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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 1, 1969

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 1, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02113

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"dewish Floridian
Volume 42 Number 3]
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, August 1, 1969
Egyptian Jews Still In Prison
. WASHINGTON, (JTA)-The numbei ol Egyptian Jews
till hold m prison In that counlry has dwindled to about 90-
lcss than half the number imprisoned without charges five
months ago, the Washington Post reported from Cairo yester-
day. Corn sf undent William Tuohy of the Los Angeles Times-
Washington Post news service ejuotid an "official source at the
Cairo rabbinate" as the source of his information.
The newsman said that five months *go Grand Rabbi Haim
Douik airi he believed 225 Jews were still incarcerated in
Tourah Prison between Cairo and the suburb of Helwan to the
north. During the Six-Day War, an estimated BOO-703. mostly
family heads, v.. re rounded up and jaUed on unspecified
"security'- charges Mr. Tiiohy said.
The rabbinate official interviewed said the 90 Jews still
held a:c a Egyptian citizens. He was also reported as saying
that the:. r. re still 1,000 to 3.200 Jews left in Egypt of'the
80.OT0 who h\ed th.-:c 20 y ars ago. Most ot them live in Cairo
and environs. ;nl in Ale-xarKV-ia.
Rabbi De.uek has applied lei an exit permit. Mr. Tuohy
reported, but has not yet received an answer from Egyptian
Bthcniiis. ihe Government decides who can leave. If they
decide .-. -! you. you de/r/t ret n reply. As to what goes into
their rlfci ion, 1 j;ist can't answi '< was Quoted as saying.
The correspondent als quoted Rabbi Douek as saying that
the kyi -age ryi ys no animosity toward Egyptian
Jews There ,.:t very v< > few enti-S?mitic fanatics." he was
quoti-u as saying, Onlj eh 25 pa rei attend Friday and Satur-
day >--:\.;. Mr. To./-. : ,. big ,. : "official uree" as
ayi.-.L. ];-. t: ... i '.. rtagogu< ... crowded but no longer,
**<>s; .._.. | ,.,.. ,,.,,,. | thi,
peoq.
Twc Sections Price 20c
AIR ATTACKS BY BOTH SIDES
Suez Canal War Rages On


ochubievsky Victim Of
ameup, Article Suggests
WJSHTNC3 ; N IJTAJ /
artiele :n a. : -
iication i i -' .
suggests that .
up was the I as is of thi
onment oi Boi --..
the 33-..' ar-i id Ki> \ Ji v
gineer l I v. .- : I :;.;:;
term r
of slani'i r:., the Soviet si
and gov ...': t. according P a
Washin^;..:i
H. EstaDrook. its I : iti :. -
tions corn si .;. t i ite-d :-
rial assi mbi' d by rr Acadei
Commiti' on Si \ I .! wi y w id-'.m
had p|x'f'.!<-i'. '' t .'(.mrnu-
nist Party L ader Leonid Brezh-
nev to uihan tin i iigiru
his wife to g< t< Israel befori
news renehi ii N v. York of the
engineer's tiial and con..
Arrested last December afti
he and his nor.-Jewish wif I
been pronus.d mi:- is- ;. g. :(
C5
May 99.
i I ... ... govern-
. d the
'.'. red in the
Ergn a tion Khro-
i ; 'of I res ondi nt re-
porter Some ol tion's
.- per-
tition to the
CentlnuifC on Page 7-A
Agror. s Contrition Improves
JLRUSAXJ M .. FAi The
I it on of :' ol Laun it
S. was hospital-
lied eat tier this month was re-
: : i y hos| iti (fficials to be
ovinj i'. this wi i k.
'I 8 -yi ar-oli author, who for
a Um< Buffered .:i tial paralysis
is new receiving physiotherapy.
ardic Chiel Kabbi Yitzhak
N ssim visited him tiiis week.
TEL AVIV. (JTA1 The
Sui z Canal air war. which en-
tered a new phase a week ago
with th Israeli occupation of
Egyptian-held Green Island, con-
tinued to rage as Israeli pilots
pressed their bombing and straf-
ing attacks on enemy ground
positic '.s. Egyptian p'.atvs mads
another strike in the Israeli-h >H
Sinai, wounding seven soldiers,
one seriously, in a bombing raid.
Israel did n'>t report any chal-
lenges in the air.
Israel warplanes delivered a
!)0-minute assault against Egyp-
tian artillery emplacements di-
recting their bombs between
Qantara and the areas around
PortTewfik and Ismailia. Israeli
jets bombed and strafed artillery
positions between Qantara and
Port Said, a military spokes-
man said.
All plane-; returned safely to
base in both iterations, a mili-
tary communique said. Egypt
claimed it shot down a tot ol
six planes, illege lly bringing to
3 i the ii :mh r [sr leli air-
< rafl I le I it the isl month,
I : irts two were
i ist in ictloii rlier this heek
i "ji nbing
us at th? Ca
the : il ';. : 7
-.
i 12 fighters and
i md ha suffe I hi i y
1 i--'.' 'W i-'i i s I : I
Israel n p irts :- lei r -
rti I se\ en and two
eaths >f s rtdii rs as a m -tilt of
ttle th ground lasl we 'k-
end Egyptian fighter planes
went alofl S iti rday bul did not
e :- li ircraft, a mili-
tary spokes nan said here.
Th I : aeli an? ending their
jets .i gainst '.' ryptian p >;i;i >"s
as :. tactical ve to n >uti alize
let y i nd ithi r positions and
bs a strategic effort to stymie
any large scale operation, pos-
sibly crossing of the Canal,
that K ;yp( might in' pi inning.
!, other action, Israeli jets
; icted air strikes against
Jordanian Arm) positions. Arab
gu< rrillas b'.i w up a power line
at the Nahal Oz settlement
which carried electricity to Gaza
("it\ Israeli and Jordanian for-
cos fought a tank and machine-
gun battle south of the Sea of
Galilee. A number of Katyusha
rockets were fired at the Yard-
ena settlement in the Beisan
Valley, slightly injuring a girl.
Fire from a recoilless rifle was
opened from a Syrian position
against Israelis on the Golan
Heights. There were no Israeli
casualties reported.
An Arab saboteur was killed
in a clash with an Israi li unit
near Umm Sidra pass on the
Jordan River. There were no
casualties among the Israeli
troops. A tractor driver was in-
jured slightly when his tractor
hit a mine near Neve Urr in the
Beisan Valley. Officials also re-
ported that a small bomb explod-
ed this morning in the Jezreel
Valley near a small air strip
USf 1 for farm-spraying planes.
The bomb was hidden near the
offices of the company which
operates the planes. The Mast
caused neither damages nor
c isualties.
A military spokesman re;x>rts
that tl nev "actiw defense"
id. ng t. Car*', has generated a
number of problem* for the
Egyptian forces, among them
growing desertion by soldiers.
The latest Egyptian sir attack
was seen as a morale-boosting
.....sure.
Lt. Gen. K?..m Bar-Lev, the
Chi( f of Stiff, said in an
interview on the Army radio
station that -ho now tactics were
aimed at teaching Um Egyptians
that they were far from ready
for war and tc increase pressure
rn them in order to bring about
s reduction in tension. Last
week's military op< rations, he
said, were cles-.gp.e-d to show the
Egyptians that "their activity
ix is costing I arly and
wi .. '.... i I lost them
dearly." Di.-;. iti : shooting
down i o Isra aircraft,
I s beei 'i rmj rovement
in tin >:-, i Ail F <. e, Gen.
Bar-I-ev i
Israeli Shell Kills I. \.
Truce Observer Officer
UNITED NATIONS I
Vi. officer in tin United N
!': ice Supi rvision Ori i
in the Midi asl was killed S i
day by an Israeli art illerj sin-11
near Port Tewfik, a UN sp
man said. He was identif
Maji B. Roland Dane. ."7. i I
s v eden.
The UN spokesman said t I
the offic '. was reported to havi
been killed while at "Obsi
tion I'.'si Mike," the cod''
for his position on tin w< -
side of the Canal. Secretary-
General U Thant was awaiting
fui thi i infoi ma tion i efi re mak-
ing a statement, he said, Thi
death was the first of a truce
team obsi rver, altl ough a.....i
have been reported sustain
several during the ongoing fight-
ing.. Mr. Thant recently threat-
ened to remove the observers 11 -
cause of the dangers they faced.
There are iHi-i'5 observers at the
Canal from 15 countries, includ-
K..
.
-
S w
' iovi nmi i.t
- : ''. p me was
Israe. sbi
- post
-v o ittempt-
His b -iy was
: where
hr n .ire

Anti-Israel Propaganda Sent Washington Officials
washing:' n (JTai --
Packets ioi.tai.:ii v .
propagain.a !.,..- :.; :
members of ( t :-.j -- tni s '
Depart."-. :it i.nu s< i s- nators,
among thim .'oui members of
the For- ^:. 1. ':.'
tee, by C'-< K;;.bassy of K
here. Tin ..'.' '. i '
Beirut, l> .anon, we:- :;.
somely i-aeKupd v i
plastic via'i-r (.......:;,'-.f: a
Beirut i* + :
Recipi-nts cl the l.t-rature
have incioiiMi Son. J. W. Ful-
(D-Aik. i, Foreign Reia-
?f>mmlttee chairman: Se'n.
D. Aiken (R-Vt.), Sen.
Stuart Synungtor, iD-A".o i, and
Sen. Jacob K. Javils, (K-N.Y.i,
known lor his a:dent pm-lsrae I
position.
packet contains a large
re entil "The Arabs
11 Israeli ( u] ation" and
is attributed t i.:e- Arab Wom-
ateri ationi I I ..t tee. It
as .-.. id to ha '- n de livered
: Fti i'io ference on
; !, ;".'. i,i iiut last De'-
ber.
... o nts charge
thai Isra 'li offii ials v-n^ guilty
istreating ] risoners of war,
torture, forcible deportation
ol Arab residents, and mistreat-
ent of refugees. The packet
a t.o contains a number of book-
l< U and pamphlets with the
gi 'al theme that the founding
arid continued existence of Israel
have been illegal.
Several booklets were pub-
lished by the Institute of Pales-
tine Studies, which is headed by
Lebanon's President, Charles
Helou. Other pamphlets contain
the imprint of the University
Christian Center Forum, Beirut.
They include: "Is the Old Testa-
ment Zionist?" and "Some His-
ti rical Aspects ol thi Clash Be-
twe n Zionism and Arab Nation-
alism." Thi re is als i a question-
answer booklet distributed by
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
sation Research ('enter in Bei-
rut, which accuses Israel of ag-
gression, political assassination
ami harassment ol U.N. truce
obsei vers, TIk re is also a re-
print of an article by I. F. Stone.
the American journalist, which
appeared in August, 1907, in the
New York Review of Books, dis-
cussing approaches to Arab-
Israeli problems.
A spokesman for the Kuwaiti
Embassy said that his govern-
ment had sent the material for
distribution here. "Cine point ol
vii w has bun put fonward i .
the United States) for thi asl
20 years. 'I his : iati rial wi i i
distributing gives the Aral I
of view," he' said. Thi protocol
office of tin' state Department
said that foreign embassies an
not permitted to lobby In
gress ii their efforts an directed
at specific legislation. But
there is an attempt to gi
eral viewpoint across, it is al-
lowed unless the material is
scurrilous or highly offensive to
U.S. legislators.
"If (the literature! was ter-
ribly objectionable or obnoxious,
or if it was so bad the othe r side
objected, we would talk to the
Embassy and try to get them to
stop or to tone (it) down," the
official said.
Nixon Aide And
Mi>. Meir Confer
IV TTA Leonard
Pri -...- nt Rich-
M Nixon's i as left
Israel aftei i five- visit dur-
t with Premier
v ii Di | ity Premii r
Yigal Alii : Fl : Ign Minister
: : i an and Defi ns Minister
Mos Dayat
Al his li. ai fri m Lydda
port ihed his > isit as
a "good will trie." t it he re-
It rati i r to answer
newsmen's questions. Foreign
M nistrj officials treated the"
visit casui ut it was sug-
gested 1 sources that
thi visil ii with
preparal Mrs Meir's
ti Wash! Sept, 21S-26.
It was assv thai Mr. Gar-
mi it. a met f Pn sldi nt
ild re-
port t I "ii his
visil
IN THIS ISSUE .
Alicp 4. A
Bar Mltzvh ":b
Canfli*li^t '( A
Cchen <-A
Dining 14-A
Engagcn'ts 8-9B
Cbituarie* "B
P'plc-Plaec* 7-B
^il Eftate fB
6i rmen 10-A
5 ; (-routs 10-A
Torah 10-A
TV ......... 10-A
WeflOingi 8-9B
Woman-Wk 8 B
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Pace 2-A
f'Jenisi' fhrkMan
Friday, Aucust 1, 1969

