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heJewish Floridian
liami, Florida Friday. August 6, 1569
Section B
Rothchild New President of
Jewish Vocational Service
J Congress Brief Filed In The
S. Supreme Court For Hearings
!NEW YORK A brief which
been filed in the United States
jpreme Court argues that the
Wpuely worded delinquency regu-
lation of the Selective Service Sys-
tem, under which registrants can
be rcclassified 1-A and called up
for irnnii diate induction, give local
raft boards unconstitutional pow- j the part of others."
to deter free speech.
mm
only that some boards may choose
to embrace a far broader concept
i,f what constituti s actionable de-
linquency than others, but that the
same board may choose to reclas-
sify and accelerate induction in the
case of some delinquents while
overlooking identical conduct on
?;
The brief was filed by the Arm r-
ican Jewish Congress acting as a
"friend of the court" in two cases I
Which the Supreme Court will hear i
in the faJL
LThe brief arguts that failure of !
regulations to limit the scope '
the riel:nqu is local draft boards 'unbridle d
dbcretion' in rkciding in each case '
en and it the procedures are t<
invoked.
The regulations referred to pro-
vide that a (bait l-carel u". < -
edare as delinquent any registra I
fail;":." ti i" ifi rm any d ity tsndei
the S' rtive Serv.ce' Law 03 Its
emulations, re classify him aa 1-A
and cai: him ut :. iediat<
dactioi:. The- l:. i notes thai i
these' i''gulatK v- give the boi
no St.i: darei: m f ? 1
how or wher. n >:,;' i -
power- they leave the boan
"to cil i pe> lit...
SOCia. ..'.''..:. li -'.:.
the
proc ,
Th< ; '::
Was flic llrw! v, ,.
Serviie- l.ueai !' -.i-r N'e 16 N
1144 .'nd Ontiii'e-.h; v. United
ptat.s of America N 1176
|n tl
Brer:. > t I .. j e : t. Conn
held a 11-S deferment as r
time- :.u- rgraduati denl
rec' .-A a- alle d ..;
induction after he returnee] his
draft card in protest against the
.Viet Nam war. He brought this
suit to m.!i.:> t draft board's
SjCtil'l:.
|pn the si corn' i.li. David Earl
ttknecht, who was already clas-
_pd l-A. I. ft his draft card e^n
sti-ps of the Federal Building
Minneapolis as part of a "Stop
le Draft Week" protest Hi was
llli-d up for Immediate induction
id was 'T< -i cuted i on l< ted and
|ven a four-year jail sentence for
jiling to comply.
eorge S.>!!, Manhattan attor-
and chairman of the- Aricrie-an j
rish Congress1 national Gom-
ssion on Law and Social Action,
ubmittcd the brief with the
Irei tor, Joseph B.
bison, note d, Gi" Ing th board:
bridled discretion1 means not
The American Jewish Congress
brief argues that the failure of the-
re gulations to limit the scope of
the delinquency procedure empow-
ers each draft board to act selec-
tively against persons expressing
unpopular opinions, in violation of
the guarantee? of freedom of ex-
pression in the First Amendment.
Ar.-ruing that the delinquency
procedures are in fact used to curb
unpopular expression, the brie-f
cite s a le tter and memorandum
se r.t by Selective Services Director
Lewis B. Hershey to all members
of the System on Oct. 26. 19f7.
The- letter deals with invoking the
,! linquencv procedure in the case
of "demonstrations" and. says the
t ri< ', "makes it clear that its con-
n is with those who engage in i
ticular class of illegal activity
.hose who act under the influ-
of 'misdirected emotions' or
- fforts to cripple, if not
thi unity vital to the k-
istci fa nation '
"The- plain import of the letter.
then." the brief continues, "is that
the regulations here- involved,
which obvi tusly cannot be used
against all violators, are to be
used against those violators who
endanger national 'unity.'
"If this principle were- embodied
i:, a formal regulation, its un-
constitutionally would lx- obvious.
The vice of the- present statute and
' regulations is that, because of
their vagueness, they permit it to
' be- put into effect without be-ing
spelled out."
Charles Hertzoff. CPA. of 3936
Palmarito. Coral Gables, has re-
linquished the presidency of the
Jewish Vocational Service, pasi
the gavel to Stuart Rothchild. 9120
SW 85th St., who is also a CPA.
Also elected by the JVS were
Sam J. Heiman, honorary presi-
dent; J. William Baros, Jr.. An-
drew A. Geller, CLU, Abel Hoitz
and John Shapiro, vice presidents;
Allan P. Wilson, CPA. trrr.surcr:
The- brief also digues that the
breadth of the powers given to ,
the boards invites and facilitates
discrimination on racial, religious
and other impermissible grounds,
In violation ol the Due Process'
Clause in the Fifth Amendment."
Finally, according to the brief, the
procedures deny registrants pro-
cedural rights guaranteed by the
Fifth and Sixth Amendments,such
as trial by .vary, confrontation of
hostile witnesses and the right to
counsel.
In preparing the brief, Mrs. Lois
Waldman. staff counsel to the
Commission on Law and Social
Action of thi- American Jewish
Con i i ss, was ol co insel.
': ycr A. Bash I Baros,
Ji.. Thomas Bi i Stephen
Carncr. Dr. S enter, Mrs.
Charles P. Fe-ir.be rg. Sam J. Hei-
man, Abe 1 Koitz, Stuart Roth-
child. Lloyd L. Ruskin, John Sha-
! piro and David Silv* i
Nominating committee membe-rs
| included Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg,
chairman, Marshall S. Harris, co-
chairman, Andrew A. Geller, Al-
; bcrt J. Hirsch, S. Ronald Pallot,
Lloyd L. Ruskin and John Shapiro.
Dr. Michael Goodman is execu-
tive director of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, which is located at
318 NW 25th St. It is a beneficiary
agency of both the United Fund
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Fe-deration.
Jr. Auxiliary Sets
Feb. Annual Lmerx-cn
i
STUART ROTHCHILD, Mi
and CHARIES HtRTZOff
Ronald L. Albert, CLU,
treasurer; Marvin I. Wiener, sec-
retary, and Sam Staik, assistant
secretary.
Samuel Feldinan. Ph.D.. M. Fi Id-
stein, Robert Gruder, Irvir. Katz.
i; Mitchell Lewis and Dr. R<
Shellow were elected to fill one-
year unexpired terms as members
e>! the- board of directors.
The annual luncheon of the Jun-
ior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged will be heid in the
Grand Ballroom of the Americana
Hotel at noon Tuesday, Feb. 17,
Mrs. Jay Rcchtschaffer. president,
Ihas announced.
Chairman for tie event will be
Mrs. George Israel; Mrs. Nat H.
Levj will be In charge oi enter-
tainment, and Miss Reva Stein
Mrs. Herman Abri owitz will
be ticke t ( hail me -
Elected te> thru -ye ar te rms
the boanl e>f directors were Mrs : Spain.
I -.!!. eie- T.,r:e HSI ?he only
Jewish member <: Christopher Co-
Inmbns' crew that first >-i foot on
the Western Hemisphere in 1492.
Columbus received support for his
voyage from Jews sne Marranos
(JTA)
.ward Nominations
Open for Employers
Komn.ations an I
for th r.'-suli .-it's 1 rophy
be aw.-ii.i. at the- annual meeting
of thi President's Committee in
Washington. DC, to a hane-.i-
Q|fp' citizen ''.ho has surmount-
ed his own problem anel facilitated
the en ,. !< .ii.. i.! of other handi-
cappeel persem.s, and fe>r the- two
"Empl">-r of tin- Y. ar" awareis to
be presented by the Governor's
Committee on the Employment of
the Handicapped.
One of the "Employe-r of the
Year" awareis is to he- awanie-d to
a person who has less than 200 in
his emplo tin- other is earmarked
for one who has more than 200
employees in business or industry.
Entrii should be addressed to
John C. Me-Donough, Jr.. Coordi-
nator, Governor's Committee on
iptaymi nt of the Handicapped,
8740 SW S7th St., Miami 33143.


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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"{Jewish Flora
Combining 1M JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume -52 Number 32
Miami, Florida Friday, August 8, 1969
Two Sections Price 2Cc
Troops Reported
Entering Jordan
JERUSALEM, (JTAi Re-
ports that Syrian units were en-
tering Jordan for deployment
along Jordan's northern border
in the I; Lid area were considered
by observers here as still anoth-
er proof of Egyptian President
Nasser's urgent need for relict
HEBRON SETTLEMENT
VITAL, ALLON SAYS
JERUSALEM iJTAi
Deputy Premier Yigal Alton
said in a radio interview
that Jewish settleme"- in
the West Bank town of He-
bron was essential to the na-
tion's security apart from
Hebron's historical associa-
tions, its said that military
Hebron was a key ta the re-
gion south of Jerusalem and
that the Etzion settlements
in that area insured Israel's
control of the Hebron ridge.
Mr. Allon said that security
settlements must lx- based
on current need= and fjture
defense requirements He
said he was convinced that
once Israel firmly establish-
ed it? security borders those
boundaries would in time be
recognized.
The town of Hcb-on which
had no Jewish population
since 1936, was resettled by
a group or religious Jews a
year and a half ago. Though
the group had no official
permission at the time, they
have been pc-mitted to re-
main. Hebron is the sit" of
the Mach|>ela cave, reputed-
ly the ti rr.b of the Biblical
patriarchs.
i ... .... i
from Israeli pressure on th-
Suez Canal sector which he
hopes to obtain by diverting
Israel's attention to other fronts.
The observers noted that the
reported entrance and deploy-
ment had not been confirmed
by either Jordan oi Syria.
The observers said thai if th<
reports were true, .t appeared
th :t the new "eastern c mn .
<; the Arabs Iraq, Syria am
Jordan- -had been asked by Nas-
ser to teke Imn di te action
and that the Syrian troop entry
was the initial response. It was
reported that the Saudi Arabian
brigade now in Southern Jon
would be reinforced, making
King Hussein head of a stet
harboring four foreign armies
those of Iraq. Syria, Saudi Arabia
and the Ei Fatah terrori t
group.
Israeli officials wen reported
to be watching the situation
carefully, particularly ir. terms
ef the fact th-vt thi Syriar nvwi
wou'd constitute a oi'ar vioiE-
t on of the Israeli-Jordan cease
fi*-*1 BToement. The Israeli pre
quoted reports from London to
the effect th-t Air Force je
attacked the Svian armvcrthimn
lasl r.ight, hitting a anbe of
vehicles, including tat
Britten press report] fn m the
Middle East assorted tr.f.t By n
troops had moved into Jordan,
describing the nurporte-d o>-\
ment as evidence oi greatei
Cooperation between the Arab
states i:i s-rpport of Egyptian
President Nasse-'s procla rr.ed
goal of wearing Israel down \j
attrition.
The Sunday Observer BSSf rteri
that Israel privately told the
Continued on Pg 5-A
Memorial Services Held
For UN Truce Observer
UNITED NATIONS (JTAI
A ceremony was held at United
Nations headquarters here to
pay homage to the memory of
Major J. Roland Plane, the 37-
year-old Swedish officer who
was killed in the Suez Canal sec-
tor July 21 while serving as a
member of the UN's Truce Su-
pervision Organization. M ij.
Piane. the first fatality suffer-
ed by UN Forces in the Suez
Canal zone, was hit by frag-
ments of an Israeli shell at an
observation post ncar Port
Tewfik. He is to be buried in
Sweden.
Secretary-General U Thar:
a wreath beneatn t1"'
plaque which honors UN n
tary observers who havi -!
their lives in the servi oi Ihi
;.- inization.
'NO FULL-SCALE WAR
\H SUEZ' NARKISS
NOS AIRES (JTAi -
Gen, Uzi Markiss, who com-
manded the Israeli central
fror.1 in the Six-Day War.
told n< wsp' permen hen' that
the fighting on the Sue/
Canal would not erupt into
a lull-scale war because Is-
rael wanted to maintain
pea and because Presidennt
Nasser of Egypt was in no
position tj wage war.
Gen. Narkiss, who is head
cf th< Jewish Agency Im-
mig 'ation Department, arriv-
; cm a mission to pro-
ve emigration t'> Israel.
He tele! the press that Nas-
was trying to keep the
canal situation hot as a
means of pressure on the
ited Nations and the Four
Powers to compel Israel to
accede to Arab demands.
.
Convicted Nazis'
Sentences Light
BONN (JTAI Erhard
Krueger, 64. was sentence! to
three years and four months
imprisonment, and Andreas Von
Koskuli, 62. to 21 months by a
T u bing*n court after thev were
convicted of mass murders as
rrx nbers of a Nazi commando
I Russia. They were charg-
ed with participating in 93 cises
oi -'-. otings of Jews and Rus-
sians in Bobrino'. The mi'e! s. tenoes reportedly evoked sur-
prise
A ocurt in Hof sentenced Al is
Doerr. f'S former commandant
of the Htkr.brccht concentration
camps, to life imprisonment for
the murder of five Jewish women
., April, 1945. The defendant,
who r.eri been free on bail, was
hirested and began serving his
sentence.
Dayan Calls For
Stepped-up Action
TEL AVIV iJTAi Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan, who ad-
dn ssed the Israel Labor Party
convention on security problems,
said that Israel must lake offen-
sive measures against Egypt in
the Suez Canal zone, but within
carefullj circumscribed limits.
Isi ai I, lies lid. is Iighting what
amounts to a "small war" on the
banks ,,f the Suez Canal in or-
der to avert a big war which
would follow an Egyptian at-
tempt to cross the canal in force
under cover of its air force and
artillery. It is necessary for Is-
rael to make selective use of its
air and ground forces with air
raids against Egyptian military
targets and commando thrusts
deep into Egypt, he declared.
"It is not enough to fight a de-
fensive action sitting in a bunk-
er, keeping your head down,"
Gen. Dayan said, but he added.
"Every me asure must be taken
to avoid contact with the Rus-
sians" who are advising and
directing Egypt's armed forces.
He said Israel's offensive actions
must also be limited by consid-
eration of the United States' de-
sire to avoid a confrontation in
the Middle East and by the de-
mands on manpower and mate-
riel of Israel's other fronts.
Gen. Dayan said that Israel
introduced its air force into the
Suez fighting in order to reduce
casualties as much as possible.
He observed that in the June,
1967 Six-Day War Israel suf-
fered 3.300 casualties including
77S dead. In more than two
years since then Israel's casual-
ties on all fronts have amounted
to 2.100, including 400 dead.
He referred to the fighting
along the 103-mile waterway as
a hatlli that would decide if
tIk re is to be a battle of the
Suez Canal. If Israel succeeds
in this iattle, it will have fore-
stalled an Egyptian attempt to
K gain the Sinai peninsula, be
said.
Earlii r, the Labor Party ap-
parently accepted Gen. Dayar.'s
"strategic boundaries" concept
as an unwritten plank in the
party's election platform. The
platform's official wording re-
fi is to "secured and agreed"
boundaries as Israel's goal. The
Dayan plan, which was broad-
east on Kol Israel radio but net
announced to the press when the
party formally opened its con-
vention in Jerusalem yesterday,
is more specific. It called for Is-
racl's retention of the Golan
Heights, the Gaza Strip and a
contiguous section of the Sinai
peninsula that would give Israel
Continued on P*ge 5-A
El AI Granted Credit
WASHINGTON (JTA^The
Export-Import Bank has grant-
ed El Al Israel Airlines a credjt
of S22.600.ooo to help finance
the pui chase of two airliners, ac-
cording to the U.S. Department
of Comnv rcc publication "Inter-
national Commerce." The credit
will go towards the purchase cf
8 Boeing 707 and a Boeing 747,
which will cost, including spare
engines and related parts and
services, some $35,900,000.
Egyptian Gunfire Wounds 3
TEL AVIV (JTAI Three
Israeli s;!diers were wounde-d.
one seriously, last night by
sporadic Egyptian machinegun
and mortar fire in the southern
sector of the Suez Canal zone.
A military spokesman said the
E t jation along the canal was
relatively quiet last night except
' cr. occasional volley by
I gyptian machine-gunners and
i eir two mortar shells fired at
g int< rvals.
16,000 Immigrants In First
Half Of '69, Allon Reports
JERUSALEM >JTA> -Deputy
Premier Yigal Allon reported
at this week's Cabinet meeting
that over 16.000 immigrants
arrived in Israel during the first
six months of 1969. a 40 per-
cent increase over the same
;ii io last y< jr. Mr. Allon. who
heads the Ministry of Immi-
grant Absorption, said that im-
migi ation from Europe increas-
ed three-fold this year whHe
56 INOMHTS LAST WEEK
Terrorist Activity Increases On Cease-Fire Line
newcomers from the United*
States and Latin America in-
creased by 40 ncrcent. However,
immigration from Asian and
Africian countries declined.
Mr. Allen said that 35 per-
cent of the new arrivals are
under the age of 19 and the same
percentage applies to immigrants
in the 20-39 age bracket. Only
nine percent are ever 60. Ho
that about 1000 of this.
yea-'s immigrants are former Is-
raeli citizens who lived abroad
tor mam;, years d were now
ning. i'< w d there were
many profesl among this
vear's Immigrants.
TEL AVIV (JTA> Israeli
military sources have reported
h sharp increase in terrorist ac-
tivity along the eastern cease-
fire lines. They ridiculed reports
in the foreign press that Jordan
was curbing guerrilla forays
against Israe 1 from its territory.
According to these sources,
56 incidents occurred along the
eastern border during the week
which ended Aug. 2. eompared
. to a total of 23 incidents during
the week of June 29 July 5,
immediately following a series
of Israeli attacks cr. gut a
I ositions inside Jordan. An in-
crease in terrorist lncld< nts
along the Lebanese border and
on the Israel-Syria demarcation
line has also been noted. Mili-
tary officials estimated the' num-
ber of guerrillas in Lebanon at
between 400 and 500.
Only nine of last week's 56
terrorist acts, they said, took
place on Israeli territory. For
the most part, the gutr- a.
preferred to attack from the
shelter of Jordan, although Jor-
eiar.ian authorities render them
e ve ry assistance to cross the
. ; into Israel.
I The London Telegraph has
reported from Amman that the'
Jordanian Army was exerting
firmer control over the forward
areas facing Israel and was try-
ing to curb "indiscriminate"
Commando activities. According
to the correspondent, a system
ct passes has been established
fcr guerrillas entering the Jor-
dan Valley, He said this "fresh,
tough line" toward the guerrillas
Stemmed from King Hussein's
shake-up of the Jordanian cab-
inet and military command last
month. He said the new com-
mander of the Jordanian Army,
G> n. Nasser Ben Jamil, has
gained the confidence of his
troops by preventing guerrilla
groups from setting up tempo-
rary rocket sites Io shell Israeli
settlements.)
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^ iews Are Far Apart In
American-Israeli Dialogue
Haifa (JTA) An American
star ami an Israeli i
I it ii in ': \ -.. :icon-
Is Dialogue," the ft venth
i sored by tl i American Jew-
ish ( ingress, but their views
so !.i; apart that there was
n. ither i. hate nor dialogue.
Pi if, Walt t K.i ifm mil ol
i sity said he had
religious as long as h a is
ted for being Ji w ish, but
that when lie cam.' to the I
s whei ine pen ted
him. h lost his religious faith.
I ; Lsrav :i< who firmly
I ... ati anti-
.. in the Uni I States, he
if there was, the Amer-
d not
b n Jew-
:- Jew -.
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w Israel s less
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At an eai lier session, R ibbi
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f ir their Ihi s which the pn s-
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nust den sti to
:-: ts thai
in Israel can o] way to
pers J fulfil In ind spir-
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Federation Agencies Aid Refugees' Resettlement
Resettlement remains difficult
both f(: refugees and welfare
agcncii oven in these modern,
affluent limes. There arc language
a.- wi .' as budget problems to
solve i- esettlemenl programs.
A 11 program has been devel-
oped l... ,. Greater .Miami Jewish
F. deral n for the relocation ol
m m An icans. its various bene-
ficial., gencics have been C0-
Ordinat In eider to assist mi-
gianl :. lies at ri\ it g here during
1969, irding to Milton Weiss,
ITtdei president. As a sign ol
it- rto ; and maturity, the or-
gani/at has, for the first tin*
in ten rs, ui dertaken tli<- proj-
ect of r< ttling 12 Jewish families
from I- -,d the Iron Cm tain,
' Rest men! has now become
a contii ..us program for us at
Pederatii .'" Mr. Weiss comment-
ad. "bt I ittle has been written
about i Americans recently be-
cause tl i have been so few. Now
we arc getting families from Po-
land, c. hoslovakia, Morocco and
evi n s 'h Africa, because of the
leecnt es of anti-Semitism."
To dati four families have been
iflvolvci i the Greater Miami re-
-ettli :v- story. Three additional
lamilies a ill be arriving in Dade
County Fhortly. Since these per- '
sons hav relatives still residing in \
their native lands and they are
fearful < reprisals, the names of
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the refugees are being withheld at
this time.
The National Council of Jewish
Women (the local coo|>eratini;
agency of the United Hlas Service),
Jewish Family & Children's Serv-
ice, Mount Sinai Hospital, Jewish
; Vocational Service, and the YM-
YU'HA all beneficiary agencies i
: of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration have assisted in cuttinR
I the red tape involved in the re-
Si ttlement of these families. The
JFCS finds apartments and helps
solve family problems common to
new arrivals; free medical service
j is provided at the Mount Sinai
Hospital clinic subsidized by the
Ft deration; the JVS attempts to
s. cure employment for the new
' arrivals, and the YM-YWHA helps
to complete their assimilation into
the community by providing a
community center with surround-
that have the flavor ol Jewish
association and Jewish heritage.
The Federation and its broad
area was the main problem here.
Among those to be helped by
the community through the Feder-
ation in the immediate future are
another Moroccan family of six.
with the four children ranging in
age from 10 through 1.x years; a
husband and wife from Poland and
a 20-year-old Polish boy with con-
siderable training as a pianist.
"Almost 75 years ago an idea
v. as born in this nation an idea
that had its origin in Biblical times.
Bll Idea of equality and social jus-
tice that took rool and flowered
i:i the democratic soil of Ann rica."
Mr. Weiss declared, "That idea
was th<- en alien of the Federation
movement. This idea is w: at
changes a mass ol people Into a
n al conn mi nil;.- We shall continue
to bt concerned with the needs ol
our brethren," he vowed, "in this
country, in Israel, and in some 30
Other European, Asian and African
nations."
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range of constituent agencies has
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families experienced in their na-
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liave been resettled with minimum
difficulty; two Czech brothers. 1G
and 19 years old. are both working
this summer, with the younger boy
scheduled to enter school in the
fall and the older brother attempt-
ing to obtain further education
while working in the electronics
field. A 28-year-old man and his
32-year-old sister, both of whom
had graduate work in biology, are
new arrivals from Poland. He is
experienced as a researcher, she
has done work as a medical tech-
nician. A 63-year-old South Afri-
can rabbi was relocated here after
his family assurance in a Midwest
community fell through. Clearance
from the Immigration Department
for his move to the Greater Miami
l)oclir Island Fort
Offers Tour Kits
Students, civic and fraternal or-
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other groups wishing to visit the
Port of Miami on Dodge Island,
can now obtain a kit designed to
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highlighting the overall activity
without impeding operations. The
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Club officials should contact the
port director's office. 1015 Port
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ol the week, but the greatest ac-
tivity, for both cargo and cruise
ships, can be observed on Mondays
and Fridays,
Beth David Names
Tarasow Director
Morris Tarasow has been named
educational director of Beth David
Religious Schools, 2625 SW Third
Ave. and 7500 SW 120th St., for
which registration for fall Hebrew
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Mr. Tarasow, who holds both
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Volume 42
24 AB 5729
Number 32
'Flexible Consciences' Apparent
The concern for status of Jerusalem expressed by
Christian leaders and organizations have led them far
afield from the facts and trapped them into error which
gives Jewish suspicion of their motives even greater
validity.
One of the spokesmen for the National Council of
Churches, for instance, states that it cannot approve nor
condone Israel's unilateral annexation of the "Jordanian
portions of Jerusalem." Then, by extension, the Council
must have at some time approved Jordan's "unilateral
annexation," for the enforced partition of the Holy City was
imposed on a population which, at the time, was Jewish
by a two-to-one majority. And if the Council of Churches
did not approve, it certainly never went on record con-
demning Jordan for the act and for barring Jews from
their holy places.
It is this kind of flexible Christian conscience and
reaction to events since the Six-Day War which has led
many Jews to despair of meaningful dialogue and a with-
drawal from inter-faith activities. When it comes to Jewish
"rights'even after the horrors of Hitler's Europesilence
seems to be a predominant Christian response.
Both Extremes Oppose Zionists
There is an inevitability about extremist views which
manage to bring them into agreement on issues. A French
Jewish left-wing trade union leader recently pledged in
Cairo that Communist unions in France would continue to
work against the 'Zionist plots against the Arabs."
And in England, followers of the Satmar Rebbe picket-
ed 10 Downing street when Golda Meir met with Harold
Wilson. They made it plain their opposition was to the
"Zionist" and that they had nothing against the British
Prime Minister, only "the company he keeps." Fortunately,
for Israel and for Jews in general, our survival depends on
neither extreme left nor the extreme right.
Aware, But Slow To Act
Jewish agencies are strong in their awareness of cur-
rent social issues, according to an article in the latest
issue of the "Journal of Jewish Communal Service," but
lag in taking action.
This is a complaint we have been hearing for years,
and one which the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is
taking seriously through its creation of a number of com-
missions which, hopefully, will report this year on their
evaluation of community needs.
As the article by Herman Stein points out, the pace for
realirunent of priorities is too slow. We agree with his
conclusion that the private sector, as represented by the
Federation, must respond more creatively and courageously
than ever if we are to have our Jewish structure properly
relevant to our tur.es.
Who's To Draw The Line?
There s a place in New York City the*, sells greeting
cards thai are a littte i:-:^:^-.- even than the oh-so witty
ones, with a little catoiogy and sex, one sees in almost
every drug Mora these days. These have an ethnic cari-
cature or. the:: rovers and jokes" on the inside.
Would :'. lurpriae y the place is owned by a Jew?
Ar.d that a few lent o: the Association of Greeting
Card ?? .'.e he deplores such cards, feels it's
the "old book-burning issue; where do you draw the line?"
His ass or. rr*. or. has a coie which draws the line on cards
of this type. But, it could be restraint of trade to expel
them."
Let the buyer beware, of course. The Jewish seller of
these cards says that his best customers ore Jews and.
"you can't sell something the public doesn't want." That
really says it alL
Comment
One of the frustrations of
writing a weekly column U one*l
inability to rush into print with
some sage comment on the r.ews
as it breaks. To think of all
those readers out there deprived
of all that instantaneous v.. -
dam is quite traumatic.
It may be that the overwh
ing coverage of the New York
Time*, the local press, television
and radio left me with a feeling
of having nothing to say about
the moon landing and walks, but
that's not typical of me A al-
ly, my major react io- id to
be youthful n. >f the
Lindbergh flight in 1927 a
somehow I couldn't see a
on th '
I realize now that Is lid
not have bevn surprise by t
Technology was what the to i
business was all about, ar.d sci-
ence fiction, and neither l~a.i
ever held any great ippeal for
me. I respect them both for t leic
ski!! and imagination, but tfc
don't make me star.i up and
cheer. I carry with me. If I -ray
borrow from a recent revl ~ of
Isaac Babel's recently disc id
short stories and letters. "the
unmistakable Jewish humanity"
which the moon shot ii 1 : >t r -
veal to me.
Neil Armstrong put his foot
down on the moon and it was
thrilling to see None of us in
this country saw Lindbergn '.and
in Paris, although radio de-
scribed the event, but I snail
never forget the anxi.'ty tnat
accompsnl d the many silent
hours, t.-. joy of hearing that
his plane nad been spotted final-
ly off the southern coast of
Engian i and the release that ac-
companied his arrival at the
field in France. Everyone rush.- i
from his home, factory whist.es
blew Bed church bells rang and
a; if some magnet were drawing
us thousands walked to
downtown itreets where they
mill -i a exhibit-
i;.g sn.'-t "< spiiits and happi-
. as at this your.,' man's courage
] .-. ajth nigh I re
in .-apt att ntion bi fore : te I
vision for many hours a:' I
Armstrong nwdk. I havi
t ild by a sj:: large
iber t tat they w< nt to -
soon after the first step
The obvious things have been
said about the money spent or.
the moor, program, but this is
only one small part of the Amer-
ican seen**, our rtigning god for
the past several decades has been
ti-cnnology and it has brought
many goods and comforts to us.
It has also brought pollution of
the environment, significant eco-
logical changes to the planet,
occupational and social disloi a-
I ins and other problems which
leem to be beyond the ability il
our computers to solve
These negative aspects are
with us because, according to a
Harvard report on technology
and society. It has not been
anybody I explicit business to
foresee and anticipate them.
by EDWARD COHEN
Vested economic and politb I
Interests serve to obstruct low-
cost housing city agenci. -
are unable to marshal the skills
to deal with education, crim
control and public welfare. Busi-
ness corporations, finally, which
ar* organized around the exp
tation of private profit, are In-
sufficiently motivated to bring
new technology and man a
mcrt know-how to bear on ui -
tan projects v. he;,- th' l>: :.-.
will i> larg Ij social."
These wen- th- things
s Imiration t"; I
. and ski'l of the
Inva ft !' with the I
.. _. .i::1 t-'Ti' was :.! unmistak-
able humanity, Jewish or other-
wise, about the whole moon bu
ness. Ami as I read of th.' p
toward Mars. I can sympathize
more and more with the I.u.t-
dit< ; of early in lustnal Englan I
who sought tj hold hack the
surge of technology by smashing
the new machines.
I think the most poignant com-
ment was in the last lines of a:
editorial in Harlem's newspaper
the Amsterdam News, whir I
Stated simply: "Yesterday, the
moon. Tomorrow, maybe us."
I prefer the Jewish concept
that mans salvation is to be
found on earth to Werner V
Braun's assertion that Apollo 11
has virtually assured mankm 1
of immortality." It's unbelicx -
able that they're still trying >
sell us pie in the sky.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
MUNICH Ir, a'; >f W
Europe, the problem :
Germany's future is by far the
most interesting. It tak 9
piace for the reason indk ited
a remarkable dictum A the
tough and very able minisl 4
finance. Franz Josef Strauss
"Economic success.' he nu.;
said, has almost the role, now-
adays, of infantry livisiona in
the time of the Kaiser '
Strauss meant, of course, that
West Germany's remarkable
record of growth and prosperity
has now given it immense new
leverage, as yet unused .
in a single monetary crisis, but
to l> used some iay
then. dos Wi si I'- r-
seerr to be going' Much
: the ai iw r will d pen 1 >n
. imrrM i 's lection
dieting oth< r peopli i k c-
tions is alwa "s unwise, but if the
B St G-'imans of all parties
join in foreseeing about the
same result one may at least
1 what they foresee. One
must. aias. begin with the NPD
- the neo-Nazi Party whose
leaders, indeed, are ex-Nazis, but
whose troops are mostly discon-
tented small shopkeepers and
r.or.corr.;-titive small farmers
The neo-Nazis an' only im-
jiortnnt because SO much n t
iii pend on whether they ma- i
t i ^ i- i deputies to the i
n> nt. In order to do o, i
must get at li-ast 5; ot t
total vote. If they get their 5
as expected, this in turn will a.-
most surely cause the continua-
tion of the present "grand coali-
tion" bctwivn the Christ i a:
Democrats and the Socialists
Bw n the slightest increa-
the neo-Nazi vote is a natural
cause for concern, but then' a:
two things to be said about this.
Their highest imaginable per-
centage w-ill still be far below
the American vote, so tragical.)
comparat le. for George C. W.i
lace And the end result wil
probably be an electoral return
tending strongly toward a tw >
parly system, which will in tur:
reduce the neo-Nazis to Im-
potence and obscurity.
At his house in a char:
little village outside Mum.
ter Strauss told m
he. fm one u ild aba ib
I tai riter a new
ahtion'' without Ironclad
a tees that an electoral n
would I irri .1 through,
I be
nee a good mail
pend i>r tlu ir -; al in the pi
ent i ioortional vot-
ing Y. t & .: tan :
'.: Istian i
to ca
the tu
The most liki
is I'ii antin itio
coalition." wbJ
pose something like a two
systi m on West Germany. Th.;
is hardly horrendous If this
the outcome, furthermore, ii'-
spite the Germans' growing cor-
sciousnesa of their new weight
in the world, another grand co-
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Friday. August 8. 1969
t'Jewist) ffcridfi&n
Paqe SA

