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

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

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

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University of Florida
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' cJevirish Flor idian
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
um 42 Number 33
Miami, Flohcla Friday, August '.o.
Tvo Sections Price 23a
NO COMMENT FOR THE TIME BEING
\lsrael Wants More F-4 Phantom Jet Fighters
[WASHINGTON (JTA. A
Ite Department spokesman
;lined to comment this week
press reports that Israel had
^k-d to buy additional F-4
nantom jets and Skyhawks to
lintain air superiority over its
,rab n' ighbors. Asked _about
reports at a press confer-
e, State Department spokes-
man Carl Bartch replied that
>re was "no comment for the
|me being."
The report, which has circu-
lated here for several weeks,
was that the Nixon Administra-
tion had been asked to sell Is-
rael about 80 more Skyhawk
A-4 fighter-bombers and about
25 more supersonic Phantoms.
At present prices for the planes,
ii was estimated that the trans-
action would involve about $150
million. Under a 1966 agreement
expanded in January, 1968, dur-
ing the Johnson Administration,
the United States has delivered
more than half of 80 Skyhawks.
Last r>c. 27, the United Stal s
agreed to st It 50 Phantoms to
Israel. A number of Israeli Dilots
have been trained to handle the
1.250-mile-an-hour plane. A class
of Israeli jit pilots was gradu-
ated after specialized training
on the Phantoms at George Air
Force Base in California. De-
fense Department officials have
disclosed that Israeli Air F I
technicians and mechanic; were
taking advanced training at U.S.
Air Force bases in this country
to maintain and service t
Phantoms, which have not yet
n delivered to Israel.
Defense officials in Heated
skepticism about an aspect of
the press reports on the pur-
! new Israeli bid which il-
leged Israeli interest in getting
Phantoms equipped to carry nu-
clear weapons. They said Israel
has repeatedly denied possession
ol such weapons and therefore
wjuld not ask specially-equipp
lanes or other delivery sys-
tems.
Authoritative sources here dis-
closed that Jordan, which re-
c ntly n ci ived a consignment of
F-104 jets from the Unite)
Stat S, was seeking to hire U.S.
Air Force veterans and ground
cr< w personnel. It was noted
thai Jordanian fliers are being
trained by the U.S. Air Force
but that Jordan is not yet able
tj operate and maintain t:
F-104 jets effectively.
NPD 'Postpones' Rally
At Dachau Death Camp
BONN (JTA) Protests at
[home and abroad have led the
extremist right-wing National
Dunocratic Party to announce
an indefinite postponement of a
political rally it had announced
it would hold at the site of the
Dachau death camp. No date
had been announced for the
rally and' observers here sug-
gested that the postponement
was a face-saving device and
that the Dachau meeting will
never take place.
The reputedly neo-Nazi NPD
meanwhile came under increas-
ing, atack from prominent West
German Federal and state offi-
cials and trade unionists. For-
eign Minister Willy Brandt told
a meeting of the women's sec-
tion of his Social Democratic
Party that the NPD uses a
democratic mask behind which
to hide its true Nazi character."
Horr Brandt's statement contra-
dicted a recent statement attrib-
uted to his coalition partner,
Chancellor Kurt Georg Kissing-
er of the Christian Democratic
Union, that the NPD was not
neo-Nazi.
Heinz Kuehn. Prime Minister
of North Westphalia and a
member of the Social Demo-
cratic Party presidium, said in
an interview that he would de-
scribe the NPD as "neo-Nazi."
He asked citizens not to demon-
strate at NPD rallies, however,
because that would only give
the party additional publicity.
Israel Is Best Customer
Of French Arms Industry
PARIS (\VNSl-The French
embargo on arms to Israel im-
posed just beforenot after
the Six-Day War by former
President Charles de Gaulle, has
not halted such sales to Jeru-
salem. Israel, in 1968, remained
the French arms industry's best
C istomer, purchasing for cash
$75 million worth of aeronautical
i > ducts, according to arma-
it dealers. More than half
th items were spare parts for
t Israeli Air Force, which is
;t 85'; French-e ii I.
4Mein Kampf Set
For Re publication
LONDON (JTA) A British
publisher has announced that he
will publish a limited edition of
Hitler's autobiography. "Mem
Kampf." the first to appear in
Britain since World War II. al-
though he admittedly lacks au-
thorization of the Bavarian state
government which holds the
copyright.
Sir Robert Lusty, managing
director of Hutchinsons Pub-
lishers, said only 2.000 copies
would be printed. "There have
been some private complaints."
he said, "mainly from Jews.
But we felt that the new gener-
ation coming on should have
whether one likes it or not -an
edition available for study by
students."
Sir Robert said royalties will
be paid to the Bavarian govern-
ment which confiscated the copy-
right after the war and has
sire refused to allow anybody
to re-publish Hitler's work. Sir
Robert said he has received no
complaint from the West Gor-
man gov rnmc nt and "I am sure
th" kn :.v we arc publishing it."
GERMANS STILL THINK
JEWS ARE POWERFUL
BONN (JTA i Although
little more than 20.000 Jews
remain in West Germany to-
day out of a population of
60 million, eight out of 100
Germans still believe the
Nazi-perpetrated myth that
"the Jews are the most
powerful group in the coun-
try"
This was disclosed this
this week in a poll Condu '-
ed by the Wickert Research
Institute in Tuebingen. The
questionnaires was answered
by a cross-section of West
Germans who were to select
from a list the group they
thought had the most in-
fluence in the country- In-
d"stry and banks topped the
list with 23 percent; 19 per-
cent thought the Catholic
clergy was the most power-
ful group; 17 percent select-
ed trade unions; 14 percent
fanners organizations and 10
percent refugee groups. Ob-
servers here said the fact
that eight percent selected
Jews could b attributed t >
the "leftovers" of Nad pro-
paganda and the igitation of
neo-Nazi and ultra-right
wing groups.
Israel Economy Unaffected
By Devaluation Of Franc
TFL AVIV (JTA> Israel's
financial leaders say that de-
valuation of the French franc
will have no effect on the Israeli
economy and that Israel has no
intention of devaluing its own
cum ncy. Finance Minister Zeev
Sharef and David Horowitz,
Bank of Israel Governor, dis-
c tsscd France's monetary action
in radio and. press Into rviev ;.
Delegation Confers
With Kurt Kiesinger
NEW YORK (JTAi Th
American Jewish Committee has
disclosed that six of its top lead-
ers had a long private meeting
with West German Chancellor
Kurt Georg Kiesinger in Wash-
ington on Friday to discuss cur-
rent developments in West Ger-
many. The delegates expressed
concern over political radiealiza-
tion and the National Demo-
cratic Party in West Germany
and also discussed the recent
extension of the statute of limi-
tations on Nazi war crimes with
the Chancellor and the Middle
East situation and the prospects
for peace there.
(Dr. Kiesinger told the Na-
ti ii al Press Club in Washington
Friday that his government was
unhappy about Arab pressures
and the establishment of diplo-
matic relations hv a number of
Arab states with East Germany,
but he said Germany would con-
tii : to "pursue our neutral pol-
Icy toward the parties in the
M ddle East")
A Committee spokesman said
the delegation had found Dr.
Ki< singer's replies "reassuring"
and that the participants were
assured that the West German
government would be alert to
the impact of the NPD on the
current government and that the
government would do all in its
I nver to ensure the indictment
of Nazi war criminals. He quoted
chancellor Kiesinger as express-
ing the hi'p" that '......a'ions
of this nature would continue
both in the Uniti d Stat and In
["he meeting w is le-
c > ,: ps one of series the
TEL AVIV (JTA Israeli
Air Force planes h&\ ick for
a second time at Jordan's Ghor
i tgation canal in an attack on
i 'itary objective ;." n -. re to
an upsurge of Jordanian
across the cease-tire line and
gu : i ilia raids against civilian
settlements and army units In
the Beisan and Jordan Valley
8 tel >rs.
Officials indicated that the
car.al was again damaged in the
oo -hour raid. All Israeli planes
r i irned safely to base. After
t.i first air raid on the canal
June 23 Beisan Valley settle-
nts had almost two weeks of
without a single attack on
any settlement. Premier Golda
Meir said at the time that if the
c.,.i was continued by Jordan,
Israel would not interfere with
repair work on the canal, a
pi- d'v Israel kept.
The 50-mile Ghor canal takes
its water from the Yarmuk Riv-
er, a tributary of the Jon! ,;..
It inmates farm land populated
by m. re than 20,000 Jordanians
and i3 considered one of the
most vital projects in this water-
11.or ii gion.
Observers on the Israi Ii si.;.'
of tin border said the Ghor ca-
i al's water lew I appeal
to zero. The jet strike i
one of the canal's walls, pour-
ing the water back into the Yar-
muk riverbed only a few yards
away.
