrition, and
the all-important winter ration of kerosene So
long a- the problem ol the rel emained un-
set! he declared, the need lor UNRWA's serv-
ci will continm And this means it will bv nee.led
foi iv 11> ye to come, UN. observers said, for
Ihi has been deliberately perpetuated
lj \ -. nol onlj as a means of maintaining
.. bio k l v. a.
have Ions >otb ill. IV-
\ h ist i nl s have refused to ahsi
then lake them hack, and Is-
i i so for man) soi nol the
si of which i> I. i security, the refugees have
:ome the respon United Nations. And
the M 'I btedl) bt exploited
by Hi Arabs for an all-out attack on Israel, which
wi still leave the refugee question unanswered
a I : thi .-i -i ; i les
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
The Incredible Mission
As WATER rushing through the
** break in a dam. the books on
the Holocaust continue to flow in
great rapidity and seemingly
never-ending amounts. But the
latest book to augment this tor-
rent is of a different genre.
The author of The Incredible
Mission (Doubleday & Company.
$4.95. is Pernande Leboucher, a French Christian
whose Jewish husband was murdered by the Nazis
in a prison camp outside of Marseille. The account
of her personal tragedy opens as she and her hus-
band attempted to flee from the Nazis occupying
southern France and of the exploits of Father Marie-
Benoit. a Capuchin monk, in aiding the escape of
Jews by securing forged passports for them, and
helping them to elude the Nazis until he, himself
became suspect and had to flee. Madame Leboucher
became Father Benoit's aide in gratitude for his ef-
forts in behalf of her husband and other Jews. To-
gether, they went to Rome, where Father Benoit.
who is now Superior of the Capuchin Monastery in
Paris and known as the "Father of the Jews." cre-
ated DELASEM (Delegazione per l'Assistenza del
Emigrant! Ebrei Jewish Emigrants Aid Societyt.
This organization for almost two years aided Italy's
Jews in eluding the Nazis. Father Benoit has been
honored by Jew and Christian alike for his bravery'
and accomplishment and was cited for his humani-
tarianism by former President Lyndon B. Johnson.
"The Incredible Mission" contains a very inter-
esting chapter on the role played by Pope Pius XII
in saving Jews. In contrast to Hochmuth's "The
Deputy" which depicted the Pope as taking no
action in the Jews' behalf as a matter of political
expediency, Madame Leboucher tells how Jews wen-
hidden in the Vatican, and more than 3,000 of them
put to work as members of the Vatican guard.
Orders were Issued to all of the Italian Catholic
hierarchy, she says, to save Jewish lives. And she
advances three reasons for the Italian Catholic aid
the first was the Italian contempt for the German-
and their laws; the second was the Italians' com-
passion for the persecuted Reason number three is
given by the author as obedience to the spiritual
authority of the Pope.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Grown-In-Israel List Is Impressive
ilver On Sports
Jess Silver
yilK GROWN'-IX-ISRAEL list is long
and impressive, with oranges at its
head, but lour items have recent I)
me In for special attention
Cotton, Fifteen year- ago the "ex-
perts" .sad it c mid not be grown eco-
nomically In Israel. First attempts had
railed, hut Sam Hamburger ol California
insisted he could do In Israel what had
done on his ranch in the United Stale-. An I he was right.
i o i) almost 80.C 0 acres ol Israel land i- planted in
cotton, meeting the >ntirc demand o! the loc I ti si le in-
dustry with enough left over for profitable export. The
entire process is mechanizi I, from aerial spraying to
mechi nil nl p ki so then ire few lah i problems v I
iin yie i e sets a world record, more than doul
the U.S. and I lg) ptian 1 ull s t It in the
local textile industry, which as Israel's second larg st In-
lustrial export more than $50,0 ist year provide
loymenl for more than 24.1 K) p ns And don't for-
ri i cotton is a vil il ingredienl m gunpou
Chickens. The first hens were brought to Palestine
. Jews returning iron; Baylonian exile. The poultry in-
dustry has had its ups and dowt i sin e then, and todaj is
ond only to citrus as Israel's majoi agricultural pro-
duce. During periods of surplus Israel exports large quan-
tities of eggs, and has built up a market for day-old chicks,
which are shipped by air. The major market is at home,
however, and surely must set a record of some kind: it is
estimated that Israelis consume a billion eggs a yeai
about 400 per person and KO.000 tons of chicken meat.
Mower.. Last year we exported eight million roses
This year we marketed 20 million, and the sale of 34
lion is in prospect for next year. In second place were
anemones, followed by gladioli, carnations and Iris. Sk
fully packed and shipped quickly by air, Israel's bio
command good pr.ee. in Europe's markets, A total o
million flower- went overseas this year, compared to 1S5
million last year and the target is 70 million for I
Coffee. I ten I- $ 000,000 a year Import in
- for pr i SSing h re The experts said c
: ill l-i iel the t: ee needs a trO
rain) in il and would not survive Israel's occasioi
frosts nor frequent hot, dry Hamseens, Bui stubbort
coffee lovers persist i. and Iread) coffee trees are b
grown in Israel b) backyard hobbyists. And why not? I"
bananas can i' adapted, why not coffee? Widesp
careful!) eoi tro l< I lest plantings are now being mad' II
this crop i~ as successful a- cotton, all that is reqi
i- 9,000 at n si i local demand Beyond thai exp I
Cott ; chick coffee Who needs II '
moon, an) h ,\
College Football
|kjt;\\ Kl LES. MADE in 1906 eliminated the worst ol
all's brutalities and legalized the for-
rd pass Om football's first pass-catchers was Izzy
ene, Universit) ol Pennsylvania end, in 1905-06, The
-,t Jew to pla) varsity sports at Fordham, Ed Siskind,
landing end in 1905-08, became its hi
1919. In 1907, Bob Harris, Universit) of Chic igo
I t, made foot >ry with the liist spiral piss
I b) i center ine | .i: par the University
Moses Kornblum's ide i ol
ing num rals on 'heir uniforms into ;
Kallel became Syr cuse University's second .VII-
ca selection in 1911 Al Lo ho became kn
T> i Yiddisher V'ild-Kat," Is a member ol the Georgia
eh Hall ol Fan e I n il vi ol Ru
second-team A -A in 1909 for Michigan, and
it* i well-known football official working all the top
icluding th( R B i and the College All-Star.
Len Frank played tackle and end for Minnesota and
n All-American and All-Western honors in 1**11 .
ihoi Bluethenthal helped Princeton to an undefeated
---hi in 1911, and was named second team All-America,
. Hyman Goldstein quarterbacked at Dickinson College
11-14. and is captain ol ihe Ail-Time Dickinson eleven
Two more outstanding Midwest players wire Harvey
arris Ol Chicago and Sol Yassenoff of Ohio State. Harris,
.. guard, starred on Chicago's unbeaten team in 1913;
tenoff, an All-Ohio ond in 1914, earned the first na-
tional sports award of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity the fol-
io wing year.
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
A Visit To The Golan Heights
A VISIT TO GOl AN HEIGHTS.
%gfli\r WE SAW when Keren
Kayemet (Jewish Nat:
Fund' in led s to inspect its
work in the Golan Heights expl
how it iv possible for Israelis t >
nol onl) live their lives lalm -' I
as if they were not to
war of attrition bul to actual!)
; f their situal
Ever) wind >w ol A jet-pi p n
I; ii n to lb- N'orl i via Ji
a fill''
hour in tl we arrived il the Maham
i not : r : om K ryal Shmone, and crosse i the
formi : Syrian border at the Bn >l "i a iko\ bi id in
i N'ear Kuneitra, the "i apit f the
Golan Hei its i last yi had a n I rainfa
ol l( 00 milimeters, 0| the promis-
ing experiments i. .lve the short uon
water in this a: i rain hen comes
ids during thi Hire,- wave; month-. >, n runs
of: in streams which for brief periods are rushing
rivers. Geologists found lew locations where small
valleys with relatively Impermi ible soil could be
closed oil to form reservoirs, Some were disappoint-
ing, with more seepage than had been expected but
others -like Kin Zeyun had much better results
than expected. A simple dam costing only $50,000
held 250,003 cubic meters of water for irrigation
Mmmm
is now being enlarged to hold double that
mounl this wader.
Not far .'. y, the JNF Is running a tree nurser)
from which n gets the saplings for the large scale
' lion of the Golan Heights, which ware one
covered by heavy forest Soil experts have surveyed
land ind estimate there is more than 2'4 tin
,h" '' 0 dunams thought to be cultivable
h use I for :i. ulture. The Ministry ol
OWing Of wheat and
ittl< in the area, whi :h could eliminate
,,; "v- :v i ting meat and cere Is,
The pride ol JNF i- its road construction work
Ml Hormon in particular. The road, 15
now being tar-surfaced, winds up
om thi n uze mountain village of Majdal Shams
' "' found iti m is being laid for a ski-
lifo' narrows to a singl. Ian. there and goes up a
0-25 grade Incline to the peak, which has already
1.....,,m'' Israel's winter playground.
with admirable single-minded determination.
the JNF, which 1 years ago built the highway to
Edat, and brought the waters of the Kincret to irri-
gate the Negev, has opened up this area for every-
body to enjoy, using more than 100.000 lbs. of TNT
to blast the rocks for this breath-taking road to
where the eagles live. And the JNF. whose more
prosaic work is clearing stones and planting trees.
is now building the "overland Suez Canal"a pipe-
line from Eilat to the Mediterranean.
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Miss Barbara Goleman, head
of the English Department at
Miami Jackson Senior High
School, who was selected Na-
tional Teacher of the Year for
1969, will be guest speaker at
the Fall meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter of Brandeis
University Women's Committee
in the Wolfson Auditorium of
Temple Israel of Greater Mi
ami Thursday. Nov. 20.
Egypt's Ships Shell
Positions In Sinai
(Continued from Page 1-A)
none of which wore thought to
have found a target.
In Cairo, an Egyptian military
spokesman claimed the naval at-
tack inflicted heavy losses in
personnel, weapons and equip-
men. The Egyptians claimed two
pursuing Israeli planes were hit
by anti-aircraft Runs aboard the
ships, and that Israeli jets sta-
ins a retaliatory raid over the
('anal were repulsed. Hut Israel
denied any planes were lost.
Meanwhile, in a radio inter-
view, Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan stated that the Egyptian
commando raids across tin Sue/
were no threat to Israeli mili-
tary strongpoints along the
waterway. "Even if Egyptian
'aids in unpopulated arias l>e-
twi i n [si ai 'i positions are occa-
sionally successful," ho declared,
"1 m 'i i tain thai our lim s will
not be upset and thai we shall
find a military solution which
will provi to the Egyptians 'hat
such iaids are not to their ad-
vantage since they nill si
mam more losses than \ i ."
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BECAUSE
The survival of the People of Israel is our profound concern
BECAUSE
We understand the strain on the People of Israel of holding firm while seeking peace, of
enduring guerilla attacks, barrages and urban terrorism
BECAUSE
It has been and continues to be our solemn obligation to meet the burden of the humani-
tarian needs of our Israeli brethren: the care of new immigrants who will arrive in the
tens of thousands in the year ahead; housing, teaching and rehabilitating those who came
in years past but are not yet fully self-sufficient
BECAUSE
The People of the State of Israel, completely overburdened in providing for their own
defense in the face of a relentless clamor by Arabs for their annihilation, can no longer
bear their share of the cost of UJA-sponsored humanitarian programs
BECAUSE
Now we must meet this burden in full
BECAUSE
We are resolved that
WE, the undersigned organizations, representing the vast majority of American Jewry,
fledge utmost support of our leadership and our members to the humanitarian goals of
THE 1970 ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND CAMPAIGN and
REGULAR CAMPAIGN of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
conducted by the Federations and Welfare Funds throughout the country, and by
the VIA of Greater New York in New York City
Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations
Affiliated Organizations:
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
American Jewish Congress
American Zionist Council
B'nai B'rith
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Hadassah
Jewish Agency for Israel-American Section
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Labor Zionist WfovementPoale Zion, Farband, Pioneer Women
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi
National Committee for Labor Israel
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
In our community this campaign is conducted by the Greater
Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency fund.
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of Young Israel
National Jewish Welfare Board
The Rabbinical Assembly
Rabbinical Council of America
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
United Synagogue of America
Zionist Organization of America
Other Organizations-.
American Jewish Committee
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Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds
United Israel Appeal, Inc.
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iJewish Floridian
Students To Spend One Year In Israel
Miami, Florida Friday, November 14. 1969
Section B
Key Questions Are Considered
JI^ r^r^ ?UriSh CmmUQmeS h ,he ^^.^^to^vffts^^tn
Stales and Canada today? What are the key issues facing the i.wds of Jewish agencies. Such
communities? What problems in Jewish community life should requests have been made in some
receive priority in 1970 in the programs of the Jewish Federation? c'rk'* to J-wish hospitals and
i other institutions founded bv the
NEW YORK (JTA) Rab-
binical students entering the
Hebrew Union College Jewish
Institute oi Religion will spend
their first year in Israel concen-
trating oil the study of the He-
lm w language and literature.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the Reform theological seminary
has announced, The innovation
in rabbinical training will begin.
he said, with the 1970-71 aca-
demic year, which all first-year
students will spend at the HUC-
JIR school in Jerusalem.
"A full command of Hebrew is
and will always remain the
foundation of rabbinic training."
Dr. Glueck said. "The year in
Israel for our rabbinic students
will insure that every Reform
rabbi who we will ordain will
possi ss a close knowli dge of Is-
rael and will further er.ric
deepi u the sirong tu s i> I'
American Reform Judaism and
the land and ideals of Israel.
One cannot be a rabbi." he ob-
served, "without being deeply
immersed in the life and spirit of
Israel."
These and other important
questions concerning Jewish com-
munal activities will bo armng
the major topics of discussion at
the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfart Funds taking place in
Boston this month. The 1.500 com-
munity leaders and professionals
who w:il attend the Assembly
the most important Jewish com-
munal gathering of the year
will evaluate both progress and
retrogression in the work of th
communities in the past yen- and
will take a look into the immediat?
futurt.
Quite a number of m ijor pro-
i bj o ;aniz-
I a :ai i c mmunity
<>ne is the need fi r strengthe
Jew ish identific ti m an I c >mmit-
it This -- probl m ba si t i
the extocn id leve'opment ol
life It will dp
discussed most I i jhly fit tho
Gener \ : with i vi >\ to
rl giving it top pri ii '
F Ii ral in pro It \
\ >|., reater : mmunity a
nd more finn ssistance in
eiucation. 11
will a'- in\ '
: pro rams to 11 i '
si dei and I !ult> to i
1-, communal activ ii ii
Another m -m is th
increased nee'. I r American and
Canadian Jewish communities to
, Jae L970 n funds t r Is-
rael than ever Israel's
fense costs In 1 TO will be more
than tw Ice as much as during the
year of the Six-Day War. The
people of Israel bear the cost of
the defense. But they are greal J
overtaxed and can hardly cover
the costs of their human needs.
They need to maintain health
services, education, and welfare
services, not to speak of the cost
of the absorption of immigrants
who continue to arrive in sub-
stantial numbers.
Israelis Watching
Cairo Meetings
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israeli
government circles are watching
the Arab League's Joint De-
fense Council meetings in Cairo
with interest to see what effect
they will have or. I'.S.-Soviet ef-
forts to find a basis for Mideast
peace agreement.
The semi-official Middle East
News Agency and Cairo news-
paper Al Ali:a:-, reported that
the 13 memo ts il the L< a
who were present (Tunisia boy-
cotted the meeting) rejected the
latest I'.S. p ice proposals. It
was reported thai Egypt's For-
i ign Minister, Mahmoud Riad,
chargtd the proposals were evtn
worse than previous ones for-
mulated by Washington. He as-
sailed the Unil d states, saying
it was no lot g merely an id
\ .,.-.:, for Ut rather an
' accomplice
The mei ting of the Council
was cad' d to li* ;s "mobiliza-
tion ol all \. s" >',r
war against Israel. Farouk Abu
Usa, S idani Minister ol Stan ,
said the United States has b
come the No. 1 nemy of the
Arab::.'" and charged that the
United Stale- l ol only sent arms
and money I but .has
bilized its s ins i i si rv* in the
1 tell Army."
Arab I.< ague i eretary gei
Al .1 Khalek Hassouna assai
i !'"; co d ion thai U S
cili. ens serving In armies of
friendly count : need not lose
their citizenship. He said this de-
cision is "contrary to interna-
tional law, U.N. resolutions and
I'.S. interests in the Arab world."
local Jewish communities and sup-
ported for years by Jewish Federa-
tion funds.
JNF Plants Trees In Honor Of Shazar
The Jewish health institutions'
make no distinction between Jews
and non-Jews or between white
and black in admitting patients,
or in employing physicians, nurses
and administrative personnel.
There has never been any charf
:st any of the Jewish hospitals
VI : si S230 million will have to throughout the country of having
'. om the Jewish Fedet it ions discriminated either against black
and Welfare Funds ia this co intry.
It is estimated that Israel will
need about SoOO million for its
human needs in 1970. This sum
.- : tted by Israel to come from
the Jews of the r>st of the world !
In 1939 the latter provided about
S180 million for human n eds in
tsrai Thus the org nia I Je
ties in this c >untry will
have to : ,- at !( asl ST
dollar- Israel in the
- ye ir.
i | l will be th
.:. th CJFWF Assen
will nswi r
.,,,,;
' Il nOW lie
.!::.'
relal ins i
; One
Youth Lounge Dedicated
S r I' mi I L'nil I
S .. Youth rt \ tit:., d di-
catvd the I m tic's Youth 1 in :
whci el in and activiti s i!
be h i under th din ction of
educational and youth
F d< r
Continued on Page 4-B
NKW YORK (JTA) An
80,000 tree forest will be planted
by the Jewish National Fund of
America near Jerusalem, it was
announced, to honor Israel's
President Zalman Sha/ar on his
80th birthday. JNF executive
vice president Dr. Milton Aron
made the announcement at a
gathering of New York City
Jewish leaders paying tribute to
the Israeli president. The group
was addressed by Rehaveam
Amir. Israel's Consul General in
New York, and Rabbi Herschel
Schacter, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
Jewish Organizations.
Sisterhood Plans Meeting
The Sisterhood of Temp;. Beth
Raj hael will meet in the tempi-.'.
1345 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
al 8 p.m. Thursday. Nov. 20. Fol-
lowing the regular program an Is-
rai !i film called "Man on th
wi 1 be shown.
Meeting at c cocktail reception at the home
of Mr. end Mis. living Cowan are (from lefi)
Mr. Cowan, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Harry A.
Levy and Samuel Friedland. As members of
the Committee of Patron Hcs's, the" are
finalizing plans for the Temple Emanu-EI Is-
rael Dinner of State at the Diplomat Hotel
Sunday, at which Dr. Lehrman will be honor-
ed. Israeli General Chaim Herzog will be
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Charles Goldstein To Be Honored I News To Receive Award From AJC
Tin- Jerusalem Pence Award will
be conferred upon Charles Gold-
stern at the Ner Tamid Israel
Dinner oi State in the Fontalne-
" I. .in Hotel Sunday. Nov. 30, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Ratbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
j .idee oi ihe congregation.
"Charles Goldstein's record of
8 rvicc to Israel and to the com-
munity is a pride to Temple Ner
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
ami i and the enure community,"
Labbi Labovitz said in announcing
. ians for the dinner. Mr. Gold-
stein, a prominent leader of the
C< mmunity, is a past president of
. em.,ie .>< i lamid.
Dinner plans will be made at a
j.-ccption Sunday afternoon for
members of the Committee of
Hosts in the home of Col. and Mrs.
William J. Harris. Murray Shaw
>;as been selected as chairman of
the annual dinner; Herman Shaw.
president Of Temple Ner Tamid.
has been named honorary chair-
man.
Dr. Narot To Be Honored
By Local Urban League
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. senior rabb!
if Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
nii. will be honored Saturday at
the Greater Miami Urban League's
llth annual Equal Opportunity
j Day Dinner in the Dupont Plaza
I Hotel. Featured speaker at the
| .linner will be Whitney M. Young.
Tr.. executive director of the Na-
' iional Urban League.
He was selected as the Miamian
making the most outstanding con-
tribution to the concept of equality
ill the field of human relations.
The selection commit tee was com-
posed of Comdr. David Bolton,
former Sen. Harry P. Cain, and
Charles Mitchell.
Lincoln Chapter To Meet
An Israeli movie will be shown
I'uesday at 12:30 p.m. when the
Lincoln Road Chapter of Women's
League for Israel meets in the
lOo Lincoln Road Club Room.
The American Jewish Congress'
annual Community Service Award Fineberg
for Communications Media will be
presented to The Miami News at
a Plaza Hotel luncheon Tuesday.
Nov. 25. according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. living B. Kaplan,
national vice president. American
Jewish Congress, and president of
its Kloriila Women's Division.
Accepting the plaque in recogni-
tion of The Miami News' cultural,
community and public affairs pro-
gram, will be its editor. Sylvan
Meyers.
Cochairmen for the luncheon,
during which Rabbi Leon Kronish,
national vice president, American
Jewish Congress, and president of
its South Florida Council, will
acknowledge the newly-chartered
Hollydale Chapter, are Mrs. Joseph
membership vice president, Floi-
AW*it"M > ---' ida Women's Division, will present
Albuquerque and Mrs. Sidney special membership awards to new
Mrs. Mamiee Calui, members and their sponsors.
