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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 29
Miami. Floridc
Friday, July 18. 1963
Prir
7.0c
Forces Search Homes For Terrorists
.\ iv (JTA \ \ n \ .,,- th -
1st '. si rurity farces conducted
t termi sts n -; onsible I an en) itbn I In the
The pre-dawn rou tablus in a year.
The last one resulted in the- arrest of 80 suspet -, nt
rist activity around Nal I i
SUM POSSIBILTY TOR UFTINC ARMS SM3ARG0
Israeli Hopes Are Dashed
Lrbanons Jwh Said To tie tnraHy j{S PonipidOU SttYS ^O JetS
RUSALEM -Th< sm I] .' nmunitv in Leb- JL /
RUSALEM (JTAiTh< sm I] .' nmunitj In Leb-
uni asj Lebanese J< vs
n1 to leav< thai try it was report d I aj n Ea11
J r isalem : ent v ho just returne.i I t. Tnanl
- I '- th Jewish-owned res reci ntly cl >sed in
!' nil
IV I nit To Probe Violations
UNITED NATIONS JTAI A spe ... wo ng group I up
by Um United Nations Commission i Hum n Rights in Geneva
spring t i lnv< I ate all gal oi th I Israi ivas violal ;.
the human rights of Arabs in the orcjpitd terrirtories announced
last week th..t it will visil tour Arab countries next month.
Expert \ixon To Discuss Mideast
WASHINGTON (JTAI State Department sources said to-
day that it is "very likely" that President Richard M. Nixon
would review the latest Middle East developments with British
Premier Harold Wilson when he stops off in London on the last
Iff. of his n-i'ne'.-the-world t.>ur on Aug. 3. White House spikes-
mar. Ronald Ziegler announced today that Mr. Nixon has added
Britian to his itinerary. He will also visit Asian countries and
Rumania.
Jewish Defense i.eaque Condemned
NEW YORK -The Workmen's Circle a Jewish labor
fraternal order, condemned the Jewish Defense League
ointed vigilante group" and called upon the American Jewish
community to join in a unified condemnation
17 yew Chaplains Enter i\S. Forces
NEW YORK .Seventeen new Jewish military chaplains havt
entered the U.S. Armed Forces in tim<> to plan Rosh Hashanah
services which they will conduct for Jewish military personnel,
it was announced by Rarb: Edward T. Sandrow. chairman of the-
National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy.
2 Rabbinical Ad risers For Columbia
NEW YORK- Columbia University will have two re'bbinical
student advisers under a reorganization plan which was adopted
after a controversy involving a decision against re-naming Rabbi
A. Bruce Goldman for the post for the next academic year.
However, Rabbi Goldman will be one of the two Jewish counselors.
Jewish Groups Picket Soviet
WASHINGTON iJTA> Jewish groups began a two-wv k
vigil outside of the' Soviet Embassy h freedom tor Boris Kochubiyevsky. a young Russian-Jewish
engine< r imprisoned last May reportedly for demanding the right
to emigrate to Israel and for Insisting that Soviet Jews l>e
allowed to leave the country or t > lead Jewish cultural and
religious Bvet in Russia without feai of regression. The vigil is
being conducted between noon and 1 p.m. daily by constituent
groups of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington
and will end July 24.
ISRAEL SEND GREETINGS ON MOON SHOT
The President of the State of Israel Zalman Shazar, trans-
mitted to NASA Israels greetings for the historical Apollo
moon flight. The greeting, along with others from heads of
states was microfilmed for transportation to the moon by the
Apollo crew.
President Shazar chose a verse from the Book of Psalms
in both the original Hebrew version and the English transla-
tion.
The greeting read: "From the P-csident cf Israel in Jeru-
salem with the hope for Abundance of Peace so long as the Moon
Endureth.' (Psalms 72.7)"
RIS (JTA) French
;' -. c; orges Pompidou
Esrai !i hopes this week
by indicating 'hat he had no
diate intention of releasing
in nded Mirage V jets
v ieh I-ia. I ordered before the
i ay War in 1967 and paid
full. He said Franc- might
lift partially its arms embargo
IS! Nrael but that anj I
cision to resume French arms
shipments to the Middle Hast
would depend on whether other
nations would be sending weap-
ons the re.
Speaking at his first press
conference since his election, he
declared that if the embargo
was relaxed, it would be only for
light equipment and spare parts
ordereel before former President
i lamped down a tota
ran tai.. I :
I th< Mi:... ts th)
'' i '
Ml at 1st ai F< i
Mini i Abl a E! a ass u I
kiiesset in J a I hal
pi ; for di livery i :
U.S. Phai; fighter bomb-
ers .'. proceeding smoothly
and on schedule. He said all
phases of the agreement with
the United States for Israel's
purchase of the advanced super-
sonic jets we're' be ing imple-
mented without delays or ob-
stael< s.
President Pompidou indicate)
at his press conference that his
Aelministration would follow the
De Gaulle' policy of walking a
Hi road" between Israel
. (he Arab states bul added
i "m i-t defend her
n sts it, the area based
. i I i adil ional good relations
with ';.' Arab nations." He said
um oi French Mid< asl pol-
ls nol to sell arms but to
: i siahiish peace." He l<
d the i scalation of violence
i: the Mideast, warning that it
threatened the Mediterranean
power balance and world peace.
France, he said, would counsel
the two parties to the conflict
to "show wisdom'' and will seek
a settlement that will insure Is-
rael's security ami guaranteed
frontiers while safeguarding the
rights of the "Palestinian peo-
) l "
A Long Hot Summer Predicted
TEL AVIV IJTA' A high-
ranking Israeli military officer
this week assessed the situation
along the- various cease-fire lines
and predicted "a long hot sum-
mer" especially in the Suez
Canal sector. The officer, who
preferred not to be identified,
said Israel's recent commando
sorties against strategic targets
deep Inside Egypt were not re-
taliatory attacks but measures
taken to discourage increased
aggression by the Egyptians. So
far, they have be'en successful,
he said.
Accoreiing to the officer. Presi-
de nt Nasser is caught in a three-
way squeeze between the Egyp-
tian military, politicians and the
public at large. The Army offi-
cers in Cairo insist that the
Egyptian Army is fully recover-
ed from its defeat in the June.
1967 Six-Day War and demand
action. The politicians are de-
mantling military action because
they see no political solution in
sight acceptable to Egypt. And
the Egyptian public, inflamed by
stories of alleged Arab gue-rrilla
successes along the Jordanian
and Syrian cease-fire lines, are
urging the' Egyptian Army to
drive the' Israelis out of the
Sinai Pi ninsula.
In these circumstances, the
Israeli office r said. Nasser must
en ate the impression of mili-
tancy and is trying to do so
by continuous shelling of Israeli
positions on the canal's east
Lank and by e'ommando and
mine-laying expeditions into the
Israel-held Sinai. But Israeli
counter-action has deterred him
from any large scale operations,
the' officer said. Surprise com-
mando attacks deep in the Nile
Valley and uncomfortably close
t< the' Aswan Dam have taught
Nasser Chat Egypt would have'
to pay an exorbitant price if it
precipitated a large scale battle
with Israel. The officer said the
situation on the Lebanese hor-
de i was quiet despite the pres-
ence of 600-800 Arab guerrillas
in southern Lebanon. He said
that if that border "warmed up"
appropriate counter-measures
would be' taken.
Jews Reported Alarmed
About Emigration Deadline
HAIFA i JTA > Peilish immi-
grants who arrived here Monday
aboard the Israeli motorship
Moledet reported growing alarm
among Jews in Poland that they
will not be able to leave that
country after Sept. 1. That date
was the deadline set by the War-
saw regime to end its hitherto
fairly Liberal policy <>f issuing
exit permits to Jews desiring to
ge | i Israel
According to the new arrivals.
Slovakin Minister of Interior
Accuses 3 Jewish Agencies
large numbers of Jews were lin-
ing up at the Dutch Embassy in
Warsaw every day to obtain Is-
raeli visas. The Netherlands Em-
bassy has been handling Israeli
affairs in Poland since the' Polish
Government broke- diplomatic
relations with Israel after the
June, 1937 Arab-Israeli war.
An estimated 5.000 of Pol md's
20 0!0 remaining Jews departed
since 1967. The bulk of them
left in 1968 when th" Polish
Government blame student un-
resl on "Zionists." launched an
,. i lev. ish campaign and purged
Jews from posts in the Govern-
ment, the Communist Part} ind
Continued on Pg 8-A
LONDON I JTA I The Slo-
vakian Minister of Interior has
accuse-d three international Jew-
ish organizations of "acting
against Czechoslovakia on the
directives of a foreign intelli-
gence service," it was reported
here.
The accusation was made by
Maj. Gen. Egyd Pepich in a
speech to a plenary session of
the Slovak Communist Party in
Bratislava. He alleged that the
Jewish Agency, the Joint Distri-
bution Committee and United
Hias Service were "gathering in-
formation about life in Czecho-
slovakia, organizing emigration
from Czechoslovakia" and gen-
erally acting against Czech in-
terests through their offices in
Vienna.
Vienna is a way station for
Jewish refugees from Poland
and Czechoslovakia. The Jewish
Agency assists theise emigrating
to Israel and Hias. the Hebrew-
Immigrant Aid Society, assists
migrants to other countries.
JDC is a world-wide relief or-
ganization.
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Who Is Jew Debated By
Civil Courts, Rabbinate
TEL AVIV <.TTA> A now'
ite has arisen between Is-
rael's civil courts and the chief
rabbinate over the determina-
tion of who is legally a Jew. A
TV Aviv ilisiri.'i conn lias ruled
that the circumcised son of a
non-Jewish mother is a Jew on
the strength of his mother's dec-
laration to that effect at the cir-
cumcision ceremony.
But Israel's Ashk.na/ic Chief
Rabbi. Isscr I'ntcrmann. pro-
tested that the question of who
is a Jew is a matter of Jewish
religious law which can be de-
li ...I only by rabbinical courts.
He insisted thai under Jewish
lav. a Jew is either one who has
been born to a Jewish mother or
lvas own convi rtod to Judaism
The court, however, main-
tained that civil courts have ex-
clusive jurisdiction over declara-
tory judgments as to the religion
of a i>orson while the rabbinic
courts have the right to deal
with the matter only in cases of
application for marriage or con-
version.
'Jewish Cantata-
Is Scheduled For
SP
U. Of Florida Has
New Hillel Head
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundations
recently named Rabbi Michael A.
Monson of No.v York as director
)f its program for Jewish students
and faculty at the University of
Florida, it was announced by Rabbi
Benjamin M. Kahn, Hillel Founda-
tion's national director.
Rabbi Monson, 2S. who was
1112 Premiere
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck's
"Jewish cantata," tentatively
entitled "Gates of Justice," will
make its premiere at the Acad-
emy of Music next spring, the
Jewish Exponent has reported.
The cantata was commissioned
In 1968 bj Rabbi Charles D.
. director of the Pennsyl-
: Council of the Union of
Ami rican Hebrew Congn ga-
The t' achings of the Prophi ts
; Led by Mr. Brubeck to
ary scene, the Ex-
i : ted. The cantata is
scored for brass, organ, piano
a: d timpani, two soloists and a
IS. T< nor soloist will be a
.: who will sing the teach-
ings of Judaism while a Negro
baritone will question their rele-
vance to his life. The chorus will
be the Philadelphia Singing City
Choir. Rabbi Mintz said he
hoixxi the cantata will be used
in the synagogues as a sermon
"to bring home the message of
Judaism as an exciting dramatic
mode."
RABBI MICH All A. MONSON
graduated from Lehlgh University
and ordained by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, has been a
teacher in rebglous schools in New
York, Pennsylvania and New Jer-
sey.
He will head the Jewish compus
; movement which began at Florida
in 1940.
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Attack Near Port Tewfik Most Successful
TEX AVIV Kgyptiai) commando raid on an
Israt li military i>osHion in the
Port Tewflk area last Thursday
was tlie most successful since
the Six-Day War. a military
Bpokeaman conceded. The toll
lias nov. risen to seven dead and
two wi-"inded. One missing sol-
dier. Crap, David Sabashi, liO, of
l.ydda, taken prisoner by the
Egyptians, died in prison, his
captor; said today. Heavy dam-
age was inflicted on the K^yp-
lian town of Sue/, near Port
Tewflk following nearly day-
long ex-hanges of artillery, dur-
ing whl'-h one Israeli was injur-
ed, the s|>okesman said.
Ho reported that two Israeli
tanks had been damaged when
the Egyptians cn&set the Suez
Canal at dusk under heavy artil-
lery cover and penetrated be-
yond the edge of the waterway.
Port Tewfik is an Egyptian l>ort
and rail-point at the tip of a
promontory jutting out from
Suez toward the village of El
Shalt just across the Canal. The
100-Otile-long waterway is a few
hundred yards wide at that
l>oint.
Egypt claimed that its force
killed or wounded 40 Israelis,
held the position for an hour, de-
stroyed artillery emplacements
and retreated across the canal
without raftering any casualties.
At the same time, the semi-
official Cairo newspaper Al Ah-
raih said in an editorial that the
Increasing number of assaults
were preparations for "larger
operations" aimed at breaking
the "existing stalemate" and
forcing the Israelis to withdraw
from Sinai. Al Ahram said that
the forays were of "first-rank
importance." giving Egyptian
troops combat experience and
enabling commanders to im-
prove battlefield tactics.
The Israeli military spokes-
man said that the Egyptians
blanketed the area with an in-
tense artillery barrage which
served as cover for an estimated
100 attackers who crossed the
shallow waters by boat and
reached a jetty which was diffi-
cult to hold because of its nar-
row width. He said there were
; several tanks on the jetty anl
j that it was the tanks and not
| the Israeli position which was
> the target of the assault. The
commandos got close to the
tanks and attacked them with
bazookas. An Israeli position
o|K'iied fire on the commandos
who re-crossed the Canal by 10
p.m. The raid fifth in 23 days
came only a few hours alter
Israel had returned to Egypt the
bodies of nine commandos killed
in an abortive raid on an Israeli
Army |>st opposite Ismailia on
July 7.
Czech Jewish Community Marks Millenium
i
LONDON UTA i The Jewish
community in Prague has begun
a small scale celebration of what
was to have been a major na-
i|onal event with thousands of
epitori anticipated from ahnvid.
oc-\tsion is the Jewish mil-
Hum the l.OOOth anniversary
.lewisn settlement in what is
isou Cy-choslovakla.
Plari-. for a scries of elaborate
cultural and historical events in
which Government authorities
vvejv l have participated were
ui view of the changed political
-stu it i-n iii Czechoslovakia. Dr.
\Bcm Benba, curator of the
Stair .'.vi.sh Museum in l*raffUe,
vent, said in a foreign services
idio interview that "the inter-
nations: situation is not exactly
the riM.t propitious for such
calibrations."
Nevertheless, the occasion was
narked locally bj a conceit at
ilk- Spanish Synagogue of works
cdnipoM [] by Pavel Haas, Gideon
I Jr n and Hans Knfcser whil<
i ie\ -.vi re inmates of Theresien-
-la't' concentration camp rli rii
Wo Id War II An i xhi '
titled "Unknown Eiees of the
Jewish Past" opened and a series
Of lectures was scheduled on
Jewish contributions to Czech-
oalovakian culture, literature and
the arts.
The Jewish millenial celebra-
tion in Czechoslovakia was orig-
inally scheduled for the summer
of 1968 but Czech authorities
withdrew official support in the
wake of the June. 1967 Arab-
Israel war. The event had been
re-scheduled for this summer.
Jews Reported Alarmed
About Emigration Deadline
(Continued from Page 1-A)
the communications and other
industries. Though exit visas
were issued to Jews without ton
much difficulty, they are per-
mitted to take only So in cash
out of the COUn.tr> and must pay
a heavy tax on household Items
and personal valuables. The
change in policy on exit permits
has Im'.h attributed to pressure
from the Arab countries which
sti 'ngthening Israel, although
many of the Jews I iviug Poland
with Israeli visas eventually go
ti> other countries. It was also
said that Polish leaders were
concerned over the departure ol
scientists, engineers and physi-
cians who are Jewish.
The polish Government an-
nounced in June that "a< of
Sept. 1. Jews no longer will be
permitted to apply for emigra-
tion to Israel 'under relaxed pro-
visions." There were 3.3 million
Jews in Poland before \\'..!
War. II
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Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
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The Home's costs are sky-rocketing because of'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the Home an ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
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The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
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Thrift Shop.
All contributions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 and arrange for our
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, JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
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Friday, July 18. 1969
Volume 42
3 AB 5729
Number 29
JDC Aids Our Brethren
No Jew needs to be told of the work of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, but the annual report of that agency
again highlights the needs of our brethren overseas de-
spite its lack of glamor these days.
The "Joint," as it is affectionately known, not only
provides for the needy in countries where Jewish aid is
expectedas Israelbut in a number of Arab and Mos-
lem countries. In recent years, a good deal of assistance
has gone to Jews in France, most of them immigrants from
North Africia. Some 3,000 who managed to leave Poland
last year were also assisted and, in all, 340,000 men,
women and children in 25 countries were aided.
Part of the United Jewish Appeal, which shares the
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal, the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee continues to live up to the high stand-
ards that were set when it was first established in 1914.
We Recognize Israel's Friends
Peace in the Middle East may be imposed by the
major powers although their strength in this direction
seems somewhat exaggeratedbut it can only be mean-
ingful to all concerned through direct Arab-Israel peace
negotiations. This is where the thrust of big power per-
suasion should be concentrated.
In this respect, we compliment Senator Edward Gumey
and Congressmen Claude Pepper and Dante Fascell for
their recognition of this hard fact of international life. Their
recent endorsement of a declaration in favor of such Arab-
Israel negotiations is another manifestation of their friend-
ship for Israel which we feel should receive due recogni-
tion from the Florida Jewish community.
Student Unrest Knows No Boundaries
We know that student unrest knows no national
boundaries so it is no surprise that student and youth
delegates, represented for the first time in the Zionist
General Council, recently added that august body to the
list of disturbed oldsters.
The young people had the Chutzpah to demand that
elected instead of appointed by the political party ma-
chines. And when the leadership refused a firm commit-
ment on this issue, only a promise to "study the demand,"
the youth delegates not surprisingly took a walk.
One may sometimes despair of the actions of our
young, but we have a feeling thai WZO has been strength-
ened, not weakened, by the excitement and :r.t3rest aene-
rated. This is the future leadership of world Jewry an.-i it
is good that it has enough concern for the future to :
lenge the practices of the pa3t.
More Thoughtfulness
We would hazard a guess that most Ameiracn Jews
were not displeased with the idea of a service conducted
On the White House Sunday morning series, although it is
fair to state that it wasn't only Orthodox Jews who were
distrubed by the inclusion of a Protestant hymn which af-
firmed the traditional Christian doctrine of the trinity. There
are Protestant hymnsor the Psalmswhich would oftenr
no one in this kind of "ecumenical" ploy.
The Nixon family, cfter all, served kosher food in derer-
ence to Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, who conducted the ser-
vice. Such thoughtfulness could have been extended to the
selection of a hymn appropriate to a Jewish service in an
ecumenical setting.
Comment
The national concern for >
quality of Jewish education is a
one, and I share it. I also
stem to share with a lot of peo-
ple rabbis, educators, laymen
confusion about what they want
from this education; the goals, it
you please.
Holding a non-orthodox stance.