However, officials said. -
after repairs W< r Ci tn| I ti d,
the Jordanians renewed their
attacks, which reached a peak
last wcekt ml with five assaults
on settlements and Isra li army
units in 24 hours. The officials
the 1
ti ty d< ""!-
i Jordanian
could coi army
as I so
If they v
Fat .i gu n ilia com-
mand has for the first time ad-
>:'.it'id that In stationed
in Jordan were participating in
a sai Its on Israel. The disclosure
Mined in a Fatah an-
r.ouncemi nt claiming that heavy
casualties and damages were in-
Continued on Page 11-A
American Jewish Committee has
had with the West German lead-
ership in recent years.
Participating in the meeting
for the American Jewish Com-
mittee were David Sher, chair-
man of its board of governors;
Morris H. Berggreen. chairman
of its European Committee;
Judge Theodore Tannenwald Jr.,
chairman of its Israel Commit-
tee; Bertram H. Gold, executive
vice president; Jerry Goodman,
executive affairs specialist, and
Continued on Pajfe 12-A
Israeli Jets Damage Jordanian Canal In Raids
Jets To Israel
Begin in Month
L< >ND< >N I JTA iThe Daily
Telegraph's Washington corre-
spondent has asserted that th !
first deliveries of the 50 super-
sonic F-4 Phantom jets bought
by Israel will be made next
month. U.S. authorities agreed
to seli the planes to Israel early
this year.
According to Richard Beeson,
Israel is pressing the Nixon ad-
ministration to sell it more than
100 additional military planes,
including about SO subsonic Sky-
hawk fighter-bombers and 25
more phantoms. This pressure
was expected to build up until
Sept. 25, the date Premier Golda
Meir is due in Washington for
talks with President Nixon. Mr.
Beeson said Israel's request I
more planes reflected th" In-
ert asing numb* r of air battl ;
with the Arabs in rt cent v<
an i the growing us ieli
planes
r.d i '. '
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Friday, August 15, 1969
Hairy T. Silverman (left) and Samuel Lipton are among
new Founders of Mount Sinai Hospital. Silverman is Board
Chairman of Plume and Atwood Industries, while Lipton
is a Vice President of Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association and a Director of Central Bank and Trust
Company.
Beth David Starts Pro-School (lasses
The Beth David Pn -School Pro-
- im ne ol the most vital of its
c i in arms has added new
n< ; si >ns ti> its curriculum and
h i achers to its staff, Dr. Elliot
ii i. Board ol Education chair-
in, ', is announced.
The program, conducted solel\
David's new South Dade
i ilii 7">00 SW 120th St., has
nos i ibU rl its enrollmi i i this
fi urn 60 to l IS j oung-

Mrs Ti udy Golden, director of
Both 1 >a> id Pre-School, is a
ti r mi mbcr and officer in I
C ;ational Pre-
: South Florida.
' staff membei possesses a
e in < arly childhood edu-
ai ; h is be< n select) d on
' sis of i xperience.
"The Beth David Pro-School
assi ^ take into consideration the
ciis ,ii each individual child and
in help each emphasize his
-trengths and develop his percep-
tions, lays Mrs. Golden. "Religious
bscrvanocs are introduced natur-
- Ily. so that we can offer an ex-
ited) opportunity to deepen ami
enrich their sense of Jewish iden-
tification. Furthermore," she says,
"we try to encourage a freedom ol
spirit and thirst for knowledge in
youngsters preparing for w hool
y< ars alicad."
The entire school program at
Beth David, both at 2625 SW 3rd
A\e. and its South Dad. branch,
is under the supervision of Morris
Tarasow, educational director.
Another Beth David innovation
is a pre-Undcrgarten Sunday
s. hool class which "ill give 1-year
olds an orientation to Jewish liv-
ing, observances and holidays.
Beth Torah Camp Staff
Treated To Dinner, Show
Approximately NO members of ,
the staff of Camp Beth Torah at '
1051 Interama Blvd., North Miami \
Hi ach, attended a dinner and show
ii the Deauville Hotel recently as
guests of J. I. Montgomery, direc-
tor of the camp.
Now in its fourth summer sea-
son, the camp has an enrollment of
more than 150 children from all
sections of Dade County. Mr.
Montgomery said.
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Friday, August 15. 1969
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Religious Books To Be Provided
WASHINGTON ejTAl Jewish
ii lisious books will be provided
to Rumanian readers under a
new library exchange agreement
l.eiwoen the United State- and
Rumania announce.! here > the
State Department.
The librarj exchange uas sign-
ed in Bucharest this week, it was
Edward Tumaroff Is
Appointed To Head
Histradrut Council
Edward Tumaroff has been ap-
pointed executive director of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida. Rabbi Leon Kronish, hon-
orary chairman, has announced.
Mr. Tumaroff succeeds Moshi
Bcrman, who served as director
for 14 .'.ears.
Active in Zionist affairs for
more than 25 years, Mr. Tumaroff
disclosed, following the visit of
President Ni.\op. The U.S. library
will be established in Bucharest
by the i;.S- Informal ion --Agency.
A USIA official disclos d
the a^rcemfritincludes a clause
guaranteeing no pre-censorship
and that the USIA intends to
-tock the library with a nui
of books of Jewish religious in-
terest They will reflect the Re-
form. Conservative and Ortho-
dox viewpoints, the official said.
Thi' L'SIA also made known that
nadir interest will determine
the addition Of more Jewish pub-
lications and that the library
will order titles requested.
U A H C Sets Convention
The 50th G'r.eral Ai i y of
thi Union of American Hebrew
Congregations lUAHC), central
congregational body <;' R.-h.;:.: Ju-
daism in the United States and
Canada, will be held in t:.- Foi -
tainebleau Hu1 Oct. 25-30.
Concurrently, the Natior
eration of Ten pie Sisterh h .
affiliate of the UAHC, will
its 27th Biennial Assembly at thi
Hilton Pia/a. The res]
vention theme-: wii; i,. -\ Charg-
ing Synagogue for a Chart-, g
World" and "A Changing Sister-
hood for a Changing World.'*
resenting more than one
members of too Reform
ti mples, will participate
in siness iisions.
Principal akers will
Maurice N. i isi ndrath, pr
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. n sident of Bi nd is Uni'
the :. ti author an
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binical Seminary (A-hk.ua/-i) in
More than 3.000 delegates, rep- : 18fi'i. (JTA)
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Volume 42
1 ELUL5-29
Number 33
auditorial
'Cultural Genocide' Policy In USSR
The defection of one of the Soviet Union's leading
writers in recent days again points up the cultural geno-
cide being practiced against the Jews in that "peoples
democracy."
The Jewish Labor Committee has sent an appeal by
American writers to the Soviet "Jn.cn to coincide wi h the
anniversary of the death o: 1 I Yiddish writers at the di-
rection of Stalin in 1S52. They ask for the restoral on oJ
publishing facilities, theatres, end other marks of a culture
which are granted, presumably, to other minorities ::: that
Communist lend.
As evidence of the strangulation of Jewish culture, a
Polish Yiddish periodical recently provided somo interest-
ing statistics: of the 750 Yiddish books that have appeared
in the last five years, only seven were in Moscow, although
the Soviet Union has the second largest Jewish population
in the world. The United States published 240, Israel 203
end Argentina 132 as the leaders.
Federation's Main Concern Is People
Without much fanfare, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is, for the first time in ten years, helping in the
task of resettling immigrant families in the United States.
Their lands of origin provide an insight into the problems
Jews face in many parts of the world: Poland, Czechoslo-
vakia, Morocco.
The magnitude of Federation's assignment to main-
tain a community is rarely understood. But one thing is
clear, and that is that its concern ultimately is with people
in the best Jewish tradition.
Guilty Must Accept Responsibility
Germany's Protestant churches have made a unigue
contribution to the guestion cf that nation's legal and
moral guilt for the murder of Jews and others during the
Hitler regime in a recent statement criticizing the Roman
Catholic Church for its stand on Bishop Defregqer of
Munich, who took part in a wartime execution of civilians
in Italy as a German Army officer.
The Catholic hierachy of Germany has attempted
to defend the newly-appointed Bishop on the now-familiar
defense cf "only having passed along the orders" and the
Bishop, himself, in a television interview, declared that he
felt neither "legally, nor morally, guilty.'' From Nuremburg
throuch the trials of Nazis, high and low, this defense has
been shattered and, as the Protestant statement pointed
out, it is sad that the Roman Caholic Church has not
seen the Defregger case for what it really is.
Tu crimes of those who followed Hitler's orders can-
not b" made anonymous and whoever took part must
stand up to his guilt and responsibility, not onlv legally
but, safely, in the case of one who has been singled out
by the Roman Catholic Church for leadership, mora'lv as
well.
Comment
Through June and July the
r, oi |i In -. I "' offices won-
di r what happened to all the
Jews. The faint stirrings of life
. mi i vidi ;it as August be-
and by the end of this
i i th th< sound of the ram's
horn seems tu be loud and
cl< ar.
Tin newest prophetic voice in
Am rlcan Jewish life appears to
Leonard Fein, associate
tor of the M.I.T. Harvard
it Center for Urban Studies
incidentally, he will give one
ol the lectures in the Greenfield
Institute at Temple Israel this
fall -who has come up recently
with another study, this one
to gcneiate theory, not just
statistics.
It", today, you don't have to
be Jewish to love corned beef
en rye, or even to be a Jewish
mother, what do you have to be?