ORT Chapters Meet
Monthly meetings were held by
Several Miami Beach chapters of
Women's American ORT this
week. A book review was featured
at the Atlantic Shores gathering
in the Runaway Bay Club Tues-
day; Bay sponsored a style show
and Greater Miami's meeting was
held at the Tropic Hotel. Wednes-
day, a card party was held by the
Islander group at Tony's Fish
Market, and a fashion show was
to be featured by the Miami Beach
Afternoon group on Thursday.
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STANDS FOR
AND WILL LEAD
THE FIGHT FOR
Immediate Rent Cantrol on
Non-Commercial Property.
Complete Revision of An-
tiquated Zoning Laws.
Development of Programs
which will artraei Young
People to Miami Beach.
Building of a Senior Citi-
zens' Community Center
Uptown.
Elimination of Sales Tax on Apartment Rental..
Low and Middle Income Housing in Miami Beach
Doctors on Heartmobiles (Ambulances).
1 Speedy Restoration of Public Beaches by Effective Programs.
Exclusion of Local Residents from Resort Tax.
v!SXS^for p'yroenof *" -
Aefalllf .10"Iea' M*$,er "" b* *1*t.t!v..
of all Segments of our Community.
' Construction of a Youth Center in Midtown
EI,m,n.t,on of Temporary Certificates of Occupancy.
P?aTcT rf UTumi Touri,m b* *""" *****
> Expansion of the Community School Program.
Herbert Mognes
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Mesivta To Honor Galbuts At Dinner
Page 3-B
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut of
Miami Beach have been named
"Guests of Honor" for the ninth
annual Mesivta scholarship ban-
quet, to be held in the Hilton
Pla/a Hotel Sunday. Nov. 30. N'a-
ihan Ginsbu^K is chaiming oi the
(firmer comimttec.'
. Proceeds of the affair, which
has become a popular function
(ti'liriK attention to concerned citi-
zens and the leadership of our
community, are earmarked for the
scholarship fund of the Mesivta.
1ho only Yeshiva High School in
the South tt-hich accommodates
bpth nesulent and non-resident
students. Enrolled are youth from
several -Latin." American countries
and a number of other U.S. com-
munities, the principal. Rabbi Al-
exander S. Gross, explained.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Si nior High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, Mr. Galbut,
Whose late father. Al Galbut, was
known as the "honorary mayor of
South Beach," is an attorney a I
businessman who was once or '
City Council of Miami Boa A
World War II veteran, h
Weight Watcher Speaks
Guest spi ak : i '
ing of the Opti-.V; luh of ? i
Beach in thi i
w is Natalie Grrenfi 1 l>!
Watchers.
the rank of commander in the
j US. Naval Reserve and is chief of
| staff of its Group Command in the
Miami area.
Mr. Galbut. who has been admit-
ted to practice before the U.S.
Supreme Court, is a member of
the Federal Ijaraiyl the Florida
Bar. Tpnst dofflntander of the
American Legion, he holds mem-
bership in the Miami Beach Elks,
Shriners, Chesed Shel Kmes and
the Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion, is a UOard member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association snd active in" - He-
brew Academy, Beth Israel Syna-
gogue. Beth Jacob Congregation,
and in the Miami Beach Heart
Fund drives.
Mr. Galbut and his wife. Bessie,
make their home at 4630 Royal
Palm Ave.. Miami Beach. They are
the parents oi : > ir sons, three of
whom are graduates of the Me-
sivta of Great r Miami. Russell.
17, their youngest, is a senior there
HYMAN GALBUT
this year. His brothers. David. 21.
and Abraham. 18, are attending
New York University; the eldest.
Robert. 22, is a student at Albert
Einstein Medical College.
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Kn s th Israel, 1 Ith Street and
B> AvenaOj Miami Beach.
Board Chairman Speaker
] ade County School B< ard
el nan G. 1 lolmi s Bi addock will
la the isi r al the 8:30
p.m. Wednesday meeting of the
inoi Roosevelt (thaptt r B'nal
)'.V:Ui "Women, at the YM-YWHA
oi Gn ater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.
'"The ECffects of Integration on
,'s( hools and Their Educational
Si tndards" will be the topic of
M Braddock's address.
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Phone: 538-0595-531-9132
Featuring the Finest Jewish Dairy Specialties
and a Complete Line of Home Made Pastries
(Baked on the premises by Mr. Abraham,
Formerly Carmel Bakery)
Serving Luncheon and Dinner
Closed Friday Evening Open Saturday Evening
Save 7o
on new Kosher Quaker Barley
(the choicest Barley grower)
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal o: the Hebrew Academy
cl Greater Miami, dedicates c new prefabricated rlcssroorr.
unit by aiiixing the traditional mezuzah :o the decrpost. The
prefabricated units will er.atle the Academy :c aorrrrc-
date classes nov.- housed in one of the buildings to be re-
placed by a new structure across the street fro the main
campus at 2400 Pine Tree Drive.
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J, finrt Candidate in Miami History *o
make full financial disclosure.
S, Urges Court Reform.
3). Pledged to Center for Oceanography
Sfgey.
4. Crvganixed Youth Involvement in
Community Affairs.
"MIAMI POLITICS IS BtG BUSINESS,
IT SHOUIDNT If*
let's zone *or people, not for politics.
K COMMISSIONER CBOUP 5:
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Mr, Repine* is youthful school
feather with a broad knowledge of gov-
ernment ar.d an acute perception of
Miami's municipal problems. He is op-
posing Commissioner David Kennedy,
the Crow* Pnr.ce of Zoning Variances.
With the help of young voters. Mr. Rosi-
ned is taking the fight to the well-heeled
Incumbent. He believes in strict budget
ronlrol and the .evitauzation of the core
ity. His i tht dean, new look in city
government.
It is time to restore the luster of the
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Friday. November 14, 1969
Key Questions Are Considered
Continued from Pag* IB
patients or black personnel. Yet,
Negro pressure for naming black
members on the boards- is very
strong in some cities. The CJFWF
Assembly will hear a report op Bjinimitc ntu uj ..
this issue and. wil( have to shape j man of Detroit and will be re-
nitive guidance to Federation? viewed at the Assembly.
ly post-'elementary education. The, pe* and local and national Jew-
delegates will assess recent com- ish institutions. Their central,
munity actions in this field. Guid- j body, the CJFWF. is considered
lines for community planning and; as Organization Number One ot
financing of Jewish education have American Jewry. representing
been prepared bv a special CJFWF | about 800 Jewish communities
committee headed by Mandell Ber-
and their agencies on this subject.
The Assembly will also discuss
the question of recasting public
welfare programs. It will probably
endorse certain Nixon Administra-
tion proposals to basically change
the nation's public welfare system.
It will probably define additional tnat tnc
changes beyond those proposals
necessary to overcome gaps and to
meet essential needs.
The delegates will hear a report
from Louis Fox. CJFWF presi-
dent, on his testimony before a
Senate committee on the vital im-
portance of removing from the
proposed tax legislation the pro-
posals to tax gains on property
donated as charitable gifts. The
acceptance of the proposals by-
Congress could greatly affect the
Great progress is being made by
various communities in develop-
ing young leaders. Some of the
latter will address the Assembly
and give their views on how they
look at the future of the Jewish
community. This is the first time
voice of the youth will
be heard from the CJFWF.
The Assembly takes place in
Boston on the 75th anniversary of
Boston's Combined Jewish Phil-
anthropies, which is the first Jew-
ish Federation in the world. It is
in the light of this historic even
that the Assembly will look into
the future, based on the achieve-
ments of the past.
Jewish Federations can be found
today in every Jewish community
in the countrylarge and small.
maximum given by contributors to \ They constitute the backbone of
fund-raising campaigns of tax-free organized community life of
agencies and institutions. American Jewry. They raise at
Jewish education looms very high i least S250 million dollars annually
on the Assembly's agenda, especial- to support the United Jewish Ap-
The origin of the Federation
lde is credited to a small group
of philanthropically-minded Jews
in Boston who were concerned
about the social problems and the I
poverty of the new immigrants |
from Eastern Europe.
These Boston Jews organized, in
April 1895, the Federated Jewish j
Charities which included a gener-
al relief agency, a children's or-1
phanage. a free employment bu-1
reau and a free burial society. The'.
expenses of the first year of
operation amounted to $27,628.
Today. Boston's t omoined Jew-
ish Philanthropies raises millions
of dollars each year and supi>orts
a large network of Jewish local
educational institutions, health in-
stitutions, family and child care
agencies, centers, camps and other
services, in addition to giving
huge sums for Israel through the
UJA and helping other Jewish
i communities overseas through the
i JDC. It allocates also substantial
! sums to national Jewish organiza-
! tions. It stands in front among
I the lareest Jewish communities in
the country in their philanthropic
and cultural endeavors.
Dr Adolph Finkler (left) president of Temple Beth Raphael.
Rabbi David Raab. and Journal Committee chairman. Harry
Rosenthal discuss plans for the third annual banquet
of Temple Beth Raphael in the Deauvill Hotel on
Sunday. Dec. 7.
Drive To Detect Diabetes Begins
The search is on for the 8* of drive, explained two out of three
Dade Countv's population which d.anetics are women-but oiab, Us
has diabetes without being aware can strike anyone. Especially sus-
of it. Diabetic Detection Week is Cl pjjbip are persons over 4") whe
a drive put on each year by the OV(.,-Weight or have a family
American Diabetes Association in ,.;h>tr.c
cooperation with the Dade County l*-itory of diabetes.
Medical Association, in an attempt
to diagnose diabetes in persons PytlliailS Meet Monday
who do not exhibit the normal '.^ Goorgt, Gershwin Lodge 196.
symptoms. Knights of Pythias. \m scheduled
Women are Pe t^ a'nle,,,ng in the Surfside Commu-
the disease than men. Dr. bevmour
L. Alterman, chairman of the nity Centerat^j,r p.m. alonflfty.
Herman Siegel (left), president, receives Charter for B.'nai
B'rith Lodge 2727, from Burnett Roth, National Commissioner
of the Ann" Defamation League, during a dinner at the
Carillon Hotel Sunday, Nov. 9. The charter was signed by
Paul Seiderman, District 5 president, and Dr. William
Wexler, International President.
HEBREW ULPAN CLASSES
11th YEAR FOR ADULTS OF ALL AGES
HEBREW CONVERSATION
Small Groups
Beginners Intermediates ~ and Advanced
BEGINNING: Tuesday Evening, November 18th, 1969
8:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.
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THE INVENTION OF GLASS
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Our Interior Dcsirn Deportment headed by Miss Anita Priest,
is now openTuesday and Thursday fro 10 to 1 P.M. or by
appointment) under the supervision of Mary Jane Sands.
150 SE. 25th Rd.al Bricked Ave.
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ORT Sabbath Observance In Synagogues
r'ridcy, November 14, 79
Paqi 5"-fe
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, president of Women in Community
Service (WICS), is shown presenting a certificate to Mrs.
Richard M. Nixon in recognition of her concern, support
and interest in WICS at a ceremony in the White House
library.
Pioneer Women Hold
Chapter Meetings
Two chapters of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women
have scheduled meetings Monday.
The Sharon Chapter will hold a
1 p.m. card party in the club room
Of IOC Lincoln Road; CJub 2 will
meet at the Washington Federal
Bank, 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach.
Club 2 has also scr.eduled an
Algi' r< Hotel brunch on Wednes-
day in honor of some of its active
Baveraht. Mrs. Harriet Green,
president of the Council, will be
the-speaker, at the noon gathering.
Eyeicitness Reports
On Soviet Jewry
"The Freedom, to Fear." an eye-
; witness report on Soviet Jewry,
was to be. .presented by Yosef
Yanich executive director, South-
east Region. American Jewish
Congress, at the meeting of Miami-
Coral Gables Chapter, AJCongress,
meeting at Beth David Congrega-
tion Thursday noon.
Mrs. Samuel Rosenstein. presi-
dent, was to preside; hostesses for
the afternoon were-' to be Mrs.
Jack Grcenberg. Mrs. Morris Jan-
owitz, Mrs. Belle Kimmel and Mrs.
Max Simonoff.'
Putting the finishing touches on the Third Annual Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital Art Exhibition, Saturday at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel, are (from left) Mrs. Norman Spitzer, Mrs. Leon-
aid Sfen*r, Art Chairman Mrs. Benjamin Oren and Mrs.
Audrey .Komrad. Members' works will be shown, along
wilh ceramics, wood-cuts, and photography. Behind the
jjroyp i&. c painting by Mrs. Komrad.
Temples and synagogues of the ,
Dade and Broward County area '
will pay tribute Friday evening to i
the global program of vocational
education and training given by
the Organization fw Rt-habilita- !
tion through Training (ORT) in
.. spt cial < >RT Sabbath observance.
The day will be observed na-
lionwide, in honor cf the organiza-
tion's work in t;if vocational
11 Mining program, which has pro-
ved si curity, di ji itj and in '.'-
pi nd( nee t.i more than ;i million
Jews since its beginning in 1880.
Mrs. Theodore Zall president
of tii South< asti :n Flori la Re-
gion '.!' Women's American ORT,
which is s; onsoi i:.'^ i iRT s ibbath,
d< clan d, '( IRT Sabbath gives us
in opportunity to join with our
ligioni ts in a cet m( ny of
thanksgiving for what ORT lias
11 i n able to achii \>' dui ing i;s
Bine decades of existence. Count-
less thousands of our fellow J<".vs
it. dire need have been given new
life and livelihood because of the
ORT training that they were able .
tc rec ivi- in so many countries of
the world.
"ORT Sabbath is a time for us
to rededicate ourselves to the '
tasks ahead of us." Mrs. /all. s
continued. "The great problems
that are faced by the young and !
threatened democracy of Israel
are of serious concern to us and
we know that the efforts of the
ORT network of this nation, the ,
largest single ORT network in the
world, play a decisive role in aid-
i ing Israel to solve her problems
i and meet the challenges of the fu- '
j ture. And we know that wherever
: Jews are in need throughout the
i world, wherever economic and po-
j liiica! insecurity and instability
threaten them. ORT will, it must,
come to their assistance," she con-
cluded.
Social observance of ORT Sab-
bath will be held by Bay and At-
Julie Harris Will
Narrate ORT Gala
A gala World of ORT Fashions"
show will premiere at the 20th
Biennial National Convention of
Women's American ORT Friday.
Nov. 21. in the New York Hilton
Hotel's Grand Ballroom. The nar-
rator lor the show, which will be
attended by more than 2.000 dele-
gates representing too chapters of
tii.' organization throughout the
United states, with a membership
c I some 87.000. will be the well-
ki own star of Stage, screen and
television, Julie Harris, who is
currently being featured in the
Broadway smash hit "Forty Car-
ats."
i
The gathering is expected to be
the largest convention in the his-
[tory of the organization, which is
dedicated to the rehabilitation ol
the underprivileged through train-
ing.
lantic Shores Chapters in Temple
Ner Tamid; Biscayne. Flamingo
and Greater Miami Chapters in
Temple E\manu-F:i; the Gulfstream,
Islanders and Pinetree Chapters
at- Twnplc Bern Shalom; Miami
Beach Afternoon, Miami Business
and Professional and Sun Coast in
Temple Beth Raphael; Treasure
Isle Chapter at Temple Menorah.
The Coral Gabl. s and South Mi-
ami Chaj i rs will i I si rve l IRT
Sabbath at T< i iple Zam ira; the
.Southwest and Tropical Park
: ts at Ti mple Judi a. Thi
[ sion will be marki 'I by I
Harbor and Greynolds Park l
t< rs a- Beth T irah Con rregati n;
North Da>I-, Poinl East i
l. v Towers Chapti :-s a: Ti mi
Adath Y-eshurun, Nor'!: Mian
! leta Chapters at B'm
Ion, am! tii. Jade v
and Ro-monl Gardens Chapters at
Skj Lake Sj na s igue.
In Broward County, ORT Sab-
bath will be celebrated by the Clo-
veileaf Chapter at Temple Beth
El, the Hallandale and Hollywood
Chapters at Temple Beth Shalom,
the Hollywood Hills and Hollywood
Beach Chapters at Temple Sinai,
and by the Meadowbrook Chapter
at Hallandale Jewish Center.
The largest non-governmental
vocational training agency in the
world, ORT currently operates
more than BOO vocational institu-
tions in 22 countries on five con-
tinents, teaching 70 modern skills
ranging from fashion designing to
electronics. Women's American
ORT is a nationwide members!
organization, affiliated with the
An., nean ORT Federation, which
.'< i\ funds from the Joint Dis-
t: ibuti >;. Committee, a mi :;.
agi ncj f tii. United Jewish A' -
real.
Miss Sacks Married
To Colonel Drmkor
Tin marriage o: '.' --.
ii ; Col. Jack Drucker was -
nizi Jiami Satui lay, Now i,
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Sisterhood Fashion Show
Maxi. midi ar.d mini fashions
from Lucia's of Coral Gables will
be shown at Temple Or Olom Sis-
terhood's fashion luncheon in the
temple's dining room at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday. In addition, hair styles
and hair pieces by Vincent and
Anthony will be exhibited.
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Remodeling Is Southern
Bill's Specially
Kitchen remodeling time is 1" re
. for the woman whose kitchen
s too small and crowded; or
Whose storage space is inadequate;
whose, aouliances and fixtures
ire "dated;" or the ohe who needs
nore useable space.
"In case you have wondered,
hen architects, interior designers
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cabinets, appliances, and follow-.
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"We take great pride in every1
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said Ann Still, kitchen designer.
"Since we regard the kitchen as
the most important room in the
home, And since the homemaker
spends so many hours in this,
room, naturally she is the most
important part of the kitchen. For i
this reason we start our planning
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"Just as every lady is different. |
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said Henry Bechstein, sales engi-
neer. "There are no mass produced :
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Cabinets are built to fit your
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eliminate extra steps, lighting is
planned for all areas." says Al
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Visit Southern Bilt Kitchens show-
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Members of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood meet to discuss
plans for a "Fash-In" Wednesday, Nov. 19 at Beth Torah.
Committee members present are seated (from left). Mrs.
Leonard Goldberg, Mrs. Nathanial Polin, Mrs. Frank Kauif,
Mrs Daniel Weinstein, and Mrs. Lawrence Schorehart.
Standing are Mrs. Stanley Freeman and Mrs. Morris Gruen-
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Temporary Bank On Century 21 Site
Talent Nighf Saturday At Hebrew Academy
More than 30 individual students S.o for the schools athletic pro-:
and the Academy Choir, under the gram. David Dank, president ot
direction of Mrs. Jacques Donnet. the sponsoring organization an-
will participate in a variety show nounced.
and musical program in the audi-
torium of the Hebrew Academy of A|jj Workshop At Of OlOHI
Greater Miami. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr.. Miami Beach. Saturday night. Two programs "The Gifts of
Proceeds from the Talent Night Today Could Be the Heirlooms of
sponsored by the Abba Group, the I Tomorrow" and a "Mini Chanukah
school fathers organizations, will Workshop" will highlight the gen- .
----------------------------------------- ; eral meeting of Temple Or Olom
_ ... ,, -. i B Sisterhood at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Peshkin HoldS Card Party ; Nov. 20. Program chairman is
Proceeds of the luncheon and I Mrs. Murray Rosenberg; Mrs.
card party to be held at 11:30 a.m. Gerald Schwartz is president of
Thursday, Nov. 20, by Peshkin thv sisterhood.
Chapter of Children's Asthma Re- !
search Institute and Hospital will I o____m. rji
benefit children of all races and | Author Speak* At I ea
creeds who suffer from intractable | Harry Kimball. author of the
asthma. The party will take place book "I'll Be Damned." will speak
Port-A-Braneh. which had become
a landmark at one of downtown
After some discussion between
Joseph H. Walker, executive vice
president of First Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami,
and Saul J. Morgan, developer of
the many-faceted Century 21 com-
plex, the progressive business ex-
Regency Club Meets
Columnist Hy Gardner will be
guest speaker at the S:ir> p.m.
Monday meeting of the Regency
Club, for singles, in the Washing-
ton Federal Bank. 1133 N'ormany
Dr., Miami Beach.
Group 519 Meets Tuesday
Group 519 of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Women will meet in the
Algiers Hotel at noon Tuesday.
ecutivts decided not to wait to
establish a branch of the financial
institution on the site.
As a result. First Federal's
Miami's busiest corners, was liter-
ally transplanted overnight -after
being wheeled 184 block up Bis-
cayne Boulevard to the spot where
it will remain anchored during the
construction of the complex. The
savings and loan branch opened
for business the following morning
in its temporary headquarters.
First Federal's permanent home
will be in Florida's first high-rise
shopping center, incorporated i
Century 21's total living concept.
Now on the planning boards, the
high-rise shopping center will have
many innovations including mov-
ing sidewalks spiraling the build-
ing's exterior. Meantime, it's busi-
m s- as usual in the unusual tem-
porary headquarters.
in Galahad Hall. 3001 S. Ocean
Dr., Hollywood.
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What s CLooLin
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By RUTH SIRK1S
To serve this dish in a very impressive manner, place a whole
flounder, fried or baked, in the center of a large platter. Garnish
lavishly with any colorful edibles, such as lenjon slices, tomato
wedges, green pickles, ripe olives, mashed potatoeseven bits of
fruit like tangerines or cherries can be used. The result can be
picture-pretty as well as tasty.