Joseph H Kanter Appointed To Head
Miami Delegation To UJA Study Mission
Just ph H. Kanter oi Miami
Beach has agreed t" serve as
rman of the Miami delegation
to the United Jewish Appeal's
l h-level 1st ai I Study Mission in
October.
Mr. Kanior accepted the ap-
pointment from the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the Greater Miami
Jew ish Federation to coordinate
the Miami section of the Mission.
The entire group will include 400
h j Jewish community leaders
h throughout the country.
It was disclosed that Miami has
ton allotted places for JO couples
to participate in the most im-
portant mission to be held during
]y69-T0. where group and private
I ividual meetings will be held
with Iswn l's Prime Minister Golda
M> ir, Deft nse Minister M
D ... and Chief of Staff Gen.
t -i Bar-Lev, among others.
A founder and form* r chairman
< the National Young Leadership
Cabinet of the UJA, Mr. Kanter is
presently a national chairman of
thai organization and of the Israel
Ei ication Fund, honorary presi-
< t of the American Frii nds of
Tel Aviv University, and a mem-
l r of the Lt aden p Axli isoi y
l i:i of th" Office of Economic
I tunity in SVa Islington, DC.
A man of varied business inter-
ests, Mr. Kanter is chairman of
th board of i.T.I. Corp., and of
E rings Final* lal, a Calil i
I, sa' ings and loan ho
< npany, and is pr sldi nl oi the
Kai ter npanj
i riitj di \ lop-
r rtt apai tm nt i -;i iction and
real stati
Mr. Kanter, who was recently
i -. 'i < d by his hi town ol Tai -
i .;. Ala., as :;- o it citi-
: \. all d that the following
mians have made reservations
JOStPH H. KANTER
for the October Israel Mission Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Adler, Mr.
Mrs. Joseph Handclman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kant< r, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Langsam, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lipton, Mr. and Mis. Leonard
I.uria. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Morgan, VIr,
and Mrs. B< n Novai i<.....d .V
Mrs. P.olx'i-t Russi li.
25 Cadets Graduate
TEL AVIV tJTAl The Tel
Aviv Military Academy gradu-
al d n s first 23 cadets hen this
k Th" itcs will > rve
as officers ;;i the Israeli Ai my
for at I' :-! three yi are. Prime
minister Golda leir | in s< I I
i hx offio i s' i: signia to tin i k-
celling graduates. ] : nsc Min-
ister Mos '. and
Army on : i s also at -
tended th< cen monii s.
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Fridcy. August 1. 1969
fJenisti Mcridlicir
Paqe 3-A
UJA Announces Change In Leaders
NEV; YORK Major chances
Involves the top professional lead-
ership of th> United Jewish Ap-
peal hf.ve been announced by its
general chairman, Kclwanl Gins-
berg, of Cleveland, Ohio. 'These
new appointments within the pro-
fessional structure of the organi-
zation," Mr. Ginsberg said, "em-
phasix- the excellent quality of
executive leadership that the Unit-
ed Jc\ ish Appeal has been known
for since its inception in 1!V.',9. The
Changes and new additions within
HERBERT A. FftffOMAN
the professional framework of the
organization point the way to a
futun of continued progress and
expansion in the service of the
Jewish jH-ople."
Herbert a. Friedman, executive
Vice chairman whose direction of
the L'JA since li*f>5 lias brought
the oi^anization to the forefront
ol work! philanthropic bodies, has
!> en appointed to the position of
executive cliairman.
Irvir.^ Bernstein, assistant exec-
utive idee chairman who has de-
voted bis life to Jewish communal
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affairs for almost a quarter of a
century, has been elevated to the
position ol executive vice chair-
man.
In his new capacity. Mr. Fried-
man will continue to be respon-
sible for the overall policy of the
organization. Mr. Bernstein will be
responsible for operation and ad-
ministration.
Mr. Bernstein joined the UJA in
lOtS as a field representative cov-
ering most of the country. Since
1 then, he has risen through the
ranks of the UJA as director of
West Coast operations and assist-
ant executive vice chairman, cul-
minating with the second highest
position in the national organiza-
tion.
In other significant changes.
Martin Peppercorn, national field
director of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, was named to the new post
of national campaign chairman.
Mr. Peppercorn first Joined the
UJA as a field representative. In
1967, after serving three years as
campaign director for Hie Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and sub-
sequently as associate national
field director for the UJA. he was
ap|MMiit'll national field director.
Marc Tabatchnik. director of re-
Si orcb and development who came
I to the UJA after many years of
! sendee with the Joint Distribution
I CoBuntttee, has been appointed di-
n ctor of systems and personnel
and assistant to the executive vice
chairman.
Peter C'olwin, associate national
field director who joined the UJA
I in 1941 as a field representative,
I and organized and was the first
director ol the UJA Trades and
I Industries Division, has been ap-
; pointed associate national cam-
| paign director.
Krncst N. SpickUr, director of
! the Young Leadership Cabinet
! since its inception in 1963. joined
the UJA in 1946, assuming respon-
sibility for campaigns in the larger
cities. Mr. Spkkler has been ele-
vated to the position of associate
I national campaign director.
H. David W instein. former per-
; tonal assistant to the executive
j vice chairman ami Israel Educa-
tion Fund administrative assistant.
1 has been appointed to the newly
1 created post of director of over-
' seas missions. Mr. Weinstein's po-
sition has been specifically created
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due to an accelerated and expand-
ed program involving a record
number of UJA Missions to the
Jewish State.
Joel Friedman, who comes to
the UJA from Atlanta. Ga.. where
he served the organization as a
field representative, has been
named assistant director of the
Young Leadership Division.
Tiie United Jewish Appeal is the
major Jewish fund-raising organi-
zation in the United States. Since
its inception in 1909. the UJA has
raised more than $2 billion for
humanitarian aid to needy Jews
overseas, and for the transi>orta-
tion and settlement of Jewish im-
migrants going to Israel and other
free lands, it supports the United
Israel Appeal. Inc., which, in turn,
funds the Jewish Agency's pro-
grams for resettlement and ab-
sorption of Jewish Immigrants in
Israel; the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, the major American agen-
cy aiding needy Jews overseas; the
United I lias Service, which pro-
vides for transportation of op-
pressed Jews and for their re-
settlement in free nations other
than Israel, and the New York
Association of New Americans
United Fund Seeks
Volunteers For Its
1969 Campaign
The residential unit of the 1909
United Fund of Dade County is on
the hunt for volunteers to man its
High Rise Apartment campaign,
which gets underway Oct. 26.
Heading up the High Rise Divi-
sion is Frederick Nehibas III. of
Staples-Pierce His section chair-
men are Morris Broad, president
of American Savings and Loan
Association. Miami Beach; W. H.
Stiles, attorney with Smathers and
Thompson; William Logan, attor-
ney with Blackwcll. Walker and
Gray, and George Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Sav-
ings ami Loan. These five men will
coordinate the fund-raising drive
among member buildings of the
High liise Apartment Owners As-
sociation ami among non-member
buildings.
Forty-five local health, welfare,
medical research and character-
building agencies will benefit from
this years United Fund drive. The
overall goal is $5,000,000. the sum
needed to continue services in the
45 member agencies, plus the ad-
dition of four new programs the
; decentralization of agency serv-
ices, the establishment of emer-
! gaacy service centers for 24-hour-
! a-day. 7-day-a-week assistance,
i the provision of day nursery care
I and youth services for the children
(ol migrant workers, and a massive
assist to hard-line drug addicts.
j Volunteers are asked to call
Jack Rudison at the United Fund.
Brooklyn, with close to million
Jews, has the largeM liwi-.ii popu-
lation ol New Vork's live boroughs,
lews come to Brooklyn during th
I7th < entnr.v. although the lirnt
OOOflegation Was not eslultlithed
until mi, Brooklyn has 8*9
Orthodox. M) RaCOMR sni 30 Con-
servative synagogues, an well u
several Sephardlc synagogues anil
yeohlvot. (ITA)
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Volume 42
17 AB 5729
Number 31
Moon Landmarks Bear Jewish Names
Jewish participation in the space program, despite the
eminence of our modern scientists, would not appear to
be a prominent one. But future arrivals on the moon are
likely to hnd themselves in areas named for some great
astronomers and others of the past.
Important landmarks bear names like "Rabbi Levi,"
"Abenezra," "Zagut," "Jakobi," "Beer" "Einstein." and
three members of the distinguished Herschel family have
craters named in their honor.
The science of astronomy owes much to Jewish
scholarship dating back to the early ninth century, and
much of our ancient literature abounds with scientific facts;
our calendar, of course, is lunar-based, and many of our
early prayers were in reverence of it
Priority Investment In Israel
The- myth that Jews are businessmen by nature a
myth which the Zionists tried to lay to reel during the
decades of re-settlement of Palestineis one which Israel's
present-day leadership may perpetuate to their sorrow.
This, at least, is the view of Harvard Professor John
Glover who, with other American academicians, has been
conducting a series of seminars with Israeli government
and business leaders this summer. Priority investment in
Israel should not be in new business enterprises, as has
been urged and encouraged through legislative benefits
and other methods, but in education.
The theme is a familiar one to us of, course, but we
have taken it for granted that the Israel educational system
was meeting the needs of the nation. Not so, according to
Dr. Glover, who points out that education is free and com-
pulsory only through the middle of high school and the re-
sult is not "drop outs" as in America, but "drop offs" be-
cause of financial reasons.
Granting that Israel's present educational levels are
far superior to her immediate neighbors, the fact is that it
is not the Arab countries she has to compete with in the
world markets but with the more highly sophisticated and
educated nations. This requires a greater emphasis on
higher education than 3t present, because it is a myth that
Jews are "business men by nature."
The first impact of the Dado
County School Board's efforts to
meet Federal integration policies
will be felt when students re-
turn to school in a few weeks.
It will be minor in its effects
compared with the full program
required for a year from now
which must be unveiled by next
February.
1 don't believe that most of us
who have been concerned with
(I. segregation of public schools
realize yet all the implications
of the July 1 report of the De-
partment of Health. Education
and Welfare which found the
Datie system in violation of the
Civil Rights Act as applied to
schools. It was a shock even to
those who recognized that much
still had to be done to be made
aware that apparently so little
had been done.
Last week the school board
came up with the first of the
two-step plans required of it by
the directive. And with it came
the realization that what seemed
so desirable in 1964 and became
lawor following the historic
Supreme Court decision exactly
ten years before that, is not
necessarily appropriate for 1909
or 1970.
The bureaucratic minds at
work in Washington and in
downtown Miami have not kept
pace with the aspirations of the
black community, it is obvious
from the directive and from the
first plan. There is a desperate
Tourist Guide For All Mankind
The American Jewish Conaress has produced a unique
booklet for tourists to Europe and Israel. It is a travel guide
to monuments and memorials honoring the six million
victims of the NaeScto Warsaw, Auschwitz, Dachau and
Treblinka. among others. One of them is at Plotzensee
prison In West Berlin which, only recently, was defaced
by the pain! :.: of swastika* ar.d anti-Jewish slogans on it.
In a touching answer to the question of why a vaco-
tioner should go out of his way to visit these p'.aces, the
booklet replies:
"We want only that the visitor standing at the gate
of Dachau or the grave of 3ergen-Belsen recoanize that
he, too, was behind barbed wire; that his own children
were led Lot the gas chamber."
This is not a guide for Jewish travelers; it is for all
mankind
need, it has become quite evi-
dent i "'",1 i") "':' mities to
establish their own priorities,
particularly in the black ghetto
whore the gap between I le plan-
ner and tho* -i for is so
formidable.
This was so evid mt at a m fet-
ing I atended lust a few day;
before the school board's L989
plan was issued that I ga ned a
greater und n | "' '
black community'; ( itrattoM
Nobody w ems to
and the acts >1 | fail >
one can questi in decent
tentions of U*
have no mi aning be-
cause, as one of thebia
men said. "No >n .- d is; no
one asked oar communil
should be done.' "an-
other said "wants to l>- part l
the process."
The thrust >r the black com-
munity todav an i it is subject
to change in a few years, [sup-
pose, as mistakes an1 mad" and
new goals appear -is greater
community control of tn<* educa-
tional process, and rot desegre-
gation per se- If it is a somewhat
more radical approach, it Ls still
not too far from tie Jewish
hope of being able to maintain
some of our own heritage at the
same time that we live together
In the world of our neighbors.
One of HEWS strong criti-
cisms of the system was the as-
signment of teachers; mort of
the Negro faculty teach in pre-
by EDWARD COHEN
dominantly-N.'gro or all-Negro
i i,v 3y next year, the plan
Ls to have a distribution in a
Dad-' County schools that u
meet the present ratio of white
an i black teachers rough.y
B51 t i 15U after inttT.se in-
* : .: training to prepare them
foi Fthnic differences.
Again, bureaucracy gives us
rat ani not understand:
I : irmulas for t-aeher staff-
ing vill not provide better edu-
. v mi for either black or whit'.
a id t i -nion of whit
i rs on sen tola which will if
isitj ave to remain almost
a black can lead to the kind if
mfrontatisn which
t : th New York school ays-
t apart for a number of yeai
M jreover, and it would be dls-
not b) face up to it now.
th kind of training the majority
of black teachers received in tne
past Is not of a quality which
meets th.- needs of better sui-
ts black or white. A rigid
position in this area could lead
to disastrous results.
What I really want to say
here Is that the entire communi-
ty, but especially the blacks,
must be involved in the decision-
making process before the sec-
ond phase of the school board's
plan is developed. We have
learned the hard way that rul-
ings and guidelines from Wash-
ington too often do not mak-
sense and, oftentimes, make
trouble. j
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BONN In Paris, they Still
talk about Gen. de Gaulle's de-
parture and their own domestic
politics. In London, except
among the experts, the main
topics are the prospects of an
early British election and the
peculiar ways of the new Amer-
ican ambassador, Walter Anr.cn-
berg. But here in Bonn, serious
world problems are the main
subjects.
If you have been regularly
coming to Euro|>e ever since the
end of World War II. the re-
versal of roles seems very c iri-
ous. indeed. Until quite recent-
ly, the other European capitals
look."d out upon the work! But
Bonn looked provinc tally in-
ward, ven to the point of treat-
ing the successive Berlin crises
as affairs for Germany's allies
to hand'e. without much Ger-
man assistance
The change, of course no more
?ban reflects the underlying
facts of power, Britain and
France h ive beei falling be-
hind. Germany has been forging
ahead along with j kpan, whose
success few Europe ins have no-
tice!, except the Germans. Out-
side the Comnum it bloc (or ejp
bloc i, in fact, the world now
'- two quite new, very rapidly
nerging big power*. The Ger-
man gross national product for
19S9 should pass $145 billion
The Japanese GNP should be
well above $160 billion. With
hardly more than two-thirds of
the Soviet Union's population,
these two countries, combined,
already produce nearly as much
as the Soviet Union.
Furthermore, the G>rman and
J t pa nose growth rates are far
above the lagging Soviet growth
r Ite, SI well as being well above
the other Western growth rates
Looking down the road in fact
Japan may eventually have an
economk weight fully equal to
the Soviet weight, and Weal
Germany will not ho very far
behind. The dreary economic
tics, In fact, conceal avast
potential change in the whole
world balance of power.
One must still use the words
"potential" and "emerging" in
nee to the new hi'; powers
for i Simple but curious reason
Although lK>th are conscious of
new weight they
are me 1'iiriri :. neither is as yet
ft id) i throw tin- weight about
u i\ ,ir another, of course
their weigh! will ho t1
end When p
" r,t, it is s '< thai
will finally use it somehow
>\\ n purp and in
th{! lermanj c insid-
ito) i i.lvanosaWthan ''-
in of the new
I is still In It '
.i- a mite gauche. Tie turning
points for i lenn iny, one may
were the liraasion of
Czechoslovakia, the last
monetar) crisis and th* decision
to begin Soviet-AraarJean talks
on strategic arms Imitation
(SALT).
In the monetary crMs, the
Germans defiantly ref'-^ed to re-
value the mark, ami th-v made
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1'nltod Nations about human
rights violations in the Soviet
Union, specifically mentioning
the engineer's trial, last May,
The reported entrapment oc-
curred at a memorial ceremony
last September at Babl Yar. th-
ravine outside Kiev where the
N'.i/is killed 100,000 J.-.vs. The
official speaki is did not men-
tion the fact that virtually ail
th.' victims of the Babl Yar mas-
sacre were Jews but did de-
nounce Israel. According to the
Underground publication, the en-
gineer was approached by an
Acquaintance who reported over-
stating a conversation in which
a woman n marked that th.'
Nazis had killed ioo.i*>o Jews
and a man nearby had replied,
[Not enough."
The angered engineer is said
to have told his acquaintance
that Russians would naturally
talk in that way when official
neechea denounced IsbmU ag-
gression" ar.d ignored the fact
that most of the Babi Yar vic-
tims had bet-n J>ws. in an argu-
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vocateur, according to the Khro-
nika report, th" engineer assert-
ed that the Jews had been killed
for being Jews.
According to Mi-. Estabrook,
Mr. Kochubicvsky's troubles
with ihe government began in
June. 1967 when he arose at a
mei ting at he radio factory
where he worked to defend Is-
rael, which had been charged
with "aggn ssion" by a lecturer.
Censured by his union, he quit
his job in May, 1968 ami applied
to go to Israel with his new
Wifi P. emits Wl re initially re-
fused on grounds that he Soviet
Union had no diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel and that his
wife woull be leaving her "old
parents," the Post reported. On
.Now 28, the engineer was In-
formed that exit permits had
been approved for him and his
wifi'. but on the same day their
apartment was searched and on
Dee. 7 he was arrested on
charges of slandering the Soviet
state.
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persuade the engineer's wife to
divorre him. telling her that she
"had a gill friend who is mar-
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* Jen is* fkridiatr
Friday. August 1. 1969
a
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Remember Moses Urges
B) KAHBI MORRIS A. KIPPKK
Temple Imlea. Coral Qatttee
One of the most lignifkanl Vorah
portions of the entire year, "Kka\"
i: corporates Chapter 7. Wisp 12.
to Chapter li. Verse 25, of the
I ><>k of Deuteronomy.
Typica
is that the es-
sence of Juda-
ism is inter-
mingled w i t h
t h o halachah.
This is the nay
it should be, for
the uniqueness
of Judaism is
practice and not
theory. Thus.
the specific
codes and prac-
tices are Inter-
i: ingled with the very essence of
1I' theoretical discussion of Juda-
Rabbi Kipper
soothing rays, that kind of [>crson
takes all of that Godly blessing
for granted, not remembering boa
dismal it was when it rained. Rut
one who clearly and lucidly re-
calls the yesterday of gloom and
black clouds wakes up to that clear
blue sky and cannot help thanking
1 of the ',Gm^ '"' s,lcn a S'orious blessing.
Indeed the men of the Talmud
were moved similarly by this To-
rah poition and saw in the phrase
,i Deut S:10. "When you have
eaten your fill give thanks to the
Lord your God for the cood land
which he has given you," a basis
u|kih which to construct the Grace
ifti r meals. Bach time we partake
Oi food we should be thankful and
express our gratitude to God. So
preoccupied were tin- Rabbis of the
Talmud and later philosophers
with this message of gratitude and
historical perspective that many
treatises had Ixh-ii written around
r^cliqioHS 4^4
ervices
everything is entrusted to him."
Typically, a young i>crson is un-
aware of history and thus rejects
the |st he does not know. No one
likes the unfamiliar. To be sure.
many Jewish patents are guilty of
sheltering their children from the
darker moments of our past. Not
having perspective then, they can-
not be grateful for what they have
today, and therefore feel no pride
and no sense of gratitude. fii-
accustomed to thanking God. why
should such a child be thankful to
his parents or his past? He who
remembers yesterday's storms will
Ik surprised and delighted at to-
| day's wonders. And. it his memory
Is vivid enough, he will be moved
to thank the Source of all Crea-
tion.
Too many of our college youth
1 summarily reject the older genera-
tion as not understanding them. I
, should like to submit that the
' younger generation, so willing to
1 flippantly condemn, does not cm n
begin to comprehend the genera-
j tions of the past. It has ticen said.
: "Men who forget history are con-
Idemned to repeat the mistakes Of I ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
St. Con*rv*tive. Rbt>i Avrom L. MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2S3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3 I
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi So! Landau. ,
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4'
[.',-,,i:,\ ,, > nrria) a nl Tin- :
Ti .ill -" Minolta SO p m
BETH
dox.
EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N E. Miami Gardens Drive Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlmsky
Cantor Tibor Mouse. 3J
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lin
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
----------
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 31
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Modern Traditional. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Ave.
Max
6
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
Temporary office, 18801 NE 2?nd Av*
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. 37
8:13 p in s. r. Ire unclu* a li
l iv Stanford i: r.-.t,. i
Topic: "I > ? ii"- End .lie II ) the
M,...,- A <,"-. r\ atlvi View-
point Satnrda) l":"" am.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18^51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 3d
ism. To hammer home the point of this Torah iwtion. It seems to be
tiiis Torah poition after eliciting
many requirements and legalistic
inJunctidBS Moses is alleged to say.
"And now, O Israel, what is it
tliat the Lord your God demands
to revere the
oi you" It is
your God. to walk only in His to the fact that God docs not need
paths, io love Him and to serve our gratitude; we need to express
Ihe Lord your God with all your our gratitude to
j the |>ast." In our obsession to be-
come modern, we have indeed fail-
ed to transmit the past to our
I children, and thus the mistakes of
Is not one of the questions that I history are destined to be related.
we often ask. "Why should I Judaism asked of parents that
thank God?", and again the Rabbis t|.y provide a Jewish home for
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11 Rabbi Naftali Porush.
S
so relevant to us in contemporary
limes.
I
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. S737 ,
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12 1
CORAL GAIlfS
Lord considered this question pointing t,K.jr or,iltli-ti- In that home would
be practices and observances of
remembrance and practices and
observances of thankfulness and
maintain that
! sense of thankfulness to the Al-
mighty Creator. In fact. Nachmn-
nides (ll*H-ll>70i purs it this way:
"God does not require of thee any-
| thing which is for His good, but
| only for yours .*'
From this discussion of historical
l-erspcctivc which k-ads to gratt-
1 tude. came the total question of
free will. In tin- tractate Berachot
heart ;nd soul." (Deut. 10:12).
More specifically, Moses is pre-
paring the people Israel to enter
the Promised Land. He knows that
thi next few generations will en-
Joj victory and prosperity. He
1 ars now that the people will for-
_- t the past and urges that they
! member. Over and over again,
Moses urges, "Remember, never
fi rgct." In other words, when you I of the Talmud we find, "All is in
are prosperous, don't forget your the hands of Heaven save the fear
}. imhk beginning. Remember that oi Heaven."
i. wasn't always this wonderful. Maimoni(los (1tt5-l204. explains
Appreciate what you have, there- L, gwn furth,,1. w)u.n ht. wri1,.s
tie. by contrasting it with what .Fl,(. vviu is panted to every man.
you didn't have in the past. u h(. (U.sin.s to follow lhl. KOtH,
History and era tit udo then are I oath and be risrhteOUS. he is free to
OR OLOM (TEMPLE) 8755 SW fStfl
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
| Friday > i m Ras Mttsvah: .Univ.
I itnnetit'r nf rtnMM n">1 Mrs ltnlph
lOlixman. Salunhiy :4S a in
he desires to follow
ory and gratitude then arc j path and be righteous, he is free
one and the same. Without a sense do so. and if he desires to foil
in history, without a consciousness
and awareness of the past, one
cannot fee] grateful. A simplistic
xample would lie the person who
forgets yesterday and remembers
oi ly today. On a day when the sun
l> rsts forth with its wanning and
ow
an evil one and lie wicked, he is
likew ise free to do so This
constitutes a fundamental princi-
gratefulness. But do keep in mind
that Judaism never demanded. It i
only asked. For the unhappiness of
the future generations, too many |
Jewish homes took the option of j
not acceding to the request Iweep
for the broken hearts of all those
parents who sought modernity j
while sacrificing so much richness
in their lives. |
Moses set the pace for us. He '
toki the future generations ides-j
titled to enjoy prosperity > to re- :
member, so that they shall nurture
the virtue of gratitude'.
He toltl them it was their option.
He told them they were free to
forget and repeat the tragic errors
of the past. They were equally free
to remember the past, and remem-
ber the Source of their blessings.
We. too. have the option to re-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. S500 N.
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Carmi.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). SSI
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Mawric* Klein. 15
JUOEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Grenada
Blvd. Reform Rabbi Morr.i Kip
per. 40
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
41
FT. LAUOfftOAlE
! BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 C.
Miami Oakland Park Blvd. flatobi Sheldon
Ralph Edwards. Cantor Maurice reeu.
14 42
[ Frulay 8:t" |i m S.rmon: "Mow
S|..tks." Raturda) 9 a ni S.rni..i
"lllator* An-uvr- Follnw, ,1 b)
Ki>1-luh.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8300 Mtller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 1*
MIAMI BEACH
I
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AOUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave. C
Orthodox. Rahbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. It
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Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
oky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 1 :
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1544
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrew* Av*
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
HAUANDAIE
il, arxi pillar of the Torah and its |spectfully iwr.der the past; or to
placate the present with the pab-
lum of pure pleasure.
precepts The Cr< ator does not
force his will on any man, nor pre-
oidain him to do good or evil, but
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CENTER.
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BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Av*
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4J
Frtdaj 1:11 i>.m
"For the Lord thj (i a land nf ivh< I barlej ... a land of olive-trees and
honey" (Deut. 8.7-8
!KEV Moses declares: "And it shall come to pass, because
ye hearken to these ordinances, and keep, and do them, thai
the Lord thy God shall keep with thee the covenant and the
mercy which He swore unto thy fathers, and He will love thee.
and bless thee, and multiply thee" i Deut. 7.12-13). The lev-
el are no! to fear the Canaanite nations: witness the pro-
vidence and supervision ol God over His people in ihe desert,
though thi > sinned, in pa-sin..'. Moses makes a general re-
ference to ihe incident of the Golden Calf. The Israelites were
not :o inherit the land of Canaan because of their own virtues:
"Nol for thy righteousness, or for the uprightness of thy heart,
dost thou -. i in to possess their land: but for the wickedness of
these nations the Lord thy <;."! doth drive them out from be-
fore thi e. and thai He may i the word which the Lord
-..... unto thy fathers" (Deut. 9.3). After mentioning God's
po\ rini in Egypt and the lesert (Particularly in re>
fere ice to Dathi n and Abirami. Moses dwells on the importance
oi lie Pr Land, The portion continues with the second
pan of 'hi Sh< ma, beginning "And it shall conn- to pass, if ye
shall barken diligently unto My commandments" and ending
'ih l your days may i>e multiplied and the days of your child-
ren, gpofi the l'in! which the Lord -wore unto your father- to
give ; nf the heavens above the earth" (Deut.
1! 1. -'Jl I,
And the portion concludes with the promise: "There shall
no man be able u stand against you: the Lord your God shall
la) he fe-.; of you and 'hi dread of sou up >n all the land that
ye shall tread upon, as He hath spoken unto you" (Deut, 11.25),
This recounting of th Wek/y Porflom of tho Law it extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edit- d by P. Wollman-Tsaniir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
wmmmmm*mmm*H**Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
By RABBI SAMUEL I. FOX
Why iloi-> Jewish tradition
prefer, and .minimus insist
upon, olive oil as the fuel for
the lights of the Menorabf
This is. of course, mentioned in
the Bible (Exodus 27:20). The
commentaries have given various
reasons. Some contend that the
flame and consequently the light
which is the product of olive oil is
a much clearer and cleaner illu-
mination (Shabbath 23). Others
claim that it is because the olive
i oil is drawn through the wick
with more ease and continuity
than other fuels. For this reason
there are some who even prefer
olive oil for use in lighting the
tapers for the Sabbath. The Tal-
mud tells us (Berakoth chapter 9)
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apr-rjTnu; here is
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Spirinul Leader of
Brrn Tormi CoNOaaOATIOM
o* North Miami Beach
What is the reason Ear the
MriiHinent of the two lions which
appears ing the ToraliN and the Ark?
Some have claimed that these
ri present the tribe of Judah wtiose
symbol was a lion. It is claimed by
Some tliat the tribe Of Judah was
particularly represented because
the Jewish community of tods
made up mostly of this tribe since
!thc ten tribes were dispersed by
Che Assyrians. Others claim that
the two lions represent the two
rubim which were placed on
the Ark in the original Temple
' (Kxodus 25:18).
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Friday. August 1, 199
Carner President Of M.B. Symphony
Stephen Carner, president and.
chairman of the board of Carn-r
Bank of Miami Beach, has been
ttected the new president of the
Miami Beach Symphony He soc-
cifUs Judge Theodore Nelson who I
was namc-d honorary president.
Founded in 1953. the Miami j
Beach Symphony presents summer
and winter series programs at the i
Miami Beach Auditorium both of j
which art' financed by public sub-;
scriptions as well as by grants by
the City of Miami Beach. The cur-
rent summer series >s presented on
Sunday evening! through August
31.
Carner. who has been active for
many years in civic and cultural
affairs in Greater Miami, said that
one of the main goals of the Miami
Beach Symphony was "to offer !
the fines; in musical concerts with-
in a price range that Beach resi-
dents C'iuld afford."
ing secretary! Mrs. Anne Satin,
parliamentarian; Mrs. Joseph
Grigg, chairman of the nominat-
ing committee: and Mrs. Hans
Alarcuse. president of the Sym-
phony's Treble Clef group.
Barnett Brceskin is conductor
and director of the Symphony.
STCMttN C4*..
He citei special project sup-
ported t>> individual citizens of
Miami B acta that provided tickets
to Symphonj concerts to needy
groups. "Such far-sighted pro-
ns." he leclared, "served to
move financial barriers from an
ol musical enjoyment that
- essential to the cultural life of
i ir community."
The .',s.\. ,-.,11 linker his b?en
ssociat 'i Aith other p"-ojccts in
the entertainment field. As a
>r >! T-^mple Beth Am.
Carner prod iced the t, mple's
t;!t play "Fi rello."
Ix>n active in communal and
philanthropic affairs, Carner is a
member of the board of Jewish
Vocational Service and served as
cochairman ir Greater Miami of
the Weiz v nn Institute of Science
:n Israel. He is also a member of
the Tiger Bay Club, the American
Jewish C immittee and the Hi-
Rise Association of Miami.
Born in New York City. C.irncr
was in the nuildins* contractinc !
business there from 1949 until j
1958 and continued in that business i
in Orlando and Miami for the j
next ti\,' years While in Orlando, i
he became associated with Ccloni-1
cl Bank.
He became president of Carner |
Bank in 19 6 and currently also
serves as chairman of the b^ard.
Other officers of the Miami
Beach Symphony include: Mrs.
George L Sogg, Mrs. Rhea Cash-
man Gladwin, Joseph Grigg, Mor-
ton Zenvl. George Valentine and
Maurice Yalman, vice presidents;
Sadye K es, treasurer; Mrs. Vic-
tor i):i\i-. fin racial secretary, Mrs.
Ethel Goldman, recording secre-
tary; M b'Tost, correspond-
Refugee Officials
Concerned About
Polish Jews' Fate
GENEVA (WNS) Officials
of rt fugee agencies are express-
ing concern over the fate of an
estimated 15.000-20,000 Jews in
Poland whom the Warsaw re-
gime told to leave more thar. a
year ago. A few months ago they
were told they could not freely
emigrate after Sept. 1.
Visas to Israel have been be-
ing granted by the Netherlands'
mission in Warsaw, which has
been handling Israeli interests.
The mission reported it has is-
sued about 10,000 such visas, but
only 5,000 Polish Jews have de-
parted for Israel.
(Polish immigrants who ar-
rived in Haifa aboard the Israeli
motorship Moledet reported
growing alarm among Jews in
Poland, who fear they will not
be able to leave that country
after Sept. 1. According tc the
new arrivals, large numbers of
Jews are queuing up at the
Dutch Embassy in Warsaw each
day to obtain Israeli visas.)
Refugee officials are wonder-
ing what will happen to the
other 5.000 who cannot possibly
complete the bureaucratic exit
process by Sept. I. In addition,
fears were voiced for the 10,000
to 20,000 Jews who have not
applied for emigration. They
could become stateless persons
in Poland, stripy.d of the u iti-
zenship in the" critical position of
being forbidden to leave
their presence Is declared i
tionable.
The Communist government
cracked down on Polish Jn s
after the Six-Day War, expeliing
them from the Party. The war,
which resulted in Polanel s- v i -
ing its relations with Israe I, was
used as the public reason f, r an
anti-Semitic campaign waged ty
different factions battling i control of the Polish Communist
Party.
A growing number cf Jews
lx gan li aving the country fol-
lowing the anti-Zionist drive- and
Arab states complained to War-
saw that these Jews, who in-
cluded scientists, doctors, e ngi-
neers and other highly skilled
workers, were only strengthen-
ing Israel.
Poland then announced that
the liberal visa policy will nd as
of Sept. 1, after which a more
stringent procedure will have to
be followed. This is expected to
sharply reduce or end the e mi-
gration of Jews from Poland and
the fate of those remaining is
unknown.
Fashion Group Seminar
A one-day se-minar in fashion
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will be- open te> anyone- Interested
i.-i learning about desigl I licity,
buying and merchandising, fashion
coordination and eiisplay.
Blum's Food Fair
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years in the retail advertising field,
has been appeinted assistant direc-
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of Food Fair Stores. Inc.. Theodore
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Mr. Blum, who joined the chain's
advertising department here in
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The department conducts the ad-
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A Mason and a Shrir.cr. Mr. (
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Mr. and Mrs. Blum and their
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Kurt Kiesinger Due In August
For Talks On World Problems
X
By MILTON FR1KDM \.\
WASHINGTON When Weal
German Chancellor Kurt Oorg
Ki.singer arrives hero in August
for White House talks on world
problems, he will have at his
' side a d.plomat with human as
well as professional links with
Israel. He is Dr. Rolf Priede-
mann Pauls, ihe West German
Ambassador to the United States
Since the Nixon-Kiesin;"r talks
will obv'ously include the Mid-
dle East issue. Bonn may find ii
i fortuitous blessing to be rep-
resented here by the West Ger-
man government's most respect-
< I authority on Israel. Dp. Tails
w is named the first Bonn Am-
bassador to the Jewish State
when diplomatic ties were i'St b-
lU!u*d in 1965. His nnd >rstand*
Ing of Israel's complex problem
won the respect of Israelis.
Dr. Pauls was interviewed by
this correspondent on the eve
of the Kiesinger visit. He indi-
ct ited that Bonn does not favor
on imposed "peace" settlement
designed by Moscow. "A solu-
tion can be found only by dinvt
cooperation of the parties cn-
cemed (Israel and the Arab
stitesl." he assertel.
The Ambassador saw no early
solution. He was obviously pessi-
mistic over the Big Four ap-
proach to the Middle Eastin-
cluding the bilateral American-
So\ iet efforts. However, he ex-
pressed the hope that the super-
flowers could find a way for the
United Nations' special Mideast
invoy, Gunnar V. Jarring, to
resume his mission. This view
Coincides with the latest Israeli
po- tion.
Dr. Pauls thought it certain
fhat the Arab-Israel question
Would be covered in President
Hixon's discussions with Dr.
Kiesinger. It came up last Feb-
ruary w*wn tno two leaders last
met.
- The Pauls evaluation of the
Kremlin policy was that the
Russians are trying to stabilize
the status quo in Europe while
e-.'king increased mobility to
expand Soviet influence in the
Middle East. Accordingly. Mos-
cow has manipulated and ex-
ploited the Arabs, he said.
Among the fringe benefits of
Russia's pro-Arab policy has
been the advancement of Com-
munist East Germany's inter^
ests. A growing number of Arab
regimes are establishing diplo-
matic relation! with East Ger-
many.
Moscow is using the Arab hos-
tility t.i Israel to create a situa-
tion threatening the southern
flank of Europe, he said, adding
tlwi the military and political
implications of Russian diplo-
macy <-n far beyond the Medi-
terranean. Since Soviet ends are
serv( i by the Middle East con-
flict, Horn is naturally inter-
-;(! in i peaceful solution, he
said. But Bonn certainly rejects
th- Sovi< ; formula for uneonii-
tional Israeli withdrawal, and
Dr Kiesinge" nwy differ with
views .:_ l'---i .' to Mr. Nixon
by I^jndon and Paris, the envoy
said. D:-. Pauls is concerned
about the Middle East in terms
of German national interests.
Yet his thoughts about regional
puce are almost precisely iden-
tical with the meat ideilistic
dreams of the Israels.
Noting the burden of Israel's
isolation. Dr. Pau's expressed
hope for eventual Arab accept-
ance of Israel, open borders,
and mutual cooperation. He de-
picted Israelis as a talented peo-
ple who could do much to make
the Middle East prosper as an
area >: "communication and co-
operation" from North Africa to
the Euphrates. Bonn is prepared
to contribute economic, cultural
and technical assistance to help
implement a dream involving
fruitful coexistence of the Arab
states and Israel, he declared.
Who is this envoy who may
now influence the fate of na-
tions? As the first West Ger-
man Ambassador to th-; Jewish
-State. Dr Pauls arrived in Israel
in July. 1?S5. to hear jeers from
Jews who remembered the Nazi
era. But in VJSS be left Israel to
th accompaniment of cheers.
He achieve i an incredibl'? diplo-
matic objective: Establishment
of human relations between Jews
anil Germa.-us
It-was apparent that Dr. Piuls,
son of a Protestant th-^ologiart,
was deeply mov >! by h:s expe-
rience in Israel Dr. Pauls grew
up In the shado v :f the church.
In 19.'54. at V) years of age. he
decided to join t.: German reg-
ular Arcs i- i career soldier.
By 1945 he rose to the rink of
m tjor. carnal c:tati >r,; fir /,'.-
or, and | .- r arm in battle
for tho Third Re ;'i
History somehow found this
man in pursuit of a diplomatic
career that led him back t> his
earliest identity, the son of a
man of God. destined to play a
fateful role in th? land of the
Bible with people who suffered
so terribly from. Nazism.
Dr. Pauls Joined no Nazi Party
organization. Yet his Army serv-
ice haunted him. Through diplo-
matic skill and sincerity, Dr.
Pauls gained wide acceptance in
Israel. He and Mrs. Pauls be-
came friends of David Ben-
Gurion and the late Mrs. Paula
Ben-Gurion.
A son. Christina, 24. spent
time at Sde Boker, Mr. Ben-
Gurion's kibbutz in the Negev.
Another son, Andrew, 14. made
friends among Israeli boys and
learned Hebrew. Rolf. 26, the
oldest of the three Pauls chil-
dren, became so involved in the
kibbutz movement that he ob-
tained a university doctorate in-
volving a study of the social
aspects of kibbutz industrializa-
tion.
As Ambassador, Dr. Pauls
sought to establish a realistic
dialogue based on the facts of
tviay rather than the ghastly
record of the long past.
Israeli diplomats feel that Dr.
Pauls did much to promote rap-
prochement. His response is that
he is "grateful" if he did con-
tribute something of value. In
his self-effacing view, one man
could not do very much, he
said. He would give all credit to
the policy of the Federal Re-
public, since its founding in
1949. to build German Jewish
reconciliation as "a moral cor-
nerstone of our foreign policy.''
Israelis fee) that Dr. Paul con-
veyed Israel's views to Bonn in
B veiy accurate and convening
manner They are reassured *>v
the fact that his knowledge will
be avail ib:" to Dr. Kiesinger
during the coming talks.
Dr. Pauls' pers mal philosophy
on the Middle East conflict? He
ser; 2 t)00 years of Jewish e\i'-\
s tffering and victimization re-
A!cholism Discussed At
Hialeah Hospital Program
Ernest H. J. Steed, executive
director of the International Com-
mission for the Prevention of Alco-
holism and Commission president
Dr. Laurence A. Senseman pre-
sented a program this week in
1 Medical Education Auditorium
of Hialeah Hospital.
The four-day seminar included a
lea of films, lectures and charts
B I answer, d the question. "What
Causes Alcoholism?"
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fJenisti ftcricfrjtr
Friday. August 1. 1969
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. liebman
The Death And Resurrection Of Israel