I find nothing really wrong with
confusion except frustration that
so few others concerned with
the problem 1 is there one?) are
as willing to accept my state of
being confused. I contend that
after we reach agree tnent on the
need for bettor teachers, con-
tinued education after bar 11.it/-
vah and confirmation, more
audio-visual materials, better
texts, day schools, more hours,
more money, greater imagina-
tionthe list is endless we are
still at the beginning: Why? For
What Purpose?
A simple enough answer. I
suppose, is to produce better
Jews but. then, how do you de-
fine that? Or. worse, who de-
termines it? If the purpose is
maximal, that is that every Jew-
ish hoy or girl is equipped to go
on to a seminary or, at least, to
give the rabbi directions in re-
ligious thought as a lay leader,
that might be one direction. If.
on the other hand, it is minimal
in that the children come out
of the schools knowing the dif-
ference between Shavuos and
Succos, that the Sabbath and
the holy days begin at sundown,
and that they are Jews with
some responsibilities for a heri-
tage, that is another.
What I believe is being sought
I thos who kee] vlewi Jew-
tion a "di 1st *' is a
^ : iti in thai properly belon
,. er age, when it was
to think of educating our
youth intensively and on a mon-
olithic scale. There can hi no
other explanation for the many
flights from reality I have re 11
an I h -a I since bee tming a part
of the Commission on Jewish
ation of the Gi at -r Miami
Federation.
Among the worst ffenders, I
think, are man of ur 1
The prophets ol d 1 >m are
Orthodox, Reform and Conserv-
ative rabbinate, it th Sunday
sen program has been a faii-
ur according to local Reform
Rabbi Morris Kipper, we can
take note that Conservative
Rabbi Stanley Kessler of West
Hartford complains about the
products of the three-day school,
and that the latest meeting of
Orthodox rabbis pointed fingers
of shame at the five-day cheder.
One must not stop there,
either. It probably was not lost
upon those interested in the sub-
ject that the three major rab-
binical groups also had some un-
kind things to say about their
cwn seminary products, and had
they failed to say them the stu-
dent complaints about the qual-
ity of the teaching at those sem-
inaries or the subject matter
being taught is a matter of
record.
I am concerned that all of us
will become so bogged down in
the search for an unattainable
educational goal that we will
by EDWARD COHEN
: iur chll h- >n by neg
1 se which we can reach. Rec-
ing all that must b lone
to strengthen Jewish education,
still testing by the Bureau of
Jewish Education through t'
years shows quite conclusively
that our children are acquirli ;
knowledge of their history
and faith and, mote importantly,
have acquired a strong sense of
Jewish identity.
: si no n asoti whj >:
inal splintered system
Sho ild not continue to pi
I u diverse kinds of Jews they
':. ve b lolng. This is th
ol the year when ai 'nta a: <
thinking ol synagogue affiliat I
primarily in t rms I -"ducation
for t hi n children consider how
much worse it would be it they
didnt believe that education im-
portant! and my advice t>
them is to select the synagog'i
which provides the highest qual-
ity in th Jewish lite style best
fitted to thetr particular farr.i-
!.. Minimal, maximal, or in-
between, as long as it's Jewish!
The answers, if there are an-
swers in a time when Judaism,
like Christianity, like the nation
are all living through crises, as
well as self-examination and re-
orientation, are not easy to come
by. They certainly will not be
found in nostalgic I believe in-
accurate, as well backward
looks to the "good old days."
They will be found, if at all. in
the experimentation of those
bold enough to challenge the
prevailing myths of Jewish edu-
cation.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON As a kin.i
of grisly summertime farewell
to the United States in this fair-
ly grisly summer of 1969. this
reporter has already examined
some of the dangers now hang-
ing over American liberalism,
which has been powerful so long.
Yet the greatest danger of all
still remains to be analyzed.
This greatest danger really
arises from two curious habits
that afflict almost all American
liberals. They never seem to talk
to anyone, except on" another.
Ar. 1 they n> ver teem to read his-
t.-Ty. or even to remember quite
: cent history.
Thus patriotism and national
pride still run very deep indeed
among the great majority of mid-
dling Americans; but they are
currently unfashionable among
lib-'rals. So they are not sup-
posed to exist. Ami in the same
fashion, this country's outraged
and quite shocking overreactlon
to the alleged "loss of China'' be-
longs to history. So it is not sup-
posed to have occurred or, at any
rate, to matter today.
These an- the reasons, one sup-
poses, for most American liber-
als' seemingly feverish desire to
bring about the very develop-
ment that would be most dan-
gerous to themselves; namely,
an American defeat in the Viet-
namese war. In this respect, they
make you think of the Indian
widows who used to practice
suttee and hungered for the
flames before they cast them-
selvea upon the pyre.
In the old days, to be sure, we
had two strains of American
liberalism, hard-boiled and s,>ft-
boiled. Herd-boiled liberalism
viewed the world and history
v ith a realistl eye. but it
;: nee the
tragi !. at h
An i ail th sofi
t 1 be In nan u
by nature.
Yel it 1 i to
> cat
and is over 21, thai in
':< I at in Vii
be hid ..-.:., \
...
>; a) any rat- fan
politi-
cal system it-
Here the fiist point to n it
that A d 1 ic 1 is not a "sporting"
country. No Americans play
crick* 1 x spt in Philadelphia.
Whei things go badly wrong, as
was proved by the aftermath of
China's alleged "loss," most
leans tend to demand visi-
ble Scapegoats hanging from vis-
ible telephone poles.
In this connection, it does not
matter a damn that the Viet-
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The modern British Chieftain
tanks, for which Israel put in a
bid last year, have been denied
to her so long as the Big Four
meetings on the Middle East
continue, he said. The general
sentiment among the people and
government of Israel. Mr. Weil-
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government's refusal to sell the
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fourth of Israel's children live in
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Israel's security.
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million in the United States
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as it no doubt is. Ii measures had
bet n taken to av n the "loss ol
China,'- they would have been
bitterly unpopular. Long after
thai supposed "loss." too, the
pompons tools who had so pro-
foundly misread the Chii
Communists continued to !> re-
garded as tin soli authoritl on
the whole subject.
Bui then the chickens startt il
coming home to roost, ;! be-
fore you could say Jack Robin-
son the scapegoat-h int, though
grossly unjust, had also started.
Lnt in the pr si nt case, it will
be far worse whi n the chickens
start coming home to roost and
pray God thai nt \ i r net ris lo
happen for two rather obvious
reasoi s
To begin w it h, il is pul ting it
rather mildly to say thai all
sort-, oi misguidt il |x ople lia\e
j_-!\ n prett xts for a gr at na-
il outcry about a "stab in
the back" in Viet Nam. To op-
p is* a war ti ontall>. w .th true
courage, ; ou think it is
u i ong is i i II l o pi I
that an American defeal "ill be
painless and even rathci enjoy-
able the common line is
another thing.
Bt cause tin > n vt r r ail his-
tory, there art so ne .....pic who
may actually i> lieve i his ludi-
crous pretense, But in t hi second
place, if and when 'ins country
accepts deft at in Vit t Nam, the
chickens thai will come home to
roost, thereafter, will arrive in
huge flocks and will all look like
\ ultures.
As reported already in this
s] arc. for instance, it i~ a n a-
sonable, officially accepted esti-
nate that it Hanoi gains control
of South Viet Nam. the South
Vietnamese who will then be
massacred, in the manner seen
at Hue in 1968, may easily num-
ber above 1.5 million. And every
one of these million and a half
people v>il] !* shot, or buried
alive, or clubbed to death, again
as at Hue. for putting his or her
faith in the United States of
America.
No on<- can suppose that this
wholly predictable honor can
fail to produce a violent national
revulsion in America. Add to it
the political consequences of an
American defeat throughout the
rest of Asia and in every other
part of the world as well, and
you have a i>ot of poison that
can too easily, as stated, end by
deforming our traditional politi-
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Paqe 7-A
Or Olom Elects 1969 70 Leaders
the temple's socl 1 hall.
I t
ci
Max r
Jack I.ubir, was Installed as responding secretarj
president of Temple Or Olom at a Clcin, chaplain.
i. t installation affair held in
Sisterhood vice i res! lei
Mrs. Martin T< II, Mrs, Pau
Rabbi Ralph Gftxman officiated erman, Mrs* Paul Ber
m the ceremonies which Included Ralph Fistel, Mrs.
the induction of the officers and
board oi directors of the Temple
Brotherhood and Sisterhood. The
Broth'-rhooil president la Paul
Ginsberff, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz
is the new president of Sisterh > I
Other temple officers during the
coming year include Lawrence
Kaplan, Sam Ki ssler and Manuel
Merker, vice presidents. William
Seidman, financial secretary: My-
ron Kahn, ti. isurer; Tlv
Sloan, recording secretarj': Mrs
Henry Paul (Fannie, cone-;
ing secretarj
Brotherhood officers are Wally
Lai in -. Erwin Moss, vice pr si-
dents; Martin Tell, recording sec-
wtai >: R ilph Fistel, fit incia
secretary: Milton Mitzenmai
treasurer: Arthur Grossman, cor-
and Bcits
Congregation Supports Rabbi
1 are
Zuck-
. Mrs.
orman.
Young; Musician Is
Harder Working,
More Versatile
"Despite the gallons of news-
taper and magazine ink devoted
to Beatlc-type combos, today's
;.\e:a-. youi..' jaZZ musicians are
legitimate longhairs in the s< nse
o' ile d-o. president ol Victor Pianos and
(>|gnns.
"A survey by Down Beat Maga-
zine has revealed that today's
ydung musician works harder, and
i. nuir versatile." he reports, "Tin
aferage Down Beal reader (81.000
were queried) spends more than
L3 hours |>er week playing, is pro-
ficient on 3.1 instruments and
owns 2.7." (This may Indicate In
borrows .4 instruments when hi
leeis like playing one lie doesn't
own -in 4.2 time?
'Down Beat's circulation has
bosffl boosted by ,ru' amateurs who
law have professional-like enthus-
iasm and knowledge of the sub-
ject," saj's Mr. Tibalileo. 'Any
music dealer today who argues
vwth a teenager about amps usual-
ly comes in second beat.
"Young musicians' interests art
more varied today. Kidfl ate inter-
i -ted in playing music the par-
ticular instrument or the type Ol
music seems to matter less and
ii s8." according to the music com-
I By official.
Until recently Down Beat had
l en known as the ja/.z bible. And
wliile \!\/./. players head the list of
ii- readers with 70.1^, and i>opu-
laa music is not far behind with
:<\r'. 44.7% ot its readers were
fonnd to play classical music, the
parentage playing in stage and
dance bands was found to be 30.4.
with another 22.fi'; accounted for
by marching bands. Playing in
symphony orchestras were 6.~r;-.
:i figure above that of the national
average asnong amateur musicians.
Shown (from left) are new offic-
ers of Temple Or Olom, Jack
Lubin, Mrs. Gerald Schwartz
3nd Paul Ginsberg.
Mrs. Arthur I'rimik, terasurer;
Mrs. Mel Shirk, financial dues;
Mrs. Ted Sloan, corresponding
l Ktaiv; Mrs. H-iVit Scltman.
recording secretary. Mrs. Lawrence
Kaplan Is immediate past presi-
dent.
The chairman for this affair was
Mrs. Paul Bcrgcr.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (JTA1
i:i< ven years in a southern pul-
pit has left Emmet A. Frank
with the conviction that a south-
ern congregation vviil support a
rabbi who speaks out for what
he believes is the truth < ven on
the explosive issue of civil rights
of Negroes.
Pointing out that a spiritual
leader is always subject to re-
straints from members of his
congregation who disagree with
him, Rabbi Frank told the Wash-
ington Post that "freedom of the
pulpit is something you have to
fight for all the time." He re-
called that he ua d his 1958 Yom
Kippur sermon to attack Vir-
ginia's "massive resistance" to
school desegregation, enraging
the local White Citizens Coun-
cil. When he was invited to speak
at the Unitarian Church in Ar-
lington, a bomb threat stopped
the service. During his service
as rabbi of Temple Beth El here,
some three dozen members left
his congregation because of his
stands on public issues but the
total membership has increased
from 100 families to more than
500 and the temple has ben en-
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Rabbi Frank, who is leaving
Temple Beth El to Income senior
Dr. Robert Gordon
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Jfewisft HanMfaf?
Friday. July 13, 19$g
Academy Branch Announces Plans
New Education Degree At Barry Graduate Division
PI;i I Ul eslai !i-h:;ient of
S '..t!i Dad Branch of the
Hi tin. Academy ef Greater1
Mian, w re :. nouneed this uk
bj I la Merwil ridenl ol
the H : w la; school stablished
i:. M a< h 21 > ars ago.
> Mill
Hebrew curri-
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that a third gradi maj als
, September there is
sufl fistration 1
ditior..:l grades will be l I In
Bubs* irs he
Class) m spao the coin-
ing ;. be provided by Tem-
l i Olom, ST."." s\v 16 Si
which will also mak< >le to
th- new school branch, dining
South Daile
tl ..:> offset this limi
Other South Dad who
the ttee
the new branch includi B ::
Clein, Garj F i Me! G -een-
\ r, HOW
K< ssli r, Ja 'k I.
of Temple Oi I i
Manny Merker, Mrs. Irwin Moss
' x NuhonuM ic, Arthu th,
Barry Roth' i
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expans plans for
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N irtl Mi Beach were I i si
announced
Acs >-:. by Leon-
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of the Miami B- i lucational
comp-< \. P. th.it the
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South Dade Branch would pro-
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a tor the Academy to
limit the usual, annual enrollment
increase during the coming ;
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Friday. July 18. 1969

Y Director Attends Israel Seminar
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liam Ho'i i. R brt Ryan and
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N in1.' at Wometc >"s
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c incerned with three major
aspe !-: c mti np r irj :- : ,
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country,
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exi c itive director of th
VMM A -,
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Beth El Appoints
Irving Jacobson
frving Jacobson, who has
administrative ex| with
two local temples, h is been ap-
inti d admii Irector ol
Ti n pie B th El In Holl/w.....I, it
anno meed by temple pn si
l< :' Morton !.. Abram.
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* Jen isii Fkridi&r
Friday. luly 18. 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Torah Means Teaching
Sobbi Jaile
By KABKI SAM I EL Z. JAFFE
Temple Beth Kl. IIoII.vwixnI
"Torah" literally means a teach-
an instruction. Ever since
.-inai. for countless generations of
our people the
Torah bai been
a textbook pro-
viding g u i d e-
iines and direc-
tion lor thi' at-
tainment of the
'**JH full and mean-
L 3^ ^F life. Its
B ^HkUn^ ethical 1i achings
B ^f^fW moral in-
served not only
;is the founda-
tion of the Jew-
'. way oi life but as the corner-
tone ol our civilization. "And you
II teach tin in diligently" the
andates, the mitzvohs has been
le admonition of tradition. Lcarn-
ig, then, is a prime goal of Juda-
m. Education is the instrument
j ii survival and the continuity of
ic heritage.
Since the time I attended col-
ge, many new educational theo-
iea and concepts of |>cdafogy
I ave been advanced to facilitate
; id enhance the learning process.
home are quite revolutionary in
nlire, yet the old pedagogic prin-
iple ol repetition to strengthen
required knowledge remains equal-
valid and sound in our progres-
society. Repetition confirms.
is learning through rehearsal.
The architects of our faith well
> nderstood this principle of peda-
ogy. They applied it not only to
i le [H'ople of the Hook, the |>eren-
i.il students, but to the Book it-
if. The fifth book of Moses,
hieh we begin this Sabbath as
e prescribed Synagogue Scrip-
I iral reading, was initially desig-
ated bv our sages as Mishna
orah, the Repetition of the Torah.
"he Greek-speaking Jews who
analated this name as Deuter-
i nomy, also tried to imply that it
as a repetition of the law and
i lat it was a second law.
The quintessence of the Torah
: 9 enunciated in Exodus, Leviticus
: ml Numbers is recapitulated and
-peated by the Law-giver in the
t mcluding hook of the Pentateuch.
loses is the teacher par excel*
1 ncc. Moshe Rabbenu. He realizes
. tat his long career as the shep-
.id of his flock is coming to an
id. Time is running out. Soon he
ill depart from their midst. Will
e noble teaching to which he
. cdicated his life be forgotten
ith his demise? Experience has
taught him tluU fits is an obdurate
stiff-necked people, prone to back-
sliding, hankering after the flesh-
pots of thi' pagan immoral society
which until recently had held
them in bondage, flow can he make
1 fast that Divine instruction0
Deuteronomy Is Moses' farewell
address. It is the testament anil
testimony of a faithful servant of
of the Lord a brilliant and elo-
quent summary of the distilled
(ssi nee ot the God-faith which an-
imate d his entire life and which
he in turn engendered in the
hearts of the children of Israel. It
Underscores the mural commit-
ments which the arbiter ol human
. di stiny demands of man.
The instruction Is not new. The
li ssnn is repeated, but the words
take on a new dynamic, a greater
relevancy. However, it is not thi
:: isage alone but the man. the
teacher himself whose strength of
character as exemplified by years
of unswerving devotion, of faith
and faithfulness, left its impact
ii|>on the souls of his people and
whose law was thus inscribed upon
the tablets of their hearts.
The educational process, wheth-
ei in the realm of religion or in
the area of secular culture, calls
for the principle of repetition to
strengthen the retention of facts
land the inculcation of values. But
\ even more so. optimum learning
I depends primarily upon the teach-
er, the personality and the passion
oi the man Invested with this sa-
cred responsibility.
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Yugoslavia Notes
26th Anniversary
BKLGRADK (JTA) The
26th anniversary of the deporta-
tion of Jews from the Hungarian-
occupied regions of Yugoslavia
during World War II was mark-
ed by memorial services in the
synagogue at Subotica. Another
memorial service was held across
the border in Szeged, Hungary.
A gathering at the Jewish ceme-
tery near Subotica was ad-
dressed by Dr. Lavoslav Kadel-
borg. president of the Federation
of Jewish Communities of Yugo-
slavia. He warned that the dan-
gers of neo-Nazism and anti-
Semitism still lurked in Europe.
The Jewish communities of Su-
botica. Novi Sad. Somber, Senta
and other towns were decimated
by the Nazis. In Szeged, a me-
morial monument was unveiled
to the former rabbi. Dr. Imanuel
Locw.
u. .u*.i ..M.iimt'n
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Devarim
M es expl tins and interprets the Law to the people.
'Beyond the Jordan, in the land of Moab, took Moses upon
him to expound this law" (Deut. 1:5).
DEVARIM The first few verses introduce the entire book
of Deuterom ny, which contains Moses' address to the Israelites
in Transjordan after the d feat ol the Amoirtes and Bashan. In
this speech Moses summarizes the Torah as a whole. He reviews
tii causes that bad led him to appoint judges and officials:
li i can I myself alone bear youi cumbrance, and your burden,
and your And I cl ..our judges at that time,
sayii the i tween your brethren, and judge
righteous!} between a man and his brother, and the stranger
th with him Ye shall not resp cl persons in judgement; ye
hear tin small and the great alike' (Deut, 1:12-17).
Most view the incident of the scouts sent to
in, and tl equei thi ii pessimistic re|
He reminds thi I how they skirted Edom, Ammon and
and ntions thi who had formerly inhabited
thos regioi Finally, he recounts the itorj of the conquest of
Tr nsjorda i iid :i partition ol the irea between the tribi
and half of the trib ol Manasseh.
This recounting of the Week// Portion of th* Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
B> KABBI SAMUEL 9. FOX
K it considered a religious
obligation to attend an unveiling
when invited?