Syrian Troops Entering Jordan
(Continued from Page 1-A)
Big Four powers that unless the
Middle East cease-fire was re-
established and direct Arab-
Israel negotiations were resumed
promptly through United Na-
tions peace emissary Gunnar
Jarring, Israel would take more
drastic military action to end
the "war of attrition." The Ob-
server's correspondent, Robert
Stephen, said he had learned
from authoritative Israeli sourc-
es that Israel had also trans-
mitted a specific warning to
Jordan. Ho wrote this puriwrted
warning stemmed not only from
continuation of guerilla opera-
tions frcm Jordanians bases but
also from recent Egyptian efforts
to encourage Syria. Iraq and
Jordan to strengthen the Egyp-
tian-sponsored "Eastern Com-
mand" of Syria. Iraq and Jordan.
He added, however, that Israel
believes there is no front where
the Arab armies hav< the ad-
vantage and that it can take
speedy action to trust rate the
attrition geil without sparking
a full-scale war.
John Bul'och of the Te' graph,
reporting from Be:ru. asserted
that the Syrians moved into Joi-
dan with tanks, anti-aircraft
g-jr,s and heavy artillery, He
asserted that the Syrians mov-
ed in without radio silence and
that Israeli monitors picked up
the Syrian fir ent planes against the Syrian
column, killinc one officer,
wounding 17 soldiers and crippl-
ing at least 12 tanks ar<: mili-
tary trucks.
David Hirst of the Guardian
Dayan Calls For More Action
(Continued from Page 1-A)
permanent control of the Sharm
el-Sheikh strongpoint command-
ing the entrance to the Gulf of
Aqaba.
The section of the plank deal-
ing with the future of the West
Bank referred to the Jordan
River as Israel's eastern security
frontier, "not to be crossed by
foreign armies." The implication
was that the heavily populated
areas of the We st Bank might
be returned to Jordan under an
agreement that it remain a de-
militarized zone.
In his convention speech. Gen.
Dayan reiterated his belief that
it was more important to estab-
lish "tacts of life" in the occu-
pied territories, such as more
settlements and a measure of co-
existence with the Arabs than it
wa~to makc.j5tatements or dec-
larations concerning the future
ol those territories.
Gen. Dayan's strategic boun-
daries proposal were said to re-
flect the views of other cabinet
members, notably Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban and Israel Galil.
Minister-WHnout-Portfolio who
heads the government's infor-
mation servi siM-kc to the convention on the
political situation, said the par-
ty's platform plank on bounda-
ries advanced the idea that Is-
rael can remain in the occupied
territories without undermining
tlu prospects of peace. But he
saw those prospects as remote
at present and said that as long
as there is no peace with the
Arabs the cease-fir-1 lines will re-
main Israel's borders. Mr. Eban
saiil that all members of the
coalition government wen in
agreement on that point and
also agreed that Israel would
accept nothing less than a genu-
ine peace.
At the opening session ol th
gonvention, Premier Golds Meir
addressed an audience of 3.(100.
app< aling for party unity. She
Specifically addressed herself to
disaffected members of the Rafi
faction within the partv who are
supporters of Gen. Dayan. Mis.
Meir declared, "What divides us
is less important than what
unites us," and warned that
peace is still far off and unity
is imperative on both a national
and party level.
Party unity was again shaken
when Gen. Dayan was angered
by its failure to announce the
adoption of his plank on bounda-
ries. It was only after lengthy
telephone conversations with
Premier Meir, party secretary-
gene ral Pinchas Sapir and Knes-
set member Reuben Barkat, the
platform committee chairman,
that the plank was released to
Kol Israel for broadcast On.
Dayan agreed, however, that the
plank should remain unwritten
though party members would
refer to it during the election
campaign. The Labci Party is
obliged to stand by the plank,
which will become government
jiolicy in the event of a Labor
victory in the October elections,
which appears likely at this
point.
Le Vines Leave For
JVW Convention
Leaving soon to attend the na-
tional convention of the Jewish
War Veti rans e>f the U.S.A., to be
'held Aug. 17-24 in Los Angeles,
'Calif, are North Shore Post No.
677 commander Mac Le Vine, and
his wife, Evelyn, president of the
| post'-- auxiliary.
Mr. and Mrs LeVine will spend
some time with friends and rela-
tives in the Los Angeles area be-
fore tht y return.
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Times wrote that "the slow but
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cooperation indicated that the
Arabs were ready to develop a
ne-w military strategy against
Israel Martin also asserted that
Egypt's new belligerency had
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and that it was Egyptian aerial
penetration into Sinai last month
which led the Syrians to make
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cease-fire line with Israel "to
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esen the Lebane-se had announc-
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summit meet ins to coordinate
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However, the Times corres-
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Iraqi troops stationed at the
north end of the Jordan Valley
leave much to he desired in the
way ..r inter-Arab military
coordination and "the Syrians
have yet to prove that their
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the small Saudi Arabian contin-
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Friday, Auqus' 3, 195,
Localites Take Part In BBYO Programs
Several members <>i the Miami-
area B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion are participating In the sum-
mer .liiii-hm. in programs at C
B'nai B'rith, Stailight, Pa., this
. Miami I IY< I board of
directors chairman Mrs. Arthur
l assman ai >i Jay Markowitz, the
chairman oi the Florida Region
BBYO steering commltee, have
announced.
South Florida BBYO Council
presidents Laura Sett and Marc
Bhopain and Jack Feuer, treasurer
of the Council, have been approved
as official delegates to the Inter-
national A/A anil HBG coin' n-
t ~ Thi thr e arc n sidents of
Miami.
At nlnn. IT. a s nior in
South Broward High School, is at-
tending the 7-\\. Leadership Kallah, main theme of
which. "Roots and Ri li vancy: Ex-
: 1. ii. g the Jewish Dimension," Is
based on fundamental questions
the young people have about the
Jewish people and the n lationship
of Jewisn lii< to modern civiliza-
tion.
Miss Kaplan, of BBG Elysiums,
has had four years of religious
1 school and is currently recording
secretary for her B'nai B'rith Girls
cl apt) r and represents North Dade
in the South Florida BBYO Coun-
cil, which coordinates the 30chap-
ters in the Miami ana. iss
Kaplan, who plans to attend the
University of Florida, will major
i:. ( ducat ion or social work.
A*IK'E If APIAN
Nat Scdliks To See
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sedllk, 221 |
SW 48th Ave., are planning a trip
which "id take them to Parsip-
1 n.j., bj way of C0I01
Spi ings, *'"'"
Mr. and Mrs Scdlik "ill \1-1t
thir s 11. Major Jay M. S dlik.
who holds two m dais one of
which is the Bt inze SI ir won in
Vic 1 Nam as a fighting photo
pher. The major, who is at the
1' S. Air Force Academy, reo lv tl
Ini Ph.D di ne
The S< d iks will then \ isil -
I ail. Ins wife. Cfo ryl Kay. and
tin 11 r west grai iklaughtor, Moll.
Klizabt th, who was born Julj 26,
in I .11 ii| 1* m N- J Molly, w
father pi I I Ml '
Newest Grandchild
Senior High School and > B 19k
Silver Knight winner. ;s
lit. 1 for th.
H llO BlSO ll H e Lire gf]
YM-YWHA Singles
Hold Monthly Meeting
Judge Phillip Chafotz
Black Anti-Sem
Conservatism" at th
nn cting oi the V" So
in the Golden Kej Ro
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lay.
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Friday, August 8, 1969
fJenisfi ThrkBan
Arab Refugees Get'
Free Cardiac (lure
JERUSALEM UTAi a
> ar-old agro ment betw. i n the
Hadassah Hebrew University
Medical Centei and the L'i ited
Nations Roliel and Works Ad-
ministration (L'NRWA) to treal
Arali rrfM,-. .-c with heart ail-
' lias lti il in successful
opi'ii heart surgery on 10 pa-
tients without charge. About
half the pa^ ;ii- were children.
Two 25-year-old women, i ach of
whom had five children, have
b< -i tinii. l to normal life by
Jthe i- pla n i md n uai of
<: vi lives. Such sur-
pei \ -.ormailv osts about $3,000.
W"i li \ al'S with hi Hi
a s a irst i xamiri I at
tii I. 11 l : i. Vugusto Vicl il. i
I II Jerusalem un-
anii -' s H and cardiolo-
ri- i; cons ill with
th. ii '-oil.;._ a< Auguste Vic-
toria ar.d vamine p tients
tli i >t >' some are re-
lei'i. : to the iladassah m< dical
eenu r, am! wan ant< d, sur-
gl S p.i il.
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41so
National Postal Forum
Stt For September
Jt:-:in Llov I Junes, president of
(he Chamber of Commerce of the
I niP : StaP s. will address the na-
tion's business and postal leaders I
at the o|>enin; day luncheon of .
tin* National Postal Forum 111, to
lx- In Id Sepi s.g in Washii .-ton.
DC. Postm.nsl i E. M. Dunlapj
has announced.
Tli. tvvo-da> Porum Is expected
to attract some 2.000 of the na-
tion's business leaders, who will
meet to discuss the mail service
with postal officials.
P
Continued from Page 4-A
alii inn govern mi nl is not likely
'" '" Bin immediatcli to throw
,;' rm :: .. jghi al mt,
The time for thai will come
four yi ai later, after i... L973
election. Oy then, the anti-
ivelRht-throWinfi I adi is of the
older generation will prbably
have passed from the scene. The
opposing chi ftains. by then, are
I si liki ly to be Frai i ,
Strauss lalthough he is i
not to ;. md his col
in the Fon ign Ministry, t
ite leader, Willy
Brandt.
Both ar \ii ptionally intelli-
1 til rro n, with strong idi as
aboul tin Gc i man and European
f;> ire. Brandt's main idea,
d so s n libli warn
he courageously acted upon it.
was l'i. 11 laxation of Wi I i: .
many's relations with Eastern
Europe. Tragically for everyone,
the invasion of Czechoslovakia
showed that the Soviets would
tolerate no currents ol freedom
in their Eastern European em-
pire.
Thus Brandt's idea, which
looked toward Eastern European
liberalization, has already been
custom
catering
stillborn although he dies not
quite admil It. As for Strauss'
Idea, which he expo inded to me
with gi at fci vor, it is simply to
use ail of Germany's n-w lever-
e :e 'o make a "big Europe" in
the West.
"Furposivy. no BBBRT Strauss
is unclear about the top-level
political arrangements of this
new Europe. But he is vcrj i
indeed thai ii is in be a Europe
capable of acting as another
giant power, 'close in the United
Stales bul indepi ndent." ai d
al to talk on fully equal terms
with the Sovii t Union as well as
the United Stati s.
Obviously iius "big Europe."
il it is evi ; bro ighl into '.. inn,
will have to lis:. n very atten-
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+Jewlsii llcridHtori
Friday, August 8. 1959
Beach Hotelmen Help Pay Mortgage
In order to help pay off the ,
mortgage on the University of i
Miami's Hiilel House, a group of
Miami Beach hote'men are putting ;
$30,000 worth of accommodations
on the line.
Members of B'nai B'rith Hospi-
tality Lodge No. 2690. the hot. 1-
men will sponsor a benefit dinner-
< Hotel Sunday, Oct. 19. in coopera-
tion with the B'nai B'rith Miami
Hiilel Advisory Board, and free
accommodations will be offered to
each person attending the function
by 50 cooperating Miami Beach
hotels, as an added incentive to
attendance.
Fach person attending the bene- 1
fit will receive dinner, dancing, ]-
t> tainment and a free weekend a:
one of the ('artieipating hotels for
his tax-deduetiblc S15 donation.
The hotel at which the three-day.
two-night weekend is to be spent
will be s( I. cted by drawing.
All proceeds will go toward [lay-
ing oil" th>' mortgage on the Hiilel
House, which is on the University
ol Miami campus. Funds from thr
group's Oral benefit last year were
applied toward the l'-M center's
air-conditioning and refurnishing.
Miami Bi aeh attorney Bernard
Lan<;h said the hotel group adopted the
unique program last year with the
aim of strengthening the lines .>!
communication with students and
encouraging them to divert their
energies to constructive channels.
Checks payable to Miami Hiilel
Advisory Board may be sent to
Mr. Langberg at 420 Lincoln Rd..
Miami Beach, or to Fiise Factor,
|750 W. 69th PI.. Hiale;xh.
Rehohoara, Kim of -fudah from
93S-917 B.C.E., and son of Solo-
mon, refused to aeeeoV to demand*
for relief Irom heavy ta\e*. there-
by causing; ancient Israel to split
into two Mate-, with tu* tr.br* of
linliili. Simeon and Benjamin re-
maining loyal to him. (JTA)
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^JeHist fhrk/kun
Friday. August 8, 19G9
a
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
"Uvocharto Vachayim

B) RABBI MM'UMK KLEIN
Temple Tifereth Jacob
"It is [n rctchi il taste to be
ratified \\ iili mi cii 1 it> when the
Kcelli in lies before us."
These eloquent words were one.'
spoki n bj
famous British
Prime Minister,
Disraeli. I only
wish thai this
learned states-
11 cared
i
ii i i .. i n of this
'. li is
'
I recall a story which, In mj
ion, beautifully illustrates the
true value ol choice in depth. A
. student stricken with mus-
. I. paralysis decided to sill books.
lie began by visiting the home of
!r college president When tin'
president's wifi informed him th;it
they didn't need any books, he]
turned to leave anti she noticed
Question
Box
f\>aligioH0 <^<
ervices
By RABBI SAMUEL T. FOX
\\li> haa 11 become traditional
to have lectures and classes on
satiird:i\ afternoon?
*HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67:h Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1

ANSHE EMES 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
The rabbis sa\ thai the Torah! TM david. See w 3rd Ave
. ,'.,!. i Conservative. Rabbi So. Land.iu.
complained to the Almighty when cantor w.ii.am w. l.psp". *
tliat he was limping. "Oh, I am it was being revealed to the people .l,.'",|;v ,p
;o sorry. I did not know that you ,,, Israel. It contended that the
> ii i lame," she said.
irah I' --
jpcoiili would study the Torah in beth It. boo sw i7th Ave. onho-
1 dox. Rabbi Solomon Schilf. 5
The man, who was not ,|"' wilderness when thej had ----.__
asking I bristled all over, nothing to do but that when they 8EMT0HerKn0DTEr^lt,ooaV ^.JiV &?,
the woman realized she had would be settled citizens and en- Shapiro, cantor Ben oi.-kson. 6
. ing_ ..] ,M, : in the pursuit ol theii busi- ; ;
^tiling except ad- "'- ; profession, they would ., .. ,
Sedrah'i ":- sh hastened to add. ha\e no time to study the Torah. otnt 4
Sabbai B lame rather ...,,.. Almighty answered .
RabbiKUin D. ir your life one day a week would be set aside
Behold] "Yes." he replied, "but thank j when business and trade would be
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 615
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
-
Ar,TH VPSHU'IN (TEMPLE) 1020
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. C on.
sn vJltivt rlabm Mnton Schlins^y
C.intor Tibor Mo ,es. 3}

BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi M.ix Ltp-
schitz Cantor Jacob Renter. 3
Satu ila; n u m

BETH M O S H E CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Comerv.i' .
Canter Ben Zion Kirschenh.,un.. j

B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 18"rd St.
Conservative. Raboi Charles Ru <
Cantor Jack Lerner. >
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkts 8
nd i curse." Tin choio (l,:i [ can choose the color."
Here m I ind the
ourcc i : h il free-
ilom given in mai "1 i dom of
hoi r i leme i< develop) d
n greati r detail in the 30th chap-
er nt n uteronomy. "1 have s< i
irfore thee tliis day life and good
nil d< ath and evil; therefore,
. hoose life." The choice of life is
idviscd, but freedom of choice is
ft to man
The great Maimonides summar-
.iii the thought must neatly. II
Whether ours will be a colorful,
eventful life or one that is color-
less and meaningless is dependent
upon one thing the utilization of
our power ol choice, the serious-
ness with which we take "Uvo-
charto Vachayim."
Rabbi and Mrs. April
Return From Israel
En route to Miami fiom Israel.
curtailed and restricted, allowing
(ho people this daj for the study
nl Torah.
This is why the commandment
to observe the Sabbath is preceded Friday
by a statement telling the people s;"":"
"six days shall thou laior." etc.
ISRAEL (TEMPLti Of- GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Re'.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
l in rlatunl > s 15 :i
Tradition v.r-u- St.,-
Therefore the delight thai the peo-
ple are supposed i<> find in the
Sabbath is the pleasure and lux-
ury of the intellectual pursuit ol
the study of Torah. It is for this
reason that the portion in the
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
l'i |ila> p in Satunlaj s h m I
Mitxvah: Miti hell. m>ii irf Mi '
Book of Exodus which describes ** *'"" o..wiwm
aid: Free will is granted to ever> where they met many Israeli lead- h(jW Mos).s ,..,.,.,.,, tne ,,,.,,,.
nan. If he desires to incline to- era during their five-week visit,
..mi- iocI way and be right- Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April paid
5 ui. power to do so. a visit to their daughter and son-
nd il he desires to incline toward in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blu-
unrighteous way. hi has equal menthal. in Savannah. Ga.
ower to do so. This matter is a Rabbi April is the spiritual lead-
i-ry Impoi tanl principle. Nay, it ,-i (,i Temple Hrth Tov. in Wesl
- the pillar of the law and of the Miami.
ommandments." -
Yes, our Torah. long ago, sound- Tifereth Jacob To Open
d a dramatic warning for genera- ,
ions fb-come, that the welfare and New Sanctuary Sept. 0
il of individuals as well as na- The first service in the new
inns depends upon making the Temple Tifereth Jacob sanctuary
ight choice. | donated by philanthropist LeoGel-
s.i man.- of the unfortunate oc- van will be the "Seliehos" medita-
urrences of our time could have tion hour at midnight Saturday,
...n averted had our generation Sept. 6. Everyone, regardless of
truly paid attention to the simple membership, will be welcome to ,l>irni.r ()f reasons have been ad-
'orah exhortation 'Tvoeliarte Va- attend the service, which will l> v-ancea for this prohibition whose
hayhu" which loosely translated conducted by Rabbi Maurice Klein,
leans: "Use 5 >ur freedom ol A social hour will precede the
in.!., wisely, your life depends on Seliehos service, beginning at
9 p.m.
contains a passage regarding the
observance of the Sabbath (the
pin ii.m tailed "Vayakhel"). The
rabbis say that this indicates that
Moses especialb, gathered the peo-
ple on the Sabbath In outer to
lecture to them abOUl the Torah.
Tins supposedly set an example
for the rabbis of the future and of
all generations to gather their
people on the Sabbath in order
Lo t. ach them the Torah.
Why i* it forbidden for a Jew
to lake interest on loaning
none*, f
This prohibition is mentioned in
the Bible (Leviticus 25:361 A
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi, 1*
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). R00O Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 1*
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MIAMI BEACH
SINAI (TEMPLE) or NORTH DAPE
Trniporary office, 18801 NE-Vnd A.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kinpsley. 3'
m St-i'V 1...... u
SXrTV Salui .i in

SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NC
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 31
-------a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREAT7R
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodo
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
COfiAL GABIES

JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Gransda
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns K p
per 40
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora A.e
Conservative. Rabbi Manwea Berfj?r
FT. IAUDER0AIE
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BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
\< \ ". |1 111 S> I IP' If u
i > Pre|ar< SnlUrdu^ m S
ir \ \. .i Month il \\\
\. n Vi .it Knlloui ,1 l.v .. Klilill
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews A.e.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levt n
Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
HALLANDAIE

HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
12 N.E. First Ave 44
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
, Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ftalorda) 3" < >" Kernmn "Spirltunl
| Mobilisation." liar Mitsvali Mitrhell.
t i-.iii of Mr. a.ui Mr* Ji"ii OrnttulH
i
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffr. 4J
I'li.l.iv v 1". pin S. i \ i. roniln -l 'y
l >r Abr ihurn VU l I- r. Tmnt-
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wem. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Stwir-
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE) 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Reeh
th,
Six tribes each, atop mourn Ebal and mount Gerizim, with
Ark .ii Ihe v alle> between.
violation is considered to \- so ex-
treme that one who di>es practice
usury is considered to have denied (
the vi ry fundamentals of Judaism. I
S line claim that one who loans
money without taking interest
di monstrates that the money he
owns was given to him by the
Almighty in trust so that he could
help others as an agent ol the
Almij hty.
Furthermore, it is claimed that
the Almighty saved the Jews from
l Igypt so that they would become
His people and thej would help
each other, n they extend loans to ii,.i.,\ ..;. p.m Rnturda}
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE.. 4114
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETHTFILAH 936 Euclid Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 170' Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
24 AB7:41
"Thou sh I .- the blessing upon mount Gerizim, and the
curs ml Eb < Deut, 11 29>.
H Behold, I sel before you tin- da> a bli ind a
cm lessing. ii >- shall lv. rken unto the commandments
of ihe I., d your God, which 1 command you this day: and the
-,. n' ye shall nut hearken" iDeuteronomj 11 26
\\h.i-, the Israelites enter Canaan, six tribes are to si ind
upon mount Gerizim and bless all those who will keep God's
nandments, and si\ tribes are to Btand on mount Ebal and
curs.- all those who will disobej God's commandments.
Sacri tffered only in the piece that God shall
choose n who wishes to offer i meal sacrifice which he may
eat, ind lives '.hi far from the proper place of offering, may
slaughter th offering In his own house, but it will not be eon-
side ice He must be careful not to consume any of
the blood.
I. h i incite others to idolatrous acts are to be oxtcr-
min ;oes on to state the rules defining' purity
i d lo ani rials, fi-h and fowl the basic
ritual [be portion also contain- the rulea rej
.1,1 py moral proh bition on Interest, and regu-
the Hebrew slave, the firet-born of auimals,
and the three p
This recounting of the Week/y Portion of tho Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
,B1KSjaea>eseaeae'e,IB*B*'BB^^aBaxaxailxaBxaxaB
each other with no other motive
than to be oi assist u ce, thi ; are
carrying out the original Intenl "i
the Exodus. Generally speaking,
one who extends loans without in-
terest demonstrates his faith in the
providence ol the Almighty, who
provides all his creatuies with
their due sustenance. If one has
| more than his own need--, and an-
other is lacking, he is destined to
u .. klj Portion of Hi. Illbli-
m 'I'll
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). '72S
Monroe St Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. M

SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative Rabbi David Shap ro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW 3Sth
St Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
W.nogr.id Cantor Abraham Kos'e'
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cro,r 2S SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Avs.
Conservative. R.iblu Morris A. Skoo
P0MPAN0 BEACH
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Cantor Michael f'edrnck
SURFSIDI

MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
SO
; fill the needs Of his fellow human MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
hv "i int in" him whatever c.iiutc- Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
OJ ^i -i. s are possible. ,
There are certain eases and .on- ner tamid (temple). 80th St. and
, Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
ditions, of course, where excep-
tions arc made and some form of
interest is allowed, depending on
the circumstances and condition ol
i'ii ty and the Indh klual.
Israel Festival Continues
Through August 31
A highlight ol this year's Israel
Festival, which opened July 31
with the musical pageanl "My
J. rusalem," will be the pi rform-
. ui "El Pessbn ." an oratorio
bj P iiiio ('asals.
Among the featured artists at
the festival, which will close after
the L3th program Aug 31, arc per-
formers from Chile. New Ymk
and Belgium. There are u non-
stop l'i Al Israel Airlines flights
i wet I- between New Ymk and
I Tel Amv lor Americans Interested
In attending the festival.
Rabbi Eugene Lab'ovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
-------e------
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber,
man. 30
l'iia..> : p in s .,,. p m >..
'"'" Tl Molllh ..I l'i,;..,,., .. i,
Thts pagr 11 prepared in
cooperat on triih tlie Greater
M col Association.
( iMotor ol Oie fejlwei
afl he i<
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
S f.tual f.rdJ^r of
Beiii Tor mi c INCP.I CATIOH
or N OK 1 II Miami Bincm
(MBJ : i
fabbimcal Jefevision jr*
rocjrama
Ant;. Ill
-<"'' 10, 9 ." a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Hosl i. ,i./
Temple Mi Tam d. M an H
Aim. ineh t io :m The still Small \
Hosl Rabl Jacob Kabakoff, pi lessor ol H<
Liti tur i in. Univcrsit) .1 the Cit;
Ni w Y. 11.
Topic: Hebrew and Jewish Education.
No M \\ TO MAN" PrograoM Will Be Tetoeaat la Avmob4


Friday, August 8, 1969
+Jmlsti fkrSdHciin
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Yeshiva University Professor Traces
European Jews' Origins To 8th Century
N':\V YORK (WNSl A
Y< shi\*a University professor of
.1^ wish history has traced the
origins of more than 10 million
Jrws of European descent
more tlmn SO'; of world Jewry
- to 10.000 Franco-German Jews
of the Eighth Century.
In his hook. "The Heroic Age
of Franco-German Jewry," pub-
lished by Yeshiva University, Dr.
living A. Agus, an expert oil life
in pre-Crusadi s Europe, said
this small group of Jews had
unusual inti lllgi nee, commercial
skill, adaptability and wealth,
as will as a great devotion to
the study and observance of
Judaism.
According to Dr. Agus, the
FraiM o-G< rman .1. ws of the
Early Middle Ages were, in the
main, the "rare survivors" of the
approximately on.- million J(s
of the Western Roman Empire
at the beginning <>i the Fourth
i' it n;.. Tin ir survi\al truly
f. l.'a. s the proci ss oi 'tiii' s
vi\ d .,\ Hie fittt si." In' said. For
during the Fourth through the
Eighth Centuries, the Roman
v. mi' ssed the invasions
' 11 baric ti Ibcs and the stren-
Flagler Dog Track
Records Toppled
Flaglcr Kenm I Club enters the
iwa! month oi its racing Reason
aiiIi ".lau- Brothers' Kennel hold-
I' ad in the $25,000 Kennel
Mtdl' j Stakes and mutuel and at-
tendance records continuing to
topple.
Tli Kenni I Medley, in which li;
outfits nter four greyhounds over
Iciii- different distances, reaches
its last preliminary found Friday
night, with the eight kennels turn-
ing In the best performances eligi-
I li for ihe finals on Aug. 15.
Flaglcr, Issie Hecht's greyhound
Rhnwplacc, is shooting for the first
$60 million season in the nation.
]i has ahv.-'dv eclipsed the pre-
vious high oi $-it;.t;s7.oo;, set by
Riscayne l*>c Track last year dur-
ing i's 100-day meeting, by han-
dling more than SIT million in its
first 7S days.
r
uous efforts ol the Catholic
Chyrch to convert Jews.
Th.s.' Jews survived because
as successful merchants they
had to deal with "unruly and
I arbaric peoples" in their travel
to distant lands, and had to cross
bandit-infested anas, in doing
so, they displayed "greal kntelli-
nee and unusual adaptability,
whose possession of hoarded
wealth included the ability to
si cci ssfully use it to the great-
< si possible effect." he said.
Resist in,-,. |o Hie pressure 111
the Catholic Church to convert,
Dr. Agus wrote, required "un-
usual stamina, meat heroism
and unimaginably strong devo-
tion to Judaism, the type of dO-
VOtion that conns only from a
lift '"in; di dication to the study
of the Oral Law."
Thi se rare survivors, in addi-
tion to their wealth, intelligence,
scholarship and r< ligious tenaci-
ty formi d an advanci d political
l roup, .".in! possi ss, ,i a high di -
grce oi political and legal au-
tonomv tor more than a thou-
sand y< are, and i vi n had i
l i .ir supra-communal gov-
ernment." Dr. Agus stated.
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+Jewist> Her Mian
Friday, August 8. 1969
Fr

Z O A President Denounces Committee
Efforts To Prevent His Bid For Reelection
NEW YORK iJTAi Jacques
Torczyner has denounced mem-
bers of the Zionist Organization
of America who have formed a
committee to fight his bid for re-
election to tilth and sixth terms
as ZOA president at the ZOA
national convention in Los An-
geles this month, calling the
statements made by the National
Committee to Safeguard the In-
tegrity of the ZOA "a deplorable
example of destructive organiza-
tional polities at their worst.*'
The ad hoc committee headed
by national ZOA finance chair-
man Carol Pickel of New York,
said it hoped to defeat at the
convention a proposed amend-
ment to the ZOA constitution
that would i li ar the way for Mr.
Torczyn r's reelection. The con-
stitution now provides that a
president who has served four
consecutiv terms cannot suc-
ceed himself without the lapse of
St least one full term of one
year. At the Pan American Zi-
onist Conference in Miami Beach
earlier this year, the ZOA na-
tional executive committee voted
to seek an amendment under
which "the incumbent president
shall be eligible to succeed
himself for not more than two
further consecutive one-year
terms."
In announcing plans to fight
the proposed amendment, the ad
hoc committee charged there-
had been "a progressive decline
in the membership of the ZOA
... as well as serious shortcom-
ings in the spheres of public re-
lations, counteracting of Arab
propaganda on the campuses and
mass media, as well as lack
of achievements in aliyah. youth
and Hebrew education.*' The
committee also chargtd that the
proposed amendment would be
"a violation of the principles of
democracy" in the ZOA.
In his statement, Mr. Tore-
Opening Session Of
Hear Address By Dr.
The opening address of the an-
nual Joint Workshop of the Anti-
Defamation League and the Adult
Jewish Education Section of the
Florida State Association of B'nai
B rith Lodges in Tampa will !*
given by Dr. Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Dado ami
Browanl Countii s' Bureau of Jew-
ish Education on Aug. 22. He will
speak on the topic. "The Jewish
Home Just How Jewish Is It?"
Attendance at the Aug. 22-24
workshop is exp Cted from all
parts of th.- state. "Jewish Aspects
of the College and Youth Protest
Movement" will be discussed by
Dr. Irwin Levy, professor of edu-
cation, University of South Florida
en Saturday. Aug. 2.''.. and the
Adult Jewish Education part ol
the workshop will conclude with a
luncheon at which Rabbi Stanley
Ka/en of Tampa"-: Temple Rodolph
Sholom. will summarize the work-
shop and commc nt on urban and
k lati-d problems.
On the Adult Jewish Education
Workshop Committee, if i
Joint Workshop To
Louis Schwartzman
Sam Pascoe is chairman, are Jay
Markowitz and Eugene Eisen of j
Tampa.
At the start of the ADL section ;
of the workshop Saturday evening, i
George J. Talianoff, chairman of :
ADL's National Community Serv- |
i.' ommittce, will speak on Pref- j
erential Treatment in Employment j
ami College Admissions, according
to Walter A. Apfelbaum. program
chairman. Sunday's luncheon will i
feature St. Petersburg Times re- |
porter and special writer Samuel
Adams as the speaker. His topic
wHl be "Race and News "Media."
Among the other ADL seminar
speakers will be Alfred Golden,
who will talk on "Responsibility
and Community Service," and
National ADL Commissioner Bur-
netl Roth, who will discuss "The '
Role of an ADL Committee."
Chairman of the Florida Re- :
Sional Board of ALL is Henry
Wolff; William M. Alper is chair-
man of the regional board's execu- '
live committee.
zyner termed "ridiculous" the
ad hoc committee's "harping" on
democratic principles. "The an-
nual ZOA conventions are fa-
mous for free and unfettered
discussions." he said, "and it is
not necessary to set the stage
for debate by employing smear
tactics." Throughout his ZOA
presidency, he declared, the
very members of this self-styled
committee- applauded, endorsed
and shared the policies cf our
administration. They themselves
know that their shrill criticism
is phony and their sudden alarm
contrived." he asserted.
"The record shows." said Mr.
Torczyner. "that precisely under
my administration. ZOA m< m-
bership held its own after an
increase in dues this year, which
was the first in 10 years. The
public affairs programs of the
ZOA in counteracting Arab prop-
aganda and in mobilizing public
opinion through dozens of area
conferences, campus forums, full
page ads in national and local
dailies from coast to coast, the
extensive ZOA aliyah program
through its full-time aliyah de-
partment, the revival of the Ma-
sada youth movement and our
summer programs for American
youth in Israel, which are
among the largest in the coun-
try, speak for themselves and
will be presented to the conven-
tion for judgment
"The call for the continuation
of my stewardship of the ZOA
has come from hundreds of na-
tional, regional and district lead-
era throughout the country, Mr.
Torczyner declared. "The na-
tional convention will judge my
administration on its ricord," he
said, declaring he had full con-
fidence in the collective judg-
ment of the thousands of dedi-
cated ZOA members throughout
the country, who through their
hard work and devotion, have
made the' record of this adminis-
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There are now two other can-
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ZOA: Rabbi I. Usher Kirshblum
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than e.MO workers daily in il
forests. Although this number has
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Friday. August 8, 19S9
Jewish fkridHirin
Page 13-A
Trudeau Concerned About Jewish Minorities ttZZZX
ilONTrt-AI.MJT/rt
BHrnsMr P,-rrr Elliott TTtidWr
told tin Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in an exclusive inter- i
view that t .:< Canadian govern-
menf'hai Bhown its concern for !
Ihe Jewish minorities living in
several Asa i countries and has
on occasion been able to be of
some as.-i tanci to them." The
Prime Minister made this dis-
closure ir: prepared replies to a
serifs <>! questions submitted to '
him by J'i v- Montreal corre-
spondent, Vlichael M.Solomon.
He also declared that his gov-
ernment ha.i bten particularly
disturbed" by recent reports on
the plight -i members of the :
Jewish community in Iraq "and
is giving i' matt) r serious con-
Sideratioi :' added that Min-
ister oi Manpower and Immi-
gration Aiiai MacEachen and
Mitchell s- iii, i u Secretary of
State for xt i nal Affairs, had
been studying means by which
the Canadiai government might
"assist i: i dying this situa-
tion." He warned that questions
on procedun Were a "very deli- '
cate matter, since, if any action i
on the pi t of the Canadian gov-
ernment W< re to be misinter-
preted, it might lead to a wors-
ening ol tr.r situation in which
the Jewish community now finds
itself." He adde be able xc take some positive
steps thi si diplomatic chan-
nels in th ar future," but did
did net labi -ati
Asked whether the Canadian
governm it might "intervene
with the Soviet government in
rcapect to granting Soviet Jews
elementary lights they are de-
prived ol at present." he replied
that his government "follows
closely" d<\-lopments affecting
the human : ights of Soviet Jews.
He said thn the sufferings of
Jews in Kuiope under the Nazis
have given us a sense of special
moral rwpoassMHty*.to oppose
anti-Semitism wherever it may
occur."
He declared that the Soviet
Union waa "senaitive to public
criticism aboul its treatment of
Soviet Jewry, and Canada does
not lusitat. to make its views
known." Hew. ver, he told the
JTA. Wheth r those views should
be expressed through direct rep-
resentations, or other means,
depended "on an assessment of
what approach is likely to be
the most effective." He declared
that the Soviet government "is
aware that this ruestitm U a
Complicating flexor in Soviet-
Canadian relations."
The Prime Minister said
government had four.d no evi-
i- nee to support complaints of
Canadian Jewish organizations
that Nazi war criminals had
taken refuge in Canada after
World War II and through false
statements obtained naturalisa-
tion, giving them equal rights
with native Canadian citizens.
"We have investigated ali the
alleged cases which have been
brought to our attention," the
Prime Minister said, "and we
have not found any evidence
that citizenships have boon ob-
tained on the basis of such false
statt ments."
In another question, M. Tr;i-
deau was asked about a state-
ment by Justice Minister John
Turner that a measure to bar.
hat'' literature was not on th?
government's priority legislation
list. M. Trudeau replied, "Unfor-
tunately, because of a backiog of
l< '.'islation, it will not be possible
?n ('.nl with the bil! before the
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The Prime Minister reiterated
his government's position that
real peace in the Middle East
"requires agreement and con-
sent on the part of Israel and
the Arab staes. It cannot be
imposed." He added that Canada
continues to give its full support
"to the efforts of the United Na-
tions, in particular the mission
of Dr. Guimar V. Jarring" (who
was named as special peace en-
voy but whose mission has been
suspended for several months
while Big Four talks have been
hel i I M. Trudeau added that his
government "is at all times pre-
paid to consider means by
which it may usefully act to
help achieve this end."
The Prime Minister, in reply
to another question, assured
(Canadian Jews that the language
bi'l now before the House of
Commons, embodying his gov-
ernment's bi-iingualism policy,
should not be a cause for any
e pc*rn. Stressing that his goal
was to assure-'the rights and
privileges" of Canadians whose
language is French, as well as to
those whose language is English,
he told the JTA that it was not
his government's purpose to dis-
criminate against other lan-
guages or cultural groups."
He added that his government
"believes the special character
of Canada is greatly enhanced
by the c>ntiibution brought by
Canadians of many different
backgrounds, languages and ra-
cial extractions. Our hope is
that these cultures will flourish
arvi it Is the policy of the present
government to assist them as
best we can."
Mrs. Sylvia Crayne has been
named Chicago sales r-ni. senta-
tiVe for Century 2A. cohdominiu'm-
community located at 183rd St.
and Biscayne Blvd., in the North
Dade area.
A native New Yorker. Mrs.
Crayne is a graduate of Adelphi
University and the Chicago Real
Estate School.
Abba Khan, Israel's foreign min-
ister, is a nati\e of Capetown. He
represented Israel at the I'nited
Nations from 1948 to 1S).">0, when
he became Israel's AmliaNsador to
the United states. His speeches in
tile I'nit* Six-Day War won him admiration
a- an orator. He is 54. (JTA)
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Page 14-A
Pjfewffi FfcricfijHn
Friday, August 8. 1969
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
The Mandate Is Dead But It Is Not Buried
London
poi.osiAl.hM is :, habit of mind
which survives the colonies also
< mandates, onlj more >. You some-
nos h ivc the feclin: over here -
the P Mandate is still in o|
" m: ii is i il n ii tii still had a locus
- n.l h th< Middl East.
Bi tish Jews oft< n ulso act as il the
I* mdate i still in force, Oi course they arc devoted
I Israel. But they send delegations to the Foreign 0
i and the) gel terribly worried about articles, broad-
casts and letters-to-the-editor that are unfriendly to ls-
rael. A pro-Arab advertisement in The London Times i~
treated lik<> a major political setback.
At the moment British Jews, and presumably otlier
is too. are very worried aboul Israel's rejection ol the
Security Council's resolution on Jerusalem. Israel stands
>ne once mi >n !
They tend to forget that Israel did not do too badly
on its own in 1948, 1956 and 1967. It is when Israel eon-
suits its friends that it tends to regret it But such
cynical observations, even when thej arc based upon In-
controvertible facts, cannot help worried people.
A few days ago, I lectured to a Jewish audiei .v.
During question timi. a lady stood up to admonish me:
"How can you say that Israel should ignore the United
Nations? No man is an island, don't you know0"
Of course I know. I even know that John Donne said
il. a fact she did not know. She was under the impression
it was said by I' Thant. But, I pointed out, no man is a
United Nations Assembly, either.
I am happy to i>e able to repi it that the majority
of the audience was with me.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT

Bottleneck In Israel's Patent Industry
W*f""**!^ ^ QI-l'Kl >- Sl(.\ VI.
fg B i -'"' up by the Israel Patent
Registry, which has been flooded
with applications, the processing
oi which is beyond the abilitj ol
its hard-working staff. Of about
2,000 applications filed each year.
little more than half are granted
within the year, and the backlog
is now aboil 7.000. Applicants can expect a delay
ot about three years a situation which is hardly
encouraging to Israel's inventive geniuses, nor to
foreign concerns seeking to protect their products
with Israel patents. The United States, Germany,
Suvd. n, France and England lead this list, and
account for nearly three-fourths ol ilic applications
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
As Driven Sands
n \i;m Balfour Biiekner's
:n i stud.- As Driven SunUM
oft 5 Action of
'. i in 75c ii s b en
It by Mat Sa
; but
I with import int data. It ex-
;> >n-
sibility I tl i any, for tha
f tl Vrabs; their I inx i ind di finition:
the i' \ and the pi sent i late ol affairs
3 s. the i stion < i > refugees was
i an pi onon i m for the U.N an I
the t'n I< IS S rdinate to this were the
[willieal aspects which were utilized sirs
.. \ h I ites to exac. rbate the Middle I
turmoil and t" defeat attempts to make p
Sii 11 1867, the A refuge have
war i. politics tin No.l issue in Israel-
a i relations Their ex itencc h b en us I a- b
v and subtei fuge to la im h vat iocs n
ni": t- and I libei Pa liro iread to
Israi Mine I v the
I inians.
looked in battle now being
I by t '. I nation with a
S10.I Eicant facts
pendent polit
Palesl
.: th< re ne\ 'i w
\ ah who
I 'ft what
v,7 |
incieal .
onlj Ihe A
sorbed by Fii lithout oul
ees, and Ii
P k -: in -v. .in
The l-Jiie Hoffer's statem< nl
that thil
hidden to Jews Othet nations drive out thou-
sands, even millions, and there is no refugee prob-
Everyone e q> c the Jews I i be the onlj
n ins in this world." UNRWA admitted
in September, 1962 thai its fi do not necea-
sai il\ reflecl the act i igee populati in, ov
t(. factors such unreported deaths and undetect
nl false and dupHc it* registration
Christians -I.....Id read As Driven Naaia,
annually. Together with 22 other countries Israel
belongs to the international Patent Convention.
The figures show that Israel lags far behind
other countries in patent applications per thousand
of population. The reason for its poor showing is to
he found in the way research funds are spent. In
most of the Western world about two-thirds of the
total national research budget is put into applied
research. In Israel about two thirds is spent on
theoretical research, which does not lead to imme-
diate practical results -or patents
The direction in which Israel is headed is indi-
cated by the 1%K statistics. More than 400 of the
1113 patent! PJsjistcred were in the general field of
chemistry. Far behind, with less than 100 each were
such fields as textiles, agriculture, transportation.
medicine and motors. A sudden spurt in research
and discovery in the field of Uo*medJcal engineer-
ing, sometimes also called medical electronics, is not
yet reflected in patent office statistics. Scientists
at Hadmsah Medical School, for example, have de-
veloped smull photoetoetric transduci rs which, when
attached to external parts of the body, provide in-
formation unavailable even through X-ray. And at
the Wehsmann Institute, scientists have devisi
method nl Introducing tiny magnetic partich into
the cerebral and eardio-vasculat systems of the
which i p, ,
r ntrols ouUidu t ; d; \t T chnion, i nginccrs
I ed a set o fie: til
-; >wi re i bj en i art -- d i
Under Israi i law n p lent is ral l to 20 years
lem I,
ut "i Hie way. creative n .;..- hen will
come up < sh idi. for the well ire ol man-
kind m I resun iblj i i for imi t th
count h lance.
'' tnotc: In popul H. br ang, the
i '"" means n rk or i clever short,- >
W an Hi it d nil n tl i ri an millions of pat
in Isr l and no uon is n quit
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
1492 And 1969
IT WAS ON the last day ol Tisl a
' B'Av, 1492, that Columbus set
s.ui mi the voyage to America,
It was the week of Tish B'Av,
1969, that Americana set out for
the moon.
Tl>- television cameras in 1192
I pointed at Columbus when he
took off. Columbus spoke only
briefly, expressing confidence in the success of his
expedition. "I am sure-." he said, "thai I will find
the land of liberty and freedom." Then i-e llizing
thai it was the days of the Spanish Inquisition, he
quickly added. "What I mean to say is that I want
to thank Her Majesty for the confidence and trust
slu' has reposed in me
"it took her a long time to realize the Impor-
tance of my project." he continued. Then, realizing
he was treading on dangerous ground, he again ear*
rected himself, 'What I meant to gay, of course, is
thai I am surprised thai it didn't take her a long
tinu to realize the value of my project
"And oi course." Columbus went on to say, "I
unit to th ink my friend, Signor Luis de Santangell,
without whoso aid I would have gotten novvhe
Thi history books ol the future,' Columbus added,
link the name ol the Je S mtangell along
w\ h nine in the great discovery which I am a
to aci mplisl
Alas, histor> books are nol Jvt jrs lust. For In-
M ison, tiie most recent bi r of
Columbus, cloesn'l m ntion th i Santangell was
sh, It was he < i to d
mind he hud o
ly-hai ointii tl ntagi ti S i
I th .in tin-on. h C
S nl ingi II i prob :> one of the few .lews t.(
come down to Col uf| Most ol the ot
Jews were bu heir ow n 5 > in the
seari h 1 >r 1 ni u h m land It Is noti I in C ilum-
bus" journal that he set Kail on the day the Jews
e ex|M lied I Sp tin.
THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALLOB
Search For The Missing Hushanris
AN ISRAELI RABBI has 1
\ an (Irt hodox wo miz it 1 m I
letective
I 01 over
' : r peril ny 1 nl i. on sp
from the I
'
'
'


Tikvah. who
his Hcials of the Womet
>n h .' 11 k As result ol
the \\ mi 1. Bra '. offi edits set 11
el ind net suasion 1 fforts directed al de-
serting Jewish husbands In the U.S. ind Canada
Wyman Berenson of Kew Garden Hills
N.Y., .1 past president ol the Worn as Branch and
chairman ol Its Agunah Liaison Committee, cited ..
:' 1 newsp iper on one of Rabbi
Katz tours ol Europ during which he handled .TO
1 to hi 11 by the Religious Affairs Min-
istry, which underwrites the cost, visiting Italy.
Au tria, iv Igfum, West Oermany, Poland; Brit
an I Frano '. tn the rep rt, R ibbi Kutz
15 ol tin ii'; ;h.1. husl ands to ,-e th r
let." Many of tl
with the h< ip of Israeli consulates, imi
1 : nments, which 1
' 1 and arresi
""'' y. He reported
fleeing h
. II !
thai to mp : the task
.... a-
partic
:
ife or is .1 frk n I ol the "Agun
will run 1 m ,. 1U| ,, ,, n
1 ise ii the Ins.. md fe. Is the person ap
p .nil a social ind 1
nal motivation."
The Women's Branch prepared letter explain-
ing the rabbi's mission and asking thai every assist-
nee be given him. addressed to their affiliates in
Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal, which Rabbi Katz
took with him to Canada. The letter was signed
bj Mrs, Berenson and Women's Branch president
Mrs. Meyer Karlin, and said the Women's Branch
had 1 lined with the Rabbinical Council of America
the rabbinic adjunct of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, in helping him.


F;iday. August 8. 1969
1
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vorce has l.. .ii filed against you, and
you are required t.. nerve :i copy ..f
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
.if Complaint on the Plalntlff'i at-
torney. MAX P. RNQEL, Suite 17-C.
i WO N w loth Avenue, Miami, Flo-
rida, Telephone: 379-8811 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
"ffii.....f the Clerk .>f the circuit
Court ..'i or before the 12th
s. in. mber, 19(9 if you fail ii
ludgment by default will h,
iigalusl \ "U for the relief
in ih. ism .if Complaint
This notice shall be publish
each week for four consecutive .!>?
THE JEWISH I'l OR1DTAX.
day
.I..
t;ii-
of
Ii manded
I once
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLOfWDA
I'n ALL 'iii UII'i.M THESE PI! '.
SENTS SHAL1 CnME, C1REETINI! >:
Whereas, PERKY MAXDEL. .Mini i
rieacli. Florida: N'HiM.W CIAIEN
Miami, Reach, Florida : U AI tit I
TEPPER. Miami Reach, Florida i
on the 2 tlay of May, A.I'. l!it!9 causi
be Incorporated under the laws
Die State ..f Florida RI'NLITK TO\ -
Kiss. INC. ;i corporation, Ith
principal place of bualnesx nl Mini
hench, l i.i.i" County hi .1" Stnti
Florida, and whereas mi h coriKir -
ii..ii ili.l on the Mth day of .lulj \
I99, mis,, to be filed In tl
of ih.- Secretary of Btati of llu st
>r Horlda, the documentarj null......
required under Section 6hs."7, Plot
Statutes, showing ill.- dissolution *
ui i ...: pora lion.
Mow, therefore, the Scer tnry *
State does hereby certify to the foi -
going and thai he Is satlsfi.'.l thai i
requirements of the law have Ih
comnl .' with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I lin
unto set my hand inul l
ffixed the On :.i Seal of ihe si
DONE AXD ORDERED at Miami, j of Florida, at Tallnbas....., tin C.....I i
Florida, this 1st day nf August All this the 24th daj of July, \ h
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
1909.
I-:. II I.EATHERMAN, Cli rk
Circuit Court. Ii.i.l. County, Florida
Ry: 1 ALEXANDER
I outy Clerk
u i. nil i ..mi S.-;il I
LAW i IFFICKS i IF
MAX I' BNOEL
Him N'.W. 10th Avenue, Suite 17-0
Miami. Horliln
Allorne> for Plaintiff
are
in-
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
I IEH1IA I ih K i:il.\l AN,
,iiff,
\ 8.
ai.i.kn i ii i it-fi-ndant
T. i Al.LEN M'KERMAN
. "i Rouli
\pl .Hi
Kuvere, Mass,
You, ALLEN DICKERMAN.
1 Uj notll i thai .i Rill nf i
;. jut for 1 lias been
j ..u. anil ) ou ire i quire 'i In
* -\ < a <-.-|i> of .-our Answer or Plead -
io the Rill ol Con -ii .-ii ih.
Plaintiff! alti ncy, i ;i.. >\ Elt CI-
MENT WEINSTKIX \ STACRKU,
p \ ISO Lin. Miami Ik
: .] \li- A r
I'll ;idl i .....i Ihe -
111. Cv, nIt I
rtu) of \u; u i. ....... -ii '
...-.
in iujtalnsi -i elief de-
il li hi f i mpl'tint
Tin- notlci kI II In published oqce
... k foi foi r "- k
n -i i;: je\v i-:< i ixmunAN,
ii '- a AND Mil iKRKD al M
i da) ot Jul) A D
V. it. l.i: VTHEUMAN, li
Cii uit < loui i i ui I '
,.;. UAROt'EKITE KENT
l ii i.ui > Clerk
- u.* 1 Vlll i Si 'i
.". i\ i-:i: CIMBNT VVEINSTETN
I -.'' \i'''i:i: p \
1 '.HUM \\
A'' fOI I
7 l 23 1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN "KOBATE
No. 78532-B
IN UK Estate of
M WO UAA : .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
\'OTIf E i> rhj hat I 1
I Final i: I I' I I
for Distribution and I
utor ol of MARY
IIAAi !
i llu i I mi i, n ill appl
Iloiiorubl Count! ui I i
.... i ,,,|
ii .-'..I for distribui I
i i
of tli< nbove-un mi d i
I Jul},
- BIO l I'l iLCZBR
M M.i i iLAI II FRIEDAIAN
-
_: s : Hi t Streel
I, i'l. rida
. >
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S1490-B
In RK: Bstnti ol
DAVID ItEill MIDDLETON
I......I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
^ (TICK is HERERY given thai I
1 filed Final Report and P< III ii -i
for I li butioi .i...I Final I 'isi'harge
.i^ \ in.i tratrlx of th. estate of
DAN ID UKID \ii|.|.|.i:ti..V, di.....s-
ed in il thai on the 18th day of Aug-
ust, 19*9, m apply to the Honorable
. ii -i Judgi "f Dtide i n ity,
Florida, for approval of -:ii.l Final
Id i..-i i nl for distribution and I i
1 .ii-. li..- as Administratrix of the
the abovi a mi I di d< nt.
; li ii ,iut> ''{'
sl.NCrBI PI VSBCKI
DAVID Hi;. US i||K REUO, BSQ.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'lii'i: is hi.I., ,.-,' that
llu undi Igneil ilesii
hi lap InesH uudi -,
HE U! I.LI VAI M v lt< I s VC.BNCN
i...
n
Clel e Circuit I '--III '
. i I tad ii :
\\ II.I.IA.M II .MAI.- S
I.M BU FRIED

., ii.1.1 \ M .M.i crs m:i:\.'V
: -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69- I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\\\ '' "Mil's VERA,
\ s
SBUtill I ERNEST V'BR V,
i.. .
i i SBROK i ERNEST VERA
.- Mrs. Anna Ri yi -
117.1 \-..viraiul Avi nue
lirookl) 11. Nell N ..11,
You. SEROKI ERNEST \ ER L. an
li...-l.y notified lhal ;i Rill of Com-
pli 111 for I ilvorce lias been I il
-1 j ou, and v-ii are requln .1 10
serve :i copy nf yi ui v iswer or Ulead- j
Ing Io the Hill i-i Complaini on the
tiffs attorn, j. 1 .ESTER Itl <:- j
i:i:s. ESQ., 999 \.W. H1I1 Street,
Miami, Florida 33130 and file the
riglnnl Answer ..1 Pleading In the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i 'Tli 'i: is HERERY IIVEN 1! I
Ihe undersigned.
in l>u> im under 1 he fictitious nami
"' El. SOHHK UK \ St IRPRES V at
We., Miami, l-'l.i Room |
.1 -s'-i.-i- ~^.i.l im im
Clerl 1' r.-uil Court
Il 1
IIAI'L R nl t
USE 1 VMALI 41
ARAAIIS I
R 8 ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84312
i- RE Estate of
JOSEPH rU'RFINKEL
Deceasi 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'r. dltom and All Pi rsnii* 11
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsi s.
Bstati
^'..^l are hen hj notified 11 1 n "u
. .1 10 presl 111 ;i!;v c|| ims .-. ,;. i- ,-
-...ii urn- .- agal ihe -
iSEPH OCRFINKEI. i- 1 1
f Hail 1 ty. Floriiln. to il
Judice> of Dade C 1
fill the same In duplli : :""l
Section 733.10 Florh
IN THE COl NT Y JUDGE'S COURT
I NAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83930
; KB E lat of
s VAII EL iMER
in
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crwl I All P 'i
D< in.-lid.. A
:
Vou ; henb) illfled
mands
1
late of SAMI'EI. M SIT. i.MEU di
..., .1 late ol I lade I 'ounl) I
Count; luils of I ladi Cnu
iiiul nl. 1I1. same in duplli : li-
ed
Statutes, 111 I heir offices Ihe Count}
1 'ourihouse in I lade 1 u 1 I 'loriilu,
within six i-alcndar months from Ihe
lime of ihe first puhlli atli 11 hi r< of,
or id. same w ill In liai
Dated nl Ml iml, FI01 Ida, this I "-
day of July A D I9C9,
s DOUl 'THY SITOJIER
As K\. ulrix
publical ion *>f this n..i i. oil
Ihe L'.'ith dnj '-I Jul) 191 ''
' Statutes, in th. ; llu Cou
. 'ourll Hade Count; I
1 .. r moil tl
i-u
1 1-1 nil) be h
1 ii : Florid
VI
IKiSKOI UFIXKEI.
\ Ailniii -11.'
First of tl olici
Il Jul) '
. & OUi ISS
Mtorne) in H'ix
Fl Ida
1 '-.
of the Clerk of llu Circull VRIHITT AND FRI MKBS
Court on or bi fon Ihe 2Mh day of Attorneys for Executrix
Lugust, I9B9. If you fail i" -l" so, Ijn Lincoln Road
judgnie-iil by default will i- taken .Miami Reach, Florida
1
nil