nli. AKTMI'K \V. RAC is a con-
cerned Christian. He is i>er-
turbed by the failure of the Chris-
tians and nations of the world to
see iimt Israel was predestined to
be. His book, The Death and ftes-
rareetiea <>f Israel, (King Broth-
ers, Baltimorei should be studied
by every Christian and Arab and
owned by every Jew. There arc Jews who may dis-
like thf great utilization of New Testament refer-
ences and esdi tological interpretations of the ltook
of Daniel, but these may be skimmed over.
The \aine of the book is the synthesis of every
aspect of the history of the Holy I.and for the past
2.00(i years, and the author's perception of the prob-
lems oi the Middle East and the baring of the
psyche of the Arabs, as individuals and nations. In
lieu of the traditional review, excerpts of the book
will be given
"Jerusalem was never a Muslim capital. Par
neatly 2,000 years. Palestine was not even a name
on the political map of the work! .. and its people
were never conscious of themselves as a political
unit At no time was it (Palestinel one independent
"political state except under the .lews. Palestine was
never left without Jews ... In tho space of 50-G)
years, the .lews repaired much of the damage inflict-
ed on the Holy Land in the previous 1200 years."
Reviewing the record in World War II, the be-
haviour of the Palestine Ar.-ibs was the same as the
Arab countries, "a policy of caution ... Only when
the Allied victory appeared certain, then they all
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Preferential Quotas
A VXIEU AHOIT preferential quotas
*^ on the basis of mas has been bub-
bling quietly among long-range thinkers
lor quite a while. Now that Pity College
of New York has the preferenceyfor-
color issue right at the top of the agen-
da, the matter is out in the open for all
to view and consider.
Pr< ferential quotas are anj thing but
i' i\\ League colleges had them for decades, award-
en tra .ni,.nice credits to Ihe supposedly well-born
ind o\f iously neatly groomed. Token quotas wore tossed
out to Jews in the m Her part of this century when it
became clear that if college leaders meant what they said
when the} asserted the) placed a high value on intellect
and scholastic diligence, they had an obligation to give a
lew social outcasts at least a ta-ie of the academic
honej The Jewish fight to break the back of that ne-
farious college quota s>sl.:i i- .. 1 .- ,< for people wh>i
1 con to Hie battleground igainst -ham ami dis-
-. mini:.I mi
In thi' CCNY situation, 'he cry for compensation for
past denial to black- and Puerto FUeans i- lull throated.
A dual admission plan has been seriously advanced, call-
ing lor the admission oi 30'; of the 1970 freshman class
from povi rt) areas without regard to academic achieve-
ment and calling for the admission of tin- other 50'. on
Hi.- traditional basis of academic excellence.
Norman Mailer whose fellow Jews would suffer
should tiie plan >* adopted, is for the prop.s.,1. Herman
ladilio whose young associates with a Puerto Rican
background similar to his own would benefit by the plan.
opposed it. Both -Mailer and Badillo were in the New
York campaign for mayor.
'ihi' proposal, however ni Wj conceived, is a travesty
Kor its foundation, it relies upon ,; quicksand of re
nun* racial quotas- The builders a ill be erecting not a
tower oi educational strength but racial walls of sep-
aratism. Meal lament tale of all. the a'NV dual admission
seheme docks tin- I isic issue: where there are great con-
centrations oi blacks and Puerto Ricans, the need i- no)
fot a lopsided hsp o( crow led Facilities bul for the pro-
vision of expanding facilities, if New York Citj the state
N( w if i mkI the Federal govern n n1 the Ingenuity and determination that put men on the
moon, tbej ''an keep institutions of higher education free
of "preferential quol s" ana. at the same time, get all
the faculty, curriculum I ruitmenl pro-
gaums neccssar) to furnish higher education to all de-
siring it
We caii provide, wp musl provide, quality education
beyond high school for ever) boy and girl hi the land.
Their potamaal is Hie nation'- hope. Our government's
power to furnish education imaginatively and affectively
can't ix- doubted, in the process, sosi heads will see to it
ibat students who are neither black nor of Puerto Rican
ancestry do not em] up on the academic casually list
The new generation of blacks must have special at-
tention and assistance. Urban League director Whitney
Young cotrertly reminds US, "It is riot possible for a
weakened, deprived minority bearing the scars of oppres-
sion to integrate Immediately with a confidegt, affluent
majority societ) on equal terms."
jumped on the Allied bandwagon and this primarily
to l>e assured of membership in the L'.N. Their war
record is one of obstructionism treason and collab-
oration with the enemy.''
"Espionage on behalf of Nazi Germany was car-
ried on at the American University of Reirut >>
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jewish Women In
The National Eye
A .IKWISH WOMAN. ;>. former
American Jew. now heads
the government of Israel, but re-
cent history shows few Jewish
\omen who were prominent in
he general scene.
The American-Jewi-h woman
I seemed to stand out more in ear-
lier cUiys. Hack in 1776. for In-
stance, theiv was Rebecca Franks. She was a Tory
to I*.- sure. On the wrong side as far as American
Jews were concerned. IhiI a very prominent lad\ a-
far as Gen. William Howe, who commanded the
British Army in America. wag concerned. She mar-
ried a British officer. Later in life, she is said to
have regretted her pro-Hritish stand.
Another famous Rebecca was Rebecca Grata.
She was not active in any political sense, but Wash-
ington Irving was VOiy in>pres-ed by her and she l-
said to have been the model lor Rowcna of Sir
Walter Scott's "Ivanhoe."
Then there was Ernestine I.. Rose, who came
from the little Polish town of Petrokov. where her
father was rabbi. The Polish ghetto life didn't please
her, and she went to Germany, Ernestine invented
a paper chemically treated to remove kitchen odors.
She manufactured the paper herself and went about
selling it. and speaking in behalf of liberal causes in
England and later in America. Woman suffrage
owes her a great deal, but she was more than an
advocate ol woman's suffrage-she was a great
pleader for the common people. "Man is x>rn free
and equal and lie dies tree and equal, hut he doesn't
live free and equal,'' she said. One of the few who
dared go to the South and sp ak against slavery,
she was a leader in the anti-sU\ cry fight
Adah Isaac- Menken .v.,- n ither type, A daring
sort of act (-s- who was oniv lulled as -The Naked
Lady/' from her childhood she showed a strong
Je>vi-h interest and wrote many p>enis on Jewjeh
subjects. "() Sleep Not. Israel, is th title of one of
her poems. Shi was said to have "an insane wish1
to -. be;- people restored to their old homeland,
and one suspects th at she .- [Betimes imagined her-
self a kiln! of Jewish Joan of Arc leading her peo il
back to Israel She died in Paris at the age of :;;
laiima Goldman, who became known in the 1890s
when there were .1 lot ol labor disturbances, i- .*
Jewish woman of a d ffe-renl sort. She wanted th.'
people to take ove* everything through anarchistic
Socialism, but tow,mis the end >f her life, alter see-
ing RussiQj -he unite a book about her disillusion-
ment with Uie b;and of socialism she found there
i
Israel Newsletter
S.vrian. Lebanese and Palestine Arab students'' In
1918 King Hussein inot the present king' said, "At
the same time we saw the Jews from foreign coun-
tries streaming to Palestine it could not esca|ie
those who had a dee[>cr insight; they knew that the
country was for its original sons a sacred and bc-
loved homeland ... The return of these exiles to
their homeland will prove materially and Spiritually
an experimental scIvmiI for Iheir brethren."
The Palestine Royal Commission Re|ort of 1937
stated. "The Aral>s do not appear to realize ... that
the present position of the Arab world as a whole is
mainly due to the great sacrifices made by the Al-
li is Improbable that the Arab countries would have
become ov be about to become independent states."
"Much of the difficulty in raising the Arab stand-
aid of living lies in the opposition of the Arab ef-
fendl to having Arab workers reach the same wage
levels as the Jewish workers Arab antagonism
to the Jewish National lloiuclund often acts us a
screen to disguise Arab animosity to HkS West. The
Jewish N itonal Homeland is Identified with foreign
imperialism."
"At this juncture of history, Ruasi i is Israel's
most deadly enemy ... The basic rivalries within the
Arab world, the quarrels over boundaries, the ten-
sions Involved In lilting their economies from stag-
nation, the cross pressures of nationalism -sdl these
factors would still be then-, even if there Ware DO
Israel,"
"Th." Arab is sometimes called the Son of the
Desert, but this is ;l misnomer, as he is the Father
of the Desert, having created it himself; and the
arid waste in which he lives and on which practic-
ally nothing will grow is the direct result of his
appalling indolence, combined with his simian trait
of destroying everything he does not understand.''
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
Another Sandy Koufax?
uyiTir half the baseball season over, Chicago Cubs'
pitcher Kan Holtzman must be wondering what hap-
pened. The 23-year-old southpaw from St. Louis was sen
satkMal in the early going and was the big reason the
cubs tumped off to a huge lead in the Eastern Division of
the National League. In May. Holt/man pitched Six vic-
tories, including three straight shutouts with only on.
defeat in seven starting assignments. His performance
earned him the National League "Pteyer of the Month
iward in a |sni of baseball writers and broadcasters
Things went sour s. >n after that, and Holt'man ba-
llad trouble finishing games, Likened to Sandy Koufax
on many occasions, Horhanan i- expt rienctng the sami
ty| e of difficulties that ;.: igued Sandy early in his career
At 23, Koufax was 28-27 lifetime, and at this writing Is
41-42 So maybe Kenny won'l !> another Koufax maybe
hell just be another Lefty Grove
Bro dc ster Koufax has been making news htmsell
lately. The former pitching great was named the "Gre l
set Dodger Ever" bj the 48 writers and broadcasters wh
selected the all-time Dodger team as part ol base
centennial year, He was a unanimous choice as the
Dodgers' ail-tune left-handed pitcher, and he re, ....
32'h rotas as Iheir greatest player.
By CARL A1PERT
Some Highlights In Israel's Courts
W*****^ M Xaita
fw m~ I1 A (01NTRV"S court rooms
afford some htnight into un-
ii-u d aspects of a nation'- life. Is-
rael's courts are no exception and
add some surprises of their own
M> collection ol interesting eases
hich hove con,' before the Judge
in recent month- includes:
Never on Thursday. Judge Max Czernobilaky of
Hi Pel A\ a District Court agreed not tohoM bear-
it::- on b partici I i case on Thursday because one
oi the defendants, Rabbi Y. Idelman of Bnai BraJc,
told the court be ha not to Utter a wold On that day of the week.
High finance. When the Bank o( [srai i provided
it- late->\ Hieing employees with lunch checks worth
one bvel Pound (28 centsi a month, the Income
Tax authorities claimed this was added Ineame und
insisted on deducting Income t a Both sides wen-
Stubborn. The case came to court, and only the per-
sonal intervention of David Horowitz, Governor of
th. Bank o! Israel, and Zeev Sharef, Minister of
Finance, prevented a long drawn OUt leg ll battle
The compn ndse agreed upon: Nine cents worth ol
the lunch ticket is taxable!
Ami the Jewish Problem, The defendant stood in
the dock in Tel A.vi\ District Court The charge:
selling elephants without a permit Yaafan Zamir
had been found guilt) in the Magistrate's Court and
imed Two Pounds lie appealed, and began to ha.
ranguc the jud reading from a 188-page pre-
pared statement. The judge, quickly ascertained
that the charge pertained to sale of plastic ele-
phants by a street vendor. The red-faced prosecut-
ing attorney withdraw the misleading charge, but
the Judges retained the Two Pound fine for illegal
sale of plastic toys.
Over-/,..,lows Law Knforceim-nt. Mrs. Hadasuah
Avigdori Stopped at a cross ivads to give n lift to
hitchhiking soldiers and got a ticket. Judge G. QUadi
in A-shkolon Magistrate's Court accepted her guilty
Plea, and fined her IL 15 but i*ld*d 'Coisecting
BokUers on the way to their lxi.se or iwme is a civic
duty. Policeman should uae Iheir judgment whan
handing out tickets. Thus ii an obvious case in
which the noheem.ui ought to have restrained
himself."