GALA FISH DINNER
2 pounds flounder lwhole)
1 teaspoon salt
.'! tablespoons oil
*4 cup margarine
1 .'? cup bread crumbs
1 can (4oz.) mushrooms
Clean fish thoroughly, rinse with cold water and dry on paper
towels. Rub salt into skin on both sides, let stand while you pre-
pare or assemble the garnishes. Wipe the fish and dip in bread
crumbs on a flat plate, completely covering with crumbs. Melt
the margarine in a big frying pan with the oil. Add fish when the
fat begins to bubble. Move around in the pun to prevent sticking,
and then fry on the other side. Reduce heat and cover with pun
lid or foil about five minutes, until golden brown. Remove to
platter and fry the mushrooms in the same pan for a few mo-
ments before arranging on top of the fish. Garnish nicely. Serves
lour persons.

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Jacob Stein of Great Neck
L.I.. New York prominent
lay religious, communal
and civic leader, elected
President of the United
Synagogue of America,
congregalional arm of the
Conservative movement,
at its recent 1969 Biennial
convention.
Invest
flfeople
and we a! benefit.
Members and their guests en-
joyed King's Bay Yacht and
Country Club's old fashioned
Jamboree this past Saturday
vening. Attire was supposed to
be casual elegance, but it was
mostly casual.
Mrs. Herb Spbcl's navy and
white pjn-striped pants ensemb-
le was belted across the hips
and had a touch of red at the
neckline. Mrs. Bernard Fow
chose a moss green silk Jersey
in the tunic style pants ensemb-
le, Mrs. Harvey Levinson wore a
white ribbed silk Jersey with a
gold neckline. The gold trim
was repeated on the diagonally
slashed pockets of her tunic-
pants ensemble. The tunic look
was also seen on Mrs. Norman
Kasser. this time in navy, cran-
berry and white silk crepe.
Mrs. Harold Abbott chose a
gold colored silk jersey one piece
jump-suit. It featured the high,
soft, cowl neckline and was worn
with a cold chain belt. An origin-
al Pucci print dress was worn by
Mrs. Sam Ilirsch. It was in silk
jersey, V necked, long sleeved
and in blues and greens. -Mrs.
Eugene Troop topped her lavend-
er pants with a matching color-
ed, long sleeved, sheer blouse.
Gold clu.v.f. cut In an open
bolero fashion, added a most in-
teresting touch.
id in the burgandy pant- sui
worn by Mrs. Stanlc) Wassei
Her white lace blouse had a ruf-
fled collar and Jabot front, whic
added the desired touch of femi-
ninity. Mrs. Nat Rood was seen
in a gold lame pants ensembh
Mrs. Arnold Simon gave he
white pants ensemble a touch o
color with u long, multi-priii
scarf.
Mrs. Gerald Pulder's blac
silk crepe pants ensemble fea-
tured a decollete neckline. Mrs
Herman Isis topped her blacl
pants with a white blouse, Ihei
added the fashionable crochctei
long vest in a bright yellow
color, A deep blue, semi-shee
blouse was worn over lighte
blue pants by Mrs. David Shore
Mrs. Mori Sobcl topped he
aquamarine blue pants with i
tunic printed in geometries ii
white, silver, blue, and green
Mrs. Merle Rlchmon wore ;
multi-colored silk blouse win
her white sharkskin pants en-
semble. A black silk faille pants'
ensemble was Been on Mrs. A
Lewis. A white satin, long slee\
ed blouse, completed her fashion
coordination. Mrs. Martin Roth-
man's champagne colored >iil
Jersey tunic-pants ensemble was
hand-picked from the Boutiqui
Dionc which she operates at the
Sheraton Fo u r Ambassador-
Hotel.
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Friday, November 14 196g
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Betty lived in Detroit. Michigan, with her papa and
mama. William and Ida Gorash. She was the one in the
middle. She had an older brother and sister and a younger
brother and sister. So she was the one that everyone picked
on. But it didn't seem to do her much harm. They were a
tightly knit family. They were a working family. They
were in the retail florist business, that's seven days and
seven nights with plenty of holidays for good measure.
From the time the kids were eight years old they all
helped in the business. Betty graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan where she was editor of the college
newspaper and the first woman president of Hillel. She got
her degree in Education, specializing in remedial reading.
She taught in Detroit. Her folks bought a home in Miami
and Betty came down to visit during the Chanukah holi-
days of 1S46. It was then she met Marvin Cooper. She and
her Mike were married in December of the following year.
She taught for a while at the old Manhciemer School
after their daughter Susan was bcrn. Susan is now married
to Richard Zinn and they are both going to school in
Athens, Ga. Then along came Barry and Ellen. Betty is a
smart business woman. She was with her husband in
their family, enterprise Coopers Romanian Restaurant. Now
Mike is in the motel business. He is in the process of build-
ing in Key West. She says she's his errand boy but the
m re polite term is "Girl Friday." She helps in the
decoration and buying and also in the operation. Their
favorite hobby is traveling. They both like to study the
different cultures and idology of the countries that they
-. sit, Israel. Spain the Scandanavian Countries, Italy and
the Orient. They loved the Orient. There they were the
odd ones whom everyone looked at. The family has always
been a close one. They sit at the dinner table and discuss
the problems of the youth of today. They bring out into
the open what most parents are trying to keep in the dark.
Th t is why they feel that their children are the kind of
children everyone wants to have. They have a big house
which is always open to their friends and the friends of
their children, and they enjoy entertaining. They have
started an art collection ard are thrilled with their
first two pictures, a child by Cirbonell and a pleasant
scent of four women by an Israeli artist Sandu Liherman
(Betty's favorite.' They are planning a trip to Mexico
for the whole family and are hopeful that the children will
i\ their company so that they will want to go again.
Mike and Betty are active in Temple Beth Sholom. P.abbi
Leon Kronish married them. Betty has been active in the
S --..".hood and Mike in the Temple. Recently they were
the honorecs of the Year at the Tern;):.' Beth Sholom Din-
ner. They were Ljlven the Jerusalem Peace award which they
have hanging in a special place. Betty was thrilled that
so many >>f their friends came to the dinner and bought
: :: is. She has a peculiar warm feeling about Israel. She
feels that no one has ever helped the Jews so that it is up to
the Jews themselves to help each other. She belongs to most
of the Jewish organizations including Histadrut and Ameri-
can Jewish C ingress. When I said that I thought a
hundred thousand dollars worth of bonds is a lot to buy
she simply changed the subject. Mike and Betty are nice
ci iwn to earth people. Betty has a warmness about her
that people recognize and respond to. Her point of view is
shins and up to the minute. Her charm and poise were
in effect when she said a few unrehearsed remarks at the
dinner given in their honor. Some pjople are hard to know
and when you get to know them you don't like them Betty
is easy to get to know and the more you know her the
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shatz ci the Forte
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wedding anniversary at the Concord
Hotel in New York City.
The week-end par'.y was hosted by
their dauahters and eons-in-Iaw, Dr.
end Mrs. Morton Halpem. Coral Gabies;
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sto".!. New York
City, end Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bitten oi
Long Island, New York.
Mr. end Mrs. Shatz who were rr.ar. -
in Denver, Cc'o., have lived '.n Qrec.er
Miami since 1952.
Thev ere the grandparents cf six
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and Carol Clein, was born into!
He is blessed by two sets of
grandparentsthe Sidney Haas-
mans and Ben (ieiiisdozens of
aunts and uncles, and a few-
cousins, as well as two great-
grandmothersMrs. Ray Marks
(ioldhert, of Miami Beach, who
carried chopped herring to the
Bris. and Mrs. Hausman, who
fkw in from Pennsylvania bt ar-
ing gifts. Steven's sister, Rt icl,
3, wont around and greeted the
more than 100 guests, most of
whom she knew very well.
ine special -' st, Jeanette
Mint/.er Sctrulmun, was a I i
maid at the Ben Cli ins' wi dding
and present at Michael's Bris 28
years ago. New Orleans c< isins
Ksther and Ben Ltlbel, who just
hap|M-ned to be in town, were
present, and Sam Marks, ol li -I
of the six Marks broth) rs, act'!
as proxy-godfather for Robert
('Kin. who was at home ith a
virus infection. T~< pro-
zandik for his first gra
Ben Clein, tht infant- >th< i
grandfather, was unable t> at-
tend due to illntss. The I
mother was the baby's lunt,
Shirley llitiismen. who came in
from Gainesville for the vent,
and Sidney Hausman act '. as
Sadie Clein who recently assed
away at the ag< <'. 91. u is this
child's great-grandmoth His
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Mrs. Meir In Conflict
Over Sabbath TV
JKRUSALEM (JTA)Minis-
ter of Justice Yaacuv Shimshon
Shapiro has told the Cabinet he
will consider steps against Su-
prrme Court Justice V.\ i Berin-
son "as provided by law" to
discipline him for holding court
c the Sabbath. Judge Berinson
had issued an 11th hour older
Friday evening, overriding a
j rnment ban on Sabbath tel-
( ision broadcasts.
Mr. Shapiro called it "an acl
unprecedented, even under the
1 ritish Mandate," but leR.nl ob-
servers hen doubted the Minis
it: would Institute any proceed-
To do so. they noted, lie
! have to obtain the con-
i t of the president of the Su-
it me Court, Justice Shimon
granat, and such proceedings
ll threaten the whole prin-
. le of the independence of ls-
ai Is judiciary.
Sephardk Chief Rabbi Itzhak
Sisslm blasted Judge Berinson
cr activating the court on the
Sabbath, calling it "a dt strue-
ive act against every soul of
.'< wry and our land's honor."
\:,d in addition to injuring the
t r.sibilities of Orthodox Jews,
tb< judge's ruling seriously em-
barrassed Premier Golda Meir's
i florts to negotiate a coalition
government with the National
Religious Party, which has made
;: I an on Sal.bath TV the main
condition of its participation In
ii coalition.
Mrs. Mi ir gave in to Orthodox
Is Friday when she over-
a 13-9 vote by the Israel
1 r ting Authoi ii > to insti-
I Sabbath ti Ii vision desi It
a Cabinet recommendation to
the contrary. Judge Berinson's
order, in effect, over-ruled Mrs.
M( ir and gave the government
30 days to show cause why a
Sabbath TV ban should be up-
lit hi. Mrs. Meir is the second re-
spondent of the order. She set
al out mobilizing the best legal
minds at her governmen's dis-
posal in an effort to black out
the nation's television sets on
the Saobath. Her reasons [or
seeking a ban were frankly po-
litical: without the 12 Knesset
s ats won by the religious bloc
ir: the Oct. 28 election, the Pre-
mier will not be able to form a
coalition without the coopera-
ti n of Gahal, which emerged as
the nation's second strongest
party and is demanding Cabinet
n presentation commensurate
with its strength.
Mrs. Meir's political motives
wen n sponsible for the first se-
i ious challenge to her authority
since she succeeded the late
Prime Minister Levi Kshkol. The
complainants who went directly
to Judge Berinson. argued that
Mrs. Meir's reversal of the Au-
thority's decision was illegal be-
cause she had allowed political
considerations to influence her
judgment. Israeli law forbids a
minister to act out of political
motives in exercising his office.
Getting together at the home of Mr. and
Mis. Irving Cowon are, 'from left) Mrs. Da-
vida Levy, Mrs. Irving Cowan, Mrs. Sam
Friedland, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
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Embroidery Shows
Scenes Of Israel
A rare collection of Borne 130
hand-eml roidi n d sci:; ?s ol Israel
Ail! be featured al the second an-
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Miami Carnival-Bazaar to be (v Id
:- inday, Nov. L'". on the Acadi m>
ampus al 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Mrs. i.i onai d Adl< r and low .
l-iii ilman, ci chairmen of the event
have announced. Embroidered on
1 id< loth, Inn n and satin. th
ifti I rks i [ art are re-
;.rod ct i' '. I the w irks oi the Ls-
n Arbel.
The Carnival-Bazaar, which has
been s< for a time of yi ai
whi n gift i are i It mat nill dis
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: chandise, in< luding food iti n -
men's and women's apparel, a
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In addition, there will b< a va-
l oi rides and compi titior
I. oths as well as food and refresh
nenl stands to keep youngsters
and adults well satisfied during the
day-long f stivities.
Serving on the Carnival-Bazaar
mmittee are Melvin Felt, Mrs.
Jack Greenberg, George Kimmel,
Mrs. Eugene Labovitz, Mrs. Irwin
Lechowitz, Irwin Montgomery,
Mrs. Alan Needle, Mr. and Hrs.
Morris Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Welnberg and Mrs. Hairy
Rosi nberg.
carried out an in-depth survey
of Jewish and Christian wivt s In
New York. Los Angclis. Chicago
and Philadelphiaas a follow-up
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iw-njamin Brunt Stiutrt Singer Bonnie Wuiik Steven
HOWARD COPLON
HowaiaT Ki". in. son of Mr. and
Mra. Jojpph Coplon, will become
n.ir Mttzvah at Temple Zion Sat-
!ay,*C.,v. : *
HovwrdJ av Tijhth grade student
as Pdlmefto Junior High School,
i- on &V rB' Hbnor Roll.
m m- ,a .-innor koii.
A r^'plfof. u honor of the celc-
int will fee hoisted by his parents
in theJFhonV'"Saturday evening.
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At S.lS^.rf. Sarunlay. Nov. 15,
l.iian Mie'rja**}: tlie son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack' *&. Axelrod. 5401 La
Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, will be-
c-ome Bar Mit^yah at Temple Ner
Tamid.
Brian is a student at Ner Tamid
Religious School and Nautilus Jun-
ii High School, where he won
Ihe Presidential Award in sports
l ir two year- In succession.
A Kiddush will follow the wor-
- iip service. _and a reception in
! i.in's honor will he held Satur-
y evening at the Pla/a Hotel.
Among tire honored guests will
I. Mi- Rosa Axelrod of Toronto.
CantfBa, and Mr. anil Mrs. Nathan
r'oxjbl Ijindon. Ontario. Canada.
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Paul, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Orshan, 77.50 SW 16th St.,
will be Bar Mit/vah at Temple
Tifereth Jacob during the"10 a.m.
services Saturday. Nov. 15,
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High School. Paul
' is a member of the school's bas-
ketball team and has received the
American Legion School Award.
The celebrant's parents will host
: the Oneg Shabhat following the
Friday evening services Nov. 14, in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah.

STIART SINGER
Stuart HaroRl, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Singer, 910 SW 12th
Ave.. will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Nov.
15, at Beth David Congregation.
An eighth grade honor student at
Shenandoah Junior High School.
Stuart, who has attended Beth
David's tt ligious school four years.
' is a member of the chess club
and received a superior award at
| his school's science fair.
Smart will be honored at a Kid-
dush following the services and at
Q reception in the Algiers Hotel
I Saturday evening. The celebrant's
. aunts and uncles. Mr. and Mrs.
1 Leo Bran, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gordon. Macon, Ga., and Mr. and
Mrs. Al I.elf. Darlington, S.C.. are
among the guests who will l>c here
to help him celebrate.
JEFFREY (.KTZI.KK
Jeffrey, son of Mr, and Mrs. Jo-
seph Getzler of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday morning* Mbv. 15.
A student at Beth Torah's Har-
old Woik Religious School, where '
he plans to continue his religious
education, Jeffrey is a student at
Parkway Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade.
Among the guests attending the
Cl H mony and the luncheon held
in his honor Saturday afternoon in
the Seville Hotel will be both si-Is
of Jeffrey's grandparents.
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BONNIE WANK
Bonnie Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Wank. 1021 NE
154th Ter.. North Miami Beach,
Will become Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation during the
Friday evening services Nov. 14.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
Bonnie is the organization editor '
of the Falcon, and fund-raising
chairman of the Future Teachers
of America. A member of the Beth I
Torah Choir. Bonnie attends He- j
brew High School, is active in the
U.S.Y., and is a voluntary teach-.
er's aide at Oak Grove'Elementary '
School one afternoon a week.
The celebrant will be honored
at the Oneg Shabbat following the
services, a reception and dance for'
her friends Saturday evening at
her home, and an Algiers Hotel
champagne bruncht on Sunday,
morning.
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Steven Lewis son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Aronow. celebrated
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion
on Saturday. Nov. 8.
Steven is a student at Palmetto
Junior High School, where he is in
the eighth grade.
The Oneg Shabhat Friday eve-
ning and the Kiddush following
the services Saturday were spon-
sored by Steven's parents in his
honor, and I hey hosted a reception
i.i the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
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BENJAMIN BRANT
Bonjamin Jordan, son of Dr. and
Mis. Lawrence I. Brant of North
Miami Beach, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
Saturday morning, Nov. 15.
Bi i! i- a st idenl al Jo in F. K< n-
nedy Junior High School and has
taken an active part in the Junior
Congregation of Beth Torah, serv-
ing as iaboi for the pa A reception in honor of the- ceie*
luaru will be held at tbe Diplomat
Countrj Club Saturday evening.
Among the guests expected to
bi present at the festivities arc
Benjamin's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Brooks. David Brook.
San Antonio. Tex., and Eileen Fai -
roil. New York.
BAKKV TOPPER
Barry, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Tepper. 17100 NE nth Ct.. I
North Miami Beach, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Great) r Miami Saturday. Nov. 15.
Barry attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade and plays
clarinet.
Following the services, a Kid-
dush will be held in honor of the
cr lehrant followed by a recention
and luncheon in the Algiers Hotel.
Barry is the grandson of Mrs.
Goldio Geser and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Tepper of Miami Beach.
*
Samuel august
Samuel Joseph, son of Fred and
Elaine August, will become Bar
Mitzvah in an orthodox ceremony
at the Deauville Hotel Saturday.
Nov. 15 (5 KISLKV 57301. Rabbi ;
Ralph Glixman, spiritual leader of
Temple Or Olom, will conduct the
Musaf service with the assistance
of the celebrant's father. Beryl
Zerevitz of Baltimore will conduct
the Schachris service.
Samui 1, who was gifted with
T'filin during the week, will be
presented with a Tails, Bible.
prayerbook and Kiddush cup from
Israel by members of his family.
Ho will participate in the tradi-
tional services, eantillating the
Haftorah from the No-vi, a scroll
written in much the same style as
the Torah itself, but sung differ-
ently. Because of the difficulty in
preparation. No-vi reading has he-
come a rarity, with only older pro-
fessionals still carrying on the tra-
dition. Tin' No-vi Malachi was se-
cured for this occasion through a
New York synagogue, and it is
quite probably that Samuel is the
only Bar Mitzvah in the world to
ceh brate the assum; tion of his re-
ligious n 'ity by eantillat-
ing from i hi No-vi.
A Ninth Miami Junior High
Si Bool honor student, the cele-
brant sang lust season with the
Boys' Chorus in the opera La Gia-
conda, which featund "Richard
Tucker. Herts urr*MM 6tfp7M>rtera\(
Israel and a member of Young
Judea.
Among the honored gut sts will
be Mrs. Florence Schiller and Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Margolies, grand-
parents i,f the Bar Mitzvah, who
was named for his grandfather,
the late Samuel Joseph August,
founder of August Bros. Bakery.
The festivities win also bo attend-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard
Masarek of San Francisco. Calif.,
and a large representation from
the International Association of
Variety Bakers of the United
States and Canada, of which his
father is a member. The president
ol August Bros. Bakery. Samuel's
father also serves as president of
the South Florida Baker's Asso-
ciation.
i
Selevan JWV Guest
Arthur Sole van commander of
j the Jewish War Veterans. Depart-
j mont of Florida, will be the guest
j speaker at the meeting of North
Shore Post 677 in the Chase Fed-
eral Bank. Miami Beach, at 7:45
; p.m. Thursday. Nov. 20.
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Txiday. November U, 19S9
Discussing arrangements of the annual Hebrew University
Scholarship Luncheon are (from left) Mrs. Siqmund Foqler,
president of the Greater Miami Womens Division; Mrs.
Jack Katzman, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Trudy Hamer-
schlag, chairman of the boaid of Greater Miami Women's
Division, American Friends cf the Hebrew University. The
luncheon is scheduled for noon, Friday, Nov. 21.
Jeff Rosinek Opposes David Kennedy
Rosinek, who opposes in-
umbenl City Commissioner David
Kennedy, is a government and
history teacher at Coral Gables
High School, whore in- is president
of the faculty. The president of
the Young Democratic Club of
Dade County. Mr. Rosinek, 28, is
organizer and sponsor of the Key
Club and Youth for Good Govern-
ment at his school. He has twice
been chosen Outstanding Young
Kducator of the Year.
In his election campaign, Mr.
Rosinek has come out strongly for
continuation of the 50 cent lunch
yrogram for senior citizens and
finding the necessary funds to
keep the six Senior Citizen centers
open. He sees the main issues as ;
zoning and political integrity, but '
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tured during the 10-show season.
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Charisse and Tuny Martin, will be
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Friday, November 14. 1969
Gyson Rallies Set
As Election Nears
Former State Rep. John B. Orr,
J .. will speak in support of TV-
, dio commentator Sam Gyson at
I rallies in support of Gyson's
(i ndidacy for the Group 1 seat on
re Miami Beach Cjjy Council. The I N(A.
I,.st gathering was to be held at [United
p p.m. Thursday in the North
- tore Community Center, 73rd St.
I id Collins Ave.; Saturday's rally
the Community Center at 2100
..'ashington Ave., at 8 p.m.. will
i ature entertainment by singing
itar Lee Sohn and Dahlia- Miss
Israel of 1967. The two entertain-
,. were also scheduled to partici-
ple in a Gyson rallv at 8 p.m.
E nday in the Ocean Front Audi-
1. ilium.
