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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 25, 1969

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

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
~3ewish ITOoridian
Volume 42 Number 30
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, July 25, 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
rayer on Advent of New Moon Altered
NEW YORK (JTA) -Thought-
ul Jews have speculated about
the impact on Judaism's relig-
ious outlook that would be made
man's successful exploration
jc: ace. In a small way the
1; purer i" gan to emerge within
dJ the historic Apollo 11
Imoon landing and exploration by
Astronauts Neil Armstrong and
dwin E. Aldrin, Jr.
The word came from Israel
where Gen. Shlomo Goren. the
Armed Forces' Chief Chaplain,
issued instructions about a
changi in the prayer for the
blissing ot the new moon which
is said lach month. The old bless-
ing was worded: "As I dance
before you and cannot touch
you. so my enemies will not be
able to touch me." It now reads:
"As I dance against you and do
not touch you. so others, if they
dance against me to harm me,
they will not touch me." The
new version of the prayer is ac-
tually an old one found in the
md in Masechet Soffrim,
chapt. r 20.
:.ting on the scientific-
Congratulatory Messages To
ixon From Meir and Shazar
WASHINGTON UTAi Is-
*i ii Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
ansmitted to President Richard
Nixon, through Secretary of
>tat< William P. Rogers, mes-
ages of congratulations on the
Success of Apollo 11 moon lami-
ng from Isra< li President Zal-
lai: Shazar and Prime Ministi r
lda Meir.
Mrs. Meir said: "On behalf of
people of Israel. I send to
iu. and through you to the en-
i Ami rican people, our con-
atulations and the sense '
inboundtd admiration aroused
m the landing of Astronauts
Armstrong and Aldrin on the
urfacp of the moon. The selen-
itic, and t( chnoiogical achieve-
ntnt of all who shared in this
rodigious extension of man's
know ledge of. and physical con-
tact with, the universe beyond
our own planet represents a
turning point in the history of
mankind.
"In paying homage to the
dauntless courage of these astro-
nauts and their colleague (Lt.
Col. Michael > Collins, as well us
of those who preceded them in
this journt ying into space, it is
new our pray r that they may
safely be returned to earth. We
offer our tiibute. too. to the
mann< r in which your country-
has si i n fit to --."art openly with
the world the problems, the
anxieties and the objectives ir.-
ii < p.ch stage of this un-
p-er.dentt :i adventure.
"I would add the hope that
this single demonstration of
man's capacity to venture into
the unknown will bring a new-
dimension into the relationship
on earth of human beings to one
another, which may then open
the way to that era of universal
piace presaged by the Prophets
of old."
President Shazar's message:
' For myself and all the people
cf Israel. I am privileged to con-
vey to you our most profoundly
fell congratulations upon the
realisation of one of mankind's
most visionary aspirations turn-
td into fact by the genius of the
American people. It is our hope
that harmony and peace may
yet be achieved on earth to
match the victory over space
demonstrated in this incompara-
ble achievement."
lighting Breaks Out Anew At Suez
olio wing Clashes By Both Sides
TEL AVIV (JTAiArtillery
lu.ls broke out anew Monday
long the Suez Canal following
four-hour ground and air bat-
! Monday that saw the first
iraell air attack on Egyptian
-und installations in nearly
fro years. An Art.llery and tank
attle near the Bitter Lak ,.
rirdan Bridge spanning the Can-
and north of Q-uitara today
tjured two Israelis, according
tc a military spokesman.
Egyptian authorities InvHel
newsman to set remnants of 19
Israeli p!anes which they claim-
ed were shit dewn in yes'.c "... -
f.t-it r j near Port Suez but
cancelled th-- tour at the I I
minute, claiming that the area
was under heavy shelling An
Isr ieii Fiiokesman said there
m no shelling in that area.
i A military spokesman S9k1 th t
usrael bombed and strafed Egyp-
tian ground-to-air miss'l? b
'anti-aircraft positions and a-t I-
lery installations between Port
Said and Qantara. The Israeli
Air Force was reporter! to have
lost two JetB but the pilots
bailed o it safely into Israeli
occupied Sinai. Israel said E<*vr>t
k.st five iets -two Sukho:-7s.
two MIC.-lTs and MIG-21sall
of which w n said to have
Crashed in Etrypt Cairo Radi >
Claimed that its pilots and anti-
aircraft arti'dery downed 10 Is-

raeli plane* and that Egyptian
aircraft struck a tank column.
three radar installations, artil-
lery err placements, an ammuni-
tion dump and a Hawk missile
site in the Israeli-occupied Sinai.
Egypt reported one plane lost.
The fighting began Mondiy
with an attack by Israeli troops
on Green Island, an Egyptian
island sfonchold at the southern
outlet of the Suez Canal that
serves an anti-aircraft }.-
Th" Israelis ccupled the -
< about 59 minutes and
left an esti nated 25 killed an i
d ,- wo inded, officials said,
[srae] said 11 lost six men and
th it nine were wounded in the
raid in which its troops destroy-
ed an 85-millimeter anti-aircraft
battery, a radar pt, several
smaller anti-aircraft guns, most
of the island's machinegun nests
and a number of buildings.
An Israeli military spokesman
said that the attack was the
costliest since military opera-
tions of this nature began last
year. He reiected Egyptian
claims that 30 Israelis were kill-
ed and a Mirage jet was shot
down in the raid on the arti-
ficial island fortress constructed
atoD a submerged rock in shallow-
waters, some two miles south
of Poit Tewfik. The fortified
base safeguarded the southern
entrance to the 100-mile-long
Canal. It has long buildings and
a wide courtyard and housed
radar controlled anti aircraft
guns and other weapons. Egyp-
tian artillery continued pounding
the island during and after the
raid, an Army spokesman said.
Israeli planes, following the
Green Island attack, hit Egyp-
tian positions across the Canal,
including a missile site west of
Port Said, a city at the northern
end of the Canal, and the city
itself. Tile air strikes were ac-
Companied by artillery exchanges
a'ong the northern sector of the
waterway. At first the Egyp-
used massed anti-air
against the Israeli jets and then
sent up it< planes to bomb Is-
raeli positions in the Romani
are;, near Port Said and Port
Fua near Qantara. Ismailia and
Port Tewfik. The five were re-
ported to have been shot down
in the a.r battles that followed.
Three Israeli soldiers were
wounded as a result of the Egyp-
tian Air Force activity, three
others were wounded by artillery.
An Israel military spokesman
said that one Israeli jet was
downed by an air-to-air missile,
the other by anti-aircraft guns.
The clashes came after "850
violations of the cease-fire by
the Egyptian forces" across the
Canal, said Kol Israel, Israel's
Continued on Page 2-A
technological achievement, Dr.
Giltx it Klapperman. president
of the New York Board of Rab-
bis, said: "The Apollo 11 astro-
nauts who were the first hu-
mans to walk on the moon have
brought pride and glory to
all mankind. Their towering ac-
lishment has put a new
construction on the Psalmists
observation that "the heavens
are t!i. heavens of the Lord;
the arth hath He givi n I i
the chi f mi n," foi
no >n, too, has be me an
\ nsion of i arth.
n is still only on the
thres Id ol infinity, and far
from taking God o u t of the
hi avi ns, th.' astronauts have un-
covered new dimensions of His
dominion The predictability of
the laws of nature that made
this scientific miracle possible
has reaffirmed our faith in the
existence of God's order in the
univirse. The astronauts' accom-
plishment reveals man's limit-
less potential for constructive
creativity. It must convince
Americans that their nation is
capable of solving the daily chal-
K nges "I disease, poverty, anger,
frustration and senseless hat'-s,
and wars as well."
Rabbi Mare Tannenbaum, di-
rector of the American Jewish
Commitec's inter-religious af-
department, said: "Fi m
speetive of classical Ju-
this triumph over nature
ir great spiritual satis-
Among the religions of
the moon was wor-
shipped as a divinity. The Book
of Deuteronomy expressly for-
bade idolatrous sacrifices to the
moon, or the sun. or the hosts
of heaven, under pain of death.
It was the radical monotheism
of the Hebrew Bible, and the
Jewish Prophets, that undeified
nature and freed man to explore,
investigate, and subdue the nat-
ural forces to human service."
Weizmann Scientist To
Examine Lunar Samples
HOl*STON iJTA> When
the Apollo 11 astronauts return
to the earth with their moon
samples, a scientist of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science in Re-
hovot. Israel will be on hand.
His analytical method will be
used to probe for manifestations
of life in the material. The
method developed by Dr. Eman-
utl Gil-Av and his chemistry
department team permits the
deti Ction of amino aeids in trace
quantities and the simultaneous
di termination of optical activity
in the acids.
Dr. Gil-Av spent a year, on a
grant from the National Aero-
nautics and Space Administra-
tion, in the laboratory of Prof.
John Oro of Houston Universi-
ty '.- department of physical sci-
noes, returning to Israel at
the beginning of 1969. He was
inviti d back to Houston to par-
ticipate in the examination of
the lunar samples.
The purpose of his Houston
stay was to adapt the procedures
dev loped at Rehovot to the spe-
cial requirements of analyzing
lunar samples. Meteorites and
sediments of the Preeambrian
age served as model substances
on which the sensitivity and re-
liability of the methods were
tested. A Weizmann Institute
team was trained to carry out
the analysis, and research was
initiated to refine and extend
the method.
Eban and Jarring Did Not
Discuss Middle East Mission
JERUSALEM For-
eign Minister Abba Eban said
that he did not discuss resump-
tion of Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring's
Mideast mission in his recenl
talk with thi United Nations en-
voy in Switzerland. "It was clear
to both of us that as long as
the Big Four are dealing with
the matter, this makes Jarring's
mission impossible and tempo-
rarily paralyzes any peace initia-
tive." Mr. Eban declared. He
saitl that it was important that
Israel maintain contact with Dr.
Jarring and keep him up to date
on its position on the Middle
East conflict.
Since Israel has no diplomatic
foothold in Moscow Russia sev-
ered relations after the Six-Day
War it is important that Dr.
Jarring remain acquainted with
Israel's position while he is in
Moscow "where doors are op n
f;;r him." Mr. Eban declared.
Dr. Jarring, his mission tempo-
rarily suspended, has been back
at his p st as Sweden's Ambas-
'. thi' Soviet Union. At
td< Eban-Jarring talks, they re-
viewed the last consultations
they iiad had before Dr. Jarring
1< f; the Mideast.
IN THIS ISSUE .
Alcp 4.A
Bar Mitzvah RB
Candlelight 10-A
Cohen 4.A
Dining 14-A
Engajsem'tt 8-7B
Cbituariet 11.B
P'ple-P'acei 10-B
Real Estate 9-B
Sermon 10-A
Synagogues 10-A
Tcrah 10-A
TV 10-A
Weddings 6-7B
Woman. Wk. 6-B
Woman'!
World 6-B


Page 2-A
9>Je*ist) fhrtoilun
Friday, July 25, 19M =
Mitchell Wolfson, right, president of Wometco Enterprises.
Inc., and board chairman of Miami Beach Federal, wa3
one of 47 persons recently honored in Dallas, Tex., by the
American Academy of Achievement. He is shown accept-
ing the "Golden Plate Award" from Paul Thayer. chairmen
of the Academy and president of LTV Aerospace Corp. The
annual banquet salutes men and women frcm many fields
of endeavor for outstanding personal achievement.
Fighting Breaks Oul al Suez
(Continued from Pag* 1-A)
nai ml radio. It accust '.
. ging al .' isl 10 comm tndo
mining inci lents.
Another spokesman said that Is-
jeti ill ek< I Egyptian
posii bc iiise of i'
I the 1967
j rcement. Di. Mo-
iyyat. the I
1 i m n who
will sooi \ to thi
Ui I ned Israel's
air i d 'vindictive
as) is mili-
; (i ts and very s'
. n toward
: ; :. > M
Pi sid< nt i i im il Al lei Nas; er
.. p irl I to lay to
: with his ; ;> mili-
I s. The c! ishes yes-
i\ were the most \
since k*s1 March 8 when Egyp-
intensified their military
action alons; the Canal, action
has continued daily together
with the threats and open state-
ments of belligerence, nn Israel
official noted He said the latest
es were designed to i
vent fui ther escalation.
New Films, Holdovers
At Wometco Theaters
"The Bridge at Ri star-
: ing Geoi ge Segal, Ben Gazzara
.: mi Vaughn b> gins F
it the Palm Springs Theati r.
I hairman" is l ing held
over for a second wi k al the
Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street, Car-
27th Avenue Drive-in, !'
. the Boca in Boca Raton.
Also being held over arc The
d Bunch" at the Surl Theater,
h ue Grit" at the Coral Way
-In.
Road show attractions still play-
ing at Wometco theaters include
1 funny Giil" al the Carib, Dade-
land Twin No. 2, and Hallandale
Theaters. "The Lion in Winter." at
the Byron Theater, ami "Oliver"
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V-hnUMoridkir
Paqe 3-A
Federation Names Head Of Committee m Billio Paid By
West Germany In
Material Claims
Morion Silbcrman. a young
busin- :nnn who moved to Dado
County only IK months apo, has
been mod chairman of Greater
Mian.. Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee.
ri:
ed ation president Milton
is- who made the announce-
t, ttated that the Committee
t- primarily geared to co-
ig the various Jewish com-
aJ irganizationa within Dado
nt; and at Ejiming to be more
K>] .e to community needs.
f< nder and past president of
J( .' ish Federation in Palm
eh County, Mr. Silbarman has
ITM active in Greater Miami
mitteo includes representatives'
from Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
; eiation, representing the commit-'
teS at large; the American Jewish
Committee, the Anti-Defamation
I u ague of B'nai B'rith, the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, the Rabbini-
cal Association of Greater Miami
and the National Council of Jewish
Young Women.
MOKTON UIBWMAN
s
( mn ity organizations. A hoard '
cmr of the American Civil Lib- I
. itin 1 nion and the YM-YWHA.
h.> lias iMen appointed to serve on |
Hie utive board of the Amori- .
i art J\\Lsh Committee. A member
i>l the Greater Miami Jewish Pud- :
' utioi executive committee and
h"^Hl of governors, he also serves j
on |he Family and Individual Serv-
ice Stiioy Committee and the 1969
CaBapaign Cabinet of the Com- '
busfd J- wish Apival-Israel Kmer- ;
. ney Fund campaign.
Century 21 Building
Begun On Schedule
The first phase in the building
of the Century _'l complex sched-
uled for occupancy late next sum-
mer, is proceeding according to
its planned timetable. The exca-
vation is complete and concrete is
: 1m ing poured.
In the construction of the first
"neighborhood" 1,679 1-4 x 14-inch
pre-stressed concrete pilings (laid
end to end. they would stretch ap-
proximately 12 miles i will be util-
r/td. Century 21 construction co-
ordinator A. Albert Mandel re-
ports that a pile driving rig manu-
factured by Kobe Steel. Ltd., of
Japan and licensed to Harnisch-
feger International Corp.. is pres-
ently being employed to drive the
wind wall pilings at the site of the
| first ncighl>orhood..
Century 21 is the first luxury
|condominium complex in the Unit-
' en States to have its foundation
| battened down by a Kobe pile
I driving rig. "This is just ow of a
, number of advanced construction
; methods we hope to employ," Saul
' Morgan, developer of the commu-
nity, stated.
Community Relations Com-
Miarni Hebrew Book Stori
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brew Religious Supplies for
oogues. Schools A Privet* Uee
. 1S8S Washington Aye.
Miami Beach it 8-3840
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To combat the problem of over-
heating. Kobe has employed a
water-cooling system for its diesel
hammer, a kind of two-cycle diesel
engine, which allows continuous
operation for long periods of time
and keeps luel consumption to a
minimum.
Philip IVarlman. AIA, is the
architect for the S200 million com-
plex; Millman Construction Co. is
the general contractor and fteid
Construction is the pile-driving
contractor.
GENEVA (JTA) West Ger-
many has paid out approximate-
ly S14 billion in material claims
to individual Jews, Jewish insti-
tutions and the State of Israel
since the reparations law came
into effect in 1952, it was re-
ported here this wet k by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of
the Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany.
Dr. Goldmann. who spoke at the
annual meeting of the Confer-
ence's board of directors, said.
"The Claims Conference is Hear-
ing its end. We have agreed not
to make any further demands
following the I9ti5 Schlussgesetz
(final law i." No amount of mon-
ey, he emphasized, could com-
pensate Jewry for the ravages of
the Nazi era. and the money
paid by West Germany was only
for material losses suffered.
Dr. Moses Rosen, Chief Rabbi
of Rumania, who attended the
meeting, noted that many elder-
ly Rumanian Jews who suffered
in Auschwitz and other concen-
tration camps have not yet had
their claims paid. He urged Dr.
Goldmann and the Claims Con-
ference to press the matter on
their Ix-hatf and Dr. Goldmann
replied that the Conference
would do so.
A Conference budget for the
coming year of $1.2-17.872 was
Submitted by Jacob Blaustein.
senior sice president. Its major
item is relief and rehabilitation
through the Joint Distribution
Committee. Dr. Goldmann was
reelccted president. Mr. Blau-
stein was reelccted senior vice
president, Dr. Joseph Schwartz
was reelccted treasurer and
Mark Uvcelcr was reelccted
treasurer.
Oholei Torah To Sponsor
Summer Art Auction
Oholei Torah Women's Group
will sponsor a summer art auction
Saturday evening at the Carib-
bean Hotel, Miami Beach.
The auction, which will featun
the works of Sandu I.iebman.
Frank Kleinholz, Moshe Gat rind
many others, will be conducted by
Ft win Stern.
Faitthl Chaini Mii-Atlim (1758-
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Volume 42
10 AB 5729
Number 30
Hypocrisy, Dishonesty Exposed
American Jews have been among the strongest sup-
porters of the United Nations since its inception and have
maintained that support even though the years have ex-
posed its many weaknesses as an influential body in
keeping peace in the world.