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Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICI
1
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84178
RE Botati of
I.I >IE H. BPANQ
I .LS.'d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i All Ireelltore and All Persona Hav-
CuUma or Demanda Agahuit Said
{Ate:
fnu :ire hrriliy iir.tIfi- i.i present an) clalroa and demanda
kii'h \t>u may have aaralnat the
;ili- of OOLDIB H. Si'AN'i; .!
late ot' Hamilton County, Ohio, to
I'.iumy Judge* ol Dade County,
filr tin- Kim-' in duplicate ami
prnvid.-d in BacUott 733.16, Florida
Itutea, in their office* in the County
iirthouse in Dude County, Ploiida,
Ithin all ralendar mnntha fr.im ih>-
of the first publication hereof,
ili<- aajna \^ill be barred.
Vii.d at Miami. Plorlda, llii.s Hih
k\ -it July, vii isa
ELEANoll I! NTMMO
Am BSjcecul i i\
[V'irsi DMbHcalion "i 'in- notice on
IMh clav of July, IMS.
IY A MINS-'N
ttorney for Bx< -utrlx
h -.< .itiain IIMk.. Miami. Put
V 18-23 B 1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 84290
RE: Eatate of
HUMAN E. BRt >CK
1>. eahed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Parson* Hav-
nn ii; mis or Demands Against Bald
Mate :
you ar. hereby notified and required
nraaent im> i.nins and demands
.ii you ma) hnv< mrainxl the estate
MIKMAN K BROCK dceeaaed late
l tads County, Plorlda, to the County
ii'i-' >'f Dade County, and file the
rn. in ilui>liia''' and as provided hi
Ctlon 733 I*, Plorlda BtatUK -. iu
officex in the County Courthouse
Dsdi County, Plorlda, within sis
Id ndar months from ihi time "f the
rsi publication hereof, or the same
411 be barred
Dull 'I l Miami. Plorlda, thin
-myem
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
ASSUMPTION OF DEBTS
\"i given put -want I"
l-'!"i'i'l.t Ktatuti i' 'ii 67tJ.fi- 103,
Ihut \\ ildsldl If, Inc. Of .Miami.
Plorlda Hold the entire business known
i- 'I'll. \Vildside, located al 3X3 Miracle
Mile, Coral flables, Plorlda to the
imdersla;nad on July !*. IMfi and ihai
we have assumed all of the debts of
said sailer.
A TitYSTINii I'l.At'E. IXC.
IMl S W Mth si r. i
Miami. Plorlda,33131
7 iii I 1
l "What you say about me, Molly, hurts so much
I ... It must be true. Thank you ever so much for
your criticism!"
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

July, A I' I9S9.
1'.' IBEHT A. HI!' >OK
::' l.aik-;iur
Belleville, lllli
\- Executor
pir-l puldn al "'ii "I this 11"'
1Mb day of July.
?WIN M OISSBCIWI. KSQ
YKIiS. KA1-I.VV POUTER,
CAINS' IN" and U'EN I.N
lorn. y for Eaeeumr
R.i s \\ Pli < Street,
Plorlda 331M
7 18-23 S 1-t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
'in und. r.-i(jut I. desirinit i" engage
in buainexa under the fictitious name*
f LEONARD STEIN EK, M 1' : SHEL-
DON 1> Ml'NACH, M.D.: BTEINBR
AND MI'NAi II. BTEINER AND
\, I NAi'll P. A at 1 130 N W 14'h
sii .i. Miami, Plot Ida nda
lu rei I i'i' with the 'lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorlda.
STE1NER AND Ml'NACH
PR( IPESSK NAL A.-Si ICIATH 'N
BP IHBER and ROSKIN P.A,
A 11-I m > for A poll, unt
Kill |!;-. H) Bit d.
Miami, Pli i Idi
7 18-23 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY tilVEN that
the undersigned, daelriug to engage
in business under tin- fictitious nama
"I llKIVKWAV BBRVIOE at fM l.in-
colh Road, Miami Baaofa Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Plorlda.
WEINEB ASSOCIATES, INC.
a Plorlda Corp,
Mt'HRAY WEINBR, President
IIA Hi.1.1) HOBBN
Attorney i<>v Applicant
U" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach
7 LI-18-26 I 1
1-g
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-11650
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DBBRA DICKBRMAN,
Plain-ill',
I.i.r.N DICKBRMAN
1)< 1,'iidHiit
): ALLEN DICKBRM \N'
mi Bouli vard
Apl 510
Revere, Mass.
You, ALI.KN DICKBRMAN, are
kei' by notified that a Hill "( Cmii-
piainl for Divor.-e lias been filed
Sara in si >ou. ami you are required to
' ooi-m- a "i>> of your Answer or plead-
.tag i the Hill oi t'limpbtlnl mi the
PWintift's aii..r-v. ISROVRK CI-
'1IKNT \\'EINSTEIN A. ST Alltl.lt,
p.A :"" I.iii"li H'.ad. Miami Beach,
aioridit ami fill- !i" "riiiinal Aner
aW^Hi-udiiiK in Hi. office "f the I-rk
Hit- Circuit Court on or bafore ti"-
Ith day of Aturuat, 19W. U >" f"1
,i" hidajm<'in by default will be
Ik. i acalnst you i"r the relief da-
led in the inn of Complaint.
[Tin.- notli -i' .11 be published once
i-h week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEW ISII PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
!, thix Mill day of Jul> A D
;: it LB 'THERMAN, Clerk
Cir. mi c. vr < I 'id. fount} Plorlda
By: MARtlCBRlTB KENT
Ii.'iui'y Clerk
OR"\ v:i: ilM'.VT WEINSTBIN
4, s '' M'UKII, r A
Bj- N't 'KM W ci.MENT
NOTICE UNDER
flCTITIOL'S NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undi ri i-'i" I, d< slrl I to ,.
In busim und< r the ii. iiiioiis name
of ABlttiTT ROOPINt! CO., IN'' al
numb' r Slu SW 4i Bl In the City
.I Miami, Plorlda Intends i" register
ihi .i .1 i ami with ihe Clerk "f tha
Circuit Court .i I' "' County, Plorlda.
Dated ..' Miami, Plorlda, Hiis 7ih
'i.n of July. IMfl
RICH \i:i kin i "LEY. President
SANK! RD H KRAMER
Attorns] for Applicant
1 ISO N W. Mth Str< i
Miami. Plorlda
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I' s. DIRECTORY SERVICE at
121 si: 1st Street, Miami Intend to
register said name with the Clerk ';
tin Circuit Court of Dade County,
i da.
MBLVIN ai.im:i:in
STANLEY ALPERIN
7 11-18-23 8 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVBN thai
the undersigned, deslrfng '. n
usiiivss under the flctitiouH nami
THE VVH I.I Ail MARCl'8 AtlENCY
ai ilk20 S.\V 130 Terrace, Miami,
Klorids Intends to register said warn.'
> Hi, Clerk "i ii" Circuit Court
of Dade County, Plorlda.
U II.I.IAM Ii MARCCS
M< IRTIMBR PRIED
Attnrne} for
THE WILLIAM MARCCS AGENCY
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi rslgned, desiring engagi
in buainess under the fictitious name
of i:i. BOBRK DB I.A SORPKESA at
in n i: i Ave., Miami, l'la.. R.....n
106 Intend to register said name with
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Plorlda
RAI'L K I'l-IVA
Jl IBE GAM ALU I
ARAMIS ALVARBZ
7 Is-L'-, s 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgni d, desiring i" el
in business under ih.- fictitious name
of WARREN l-INMAl. m l> al BM1
S.W. v"Hi si.. South Miami :::'.l4:i in-
ii-'nds I" register said name \viili the
rk .1 the Circuit Court of Had.'
County, Plorlda
WARREN LINDA!', M l> P.A.
SPARBER and Hi'SKIN P A.
a i tonie} > for Applicant
"" Itfsi nyne Blvd.
Miami, l'l"i Idti 33130
7 11-1 >.-'-'". 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUF,"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 84109-Clark
In RE Eslati "i
AKTirt K PELDMAN,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per*
Having claims or Demands Agaii-t
Said Batata:
Y'ou are hereby notified ami roan
ed to present any claims and demai
which you maj havi against the -
late of ARTHClt FELDMAN deceafd
late of Dade County, Florida, i" i
County Judges of Dade County. :< d
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Se, linn 7U.1C, Florida st^'-
utea in iinir offloea In thi Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid .
within six calendar months from I III
time of the first publication hen
or the same wlH be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla Inl
dav of July. AD. 19GM.
ilEHAi.n K SCHWARTZ
As Executor
First publication of this inul'-e "1
ih.. i lib day of July. 1981.
GERALD K. BCHWARTZ
Attorney for Estate
I2th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.,
Miami, Florida M131 .,,_,,..,,,
7 11-18-25 I 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81490-B
in RE: Estate ol
DAVID REID MIl'l'I.KTON
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE IS HKKEIIY given that 1
have filed Final Report am' Petition
for Distribution and Final Pinch
im Administratrix of the estate of
DAVID REID Mll'l'i.i:T"N. deceas-
ed: and Hiai on the 13th dai of Aug-
usi 1969, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dnde County,
Florid... for approval of said Final
Report ami for dlatributlon and final
dlschurge as Administratrix of the
,.-i lie of the abo> tmed di di nt.
This l"li day of July. 1'.""
DIANE SINGER PIASECK1
DAVID THEODORE BERG ESQ.
\; nrney
10] -S I'ade 1". di ral Bldg,
Mi.inn. PI.....la,
PR 9-1414 7(:S8/1-S-U
Ati'
>s for Plaintiff
: < l-s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 60-11649
|AKY El.I.EN Ili'l'SE,
EMarntifl
OUN THOMAS ii- 'isi:.
Defendant
O J< dl\ THOMAfi HOUSE:
. o \\ llllam a House
Btllol Street
ItUfnrd. Ol ilk-ill
Vou. JOHN THOMAS ii'" SE, are
cr. by notified that Bill oi otn-
lint for DtVOTCe has I.....ii id"'
gniiiKt you. and you are required to
irve a eopv of your Answer or Plead-
to the Hill of Complaint on ihe
lointifi's attorney, CAl'l. KWITNEY
I.in.'nln I'.oad. Miami Beach, FW-
1 lea.line In the office of the clerk
the Circuit Court on or before the
Mh dav of August, I99 If you fall
do ko. Judcni.nl by default will he
k. n aaainst you for the rellel W -
..,.. led In the Itill of Complaint.
'This noli, e shall he puhlishinl once
rh we.k for four ronsecutlve weeks
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami,
forlda, Ihis 14th day "f July Al).
nw
B B i.i".ATin:!iMAN, Clerk
f Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: I- BNEBDEN
Deputy cierk
IrcuH Court Real)
ACL KWITNEY
420 1 .Inrohi Knad
Miami Beach, Florida

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 LOL'HDES V'BRA,
Plaintiff,
SERGIO ERNEST VEItA.
Defendant.
TO: SERGIO BRNB8T VERA
C/o Mrs. Anna Key M
117" Nosirand Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
You, 8EROIO ERNEST VEItA. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-|
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a eop) "f your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, LESTER ROG-
ERS, ESQ., :''.''.' N.W. 14th Street,
Ml tml, Plorlda 33138 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 28th day of
AllKU-t, 1969. If you fail to do so,
judu;nv i b) default will be taken
-i you for the raUef demanded
In ih.- n'm of Complaint
This notice shall be published onci
each ...-I. for four consecutlvi weeks
in TUB JEW 1SH FLORID!AN.
|H>NE AND ORDERED nt Miami,
Florida Mas .'-.rd day of July A.D
E It LE tTHERM IN, Clerk
Circuit Court, DaOi County, Plorlda
By: n a HEW ETT
I mty Clerk
(Clri mi C in i Si al'
I.KS'i i:i: KOGBRB, ESQ
' '. \\ 14 ii Sir." I
FIi rldn
Alton > for l'la
: ."' i I B-in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I NAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. b3930
In RK Kstnteof
s V.MCEL M SIT. MER
l.....-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Vll 'I diti i and All Persons Hnv-
iiil t^lalms "i Demands Vgalnst Saul
Estate:
You ."" herehj nol Ifl. b nd i ini' -
,| m present any claims and demands
v hlch i "ii mil) ha> I the ei
I.ii. ol SAMl'EL M SITOMER de-
, used late of 1 County, Florida,
to Hi" 'ount> JudgeN oi I lade Cou
and file the winn In duplicate and as
I'l.iv nil d in Section 7::: ii. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar months from the
lime "i ih" first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla IS
day of July, A.D. 1969
. DOROTHY SITOMER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the '.'.'.Hi day of July 1969.
ABBOTT AND FRUMKES
Attorneys for Executrix
4'-'" Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
7 25 S 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84312
in RE Estate ..f I
JOSEPH GURFINKBIi
i I, i.iS.ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hat -
inn Claims or Demands AKainat Syi
Estate:
you ai-.- hereby notified and requir-
ed in present any claim* and di m i
which you may have against the es-
tate of Jl tSEPH OCRPINKEL deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to tin-
County Judges of Dade County, ami
id. ill" same In duplicate and ns
provided In Section 733.16, Florid
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from H
i.....f thi flrsi publication hi ri of,
ill. same w ill be barred.
I mti .1 ..i Miami. Florida, thla 23 "
of July, aii I9i
R< isi: i H'RPINKEL
a Administratrix
Firsl publication "t il"s no i
ii :5th da) "i July. 1969.
RICHARD \ URI ISS
Attoi in y for idmlnlstrai i ix
oil Road
Miami Beai h, Florida
7 25
f
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80335-B
IN RE! Bstati ol
IKMA COOK
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE NOTICE UNDER
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
Ni'Tii'l". is hereby tiv.-n that l I thi undersigned, desiring to engniti
have filed my Final Report and Petl- [n business under the fictitious num.
,,,. foi Distribution and Final Dis- 0( MICHAEL s. MATBON, D.D.S
charge ns Executor "i the estate ol ,,,, \.- gsth 81 Hlaleah, FIi
ii:ma ci k ik ami that "'i the _"ih >!:> i, n,i- to register aald name witb thi
of August, 1969, will apply to Ibe Clerk of Ihe Circuit Courl of Dade
Honorable County Judges of Pade County, Plorlda
County, Florida, for approval ol said MICHAEL 8. MATRON, D.D.S.
Final Report and for distribution and | Professional Association
and
final discharge aa Executor of ihe
estate of tha nbove-named decedent.
This 15th day of July, 1969.
WALLACE N MAEIt.
Executor of the Estate of
IKMA CI >K, i n ci aaed
W UJJVCE N. MARK
Attorney
4..-, uiscayne Building
Miami, Florida 33130
7 IK-*'. X 1-S
SPARBER and ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
,, nig, ayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida rM?.2
7 11 -l Attorney for Plaintiff
7/18-25 8 1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desrrlnjj to engage
in hiisim ss under the fictitious names
of I 11.I.IAN GARCIA, GARCIA CITGO
GARCIA CTTOO Sl'.UVICK STATION
al 1117.". 8.W. 0th Sine!. Miami,
Florida, in the unincorporated an
of i'ade County. Intends m register
sa.i nan" s with Ihi Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daiie County. Florida.
LILLIAN SAl.A7.AK
Sole Pn i" Ii ter
BERNARD P. OOLDPARB, ESQ.
7Ji> N.W, 27lh Avenue
Miami, Florida
At tome v for
LILLIAN BALAZAR .
.. 11-1S--J s/i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i
ih. underslgnod, desiring to engage
in business iiiider Ihe fictitious name |
of OLGARE at 111 N.B 2 Ave., Miami,
|P1a.. K"'"n 7i"i iniind to register said
'name with the Clerk of Bra Circuit
I Courl "i Dade County, Florida,
l!A!'l. K "1.1V \
JOSE <: VMAl.l.o
A RAM IS ALVAREZ
7 18-23 "'l-s
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12000
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANTHONY Bl'RQt 18,
Plaintiff,
i
Ni iR i| \ i'.i'Ki ; IS,
l icfendaut.
T( '; NORMA BURGOS
Ki di in I'ul.now n
V"ii. Ni IRMA BI'RGl >S, are
bj noi 'i that a Bill of Complaint
for I 'iw'i.i- has in. flli il gainst
you, und you are required i<. serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
ih. Kill of Complaint on the Plain
attorney, LAW OFFICES OF MAN
P ENGBL, Sii"' 17-G, II"" N.W.
Iltth tvi ii' Miami, Florida, S73 I i
and file tin original Answei..... Plead-
ing In Ihi offh.....i the Clerk of the
i ,; : i '. Ul'l on Ol hi fl n ihi
day Vui ust. a ii you fail i" do
ludifnient I will bi
i you f. Ihi i'i '. ( .1. n.
ihi Bill '' "
This notice Khali 1 publish) '1 onci
each eek i." ons. utlvi w
Til i" JEW ISH Fl IRIDIAN
DONE >.\n IKDEREI i t Miami
Florida, this 18th day of July a D
9119
R B LE ITHERMAX, '
.' i. mi '"iin. I uidi County, lorida
Bj MARGUERITE KENT
1 leuuty ''lerk
(Clrcull Coui i Seal)
I. \U OFFICES i IP
M \\ I' ENGEL
Suite 7 .; c, nti Hou e
N H" I "ill Avenue
Miami, Florida
7 Jli s l-g-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84393
i RE E tnte of
MIRI KM H II' H.MF.S
p. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
To All 'i dilora and All Pi r lonf H
Ins Claims or Demands Agatnal S
i
You ai.- hereby notified and requit
ed i" present any claims ami di -
mamIs which you mat have against
thi sstate of MIRIAM H. HOLMES
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and a"
provided in Section 732.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Pade County, Floridh,
within six calendar months from !*
time of ih. final publication herem.
or Ihe same will be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this -'-
day of July. A.D. 1H!'
RICHARD 1". HOLMES
An Executor
First publication of 'his notice on
the I'.'.ili 'l.iv of July, H>69.
M \I(X M FABER
Aii'.ni.v for Executor
pill \ii;-!. \ Build ii'.
Miami. 92, Floi ida
7 2*i > 1 -s l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 84185
In 111" Estate of
, H VBI ES PEARLMAN
11, ,e "i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ..ml All Persona Hal
. i in .in- or l rounds Against Bi
Estati .
You "'. hereby notified ami requli -
oil ',, pri i ; anj lalmn and demands
I which you ".' have nicninst the .--
ol H \T1 S I':' Mil.MAN di
I ,',.,-, ,1 la. .a i'."!" 'ountj. Plot
to the i'ou Ju. "i l'a.le Count)
me iii dupllcali at
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. statu In I" ofl lei -
I..,-,. In i lade 'ounty, Ploi
i \ alendar months from the
; |)uhll ii n hi
or thi 111 he barn d,
Dai ami, Florida, thla l7ili
la- of July, V I'. ''"'
i:\ ELI N PE VRLMAN
\- Executrix
Fll ;.i: : "ll Of IhlS III ll I.....I
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Miami, Florida Friday. Aug-atl 3, j96S
Section
Moshe Gilfooa New Consul
General Of Southeast Region