* JfnistnoridHcin
Pagel3-B
Visitor From Israel Oholei Torah Has m
Major Maurice Jaffe. one of the
founders and now the executive
director of Heichal Shlomo, the
Israeli Chief Rabbinate, in Jeru-
salem, paid a visit to the Oholei
Torah Day School. Miami Beach,
recently and was given a tour of
the school's facilities.
on o sneaiaJjuissiQBpto the
States from the Chief Rab-
I binate and the Israeli government
i in an effort to promote religious
: tourism to the Holy Land. Major
Jaffe. who is noted internationally
for his philanthropic work and de-
votion to the promulgation of Jew-
ish education and commitment, ex-
pressed great satisfaction with the
educational institution and said he
would like to see "schools of that
calibre growing up all over the
world.
The school's principal, Rabbi
Sholom Lipskar. and its executive
director, Rabbi Abraham Korf,
conducted Major Jaffe on the tour.
Seiderman Seeks Aid For Seniors
Mr. Gyson's bid for the Group 1
s-at formerly held by Joe Malek
? supported by the Dade County I
Fi iteration of Labor (AFL-CIO), '
n Dade County Council for Sen- ;
. r Citizens and business, profes- '
>-:i nal. senior citizen, youth, fra-
i-:nal, property owner and tenant
i-.-ups.
Mr. Gyson's platform favors a '.
'..anced economv, low-cost public
1 ".isipg, fair rent control, urban
ewal. zoning appeals only in the
i i irM, expanded tourist promo-
tion, waiver of immunity and col-
dive bargaining. He has led in
' fight to have doctors on am-
ilaniros; and is opposed to conflict
. interest exemptions, restrictive
vcriartts,. c!03! meetings, unfair
usiness competition. Metro take-
ver. encroachment on public
teaches and non-competitive bid-
cingj
In a recent address before busi-
ness and professional leaders and
si nior citizens, Paul Seiderman.
who is seeking reelection to the
Miami Beach City Council, stress-
ed the need for better services and
more aid to senior citizens.
The only incumbent Councilman
to reach the runoff election, Mr.
Seiderman is opposed by United
Tenants' League president Herb
Maenes for the Group 3 seat.
Mr. St iderman, who has pro-
posed the establishment of a land-
lord-tenant arbitration board in
the Miami Beach City Hall whose
purpose would be to open up lines
of communication between the
parties involved in rent or housing
disagreements, also suggests im-
plementing the Federal Aid Pro-
gram to help provide hot meals for '
needy senior citizens. He also fa-
vors special heartmobiles equipped
to aid persons suffering a heart
attack, new parks, and continued
support for the battle against drug
addiction.
A 21-year resident of Miami
B< ach. Mr. Seiderman is president
of District 5 Grand Lodge, B'nai
B'rith. which encompasses the
i Southeastern United States, and
i is a national commissioner si the
' Anti-Defamation League.
Rabbi Sholom Lipskar, left, principal of Oholei Torah Day
School, and its executive director, Rabbi Abraham Korf
conductor Major Jaffe of the Israel Chief Rabbinate on a tour
of the school's facilities during his recent visit here.
Grenald Outlines Platform Planks
Greene Stands (hi His Past Reeord
pines
% Stand Tall
< in Florida's
^ Future!
J< romo "Jerry" Greene, scored
a plurality in the primary election
which placed him in the runoff
election for the Group 1 seat on
the Miami Beach City Council In
his campaign for the post, he is
depending on his past record to
show where his interests lie in the
administiation of the city.
A housing and city-planning au-
thority. Mr. Greene, a former
m Urban Di velopmcnt (Little HUD>.
has campaigned against the lack
of planning, illegal zoning vari-
ances and wall-to-wall cement. He
has led in the fight for beautifica-
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BARRY COLLEGE X
tion in the past four years, secur-
ing appropriations for landscaping
on the Julia Tuttlc Causeway, ob-
taining a law requiring parking lots
to be enclosed and beautified, and
leading the campaign for creation
of a Garden ("enter.
Mr. Greene demanded a busi-
nesslike approach to the city's fi-
nancing, fought an increase in bus
fares, and rezoning of Pinetree
Drive, spearheaded a drive to pro-
hibit bus bench advertising, pro-
yosed a study team to streamline
the police department and forced
the city to award its concessions
through competitive bids. He also
achieved the closing of Council
A vital plank in the platform of
Ben Grenald in his bid for the
Group 2 seat on the Miami Beach
City Council is that of making
preparations containing any quan-
tity of narcotics obtainable by pre-
scription only. An ordinance such
as that he outlines would reduce
narcotics addiction and help con-
trol juvenile crime, Mr. Grenald
says.
Mr. Grenald also favors quality-
education and recreation facilities
for Miami Beach youth, business-
like administration of city govern-
ment and complete reorganization
.if the Tourist Development Au-
thority, which he claims has "fall-
n down on its job."
Mr. Grenald's aims also include
the institution of a city-wide pol-
icy of courtesy and service, estab-
lishment of the world's finest ma-
lina and a tenant-landlord arbitra-
tion board.
A pharmacist and manufacturer
of pharmaceuticals and cosmetic
I speciatlies, Mr. Grenald is openly
agenda* three days before meeting 1 critical of the zoning variances
to prevent items from being slip- which have been granted through-
peel through. out Miami Beach and favors abol-
ishing the present Zoning Board in
favor of a board of professionals
.'uided by a master plan, and the
el- aning out of special interests he
tec Is are in control of the city.
Fernandez Aims
At Housing Woes
Former Municipal Miami Judge-
Carlos R. Fernandez is winding up
his campaign to unse-at incumbent
Irwin G. Christie in the race for
the Group 4 seat on the Miami
City Commission.
Judge Fernandez claims that
Miami has ignored the problems of
low-cost housing and excessive
rents problems on which Miami
Beach and North Miami have al-
ready begun to work.
If elected, Judge Fernandez will
propose creation of a Board of In-
quiry and Arbitration to study and
analyze complaints of Miami citi-
zens regarding rent and living con-
ditions. Judge' Fernandez fe-els the
! New York rent control laws should
I be' studied and applied here whore
practicable.

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Fridav. November 14, 1969
*Jm>isi) ftc.rfidliicTiin
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
B IS HKKKI'-Y UTVEN IhHI
. undi *tgnenr, desiring lo engage
see under tin- firiiiliius name
i.V.-IANA CI 111 TOH'KKS at
i .- iv 187th St.. Miami luteuds
:er sbM name with the i 1.irk
ill.- -."Ireult I'OUrt "f Dade Couniy.
ll 14-21-IS II I
LEGAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICb
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTi'K IS HBKKIIY HIVKN that
. ui.-.-rsigneil d.'Hirimr to cnguife
lu l.u.-ii.'"< uinl i Hi'- fieiitious 'liana
CAR1BBBXN VILLA OK at lH'.O
S.W. 1 >-"tli St.. Miami Intends to re-
i.-ier f; id name with the Clerk of
I uil Court of Haile County.
l-\"inla
fAH HBEAN vil.l..\r:i', coup
11 14-21-28 11 r.
M >T
|i i
Mill
ll.MU"
111 ll- 1
tui"
I i
I
| -.
.\
Hl.iin
I
\
I'
NOTICE OF
W4REHOUSEMANS SALE
' IS HKKKI'.V QIVKN that
n .. of Chapter R7S of Florida
i. Annotated Ware-
i and Warehouse Receipts,
ABK VAN LINKS a Florida
-. on l.y virtue "f Its wnrehnuse
hi its uamu ssion the follow-
!. -4he 1 u.-.-li.ilil--go.lv 115 the property
It* JJII.i: T'Kl.vri-; whoa*, last
. dnress nnn Box V-l. I& ut- 2,
\".C iiml Hint on tin- r.Hi
I ml..-r. \t*n during tin- legal
salt-, .inainlv between 11:00
ami ? "'.I in the nfterniMin
i V \\ Mth Avenue, IMami,
Jn- undr,. ,kii.-i1 shall off.-i-
.. th. hiajfasl hidiler for .ash
fTi- above ileaerlheil properl*
:.- nil.!, i'kim i
l Miami. Florida, this 11th
"I'U-nilw. i:m;v
ll 14-21
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AM. To WHOM THBSH PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. UHBETI.NUS:
Whereas, I)AVII> A. RUSSELL,
'.Miami, Klorkla; EDGAR Mil.I.Kit.
Miami. Florida; CONNIB MARINO,
Miami. Florida did on the "th day of
)k\ril, A.l>. 1967 cause to be in-
| roriiorati-d under the laws of the
I State of Florida WIIJisidk II, inc.
a oorporation, with its prlndpal place
of business at .Miami. Bade County in
the State of Florida, and Whereas
i the proper officers of such corpora-
I tiou did on the 27th day of June.
! All. l!n>!t. oauac to he filed in the
office of the Secretary of state of
the State of Florida, a Certificate of
1 Amendment changing- Its corporate
name to VICTOR DE8KJKS CORP.
| mid whereas such corporation did on
the Slat day of October. A.IV 1969,
i came to be filed in the office of the
; Secretary of Stale of Florida, the
! documentary authority required under
'. Section 608.27, Florida Statutes, sli.-u -
: ing the dissolution of BOoh corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
Stat.- does hereby certify to the fore-
: going an dthat he Is satisfied that
i the requirements of tin- law have
! been complied with.
I IN WITNKSS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed tin- rireal Beal of the State
I Of Florida, al Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the aist day of October \ l>
1 :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOHIDA.
Case No. 69-18728
NOTICE OF SUIT
.11' 1 > I"I*11 A Kid i Vt i flHIFFIN,
Jl KITH HERRERA,
fin mill i.
I. II
lONAClti mi:i:i;i:i:a
HKKKKKA. his wife,
id
TOM ADAMS
Secretarj of State
II 14 69
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
: is HUBF.ltY tllVKN thai
in -.- rsipii.-d. desiring to engage in
| under ilie rVlltloUN name ol
KTLH CABS at 1696.1 South Dixie
| Miami. Florida, Intends to
I said najni with the Clerk
ihe Circuit Court of li.ole County,
il
l 'NBOAT TRAVEL, INC.
iii i|(|a IN TAYI.I )|(.
President
I : \!.;- K SCHWARTZ
I rn< > for Applicant
I'll Floor Dade Federal Midi;
ml, Florida ::3131
11/14-21-28. u 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-18479
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PIKHHK JBAN 1IAPT1STK
V ill i.ff,
\ s
m;i. C JEAN BAPTISTE
.....'..-int.
tll.NAOE C JEAN BAPTISTE.
address: unknown, are re-
dd i file your answer to the
i divorce Ith the clerk
bove court and serve n ropy
i upon, HERMAN COHEN
:>. r in-n Conarum IHdg Miami.
on or before lie. ember IS,
i ir els* ...rnplaint mil be taken
I'ATHD N'ovefnber '. 1969
H B LEATHKKMAN
Cb-rk -.f the Cir, uii -ourt
By: N A HBWETT
Deputy Clerk
11 It-Si -2s. is r,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85666
".-.fate of
IUVI.N tlKRIfllTKK
I'. -..-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
0 All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
M Claims or ivmanils Against Said
late:
V..U ar.. hereby notified and requir-
lio pris.-nt any claims and demands
>Bi. h you may have against the e-
Meof 1KWIN OKRICIITKR deceased
l of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hinty Judcea of Pade County, and
' the same in duplicate and as
ovlded in Section 7S3.T6, Florida
lutes, in their offj.es in the County
lurthouKe In rv.id.- count v. Florida
"I'hin six calendar month* from the
* ot the first publication hereof.
the same will be barred,
baled ,.t Miami. Florida, this Huh
' "f November, A.I> 1969
JOSH HKplirN
Ak Kxecutor
rr-t publication of this tint Ice on
Htb day of November, I Ml
[OSH RBPHCN
Mnrney for Executor
." Washington Avenue.
Huui Beach, Fla. S3119
11/I4-21-M, 12 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HKREBY UIVEN that
the underxlKned, dealrlnR to .-nirau1.-
in i.u.-in.-s under the flctitinuH name
of CABANA UARDEN APTS al
III ." S W. IsTlli St., Miami inl.-nds
to rcKiMer mild name uiili the Clerk
"' the Circuit Cot...... Had,- t'ountv
Florida
CABANA UARDEN APIS. CORP
ll/lt-21-28 12 .".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74591 A
IN RE: Estate ..f
SAM FINBMAN,
l>e. eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
I NOTICB is hereby Riven that I
have HI,.I my Final Report and IV-
litlon for Histribuiioii and Final
I'is.-harK. as BxeCUltlX of the estate
of SAM FINBMAN. deceased: and
thai on the mi, ,iiiv 0f December,
: 1969, will apply to the Honorable
' ounty Ju-Ikcs of Onde County Flor-
ida for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as BxeCUtriX Of the estate of
th.- above-named decedent This :,th
. day ot November, 1969
kith F1NEMAN, Executrix
BPARBKH AND ROSKIN PA
Attorneyi, for Executrix
l"" North lllaca] n. Boulevard
Miami. Florida
ll/lt-21-28 12 :.
Defendants
TO: lONAClt) HERRERA
and..............
HKKKKKA. his wife.
It 111.11 ri.-u
< o i.i |>|.\ PBRBZ
4h West 17th Street
IIUhwlHeni Apt. .so. l^
New Vork, New York
TOO, EONACIO HrJKttBRA and
itLKKl'JtCA, his wile, it
married, are hereby notified inut a
Complaint to guiet Title has been
fUeu asalnat >..u on the following
des.-riheit property, u>-wit:
Tract "ll," Block m, of Revised
riai of I'ortlonx .; amended Plat
of Section l, COCNTRT CLUB
KSTA't BS, acevrutng to the Plat
tnereoi, revorucd m Plat Hook
24. Pace 3'.', oi the Puouc I.......!
of Dalle County. i .nda, formerly
known as Lots 61, ".2, Block M,
Of Section 1, of COUNTRY CI.III
KS'I Ai i;s. a.. oniini! to the plat
thereof, r,.....rded in Plat Book
l'.--. Pane 11. ot the Public Itecords
oi iia.ie County, Florida;
and you are reiiuired o. serve a
of your Answer ..i Pleading lo
Complaint to Quiet line on
t'lainiiM s attorn. \
l'A\ IS, i:s.,.i 1Kb,,
i'iiiI'Iiuk. I'.i Wesl
Miami, Florida aai.'W
and in. me oriKiiial
mi; in the oftice ol
I ll'eUlt I ..uii "1. or
Uit) of Dccemn
Tekoah Presents
Jews' Plea To U.N.
UNITED NATIONS iJTAl
Israel's Ambassador Yoscf Te-
koah has submitted Idlers from
18 Jewish families in the Soviet
Union to the United Nations
and the world pleading for help '
from the U.N. Human Rights
Commission which would enable
them to emigrate to Israel. The
letters were signed by the heads
of 18 families in the Soviet Re-
public of Georgia.
"We request you to take steps
to obtain in the shortest possi-
ble time permission for us to go
to Israel," the Russians said.
"The time of fear has passed
the hour of action has come."
gweralVfapel
Member:
National funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.K.D.A.
866-2353
720 Stttnif fint Strttt
"I'.v
tile
11
KOXAI.D l.
117 Blscayne
h'hiKler Slrei l,
I'n..a. :', -._-
..ism.-i- ur Plead-
the ci. rk ol the
i in lore ill.' I2i ii
:. ii i.,u lull
!>} default will be
tin i. lief di
lliplllllll li. ijuic
lo do so, jinn.ni.
taken iiKuinst y.
mantled in the
'I'llle
This Notice shall he published on. .
ea.ii week lor mur in i unsi. unvi
tveeks In THE JEWISH PLDK1D1AN
l i.vk ami i IKDEKED, ul Miami,
Hoi Ida, Mils lui......j ,.i .\o\emii. i
l:-i.'..
B. U LEATHBilJIAN,
CierK ircutt ourt
Han.- Count). Plortdu
By MAROI Elil i i: KENT
Depui) Clerk
(< 'n. uit Court Seal i
II 14-21-28, 13 5
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
in AND FOH DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. DS-HI832
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LUIS I'.AKASA
I'lalllllll,
VS
MIRIAM liAKASA
Di lendaiu,
VOU, MIRIAM I5AKASA, residence
Unknown, are required to file your
answer lo the romplninl tor divorce
with the clerk .-i the ah..v.- styled
court and serve a ropy thereof
upon HERMAN CoHEN ESQX'IRE.
1310-11 ConicresH llldic., Miami, Plorld.i
on or befori Dei mbei IS, 1969 "i
else romplalul will be taken ..- i
DATED: November l.'th. 1969
i; U l-EATHERMAN
clerk ..i thi Cin uit Court
By MARGUERITE KENT
ll '14-31-28 12 -.
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NORTH MIAMI'
FUNERAL
CHAPEL. INC.
LEVITT
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
SONNY LEVITT
Director
13385 West Dixie Highway
i X I-: 135th SI and N K I" Ave
North Miami, Florida
891-6444 947-2790
bitoarfes
BAIDA
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6M77-B
UH: EHtate of
1.1A ANN MYERS
-*Lsed.
3TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
"PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
ftVTH'E Is hereby Riven that I have
.i Final Report and Petition for
trihution and Final Dioeblvrae an
nlnlatratrii of the estate of JVI.ia
|N MYI-UtS, deceased: and that on
lMh day of December, 1969. will
py to the Honorable County .ludt.
|i.le County. Florida, for approval
I'"".I Final Report and for distrlhu-
land final dlseharse aa Admlnis-
ru of the stat. of the above-
1 decedent. This t;th day of
tttiber, ItM.
(siphedl
IJIHS. CBCBUA McCORMlCK
Administratrix
li E. I'AII. BEATTT
ney
tl'Ii I1BATTY
> hold llulbllllR-
p' llorlda 33131
11/14-21-2S. II
Iouis. 62. of 1S0O bay ltd., Miami
Beach patted away Nov. 7. HY
came here 40 years aso from Plt-
tBburgh, Pa Treasurer of Reth
Jaoob Congregation and married in
synuKouue. member of It'rlth Sho-
loni IjhIitp of Miami. -Miami Reach
F.Iks I.o.Iki- No. 1601, M I!. Civic
league, Itonvivants. Hotel Sales
Managers: Aaan., Ttirer Hay Club,
Flori.la State Chamber of Commerce,
Advertising Specialty Institui,- and
Specialty Advertlalag Aian, Burvlv-
v*\ by wife Anna: sons Farvin IV of
Philadelphia and Theodore s. of
mil. stepmother Bella Boitda of
M It : brothers Arthur M. and .lulltis
lioth of MB.; sister Mrs. Ituth
Dudowsky of NY.: grandson Mark
Michael Balda of PhlladelpHia. Ser-
vices were held Sunday nt Riverside
Chapel. With interment in Mt. Slnal
Cemetary.
COHEN. Tillie, 71, 1100 Ocean Dr..
Mil. Riverside
FRANK, tieraldine Herniee. :,::. '.'10
3rd St., M.H. Riverside.
KLEINMAN, Samuel. 69. 781 Jeffer-
son Ave.. M.B.
LIEBMAN, Ruth. M II. Newman.
ROSENBLUM, David, 73. .'.t1 Blue
Heron I>r.. Hallandale: Riverside.
shilling, Bertha Plhaok, 73, 1274
N.W. 7?th St. Gordon. Intermeat
Mr Sinai
BLOCK. Maude, SI, 6'.G5 Collins- Ave.,
M.H. Riverside
' HALLEN. Nathan, 89. ::'01 N.R 170th
j St. Riverside.
LIEBERMAN. Koala A.. 83, 1401 N E.
191st St. lUverslde.
! MEADOW. Dorothy. 73. 312 Ocean
Dr. MB. lUverslde. Interment Mt.
Slnal.
j NADELMAN. Mary. 6*. 1511 Pen-
nsylvania Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
; SHULTZ, Nat, 73. 1995 N.E. 117th
Rd. Riverside.
ABRAMOWITZ. Sarah. 14135 BIs-
cayne Blvd., N Miami. Blaoberg,
CUNNINGHAM, John H., 1E31 Tan-
triers St. C t; Riverside
ElsCfeR. Knilly, 90. KnO Washington
A\.-, M H Riverside.
FRANCO. Ralph. 74. Til S6lh St..
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt Sixil
HOROWITZ. Mark N'.. 8i, 9499 Col-
lins Ave. M.i>. Riverside.
DUBLER. Morris. I.. 9::, L'3" SW
23th Ave Riverside Interment Tem-
ple Israel.
GORODKO. Harold. 34. 1481 N.B
Miami Gardens I >t NM.II
kantrowitz. Sarah. 79. 1231 Pen-
nsylvania Ave. Ml: Riverside.
KLEIN. Frieda. 7:1. 17400 W. Dixie
lluy.. N.M.It. Riverside.
ROSE, I^-na, 79. 1333 Meridian Ave.,
M It. River.-ide.
SEMANSKY. Ethel, 73. 9137 Collins
Ave M H. N.-w man.
LEVINSON. l^mis. 7L'. I'*" N.E ^v'li
St Riverside. Interment Mt. final.
MUSIC. Marie, B, 1331 N.E. 107th
St. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
rampell. Bamuel Alanander, 7ii.
8H19 Emerson Ave Surl'side. River-
side [ntermenl Mi BinaL
WOLFF. Joseph Sidney. 77. 1600 Hay
ltd.. M I! Riverside.
BERNSTEIN. Sophie, 83, 1136 N.E.
105Ul Si Riverside.
FEINSTEIN. Abraham. S4. 1711 Col-
lins Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
FIUR. Anne It., 39. 10.37 S3rd St..
llnv Harbor Island. Riverside.
GOLDENTHAL, Hetty. 77. 3101 Col-
lins Ave.. m It Riverside.
HIRSCH. Annie, 81. 4747 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
KATZ. I.nuis. M195 Collins Ave..