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. SO-11049
MARY ELLEN limsi:,
I'laii tiff
\
John thom \s i h'se,
1 fendant
T<' JOHN TH- 'MAS Hi il'Si::
, .. William \ House
:-.-. Kid'-' SI 1
I lufot -I. '' '" '
You, JOHN I IIO.MAS limsi:
hereby notified lhal a inn nl Com-
plaini for Dlvi n h n riled
.....1-1 you. and >' 11 1 nuln 'I to
rvc a cop) I your Answer or Plead-
to the Rill of Complaint 011 Ihe
PlninliiTs attorney. PA I'L KWrTNEl
420 Lincoln Rond, Miami Reach, 1 Io
rida .ind fib- the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circull Court on or before the
.-'ih day of August, I96. If > fall
t" do so. Judgment by default will be
taken againel you for ih.- relief de-
manded in ih- RIM "f ComplaJnt.
This notice shall be published once
nil week for fi-ur oonaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH KIOHIHIW
in |\'K AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14lh day of .July AD.
: -..'i
E R. LEATHEIt.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, DadeCounty, Florida
By: 1. SNEWDEN
D- puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNl'.Y
4L'0 LlncOm Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff .,,.,,,,.,
RE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-7690
SUIT FOf-: DIVORCE
VEROll M iDUEl! TI'RNER,
PI
\ s
. \ 1151. T17RNER,
Hi -. danl
- MARELTI'RNER 11 k .1
\l \HKL I i: VTII
. sji reel
1:111 IHiKton, North .
You M MtEL TI'RNER. n
BEL LE VTH an hi rebj
Itlll of Compl 1'
ou d you
"-1 >"ii I... ih. relli f demanded
in -hi- Rill of Complaint.
Th notice shall be published once
". > I. !" four '.;:- ui ..- ekn
HE JEW ISII I'M IR1DIAN.
DONE AM> ORDERED .11 Miami,
1 Ida, ilii.- 21 'I '..> of July A, 11
I
1: II LE VTHEUAI W. C
Cii 11 Courl 1 '.: '.- 1 'oui ') I'l' rida
By: \. A HEWETT
I 'ii:.v 1 :, : I,
uit I .ilii Seal 1
I ESTER UOOEUS, ESQ
,\ lih Stn el
Miami. Florida
for P in 111'
7 R-]5
2S S l-S IS
-.....vc n ui
. r ... i" Ing 1 ihi Rill
, ,, the plaintiff's Al 1.'i 111 ).
i: \ n \ MI'NSON, -' Ingi
Ruildlng, Miami, KI.....Ih i nd fill llu
- 1 Vnswer or !" ml '" the
thi -'I. rk uf ihe circull
, -oui 1 on or befon Ihe Mli day "'
Si pi. ml., r, 1909 If \ ou fall 1..... -"
1 111 1 y ilcfliull IM I"- ':il>- II
v ..11 for Ihe 1 -li. f il- mundiil
,,i ihe Bill "' '' 'in-''I".
hi -1 all 1
w .- i. 1 ill
in THE JEWISH I'l OR1D1 \N.
1'i.NI-: AND ORDERED in Miami,
Florida, Ihli Slsl tin) of July A.D
i: It LEATIIERA1AN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade 'ountj, FI01 Ida
II] \ a. HEWETT
1 ii put) ci' rk
(Circull Courl Seal)
R.l.i-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80335-B
IN RE Bstati I
IU.MA c< m >K
ised.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRI BliT ION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is h-relij |
d ni) Final R< I
I -i- 1.i.u 1 ion and Flna 1
- I5xi .1 11 :
ii:\i \ ci H >K and lint on thi
August, 1969, u ill api
' unt) Judges ol I -. de
unt: Flo iila, for uppi -
,'. 11 -1 for distribution and
charge Execu
. :* ii-.- alsive-nained d<
This 1.1th day of July, 1 1 "
WALL VCE N. MAER,
Executor uf thi I > .' if
IRMA 11 >h". il. :i-. '1
W M.r.Aii; n \i.\i:i;
Atiorm y
In; Building
published once Miami, Florida 32130
llsccUl i' Weeks
MA-
llllll
. 11
7 IS 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desirlug to engage
in huslnoHs under ilo- fictitious name
ui 1; .RK ai in n 1: -' Ave Miami,
: Fla.. Room "0(1 Intend i" 1 .
with ilo- Ch rk of thi Circuit
Court "f Dnde County, Florida.
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 FOI: DIVORCE
- ANTHi 'NY llt'HUt IS,
I'
1 s
V UMA Itl'RGOS,
1 icli ndant.
Th. m iRAIA Rl'ROi iS
i.'. ileil .- I *nl.'."is 'i
You, N'ORMA BI'ROt IS, are h< re-
- .1 thai a Bill nf Complaini
for 1 livorce has bei n filed against
you, --.'I you nre requln-d to 1-.
.....> of 5 our Answer or 1 'leading li 1
hi Rill of Complaint on the Plali
attorney, I \\^' OFFICES OF M \ \
P BNOE1 Sun. I7-0. 1 100 N \\
lath Avenue, Miami, Florida, 379 381!
file the original Answer or Plead-
Ihe 1 Cli rk "f Ihi
u 1 'nun ".1 or In fore Ihe 22nd
day August. 1909 II you fall Io do
u i-mi. m bj .1. faull ill be luki
! u for the Iii I demandi .1
Rill of 1 "omu .
This notlci hall hi published once
- k for four '-ns>, ui i\. u ks
THE JEW ISII FIjORIDIAN
HONE AND fHDBRED nl Miami,
Ida, 11t i>- 18th da) of Jul) A 11
1: 1: 11: VTHERMAN Clerk,
en-' ull 1 'ourl. 1 lade County, FI01 Ida
R) MARi il BHITE KENT
I lenuty 'l.-rl;
11 "in uit 'ourl Seal)
LAW tPPICHfl 1 IF
MAN P BNOEL
Suite 17-tl Cent re House
N W. loth Avenue
Miami, Florida
7 :-. v 1-8 iS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8-1393
, RE r. ate ..f
- >l H Hi iLMBS
1......1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I A11 P nil
or 1 i.-in.hi.Is Aga insl Sn
1: ii
Vou are hereby notified and requ
.-I to preseni any clalmi ..ml
i- ii hii h 1 ".1 ma) Im i. uga
the .si:......1 MIRIAM II Hi'I.Mi:-
dei easi .1 lal of 1 lade County. Florid;
in the Count) Judges of Dad. Count
1 flli ihi -.111. in duplicate mid
provided in Section 7:::: 10, c.i ,1
Statutes, in 'In ir offices In the Coui
Courihouse in Dnde County. Florida,
within six calendar months from Ih
time of the flrsl publication heron
or the same v. Ill he ban ed
Dated at Miami, Florida, this _
da) "f -lulv. A 1". 1969.
.: RICH VRD P Mi ILMBS
\- l-'.\. utor
Flrsl publication of this no Ice o
25th dm f July, 1 :"'.:.
M MIX M F \ RER
Ml..... for Executor
sli -. I Building
M 1111 Fhu ids
7 -25 S : S-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84185
In RE Estate of
CHARLES I'l Mil MAN
Di cased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn and All Pel *ons Hav
riainii 'i 1 mands Against Sal'
Estate:
Vou an i ereby notified and requli
.-il to pn si an) lalms and demand
whh'h you 11..11 have at;.in--' ,:'- <
if CII Mtl i:s PEARLMAN .1"
ceasi'd la ti Dadi < !ounty, Florida
to thi Cou Judges of 1 ladi 1 'ount)
ami file I lupl B and .
pro\ i.i- -I li Si el Ion 73 1.11 rid
Statuti s. 11 tin offices In the Cou
- iui ihou in 1 lade 1 ''-uniy Ploi
within idar months : rom I h
lime of ihe first publication hereol
>'i the > red.
Dated ;ii Miami, Florida, tiiis
da) of Jul) v 11 1909,
B\ "l.vv PEARLMAN
As Exe< ulrix
Flrsl publl .,".-11 nf this noil e 0
the 25 1 'l of lulx, 1969,
Jl ISEPH SCII.M
An..1-".. i for
EVEIA \' PE M! I.M AN,
Administi 111 rlx
Wl.-l I ..1 Ui ltd,
Q h, Klorlda
7 25 8/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 1.....gage i >
huxliu ~s undi r the fictltl u name 01
CONTINENTAL BARBER SHOP at
5806 Sunsel Drive. S. Miami. Floi
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk "f il"' Circull Court of
Hailo County, Florida.
.il'.scs 1IARCIA
ARNOLD It CKI.L.MAN
Attorney (or Applicant
704AinsI.y Ruildlng
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Uewish FlojridLiaJii
JMiami. Florida Friday August 6, 1569
Section B
Rothchild New President of
Jewish Vocational Service
A J Congress Brief Filed In The
|U. S. Supreme Court For Hearings
only that some boards may choose
to embrace a far broader concept
of what constituti s actionable de-
linquency than others, but that the
same board may choose to reclas-
sify and accelerate induction in the
case of some delinquents while
overlooking identical conduct on
The American Jewish Congress
brief argues that the failure of the
tht delinquency procedure empow-
ers each draft board to act selec-
tively against persons expressing
unpopular opinions, in violation of
the guarantee of freedom of ex-
pression in the First Amendment.
Arjruing that the delinquency
NEW YORK A brief which
has bee n filed in the United States
Supreme Court argues that the
vaguely worded delinquency regu-
lation of the Selective Service Sys-
tem, under which registrants can
be' reclassjfiid 1-A and called up
for immediate induction, give local
draft beiareis unconstitutional pow- i the part of others."
ers to deter free speech.
The brief was filed by the Arm r-
ican Jewish Congress acting as a
"friend of the court" in two cases
which the Supreme Court will hear
in the falL
The brief argues that "failure of
the regulations to limit the scope
of the dcl'nqucncy proce-dures af-
fords local elraft boards 'unbnril' o
discretion' in deciding in each case !
when and if the procedures an to
be invoked.
The regulations referred to pro-
vide that a draft hoard may di -
clare as dt linqu< rt any registrant
failing to perft rm any duty undei
the Selective Service Law (i its
regulations. r classify him a.-. 1-A
and call him up 1 mediat<
duction. The bri< f notes thai -
these regulatii giv< th< i > i
no si i dardi oi guideline! as
how or whe'n to excrcisi thesi
powers, they Icavi th< board! '
'in enforce then i politic)
social and other I i
t mechanis I thi d<
j,, .
h tl : : :
was filed win Br*m v m ptive
Bnrvtoa local B ar v
li44. and QvtknerM v. I;:i.:-:-.
States of America Ni ii7C.
In the firsl J
I f Bridgep
. tinii luati student, w
reclasaified 1-A and ailed ..; foi
induction aftei he returned his
draft card in protesl against the
Viel Nam war ll< brought this
suit to nullify the draft board's
action.
In the second case, David Earl
Gutknecht, who was already clas-
sified 1-A. lift his draft card on
the steps <>f tin Federal Building
iii Minneapolis as part of a "Stop
iiic Draft Week" protest. He was
called up for Immediat* induction
and was pi( -. cuted, convicted and
given a four-year jail sentence for
failing to comply.
&orgo Sal!, Manhattan attor-
ney and chairman e>f the American i
Jewish Congress' national Com-
mission on Law and Social Action,
who submitted the brief with the
Commission's director, Joseph B.
Robison, noted, "Giving the boards
'unbridled discretion means not
"The1 plain import of the letter,
then." the brief continues, "is that
the regulations here involved,
which obviously cannot l>e used
against all violators, are to be
useei against those violators who
endanger national "unity."
"If this principle were embodied
i:, a formal regulation, its un-
constitutionality would be obvious.
The vice of the present statute and
Charles Hertzoff. CPA. of 3936
Palmarito. Coral Gables has
linquished the presielency of the
Jewish Vocational Service,
the gavel to Stuart Rothchild. 9120
SW 85th St., who is also a CPA.
Also elected by the JVS were
Sam J. Heiman, honorary presi-
dent; J. William I5aros, Jr.. An-
drew A. Geller, CLU, Abel Hoitz
Meyer A. Baskin, J ;- lliam Baros,
Jr., Thomas Brandeis, Stephen
Camer. Dr. Sol Center, Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg, Sam J. Hei-
man, Abel Holtz, Stuart Roth-
child, Lloyd L. Ruskin, John Sha-
piro and David Silver.
Nominating committee members
Included Mrs. Charles P Feinberg.
chairman, Marshal] S. Harris, co-
and John Shapiro, vice presidents; chairman, Andrew A. Geller, Al-
Allan P. Wilson, CPA. treasurer: <*" J- Hirsch. S. Ronald Pallot,
Lloyd L. Ruskin and John Shapiro.
I Dr. Michael Goodman is execu-
! live director of the Jewish Voca-
, tior.al Service, which is locate'd at
318 NW 25th St. It is a beneficiary
agency of both the United Fund
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
regulations to limit the scope of, regulations is that, because of
their vagueness, they permit it to
be' put into effect without be'ing
spelled out."
The' brief also argues that the
"breadth of the powers given to
the boards invites and facilitates
proof dures are in fact used to curb discrimination on racial, religious
unpopular expression, the brief and other impermissible grounds.
cites a letter and memorandum
si r.t by Selective' Services Director
Lewis I".. Hershey to all members
of th< System on Oct. 26. 19f>7.
The 1 tter deals with invoking the
delinquency procedure in the case
ol "elemonstrations" and. says the
I ri f, "makes it clear that its con-
i rn is with those' who engage in t
particular class of illegal activity
those w h'> act under the Influ-
of misdirected emotions' or
- efforts to cripple, if not
sti thi unity vital to the ex-
-".': i I n nation .'
in violation of the Due Process
Clause in the Fifth Amendment."
Finally, according to the brief, the
procedures deny registrants pro-
cedural lights guaranteed by the
Filth and Sixth Amendments, such
as trial by jury, confrontation of
hostile witnesses and the right to
counsel.
In preparing the brief, Mrs. Ixis
Waldman, stall counsel to the
Commission on Law and Social
Action of the American Jewish
Congress, was ol counsel.
STUART KOTHCHILD, Ml
and CHARIES HfBTZOf f
!
Ronald L. Albert, CLU, assistant |
treasurer; Marvin I. Wiener, sec-
rctary, and Sam Stark, assistant
secretary.
Samuel Feldman. Ph.D., M. F< Id-
stein, Robert Grueicr, Irvir. Kat7.
R. Mitchell Lewis and Dr. Ronald
Shellow were elected to fill one-
year unexpired terms as members
of the board of directors.
Fleeted te> three-year terms i n
the board of directors wen Mrs
Jr. Auxiliary Sets
Feb. Annual Luncheon
The annual luncheon of the Jun-
ior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged will be held in the
Grand Ballroom of the Americana
Hotel at noon Tuesday, Feb. 17,
Mrs. Jay RechtscraLc i. president,
has announced.
Chairman for the event will be
Mrs. Georgi Isra< Nat H.
Levy will charge of enter-
tainment, and Miss Reva Stein
Mrs. Hermai Abn witz will
tn th< tick< t chaii rm ,
Luis ele T.ir:> was the only
lewsh member <: c hrtetopher Co-
rambus' crew that first set toot on
the Western Hemisphere in 1492.
Columbus reci ve< rapport for his
voyage from Jews and Marraaoa
in Spain. (JTA )
Award Nominations
Open for Employers
Nominations an' being ; epted
for tii(' "President's TVophy," to
be awartlcd at the annual meeting
of the President's Committee in
Washington, D.C., to a handi-
capped citizen whe> has surmount-
ed his own problem and facilitated
the employment of other handi-
capix'd persons, and for the' two
"Employer of the Year"' awards to
be presented by the Governor's
Committee on the Employment of
the Handicapped.
One of tlu? "Employer of the
Year" awards is to be awarded to
a person who has less than 200 in
his employ, the other is e-armarked
for one who has more than 200
employees in business or industry.
; Entries should be addressed to
John C. McDonough, Jr., Coordi-
nator, Governor's Committee on
Emplovnu nt of the Handicapped,
8740 SW 87th St., Miami 33143.


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vJenisfi fhradHrtr
Friday, August 8, 1969
CO JO Supports Israels Peace Effort
GENEVA (JTAl A pledge
to "support lsi.i.i In Its efforts
to secure a just, honorable and
genuine peace" was approved at
the closing session of a plenary
Of the World Conference of Jew-
ish Organizations ICOJO) which
also expressed the participant
organizations' "profound Indig-
nation over the Soviet anti-
Semitic campaign masquerad-
ing as anti-Zionism." COJO was
particularly disturbed, the reso-
lution added by the "effects <>f
this propaganda on neighboring
countries of which Poland is
the most outstanding example of
the way in which anti-Semitism
has been used to undermine and
destroy organized Jewish life."
The resolution singled out East
:,:\y as having become "an
Instrument of anti-Jewish and
ant -Israi l propaganda which is
j ai ticularly repulsive, coming as
i* does from a place iwpulated
bj Germans so soon after the
Holocaust," reports JTA's Eu-
n an editor, S. J. Goldsmith.
The delegates reelected Dr.
Nahum Goldmann as COJO
chairman and Yehuda Hellman
n> lecretary-general. Louis A.
.-. Jewish Agency chair-
and Dr. William Wexler,
ent ol B'nai B'i ith, were
reelected co ha irm< n. Michael
. pn sidenl of the Board of
i n lies ol Bi itish Jews, was
n h cted COJi I ice chairman.
Oth r COJO participant organi-
ze I iins n i n nti d were the
lean J< wish ruii'M. ss, Ca-
nadian Jewish i i oss, the
( fens il ):. i Frani i. the I) MA. centra! rep-
n si ntath ; '.ation of Ar-
ne Jews, Executive Council
of Australian J wry, American
Jewish Labor Committee, South
African Jewish Board ol Depu-
ti, s. World Jewish Congress and
the World Zionist Organization.
In another resolution, COJO
noted the "campaign of naterep-
nsentTtflofl and distortion un-
h ashed in recent months against
Israel" and called on its mem-
ber groups to "redouble their
efforts in the fields of informa-
tion and education to insure that
Israel's just cause and the policy
and record on which it is based
shall be lightly known and un-
derstood." Another resolution
noted the recent extension by-
West Germany of the effective
date of the statute of limitations
on prosecution of Nazi war crim-
inals and expressed "deep dis-
appointment" about rec.nt In-
terpretations of West German
penal laws "which will provide
immunity for numerous persons
guilty of murder and other
crimes as administrators of the
extermination machine during
the Nazi era." Still another res-
olution expressed concern about
the plight of Jews in Arab coun-
tries.
Rabbi Israel Miller, former
chairman of the American Jew-
ish Conference on Soviet Jewry,
said that, after Israel, the situa-
of Soviet Ji ws was "the
major problem in Jewish life in
out iteration," adding that in
ri spect to the spii itual Irition
ol Rus iiati Ji v. s. "time is n< \ i
on our >1 li ,"
1 t Israi 1 Goldsti in said tl
wi re i ow 25,000 Falasha J< v s
in Ethiopia, compared with the
50.000 when thi y wi re first dis-
covert d by Ji w ish leaders, 1 le
urged that world Jewry not for-
gi i "this r mote J< wish tribe."
Chaim Finkelsteln, Jewish
Agency executive member, and
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
\ ice presidi nl of B'nai B'i il i
who are cochalrmen of theCOJi >
Commission on Jewish Educa-
tion, presented a series of Com-
mission proposals op. J> wish edu-
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cation. In the discussion, several
speakers, including Dr. Gold-
mann. suggested rti.n the efcifV
niission might be placed under
sponsorship of the Memorial
Foundation for Jewish Culture.
No resolution was adopted on
the matter and the Commission
will continue to operate as here-
tofore.
Dr. Goldmann told one of the
sessions, "As the revolutionary
processes grow in the world.
Jewish communities are bound
to suffer, even in places where
anti-Semitism is not endemic or
pronounced." He added that the
current situation was "historic-
ally a dangerous period for Jew-
ry" and that what was needed
now above all was "solidarity
and a joint effort." He said
world Jewry was now "absolute-
ly and irrevocably tied with Is-
rael, and we are responsible
for what Isi ael does."
Dr. Joachim Prinz, former
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, said thai solidarity
with Israel did not necessarily
imply unanimity on all problems.
He added thai he was "sevi n ly
stricture d" by Premier Golda
Meir "for having \ ii ws ol my
own on certain problems, young
people and their attitude toward
Israi I, for i xam| and for
voicing them in public in 1-:
Hi declared thai non-Isi a< li
j. wry "did not want to become
"dangerous fissures" in the In-
tellectuals' understanding and
the political counselors to Israel
l-.t we are surely entitled to
have our own views." A special
session was held to commemo-
rate the 50th anniversary of the
creation of 'he Committee of
Jewish Views and Demands. Dr.
Gbldmann add* ssed the meeting
at which Rabbi Arthur Leh\, Id.
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, presided.
Dr. Jacob liei-zoc. director-
general of Premier Golda Melr's
office, denied that Israel had
suffered a regression in world
esteem as a result of being the
victor in the Six-Day War. but
he asserted that there were
appreciation of Israel and thai
Israel had not yet found depi nd-
able channels to Buch circles.
That issue was touched on by
Rabbi Herschel Schacter, chair-
man of the Confer* nee ol Pri si-
dents ol Major American Ji wish
Organizations, who attended the
COJO meeting with observer
status, Ral bi s, hactcr told the
tii legatt s thai the Pn sidi nts"
Conf< n nee considi r d public re-
lations on beh.ill ol Israel as one
of its most vital current tasks
and had accepted as a duty the
sponsorship of such public rela-
tions activities in the United
States.
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fjtnist fktrkttMn
Friday, August 8, 1969
Shown or. deoarrure to Israel via El Al Israel Airlines are
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kicr.ish. Rabbi Krcnish is leading a
Histadru: rroup and is mc'.cing preliminary arrangements
ior the Centred Conference of American Rabbis for the
Jerusalem Conclave, March 1970, commemorating the return
to a reunited Jerusalem 1930 years after the fall of the
second Temple. Rabbi Kronish is also continuing his work
an the advance studies project for rabbinical students in
Israel wherein all rabbmiccl candidates of the Reform
Jewry movements will complete at least one year of their
graduate work in Israel prior to assuming their rabbinical
duties.
Volunteers Needed At
Cedars Of Lebanon
, id. arc return-
ing 1 i : *" ks
we win need adults to replace
Hum." said : s. Noi ai
d man of wolunte. r sen w at
.. i,i Leba 101 Hospital.
g ial activities have now been
progra nmed for adults, wh i are
,, ,, ,.: | h |P with feeding pa-
tknts, visiting and courier service
Mrs Elson explain, d. Retired
les will be accepted as volun-
teers. Interested persona should
contact Mrs. Elson.
I. R. Goodman Group
Sets Luncheon Meeting
In lieu of thi n gu ai Aug '
n i. tir a n ;''' n
will beheld by the I. R i
U| I
S .. L7. Th.
will be Mrs. 5 '< W-
ffio i ai d
ii oi th< chapt. i
Mrs H. Chabr -. will b. I
sidini fficer: program chair
is Mrs. Lillian G !'1 i;v'"
lyn Deckj is i > mb i] chair-
Flagler Federal
Promotes Faur
Four employ. <; Flag i F -
nd Lj As
Jacqueline B. Roberta I
in t'.i' savli |
main office has be< promoted I i
office .'i vice pn sir* nt, as ha*
Harv. v Kaplan, wl
was nagler F deral'i
systems director, and its I i
mortgage service director. Fi
man Nevins.
Promoted to assistant vi
Idenl was James Smith v
pi ior sei \ '' as is
A "tcl" a mound or hill
posed mainly i bwcvmIw layew
..i settlements. Tel Avh Is I '
..a one. Aviv is the H lire word
for spring. Other Israeli towns sit-
uated n ancient tels are Tel t
1.1 Mood :i" '
Hamty Kao'i-
Jmm w tafcarfl Frtsmca Kavini
Julius Streioher, editor of the
vi zine Dot Stunner, was hanged by
th.- international Miiitarv Tribunal
hi Nuremberg on Oct. 18. !!.;. He
participated In Hitler's Beer Ball
Putsch in l;ti:i. tr- same year he
rounded Der Sturmer. He beaded
th.- anti-s.-i;iiti<- campaigns in
Franconia from IMS ""til bis
capture bj \lli--l Porcea la !'>
(JTA)
+ DEADLINE ?
Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the
ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to
ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS
WILL BE FRIDAY, AUGUST 22nd.
If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represent-
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Page 5-B

Rafi, Mapai, Achdut Avodah Leaders In
Talks Aimed At Preventing Party Split
JERUSALEM UTA) -Lea.
of thr three parl i b which ma
to form Israel's dominant La
Party haw ended I'-ngthy talks
aimed at resolving th< threat I
n split with on. key issue still un-
- i Ived. Efforts by f< i i Mapai
lead< i.- hi a k d by Premier G
M< ir to nret th< major problen
the dissatisfaction cf memb rs ol
th< former Rafi fa< tion led by I- -
f claim they i : not 1 sted bj tr*
Lain; Party ever
c nsult< d on mi problems
an nevei signil anl posi-
tion- the i art
der way 1 weeks
Mrs. Mi Iranm atth<
ol thi fon ssjfical
that thi Rat
ti .. at< fi the
< t. 28 S(\ ...... t .... ns
ill t. Each 'i the thn i
compc m : i former parties, she
said, would nominate candidate!
bcci rding to a fi ra !a gi\ \g K;.:i
thi same sti i ing as Achdul
Avodah. Because the "forum"
i ild only deal with i rim i] s, thi
participants agreed to fci-i a
smaller committee to discuss and
settle th<- details of the problem.
When Gen. Davan objected that
he could not take part in the
work cf the smaller committee
because of the current security
situation. Mapai lenders reported-
1> said the the seven-membi r c >m-
mittee would sen." no purpose i)
G'n Dayan was not working with
it. arguing that Mrs. Mcir would
a"so refuse to serve on the com-
mittee if Gen. Dayan were not
: s< nt, a situation that would re-
m the party deadlock.
JWV Ladies Plan Party
A card part;/ will b< snonsorcd
' y the Ladies' Auxiliary ol Miami
i h Jewish War Veterans. Post
N >. 330 in the Morton Towns Res-
.. rant. 1500 Ray Rd.. Miami
Beach, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Mi
Rochwarg, chairman is in
chargi of tickets. Her cochairman
is Mi s. Bessie Gibber.
Although .lews were in Detroit
.!- early as 1769, the iirst Jewish
community was organized there in
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Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Raphael 13 shown on departure ior the
second annual pilgrimage to Israel via El
Al Israel Airlines fiom the new El Ai Orange
Terminal ct J.F.K. International Airport.
Rabbi Rac.b is the recipient ol the
Minister's Medallion of Honor fax ;..s
Prime
efforts
for the Jewish community and. the State of
Israel.
Nurses; Course Set
For M-DJC North
Miami-Dade Junior College will
begin training practical nurses this
fall on its north campus, with a
one-year certificate course of
study which is aimed at helping to
mei i the shortage of licensi tical nurses.
A survey made in May ami June
of this Mar in the Comprehensive
Health Planning Council of South
Florida indicate! a shortage of .'S00
LPNs in 29 out of .".l hospitals in
Dar!<- County. Tins was topped
only by the shot tae of registered
muses in that jiortion of the sur-
vey asking for the most critical
alth manpower shortage in local
hospital-.
Adeline Halduck, R.N., who lias
been associated with Mount Sinai
Hospital since 1958, lias been
nam d to supervisi the program.
Mrs. Haiduck, who received her
Bachelor's degree from New York
I'niversity and her Master's from
Barry College, was an instructor
and then director ol the hospital's
si rving as associate director of
nursing ror education. She recent-
ly has i een hospital 11 aining di-
re (tor.
Democratic Club Meets
Tlv Biscayne Democratic Club
will hold a general membership
meeting at M p.m. Monday in the
auditorium ol the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. M mbers are urged I
le bi Ing gin sts to this meeting, at
which the main speaker will be
i' i ncilman Paul Seiderman.
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Friday. August 9 196=
Miami Happenings
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Con n u.iiiif r>. i'umtII
oduccd legislation to
( Landing Daj." a
national holiday in honoi- of the
historic Apollo 11 moon landing.
Speaking on the floor of the
House ol Representatives, Rep.
Fascell said: "Centuries from
i a. men \\ ill I 10k on this
vesnenl as mankind's first
anil most bindanv ntal assertion
that the earth will not be Ins
final n sting piaei."
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A colleetion ol unique paint-
i by Gretcta n Bberaol is on
display at the Washington Fed-
i Bldg., 1701 Meridian Ave..
a< h The exhibit will
c osi Aug. 29.
Dr. Albert Tonunulo, hospital
director ol th Veterans Admin-
tstrati i! I [osi ital, will be ad-
vanced to Kliowship status in
thi Ami rican Colli Re of H | it
: listrti tors Sunday, Aug.
IT. at a convocation cewmony
1 be hi ill in the Auditorium
Theatre in Chicai a,
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Hurraj \. Mhi.i.ii has bet n
i at : r of the
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i P sly a vie presi-
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Mr. Mandell has also *i i \i d as
i anager foi the Taylor
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A i was re.
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Friday, August 8, 1969
**Jew ifi ftarkMan
Paqe 7-B