\V< Prol Febl is like most
i : ..- ::: groping fcr answers, as
points out that classical Jiw-
ish positions have been usurped:
civi rights by th" church, wel-
the government, and.
< v. n Tim lagazine has
, tions that the
I i .. schi lai -i.s an
I in l Is i : those v. ho
Sp< a,; v i:i; | n s;>* cl iv
> i -.. V.":. .: val
- .:-, this business ;>i
. Jewish other than being
seated foi t High Holy Days?
(His research shows that 57%
at!' :.( d only oi; the prill I]
h< lays.i
xt, Prof. Fi "
nsi if to one of the
more obvious i for syna-
gogue membership -Jewish edu-
cation. His now-famor.s address
to the General Ass. ml I the
t'ouncil of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Kinds .:: Atlanta
last year makes particular sense
at this time of search, a- hi said,
in part:
"Asidi from the obvii us | int
that n latively few j' wish homes
provide thi ir childn n with a
Jewish environment, can we
permit ourselves to s,.. ; ose that
our childnn do not k;.ow that
Jewish parents would not
tolerate for one day in their
children's public schi Is the con-
ditions which they accept as a
matter of course in their chil-
dren's Hebrew school? Is it rea-
sonable to think that cur chil-
dren are unaware of the act
that not one parent in t. n ti
sand, in considering ? ni
m ighhorhood in which to live,
spends a moment Investigating
the quality of the Jewish school
in which his child will
d?"
In short, he stati I
ant! jkjwirful i [the
parent to the child is i
that J< wish cducatio nor
is it int< tided to i "it
invi .-:: i t No w ndei iks
in the survey repot t a yeai later,
"Why do they want thi ir chil-
dren to be Jewish simply to
give them an identity tag, an
i li ology, or what?"
Parents, however, an not
Prot. Fi in's prime targi t in his
In bs. Although hi seen to
- tin one who labe >. J ish
by EDWARD COHEN
educatl steiflrea, or at
least I i : to the i
expi ;t-. th "xt of his .
mails- ted thai
I nore v ith
muni; i i ship than with < I-
ucators. A mon tilling iabel is
that Jewish communal
are "social welfare giants I .
Judaii pygmies."
The synagogues
better i r rsi today contr l
the educatii i i1 more than l
ci out .-> i n er bets
. red si ities ol our i
lanthropists; some &
that t! tg gue is a
Ital l< instil itii n and pay th
most i "f dues n t. |
basis. Can wi th asks, n asi j xpecl J< .
ish mi:. : i i '' r, th is w
munal it
tions, have lean. I that
suffici) nt funds will win I
publii take ri
!y thi n< f< i investm nl .
Jewish lii
W .' >t attempt t3
prophesy : i nsw ar to that.
But, ai i of modest In
continue to die n er th .t |
n to a synag
for the ; of edui atii .
: even mil I
.'.::. th, the
i.' i i .hull
mi n.: body love
beef or. rye, every rflo her
Jewishwill bi shut off fri
them.
Not by i tion, It wi I
si i m, will wi inally la I I
historj I it b t the reel vt I
thoa u the jx>v : I
the m ..: .
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP

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BADEN-BADEN. West Ger-
many Maybe the green gar-
dens of this old watering-place,
so n dolent of 19th-century in-
nocence and security, tend to
make one melancholy. Maybe
one should merely say. resigned-
ly, "Let us wait and sec."
Yet the suspicion is really too
strong to be downed, that among
the more articulate people in the
United States today the vast
majority is currently living in a
kind of dream of false hopes and
unfounded expectations. After
President Kennedy's brilliant and
far-seeing management of the
Cuban missile crisis, it was of
course right to hope'. But what
now is left?
The Berlin crisis was swiftly
liquidated after the Soviet mis-
siles were withdrawn from Cuba.
The willingness to open a dialog
with the Soviets, which Presi-
dent Kenneely had always so
wisely manifested, soon led to
the nuclear test ban treaty. In
Euro'ie, at least, including East-
ern Europe, a new. more liberal,
SB

-this time the locust PiAQue is on men!
-DON'TU SWPID ABDUL, ITS TH6 %9 TOURIST SEASON!
I
more humane trend seemed to
have se t in, and it appeared that
this new trend might even influ-
ence thi Si : t Union.
Today, however, the largt r
hope's that were thus aroused 1..
President Kennedy's achievi -
ment have already been proved
to be false although few per-
sons seem willing to admit this
obvious fact at home. There was
nothing humane in the Investor
of Czechoslovakia.
In and of itself, the mere fact
that Czechoslovakia is now a:
occupied country, ruled fror
Moscow as an imperial provinci
means that all the expectatio: -
of liU ralization in Eastern I
rope wen sadly vain and m:--
li ading Nor does it end than
In any empire, the unpei I
power's Inti rnal policies in lai
m. asm ::. .st n fleet its im
i ial : tlici Hence the lights
that bri fly flickered an- goii I
out in Mi scow, The prison can
now hold tens of thousands
wretch) <1 political prisoners.
eluding mon and more scientisi
and iniell. i tuals along with Ci
mean Tartars, Volga Ctermais
arnl othn suspect gruui>s.
Worse still, a worrtod, unci -
tain Soviet Politburo) weaken' I
by its own divisions., has inti -
duced a new element of dangi -
out uncertainty into the wm ;
situation. The divisions in ti
Politburo offer the Soviet ma -
shals cra< kl to put crowbars
and there is all sorts of evideri
that the marshals' viewpoint -"
i ing listened to more careful j
each day.
The mosl startling proof is
the enormous increase of So\i't
idrations on tW
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Post Represented At JWV Convention
Atending the 74th national con-
wntion of the Jewish War Vou-i-
m of the U.S.A. in Los Angeles
i \t week will bo three members
i the Abe Horrowitz Post 682. and
repren ntattve from its Auxil-
iry, .11 of whom arc from North
Miami Beadh.
As ho has' done for the past 12
'lorida Department conventions
- well as seven national conven-
ions hold throughout the country.
mamiel Mandol. national cantor.
will chant the liturgy for all tho
convention services. Miriam Man-
del will represent the Auxiliary of
Post tisj. Attending the convention
as national adjutant will bo Iivin
Steinberg, who has boon post com-
mander. Department commander,
ivgioijal C'lrnjufuWor aud national
executive committeeman; also vot-
ing in the business sessions will bo
Bob Lawrence, commander of the
post.
, .. |. heny airlines a teran of
New Sales Manager For Northeast Airlines ,, Korean war, where
Northeast Airlin. s1 Souther, Mr. Houston, who ^ **' "' ,h US Mr Forc*
Region vice president E. H. Bishop of passenger sales; '" ; DC attended Abbott School of Com-
arssyvsrsyi i; r>2Xt a-u.....*> ,, *. ., w.....8.
4th take Central, Capital and 'on.
district sales manager. """ 1-aKl
North Dade BB Unit
Cited For Service
The North Dade Chapter of
nai B'rith Women. District Fi\e.
hich includes chapters from
aryl ind south to Florida, was
cently cited for its efforts to-
ard the success of Bnai B'rith
Women.
Trophies and certificates were
awarded for best special Anti-
Defamation League program, rais-
ing allocations prior to Jan. 31,
ver-subscribing the allocation.
!. rcentage and amount of over*
subscription', best bulletin within
District Five, sj>ecial second place
ward for best all around chapter.
Special individual awards in the
"emborship and retention cam-
I ugn went to Mrs. Ronald Jay,
president, and to Eleanor Lowen.
Council Set To Air
Problems of Youth
The formation of the Mayor's
A Ivisory Council on Youth Affairs,
;.mi"i at keeping the liro s of com-
unii ition open between students
i! elected officials, has been an-
nounc d bv Dade Counts Mayor
< hucl Hall.
Two divisions of the Council will
I esi lished as soon as schools
: i back into session nexl month.
J yoi Hall said. One division will
inch* presidents of the student
i dii ft >l all Dade County colleges
~'. u i\-rsiti hiuh schools will be represented by
t i ir studelrt body presidents.
Establishment of the Council.
Mayor Hail laid, will provide a
f> run through which the youth
will be able to make their views
I. own publicly. Hopefully, it will
provid< a vihiolc for solving youth
i obi
Talmud Torah Registration
Opens At Kneseth Israel
For the 19th year, the Talmud
T ral of Kneseth [sra< 1 Congrega-
i in, 1413 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, is ojx-n to the community
I i -free. Binder the supervision
ol Rabbi David I., hi field, spiritual
! ''' i and educational director
,i cob A Sachs, Milton Kahn, con-
gregation president, announe !.
Registration will be open from
? a.m to noon on Sundays, begin-
ning *>-. 1". and on weekdays
fi im I to 4 p.m.
Senior Citizens To
Hold Social Meeting
The American Federation of
S. nic Citizens, Inc., will hold a
i -ol. r meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
' :i tho Washington Federal,
1- :! W LshJngton Ave.