But nothing in its history has exposed the hypocrisy
and dishonesty prevalent in that body as the Security
Council's censure of Israel for its annexation of Old Jeru-
salem. The sight of such countries as the Soviet Union,
still bloody from the rape of Czechoslovakia, or Britain
whose support of Nigeria is helping to starve Biafra, or of
dictatorships like Hungary, condemning Israel, is not a
pleasant one for those who still entertain hopes of a
world of decency.
One wonders at the double standard of "great" na-
tions which never once uttered a word of censure in the
20 years that Jordan denied Jewsall Jews, not just Is-
raelisaccess to their holy places in Old Jerusalem. Or of
a"Security" Council which has not hesitated to condemn
Israel's transgressions but cannot bring itself to utter a
harsh word about Egypt's flagrant violations of the cease
fare and its cynical disregard for the principles and per-
sonnel of the United Nations.
There are some American Jews who squirm because
of the actions of the UN, but for the wrong reasons. They
are anaware that six of the fifteen members who make up
the present lineup of the Security Council do not have
diplomatic relations with Israel, while several others are
openly antagonistic to the Jewish state. One can hardly
expect a body so constituted to pronounce fair and equit-
able decisions concerning Israel.
This is not to imply that Israel is above reproach in
all its actions as they concern peace in the Middle East.
But, surely, as the Synagogue Council of America has
pointed out. if the nited Nations is to mean any thing it
must follow the Biblical command "There shall be but one
law for you and for the stranger who dwells within your
gates." Until it does, Americans can only view with dis-
may and contempt its censure of Israel.
'Anti-Semitism Of Insensitivity'
For eight months Jewish hiah school seniors in Houston
tried to change the date of their graduation ceremony
which had been set for a Friday night. Not only were they
supported by the Jewish community, but the Houston
Clergy Association cud the Catholic Community Rela-
tions Coi-ncil joined :r. t'r.? appeals to the srhoo: board.
But '.he board refused to make anv char.g? and so or.
the Friday night q::cuc\or. the Jewish seniors boycc::^d
the ce:e~o::y. most I roir.g to services a" Ccv.~r^-^-
tion Emanu-E] where Rabbi Robert Red uctec what
he called a "substitute 7crr-.--.encement."
Commented Lhe "C Century in part: "Thanks
to an a lept cr.d cluro x>l board these
students rated c more memorable commoncement
night tr.c:: most cf their peers. But what a sad thine it Is for
a night which should c?'.ebrate the unity and common
purposes cf a cor. to be undermined by
who cannot or w ; to the legitimate claims of
a religious minority'! One Roman Catholic spokesman de-
scribed the whole episode as 'an example of the anti-Semi-
tism cf insensitivity.' It [a unthinkable that such a blunder
would be repeated in Houston or any other city."
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
Discovery is one of the
of vacation. In my case the I.--
covery is related to my desk,
which for a year has seeme
be a mass of paper and obj
resting, in some mysterious fash-
ion, on air (the fact of a
is not easily discerned). Just be-
fore I depart, it is a desk again.
I contend that the mess is
a sign of a disorderly mind but,
rather, an inquisitive one. F
long as I can remember, I have
b en unable to resist cu
items out of the newspapers ai
n ... izin I read, saving
licity releasi Is foi
which there was no In
use but which, I hoped,
come in handy some day. T
they are not to be filed until
they land in the waste basket
underneath the desk.
Mostly the items ar-< th a
that tip my funnybone or my
righteous indignation ami many
have immediate comments scrib-
bled alongside. One of the latest.
for instance, related that In
Argentina ... an outspokenly
right-wing priest, ascribes pro-
gressive movements in the
Church to Communist and Jew-
ish influences'."
Comment: Like that fellow.
Jesus?
Jewish magazines and news-
papers are a particularly vola-
tile source for me. A note at-
tached to some other clippings
reminded me to check on an a 1
in a New York newspaper by a
caterer who provided food Ben-
ight at the cemeter} follow-
,t.-i ur.v. [ling.
One clipping I ibed" meet-
ing at which a ra'.)bi was a|
tried to officiate in a hotel
during th. High Hob Days his
ap] intment being si pi >ve I i>y
:, immitti nsisting 't an-
; rabbi and t irtners in
a catering firm whl i
t -t.l, ; k il li:' :
- m : hotel of th
: ai' rs a Is I that s
...... i 1 .a 1
writtei "Hell reaUj
have t.t sing t.' y.-t his supper
there."
VVe'i eased t that
B -Ar-Dc is back to a h rtis-
; its Cheese Ravioli as just
that and n>>t I r the Jewish
trade, "Cheese Kreplach." My
concern was for the Chines res-
taurants whose menus read
"Won Ton Soup i kreplach i"
and for those confused assimi-
lated Jews who can't tell the dif-
ference between kreplach ant
matzo balls, let alone ravioli and
won ton.
The ethnic advertising appeal
has always left me coldor
warm with that righteous indig-
nation as the accumulated clip-
pings from maga. ir.es would in-
dicate. There's tni- now typical
Jewish family: mom. dad. boy.
girl, grandma, grandpa, clutch-
ing their gift-wrapped presents
as they stand around the me-
r.orah. The copy-writ-:- |
. it the ancient miracle, A i
the glow in t.. i eyes of tli
iii n. kin lied by st tries ol t .
Maccabei s not to m tin
holiday gifts, juet about t
opem d!"
of my Washing!
tru-i-ds s-'tit an i"\ itation h
Ivi d t" a we kilng n i .
.;.. it was two inv itati i -
ipe. Ons ear | itat
The marriage of i no : i
i~ i will tak ; lac
i .' Jan lary 14, at .'.
the ning, at the
ol the a-
on I card -aid: "Jewisl
.-,'(1 n ; ion a! 9 ,)'. lock
at i i.o namts. pleas
Would you bell v- that with l
one I was Struck dumb, or
ever a writ1: is Struck wit.- at
moments like this!
This story from Englan i
trigued me. It contained a -
_. stion from an Anglican n
ister that, in this era of sup
markets, the church also shou.:
advertise "loss leaders" to at
tract those who have stray. I
Like "Weddings, marked dou
from S5.8S to S4.20. Punera -
regularly $4.90. now at a specia
$3.78. Baptisms, free with i 10c
purchase of a souvenir card." At
those rates no wonder fewer
and fewer are being attract :
to the ministry each year.
And you should see what [
threw away.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
PARIS Reportedly. Anir-
Malraux is now dining out in
Paris on the grisly prediction
that before the year ends there
will be 50.000 dead in the streets
of Paris. This hecatomb is to
result from a plunge into chaos,
which will in turn result in the
recall of Gen. Charles de Gaulle.
In these strange times, you
never can tell, of course. But in
the glorious July sunlight that
now bathes the most gloriously
beautiful of all the world's great
cities, it must be said that the
reported Malraux prediction
sounds like a nightmare a
highly wishful nightmare. t>> '>
sure, because of the grand climax
th' nightmare leads t>
In truth, the lesson of the
French events of the last 11
months appears to be that the
New Left is the merest sound
and fury, signifying nothing as a
political trend. In May a year
ago. with the students in full
eruption and the French econo-
my brought to a dead stop, that
certainly did not seem to be the
ias
But it is only necessary t > te-
rn mber the recent election re-
t'lrrs to s.c whs' the app-viranee
of t ie May crisis was politically
ading. The French New
Left, like the American N
Left, does not even give the tin
of day to the Communist Part>
Yet the Communists did verj
well, indeed.
Meanwhile, the two New Lett
candidates, the Trotskyite Alar
Knvine and Michel Rocard. o:
the PSL'. got only the tiniest
[-rcntages of the total vote. A:
obscure businessman, who ra-
for the hell of it (and for til
free television time the French
give their presidential car.:
dates', did just about as well .
the ones of the New Left.
< toe must conclude, ther-'i it
that the real fuel that f-i '
blazing fan'. s of the great criv
of May a year ago was si:-:
t':-' incri asir.^ boredom and il
t ition of th.' French peopli
v. re fe I to the teeth with pi'
: :.',: ITChy. To thi- :
th students and other N
|y touch' : .
suiting
was I ini ing I

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led the New
factories

nd of
But there i- notti
thai they wish to k> -
To make ti'..' situation I
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Beach High Plans
Paqe 5-A
Sam Goldman, treasurer of the New American Jewish
Social Club, presents a $2,415.00 check to Mvron J. Brodie.
assistant executive director, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, for the 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign. The New American Jewish Social
Ciub is composed of refugeesmany of whom were in
concentration campswho settled in the United States
ciier World War II. Shown (from left) are Rabbi Solomon
Schiif. spiritual leader of Beth El. and chaplain f->r the
Community Chaplaincy Program; Mr. Goldman, Mr. Brodie,
ond Mendel Kuperman, former treasurer of the club.
The Tropical Players of Miami
Bt aoh S< iiid! High School will pro-
snt an evening of plays, beginning
at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the
school auditorium!
The first play will be "Little Ki
and the Seri>ent.-' under the direc-
tion of Diane Kichter and Steven
Isaacs. The cast will include
Jane Kramer. Steven Lindenbaum,
Richard Mamches. Helene Liebs-
kin. Glenn Schmidt. Evan Marks.
Bernadttt Balsa. Debbie Schick.
Karen Schick. Connie Carrazana.
Valerie Stroh. and Lori Frcedlind-
er. Property men will be Bonn
Framer and Alan I-oewinsohn.
The cast of the second produc-
tion. "Blackboard Jungle." will in-
clude James Goldstein. Steven
Isaacs. Brett Palmer and Diane
Richter. The gang of students will
include Randy Marks. Herman
Adelsohn. Ray Sherbill. Danny
Grief. Ronnie Foreman. Robert
Matzkin. Richard Sanders. Chris
Petrakis. Alan I.ocwinsohn. Dennis
Evening Of Drama
Slovin. Steven Rakow, Christ m.
Freiwinii Shi lly Jonas. Rae Giiel-
son. Connie Carrazana and Julia
Prieto. Victoria Sherby and Iia
I Chandler complete the cast; the
j production is staged by Jay VV.
j Jensen and David Kulok is stage
; manager.
Ha-Poel. l-r;n'l workers' sport*
organisation, was founded in 1924
and now has close to 10.000 mem-
bers. It sponsors championship
plu.\olls in several sports and is
concerned wltfl organised sporting
activities at places of employment.
It is affiliated with the Workers'
Sports International. (OTA)
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Friday, July 25 l^g L.
Convention Tour Is Sponsored By ZOA
Rabbi David Shapiro of Hll\-
'.. president of th< i \- n-ctafte
Southeast Region the Zionist
riration of Arrreriea. has an-
r. meed that th<- Refion will
or a 12-dav air tour of Las
\'. gas, San K: in tsco
Angeles, leaving Miami Aug 22
group
will bo in Las Vegas Aug. 22-24.
i San Francisco Aug. 24-26, and
will arrive at the Century 1
Hot.!. Los Angeles, the site of th.
Nati nal C n of the
Zionist Organization of America
< tug. _T. where they will be
I n IU invention and will
l port inity oi me
i : f Israel, th Unit I >
For thus.' wishing to visit Ha-
waii, the Southeast Region ZOA
has arranged for a Hawaii exten-
sion which will return to Miami
via Loa Angeies on Sept. 7.
Rabbi Shapiro baa announced
the appointment of Sidney Ray-
nd. a national vice president of
ihe Zionist Organization of Amor-
: a and one of the leaders of the
Miami Boach Zionist district, aa
the chairman of the convention
tour. Mr. Raymond pointed out
trat for the past 20 years tin-
Southeast Region has spon-
Standing tours and cruises. In-
tted pars s, Mr. Raymond
- .. -.. should make their
.- ZOA Soul
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Saboteurs Damage Cyprus Monument
1 EX aviv iJTA Saboteurs
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their at-
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ring Ui
. it-World War II mai
, ays it was itpurteti here. The
monument is near the sit,- of
- I he official
M as
.- -a- 1: with hundn d<
mps' form i int< rmi s
ng, Local police wi re in-
si gating. During the cen -
Arab demonstrators were
d by police.
UAftC Seta ">0th General Assembly
The Union "\ American Hebr w
( gations L'AHCi, t.-.< cen-
tral nal boiiy ..f Re-
l rm : ..'.'.- v. in 'he I'nit- I Stal -
; | Canada, ill I I its 50th Gen-
Ass nl iy Oct. 25-3 I at the
} linebleau Hot- 1.
At the same time, the 27th Bi-
. nial Ass mbty of the National
> deration of Tempi" Sist< rhoods,
an affiliate of thi L'AHC, wi I
) I at the Hilton Plaza li
Themes of the respective con-
ventions will be "A Changing
Synagogue for a Changing World"
A Changing Sisterhood for a
Changing World."
More than .1.000 delegates, rep-
resenting the more than 1.000.000
m mbers of 700 Reform Jewish
temples, will participate in the
t sines* sessions. Principal speak-
ers will be Dr. Maurice N. Kisen-
drath. president of the t'AHC:
Morris B. Ab: air. president of
Brandeis 1 :.-it\. arid the noted
author and poet Elk WleseL
Three Picket Store
Of Canadian Jew
LONDON. Ont. (JTAi T
m mbers oi the Canadian Na-
tional Socialist Party pi
a Jewish merchant's store h<
carrying misspelled signs read-
ing "Are Jews Privii>-dged Per-
sons?" the Canadian Jewish
Congress reported. Two of the
pickets identified themselves as
'party chairman" and "London
district party secretary.*' The
third was a 14-year-old boy Po-
lice ended the picketing after
some 15 hecklers gathered. Store
owner Meyer Fink refused to
comment to avoid "giving these
>!e anv kind of publicity."
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Musician Assails
Orchestra's Plan
To Tour Greece
TKl. AVIV >JT.\ I The Is-
rael Philharmonic Orchestra's
planned concert tour of Greece
next month has come under fire
Inn-, mainly by young artists
and left-wring politicians. Greece,
which has been ruled by h right-
wing government sine the mili-
tary coup of 19<>7. has been as-
sail.'1, as a slate of tyranny
when1 evei m isi A ins at-
tacked."
A conci rt of the Israel Phil-
harmonic in the Mann Audito-
rium hei this week was in-
terrupt) d by a youn !"
Dani Oatrovsky. who mount) I
the stage on 'he prct< \t "f pn -
scnting a wrcal i ol flow rs to
tor J">- ph Kripps, and
s. izi d a microphoni to d< liver a
tirade against the Greek tour.
Mr. Ostrovskj was removed by
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r tk>n is now open I
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July 27 :' I on ait. r-
al S u I
Weintraul) Elected
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Michael Weintraub,
I with th. law firm of
Smath) rs and Thompson, has b
I to the vice presidei y of
Pan American Hank of Miami and i
ol its parent company, ATICO Fl-j
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Mr. Weintra ib, who has been a
director of ATICO for the past
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Dado County, in which ATICO
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the Univ) rsity of Virginia, from'
which he obtained his law degree,
began practice here with the firm
h-aded by former I'.S. S r. Geoi
Smathers several years ago.
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Life Of Sherlock Holmes Now Before Cameras

By HERBERT AbriYWOOD, Calif. Billy
\\ ild< r, six-time Academy Award
wiim r. *wiwh up with Sherlock
Hoimrs, tin- most famous detective
in fiction, to produce and direct
the Mirisch Company's Th Pri-
vate Life of Sherlock Holmes." a
United Artists release.
"We're approaching the charac-
tei and the Baker Street atmos-
u|iere in a straightforward man-
ner, with warm-heartedness and
;xl humor." says Wilder. "We
n to treat Holmes and Watson
th respect but not reverence,
en 's a certain amount of nat-
al humor but the stories in our
iu:e essentially show the rela-
|>nship anl friendship between
I*" men in their early years."
Heading the cast are Robert
St> |ihens in tin Sherlock Holmes
Die originally contemplated for
Peter OToole and Culm Blakely
a- Dr. Watson, a part for which
Wilder had Pi tor Sellers in mind
; couple 01 years ago- ethers in
the cast .it.- Irene Hardl. Gene-
vleve Page. Tamara Toumanova
and Clive Ri ^ ill, the latter known
In us for tlis portrayal of Fauin in
tii.- Broadway production ol Lionel
I .11 :'s musical ( diver."
screi nplay was wi Itten by
Wilder and I. A. L. Diamond, the
Rumanian-born side-kick of Billy
who has collaborated with the
director since "Love in the After-
noon," sonv 13 years ago,
Wilder -a>s that "The Private
I lie of Sherlock Holm s." now !-
i ire the cameras at Pincwood
Studios near London, is an affec-
tionate look at the two immortal
uracters, the world's greatest
private detective and Dr. John H.
Watson, Holmes' friend and chron-
icler.
i
Now, in the current Miriseh .
I: in. Wilder and Diamond have
wi itten a quartet of adventures
s tedding new light on Holmes and
Watson. One episode deals with
drugs, another involves tin- British
Secret Service, still another takes
i.p the detective's relationship
with a Russian ballerina, and the
fourth is an account of an incident
aboard an ocean liner.
The story opens in present-day
Ldndon and then via flashback
goes hack in time to the end of
tle 19th century when Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle created his immortal
i naracters.
KfliK J. Msgnaat the 51-ycar-
old motion picture tycoon whose
untimely death we an- mourning,
w.is t ngaged in the production of
television films such as the "Com-
bat," "Garrison's Gorillas," "Day
in Court" and "General Hospital"
Series, numerous musical and va-
i sty spectaculars for ABC. such
I dins as "Candy," starring Charles
Aznavour, Kwa Aulin. Richard
I.in ton, Marlon Brando and Wal-
ler Matthau: "Charly." starring
("lilt Robertson and Claire Bloom;
"Hell in the Pacific." with Toshiro
Mifune and Lee Marvin: "Smash-
ing Time." with Rita Tushingham
and Lynn Redgrave.; still unro-
ll as* ii multi-million dollar pictures
such as "Diamonds for Breakfast,"
starring Marcello Mastroianni;
"Cop-Out" with Janus Mason and
G. raldine Chaplin; "The High
Commissioner" with Rod Taylor
and Christopher Plummer; and
"The Midas Run" starring Anne
Heywood (Mrs. Raymond Strossi,
Fied Astaire and Richard Crenna.