. aces

Arthur Rosi hi
10 UTivpd hnnv from the tiospil I He's
fine, but his wife, Claire, is seeing that
THIY WKHK FIRST
Xq, r V ft THE :>i(>(,,\
it I u is the First to
when he
'" '';' ': tired bs sell
. I nfortunate'v. there won't be enough
r all of his friends, in a few
we. -. he'll gradually begin going back to the
Everyone likes the new decoration on his
race but me. Don't know exactly what type ol
whiskers they an- Manchurian, beatnik, ordi-
unusu tl or plain. Instead of talking. 1 i I
aH of his cards over 200 of them! The R i -
chans loved every one and thank you all for
tr* n from the bottom of their hearts
WBSTVIEW8 LUNAB TRIP
It was 'Moon Night" at Westview Country
Ct The centerpieces on the tables in the din-
ing room were "Men on the Moon" made from
styrofoam and space ship, and rockets dandled
from the ceiling on invisible wires. The food was
R< i old plain American, with ;i Venus salad and
M on cookies Among the people who no doubt
*ere glad thej were eating their dinner at the
club instead of on the moon were Mr. and Mrs,
Samuel Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.eskin,
Mr and Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mr. and Mis Ber-
nard M. Wall, the Max Kerns and the Clifford
Russels, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Miss, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr. Then there were Mr. and
Mrs Barry Prusin, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mathe.vs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fcterson and Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Gertner.
NOW THIS WAS A TRIP
The most exciting trip I've heard about this
year arvl the only one that I would like to take
was an "Eating Trip" in Florida taken by Ray-
mond and Del Rubin and Joseph and Betty
St< uon. They .set out on a weekend, started with
lunch at Frances I-ancford's restaurant near
Jiip.ter. the Outrider Marina 'Polynesian food".
They bumped into Miamians Mary and Sidney
(>>rchov when they stopped at the Chalet Su-
s-trine in Lake Wales for dinner tSwtw), and
next day had a "progressive lunch" in Tarpon
S- ngs. where there were two places they
wanted to try. Louie Papas', whate they went
for Greek food, was just like the island of Crete.
D! said. Tho natives wore blade dresses and
u.i.miI softly. < Del bought a l<>n sponge for Ray
to use so he needn't yell for her to wash his
i. ,.i The> went on to Bill's Lighthouse for
coffee and dessert. At dinner time that ni'^ht.
they were very disappointed to find over '_'.(<)
ears parked in the lots of the Clearwater res-
taurants that would have been their choice. Al-
though our happy little nunrtet offered to "-it
unt. 10 p.m.. they couldn't get in either The
K !'' '' I Baumgai tners, run by the same
lirectly across the street. But they saw
the gorgeous grounds, with formal gardens,
fountains and statues, and chairs one used by
Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette in Baumgart-
> -. where all the furnishings are from Europe.
The) ate then- dinner, finally, at the Columbia,
a Spanish restaurant in Tampa. Next d ly they
lunched at the Oyster Bar in S trasota, and visit-
ed the Ringling Brothers' Museum. They used
the ne expressway called "Alligator Alley to
cross the Everglades on the wa) home. But al-
though they saw "alligator crossings," they
drill t see any alligators. They did see the der-
rick thai will bo used to build the new Jet port
in the Everglades, how. ., r. They finished their
"gourmet trip" by eating a hamburger and coke
at the Ranch House in Miami, and hence to hod.
TfUKGS DO HAPPEN
There was to be a shower at the home of
Sheila (Mrs. Peter) Fixlcr, for her sister. Helen.'
Platt (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Plat t.
and Manuel Diner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust av
Tannenblatt, who will be married Sunday at the
Algiers Hotel. But after Sheila fell backward
and bioke both of her arms Betty Baiter and
her husband. David, who live in one of those
lovely old mansions on Flamingo, volunteered to
have the party there. Tho moon was out and it
was a perfect evening. Strings of colored lights
around the pool gave the moon an assist, and
little yellow parasols were scattered over the
buffet table, repeating the thenu of the big par-
asol with the shower gifts under it. The Baiters
son. Duckee. provided lovely Imokground music,
and Cynthia Platt wrote down the immortal
words uttered by the bride-to-be as she opened
the gifts, while Leslie Marrick collected the rib-
bons and bows and formed them into a bouquet.
Among the guests were Mrs. Henry Fiscbler.
Mrs. Harold Greene, Shirley Seeman, Mis. Meyer
Sherman. Mrs. Marilyn Matter, Mrs. Hertha
Kleiman. Mrs. Raul Mausovicious. I think that is
Spanish for Moskowitzi Mrs. Morris Siegal, Mrs.
Jack Sandier, two great aunts Mrs. Milton Hart
and Mrs. Ben Rubin, and grandmother Mrs. Min-
nie Platt. Sheila will he her sister's matron of
honor in spite of her accident. She's having her
dress altered so she can get into it easts and all.
The old saying. A friend in need is a friend in-
deed." describes Sheila's feelings about Betty
Baiter exactly! Her party switching was done
expertly, and was much appreciated.
Frances lehita*
Maximillicn Schell and Diane Baker star in "Krakatoa.
East of Java," the dramatic story oi the eruption of the is-
land of Krakatoa and how it effected the lives and fortunes
of a group of desperate people on a perilous voyage. The
film starts Friday at the Sheridian Cinerama Theater, Miami
Beach.
Board Of Realtors
Announces Objective
The Miami Board of Realtors.
: using the guidelines of the "Make
America Belter" program spon-
sored by the National Association
' ol Real Estate Boards, has made
the rehabilitation and construction
in decaying mctro|>olitan areas its
prime objective, its president. Er-
! nest A. Jones, has announced. Lo-
I cal realtors plan to accomplish
this by working with the federal
government through rent supple-
nient programs and the leased
housing plan, he said.
Many low-income families here-
, lofore denied home ownership be- .
cause they lacked a down payment
1 or because their salaries were in-
sufficient to qualify, now are be-
i coming property owners, Mr. Jones
said, with the help of private and
public-private programs.
The Valley of Jezreel was pur-
chased in 1!C3 liy Meiiiicheni I's-
sishkin on behalf of the Jewish
National I on.I, which he headed.
Tile Valley divides the Mountains
of Samaria and I'armel from the
- Sea of Galilee. The main trans-
IKirtation route iH-tween Egypt and
Transjordan. it was the scene of
many battles during the War of
Independence. (JTA)
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y very child who has envied Tom
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Could paint a picture on a big
while fence will get his chance,
with mat-rials furnished and
pi i s for thi b st paintings.
Tl:. Miami Beach First National
Bank, which has erected an eight-
foot high protective fence at the
const ruction site of its new bank.
Lincoln Mall and Alton Rri.. Miami
Beach, will hold a 'Tom Sawyer
Day" from 9:30 a.m. to .'< p.m. on
Thursday. Aug. 11. providing paint,
blushes, palettes, free soft drinks
and Park Department counselors
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Friday, Au IUANOK
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ex;. m mths >{ h r lift which sh
pen B Eleanor Mrs. A J. Cristol has
of her life In Miami Beach. There s an exception there, too
,-- it led Shenand >.'-. El mentary School for i -
while going on to Central
Beach Nautilus Junior H: Miami Beach Senior Hi^h S.-hoo!.
Her mo her, Esther iMrs. Donald)
- ::-.- .:.' on '?'.'.'.': ik-
ing ;> i: i issons. She made i big
thi : it pi in i pi tying ;- < >
glar tt did sound ;'. tm >r-
ous until pr tcti ing started. I i n
the piano saon* slowly irifted
out Sight But Ellie Ud i I
clari ssons and played in On
bar. i. w ich was tun, just like j
small family going off on trips to
play tools.
Ellie went tj tho University ;>f Florida, where s
joined Delta Phi Epsilon sororitj When I asked her what
>he did there, she replied "1 dated." When I asked her
what she 1 I when she came back to ittend the Uni\ rsitj
of Miami : j I the same i -plj I lated." But she m is)
stud I. too, for she made mi -: ir eours-3 ::i
a math m ijor -.. tin yo in | '
woman .' ? A. n the counl ; H r first ktb was .: ling
fre<- i ^counting tests at th :
rk Methodical E wh ikes to put d
th j : .-.-. figv tell the at r\. went t i >rk
Revenue iffi iul i if the great
- : : -. work t th IRS. so she vent
n she si d tea part-
t::r.
> and Jay w 1961 fin-
- : ; >u: of duty with the Navy He put tumself
through tool flying :n to gc to classes. Jay lo.
frying ; much that his weekends with the Na.i! R.-s- rve
have taken him to Viet Nam flying ippiiei in w irrying
Ellie sick But b r ighi i really wild things back
from Fokyo, where they stopped over on the way back
His favorite was a real wood Japanese bath tub. which he
placed r. t.-.e living room with much pride, i Ellie later
bar.-- it to the front yard along with two stone lan-
teras, malting the Living room look much better.'
T".v UM :"or their house I which b so close to the
water, the bay comes right Into their living room during
I otu were still on the drawing boards when their
first ii jj Stevie, arrived Thre! years later. Stevie got a
love.. : -. it a brother named David They are very well-
bebawd and so sweet together Ellie says she thinks the
ok: ~r>are the rod and spoil the child" is right. And
whatet r the OriataaV philosophy their children are
adorableyou can ask their gi i nts The Cnstol
family spends their Sundays swimming fishing or sa-.hng.
usuaLL) When they decided to see what the tourists saw
In Miami Beach1 recently, the .-.'- became great sand-
cast like to travel
all '.': I States The} ght peopl
say- >nd are ready to
I t tan tin they d tfter a day 4 sight-
see
E. I fin is publicity chairman for
I >n the Beaut if icat ion
Cora Iways den i
. ; int- ; ind fix-up"). For ur
I
- i PTA 81 'he our-;
tron of todaj nd I rkspart I
for ith, but also d
ml She > si
Mortgage B will be
abac to g to ve the
ho -:k at 4:00.
E3 s her as a Uttks girl.
N upset dways understanding, she is
sweet -- with I I fhtful
na In to go out
for to I "' "1 '- t
a bo one has
tba table hungry"'
im-
po: paper are the figures
of
mis i'iMi* iqss
Mutulw Deich And
Stephen Rom H ed
In Etnanu-El Rites
Nat '

s. and Si son
M s. An R -- I
N V u .
Aus "' a

. : and
.....tyl<
-- : ; lh<
- i I ink at
Tang the
tains, v
towj I hei Masu 's
si I. A erad at<
r C i! (ial High School and
Bosti L'niversitj Scho >l
Vrts. she is a mcmbei
rofessiona f rater-

A I
..... W as ingtoi
Dx' s a gradual
oi Cornell University and Uv Bos-
: I ':.: r-:-.. Scho f Law H
is a llpha Delta
Th- !: kh ch< Ice a prii ss -i>i-
: eau ii> -i : w:i with
. w il seed pearls
tor her wedding. Her full-length
Brussi mantilla vei o vered
th entin length ol the train.
Phyllis Roth s< rvi d as matron of
honor for h-.i sister; Cam; n Fii Id,
Marjork Goodman at!.'.
Knight were bridesmaids, The
' eroom's brother, Ii* Ross, was his
best man: ushers wen David Fen-
ster Capl David Rothbart and
Harold Klinger. Ringbearer was
Mitchel Roth, the bride's phi
I Th< newlyweds will spend their
1 honeymoon in Mi Xico, alter whieh
they will b> at home in S
Md.
Sunday Ceremony
Joins Linda Hazan
And Meil H. Burns
Rabbi Labovita officiat-
p.m. ceremony in
S< Hotel Sunday. Aug. "
Linda Hazan the wife
\\ ii H irns.
T i wh se pan i
Mrs Vi1 ilia Ha/an ol 1061
\ Miami B> a< h, I a
Miami Bead Sei i h
- I and MUami-Dade Jun-
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Miami Her hus-
Mr and Mrs
505 NE 1st Ave .
nior High
luated from the Uni-
rsi1 : Fl la an>1 is now an
iss r at Miami-Dad
College.
- organa i gown
. rokk d ith lace an I
iris, was served
I Henrietta Cohen
is Fanny Rej
. : Caroline B n
Hi j i !ht r i h k was best
Ji rry Burns. Rnb-rt
h Ha*an ushered
A!- reception, which fol-
'. ,\ | eremony in the hotel.
Mr and Mrs. Burns left on a hon-
;. moon tour of Puerto Rico and
th Virj la inds, after which
. live in Miami.
u. -
WJ. Hell H. BUKNS
MKS MKHAtl A. JAM
Irene Geley And
Michael A. Jaul
Exchange Vows
' n G daughter of Mr. and
Mi Leonard Shone, Los Angeles
I Ml ta A. Jaul, tii
- il Mrs Anny Jaul, 855 Altoi
Rd.. Miami Beach, exchang I theii
wedding vows Sunday, Aug. 3, li
Ed n Roc Hob L Rabbi Morton
Malavsky officiated at th.- 1 p.m
cer mony, which was ().: m 1 by
a r ci ption at the hotel.
A n I of Pni Beta Lambda.
the bride is a graduate oi Miami
Beach Senior High .-; -r ?> Mianp
:,. Jiu-ior Coll ige and Charron-
WH i i I >Uege. I i
in I also gra hi tted from Mi-
ami ii- ach Set ii Hi th School ani
Mia ni-1 tde Junior College an i i
Phi Beta Lambda
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held a tp ol in I she i
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Mrs. Anita i ikerberg was
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Nancy Amsrlbowskl Ruth Cz .
b< ri'. Dal.la Czukerberg and Ca
Horvlt2 were the bridesmaids
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[ani, Stank*; Bernstein. Da
. ind Norman P.otkin.
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Linda Kosofsky And Harry Hoffman,
M-DJC Instructors. United in Marriage
Two Miami-Dado Junior Coll
ii it ictors, Linda Ruth Kocofslcy
a:;d Harry Hoffman, were united
i marriage in a 3 p.m. cer> monj
at Temple Adath Ycshnrur. S
I Aug. 3, with Rabbi Mill
Insky officiating.
The bride, whose parents
and Mrs. William Kosol
1325 NW 196th 'IV,
i North Miami Si nior .
. tl and ived her Bai'
ol > i >nce and Mast< r ol I .
t in degrees from the L'ni\ i
'.-" >. iila. Hi husband, th
and Mrs. Leon Hoffman, 1378
Coral Way. n a Ived his Bachi lor's
d.'gree in Business Administratioi
f > n the University of Miami
earned his Master's degree at N u
York University. He is a meml i I
ol Alpha Kappa f'si. National As-
sociation of Accountants and S -
t n Procedures Association,
Winnie Feingold served as maid
of honor for the new Mrs. Hoff-
! in, who was attired in a whiti
) ganza A-Jine dress with an Em-
I' waist, long sleeves and de-
tachable, lace-trimmed train. The
g tom's brother, David Hoffman,
Daughter Born To
Zev and Rivkah Leff
Zev and Rivkah Leff pro :dlyan-
th of their la ight r,
ia R .. h I. whose grai
id VIrs. Murra
Fork and Mi an I Mrs
I I Liff ol North Miam B
Shi is the gn at-grai d la
Vlinkoff and Cella m I i
'i hi i al; fathi r is an a! i
Ytshiva,
win re h is t> achini ind s1
Koll'l,
MRS. MAtlY HOFFMAN
. as best
Th< n-u.;. w i iis will make their
hi mi in Noi ll Miami Bi ach after
: two-work honeymoon in New
York City and Washington, D.C
Joyce Helen Egert
Becomes Bride Of
Marine Lieutenant
Rabbi Max Shapiro official' d at
the 12:30 p.m. ceremony in the
Sheraton-Four Ambassadors Hotel
Sunday, Aug. 3, uniting Joyce
Hflon Egert and Lt. Ralph Frank
Cheplak III in marriage,
A graduate of Coral Gabli a Sen-
ior High School, the bride, who*
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
G. Egert of 2451 Brickell Ave.,
att 'nded the University of Wis-
consin and graduated cum laudi
from the University of Miami. Her
husband, a Marine 1st lieutenant
siai ined in Yuma, Ariz., where he
is a jet fighter pilot, graduati d
from the University of Wisconsin,
where his fraternity was Sigma
Chi. His parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Ralph Frank Cheplak. Jr.. are
Residents of Wahiawa, Hawaii.
Th bride's sister. Susan Smith,
served as her matron of honor; her '
junior bridesmaid was the groom's
later, Judy Cheplak. and Wendi
Pouchnik was bridesmaid. Serving
as best man was Louis Cheplak.
the groom's brother; ushers were
MRS. RALPH FRANK CHEPtAK
Gary Rosenberg and Samuel
Smith
Th< couple wiH make stops in
Ni w (>rlt ans, La., and San An-
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Friday. August 8, 1969
Massachusetts Is The Future Home Of
Adel (woodman And Steven Sarnoff
; Fannj (ioldjnan, ho servi >i as
maid of honor; her aunt. Agnes
Mrs. Samuel) Gokiman was the
Qjgtron uf honor, and the bcid^S;
maids were her sister. Henrietta
Goldman, a cousin, Yolanda Gold-
Jane .Michaels a:nl Ben a-
dine K vay. Another cousin, San-
.ira Goldman, and Leah Klein were
junior bridesmaids; Lisa Martin
was flowergirl.
Robert Brandt served as best
man for the groom, who is on the
Varsity football squad, a member
ol the Varsity S Club and a Stu-
dent Council representative at
Springfield. Ushers were James
Stern, Michael Kulford. Clifford
Greenbaum and Frank Pollack;
tin- groom's brother, Lee David
Sarnoff. served as junior usher.
Kor her wedding the new Mrs.
Sarnoff chow a '-own of imported
ivory silk oruan/a beaded and re-
embroidered with white Alencon
lace in the I'.mpire demi-fitted sil-
houette, its long sletves appliqued
with matching lace. Attached to
her tiara crown of orange blossoms
anil lily-of-the-valley was a finger-
: tip veil of silk illusion and a ca-
thedral-length mantilla. She car-
ried a cascade of white sweet-
he art roses. Her attendants were
gowned '' pink and carried cas-
cades of sweetheart roses and
feathered carnations. Their floor*
length veils were held by rose-and-
carnation headpieces.
the Universitj ol .Miami, is traffic
manager of radio station WINZ.
. : ime iK>si-
tion with radio WQAM,
and is a member ol Alpha Epsilon
Kho. national Pi al hono-
rary radio ai.d I' \ ision fiat' r-
nity, ami '/, .a Phi Eta, womi n'8
speech sororil Hei husTfcind, the
son oi Mrs Etta Beyer, 1350 NE
191st St., North Miami Beach, is a
science teacher at Miami Springs
Junior High School, a graduate ol
Miami Senior High School and the
University of Miami, he earned his
Master's degree at Florida Atlan-
tic University, where he is present-
ly working towards his Ph.D. in
psychology and guidance.
For her wedding the bride cho
an Empire style gown oi sill; or-
a with a central paiM I ol
land l>n': lace sleeves fitted at the
wrist, Ihr cathedral length i
1 I ilia was one she had found i
Spain while on a recent vacatl i
there.
I.ana R.->;>fs seWca as maid of
honor for the bride: her brides-
maids were the groom's sister, Bar-
bara Beyer, Mis Robert Castaldi
and Marsha Kay Phillips. The
groom's attendants were Robert
Rogow, best man. and ushers Les-
tei Green, Edward Grossman ai i
Kobe M Rifkln.
After a 10-day honeymoon i
Canada, Mr. and Mis Beyei will
In at home in South Mian L
\\ erner-Kahn
MRS. STEVEN M. SARNOff
Adel Goldman and Steven Mark
Sarnoff, who were married in the
Duponl Pla/a Hotel Saturday,
Vug. 1?. will sjxnd their honcy-
noon trawling up the Kast Coast
to Canada, before settling down in
heir first home in Springfield.
lass.. whBre ihe bridegroom is a
eitior at Springfield College.
Kabbi Maurice Klein performed
Ihe 8:415 p.m. ceremony dining
hich the daughter of Mr. and
Irs. Erie Goldman. 6210 S\V 34th
-^t.. and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
fairy Sarnoff. 8821 SVV 17th St..
vehanged their VOWS, and the
uptials were followed by a recep-
ion in the hotel.
The bride, who graduated from
I 'oral Park Senior High School
I nd attended Miami-Dade Junior
College, was attended by her sis-
Breath Of Life Luncheon
The Breath of Life Chapter of
the Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital held a card
party and luncheon at the home of
Mrs. Robert Rurisch recently.
Mrs. Rhoda Schwartz was chair-
man of the dav.
MRS. MARK JEffREY BEYER
Susanne J. Bender
Becomes the Bride
Of Mark J. Beyer
Among the guests at the mar-
riage of Susanne Joy Bender and I
Mark Jeffrey Beyer at Temple |
; Zlon Sunday. July 27. weie two I
J ladies at whose weddings the bride i
I had been a flower girl and three j
ladies who had been bridesmaids j
at the wedding of her parents. Mr. i
and Mrs. Willard H. Bonier, 9731 '
SW 13th Ter. Other guests had
1 come from Jamaica. California.
Pennsylvania, New York. New Jer-
sey and Maryland to attend the
6:30 p.m. ceremony at which Rabbi
Solomon Schiff officiated.
The new Mrs. Beyer, a gradu-
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Friday. August 8. 1S6S
One Rabbi Serves 375 Jews In Alaska
WASHINGTON i.TTA' The
i vly v.'iH'i in the nation"? lai
state, Alaska, Chaplain Azriel
Fellner divides his time between
the MO Jews in Anchorage and
Fairbanks, and the 125 service-
men he serves as chaplain with
the aid of the I\S. Air Force.
In addition to directing a re-
ligious school, in rforming wed-
dings, burials, "innumerable cir-
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cumcisions." and t-H^rnnc. i
liah literature at Alaska Univer-
sity, the Orth tkn ( hai lain re-
port', d, be also puts <.-..t a wi -
ly news bulletin for his cor..
gants, runs an adt l education
course and a couples' club. His
wife, Judy, a nativt of Montreal
who graduated from Columbia
University and the Seminary
Ti achers Institute, is presi.'
cai Hadaaaak and keeps Deadline Set For Hospital Scholarship Grants
-ii-r home with provisions
from Seattle, baking
I family chailah hers. If.
Tht Faris-born rabbi, who at-
d Hebrew University, was
from the Ta'mudic
Academy in Baltimore and stud-
at Yeshiva University for a
year befon entering the Jewish
rhecl jical Seminary where he
was ordainid. hopes ultima) ly
s ttle in Israel.
Students aecking scholarship
grants from Palm Springs (Sonera!
Hospital musl submit their appli-
.cations by Frida' G. Ray Woody,
chairman .>i the institution's seh >1-
tip committi e has announced.
.-..; plicat h forms are being dis-
tributed by the hospital's adminis-
tratio ice, 1475 W. 49th St.,
1 [ial ah, an I :. iplicants meeting
the hospital criteria will be intu-
\i wed by the scholarship c< :..- i-
U e on Monday. Aug. 18.
An appropriation of $25,(xc has
in en established by the trust.. i
Palm Springs General Hospital
with which to provide cash grants
in the fi< Iris of medicine, nursing
md the allied sciences. The |io-
larn is now in its second yt ar of
ition.