The Honorable Moshe Gilboa.
has be Consul General of Israel for the
Southeastern Region of the United
States. Mr. Gilboa. who has juris-
diction over the states of Georgia,
Florida. North Carolina, South
Carolina, Alabama. Arkansas, Ten-
nessee and Mississippi, his wife.
Ayala, and their two daughters
will make their home in Atlanta,
Ga., where his offices are located.
MOSHf V.BCU
Bern in 3930, Mr. Gilboa gradu-
ated ?rcm the first Hebrew Herz-
lia High School in Tel Aviv and
was a platoon c-omniander in the I
Haganah, the pre-Independence
Jewish underground organization.
He volunteered to serve in the Pal-
mach, Haganah's commando unit.
After participating in the War
of Independf nee, Mr. Gilboa helped
settle the border kibbutz of Erez,
en the Gaza Strip, and lived there
st ven years. After being elected by
the Kibbutz Movement to its na-
tional executive, he directed the
I Department lor the Younger Gen-
ciatior. and Young Settlements,
and ai;:: saw service as Educa-
tionaJ Officer of the Israel De-
fers- Forces in the Nachal.
Mi Gilboa attended Hebrew
Unive reit; and received a "certifi-
cate ol i roficie ncy" from Cam-
bl rsity, from which he
mas | ai lated. As a student, he
was ected president of the Na-
on srai li Students.
an of th< majority
?artj : v
e of ublic
. be r of the I.L.P.'s
Infrrat '. ni
.'.. epra "
-..,. .-
;'.-. '
Service in 1959. he was appointed
to head Abba Eban's offio and In
1961 was given the position of as-
sistant director of the Division for
International Cooperation and
Foreign Liaison in the Ministry o
Defense.
Among the many international
conferences at which Mr. Gilboa
has been present was the ISVS
conference attended by the late
President John F. Kennedy in
Washington just prior to his death.
Mr. Gilboa was the last Israeli to
meet with President Kennedy in
an official capacity.
Nominate'd by the Israeli Cabi-
I net to membership on the Public
Council for Israeli National Thea-
tre. iHabimahi he was elected to
the chairmanship of its Interna-
tional Relations Committee. His
wife is a former teacher with the
Israeli Theatre.
Mr. Harry B. Schoener, congregant and truslee- ol Temple
Ner Tamid recently endowed a perpetual scholarship fund
in memory of his beloved wife, Rose Schoener. The pro-
ceeds of the foundation will be awarded each year to the
most outstanding student of Temple Nei Tarmri Religious
School. This scholarship will enable a student, ec-h year,
to attend a camp cf Jewish content or obtain an educational
tour to the State of Israel. Shown on the r.chi presenting
the Harry B. Schoener plaque tc Mr. Schoer.e: is It. Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple Ner Tamid.
Jewish Policemen
To 15e Docked For
Holiday Absences
NEWARK, N.J I 31 A I The
State Supreme Court has ruled
unanimously that tin Cit
Newark must dock the pay cf
Jewish policemen who take time
oif for Jewish holidays. The
court also unanimously upheld
the authority of the city to grart
days off for religious observance
to all members of the po
force without pay.
The court action was Started
by Newark Police Sgt. Joseph A.
Kbler. who was later promoted
to lieutenant He complained
that while' all Newark police re-
ci ivi d 12 paid holidays per j i
with additional time e>fi charged
against accrued overtime pay
the city's 25 Jewish policemen
;.-,ei an additional six rel
ious hi lidavs annually w
loss I overtime pay which, ht
said i nabled the m te. an $2C
more each year than non-Je
policemen.
Tl" Ne wark Shomrim Sot i< ty
an organization o! Ji wish po!i
mei ass< rti d that a similar
overtime ; ractice had been ap-
plied to Christian policemen
when they took off for such re-
1 so v an s as > nn
ion i n akfasts and participation
in Holy Name parades. Both I.t.
Elder and the- Shomrim Soe \ I I
expressed dissatisfaction with
the' court's rulings a;.d both said
[ they may appeal Hie de cision.
Lcs s E>o.bles Rates
Or. S?wpnver*?s To Mideast
'<] j' I.' i WNS I Jc >',:. -
ol ;.. d< -. the British insuran
firm, has i I ed its maritime
insurance rat* on shipments to
li: Egypt Jordan. I a I
an Syria 1 n increase, from 70
ts to $1.40 pel $240 worth of
I Is th< third rate' hike since
the t-Day War.
Th< last increase followed Is-
rael's Dic. 28 laid on Beirut
A.:- i : I ane re-si th< Isi Be li
pconci additional $l,85.714
per n i itl I rding to the- Is-
raell Maiitirra Shippers Confer-
ence The gn pi lans to discuss
<.::: '. Lloyd's.
Hebrew University Physics Lab
DenonsfOf New Invention
JERVl (JTA) The
nei boratories at
the Hebrew 1 nity 'his week
. a new invention
in ( : s lar cells as an
lourci i ifficials Bald
!.. batl :". w hich are
inexpensh costing a!>out $20
each an re i dy In ium .is warn-
I o^ roads and dang< i -
( ..- pi sse s.
kneti i shown was
a device ei ab'.ing blind typists
;:. results of their
' .. Itl out the akl of a
Bighted person, Prof. Zvi Tabor,
le ael of the laboratories, said.
pant set in washable
polyester knit
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Friday, August 1, icgg
Economic Leaders Meet In Israel
By EI.IAHI SALI'ETER
JERUSALEM In April of
39t>. alter <' tailed preparation,
4V) hmMlW Jew ish busim-ssmen.
Industrialists. conormsts and
t-a- km- in>m abroad mot in Je-
rusalem to discuss plans for
ir.assive participation of the Di-
a.->i-ora in the economic devrlop-
m t of Israel an toward financial inikiK-ndence.
During the last week of June
t^i- y ..!. about 230 of the same
1< aders mostly members of on.
i ; 24 spwrieltad eommit?
ft up at tl). erigfaiaJ confer' |
- convened atain in J. ratalem.
i with their EsneU coun-
they reviewed the
; to and fall ires of
- -
En others, til
- ow ly v..

I
I
h [mi I Re-
irp. i).. I sion
> : ns which
HIM I : : I i
I v Ul
' and saved
.:.ts n; :
N '. .' ,,s the I'
1
Baron Ednnnj) tk' Rothschild,
estatlish.-d.
The most interest injr devatop-
nurt mm tn< shift from invest-
ment, pan and simple, to what
was originally perceived as com-
plementary benefits. When the
late Prime Minister Levi Kshkol
f l enoe, before the SL\-Day
War when Israt I's nonumic
growth uas siov ir.L' down, and
afTerwards u hen Israel's victory
stirr< nev. cODOmi bit
among Jews abroad, the focus
was on Emooti way for
;-be invcstois. The 24
:" committe. -; -till,
b; the \\*\x > ontt n i \-
I.i i i js clearing h
additional in-
I .
V. t of tiv M vni

I .' 1 "- t0
I
(Tilti..
et was red
lion. Delegal wei in June
about $_'" million has
been full) ibed so far.

ever, is bettei
! > puty Fit
Minister Zvi Dinetein. H' point-
ed duI ii.at annu.il new ind
trial Invnstment rose ironi S71
million in iiiT t.. Sl^> million
in 1968 and is expected to reach
OTO million this year. Thi
inal target for 1969 ivaa J200-
S215 million. Dr. Dinsteb) be-
lievoa that Israel could increase
the rate of m w lal in-
vestment from SS5-T0 million
annually to an increment of 160-
S100 million each ; r the
me of tin ;! di ig year.
While i:< w funds foi I
fell somewhat behind :
tin n was uaexpi i
''' (X"
peel it to yield onh fringe un<-
:: :; ml in-
flux ul experts with know-how
In some fields which several
years ago were thought to be
i rei ch for a country of
itrial ca-
pacity. Cm at advances were
made in local and fort ign mar-
ki ting; d< 1< gati t to tb< rei nl
>.:.; renci wer lold thai (list i i-
hution networks abroad were
now ready to market mot Is-
goods tl industry
is y. t ready to t xport. Notable
i was n a in i
llOg lor new il ,!..-
ii production planning tnel
Meat progress ha* beep
in foods, textiles, fashions,
and sci. no -based Indus,
The results in m< tai
tries and printing Induttrk
th. other hand, were diaa|
1-ick of progress in
industries, presumably, by
itments and t-< hnicai ;,ii-
vances in civilian industries only.
It iv believed that in this field,
as wi li as in eh eti onics.

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*Jewist noridfiaun
Pacje 3-E
Jacob Goren Joins Israel Tourist Office
Jacob Goren lias been aj>[>ointed head office of the Jewish National
b) Hm Israel Government Tourist Fund in Jerusalem, where he serv-
Olfie. as assistant director of the ed in the publicity and public rela-
Snuthern Region office, located in tions department. When he was.
Atlanta, Ga. transferred to the Jewish Agency
Mr. Goren. who was born to a in Jerusalem, ho served as per-
sonal secretary to Moshe Kol. who
was at that time the head of Youth
Aliyah. When Mr. Kol was later
made Minister of Tourism. Mr.
Goren was appointed director of
that office.
Mr. Goren's wife and four chil-
dren live with him in Atlanta.
Whfii Julius Caesar entered Ju-
(U-ii in IH K.C.K.. he dealt vary
kindly with tin- Jewish population.
He revised long moribund codes to
Jewish advantage and safeguarded
Jewish freedom of worship. He In-
stalled several prominent Jews as
administrators and judges. (JTA)
In lit.S'J, Benjamin Cardo/o of
New York became the second Jew
appointed to the I'nited States Su-
preme Court when he was named
i>> President Herbert Hoover. He
was a liberal and was regarded as
a brilliant interpreter of the Con-
stitution. He died in 1938 at the
age of GH. (JTA)
Holy Day Services At Agudath Israel Are Announced
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave.. Miami
Beach has announced that High
Holy Day liturgical services will be
conducted by Cantor Rabbi Morris
Fruchter in the main sanctuary.
assisted by Dr. Ever.
The cantor at the services con- l and Hebrew.
! ducted for the overflow in the so-
cial hall of the Hebrew Institute at
! 7451 Collins Ave., will be assisted
I by the youngest rabbi in America.
! Rabbi Shalom Noehum Ever, who
I will deliver the sermons and lead
the reanonsive leadings in Knglish
Rabbi Ever extends a cordial
Invitation to all those whose fi-
nances prevent their attendance at
Synagogue services to reserve
seats for services at the Hebrew
Institute's social hall.
JACOB GOREN
Hassfc family in Tel Aviv in
]928i received his basic education
in a Talmudic Seminary then-. He
was a member of the underground
during the British Mandate in Pal-
estint and was imprisoned tor
more tban two years.
In 1934, Mr. Goren joined flic
The Board of Directors, Faculty and Student Body of
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Friday. Auaiut 1, 1951
New Fc-.i-.i3rs o: MoUBl Sinai Hospital, honored for their
contributions o: Sou.COO to the institutions S20 milUon
medical rental raaipaign. are Max Witz (leff1 and Nathan
Evans. Mr. Witt .s z member of the Chicago Board of
Trade, while Mr. Evans is a retired textile manufacturer.
Rabbi Jacb Kabakoff Officiates At Beth David
P.abbi Jacob Kabakoff of Now
York Clt) the Beth
David pulpit during the absence of
Rabbi Sol La- iau who will be
touring I>ra '. and Karj^' with a
group of Beth Davtdites for most
ot the month of August.
A Professor >'. Hebrew Litera-
ture at the Unit dty of the City
of New York. Dr. Kabakoff for-
merly was Dean of the College of
Jewish Studies. Cleveland. Ohio.
He is among the cel?brated native
American Hebrew writers and his
contributions in the literary field
have their own bibliography. Both
his rabbinical and doctoral degrees
have been awarded by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
Chai Chapter Card Party
Chai Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a card and games
party in the Sephardic Temple.
645 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, at
8 p.m. Sunday.
Religious School
Sets (lamp Classes
j, !. s.-hool
.. [sra< of
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.ram which will take eev-
ral ts. grades 1
tting for
gular K
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area." be said, "havi shown that
one of th- n 061 x tting and mean-
_: pn grama it n igioua -duca-
1. cam;.;:, retreat where
si identa teachers lueaton and
rabbi.- live I m a rustic
camp setting for a weekend of
idy and play He pointed out
that this is particularly so for th<
iie-day school which is thus en-
abled to provide many more hours
of educational experience thar.
usual.
A trained camp expert himself.
Cantor Bornstein said that the
transfer of classes from the inner
city synaeogue to a more rural
setting was more than just a
rhaner or ntrnnsphere "The pro-
eram must be geared to the set-
ting or it !os- < its value." he said.
"Our efforts in the past have
proven so effective that the lead-
ership of Temple Israel is now
starching for a permanent retreat
site in order to carry on this kind
of program at every grade level."
Miami Beach High School itudeatt scored high in the
recent county tod* saay rontesl run by the Advert:
Club of Qfeatei Miami Receiving rash awards from the
Miami Bead) High ipoaaoi American Savings and Loan
Association o: Miami Beach are left to right' How-:;:
Lundy, honorabi? mention; Joseph Gobowitz. 3rd pkirre
Leila Zer.der'.ar.i. 2nd 0.3re: Carol Fenster, honorable
mention: and Qayle Dttip 1st place. Vice President J.M
Lelchuk of American Serving* is shown at right The stu-
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Economic Leaders Meet In Israel
Conrimwd from Pe 2-8
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As a result of the folio
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and new industries; to Im-
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United Order of True Sisters
Marks 153rd Anniversary
The United Order of True Sis-
t< rs. Miami Lodfce 43, will join the
rational service organization in
observance of the 153rd anniver-
sary of its founding Wednesday at
the Forte Towers, 100 West Ave.,
Miami Beach. Mis. Arthur L. I.- .
t.resident of the Miami Chajter,
has announced.
General chairman of True Sis-
t< is Day is Mrs. Joe Barchan: Mn
Faith Buschelle will assist with the
program arrangements.
The United Order of True Sis-
ters, which is engaged in a year
around program of combating
cancer in South Florida, has estab-1
Mated radio isotope laboratories at
Mount Sinai and Cedars of Leba-
non hospitals. Donations of the j
service club to Variety Children's
Hospital hav< totaled more than
$70,000 in equipment and eash, in-
cluding an X-ray therapy unit and
e nuclear Magnascanr.er, used to
(Meet the presence of cancer.
Members of the order also pre-
pare more than 10.00 dressings
yearly for the American Cancer
Society, which are then distributed
tc indigent cancer patients.
The members work every Thurs-
day as volunte-ers in the tumor
c.in.i .it Variety, and conduct fund
Raising events year round to suj-
~po:t ihtir programs. Variety Chil-
4-tfrie- True Sisters by inscribing a
;I>Minguished Service j-iaque to
permanent installation in tht I
'pitjil's Prince Philip Hail < : H. -. t
London Symphony
In Berlioz Concert
The baton of the London Sym-
phony Orchestra passes to Miami's
Alain Lombard on the occasion of
the Centennial Berlioz Concert, to
be given in Daytona Beach Aug. 9
Lombard, who at 28 is the con-
ductor of the Greater Miami Phil-
l harmonic, is ix-rhaps the youngest
man to direct a leading symphony
orchestra in the- United States.
The premie-re concert cf the
London Symphony Orchestra in
the Miami Beach Auditorium
; Tuesday evening will be conducted
! by Andre Previn.
Metropolitan Opera star Phyllis
j Curtin. who is I-a Scala's prima
soprano, and violinist Walter
Trampler will be' featured in the
i Berlioz concert under Mr. I.om-
'< bard's direction.
Beth Toy Registration
Hebrew classes and membership
registration will be o|-n at Temple
Beth Tov beginning Sunday from
9 a.m. te> noon and evenings from
7 to 9 p.m. except Sabbath week-
ends.
The Marilyn Aronovitz Memo-
rial Award tor Poetry, offered by
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Alpor, has been j
awarded to Angela Kngland Smith |
for her poem, "Goodnight, My
Dear."
Mrs. Lillian Grant took second
prize with her poem, 'Girl Gradu-
ate." and third prize went to Har-
I riet Gray Blackwell for "Scven-
< teen."
A scholarship fund for a student
Spinoza Forum
Lecture Topics
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education meets every Thurselay
from 10 a.m. to noon in the audi-
1 torium of the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
, Beach.
Among the subjects to be dis-
cussed are "What You Should
Know About Your Back," which
will be the topic Aug. 7: "Heael-
BChes: Why You Have Them." on
Aug. 21. and "The Care of Your
1 Skin" on Aug. 28.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will be
i the lecturer and at each meeting
a brief biography of some great
personality will be given by Thom-
as Davidoff.
who plans te> be a nurse or to work
in any related ljtld has been es-
tablished in memory of Marilyn, a
native of Miami Beacn who died
shortly after her graduation from
Miami Beach Senior High School,
through the Dane County Junior
College Foundation.
NOW Mans Day Core For
Children of Working Mothers
NEW YORK (WNSi Tht
National Council of Jewish
Women plans tc establish a net-
work of day care centers on
factory premises, both to pre-
pare pre-sche.ei] children from
poverty areas for school attend-
ance and to give their mothers
a chance tc seek ar.d hold jobs.
The program calls for centers
in factories, churches, stores and
hospitals, with local NCJW
groups providing funos for reno-
vation and equipment of the
sites and volunteei personnel to
staff the m. Funds will also be
sought from federal, state and
local governments and the com-
munity. Fees will depend on the
income of the working mother.
mes. AKimn in
Or Olom Breakfast
Meeting Planned
The Brotherhood of Temple Or
Olom ai!I hold its regular monthly
membership breakfast meeting at
930 a m. Sunday at the temple,
87">5 SW 16th St.. followed by
films featuring the highlights of
the' 19f>8 Miami Dolphin games.
Ralph Pirate], financial secre-
tary, has been elected president of
the Florida Region of the National
Federation ot Jewish Men's Clnhs.
Al Glieberman has been elected
recording .secretary' and AI Solo,
rrespe riding secretary.
Maccabee Lodge Meets
The luncheon club of Maicabee
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will meet in
the Southgate Carriage Room on
Wednesday. George Kotkins will
, speak on the topic "Jewish De-
fense League," program chairman
1 Lewis Askwyth has announced.
Betty Albert Honored
Members of the Sisterhood of
Temple Tifereth Jacob of Hialeah
paid tribute to Mrs. Betty Albert
recently by giving a luncheon in
her honor. Mrs. Albert has de-
voted many years of service to the
Sisterhood, the Temple and the
community.
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FORTV-THKKK YKARS OF MARRIED LIFE
So they ceWBrACed. Bca Weinstein and her
hatband, r. M. (or "to i. as everyone calls himi
v.ho have been married 13 years, were offered a
tiip to Europe as an anniversary present from
their son. Phil, who said, "If you don't go now.
when will you go?" Red accepted, then asked
ilia, "What are you going to do?" She went, too.
First they visited their daughter, Paula, now
Mrs. Herbert Katz, and grandchildren Debt i and
David in Woodmere, NY., then they went on to
have a wonderful anniversary trip a regular
Swingers Tour. After rushing a-, uhd like mad,
almost everyone on the i>ms closed their eyes and
rested, Boa's dislike for Germany was an inborn
prejudice. Tim roads were a dream, the land-
scape well taken cue ol and the gtrudel deli-
c i-. Imt she disliked il anyhow. In Austria the
landscape and her feelings changed. Red kept
snapping pictures. He hid a Polaroid, s,> they
could see them right off. The Palace Schonin-un
with its beautiful fountains was magnificent.
Boa s,.id all of the long lasting treasures of
royalty made her wonder whether democracy is
lest. After all, who is going to veine at modern
art? In Rome, she looked in vain for any beauti-
ful Romans, didn't see any hlondes or anyone
netting pinched. Listening to Bea describe her
trip, Florence, Paris. London and other places
was just as wonderful as listening to one of her
book reviews.
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Alex I Dr. to yotn and his Ruthic went
sailing with Artie and Ks-;ie Adlar in their boat,
which Sleeps four. Alex helped l>ut the sails up
and down. They had hot dogs and l*an.s cooked
in the galley, They left in th<> late afternoon, and
went out in the bay. past Key Bisrayn\ They
saw Stiltsvilte, tlvs^ gorgeous homes built on
stilts out in the water and only accessible by-
boat. They sailed past President Nixon's house,
which was all lighted up. a bright light flashing
all around the presidential estate, and Coast
Guard hoat.s patrolling .1! around. It was calm,
quiet and peaceful under sail on the water.
P:-eamlike.
PLKASANT NEWS
Dr. and Mn. Sherman Kaplan have a bis
family and there is always something nice to
celebrate. Their family dinner at the Crystal
H mse the other night was to welcome Gladys
Kaplan and her new husband, Robert J. Herman
home from a hone\mo>n in Las Vegas. Mr.
Herman iv from Louisville, which Gladys says is
a lovely, friendly town. Among the parties given
lor them was one for over 400 guests, hosted by
Mr. Berman's daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
and Mrs. Stanley Loesee, and his brother and
sistt r-in-law, Mi-, and Mrs. Bernard Herman.
Guests at the family dinner here Included Gladys'
boys, Bill and Bruce, and her daughter and son-
in-law, Arlene and Mai Fromberg. The Sherman
Kaplan's children. Michael and Helen. Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Schwartz. Arthur Sater. Mr. and Mrs.
ten Aberman, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Haven.
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berman (Gladys' mother
hut no connection in the n imesl had a delightful
evening.
FOILED ACi.YIN
I went to the Miss Universe Pageant, but
again, none of the girls I picked were in the
finals. You can see better at home on TV, but
the excitement at the Miami Beach Auditorium
is just great. June Lockhart, Lassie's "mother,"
was upon the balcony talking away, but although
the audience could natch her as she faced the
cameras, they couldn't hear a word she said.
Sylvia Friedman, executive chairman of host-
esses, would sit beside her husband, Phil, for a
moment, then flit away again to see that every-
thing went smoothly. Dr. Mark C'irlin. whose
wife. Emily, was a hostess, and Ir\ing Kisen.
husband of Libby, wen- also pressed into service.
Sitting together were Mrs. Michael Horwitz and
Mrs. A. A. Simbcrg. Their husbands were also
sitting together -watching the pageant on TV
at Dr. Horwitz' home and Iwbysilting the Hor-
witz children. Franklin, Jerry and Sandtord
(who wouldn't have to be sat with) and Andrea.
Son Stephen is honeymooning in Kurope with his
wife. Joni. Other people siK>tte,i in the Celebrity
Circle vvrre Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thai, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Riido and daughter, Mrs. Barbara
Rado. Mr. and Mis. Aaron Farr, Mr. and Mrs.
Rocky Pomerance, Mr. and Mn. A. Kason, Mrs.
William Wickman. Councilman and Mrs. Joseph
Malek. Mayor and Mrs. Jay Dormer, and Coun-
cilman and Mrs. Mai Englander.
France* lehriaft
rKavci and Express Their Sinveresl Condolences
TO MR. KAOfAN WODONOS and FAMILY
On The Loss Of His Wife,
MRS. FEIGA WODONOS
r^avvi ^/rcrahavn Regional Director Of Merkos VOnei Chinueh
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I ME. KALMAN WODOJSOS and FAMILY
On the Loss of His Wife, MRS. FEIGA WODONOS
4^/Vlcnasna President of Oholei Torah Day School
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Mr. 8 aim an Wodonos and Family on the Loss
Of HIS WIFE, MRS. FEIGA WODOJSOS
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Friday. August 1, 1969