Syi On inc. pantomimist, will
ei ti i iin, Mrs. Tillir Sherman will
i .-it. some <>f her original poems,
i ino <' li etions will be offered
by Mrs. (Jussie Laut. A surprise
Mac Chance} i~ president ol the
Suburban League
Ladies To Meet
Suburban League Women will
hold a mid-summer membership
meeting on Monday at the South
Dade branch of Dado Federal.
Mrs. Morris Levitt, president,
will outline the 19ti9-70 calendar
ol fund-raising events which will
lend support to the Oncology Unit
at Variety Children's Hospital.
The next event scheduled by the
League is an Oct. 20 fashion show
and luncheon at the Hilton Plaza.
Miami Beach.
Baby Boy For Olinicks
The birth of Shawn and Maria's
baby brother. Adam Curtis. Aug. 3, I
is announced by their parents,
June and Alan Olinick. Tho proud
grandparents are Pearl and Harold
Lowenthal and Vie and Dave Oli-
nick. Gussie and Phil Lowenthal
are the great-grandparents.
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Exclusive Caterers
For the Newly Built and
Magnificently Decorated
Social Hall of Temple
Emanu-El of Miami
Beach. Catering of Wed-
dings, Bar Mitzrahs,
Luncheons and Banquets.
We cater to the Temple
Members also to the Gen-
eral Public
For Information
Mr Sidney Hechtman o
at 534-9587
For Hotel Plaza of Miami
Beach to do the Kosher
Catering for Organiza-
tional Functions, Ban-
quets, Luncheons and all
other Social Affairs from
100 to 1000 persons.
please contact
r Mr. Walter Schuman
- 538-2503.
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It's been 17 years
since we've re-priced our services.
In 1952, seventeen years ago, the
present level of rates for telephone
service was established. During this
period, we have provided the best in
communication service to our Flori-
da customers without an increase in
price. This progress has been ac-
complished through technological
improvements and operating effi-
ciencies that have benefited the
customer not only in price but im-
proved services.
Inflation has caught up with us too
During a time of increasing costs,
wages, taxes and the high cost of
capital, we now, like other busi-
nesses, are required to re-price our
services to meet the present-day
conditions. We are no longer in a
position to continue the 1952 prices
for telephone services.
What has happened to our cost is no
mystery to most Floridians who have
also experienced the higher cost of
recent years. For example, Flori-
dians are paying 38.0% more for
fruits and vegetables, 40.5% more
for housing, 28.7% more for clothes
than in 1952. Yet, the highest basic
rate for residence telephone service
today in Florida is $5.85-15 cents
less than you were paying in 1952.
Southern Bell is applying to the
Public Service Commission for a
general rate increase in Florida. We
have to. And we want you to know
why. It is necessary that we re-price
our services. As an example, it would
mean to most of our customers an
increase of $1.15 per month for a
residence individual line and $2.75
for a business telephone.
Since 1952, we have spent one bil-
lion dollars on new telephone facili-
ties in Florida. And half of that
amount was spent during the last
five years when costs were rising
most sharply. An indication of Flor-
ida's future needs is the fact that
our current construction program
for 1969-70 calls for spending $438
million.
And we must raise that money now
when the cost of obtaining new in-
vestment money is the highest in
history-the latest being8.01%. This
cost of new money is considerably
higher than the return we presently
earn on it.
Southern Bell will provide quality
service at the lowest possible cost to
you. We've waited as long as possi-
ble before seeking a general rate in-
crease. But now, like other busi-
nesses, we must make adjustments
to meet present-day needs. We can
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Second Jet Strike Rabbinic Intern Speaks
On Lebanese Bases
David Danzig, internation-
ally known authority on
intergroup relations, died
last week after a long ill-
ness. He was Associate
Professor of Social Work at
Columbia University and
head of its Intergroup Rela-
tions Area. For almost 20
years, he was a staff mem-
ber of the American Jewish
Committee, starting in 1947
as program director and be-
coming associate director
of the Committee in 1963.
Senior Citizens Council
At New Headquarters
The Dadt" County Council for
Senior Citi/vns. which was organ-
ized in September of 1983, official-
ly oiH'nod its new headquarters in
Suite 307 of the Harvey Bldg.,
1370 Washington Aw, Miami
Beach, on Aug. T.
Tli.' Council, which nas IS affili-
ated Clubs in Dade County, hopes
tn expand its activities in the
fields of housing, social services,
Medicare ami all commnltv activ-
i'les affecting senior citizens.
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TEL AVIV (JTAi For the
second time since t!ie June. 1967
Six-Day War. Israeli jets have
struck at targets in Lebanon.
Their target was a h> avHv wood-
ed ar-rtfon the southwest slopes
^f Mt. Hermon, when Arab
guerrilla bands are believed to
have concentrated in recent
weeks. Israeli sources said the
area hii contained sewn guer-
rilla b;ises set up by El Fatah,
the Popular Front for the Libera-
tion ol Palestine and the Syrian-
sponsored El Saiqua commandos.
Ner Tamid Leaders Home
Rabbi and Mrs. Eugene i^bovit/
have returned to Miami alter a
trip to Israel as pan of a study
[group consisting of rabbis and ed-
ucators from throughout the na-
tion. Temple Ner Tamld's cantor,
who has been on a motor trip
covering most of the United Slates,
has also returned.
At Temple Beth El
Michael Zedek, rabbinic intern
in urban affairs will report on his
I activities in the inner city at the
Sabbath Vesper services of Temple
Beth El, Hollywood.
Mr. /xdek. who received a Ful-
bright^grant lor study in the'
t "nili d kingdom, has been director :
oi the Utica, NY.. Tutorial Project
and Freedom School, and lias scrv-
( lor tutor, working with retarded
and emotionally disturbed children.
The huppa, the canopy under
whieh a bride and groom exchange
wedding vows, is used to symbolize
i lie bride coming under tlie legal
domain of her hUSlNMld. The word
original!} referred to Fie bridal
chamber, and Hie canopy of toda.\
i-> ulso a symbol of Hie chamber.
(.IT A,
Beth Moshe Registration
Registiation for kindergarten
and nursery school at Beth Moshe
Congregation is now o|>eri at the
tunple office. I.'i.'i0 \V. Dixie H
Joining the staff of the Noi
Miami facility this year is Ell
Candcl.
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Maccabee Lodge Meets
Maccaboc Lodge. B'nai B'rith
Luncheon Club will meet at noon
Wednesday in the Southgate Car-
riage Boom. Louis Askwyth, pro-
mam chairman, will Introduce
Samuel Pascoe, honorary lift' pres-
ident of Miami Beach Lodge, I5*nai
B'rith, who will speak on "The
Soviet Union ami the Middle Fast.'-
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Nazi Experimental Drugs Lowered IQ Of Later Offspring j tk. JM*il
JERUSALEM .,JTA Hor-
mones used by the Nazis in their
experiments to sterilize Jews,
which are now found in one form
i: i strogenic birth control pill,
;. roducrd an unusually low IQ in
the offspring of concentration
camp inmates who were given j
the hormone, an American psy-
chologist has reported here.
Dr. J. Jofen of the City Uni-
versity of New York, told a sec-
tion of the Fifth World Congress
on Jewish Studies dealing with
the Holocaust that in studying
the sterilization experiments
performed by the Nazis on in-
mates of the Auschwitz concen-
tration camp, she had discovered
documents revealing that Nazi
Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler !
had been interested in the devel-
opment of a drug that would
cause sterilization of enemies of
the Reich without their being
aware of it.
The records indicate that in j
c ik set of experiments a hor-
mone synthesized from a plant
aas administered through soup
given to the inmates, men and
women, who temporarily lost
their virility. Dr. Jofen discov-
ered that children subsequently
' : :i to women subjected to I li
(.rug were of lower average in-
t iligence than children of con-
Dr. Aryeh Nesher
Executive Director
Of Education Fund
NEW YORK (JTA) Thi
appointment of Dr. Aryeh Nesh-
BS executive director of the
el Education Fund has tx i n
announced by Charles J R> ns-
pn si nt. The fund is a
: igram of the United Jewish
Appeal stablished in 1964 to
11 acute building, personnel
and equipment shortages in Is-
rael's secondary school system.
j articularly in the development
towns.
An Israeli educator and social
scientist. Dr. Nesher was exceu-
11ve director of Sherut La'am
(Service to the People) which
organized the dispatch of Amer-
ican and Canadian college grad-
uates to Israel for volunteer
Service in the development areas.
Dr. Nesher. a native of Ru-
mania, was active in the anti-
Nazi resistance and in work for
(displaced persons after World
War II. He saw army service
after arriving in Israel in 1948.
and directed the army's program
of absorption of newcomers, and
later joined the Ministry of La-
bor as an economist. He has also
served the Israel government
and the Jewish Agency as a hu-
man relations consultant.
centration camp inmates not
the drug. Dr. Jofen said
she was making a study of this
to ascertain if there could be a
similar effect on children bcrn
to women periodically using the
contraceptive drug.
Speaking in behalf of the vis-
iting scholars. Prof. W. D. Da-
vies of the United States de-
I lored the fact that there was a
gap between Jewish and Gentile
scholars in the field. The Ameri-
can scholar said that this gap
had prevented progress in a wide
area of studies and declared that
' we need each other.''