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Friday. August 8. 1969
+Jenist fhridriair
Page 13-3

Bab AfdpuaU
22-Story fifty-Six Sixty* Condominium
Scheduled For Occupancy In Fall Of 1970
a
1.1
Howard Saul
lebranl
HOWARD SAUL
I ard Marc, the son of Mr.
Mrs. Stanley Saul, will be
! Ui van Saturday mornin
m Aug. !>, diiiiiif;
the services at
Temple Adath
Yeshurun.
A student at
John K. Kenne-
dy Junior High
School in North
Miami Beach,
I low ant is an
ateur scien-
tist and aero-
s| ace pi ogi am
enthusiast.
will 1m' honored
al a ption and dinni r Satur-
i ;hl in the Fontaim bleau
I
* *
MITCHELL GRABOIS
I II. the son of Mr. and Mis.
." ih Grabois, 1541 S. Treasure
D:.. Miami Beach, will become Bar
ah at Agudath Israel Hebrew
I itit ite Saturday, Aug. 9. during
t 8: I) a.m. services supervised
b> Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Evi r.
Mitchell, who has received his
religious training in Agudath Is-
ra'I Hebrew Institute's religious
s )!. is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
wh ; he is a member of the Sci-
ence Club.
A Kiddush in honor of the cele-
brant will be hold immediately
ait : the services, and friends and
relatives will celebrate the event
Saturday evening at the Eden Roc
Hot-;.
Among the honored guests will
> Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Freed- !
man from New Jersey and other
relatives from New York and Penn-
sylvania.

MITCHELL Saturday morning. Aug. 9. at
T mole Or Olom, Mitchell, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Goldberg,
v become Bar Mitzvah.
An >ighth grade student at South
Mi imi Junior High School. Mitch-
ell participates in the basketball.
Softball and football programs of
th YMHA. and won the football
tsmanship award.
The GALT for a
BETTER
BAR MITZVAH
GmtOcwmllUlciHotcl
Functions 564-8581
FORT LAUDERDALE
Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
Zip
Codeyl
_ Ask your postman,
0 Look nt the Zip Map In
t>>e business pages of your
phone book,
D Call your post office*
Always include your Zip
Code in your return address
so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
Published tt pubic strvlca In eeep-
eratloe, with Tht Advertising. Council
'I he < neg Shabl I Pi I | .. the
Friday nij hi rviccs as wi I as the
Kiddi sh aft< r the ser< a s t-
b h st .1 !,. Mite it ll's
pan nts and a din c ption in
' is h or will I c hi S i irdaj
vi n

DAVID HI" NKY
D \ id, th< s< -
St., Hiali ah,
will ii
_ I 'i' i i :.
a m i \ s \". 9.
i I : .i. Miami !
Junioi High s ... js jn
Ihi -I'M,'; adi an
. ii i Scout.
v on will li.' hi Id in the
social lall I >ilou ini th i
in horn i ol the .:' rnal hi r is Mi s.
Mann Ti flinski ol Miami.
Among tht guests attending the
festivities will be lK-man Francis
of Miami and M.s. S .. Petrillo of
Miami Beach.
Schi dulcd for i
'VI ol 197 i js ti- ...-. .
minium hi-rise "F fty-S
n iiiiing ur.d r construe!
"i i ins Avenue. The ,. ti
will range In price I
: isi und : $2
Devi lopi r of the I 5 Na-
tional Cil Bancoi] oral
n"o, whose pr< sidi 1 I is 3a -
Hillman. Architects are P.
Fellman & Associa -
-ti uction by Robert L. 1
':< Intel i r di sigi s are
ha .:l d I R ert I
R. J Hai
To ass sal t; f res
w 1 1 ntranc -and
. onti 0 l< (l from a -
he t:'"it ertrai -
ing or lea
sen n< 'l with ih aid
cii cui) teh \ ision by :
or duty ar iui t tru cl : In p
keys, a c ided, push-1 tl
vice will be used t 1
apart mi n! loor.
The Kilty Six Six!
eemph b n en ation fa rlliti
eluding exercise rooms, r issage
I rooms, saunas find art- a .
area. A pool and pool deck will
EXPO 70
AND THE
omm
INFORMATION
Please send me literature, including
? AIR TOURS
? CRUISES
BURDINE'S TRAVEL BUREAU
MAS. COUPON TO:
1672 MERIDIAN CT, MIAMI KACH, HA. 33139
NAME....................................
ADDRESS.................................
CITY..................STATE......ZIP.....
TRAVEL BUREAU
MIAMI ACH STOtt 1672 Meridian Ct......538-6517
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER..................945-4304
MIAMI 22 E. Floater St........................373-1111
FT. LAUDfRDALE STORE 115 S. Andrews Ave.. 525-1331
__ Operated by AMBASSADOR TRAVEL
Come! There's so
much to see in Israel.
Modern Israel awaits you. Be there in its 21st year of state
hood. Breathe its air. thrill in its sights. Greek Line's Golden
Route sailings are planned to coincide with religious and
culturaffestivities in Israel. Continental cuisine or gourmet
Kosher meals under strict supervision of a Mashgiach. A
Rabbi and Synagogue grace both our sh>ps Sun-dronC'ed
decks, open air pools. lounges, nightclubs, ballrooms, theatre.
SAILING DATES: Aug. 18, Sept. 16, Oct 10*, Nov. 20. '6-0 Ja^ 5.
Apr. 6*. May II. June 8, July 6 Aug. 24, 70
'Leaves the following day from Bos'on
OLYMPIA QUEEN ANNA MARIA
StZ GREEK LINE c^7
245 S.E. First Street, Miami, Florida 377-3626
SAFETY INFORMATION: The OLYMPIA and QUEEN ANNA
MARIA, registered in Greece, meet Internattonal Safety
Standards tor new ships developed in 1948 and the 1966
fire safety requirements.
" strui ted Che Bay side, and
- ...- b a marina on
fi dial
For. the i ol stock-
market ii B & Bi
b Loom wil quippi i w .
an ticki i -tape boa d,
providih 5 up-to-the-min ite inf
let.
For infoi mati n n the building,
.1! a ma be made to the sa!< -
offici al 5 11-5660,
N. Miami Beach Singles
Plan August Events
A Mix and Mingle" social wI
- held by the Singles Club (E
N th Mil mi B< ach at 8:30 ;>.:.
1 lesday, Aug. 19, in tht Washing-
Pcderali 699 NB'167th SI ,
North Miami Beach, ii has been
iunc< d.
Th roup scheduled its
m r I ance Pa
Fi. lay, Aug. 22, at L'nifii .1 H .
NE 171st St.
4 days & 3 Nights
at the fabulous new ggf
Britannia m
Beach Hotels
on Paradise Island
Nassau, Bahamas
m 1 K f f '"
w w
. ~ > %M
0 K M
Paradise Island Casino
4 milts ol Batches
Sunday $
Summer
Special
Gourmet Dining
par parson
dblo. occ.
(M.A.P.)
Deluxe Accommodations 4 days 3 nights
Sunday thru Wednesday only
Special Gourmet Dining
SUNDAY: Dinner it tha Marina
Room of tha Britannia Beacn
Holel Serving delightful Baha-
mian dishes.
MONDAY: Enjoy dining in tha
gourmet restaurant of your
choice: Ci'i Martinique.
(French cuisine). Villa d'Estt
(Italian fare), or the Bahamian
Club, (steaks, chops, or rrbi).
TUESDAY': Lavish dinner and
show at tht fabulous leCakaret
Theatre adorning tht Casint.
WEDNESDAY: Breakfast only
Bitiklttl Met. his. Mt4, St lilt'it Iti Mi-mi Hum ir it year ittit.
No surcharge for *ny of tht tbovt dinners... beverages
or gratuities not included.
Plus
FREE ;-aen fees for 3 days at
tht Partdiu Island Golf Club.
FREE tennis (day or night) on
new championship courts.
FREE sass to world famous
Paraoisa Beach.
FREE ni-bus sightseeing tour
0! tropical Paradise Island.
FREE bottle of chanpagnt in
tvary -oom ucon arrival.
FREE cocktail tt tht fabulous
Ocean Club Gtrser.s.
FREE poolsida loungts ni
pads available.
FREE cocktail at tht Gallery
Loungt located in tht Casint
(5 to 7 P.M.).
FREE bus "service ts Rawson
Squart for shopping.
For Reservations
ask for "Sunday Summer Spedal"
Call your Travel Agent
orHetland or Miss
& Stetens Barr
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Evenings & Sat. & Sun. (10 A.M.to 10 P.M.)
Call 6341573
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?aqe 14-B
"pJenist fkridHTir
Friday, August 8, 1969
L
Services Sunday
For Civic Leader
I tarry Botwick, 60
Harry Botwick, t!0. of 525 Vil-
1 .ria Aw.. Coral Gablet, died Fii-
i>. Aug. i. r> Cednrs ol Lebanon
QSpitfi after ;i short illness. Mr.
otwick, who came u> Miami from
icksonvilli had been a resident
of Gn ater Mi-
ami 15 years.
Mr. Botwick.
the southeastern
district manag-
er lor Florida
State Theaters,
had tlevoted his
entire career to
theater manage-
ment, after
starting in the
business as an
usher in a New
England theater
40 years ago.
Active in man> downtown civic
ganizatiens, including the Cham-
i of Commeroi. Mr. Botwick was
past |>n sidi nt "i the Downtown
siness Council and a former
airman of the Uniti d Cerebral
alsy Telethon. He was active in
nai ]'. ihh and in Temple Israel.
Gordon Funeral Chapel was in
targe of the services which were
Id Si :nlay in the main audito-
um ol Temple Israel.
Mr. lUitwick is servived by his
ife, Clarlee; two daughters, Ju-
lh Gl il and Mrs. I.eniuc Stein,
id two grandsons.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Harry Botwick
ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
in Greater Miami Ares.
SEEKS EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR;
ALSO HEBREW TEACHER.
Write E. D., Bex 2973, Miami, Fla.,
33101.
CANTOR
EXCELLENT BAL MUSAF
Avuilalilc lor High Holidays. Miami
and V cinity. Call 866-4234.
AMBASSADOR
KOSHER CATERERS
ExcfusiVe Caterers to
SHERATON BEACH HOTEL
100 lo 1500 947-4411
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
No. 69-13075
SUIT FOR CHANGE OF NAME
I \ ill, Matter or;
'haiiRiiiS name "f
URAP1.KY ROBKN
lo
lUtADI.EY I AI'EH
n |M>I'II \S M ROSEN
......i \\ 2nd Street
llrookl} n. N' v. rl.
Vmi l'l<:i AH M IIOSKN.
I.,.,.b notified lhal < PeUllor ror
Chiii.R. ol Num.- han been "* "}
you in.....i-i'"1 '" ***** '"'?. ;
vour niiswoi -I plMidlna lo in.- I eti-
,,..,..... Hi. Plaintiff-* nttornev.
IlKlt.VSTKIN ft Mil l-KR. !! .
Klnirlti B.....' Miami, Floridi. aim
,-,,.. ,, nriKt.ml BliHWer or |dej
' n il.....ffle* "f il" lerk ol >; '"
,,, ,...Uri "ii hi for. the 12th da
,., September, I!if.9 l' you fall "'
-,. ludiniieiii bj .1- fauli will be i
. ih. I il'-m
in the Petition foi Chi n*- ol
Thin nntirv Bhall |.ubli.hed on-,
iv, ;. for four onullvi
In ill, JEWISH l"l.' 'HUMAN
I i .1 Auull-l Ii, ISMiJI
K II I EATHERM VX. Clerk
,. ,.,,, ,-,., i,.i. .-..11..t> ';"'.'' "'-*
IU MARtil-ERITK KEN I
\ \-15-2:
IN THE COUNTY JUDCE SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
h RE: Ewtut. of
EltlEDA ItlCHTMA.N
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To mi >'.....r and All IViwiii il '
ma Claim* Demand* Aaaiiial Saw
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed ... present any claims and aem
u-hi. h you nun have nitaiiiBl the -
tale of KCIKl.A IUCHTMAN t"
Countv JudffeB of lv..l. County, and
flit, the KBBte in duplicate anil n*
nrovlded In Section 7M.1. H""''
si:..ui.-. in their office* In the Counts
Cnurthouae hi Dade County. EJ""a.
within bIx enle-ndar months from in.
Ume of the firm publication her*or, or
ih. mm will '" barred.
Dated iii Miami, Florida, ini* '
,i.,, ,., Miswrt. a n '';.
stiif.t i:v i:< Tin kin
MORTON RICHMAN
As Executor*
Firat |.uMi<-:.i""i of "''- noli. on
the Mh day of AuKUBt, t6*
. i m:i:i:l: nnd ROJJKIN P.A
attorney* fr Executor*
Uhi Xorth Blacayne Blvo
Miami, Florida I i-is-ts-SS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID*IN PROBATE
No. 81217
iv RE: BHtnte !
i .i\ v sli A ..' H*F
Up,, n*-d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
\, iTICE It her. b} Riven thai I
fil.-d in> Final Rpnorl and P. tltlon f..i
iii.irlhutlon :n"i Final niB.hare. n>
r i.., .. Hi, Hiti of rIX \ BIIAR-
, .,-, ,i., .,-. .1; ii i.l Ih H on Ih. I
l >. ni, in'., i. II.I.1 v 11 :iPt'l>
, .' il il .....-.' i 'i lint} JudK.
Plnriil i, ri BP|
I, |. |{, im.i i uid fi dl*
Uti '
UlC fBlllt. !l ''
......i, .,i Thlii Ith di \"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORI0A IH PROBATE
No. 83723
In RE: Rlale ,
H \i:i:v l> LKlfilTA..
'NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M 1 l'l":S.'NS IXTF.RESTEP
,N THE ESTATE OF SMI' WBCK
nYouf nr. h.-r..........I.....\ '","<
......i i Rlrumenl nurportlns t- '-
,,. 1:,., .ill n-.id Ihetamenl pi Md.
.1.. .i.ni h been admitted I
bate In k .1 C..... Vou nr.
,.,..,., m,i..I within hU il"
month- fn.m .1....... "' ,
..ublirBti. of Ihls '
I, -.,-.1 C.......I """ "
vou .nn. why thi f '
,;.. nB .:,i nlll lo probai. n -'''
... i .1 nnv.A < . ,,1,11,.,,.Ion of 'l toll''
Ih. Ml...... Amnll .;"';;
.ItlHX II It' VTOX
, ", > I v .III''-.
| MK| ill .- I'l.-K
I I
,|VI-"!1 K M'i v i" 'RTEH
I i s i \>, .s ,\ KFVIV
H, |.'|>\VIN 'i (SIXSI'.l'RIl
rney.
- \\ Fi'l i>
p|. l.tii
"
IN THE COUNTY JUDOF'S rnnRT
'N IN AND FOR OADF. COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN rJROBATF
No. 84553
In RF1 I'-'T' of
ii'iv v. ElXRERfl
.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml ."...In."- nnd All P< .
,,.,. .., Demand* AKnlnsl Bald
Kv;:;;;, .,.,..- notified ,,,.1 r.....!.-
. ri ,,. nreeenl n} rlalme and 'I"" '"
which N.'it "viy hnv- ju "'
,Jtnt" of JEAN WB1NRBRO .. .- l
Wt" of Itod. Countv, Florida, to the
count} Ju'lc.s of Dnde rount} and
fib' the Borne s. t.....I '.."" ; no"
vlded In Section WS.16. Florida Btalu-
'. I., their office* ^n?">
Courthouse In P.e County. 'lor..i...
, hi' "v calendar months torn
im. or ihe aame ill be barrrd
,,,,,, .., Miami, Florida. Oil* "'
Idas Of AHKU-1. A n '''
MARX FABER
1..i-_ vii^l.y Build
Miami, Flor da
A* Executor
Fir*) puhllcatloa iil" '"'"
ih, .1. .I v of locust, i'" '
MARX M FABER
u.'-j AIobI. } BldB
Miami, Florida (._...._.,
The resourcefulness of Jewish military chaplains served
by the Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy of the National
Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) is demonstrated by the availa-
bility of the five silver dollais (no longer in circulation)
shown being paid by a U.S. serviceman at Ramstein Air
Force Base, Germany, in the traditional Pidyon Haben
(redemption) ceremony for his first-born son. Sp-5 Haivey
Klug (second left), the father, presents the coins to Chaplain
Nahum Cohen, U.S. Army Reserve Chaplain, as Mrs. Kluq
and Ramstein Jewish Chaplain Sydney Hoffman look on.
A frantic search for the rare silver dollars involved the
two Jewish chaplains, a Protestant chaplain and the staff
of the 25th Army Postal Unit. __________
bituaritB
oil
LEVIN. I .,u'.1 S. It"'. X.W. Tih Bt,
Riv-nrtdi
RUBIN. Ad.,. ."'-. N I' 5rd Cl
Riverside Intenn.nt Lakeside.
FRIEDMAN. Suniu. I 86, I..... V> '
Avt-., .Ml: lii\,i-i.l. Interment Mi
..*_;
Sinai
- ST VXI.EV C. MYERH
I uior
I i.i' i \ m (ilNSI'.i '::
\I1 ERS. KAPI l\. T' 'RTEH
i EVIXS. >X .v KEX1X
Mr ri
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i ..
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BATTERY TROUBLE?
TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SERVICE
12600 8ISCAYNE BOULEVARD
PHONE tl-9l87
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-13124
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PAI'I 1 V I IIARTW ICK
I I ill.
\ >'.
IJiRfM H M:'l\\ ICK,
i datit
Tl, i ii:..-, ii iinn ick
|mr. Ii Road
S I ...n-. M" H
V. u l ERl 'V I' MITW ICK I" "-
|, ,,, Ufl, -1 II ..i .i Rill "I Coi
| I..-.-M II. I I'
n.u r. i >" 'I lo b. 'v. a ">
,,f joui VnwM or Pl.ii.llm
inn .,i c.in'iiniiii .'! it' i
attorney, MORTIMER s Coll
v i. Itulldlna, Miami, Florldn
ml flie the nriKlm r Ilia*
til. ol ';" flerh pi Hi.
Cln im Court ......' before the I. >'a>
f Sepieml R Xl u rail lo no
. judpn l>: U. mull i ill he 1
j ., for Ihe rellel .1. 'i
I'tRI Cm"! ni
i iK.tl, l,.11 !>. puhl "hed
I .......
i m\\ is;i ei oittni \x
rmXK vNl' olIUBREIi
i". ,. ii,,- boi dn< \m 'i i > i
|.J r. I BATR BRMAX, Cl.
C|i ii i Court, I' i.l' Foui I
||) V A MK ETT
I I. -.,,1 \ Cl. I K
H 'treu Court Bal.
in iKTIMKR B COH1
Mini ipj for Plain!
(Ml* \ i I. > I'.lll
Miami, Florida
.
IN THt COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83152
In RE: I
Kill IDA I.BPCHT \>:
11. .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To \' l PRRBOXB INTERESTED
IX THE ESTATE 'I' B \ll>
UKCEIlEXT
Vou ai hereby notl ed II I i rll -
ten Insirumenl purportInK lo l Ih.
will nnd I. Htnmen! ol mid d. -
;. ,1 in pmli ,i.
..I out V..U in
I montl
, .,, in. dat. of th. u '"
ear Ii
I riiu my >ou .
.
ii
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B' MEI.ItA C. I>H
KAI \X. POR1
I.FVINSl KEXIN
llj El >\' i < M il XSnPRfl
I reel
Mian
7' !I041
I '|n i puhll. Ion of tl on
ihe 8 .1 ol -....ii l i'"
>' .1 BEAI,
-
i in- Horn, Israel*! popular folk
dunce, originally came lioin Hie
P.ulkllllS, hill IBM-Ullie | in pi 11 ir In
I'ulestiiie shortly utter the end of ;
World War I. Today it is con-
sidered Ihe ii:itin:il dance of Is-
! ruel und many < ..uipo*..is huvc '
I produced variations on the horu
, rliyttun. (JTAj |
Hinai.
HALPER. II. Il n II 71. !501 S-. or. hi
lr.. Hnllyw.....I Rlvendde Inter-
in.ni .\|. X. I"
NEUWIRTH. Herman, "4, !100 l.m-
ii.....t ii. Ft I S l Itii erBld.
GINSBERG. Bandl I! 80. 21K B W
Klh Ave (lordon Inti-rment Mi
X. -I".
PINCUS. Clara, 67, :'- CoIIIiib Ave.,
\| H \. ,V IM III till .-t ni. m mi N. i...
FEINBER. David, *, 1-'"7 \-i.ui> PI
Ciii-l.uikli. Pu Oordon
GRASS. Bnmuel 77. 111s X HRIl Av.
Iltallyvi.....i X. a man
REICHNER. I 'r V .
BAXTER. V'aleda, 7-. :7 N E I
,~: \. m \\r eral Chapel
KARPELL. Cliai I '
. -,.,..! ,: :. t;rdoi Int. I
MI S
KASS. Henry. I 7. I I. >
i. ..>* i: i. i d.
MILGRAM. Freda, SI, 1 N E 2"lh
\., \ Funeral Chapel
PEARLMAN. Mori 7 1. ISO. X E
,. -.i ^-. ,.....t.,.
iBTth .-'
ROBERTS. Jennie, 10001 W. >t
RiO Harbor In Raj Harbor I'-l:.--
bom
SEPLOW. Bonhie, W, l''l N I* '-' '
St. Riv. i .-ill.
DAVIS. Murray-, ::'. 223 S.E \
T.-p Riven ide
KARKOWER. S'athan. T^. 77" P.m....
Ave., AI P.. BtaaiM-ni
BALTUCH. Dora, 7'.. iISO Peni
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Friday. August 8, 1969
ftjfettifA mhradliain
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
* CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANP BY
THE AUTHORITY OFYHE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Up M.I. TO \VH"M THESE PltK
gENTS SH.\l->r'>MI-:. f.UKKTI" i
W li.r. ;-. IMi'HAHl) It. STONE. Ml-
im Florida : ItHRN A It I' .1 V >l!St i\.
Miami. Florida; SALLY It. GILES, I
Miami. Florida i on the 28rd day'
of .lu!y. A I' l!'"-T caUr>e to be In-!
nri"i';il'* State of Florida HAIllii'lt INLET
COIII'. a i-iirixTHlion. with its in-i'.iei-
Rl place of business at MIAMI
JAt'H, i .\ i >!: rurxTV, in the
Mate ..f Florida, and whereas nu.-h
OOrporation did on the 2Sth day of
fly. A I), l<;. I'aiM |o he filed In i
Hi,.. Of till Si rctlll -y Of Stalf
the Stall- of l-T.inda. the ilo.-um.-n- j
Iry authority required uinl.-r Section |
p\ -7. Florida Statute*, Hhottiiift thi
dutton "f sui-h corporation
Now, therefore, the Sf-retaiy of1
ati !. s In-'' oy .-rtify to thf fore-
ninir and that he is sali-i'i.d thai
requirement h "f the law have
compiled w it it.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
prtu.it" set my hand and
ffi\.d tilt I In at Stal of the
Florlila. it Tallahassee, ehc
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
'his tin :'Rth 'lay "f Jul>
have
have
Siatt-
c- in.
A i>
ToM ADAMS
Secretary ot State
8 8 69
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
jo i-i !-!: is iii:i:i:i:y iiiVKN
th.- ui.-n s'j;i..-'i. ilt-sirlns; to encage
In in; ;i ii-i.i. i' ii iinnn
of li-'.Ki' -I >l'> I'I Kltl.O NEWS al
HI \ E 2nd v '' imi. r*lii Hi
706 M'-iul i" reKMitei laid name with
the <>.-. ill. i in im '""in i .i I '..-I-
Cou
CALL R. < IUVA
JiiSK I1A.M \ l I "
ARAMIS ALYAKKZ
7 is-.'." > 1-S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH*UOICIAL CWOUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOrf DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12910
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
UKOIUIK DAY BIBLE,
Plaintiff
vs.
BARBARA ARNETTH
WALTERS Kllll.l-:.
Defendant.
TO: r.AKKAKA ARNBTTH
w 'ALTERS iiim.K.
IU4 Went 4s-h Street
Norfolk. Virginia
You. HAltllAHA ARNETTH WALT-
ERR FtlRLB, are herehy notified thai
a llill of Complain 1 for Divorce has
1"-en filed .-mains! you. and you art- '
required i" serve a cony >f your !
Answer or Pleading H"- Bill "f Com-
plain) on tin- Plaintiffs attorney, |
LEWIS AND RBNo, Attention Janet
H.ii'i. 719 City National Hank Building,
Miami. Florida 33130. and file the
original Vnswer or Pleading in the >
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
I'nun I'll or before thi 12th day of
September, 1969, If you full t" <1" no,
judgment by defaull will ha taken
ngahiKl you for the relief demanded
in the I :il' of 'omplti 1 d
Tins not iff -hail in- published once
. .. w. ek fot i- ,11 ii-utlvi n 1 eka
in TIIK JEWISH PI (Till 'I V.V.
In IN K AND "HI iKHKI' ill Miami.
Plot Ihi '-ii day 1 \uuti 1 AH
11)011
i: n I.E VTHERJIAN. Cli rk,
1 1 ,1 ii uni Plot i U) V l HEWETT
1 ii -.illy i'i. rk
iCiri'Ult Ci url K< an
LEV IS AND KBNO
VII 11 Renn
Tin City .N 1 1 llu line;
h'li .
\i:. me) for I
' s. 1 | 11 "I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ft 'id 'E is H ERKBY II \ l')\ thai
UndersiRIn 'I. ill IrlllH In lit.if in
bn. >s undi r 1! ii- Hi i"it- name of
PALETTE '"' '" x |,; -'", Av'
I, Klorlda 33132 Intends Ii
i.l name M iin the 'It rk ul lite
tii mi: 1 '.i'i' 1 '"if. 1 I- lorida,
THE I'M KTTE
KEATIV K SI PPI I BS, I \i'
UtllER .11 .1 in "SKIN I' A
I .1 V noil, .nit
Blvd
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i ii'ii'i-; is HEIlEllY rilVEN thai
the iiinh rslttni il, d. 1- u
in l>u> tin It tin "ii-
,f I EONARD STEI> Kit. M D SHHI
|it>.\ 1> Ml'NACH, M l>.: STEINER
AND Ml'.N M'li. STEINER AND
Ml VMM PA 1 II."." N W I"
S t roe I. MI n m Pit
to r, L i me.* illh the t'lerk
i>l tin 1 1. a--. 1 -, a ol 1 '."! untj.
Ploridn
STEINER .' ND MEN \CH
PRI IPESSI' IN M. VSSt "'lATl'iN
SP VRIlE't and ROSKIX P A.
Attorney tpnl
Inn Hi ., :i\ 1 I '! il
Ploridn 33132
7 18-2.1 S 1-8
Miami. Florldu 33132
22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K< -'I Hi: IS IIEliKIIY tJIVEN thai
tlM Ui'lllTsiEllell. lle.-irillK I" ''IlKaUi- ill
Huslii- -- until r th.' fii'titious name of
SOI. i'K.NTKI:. M 1> al '''7 I'ltfiit
Bldt .Mi.,'in. IT'i 1.la "'1131 1 Itends
to Hi''.' -.ml name with the Clerk
of th. I'n-.ii't 1"..im i.f I'.hI. County,
norid.i.
sin. CENTER, M D .
PRt iKESSK i\A1. ASSi K'lATH >N
SPAHHKK and K'lSKIX PA.
Attorneys f..r Aptdi. ant
MM Bis.ayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida :::n32
v S-15-22-29
J NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
DTICB IS HEREBY OIV'EN thai
uiid'i sinK. ii ii.-ii intf to emtaae in
itiaaini'ss uiitl. t- iht fictitious name ol
IN THE CIRCUIT CujRT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 69.125.13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLES A PATBEIUi,
Plaintiff,
JEAN LCMPKIN PATBCRG.
I '. i, tiil.-inl.
1 yor. JEAN LCMPKIN PATBCRO,
residence address: Route 3 Qunters-
vllle, Alabama, ore required i" file
your answer t" the complaint for di-
vorce with the clerk "f Ihe al ny
I court and serve a cop) thereof upon
Herman Coin 11. Bsq 1310- II Ci
Bids;.. Miami, Florida, "" or before
September 8. I6 "i els.......nplainl
n ill l" taki n as .-..nfi---.il
DATED: 'ul> !, 199.
i-: 11 i.i;.\Tiii:itMAN.
fl.'t-k "f the fin nit Cowl
My; MAROEERITB KENT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84452
la RE: Estate of
II VNNAH NIXON,
1 ii ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
"i "it are herehy notified and required
to present any claims and demands
w iii.-li you may have agalna! the estate
..r h.wnah NIXON, deceased late "f
Had.- County, Florida, to tin Count)
Judge* "i Dado County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided In
Section 731.16, Florida Statutes, in
th. ii- offices in the County Courthouse
in 1 lath- County, Florida, within m\
calendar mouthr from the time of the
first publication hereof, "r the same
will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 24th
da) "f July, ah I'"-''
MRS. ORACH DCNLAP
As Executrix
First publication "f Ihls notice on
the I si day of August, 1969.
i: PAUL BEATTY
Attorney for Executrix
11103 Beyhold Bldg.,
.Miami. Fla, 3313a
< I--17,-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84430
In RB: Bstati "i
I \u RBNCE T BERLINER.
1 Ijtwreiice Taylor Berliner,
I. T Berliner, Law I'ltic* lit 1 i r
anil Larry 1 :* rliner,
D< eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII I "n till .i-'ii All Perei -
Havitis 'lainix or I lemands
Vgainsl Said E-i.iit :
you art hi reby t .11 ri.-. 1 mid renun "
I,. pr< Ken) an) claims and di mn >l
w iiich '-"u m -..".. ...
., -I I.AWIH'.NiT: t BERLINER,
.. !, a l.:i 1 HI I 1" lol I '" 1 '-. I T
Iterliner, -' 1 arry |
I Ii ..... ......-ased in. of I ladi 1 'oui
i.rlila, i" Iht 'ounty Judgi "I
1'. anlv. and fill the -;.....
. ,i'. d in Sei 1 Ion
7 '. Hi, l-'loridn Statuti -. In il" r of
Count) I'ourtl ii- In
II Count) Plot Ida, a II -
, inimtht ft "iii the Htm tif tl"-
ubllcatlon hi n of, r ihi iimi
barred
Dati .1 ill Miami Florida, thii 28lh
.;,, of Jul) v.D
l-'u-1 publ i-iii.....' ice "ii
: iht) ol August, 1."-'-
M JAY BERLINER
\ Bxei utor
HEN BY N't iRTt IN.
\i 101 i.i j for Bxei if"'-
.ii, 1 tuilding
il I" mi Florid ,,
< 1 --1.1-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 81563
In RE: Estate of
BERN \RD H PRIEI 'I.AM IER,
I.....ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To XII i'ri dltors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands
tgainst Said Estate:
Y..u an- hereb) notified and required
in present any claims and demands
win. ii you may have against llu estate
of BERNARD H l-'i:il-:i 'l.\ \l 'i:i:.
il.. ..-..I late "f Dadi
t.. the County Judges of Di
and lie tin- same In dunlir
provided In Keel Ion 7:'..'l.l
Statutes, in their nfflt es In
11-t
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-11232
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KATHRYN MARKMAN,
Plaintiff
vs.
IliA MARKMAN,
Defendant
T' IRA MARKMAN
117......ean Parkway, Apl
Brooklyn, New I'ork
You. IRA MARKMAN, are hereby
notified thai a Hill of Comphvinl for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve :.....py
"f your Answer or Pleading in the
Bill of Complaint on th. Plaintiff's
attorney, H:\VIX c CHRISTIE, L's
U. si Flagler Street, Suite 804, Miami.
Florida and iii.- th.- original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
"f the CIruull Court on or before the
29th day of August, 1969. If \"ii fail
i" do so, Judgment by defaull will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'l ORIDfAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this L'Mh day of Jul-. \|i
1969
E. P.. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
f'ir.'Uii Court. 11 ..I.- i'i,urn Klorlda
r.y MARtiCBRITE KENT
I )t|iu'y t 1. rk
11 "ii-. uii < 'ourl Seal 1
li:\\ IN 1; CHRISTIE
-s \\'.--i Flngler SI r< 1
Suili SIM
Miami, Ploridn
Alton y for Plaintiff
1-N-I-.-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh
the undersigned* desiring lo engi
in business under the fictitious nan *
of MICHAEL s MATSON, H.li.s
P.A. u.1 > E. -".Hi Sir.':, llial..
Florida Intends to register said nan
with the Clerk of tlie Circuit Cou
of J>ade t'ounty. Florida.
MICHAELS. MATSON, D.D.8,
Professional Association
SPARBER and RO8KIN PA
Atiorn. \s for Applicant
in" Biscayne Blvd.
.Miami. Florida 38182
8/1-R-1S-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBT GIVEN th
. ih>- undersigned, desiring i" engjav
tin business uml'-r the fictitious tw
"f LA YII.I.AltENA .MEAT A\
PORK WHOLESALE at 727 MM
, L'lith Street, Miami. Florida inloi"
to register nald name wiih the uici
..f the Circull Court "f Dade Coum
, Florida.
A I.EIVA
A. GARCIA
t 1 -8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.-i
Iht in,.1. 1 -,1;ii, ,1 deNlring In nuage 111 1
busiin s under lite fi. liou naim "f
I HI KEYMUCH /. IIEISER al I
K< ndall I" -.-. 11 ",i. Florida,
with lh.
f Had.
i" gifcti 1 .mi 1 ami
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court
County, Florida
I'K Sin Ml 'IK /. IIEISER, P A.
By: Si vmour '/. Reiser
FROMBERG. IK' >MBERG
A.
All.
I'K
II. |
1. \' for
SKI Mm
V. Bl
ISER, H \
- 1 -
r.
M
I-'
N \V Second Avenue, .Miami
d.i intends i" register sold name
the Clerk ol il" Clrt ull "url
aiio County, Florida
II & E l-:i.l-:i "I'D 'NHS. INC
[OBEItT I. Hi'HUE. President
g-lo-22 29
as unib r ilu fictitious name
- P. El V.i 'Till 'N'li '8, INC at
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITK'U IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th uiid'TsiKii'-d. desiring to engai
huajness undi r Ihe fi. lit b'Us name of
(TON It PERKY. M D. al I24rt
119th Si Miami, Florida ""I'm
to registi r -aid name irlth the
1 the iii-'Uit Court "i Dade
IV. Florida
;NTii.N 1! PERRY, M D P A,
itr.K and ROSKIN P.A.
11. v. for Xi'iili.ant
i.-" a) ne hh l.
i, Florida 33132
- 8-1 ;,-_'-.'-.".'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Tii'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Edersigned, dishing to engage In
t-ss under the fictitious names "f
ROSEN and MEYERS: itoHEItT
K, M.l>.: RICHARD M, MEYERS,
at 2!ii IT'th Street. Surfsidf,
18164 intend to register said
with the Clark >>f the Circuit
_ of Dade County, Florida.
PRS. ROSEN AND MEYEKS
OFESSION Al. ASSOCIATION
MER and ROSKIN P.A.
eys for Applicants
ca) in- Hlvd.
Florida 33132
8/8-15-2J-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlmi 10 engage in
I business under tl"- fictitious namei nl
DBS 1'IN and RABBN P.A.; i\ 'R
FIN Ml' : MILTON II MIEN. M 1>
nl 1300 Alton Boatl, Miami B
1 |.'ia ::::ii" Intends '" n glMt r said
names with thi Clerk < the Circuit
1 Curl of 1 'ml. '"Ui iv. Florida.
DBS PIN and BABEN
PRi 'l-'l-'.SSli INAI. ASSi "IATION
SPARBER and ROSKIX, P.A.
A Home) n for Apnlicant
1 ui* Biscayne nil d.
Miami. Florida I ,, ,
v s-i 22-29
unty,
I.- ami .1^
;. Florida
! 1 I '1 IUl 1 -
Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within si\ .a!.nd.ii- month.* fmm
tl,.- lime "f ihe first publication !.< i-.
of, or Mi. sami u ill be hnrrt d
1 luted al Miami. Florida, Ihlf 29 day
i July. AH. K""
.1 \' K" 1, FRIEDLANDKR
As Executor
Flrsl publication "f this notice on
the 1st day of Augu 1, I9S9
SIM* IN, H VI s A GKCNDVYERG
\ eys fol I'\.. 11 ii'i-
i'i Ainslt > Building,
Miami, Florida
8 1-8-15-22
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
THOMAS FREDERICK WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
1 AKi il, LYNN WILLIAMS,
I...... '
'In CAROL LYNN WILLIAMS
IK0 Indian Trail
Aurora, Illinois
You, CAROL LYNN WII.LI VMS,
are h< reby 111 lified thai fl Bill of
Complain) for Divorei has been filed
against you. and you are required 10
s. iv. a cop) of your Answi r 01 Plead-
ing I., the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ROY II BROOKS,
JR. Kelly. Brooks \- Ropes. JIM Alca-
sar Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida
: 14, and fil" Ihe original Answer or
Pleading in the office :" Ihe Clerk of
the Sth
da) "'' Septi mber, 1969 If you fall I"
tl., .-". judgment b) default iil be
taken ngainsl you for Ihe relief de-
manded in the BUI "f Complninl
This notice shall be published once
each week fot i"tn.....nsecutive week)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
lh- undersigned, desiring to engat:
in business under the fictitious 'nan
of CORNELL AND LANZA, P.A. 1
number 120] Brk-kell Avenue, in tl
Clt) of Miami, Florida 33131 iiibi.
il name u Ith Ihe 1 'I- 1
of iin- 1 "Ircull Couri of 1 u .1. I'nuni
; r da.
I >aled at Mis mi, Florida, Ihla 23i
da) of July, I! '-'
EKKi 'l. S CORNELL
GEORGE V LANX. \
K I BT \\ KI.I.ISi'! I
117 a in.. la \ enue
Coral :.d.|.-. 1'.
- *-\'-r:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12416
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEORGINA Ki IRRl IN,
Plai illff,
vs.
CEI.ESTINO IK iRROX,
I Ii 1.-ii.lalil.
Tl CBl.ESTINl BORROX
La l'. Imi H. No 4411
Galet 1. \ part ado 1
Habaini I >' Este
h.i\ ana, I u n
11. 'EI.ESTINi Bl 1RR1 'X, ni
il thai a 'omidainl '
1. has been filed ngainsl ynt
j. vi .11 n tiuired to servi a cop
in- Ansu' 1 or I'i. aditiB to tl
if 1'"iii|ilaii.i mi the Plaintiff
t'ounty, Florida, : lh,.', ;,.,.,, ,.,, ,, ,- 1,,.,-,
MARY LEE HOME SERVICES
20 YEARS IN MIAMI
IMC N E. 123rd STREET 891-0611
Nursing Aids and Attendants
Bgfcf-Sitiers. Companions, live in
or 4Mtt. Hememakers, while mother
is grt. Cooks, Housekeepers, Maids,
Button, Chauffeur and Housemen.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VBN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring i" engage i"
businesN under Ihe fictitious name "f
M Mi'KKAV 8CHECHTER, Ml', at
'41,11 Coral Way. Miami, Florida :;sit..
intends t" register -aid name with
tin- Clerk "i" the Circuit Court of Dad.
1 'nunt). Florida .
M MCRHAY SCHECHTER. M D.,
P.A C.P.
PROFESSIONAL ASSi ICIATION
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P A.
Attorneys for Applicant
urn Biscayne Blvd.
.Miami. Florida S31S2 M.M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 80329B
In RE: Estate "f
WILLIAM M. SMITH,
Dcceasi-d
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF KU'KU'A:
TO all persons having claim against
the above estate as beneficiaries, leg-
atees, dlstributet-s or hi Irs "f William
M. Smith. Deoeaaed, if there be, and
all persons claiming by, through and
under them, if any. and all "lh. r per-
sons concerned;
You are hereby notified that a peti-
tion has been filed In said Couri pray-
ing for determination of beneficiaries
and Mil ai. hereby required to file
your written defense* thereto within
"thirty days after the flrsl publication
or posting hereof, and serve a cop)
thereof upon petitioner's attorney,
whose naiiif and uiiiii. are Pallet,
Poppell, Horwlch & fi.....Iman, Ronald
A Shai'-'. ISM Duponl Bldg., Miami.
Florida If ynu fail to do so iudiniitiit
may be entered In dut.....uree uism
the petition.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ol
said Court at Dade County, Florida,
this l'4 day of July "
PRANK 11 lioWLIN"}
County Judge
(C, J s. al)
By: I/us F PASTORFIETJ)
Cleric
8/1-8-1S-SI
in THE JEW IS1I Fit IRIDIAN.
I >N K AND IR1 lERBD nl Miami,
Florida, this 2!Uh day "f July. AH
1: II 11: VTHERM VN. '". rk,
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida
K) : .1 C. SMITH.
11, 1 ni ly 1 "h-i-k
(Circull Couri Seal)
ROY II BROOKS, JR.
Kelly, Brooks *.- Ropes
L'ls Al.-azar Am-iuii-.
Coral 1 lables, Florida
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT A"'""V ""' PtalBt,K .,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE NOTICE UNDER
No- S4517 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
In RE Estate ol _,,,.. NOTICE IS HEREHY Ml YEN that
1 ILLIK APFEL-E1 STEUS n. ull)|prM|Ki)ed, desiring i" el Bgi ''
"' "';,."A'^,r- rr -rr, r a c niifio NOTICE TO CREDITORS VN K M |,-, | A KI Si iN. M.D and
To All Creditors and All Persona \t i"\\ K MICHAELS* >N. M P., PA
Having Claims or iK-mands ,, -j a; Coral Way, .Miami. Florida I
Against Sad Estate: ..... Intend to register said names with
..ar. -hereby in.,, i.-d a, .1 u. |h ,.,,,,, ,,. ,,. Uit IMnrt Of
u .-im claims and 'I'-maims
V