M.B. Uthgow 3i.th St. Chapel-H.
lt.-yer Funeral Director.
LEVINSON, Ixiuls, 72. 9S0 N.B. 88th
St. Riverside.
SHER, Halle P., 39. 1331 N.B. Miami
Gardens I>t Riverside.
SLOVE, Jack. 48, 271 SW. 93rd
ft. Riverside. Interment Star of
David.
weissel. Aaron. 7o. IBM Pennsyl-
vania Ave M.B. Gordon. Interment
M r Nebo.
WOLF. Joseph Sidney. 77, 1300 Bay
Rd.. Mil. Riverside
PORTNOY. Joseph W 57. *2U SW.
63th Ave. Riverside Temple Israel
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!iami, Florida Friday, Novembsr 14, 1969
Section C
Parley Delegates Pass Resolutions
KIAMESH \ LAKE, N.Y. iJTAi
The United Synaqo^uo of Amer-
i i adopted a resolution at Its bi-
lial convention calling on its
agogues to associate with the
v-day peace moratorium this
eh by offering special prayers
peace in Vietnam and schedul-
speciaJ studies on peace in the
eregational schools
Another resolution on Vietnam
nmended President Nixon for
thdrawing American troops and
i that their withdrawal be
eded while the government
vet more energetically to end
muiKvir.rii'.. Tile L'.fi.'lO ill le-
s went on record as favoring
ut in defense expenditures and
allocation of funds thus saved
meet the critical problems ol
>an America.
K. Kennedy, say that the United
States should make major changes
n. its Middle East policy. "Wash-
ington," he said, "should call off
the present super-power talks, be-
cause they waste time and time
minus lives. Instead," he said, "the
governmi nt should press Moscow
for a n w agreement to keep the
forces ol both powers out of any
new Middle Bast conflict, to ar-
range for the emigration of the
20,000 Jews left in Arab stale;,
i. I provide for final si ttlenv nt
: compensation of ail Arab ref-
igecs." He said the United States
| should oppose the one-sided resolu-
10ns Ol !h. United Nations.
Another speaker at the gather-
tig v. as Sen. Charles Goodell (R-
N.Y.) who told the delegates that
the United Sta1 s, in his opinion.
Id prtss for direct p ace ne-
gotiations between the Arabs and1
Isra I.
A glimmer of hope that an I
Arab-Israeli agreement will even-
allj i r. achi d was se n by Dr.
Yaacov Herzog, director general of
I th'- Prime Minister's office, who
declared, "There are signs that in
Certain Arab circle:; there is a be-
ginning of understanding and
acci ptance, however unwilling, of
the pi rmanence ol Isra. I as a t ic-
ior in the Middle East scene. The
iron curtain which has sealed
minds and frontiers for over 20
years has been somewhat raised."
| he declared, 'ami whatever the
future events, it will never come
down."
A resolution recognizing the "in-
uties and lack ol consistency"
state laws governing abortion
is also passed and the 835 affili-
ated Conservative congregations
.. -re urged to study the question
: i bring their concern to the at-
t ntion of state anil f< deial legis'a-
tures, with a view to the liberal-
atlon of such laws.
Among the social action resolu-
tions passed by the organization,
into which 34 new congregations
re inducted during the conven-
I in, were protests against th
anti-Semitic policies of the Soviet
ion and Poland.
Rabbi Harry Halpern, of Br ok
lyn. N.Y.. chairman of the Joint
Commission on Social Action of
I i United Synagogue and Rabbin-
al Assembly, told the delegate
I tat the responsibility of the Jew
i iward the Negro problem is no
ater than that of any other
white group of America. "But," he
id. "we have a religious mandati
I i help the poor and the down-
t odilen and we must carry it out
ler all conditions."
An Israeli affairs panel at the
; irley heard Theodore Sorensen.
i rmer adviser to President John
Miami News Editor Breakfast Speaker
Miami News editor Sylvan H.
Meyer is scheduled to be the guest
speaker at the second congrega-
tional in. aklast of the Temple
Beth Am Brotherhood, Bernard
i Goodman, preside nt of the organ!-
! zation, has announced. The event
| will take place in the temple's so-
cial hall at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Mr. Meyer, who was horn in
Atlanta. Ga., graduated from the
University of North Carolina and
held a Nieman Fellowship at Har-
vard University. He served with
(he U.S. Navy "from 19J.M946. re-
tiring frcm active s< rvice with the
ank of lieutenant.
Mi-. Meyer began his career in
the newspaper business when he
ecame managing editor ol the
University of North Carolina's
newspaper, the "Daily Tar Heel"
in 194*2. He later served as manag-
ing editor of the Gainesville, Ga.,
Daily Times, and was editor and
vice p. isidint of that paper from
1930 until March of I his year when
he was selected as editor of tile
Miami News
One of the ten American news-
pi per editors who were invited to
To Friends Off Th* Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W.. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
needs your help NOW.
The Home's costs are sky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
ond food service personnel hod to be raised from $1.15
to $ 1.50 per hour minimum.
Thi wage increase alone will cost the Home on ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
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 contribut ions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 and arrange for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P.& Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
visit the Soviet Union. Mr. Meyer
is a member of the Pulitzer Prize
Advisory Board, the American
Council on Education in Journal-
ism and the editorial hoard of Nie-
man Repoits in addition to !x> a
director of the American Society
Ol Newspaper Editors.
l
Conference On Violence
Forwards 53 Resolutions
A total of 53 resolutions were
forwarded to Washington for the
1970 White House Conference on
Children and Youth at the close oi
the five-day workshop on "The
i Kffects of Violence on Children
and Youth," which was sponsored
bj the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Repii si ntatives of youth serv-
ing .croups. ei\il rights organiza-
tions, schools, religious groups and
law enforcement agencies from all
over the nation attended the ses-
sions, which were held in Miami
Beach's shore Club Hotel.
CARIH Meeting Tuesday
\nshel Racki ft and Michael Lett
will be featured in a program m-
titlcd "You Don't Rend the Labels'
at the 11 a.m. meeting ol Lorber
Chapter, Children's Asthma Re-
search Institute and Hospital in
the Sweden House Restaurant.
14875 S. Dixie Hwy., Tuesday.
Martin Harrison has been ap-
pointed as assistant director
cf the Florida Memorial Col-
lege Development Fund. He
ha3 !5 years experience in
capital funds campaigns
throughout the country and
bachelor and masters de-
grees from New York Uni-
versity. The purpose of the
fund is to improve the eco-
nomic stability of the college.
Beth David Congregation vie president Sam Badanes, le::,
who is serving as ccchainr.an cf the Maimonides Award
Dinner Saturday. Nov. 22, in the Fontainebleau Hotel, dinner
marshal and Beth David executive board member Albert r
Beer, end Rabbi So! Landau, spiritual leader of the cor.
gation who is honorary chairman, finalize plans for the eve::-
at which congregation president Seymour Friend will .;?
hencred, receiving the award made by Shaare Zedek Gen-
eral Hospital of Jerusalem in recognition of his dedicaL::i
to his community, the hospital end to Israel.
Planning Temple Or Olcm's first annual lecture series
which will feature David Susskind, Frank Mankiewicz ar.i
Fierre Salinger as speakersare temple president Jack
Lubin, left. Sisterhood president Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, Mrs.
Murray Kaye. project chcirman, and Rabbi Ralph Glixmaa
Lecture proceeds will go towards building a new sanctuary.
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Lc In inan Is Honor Society Speaker fellier JOIHS Staff Of T AS AdVISOr
Rabbi Irving Lchrman, ipiritual
I. ad r of Temple Kmanu-KI. Miami
Beach, spoke on the topic "Re-
sponsible Leadership on the Col-
kge Campus" at the Omicron
Delta Kappa homecoming lunch-
eon held recently In the U-M's
Faculty Club, which was attended
by students, faculty administra-
tion and returning alumni.
Dr. Lchrman was initiated into
th. national leadership honor so-
ck t. which was the first nn'iopnl
college honor society to recognize
meritorious leadership and service
in extra-curricular activities and
general campus citizenship last
May. Selected for his outstanding
contributions to the community,
Dr. Lchrman was the first mem-
ber from outside the academic
world to be tapped for "Honoris
Causa" in recent years.
Omicron Delta Kappa is located
In 118 colleges around the country.
Kfraim H. Gale, e cutive di-
rector, has announced the appoint-
ment of Arnold (Arniel L. Feiner
u. the stafl of the YM-YWHA ol
Greater Miami, 8T>00 SW 8th St.
A graduate "f Brooklyn College.
where he n ceived a B.A. degree in
mi-
cxplorc and reduce the rate of re-
cidivism for psychiatric patients.
Mr. and Mrs. Feiner are expect-
ing the birth ol their first child in
February.
Gov. LeRoy Collins
Is Dinner Honoree
U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh, (D-Ind.)
will be thi guesl speaker at a
Deauvillc Hotel dinner Sunday in
honor of former Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins. The program committee has
also arrangi d for entertainment
bj Minnie Pearl of Grand Ole
Opry fame, and an appearance by
movie actress Janet Leigh.
Proceeds Lorn the dinner s|x>n-
sored by the Civic League of Mi-
ami Beach will be used to augment
the League's scholarship fund and
to pay the deficit remaining from
Gov. Collins' campaign last fall.
Attorney Irving Cypen is serv-
ing as chairman of the event.
Dr. Nixon On Leukemia Board
Dr. Daniel D. Nixon, clinical in-
structor in medicine. University of
Miami School of Medicine, has ac-
cepted appointment to the board
of trustees of Dade-Monroe Chap-
ter, Leukemia Society of America.
attorney Irving J. Whitman, chap-
ter president, has anounccd.
Israel Featured On Ch. 23
The "Of Lands and Seas" pro-
gram on Ch. 2.1 Thursday from
; 7:.".0 to 8:30 p.m. was to feature a
; visit to "IsraelFrom Dan to the
Dead Sea." with Col. John Craig.
host, interviewing world traveler
: William Stockdale. In addition to
showing the land of Biblical tradi-
tion, the people of Israel who live
and work among these shrines
hard working, religious, a mixture
of .'.rah. Israeli and other nation-
alities were to be pictured.
Membership Drive Ended
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood was to
hold its annual membership meet-
ing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, culmi-
nating its membership drive. New
members were to be presented, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Sam Poll in. president, and
a book review by Habbi Max Sha-
piro was to highlight the program,
in observance of Jewish Book
Month.
'Your Neighbor' Is Topic
An informal "Know Your Neigh-
: bor" panel discussion has been set
for 12:30 p.m. Wednesday by the
: Temple Mcnorah Sisterhood. The
panel will discuss what it is like to
In a member of a minority group
in America today at the meeting
in the Crimson Room of the tem-
pie. 7435 Carlyle Ave.
Women's League To Meet
The Florida Chapter. Womi n's
I-rague for Israel, will meet in the
auditorium of Forte Towers. 1200
West Ave.. at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
Nov. 20. A package party will fol-
OW the program.
Judge Edward E. Klein, judge
oi the Civil Court cf Record
and a member cf the Dade
County Bar Assn., has been
elected president of the Civil
end Criminal Court of Record
Judges' Association. He is a
member cf the Florida Re-
gional Board of the Anti-
Defama'.ion League of B'nai
B'tith.
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and the Jewish Big Brother Pro-
gram. He received his Master's de-
;-reo in Social Work from Adelphi
University.
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Mr. Feiner, who will serve as
adviser Id XU1' young singles and
coordinate activities between the
YMHA and the Jewish Youth
Council, has worked with children
ages 6 to 18 while employed by
the Children's Aid Society in New
York, and with low income fami-
lies in connection with his work at
New York's Lincoln Hospital. He
also served as group director at
Hillside Department of Social
Services, New York City.
Before coming t" Miami, he was
on the staff of Brooklyn Veterans
Hospital, where he was responsi-
ble lor establishing and structur-
ing an experimental program to
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Children's Luncheon Tuesday
Temple /.ion sisterhood spon-
sored a luncheon and story hour
in honor of Jewish Book Month
fur children from second to sixth
grade at the temple Tuesday.
Friday, November 14, 1969
Neliama Lifschitz
In Beach Concert
Soih;s of Israel and a few favrj.
rites in Knglish will be presented
by Nehama Lifschit/. who has
been called "The Soul of Russian
Jews." in her 8:.">0 p.m. concert In
the Miami Beach Auditorium Sat-
urday. Nov. 22.
Once the leading Jewish singer
in the Soviet Union. Miss Lifschitz,
who now makes her home in Is-
rael. Ls on a nationwide tour of the
United States under the patronage
of Israel's Prime Minister Golila
Meir and Yitzhak Rabin, the U-
at li Ambassador to the United
States.
Four Represent Hospital
At Heart Assn. Convention
Four staff members will repre-
sent Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
at the 42nd annual national con-
vention of the American Heart As-
sociation in Dallas. Tex. this week
Dr. David J. Bicker, coordinator
,if O dais' coronary care unit is
lii acting the delegation. The others
are Mrs. Adeline J nkins, R.N.. in-
structor in intensive can; Miss
Kdith Kellnheuser, R.N., head
nurse, intensive care, and Miss
Mary E. Cunningham, director of
. ducat ion.
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as the remains of an ancient Canaanite city are uncovered,
perhaps the diggers recall its capture by Joshua's army
3,200 years ago and wonder how it looked seven centuries
earlier when Abraham passed nearby with his family, herd
and flocks on their Biblical journey southward. Today, every
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8-Patient Prefab Coronary Unit At Cedars of Lebanon
The first of three segments of
a i-refabricated eight-patient coro-
nary care unit has been swung by
q heavy crane onto its foundations
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
[321 NVV 14th St.. and will be
ready fr staff orientation almost
i mediately. The hospital previ-
, sly had facilities for only four
coronary patients.
The unique self-contained, pre-
J assembled specialized care unit,
'called a "Modular Medical Struc-
| ture." comes complete every-
i thing is supplied except nurs.'s, pa-
I ticnts and bed-linrn and is the
I first such pre-fab unit installed in
i this country.
Made in Miami by Medical Fa-
cilities Construction Inc.. 65 NK
27th St.. a subsidiary of Electro
Systems, Inc., San Francisco, the
prototype is going up at Cedars
because S. K. Bronstein executive
1 vice president of the hospital, is
one of two Miami men who helped
(1 Sign the units. The other Miami
man whose ideas are incorporated
in the "instant" hospital unit is
architect Irvin Korach. of the firm
o! Smith, Korach. Hayet, Lippack,
Haynie and Associates.
Oneg Shabbat Planned
The Oneg Shabbat at Temple
Or Olom Friday evening will be
under the sponsorship of Topai
A.Z.A.. it has been announced.
Mrs. Bulbin On Board
Mrs. Joseph S. Bulbin of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, was elected a
member of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods' board
ol directors for a term of four
years during the Organization's
27th Biennial Assembly in Miami
Beach recently.
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ANew Day In Corporate Employment
B.v SAXIOKD KLEINKK
IK* printed from September hm
of "ADL ItnllHia" national
publication of B'liiii B'rith's
Ant i-I). I amat ion Lcaullc)
Corporate management is not
what it used to be. The old staid
iiuaftc of management has been
exploded by an influx of new con-
cepts, new methods and new pco-
ple. As a result, there are new
opportunities for Jewish and
other minority group youth. Since
satisfying financial rewards .are
attainable for those with the abil-
iiy to advance themselves in cor-
porate munagenjeijt-. this is an im-
portant development.
$12,000. (The inexperienced classi- management and executive levels
fication was defined as those who of certain American industries
Law had one year or less ol full- Those Jews who were so (
time business experience. I : were
... i ir areas. .-
As the individual proves himself jr ;( prcdominantiy Jewish market.
capable of handling greater re-
sponsibility and ascends the ladder
toward middle management and,
perhaps, upper management, his
financial compensation increases
accordingly. Middle management
salaries today range from 515,000
tn 525,000. depending upon the
size of the company, the degree of
responsibility and authority one
has. and the relative importance of
one's function.
Those who Vise into senior man-
Part of the explanation for the
historic undcr-utlllzation of Jews
can be found In earlier practices of
overt discrimination. Indeed, then'
was a time when certain compa- [
nies mad' no secret of their dis-
criminatory hiring practices. To-
day religious discrimination in
corporate employment is the ex-
ciption rather than the rule. Few
companies consider an individual's
religious affiliation as a criterion
Jeny Sussmcn (second ircm left) receives the congrcrtulcrtions
of Southeastern Region director Rabbi Allan Rutchik, left,
incoming national president Jack Stern, and Temple Me-
norah's Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, after being elected a
national vice president of United Synagogues of America.
A founder of Temple Menorah, Miami Beach, Mr. Sussman,
who has served cs president of the Southeastern Region,
has long been active in the CortfefVative movement.
iagement can look forward to com-j for employment. This is due pri-
According to Dr. Frank S. F.ndi- pensation ranging between $.",0,000, marily to the combined effects ol
COtt. placement director at North-I and 550.000 per year. Of course, an enlightened business commum-
western University who conducts few individuals rise to the very ty, the work of civil rights agen-
an annual survey of the college 1 top of their company's structure.
recruiting scene, the predicted Still, it is interesting to note that
average for 1969 starting salaries according to a survey conducted
indicates that engineers will be early in 1968 by "Fortune Maga-
offered about 5818 per month, ac- I zinc." the average annual comiK-n-
countants about 5737 per month, sation awarded to the five highest
business administration graduates | paid executives in the fifty largest
about 5668 per month and liberal industrial corporations in the
orts graduates about 5657 per
month. Dr. Endicott estimates that
those with Master's degrees can
expect to be offered between 5924
and 5991 per month, depending
upon their course of study and
work experience1.
Other estimates are even high-
i i The annual Placemen! R< port
of the VI.B.A. class of 1968, Issui -1
by thi Hai vard Univ< rsity S
of Busin id mil tration, n
thai I hi tn lary ,
. by the i il the
. responi lenl a ol the
c lass ol 1968 was $12,50 I. F n
se with 1 hnical radu-
ati nds, the median was
M. 700. For th se v ith non-
technical backgrounds, it was
United States was 5196.000.
For many years, there was a
marked absence of Jews at the
eies. such as the Anti-Defumation
League of B'nai B'rith, and the en-
actment of federal, state and local
anti-discrimination laws.
Still, because of the image that
had been created by offending
companies and industries, many
Jews have been skeptical about
'entering the field of corporate
(Continued on Page !)-<)
Rabbi Zielonka Participates
Rabbi David Zielonka of Con-
gregation Schaarai Zedek, Tampa,
is participating in the Religious
Emphasis Week program of Polk
Junior College. Winter Haven, as
a lecturer.
The rabbi is representing the
Jewish Chautauqua Society, which
attempts to create better under-
standing of Jews anil Judaism
through education and is sponsor-
Ill Religious Emphasis Week
ed by the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods.
Now Parents Can Learn
Oholei To rah Day School is pre-
<. nting (lasses, symposiums and
workshops in the auditorium of the
school on Monday evenings, to give
parents of Hebrew School children
an opportunity to learn about the
Torah an I Mltzvoh.
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Voters will so to the polls in
Miami and Miami Beach Tuesday
to register their preferences for
candidates for scats on their re-
spective City Councils.
Miami Mayor Stove'Clark, who
s< i'ks reelection, is opposed by
[van Nachman and William H.
McMahon. Irwin G. Christie faces
Stuart Morrison and former Mu-
nicipal Judge Carlos K. Fernandez
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iho only incumbent to reach the
run-offs, is oppos.-d by Herbert
Magnes for the Group 3 seat.
Braiuson To Seek South Miami Post
Jerry Hershkowitz of Ameri-
can Service Corp., Miami,
has been appointed as
general chairman of the 58th
annual convention and ex-
hibit of the Linen Supply As-
sociation cf America. More
;han 1,000 linen suppliers
and associates are expected
:o attend the convention on
Miami Beach. May 3-8, 1970.
S ,uth Miami CPA Ed Rramson,
who has been serving on the Citj
'Council for four years, lias an-
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-dale for mayor-In the February
municipal ii ctions.
Mr. Bramson proposed the city's
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on fntcr-GovernmentaJ Relations
I of the Florida League at Munici-
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the South Miami Hospital Associa-
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Mr. Bramson, his wife, Dolores,
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Cedars Readies For
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Mrs. Harry Lewis, whose hus-
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Lebanon Hospital, will be chair-
man of Decorations and Theme at
the hospital's 8th Anniversary Ball
this year. The black-tic dinner-
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Grand Ballroom of the Fontaino-
bleau Hotel.
Gi nernl chairman of the Ball is
Saul Silbcrman, pn sklent of Trop-
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CARIH Barbecue Planned
The first social event of the re-
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Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, Inc.,
(left) receives silver Oscar of Industry awarded his company
trom Dr. Joseph H. Taggart, Dean of the Graduate Schools
of Business, New York University and chairman of the
Independent Board of Judges of Financial World. The pre-
sentation was made at the annual awards banguet in New
Ycrk honoring more than 100 winners in Financial World's
29th annual report survey to stimulate the preparation of
tetter corporate annual reports.
Trial Size of Israeli Products Offered
Disney Film Pair

At Local Theatres
A family doubleheader opera on
Friday at Wometco's Miami. Mir-
. 163 d Stn et, Palm Spi I
Carlyle. Gatewav, Plaza, Hallan-
and Bora Raton. Showing will
h,- the Walt Disney films "Swiss
Family Robinson." and "Parenl
Trap."