He also was the author of two
novels. "Honey on the Hill." and
Marquee." Last but not least, Se-
ligman's claim to fame goes hack
some 23 years when, following his
ischargc from the Army, he serv-
ed in Europe as prosecuting at- I
tomey With Justice Jackson at the
Intel national War Crime Trials in
Nuremberg.
A native New Yorker. Seligman
graduated cum laude from New
York University in 19.">7. and re-
eivid his Bachelor's and Master's
degrees from Harvard Law School.
He served on the legal staff of the
War Production Board till 1943
uid was with the Signal Intelli-
gence Corps of the United Slates
Third Army until 1945. spending
?0 months as a soldier in Europe.
Seligman'S career in the enter-
tainment field was meteoric, Join-
ing the legal Staff of Paramount
in 1940. he was named vice presi-
dent ol a subsidiary operating the-
I aieis m Ohio and Kentucky in
, 1951. He joined ABC in 1953 as
producer-writer and was appoint-
ed general manager of KABC-TV,
Los Angeles, in 1955. Three years
I iiei he was a vice president of
ABC T-l< vision. In September of
_ l9t>u. Seligman became president
of Selmur Productions, a newly-
i< iimed wholly-owned Arnertcan
Broadcasting Co. subsidiary en-
gaging in the production of live.
tape anil film programming. At his
passing. Seligman was engaged in
the production of feature films on
three continents.
Bart Lytton, who passed on at
tin age of 56, was another Horatio
Alger whose almost unbelievable
success story came to an abrupt
end last year when financial prob- '
lems fore (1 the merger of his $750
million empire with a major West
("oast savings and loan association. I
Lytton was a Hollywood |>crsonal-
ity, not only as a B-picture screen
writer of the late 1940s under his
real name of Bernard Kaplan, but
more so as the founder of the
Lytton Center of the Visual Arts.
Hollywood's most famous preview-
theater and discussion center.
This columnist is proud of his
association with Mr. Lytton. While
in Copenhagen in 1900, I inspected
the Mogens Skot-Hansen collec-
tion dealing with the moving im-
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him to purchase the unique Danish
cinema collection. Yet. when tile
Shipment arrived from Copenha-
gen, there was no place to house
the thousands of rare items. It
was then that Bart Lytton decided
to build the Lytton Center of the
Visual Arts as a showcase for the
collection. As an afterthought, he
included a modern projection
theater, originally planned only
for daytime educational screenings
basically catering to schools and
colleges.
Just seven years ago I went to
Lytton and suggested to him thai
the Lytton theater be utilized for
the screening of new feature films
from aboard and lor a permanent
si lies ol retrospective motion pic-
tures conducted by me for tin
Hollywood Foreign Fuss Associa-
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Kuix-rt M. Weltman, vice presi-
dent in charge of production at
Col imbia studios, has announced
the signing of Elliott Gould and
Candice Bergen to star in "Getting
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the screenplay dealing with a
young man who is running the ob-
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plaguing the youth of today. Film-
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with Richard Rush as produi
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"Getting Straight" marks the
return to Columbia by Elliott
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*-Jenist iiorkin r
Friday. July 25, 1959
MARIAN SNE1DCR
'They Mounted Up To The Heaven"
Chapter 107. verse 26 in the
Book of Psalms reads. They
mounted up to the heaven, they
went down to the deeps." On
M ASIAN
July 20, 1969, at 17 minutes
and 42 seconds past 4 p.m., Neil
an I I iuz Aldrin
"mounted up to tin heaven"
and landed on the moon. The
biblical words were written 3.000
years ago.
The possibility of going to the
moon also has reference in the
Talmud, says Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern, spiritual leader of the Ja-
cob C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. 'The Talmud refers to
outer space missions in pre-
scuntific times in which the
orth was seen round as a ball."
Rabbi Stern explains that
tht re are two schools of biblical
thought on how the moon began.
Ho accepts the literal interpre-
tation of Genesis whieh asserts
that the moon was at one time
a part of the sun and broke
aay. It became an earth satel-
lite when it parted from the sun
and therefore became an earthly
: tion. The other theory holds
I .; 11 on was or part of
the earth and broke away from
it
According to the Talmud, in
the tractate of Airuvin 54b. the
moon is definitely considered a
part of the earth and Rabbi
Shamuel Idlish of Austro. in his
book. "The Maharsha." rules
that the biblical commandments
are applicable to a moon colony.
Should we haw gone to the
moon? According to Rabbi
Stern, we will be commended by
God. For as long as the moon
is a part of the earth and a part
of the heavens, we are com-
manded to exercise our scientific
know-how to reach it. to colo-
nize it and to bring the word of
God to it.
Even if the moon were not a
part of our planet I would still
be in favor of the exploration."
In the Bible or Talmud there is
no prohibition to exploration of
the heavens and no lid put on
science. Rabbi Stern explains.
The Jewish religion does not
censure science, and makes only
one qualification: exploration
must be constructive to man and
the universe.
"I hope this mission will haw
constructive results." says Rabbi
Stern. "I have faith in the good
intentions of our country. Even
atomic science is constructive tf
it is used for positive purposes/'
There an- two ways to rr-co"-
nize God. the rabbi says through
faith and through science. I 5,..
li. vo the time has come
science will support the vei
of our faith."
The Bible tells us that 1 .
K en ts of God are given to His
faithful. Man has to be religi 119
to be worthy of that rev. ,
Science and belief in God n
lead us closer to Him, Fait
God is not enough." said v ,
nionidos. "the duty of man is |
only to have faith in God :
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fJewist} fkrfcfijr
Friday. July 25, 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Most Touching Episodes
B< RABBI RALPH P. KING8LBV
People Sinai of North Hade
One of the most touching pi-
les in all of the Bible is the
i with which this week's |>orlion
Y.i Kthehanan begins. Moses.
who had lost his
temper in a mo-
ment ot impa-
tience, and who
w as therefore
denied entry in
to the Promisi d
Land, pours out
his heart in a
last, di sperate
attempt to get
God ''i "change
His mind." as it
were. Mo ses
"hi sought t h e
text, with tin'
go over, l pray
Rabbi Kingsfey
'id." says the
rds, "Let me
ice, and see the good land that is
yond the Jordan ."
rhere is pathos in his anguished
' "i course, his words arc
j r naught. "Let it suffice thee;
i ak no more unto Me of this
I ter." So n plies God, therebj
. forming pour Moses that the
- bjeel is no longer open for dis-
ssion Yet, the matter is not
alfy (I. I-., d. for there follows still
oluSer verse which adds dimen-
in to what h;>N gone before: "Get
<< up into the top ol Pisgah and
it thinr eyes westward and north-
nil and southward and eastward,
d behold with thine eyes ."
id in that particular verse, there
n In- found a groat insight into
< nature and limits oi prayer,
Kach oi us has b< one time or
< other poured out his heart in
ayerful yearning, requesting this
.or or that from the Almighty.
i often the response is not the
io we seek, and we w o n d e r
aether God really listens or real-
cares, What we forget, at such
nos, is that we do not stand
one and that our needs of the
imcnt may not Ix1 in consonance
.th the need-; or plan of the uni-
rso. It is th. n that the text ro-
mds us to look to the north,
nth. east or west. We need to
cognize that God is not. as Rabbi
Roland Gittelsohn om-e put it. a
cosmic bellhop" who waits upon
our every desire. At best, through
prayer we can seek to make God's
needs our needs, and His demands
our demands. The reverse is not
always possible.
A little boy once complained
bitterly to his mother that God
did not answer his prayer, for ho
failed to get a bicycle for his birth-
day.
"But you are wrong," said his
mother. "God did answer your
prayer. Only, He said. No.' "
Local Kahln At
Scout Jamboree
Rabbi Charli s Rubel. spiritual
leader of B'nai Raphael, is spend-
ing his vacation working with Jew-
ish children and conduct inn serv-
U i t at the National Boy Scout
Jamboree in Idaho.
Rabbi Rubel was invited by Dr.
Harry Lasker, Jewish Relationship
Director of the Hoy Scouts of
America. Ho is one of six Jewish
chaplains working in various loca-
tions of the Farragut State Park.
Upon his return. Rabbi Rubel
will present a report on his ex-
periences at the Jamboree at the
I first late Friday night ser\ ice oi
the now season.
Choir Prepares For
High Holy Day Services
The senior choir of Temple
Adath Yeshurun of North Miami
Beach has started preparation for
High Holy Day services. The choir
this year will present more elab-
orate classical music for Jewish
worship.
A few more male voices will bo
accepted. Cantor Tibor Moses has
announced.
The Amalfkitos, a hostile trilte
mentioned several time* in the
Hil.le, were a nomadic people who
wandered in Southern Palestine
and Canaan. They were defeatod
I'.v Joshua and later In Saul, hut
they continued attacking Israelite
settlements. They were finally de-
feated by David near Ziklau in
Southern ludea. (JTA)
I Question
j Box
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why did the Bible prescribe
that the two oheruliim figures
lie pi a red on the Ark.'
A number of reasons are given.
Maimonidos claims that they rep-
resent the angels who serve as an
intermediary to transport the in-
spiration of the Almighty to man's
world through the revelation of
His spirit. Their presence thus in-
dicates that whatever the Proph-
ets prophesied is true. This point
ol view indicates that just as one
must believe in the existence of
the Almighty he must believe that
the Almighty can make known His
word to man. Another reason given
is that this is a demonstration of
the love of the Almighty for His
people of Israel when they hoed
His word watching over them with
the spirit of love, such as is dem- '
onst rated by the cherubim figures
who lace each other.
Another reason given is that the :
presence of the cherubim on top
of the Ark serve as a symbol that
those who study the Torah (which
is in the Ark) should try to emu-
late the angels who serve God
constantly. Sonio claim that the'
cherubim represent the children
and tiny thus remind us of our;
obligation to keep our children
close to the Torah as the cherubim
are close t,, the Ark. Others, com-
menting in this same vein claim
that the youth-like image of the
cherubim remind us that the
teaching ol our youth is the prim.'
guarantee of our future. There arc
seme who claim that the cherubim I
represent the flaming figures who
watch over the entrance of the
Garden of Eden from which Adam '
v. as banished. Their presence in- j
dieatos that man can some day
return to God and be forgiven anil
thus regain his original place in
Paradise.
Wed
>>7
ions
S<
ervices
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
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ANSHE EMES 233 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dali Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. ____ 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Av.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipton. 41
Prtda) p in Baturdaj I a m "The i
Torah Lessen
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
aervative Rabbi Milton Schlmn ,,
Cantor Tibor Meet. ij
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BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 3j
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Contervative. Rabbi Charles Rut-
Cantor Jack Lerner. jj
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Ralibi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
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ISRAEL (TEMPLfc) Ot- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
l'rnl.,\ 1; :'.>< )i in Saturday N !'. a m
Bermon: "The AsTonj and Ihi Brutal*}
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. S737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
l-'rela\ s pin Salunlax N I., a in l;
MltxviuV I MM. I SI..It.!
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB, (TEMPLEI. 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Contervative.
Rabbi Maurice Kle.n. 15
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DAOE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingitey. 3'
Kri.lav s IS |. 111 1I11.1 S|>. ..k. 1 Sii.
drill Rabbi Mil hael / d< k Satui
B in
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171tt St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Poruth. 39
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 40
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bergr-.
41
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEI. 547 e.
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
Friday s 1". p.m Bermon: The 1*1.1 -
nf .vtusie iii i.ur IJtura-y" Baturdi
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir- '" Bermon: "The l-onf K*arewi
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19 Followed b) a Klddunh
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546 EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Jefferton Ave. Contervative. Rabbi Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Loviton.
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20 Cantor Jerome Klement. *J
fVlsop
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chaae Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronnh. Ataittant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviter. 31
Friday B:IS p.m. Bermon by Assis-
tant Rabbi Jerrold \a-\-\ "How Are
Your Kids Spending Their Summer?"
HALLANDAII
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 NE. First Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
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Vaethanan
A Jew n cites the Shema.
"Hear, 0 Israel: th, Lord our God, the Lord is One"
(Deut. 6:41.
VAETHANAN The portion begins with Moses' plea to God
or "i '" enter the Promised Land, and God's refusal
T''' i warns the children ol Israel against practic-
ing dulatrj in Canaan, calling their attention to their .special
"*' "Did ever a people hear the voice of God
1 i Sl of the fire as thou hast heard, and
ilx'' h'h God assayi I to go and take Him a nation from
the : s1 nother nation, by trials, by signs, and by wonders,
and bj war. and by a mighty hand, and by an outstretched arm,
in.I bj great terrors, according to all that the Lord your God
old in you :n Egypt before thine eyes?" (Deuteronomy 4:33-34).
Moses sets aside three cities ol refuge on the east side of
Jord i. Hi repeats the Ten Commandments, with slight
itions for the purpose ol clarity, The first section of the
Shem b Thou shall I v< the Lord thy God with all
thj iej i-i" and ending, "And thou shalt unite them upon the
dooi-posts ol tlr. hoiis,'. and upon thj gates is in this portion
(D iteroi j 6:4 '
no mere} t.. the seven
Cam 'And when the Lord thy God shall deliver
'her,, up before th it them; then thou shah
them; thou shall make no covenant with th
not sl > tint.i them; neithei shall thou make marri
with them: I ill not give unto his son. nor
liter shah thou take unto thy son F r thou art a
hoi) the Lord thj God the Lor 1 thj G >d h th
ohos n i! to ih His it ol all peoples that are
upon the t'..r ni the eat th" 7 2-6).
! tresses th< need foi strict observanct of the
\ arious -itual c tmmandmi nts.
This recounting of the Week/y ParTlen of the Law is extracted
nd based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available 11 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
tsaasBBtsBMeajtja
Continued from Page 4-A
of judgment of May a year ago,
everyone sVppaarjj to regard the
French Communists as hardly
more than another bourgeois
party, which happens to have a
special kind of organization and
an unusual degree of support
among workinnmen. It may well
be, moreover, that this Judgment
of tin' Communists is not really
self-deluding any more.
Altogether, then, it is extreme-
ly curious to look at France to-
day, and to remember what was
predicted for France only 1-1
months ago. It teaches a sharp
lesson, too, that ought not to be
forgotten in the United States
The violence of the French
New Left in fact ended by fright-
ening just about everyone. It
consolidated the solid, sensible-
conservative majority, above-
mentioned. It even caused the
Communists to go to work in
earnest, using every means to
insure that they would not again
lose oeotrol ol .\ents. as hap-
pened in the May crisis.
Everything the New Left fid,
In fact, produced exactly the
opposite of the d. sired n
Among the troops oi the New
Left, tin re were, of course. a
good many who did not give a
damn about the results who
merely wanted the feeling of
warm togetherness that irra-
tional v iolence seems to gi i
among certain sorts ol stud< nti
Bui to those who are not wi d-
ded to irrationality as a way ol
life, the French lesson is worth
pondering.
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Ortho- '
den. Rabb, Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22 _
CUBAN HEBREVv'cONGREGATION. KjLS? F&WftS!&*.? *%
J24^ VVaahinaton Ave. Orthodox. Friday 8:15 |. in Mr liarvev It It.
Rabbi Dow Rotencwaig. 23 nitl will conduct r*.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash- BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
ia.-in a\ m atfcai a I tak a KJ <*.- ea ^ -a>t. **-*.
ington Av. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler.
Fridaj .;:,< p.m Baturdaj t in.
HEBREW ACAOEMV 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cross. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2g
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
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
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabb
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvln
Gold.
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. JQ
Kri.li,> 7 |i m Saturday k so a n s.,.
nn.n: "Comfrontlnir"
SEPHARDIC JEWISH" CENTER. S45
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahm.as. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
Miiiel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Con-
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Contervative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MiRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. SSth
St. Contervative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster
a
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P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Contervative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Michael Predenck 49
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MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfude. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Itaac O. Vino.
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Friday. July 25. 1969
+Jewlst) ffortdtatn
Paae 11-A
Israel Foundation Grants Increase
GKNKVA morial Foundation for Jewish
Culture has allocated $1.26 mil-
lion during fiscal 1969-70 for
Jewish cultural and educational
programs throughout the world.
accordinR to a report submitted
here this week by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, Foundation treasurer.
The Foundation disburses its
funds in cooperation with uni-
versities and established schol-
arly organizations and conducts
annual scholarship and fellow-
ship programs. The allocation
represented a SoX.ooo Increase
over the funds disbursed during
the prior fiscal year. Fifty | r-
cenl of the allocations went to
Israel, Europe received 35 per-
cent, the United Stales p; per-
cent and all other countries
thrc e percent.
At tlv annual conference of
the Foundation's board of trus-
teed Dr. Schwartz reported that
Sl.U>S.0O0, or S9 percent of the
1968-69 grants, were to organi-
zations and institutions; S116.000
to scholarship and fellowship
programs and $18,000 was allo-
cated for documentation of the
Na/i holocaust.
The conference devoted <-on-
sid. rahle discussion to problems
oi Jewish education around the
world. Prof. Ernest Simon, ol
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, said the only choice for
Jewish youth who wished to re-
main Jewish was to "fight the
battle of the generations" with-
in the framework of Jewry.
Rabbi Joachim Prinz, of Orange,
N.J.. said the Mi morial Founda-
tion is perhaps the only Jewish
Croilt) and one ,,f the feu groups
in the world representing estab-
Ushed society, to which young
P< ople could conic to freely dis-
cuss problems.