While B stone can l>c set at the'
grave of one's beloved without
any special ceremony, the t:
lion is never to vis.t the grave
M ithOUt Offet ill- SOITK av t T for
the memory of the deceased. There-
it the unveiling is over the
grave ol one's father or mother
r teacher, or any one whom one
is religiously obligated to resp :l
during one's life time, he is natur-
ally obligated to respect the same
person after death-especially if it
is a parent, by attending what-
ever ceremony is planned and p
taking in the prayer for the d< ceas-
ed. Otherwise it might be regard-
ed as an insult to the deceased
Why are two verses in the
scripture* preceded and followed
i.v the Inverted letter "MA"".'
The verses referred to are the
35th and 36th verse- of the tenth
Chapter of Numbers. Generally
speaking, when special symbols
are placed in the Bible it is done
because ol a special significance
which the "Masorites" wish to
call to the attention Of the one
who -tudics the Bible. One answer
given is that this section seems
OUt of place since it refers to tin
movement of the Ark which is
described elsewhere. The reason
for it- insertion here i- that it
breaks up the sequence between
one incident of transgression and
another so that tragedy will not
follow tragedy. It also shows that
the Ark is i source of forgiveness
for the transgressions of man.
The second reason given is that
the letter NUN is the first letter
of the two words "Na-Aseh-
V'N'ishnah" (we will do and we
will understand i. This was the
expression used by the [icople of
Israel in accepting the Torah.
When they transgressed they in-
verted their intentions from posl-
tiv. to negative; thus, the two,
letters are inverted. A third ex-j
plan it ion is that the letter "NUN"
is the first letter of the word
"Nachamu" which means conso-
lation. This was the way in which
the message of consolation give
the Hebrews the promise of the
restored Temple which began with
"Nachamu Nachami." Since they
sinned, they lost the pn mise which
was only restored to them by the]
forgiveness which comes from the
Ark.
Harry Reasoner
To Kick Off Series
Harry Reasoner. CBS news an-
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Series being planned for the total'
community by the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Kl of Hollywood.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Birr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 262 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
FYidaj 6 i> ni Saturday I r.iu The
Torah LaBKHoii Mlncha 7:43 p.m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkes 8
ISRAEL (TEMPLfc) Ol- GREATER j
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
BETH M O S H E CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 33
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lcrner. 3
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kinpsley. 37
Kridaj S:1S p m Bt i rti ei i oi dii i
l.y Mr 8am Bloom Bubjart: "Im -
01 Judaism Tien- or our-
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 33
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali P"-ush. 3J
CORAL GABLES
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3173 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
JUDEA (TEMPLE! 5500 Granada
BWd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per. 40
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
\ s p ni I'.iis MltSVati: Harriet
(!ol Scott, ion i.f Mi. and Mrs Rodajei
Irani slim ba b ii "i
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
3 AB 7:54
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berber.
41
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheld-in
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
Friday v II p.m Sermon: A li m
Destroyed A H>u-. I -m .. d Rat
in da) hi s. : nn: "The Lai mi l
.i Jon mluh." Follow >i b)
Kldilush.
EMANUEL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
HALLANDAIE
BETH SHOLUM (TEMPLEi 4144
r^?.hAVA .Libe^'D 1ib"' Lt.1 HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
126 NE. First Ave.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 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.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY !
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthndox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. I
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27!
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.'
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Avo.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 41
Kritii\ VI". | ni s. \ 1. -......iu> ; l < v
Mr. Prank Groanberaj
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1T2S
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvinj
Gold. *
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 7
MtRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S W. Sttrl
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Kottcr.

P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Avo.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Cantor Michael T'ederick 4*
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bon ta Qr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. jq
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
SURFSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surftide. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
60
C<^N?.REGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel.
3.'
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1025
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Con.
J-',7,at'VV. Rab.b' M,l,on Schlinsky
Cantor T!bor Mo.es. v
Harry Reasonei's appearance
on Saturday evening, January 24
v.iii mark the beginning of a cul-
tural program designed to present
"the licst in the field of mass
nn dia. an outstanding novelist,
and a top personality from the
world of music," according to Mis.
Howard Browne, general chairman BFTU TnD," ""
TORAH NE 164tn St at 11th
(d the Min s. "In keeping With thai Ave; Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ol fective," Mrs. EJrowne added.
"we win bring Herbert Tear, Hah
in ami author of 'Heavi n Hi Ip Us'
and 'The Conversion of Chaplain
Colin." on Saturday evening, Feb-
ruary 21. Jan Peerce will (dose the
series on Saturday evening,
March 14."
schitx. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
33
34
Thu page it prepared cooperation tcith tlie Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association,
Coordinator of the jeaturet
ap;---.:':>!!: here is
DR. MAX Lirsr.HITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Brim Torah CONGREGATION
or- North Miami Brach
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iKabbinical J cU
es'ision
Vr
rocirama
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BsaMBli I j:m.i.r
:r.: .iti laf ;.... ;.:t.,>ii; :ifu
Mrs. Morton Abram, president
ol the Sisterhood, recently ap-
pointed Mrs. Louis Solomon to
diieet publicity for the forum
series.
Ticket Committee is headed by
Mrs. Lewis Cohn and Mrs. I.....
Lane.
** '-'";h l0 The Jewish Worship Hour.
H I: lomon Schiff
Beth El. Ml.em
Moon and Man"
'"'> 80Ch. 7, i small Voice.
Hi i Milton Schllnskj
Ti p Adath Yeshurun, North Miami is, h
NO "MAN TO MAN PROGRAMS WILL BK AIRKO IN ,11 LV
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Friday. July 18. 1969
fJenist ncridfian
Paae 11-A
Summer Camps Educational Factor
B) BORIS S.MOLAR
g rnmci camps first ntablish-
ed for Jewish children some 30
j i -. ago by the Arbeter Ring
(Workmen's Circli I, the Jewish
fiat rnal organization with an im-
pressive educational program
an- one "i 'in' most important fac-
tors in Jewish education in this
country. Todaj immer camps are
maintained by Orthodox groups,
('. :i- iv.iiiv ;'... ments, Jewish Centers, li><-;il Jew-
ish communities and individual
Ji w ish dl i it"' S.
Oi an estimated 1.300.000 J< w-
isii children "i school age in the
United Stati >. about a third at-
1i nd Jewish schools ol all ty] -
Sui da> an. rnoon and all-day
schools. Many more are lent by
their parents to J<\\ish summer
ran- 'rfn largest proportion go
ral, not to Jewish camps.
i ;:i i up.!, i ui children sent
I.. Jewish camps is growing from
in year.
M my |ieopl< consider Ihe J> ish
,- imp to i more imiior-
1 : l .r , j m S : :> "' In Hi.- Sun-
. mil a child's .It ^ is
i limit '1 to about two hours
h u ek. in child finds
i f in a Jew ish i '!" ational at-
I- osphere and under the Influence
I v ish ti achers and counselors
:'i hours a .. ill the
w, ks tiiat hi -; i tis m the camp.
In i '..' Yiddishist summer .-ami's
;.,. those ol in. Arbet i Ring
and the Sholem Aleichem school
s>si ins the children live in a
Yiddish cultural world. In the Or-
thodox camps they continue then"
school education in a strict relig-
j.i -. atmosphere. In the Conserva-
tive and Reform camps they arc
>.-i\. n Jewish education in the spir-
it of t lit- modern synagogue. There
bit numerous camps where in-
struction is conducted in Hebrew
and there an' some camps where
only Hebrew is s|H>ki'n. The latter
are maintained by Zionist groups
an.l institutions interested in
mi. ncthcniiiK knowledge of the
Hebrew laimuasr among children.
Thi- results of a summer s|>ont
at a Jewish camp air demonstrat-
ed when tin' youngsters return
home strengthened in their Jewish
filings, conscious of their Jewish
identity, more aware of Jewish
history, and more eager to attend
1li ir Jewish school in the city.
Tl.y never forget the camp days.
Tl atmosphere in the camp re-
mains in their memories for many
years to come. For many children, arc the future strength of Jewish
ihe camp experiences cooajtftuV ,u' America.
thi' basis ol their Jewish identity
in th.u- adolescent years and iii "M PaTani
"* V "- u;'"> 'bey grow up to Thl. gUmmcr months are also
their own children. Thej re- u,iiizcd by the Joint Distribution
member the Jewish camp as well Committee t.. attract Jewish
aa '">' their Bar Mil/- youth ,,, its activities
van |.,u ti. p. rha| s even better.
A gioup ol American Jewish eol-
Israeii Program* sl ,>.-. cently to |ar-
Becausc of .he long-lasting in- ,kl"atc ,n "H" work in wral
fluen,....., a Jewish summer cam,. ;^!~" ^'"ntiics. They will join
education, Ihe Jewish Agency fot .'" "'^ """ns '" *Vel\,Ita!?':
A
Isra.i is trying to enlist as many
Jewish youngsters .:s possible ir.
its programs in Israel, where the>
s|K'iid from si \.n im ten weeks in
kibbutzim.
This summer more than 3.300
American Jewish youths an goii
to Israel to partieipati in some 50
programs \ n ajority of them an
!>. iwi' 1 ; and IT yi ars of a
About 900 are .-ol!' go stud, nts IH
I.. -'5. A substantial number are
girls. Th. v come in large groui
from cities like Los Angeles, c'hi-
capo, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleve-
land, Detroit, Ba I imore, Pitts-
burgh, Houston and other plae s
with a large Jewish population.
The gn at. st number, as usual,
comes from New York City.
Mast oi ihi >e >oun :sti i < will
!
Kibbutz" v' oi I. and stu Ij
wP... ii lasts al i.; !" '.... ks. About
have i' gisti red to remain in
Isi ii I I >i six 111.111111-- to mi. \. ar.
Man. w i I join the "Sherut La'am"
w hich is a \ olunta rj service re-
sembling the 1'eaee I'urps. About
40 American high school graduates
will join the year-long Youth Lead-
: i ship Institute.
All are expected to n turn to the
I'nited States dedicated to Jewish
FYance, Mori and Iran for 1"
w hi k that ill acquaint
111. Ill with local Jewish needs.
Some of the students will work
as counselors in summer camps;
ol is will be assigned to chil-
dren's centers, clinics, homes for
Hi. aged, and oth t InstItuti it s
taincd b> JDC, Thi se inti-
mat ii -...-.-iii-p. rson contacts
w Ml do more to deepen under-
ling betw i < n the Ann rlcan
Jewi--li youth than
reports or textbooks." Samuel
I. I lab r. JDC execut ive vici
chairman, says They will di finite-
ly eontribut to the strengthening
i Jewish consciousness and t" tin
oi : sponsibilhy among
ngoi \ n Ji '.- s for thi
Is ol Jews ovi rseas.
Kadi uf thi sl udi nts w I
le .'I C's work-stud>
paid his own transporta-
'. will 11 ci i\ i paj
l lie .11 >(' for lot al mat
h hile on as nt rhey
from 18 colleges in II com
'II Milt li .-.
Senior Citizens
To Hold Meeting
The American Federation of
Senior Citizens Inc. will have a
meeting July -_'l at the Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan As-
North
Opsr.mq doy depositors nt Flctgler Fadeiai's new
Miami Beach Branch were Mr. and Mrs. Irvinq Street
32C9 South Ocean Drive, Hallandale. Receptionist Ettc
Heiman and branch mcr.aqer James Houston welcome
the Street's to the association's temporary "mobile branch'
at 16501 N.E. 15th Ave. Building plans are being completed
for a permanent branch ctfice to be constructed at tha:
location later this year.
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Friday, July 18. 1E9
MARIAN SNEIDER
Joe Finds Life Very Interesting
In 1929 Joe Blumcnthal won
a plaque from a civic club in
Cleveland for singing ""You Be-
long To My Heart." If Joe had
ciedicatt <1 hi* offering to life and
humanity it could have become
his personal thi me song.
"I love all my patients and I
love all people and that's why
J'm a happy man." declares Joe,
who hai been an employee in the
outpatient department of Mount
Sir.ai Hospital for 16 years. "The
MARIAN
enly way to be happy is to do
things for other people and even
if it hurts I put a smile on my
face and when I smile, the pa-
tients smile. I like to cheer
them up."
Joe came from a poor and un-
happy family. "I've learned to
a] predate happiness. I was the
oddest of seven children and
some of my brothers and sisters
were raised in an orphanage. I
do all I can to make my wife,
Sally, happy."
One of the things that brings
Sally pleasure is Joe's art. "My,
look what Joe did." Sally ex-
claims when she sets his work.
Joe works on his pictures in
8] are hours. He had done some
sketches and showed them to his
fellow employees at Mount Sinai.
They encouraged him to do
more.
"It was like a miracle." Joe
says looking upward, "and the
idta of doing Moses and the Ten
Commandments must surely
have come from God. I believe
there is a Gcd who inspires me.
After I got the idea I went to
the library and studied pictures
and afttr all that I still came
away with my own feelings.
What I do comes from my mind
ar.d htart. I've got to draw what
I feel."
The first large drawing Joe
did was ol the walled city of
Kothenberg which won second
prize in the Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal employees art show. He in-
tends to inter his drawing of
Moses in their next exhibit. The
new drawing is 33 inches long
and 25 inches wide and is a col-
orful testimony to Joe's rever-
ence for Judaism.
"I will soon be 60 years old but
I am not scared of anything. I
just want to keep on going, to
keep my mind occupied and con-
tinue with my art. I believe
strongly in the Jewish religion
and it inspires my drawing."
Joe finds life interesting from
many perspectives. He proudly
shows a pair of sterling boxing
gloves. "I won these in the Gold-
en Gloves match in 1929." he
says with a big smile and a glow
in his eyes. And another part of
his enthusiastic i>ersonality
makes him an avid fossil col-
lector.
This past year Joe got anoth-
er idta. How great it would be,
h. thought, if the image of Rob-
ert Kennedy were placed on a
medal of gold, the original to be
given to Mrs. Kennedy and rep-
licas made to be Sold to collec-
tors. He wrote to Congressman
Claude Pepper and received an
enthusiastic response. Joe's idea
has now become Bill HR10977
as drafted by the congressman
who recommended that the
House Banking Committee ap-
propriate $3,000 to carry out the
nil a.
"I wanted the original real
gold medal to be presented to
Mrs. Kennedy so she can show it
to her children. Robert Kennedy
was a fine American."
So is Joe Blumenthal.
Beth Israel Hosts Cantor
Cantor Solomon Flaks of Knes-
eth Israel Synagogue, Sea Gate,
NY., led the Beth Israel Congre-
gation of Miami Beach in the
services this past Sabbath. Cantor
j Flaks is the son of Rabbi and Mrs.
| Kalman Flaks of Miami Beach.
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Friday. July 13, 1~32
* Jew tsfr fhrkM&n
Pacre 13-A
On their way for the summer are these
youngsters who are participating in the YM-
YWHA's Youth Pilgrimage to Israel. Shown
(:rcm left) are Judy Issenberg, Gary White,
Michelle Lieber. Jay Ehrlich, Marilyn Reisel!
Israeli Community Youth Consultant Michael
Katz. Morris Eisenman, Steven Jurysta,
Aimee Stein and Joel Friedman. The "Y"
Pilgrimage is a seven-week program of
study and travel.
Martin Hoffman Tutor At
Art Institute Workshops


begin on Th .....
contii \ -
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thei information is it the
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Thi of the members of
th>> ah [nstitute will be on tlisnlay
in the Gallery through the sum-
mer. The [nstitute extends a wel-
come to all who wish to visit the
i;a!ltTy tn vu-.v th's.> works.
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Pavilion Of Judaism Opens Again
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MONTREAL tJTA) The
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ar. t His World Exposition here,
itroduced m Expo '67, has been
opened for its thii I season. It
will be open through Sept, 7.
Highlighted is a display of books,
music, art and miniature repro-
ductions, including one of the
Second Temple. Material is in
English, Fren< h, Yiddish and, ti
some an as, I bn *
Ni w exhibits include woodcuts
depicting life in Nazi concentra-
tion camps and an art exhibit
from the Pucker Safrai Gallery
of Jerusalem and Boston. There
is a slide exhibit of tales of
Oielm and live presentations of
tho stories of Sholem Aleichem
as well as Iramatic excerpts
from a shtetl wedding, poetry
rtadings, discussions by Cana-
dian Jewish poets, and folk, clas-
sical and liturgical concerts
Funds for the continuation of
the pavilion were raised by the
Allied Jewish Community Serv-
ices of Montreal.
Catering Service With New Facilities
Herb Lane and Doris Dunn, of i Lane's credits include a dinner
Ambassador Caterers, will head a
new catering service to be known
as the Sheraton Beach Caterers.
With headquarters on the prem-
ises at 19400 Collins Avenue, the
veteran catering executives have
Served some of the most successful
recent parties in South Florida.
Lane for the past Several years
has headed Godfrey Caterers, a 15-
party for then Vice President Hu-
bert H. Humphrey in Bal Har-
bour, another for the family of
Dorothy McGuire, and most re-
cently, a picnic for 5.600 hosted by-
IBM in Boca Raton.
Sheraton Beach Caterers has
available the 1.500-seat convention
year-old South Florida firm based hall at the Sheraton Beach for
in Fort Lauilerdale. Miss Dunn
h >aded Ambassador Caterers. Un-
der that name all the catering
m.vts dietary law standards. To-
gether they have catered Temples,
Opening of the Parker Playhouse
in Fort Lauderdale, the opening j premises,
of the Haft-Gaines development,
Bay Colony, and the first party
held on board the "Elizabeth," the
tir r formerly known as the Queen
Elizabeth.
Some of Miss Dunn arid Herb
major banquets. The hall also has
a number of smaller function
rooms for parties of any size. Ca-
tering assignments will also be
handled off the Sheraton Beach
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vJewisii flcrkMiani
Friday. July 18, 1969
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Nixon Administration Realizing (Brutal) Facts
Washington -
I ITTI.K IIOPK now is hold by
ttn- Nixon Administration for
its bilateral talks with Russia to
produce a settlement of the Arab-
Israel situation that Washington
or Jerusalem could accept. The
Bis; Pour talks have been recessed.
but the bilateral American-Soviet
discussions are being pressed to prevent miscalcu-
lation and aveit a military showdown by the super-
powers in the Middle East.
An emerging Israeli assessment is that American
diplo nats no longer have any illusion that the So-
viet Union or Egypt actually want an honest and
fair peace settlement, but go on talking because
there are other considerations linked with broader
global problems. A dialogue still seems mutually
useful in this changing and volatile world.
Some Israelis no longer share the grave fears
voiced by Foreign Minister Abba Kban over the Big
Four and bilateral talks. They feel Washington is
learning at first hand that you can't get the Arabs
to budge and that Moscow is as uncompromising
and rigid on the Middle East as on Czechoslovakia.
If Washington realises the facts, how can President
Nixon expect Israel to make all the concessions for
an "accommodation" which would amount to noth-
ing more than abject surrender?
Russian conditions are unacceptable to the United
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Chaplain Shortage No Compliment
T is IMPOSSIBLE to estimate the
number of Jews Berving in Viet
Nam or the number of Jews in the
armed forces of the United States. be-
cause military records do not indicate
i serviceman's religion. To do so would
be contrary to the spirit of the Consti-
tution.
The best way to estimate Jewish
military participation is by using the number of Jewish
I ilitaiy Chaplains as measure. With 2,500 chaplains of all
: eligions in all branches of the armed services, the Armed
Forces Chaplain B ard set a quota of so full-time Jewish
chaplains for l96J>-70. roughly ."..1 percent of the total
imber of chaplains.
The Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional .1. wish Welfare Hoard which provides the Jewish
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Are You A Victim?
fdf m an ACT OF sabotage a few
^ v. '.- ago caused an explo-
,ii hi i xposc I ill pi|>c in the
!: as outskirts.
From our perch on Mi Carmcl we
i billowing clouds of
,i- thej swelled up-
ward from ih" point of explosion
Ii >v is most dramatic, bul the fire did nol spn
No lives were losl and no one was injured Within
two flays the pipe had been repaired
V i lill later did we learn thai the Arab p o
gand spokesmen had "in i rm d" the world thai
the war against Israel had Haifa was in
ilame- md the authorities were evacuating the In-
habitants. I don'I know what Story the headline, in
yoor local newspapers told, but we received letters
from several parts of the world expressing sympa-
thy and hoping all was well with us.
In the propaganda r against Israel which K
going on all the time, every minor incident is blown
out pri ,i a lion for the purpose ol "proving" the
Middle l-'isi is a bubbling volcano about to erupt.
0 course we hove hostU< neighbors. It is true
that thej boast and threaten, and occasionally do
cause some damage. But the daily life of Israel has
noi been affected. The children dance in the streets.
the c i lain goes up in the theatres, sightseeing bus-
es roam the < uroryslrie, the beaches ate Jammed.
fruit and vegetable crops are of record size, tele-
vision has swept the country, the melons are oh, so
deliciously juicy, the alleys of old Jerusalem are
i than the streets of many large American
cities, the new postage stamps are attractive, the
hitchhikers talk freely, the Coca-Cola i~ cold, the
wave-drenched grottoe ol Rosh Hanikra are draw-
in.' throngs, Israeli fashion, are breathless, dia-
monds can in- bought wholesale, tourists pose for
pictures with camels, long-separated families re-
unite in hotel lobbies, immigrants arrive steadily
from na neless countries, pipe lines, power lines,
telephone lines and clothes lines are used to full
capacity in short, despiti what your headlines and
imaginative Arab propagandists may say. Israel is
a safe land, a peaceful land.
If you era one of those who have decided t"
post]x>nc a trip to Israel because conditions are "un-
setth-d," the Arab propagandists have scored a
victory Over you! Autumn is a most plensant time
of year to he ben. After the holy days, the weather
is perfect, the crowds are not too great, there is
room in the hotels ...
Or do you prefer to be the victim of Arab
fantasies?
chaplains is now facing great difficulties in complying
with the request for SO chaplains. It was short 22 chap-
lains last year because of the difficulties it faced: this
year there will be a shortage of 27, according to Rabbi
Edward T. Sandrow, Commission chairman.
The shortages are caused by the strong opposition
which developed during the last two years against Amer-
ican partici|>ation in the Vice Nam war. Since 1950 Jew-
ish chaplains have lxvn recruited through a draft of
newly-ordained rabbis imposed by the major rabbinical
bodies of which the JWB Commission on Jewish Chap-
laincy is composed. This draft plan, adopted during the
Korean War. has brought 47.) rabbis into the chaplaincy,
each of whom served no le-s than two years.
As a result of the growing opposition to U.S. involve-
ment in Viet Nam, the Orthodox and Conservative rab-
binates lasl year abandoned their self-imposed chaplainc)
draft system in favor of a voluntary system The Refomi
rabbinate has now followed suit.
Early in July, 20 Jewish chaplains will !* completing
their two-year terms of duty and two career chaplains
will be retiring, while only 17 newiy-ordained rabbis will
l>e entering the chaplaincy for a total of 53 rabbis serv-
ing as militarj chaplains instead of the so requested b>
the Defense Department
Elements in American Jewry who are interested in
strengthening Jewish feeling among Ihe Jewish youth in
this countrj are highl> critical of the rabbinical b di -
abandonment <>: their draft system, The> consider this
movc del telj detrimental to Judaism, Ii seems to me
that they arc right; at a time when there i- so much
talk about the need to strengthen Jewish Identity, any
move which deprive-, young and lonclj Jewish servicemen
of the i" nefits ol rabbinica] guidance and advice will lead
to their estrangement from Jewishness. A Jewish soldiei
away from homi :m(\ in need ol u friend falls verj easilj
the influ.-nee of a chapl In h i befriends him. II
this chaplain i- a Jew, the soldier returns home later
fully conscious ol hi-: j, visti obligations Without this
friendly influence, the ch inc an he will return home
completely assimik ted
The fact thai the rabbinates of the three branches ol
Judaism cannot fill the quota of SO military chaplains for
all branches of the U.S. am* d forces is no compliment
to American Jewry in general. The issue i- all the more
conspicuous, since it is related to the forces opposing the
Vil I Nam war.
BOOK RIVHW
States, because they are so obviously impossible for
Israel to accept. Total withdrawal from all occupied
territories is demanded, for which the Arabs a,-e
willing to offer only a temporary cessation of hos-
tilities. They refuse to sign a peace treaty or to
normalize relations. All that has yet emerged from
the bilateral talks Ls a "give and take" projiosal
the Israelis would give; the Arabs would take.
On the eve of the transfer of bilateral talks to
Moscow, the Arab-Israeli crisis remains at an im-
passe. The Russians want to keep the crisis at mod-
erate heat to further exploit the situation. A limit-
ed war of attrition against Israel is useful to the
Kremlin, keeping Nasser totally dependent while
facilitating Soviet penetration of Moslem lands. The
talks, meanwhile, provide insulation against an
American-Soviet showdown touched off by a big
Israeli-Arab eruption.
No reasonable nation could expect Israel to ac-
cept the present terms Compliance would m an
nothing less than total and unconditional with-
drawal from all territories occupied in 1987
Including the old city <>f Jerusalem and the Golan
Heights. Also, the Arabs would get a bonus through
unrestricted right ol access to pre-1967 Israel as
"refugees." Since nothing can be expected from the
bilateral talks, grim facts mnsl lie faced. Tensions
will increase, more Russian arms and advisers will
arrive in Egypt, the war of attrition will lie esca-
lated. Israel can expect sabotage, guerrilla raids.
minings ami murders is the Arabs seek to turn the
Middle East into another Viet Nam
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SECAl
Thai Black Manifesto
|J \\ inc. BEEN slav.^ in Egypt
and having obtained some rep-
arations from Germany, the Jew-
ish neopi,. are perhaps in a better
position than others to si/e up the
h for James Forman and his
Colleagues In the National BJ
Economic Development Conference
to p half bill! i dollars in
comrontations with re units across the land.
The prospects of rinding the cash laid on the
barrel heal aren't good; the chance- of shod
.i lai i i .".'< nt ol the Ami rican people into a new
re Ii; ition if how determined Black militants are
to dramatize the burning anguish over centuries "i
denial and lr. itiol il be !i, I... n though
the instant reaction of many who read about the
hold approach to churches and synagogues is al-
most physical recoil teamed with severe backlash,
experience shows thai in the long haul, audacious
protest does effect change There's been plenty ol
surprises, ups Is ind cries of "Go slow, go slow'
lot everybody, yet progress, nol retrogression, ap-
P< ars on i he scon b ird.
This lime, the stakes are huge and the approach
spectacular. Indeed, the e is evidence that the 40-
year-old Jim Forman. who personifies Black mili-
tancy, mav prove the m >st potent force for imme-
diate white-black polarization in America.
i
By Seymour B. Liebman
Eshkol: The Man And The Nation

......* ''

TI1K DIPLOMATIC correspondent of |
the Manchester Guardian. Terence
Prittie is known to readers of quality
publications on both sides of the At-
lantic. His book, K-hkol: The Man and
The Nation (Pitman Publishing Co,,
$7.951 is based on numerous personal
interviews with the late prime minister
of Israel and manj of his colleagues. It
is a big book and a good book.
Prittie presents a readable comprehensive account of
the pre-hisior> of Israel, both In Europe and Palestine.
interlaced with biographical details of Eshkol and all
Woven into world events. The author applied himself to ..
monumental task in a scholarly manner. The book in-
cludes ample footnotes and an index. The title is slightly
misleading, since the nation and the events of the century
preceding it and the past twenty years occupy more
pages than the personalia pertaining to LeVi Eshkol.
It has been said that Israel and the Zionist organiza-
tions have been less effective in their efforts to preaenf
the purposes and | friends. IJrittie's name must be added to the growing list
Of non-Jews who prove this assertion. His seven-page in-
troduction should be reprinted and distributed nation-
wide. He presents the problems of the non-Communist
world, not those of Israel ulone, which result from Rus-
sia's obsession to control the Middle East. "Everlastingly
hungry for mere |x>wer." he writes, -the Soviet Union
has preached East-Wesl detente in Europe primarily tor
tactical reasons There would he no me ting of the
minds. For, to the Soviet ruler., the West is still the
enemy The Soviet Union is not Interested in an Ideal
society; it is Interested only in its own."
He contrasts the Jewish initiative in Palestine and
their accomplishments in the swamps and desert hind
that they bought with "the helpless Ignorance end in-
grained indolence" of the Palestine Arabs. He chaws on
many authors and recalls to mind many early pioneers
and minor details that should lie preserved for historv
He carries his account to 1H69. when LevI Kshkol. born as
Shkoinick In Orotowa, near Kiev, died after spending the
last 53 years of his life in the Holy Land as a laborer,
fa inner, soklier in the British Army in World War 1. an
economist and politician. A Jew always devoted to his
people and dedicated to his tasks, he was a humble man,
who was never ambHious for titles, power or grandeur
There are numerous ihotographs and maps in the
book. It is interesting to note that the area in the map
showing what was intended to be the Jewish homeland in
1917 and 1922 is larger than what Israel owns and ad-
ministers today. Those who would have Israel revert to
the borders- of the United Nations of 19-j" should study
these maps thoroughly.
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Friday. July 18. 1969
fJenisti FhcridHian
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
No. 69-10518
SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
OSCAR MoltA
VS.
SILVIA MAN"SO MORA
TO: SILVIA MANSO MORA
mil Sheridan Avenue
Itronx, New York I>4r.o
You. SII-VIA MANSO MORA, arc
hereby notified tluit a Jtill of Complain!
for HivuriT lias been (lied again*!
>nu. and you iii'i' required l nerve n
ropy of your Answer or Pleading to
the l'.ill of Couanlalnl on tin- Plaintiff*
..ii.inv. SIDNEY BFRONSON, 612
Afnsley Building. Miami, Florida 3S1.12
and flla the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the ,>ffi,-, ol ili,- Clerk of the
Clreuit Court on or before the Mat
day of July. IMS. If you fail lo do ho,
Judgment by detain! will be taken
airiiii-1 you for the relief demanded
in the. xei 11 of Complaint
Thin notice shall be publisher! once
..i.li week for four eonae'uliv<* weeks
in TDK JEWISH Kl.ullllHAX
Imivk AM> ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this -.Mil day of June A D
B. R l.EATHEHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Ity: <\ IV COPELA.ND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sidney EFRONSON
612 Ainaley Building
Miami. Florida ::::i:'.2
Attorn, v for Plaintiff
8 27 7 4-11-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 69-7566
Judge B.iLilnn
AMENDED NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
WM.I 1AM EDWARD uai.i.ant ine.
I'laintlff,
vs1.
GEH WJHNE ISAI.l.ANTlNE.
I<- :.-.i,lain.
VI W, GBRAI.DINE ltAl.l.ANTINK.
n Daniel - 8788 Vocum Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, are re-
ouir, ,i to aarvi i ipj of your a.....r
the i'omplai"i for l>l voroe on
DAVID M GONSIIAK, Attorney for
Iff, 117 \ V\ Till S n et, M i m
-i file an >rli
er in th< nffiei of the Clerl
i ireuit Court .....>r before 1st day
' n- u-t. l'"'..'. or a 1 ii t.iuli \\ ill be
-l ngait hi s"U.
DATED, thi* 201 h riaj nl Ju I9C9
K It LEATHKRMAN, Clerk
, 'ii mt Court, I lade County, Flot Ida
13) MAHOCKHITK KENT
li. put] Clerk
6 27 7 1-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
|lh^"J>'l'B,lH$d. di-smng Ao.H-ajKiatcXlW' undersigned ^iviriiiNbjo enqai
fii ^hi*iii,-*: VnnVr rh>- firtirTous name T*nirWei-under rn>'fl,-tm,,ii.- n rV,.
thai
of TA'I'i ,\l p |. ESTATES at 7M0-
50 Tatum Waterway Drive, Miami
Beat-h, Florida intend i>, register said
name with the Clerk ,.f the Circuit
curt of Had. County, Florida
i'-\i i. at 'i.iii'.i-:i(i;
LEON STEINFBMJ
GEORGE Oil RERT, ESQ.
Attorn< y for < rwnera
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE If HEREBY GIVEN thai
I the underMgnrd, desiring to engage
in buHlnesx under the fictitloua Halm
of sl'KliKY s LTD. OF CARRIAGE
ll H'SK. INC I, n i'.M'l. MICH-
AKl.s OF CARIUAOE HOl'SE al
"l"i C. IliiiM Avi nue, Miami tli
Florida Intend* '. register said nami
w >ii ili, i. : of the i 'ir. uu Court
of Dnde i '--tn I >. FIoi da.
sil;Hi:\ 'S I.'I'll IF
CARKI \| IB Hi ll'SB, INC,
R> I'AI' I. SH IEKMAN, Pi i sldi nt
MY EltS, KAPI VN, I'. IRTER,
LBV IN Si >N & KEN1N
Allor n for
SI'RRKVS LTD OF
cakri m;i: in se INC
' l ISO Southwest First Sti el
Miami, Floi l,la '
i z~ 7 I II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN thai
ili. undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
" inidi i the fletitlous i am< of
IIIKL T \l K and TEEN T \I.K at
Mm V \V Stith Stn et, Miami Floi Ida,
'.i-:. i,i nami i u nit
Ii. clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dnde
Floi da
I" Hlil.K T \l K, rXCI IRPI IRATED
llj JOEL II II' ISNER,
l'r. veleiit
HARRIS AND SIRKIN
\' lorni \ for Applicant
!'.,! i.il Itu Mum
Miami, Florida 33131
T in k jr.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBRY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to encage
in husho-ss under the fictitious name
of DRIVEWAY SERVICE al 430 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach Intends t<>
register said name with the Clerk of
>h. Circuit court of Dade County
Florida.
WEINEH ASSOCIATES, inc.
a Florida < 'orp.
MI'ltRAY WEINER, President
HAROIJ) ROSEN
Attorney for Applicant
(2fl Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach
7 11-18-33 i
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS IIKUWItV GIVEN tli
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage
in business under the fietllious name
ol FLORIDA INDI'STRIAL 8CPPLI-
ES8 al 180 West 29th Street, Hialeah,
Florida 8(010 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuil
Court ,,f Dade County, Florida
INDI'STRIAL SI'PPLIBS INC.
' IF FLORIDA
V.\ ; BERN IE WEINTRACB
I'i sid, ni
II VRRIS VXD SIRKiN
A llornej for Applii ant
Bade Federal lluildlng
.Miami. Florida 33131
7 4-11-I-.'".
AKTHI'R UU.I..MAN. Mil at IV
N l-: 123rd Btri et. North Miam
Florida intends lo regieter said nan,
with the Clerk of ll eTllii nil Turn
of Dade County. Florida.
AliTHCR Oil.I.MAN. M D PA.
By ARTHUR ell.I.MAN,
President
FROM BERG, FROMBERG
A ROTH. P.A.
Attorneys for
ARTHUR GILLMAN, M D., PA.
11-102 Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
358-1181
7/4-11-18-23
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HBRBBT GIVEN tli
the undersigned, dealring to engaii
in business under the fictitious nami
of A CRUISE CENTER; BAHAM
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JAMAH'
PUERTO
TRAVBI
TRAVEI
TRAVEI
TRAVEI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-10166
NOTICE OF ACTION
STANLEY A GARDINER and
lli:i.i:.\ W GARDINER, Ins wife,
Plaintiffs,
VK.
HOWARD P oi.r-HAM and
ESTBULA M i'I.HIIAM. Ins wife,
their hairs, executors,
administrators. Rtlccossors
or as-igns. and all persons
holding tbrouKb or by Ihent,
Defendants.
Ti : All parti, s claiming Interest
by, through, under or against
i:i>WARH V ol.DIIAM and
r-STEI.l A M ol DHAM,
his wife, and all their
unknown grantees, devisees,
ln-irs-. a#8lgnces or clalmanti
and all Olher parties having
or claiming to have any right*
title or interest in the
mortgage herein sought to
>.< cancelb '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
v lion for i 'n i Hal Ion of Mori -
has I-- n filed against >,-u and
you .,r>- required lo serve a copy of
: vrltten rtefi II my, to it on
HARLES l\' BATTIST1 and \1\S-
i l-JB c FER1 'ii-:. Attorneys for the
I miff, wl ress I 281S S VV
i i- i. .- Road i Florida,
nd fib lh< i ih tin i l< ,.f
11, d court oi -I befnn
2* July, 1 ea fudg
..... ist you for the
i granted ihi rompl.i I oi
-
\\ ITNBS8 nd nd the si al of
s. ,i Court oi lu -ii
H It LE VTHERM V N
' Cirt'Uil Court
By; I. S Di PIETR"
Depul) '
; :: 7 1-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN PWANCERY
No. 69-10263
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1' will i.i:11;< i\\ it/.,
Plaintiff
vs.
ANN LEIW IWITZ,
II >efendanl
To: ANN LEIBOW1TZ
>H East Mtli Si i I
Brooklyn, New York
You. ANN LEIBOVVITZ, are here-
by notifled lhal a Bill of Complalnl
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
i rapy of your AnsM er "> Pleading lo Ho
BUI of Complalnl on the Plaintiff's
attorney, GOODMAN A IIoi.tzman.
linn Concord Bldg., 66 w-si Flagler
SI Miami, Florida 33130 and file tin-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or hefo.ee Ih6 Int day of
August. 1MB. If you fall lo do so,
judgment by ,I,-fault will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall tm publish,-d onoti
ii-.o'h week for four consecutive w, ,ilca
in THE JKFWSH FI/MtlDIAN.
txiVH AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of June A.D.
1M9,
E. B. LEATHKRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dixie Countv. Florida
Ry: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Oerk
Circuit Court Seal)
GOODMAN A HOLTZMAN
11 no Concord Building
Miami. Florida 33130
"Phone 37S-ORCS
Ittorneys for Plaintiff
6/27 7/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 84109-Clark
It RE Estate !"
M'.TIIl U FELDMAN,
11. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Y,.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed tq present any claims and dejuands
wliich you mav Mav, against the es-
tate of ARTHUR FELDMAN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, lo the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section Trtr: i:. Florida stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Da.de County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or th,- same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of July. A.D. IN '
GERALD K. SCHWARTZ
\s Bsecutor
First publication of this notice on
the Hili day of July, 1909
GERALD K KCHW ART/.
' Attorn. \ for Estate
12th Floor Dade Fedi ral Bldg .
Miami, Florida 33131
7 II-1S 25 J I
IN THE COUiN t Y JUOUE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83727
III RE Estate til
PA CLINK /-'il.i ''I'll,
I ed
XI ITICB TO CREDIT! IRS
To All Creditors and All Pi I mm* H \
.'I.cms or Demands Against Said
i: date:
i'ou are herebi notified ami requir-
ed lo present any claim* .t Demands
Against Saul Estate:
You ar,- hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demands
whl^-li >'OU may have against the es-
tate of PAULINE ZOLOTH, deceased
lal, of I '.ol, County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Bade County, and
fib- the same in duplicate a'nd as pro-
vided in Section ~:\:\ 16, Florida Sta-
tuioe, in their offices m the County
Courthouse in pad, County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
i time of the first publication hereof,
'or th- same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this :'7th
day "f June, A.D. I9M.