Debbie Orimland And Joel Nagler Are j
Honeymooning In Israel And Europe
Debbie Orimland. daughter of
Kabbi nd Mrs. Gimpt-I Orimland.
540 W. 31st SI.. Miami Beach, was
married to. Jo. I Nai;ler, son of Mr.
DOROTHY
Dorothy I Mrs. Louis) AJper has led a most interesting
life, full >f unusual and exciting experiences. When she
was onlv five lays old. her father. Solomon Weissmen. a
Polish citizen about to be drafted into the Russian army,
left her. her older sister and then- mother. Ida, to ro to
America. When they came to join
him in Detroit throe years later.
Mrs. Weissman brought five other
children besides her own to their
families in America. Dorothy was
ft eling ill and running a high tem-
perature when they arrived at cus-
toms, and her mother was scared
to death they wouldn't be allowed
to enter. So she explained to the
three-year-old. and tucking her un-
der her voluminous skirt, whisked
her into her new homeland. Much
to her mother's amazement. Doro-
thy remembers this vividly.
Dorothy loved everything, from the moment she rec-
ognized her Daddy from his pictures as he stood waving
frantically on the dock. He started teaching them English
right away so by the time they reached their new home,
she alrea ly knew the words for horse and carriage and
Windsor, the lights of which she saw twinkling across the
water She attended public school, and was always writing
poetry but never had the courage to show it to anyone.
All of the Jewish holidays were observed in her home, and
the lighting of the candles was the highlight of Friday
night. When they moved to Corktown. where all the resi-
dents were Irish, they had to fight them and lick them
before they were admitted to their good graces.
A graduate of the Detroit School of Pharmacy 'now
Wayne University). Dorothy, who had always been inter-
ested In science, helped set up the pharmacy at the Detroit
Home >r rh Aged. Louis, her fiance, who was interning
at that time, came over each Monday night to help her.
and the senior citizens had a fine time with them, for the)
both spoke Yiddish. After they were married, Louis did a
five-year stint with the U.S. Army. Left behind were Ins
wife and two baby daughters. Working in her own field
won!' have nvolved spending too many hours away from
her children, so Dorothy opened a children- shop in th-'
Fish ; Hd ; > well she K>n op .inch in
Grosse Point
im home from the service and op ned his
office m -came to busy that Dorothy couldn't sleep for
worrying tboul his verd Ing. That's why they decided I i
move to Florida where the living is suppos I to be more
li Isur "; .: so they thought. (At least th, re are no night
nous .....ezing weather with snow five feet deep.)
Their tti me with them t<> Miami. Rita, the
. [desl nvith her husband, Herbert Sherman and
thi Ir foui li '.. Davi'. i-i iren, Barbara and Richard, in
Somerville, N Sandra ind hei husband. Tod Berrigan,
are the parents of two, David and Kate. The Alpers'
youngest Mimi attends Tufts University tor Women in
Jacks n Voted the m 1 outstanding girl at Palmetto High
School, she ilso received an award for outstanding juir-
nallsm from Bill Baggs and was runner-up for a Silver
Knight award
After they bought a house and settled down. Dorothy
liocame active in the NCJW, was one of the founders of
the South Miami Hospital Women's Auxiliary and started
the Youth Group at Temple Beth Am. A poetry lover, she
1 "k a course taught by Vivian Laramore. and was in-
spired by the new people she met as well as by the teacher.
She wrote her thoughts daily and then polished them into
poetry ind has accumulated enough for a volume of poetry
- but tha' is in the future. She belongs to the Aes-alapian
Society ud is a member of the Academy of American
Poetry and the Georgia Poetry Society. She has been
president of the Laramore-Rader Poetry Group for the
past two yean. She had never had the courage to accept
a presidency b.'fore. but her husband encouraged her to
try it.
Shortly itter she became president, the Alpers de~i led
lhat Dorothy should take complete charge of her husband's
office and its staff of secretaries and nurses, relieving the
doctor of details and giving him more time for his patients
end for adl ;. This arrangement gives Dorothy more
opportunty to be with her husband They go out to lunch
together ind go to regular "dating" restaurants at least
twice a week. It's vary romantic. They low* to dance, and
were Kotheque goers First nighten at the Ring
Theater the) ilso idore the Chamber Theater where the
place .- rowde I thai lUdtence actually han:;s from the
Cribi lot m to swim, and he loves steam baths and
he's had a lot if fun pluming a "steam bath tour" of
Europe Th Japanese, Swiss and Finns each have a differ-
ent t; ;- it im bath.
Dorol ind L>u belong to an evvry-other-Thursduy-
lughl roup and have moved from their house to a
doubl ipartmenl in the Village. acros from Dadeiand. A
eree *rily by their house They iiv<- to
out. ind I good way-Sunday Brunch.
Al... I'm .!'> has been experimenting with
the cooking ind freezing >f low calorie dinners. She used
Vti; ipicea in her Calorie Kitchen" dinners.
en.j ; -vry month to see how the food was affected
by the [( WOUld have been a terrific business, but 1-ou
would rath r she would be primarily his wife.
Wern< i--KhIih
MRS. JOfl NAGltK
and Mrs. Morris Nag' r. 925 NW
175th St. in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi Abraham Korf in the
Caribbean Hotel. Miami Beach, at
^ p.m. Sunday. July 27. A recep-
tion followed at the hotel.
A Hilh I Foundation member, the
bride is a graduate ol Oakcrest
High School, Mays Landing. N.J..
and attended the University of
Miami. Hi r husband, a graduate of
Miami Norland Senior Hijrh School,
is a senior at the University ot
Miami, where he ii majoring in
chemistry as a ;>r--n- d ituoTit.
He is a past president of Alpha Phi
Omega national service fraternity,
and a past vice president ol HI
Foundation.
Reva Orimland sen i as maid
honor for her s:si n
chosen a bridal gown of white
pcau de soie with lac* bodi
a bouquet of white orchids. Brides-
maids were Linda Seltz ar i Vicki
Milner. Valerie Nagler and Laurel
Nagler were juni>r bridesmaids.
Bst man was Leonard Nagler,
the groom's brother. Rickey Nag-
ler. Bruce Nagler ar. l Malcolm
Nagler served as ushers
The Naglers will live In Miami
Beach when they return from a
honeymoon in Europe and Israel.
Muriel Naurison To
Marry Norman Klein
The engagment of Muriel Nauri-
son to Norman Kiein '.as been
announced by her father, Hr-rhrt
Naurison. 802 SW 27tn Rd. Th?
bride-elect is the granddaughter of
long-time Miami resident Mrs. Eva
Recce.
Miss Naurison and h r fiance,
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Klein. 2271 SW 25th
Ter., plan to be married in Oc-
tober.
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Toe bride, who was attended hy
her sister-in-law. Lois Plotkin. as
matron of honor and bridesmaids
Joan Schaffel and Harriet Gross-
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| her brother. Richard Plotkin. Tn.'
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MIS. XtRlOD I. CYPRESS
Helen Merger And
Harold Cypress
Exchange Vows
Helen Marjorie Berger and Har-
old L. Cypress exchanged their
wedding vows Sunday, July 27. In
a cetvmor.v in the Algiers Motel.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida, the hriil'1 is the
daughter ol Mrs. Ann G. Bcrger,
7301 E. Tr- .--sure Dr., Miami Reach.
Her husfcand, the son of Mrs.
Beulah Cyj rtss. 7221 SW 13th St.
graduated from Southwest High
School befi enrolling in the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he is an
honor student, majoring in Sys-
tems Engineering. He is a member
of Alpha Pi Mu engineering hon-
orary. Pi Mm Epsilon mathematics
honorary, and Pi Lambda Phi so-
cial frat< :-.:iy.
Mr. and Mrs. Cypress will spend
their nor ymoon in Palm Beach
and Jamaica returning to Gaines-
ville to live.
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A R:30 p.m. Sunday ceremony in
th. Deauville Hotel, Miami Biach.
united Susan Karen Wolf and
I'ii;.-i Joel Scheinberg in marriage
July 27 Rabbi Simon April offici-
ated .-! th< nuptia's, which were
f< I'owi il by a reception and dinner
in the Napoleon Room of the hotel.
Thi u Mis. Scheinberg, who
will teach elementary school this
fall, graduated cum laude from the
University of Miami, where she
served as president of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority. Her parents, Mr.
ami Mrs Leonard Wolf, are resi-
.! nts ol Lakeland. Kla.
Her husband, the son of Mrs.
Temple Emanu-El Scene Of July 26
Linda Rabinowitz-Stephen Zack Rites
t
Werner-Kal>i
MRS. Btt/Cf WtI SCMflNtMG
Bttt\ Scheinberg, *j0 nl 182nd I
St.. North Miami Beach, and Her-
tx rt Scheinberg of Atlanta. Ga.. is
a.-, a graduate ol the University
ol Miami when he was a member
i. Tail Epsilon Phi fraternity and
i Big Brother ol Delta Phi Epsilon
s> rarity. Mr. Sch< inberg will enter
the University ol Miami Law
^< hool In t!ii fall.
The formal gown chosen by the
' id was ol candlelight silk peau
si ii styled on Empire lines
with a high scalloped neckline and
scalloped sleeves; its bodice
Islccus were of reembroidered
npo I ri French \lencon lace, em-
l fllis nd with tiny seed pearls and
lettis A n atching Alencori
i I iihanci d the front ol the
V-lim kirl ai d exti nd d into a
full circular train with inserts of
Hi four-lit n d lull-length
\ II nl silk illuiion was hi Id by a
"ami lot !u adpii ce ol matel in
Lui and si d |n ai Is.
Laurie Well was maid of honor
foi her sister; the bridesmaids in-
cluded the bride's cousin. Deborah
Diner, (.'yd Scheinberg and Ceil
.-', '>, inberg, the gioom's sisters.
Koslyn Slesnick and Mrs. Max
, Cohen, One ol the bride's brothers.
i Robert Wolf, served as best man.
Another brother. Michael Wolt.
Ki nneth BeHen, Robert Greene.
1 Michael Linet and Jay Wagman
s, ivi d as ushers.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica.
Mr. and Mrs. Scheinberg will live
in South Miami.
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MRS. SHHOOH NU1 MCTZGM
Eileen F. Green
Becomes Bride Of
Sheldon Metzger
Eileen Frances Green became
the bride of Sheldon Neat Metzger
at 8:33 p.m. Saturday, July 26. in
the Dupor.t Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Sol
Landau officiated at the ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
at the hotel.
A life member of Hillel B'nai
B'rith Girls, the bride, who gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High
School and attended Miami-Dade
Junior College, is t.ie daugnter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Green, 10315
X. Kendall Dr. Her husband, the
son of Mr. and Mrs Leo Metzger,
245 N'K 191st St.. attended Miami-
Dade Junior College after gradu-
ating from Edison Senior High
School.
Th-- new Mrs M >tzger was at-
tended by Mrs. Ronald Feingold,
matron of honor, and brid aids
Mrs. Richard Portnoy, Mrs. Errol
Eisinger and Judith Richardson.
Barrj Metzger 1 the gro >m
as best man; isnp were Harold
Metzgei. B ,-. ; I; a d Pa
Green.
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Miami Beach High School and the
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served as president of Alpha Ep-
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Helen Strauss served as maid of
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Howard Greenstien. Bridesmaids
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Hilene Kornstlen, Jill Zack and
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Susan Wasserstrom, and the junior
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Mark Zack was best man; the
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' Steve Goldstien. Ron Waldorf.
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[ ville after a honeymoon in New
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^Jenisii tkrkMajn
Friday, August 1, 1969
Virki Cohen To Be
Mrs. Joel Solkoff
Dr. and Mrs. Saul Cohen an-
iuocc the engagement (if I
"'liter. Vicki Ruth, to Joel Ezra
ilkoff, son of Mrs. Miriam P.
- hmerlernof HbHywood and Isa-
'iv Solkoff, Miami.
The bride-elect, who is a era lu-
c c)f McDuffli 's School for Girls
i i Springfield, Mass., graduated
'" Barnard College in June.
-in- is presently a technician in
Department of Pediatrics at
Columbia Presbyterian Medical
I ,1'iT in New York City,
Mr. Solkoff graduated from Co-
mbia College in June and will
. >ntinue his study in the Graduate
iculties' Department of History
i olumbia I'. iv< rsity.
Tin wedding date has been se1
I All};. 10.
Local ite Awarded
Air Force Medal
Senior Mnsti r Sergeant William
Levenson. the son of Mr.: and Mrs.
i avid Levenson, 1501 HE Miami
Gardens Dr., North Miami Beach,
has received the U.S. Air Force
Commendation Medal for merito-
rious service as noncommissioned
officer in charge oi safety division,
mi h Bombardment Wing at Rob-
ins Air Force Base, Ga.
M Sgt. Levenson, who is now an
aircraft maintenance superintend-
ent at Takhli Royal Thai AFB,
Thailand, received the medal citing
him for outstanding professional
skill, initiative and l adershipfrom
Michael C. Horgan, commander of
the 355th Tactical Fighter Wing.
Two Elected By j
United Bancshar es
Frank Smathers Jr.. chairman
,-i the board of United Bancshaivs
of Florida, inc., has unnuu*ci*i twu
election ol William J. Kins. Jr. as
its assistant s. ci tarj and assist-
ant trcasun i. and the namin
Hans P.. rgn n to the position of
assistant vice president in the in-
stallment loan department.
Mr. Kin: is m nor \ i- e pn sident
and a director ol Bancshares'
Coral Gabl.s First National Hank,
a post in which ho will continu as
In ad ef the commercial loan de-
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shopping strip, famous restaurants, glamorous Beach hotels,
fishing piers, charter boats KVKRYTI IIN'C. for living PRES-
IDENTIAL style. Then' just isn't anything finer ANYWHERE.
.
Enjoy tomorrow -. living
TOUAV
"Like in air ( Satisfaction"
with
GENERAL
ELECTRIC
appliance*
Studios and 1 Bedroom
1 Bath AptS Available
.


Friday, August 1. 1969
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Page 1 IB
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MAGNIFICENT NEW RENTAL HI-RISE
For details call Mrs. Marguerite Engstrom
373-1617
IffirERLACMH FLORIDA
( BASS CAPITAL OF THE WORLD)
i/M ACRE $
yi% HOMESITES
MULTIPLE QUANTITIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES
FULL
PRICE
In'. '3 t/M
EASY TERMS ARRANGED! :BiTSzZ........
come m. w>it coupon an Cil l 373-6531
j WEM REALTY, :
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Play tennis to your heart's content on lighted courts. Absolutely free. Al-
ways plenty of partners ready to join you. Beginners welcome! Move in
June 1st. You'll be glad you did.
ONLY A FEW LEFT
Minutes From:
Ocean beaches 3 mm,
B.I Harbour shops 2 min.
lay Harbor islands 2 min.
Surfside shopping 3 min.
iscayne IN. 2 min.
1-95 5 min.
ONE-TWO BEDROOM
RENTAL BARGAINS
LUXURY FEATURES
Acoustical Soundproofing
Wall-to-wall carpeting
Color-coded baths
Color-coded kitchens
Private lanai balcony
Olympic pool Sundeck
Health Club, two Saunas
ONE
BEDROOM
1! 2 BATH
TWO
BEDROOM
2 BATH
TSOrNCANA p>ouJl, d.ip'oyi n>t
$185
$244
MEDALLION HOME AWARD
... (he halln'OiK o' ec"f".e m modem Ni'ifl t'tUmo"/'
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Etcc'ic troi lood d shv.'o:her*
Eltc'' c v o'er htoler lor obindunl not 0'f
laroe Iro'.t frrr 2 door, tVcVic refrigerator
Central In j"d>. Rooms wi'h woihers o- J d vi
on each I'oor
i.'I Hoi'wponer wiring i'l- p't"'; ol i ''-'
o-d oirtlch
C!sfi t:fCTP;c
AmiANCH
1800 SANS SOUCI BLVD.
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1577
ONE & TWO BEDROOM
MODELS NOW OPEN!
_
"THE W
Garden Apartments
~ 1 and 2 bedroom with balcony from $165
Renting For Nov. '69
X.
W*" Open 1
1 2375 HE.
Natural umpoilcd jetting
bordering Greynolds Pork
AirCond. / MX Dnhwashtr
Appliances by ^BP' Pool and Recreation Bldg
Rental Offices on Premises
Open 10 A.M. 5 P.M. daily including Sun.
2375 HE. 173rd St., North Miami Beach 143-3431

FRANCHISE
OPPORTUNITY
Greet Money making potential
American Moid otters high profits A younq for.t growiig
oigcnnation. Will train in every phase of operation
Investment as low cs SIS.500, Terms ovoiiobie sue
cess assured.
Contact American Moid Consolidated
Mr Hawkins 929-1066 Hwd.
Mr. Rennie 927-1724 Hwd.
Management Problems
Local Market Problems
D.shonest Managers
Total Deposil Made??
Is the Weekly Report True1?
5
Vacation
3 Time is
Fun Time!
iNOWIS THE TIME TO BUY
AMERICA'S #1 COVER FOR
/YOUR PICKUP
A model jus! right for YOU! This is
tiie best buy .. t it's the
best made at a surprisingly lood
once. Camping. I shine, I
traveling, you it: n-oic tun out ot it
with out [ :'es.
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CHOOSER
ONE NOW
fifttsJm 1M*K*
CUTAWAY
ier~?**6-K^^-
SPORTS PICKUP COVER COVER
come N0LEN FAMILY CAMPERS
IN
f TODAY! 8812 SW, 131 St.
233-1729
Also Pick up Ca.tiperj ana Travel Trai/ers
WRITE OR CALL FOR FREE BROCHURE
GOULDS SUPERMARKET
Equal opportunity area. S 8 OO. 000 grom,
S32.O00. net 150 on U.S. 1. 8.000 sq. ft. CBS
building 7 years old. Includes complete 2 boy Pure
Oil filling station. 50 car parking lot. Price just re-
duced S100.000. Now priced at cost of buildings
and VA acres of lend. Stock and equipment free.
Absentee owner miiit sell this week to cover com-
mitments in Alabama.
Contact C. P. Whiteley
The Keyes Co., Realtors
10101 S. D.ie High.ny -
6675603 Rn.nrncr 667 377-
ABSENTEE FLORIDA INVESTORS!!
Ojr turn will assume full responsibility toi ttie total manage-
ment o( your hrni in South Pionda. You can rely on certified
reports of your business Irom a professional management cor-
poration devoted exclusively to business management in this
area. Our employees on our payroll report to us. We analyze
by daily contact and report to you.
YOU CAN FORGET ABOUT
Personnel Problems
Competition Problems
Where is the Manager"
Is the Business Open'''
Is it Accurate??
ABSENTEE OWNER
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
P O BOX 4343 10* BAYVIIW tUILDING
FOBT LAUDERDAU. FLORIDA 33304 PHONf 303-S6S-S464
ZL
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HEY
LOOK 'EM
OVER!
SEE OUR COMPLETE
1M0F
SEABIRD BOATS
"DADE COUNTY'S O'UY
SEABIRD DCAi-ER'
-185
TO
-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
KIKDLY CONSULT
BILL WOLF
SEABIR3
MARINAS
17091 II3CIYME ILV3.
945-3203
DOCTORS
ATTENTION!
Doctor's Office
Waiting room, 4 treatmen-
rooms. Office, X-ray, lab ( n
dispensary, Miami Springs
PO Building, 101 Westward
Drive, S200 per Mont it wit'
lease. Mr Bugg, 751 5611.
MONEY-MAKING
OPPORTUNITY!
Are you looking for a sale;
plan thar offers a lar ie pro
fit? Become a distributo-
for Holiday Magic Co.metic
and Home Care Produt ts, ful1
or part time. Progrim in-
cludes training, sale:. a>ds
advertisinn backup. Vlodest
investment earns rerl pro
fits for you. Retail and
wholesale distributorship;
available.
Call MR. MEYER
373-5554
Weekdays
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE
FREEDOM W
Freedom to be your own
Boss, Freedom to have you-
own Business. Freedom to
work creatively. Freelom to
earn more money. rratMM
to meet interesting people
Freedom to be part of thi
Marketing plan of a multi
million dollar Co. Modest in
ventory investment bring;
you generous commissions
The rest is up to ycu! Fo-
details -
Call MR. MEYER
373-5554
WEEKDAYS
10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
OCEANFRONT
APT.-HOTEl
65 UNITS, beautifully deco
rated, in Fontainebleau area
Only $550,000 with SI 50,000
cash. High return to Owner
Operator. Call J. E. Turner
Assoc.
KEYES CO. 44th Year
Realtors 100 Biscayn : Blvd
Ph. 371-3592