Par! Of the discussion centered
around the establishment of a
Commission of Jewish Education
within the framework of COJO,
the Conference of Jewish Or-
ganizations. The Commission
would replace the World Council
of Jewish Education. Rabbi J.
Kaiilmanii, Louis A. l'incus the
chairman of the Jewish Agency,
and C'haim Finki Isiein. a niem-
bcr <>i the Ji wish Agency E i -
lithe, proposed that the Com-
mission be hcadquartc red in Je-
rusalem. Isaac Toubin, executive
vice president of the American
Association lor Jewish Educa-
tion, l xpreSSed doubts over the
pronosed education commission.
lb' uas assured by COJO chair-
man Dr. N'ahum Goldmann that
the projected Commission would
di al with problems of Jewish ed-
ucation in a general was and
would encourage the various
other bodies dedicated to the
same task.
The Memorial Foundation
closed its conft r ncc after elect-
ing offieeis. Dr. NahURl (Jold-
mann was named president; Ja-
cob Hlausli in. I.ouis Pincus and
Lord Sieff of Brimpton were
electi 'l vice pii sieirnts. Dr. Jo-
seph S. Schwartz was ret lected
treasurer. Shad Polier, secre-
tary, Mark Uveeler executive di-
rector ami Maurice Bouksti In,
COUnSl I. Kle eled to I he executive
committee were Mandel Bermun.
Jules Brunschvig, Gregoria Fai-
gon, Itzhak Gross, Avraham
Harman, (Near Joseph. Rabbi
Joseph Karasiek. Claude Kel-
nne.e.lWfc
CITY
B
f
man. Dr. Israel Knox. Solomi
l.iit. Prof. Joshua Prawer. Lou
St.'in ami Dr. William A. We:
l< r.
"Thi' basic idea." Dr. Gole
n.ann told the represent at iv<
nl 12 major Jewish organize
tions, "is not so much to di-
bursc a million dollars annuall.
however important the rausi
supported thereby, but main,
to establish a coordinated bod
which could discuss ideologic ar
pertinent issues affecting tl
Jewish people today and rear
conclusions as a result of tl
discussions. There has nov,
been so much intellectual weall
among Jews in all age groups
liitle' of it is dedicated te> j(i-
I >r Goldmann declared, "bi
life, Jewish problems and Je'wis
issue's. There' was some' sligl I
Improvomont after the 191
Arab-Israi li war." he said, "bt
it is nol very not iceable "
d^u6uiea' E>iatetKeHt
June 30,
ASSETS 1969
Cash and Due from Banks..................... $ 53,230,931.56
U.S. Government Obligations.................. 40,971,050.60
Obligations of States and Political Subdivisions .. 69,415,761.54
Obligations of Federal Agencies............... 5,671,290.33
Other Securities ............................. 261,600.00
Loans and Discounts......................... 159,927,033.25
Banking Houses and Equipment............... 4,496,593.52
Customer's Acceptance Liability............... 640,438.81
Accrued Interest and Other Assets............. 6.099,798.33
TOTAL................................. *^0vZM-igZi*
LIABILITIES
Deposits..................................... $290,274,755.25
Acceptances Outstanding ..................... 640,438.81
Other Liabilities.............................. 29,782,626.87
Unearned Discounts and Reserves............. 3,061,571.71
CAPITAL FUNDS
Capital Debentures............. $ 2,000,000.00
Capital Stock.................. 4,519,220.00
Surplus ....................... 4,200,000.00
Undivided Profits .............. 6,235,885.30
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS ................ 16,955.105.30
TOTAL................................. $340,714.497.94
t
2,000,000.00
4,426,570.00
4,100,000.00
3,844,995.43
June 30,
1968
% 44,435,931.61
31,717,516.85
27,746,052.35
10,333,272.80
255,800.00
118,496,008.86
4,344,526.84
~0- I
3,430,566.40
$240,759,675.71
$220,029,101.19
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3,748,568.04
2,610,441.05
14,371,565.43
$240,759,675.71
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vJenist ftrridfi&jn
Friday. July 25,
Israel Can Cope With the Arabs
But Can She Cope With Russia?
By MILTON FRIKDMAN
WASHINGTON Are American
liberals Jews among them inad-
vertently jeopardizing Israel by
joining the growing public crusade
against United States military es-
tablishment, defense sending and
foreign commitments?
The question has emerged among
Israeli soldiers, from officers of
highest rank to privates in the
bunkers along the Suez Canal, who
want to sec a strong and militant
America. Their concern arises
from radar blips and sonar con-
tacts: Soviet nuclear submarines
find missile-firing cruisers hover-
ing distantly otf the Israeli coast.
Israe 1 can cope with the Arabs.
But Russian nuclear blackmail
may be used one day in an ulti-
matum for Israeli withdrawal from
all occupied territory. The ques-
tion is: In such a contingency, will
American voices now demanding
curtailment of missile systems and
foreign involvement then demand
a nuclear showdown? Will the
present American anti-military
mood tempt the Russians to flex
r.uclear muscles against Israel?
The Kremlin can now be about
99 percent certain that Washing-
ton would not confront Moscow in
a nuclear confrontation over Is-
rael. Unlike NATO countries. Is-
rael has no U.S. guarantee of se- I
curity protection. But one percent
of doubt remains; even one per- '
cent may be enough to deter the ;
Russians from risking a world nu-
clear holocaust.
Israelis are concerned that even
that very thinbut very vital
shield is being eroded by the anti-
war mood in the United States.
Yet this flimsy shield is all that
Israel has to depend upon. It is i
in Israel's vital interest to see I
America remain superior in ulti-
mate weaponry and disposed to
deter nuclear blackmail against
fiee people.
Soviet strategists, mindful of '
the Viet Nam war backlash in
America, are now regarded as
more likely to resort to an atomic-
missile blackmail than to deploy-
ment of a Mideast expeditionary
I force. They don't want to emulate
the American debacle in Viet Nam.
There are also logistical, economic,
propaganda tactical and other
n aeons for not landing troop units
in Egypt.
About 8.000 Russian military
personnel are already in Egypt
I They perform advisory and tech-
nical functions in the Egyptian
military establishment. But care
i is being taken to avoid a role like
that of the U.S. Green Berets in
; the early years of the Viet Nam
war. Russian officers do not ac-
company Egyptian patrols across
the Suez Canal. Moscow is press-
. ing for unconditional withdrawal
of Israeli forces. The Arab-Israel
fighting is escalating. Israel fears
that at some point the Kremlin
may decide to deliver a grim ulti-
matum. Then the scene would shift
( to Washington where liberals are
assailing the U.S. role as protector
j some say "policeman''of the
free world.
The Israeli conviction is that
their embattled nation must not
become another "Czechoslovakia."
Israel can only look to Washington
foi a credible deterrent to any
Russian nuclear blackmail.
Israelis are beginning to worry
also that, as pressure mounts
against the sale of arms to bellig-
erents or even countries at peace,
Washington may grow reluctant to
, supply further sophisticated weap-
ons. Egypt can still look to Mos-
\ cow for support as the Russians
plunge ahead with reckless mili-
tary spending for constantly mod-
ernized implements of war. Israel
at this point can turn only to the
U.S. for balancing jets, missiles,
and other arms essential for sur-
vival.
Israelis do not want *o become
embroiled in domestic American
affairs. They have enough prob-
lems of their own. Hut many listen
with dismay when Americans sug-
gest that the defeat of racism and
poverty is contingent ui>on cur-
tailment of deferse commitments.
Meanwhile. ck velopmenta ol new
and better arms reassures Israelis
but horrifies Americans alarmed
by unmet urban needs.
In Loving Memory of My Beloved Father
JOSEPH JESSE UIIJ
Who left us on July 31st. 1967.
From His Daughter
FAYE ROSEN and Family
L^jerdon j-unerc.l onte
710 S. W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
373-5533
Emanuel Gordon. Founder
H*RRY OoRDOM
Ike Gordom
James B G' pdon
_-*t ^jooJ *y\ante kJ /ar
Jjttter J hart C^reat fKichem.
HARRY GORDON
190J-1964
Jlie JLjeeJt ef Cjeoa
^/rlen /X.iimi'h with LA*.
Israeli military men accept as
valid any legitimate move to end
waste and incompetence in any I
army. American military finance
officers would be horrified if called
upon to practice the stringent cost j
accounting and weapons tests used
by Zahal. the Israeli defense estab-
lishment.
Israelis perceive something more '
than a simple controversy over the
merits of the costly anti-ballistic
missile < ABM i system or some
other weapon. They fear neo-
isolationism. They envisage a naive
rejection of defense needs that
could encourage the Kremlin to
risk nuclear war.
An anti-war vogue has arrive d ,
in the United States, with Jews in ;
the forefront. It is an understand-
able response to the fiasco in Viet
Nam and the chaos at home. But it
has ramifications beyond the bor- I
ders of the United States that
reach as far as the besieged kib-
butzim and cease-fire outj>osts of I
Israel. A nuclear armageddon will j
not confine itself to cease-fire j
lines; Israel's concern may prove |
truly universal while the American
Je wish response could be danger- .
ously provincial.
Schwartzinan To
Teach Hebrew
At M-DJC South
Hebrew will be added to the
foreign language courses offered
at Miami-Dade Junior College
South this fall. The following term.
Hebrew II will be added to the
curriculum.
Hehrew I, a three-credit course
taught by Louis Schwart/man. ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will meet from
7:45 to 9 p.m. on Mondays an
Wednesdays.
Mr. Schwartzman. who holds a
degree in Hebrew and He im w Lit-
erature from Baltimore Hebrew
College, also studie d law at the
I niversity of Maryland and has
been working toward a Doctor of
Philosophy degree'at Dropsie C<
Iege for Hebrew and Cognate
Learning in Philadelphia.
A member of the National Coun-
cil for Jewish Education and the'
National Association of Professors
u< Hebrew, the educator is listed
in Who's Who in American Jewry,
anel Who's Who in American Edu-
cation.
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this monthly community service
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Paqe 13-A
Sixth Knesset Passes Into History

_ Change In Date For Musicale
j-:rusalkm (JTa> Israels
sixth Knesset passed into history
last week aftir approving 249
bills *irY~ 929 teutons, during
which Israel won its unprece-
d nted Six-Day War and Jeru-
salem was reunited. It jested a
recon) in dealing with 7.825
questions and with nine non-
con tide nee motions -one on its
last dayall of which were de-
feated.
As members left tha cham-
ber, they exchan,- 1 >artmgs
and greetings ol "See you in the
t :vt Kntsset." which will be
based on the coming October
< ,-tions. But many current
m ;nbors have anno inced they
will not run aqai:i in October.
S eaki r Kaddish Luz said in a
radio Interview tint :; planned
to retire to his horn- In Kibbutz
i egania; Moshe Unna, head of
ti Kn< 8 t l< i-.i- ttion i immit-
tee. ili noi run again; the two
< uty speakers, Mis. Ruth
Haktin and Emma Thalmi, have
ala > said trv y will not run again.
Others, for different reasons.
ibably will not be in the sev-
enth Kntsstt.
The last non-confiience vote
was movid by the Fr Shmuel Tamir for allegedly "un-
democratic legislation.*' the ma-
jority vote of more than 61
members fir the elections cam-
paign finance bill and another
bill on broadcast time allocation
to the various parties. The fi-
nance measure was approved at
a marathon sess.on. replacing a
previous measure nullified by
Israel's Supreme Court on the
grounds it discriminated against
small parties. The Knesset mem-
bers sat up half the night to see
the measure through the requir-
ed sc eond and third readings less
than 24 hours after it passed its
first. The Kn. sset also save final
approval to a bill validating all
previously adopted election laws
to forestall the possibility of
future nuKifications by the hi^h
court.
Tamir charged that the basic
laws of equality had not been
satisfied by the measure and
that the Knessi had missed the
"sphit" of the Supreme Couit's
position. He churg.,1 that the
new election finance law would
pave the way f ir single party
rule. An uproar developed when
he charged that money coming
in from world Jewry was being
I spent on election campaigns.
I Premier Golda Meir arose to
I t< -t. 'You know yourself only
(oo well that this is not true."
tiw.aijcyaf ri^Tjmir of trying t#
use the final session of the Sixth
Knessi t as a platform for his
eli ttion campaign. The non-
confidence motion was reject) d
by 73 to 8. with three abstaining.
The Knesset also adopted a
resolution calling on Soviet au-
thorities to allow Russian Jeus
to leave and to permit their
< migiation to Israel. The resolu-
tion stressed that the right of
every Jew to return to the land
of his forefathers was for Soviet
Ji\vs no less than others and
expressed satisfaction with the
awakening of national spirit,
which it said was gathering mo-
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Ji ws, for the devotion expressed
in thi ir ;:> s with the .' wish
p. ople an i their yearning to
come to Israel. The Knesset
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right of every Jew to come to
Israel and their failure to ful-
fill the humanitarian principle of
the reunion of families, which
Soviet leaders promised several
years ago to Soviet Jews.
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_^ ._ Same. You tench people who play
Bruce Fleisher Member Of U. S. Maccabiah 1 earn '- ^,.dTOU
By JKSS SILVER
National amateur suit champion
ice Fleisher of Hialeah will be
ii Israel this summer as a mem-
l-1 of the U.S. Maccabiah Games
i m. He also plans to compete
i. the British Open and the U.S.
lateur among other tourna-
nts. Bruce has already made
his mark in tournament play this
s. son.
Vfter missing the cu! at the
I ral Open, Bruci won the Dixie
oateur shooting 69-71-69-73
.'-.' at 'hi' Country Club of Miami.
} then paired with a Miami-Dadc
North Junior College teammate to
n thi Mill's International Kour-
B li Goll championship at Holly-
wind. Their rounds of 66-H6-6.VH7
265 broke a record set in 1960 by
J; ck Nieklaiis ami IVane Ueman.
Fleisher fin .1 a 72-63-74-70 279
at the University of Miami Invi-
t. lion ami helped Miami-Dade
.North capture the team title in
it division. His 63 broke his own
LeJeune course record. Things be-
; me hectic lor Fleisher at the
Masters in Augusta, Ga. Paired
v th Arnold Palmer the first day,
Bruce turned in a 69 to Palmer's
73. He followed with 75-73-83 .TOO
and gained low amateur honors,
i : jy one other amateur made the
ci f. At 20. Fleisher was the young-
<>t competitor in the field.
"I learned a lot playing in the
Matters," said Fleisher after
tilings settled down a bit. "I be-
ll, ve every time you play against
II pros, you have to learn some-
thing."
Fleisher has something else go-
ing for hint on the goll course
bi sjdes the ability to play the
.. me well. The handsome 6-3, 190-
|nitpidei' is a bit; favorite with the
I irk. At the Masters they tore his
f shirt.
'I was autogi aphing tennis shoes
... d hats and everything*else you
< an think of." said Fleisher. "One
in tie- girl even grabbed a paper
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I victory last year. Bruce says he!
has never been on a motorcycle or
1 a surfboard, and his coach claims
he doesn't like beer very much. A .
sophomore at Miami-Dadc North,
Fleisher hopes to enter the I'ni-
v< rsity dt Miami in the fall or at
least in lime to represent the
school in golf next year. If he at-
ti nds Miami he will be the univer-
sity's first scholarship golfer in 13
yi ars.
Following the Masters. Fleisher
was low amateur (only one other!
made the cut I at the Western
Open in Midlothian. III. He wasn't
too far off the leaders as he shot
70-7L'-7L>-7."S 288. Bruce moved to
Houston next for the l\S. Open,
where he was one of 11 amateurs
entered. He had opening rounds of
7.V76 151, and like all the ama-
tcUTS, missed the cut. Bruce said
; he just never got his putter work-
I ing. "No complaints, though." said
Fleisher. "I wish I had made the
j cut. sure, but you can't have every-
thing." Maybe Bruce Fleisher will
1 rx come the "next Jewish super-
i star of s|Rrt" as Sports Illustrated
, magazine said in an article after
his adventures at the Masters.
David Muraskin of Elizabeth,
: N.J.. and Rutgers University will
] bo one of the golfers accompany-
ing Fleisher to Israel. Muraskin,
a 22-yeai -old-senior, was the
1967 Metropolitan intercollegiate
champion. He tied for fourth place
' ii, the 196S Metropolitan and was
runner-up in the 196.x Eastern Col-
legiate Athletic Conference golf
championship.
Dick Siderowl. Fleisher's team-
mate at the World Amateur
Championship in Australia last
year, was the only other amateur
: besides Fleisher to survive the cut
al the Masters. He shot 78-69-80-
82 .".09. The .".1-year-old stpek-
j broker from Westport. Conn., had
b tt, r luck later at the William 1).
Richardson Memorial tourney in
Hewlett Harbor. N.Y.. where he
shot a three-over-par 74-71-74
'-'19 for his third victory in the
tournament. Siderowl became the
first golfer to win the Richardson
roore than twice. Low amateur at
last year's r.s. open. Siderowf
rnissi d qualifying this time around.
A medalist at the 19t'.r> Macca-
biah Cam, s. Mis Walter Cooper-
slein of Glen Oaks Country Club,
N.Y., recently retained the 54-holc
medal championship of the Wom-
en's Cross Country Association,
and then added the Women's Ing
Uland Golf Association 5-1-hole
championship to her victory string.
Former touring golf pro Roger
Ginsberg has put away his travel'
big hags after five years and has
become a teaching pro at the Wil-
low Ridge Country Club In West-
chester, N.Y.
"Tne tour is glamorous and I
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WASHINGTON (JTAi The
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from Syracuse University.