MILTON ZOi/iTH
SKI .MA /.KIDMAN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
th, 4th day of July. I9 Simon. HAYS A ORUNDWERG
Am rni y for K\- cut.>rs
:;,,l Ainslej Building
Miami, Florida S31SJ
7 I M I8-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. eg-o-iso
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HARRIET ELIZARE'l II I EVINE
I'
PHILIP LE\ INH
1.. -,
YOU, PHILIP IjEVINE,
nildre* > To] ping Slreel
: nd Ni w York, .
x our .- ii he complaint for
divot Hi rk of th. ahov .-
.,,,,- |imi ., ibiTi f u
HER.M v LI HBN, ESVJ 131
i 'ongri Bldg .Miami I in -.......i
bi fore August 1989 or '......I-
m 1: 1 lal fessed
DATE! I Jum U i 19159.
i; i: LEATHERMAN
i ;. rk of tli,- "In ull 'ourt
Bj C P COPEL VND
7 II-:- :: I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgiii d, desiring .....igai -
in business under Ihe fictitious name*
Of LILLIAN" GARCIA, G \RCI V i "IT It -
GARCIA CITGO SERVICE STATION
at 1117.'. SU 4"tli Street. Miami,
' Florida, In the unincorporated area
of Dade County. Intend* In register
said name* with the Ol. rk of the Cir-
I i-uit Curt of Dade County, Florida.
I.ll.l.l VN sal VZAR
s,.i,- Proprii i. r
IIERNARDU. Col.DFAKII. ESQ.
' TM N w 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida
i Attorney for
! LILLIAN SALAZAR
7 11-18-tS I I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
In business under the fictitious name
of .MICHAEL S. MATSON. I) D.. at
it'.ii B. 2Stli SI Hialeah. Florida in -
lends to r.gisler said naiie- with the
(.'link of Ihe Circuit Court of Dad-
County, Florida.
MICHAEL 8. MATSON, D.D.S.
1'rofcs.siunal Association
SPARBERand ROSE IN PA.
Attorneys for Applicant
ion Rlsenvne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
7/1I-1S-IS 8,1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTH'K IS HER Ell Y <;i\ US Ih ll
till III .1- I sit- n, "i I- t
ii il, the fictitious
\A.\AA MODERN TELEVISION EN-
GINEERS al i7m N.W i v.. iui .
\i i lo register
ii Ihe Circuit i u
,, I : ia
MORRIS EISENRERG
il-27 7 1-11 's
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
: IS IIERBBY GIVEN
ii dersig ned, di [o i*ngagi
ii,..! i- ih>- i .-i ii
Y II .. i K
N.W 7 ili
; M i.uiii. Kit di intend*
iiisiei Id nami itli Ihe i 'I
i null in i --I I adi u l)

EMILY DABBY
KI'.I.L^ Bill IOKS, .v lit 'I'I 8
Iward s K. 11;
rin.ni.->.- for i:mii.i DARBY
6 27_7 I '
NO I ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ITICB IS HEREBY fill I7.N
ii a,I. r*lgned, desiring to engagi
n- hi) -- under the fid liou
ol THE Itl 'I NOTABLE IW ESI
MENT CLUB at ll:ai S.W l2 Court,
ni, Florida ::::i H Inti ml to r< ti-:. i
.1 ume itli th,- Cl.rk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Court of l lade t'uuntv, Florida
GARY A .|o.\N CANNKR
I. \\\ RENCE .- LES1JE JOHNSON
II ROBERTA JOAN LBVITAN
KENNETH A.- I HAM-i OSBOHN
A ll.I.IAM IRMA POLIjAKS
FRANK ROBERTA POXNTER
RICHARD A MELISSA RENTNER
HARRY A: ANITA ROSE
UWIiBVCK* RORIN STRAI'SS
RICHARD & LINDA MILLER
GARY F GANNER
Atioi ,, \ for
THE I!' H'M'T.Mll.E
INVESTMENT Li B
. .. 8/27 7 I-M-1K
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, ilesirfng In engage
in business under ihe fictitious names
of I BONARD STEINER, M l> SIIEL-
Oo.N I) MUNACH, M.D.; STEINER
AND MUNACH STEINER AND
W I N \. II P A :.| i ISA N W '. |l]i
Slrei i. Miami, Florida 3313H tl
in. \i ith th. i '|i rk
ol Ihe 'ii mt .',.an ,.| 11. .!. i 'ouiuv
l'|, -n. la
STEIN Ell \NH Ml N \i'l I
PROFESSION \l \SSOCIATION
SI' VRItER .ii.I Itl ISKIN P A.
Attorn, \ for \ pplli ,
Inn II ltl\ ,|
Miami. Floi
7 lk-2", S l-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TICK IS HEREBY (III EN lhal
thi linden il ilesli |
in business under Ihe fl, litiou
of M'.la ITT Ri MiFING INC at I
number 321 li NW II St., Ill tin I
--I Miami. Florida inti mis In
the said name w uli Ihe i "lerk ol
< 'n-.-uit i '.-in i oi l mde County, I !..i da
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7ih
.la> of July. 1989.
RICHARD HINDI.l-:v. President
SANFORD H KRAMER
Attorney for Applicant
1150 N.W 1 till Street
Miami, Florida
7 ii-is--:.-. t 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business uiiib r the fictitious name
of PIRUETTE OF MIAMI at |21 N
W 2Snd Avenue, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name Miih the
Clerk of the in. mt Court oi Dade
Countv. Florida
VNSEI.MI HERRBRA
: ii -is.2.1 s i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in i. -i. ,i. siring lo engage in
.-I under Ihe flclllloua name of
I NAI TICAL ENTERPRISES, al II -
North Hihiscu* Drive, Miami Beach,
I'', rbla, intend lo i ..i.i nnme
-a uli he i 'lerk nf Ihe 'Ircull i "ouii of
I lade nn t y, Florida.
KAY la 'Hi iVICK V 10
A I. METZNER -"
MEH S '( illKN. ESQ.
\ii lej Bundling
Floi Ida 331 12
: '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICB IS HERERY Gl\ EN
rslg lied, dcslrlt r
ess under 11 I'titlou* nn m.-
of \\ \ It REN LINDA I', MO a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni -tick IS HEREBY Gl\ EN th
the undersign. .). tl. siring to engage i
business under Ihe llctitlou* nami i
EDWARD F. cross. M D nl Ri
Wi *l 19th Sin el, Hialeah. Floi rt
intend* to register said name wiiS
ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
Dade 'ounl v. Florida.
EDWARD F GRl >S8, Ml' P A.
Bj EDM VRD F. GROSS
President
FROMBF:Ri; FROMBERG
.v K' .'I'll P.A
A Horn, \ s for
EDWARD F. GRl >SS M D., P A
M -10" Bis, ii j ii. Building
Miami, Florida
- IM
:; -.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10492
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SUSAN IS VIIEL i'i SUPER,
I 'Ii
\ *
Rl IBERT A I .LAN i a IPER,
Ti ROI :i[T A I.I, \N CM IPER
i.-u Robert allan oopi
are her, b> not il led that a B
plait i lor I Uvorce has In n I
you ml you .. re i tiulred i -
*ervc a copj of your Answer or I'I-
8 in thi i'-ill of Complaint on th
Plaintiff's attorney, FULLER AN
BRUMER, 402 Ainslej Bulldii g, Miam
Florida .:::i.:l' and file th,- origin:
Answer or I'I-ailing in the office i "
the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court on n
befon Hi, i,Hi day of Aucu.-t. 1 !!> I
you fail to do -... Judgment by defaul
will l- laki n against you for tl
relief demanded In the Bill of Cn
plaint.
Thi- notice shall be published on.
each week for four coneecwive week
in THE JEWISH KUHUIUAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miam
Florida, this 25th day of June A I
19S9
E I! l.KATHKItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B> : c I. ALEXANDER
i>> pun clerk
(Circuil i "ourl s. all
FULLER Al- BRUMER
i i; \ -1.> Bu l.ling
,M land Floi Ida
\ for Plaintiff
7 1-11-18-25
S \\ -"ili SI .-" u Miami
li ml* I-- rcglatci *aid
, of ill. Clrcu nn
1 "oui l.i Florida
V\ vRREN i INDAU, M D
SI'ARBER a I tl ISKIN P \
for Vpplii .
Inn Blscayne Blvd.
i ii Ida 33130
7 11 -l -
with Ihe
.a Dade
P v
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n li K is HEREBY :i'. ::n '
i!i.- undi I. dei
\\ i ii -1 under ili- flctltii ii- mini
of BNEi i Tl\ E CAR LEASINi
CORPORATION at number "i 'on
cord Bu Id -. Wi -1 Flagl r SI I
e wl th tl
of ihi Clrcu Court -l l tad, i
'
i la. I
: ii
: KRELLENSTEIN
DANIEL MONBS
D VNIEI. MOVES
i'i
lint C
IMS W re, t
IS
NOTICE UNDER W
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 10
notice is hereby given thai of
iin und, | c, u to engage '
lu nes* uuiler the fictltlou* name
- c s DlltEi'TORY BBRVICB nl
i'JI S.E Isl Slriet, Miami Inti :.l In
n-glstcr sttid name v\iili the Clerk of
hi i, uu "ourl ,.i i lade County,
Florida
MEL\ IN ALPERIN
STANLEY ALPERIN
7 11 -1 *-:'.", s 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICT TIOL'S NAME LAW
N'i 'Ti' BY GIVEN tl
he un .1. *lrlng In -
ii liusl, li mini
w i ,; MEATS nl R98 >
\ u '-'- VI Ian Int,
i. aid ., me with ihe "
the <'ii url ..f Dade u I
n.1.1
P S. BROOKS
KELLY BROOKS & ROPES
Attorneys for P. S. BROOKS
6 27 7 4-11-18
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*eJewish Wlovidxsm
Mitunl Florida Friday. July 18. 1969
Section B
A D L Report Indicates
Eventual Reconciliation
Pirns of an eventual reconcilia-
tion appc-ar in the views of both
Jew and Arab in a '"Report on \ i
Israel" issued in book form by the
Anti-Defamation League of B"nai
B'rith.
Written by Arnold Forstor. the
League's general counsel, the
i I oit is a distillation of a series
oi Interviews with public officials
and private citizens -Moslem. Jew
ju.d Christian- of Israel in the
altermath of the Six-Day War.
The conversations-held in var-
ious parts of Israel during the
summer of 1968 and early this year
express forthrightly a gamut of
opinions on the varied range of
--.. B that must be settled if Arab
: r. Jew are to live in peace with
each other in the Middle hast.
Those int< rviewed included Abba
; Fon ign Minister;
. Gazit, advisor to
nist i; his brother. Gen,
lazit, liais in officer to
G,i.. Moshi I a an; Teddy Kollek.
Abi al -
H brew L'ni-
lawyei Father n
i the C i ol
Notre Dami Jerusalen
; | lef secretary to
the Gn
Young, I adi r of
the Protest nn m Itj in
( Id city.
In : also in-
cludes a tril ite to Abie Nathan,
the IsigstU citizen who sought to
-. :A th. 1967 conflict by fl
t< :-, t, and Ft* di rick Kop,
a Dutch Christian v o saved many
Jiws from Nazi persecution, as
n an 11 Ings who provide
; r the human i
: his ii tn d u lion, A, Roy Eck-
n oi the Departmi nt
Ri ligi( n, Li high University,
rer arkable
i ast ti man) o iU ide Israi I, Mr.
-i n\i again and again
' ; -..:...: -. rsoi high and
low that Aiabs and Jews can live
i cord II they have
thi will 1 gn ai task."
Mr. Ei s< stri sa a that
'one of th mor intriguing and
arts ol Mr Forster's
eport thi concept that peace
I t only on the' free and
acknowledgment of the sov-
ereignty i t Israel but also of the
Palestinian Arabs.
Among the harbingers of a fu-
1 i nmo ation detailed in
thi : t. l> -.(,.' the suddt n dra-
: ;ng of the old and new
tics ol Jerusalem into one muni-
cipality i ministi 11 d by Mayor
llek are:
'I and determination
with which Israel, according to
Foreign Minister Eban. is at-
tempting to illustrate to the
Arabs thai they cannot change
the present situation except by
peace .a firm, solid peace,
bringing th historic conflict be-
twi n Israel and Arab to a per- ( Convent of Notre Dame de France
manent end;"
The possible evolution of an au-
tonomous West Bank state
Mr. Forster. an attorney, author
ol many books and the director of
the League's Civil Rights Division,
is an outstanding authority on
constitutional and human rights.
in West Jerusalem, told him that
the Israeli government is also pay-
ing for damage incurred during
through the maintenance, con- : the 1967 war. whether it was done
tinuation and increase of Arab by their own or enemy troops,
municipal governments and sub- j other interviews discuss tensions
government units on the West a ^^^ settlement, the Israeli I
Bank and th.'trade which is per- administration of the Arab camps
mitt, d to exist despite the occu- in thl. Gaza Strip thc para(lox of
nation, with the Fast Bank as tho D(. Qaulle embargo which
well as Israel; though temporarily hurtful has
iThe determination on the part : spurred Israel's creation of an I
of the Palestinian Arabs as ex- aeronautics industry, the unique, j
pressed by Mr. Shihadeh. former j d. ep-rooted attachment of Jews,
seen tary of the Palestine Refu- {whether or not they are religious. '
ge. Congress and a delegate to for Jerusalem and the meaning of ;
the HM9 Palestine Conciliation j thl, Soviet penetration of the Mid-
CommiSSion in Switzerland- -to I ,j|e p;ast.
be1 treated as a separate entity"
and as "a party to the discus-
sion hading to ultimate anon!;
Th- fact that a.though Israel
can::, t si ttle the refugi I
lem with its own resources, it
hat ened up the i a';:,is to free
< \it afti r 19 ; rs ( isolation
A: ab i ii trol, eadin to
'-. stand
rding to Gen.
.- that 1 Is no1
ril j
that b part I a peaci
t."
t>
lews and
- : :. : ither in
: tf grated
mi : the din ction of
v Rosi io, commandii
fl
c ii ith City a t n centei
ia- an hills provid-
ing Bj oi i- lit ire and
progra vhich issi If-govi rued
by J< wish and Arab young peo-
i with the aim, as stated by
Tal an, the Arab .: -
or, ol building a good
friei dship bi twi n Arab and
J. wish youth;"
f) A travi Ii: Arab and Ji n ish
( > Th Dance Group
which
will t>
pices of the Histadrut, an or-
ganization to which both Jews
arm Aral I long; and
The educational institutions
where students of both back-
gro inds si ,;.. the hospitals
which serve patients of all ori-
gins and the cultural programs
c< nci it-, dramas in which all
shan .
Several interviews with Roman
Catholic, Greek Orthodox and
Protestant clergymen focus on Je-
rusalem and the meaning of its
unification for Christian religious
institutions and worship.
Mr. Fprstei points out that in
contrast to the Jordan occupation
when Jews were denied access to
the Wailing Wall and other shrines
and even Christian churches en-
dured some restrictions, all the
holy placet today "enjoy complete
freedom and independence of op-
eration."
Father John Roger, head of the
United States Senator Jacob K. Javits of New York, center,
was honored by the Synagogue Council of America, the
national coordinating agency for the three wings of Ameri-
can Jewry: Conservative, Orthodox and Reform, on the
occasion of his 65th Birthday, and received a 10-inch
bronze statue of David and Goliath by world-renowned
sculptor Milton Hebald. Making the presentation of the
statue to Senator Javits was Rabbi Irving Lehrman, second
from left. First Vice President of the Synagoaue Council of
America and of Temple Emar.u-El, Miami Beach. Left to
right at the dinner at the Plaza Hotel are Irving Mitchell Felt,
dinner chairman; Rabbi Lehrmcn, Senator Javits, Rabbi
Jacob Rudin, Past President, Synagogue Council cf Ameri-
ca. 300 communal leaders attended the dinner.
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record number of 14 fact-finding
missions to Israel between Nov.
2. 1969 and Feb. 22. 1970. The
missions, called "Operation Is-
rael." were inaugurated last
year with nine one-week pro-
grams.
According to UJA'a general
chairman Edward Ginsberg, of
Cl< vcland. Ohio, the missions are
designed to provide American
Jews with the opportunity to
make a one-week first-hand sur-
vey of humanitarian programs
and needs in Israel supported by
f :nds raised by the UJA. He
Mid the programs allowed the
participants to visit areas and
installations not normally oytcn
to tourists. Mr. Ginsberg said
that two of the missions are
planned "for women only" and
another will be exclusively for
rabbis. Flights to Israel depart
on Sunday evenings and return
to New York the following Sun-
clay. The participants pay their
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By RABBI SAMIEL i. FOX
What is symbolized by the
Alnionih (cauilelithriim) t^iat is
usually found in the synagogue?
This is the representative of the
Menorah which was ordered for
;the Tabernacle and the Temple of
Old (Kxodus 25:31i. Some claim
thai the Menorah symbolizes the
Torah. The seven branches were
representatives of the first seven
Hebrew words of the Book of Gen-
esis which make up its first verse
(Tn the beginning the Almighty
created the Heavens and the
Earth.") The 11 knobs represent
the first eleven words that make
up the first verse in the Book of
Exodus. The nine flower symbols
n presenl the nine words that
make up the first verse in the
Book of Leviticus. The height of
the Menorah. which was about 17
hand breadths, represents the 17
words which make up the first
verse ol the Rook of Numbers. The
2b Iwwls represent the 28 words
I which make up the first verse of
the Book of Deuteronomv. Thus,
f3 f fl^j>'"|"bc#V|nl*in>*s ot{ thf
Menorah represent the o|>eriing
verses of the first five byyks of the
Bible which are often referred to
as the Torah. The Menorah. which
sheds light is thus a symbol of en-
lightenment which the Torah gives
to man. There are some who'
claim that seven branches of the
Menorali represent the seven days
of the week with the tallest branch :
representing the Sabbath.
Why is the offering: of prayer
considered to lie a fulfillment of
a Divine commandment when
man uses prayer to seek the
benefits of the Almighty for his
own good?
Even though prayer is a tool
which man employs to seek good
for himself from the Almighty, it
is not i'tst a volitional matter on
the part of man. but rather a ful-;
iiilment of a Divine requirement
The exercise of prayer is a demon-
stration of faith on the part of
man. On th" one hand, it symboliz-
es that he is helpless without the
Almighty, and on the other it sym-
bolizes that he has faith that the
Almighty can help and will help
him. The Rabbis point out that
pi aver is a means of servitude to
God. i.e.. "the service of the heart."
meaning that man shows his sub-
mission to, his dependence n. and
lb faith in God through the means
of prayer.
Why stipulate that the host "break"
bread at the table when there
are guests present?
The answer given for this prac-
tice is because the host would cut
laiger pieces from the bread to
impress his guests, while the
guests mignt cut small pieces as
th sign of modesty.
Why is the grace after meals
traditionally led by the guest
Bad not the host?
The Rabbis iShulchnn Arueh.
Orah Hayyim. 201 > claim thai this
i.; done because the grace after
meals contains blessings which a
guesl would offer for the host. Ap-
parentlv this custom came into be-
ing at the time when the practice
stni prevailed where one of the
company would offer the grace in
the name of the entire company.
Thus, if the host offered grace
aft< r the minis he could not very
will bless himself. The guest, how-
ever, out of courtesy and that kful-
ncssto the host can invok thv
I I -sing of the Almighty fqr his
host.