', i .
Happenings
f '.......r->-ri I'm. !' .: "" i" i......'"
Miami attorney Gerald Sllver-
nian was recently elected chair-
man of the Miami Planning and
Zoning Board, to which he was
appointed three years ago.

Olive Beatrice Sehleioher is a
member of the team handling
the management of America's
spaceport. A secretary at the
National Aeronautics and S] :n <
Administration's Cape Kennedy
Center, Miss Schleicher,
* ived her B.A. ('
Barry College, is the
-t. of Mr. and Mr-. Ed-
ward K. Schleicher of Jackson-
*
Albert Schlff of Palm B) h
has r. Y" looted to the Na-
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Kane, chairman, has announced.
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National Airlines reports an
B'c increase in passengers dur-
ing the month of July over the
ncnth last year. A total of
501,687 passengers compares
with the 1968 figure of 4P2.930.
EDITOR. The Jewish Kloridian:
Mr. Friedman's article. "Israel
Can Cope With the Arabs. But
Can She Cope With Russia'" (The
Jewish FJoiidian. July 25), shows
the polarizing effect that the two
superpowers have on "neutral
countries, and rsrael should surely i
be a neutral country.
It is ironic that Jews here have'
the duty (as some see it) of speak-
ing out against injustice, while in
Israel, whose capital. Jerusalem, is
called "the dwelling place of jus-
tice" (Jeremiah 31:22). political
"realities" force silent agreement
to questioned policies: ironic and
sad. Also sad is the fact that Israel
is traded, so to speak, for Viet
Nam. with phrases such as .
! "care is being taken to avoid a
| role -for Russialike that of the
U.S. Gre-en Berets ." Topsy-
turvy world;
Israel would do well to remem-
ber the admonitions of the proph-
ets to trust in G-d. and not in man.
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vj&nisfi fhridi&r
Page 9-A
Marian skeider
Goodbyes Are So Hard To Say
By MARIAN SNEIDER
"\'ht :i Dtbhif and Andy leave
amp it is aJuays harder for
r io say K&odbye to Andy.
Thirtten-ycar-old Debbie leaves
i- a mist of exuberance, with a
liniittd amount of eye shadow
(it was with great effort I Im-
posed the limits) and a ten of
shirts and shorts which will
Tampa and wherever else her
ramp friends live. Clothes which
J have never seen before will re-
turn with Debbie. Name tapes
a ignored, one of the many
MARIAN
Signs that camp was again a big
social success.
too. excited about his new sheath
knife and camera, the sailing
he'll be doing and the arrows
he'll be shooting. He was just as
happy to leave this year as Deb-
bie was, but it was harder for
me because boys grow up and
sometimes become soldiers.
I was talking to a friend. "You
know." he said, "when Steve
was twelve this war started, and
we wre thankful our buy wasn't
older then."
Steve leaves lor Viet Nam
this month.
Ar^dy leaves with enthusiasm. The goedbyes over. I wait
eagerly for letters from Debbie
and Andy telling me they are
fine and "camp is great. Gotta
go now." The cards and letters
satisfy because I know they are
enjoying themselves. But in tlv
back of my mind a thought
lingers < ight summers from
nw Andv will be IS. Will it be
all right then?
And then the reality of the
moment comforts with another
card from my ten-year-old son,
who cannot even spell one of his
favorite words.
"Dar Mom and Dad,
Today is writing day and I
want to tell you I am fine
and I love camp but I need a
1 pound solomy.
Love.
Andy"
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Friday. August 15. 1369

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
"Yih yeh tov!
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B\ KAltltl LEON KRONISH
The options were clearly set be-
fore us from .1.000 years ago win n
the Divine Voice inspired Moses to
cry out: "Behold l have set b>
you this day the
blessing and the
curse:"
I am dictat-
ing these words
from Jerusalem
as the astro-
nauts who made
history with
their landing on
the moon are
speeding b a c k
to earth to re-
ceive the acclaim
Rabbi Kronish of millions of
human beings on this planet who
are still metaphorically "reaching
for the moon." Most people here
have been very excited about the
adventure of the Apollo 11. They
are even more excited because the
moon landing was made by Amer-
ican astronauts because America
symbolizes a "blessing" for Israel
and humanity while Russia clearly
is a 'curse."
Every day Israelis die in defense
oi Israel's light to live because
the Soviets have armed the Arabs
with the lethal instruments of war
and. more important have en-
couraged the Arabs to kill and. ol
course, i killed: Yet I have seen
in* Arabs in their villages living
peacefully and prosperously along-
side of Israel's moshavim and kib-
butzim sending their children to
school and raising their standards
of living and gradually bringing
their villages forward into the
120th century a> if they were re-
moving the "curse" oi the centu-
ries and basking in the "blessing"
which flows out of Israel's deter-
mination to harness the scientific
. knowledge of our time for the re-
demption of the long neglected
land and a long suffering people.
Despite daily death as the price
.11" life, the options presented by
Mosis a long time ago (just a few
miles from where I dictate these
words) are being exercised with
full vigor and so much hope "Yih
yeh tov:" that is to say, "Don't
worry! Things will work out!"
And America's successful land-
ing on thi' moon the fact that
America "beat the Russians" is a
Hi mendous boost for the morale
ol the Israelis! They are not loo
concerned oxer the fad thai these
vast millions thai have been spent
on the race toward the moon
might have been used for other
purposes here on earth! The Is-
raelis have the feeling that the
n sources are available Ixith for
the scientific miracle of landing
on the moon and for the techno-
logical development that can make
Israel and the Middle East and
this ( ntire planet a blessing for its
inhabitants.
For all its problems (and the
Israelis an- aware ol America's
problems) America Is a progres-
sive force while the Russians are a
destructive symbol yes. and more
than a Symbol! I cause So> i< I
support of the Arabs means daily
death for Israel's citizens.
I am caught up in this mood of
Impe. Perhaps tin' same energies
that were harnessed to achieve
the miracle of the moon landing
can also be harnessed to bring the
blessing of "shalom" to the Near
East and lo the Far East and to
every corner of our planet. It is
we who can exercise Ihe options!
Ii is we who can make Ihe choices
to move in ibis direction if only wj
can really begin to appreciate the
choice that was placed before us
with ihe immortal words of Moses:
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shofetim
A pro| 'n anoints : \,.\ fi m n ng his bn ei
"Thou shall set him kii thee, whi I u Lord thy
God shall choos fro long thj brethren" (D it. 17:15).
SHOFETIM "Jud I It tl ak thi
1 ch the Lord hy G 1 giveth thee, tribe by tribe;
' I ; y si i th >pli with l ighl < >' .
Thou shall net plant \ i .' .,n\ kind : ti i.<
ihe altar of thi Lord thj .. dch thou shall mal '"
- t thou set thee up a pillar, which Ihe Lord thy G hati th" (Deu j I6:l8-22i.
"At the mouth of two wit less -. shall he ihai i* to rl
to death; at the mouth of one witness he shall not i>e put
to di th" (Deuteronomj 17:6i. "If there arise a matter too hard
for thee in judgment thou shall arise, and get thee up unto
the place which the Lord thy God shall choose And thou
shah do according to th< tenor of the sentence, which they shall
declare unto thee from that place which ihe Lord shall choose"
i Deute onomy 17:8-91,
If. like the other nations, the children of Israel in Canaan
should desire a king, "Thou shall in any wise sci him king over
thee, whom the Lord thy God shall choose; one from among thy
brethren Shalt thou set king over Hue; thou mayest not put a
foreigner over thee, who is not thy brother. Only he shall not
multiply horses to himself Neither shall he multiply wives
to himself Neither shall he greatly multiply to himself
silver and gold He shall write a copy of this law in a book,
out of that which la before the priests the Levites. And it shall
be with him and he shall read therein all the days of his life:
that he may learn to fear the Lord his God" i Deuteronomy
17:15-19).
The children of Israel may expect prophets to rise in the
Promised Land, men ol <;<*l like Moses himself. "And it shall
come to pass, thai whosoever will not hearken unto My words
which he shall speak in My name. I will require it of him"
i Deuteronomy 18:191. How may the Israelites distinguish a true
prophet from a false one? "When a prophet s|>eaketh in the
name of the Lord, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, thai
i< tin- thing which the Lord hath not spoken; the prophet hath
spoken it presumptuously, thou shall not be afraid of him"
I Deu teronomy 1H: 22 I.
The portion also treats of the cities of refuge. It cites ihe
speed) that the priest and officers are lo make to troops before
battle, ami states the laws of warfare that apply to any city
not of the seven Canaanite nations. Hie portion ends with the
regulations dealing with the heifer offered as atonement when
a slain person is found in the field and the identity of the mur-
derer is not known.
This recounting of th* Wattcty Portion of the Law is extracted
and basod upon "Tho Graphic History of tho Jewish Heritage,"
oditod by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shongold, and tho
volume is available at 27 William St., Now York 5. N.V. President
of tho society distributing tho volume is Joseph Schlang.