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Friday. July 25. 1969
fJcnist FhrSdIiaim
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84178
I iLE. kJHtttle of
i i .i nun. sCami
"'^floW
T OREWI^RS' '***
All Creditor* mid All Person* Hay-
ling ('lain* <>r Demands Aaamal Bald
I>tate:
You are hi-roliy nntifu-d ami requlr-
i .i lit pr.'M'Ht any claims and demanda
luhlch y.iu my have acainal the
stale of OOLDIE II si-A.vr, ,i... ..,..
li.i late of Hamilton County, Ohio, to
the County Judaea ol Dada County,
i.ihI fllo the unit in duplicate a
.- provided in Bactton 7U.1A, Plorlda
Statutes, in tln-ir officea in the County
jpourthousa hi I >:nlo County, hlorida,
Ithln fix calendar months from the
in.- of the firm publication hereof.
in Hi.- same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Plot-Ida, tiii~ inn
la) i I lul>. A n if;:-
ELEANOR it. NDfMO
A* Hxe.-utrlx
Kir-i puhl lent Ion of this notice on
|ii.- imIi day "f July, IMP
: \ y A MI'S'.* N
In.-11 .-> for Bxacutrla
KHI |i graham I'.NIk Miami. Put
7 I8-S5 8 1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84290
ki: Batata of
S< i!:m AN B. BHCX 'K
11. i-.-il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor* and All Peraoiia Hav-
bc Claimt or Demands Agalnal Bald
jitate:
Y.-u are hereby notified and required
|.-i-'nt any ilaims ami demanda
iu mm havi nirnliiHt the e*tate
Mi|'yJ_\.N i: IIIWK'K deccawd lati
Dade County, Plorlda, i" the County
i,f;-. of 11:,.'. County, i d file t he
duplicate Hi il as provided i'n
733 Id i' -Li Statute*, In
in tin >"ount> Courthoum
in> I'mi ity, I'lt.ri.la, within -ix
lar month* from ihe time of the
I uMI.-ai: ill r< ..f. or the me
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HBKBBY fllVE.N thai
lln- und. rsicm-d. deairina; to enflMfi
in buxlncati under the flclitiouf
of PERIODICO PURRI.O SEWS at
III N.E. 2nd An-. .Miami, l-'ln Room
In reKiatt r wild name with
Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade
< 'ount), Florida
RAUL It. OLIVA
.! I8E OAMALLO
AKA.MIS ALVAREZ
7 I It- ." s l-R
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
ihe umlitmciii .I. dealrmg m engage
in I'Usin. s< under the flctltloua name
of DRIVEWAY SERVICE at 420 I.in
com It".'ul. .Miami llea.-li Inti-mls to
rcglater naid name with Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
WEIXER ASSOCIATES, INC.
n Plorlda i "orp
MI'KKAY WEIXER. President
HARt 1LI1 ROSEN
,\i ioi '. i for Applicant
IL'" Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach
7 11-18-25 s 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 69-10921 ..uJqe Popper
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HI SM-,1.1. UnliTII,
I'l.i
NANCY WORTH,
I'. fendant.
Tl NAXCY V < IRTH
17 Port iKi
S.i 1 -1 u: i M i' i. I UHet 1 H
YOU N \-'". tt IRTH,
Ci mplnlnl for
I .i- i......iled ngi.iii-i you
. r. -ii -i to Her l i py of yi
At
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COUST OF THE
iLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
>F FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-11650
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IM-MUIA DICKSKMAX,
la i m iff,
vs.
J..KN DICKKItMAN
i-f.ndant
M.l.KX DICKERMAN
0 Booii vard
Apr. SIO
Revere, Mass
r. i: ALLEN DICKERMAN, are
H i notified that a BUI of Com-
plain' iur Iiivorc lias been f 1 -'
ag^i i,u. i you ai-.- required lo
Mf%-i .-opy of your Answer or Plead-
laaj i. 'lie li.Il ..f iiiiiplaiiit on the
p6li,- iis attorney, DROVER CI-
ltSNT WEINSTi.lN \- KTAl'BEH,
P.A. ." l.tn.-'.ln Itoacl, Miami Beach,
K and I'll.- the ..rlKinal Answer
or 1 ik in the "ff.......f the t Ii rk
of Hi. i "iri-ult '"in i "tt or I- fort the
mil ..i \ii. list, i"en if you rail
to Judsment by default will be
take: i;ainsi \.-u f..r the rellel '!'-
man.' I in the mil ..f Complaint
Tli "t.....'! I" lilll)ll-lli .1
each a ek for four consecutive %......
in TMK JEWISH l-'l > 'l!ll>IA\
Dt'M-: AND I'ROERED at Miami,
lafak-p. this Mill da> "f .luly A.D
I K B LBATHERMAX, Clerk
Or ii in-' I '.ol.- i 'ount v, l-'torida
Byi MAHCCBHITE KENT
Di n i Clei .-
ii 'nun s. ..ii
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\ in Plead t to Ihe 'omplainl
for Dlvoi..... tin Plaintifl v
l{i.\'AI.I> I. I 'AVIS. Bwiuire,
i ; I. .. ayne Buildinic, 19 w i'l tarli r
Sir. it. A! .. on. Klorldii :: i in, I'l
It '.. :..; \
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. i mi i '..nit on ,,i- hi fon the
- da) \u>:ii-t. 19KS If '. i n fall i"
do i t:i. :' ii dl Vault ill be
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manded :n the Complaint for Divorce
Tin- Notice shall be published once
..,'. ,..;, for four i 11 consecutive
weekn in THE JEWISH PI.ORJDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at .Miami.
Florida, Ihla l day of July. 1969.
e ii ii: a riiKK.MAV.
i"l. rk. Circuit "ourl
I "aile i '"tintv, Klortda
1!> : .MAIt<;iKl:lTK KENT
Deputy i "lerk
(Clri uii Court Seal)
_________ _________ 7 t ill- jr.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 84109-Clark
In RE: Batata of
, ARTHI'R BBl.P.MAN.
1 Hieiiaaad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Poeaona
I HaviitR Clalma or Demands Again*!
: Said Bstute:
You ne hereby notified and requir-
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h hi.-li ..u mi \ ha-. .i-.i.'i t the -
',.: II K PEI-DMAN deci bhi il
late of hade County, Klorlda, to the
Count u ; l lade 'ount y. and
file iiplicate a nd it pro-
\ Ided i s. tloi i'. Klorlda Stnt-
tiiis, In iheit ofi the Count)
Courthousi In Dade County, l"
within Ox calendar mnntha from the
tim, ,.f thi in.-' puldii ill "ii hereol
or tli.- l\ill be barred.
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Miami. Klorida
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTICE IS HEREBY till KN thnl
thi u del lltlled, di -ii nm to i
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lllil N W -'.ii. Street, Miami, l-'l. I da,
nl .1- to n piMer -.- Id m mi I
"lerk of the t ircuil "ourl i I Hide
' unty, Klorida.
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AI lorni 11- for \pplh nnt
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IN THE CUUNlY juUiiE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83727
t RE Estate .!'
i'.mi.im: /a 'i."'i ii,
11,.,
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ina Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nit
..I to present ail) claims or Demands
Asuinsl Said Estate:
^'"U are hereb) notified and requir-
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which you may have agains! the es-
tate of PAI'I.IXB Xi '"I'l l. deceased
late of Dade County, Klorida, t" the
County Judices <'t Dade County, and
file tin same iii duplicate and as pro-
vided in s.'-tion 733 i'-. Florida sta-
tutes, in their offices in Ihe County
Courthouse in Dade County, Klorida,
within -i\ calendar months from the
time of tin- first publication hereof,
or the -anie \\ ill l barred.
Dated at Miami. Klorida, this :.'7tli
,!.,-, of June, A.D I9S9.
MTT.TON zoi.1 nil
si:i..ma /.i:idmax
\- Executors
First publication of this notice "ii
the t!i da) of July, 1969
SIMON, HAYS OltrNOWERO
Attorne) for Bxi cutors
:;"1 Ainsli > llulldlng
Miami, Klorida 33132
7 1-11-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'l'l'l'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of KIjORIDA INDI'STRIAI, sri'l'l.l-
KS at 1 sn West :':'ih Street, Hi..Kali.
Tlorida 33O10 Intends i" reglater said
name with the Clerk "f the Cirouit
t'liurt ol Bade County, Klorida,
INDI'STRIAI. SCPPI.IES INC,
iP PI i "RIDA
By: BERNIE WBTNTRAITB
I ilini
HARRIS AND SIRKIN
At t..i I \ ppllcHIlt
Dude Ked..... Building
Miami, Klorida 33131
7 4 -1 i -1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 69-11649
MAl: ::i.i.i:.\ IK USE,
1*1.. I iff
laTBx i iiii.mas in 'isi:.
i lanl
| Jl >IIN Till 'MAS 111 MS1-:
e o WllllHin A House
Sf,3 Elliot Street
Buford, Oeot gla
bu. JOHN Tlii ".MAS HOCSE, are
el'V notified that R BUI of Com-
plaint :.,r 11... i. has i .n filed
again- \..u. and you ar> required I"
^pr a i-opy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the itiii ..f Complnlnl on the
nuns at tot ii,v, I'All. KWITNEY
*ft I.ii,,.Hi Road. .Miami Beach, l"l"-
rlda .ii,d file the original Answer or
Pleadinir In the office of the Clerk
of thi ircult Court on orbafore the
2th day of August, I96. if yn fall
to do so, Judgment Ira default will he
take: ainst m.ii for the ndli 1 il. -
mam! hi the I iiP : i 'omplnlnt.
^Kis notice shall be published ..n.-e
^^k m .. k fur four conswullve ueeks
la tiik jewish Kiomniw
BS'K AND ORDERED at Miami.
Bid.i. this I till day of July A D.
K H. l.EATHKItMAN'. Clerk
Clreuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: I. SVKKDKN
Deputy Clerk
Wen Si al I
Jl KWITNEY
Liti.-..|n Bond
jrii lleneh. Klorida
AtUrn.y for Plaintiff
7/18-23 g.-l-t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-9439
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
H \i:kh:t ELIZABETH UEVINB
Plali
PHIMI' U3VTNH
1 ii fendanl.
YOI' PHILIP LEVINB, resldi
address: 40 Topping Street, Staten
Island Sen York, are required to file
your answer t" th.....mplalnl f..r
,i k-nrue with ii-'- clerk of the above
eourt and servi n copy thereol upon,
HERMAN COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11
I Congress Bldg Miami. Plnridn on or
before August 15, 1909 or I-.....m-
: plaint Will he taken as confessed.
DAI ED: June th, 1969
i: Ii LEATHERMAN
CI. rk of the Circuit Court
llv: C. P, COPELAND
7 ii-is-::.-. *'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is IHSREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in bus-tin ss under the fictitious names
of LILLIAN OARCIA, OARCIA CITOO
HAItt'lA CTTOO SERVICE STATION
at 1117". S.W. 4"th Street. Miami.
Klorida. in the unincorporated area
Of Oaile County. Intends t" register
said names with the t'lerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorida.
I.II.MAX SAI.AZAU
Sole Proprleter
BERNARD P. BOLDPARB, ESQ.
7^n N!.W J7th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for
LILLIAN SALAZAR
7 11-18-26 8/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .'I ICE IS HEREBY HIVEN
the n ed, desiring t" engage in
lii-im under Ihe li.titii.li- :i.iin. ol
EDWAltD I' (llll SS, Al I), at
w -i 49th siii i. Hinli ah, K
rei ler said nami
i "lerk of the 'ircuil 'out I
i lie '' tint v. Klorida
El'W ARD F CROSS, M.D P \.
I.i EDWABD F GROSS
Pre: Idenl
PHOMBBRO, KRl IMBERO
,v in ''ill PA
\ lorne.vs for
BDW VKD P BR< 'SS, M D P A.
i: i \ ... Building
Klorida
t-i
7'4-11 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITU "E is 11 EKEBY '!i\ EN
- u .i.i- i:: iii il. desiring to -
in hut Iness undi r tin fii'tlti ..
of AIM MA KI. S MATS! IN. D.D.S
... I. ih st,, iii.ii. .iii. i"
tends t> register -aid num. v. ::!i thi
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dad"
L'ounty, Klorida.
MICHAEL S .MATS' IN, D.D.S.
Professional Association
SPARBEII and ROBKIN P.A.
\ it..- in t..t- Applicant
inn lllsca) no Bh d
Miami. Klorida ;::i"J
7 11-18-25 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltloua name
Of OLtlARE al 111 N E 1' Av.\. Miami.
KI,, Room 7"ii intend to legist, r said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "i Dade County, Klorida.
UAI'l. It OLIVA
lOSE HAM M.l.o
Alt \AIIS ALVAREZ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY 'iiVK.v thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in i.ii. -- unili r the fl< titn.ii-- names
"i I BoXARD STBIXER, Al D SHEL-
DON D MI'NACH. M.D.; STBINER
\\|| Mix Mil. STEIXBR AM'
.MIX M'll P \ :it 1130 X \\ 11th
Sin i Miami Pli Ida I313H i.....nils
in nt ii mi with thi Clerk
of tin- i 'ircuil 'ourt "i l '."I. .
Plorlil i
- 'EIXBII VXD MI'NACH
PIP ni'.ssn .\ \| ASSOCIATH 'N
SPA ItBEII and Rl iSKIX I" A.
Alton tppllcnnt
i i :U .I
Miami, l-'l.....In
: -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi iTIi'l-: IS HBKBBY lil\ EX that
the uiulery.i--n.-.i. -i. engage
, in business tinder the ti. iri..u- in.
of Alii'.' ITT III "PINO Cl INI
iei I2IH \w ii St., In thi 'Ity
| of Miami. Plorliln intends to i .
Mi. -..i.i n.i ni with the i ii k nf the
Circuit Court of Dade County, l
Dated ai Miami, Klorida, this 7tlt
day ..f July, I99.
KICHAKD KINDLRT, President
SANKl HID II KltAMER
At torney for Applli ant
n.-.i. N.W nth Street
.Miami, Klorida
7 tl-IK-23 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fJTVBX that
j th- undersigned, desiring to Migagi
:ti business under th.- fictitious name
I of PIRCETTB op MIAMI at i^'l X
W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Plorlda in-
tend- t" register said name with the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dadi
cunty. Klorida
ANSEL.MO HERRBRA
: ii-is--." i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undi rsigneil, desiring to engage In
liuslni s under the flctltloua name of
' NAI'TICAL ENTERPRISES, at 405
\ -i HibiscUa 1'lii'-. .Miami Beach,
Klorid.....tend to register said name
with iln Clerk of Ihe Circuit Courl of
l lade "out ; y, Florida
KAY in >Ri IVICKA
Al. MBTZXER
BR 8. Cl 'HEN, ESQ.
ley I tulldilng
Klorida 33132
: i_ii is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB> BIVEX thai
undersl) -
in in ess under h til lou* i n
. VltKEX I.IXDAl', Al I' at ii01
s \\ -' :ii SI South M ..in 131 13 In-
t : mi ll t In-
Clerk "ircuil < 'ourt ol I lade
' '. ll: i Plot Id ,
M VRRBX I.IXDAl', M I > P.A.
SP VKIIBR and R< IKIN P A.
A ton i for V'i'lii ant
.1 e Blvil
Miami. Klorida
7 ll-' s--:. \ i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. (TICK IS HEKEICt OB'EN thai
- .1. desiring to engnge
it. but i-i. ui ler the flctll lou name
i.f l S DIRECTORY SERVICE al
121 Si: -i Sin et, Miami inti ,d t,.
1 i.i :,rk of
in- 'in mi < "ourl of I lade Count).
Klorida.
MBLVTN ALPERIN
ST.WI.K'i ALI'ERIN
"11-18-25 8 1
^..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREBY :i \ EN tl
th. undersigned, desiring to eniHtgi
business under the fictitious mini.
ARTHI'R nil.i.max. Al D ai I
x B 123rd Stn i t, \..t th Mis i
Plorlda i'nt.-mls to register said nai
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou -
of i>ade County, Plorlda
ARTHI'R nil.I..MAX. M.D P A.
Bj ARTHI'R iin.|.m.\X,
President
KRo.MBKKi;. KIP '.MIlEIti!
tc ItoTH. P.A.
Attorneys for
\l:l'lirn OILLMAN, Al D.. P A.
M-102 Blscaynt Building
Miami. Klorida
358-1484
_______________ 7'4-ll-1K--~
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY CM VEX tl
the undersigned, desiring t" ellgu*
in husiio-s- under th.- fictitious nam
t A CRUISE CENTER; HAH V:
Bl'REAl' OP TRAVEL; JAMAH
BCREAU OP TRAVEL; PCER1
RICAX BURR \i IP ':.\\ E
HAWAII Bl'REAl* OP TRAVE
X'ASSAI" BUREAU OP TRAVE
MEXICAN Bl'REAl" "K TRAVE1
A 1.1, ll' .'i'i-:i.s KESBRVATII X CBN
ER; TRAVEL CENTER POR I'"S
CONVENTION TiUI'.S: fEDERA'
ED INTBRNATIONAIj TRAVEL.
MAXINB OALEN
Sole I iwnar
7 4-11-1'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 69-10492
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BI'SAN ISABEL COOPER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Ri iBERT ALLAN Cl lOPER
Del.....Ism.
TO:ROBERT ALLAN COOPER
YU, ROBERT ALLAN COO]
are h. 11 Ii; -! thai a Mill of Cot
plain i for I 'i\ (... has heel!
against you, i.i you are n ttuli il
i. i \.- a cop) ol > in Answer or ''.-
ing t" thi Kill of mplali on t: >'
Plait i ti'i Itoi v. PULLER \
KRl M ER. 4"2 Ainsle) Buildl
Klorida 83132 .!"! file tin
Answ. : i- I'l. nding In thi
ih.- Clerk ol I'll uit i 'oui
liefot : Am ii
i.-u fail ti..... so
wIII b< -t > ..ii for i
relit Bill of Cor
nl...i...