: tv-i starring James Gar-
nei am'. Gayle Kunicut, ul at
Hi,. 1; roi 1 ilympia, Sh n s. Suni-
land and Gables Theatres. Th<
film Camille 200 1. starl of which
has biii: delayed, is sl-1-. duled to
01H-11 at th Mayfair, Sunset and
Normandy.
An adull intrigue movie fl
in Miami am! the Bahamas called
'Judy's Little No No" will Ix^in
its run at the Corai Way. iJTth
Avenue, North Da>le and Davi
Boulevard Drive-ins on Friday.
Funny Girl" is continuing at
radcland Twin 2. and "A Place
For Lovers" at Twin 1: "Groet-
ll gs" at tiie Parkway, and the
Surf is still showing "Bullitt" and
"Bonnie and Clyde."
Two popular Israeli-made prod-
ucts, Bath Orcn and Dermapon.
are being introduced in America
1 his fall. Made by Taya. Ltd.. Tel
Aviv, these "soapless" soap have
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The three honorees for a thn 1
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Mrs. Leah Alterman of the I.R.
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Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. chapter
co-ordinator of membership was |
chairman of the drive. Mrs. Sher-
man Fast, a Miami Beach Chapter
vice-president, was chaiman of the
Israeli Fashion Show, in honor of
new members, held at the Miami
Beach Auditorium. Mrs. Philip
Thau is chapter president.
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Miami Happenings
N it and Mary Pottunkln'i rc-
to Europf took them to
S| ain; Cannes, France,
a it. : .
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Rohi-rt Bohan and Carloa Feld-
n ol \\ :f>iijiii'itoii Federal
.- nii'i .mil i.oan Association of
' I iaml Beach .. e featun d !< c-
'" !-' :' a series o1 si minars
1 ntlj in Rio de Jan iro
irt : a continuing i i
' training Latin Americans in
.'. hni [lies of savings and
1 .elation administration
opei ation.
George Malln, 8101 SW 72nd
Ave has txen named to the
Miami Board of Realtors. Mr.
who came here 25 ; ars
: :: Pittsburgh, is ow i r
r< ?ident ol the Merchants
Credit Bureau, 666 N.W. 36th
St. Ernie Jones, president i
tors I ord, ann ..!. d that
its i il awards I in hi on will
b In Id in the Dupont Plaza il -
i Nov. Th< a\ i Is will in-
he Pi st end Marj i ..
Trophies and Presidential cita-
tions. Luncheon theme, he said,
will "This Is Am. rica."
Mrs. Ted Lottermon (center) past president of the Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, greets officers of the Association
d Florida Hospital Auxiliaries Mrs. Fay Carpenter, Candy
Striper chairmen, left, and first vice president Mrs. Yale
levinson of Miami Beach at the first fall meeting.
Benefit Concert Will
Aid Young Performers
The second annual benefit con-
for the Scholarship Fund of
the Socii t. for Young Perform rs
will be hi Id at the Edi n Roc Hotel
Monday, Jan. 5, and will feature
pianist Marty Forstcr, operatic
baritone Eugene Holmes, violinist
And! G !!:< rg, the Shi han Family
Pian > Quartet, sln^i r Louis Silver.
cer Mark G Idwebb r, and ac-
compai i Doi othy Zle fler ai I
Esthi i Barrett.
Thi Socic i... nrganiz d in 1967
>< Ruth Brotman, has givi n nu-
n is s holarshii s and m rit
iwards to assisl > oung pci formers
in tiir music and itta world in
their struggl for education and
recoi nil ion.
A Bit Of Italy This Week
At Eight Burdine's Stores
A bit of Italy will be as close as
the nearest Burdine's store from
, now until Nov. 22. Eight stores
will be participating in "Two
Worlds of Italy" ft aturing Italian
crafts, arts and fashion.
The activities will be highlighted
by social, fashion and fine arts
events, and include such guests as
Italy's Ambassador to the United
States, Egidio Oitona; Dr. Fausto
Condt mi, Italian Trade Commis-
sioner for the Southern United
States; Dr. Alfredo Lcnzi, Italian
Consul G: neral, and Italy's Com-
mercial Ministi r, Dr. Alberto
Rossi.
Miami Bee .h city council candidate Paul Seiderman is
flanked by Miami Beach civic leaders an_l supporters Sam
Goldstein (!e!t) and George Talianoff.
'Unisex* Fashion At Luncheon Show
'Chug Ivri' Meets
Massachusetts Club Eleetion Is Scheduled
An election of officers and di- sachusetts Club of Greater Miami
i" ctors for 1970 was to be held at j at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Bel
the monthlv meeting of the Mas- Air* Hotel. Miami Beach.
ALL CANDIDATES A6REE.
ZIP CODE SPEEDS
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The club is sponsoring a Thanks-
giving Day dinner at the Bel Aire
Hotel on Thursday. Nov. 27. An
invitation is extendtd to all for-
m< r residents of Massachusetts to
join the club, of which Harry
Boyer is pn sident.
Women's Council Meets
A movie compli ted by Alan King
or, a recent ti; to Israel was fi a-
, tured at the regular met ting of
the Women's Council. Israel His-
tadrut, in the Forte Towers on
Wednesday. The Women's Council
has undertaken the building of a
Pan nis' Home In Israi 1 as their
project for this year, according to
an announcement made by Mis
| Jack Wolfsti in, president.
"Israel's Redemption Longings
as Expressed in its Prayers" was
the topic discussed by Mrs. Leon
, Segal at the first meeting of the
i new season held by the "Chug
Ivri" Hebrew speaking group in
' the Temple Menorah auditorium
on Wednesdav.
Theme of this year's Golden
Harvest Luncheon and Fashion
Show Tuesday in the Past and
West Ballrooms of the Fontalne-
bleau Hotel is the "Unisex Thing."
Sponson d by th" Women's Com-
mittee of Variety Children's Hos-
pital, the fund-raiser is being
"angeled" by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Simone.
The fashion pageant will feature
high-style gowns from Wilma's of
\i w York and men's wear from
Baron's of Lincoln Road which, ac-
cording to manager Ronald Kotler,
is being shown for the first time
in Miami. Adrian Thai will be
showing his ncwi st in furs for the
1970 season.
More than 450 reservations have
already been made, according to
Mrs. Edward J. Melnikcr and her
cochaiimen, Mrs. Neil Miller and
Mrs. Harry B. Simone. Mrs. Wil-
liam Wisnesky is chairman of the
reservations committee, which also
includes Mrs. George McLean. Mrs.
Bi n I.< vin and Mrs William DHa-
hunt.
Honorary c.iairmon of the- tradi-
tional social are Mrs. Sailing Ba
ruch and Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick;
the' hostesses corps is directed by
Miss Evelyn Mitchell. President ol
I he group is Mrs. Gene Gabriel.
Miami Ballet Opens
With Original Works
The Miami Ballet will open it?
19fi<)-70 si ason Saturday. Nov. 22.
at the Dade County Auditorium.
Three guest artists Alba Calzada.
Victoria Leigh and Jean Paul Co-
mclin- will In- featured, perform-
ing the original works of Miami
Ballet choreographers Beatrice La
Verne. Martha Mahr. Alfa Liepa.
Robert Pike and Jean Paul Come
lin. under the direction of Thomas
Armour.
The Ballet com] any Was founded
in 1951 as an outlet for the cre-
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raphers, composers, set and cos-
tume designers.
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Friday. November 14, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Vavithrotzezu
RABBI ABRAHAM RKX-HIU.KI.
Young Israel of Miami Roach
Even before liis birth, Jacob our
Father, was engaged In B conflict
with his elder brother Esau, the
'ancestor ol (he Edomite peoples
and representative of the other n i-
tlons of the world. In the Torah
portion Of this week we read:
"Vayithrotzczu habonbn bekirba,
. and the sons struggled within
her." Rebecca is told: "Two nations
re in thy womb, and two peoples
shall be separated from thy bowels.
.-iint the one |KHple shall be strong-
er than the other people. an^J the
elder shall serve the younger."
What then is the nature of this
anticipated conflict, and must we
endure it eternally?
History tells ,.s that this s, :
lion and strife was vicious and
cruel, and was the source of much
bloodshed ami hatred between
Kdom and Israel. Even during I I
Kingdoms of Israel and Judea the
Edomites could not t>e completely
subdued, bat persisted in their at-
tacks W.' find therefore in the
book of Amos the warning of
strict punishment to Kdom "be-
cause he did pursue his brother
with sword and did cast off his
pny and he kept his wrath for-
ever." The force.i conversion of
the Edomites by Yochanan-Hyrkan
of the Hasmonean rule, in the
h ginning of the first century
B.C.E., proved to be truly tragic
for the Jewish people. It led to the
rulership of Herod, descendant
from the Edomites and Roman
pupiK't. and the consequent de-
struction of the Second Temple.
Since that time the word Edom
has boon used to refer to the
Oiristian-Roman dynasty and to
all those who have followed in the
persecution and destruction of the
nation of Israel, secmincly with-
out end.
But is thLs conflict eternal? Arc
we. the descendants of Jacob, fated
to battle in a perpetual struggle
with the descendants of Esau?
Encouragingly, we do find much
that is positive about the relation-
ship between Israel and Edom.
The Tor;-h speaks not merely of
brothers, but of "to<>nim."
"twins." wiio can share a similar
heritage and goal. The Torah ad-
monishes the Jews: "Do not
abominate an Edomite, for he is
your brother." The prophet
Odabiah. a convert from the
Edomites. reprimands Edom for
"his eternal hatred of Israel." and
concludes with the words "Valu
moshiim me'iar tzion." "And
saviors shall come up from Mount
7.ion to judge the mount of Esau.
and tie kingdom shall be the
Lord's," showing the ultimate rec-
ognition of the supreme authority
of the divinitv of Israel.
The most heartwarming and In-
spirational story about the iv>s-
sibilitiea of "teonim" as a relation-
ship of deep mutual understanding
and love, is the Talmudk tale,
quoted by Rashi in this week's
parsha. of Antoninus, a great Ro-
man noble, and his c'ose friend-
ship and admiration for Rebi Judah
Han i impiler of the Mishnah.
The two fiic.ids engaged in deap
philosophical ami theological dis-
cussions. Rebi once assured An-
toninus thai he would have a share
in the world to come, and at his
death wept in great despair
The most revealing qu
posed by Antoninus to Rebi is
quoted in the Talmud Yerushalmi.
Megilah, 1.13 when Antoninus
asked "Can 1 eat of r" fish
Leviathan in the lays the
Messiah?" and w s answ n ; 9
But when he asked "Can I <
the paschal lamb"" Ri
no. What was the iva- n
difference" R bi explained that
the Leviathan repress -
of universal progress
enment, when all nations
harmoniously. The pasch I lamb
however, symbolizes the un
spiritual heritage of Israel al
and there must always remain this
distinction from the other na-
tions. An! similarly, as Rashi also
quotes, the Gemorah Avodah
ZaTah 11 renders the words "shneij
ttoyim"- "two nations" as also
meaning "geyim" "proud peoples."
two peoples recognizing in dignity
their separate cultures and still
living in [vice with deep mutual,
respect.
So the message of this week's
parsha i.s that there can indeed be
a relationship of "teonim." of,
twins, between Israel and Edom.
but that it cannot be achieved by
smug and insincere inter-faith
: dialogues, but only through true
' admiration for the spiritual dis-
tinctness of the sons of Jacob. The:
; Torah reading of this week carries
'a clear call and message to the'
whole Gentile world, particularly
in the light of the Hitler hol.x-aust
\ and the miraculous establishment
of the State of Israel, that the
time has arrived to admit to the
truth of the divine ultimate decree '
of "Verav yaavod t/air and the
: elder shall serve the younger-" in
i order to achieve the ultimate re-
; lationship of "teonim." Then will
bo fulfilled the prophecy of
Obadiah: "Yehava tHasheml
I.amoluchah anil the Kingdom
shall be the Lord's."
By RABBI SAMUEL 3. FOX
What is the "Setulali Shlishit'*?
The "third meal eaten on the Sab-
bath is called "Seudah Shlishit."
The Friday evening meal is the
first meal, the Sabbath lunch is
the second hteal. The Sabbath lati
afternoon meal is the "Seudah
Shlishit."
DMMMMHMW
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Toledot
Isaac blesses Jacob, whose ms are wrapped in the skins
of young goats.
And his father Isaac said unto him: 'Come noir now, and
kiss me, my son' And he smelled the smell of his raiment,
and blessed him" iGen. 27.26-27).
TOLEDOTLike Sarah. Rebekah at first was barren. After j
I- ac prayed to God on her behalf, she bore twin sau
and. Jacob. Esau grew up a hunter. Jacob an upright r in
tents. One day. Esau returned from the field very hungry, and
disdainfully sold his "eld. r son" birthright to Jacob for a pot
of lentil soup. Isaac was old and blind and likely to die soon. Ho
called Esau and instructed him to prepare Isaac's favorite
dishes, that ho might bless him before his death. However.
Rebekah, who favored Jacob for his .superior merits, arranged
for Jacob to secure his father's coveted blessing instead of his
elder brother. Fearing Esau's revenge, and anxious lest Jacob
marry a ("anaanite woman, his mother sent him to her brother
Laban, who lived in Padcl.m-Aram. Before leaving. Jacob received
Isaac's blessing, the continuation of G.i's original blessing to
Abraham: that ho and his seed would Inherit the land of
Canaan. Isaac I b marry one of his uncle l. -
dau
This recounting of the Weekvy Portion of tha Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage,**
edited* by P Wollman-Tsamir. S15. Publisher is Shengold, and th*
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sehlang.
Whs b.is rabbinic tradition
placed -o much emphasis on this
meal?
The r sider it an
3.....- one three meals on
the S i ith, This I Ived fr >m
.'. ponion in which MS -
directed the people of Israel to I
n the S ibbath which
I from Fr 1 ty bc-
i was to be found
at tin step on the Sabb ith.
In th | sa ige Exodus 161 the
word "today" is mentioned three
times ate that three meals
are to be c nsumed ":i the S
bath. b lay special em-
phasis on the third meal because
this meal cor.; '.etc- the require-
ment of the three meals. Also, this
particular meal is not eaten at a
period when the individual is
hungry since he had already oat-
en lunch previously. Thus, this
meal is eaten for the sake of ful-
filling the commandment of the
Almighty.
It is a general indication that
food is consumed on the Sabbath
not just to satisfy one's physical
appetite, but rather to fulfill one's
obligation to God. Also, it raises
the Sabbath table to a position ol
reverence far above that of the
weekday ta'ole.
Some say that this gives us an
indication of the fact that the
weekday habit in olden times was
to consume two meals n day. The
thinl meal which is added on the \
Sabbath thus constitutes a luxury
and indicates the added pleasure
that a pood Jew derives by observ-
ing the Sabbath. Traditionally, the
third meal is a modest one com-
pared to the other two to indicate
that it is not being eaten bcouisi
one is hungry but rather for spiri-
tual pleasure.
Mrs. Zimmerman Speaker
Mrs Harry Zimmerman, who
recently returned from Israel, was
thi j ker al >' m> n I
met ting : HI ret Israel '"
in s .-ial hali
''.' It lay. Step'.-. lartinez is
sident of the group, which :
the first of its bi-mc nthlj
Chanukah Carnival Planned
The second annual I
Carnival and Bazaar sponi
the H< bn w A< PTA will
be held at the Acadenr. 3
Nov. 22, beginning at 8:30 p.m.
and all day Sunday. Nov. 2 I
tured will be game booths, ri -
music and an opportunity to do
your Chanukah shopping.
r^eliqiioHS *^<
l9
ervices
MIAMI
4.HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Brr. 1
4NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Av.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. Z
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. __ *
Friday ] in Sermon: "Can rnera !"
., Moratorium "" War?" Saturdaj
11:15 am. Oar Mltxvah: Gary, h......t|
Mr- Barbara Slatko; Rui-wll, ami ol
Mr. and Mr-. Ellla HaracheB.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi So! Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipion. 4
Friday :. pin and 8:30 pan Pine Art*
n "Mark Chagall v-
. a I." Snturda} 9 a m Thi
!., won, Bar Mitxvnh: Stuai I,
Ktn ol Mr ."'I Mrs, Marvin Singer,
". pin Mincha.
BETH EL. 500 SW* 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff. S
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 'J m 5
|i in Mini ha.
Koith,
Lang.
on "f Mr. ami Mrs I,,
I
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Diekson. 6
I'm. I. iv g:is p.m. Pioneer Sabbath.
Sermon: "Through Storm* We Grovt
Followed by Oneg Bhahbat, Saturday
- |3 ., -:i Sermon: "Thin I- Our
. ... tion." 4:80 p in Portion
Law j pm Sermon: "A Comparlaon
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
Friday i i> in Sermon "Wi Speak
,.f I', .,.-.- and Promote Wm Pol-
low ...i bj i inea Shabbat
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Prida) 8 IS pm Sermon: "The Golden
Age cf American Judnlm: is li
II. r." II.-,.- Il Guile- Will M Xevel
I in..'"
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetr..
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander *
Groat. t St
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington A
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. jj
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield'
Cantor Abraham Seif. j7
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram'
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 pm Sermon: "Educate
For Peace." Servloea dedicated in
MIT: ami Conxei ration ..f Firsi u,
Hebrew Students, Baturdny >
.liar MilKA'itli' Bam, sun ui J|r ,.,|
Mi> George Katzenberg
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.'
ward Klein. 29
l'ii,l-i> 8:16 p in ORT Bhabbal Her"
nii.n: "Teai hing >lhi r to II, Ip Tl
.-.i\.~." Salurdaj N 15 a in Har M
van: Milan Michael, aon .f vi, j
Mi Jack l>. Axelrod.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Webes-
man. sg
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Prlda) B:3n p.m. and R:lf p m. iJucsi
> tker: Melvyn B. Prumkew Topir:
Arab propaganda in bade and
Droward Countlea." Saturday i"
a.m. Sermon: !th Centurj Torah.
MINYONAIRE9 SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave, Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 51
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Friday 8:18 pm Mary Smith Topi.....Population Ex-
plosion. Pollowed by Oneg Shabbat
Saturday lb a.m. Hiir MlaxVah: Paul
Omhan,
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. h
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday p.ra Sermon: "The Peace
Mar.li on Washington Pollowi-d bj
Oneg Shabl
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL ,TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SMOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kreniah, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
;. in Sermon bj Itahhl
What Re
hav< Vis -a. Vis Vleti am'
A l ....: -u.- un the Vietnam Mora-
' rton ill follow ih.
Saturday lf>:4B ., m Bar
I '..'. SOI .1
Mr ai .1 Mr- Qeorgi Gi Id
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
& 8:80 p m Sermon:
: Public s
'.
LRT
.>:.!.t.a;r .- .; ; .., ,.,.,r Mltavah;
in Bar Mim-ah N. w i
iKaUinicat O'elevision 'Programs
w. ,e c-h. io 9 riiWonahlpHour

K-T.W-. .... ,
I
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Prida) 5:80 pm and v p.m Satur-
day 8:80 am.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 649
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 10->9
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Tibor Motiea. 3J
Prida) 8:15 p.m ORT Sabbath Gui I
Spi iiki r: Mrs. Paul, Pri nidi \
Miami Chapter ORT, Saturdnj 9 a m
Bar vin/\ .ii, Ellloi i Paul, -.ii ol vii
and Mi- Morria Paul
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
4 KISLEV 5:12
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzar. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
I'm. I. iv 16 p.m. Sermon: "Rabbi
Johanan Ben Zakkai." Saturday 16
a in
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nl
19ih Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. 38
Prlda) .". p m Saturday !> am Ser-
mon: A Home niviii.il is a Com-
munity Divided." Minolta .'. p.m
YOUNG ISRAEL* OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Poruah. St
Friday S:13 pm Saturday 9 a m Ser-
mon: "Can You Be Deceiv .1 Min-
cha is p.m.
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morria Kip-
per. 40
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. ^1
Prld y 8:111 p.m ORT Sabbath Guest
Mm .\l e B Homei Satui
day > 4:. n m .< mon Mi saag<
The Torah." Junior Congregatinn
-;. i > I a in.
FT. UUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
Friday p.m Sermoni "The i
Ii. iu, n an Armlal and A Moi -
lorium" Pollowed by Oneg Shabh
Saturday I a m. Sermon: a i. i
of Milk and Honey Pollowed bj
Kldduah.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lsviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N.E. Fi-:? 44
HOUYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 48
I i". |i in r a MC. Ri poi
Friday R:ts p.m. Quest Bpeavker: Di
k Steuer Topli "fi There
Plai-e f..- (.irganixed Keiigbm In Our
World Today*
BETH SHALOM'(TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 4!
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 4?
MJRAMAR
'SRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S W. 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster.
41
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM 'TEMPLE). 132 SE Hth Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Morria A. Skop.
cantor Michael Frederick 4t
SURFSIDE
M2AN DAVID CONGREGATION.
'1 .. ^"rding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
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*'Jenifr IfhirSdHaur,
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* M. ti The Menti .'.-- latio Presbyterian
Continued from Page 4-C
management. Several companies
are now engaged with the anti-
Defamation League in cooperative
programs designed to recruit a
larger number of Jews. The pro- |
gram ADL is currently engaged in
with several industiial giants con-
centrates on the management and '
executive levels, and positions
leading to those levels. ADL par-
ticipates regularly in workshops
held by employers fur their col-
lege recruiters. Through these
workshops, the League helps to
dispel whatever false notions or
stereotyped ideas might be held In-
corporate personnel staffs con-
cerning the career aspirations of
Jewish youngsters.