\\1iy are miuty prayflnV^lt. red
in a sobbing or eryirig ton.'.'
In the first put&f^mtm is snjT
nos before the Almighty not only
helpless but worthless. Therefore.
he must seek grace and pity. Sec-
ondly, the Rabbis write (Zohar,
Terumahl that since the destruc-
tion of the Temple the "gates of
prayer" have been closed and only
the "gates of tears" are open and
accessible. The Jew, therefore,
often sheds a tear during his
prayers. If he cannot cry. he at
1< ast chants his prayers in a brok-
en voice. Especially is this the case
when prayers of penitence and
confession are offered. The tears
or the broken voice are a\si per-
haps a means of symbolizing man's
realization of his own shortcom-
ings, as well as those of soci. ty for
which he is held responsibl .
The practice of saying the
"*hema" prayer in lieil is ba.s#"d on
the teachings of Rabbi Joshua lien
l.evi. w ho quoted the mystics as re-
garding it as a protection against
evil spirits. i-ITA)
Classic Finals
Set Saturday
ight of the nation's fastest
I hounds will take the mosl im-
in1 tripol their lives Saturday
night in the championship final of
th> $100,000 : tional Classic
at Flagler Kennel Club.
The ninth annual running of the
riches) gn yhound racing
event, with a salute to Australia,
as its theme, will l* worth $25,000
to the winni r. The Classic annual-
lv honors a nation lor its contribu-
tions to greyhound racing.
The S5.000 International Classic
Consolation, made up of the sec-
ond eight docs In semifinal |>oint |
standings is scheduled for Friday
night.
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True, it is quick and easy to bake a cake the modern way
by using a "mix." But it is also true that it is mm fun to start
from scratch.
Our cake is mad.- of the good "old-fashioned" ingredients
lik eggs, creem, wine and chocolate. It may take a little more
of your time', but the results are fantastic: A cake that is rich,
moist and delicious.
What is your s|>ecial reward? A Jewish mother's heart filled
with Joy when your youngsters say, "Mommy, this cake is
yummy."
CHOCOLATE CHIP CAKE
I _".> (.separated i
l cup margaru*
l cup su..... (divided)
_' i / baking chocolate
1 cup sweel wine
'_ teaspoon rum extract
2 CUPS flour
l teaspoon baking powder
Mi Heat the oven to 350 degrees <.-,-. spring form.
121 Cream the margarine, adding '_ cup -a. <: i idually. Con-
iming till light, arid eg yolks r>nc b> one, beating
until fhi11> >.'.' Grate 2 oz. bal on a vegel b]
i and idd to mix ure A eld also thi rum extract. (4i sin
ei ihi flout and baking powder. Add to mixture, Iter-
S \\ ith Hi wine and bout il Ldition. < '< i V\
.; whites iili stiff, adding tin other c p su -rj
|y, Fold one third gentlj into the batte tdd th< rest,
third -it a time. Pour into the prepared fom (6i Bake in
re-h al I o\"en 43 minutes, Test; il done, u low t" cool.
The Frosting:
.. i, cream
i ikin ch icolote
1 "up sugar
l' teasp oils inst int coffee
Heat the cream, sugar, l oz. grated chocolate and instant
:' in the top of a doilMi baler a -out ."> minutes, until the
m bubbles and turns brown. (Not all chocolate will melt).
("i/l in refrigerator -1 hours, then whip until thick Spread over
ke Caki may be cut into two layers and the frosting
spread between. KEEP CAKE REFRIGERATED.
*
Fish are the dieter's lest friend. They are loaded with pro-
tein, yet have fewer calories than meat. Eating fish does not
to !< boring. There is a big variety Of them and many ways
or preparation, Hero is a nice way to prepare fish baked in a
"hoe" of aluminum foil, or creased paper. This way the fish
as its juices and comes out moist and tender.
I Ism |\ ,v BA<4
. .|s i i slices' fish
Itrj butter)
l .....hi
; t. tspoi n ;it
1 :
Dash garlic salt
I | ts butter jjarine
(ofitional i
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12 inchc
il' Preheal oven to 400 degrees. (_'i Cle [winkle
not i and garlic salt 131 Place each
- on a pie ic of ft>H, top with i pat of r i
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it baking i I -r around them ind b ike iO
minutes. Serve hot. Yield l servings,
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LONDON (JTA) The Times
reported from Paris this week
that Jordan is disputing Israel's
claim to the Temple Scroll, the
Ipngest Dead Sea scroll yet dis-
covered, and will contest it at
the UNESCO session in Paris in
September. The scroll was pur-
chased by Israel from a Jordan-
ian antiquities dealer in Kast
Jerusalem known as Kando, af-
ter protracted negotiations. The
price was not disclosed but the
Wolfson Foundation in London
contributed more than sxo.000
toward the purchase and the
scroll will eventually be known
as the Wolfson Scroll, the Times
reported. According to the pa-
per, Western scholars have been
trying for years to get the l> all r
to sell the scroll, .for which he
reportedly asked nearly $250,000.
The Jordanian government has
declared the Israeli purchase in-
valid. The Amman authorities
say that under the 1954 Hague
Convention for the protection of
cultural property in occupied
territories, the scroll could not
be sold. Prof. Yigal Yadin. the
Hi brew University archaeolo-
gist, said the Temple Scroll de-
teriorated so much while in
Kando's hands that parts of it
i looked like "melted chocolate."
"The Jerusalem I'ost," Israel's
, only I .iu.Ii-.Ii language daily news-
paper, was founded as the "Pales-
tine Post" by Gerahon Agron In
1982. (JTA)
Groups Critical Of
ILN.'s Handling Of
Accreditation Issue
GENEVA IWNSl A con-
ference of non-governmental or-
ganizations affiliattfi with the
United Nations has protested
the Kconomic and Social Coun-
cil's handling of Soviet and Arab
attacks against B'nai B'rith.
when the Jewish organizations
status was reviewed by the UN.
body.
The Soviet Union and a num-
ber of Aral) states have demand-
ed that the accreditation of the
Coordinating Board of Jewish
Organizations, which represents
B'nai B'rith. the Jewish Board
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Friday. July 18
Pros In Charge Of Arab Propaganda
Rj Special Report
NKW YORK Propaganda de-
Si.n<' Arab cause and to spread hostility
I., brael has been stepped up In
tempo and volume and is I
Increasingly professionalized, a
new report by the American Jew-
ish Committee has disclosed.
The 24-pagi report, "Arab Ap-
p to \n ii. an Public Opinion
Today," indicates thai since the
Six-Day War in the Middle East in
.it,!,.. 1967, the Arab propaganda
i re| laci .1 its "clumsy, un-
s< i,.!:'., appi >ach< s .>; j it
. by mo!.' sophisticated I
niques aimed a' particu!
. v such a- i h irch rto
student left, or the disai
blacks
Thi themes ol Arab pro]
1 report st ,',s. have -
1967 from Biblical u II
against the exisl i
Jew ish stati to moral ai.....I -
insl Isra* 1 as an actual entity
S ecifically, the Arab propaganda
efloit focusscs on alleged Israeli
mistreatment ol Arabs within and
without her borders, especially in
dealing with the refugee problem.
The American Jewish Commlt-
t.. Burvey declares thai "official"
Arab propaganda is disseminated
through the Arab Information
Center, with offices in New York.
Chicago, Dallas. Ottawa. San
Francisco and Washington. In a
dition. prolific activities have been
undertaken in this country by the
Action Committee on American-
Arab Relations, the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization, and the Pal-
estine Arab Delegation. On the
campus, the main agency for Arab
propaganda, the report shows, is
the *Irganization of Arab Students,
which claims more than 8.000
members and more tnan 100 chap-
tcra it til ted Sta -
i
A n ajor focus of the Aral) effort.
the report oontiit.ies. has b.
Arabs and
'their supporters have employed
anti-Zionism an I rell
. ti-S mitism to sway attitude
American churches toward Israel.
I i ii:is effort, the survey dec!..
etantial hi a Iway has
[ally among Protestant
Many welfare >ups to allevi-
Arab refug -
lished or reacti-
vated, thi survej | Ints t. In
. them, "h rian t
. seem to I
u i!i agandistic intent to-
war I Isra the report sta
An ithi r major At al
survey st s
ishing ti with th
Muslim movem nt and with other
In dealings with the Ameri ar
anti-Semites of the Far Right, the
survey shows, "the Aral) prol --
sionals during recent years have
til i
*rt\f9 \ ;blic:ly i
r.t~ Birt t' .-
stn i i-,' >rro r
. itter public ists
Arab ca is
The fringe
rican politics th r ;.'.-
- -- r
. on bora tin F the
Far Left. The Am -
lit, which .''" 1967.
"has shifted toward an ai ti-Is a
stance." while the et
initi,; In : -
'-- :." It d< i at .-
In a brief s '
ts iunt
. rt finds pars ts n G
Britain, Argi ntina Sw
st
thi w. sti rn Wot ,
Mendel Beilis, central figure in
the 1913 ritual murder trial in
Kiev that instigated violent wave*
ol anti-Semitism throughout Rus-
sia, died in the United States in
19SI at the age ol 80 after thing
in Palestine. The murder of thf
young boy in 1911 has nut been
solved. (JTA)
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Music-Arts League
"Our mtmbrrship has more than
doubled since last October." said
Walter Palivoda. president of the
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League. Mcmlxrship is now 625.
highest in the 19-year history of
the organization.
The League will present a "Get-
Party Is Planned
tine to Know You" buffet and
cocktail ratty on Sunday, Aug. 10.
from 2 to 6 p.m. The party will
bo held at Lincoln Lane Restau-
rant and Lounge. 1670 Meridian
Aw.. Miami B Entertainment will be provided
by Miss Donne Stewart and Ray
Morgan.
Party h< st< =s chairman is Fan-
nie Broad, who will be working
with associate hostesses Lillian
Laker. Esther Cleon. Ruth Free-
man. Sally Goodman. Lillian Gra-
in]-. Essie Grcenberg. Rose I^aw-
son, Edith Oberlander. Barbara
Palevoda, Hilda Siege!. Violet
Tamas and Tanya Wolshin.
The Music and Arts League,
founded in 1950 by Ruth Brotman.
pr< gents ight concerts i ach sea-
son at thi Hilton Pla^a Hotel.
Last season the League awarded
SI .750 in scholarships to talented
Student! in Dade County.
Recipients of special scholarship awards
for study at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem were recently honored at c Bon Voy-
age party. Twenty-four students from Florida
will participate in this year's study pro-
gram for Americans in the 1969-1970 term.
(From left) Andrea Newmark received the
scholarship from Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, Susan Ben Ezra
from Cuban Hebrew Circle, Marion Kcmen.
Norman Lipson, Alisa Geiger through the
Civic League horn Jack S. Popick, regional
president of the South Florida Division of
the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and Bennett Kosloff, Sandy Feinzig.
Don Tarn and Marcy Feinzig.
MrAlTK FALIV0DA
Pope Benedict XIV rated in 17-17
that forced baptism of .lews, al-
though personally condemned by
him, was valid. Forced haptism
IVM first condemned by Pope
iJregory the Great in 594 although
he supported anti-Semitic stric-
tures in Spain. (JTA)
Localites To Attend
Maryland Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Berstein.
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planning a tup to Silver Spring.
Md., to attend the marriage of
their gianddaughter. Audrey Le-
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Aft< r a honeymoon in Europe,
the couple will make their home
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AX OlA-FASH10N~BD I-OI RTH of Jll.Y
Where was it? At Westview Country Club.
Tho Fourth, the glorious Fourth was ushctvri in
with big doings at tho club. Starting at eleven
In the morning there was a carefully planned
program which one and all interpreted in their
own way. First there waa a golf tournament
which was won by Dr. and Mrs. Donald Mich-
noff an.l Dr. ;'iid Mrs. Roy Sloat. Then brunch.
eonti -i- and races for the kid-, soft drinks and
.\h.it not. The whole club was decorated in red
and while and blue. It was impossible not to
know ii was the Fourth ol July. Cocktails and
Einiu tor th grown ups in the dining room and
the children had their own hoi d igs and ham-
burgers in the Snack Bar. Then cere the fire-
pere beautiful. The prettiest was
wh 11 one blue pieci ivas id and didn't go off
and the next (told one did. Then the blue one
went off and mingled with the gold one. Pretty
Lots 1 th re. Among them were
Mr. and Mrs ^arcn Kanncr, all of the Gold-
steins and their wi n, Burton and Charles.
1 I Mrs Ni n in S Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs. C irl
nann, M and Mrs. Harold Eronberg, Mr
and Mrs. Richard V. VVolfson, Dr. and Mrs.
n, Mr. an I Mrs. T. .1 Finkel, Dr. and Mrs
Stanley Weinkle and Mr. and Mrs Arnold M.
us, And over all hundreds of children, the
little dears,
SEEN HKRK. SEEN THERE
There was .1 lunch in the Crystal House.
1- ii "girls" 'Acre relaxing, talking before
on to the finer things in life, shopping,
- and visiting al. ol thi <:ck in the
tals. My. ts of ; i |>le ire sick. One thing
im Sir \ n 1 Mrs. Milt >nt has
such a : artful of flowers that It's ridiculous
sh ji I an operation and not a baby
She's fim Sol Silverman Is home and also i<
d ting fine, ai I to his wife MoLMe. But to
gft back Crystal House Natalie (Mrs.
Mike) Wietzman taking a breather from her
a >! k. (She's the one thai has that fascinating
survey research bureau.) She was hostess and
she and her relatives were wailing anxiously
?r sow 'tii t 1 stop eating nnrl talking and get
p from their table so they could -A down. Her
- wen Mrs. Ted Goldstein, Mrs. Alfred
Grody, M Sam Wcitzman and Mrs. Solomon
Yaffe. They were all family Esther (Mrs. Don-
ald 1 Rubin hi is her guests Mrs. Jesse Rose.
Mrs. Harold Shine and Mrs Stanley Wolff. At
mother table was Mrs. Martin \Ve\ler. Mrs.
V'era Rubs and Mrs. taring Berlin. Then there
.vis Mrs. Benjamin Track, Mrs. Hairy Miner
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Someone said Mrs.
Arthur Darn !] was there, but I didn't see her.
DON'T BE M \l>. l\\ii)
How could I ever do what I did? That dar-
ling Woman o1 the Week for July 4. Rose Isadora 1 Schwartz, has another son. David. I
lefl him out of the story and he didn't like it
one tit. I don't Mame him. I>nvid, it wasn't your
mother's fault :t w 1^ mine. But one mistake in
ly ten years i>n't so bad. David is David
Silver (ol th* Silver Drug Stores). His wife is
Zelda and their children arc Margie and Robin.
WHITHKR AWAY
KB?n Scbol, daughter of Mrs. Paul Sobel.
! Vick Levinson, daughter of the Newton
l.( vinaons, are off on the first lap of their trip
to Europe. They are meeting Annette Reis.
hter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalton Reis, in
England and then on and on till thej wind \\\>
' >r the bull fights In M tdrkt Meanwhile. Helen's
mother. Li] 5 is merely going to New York
to visit with n latives and act like a tourist.
Then she goes ..11 to All.any for the ballet.
THERE WERE TEN OF THEM
They 1 "it ten little Indians. There are
ten ol th< 1 and 1 icj have been playing cards
together for million years, more or less. So
they flew ofl to Paradise Island for an extra
long weekend. The ten are, Morton and Myrtle
Greenwood, Sidney and Florence Blum, Al and
Ceil FUChs, .lack and Pea Meyerhoff and Ber-
nard and Eddie Kommel. They stayed at the
Britannia Hotel, all connecting rooms. They
really had a ball. It is not necessary to go out
of the hotel, everything is there. The two hotels
are connected bj the gambling casino, which Is
supposed to i>o the biggest. But this gang, after
a swift look, played B little session in the casino,
client their time in the card room playing their
own usual games. They were the only ones in
the card room as you can well imagine. They
sat in the promenade and watched the world
go by, all in mini skirts and pants, real V.
Tin' ten of them were thi only sensibly dre
there, in their own opinion, in mj opinion
these W. nen come under the caption, "What a
well dii ss I woman wears." So j iu can rv ginc
whal thej saw. They all wenl swimming and
then to the card room until time for COCl
and then the gourmel dinners. No dieting
all. Then back to the cod room rhej could
jusl as well have been back in Miami B;*ach Bui
even a change ol card r ims, change ol 1
change 1 I chefs and sh pping store- is gre it fun.
So the ten "not little Indians" bad a marv<
time, A
SHE WANTED A NEW ROOM
Bl'ILT ON THEIR HOl'SE
Why di 1 Arlene Blasl rg want a new roo n
built on tivir gorgeous house? Anyw ly, Larrie
no. Well, it was this way. Larrie and Arlene
and theii sons, Michael and Ira, and Bob and
Schwi lei and their daughter, Lesa, went
on th Bl vi [s' boat, "The Sweet Retreat Ii.'
1 1 Bimini. Thej had a grea! time. Everything
was line on tile boat but at the hotel the air-
conditioning wenl off for a while. They tool; a
trip to Honeymoon Peach which was a little silly
as th.' B!a rgs have Lx :n married al i isl 11
years. They fished and they fished. At last, after
ten yean ol trying, Larrie caught a sailfish. it
was seven feel and some inches long So >l
course it is being mounted. Arlene wanted to
build on a new room for it. but Larrie t< It th I
it can easily be bung in the back patio, near the
pool, lie prepared to heai th- greatest fih story
1 \i r told. Also he prepared to admire the fish.
TIIK WAV THE OTHER HALF LIVE
Ellie and Jay Cristol and their two boys,
Stevie and David flew to Frenchman s Cove
which is in Port Antonio in Jamaica. It's the
lasi word, as Jay lays, in primitive luxury, They
had a two bedroom house built so that surround-
ed by foliage, lush and gre?n, it was absolutely
private. A maid and butler were in constant at-
tendance. The butler was the typical classic
English one only colored. 'Die maid picked up
the food and prepared it. anything your little
heart desired for breakfast, lunch or dinner She
did the laundry, too. which included even ironing
the sox. Lunch could be on the beach, a fabulous
buffet with the butler in attendance to see that
you were served and to watch the children (just
you and yours". The water was terrific, nice and
cold. A charming mountain stream emptied into
the water. Rublx'r rafts would cany you down
the mountain stream spilling you into the water
on the beach. Dinner either at the Great House
or in your own home with your own maid and
butler in attendance. No ears are allowed but
each house h d a golf cart and you could go
whizzing about at six miles an hour. The maid
saw thai fresh flowers, mostly orchids and Bird
of Paradise, were arranged throughout the house.
That's the way the other half live, it i.s easj to
get used to. Stevie and David went the following
week to Schraffts' in Fort Lauderdale with their
grandparents, Donald and Esther Rubin. On the
way there Steve asked, "Will we have our own
butler?"
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Book Asserts Swiss Denied Asylum To Thousands of Jews
SCOTT GRANT
Ti: Bar Mit/.vah of Scott Grant,
son ,. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Grant,
will take place Saturday morning,
July :9. at Temple Or Olom.
So tt, a s< vantti grader at Rock-
way Junior High School, will be
honored at a Kiddush following
Hi-- services and at a reception
and dinner Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Grant,
Fcott's grandparents, will bo
nmoi | the guests,
IIAHKIKT GOLD
i: jet c,oM. daughter of Mr.
Mul Mrs. Stanley Mi Kin Gold, will
be Baa Mitzvah at Temple Or
(ilon on Friday, July 18
ll riet, a seventh grader at
i. ,i;. Junior High School, is
torn ^ponding secretary of U.S.Y.