Continued from Page 4-A
Sino-Soviet frontier, larger in
scope than ihe preparations for
the extinction of Czech freedom,
but all similar in pattern, liven
six month! ago, anyone would
have said "Impossible!" lo a sug-
i gistion of a Soviet preventive
attack u|H>n Communist China.
Bu1 one cannot say thai any
longer, even if one cannot quite
believe in it as yet. like this re-
porter.
The Chinese, at any rate, can
1 and do believe in it. Mao Tse-
I tung's government is not mere-
ly warning the Chinese people
that the Soviet attack will conn1
before the end of October. They
i are also taking cosily but prac-
I tical preparatory measures, such
' as transferring factories from
the towns to the countryside.
Whatever happened at Khaba-
rovsk the Soviets announced
the Chinese had broken off the
border talks and then, only a
few hours later, announced that
the Chinese bad returned to the
table it is reasonably obvious
that the Soviets employed the
most brutal kind of threats. In
sum. a genuine shadow of nu-
i leai preventive war. launched
by the Soviets against the Chi-
nese, now hangs over this weary,
tormented world. One can only
praj thai n i- no more than a
shadow.
e to make of
i bright spot in ihe
ky, w hich is Sov i t Eot
Mn,ist. r Andrei Gromyko's pub-
1..- :.-- I to the b 'ginning of
i arms limitations talks
SALT) with id' Uniti d sta'es
i ii mth? Quite pi ubably, the
ai SW i r is I hai one should 1'" ik
to see whether the bright
spot is not a mere distra< I
irk.
To begin with (although al-
most no one at home seems lo
i have noticed this), tin- Soviets
i kept stalling over salt until
I they had attained approximate
*H*VAT SHALOM CONGREGA. .
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1 j
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ANSHE EMES. 2S.S3 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx. 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
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BETH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipion. 4
i'ii.i.i> n tn Saturday : a m i
Tornh l.< HHon,
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dlckaon. 6
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE 1023
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Con-
servative Rabbi Milton ScK -iky.
Cantor Tibor Mo.es. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mu Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renxer 34
t'riilio 1. mi 11 111 Saturday B a.m.
Itar Mllivah (far) s:. w. r. 1 ,,r
Mr. mid Mrs. I. 11 Loprlnci
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
o
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
BETH M 0 S H E CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenba*--i. 35
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 18?rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 30
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SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH "AOE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 2C-3 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley 37
Krldny K:IS p 111 St\ ,-s ,j,i. 1
i.y Mr Harold Shoi n I Mi,
Ronald Rloom Topic I'll. 1T11-
1 i"ii Qap What Kim 1- \. '
Suturda; i" .> .. m
'^^'W^W^W-
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
t'i-i'i.i> v p m Baturdaj S SO a m
H*
CANDlEilGHflNG TIME
1 ELUL-7:35
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOb. (TEMPLE). 951
E 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
MIAMI BEACH
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE IV NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
CapUn. 38
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. O-fodox.
Rabbi Naftall Porush. 39
CORAL GABLES
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JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 C-i-idn
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morr.s Kip-
per. 40
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamo-s Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi MnxweH 2?rger.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
---------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
---------
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rahhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
FT. LAUDERDALE
41
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 47 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi S"ldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice N'u
42
Friday si" p.m. Sermon: \ K01 in
T" Prt'iwrs Suturda] 9 a Si 1 -
mnn: "And M.-s.-v Ponilnui Kn|
t"u. .1 l,\ .1 Kldduah,
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levtton.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 44
j BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant R.ibbi Jerrold
HALLANDALE
.
Levy. Cantor David Conviser.
21
strategic parity with the United
si iti s. That is understandable,
ol course, bo! it is not all that
encouraging.
Then, too. there ari' those
marshals who are undoubtedly
aiming for something better
than parity, as their published
doctrine requires. There is also
the specter of Sino-Soviet con-
flict, which would surely kill
SALT deader than a dodo.
There is even a distinct |>ossil)ili-
ty that Gromyko's intention was
simply to pull a hit more wool
Over the e\cs of the false-hopers
: at home.
At worst, in sum. SALT will
li ad to nothing, or may cause
I some trouble. Ai lust, an agree*
; nun! will bo leached for the
hardest kind of "reasons of
slate" and such agreements
are never permanently dspend-
1 able although this one would be
better than nothing.
But these are dark reflections.
Perhaps it would be wiser lo go
lor a walk in the cool depths of
tin- Black Forest.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. 22
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j CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
mgton Ave. Conservative. Rabin
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
1. in Sa lurdai fl 11
Thi U 1 v PorUon "i Ihe I hli
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
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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
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MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 N.E. First Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
a
BETH EL (TEMPLEV S. 14*11 Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaff*. 48
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE T72S
Monroe St. Conservatlvt. Rabhl
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irviao
Gold. 40
1' 1 s :" i" in. ,s. 1 \ 1. v
"\ 1 '1 Hid ;.an.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David s-ipirc.
Cantor Yehudah Heiibraun. 47
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) f.920 6.W 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi E1 Jt J.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham K.)ster.
48
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE Ittn Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
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Auk. 17Ch. 10. :30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
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Friday, August 15, 1969
. lewlsti fkric/iaun
Page 11-A

Israeli Jets Damage
Jordan Canal In Raids
Oholei Torah Gets Praise Of Rabbi* Of Latin America
(CuUtlVi from I'ajte l-A)
flictcd in attacks on the Yar-
ricna settlement in the Beisan
\ii y and on an Israeli patrol
in ar Hebron. Israeli military
sources ridiculed the Kl Fatah
casualty claims. According to Is-
raeli intelligence rei>orts, Iraqi
forces in Jordan have formed a
guerrilla unit identified as the
421st "Kadassiya" regiment.
It was learned that Iraqi ar-
tillery, along with Jordanian
provided covering fire for
.i group of ten marauders who
crossed the Jordan Kiver in an
atti Jiipt to penetrate Yardena.
A k.bbutz ."."> miles northeast of
Ti Aviv, Yardena was attacked
with mortar and bazooka fire
Friday night. A 65-year-old
u an resident was injured and
some damage was reported to
houses and telephone and elec-
tricity facllltes. The settlement
C i under mortar attack again
Saturday night, injuring three
persons.
I> fense Minister Moshe Dayan
made a surprise api>carance at
Yardena about midnight, in-
s:h ting the damage and visiting
tin injured. He promised that
th> D' fense Ministry would do
i ything possiMe to strength-
.....settlement's defenses and
said the courage of the settlers
"scjt an example for the whole
country." After visiting the
home of one of the victims, 40-
year-old Shalom Pinhas, father
of Ight children, Gen. Dayan
proposed that an outside worker
be brought in at the expense of
the Defense Ministry to take
over Mr. Pinhas' chores while he
was recovering.
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age regulations for blood donors.
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; of their 61st. as in the past, pro-
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; day of donation.
Because of Miami Beach's high
ratio of senior citizens who like to
Contribute, the change is expected
to greatly affect the supplies of
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. Mrs. Ann Hausman. manager of
Mount Sinai Hospital's blood bank.
' said. Mount Sinai operates the
largest hospital blood bank in
, South Florida and sponsors the
only Bloodmobilc in the Miami
[area the unit was dispatched for
.blood drives sponsored by some
1100 different groups in 1968.
The new age regulation was an-
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the American National lied Cross.
By extending the age limit for
blood donors, the organizations
I r< cognized both the increasing
' need for blood and the better gen-
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I nation's elderly imputation.
Rabbinical leaders throughout
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Jewish youth to the Oholei Torah
Day School of Greater Miami un-
der an exchange program aimed at
providing quality religious eduea- '
tion to the youth of South Ameri-
can Jewish communities lacking
facilities.
"Oholei Torah Day School, in
the three years since it was first
established in Miami B< ach, has
developed high caliber Hebrew and
general studies programs which
should be made available to young- ,
Biers in Latin American Jewish
communities offering little opi>or-
tunity for intensive Jewish educa-
tion," said Rabbi Abraham Hersh-
berg, spiritual leader of Mexico
City's Beth Isaac Congregation
and president of the Association of
Latin American Rabbis.
While his own community in
Mexico City has provided ample
I Jewish educational facilities for its
youngsters, Rabbi Hershberg said,
"there are many families in other
Latin American communities who
have no alternative but to send
their youngsters to the United
States for their education.
Stressing the need for "spiritual
ai.d religious aid" in Latin Ameri-
can lands. Rabbi Hershberg said
that institutions such as the Oho-
li i Torah Day School were in a tensive H lu ..tion not only
position to extend the scope of offered the "most effective safe-
their programs beyond the borders gi ard against assimilation but. in
ol the United States, and lauded the years to come would provide
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Friday, August 15. 1969
Non-Jewish Athletes In Maccabiah; Their Teams Disqualified
TEL AVIV The ,
treasurer of Israel's "Olympics,"
the Maccabiah games, has re-
signed in protest against what
he called the "unnecessary and
shameful" events that led to the
disqualification of teams during
the recent eighth Maccabiah
competition because they in-
cluded non-Jews among their
athletes. Shimon Kashi accused '
the chairman of the Maccabiah
organizing committee, Pierre
Gildesgame, of deciding on his
own authority to disqualify the
the teams. He said that action
damaged the images both of Is-
rael and the Maccabiah.