I ii\..
.1 ail
Of v
Bill
nltnrm ALAN B I'd.' IDY, BS*J
Suite ii"::. Biscayne Building, Miam
Plorids and file Ihi 1 riglnal Ansu 1
or Pleading In the office 1 '. Ihe CI.
of tin- Circuit Court on or befori
-.ih da) of September. 190!'. If yi
fall i" il" bo. Judgment b> defnul
will i" taken against you i". the r<
I, 1'iaiiii.il iii the Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive I
in THE JEWISH l-'l.i'ltll'IAN.
HONE AND ORDERED nl Mlani
Florida, this 25th day of July A I
l-ii.-i
i: 1: I.EATHERJIAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
B) : C L. ALEXANDER
I f t'uty Clerk
it'irt-uii 1 'ourl Seal 1
ALAN 1: BRODY
1 n>:i Bisca) ne Building
.Miami, Florida :t:'.i:;n
Attorne; h for Plaintiff
Telephone 379-0575
S i 1-13-22
In prese
\s I ii ii \"U ma> tun
ol I.l I LI K APPEI
ml lale of Dad
to the i'i.nun Judgi
llgalllM ''" '-:ili
- EPSTEIN, .le-
1 'ounty, 1 "
; of Pad.- County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.10, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Hade County, Flor-
ida, within siv calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, "i- the same will be barred.
Haled at Miami, Florida, this H'lth
day "f July. A D. 1909
First publication "f this notice on
ih.- iat day "f August, mf.u.
Ill lit' 'THY KAS
.\s Executrix
KT'RT WELI UU'H
Attorney for Dorothy Kea, executrix
01 the estate ..f
Lillia Apfel-Epstein, deoeaaed
ir.; Almeria Avenue,
1 "oral lables, Florida
R/l-8-15-22
li.i.le County, Florida
All AN K MICHAKLSON, MI) 1' A
SIM' IN, HAYS, A: ORCNDWER*!
\i: eys for Applicant
joi \lnsley Building
Mi.,1111. Floi Ida 33132
s S-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY r.lYKN thai
tin undersigned, desiring lo engage hi
business uml.-i the fictitious names "t
ERNEST It. BARNBTT, M.D. and
ERNEST It. BARNETT, M.D., P.A.
at 1220 Ponce de 1.. "ii Boulevard,
Coral Babies, Florida intends- 10 resist-
. ni names It* the Cleric of the
Circuit Couri of Had.- County, Florida.
ERNEST R. i:.\ltNl-:TT. M H PA.
SIMON, HAYS Ai CltlNDUKIKJ
Attorneys for Applicaat
301 Ainsby Building
Miami, Florida susl ( ( |5_8829
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E IS HEREBY OlYEN tha
the undersigned, desiring i" ei gagi
business under the fictltioua name
JORDAN K DAVIS, M H at 11"
N W II Sit,.:. .Miami. Florida, am-
at 1190 NIC 103 Street. North Ml
Bench, Florida, Intends to register sab
name with ihe Clerk of the Circ-u
Couri of Hade County, Florida.
H \\ IS At RASKIN,
Professional Association
Ity: Jordan K. Davis
PROMBBRO, FROMBERQ
*i ROTH. P.A.
Attorne) for
DAVIS K A SKIN.
Professional Asaoclatlo/n
- I-S-15-23
"IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C
IN RE: Estate ..f
EI.1AS SIEOBLMAN,
I le, asell
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that
have filed m> Final Reporl and II
ii.,11 for Distribution and final His
charge as Executor of the estate "
BLIAS SII'.ilLLMAN. dee.-ased: an.
thai "ii the 3rd day of Beptemhet
I'n'.n ai !:3 a.m. will apply to the
Honorable County Judges "f tmdi
Countv, Florida, for approval of salt
Final Report and for distribution am
final dischargi as Executor' of th-
estate "f the above named decedent
Thi- J''tl' day "f July. \'m,v
s HARRY l.riiA. Executor
TAl.iANi IFF \- WALLER
Attorney
Il'ii Lincoln Rnml
Miami Hia.-li. Florida ( g.15.ej.ej
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FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT.. AUG. 9. AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES. KOSHER MARKETS
MAXWELL HOUSE
29
With eoch $5 purchase, excluding cigarettes
GOOD THRU WED., AUG. 13
COFFEE
ALL GRINDS
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FOOD FAIR
ALL
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ALL
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29
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99c
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FAMILY LOAF WHITE
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SAVI I7 COIJEN GRAIN NOODLES ROMANOFF C*
Noodles Stroganoff 3Ses$1
NOODLE RONI ...70/ BOXES
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Chunk Light Tuna L cans
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2COc
Bathroom Tissue
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Meat Pies C/
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Celery Stalks *"
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All Cheese & Lunch Meats Sliced To Order i
ROAST BEEF
COOKED qtr
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Margarine quarters ...
FOOD FAIR
Cottage Cheese con, 33
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Sliced Bologna /"
99
FRESHIY
COLGATE
TOOTHPASTE
5-OZ
TUBE
T3C
VALUE
Smoked Chubs whitefish.....ib
IMPORTED
Austrian Swiss Cheese 99
FRESHIY MADE GERMAN STYLE -
Potato Salad lb Z9
Pure Orange Juice con. 33
SAVE 14c FARMBEST LEMONADE OR ^ q.
Fruit Punch.................n gai 15T