I thi temple. She is also a cadet
i G.rl Sc ml Troop 308 and a
hien er of Future Teachers of
/Vim .i
Ml and Mn. Gold will host the
pan Shabbal following Efrtdaj
si i -\ ices,
a ng the relatives and guests
Mil Harriet's grandparents, Mr.
iid ,;is. Pied Sandier) Maurict
Id and Mr. and Mrs. Murraj
llittl-
\i.\n stkimu:k<;
Howard, son of Mr. and
..i n St' mlx'i'K. conducted thi
i vening services as well as
lay morning's woi ship sirs
htn he celebrated his Dui
at Temple Or c lom on
Alan Steinberg Harriet Gold
Alan's parents sponsored the
Oncg Shabbat Friday evening, and
the Kiddush following tli morning
services in 1ms honor, and held a
luncheon-reception at the Miami
Springs Villas Saturday afti rnoon.
Among the honored guests were
Alan's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
, fsadorc Fine; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mroz< k.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Steinberg,
Mr. and Mrs Li slio Loncz, Mr.and
Mrs. Jeffrey Fine. Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Solomon and Milton Fane,
A ;
Mrs
':; .
lain
< -
iub
A
Ida
en'
V'< t
pla;,
ichi
i tieijiant in the South Flor-
iencc Fair, Alan, who will
the i ighth grade this fall at
Miami Junior High School,
trumpet in the school hand.
band.
NEW YORK (JTAi -The ,
Lifeboat is Full," just published
here bj Funk & Wagnalls, ac-
cuses Switzerland's government
bureaucracy of denying refuge
to thousands of Jews fleeing
Nazi Germany in fore and dur-
ing World War II in defiance ol
the wishes of the Swiss Parlia-
ment and people.
The Swiss author. Alfred A.
Heeler, said he gathered his ma-
terial from speeches, articles.
Original Musical
In King Theater
An original musical revue, "Sac-
rifaree" opens Wednesday in the
Ring Theater and will run through
Aug. 3 as the final musical of the |
Summer Festival of the Arts The-
ater.
Showing three aspects of man in j
today's world, the rock musical is
compost d of 34 songs and skits
and will be performed by a newly-
formed musical acting ensemble
who also call themselves Sacri- ,
farce. |
Performances will be given '
( very evening except Monday and
Tu< sday.
editorials, letters and personal
narratives which, he claim-,
show that thousands of Jews
suffered and di, d because ol
deeply entrenched but previous-
ly unrecognized forces of preju-
dice ami s< If-interest" in a coun-
try that otherwise gave asylum
to almost 300,000 refugees of all
races and nationalities.
According to the author. Swiss
officials began in 1933, when
Hitler became Chancellor of the
Reich, to prepare for the inva-
sion of this "un-C'liristian. for-
i ign-thinking element," mean-
ing the Jews, Mr. Hasler wrote
that Dr. Heinrich Rothmund.
chief of the Swiss police, de-
clared thai since Switzerland
was already heavily populated
by foreigners and had a serious
uncmploynv nt problem, it could
only serve as a transit countrj
for Jews. "As arrests and mur-
ders of Jews spread in Germany,
the Swiss government began
tightening border controls on
fugitives, imprisoning others in
labor camps, and finally, in 1942
turning back all civilian refu-
[( s," the hook allege s.
The author said thai the final
ordi r prompti d f.c roe opposition
from the Swiss population and
the pn 88 w nich arose too I
Mr. Hasler estimated that the
Swiss government knowing
turned to Germany 2t>.00o Jew-
ish men. women and children
who had fled.
S. Y. Agnon, Israel
Nobel Laureate, III
JERUSALEM UTAi Israels
Nobel Laureat. S. Y. Agnon. re-
mained in serious condition in a
Jerusalem hospital this week
after collapsing in his home.
Hospital authorities said he was
losing consciousness from tin
to time, and was allowed no vis-
itors except members ol his
fa nily.
Mr. Agnon, who will I" 81
Friday, was co-winner ol th
1966 Nobel pi i/c> for liteiat ir
He was discovered unconscious
in his home in the Talpiot
tion of Jerusalem when neigh-
bors who thought his house w is
"ii o quiet" summoned polio
Mr. Agnon's wife became ill v-
cral days ::-.! and was staying
a: in i daughter's home at the
time.
..

Polynesian Party
For Cancer League
Th< Biscayne Cancer League
will sponsor a Polynesian dinner
and dance July 26 at the Runaway
Bay Club. Proceeds from the af-
fair ill go to the American Mi d>
leal i .liter in Denver.
Mrs Raquel Schcek. Mrs. Rosa
Rok Mid Mrs. Elaine Wiatric are
in rge of the event About L'OO
are xpected to atend.




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Yes, Century 21 is unmistakably majestic in
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r'rnm sunrise to sunset, from dusk to dawn, the
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? Milnon IioIUis ot hdooi Recreation Outdoor Recreition Total Recreation
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UNDERCOVER PARKING.
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I
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Miss Israel, Chava Levy, of
Haifa, is shown in the official
buth.ng suit of the Miss Uni-
verse Beauty Pageant. She is
readying lor Florida sun with
lotion made by Alo, official
cosmetics of the pageant.
The GALT for a
BETTER
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Exterior view of the new Britannia Beach Hotel with its 300 rooms.
Summer Rates At Britannia Beach
Tht new Britannia Bt'ach Hotel
in Paradise Island is offering a
Sunday Summer Special for $69
per person. These accommodations
are available from Sunday through
Wednesday only.
The modern nine-story hotel is
linked to Paradise Island Casino
and Lf Cabaret Theater by an ar-
cade, off which there are three
gourmet restaurants.
The 300-room hotel, which open-
ed in January. 1969. aims to pro-
vide guests with high standards of
service and cuisine.
All of the rooms in the hotel are
large and include a dressing room.
Guests requiring greater luxury
may choose from 25 superior
! suites.
The lobby and reception area is
; situated on the upper ground floor
together with several large con-
! vention rooms. The shopping ar-
cade to the restaurants and casino
complex leads off from the lobby.
: Three championship tennis courts
i are located between the hotel and
, the Casino.
With the restoration of the 18-
| hole championship Paradise Island
Golf Course, and the ten tennis
courts, riding stables, marina,
rental cars and boats, the resort
appeals to conventioneers as well
as individual tourists.
The Sunday Summer Special in-
cludes the following without extra
cost: green fees for three days at
the Paradise Island Golf Club, ten-
nis, pass to Paradise Beach, mini-
bus sightseeing tour, bottle of
champagne in every room upon ar-
rival, poolside lounges, cocktails,
bus service to Rawson Square for
shopping.
Th* Rhodes Agreement, rwoic-
iii/..,l by thf I nit. ,l Nations Se-
curity Council on Aug. 11, 1949.
ended Israel's War of Indepen-
dence and resulted in more land
for Israel than was alloted to her
hy the l\N. Partition Plan. (JTA)
Wometco Theatres
l,Ol,N tOA>
ORGANIST
With wide experience o, Jewish
music 14 year: o' Organis.' of
Temple Sholom in Chicagois now
living permanently in Florida and
seeks a similar position in a Re-
form Temple in the MiamiFort
LauderdtilePalm Beach areo.
REGINALD FOORT,
F.R.C.O.,
310 S. CYPRESS ROAD, APT. 728,
POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA 33060
Phone 943-9836
Localites Move To Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller and
Cantor and Mrs. William Upson
are co-hosting a "shalom party" in
honor ol the Maurice Kellner fam-
ily, long-time residents of Miami
who will soon leave for their new
home in Israel. The Kellners' son.
Mitchell is a second year student
al T I Avii L'nivi rsity. Their other
J cki( and Judy, will ac-
pai cnts to Israel.
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Thi> Southeastern Florida Prc-
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Friday. July 18, 1969
LUcaaingr J^jclls nting \
Chepenik-Gordon
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sisters-in-law an- hard to please. So if one speaks well
of the other, that other sister-in-law must be a paragon
of virtue. That sounds mighty stuffy but it just rr.<
th.it Shirley, wife of J. Bernard
Specter is eone pretty special,
not only to her family but to
her friends.
Shirli y was the middle one of
three sisters spaced four years
apart She was old enough to know-
that playing with her little sister
was much more fun than playing
with a doll, even one that said
"Mama" and cried. The Spectors
themselves have two daughters.
Shirley was girl oriented. Berna
graduated from the University of
Boston after having spent her SHIRIEY
junior year at the University of Madrid. She is now in
New York working at Little Brown and Co. Anna, the
younger is in Trieste. Italy. She is on the Experiment for
Living which has been in effect in the United States for
37 years Over T.OCfl American boys and girls travel to
foreign countries each year, living in that country, going
to school, and getting to know the people. Shirley's folks
were ahead of their time, believing in helping their com-
munity and feeling that they were their brother's keeper.
They passed their thinking and also their love for travel-
ing on to their daughters.
Shirley in turn indoctriated her own family. She went
to Ohio State, where she was a regular rah. rah coed.
President of her sorority, Sigma Delta Tau she has kept up
with the alumnae group and has been president. She ma-
jored in art and loved every aspect of it. Furniture was her
father's business. Her folks, the Steins, decided to build a
house so Shirley transferred to West Virginia University
in Morgantown, W.Va., where she had always lived. The
tie of the house was "Aven." Aven means stone in He-
- v and Stein in German. They all still consider it the old
stead.
After college, Shirley wont to New York to make her
fortune Fully intending to take up decorating, she was
sidetracked. It was during the war In she marched to
Bergdorf Goodmans to tell them how much they needed
her an.-: how had they ever gotten along without her. She
g t the job.
She moved where her folks were now living.
One of her friends wrote and asked her to find an
irtment for her.
She went to the one owned by A. Bernard Spoetor and
h.< mother. After a few questions Mrs. Spector said she
wanted her son Barney to discuss the apartment with her.
Mothers are perceptive Barney did. Now they have been
married 19 years. They have two daughters Berna and
Anne. Shirley entered with gusto into being a terrific wife
: moth-r She was PTA Scout L ader, founded Bess R >gi
Cancer Unit, new- is active in the Miami Be: h Group
and h been a chairman in every department of Mt. Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary.
Active in Temple Beth Sholoni. she writes lyrics for
their shows and writes poetry too. The Spectors like to
travel, have been cross country' and to Europe several
times. Shirley is a gourmet cook. She won the Best Cook
Award from Stokely Campbell with her recipe for chicken
and a cake that has been in her family for years. "Heaven-
ly Aven." They do their entertaining at home. Instead of
dinner and cards, it's dinner and conversation. The whole
family are to-getherness minded. There an- a I >t of Spectors
here and also her own mother lives here,
The past three weeks Shirley has been working In her
husband's law office. But she said she wouldn't work if
she couldn't have Wednesday afternoons off. That is her
card club day. She got Wednesdays off: Shirley has always
been excited about art. especially decorating. She helped
:n and furnish their building. "Th.- Presidential House"
in Skylake By the wildest stretch of imagination you
no idea thai you were in a furnished apart-
ment. Now the) are building a condominium and Shirley
In there working.
A woma nportant in making plans no matter
what the male of the sp She knows where to
put and why. Bui II isn't just m budding and furnishing
partmentl thai Shirley knows when- to put and why.
I her life an art Work too. in all shades of
blue for h:.;
Werner-K;,hn
MRS. MILTON R. KATZtNBtRG
Ktttzen berg-Forrest
Felice Myrna Forrest and Milton
K. Katzenberg II were married
Friday, July 12. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated at the ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
at the hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Philip Forrest. 5600 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, the bride graduated
from Abbot Academy in Andover.
Mass., and is now attending Ben-
nington College. In her freshman
year she worked as a proof reader
for a Wall Street law firm and
spent her sophomore work period
in the psychology department of
Harvard. She won the Dade Coun-
ty Certificate of Merit.
The groom, who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Katzt-n-
bcrgj Hartsdale. N.Y.. graduated
from Williams College, in Wil-
liamstown, Mass.. where he was
on the Dean's List. He is now an
English teacher.
Bridesmaids were the bride's
sister. Jane von der Heyde. in from
Vienna. Elizabeth Annestrong.
Robin Goldstein, and Joyce Poie-
shuck. honor attendant.
Bruce Plenk served as best man;
John Berkowitz, Bill Cummings.
and Bill Katzenberg wen ushers.
The bride's gown was champagne
white with removable train, of
Bianchi lace and pearls. She car-
ried a bouquet of wiiite roses,
white orchids and baby's breath.
The couple will spend their hon-
i eymoon in Castleton, Vermont.
The marriage of Gail Arlene
G irdon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Gordon. 1890 S. Bay-
shore Dr. Coconut Grove, to
Stephen R. Chepenik was solem-
nized at Beth David Synagogue on
Sunday, June 29. Rabbi Sol Landau
officiated at the 6:30 p.m. cere-
mony which was attended by
Miami Mavor and Mrs. Stephr n
P. Clark. Judge and Mrs. Irwin
Christie and Mr. and Mrs. David
Kennedy.
A student at the University of
Miami, where she is a psychology
major, the bride graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and attended the University of
South Florida, where she served as
president of her sorority. Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Her husband, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Chepenik of
Jacksonville, graduated from Lau-
rel Crest Academy, Bristol, Conn.,
and attended Tulane University,
where he was a member of Sigma
Alpha Mu social fraternity, before
obtaining his Bachelor of Science
degree in accounting from Jack-
sonville University. A member of
the VS. Naval Reserves, he is em-
ployed by Harry Blumin and Co.
Gowns of sea green crepe and
Venice lace with full panel backs
were chosen by the bride for her
attendants. Mrs. Mel Gordon, her
sister-in-law who was matron of
honor, carried a cascade of yellow
fugies and white carnations. The
cascades carried by bridesmaids
Bonnie Kalish. Sharon Kaufman.
Mrs. Alan Chepenik. the groom's
sister-in-law, Sheila Fages, Joanne
Steiner and the bride's cousins.
Harriet Gordon and June Dornfeld
MRS. STIPHIN CMEPENtK
I were of y< How fugies. The 11< wi r
j girl, Shari Wasscrman. and ring-
I bearer, K> nneth Merki r, wen also
. cousins of the bride.
The bridal gown was an original
i of candlelight Aleneon lace, lavish-
j ly embroidered with seed ians
and paillettes Worn over it was a
long-sleeved Camelos coat with
full cathedral train. A ten-tiered
silk illusion veil fell from hr
custom-made headpiece of Aleneon
lace, and shi carried a cascade of
orchids, roses and lily-of-the-
v alley.
The groom's brother, Alan Che-
otnik, served as best man: Mel
Cordon and Stephen Gordon, the
e's 11 then, Gary Fletcl 11.
Alan G: and Robert Shapiro
ushi red.
Mr. and Mrs. Chepenik will live
in South Miami after a honeymoon.
In Aca] ulco and Mexico City.
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Joseph R. Mondres
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Joseph R. Mondres will address
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Mr. Mondres will speak on ih.
subject of |eace in the Middle East
and whether or not Israel can sur-
vive if there is no peace.
Louis H. Askwyth is program !
chairman and Bernard Liberman is
general chairman of the luncheon
club which meets (very other
Wednesday.
Reviia Youngerman. portrait
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Kay Schtvartsbere
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Mr. an I M ;- /: > hwarl
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[ht< r, Kay, to Jacob Schwarz-
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MISS AHY JAM BAKKtH
Amy Barkin Plans
A June Wedding
The engagement ot Amy Jane
Barkin daughter <>f Mrs. S -ymour
Barkin and the late M I irkin,
t tames Elliot IJ'it- i : Mr
an i Mrs. Victor Reiti r cf Cor .!
Gabl s, has been announced by
-- iikin's mothi
Miss Barkin gradual fi im the
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is attending the Ui lity of
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H -r father, the lat S : moi
Ba kin, was an Assistanl Director
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?.'... Reiter attends! the Univer-
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Friday. July 18. 1969
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
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lay. July 18, 1969
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rices Held Friday
Mrs. Sadie Pont, 80
[Services were held Friday at
srdon Funeral Home for Mrs.
iidie Pont. 2611 S\V 5th Ave.. who
assed away Thursday. Interment
ftts in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
The 80-year-old Mrs. Pont, who
|ad marie her home in Miami for
past 44 years, since coming
re from Birmingham. Ala., was a
Jioneer member of Iieth David
Synagogue and its Sisterhood.
Mrs. Pont is survived by five
feons. Harold, Leonard. Coleman
rving and Kdward Pont, all of
Hiami; daughters Mrs. Kthel Per-
[rv of New York City and Mrs.
molly Horn of St. Louis, Mo.: her
[sister, Mrs. Clara Mazer of Bir-
I mingham, and nine grandchildren.
LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NO! ICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
MORRIS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84178
In 1!K: Estate of
QOLDIE II BPAXC1
I>......Hs.ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and ah Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Anluil Bald
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and di mands
which you may have against the
estate of QOLDIE H. SPANt! deceas-
ed late of Hamilton County, Ohio, i,,
the County Judges >,f Dade County,
and fi|(. Hi.- sain.- in duplicate and
as provided in Section 713.14, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
CourthouM in Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar month* fmni tin-
time ..f ih.- first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred,
Dated :n .Miami. Florida, this Mth
day of Jul). AD IMS
I'.I.i: A Null It NIM.MO
As* Executrix
First publication of this rtotlce on
tin Ixth day hi July, 1969
RAY A mukson
Attorili \ for Executrix
500 Infcraham Bids Miami. Fla.
7 lB-M H/l-J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f periodico pcEblo news at
III N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami. Kla Room
704 Intend to register said name with
'h. Clerk of the Clrcull Court ..r Dade
Count). Florida.
RAt'I, It. OUVA
JOBE < JAM A 1.1. >
AltA.MIS ALVAREZ
7/18-15 s 1-s
l.illle it 70. ..I Miff Hay Dr., Miami
Reach passed sway Wednesday, July
' She was a resident lure for SO
years eomfnfl from Jacksonville she
was thi- widow of Circuit Court
ludge J. N. Morris and is survived
bj daughters Katltryn Oernten, and
Dorothy Mnnis both of Miami Reach,
brother Judge Ixiuls Handel, Miami:
i. lnidr. n Services wen- held
,i lilasberg Chapel with Intermenl
hi Mount S 'i'" < men rj .
ACHTMAN
|i..ris. SS, of 18.141 N B L'l 'i .
V> rth Miami Beach passed a\va>
She cam* here 12 years ago
from !i,iioii Survived bj husband
. sons .li.- pn of Miami nd
li nb l' roll; t daughter* Mrs
Kathleen l.a\. Mrs Gladys Rahlno
- -. Mrs Edith Fei ihtma i all of
i ..... and Ml Kelt) Flsi her of
liaml 1U ,o i j" grainlchllden
greni grnt dchlld s. i
hi id in Michigan with River-
.i.- In charge
CAPLAN. Sam, :8, 346 N E 162nd
si North Mini.ii Funeral Home i;i-
i-i nn nt I .1 l, side
KAHLENBERG. Pauline, 8, 120 Col-
i Ave, M li Rl-i rsldi
LEVAY. Jnsi ph. ".Ml Collins A VI
M I: Rlvcrsldi
LIVINGSTON. Ida It. 86, 1321 Fla-
mingo \\ :i\ N. \\ 111 ill
MATUSOFSKY. Dave, 76, 70S S w
lath ltd. Oordon. Intermenl Ml
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Ave M B Ni w man
Nitkon. Mais, si, nun Pennsylvania
Ave. .mil Riverside rntermenl Ml
Sinai.