The Uruguayan basketball
team was disqualified on the
eve of its semi-final game with
the Israeli team after opposing '
teams complained that it had |
two non-Jewish players. Two
Belgian brothers whose mother
is not Jewish, were forced out of
the wateTTwlo competition on a
complaint by the Canadian team
which the Belgians had just de-
feated. As a result, the entire
Belgian team withdrew from the
games. Maccabiah rules limit
competition to Jews. The Israeli
rabbinate insists that only the
offspring of Jewish mothers are
Jewish and that criteria was ap-
parently used by the Maccabiah
organizing committee. The affair
drew angry protests from many
segments of the public and more
resignations by Maccabiah offi-
, cials are expected.
Athletic events ended last
week. But the eighth Maccabiah
was brought to a formal close
| over the weekend with a cele-
bration at the Ramat Gan sta-"
dium attended by the visiting
. athletes and some 40.000 spec-
tators. Speakers, including Pre-
mier Go Ida Meir, urged the
| youngsters to settle in Israel
now or return later for settle-
! ment. According to Mr. Gildes-
' game, at least 65 of the 1500
participants in the 1969 Macca-
biah plan to settle here.
Israel Accused Of Torture, Murder
New Attractions At
Wometco Theatres
'"Daddy's Gone A-Hunting" a !
suspense-filled thriller about a '
British girl working in San Fran-
cisco who is terrorized by a former
boyfriend, stars Carol White and
Paul Burke, and will open Friday
t the Miami. Miracle. 163rd St.. |
Carlyle. 27th Ave. Drive-In. Plaza-
Hollywood and Boca Raton The-
ten.
"True Grit." with John Wavne I
and Glenn Campbell, and "My Side
of the Mountain" with Theodore I
Bikel opened Wednesday at the i
Boulevard and North Andrews
Drive-Ins. Ft. Lauderdale. and be-
gins Friday at the North Dade
Drive-in.
"If." a controversial fantasy i
about life in an Knglish school for j
boys, opened Wednesday at the j
Sunset Theater. Being held over
are "A Session With the Commit-
\> now at the Mayfair. "The
Lcngest Day." at the Surf, and
"Funny Girl." "Oliver." and "Lion ,
in Winter."
LONDON (JTAi A United
Nations human rights commit-
tee in Beirut heard witnesses ac-
cuse Israel of torture, atrocities
and mass murder in the occu-
pied Arab territories. Dr. George
Dib. a professor of international
law at Lebanon University and a
research worker of the Pales-
tine Research Council, testified
before the UN. body headed by
Ibrahim Boye. Senegal's perma-
nent representative to the U.N.
The human rights committee
was established under a resolu-
tion of the U.N. Human Rights
Commission to investigate the
treatment of Arabs in territories
occupied by Israel in the June,
1967 war. Israel has refused to
coo[>erate with the committee
unless a simultaneous investiga-
tion is undertaken of the treat-
ment of Jews in the Arab coun-
tries, and the committee will not
visit the occupied areas.
Dr. Dib alleged that 17 meth-
ods of torture, including electric
shock applied to the genitals and
rectum, were used by Israelis on
Arab prisoners. He also alleged
that 23 Arab men were shot at
Rafah. in the Sinai, three weeks
after the war and were buried
in a mass grave.
"Willful killing has been fre-
quent throughout the occupa-
tion." Dr. Dib alleged. Of 200
individual cases brought to his
j attention, he said. IX were re-
jected because of insufficient ev-
idence.
American witnesses, it was re-
! ported, are prepared to give evi-
dence against Israel. The com-
1 mittee will not enter Israel. Mr.
t Boye said, because of Israel's re-
fusal to cooperate with it.
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Hyman Bookbinder, its Wash-
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EarlW. a* Wader of CtJrfStfva-
tive Judaism had accused Chan-
cellor Kiesinger of attempting to
"whitewash" the National Dem-
ocratic Party in order to curry
favor with its followers and win
right-wing votes in West Ger-
many's national elections next
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Henry R. Rapaport. president
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America, made his charges in
connection with Chancellor Kis-
singer's visit to Washington. He
' took issue with Chancel'or Kis-
singer's statement that the NPD
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that statement "will to a con-
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] revival of Nazism in West G i -
many and eventually a -derate
I the rapid decline of Chancellor
Kiesinger's own party."
Realtors Honor Fraternity
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Recognition of realtor Donald
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Mr. Boerema. who is president
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Governing Council of the Institute
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t'Jewist fkr/rdtiartf
Pcae 13-A
Hebrew Academy Adds New Courses
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i i- <-i < studits program
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I enta j igurati I I
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|<: ; lltufii n, has
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Friday, August 15 1369
BOOK RIVIiW By Seymour B. Licbman
I Vorspan 's Book
tAflTH some tightening, Albert -
V irspan's >l> ItaMw Deeaarl
Make Hulls.- Call- I > u[ : .i.iy &
Co.. $3,951 would have made a
good magazine feature. The sllim
volume's greatest humor is in the
which ha- nothing to do with
;-' the une\ enly writ-
1 n bo k. In fact, its 150 pages
could have been ; without loss, by omission
of such chanters as "How To Give to N.Y.C." and
"How To Translate Jewish Public Relations."
Mr. Vorspan, the director of U.A.H.r.s Social
Act "ii Committee, has usi I his experience with
Jewish organizations in urban areas as the .-ourco
for his per (albeit sometimes forcedl
hum po is For those activi '.; ii volved
in organi :atioi the book holds many chuckles
i :' m of the various activities and charac-
ters depicted.
It is doubtful whether those not so engaged
would appreciate the portrayals. One wonders
whi thi r, after \ .owing the wedding sonos in Good-
(" lumbus," pa ents contemplating wedding
p] ins for a daughter would be influenced to change
any of tiie arrangements. So also, it would be bi-
te 1 sting i irn if readers of the hook would be
inspired to change organizational policies, methods
of procedure, meetings, etc., as a result of seeing
themselves as reflect* d by the author.
Among the cliches which abound throughout the
book arc such bits of humor as: The Hebrew U.
lining a tribute to ;< "great American writer" be-
sked what he wrote and replying "A check."
And. i: there were no Israel. Jewish fund-raisers
WOUli l I Another sample is "Jews
nt; then it la< .- I
i nly on 'thing In juxl p sit. n to
WASP poses WASH Whiti Anglo-
Saxon H I nor copy-
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rhout -. the comn s
I'sJ : r.:"
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
No Prejudice On Moon
W
IK WERE A little taken .
find that the astronauts had only
brought back two satchels filled with
rocks from the moon. It seemed to us
that after such a voyage, they should
have brought hack, like Christopher Co-
[lumbus, gold from the Indies," or at
lleasl some nice dresses for their wives
ii th' ir children. But un-
doubtedly much valuable Information will be gathered by
the scientists from the rocks.
We ilready know one thing then is no prejudice
or. the moon. We learned that from an article in the
London Jewish Chronicle, mitten by William Scheibel,
i auts. A r;l:r.g tj the ..rticle, there
thai sen places on t bearing
the nai 1 names had
: v.- befon the U S astro-
naut* Schei us a map
nts of tl h ch th '
Darned areas a
c;.....ter of th<
One ol th is i '
i his d '
ed plain is i-Jewis
philosopher, mat iwn in th
7. i-ut vt is nai ... whi se as1 n
wo G rman-
: s, Kui Jacobi an I W I
areas named aftei tl id in Irreg Jar-shaped
in the Fourth Qu.idiant bears the name of All>ert
Einstein who. as we know, i< siMe for much of
(iic prosenl thinking .bout the si irs. Three members >l
the famous Herschl astronomical farail) are
v. itti areas of the m ned ifter them.
'AM over the w irld, hundreds i milll ins of people of
all i n eda and races for the I
the sa ; thing at the same time I v n th< [si
forgot 'he war with the A sd on the
Apollo's trip to the m
anything else, that i fea
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Nasser No Wiser Than 17 Years Ago
AX THE ITth anniversary of the
^^tho revolution which overthrew
King Farouk's regime and made
him the boss of Egypt, first behind
the figurehead of Gen. Xaguib. and
later in his own name, President
Gamal Abdel Nasser, who was then
a young Army colonel, seemed a
lonlier and sadder but not neces-
sarily wiser man. The fact that a large percentage
if the Egyptian masses still unquestioningly accepts
leadership tends to obscure the fact that he is a
dictator who has personally proved no less ruthless
than many of his ill-famed colleagues.
Few dictators still ali\e have so completely
Inated those who helped thtm to power, and
others have the dubious distinction of having
I their closest friend murdered, as Nasser did. in
his effort to shift the blame for his 1967 defeat
onto Field Marshal Abdel Hakim Amer.