Page 12-B
.kM.Ut Jl*rirfis>r
Friday. August 1. 1S63
His performance the past two
yean as vice-president in
charge of finance was instru-
mental in the recent election
of airlines executive Walter
Jure3ki as president of Junior
Achievement of Greater Miami
for 1969-70. During his tenure
as chief of finance for the
organization which teaches
teenagers how to produce pro-;
ducts and services under the
free enterprise system, dona-
tions increased by 50 percent.
Jureski is district director of
traffic end sales for Delta Aii
Lines in South Florida.
Sheridan
HELD OVER
FOR ANOTHER WEEK
''N00bOlRI7 \
' WILL IE A9MITTED i
%UNLESS MCONRMIEO/
, rfrmm.,#
ArW*cuvOJt~
rmaoR-
Written by
PHILIP ROTH
Author of
IPORTNOY'S COMPLAINT
RICHARD BENJAMIN
JACKKLUGMANALIMacGRAW
HELD OVER
"so graphic,! could have
sworn the screen was
smoking." -n.y. duv column
"If I were to describe
in detail what goes on in
'Inga', I'd get arrested."
Robert Salmaggi. WINS Radio

MARIE
LILJEDAHL
*~)Midt$kklkutoi
NOW
SHOWING
Pm-uikii
75c
'III 1 f.m
mm
Paramount I Colony
Cables \Sanny Isles A
I
JEROME BEJGEL
New Clients For
Advertising Firm
The names of new clients of
Advertising Directors, Inc.. were
recently made public by Jerry
B> .k< pn sidi nl ol th public r< -
lations agency. They include Bay-
view Tower, Tod E Batco Interior
Vh sign, Betty Da in Creations. Alex
Gibson Campers, Chatelaine. The
Clifton, Fifty-Six Sixty. Trafalgar,
and four as yet unnamed build-
IngS. The agency will ;:lso handle
Uu 1970 Senior Citizens Fair and
the 1S70 Florida Home and Apart-
ment Show.
Jerome Biopcl entered the Flor-
ida mark a l?0-ycar career as president of
a N'< w York aric rtising and public
relations agrr.cy.
Robert Parks, who serves as vice
president in charge ef sales and
media for the agency, has experi-
ence in th m wspaper display ad-
vertising field.
The GALT for a
BETTER
BAR MITZVAH
GnUllrcmiiriilp'Hold
Functions 564-8581
FORT LAUDERDALE
Film Schedule At
Wohietco Theaters
'The Love Bug." starring L>>an
Jones. Michole Lee, Dnvlrl Tomlin-
! son and Buddy Hackett begins
Friday at Wometco's Miami. 163rd
I Street, Palm Springs and Surf
Theaters, as well as the Coral Way
! Drive-In and the Plaza-Hollywood.
"The Bridge at Remagen," in
which George Segal. Ben Gaz/ara
and Robert Vaughn star, will ojx-n
Fridav at the Carlyle, Miami
Beach.
, "The Loves of Isadora." starring
Vanessa Redgrave is now showing
at the Parkway, where an added
attraction is "The Windows," with
Miami's Pat Htnning.
"Romeo and Juliet" and "Bare-
foot in the Park" are showing B.1
(he Boulevard and North Andrews
Dri\<-Ins. Fort Lauderdale. Held
| over at the Miracle In Coral Gables
is The Chairman." starring Greg-
ory Peck.
"Funny Girl" is still playing al
the Cahb. HallandaN- and Dade-
land Twin No. 2. "Oliver" is still
i'i Dadeland Twin No. I, ami the
'Gateway in Fort Lauderdale, and
, "The Lion in Winter." starring
Katherine Hepburn and Peter
O'Took*, is being featured at ttv
Byron Theater. Miami Beach.
Medley Stakes Continue
At Flagler Kennel Club
Flagler's 525.000 Kennel Medlri
; stakes enters the second round
Friday nig-ht win the Blair Broth-
ers outfit In a commanding posi-
. tion.
i
The th'rd and final qualif; in :
card is s't for Aug. 8. Accumu-
lated point totals will determine
the eight kennels among the lt<
starters who will contend for ('>
$12.!SO0 first place prize.
The Medley, a test of over-all
kennel strength, sends nta-
tive greyhounds over the 5 16 mile
spiint course, the middle disl u
Flagl'-r course. 7 16 mile Mara-
thon route and over the h irdles.
Wometco Theatres
CARIB
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SUMMER
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163-StJ MIAMI
A

LONDON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
MIAMI BEA< II \l 1)1 I oicii M
TUESDAY fVENINC. AUGUST 3
30 o'clodr
PROGRAM
I. GEORGE GERSHWIN.......................An Amtiitan in Pom
II. RICHARD STRAUSS...................Suit* horn D,r Xonntovobtr
Intermijtion
III. HECTOR BERUOZ ...'..................Ottr fur. IssrillUflS C..m
IV. GEORGE GERSHWIN............Conor! in F hi Horn, 4 Ordmha
Mr. Arviri rvm at trw Piano
Ivm^tn. Aufutt 3. 1969 at 1-10 M. Tickatt S2.93 to
46 95 On Se et BuraaM't Jordan Manh ana ..
MIAMI IEACH AUDITORIUM iOX OFFICE
ANDRE PREVIN
MmUCTM 1 PIUM Slijii'
RESERVATIONS f^^
' 444-8401
3Th AVI 7th ST
NORTHWEST
, ,'>o-nd 5hewplaci
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* Urn is #> Moritfi&r
Pacre 13-B
t

At Blue Star Camps, Hcndersonville. N.C., the youthful
governors oi the Teenage Village for the first camping ses-
sion are from left: Randy Fuerst, mayor; son of Dt. Howard
and Florence Fuerst. 914 Adams Street, Hollywood; Paulette
Fiied. mayoress; daughter of Daniel and Shirley Fried, 7651
S.W. 53rd Piece. Miami; Kenny Klein, proqram director; son
of Joseph and Roberta Klein. 2030 N.E.' 198th Terrace, North
Miami Beach; and Holly Resnick, program director; daught-
er of Mrs. Heilen Resnick of 2982 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
Pete Hellers Return From North Carolina
Tin* P't<- Hellers recently re- njo./rd the surfing and while
turned from a trip to Greensboro, David seems the most proficient
N.C., whrre they visited their surfer in the family, Suzy anil
children and grandchildren. Nancy seem to t>c tied for second
Everyone had a grand time -'"" "wp '!r" rea(,v t0 namo
Swimming and surfing, they re- them the 'Surfers of the Year'."
port The grandchildren especially say the Hellers,
EXPO'70
AND THE
ORiwr
INFORMATION
Please send ma literature, including '
. ? AIR TOURS Cl CRUISES
BURDINE'S TRAVEL BUREAU
MAIL COUPON TO: 1672 MERIDIAN CT, MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 33119




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TRAVEL BUREAU
MIAMI BEACH STORE 1672 Meridian Ct......J38-6517
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER..................945-4304
MIAMI 22 E. Flogler St........................373-1111
FT. LAUDEROALE STORE IIS S. Andrews Ave.. 525.133*
__ Operated by AMBASSADOR TRAVEL
MEN & WOMEN
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KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
IN 5 SHORT WEEKS
DAY OR NIGHT CLASSES
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COLLEGE OF AUTOMATION
12585 N.E. 7th AVE. NORTH MIAMI
759-9463 TILL 8 P.M.
"CAW UAKN WHIU UAUMM"
Ryder Guide Book
Reveals Secrets Of
Nation's Truckers
Toisi.- th o :''
miliar territory MKXfr.-
rx ii guide 1 by one r>1 i
axi ms if the highway: [f you
wai tag al, t i
t: ck< rs st >p "
Then ptlons.to the
nl course, but a new hook pub-
lished this month tells tamili is on
the road v.h. re to find restaurants
that i a siti rgasbord 24 1 i b
day for un ler $2, huge i u -hand
bi ikfasts f r $1 75, u I mol
restaurants with menus ion
parchment and offering a
bill of far
Thes -i it a (>w of 1 is -
prising fii ds in Ely I \ Family
High ij Guid p iblis led by Co-
rinthian :: liti ms rhe book iriced
at $2.95 ind distribul I by Charles
Scribner's Sons, Is a handbook of
ruck driver; n :i > f driving.
eating and resting on America's
interstate highways.
The heart of the book is a guide
to .150 outstanding truck .stops and
restaurants across the country as
selected by professional drivers,
who cover mire than 40 million
miles of highway a month. These
drivers have found where to "pay
half the price and get twice the
service." They have found restau-
rants that serve tasty meals at low
prices, breakfasts 24 hours a dav.
dinner by candlelight, homemade
bread and such other amenities as
swimming poo's and steam baths
open 24 hours a day.
The editors of the book are An-
drew Vladimir, president of the
Miami advertising agency of Vlad-
imir & Evans, who conceived the
idea for the project and brought it
to the Ryder System headquarters
hi Miami; John Hunt and Deidre
Budge, experienced travel writers,
and Leigh Culley. Ryder's director
-x>< .....:<
Dr. Judd Teller, prominent writ-
er and lecturer on Jewish
themes, here been named to
B'nai B'rith International Coun-
cil staff. Dr. Teller resigned as
executive vice-chairman of the
American Histadrut Cultural
Exchange Insti'ute, a oroa:c-n
! he initiated in 1364, to become
coordinator of B'nai B'rith in-
ternational programs. He is the
author of a number of critically
, acclaimed volumes on con-
temporary Jewish affairs, for-
. merly held executive posts with
the Jewish Agency for Israel
and Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against Ger-
many.
of advertising and public relations.
Of considerable importance to
anyone about to embark on a long
motor trip is a section of the book
devoted to driving tips from suc-
cessful professional drivers, based
on their experience.
'Suburban' Bank
Opens Downtown
Tii>' Brickell Bank, Miami'so
lowntown suburban bank, has
n; ni i its lH\ Ae-
g to V.'ivne O'lUin. PXecti-
sid i.t, the hank is one
si trp-1 i-dat and modem
facilities In the Miami area, and
nber of finan-
sses and in-
i
Sine the pattern of business
;\r..\ residential growth is constant-
ly moving toward the close-in sub-
urbs said Mr. Carlton, "we feel
th hank's location on the first
floor of the Mutual of Omaha
building on Brickell Avenue will
be a prime convenience1 for exist-
ing and future businesses, apart-
: i dwellers and homeowners in
the ni a.
The major reasons for the
... i;'s location." he added, "are
the many new office buildings and
high, rise apartments that are being
built in the general vicinity, in ad-
dition to commuters who work in
lowntown ami surrounding areas."
Besides the normal lobby hours,
the bank will have drive-in and
walk*up hours.
SPECIAL! FREE!
FOR OUR READERS!
A new edition of the fa-
mous Hebrew-English Cal-
endar.
FIND YOUR YAHRZEIT
DATES AT A GLANCE.
All Hebrew dates and
"English" equivalents (in-
cluding days of the week)
horn 1946 to the day be-
fore Rosh Hashanah, 1970.
Also important Jewish
holidays to 1973.
For your free copy, just
mention that you are one
of our readers and send a
post card or a letter re-
questing the Calendar to:
H. J. Heinz Co.
Dept. J 2, Box 57,
Pittsburgh, Pa. .15230
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Friday, August 1, 1969
New York Schools For Converts
To Judaism Now In 16th Year
Busv Schedule For '1300 Men's Club*
By BKX liAIJ.OB
The only permanent year-
round School for Converts to
tdaism in the United States
nd probably in the world has
ocorded a steady growth in en-
Bment throughout its IS
ears, from 150 candidates in
1954 to :m estimated 603 tins
ear, at its New York City sit",
lore than 1,800 non-Jews in the
New York area are known to
ave converted to Judaism in
nit decade and a half.
The school was Started by
ahhi Daniel L. Davis, director
1 the New York Federation of
teform Synagogues, an agency
f the Union ol American He-
row Congregations, the Re-
?rm congregational body. Clas-
^ are held in the chapel 0! the
House ol Living Judaism in Man-
ittan, which liotises the offices
I th. L'AHC and the Reform
Federation. The 150 candidates
f (he hool'S first year were
moiled in four classes. There
, now 11 classes annually In-
hiding three this summer. The
ii-st summer class was star'i-!
1 1965 with if students. Class
- /e is geared to th" 60-person
ipacit) of the chapel, which
iras deliberately chosen a- the
1 issroom site for its religious
-i-ndiean, e to the would-lv
>n\ ells.
in \r> ::. ihe pregnant acquired
volunteer coordinator, Mrs.
tichard M. Stern, wife of a lead-
as Reform rabbi who is still
Ctivo. i'i retirement, as a m m-
of tin- UAHCs executive
ward ami also as an honorarj
. president <>( the New York
: fform Federation. Mrs. Stern
,1 been a speech prolessor at
Hunter College, and came- out
,f retirement to become co-
rrdinal Mrs. Stern told the
lewish Telceraphic Agency that
,,.. ,,! her first efforts was to
-. ; up better reeord-keeping
iur, She said the eonvvr-
- on pr >gram has been chron-
. .a, ded :" n the
1 ,nd Ih much in rtant
; ver h is been c >1-
din I 1
THE ISRAEL
MERCHANT
MARINE
NEEDS TRAINED MEN
Trained crew ore required to mon
recently acquired modern ships.
Term contracts available. Crew
members interested in learning
Hebrew before starting their con-
tract will be sent to intensive study
courses.
We also need Jewish young men,
aged 11-25 far training as:
Deck Officers-secondary school
graduates.
Engine Room Electricity and
Radio Officers technicol school
graduates.
The Israel Maritime League (I.M.L.)
will help Jews from abroad find
suitable employment in the Mer-
chant Marine.
Enquiries of the office of
Israel Maritime League
P.O.B. 706, Haifa. Israel
on the backgrounds of the con-
version candidates, for example,
-he noted that some types of in-
formation were available only
from liH>4 on.
She reported that more than
90 percent of the candidates
have Christian backgrounds,
with Roman Catholics th.' larg-
est single group. The ave:., e
age of registrants is under 30.
Between s:> and ;> percent seek
conversion out of a desire to
many a Jewish spouse. Gen-
,.| ailv Iheie have been about 60
women to 40 men in the New-
York program.
Asked irboul Macks and Puerto
Ricans, Mrs. Stem noted thai
th. religious background form
which all candidates an' asked
to till out has no such cate-
gories. She added it was her
Impression thai there had been
some candidates in those c ite-
gorics in r.ich class during her
six years as coordinator. For the
i;x;-4-tM period, 1.467 candidates
filled OUl cards, ol whom 1.354
were Christians and 113 non-
( hristians. There were "44 Ro-
man Catholics during tint pe-
riod. 119 Lutherans. 10ft Protes-
tants, two Quakers, rwo Bud-
dhists, two Moslems, two Cher-
okee Indians, one Hindu and one
Sbintoist. The listings included
a scattering of Disciples ol
Christ, Hutch Reform, Unitar-
ians, Christian Scientists, East-
ern, Greek, Russian and Syrian
Christians. Nationalities have
included Canadians, Brazilians,
British, Belgian, French, Span-
ish. German, Italian, Pakistani.
Lebanese, Turkish. Chinese, Jap-
anese and Israeli.
Th? conversion process begins
1 with a mandatory personal in-
to: view Of the WOUld-be candi-
date land 1 !' the betrothed) by
a Reform ral>bi, who must satis-
fy himself about the sincerity ol
the applicant and that the at>-
plii ant und r-tands both the
ndvantagi s and disadvantages <>'
becoming a Jew. Applicants are
aec< ptcd hy the school only on
recommendation of a Re
1 obi, Candidates und t _'i musi
h .. -\ i 1 pn appr rvnl from then