PECM. Julia. 7, 1818 Collins Ave
M il. Now man
ROBINSON. David li \1. 1 -" V W
. n:"h St. North Miami Funeral Home.
ROSENBERG. Daniel. 7". 2615 Col-
Una Ave. m n. Riverside.
/OLCACH, Walter, IS, n" N,H 111
Tit N Miami. Riverside. Inter-
menl Lakeu4de,
rand, Abraham, M, MM Flamingo
Place Hlversldc.
ike. BUa, M, 415 7'ith St. M.lt
rdiMl.
Dlverman. fteorce, 79, 1851 v B
168th Si Riverside.
GOLDBERG. Dora, 78, 1040 Euclid
Ave m it Riverside.
JOACHIM. Nettle, 70, 7".'." Itonila
Dl M 1! RlVI rsille
X U'FMAN, Jack. nt. B329 Crespl
Itlvd., m it Riverside. Interment
star of David,
Kniznik, Maurli 78, Mfl Weal Ave .
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Ave M n RI i i Idi
.EVY. Albert, 74, 8925 Collins Avi
M !'.. Riverside fntermen Ml Sinai.
:OHEN. Retty, .:'. 9135 B.W. 46th
r Gordon.
Jovitz. Rarbara, 59, 2S01 s Ocean
Dr., M H New ma i,
)RUKER. Harry, v. 1013 Pennsyl-
i" '. \ve M l: Ne man
1 ARKOFF. Ethel 84 MM
1 M.H North Miami I u
ICHEINROFT. Isadore, 62, 196(1 SW
Intel ni' > i
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FINEBERG. Sidney, 68, 2981 p,
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FRIEDMAN. I- u ivo Washing-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 84290
In RE Rslnte of
NORMAX B. BROCK
I ii used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors nnd All Persoos Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
you are hereby notified and required
lo pros, ni .,n> claims and demands
which you may have attains! the i Inti
of NORMAN IC BROCK deceased late
"i Dade County, Florida, lo the County
Judges ..f Dad. County, and file the
name in duplleate and as provided in
Si .i loii T 3 Florida Rtatuti ~. in
Hi. "'ii.' In ih. County Courthouse
in 11. ,1, County, Florida, v-iilim six
cnlendar monll n from ihi i Ime of
first publii ntlon hi n r. .: (hi si
will 1.. barred
Dat< 'i al Miami. Florida,
.lay ol July, A I > 1969
ItOBERT \ BROCK
::i l arkspur
Bellevilli Illi.....n
\ Executor
Flrsl publication of
Ih. I -ih iln) "I .lul\ 191
i:i'\\ IN M niNSBCRI! BStJ
MYERS K M'l AN, l'i IRTER,
1 i:\i\si >N .mil KENIN
A11. ,i \ for I'lv.. utor
1150 s \\ Flrsl Street,
Miami. 1*1- Ida 83130
7 : _-. 1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-11650
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEBRA DICKERMAX.
Plaintiff.
\ s
Ai.l.KN DICKERMAX
I i. lendaiit
Tt): Al.l EN DICKERMAX
SoO Boulevard
Apl ".i"
il, \ en Mass
You, All EN DICKERMAX, an
hercb) notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
againsl you, and you are required lo
-,iv. ,i copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to iin Hill ..r Complain! "ii il"-
Plaintiffs attorney, (IKOVER t"I-
MKXT WEINSTEIX a;- STACRKR,
I' A. :." I .in- "In Road, Mi.inn IV
Florida nul flh Iln original Answer
or Pleading in the fflce of the Clerk
,,f tin i "ii ,ii" i 'iiui i on or i" fr< the
15th .1" ol Vuaust, 1969 ii '"ii fall
i,i do so, Judgment by default wll
tnken "ii for ll el de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint
Th shall be publish* .1
,ii,l. '.; foui
THE JEWISH Fl ORIDl \X
DONE iM t>RDERED al M
Floi .i.i. Ihis Mih di v of Jul) A D
'
i: B I EATHER.M VX,
i rult t'ourl Dade Cu -! Fli I
p.v M VROI'ERITK KENT
I '. '.in \ i
nil C ni I Si all
I \."\T WEINSTBIN
v ST vritEU I
|| VV CIMENT
Ai i.i yi for Pin Intlff
7 '18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ihai
the undersigned, desiring to eAigagc
in business und.r the fletltinus name
of El. RORRE DK I.A SORPRESA al
111 N. E. 8 Ave., Miami, Fin.. Itnom
706 intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Oourt of
Dade County, Florida
ii.Mi, i: oijvA
Ji (8H '".A.MAI.I.I i
AltA.MIS AUVAREZ
7/18-38 8vl-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
, in business under the fictitious name
I of OLGARE nl ill N B. l' Ave., Miami,
; Flu Room 706 Intend to register said
I name with the Clerk nt the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ItAFI. It OUVA
Jt >8E QAM Al I.' i
ARAMI8 ALVAREZ
7 is-:'-, 1 -v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 69-10732
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i-I.ACDIA A ALLEN
Pla in! Iff,
vs
CHARLES Al.l.K.Y.
Defendant.
TOU, CHARLES ALLEN, residence
unknown, are required lo serve a copj
of your Answer io the Complain) for
Divorce on DAVID M. GON8HAK,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 1497 N.W. 7th
Streei. Miami. Florida, 13125, and file
I he original Answer in Ihe office of
iln- Clerk of ihe Clrcull Court mi or
before the lsi day of August, i!*i',!(. or
a Default will be entered againsl vou.
DATED this :'7ih day of June, 1969.
(Clrcull Courl Real)
E B. I.KATIIEHMAN
Clerk, Clrcull i v.uri
1 lade i 'ounty, Florida
]>: MARtll'ERlTE KENT
Di puty Clerk
7 4-11-1X-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NflTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
in-ill. -s und. r the fii-titiou>
JOSEPH ASSOCIATES al 54 Wesl
Sir,-. 1. Miami Beach, Fl. rlda
I Intend.- to register said name iili tin
<"h i k of ihe Clrcull Court of Dade
Coumy, Florida.
U1MPK1, i iRfMI-AND
run n* KKl.l.Elt
GIMPELl IRIMI.AXD, TRFSTEE
CRIST' i|, il la ISE
*' *..i \ s for
i< ISEJH AS.-'i nl VTRfl
_l \',.ril',asi First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
7 4-11-D
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 69-10921 Judge Popper
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IJISSEI.I. Wi IRTH,
Plaintiff
vs.
N \\i'Y \\( RTH,
Di fendant.
TU NANCY WORTH
37 Poresl Koad
Salisbury, Mnxsaehum Its
YOI', N.W'i'l U i IRTH, ..i. hi reby
notified that r Complnli for P
been filed Rgalnsi you .1 you
nn required i" servi n eopj of \our
Answer or Pleading i" the I'oropl
for Divarci on Ihe Plaintiff's An. i-
ney, RONALD I. DAVIS, i: quire,
; 117 Blscayne BuildlnR, 19 W Flaglei
; sir., i. Miami. Florida 33130, phi -
379-2851. and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the i ifflce of ihe Cli rk
a ihe Clrcull Court on or h< fori ihe
> ii.i> of Ulgust, 1969. If you full to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you c,r Ihe relief de-
mantled in the Complaint for Divorce,
This Notice -hall be publish, d once
each week for f"ur 141 consei-utlve
weeks In THE JEWISH FLOVUDIAX
isivi: WD ORDERED, al Miami,
Florida, ihis l day of July. 1969.
i: r. IJCATHERMAN,
Clerk, i'iii nil Court
l >ade i 'ount; Florida
Bj M Mliil'KHITK KENT
Di nuty Clerk
n'ir. uii Court Seal)
7 t-i!-:-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80335- B
IN RE: Estate of
IRMA COOK
I leeeased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
notice is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
enarge as executor of ihe estate of
IRMA COOK and thai on Ihe :lh day
if August, 1969, will apply lo ihe
Hoieirahle County Judges of Dade
Count v. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of Ihe
estate of the above-ngmed decedent
This lr.lh day of Julv, 19(19.
WALLACE N MABR,
EXeCUtor Of Ihe Hsiao- of
IRMA i-ook. Deieased
WALUCK N. MAER
Attorney
4*4 Blseavne ItuildlnK
Miami, Florida 33130
7/18-2S 8/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 6" 11649
MARY ELLEN IH H*SE,
Plaintiff
vs.
.H ill\ Tlli IMA8 H' H'SE,
Defi ndani
Ti i K Hl\ THOMAS Hi IU8E:
. o William \ House
355 Blllol Sir. I
Huforii. i leorgia
You. JOHN THOMAS HOPSE, <
hereby notified that a ltill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required t"
. rve a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing io the Dili of Complain! on the
Plaintiff's attorney, i'At'l. KWITNEY
4_'i Lincoln itoad. Miami Beach, Flo-
rida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the I'lreuit Court on or before the
20th dav of \uiMist. 1969. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will '"
taken against you for ihe relief de-
manded in the Rill of Oomnlsint.
This notice shall be puidlshi d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl oltlDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of July AD
19(9,
!: li I EATHERMAN. Clerk
Cireuii four!. Dade Oouniv. Florida
By: I.. SNEEDEN
11. nuty t'lerk.
fCitvuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
420 Lincoln Hoad
Miami Reaeh. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 IS-25 S 1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10649
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' IE 'I VIRUS,
I i ill',
i '
ll U'.RIS,
1 ', I. a. la, il.
'IS I.AI'l: \ .1 II VRRIS
. North nth S i
Philadelphia I nn ij ii
Vou. 1.Al i: \ .1 II VRRIS,
l.y notified that ii Hill
Dlvorci li Iieen
ii and v ii u
of your
I on ihe PI.di
i \ I. I
I
111,) i li i ri t 11
. in il.....fli..... tin
urt
: AUI.....19 you fail I
i ill '.Mill will i
attains! you foi llii
in Ihe Ihll of Complaint.
This notice -hall bi pu
reek for four < ohm in w eks
. in THE JEWISH Fl IR1DIAN.
I INK AND IRDERED at M i
Florida, 'his 26th dav of Juni V D
1969.
r R i EATHERMAN, t"
Clrcull Court, Dadi Cnun y. Florida
By: C. P i il'i'.l \.\ 11
Deputy Clerk
(Clreull Court Real)
PACL POLLACK
170(1 N \V 7th Streei
Miami. Florida S3125
Attorne) for Plaintiff
7 4-11 -'--.".
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when you need it. Reliable,
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Phone 374-7488
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'I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undir-iinii'! dealring to engage in
bualneaf undei the fictitloua name ..i
ALL AMERICAN mill H m; MAIN-
TENANCE COM PANT al 5180 B.W.
97th Avenue, Miami SSIfii Intends to
register said Main, with Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
SEYMOtTR HINfCBS
Sole Owner
7'4-11-18-25
NOTICE BV PUfc-^iCATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10816
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l.'H'IS M GARCIA,
Plaintiff
\ s
MERCEDES F VHREOA OARCIA,
I i'......i
TO MERCEDESFARREGA
II VRCIA
VIi SI
Torrnnci Cullfoi
You, MERCEDES F VIIRRC \ CAR
CIA in hereh; mified that a Bill of
i 'omnlnint :'.? Dlvon ha been filed
-' ) -ii and you are reiu ; .I t"
Kervi a copy of youi i r in Pli I
i'lu to the Hill of i 'otnolainl nn ll i
ri.nii'.'is alii mey, lltWIN : CHRIS-
TIE. IH VYetn F iglei Street, Miami.
i Vnawer
or Pli Ihi oil lee if tin i 'I.i I,
of i he i 'ircuil i 'ourl on or hel
tilh day of VukunI. I9U9 If you
I., il.. so. Judgment b> di fault v 11 be
laken ngainal j u for ihe n lief di -
mat di .1 in Ihi Rill of i 'omplalnt.
This notlee shall be puhllahcd on.
each week for four eonxefUtive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl < iRIDI VN
I i.NE AND tiRDERED nl Miami.
Florida, '.hi.- /."Ill day of June A ii
....
E D I F. VTHBRMAX, Clerk
i 'Ircuil i '..in I ladi Count} Florida
Bj : c P ri IPE1JVND
Di put) Cli rk
(Circuit 'ourl s. al i
IRWIN fi CHRISTIE, ESQ.
if \\ -i Flagler Stn I
Miami. Florida
Atiorni j for Plaintiff
7 4-11 -is 28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84065
In RE: Eatale .a
NATHAN' JATKOFF,
I i. as, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml creditor.- runI All Persona
Having Claim* "> Demands
Vgalnxl Said Estate:
You are Inn l.y notified and required
ii-. m any claims and demand*
whleh you may hav Rgalnsi thi .-
tali ol NATHAN' JATKOFF, deeeaaed
Dade County, Florida, to the
i' ,i Judges of 11 idi i 'ountj n nd
In duplicate and as pro-
vMid In Section 733 1C, Florida Stat-
offices in Ihe County
us.- in 11 ni.- i "ounty, Floi Idi .
within six calei r i from the
; Ime of the flrsl nublicatin hi reof,
me .M hi barred
Dnti i 'loridn, this I da:
line, AD
FRIED V .1 \TKi IFF
A- Exi in ? i\
publii li I ion of I ...n
i of Juh
v EPSTEIN

i I nhi ltd
I
7,4-1
MOTICb i klBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i'vENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY.
N". 69- l(
SUIT TOR DIVORCE
ILIA 0 litlN ZAI.KZ,
IMainliff,
\ s'
i'i: incisco i: in i.nscai ez,
ilniit
Ti ii:.\ \i isi I R lit iNZALEZ
Florida
Elizabeth, Ni .lei ej
You, FRANCISCO H GONZALEZ,
are hereby notified that a Hill of
c ,mnlainI for Divorce i as bei n filed
ngainal you, h nl you are ni|Ulred to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo the Rill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, Dl'NN AND
.li HINSi >N, IK. Biscayne Building,
Miami, Florid.i SS1S0 nnd file the
original Answer or Pleading in Ihe
office of the Clerk of the Cln ull
Courl on or before the 6th day of
August, 1989. If you fall to do so,
ludgmeni bj default "ill he taken
r.i is: you for thi relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint,
This notice shall bi published onci
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till'. JEWISH Fli ItlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Fli rlda, thlfl SOth day of June A D
... .,
E 11 LBATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cln in' Court. Dad. County, Florida
By! C p i i IPELAN11
I >. |iu>> Clerk
(Clrcull Court s. al i
Dl'NN and JOHNSON
lit! II -, a> ne Building
Miami. Florida 331 SO
Attorneys for I'laimiff
7 4-11-1S-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUN'i Y. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-10206
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEBORHAH Bl'E BEAVERS,
Plaintiff, {
BUDDY GARLAND BEAVERS,
Defendant
TO: BUDDY GARLAND BEAVERS
Route -
Caatlewood, Virginia MS24
Vou. HI'DIIV OAKLVNI) BKA
Kits, are hereby notified that .
of Comptainl for Divorce lias i.
filed auaiiiM you, and you are Bequ
ed in Berve a copy of your Atinrer
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
the Plaintiff*, attorney, HERKA1
It. .lAFI'i:. IS Ainsliy BWg.. M
Florida :::!L"l' and file the ofigii '
Answer or Pleading in the office
the Clerk of ihe Clrcull Courl on
before Ihe 25th day of Jul\. 1969 It
V'iu fail lo do so, judum.'n; by
fault will !* taken against you i
Bill
Ihe reh-f demanded in tin
Complaint.
This noii.... shall be pubHahed m
each a'eek for four consecutive
in TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND riKPEREB at Mi;
Florida. Ihis |t day of June A
19S9.
E It I.E.Til FILM AN. Clert
Circuit Courl. Dade County, Florin'
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clei l>
ii 'Ircuil Courl Real)
BERNARD it JAFFE
.il' Alnaiey Building
Miann. Florida 83182
Attorney for Plaintiff
8.27 7 1-11-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION.
Case No. 69-10482
NOTICE OF ACTION
CATHERIN i: >NN< R,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DONA1 D C< INNI IR,
1 lefendant.
TI i: I IN M.H CONN >R
I:, sidence I 'nknow n.
Yl H' ARE Nt "TIFIE11 thai an
Hi n i"i I .i\ on has In en I ed ig;
you ami you an ei|Uin
, ..i\ ,.| \ our writtiii di imsi s, if a
I., n on K I'.\ t I. BKATT\ I'll
i. uhose uddri
bold I... Miunn. Fliirii
bl I"! VukusI 1 IMIiil, .. '.
orli ii..! with the Cli V
liner befori sci...... Pui
Attorne} "i imini diately the!
othei iv is. a .1, fault will hi
againsl you f.n the relief
in the i 'nmnlalnt.
WITNESS my hand and the -
of tin- I 'ourl "ii .run.- 21. I
K B I.EATHERM VN
At i i.i I. of the '..iin
I'A N A ll i:\\ ETT
As I > i.uiy i 'li 11.
C 37 7 1-11-1=
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83605- Dowhng
In RE Estate of
Mi IRTIMEII Kl IBELTN,
I l. .'. ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons ll.
ing claims or Demands Against S:i
Eslal. :
You ai" hereby notified and rc;iii
i-d io preaeul an\ claims and dentate
which you may have againsl thi i
late "f MORTIMER KOBELIN deceit
ed late of Dado County, Florida
ihe County Judge* of Dadi Coin
and file the same in duplicate ami
pmvidi 'l ill So. tion 13 B, Fltn
Statutes, in their offices In thi t oui
Courthouse In Dade Count> Floi
wilhin s|\ cnle.idar montlis .;n tl
iiui,. of the Mrs! publication hen
or the same will be barred
Dated ..i .Miami Florida, ll i- 24
of April, AD
El 'ITH EPSTEIN,
As Exi pui rix
Fir i publicni ion of this in
laj of June, 1 H
SPARIllCH & H< 'SKIN P. A.
Aii"' ;:\. ulrlx
l'.a N II seal ne Blvd .
Miami. Florid i 33132
6 27 1-11 *
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- H :k".i l!l\
the uudi
I ... If '
of THE il T AND VI EDDIM1 SH'
,i viile, Coi
lo n
I of tl :
I
N I) ASSOCIATES, INC,
-

m IDM (\,\ Ih U.TZMAN
Vttorm for A i .mi
i
M'.iin I' oi Ida S:M30
lt> si l.\ an N HttLTZMAN
i, .-7 : in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. B-83627
RE Etati of r
I'M IRENI'E HOITRNE THAYER
(also l.uowii as J
MRS I' BOURNE THAYER)
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Hi Al.l. PERSON8 INTERESTS
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DEC!
DENT.
You are hereby notified that a UTl
tin Instrument purporting to be il
las! will and 1. s|am.-nl of said die-
.i.ni has i.. .,n admitted lo probat
in said Court Vou an- hereby eon
manilid nllhill six calendai month
frmn ihe date of the first puhllcntin
of this i ntlce to appear in said Coui
and show cauae, if any you can, wh
the aiti......f said Court in admit til -
said will lo probate .should Dot Bta
unn voki d
FRANK It. DOWLINQ
ounty Judge
i:\ I i us I' PAHTORFIELD, Clerk
KENNETH M. MYERS
iiF MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
LEVINS! IN .v KENIN
1150 s vv First Streei
Miami. Floi ida 111*0
171-9941
l-ii-i publication of this notice on
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Frozen Orange Juice 5 99*
Frozen Baked Potatoes 39c
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Fresh Fruit Salad M 59c
Freshly Made Salads .* 39c
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