This notli shall he puhl
ul
in THE JEW ISH I'l.i >RID1 NX
|.| iNE \N I l iRDBRED at Al ill
r irida, thii j !-. dny of June A i
i: n i.i: VTHERMAN, ci
i \p i c- I i.i.l, l 'outll'- 1 '
in C I. M EXAXDER
I i.n' i'I.-i k
fClrou Si
PULLER & BRUMER
l"-J A ey | lu
i : Klorida 13132
Attot eya : Plaintiff
7 Mi-is-r
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
WILLIE 9ARRIS,
Plaintiff.
1
LAURA J. HARRIS,
I left nda.it
TO: MRS. I.AKKA .1 HAKIMS
.iil'ii North mIi Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You, LAURA .1 HARRIS, are hei
l.\ notified thai a BUI of Complal
for 1 llvorce l.as i.....n filed .
you, '"I you an required t" servi
,.,,|i\ of youi Answer or Pleading '
the Bill of < 'omplainl on H Plait
.....i. PAl'L l'i ILLACK, 17
N.W 7tli Street, Miami, Klorida :'.:'.!-
and fill I hi in iglnnl Answer ,.i | .
inn in ihe offict of the Clei
Circuit "Ui'i "ti or before the 6th :
of Augu I l'"-'1 If you fail t" ii" -
ludgmt '' default ill he laki
nsi .ni for tin relief di mand.
in the Bill Complaint,
This notice -hall In published
each week for four consecutive weel
.:, "I HE JEW ISH rl.KlHUlAX
I ii INE VXD 'III lERED Bl
Florida, this 26th daj of Jui
' i: l EATHERMAN, C
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B) r i'"i'i:i..\\i'
11, i.ni' 'lerk
(Circuit Cou -
PAI !. PI ll.l VK
it- n \ w .'' stn .-I
Miami, PI
7/4-11-18 IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN th:
Ihe undi rsigni d, il gap
in Lu- |ni mder thi in Iltiouf -..ni
< SOItRE I IE I.A Si IRPRESA
\ Miami, l-'l.i Root
706 in d in i ^i-'. i said name w it
the i 'let k of ihi Cin uit < 'ourl
Dade i -i. Plorlda.
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~ilewis!i Floridian
'Miami Honda Friday, July 25. 19S9
Section B
, ,...;
Czechoslovakian Clouds Gather
Communists Tighten Their Grip
By JIM COLLINS
C'wchoslovakian Affairs Specialist
LONDON Anti-Semitism
continues to motivate a small,
but dangerous minority in Czech-
oslovakia which constitutes a
political "underworld" irrespec-
tive of whether the Czechoslovak
nation is led by Antonin Novot-
ny or Alexander Dubeck.
It has grown more vociferous
sine, last Aup. 21 when Warsaw
pact troops moved into the coun-
try, and it made some further
headway recently after the dem-
onstrations in Prapue*s Wcnces-
Jes Square which followed the
Cztch victory over the Soviet
jc< hockey team.
The vandalism in the course
cf these demonstrations may
I] have been organized by pro-
vocateurs: then are some indi-
thai ;.: least some of
thi leading Czech politicians in-
i i this -. lew,
B it '., t! r the incidi i
whether
they were i
: -.. pros-
pect :.--. --' et occupa-
1 led 36 young
. ..... ,
It t irnishi th<
' oppor-
! tl tightCl II :: ";
i gr| on the country ai
B1 eari t what thej ha I
me 1 August:
of a totalitar-
ian C -'-,: [ime, strippi I
ns ol .i "h iman
face" and a human heart" and
Bust ; i iii' state pre-
tidi i over by i ppet govi rn-
Bient.
extenl to which this I
get will bi : ached in the imrm -
diate future can so far not be
defined. Tin povi rnment con-
tinues aJ I concessions to the
is in a print many fields,
ut it also continues to indicate
its determination to proceed
with the reforms of the January,
1968 program. Whether liberali-
sation of the Communist regime
(, obtained whin it is ac-
companied by the rt imposition
of censorship on the press and
otlvr publicity media; whether
thi reintroductfon of lepality
and legal norms by Western
standards can be expected to be
finalized with all that such steps
would imply for freedom of
thoupht anel personality remains
to be seen.
The fact that Czeche Slovakia
now is receiving less attention
in the press of the Western
countrieswhich, as the Lonelon
"Times" puts it. are "in search
of a detente in Europe" by con-
centrating on "extra-European
matters" justifies, at least in
some minds, the apprehension
that the world may be heading
back, if not to the cold war. then
at least to a lukewarm equiva-
lent of it.
To devote, in these circum-
stances, attention to the fate of
the Czech Jewish community
may appear petty to some. Oth-
rs, both inside' and outside of
Czechoslovakia, wh havi
knowledge of the East Euro-
pean scen< ai I l taki
ii -a that what is ... st
Is not the future of an
. stimati I 1 Jews ii -
i' '. ch Sl< vak fedi
Thi lestii and will
- I; lii ; d that I
thi mi J ws t
SSP ind th<
F Jews
nia.
it tl read f th<
Jewish community to recenl de-
veil ments in 'heir country. The
answer to that question can
; in facts.
Sina last August, about one
third of thi Jewish population
has ft th country and a gi
many cf the 10.000 still there
are living in an atmosphere of
mounting concern.
The' gathering clouds of anti-
Semitism are causing at least as
much ee.nci rn to gentile reform-
ers in Czechoslovakia as to the
Ii ss vocal Jewish leadership of
the country. An outstanding \-
ample has been supplied by
"Listy." the valiant official or-
gan of the Czechoslovak Writ-
er's Union, whose last issue, at
least for the time being, re'ached
Lonelon during the first week of
April with the' simultaneous an-
nounce ment from Prague that
publication of the periodical, to-
gether with several others which
had taken a serious view of the
reform movement, had been
"suspe nded."
In a classically courageous
pit (i of Czech journalism, the
paper devoted almost an entire
page to a study of the "pathology
of present day reality." The ar-
ticle, signed by Ivo Planava. was
headed "A Dangerous Gang"
and dealt with the mounting
concern over clandestine meet-
inps "in an atmosphere reminis-
ce nl Of the hysterical outbursts
cf enthusiastic hatred during the
Continued on Page 2-B
liree Generations Of Sturnians Have
Red In Struggle For Jewish Homeland
ment and who .'... ected the : -
st H gan in defi nse of the
... j .-,.< ;- ;ho ai
lim'a : ther M .she, who
was a Ha h unit c mman
Ing the I 148 War of Lib-
. killed during l
i thi fighting in the I :-
: V llev His gn '.'.
life A-hile a
., | / ire t-
tlem U n thi Beisai Valley.
He was ki] d I y the Arabs in
1938.
,; L'SAl EM tJTA" Th -e
/as >.. .. : ...! ,-\ [n thi
:. if th severe It sas su*-
Fered 1 Is .. in th att i :k
and i- .. on of the
? ii Canal '' vptian Island
x of the Is-
i killed the tc clash
! i i pr Island .' !" the s is
K kibbutzi : n b rs
One of the n was Cha'n
Isi m i I le i'
Iturman who purchased t*i
(isan Vi Hi j t .!. wish sett"-
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mount Sinai Hospital,
presents a set of plaques to Mrs. Tillie Yagle commemorat-
ing her initiation into the Founders' Club and restowing tthe
same honor posthumously on her late husband, Harry
Yagle. Those community leaders who have made a per-
sonal contribution of S50.000 or more to Mount Sinai are
accorded membership in the group.
i if
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/S
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skinny rib tops!
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J99
lops 7-14, reg. 3.50
J99
Skirts 4-ex, reg. 3.50
349
Skirts 7-14, reg. 56
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Pacje 2-B
> Jen isf FhridHnn
Friday, July 25, 1369
Czechoslovakia!! Clouds Gather
Continued from Pago IB
Advent of Fascism." the continu-
ing installation of bugging de-
vices in private home*, printing
ami distribution of ilk-gal ma-
terial full of Iks and slanders.
and th<- continuous stream to
editorial desks of anonymous let-
ters "threatening ijogroms ami
terror in the mar future."
cMeatless
yet so
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These symptoms are especial-
ly dangerous in (j#riods of tran-
sition. Tiny en made even more
dangerous, Mm author stated in
an oblique reference to the So-
viet presence w hen "interna-
tional pressure is added" and
when democratic rights and du-
ties, while in the nation's sub-
conscious and even in pro-
grams." are to a far smaller de-
gree codified in law and in the
society at large.
"In such truly abnormal con-
ditions, half-wits of larger and
smaller scale stand a good
chance of transforming their
tomfookriis into norms." the
w liter said.
People of this type, the au-
thor charged, are linked by the
ho(x that event! will onco more
transform them into central fig-
ui.s >f uncontrolled power and
by a common past in which they
were the flag-bearers of a "bu-
reaucratic eentralistic system
closely welded to a government
of police oppression." They are
governed, he said, by specific
socio-psychological laws: They
. t and deform people in
their own image and thus suc-
ceed In molding and deforming
tin Ir own imam even furth
In this conti \t, Mr. Plat
led 1950 when persi -
cution was directed "not only at
I rved with the
Royal Air Forc4 in Britain but
also at those wh
F > in Spain ai I Na 'ism in
the East. Communists anil non-
ists like, they were bc-
1i ctod because thi y wt re susp cl
of n cli an shield and a vigor tus
conscience."
Within this Orwellian predic-
tion of imminent dangers, the au-
thor devoted substantial thought
to the "Jewish problem" which
occupied considerable apace in
the anonymous letters he was
r... iving. One of his correspond-
ents called for a "Prague with-
out Jews." The correspondents
hated, in this order. Jews, cul-
ture. Alexander Dubcek. Josef
Smirkovsky and other members
of the government, "the press in
general." th< intelligentsia, writ-
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They loved, among other things.
the People's Militia and the So-
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People with a soft spot for au-
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state of general non-interest in
math rs public, when no one will
talk about anything and when
everyone will just pursue his
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The study conclud* d with a
warning againsl such : assivity.
Defense againsl anti-democratic
forces cannot be a matter of
psychological mechanics, it said.
"Where political forces are con-
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must he in the arena of politics;
where illegal action is involvi I,
the res; ior.se must be a def< nse
throug : proceedings. The
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year ol th- noble using of our,
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* Jewist Fkridiar)
Paqe 3-B
Bureau Releases Results Of Test
Results of the 1969 Testing Pro-
pram of the Jewish schools of
Greater Miami and Hollywood
have b#en "released by th Bsrtaa
of Jewish Education. The annual
testing program has been cited
rationally as a qualitative evalua-
tion service for achievement in the
local schools.
The tests were administered un-
der the direction of Herbert Zvi
Btrgcr, association director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, in
May. and involved a total of 4,107
students in 18 schools. Achieve-
ment tests were given in Hebrew,
Prayers, Humash, Customs and
Ceremonies. History, Zionism and
Isra t irouph 10 in the weekend depart -
n ents and students in Grades 1
t irough 6 in the elementary and
j nior high departments.
iTtsts administered included the
\x;-.i ' B reau, tests of the Board of Jew-
Education of Los Angeles, the
United Synagogue Commission on
Jewish Education and the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Edu-
cation.
Test results show the achieve- \
ment level of last year has been
substantially sustained. While good
progress appears evident in He-
brew, some decline- in achievement
is noted in the areas of Modern
Jewish History and Zionism and |
Israel. Both of these relevant
areas of instruction have been
cited for some serious attention
during the coming school year.
The objectives of the annual
testing program are: (H to gather
sufficient cases to establish city-
wide norms of achievement in the
subjects tested in the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami and Hol-
lywood in order to establish instru-
ments of objective approximate
educational measurement for our
schools; 12) to compare- these
norms with those of preceding
yi ars, so as to register improve-
ment or lack of progress; (31 to
use the community norms to test
the effectiveness of curriculum
and classroom efficiency: and (4)
to gain some insight into the nee- I
essary approaches to improve the
general educational standards of
the community.
The mean marks of individual
schools have be-en forwarded to
them for comparison with the
Greater Miami community norms.
Each school has been requested by
the Bureau to study the commu-
nity norms and then to compare
its individual norms of achieve-
ment, grade by grade, with those
of the community and to evaluate
the possible reasons for the higher I
or lower achievement in the vari- I
ous grades of their individual |
school program.
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2 cups sour cream (or non-
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cream, stirring well to blend. (3i Divide sour cream, reserving
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fruit on the cream-layer, top fruit with a center of cream, and
sprinkle with chopped walnuts. Refrigerate, serve cold. Makes
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*> Jen ist fkridfiar
Friday, July 25 1959

nuWII SMIWART/ M.i/\ah a
t m ., 1 uniav mornini:
Sheldon B.. the son of Mr. and
Leon Schwartz, will become A studenl at Weal Miami Junior
Kar Mit/vah at the 8:30 a m. s.tv- Hli,h school, wh.n he is in th.
ices of Ohev Shalom Congregation eighth grade. Daniel has been
. .. M >t- l*U.~...... I ....int.. Ii><
1 Temple Or Otom Sat- Kokofaky, anil his uncle, NTaxK 1
mine. July 26. kofsky. '
Saturday, July 26.
member 01 th.' Kfcoury League for
Ml.IK t ltr.K.\OFSKY
Meir Dan. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jan,I) I. Chernofsky, will cele-
his Bar Mitzvah at Young
Israel of Greater
Miami Satin laj
July 26, "hen
he will read the
Torah and con-
duel the 9
services at the
of
which his fa-
ih< r, who >s the
r manag-
ing editor of
J < w i s h
tan, i- iiii
111 -id. 1
Ateir Chernoli' An honor student at the Hohnw
Academy of Greater Miami, where
he is in the eighth grade, Meir is
a memoer 01 the Hebrew Academy
Choir and active in Troop 281, Boy
Scouts of America.
Among the out-of-town guests
expected to attend the celebration
will !>< Mi 11 s grandmother, Mrs.
Moses Jung; Mrs. Max Cher-
1 fsky; his uncle, Morris I. Cher-
tky; Mrs. Phyllis Schoffman,
the celebrant's aunt, ami cousins
Mr. and Mrs \ an Schoffman ami
iai I S hoffman, all of New
York.
Sheldon is a student at OhOlei | four years.
Torah School, Miami Beach.
The celebrant will be honored
ai the Kitldush which will br hold
at tin' synagogue following the
morning servicea.
DANIEL STOI.I.KK
The Oneg Shabbal following the
service Friday night and the Kid-
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Daniel's parents in his honor.
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the lA'ovnan s UJorld
Agudath Israel To
Start New Era, Mark
^QJBiwriah Floridian Thar Anniversary
Friday, July 25. 1969
Paqe 5-B
Mis. Ann Grossman, director of the Women's Division of
Israe. Bonds, Miami Beach, and her daughter, Pamela, who
had just finished college, are shown at John F. Kennedy
Interr.c'ional Airport, as they prepared to depart for Israel
via L. Al Israel Airlines.
Celebrating its "Chai"
anni\-ersary this weekend with an '
appropriate Saturday morning
service, followed by i reception,
"ill h.' the Agud 'Hi \^v-\ He-
brew Institute. 7801 Carlyle Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Membership in the Orthodox
synagogue, foundei by Dr. Isaac
Hirsh Ever In 1951, has stea I ly
increased; and now numbers 650 j
men and women.
Under the guidance of Rabbi
i- ord'iin< 1 35 years
ind !- ac 'laimed as one of
the mosl ling leaders in \
.1 u Ish orthodoxy, the Institul
iffcrs full program of religious
and ; ctivities for all mem-
be rs i f the i imily.
Agudai h I si iel [nsl Itute is about
in embark on a new era during
which the Talmudic Theological
Collegi the first orthodox semi-
nary south of Baltimore will be
constructed on the site of the
present synagogue facility. Na-
tionally prominent architectural
and construction firms an" formu-
lating the plans; the groundbreak-1
in!r ceremony tor the 12-story
edifice u> scheduled to take place
this fall.
Temple Israel Ladies
Set Summer Party
Sunshine and daisies will be the
theme of the Temple Israi I Sisti r-
hood's summer party in the Wolf-
son Auditorium at noon Wednes-
day, Auk. 6.
Mrs, Samuel Gray ;nv!
Robert Grossman are in charge ol
tickets. Sisterhood president is
Mrs. Jerome Rado.
Fisher Marks 91st Birthday
During the services art B< th K<>-
di si, Sj naj ogue at 8:15 a.m.
unlay. July 2(i, Morris Fishi i wiH
ol si eve Ids 9!st birthdaj seven
times his age al ins B ih
bj ri i it ;r",r the same ; orti n a. i
sings he did wh< i ,as 13.
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Mr. Fisher will lie attended by his
: family and friends.
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vJenist ncridlfor
Friday, July 25. 1353
WOMAN OF THK WEEK
When Helen (Mrs Maurice 1 Tohaek was seven yean
old she started her musical career by appearing on her
piano teacher's doorstep clutching 50 cents in her hot little
hand. The first of many honors won by Helen was being
chosen to play the "Graduation March." As a student in
girl's high school, she earned her first dollar 1 fore-runner
of many more' by accompanying the Folk Dances pre-
sented by the City of New York. She also won all of the
eight honor badges for scholarship in high school. But un-
like all those grimly smart girls, she entered into all of the
activities of the school and when she sat down to the piano
to play popular music, she was the life of the party. Cliche!
She attended Maxwell Training School for Teachers,
where she was awarded the first Music Honor Certificate
ever given. All this time she continued to live at home in
Brooklyn, in a loving household which included two sisters.
Helen holds one of the first 10 J.H.S. Music Licenses given
in the City of New York.
Being a school teacher has many advantages. When
she was invited by one of her students to come to her
home for dinner. Helen met and fell in love with the hand-
some uncle of her pupil. It was love at first sight for her.
but Maurice took his time. Helen says. It was two years
later that she married "the catch of Brooklyn."