One such notion, frequently
heard, is that Jews prefer careers
in the professions, or in high risk
businesses offering speedy re-
wards. Recent studies have dem-
onstrated what Jewish agencies
have long maintained: namely,
that the career goals of Jewish
youngsters are broader and more
varied. Business recruiters are
made aware of such findings and
apprised of the true attitudes of
Jews towards corporate careers.
Consequently, in their recruitment
efforts, recruiters are likely to
view the Jewish job prospect as
they view the non-Jew. They now
xtend him considi ral ion bas d
solely on his tali nts and pol i I
Among the m tors w!
dt iii mine w hel hi i w s will I"
found in a company'
si ructure arc the col leu :; '
\ i i si ties at which thai i
11 crults its tali n Thi An! i-
Ijcfa
rs in dii ctii I hi I
schools where they are likclj to
meet Jews and other minority
gi oups.
In addition, the League fre-
quently assists a company in es-
tablishing contacts with Jewish or-
ganizations on the campus, such as
B'nai B'rith Hilltl Foundations. :
One large concern recently pur-
chased hundreds of copies of the
B'nai B'rith Vocational Service
publication, "College Guide for
Jewish Youth," to assist in its re-
cruitment efforts. This book indi-
cates the number of Jewish stu-
dents at colleges and universities
throughout the United States and '
Canada.
Another aspect of the League's
program invokes the education of
the Jewish community with re-
spect to the opportunities avail-
able in major industries. This is
accomplished through the use of
communications outlets both on
the campus and in the community
al large. It is also maintained
through contacts with Jewish com-
munity organizations, college and
university administrative person-
nel and faculty members.
Although college recruitment
accounts for much of the hiring
of future management personnel,
employers do utilize other meth-
ods ol recruitment. In the past,
man rces of Jewish manpower
istry.
ADL i s emp'o; rs i the ex-
Jew-
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n att i
ai H< alth A
of Da.:, i hel a "Mi i I
Health Fair" ai Temple Israel of
Greater Miami Wednesday. The
all-day program featured a variety
of topics, including sex education
in the schools, problems in mar-
riage, the generation gap and the
bers is the institutional advertise-
ment By inserting help wanted
ads in publications which have a
heavy distribution in the Jewish
community, an employer accom-
plishes two things: first, he reach-
i s. directly, a significant number
of potential job applicants; second, (drug abuse probli m.
such advertisements help destroy
any negative image which might
exist in the Jewish community.
Most companies have no desire
t- discriminate along religious
lines. Indeed, if a company is to
keep abreast of its competition in
today's market, it can ill afford to
overlook any talented individual.
However, while non-discriminatory
[Kilici s are often enunciated at the
top levels, there are instances
when such policy does not filter
down to the general staff where
most of the hiring and promotion
takes place. In order to guard
against a lower echelon employee
exercising his own personal preju-
dices, the League urges employers
to constantly reinforce their
discriminatory policies.
Presbyl n
I Ini groups then divi I
i n lr particular in-
terests, to discuss such topics 08
children, families and marriage
The opening session was a de-
bate on the question of sex educa-
tion in the classroom, moderated
by Ralph Renick. ami featuring
Dr. Sam Greenberg. president of
the South Florida Psychiatric So-
ciety and Rev. Charles MeClurc,
Jew In Literature Topic
Of Galil Panel Discussion
It has taken time, but major in-
dustry has been moving in the
right direction. With rare excep-
tions, the Jewish job applicant
can now be confident of receiving
equal consideration.
The same general findings have
been brought to light In relation
fi. other minorit> group youth.
is a new day, and less dis-
i imination now exists throughout
Pi itential
n anci is the I in
In fact, in
.:.' ii tin mosl busi-
iicern activelj sei king
. i s of minoi ity
i
Abraham Gittelson. Kducational
! Director of Congregation Beth
jTorah. North Miami Beach, and
Abraham Oseroff. lecturer in
'American Literature at the Uni-
versity of Miami were on the
panel discussing the Jew in the
. contemporary literature of Amer-
ica and Israel at the Sky Lake
Synagogue Wednesday.
Israel:
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The Sheraton-Tel Aviv Hotel.
Overlooking the blue Mediterra-
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the downtown business district.
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in the hotel.
For Insured Reservations at
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agent. Or call Miami 377-0275.
The program was sponsored by
the Galil Chapter of the Mizrachi
Women of America.
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In one sense, your electric meter is a
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conditioning through automatic
dishwashing.
And almost as remarkable as the
variety of ways in which llameless
electric serves you is how little It
costs. The average price paid per
kilowatt hour by FPL-served
families today is one-third less than
it was in 1957. Isn't that a pleasanc
surprise in these days of fast-rising
prices ?
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Paqe 10-A
Page 10-C
vJenisfi fJcrictian
Friday, November 14. 19S3
UGAl NOTICE
tECAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-17149
JUDGE FRIEDMAN
AI'IUST K. (1111)1 IIROWX, as
Administrator of the Estate .>(
Gladys Brock.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT BROCK. Individually
and as Exwutnr of the Estate of
NORMAN BROCK; LEE A. BROCK;
and MARIAN SMITH THUMIN,.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROBERT BROCK.
Individually and as Executor
of the Estate of Norman
Brock. 31 Larkspur, Belleville.
Illinois. I.ee A. Brook. Clayton
Avenue. St. Louis, Missouri.
Marian Smith Thumin. 733!'
I.indcll. SI. LOUis, Missouri.
Yi >U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Declaratory Judgment
has been filed against you and you
.!* required i< serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to x\ on
hkatty and BURCH, Attorneys for
Plaintiff, IMS Seybold Building;, Miami. r'>' ,,ir .
Florida on or before Dec. 5th, 1969 '' i\
and file the original with the Clerk | *">""*
of the above styled Court; otherwise
a judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
'omplainl
R( ,i and personal property Involv-
ed in the '"omplainl are as follow.-:
Lot :. of Myers Subdivision, per
Plat Booh 67, page III, Public
Ri corda of Dade County, Florida
first Mortgage and Note on Lol
IS, BlOCk -'.-A. PirSI Amended
Plal of Dr. Burkhart'a Winter
Harden per Plat Book 5, page 22
of the Public Records of bade
County, Florida
South 13 feet of Bast 90 feel
Lot i. less East 18 feet; North 8
feet of Hast 90 feel of Lot 2.
less b feet, South 12 feet of East
." feel of Lot 2, leas Bast 20 feet,
all being In Block R, of Little
River Oardena per Plal Book .
iage >' of the Publli Recorda of
Dade County, Florida
Lot 4 of Myers Subdivision per
Plat Rook 07. page HP. of the
Public Recorda of Dade County,
Florida,
Note and Mortgage on Lot 3.
Block .'. and the final i" feel "t
Loi 4. Bloek 2 of Norria Park,
Plat Book I. page 126 of the Public
Records ol Dade County, Florida
Savinga Certificate In the amount
f $4,000.00 In the Dade Federal
Savings & Loan Assoriation,
Vilaml, Florida
i I'nii Apartment, 6662 Chamber-
lain, St Louis. .Missouri
I i!".:i Cadallii Automobile
I'nited Incomi Fund Certlflcatea
m the Made Federal Savings .>.-
l.o.,n Association and Chafe
Federal Savings & Ix>an Associa-
tion of Miami and Miami Beach,
Florida
Savings accounts In the Dade
Federal Savlnga & Loan Associa-
tion and i 'hase Federal Sa > ga
& Loan Association of Miami and
Miami Beach, Florida.
Any othi r real or persoi al i.....
uerty of GLADYS BROCK or
NORMAN BROCK
II ited ilns 21sl day of Ocl
B. B LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of the Court
by: M E. Ul INSTBIN
As Deputy Clerk
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 names of
LEONARD BROD8KT, AID; I-AW-
RENCB WHEAT.MAN. M.D.; 1>RS
BRODSKY AND \V MEATMAN:
DBS BRODSKY AND WHEAT-
MAN P.A. at MOO B.W, 3rd Ave..
Miami, Fla. 3312H intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
DRS BRODSKY AND WHEATMAN
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
BPARBBR AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
ino Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla. 33132
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I undersigned, desiring to engage III
: business under the fiCtltioua names 01
ROBERT I. 1SHA.M. M.D.: JOHN W.
BOLTON, M.D.; ISHAM AND BOL-
I TON P.A. at 9999 N.B. 2nd Ave..
i Miami Shored." fla. 33138 intend.- to
said names with the Clerk
court of Dade County,
[SHAM AND BOLTON
PRIIFESSH INAL ASS< IClATH N
BPARBBR AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorne) b for Applicants
[00 Bis. ,,\ Blvd
Miami. Fla
10/24-S1 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Igm d. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
LEWIS Q GLUECKAUF, MI' : AL-
FREDO A LOPEZ-GOMEZ, M.D.;
GLUEKAUF AND LOPEZ-GOMEZ
P.A at 16X0 Meridian Ave.. Miami
Beach, Fla. 33139 intends to register
said name: with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Courl of Dade County. Florida
QLUECKAUF AND LOPEZ-GOMEZ
I'Hi IFESSH INAL A8SOCIATH IN
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fla. 3
l"/24-31 11 7-14
mm
HENRY LEONARD
/ "After all, Seymour, we're your
' parents.,. so why don't you tell us
what's on your mind?"
LEGAL NOTICt
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-4004
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
01 VDYS MARINA I lIAZ,
Plaintiff.
vs.
JoRGE DIAZ,
i lefendant
T< i: JORGE DIAZ
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on ALBERT
WILENSKY, attorney f.,r Plaintiff,
whose address is M-118. in w. Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33180 and file
the original with the clerk of the
atbove styled court on or before
November 81, lliOit; otherwise a judge-
ment may be entered against you for
ihe relief demanded in the complaint
or petitioti.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wei l>:
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the s. al
it said court iit Miami. Florida on
thi- 21 day of October, 1969.
K I! LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
ai.bert WILENSKY, ESQUIRE!
I w. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
177-2*49
10/24-31 11 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JUST BRITCHES al 337, Miracle
Mile. Coral Gables. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida
FIRMLY s. INC a Florida
corporation
SAMUEL STEEN
\ i tontey for
Fl'RMLY'S, INC.
I'K Box 11114. Coral Cable-. Fla.
l"/24-:!l II 7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
l/U'RD APPLIANCE FINANCE at
1(1 w 2i-th St.. Hialeah, Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JUAN AMADOR KARTELL
10/24-31 11/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85391-Clark
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ZlNKIN
11. i ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ah Creditors ^w\ All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby nol Ifled ri ill--
ed to present any claim.- .<
manda which you may have against
the state ANNA ZlNKIN d.
ed late of I iad. '. untj. Fiord
the '' utit; Judgi s ol l> ide "ountj.
and file the same in duplicate
.i- pr< vnled i:i Se 733.16, FI
Statute-, In their offli et hi thi I u
Courthouse In Dade County, PI I
within s:\ calendar month* !: i
time of the first publication
or the same u III be b; n ed
1 '.i ed i M ..i: I I la
day "t 11, tobi r, .\ 11
ISRAEL ZlNKIN and
SYLVAN N lii ILTZMAN
By: SYLA AX N HOLTZMAN
As Executors
Fu-.-t publication of 11.7*- notii
the 24th da) of 'clober, '. H69
' ;i M i.i.m an A Hi ILTZMAN
SYLVAN X HOLTZMAN, BSgl'IRE
Attorneys for Executors
l ioo Concord Bldg.
Miami, Fla
_____ 1 "/24 -21 11 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85254
In RE: Estate ol
JAC IB SKI.ow
1 let eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnit said
Bsi u
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands \\ Inch you may have against
the estate of JACOB SKLOW deceas-
ed late of Had.- County, Florida to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and aa pi i-
Vided in Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in tin-ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade County, Florida',
within sis calendar months from the
tune of the first publication hereof
or the same will be barred
Hated m Miami, Florida, this 14
da) ol 11. toi.cr. A 11 ii".'.'
ALVIN l.l-i >YD SKIJ >\\
MARICE (KICKY) FALK
As Executoi >
LOUIS FALK
Attorne) for Executors
77:i N.E 81st Street. Miami. Fla
10/24-31 11 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85419-Clark
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH CANTBSANII
a/k a JOSEPH I.. CANTBSANO,
i it eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditor.- and All Persona Ha^ -
nig Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notii ed and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ma) have against the
estate of JOSEPH CANTESANO
a/k a JOSEPH I. CANTESANO de-
ceased late ot Hade County. Florida,
to Hie County Judges of Dade County!
and file the same in duple
provided in Section 7.::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in then offices I'n the County
Courthouse in Dade county. Florida,
uittiin six ...lend.,! months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or tin- same ill be bat i ed
Dated it Miami, Florida, this 15th
da.) of (i. tobet. A I) 1969
RUTH CANTESANO
k Administratrix
Fust publication of ibis notice on
the 24 day of i Ictober, 1969
SPARBEH AND ROSKIN, P.A.
Attorneys for
RI'TII CANTESANO
inn North Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida
10/24-31 11. 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T'.E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-18023
NOTICE OF SUIT
C R K INC .
a Florida i orporal
Plaintiff.
vs
JENAY PEREZ PICKERING,
01NA PICKERING a ml
b) at d through lor mothi I ai d
.. xt friend,
JENAY PEREZ PICKERING
ISABEL PICKERING, and if
alive, her husband. JOHN DOE
and if dead, her I
.;.-\ |i eei Bra meet or
pel -on.- claiming I ;. thi nugh
r,
I ief. admits.
BN v-i PEREZ PICKERING
GIN PICKE .
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I
JENA' 7. Pit 'KERING.
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i Housi Box :

ISABEL PICKERING, I
ler u
' I, Ji IHN I '
d I, her In di
ees, or othei
ugh or
under liei s
are u
YOU ARE HE :i ..'. riFIED
uit ught at
you in the above-styled Court fol a
I lei Inratory Judgi ring that
thi Plaintiff :> thi ..:.- u i ner of
6 > Interest In oil .... fol-
lowlni .
The West 4 if ii,. NW i, ,,f
Se, tlon 18, To nahip 54 South.
Range 4" East lying and .
in Hade County. Florida
You are required t" file the original
of your Answet with the Clerk of
'he al.......atyled c. url and serve a
copy of the same upo.i Plaintiffs
Attorneys. CAIDIN, ROTH EN BERG
KOGAN, KORNBLUM A ROTHEN-
BERG, Suite 3os Biscayne Building,
West Flagler Street, Miami.
NOTICE OF SUIT O^
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 .1 RADI.ER, JK
Plaii
SHE1LIAH DURDEN RADLER.
I lefendant
-ai S IEII.1AH DURDEN R
You, SHEII IAH Hi ltDEN RADL-
BR, an notified thai a < "om-
plainl for Divorce has
t you I you are required to
in A'nswei
ng to thi Bill of Comp
GOLD
l NEC P A.. P.o Box i:
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lit Court -' !. '
Decel..... you
ml hj lefau
you.....
.ii l.i pul
eai b \v' fol -ii'
. Tin: Jewish fi.i m
DONE AND ORDERED al M im
. .''h day of IKtol er
ah
f b leatherman c
Cir. u; "out I I lath Ul
B> C P COPELAND
I lepul
ii In uii '' ui' Seal i
G< H.DV i iRX and NBC i' \
: i 'oral Way
Miami. Flni
44".-:"i41
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desirina. I
in business under the fit
of ARTISTIC CRAFT al lf>6n
before the
2nd day ot
default be
tile relief
Florida,
December, 1969,
taken against you for
sought by the Plaintiff.
DATED at Miami, Had. County
Florida, this 29th day of I l( tobl I
1969
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
By: C l'Ci IPELAND
Deputy clerk
_ l"/:n li 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OH EN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HOME cake CENTER at 642
Vvt 3rd Street, Miami, Fla intends
to n gtater said i ame u Ith the l 'lei k
of the i Ircult Court of Hade County
Florida
SOUTHW.tN CONVALESCENT
Home. INC
FAINCi;, FINK AND FORMAX
Attorneys for Appiii ant
1502 Congress Bldg Miami
___________________ 11/7-14-21-28
Mth c,.urt Hialeah,
'" register aald nami
of the i 'in uit Courl
Florida
AUTISTIC CRAFT. INI
. ,......' Florida corpoi .
LEW IS F COHEN, Etji i
Attorney for
ARTISTIC CRAFT, INC
250 N i; 17th Terra, e,
Miami, Fla
10/
7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THU
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-18285
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
N< >EL FI ETCHER BBIRNB,
Plaintiff.
vs
FRANCIS BBIRNB,
i ndant.
To: FRANCIS BBIRNE
72Hi Algard Street
Philadelphia, Ps
Y.u francis BBIRNE, at
bv notified that a Bill of Com i ill
for Divorce has been filed
you, ind you are required to ,.
cop) "f your Answer or Pleadlna In
the Bill of Complaint on the I':..
itl.....lev C l OMAN, ('a il.I >8TE
PACZIBR 2401 West Flagler s .,.,
Miami. Florida 2213.". and d;.. m,,'.
original Answer or Pleading
offli of the Clerk of the I uj|
P up i on or before the loth
11,. mber, .' if j "u fall to
Judgment by default will bi
-: j .u for tiie relief di I, ,j
Bill "f Compla I
notii shall be publlshe I ii ..
eai h 'a eek for fi ur c........i r.
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I >NE AND I IRDBRED al M mil
this 3rd day of X
A D 1969
E H LEATHERMAN, c:
, cult Courl Dadi i 'nui I |
B) '' I ALEXAN1
I put) Ii
i i ir. v. i ill" Se il i
' ; il DMAX d II.D8TE1N
ICZIER
. p u F agler Bti

meys I Plaintiff
11 7 14-:
that
name
Easi
la !
W ltd the i "'. : k
: 11.. le i 'ounty,
IN THE C2LMV JUDGES C~ RT
IN AND FOR DADE COU\"i.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
IN 1:1. I'
HUiK ARTNER,
I,. .,....!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO v
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'i "TICE is hen by given 11 I iv<
filed ,. I-' .,, Report and i' .1
for l ul in a nd Final D |i
Executoi f thi estati 11
. XER d eased and thai
I tei mi., r, I 969, will h
to the Honorable Count) Judgx ,,'
Dade County Florida .
I Report and I ,i
and final discharge is Exi
of the estate of the
dei i lent Thla 4th da) of Not

KURT H ELI ISCH
Bxei utor of Esl
HUGO ARTNER, !
KURT W BLLISCH
'
\ n Avel u-
Florida ;
PI ', .: -1 _
117
notice under
fictitious name lav.
Notice > hereby ; \ ;.
thi undersigned desiring t-
undei
nf BROOKE DISTKIHUT
Si i| THERN A \' El
TR< i.NICS at N I) 67th S!
Miami, Florida Intend
i I ime with the Clet
UII fi lirt of i lad) Col
UIH N >KE DISTRIBFTi iKS
d b a SOUTHERN A I
BLECTRONii .-
B) i r Sa
| '.-.ir s i : Roman. V'ici I
KOVNER. MANNHBIMER
GREENFIELD A.- CUTLER, P >
BRt ( IKE DISTRIBUTE IRS '
" l luponl Plasa Center
Miami. Florida 88131
: ? 14-1
-.
ii i
la
:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to
In business under the flctitloun i n
' \ \- M AH! CONDITION X
SERVICE at 849 S W. 1st S
Inti i to reglsti r aald n im
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida
ANDRES PEREZ DeALEJO
10/24-3! !1 714
set, !'.'-.KXT':i:i'i:isi:s i.w
Si HLISSEL A SCHER
Attorneys for
I19S Enteric .
;'. Uncoln Rd Ml tml Beai h Fi,
________ '"/-Il 11 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to ei
In business under the fictitious I
of THE WICKER OARDBN
F] i iRIJ ii.,- ...... n E 125th SI
Miami Intend to register nald
with the Clerk of the Circuit '
"i 11,.il.- County Floi da
.H ISBPH LANG
CLAIRE LANG QR< ISSMAN
11 7 14-.I
that
: i:;e
inn-
i il
.
II
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By: JOSEPH RAFFAELA CORP
OALBi^A^SAL^T
V11o r ney-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85639
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: l-'.-tat. of
JACK GBBAIDE
I e, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing .aim. or Demands Agalni Bald
I .: '..:.
J,Z ;;:;,;;;.::; ;; haffablacorp.
,no"!u;,o"V,AV, "-!
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the i ounty Judges of Dadi County
""l '"' 'hi duplicate and
as pmvlded in Section 788.16, Florida
gtatutes, i their offices in the
Count) Courthou e in Had,. County
'l'"'"1''' 'thln mx .......ndar ,
'"'," ,'" "V PubHiatlon
'" "'." the at ... barred.
Dated_a Miami. Florida, this 29th
nay of i Ictober, V.D
'"'l-IA GEBAIDE
,. As Executrix
First Publication of thh
in* .lii .i.,> t>f November iftttn
OALBUT and GALBUT
Attorney f,,r BxecUlliX
24.. Fifth Sir. ,-t
Miami Reach, Florida 3313ft
11,7-14-21-2?