i rtdidnt" att< nd nine wk-
|j .....s al u' 'ith th -a'
.ii .\.. h partite s, wh < attend-
anci is required. Each ssion
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lasts 75 minutes, taught hy Re-
form rabbis and some rabbinic
students. The candidate is pre-
sented with the basic principles
of Judaism, a brie! history of
the Jews, a summary of the
Jewish Holy Days, and a de-
scription of the major Jewish
institutions. Stress is on the
theme that to be a Jew. one
must lead a Jewish life. Slu-
dents are told thai they are ex-
pected concurrently with the
instruction to attend services
at the synagogue of the refer-
ring rabbi. Thes are ai-a> told
that both the conversion rite
and the marriage, it there is
one. is to 1.. : erformed by that
1 i>; and that the couple, or the
individual convert, is expected
1,. join the referring rabbi"s
congregation.
There are no examinations A
$25 registration fee ;- charged,
which covers Instructional ma-
terial three textbooks and a
variety of UAHC and Central
Conference of American R rbbis
pamphlets. Circumcision i- not
required nor immersion in .. rit-
ualarium (mikvehJ. Mare than
halt of the registrants complete
the course, Mrs. Stern reported.
From J uiuary. 1954, through
spring of 19:'.s. 3.27G p rsons re-
corded enrollment and 1.87-1
completed toe course. From
1954 to 1963, 978 gradu tes
wen' reported by the participat-
ing rabbis as having converted.
From Hb4 to 1967, 853 cnrol-
]!'- were repoiti-d as converted,
a total frrrn 1954 to 1? .7 of
1,831 ronvvrt- to Judaism.
There have, of course, b.vn
additional com en ions since
PH.7. including some from grad-
uates of prior years, but spe-
cific figures are not yet avail-
able from the rabbis who have
made the subsequent coiwer-
sions. Both Rabbi Davis and
Mrs, Stern believe that the great
majority of New York gradu-
ates &) Cornell Then an- sim-
ilar courses under Reform aus-
oes in it' other cities, includ-
ing Boston, Pittsburgh. Chicago,
Detroit and Los Angeles, but
i!h- at e or m ich s nailer and
1< s-; 1 onsistent scali.
(q 1 tmplction ol llu en
the candidate i< 1 elves an atti
ai 1 e e. rtifkrate, a copy of the
Reform conversion ceremony pro-
cod nd a c pj ol the mar-
The next Ret-together of the
"1500 Men's Club" of the Morton
Towers' South building will be at
the Saxony Hotel over the Labor
Day weekend. A breakfast meet-
ing its first of the new season
will follow at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 7. in
the Porte Towers Keslaiirant.
Saturday evening. Sept. 27. the
club has scheduled a "Sukkos Din-
ner" in the ballroom of the 1000
Building, ami a fun evening is be-
ing planned at the Club Pigalle on
(VI. 11.
Reservations may be made with
any member of the social commit-
tee of the group, of which Manny
Met/ is the president'
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riage rite procedure. In the con- <
version rite, the convert is re- |
| quired to stale publicly that he ;
has given up his former faith
and severed all other religious
i affiliations; te pledge loj dty to
i Judaism and to the Jewish neo-
plc "amid all circumstances and
conditions;" to promise to join
' with ti'." Jewish spouse to cre-
ate a Jewish home and to parti-
cipate actively in the lift' of the
synagogue and the Jewish com-
munity; and that, ii children are
born, they will be raised in the
Jewish faith. Generally, two wit-
nesses m required for the rite.
Two questions are usually
raised i'miu the progi im One
concerns the sincerity of the
vvould-bc converts, since only 10
to IS percent seek to !> Jews
out of a st ited belief or hope
that Judaism offers, spiritual
s.n.~ el on and comfort found
Ii eking in their present religion
( in Using without religion
Mrs Stern's response is that
there i- no valid reas in I >r be-
lieving that l<>v. for a Jew is a
W.-- honorably andvi'-nrcre inoti-
vntion tor conwidon than tii it
o'." the in.'isidUi'l who iv.xnts
he l- unsatisf^kj with the re-
Ugton :n whU-h he was reared
and wants to try Judaism. She
pointed out that the referring
rabbi discusses jusi that ques-
tion With the candidate, both
when the latter seeks a recom-
mendation and after he com-
pletes the course.
The other question i.s the de-
gree to which converts actual y
move Into the Jewish commu
iy to establish Jewish h >m -
and IxTonie active Jews. Mrs
Stern said lack of fund- bos
prevent d follow-up studies. She
added, however, that based >in
visits to synagogues and other
impressionistic Information, she
believes that c inverts do le id
steadfastly Jewish lives as active
and valued members of their
adopted Jewish communities
that women converts who join
the synagogue are usually bet-
ter educated and more actively
Jewish than their bamJewdsh
peers, information on family
formations, which could be ax-
peeled after 18 years of con-
versions -most of them for mar-
ria.'. Is -imilai'lv lacking, Mr-
Stern added. Rabbi Davis has
divl ri-<\ that the program has
made a ma.ior contribution "in
keeping within the household ol
Israel hunclrads o( families tjh >t
mielu othi-rvvls.- !> l"-i to u-
The Familv of th* I^ale*
NAT GROSS
Irishes to express its thanks and apprecuition
for all the thoughtful demonstrations of
love and sympathy
during
their bereavement.
CONGRESS has passed the
TRUTH IN LENDING ACT
On of Ihe provition* ol thr* la *"' 'The creditor of any account under an open end
consumer cred.t plan shall transmit to the obligor
FOR EACH BILLING CYCLE at the end of whKth
there is an outstanding balance in that account or
with respect to which a finance charge is imposed.
A STATEMENT setting forth each of the following
items to the extent applicable:"
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Friday. August 1, 1969
^Jenislh mh^ridiirjiin
Page 15-:
arlos Israels, 64, Dies In New York
NEW YORK (WN'Si Carlos
]i Isi.-H'ls, forme* president of
(the United Hias Service, the
[jcv ish Immigration agency, died
I last week al the age of (>4. He
was servine as chairman of the
iiias national council at the time
ol hLs death.
Active in philanthropy tor
n on than 30 years. Mr. Israels
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
was an a.ihjr flnd.V-.iUin.r on FLORIAN;lPJ'OBATE
corporate and financial law and' In rte klrnte .,r' I .
ii v.xx \h' nixon,
had served as adjunct professor
of law ai Columbia Univt rsity.
He had been a director of tlie
Joint Distribution Committee
and of the United Jewish Appeal,
and was treasurer and a member
of the board of directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds,
i p.
Obituaries
GOLD. Harrj J., 70, 283 \ Pj ,.,,..
\u-',t' , GORDON. Snmuel 66 215 \ IV
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Kt- L> i: 87, |79 \- w, Ith
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|hirsh, Harry, !'. 3801 Collins Ave
p I i '..i .:. ii
|koch. i ..Ui>. 68, ;...-, i: r.. .,M1IV ,
North Bnj Village Rlversid.
MANN, B n, ',;.. Col U.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditor* and All Persons
Having claim-- or Demands
Against Bald Estate:
Vou an- hereby notified and required
t" present any claim* and demand*
which you may have against i>i sstati
pf HANNAH NIXON. il.a a.-.-il laic- ol
Hail.- County, Florida, to the County
Judges ol Bade County, and rile the
sami in duplicate and on provided In
Hection 713.16, Florida Statutes, in
ih.-it- office* n, ii,, County Courthouxc
in Dade County, Florida, within -i\
calendar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the name
Mill bo barred.
Billed .-.I Miami, Florida, thin 24th
day of .iul> Ad 1969
MRS ORACH M'NI.AI'
A* l :> rutrlx
Flrsl publli nil.....f thin not lee on
the l i day of August 1969.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN "30BATE
No. 84430
In RE: Eetati i
f'H "I UK
Taylor Bertl er,
.pv' i..... bei llm r
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANQFl* DADE.
COUNTY. IN CH/NERY
No. 69-11232
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KA.'J'miVN .MACIC.'.IAN.
riai.ilitl'
\'S.
li: \ MARK.MAX,
Defendant
TO: IRA .MAKKMAN
I17o Ocean Parkway, Apt, ll-C
Brooklyn, New York
You, iha >iai;K.MAN, are hereby
notified......r Mill of Complaint for
Divorce Ik..- been filed au-ain-i v.m
and 5.hi are required to serve a copy
..1 > Answer or Pieadins to the
l.'H "i 1 omplainl on the Plaintiffs
attorney, IUWIN ; CHRIST IK .
weal Klasler Street, Suii.- MM, Miami
l-lurlila and I'M.- (he nrlalnal \ isw. .'
or PleadltiK in u,, off......f the Clerk
I ilu- Circuii Court on or before the
2Mb day of Vutmst, itm. ir ^,,u fall
1 Jo do ho, judKnu -it by ,! fault" will be
taken iitmn-i you l-a Hit ,. ||, f ,|,..
manded in tin Bill ... Comnl ilni
'r,lli~ '" '! 1" PUhl ii. .1 .., .
< 1 .-. I for four ...nseoutlv..
1 HM JKM ISH l-'l ORIDIAX
l-'Nic vxn iRJii:rrd al h m
11 .11,1.,. .,,,. :.(tth day of Julj A I).
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTli'i: IS HEREUV ;i\'K.v- -I
Vlv>- yiul. 1-JMii'.l.,'bi-n iiiu to
In'lm.-......-^ innt.-r rti. fictitious la 1
of MICHAEL S. MATSOX. I > 1 ..-
P.A. ai ...... K 25th Street, Hlalen
Florida ii>*iij'i- v>p r-nisim- said
\^iih the Clerk ..f the Circuit Cot
<.f Dade County, Florida.
MICHAEL s MAT8ON D.D.S.
Profi salonal Association /
RPARHHR and ROHKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 Biscayne Blvd.
.Miami. Florida S3132
s I-s-l.'.-::.
WINKLER. Il el. 1 l"1' % ;,",
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ZACHARiAS, Itobei is Slier!- U .....
I.i ,M 1: \. M. JAY BKRI IXER
V B Rivi rslde Int.
' ERCUR. I i> 1 .1 7J ',, ;o] \ |-
' I il. Interment .Mi'
I.
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\- Kxeeutor
IK IIY XORTi IX,
KALMI -1 i),.,.nn Dr v' rn,*> :'"' Executor
M II 'i -in. in l.ak.-.-l.li Pull 1'iiu
ROGERS. !' v.'...;: : M Florida
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'POLLOCK. Jean, 29G W 17th St., SALZMAN. K.ilms i, si
all Bivi sill,' Interment Ijike- '*">'*IS"'"' '' : IN TH E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
tTI- .... ..... WYMAN. Bernard wi. ...p \ R |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
mi-.. "" "3.4001 Prairie tvi ';'' St -. nil MIui I florida-in probate
. '''' '" Inti rm.-nt Mt. Xebo No S1S61
WINEBEP.G. Il.itli. k. |.-, N : 189 CARMEN. 1 K,i i;r ,-.,.,,,.,,,'
WnLJL d\ ','''" :i! Ml "'"" o^'.1.'.-^' "lo I BERNARD H. FRIEDLAXDER,
cowan. Edward; J., >:7. ;; 11 17th si. CHAuncev Bernard, ': 952 Collinn |..,...-.,|
.ioi..V,.-T,,d''- ,V; *'H Newman. Interment Mt. notice TO CREDITORS
MARGULIES. 1-r David I!. 50, 60701 ** To All Creditor* mid All Per*
ir,..1-.Av' Sl l; BlasherK Radak. R ., :i. :;-..., s IV 97th Ave n ivina claim- or Demands
TOLMACH. N.ui.-j A. :>. i:i; \i: Riverside \icnllist Said Estate:
'''"'I St Rixi-rslde SHAPIRO. .I..ui.-ti.-...:.. Tip] S.W. 44tb Vou are hereby notified and required
WALTER. Frank s. 7',. :;> N w 92 < I Rlverlde i,, present any claims and .1.-man.Is
si. Miami Shore*. Riverside. WENZ. Thirtaa I.. 56, 6949 Byron which you may have itRainsI thi .-in.
JABLON. An in, >.-. 220n x \\ ;'.;th Ave., M II Riverside ,. BERNARD II FltrEDI-AXDEB,
si Riverside Interment Mt. N.-i... wernick. Samuel M., 1965 V Bay ,i.....aaed late of IHidi County Florida.
KLENOLD. .i.i .1.. ha. ..... Pennsvl. Causeway. No. Bay Village. River- loth. Count) Judges of Dade County,
* .i ii.a A '. <
M B RlasberK
side
and file tin same in duplicate
.1 as
KUPFERMAN. Jacob, 7! 1560 \ I" BASS. Max 73, 9030 S.W. 'Tih si. provided In Section 733.16 Florida
.'.'Hi Ter, N.M.B. Rlversid) Riverside Interment Ml Nebo. Statutes, In their officus In the Cou':i-
ENCHYK. Anna. ".4. ::." Collins BERLINER, l.-iw r.-n.-. T., 87. 541 1W, ly Courthouse In llnde Count}-. Klor-
A ve M II Itlvir-ide J*th i:-a.l |,iH. within six calendar months from
FERLE. Rudolph 7. S32 Tanti.r si DEUTSCH. A-ine, 49, 1661 N H 172nd the time of the first publication here-
Coral <;..l,|.-. Riverside. Intel nielli Sl i:'v ">- Interment l..r..-i.l. ,. .., ,>,. same ill be burred
>li Nelm GLUSKIN. Sam. 77. !>:..> I'.nnsyl- Dated at Miami. Florida, this 29 day
SCHNEIDER. Ijiwrence, R6, 151 N'v M ^'- N' Riverside, of July. A.D. !'"-"
'. 'id st Uordon. Interment Star of Schwartz. Irvine;, 62. in Golden JACK 1. FRIEDLAXDER
thivid Mi Dr. Hnllaiidnle, Riverside In- A- Rxecutor
Wi'lilH -: i ternment l^ikesidi puhlii-atfmi of ilii- not......n
G! ASS. Mary. 71, 1401 X K Miami MARGULIES. l.illia.i. 67, :'.l" Collins the 1st da; of Aucu-t, I99
Avi \l II. Riverside SIMON, HAYS .. niil'NDM'KKQ
SPINDLER. ll.'iry w g2, 14601 X. I Attorney) for Executor
K '6th A vi I'.iversbl mt \.i : > Ruilding,
GILBERT. li .; 775 [i.ni. vlinmi, Florida
Bl\.| M II IUvi rslde R 1-8-15-22
GLASSMAN. Teas, .-7. I"'-". Collins
Vv, M B Riverside. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Gl A7CR. .- 7' 150 S Or. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
H v B II .-:.!. FLORIDA IN PROBATE
GREEN. \nna, 74. 636 lth St., M B No. 84517
Rh .-.nl. Int. i-nn nl Ml N l>o
HAMBURG. I.all
\ II Rh I i"le.
HOROWITZ. Rachel, 56 2201 N.E
17' .-' II ersidi
PR0OSL1N. Helen, S3, 6395 ''.
Ave.. M-II K li
vittal 2421 Loke Pan. oast
I", in:
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GOLDBERG. I. N 78, 9291 17
Has H.ni..... in Ri vi rslde
LEVY, .la oh, 63, I!..... Uaj Rd .\l
li Riversidi
PATENT, Jacob 80, B8S5 Collin
u. M H, Riverside
RAYMOND. Cella 68, 1900 Liberty
\ .- M B Rivi r-id.-.
SPARER. Jin..... 92, ].;-, Sixth St.,
IB X* v man,
OXER. Al 83, Miami. Civ.
COTTEHRER. 1 ,..., 64. -17 Norll
Sh in "i m li Rlversid
n.i'i I.
pllRWITZ, .1..... 88, Merl-
' M.JU Uordon. i,.
Ml \.l...
MEYER. ; la M ,:-.. 1919 jji
Ave., M.li Bla-ln rg
FAr,i. 1.. .. ,. |, ,-|. 1403 \ \V 7th
' Rivi rsld Into ment Mt. Nebo
PORPAR. S > 8nil U
on \ MR Rivi r.-i.i. Inter-
ment Mt, N.l...
ROSOKOFF. Uiuis J., 90, Marathon,
l-i.pn.i-. liordon.
ROTHGEB. Mai..I II., V. 324 Ma.Li-
ra Ave., Coral Oablea. Riverside.
UfARSOFF, Morris, 7". 1809 Meri-
dian Ave MB I Hasher*
arad. 11. 1. 11. .;.,. 2532 Jefferson
A\... m 11 Qordon
BZERSKY. Jacob. HI. 3004 Brl.-U.-ll
Avi. lior.lon. Ini.rmenl Mi Nebo.
QORFINKLE. Ilavi.l. 63. 16S0 Col-
lins Ave.. M H Mash.!?.-
KARP, Isidore, 7.'. 1006 Bay Dr.,
MB. Riverside. Interment Mt,
Sin.'i.
MILLER. Etta. 76, l!i.".0 S W. 3.ini
Ave. Riverside.
SELIGMAN, Mary. ;>'.. 9401 CollIlM
Av. Purfslile. Klv. rslde.
SHAgan. Michael .1 (6, its 27th
Bl MB. Riverside,
THOMAS. h>hvnrd V.. 48, 17515 X
K. 7th Place, N MB. Riverside.
flit.-rment Lakeside.
CARL. H. Ila. v.. g4th SI MB.
Hi> .-r-i.l... Interment Mt. Si-ial.
GOLDMAN. Samuel, 69, 11"" West
Av. Riverside. Interment Stnr of
HILLERMAN, Mary, 81 17:17. X.
Tr.asni,. 1 ir Tr.-asiir.- Me, l.ilh-
Kiw :.".otli St. 11 Bayer Funeral
I.-.-. tor.
KBISTALL. Th.lntS) *x. *J8 N.W.
46th Avi Rivi'i-side. Internient MI
Nel.o. f
PIARLMAN, Mollie, 81. IMS Hay- I
tain.1 H.l M II. ItlVI 1 nl'- Inli-i'-
teiit Mr N.-I-o
COK, Rims. II. A.. 69. in-." X.K.
l4ih T.-r. North Miami Funeral
Mom.-.
In RK Estate of
7,;. 7.14 1 i.i, si LI I I IF \PFEL-EP8TEIN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ ; 1 'redll < 11 "' All Pel
I 1 -. s ill- III iilaials
Vbi in-. Said Kslate:
11 .11 hereby not ni.-.l ami required
... pi. -. in ,1 lain -.1 dem mils
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V'Tick is HE ;,::;, CH\ |.;X ,,,a,
'.....prag, In
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'I'll. >M \S FREllERlt'K vs li-I.IAMS,
piuintirr,
\ -
CAROL LYNN \\ II.I.IAMS.
11. 1. 11.1., ii
Tt i; CARi II. LYXX \\ ID IAMS
:;s" Indian Trail
Aurora. Illinois
Vou, c \ROL IA NN U II.I.IAMS.
are hervb) not I fled that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce In- been filed
I against you, ami you ar.- required i.<
-1 1 \ a ..|.\ of your Answer or Plead-
, mi: o the Bill of Complaint on th<-
IMainiiii- attorney, ROY II BIUM1KS,
.11: K. in. Brooks A Hop. ... .-is Alca-
111 r Avenue, Coral Oaldes, Florida
33134, an.I file thi orisTlnal Answer or
Pieadins in the office of ih. Clerk of
thi Circuit Court on or befon the Sth
day of Repti-mbi-r. 1969 If vu fall to
do -... Judsmi-nl by di fault will l"
ink. 11 .Lain-' you i*1''' the relief .1.-
manded In the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
..... 1 for fi in- .a -. cut ii- week
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
I MINE AND ORDERED .1 M
Florida, this 29th day of July, A.D
1969
R n li: VTHERM \N c rl .
Circuii '..mi. Dad 1 ......: s Florida
1:. .1. c SMITH,
1.. puty Clerk
.. r uil p" Seall
Ri .Y II BROOKS, .in.
Brooki .n Ibipes
21 s Mcnxnr Avi 1 u< .
Coral H ihli I".-'
111,11 [or Plaintiff
8 l-s-13 -'-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY t;i\EX n
the un.l.-rsiiin.-d, deslrriiK to annas
in business under the fictitious nni
of I.A VILLA REX A MEAT AN >
PORK WHOLESALE al 7^7 N.\
20th Street, Miami, Florida Inleti
to reslslei- said nami \-iih the < "
of ih. '.i-.-uii lourl of 1 1.....- 1 '..i.
Florldu.
A LEIVA
A OARC1A
s I ---I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'< iTici: is HEREBY ll\ EN
. ned, di 1 iritiR ti et 8
in no.....- undei tlie fli III lous
of .'. IRNELL AND I V.NZA, I A
nuniher 1 J"! Bi 11 k. II Avenui 1
Vlii 'in. Flot Ida 1
I circuit Court 1 Imde Coum
1 ..1 .
Ilnled at VI Florida, Ibis
ol Jim
KRRi 'IS.. IRXEI.L
OEOROEV LANZA
KCRT '.v El-I IS. II
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c.i-al Call.-. Florida
I 8/1-8-1.1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-124l">
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. ;i-:> IRi UNA III IRRI IN,
I'lainlil r.
i'EI KSTINO in IRRON*.
I'. 1 .In 11
Pi .',.; i'. IXO Bi iRII IX
I Cuban .. No ill I
;..l- 1. '. I Apal
hlhli 11 Del Este
llaval
Vou, 1 I PI S'O BORIS iN
hen l>> 11
..... li.. I---- 'i filed .. 1 -r
. .,
you I 1 p.i- Pleail
Bill of 1 nl mi il.
Vi AN li BRODY
Suite 1: .:. Bisca) ni Ruildins. M '
.; in. ill.. In 1 m Ansv
i,r I'll, he office ol ...
Ih. ,i. u, p .... .. ,r.
ith das oi Si pi. i.i it
i .ii 10 do -. judicmi ii by del
it ih.- 1
I 1 .'. ma ndi in the 'ompli I
This it 1 hull hi pub It In .1 ''.
each week for four ronsecutlvc we.
II THE JEWISH l-'l ORIOIAX.
lii'NI-: AND ORDERED Miai
Florida, this 25th day of July A P
1 .,.,
B. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit 1 '.-in 1. I'a.l. '..inn,. Florid
Bj : c 1. ALEXANDER
11. only Clerk
(Circuii 'our! S. all
AI-AN l: RRl IDY
11".'! Bi-.-.. > 11. Building
Miami Flot Ids 33130
Attorm >s (or Plaint Iff
Telephone 379-6575
R 1-8-15-2:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E is HEREBY GIVEN th t
thi a .-I. si-.-.i, desiring 1-1 <-n.
-ii l-ii-ni. -- under the fictltioUB
ul I IRUETTE I 'I' MIAMI at IP2! '
W. -': -I \- euue, Miami. Florida I' -
.- to register said name with n
.'! 1. of 'ii- Circuii Court of 11
. 'ounty, Florida.
ANSELMO HBRRER \
; 11.1S-25 S '
ABIDON. I.ouli 7-. 250 Meridian Ave., which you ma> I

M It. Rivet !
PRESCOTT. FI. da K .
12823 N
ol Ml.I.IK Al'l'l'l. EPSTEIN, di -
I late of I '..'i. '..on v. l'l' In
\v 1.1I1 ci. North .Miami Funeral loth. lViunt> Judges of Dadi Cou ly,
Home.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 80329B
In RE: K-i. .....f
WILLIAM M. SMITH.
Dei-eased
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO all peraoni having claim anal '
ih.- above estate a- beneficiaries, leg- |
ai..s. distributees or heirs of William 167 Almerla Avenue,
an.1 nl.' the same in dupl.....' at '
i,i,.\ |ded i'i Bei '""I 733. Hi, I
Si. lutes, 111 till Ir p-l fl. es hi the Cll'i-
ii Courthouse In Hade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months fr.-m
. l in. of tin first publication hen -
of, or ihe -am.' will he barred,
I i.il. .1 al Miami, l'l..1 i.la. Ihis 30th
duj ..f July. A 1969.
First publication of this mil
11:. I-i .lav ..1 Ulgust, 1969.
DOROTHA KA8
a- Executrix
KILT WEI I ISCH
Attornej for Itarothy Kas, .\..uiii\
of the estate of
1 -ill*.. Apfel-Kpsteln, deceased
M. Smith, I >ec.ased. if there be, an.I
all p. rsons claiming by, through and
under them, If any, and all other per-
sons concerned:
You are hereby notified thai a pi u-
1 ion has been Hied In said Courl pray-
ing for determination of bencficiarie*
ami you are hereby required t" file
your written defenaes thereto within
thirty days after the flrsl publication
or posting hereof, and serve a cops
thereof upon petitioner's attorney,
whose num. and address a r. Pat lot.
Popped, ll'iHi.-h it 1;.....Imin, Ronald j
a ghapn, 1504 Dupont Rldg., Miami.
Florida If you fall to do .-. Judgment ,
may In- entered in Ihe I" 1 i'i. n
WITNESS my hand and the seal of 1
s.i.i c.iuri at Dade County, Florida,
this 24 day of July. 196*
FRANK II i)i >\\ I.IXC
County Judge
(C. J. S.-all
By: l/'is r PASTORFIBLD
Clerk
s i-s-ir.-i-j 1
>'..ral Qables, Florida
s 1-8-15-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11'h JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 69-12533
NOTICE PV PUBLICATION
III \B1 !.S A PATIU'IUI,
JEAN LI'MPKIN PATBl'RG,
I ..I. miant.
YOI JEAN LI'MPKIN PATRl'RO,
Hid, ,.. ;i |
  • , in,., Via ha ma, re rcqulri .1 10 file
    vour nnswer i" tin imptalnt for .li-
    vnrce with Ihe clerk of the above
    court and sen.....opy ih.i-.p.f upon
    II, rm.. .'.' Esq 1310-11 Congr. --
    Bldg.. Miami, Florida, on or before
    s. pi. ml.1 r -'. is.::. ...- .Is.- complaint
    u Hi In Inki 11 .1- .'..if.--. !.
    II VTED: July 29, 1969,
    r 1: LBATHERMAN,
    1 I.il, ..I Ih.- Cir.-nil Curl
    By: MARGUER1 1 I'- KENT
    s 1-8-15-22
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN 11
    lllc in.. ti... 1
    husin. hi fictitious nnmi 1
    1. UDAN DAVIS, M.IV. at II
    N 0 14 Sir. Mis li, Flot Ida, m
    al i 190 N.E. 163 Strei 1. Not II
    Reach, Floi Ida, Inti nils to n glsti
    1 of th. ''
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    Bj : Jordan K I ia\ Is
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