In her class at school was a quiet, red-headed boy. No
other teacher recognized his potential, but Helen detected
his love for the violin, and made him conoertmaster for
her 42-pieee orchestra After a concert performance on one
ial Thursday, Helen presented Sam Levenson with a
medal. When she and Maurice Tohaek were married in
Central Synagogue. I-exington Avenue and 55th Street
the oldest Reform congregation in America the following
Sunday. Sam Levcnson rode the subway for the first time
in order to be able to sit in the first pew at his teacher's
wedding. Through the years they have kept in touch with
1 other, tnd Sam never misses an opportunity t<> prais
hi- teacher and tell how she presented him with that now-
-oiis med il.
In the years the Tobacks nl in Brooklyn -;". their
H en has parti ripat* I in man]
activities Including being an ember of Verity
Lodge No. 39. United Order of Tru Sisters every'
that had anything to do with mi sic The Tob igh-
tc:\ Sarelle, now Mrs Daniel Weisberg is the mother of
two sons Andrew and Joel. Their grandmother sent me
a very detailed two pa 1 trding her exceptional grand-
sons, who live with their parents in New York. Consid -r
you have read it. for I want to tell you tboul Helen.
Always a Miami booster, sine' they spent their vaca-
tions here, you can well imagine what a wonderful P.R gal
Helen has becom.- sine.' they moved to North Miami Beach
-i\ years ago. Oh, did she get busy'. She organized and l>e-
came the first president of the Te ichers' Club for Cultural
and Social Purposes, she became program chairman of the
Women's Auxiliary of the North Miami Beach Taxpayers
Association: she was an officer in the Sunshine Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women, and served in many capacities: she
has just l>een reflected by th-' new City Council for her
fourth term as a member of the North Miami Beach Cul-
tural Committee, and is beginning her second year as
president of the Temple Sinai of North Dade Sisterhood--
at a most auspicious time. too. for the temple is entering
its new sanctuary at the beginning of its Bar Mitzvah year.
Helen is always somehow connected with the poetry, songs
and skits- original and plagiarized that are written for
special occasions, as well.
Does she find time to pleasure herself in a personal
way? Yes. She plays for herself and her friends on the 43-
year-old baby grand piano in her living room an instru-
ment which she has cherished all these years. Outside her
apartment is a lovely garden that she has planted herself
and tends, managing it so that the seasonal changes allow
her to have flowering plants at all times. Her other bobby-
is making jams and jellies of Florida's fruit -all kinds of
candied peel. Calomondin Orange Preserves, Surinam
Cherry Jam, Kumquats in Syrup. Loquat Jam and Mango
Preserves Where does she find the time she gives to the
Sisterhood presidency with such dedication? Her friends
can't find out. But they keep her supplied with Florida
fruit in the hope that they will be asked over to share her
delicious goodies.
MKS. STfVEN 1. SKUKO
Pearl Atran Weds
Steven J. Skuro
The marriage of Pearl Marcia
Atran. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Atran of Miami Beach, to
Steven Jeffrey Skuro. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph I. Skuro of Los
Angeles. Calif., was solemnized in
a Deauville Hotel ceremony which
took place Saturday. June 28.
The bride, who is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School,
completed her Underwriting In-
surance training in Los Angeles
and is presently Junior Insurance
Underwriter for Financial Indem-
: ity Co.. Los Angeles. Her husband,
who graduated from Hamilton
High School. Santa Monica Junior
College and received a degree in
Accounting from Woodbury Col-
, leges, is currently employed as an
agent for the Internal R- venue
Service.
The bride was given in marriage
b> her parents after being escorted
by her brother-in-law. Myron B.
Bcrman. She was attended by her
three sisters, Mrs. Myron B. Ber-
man. matron of honor maid of
honor Bertha Michelle Atran, and
Mildred Atran and the
sister, Arlene Skuro. who
bridesmaids. David Adilm ins ved
as best man.
Dr.. Mrs. Bowles,
Wed July 20. To Be
Stationed in Korea
N irma Marks became
>r Joe Paul Bow;, 1 in
a Q p.m mony in the D ipont
tel Sun lay, July 20 with
j Marius Rat >m officiating,
tion foil '' I at the hotel.
Th'' bride, who obtained her B.S.
i n il t ; fnivi rsity of
was a mem-
Ei Delta Tan sorority
I Sigma Thet 1 Tau honorary.
arm 1 her Master of Science
degree at the University of Cali-
fornia graduate school. Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
B M irks of South Miami
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs Gilbert W. Bowles of
Carrollton. Ala., is a 1968 gradu-
ate of the University of Alabama
School of Medicine, ard completed
his internship at St. Joseph's Hos-
pital in Denver, Colo.
The bride, who had chosen an
A-lin" dress of candlelight satin
encrust.-i with seed pearls and
txads and a bridal bouquet of or-
chi Is, i< attended by maid of
MM. JOE PAUL tOWlfS
honor Linda Hottum. and ''.
Joel Marks, matron of honor. G:
bTt Bowles served as best ma
and Joel Marks usher. 1.
After a honeymoon in Puert
Rico. Dr. and Mrs. Bowles will
l>' stationed in Korea, where '
has been assigned by the U.S.
Army.
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Friday, July 25, 1969
+Jeni$t ncrirffatri
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Jennie Graham To
Be The Bride Of
Richard Phillips
Mr. rin.l Mrs. Alexan lef DeWitt
Graham of C lumbia. S.C.. have
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Jenni < Steadman,
to Richard Harrison Phillips son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips,
2525 SW ir>th St.
Miss Graham, a g a I of
| trie Wi bater, teach i kindei -
garten in Columbia
A graduate <>f the University of
Miami. Mr. Phillips. \\h i is now
serving with ih<' US. Arm;.- al
Fort Jacksun. S.C., has completed
one year oi law school at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee md expects
to resume his law study upon com-
pletion of his army duty.
The couple is planning a Sep-
tember wccMing.
Varats Announce
Lois" Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Varat, 74
Bay Heights Dr., Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Lois Ellen, to Gary Howard Worth,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Worth
of Great Neck, NY.
The bride-* lect attended the
University of Miami and New
York University. Her fiance is a
graduate of Pennsylvania State
University, where ho was a mem-
ber of ZBT fraternity.
The couple plans to be married
in December.
Miss Honkofsky Is
Engaged To Marry
Bernard Trieher
A December wedding is beins
plannrd by Rosalind Iris Honkof-
sk rlauehtor of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Honkofsky of Baltimore.
Md., and Bernard Trieber, whose
nr n nts, Mr. and Mrs. Max Trieber
of North Miami B> :cvi. form' r
residents of Monticello, N.Y.
Th" Microbiology supervisor at
Ton Secours Hospital, Baltlm in .
the bride-elect is a graduate of
Mount Saint Atmes College. Mt.
Washington. Her fiance, a former
resident of North Miami Beach, is
presently employed by the Com-
DUter Sciences Corp. in Silver
Spring, Md. A gra iuate of Florida
Atlantic University. Boca Raton,
he is now making his home in
Takoma Park, Md.
Miss Honkofsky is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Jennie Needle
and the late Morris Needle, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Honkofsky. Mr. Trieber's grand-
| parents are Mrs. Mary Sadofsky
i and the late Hyman Sadofsky, and
i the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Trieber.
Jewish Book Month
Begins October 31
The 27th annual Jewish Book
Month will he celebrated from
' id 91 to Nov. 30 this year, under
the sponsorship of the Nati inal
Jewish Welfare Board's Jewish
Book Council. Dr. Judah Nadich.
council president, has armour d
A newly-designed poster by Ismar
David, notid calligrapher, which
iphically depicts the Book
Month theme. "Around the World
with Jewish Books," will be fur-
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Book Council. 15 E. 26th St.. New
York. N.Y. 10010.
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Friday, July 18, 1963
Kttniifl Medley Opens At Fla^lrr Track
Flagler Kennel Club swings into
h .;;]V>Ut of i'S ieh s' l
l ogrdjm this w.'ck following s
i day's $100,000 International
issic, which ftir>iM-rt nit \
) und racing's gn atesl
Flagier's so-..mi riches! staki s.
$25,000 Kennel Mcdle
Friday night and is a test ol the
over-all balance and strertfttHtff
;!>( ci nl acl kennels, Sixteen ken-
nel owners furnish a greyhound
foi nctionmvr the 5 1H mile, tin'
Flagler and marathon courses and
the hurdles. Eight or the 12 re
two tor each M> dley course. id
Sheridan
HELD OVER
FOR ANOTHER WEEK
WOMEUKOER 17 \
,' MU B ADMITTED i
.unless MMMMMJ
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Written by
PHILIP ROTH
Author of
PORTNOY'S COMPLAINT
-RICHARD BENJAMIN
JACK KLUGMAN AUMacGRAW
V Igot SjomatVs complete and uncut / Am Curious (Yellow) is
"a andmark likely to permanently shatter many of our last re-
mai ling movie conventions." says Wiliiam Wolf of Cue Magazine.
The Evergreen Film presented by Grove Press stars Lena Nyma-i.
A Sandrews Production. ADMISSION RESTRICTED TO ADULTS.
NOW PLAYING
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2-4 6-8-10 p.m.
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Phone 538-2908
launch the Medley Friday.
Preliminaries continue on two
s. ccei ding Fi Ida) nights,
eight kennels accumulating the
loint totals will be pflgtwe
for Hi-' Aug. lo finals, with the
winning outfit picking up a first
,. n ward of $12,^00
Lorber Chapter Plans
21st Celebration
The Lorber Chapter of the Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital will celebrate its 21sl
year at noon Tuesday, Aug. 5, at
the home of Mrs. David Dorfman.
13155 SW 74th Aw.
Mrs. Alii n Abelson, president,
will give a report on CARlH's re-
cent convention in Denver. Mem-
bership vice president is Mrs. Ed-
ward Scharps; chairman foi
aftern on will be Mis. Julius Seid-
ner. The entertainment will be
planned by Mrs. Anshel Rackoff,
nroeram \ Ice pit sident.
Wometco Theatres
Shaloma Group Card Party
Shaloma Group ol HadaBsah
will hold a ca, i aruj parties party
al noon Ti. >ui.. in Jordan Marsh.
.Mrs. Irvin A Shapiro is group
president
Sale, Lease Back
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Page 9-5
70 NEW APTS.
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return on investment.
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20 ACRES
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GOOD TERMS. CAU
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247-0857,
247-8788
DOCTORS
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rooms. Office, X-ray, lab and
dispensary, Miami Springs,
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WAREHOUSE
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Building Salvage, Plumbing,
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Miami, Florida 33125
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Page 10-B
vJenist ffrridV&n
Friday, luly 25. 196g
. 4zAtcout f^eople and pu
WHAT IS A BOBBIE BROWN*
"God must have combined many things to-
gether to make a Bobbie Brown. He used a
puppy's innocence, the curiosity of a cat. the
wise mind of an owl, the courage of a lion, the
energy of youth, the dependability of time, the
devotion of Ruth, and to top it all off. the
uniqueness of just being Bobbie Brown." TWs
tribute, written by Mrs. Steven Tobin and Mrs.
Jerome Halpern for the Alumnae and Alpha Eta
Chapter at the University of Miami, was read at
the national convention of Alpha Epsilon Phi in
the Bahama* when Bobbie (Mrs. Norman Brown)
was installed as its national president. Among
the Miami AEPhi's watching the installation
were Mrs Mike Spector. Mrs. Charles Finkel-
stein ami Mrs Burton Levey. As husbands at a
sorority convention always do. the husbands who
had gone along set out to play polf, and managed
to squeeze nine holes in betwe-.-n the raindrops
for it rained all the time.
HF.RK AND THERE
Albert and Sandy Lewis, eating fish at E'.
Capitan R< s1 lurant. At the Normandie were
Marvin and Jane Silvers Roy and Roz Wolf. The
Sidney Schwartzes were there with their daugh-
ter, Meta Berg her husband, Ronnie, from
Chicat se n wire the Aaron Parrs. The
chef in his great white ha' came out to announce
that the Nap leons were a little si ppy-looking.
With a taste liki that, they could !>e real sloppy.
aces .
THERE WERE TWO OF THEM
Twins; They looked just exactly alike. Linda
and Andrea Rimer, who are taking the Arista
Tour to Switzerland. Spain, England, and what
have you. With their father and mother. Dr. and
Mrs. Harry Rimer, they were having fun getting
their money changed into Travelers' Checks to
take with them at the Washington Federal. All
of the people at the bank, including Clare Hay-
den (the nicest V.P. of all) were getting quite a
kick out of watching them.
DID YOU SEE?
There was a picture of Sandy Karlan. whose
engagement to Richard N. Roffman was being
announced, in the Jewish Floridian. Sandy's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karlan of New
York. Richard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Roffman. belong in Miami. But what you don't
know is that Sandy is Isabel (Mrs. Howardi
Grove's niece -Sandy's mother is Isabel's sister.
She wore a bright yellow linen dress with a
little collar and looked exactly like her mother,
who was sitting in front of the TV. proud as a
peacock. The program was "Face the Nation.
The girl in the yellow dress was Elizabeth (Mrs.
! trick! Drew. Washington editor of the Atlantic
Monthly, whose mother is Estelle < Mrs. William)
Bit nner.
Frances lehrta*
Miami Happenings
Rabbi and Mr*. Sol Landau
were among the Beth Davidites
who left Monday for a trip to
Israel. England and Switzerland.
The group plans to meet with
Israeli leaders, and will contact
Jewish communal leaders in the
other countries on their tour.
*
Mr. and .Mr*. Lro Elseot-ln,
5925 N. Bay Rd.. recently re-
turned from a 36-day cruise to
the Land of the Midnight Sun.
After visiting Iceland, they went
on to Leningrad. Oslo. Stock-
holm. Copcnhage n and Amster-
dam. During their stay in Lenin-
grad, they had the opportunity
of visiting that city's only syna-
gogue.
Miami residents, both men
and women, who have as little
as five hours free time ach
WM k for community service and
are competent drivers, are urged
to call the headquarters of the
Red Croat and offer to transport
a child or an adult patient to a
clinic or hospital for treatment.
Any recruit who wishes to use
his or her own car for an assign-
ment may do so. Red Cross sta-
tion wagons are provided for the
usi ol tht'Se- who prefer not to
use their own vehicles.
Ass st.iit Attorney General
Arde-n Sie^rndorf. u ho he a d s
Earl Fairevoth's Miami office,
was recently commissioned a
"Kentucky Colonel" by that
stati > Ha\. Louie B. Nnnn.
Automation
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int Seaeral Ctvnt
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RAPPAPORT UNVUUNG
The dedication of a monument
to the memory o, the late
OSCAR RAPPAPORT
will take' place
Sunday, July 27th at 2:30 at
M, Sinai Cemetery with
RABBI SOL LANDAU
officiating.
Friends and relatives
are asked to atitnd.
CANTOR
EXCELLENT BAL MUSAF
and Vicinity. Call 866-4234.
Available for High Holidays. Miami
CANTOR
Looking for yearly position or for
High Holidays.
Call AMERICAN ISRAELI
BOOK STORE JE 1-7722
IF YOU NEED A
BAAL TFILA, KRIA, T0KEA
WRITE TO P. S. BOX 2973,
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101
COMPANION WANTED
For elderly lady; some nursing
experience, live in, S.W. Section.
Salary S6S weekly. Call 661-0614
after 7 p.m or week-end.
costly middle man
-
in your
health care plan.
Middle men are vital in many transactions. Rut not in
your health eare plan. They're a hidden expense.
Who are they? You ithe employer) and your
employees. The people who are caught in the middle
of the great claims handling bugaboo. Filling out claim
forms. Writing correspondence. Making phone calls*
Paying bills and checking benefits. And waiting.
It just doesn't make sense.
What's the alternative? Blue Cross and Blue Shield,
the automated health eare plan. All stages of claims
handling are automatically performed and controlled
by computers. All any member needs to do is show his
membership card upon entering the hospital. No cash
on-the-spot worries or on-the-job paperwork.
Apply the cost-cutting principles o\ automation to
your company health insurance program. Blue Cross
for paying most hospital services. Blue Shield for
paying toward most doctor bills. Directly, economically
and automatically. Now doesn't that make sense?
4
FLORIDA BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD
532 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla. 32201
I'm interested in cutting the cost of my health care plan.
Please have one of your local representatives contact me.
NAME.
C0MPANY_
ADDRESS_
CITY_____
STATE
:p
No other plan does so much for so many for so little.
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD'
122 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
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Friday. July 25, 1969
*Unist Mcridfia/n
Paqe 1 IB
SCHNEIDER
Mollye PonuTiiiii'i-. B4, ,,r Augusta,
l!a |>:iused away l;ii-l Week Puner-
;t| services were held July I7tb. Bhi
formei resident of Miami Beach,
member oLf-Arfdk-A'ualMir.iu Synu-
Ki;..! the uHrUghterx of Israel, .....i
Ifadaaaah. Survivors Include three
-ons, Philip I'omeraii.-e of Columbus.
Georgia, Dr. Joseph l;. Pomeratiae
arul Sanfonl Conn-ranee, both of
Miami; two daughter* Mis. Max-
well Eatroff, Augusta, On and Mrs
;!> n Waaaar, Orlando. Kla.: three
I sister*. Mm. Alex Meddin, of
Savannah; and Mrs. Hyman Up-
Hits and Mrs Fanny. Rosen of
Augusta, Qa.; :'i grandchildren; and
!! groat-grandchlldren. Pallbearers
war* haw jMirteona. Warren, W0-
ii:nn. ihivid and iti.'lutr.l Pomecance;
Malcolm Sinv.n. Kill Earroff, HaakeN
Toporek, ami Barnard Taranto,
R08BINS
COHEN
LEGAL NOTICE
Annie, M, of MO Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beach, paaaed away Tuesday
Bhi l ;tl bean realdent 11.-i Mr (he
paal 19 year*, cmlue from New York
fur. Mis OBbBdMaMMlldBaM r Mem-
ber of Chewed Bhel Banes Society
and li.'Hi Kodeah Synagogue She is
survived bj bar huaband, Abraham;
(our-aons, hadore, Nathan, Maurice
and Archie Cottlton, all of Miami;
dauchter Mrs. Evelyn Mcrkin; nine
grandchildren and three great-
rrniiirhii Cordon Kun. r:ii Home Tuesday with
Interment In Mi. Keho cemetery.