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th< undersigned desiring to sag'
in business under the flctitloun n i
"f MARLY'S DESIGNS at 1-- S >"
Ivi Miami, Fla intend.- re-
glsti i -1 name with the c, \ of
the Cln uit Court of Hade c u ity,
Florida
MARTA I.THIA FERNANDEZ
11 7 14-21-28
10/24-31
NOTICE UNDER
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g te- Mi to re-
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F;:.r,d.;"U.....Ur "f "-' C
HAMI'K^KAVITT' **
Attorney i.r
BECK ,v LBAVITT, PA
1 0, Box 11.14, Coral Oables, Fla
10/24-31 1! 7-U
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LEGAL NOT ICE
NOTICe UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business Under 111'- fictitious llullle
,,f cino MARINE mi ST"" B.W. 129 th
Terrace, Miami. Fin. 38156 intends to
register sajd name with the Clerk of
iii.' Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BUGBNK) DIAZ MOLINA,
Sole i iw 11. r
11/14-J1-28, il' :.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PFrELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Hi AM. TO WHOM THESE P1IK-
SENT8 SHAM. COMB, UIIKKTINHS:
Whereas, JosKF VVECH8LER,
Miami Beach. Florida: MARIANNE
UW'IISI.KII. .Miami Beach, Florida:
I KSULA METWiER. .Miami. Florida
i|id on the -lid .lay of October, A.D.
UtfJ cause to lie
Hi.- laws of tlu> Slat.- of Florida
HERMES THADINO CO.. INC. a cor-
poration, with Ita principal pla<.....f
bualneai at Miami. Dade County in
the Btate of Florida, ami whereas
.-ii. ih corporation iiid on the aist day
ol October, A.D. 1MB, cause to be
filed iii Hi.- offlce of the Becretary of
State of the Slate ol Florida, the
.i umentary authority required under
Action 608.17, Florida Btatutes, show-
i c the dissolution ol such corpora-
i ii
N'i.w. therefore. 111.' Secretary ol
s- il-- does hereby certify lo the fore-
Ki nu- ami thai Ii. is satisfied that the
requirements "f the law nave been
complied With.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
lu-reuntu set my hand an.I have af-
; ..| ii.. i ii .ai Seal of iii. State of
Florida, ai Tallahassee, the Capital,
::ist daj of '. lol
NOTICE UfvOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
tin- undejrlsarned daalring to engage
in business uiiU.-r tin- fictitious name
of HAVANA MADRID RESTAU-
RANT ai 4in" Baal Mil Avenue,
Hlaleah, Florida Intends to register
sai.l name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LE-MEZ, INC.
.- Florida corporation
LEWIS F. <' 'HEN, ESQ.
Attorney for LE-MBZ, INC
-'.".' n n 17th Terraoe,
Miami. Florida
in.'3l 11/7-H-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERETIY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HRITE ELECTRIC at 1.100 N.W.
179th Terrace, .Miami. Florida Intends
I to register said names with the cierk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Incorporated under c Florida. ,
JI "M V PA' ('oftl'i >ila trA.^
By: SIDNEY F. SCHREIOELL.
President
KI'RT WE1.USCH
Attorney for
.11'-MY-1>A Coltl'OHATION
444-8492
10/:il 11,7-14-21
ihi
TOM ADAMS
Secretai > of Si.. l<
I. A D
II 14
la v-
Said
i|Uil-
iN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85533
in ItE: Estate of
ti i:i:i:n e. IIKPP.I'BN. a k ..
Kl'KBBN HEPBURN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
mi: Claims or Demands Against
I.Mat. :
You are hereby notified and r.
. il to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalnal the es-
i.He of RUEBBN E. HEPBURN de-
reased late of Dade County, Florida,
in the Cunty Judges of Dade County,
..nil file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Si.nut..-, in their offices in the County
i i>urthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the Oral publication hereof
the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida. I
da) ol November, a i> I9B9.
- MIRIAM HEPB1 RN
a*. Adtninlstratrlx
First publication ..f this notice
Ihi I lih day of Novi nil., i. P.69
'iis FA Mi
Vtturne) for Administratrix
B< ybold Hide Miann. .la
ii i 1-21-28, is
nice
.ih
on
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-18535
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
" N VI l> KLEIN,
Plaii
' ATI ,;|.I \ KIJSIN.
I t mlaiit
' X'ATUGUA KLEIN
Bet ..... unknown
Yu, N vri'iil.l \ KLEIN, arc here-
notlfl. d thai a Kill ol Complaint
for Divorce has been filed againsl you,
el you are required lo si rvi n rop)
in Answer or Pleading to tin
Hill of Complaint un the Plaintiffs
iiltorney, SAMI'EL K SMITH. ISIS
' apltal Hank Bldg Miami. Florida
132 and file the original Answer or
'lending in the office of the Clerk of
t'ireuil Court on or bi fun II t
da; of December, I9, if you
ill lo do so. judgment by defaull
"ill be taken ngainsi \..n for the
rcliel demanded in the Hill of Cmn-
|il lint.
This notice shall he publish, ,1 oi.....
h wei k for four .....isecutive wi eks
in Tin: jew-ish i'i.. ikiihan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
kirlda .this 6th day of Novi mber
\ 11, i,
R II I BATHERMAN. Clerk
' il un Court, Dadi f'ouilM Florida
By: c p ci.i-ki.anh
Deput) clerk
1 if, llll I -iiuit Seal!
1 >N XAM FT & SMITH
'- 'apltal Bank Bldg.
Miami. Florida MIS!
Attorn, j s for Plaintiff
11 14-L'l -L's. |- -,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84888
FRANK B. DOWLING
Iii RE: Estate of
HARRY LEUiOWITZ
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demand:- Againsl Said
Estate:
You are hi reby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have againsl
the estate of HARRY LBIBOWITZ
deceased late of Nassau County, New
Y.nk to the Count) Judge* ol Dndi
County, ami file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida statutes. Ir, their offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from th. time ,,f the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21'th
day of i.. tnbi r, A l> i!o;:>
JERRY I Kir.nu ITS!
As Ancillary Exei i.....
First publication of this ii,
the .:1st day ,,f October 1969
M< RTI >N i: Zli.MKI, ol '
ZEMEL, KAUFMAN & ZF.MF.I.
At tornevs for Estate
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida
____________ld/3I 11/7-14-31
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
I Hjt IRES PADRl >N.
Plaintiff,
\ B,
ADOLF) I PADRON,
I 'ef.iidiint.
T< : ai il.l'i i PAl IR< IN
Residence unknow n
You, ADOLFO PADRON', arc here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed againsl
you. and you are required t" serve a
cop) of your Answer or Plead!UK III
the Hiii ol Complain! on the Plaintiff*
attorney, VON ZA1IKT ,v- SMITH,
ipitlll Hank Hide Miami
H3S and file the original
Pleading in the "iI.....i
t the Circuit fnurl on or
2sth da> "f Novi nibi i.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85149-A
in RE: Estate ol
HARRT LEVY
I 1.'.-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the ea-
taie of HAltRY LEVY deceased late
Ol Nassau County, New York to tin
County Judges of Dade County, ami
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
Within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will he hu.MeYv.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21*t
day of October. AD. llol'J.
HARRIET LEVY
. / '-A.m Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the ;ist day of October, 1969
MORTON It. ZEMEL
of 7.EMEI.. KAUFMAN
& ZBMBL
Allomys for Executrix
4jo Lincoln Road,
Mi..mi, lleach, Florida
io/::i ii 7-14--1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-18108
COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES
UUOENE JOHN V'AKDIS,
Plaintiff,
VS
OE< >ROE STEIN and
KEYSTONE INSI RANCE Co.
a Penus) Ivanla corporation,
Defendants.
Ti i; KEYSTt >NE INSURANCE CO.
2040 Mallei Str. el
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
Vou, KEYSTONE INSURANCE CO.
are hereby notified thai a Complaint
for Damages hai been liled against
you, and you are required to Berve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading t"
the Complaint on the Plaintiffs at-
torney. LEONARD EDWARD ABEL,
BKQ ISO l.i......in Road, Miami Beach,
Florid., 33139 and flic the original
Answer or Pleading in the office ol
th. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before th. 15th day of December,
1969 If you fail to do so. judgment by
default will be lakon against you for
th.- relief demanded iii the Complaint
for damages,
This notice shall be published once
..,,h week for f"ur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.olllDI AN.
BONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of October
A.l> 1969.
B. H LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad.- County, Florida
By: I. 8NBEDBN
Deput) Clelk
(Cinuit c,,urt Si all
LEONARD EDWARD ABEL. ESQ.
izv Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33189
Attorney h.r Plaintiff
ii : 14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 85531
In RE: Estate of
Jt iSKPH A I'i iST
Deeea-eil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estat, :
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH A Post deceased
late of I ia,le County, Florida to th.
County Judges of Hade County, ami .
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 mouths from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sam. will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of October, A.D. 1969.
FRANCES POST
WILLIAM 11 IvARO
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 31st day of October, 1969
SIMON. HAYS & ORUNDWERQ
Attorney for Estate
301 Ainsley Building
_________________10/31 11 7 -14 -_ I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85542
In RE: Estate of
U3IDOR KREfTCHMER
1",eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing "Maims or Demands Againsl Saul
Estate:
You ai.- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands whnh you may hav. againsl
the estate "i ISIDOR KRETCHMEH
di Ned late of Dad,- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided iii Section ."'" 16, Florida
Statutes, In Iheir offices in the Count)
Courthouse in Dad.- County. Florida,
within six calendar months from thi
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he hatred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of Iclober, A D. 1969,
MURRAY KRETCHMER
NORMA K. LINDENBEKO
As Execul
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
111 business under the fictitious nalll-r
of TATY-FRANK'S ai 686 W. -7
sir. .1. Hlaleah, Florida intends to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Dade Countv,
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
day of Octobet. 1969.
TATV-FKANKS
by: FRANCISCO i: GONZALEZ,
Owner
686 W. 2? Street. Hlaleah, Florida
10/24-81 U "-14
First publication of this notice o
the Slst day of < Ictober, 1969
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorn.-y for Estate
129 I .incoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
l"/;:i 11 7-14-21
". judgment
I you
in the Hill
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85210
IN HE: Estate of
I'BClIi HoWF.N, Sit
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.o All Creditors and All Persons llav
Ing Claims or Demands Againsl Said
Kstati
I n in I" r. by noi |fled g ,i .. quii
i" present an) t lalm nnd demnnds
' 'ii in i> have against thi .
Jae of CECIL BOW i:\. i: ,i.
e "f Dade County, and file Ihi
dUDllrate and as inm iiled in
;" iOoii 73S 16, Florida Statutes, In
n< Ir offices in the t tount) l 'ourhnusi
;' Dad, County, Florida. Within -i\
hndar months from the tlmi of the
irsi publication hereof, or tin lam
till be harve.I
Oaied at Miami, Florida, this 8th das
i November, A i 1969
- BESSIE i:o\\k\
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ne 14th day of November, 1969
PAUL IlEATTY
Horn. \ r,,.- Executrix
1 W BeyboM nidg Miami. Fla
11/14-X1-28, U' 5
I:. 12 i'.
Flo,,,la
Answ er
Ii rk
hi fore th.
I!ni9 11 n fail io do i
h) default Will be tak.n
the relict demanded
' 'oniplainl
This mil ii shall he published once
each w foi i, a, .....-, U!:i, wei ..-
in THE JEW ISII Ft ocioi.w
IXINK AND OKDEKED at Miami,
Florida, tin 21 l da) of I ictobi r A.D
l :";:.
t: B LEATHERMAN, Cli rk
Circuit Curl. Bade Count) Florida
B) C P Copi:l..\ND
I leput) Cl.rk
(i Ireult i 'nun Seal i
VON ZAMFT A SMITH
ISIS i lapltal Hank Bldg.
Miami. Floi Ida 33132
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ln/24-31 II 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY >:i\ EN thai
tin undersigned, desiring to i ngagi
in business under th. fictitious name
of KITTY'S FLORIST A GIFTS at
mi: s u 24th St.. Mi.nni inti nils to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad. County,
Florida
DONALD F BEVBRIDGB,
Bole >w nit
KBSSLER, KoTll. SHERADSKY
.v BECKERMAN, Attorneys
Attorneys for Applicant
iv S.\V. 3rd Ave
Miami. Florida
11 14-L'l -28, 12 .".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85740
Judge Clark
, In RE: Estate of
NANCY ANN PATTl IN
Deo aseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To u: in ,! nrs and All Persons Hav-
' iiano- or Demands Against Bald
le:
You are hereb) notified and required
to present ait) claims nnd demands
which you ma) hav. nu......i Ihi es-
tate of NANC) ANN PATTON di
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
lo the I 'nllllll .II, M I l | .
a.id file ii' Kami in duplica' bnd ah
provided in Section 7.;.; 16, Florida
Statutes. iii ill, ir offices in th,
County Courthouse In Dad.- County,
Florida, within ?i\ calendar months
n the time of the first publication
hereof, or thi same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida .tin- 8th
da) of Not embet. A.D 1969.
i IRIN P PATTi IN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th.- inn day of November, 1969,
BEATTY, BURCH AND TRIPP
Attorneys for Administrator
1003 Sevbehl Building
Miami. Florida 31133
11 u ui -28, 13 ;.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84953
In RE: Estate ol
SARAH SHELINS
l lecoased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Pet son* Hat
Claims or I "in.....Is Againsl Said
Estate:
Vou are hereb) notified and requir
e.l to pi es. in an) Is mi a in di m
whnh vou ma) hav. against the --
. ol SARAH SHELIN* deceased
o| Dade County, Florida, lo the
i 'out t) .III'!-' of Dude 'i a i) and
same in
:n Bectl
in Ihi
'ourthoui
,lll|"" Il
offices.
in li.nl.
and a-
Florldu
ill the
1 '"lllll ( .
months
publt
111,- the
provilleil
Statutes,
' n iv 1
Floi Ida, w iilnn si\ cab ndai
from the nine ol Ih. first .
ii,.,, hen "I. "I tin -.line III he hailed
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27III
1 da) of ictober, A.D 11"
SAUL l>. AI.'1'..M AX
As Adminisl ralor i '.'f.A
First publication of this notice on
th. 7th day of November, 1969
HENRY Nt iRTON
' Atlorne) for Administrator I' T A.
, hi. His. a> Building
Miami, Florida
11 7 14 21-28
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85248-B
. In RE: Estate of
ESTHER GRODNER,
lie, eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
j You are hereby notified and requlr-
I od to present an) claims and dema ll
whnh inn may have against the es-
tate of ESTHER GRODNER, de-
I ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
io the County Judges of Had. County.
' and file th. sain, in duplicate and
as provided In Section 7:;:: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in \ withiit si, i ilendar months from the
lime of il" first publication hereof
, ih. same will he barred.
paled ill Miami, florida, this I7tn Florida at hi-
,i ,.f October, A.D !'" Courthouse at
HERBERT GRODNER
\ i'.\. ulor
I rs( publication of this not
thi 24th da> of Oi lober, IIMI9
FP.ISHMAN ,v FEIN, ESUjS
.\ii"i in i foi Administrator
|2 I load.
Miana. Bi ach, Fla 33139
1U/2I-3I IJ .-' I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-17692
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
\ ri'i i BARNES,
Plaintiff
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
JOANNE CLARK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
John PETER CLARK,
I>. Cendant.
TO: JOHN PETER CUVRK
l Estate P.oad
Smithtown, Long island.
New York 117S7
You. John PETER CLARK, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and jrou are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, LARSON
and MARVIN, Attorneys at Law, 777
N \V. 72nd Avenue. Miami. Florida
33126 and file the Original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
1st day of December, 1969. If you
fall to do so, judgmeni by default
will be tak.n againsl you for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint,
This notice shall be published onc
each week for four consecutive weeks.
iii THE JEWISH FlAfRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ibis -Mb day of October
A.D. 1969.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Conn. Dude County, Florida
By: p. COPELAND
I" puty Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LARSON and MARVIN, ESQUIRES
777 N \\ 7Snd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33126
__________ 10/31 11 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious nam*
..f RONALD TBICHNER, M.D. at.
""."I B.W. 80th St., S Miami. Fla
:".J14o intends to register said nam*
with the Cl.rk if the Circuit Court,
of Dole County. Florida.
Ito.V AID TBICHNER, M D P A.
BPARBER AND R08KIN PA
Atlorne) s for Applicant
in,, Biacayne Blvd.,
Miami, Fla. 3313!
11 7 14-21-28
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR CHANGE
OF NAME No. 69-17373
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN:
Notice is given thai the undersigned
Petltl.....is ABRAHAM M FREED-
MAN. and BARAH FRBEDMAN
whose resilience addtcs-- is ,;n South
Shore Drive, Apt. 7 in the City of
Miami. Dad.- County. Florida intends
i" .iM.lv t,. thi II......rable GENE
WILLIAMS. Judgi "i il. llth Judlcl-
I Circuit. Iii ami for Dade County,
ofl..... the County
i :_:, p M on i mber
iis s.....i thereafter as
i iers m iy !" heard, for ai
order changing Petitioners' name
from ABRAHAM M FRBEDMAN to
AI.VI.N FREEM W and BARAH
FREEDMAN, In BAB VII FREEMAN
b) w hah nana I'. : lllll is shal
Hated ai M am I' i ihi H
'\.l\ ......lulu I 1'"''
ABRAMAM M FREEDMAN
Pet It I
SARAB FREEDMAN
Petitioner
SAM W KI.EINFEI.D
Attorney
11 7 14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
853i>6-Dovling
In RE Estate of
FRANK F. ENGEL
Deceas, il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or l'.in.....Is Againsl Said
!: -tat.
\ni are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present a.0 claims and
demands winch you ma) have against
the estate of FRANK F ENGEL
ii. .ased I.ne of I lad.- County, Florida,
to th.- County Judgi ol Dude County,
and file tin- sain.- in duplicate and
as provided In Section 7':u.i". Florida
Bta ii -. in ln ir offices m Ini
Count) Courthouse In Dade Count)',
Florida, within SIX calendar months
from the time of the first publication
ha rent, "i the same di i" barred
Dat-.l at Miami. Florida, thil
daj "I o. i.....r. a D 1969
F.ST l IK l: ENGEL
As Exei utrlx
First publlcallot of : his not" on
the '.ih da) "f Novembt r, 191
TAIJAM 'i-1- .v vv ai.i.i-.i:
An.in, s for Exi utrls
II
II 7 II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS, NAMfc LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIV1 Ihnl
the mull i signi d, deslrini to ngage
In bush a 'i the in in ion n
of Iti 'SS\ i IF MIAMI at S W
st Miami 3313 inlenil to
said name with the Clerk "i the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County, Florida
CARLOS ROMBRt ',
Sole I IWI1.T
11 7 14 Sl.SI
a re
for
j on.
IH IRTBNSIA BARNES,
I lef.n.lalil
Ti HORTENSIA BARNES
lb side nee I'nknou n
y,,r HORTENSIA BARNES,
herein notified thai a Complaint
Divorce has been filed ngainsi
and vou are required i" serve a cop)
.a your Answer or Pleading I" 'he
Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff s l
Httnriipy. RONALD I. DAVIS c-.'
417 Biscay ne Bullding-19 vv I lagh i
Sir. .1. Miami, Floi,da 33130, Phoni
",7..-"s:,i ami fill the original Anaw- -
.,- or PleadltiK In the office ol th.
,-,, ,i. ,,i the Circuit Court im ";.'",
,-,,. ,,,,,-, is, .\.<> of December, 969 I
sou fall t" 'I" so. judgment by
fault will in- taki ti against you
,h ri lb I di manded In the < omplainl
'1'IIIS \oTICI-: shall I"- published
mice week for four consecutive weeks
| THE -il v isil PLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at
Florida, this Ird daj ol
I- B l BATHERMAN, Cl.rk
Cin un Court, Dade i unt) I lorlda
Uj c p c, il'EI VND
I pul I'lel I.
, rcult Court Seal) ^ ^ ., ,
NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
ih, partnership beret
betweet JOSE I.
il,-
for
Miami,
i ictober,
KAI I. I-' 'FEZ
. xistiug
MENENDE/ and
under tin fici
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
IM'.S IU ISA I K.1,
Plaintiff,
\ s
in >S V V lit ISADI'.
I lefendnnl
Tl ': UOSA A. ROSADO,
Itesldem-e I'nknow n
You, uos.v a ItosADO, an hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required lo serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ROME< i .1 BHEPARD, JR.
..us Alusle) Bldg., 14 N.E 1st Ave.,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer "t Pleadina In the office of
thi- Cl.rk of lie dr. ml Ciirt on or
before the :.ih da) ol December,
1969. Il >ou fail to do
ill I lull U ill 111 lake"
th.- ich, f demanded
Complaint.
Tins notice shall h, published once
each week for fout coi ecutive \\. i.-
m THE JEW ISB I'I HtlDIAN
I" INE AND ttRDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29 day .n 11, lober, A l>.

E 11 LE tTHERM VX. Clerk
i' ini Court, 1 lade < 'ounl i. Fl
I': D. RYAN
l'. put) Clerk
(Cin un i 'i-url S.al i
so, judgment by
against you foi
ill Ihe Hill of
,1 ty|e of ARTISTIC CRAFT, |;oMEO .1 SHEPARD .
locate.1 ai iMk-i East nub < ourt, Hla-
leah Florldii nil li) mutual
cons, in. on Hi'- 'Hi da) ol De, m
[! .
JOSE I MENENDEZ has
.h.,..,- from aiid l
aled in thi irr) .. on
toi l.i ol.l.-r .
- CRAFT INC., a Fk
lioratioii and hi Is entitled
i i -. IncludiiiR all
with-
in lu-
ll AH-
irida cor-
to all nt
,lehts du. to
,.,,1 pai in. 'ship, and h.i
pa) all outstanding bui -
nbllga.....- of AUTISTIC CRAFT,
Cited
JOSE l. MENENDEZ
RAl'L LOPEZ
i 10/31 11/7-14-31
\ -' \ l lullding
Miami. Florida
Atn.i ne) for Plaintiff
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