Tlir family is observing shlva at the
home ,,i" laadon Coulton, 14'ji sw
17th Tor.
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Sophie, M, of 820 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, paaaed away
Friday, July IB, IMt. sin- had made
hi home in Miami for the paat if
oouifna bare from Beaufort,
sc" Mrs Robins' preaance was felt
in local Jewish lif'. aj wall an In
x.iimist affairs Bhi had an active
intinst In Israel, having bean afflll-
ated in Zionist organlaatloas from
Idhood in Poland Shi made
several trips t Israel .in.I wns hii
mi mhcr < Mt. Scopus irnup
ol Hadaasah, < lolda Melr < 'hapter
I Pioni VTi in. a. thi Hlstadrut,
.ml Farbaad She also a'orked for
Hi. j.-is|i Home f"r the \cel\.
.Mr- [lohhlns is survived l.y :,
Nathan and l.e..n Levitt o<
>i \V i'Ii.i m I ,\ ii i ,.r Ma.on,
'." ik ... Hen Levitt of UuffiUo, .\.
,,n.i Myron Levitt of Plalnview,
N V .! d.iuahler Mrs I... Krirk of
Vtlnnta, fleorgta: .1 brother Charles
_/..ir ef sun Jose, California: 17
lii.ii.n. and great
children. Bai *1< *s wen heW Sunday,
p m ai Gordon Funeral Home,
in.-lit in mi. Sinai '. m. -
IN THE COUN1 Y JUDGE'S COURT
I NAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83930
In UK: Estate of
SA.MI'I',1, M SITOMKR
I )<. -ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims ..r Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.iuir-
.1 to present any rlalnis ..ml demands
wlij.ii you may hnvi aKiiinsl the es-
tate of SAMUEL M SITOMER de-
ceased late of 1 >.i.i.- County, Florida,
to the fount) Judges of li.nl. County.
and file the same in dupllcnti and as
provided Section ;;::.!.; Florida
Statutes, in their offlics in th. Count*
Court hou*. It |i,.l. County, Florida,
''"" si\ calendar months from tin
time ..r thi first publication h n of,
or the cam. \, ill hi hat red
Dated at Miami, KU rlda, 1 in- ;'.
ilav Of .III! v \ I l!".!'
s 1" lit' iTin SITOMER
As Executrix
First publication of ibis notice "ii
thi SSlh day ( July l!9
.\i:r.i itt \\i> 11:1 MKE8
Attorneys for Kxe. utrix
I.1'. LI in nin I ul
Miami li. ach. Florida
: 1-s-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84312
In RE: Kstat. ol
JOSEPH (H'KKrXrrBC
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Utii
iiiK I'hiims or Demands Against Saul
Estnti-:
Vou are haveny notlflaH and r.-.iuir-
ad to praaaaJ any claims uiid damandi
which intt may have against the es-
tate ol JOSEPH tiCRFINKEL deceas-
ed laio of iwdo Coanty, Florida, to the
Count}' Judges of Dade Cotntty, and
. fill- tl>M same in duplicate and ;is
provided in S. ition T^S.lii. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
! Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
j within -ix calendar months from the
1 tlm of the first puhlli :ition hereof, or
the same will be barred.
1 hi ted nt Miami, Florida, this ^':t day
Of July. A.l>. I6fl
HOKEiil Itl'INKICL
As Administratrix
First pulilieation of this notice on
the -."'th day of July, ltt.
Itll'H Altl) a Cltl .s.<
Attorney for ...Iministvatrlx
'!.". U:.....Ill Road
Minnii llcadi, Florida
7 jsa 1 ---ir.
FLORIDA
ORNAMENTAt
IRON
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SPECIALISTS
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HIAliAH
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CUSTOM STORE FIXTURES
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Now you con know the cause of---------
ALCOHOLISM
** a breakthrough of the century
** at last facts millions seek
Introducing to the Metro Miami area
THE FOUR DIMENSIONAL KEY TO
THE CAUSE OF ALCOHOLISM
July 27-30 at 7:30PM.
SP'H
with Ernest H. J. Steed, f *ec
Dir. of the International Com-
minion lor the Prevention ol
Alcoholitm, L. A. Senseman,
M.D.. President el the Com-
miision. end ieie nel of Hioleah Hospital.
Call Hioleah Hospital NOW at 696-8000 Exten-
sion 3267 for a FREE reservation to this timely se-
ries. July 27-30. In th* Medical Education Audi-
torium at 750 E. 25th St., Hialeah.
When calling, please mention that you saw this service 1
offered in the Jewish Floridian.
<
Preseored by Hialeah Hospital as a service to
goodhaaltb.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORir. iN PROBATE
No. 81490-B
In RE: FMati-oi
I'.W'lli ItEll .\: IDDl.ETl IN
I H-ccsiwd
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is HEHEHY Riven that I
have fill .1 KIiiaI li. i'i 1 nnd Pi
for IMslrlliutlnn and Rinitl Dlsi'l
i.-- Administratrix "t ihe utate I
I'AVM. 1:1:111 MIPDI.ETON, det-eas-
'i nnd that on the 13th day of Aug-
ust, it",1', will apply 10 ih< Honorable
County .iu.lc.-s of Dade County,
Klorida, for approval if *ni.l Klnal
Iteporl and for distribution 11 ml final
dixrharKe 11s \dministratrix of the
estau Mi. ; 1 o.\, ..lam. .1 di .-ii. 111.
i'l l- ditj 111 .luiv I'.".'-
DIANE .-:\i;i:k im \xecki
DAVlIi Tin;. 'i ire REIUi, ESQ.
\ 1 tornt v'
I..-, 1 tade FVdernl BMu
Elorblit,
i-i: 1111
: 2.1
LEGAL NOltCE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
*m MV^-SBo*ACT,ON
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY BI'ROOS,
Plaintiff,
va.
KORMA BtTROOS,
I i.if miaul.
Ti 1: Ndlt.MA BUR0O8
Residence I 'nknoun
You. MH'.MA Bl'ROOS, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for liivoro. has i" .1 filed against
you. and you are reqah'ad to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
tin- Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, uw OFFICES OP .max
p. i:\i;ki.. Kuite \"-<\, 1400 n w.
Huh Avenue. Miami. Phirida, :'.T!'-::n
ami fib', the original Answer or Plead-
ing in Ihe office of Ihe Clerk of the
'ir.uii Court on or before the 22nd
day of Aogust, 1989, If you fail to <1"
so. iu.lcinont by ib-fault will bi taken
against y..u for the relief demanded
in the Bill or comnliUnt.
This noUee shall be published ......
a' li week for four consecutive .,ks
in THE JEWISH PIjORITJIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami
Florida, ibis isth day of July \ |.
I9U9
B. B. 1 EATHElt.MAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade Count 1 Plorida
By: M WlGCERlTE KENT
1 tenuty Clerk
fCircuh Court s. al)
LAW 11 KKH "ES 1 >K
max P, i:\i;i:i.
Suite 17-0 Cf-ntn Ib.u-
M"" x \v inih Avenue
Miami, Plorida
".'-'-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
* Case No. 69-10732
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T.AIIllA A Al.l.KX
Plaintiff,
CAjtf&A*f^feW "
I if I.-11.lam
vnr, CHARLES Al.l.EX. reeblei
unknown, are requirt il to serve 1
of yur Answer to the Cumplaliit f.
Divorce on david U. oon*H.m
Attorney for PlainUff, 14:>7 X.l\ 7
Street, -Miami. Plorida, SS12S, alid fi
Ihe original Answer In thi oftlci
the dark of th. circuit Court on e
before 1I1. 1st day of Aukusi. 1969
a Default will be entered iigolaai r<
RATED this Wth -lay ol June, IPS .
(i 'Ircuii Court s. an
K. H. I-EA THERM AN
Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County, i"i"i Ida
By: MAROrERTTE KENT
Deputy Clerk
7 41-1 I- I o .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERESY HIVES th -
Ihe uihI. rslgned, desiring to engage
I buslncsh under the fbiiifus nam.
ALL AMBRICAN BlTILDINO IIA1.N-
TBNANCE ('Ml'ANY at RIM s\
!'7ili Avenue. Miami 18165 Intends
register said name with the Clerk t
(he Circuit Court of Dade Counl
Plorida
SEVMOTR HINKE8
Sole nviier
7 l-ll-l>-."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring <.' etigagi in
business under lbs fictitioux name ol
lfSBPH ASSOCIATES al iin Wcsl
"Is: Street, Miami Beach, Florida
-"I to res ter nald name m i'Ii ihi
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Plot Ida
UIMPELi iRIMI-\Nn
l'llll IP KEl.I.Elt
OIMPELOIHMLAND, TKI'STEE
1 "RISTi >L nnd Ri ISE
\ 1 tor;,, ys for
li >SEPH ASS" l 'I.ATES
21 Northeast Pli-sl Avenue
I
7 4 II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8033J-B
IN HE Rstati 1 1"
li \ 1 K
1- -.1-..:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'i i'I'ICK 1- hi n by g\\. 11 thnt 1
have filed mj PI .1! iie|iort nnd Pel
lion for rHstributbm snd Final Rli
hargi .. Executor of the estatt "i
II'.M v COOK ami that on the L'.'tii day
of August, i!'>;<. v\ ill apply i" the
Honorable County Judge*, ol Dade I
County. Plorida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
.-.* rate of tbe above-named decedent.
This l.'.th day "t July, 1?S9.
WAI.UCK \. MABR,
Executor of the Estate of
Ht.viA c. ink'. Deceased
WAI.IJVCK N. MAER
Attorney
4".'. Blscayne Huildinc
Miami, Plorida 33ISO
7 IS-jr. v 1-8
NOTICE OF
ASSUMPTION OF DEBTS
a--1 I'V p lt : .
Florid: tuiet wet Ion
\\ Ibl .1 II, .....: '-; ami,
Klnrti eiilln
Thi Wiblsl.b Mira.b
Mile, 1 n Plot th.
ii- l' il hi .lu'v 9. I9 and thai
>\ 1 umed all 11. fhi nl
said -.11. 1
s A TRVSTINO PI \CE. IXC
1 il S VV Si in Strei i
Mint I'l- Ida
7 Ha S 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84393
In RB: Estate of
MIRIAM H HOLMES
Di ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II.iv
' ing claims or Demands Against Said
BKtatt
Vou are herebj notified ami requir-
ed to present any claims and St-
1 mantis whirli you may li:i\- aaalnsl
the tate ol MIRIAM II IP ILMES
i deceased late ol Dade County. Plorida,
to the Count! .Ju'lf' s of Dade County.
and file the sami in duplli ate and as
p v di -I In Section "33 16, Florida
In their ofl:>- in Mo 1 '' u 13
Courthouse in Dad. County, Klorida.
within -i\ ralendar months from Ihe
ol ihe first publics lion hi
01 ihe me i' ill i" arri Hated nl %| laml Florida, this 21
luly, AD. 1
H1CHARD P !!' H.MES
\- .
pubiicntio
thi v of Jul
M m:\ m FABER
Attorn. -" -. 1
1012 A Hull
.2, FI01 i'la
7 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8418S
In RE; Kstat. of
CHARLESPEARLMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified an ..1 10 present any claim* and demand*
whi.-h you may have agalnal the as-
late of CHARLES PEARLMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to th. County Judges of Dade County,
and file the sam- In dupllcati and ai
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In thi County
Courthouse in li'-.i. County, Florida,
within .-i\ calendar months from the
1 in. ol Ihe firs: publication hereof,
or the -am.- \> ill be barred,
Duf. rl nl .\i iml, Flot Id i, 1I1
of July IMS
BVEI.TN PE MM MAN
A- Executrix
Pli publi. 1 ^-it of this '!" i.-e on
th. ::,.ii a.v .1 Jul) 19W
JOSEPH sell.Ml 1:1:
Attorni v for
EVELYN PK.ARI..MAN.
Administratrix
(OS l.iiicobi Road.
.Miami Beach, Plorida
7 2i kVl-S-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.* undcrsign.-d, deslrhue to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE WILLIAM MARCC8 AOENCY
:.i 1830 S.W. ISO Terrace, .Miami.
Florida im.ml- to ri^gister said nam.
with Hi- clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
. WILLIAM H. MAlters
MORTIMER PRIED
AtloriK-j for
Till: WILLIAM .MARCI'S AOENCT
7 _:. v 1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12216
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANA l.i IPRDE8 VKKA.
Plaintiff,
\>
SEIUiH > ERNEST VERA,
11,-1. mlaiit.
Th SERUIO ERNEST VKKA
Mrs Anna Rej 1 R
117'i Xostrand Avenue
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You, SBROIO ERNEST VERA, in
hi reby nolififd that a Hill ..:
for I lii on < 'as bei n filed
against you, and you are required to
Hcrvi a "i'> < : your Answer or r
inn 10 Ho- Bill "t Complaint on ihe
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mill lij default ill lie
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Th shall hi on li hed once
ceek for four conHii'utlvi cek>
in THE JEM ISH I'M iRIDI i N
HONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Plorida, ibis :.,il da) of July AH
|9i I
1-7 R LEATHBRMAX, CI. rk
Circuit Court, Da> County, Florida
By: \ A new 1: ri'
I '.iniiy 1 'l.-rk
(Circuit Court Beall
LESTER R4IQERS, ESQ
'a'. \ VV. I I'b Stn 1
Miami, Florida 33136
Attorn, \ for Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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.i HIS M IIARCIA,
Plaintiff
vs
MERCEDES FABREGA GARCIA,
Defendant.
To MERCEDESFABRECA
ilARl 'I A
--'""7 Mi > fi- SI reel
Torr.ni ,-. Califor: .'
You. MERCEDES FABREOA <".M:
CIA, .- n hi reby notified that a !'
Coiiiolaiiii for Divorce ba- lieel
ai;aiii>: you, and you are requlri
opy of 3 our Answ .-1 nr i
Ilia the Bill of Complaint m
Homey IRWIX H CHRIS
TIE, -- VV. Kt 1 -
FI01 il. the origl il An v
or 1 ,1 ol the CI.
of tin Circuit Court "ti or befoi 1 1
';-li da) ol Autu.-i. lC!i I: you
i" .1- .-... judirmenl by default all
taken acain-i 3 -u for Ihe n III I
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
Tins notice -iiail he puhl nhed
euch week for four ...--..-u .\.- wci
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
1 INK AND 1 iRDERED ai Mian
Florida, il joilt day of June A
"'-
E 1: I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
1 'In u url I ladi 1 'ounlj. Florid
B] c p COPEI-AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
IRWIX n, CHRISTIE, ESQ.
:". West I'lni-'ler Street
.Miami. Plorida
] Attorn, y for Plaintiff
7 l-U-18-2.-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84065
In RE: INtat. of '
NATHAN JATKOFP, t
Deceaned. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an.l All Persons
Having claims 01 Demands
Against s.iiii Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requlr.
j 10 present any claims and d.-m 1
which you may have against th. > -
tati of natiian JATKOFP, deceasi
late ol Dade County, Florida, lo th
Count) Judges "t" Dade County, ui
file the same In duplicate nnd aa pr. -
j vided In Section 733.16, Florbla Stat-
utes, in their offices in the C<>uni '
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid:
witbin six calendar month* froni 11
lime of the Oral publication hereo
or thi same W ill be barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this .1" .1
of June, \ D. IM*.
FRIEDA JATKOFF
\s Executrix
!' pull;, nl ion .'' ibis noii, .
Ihe lib day of July, 1069
I I'. IN A EPSTEIN
aitorni v for i-Niaie
Rd
Mi;.ml Beai h, I'l.i.
7 1-11 -1 v
NOTlCt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-10926
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
II I \ ': UON ZALEZ,
Plaintiff
V
PR xNcisc it QONZALEZ,
1 fi ndanl
Th FRANCISCO 11 GONZALEZ
. Florida
Elisabeth, New Jersey
v. u. FRANCISCO It. GONZALEZ
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce lias been file
against you, and you are required t
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead1*
ing i" Ihe Bill of Complaint on th
Plaintiff's attorney. DUNN ANT'
JOHNSON, iir. Blscayne Huildim:
Miami. Florida J.liaa and file tli
oriRinal Answer or Pleading In th
office of the clerk of the Circul
Court on or before the nth day of
VujrURt. I960. Il" you fail to up
iu.lemer' by default will be lakt
agains' you for the relief demanded
in iii.- Rill nl Complaint
This notice shall be published 0
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, 11 is 30th ilay of June A P.
., .
1: 13 1.i:\thkr.\ian. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Count). Klorida
By: c. i. COPELAND
11. duty clerk J
(Circuit Courl Seal)
DCNN AND .11 iHNSON
416 Rlscayne Huildina
Miami Florida 33186
At torn.-vs f...r Plaintiff
7,4-11-18-25


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Friday, July 25, 199
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29
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GOOD THRU TUES., JULY 29
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., JULY 26
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
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Chunk Light Tuna can'
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Liquid Dish Detergent 3 BT!S
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Chicken Chow Mem or Beef Chop Suey
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LARGE PEACHES 3 59
CALIF. NECTARINES K? 39
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Turkey Roll ah white meat ib 9o
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Master's Sour Cream cup 39c
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Aged Swiss Cheese pkg 49
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PLASTIC STRIPS
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