All potential or feared potential-rivals have
; of power, Those who surround him
are as far as anyone can judge- more or less effi-
;t nonentities. Being alone on the lop of the
pyramid is both the strength and the weakness of
Nasser. Those elements who would perhaps like to
get rid of him cannot see anybody who could take
over. Indeed, one can imagine that even if there
w> re hidden aspiring young would-be dictators, the
wiser among them arc in no rush to take over and
launch their career with the alternative of making
peace; with Israel or losing another war for Egypt.
Thus, Nasser can feel relatively sale in I is Presi-
dential seat for the moment.
On the other hand, being the sole man on t
top means that the list of those who ai. tX Warn- 1
for his mistakes is very .-hurt. His purges h
eliminated the corrupt generals" who railed in
1967. He personally reorganized the ai ed for -
to put an end to false reporting, ineffic l training
methods and leaky chains of command. N w it is
Nasser who must be called to account.
This makes a seemingly slight I tall that
i rged in his anniversary speech mon significant:
While in the p..st. Nasser was careful I ttril
reports of lallegedl Egyptian victorii s to his gen-
v.!-. this time he has put his persoi i restige
tlj n the line, categoi Ically d< n; n his
.mi -v. official Israeli reports num-
of ] shot d v n. Egyptian i can-
oi so gi sly false as to keep the f six,
seven, or nine airplanes In one day a se t from
The Boss." It seems, therefore, that N sser felt
compelled to resort to his one tested wap n: his
masterful oratory, which has succeed" passing
off defeats as victories in th< past.
In thl 18th year after the tevolut Nasser
will probably fund th going harder th i ever be-
fore. His officers want to "recover the honor of the
Egyptian Army." but he must know the :hances for
BUCCi -.- : slight, indeed.
Our Film Folk:
by HERBERT G. LUFT
First French-Language Film Shot In U.S.
: Los
JHK RUSSIAN-BORN French motion
picture product r Alexandre Mnouch-
kin has ci >mpleti I A tin, A L >ve
St< .. th< fii -i Fn n rh-lanj I
'nited Artists in America. The
ire, wl in-Paul B
ii I Am Gil vas !ir< ted by 31-
old C iu Ii I.' uche and ent I -
',7 i.ii i :
ies to San 1 I whi
vith bega
the 1 low. His < ontinued to opei
.1 the San Frai i lirport, the
"" and into thi of the Fairmont
i company spi nl two weeks filming in
thi geles, at the Universal Sheraton Hotel.
famed Daisy Club in Beverly Hills, a mansion on
ollywood's Sunset Boulevard, a yacht in Newport Har-
m i moved on to Las Vegas, where Lclcuche turned
s stars loos in the city, while he picked up background
!: re going on to Utah, Arizona, the heart of Navajo
country and New Orleans, where filming took place at
Al Hirt's club on Bourbon Street, and the cameras were
focused on !'-. Frei ch Qu rti r is rll i Kteriors i I
Hoi npany was quart -
Bas story, | ion I ure will gh
i se- ip of Amcri t explain-
ing th to 1 '.'. .11 see the
I Si j f Be nd Girardot
:.... ys,
The II of | ndid co-
rew and unioi h he
t at rtsmai f !11 ;
\ brought in
. the
; act w ith thi | rtkwi re .
and star: irned to resped ind love i
me.
In his >ffice al the S nuel Gokhvyn
ikine told :': JTA In an exclu-
sivi n1 that i thi ntryside and
- the Ui iti St. ti s ti: ii :" t!ie motion
picture earners as Miss Girardot, porl i F
actress ess lyii .: ).' .. ivoo I fil n ro B< Imondo, as
a Parisian con^oser hi re to have a
romantic idyll whi the 1 ted States, proved to
be an exciting venture.
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Is Israel In Danger Of Stagnating?
f**W^B is THERE A real
^ Israel may slid, into Levan-
mL inism? For all its \ tunte i mili-
ary prowess, cultui i evel and
icademic achievements, is [srael
iriftine toward stagi in) provin-
cialism? These and other questions
eall with in an inten
with thi distinguished Israel soci-
olo I Prol Samuel N. Eisenstadt bj the daily
r, "Davar."
[uestl 'i;- such
ski d and discussed Is reassui Pi !'. .-
: : tUCl
to t Icism, lack ol inten si in ii tern i-
lot ting Israi
l i -'-!i-salislied u;',\- .., |hat l-
has the acme ol wis I everytl
t tei i na Is
I a I. ifl int i ii sm.
The .!( wish si tte beg in origii >
t 'nl intent not jr;'y o blishing .1
. Jews b a o i
aocia u I 'iio.
wish people, ideaLs xpi
.....I -ocidism. dignity of labor ind
lesert. These terms no longer !i ive
ai Lngs, however. Israel has be
[t must seek creative, variegated n
Its social ideals.
Paroi ., the long-continued dominance of
the labci parties Israel have been responsible for
a growing :oa .. gm. Israel is being plagued by
strikesai Hal ems because iti or policies
wi re deti n ned by the standard- era,
and workmen an tied to theii jobs mclad
rights wi. i ior mol -bio atid
freeze chances of i conomic devel ; i.
P Eisl nst ".i n gri ts th< I >{ -iron-,
' : "" is "' I '" il tlon to the lab lish-
nge ; in
*' Jociel ... cr ,Cy : ,.i
Israel has s epei pers and
I
'lately weal lemiine na-
i y.
Th 'Hebrew .
inges th
' :' i onl time
ur Arab i
" Pr '' ial cultural and po Iti i
' x. s ol the tccupi I
re. he says, this may lead
Urael, b
"''''''' i Ion th long-
f.-ei. ... [srnol'g existenee and the role i> can play
I Hei
'-' "' lJ : to be a
' '" ither i
' ,,i",'", I N M 'I .'!. I |HIJj .,1; .
tmtmm \


August 15, 1969
*Jew/sti meridian
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
-E COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 69-12000
SUTT FOR DIVORCE
\ V BlTtGOS,
tiff.
|AliURG0G.
.'.mi.
, i:\IA Itl'RC.OS
, Kldence Unknown
NORMA Bl'ROOS, nre hero-
d thai Bill of > iomplaliit
ivorce has bwn fii.-d against
.(1 you arc required t mi ire
i your Answer or Pleading lo
of Complalnl on the Plaintiff's
ry, LAW OFFICES OF .MAX
OBI* Suit.- 17-:. m' N.W.
I venue, Miami, Florida, :;T! -::si i
;. Mi.* orliclnal Answer or Piead-
the office of Hi-- Clerk "i the
i "nun on Vuguat, l!";:'. if you tall to do
. im-iit by default "ill be taken
you for i In- relief demanded
Hill of Complaint.
ntlce Khali i' published once
ek for four consecutive weeks
: JEWISH FM'RIDIAN.
K AM' ORDERE1' .-" Miami,
this 18th day of July a.i>.
|i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
in i I'l'uct. Dade County, Florida
l.v: MAROVER1TE KENT
Deputy clerk
u Court Seal!
:in'!-:s OF
I' enoel
;.fl i".-iiii-- House
l.v \v. i"th Avenue
Florida
T _.-. I I-8-IB
[NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Js THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
|T-E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
^ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
No 69-1317-J
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i: HARTW1CK,
ff,
HARTWIt K,
i hint.
.KROY m UiTW ICK
. Chun h I tad
I ,,ui-. Mo I Hi
i EROY ii VKTVt ICK an here-
fled thai n Bill ( Complaint
. ha i.- filed against j iu,
a ..re requiri d to serve ;i ...;..
ui Answer or Pleading to the
ttomnlaiiil on the Plaintiffs
MORTI MEH s i' >HEN, ""
ItulldlnK, Miami, Florldn i .:
i In- ..ri ii :il Answer or Plead -
he office of Hi.- Clerk of Ihi
u Court nil nr before the 12 da}
- pi mber, I'i69 If \"ii fail t. do
iu< -in.-lit bj tl. fnuli ill i" tak< ii
you for the relli 1 demanded
lh' Bill of Complaint.
"ii.-.' shall be published once
i u for four consecutive weeks
rilK JEWISH Fl DRIDIAN
>NE AND ORDEREP- ill Miami,
this mm day of August, A l>
li
R B LP.ATHERMAN, Clerk,
f I !ourt, I tilde i -ii11i I'I.m ida
By: V. A HEW ETT
Deputy Clerk
^reuit Court Real)
II'.TIMEK S COHEN
|oi y f..r Plaintiff
v .-l.v RulldlllC
in: Florida 33132
8
DAY6HU
BY HENRY LEONARD
'We've imported them from America, as
part of our new peace offensive."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78532-B
IN RE Bstati of
MARY HA Vli
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE hereto given thut I have
filed my I i inl Itepori and Petition
for Distribution and V.....I Discharge
Exet-utoi of tl.....late of MARY
IIA AC. and thai on the I.1th day of
Si pleinber, 1969. w ill uppl] i" the
II.......-able Count} Judges --1 Dade
County, Florida, tor approval ol Raid
Final Report and for distribution and
in...I .Ii charge :.- Ext cutnr nf the
, mate .-i Hi.- ubot ttami 1 di dent
Thi the 31st day ol Jul} IPC'.i
K.MKK1 .1 l'"i CS5BR
MAI COLM M FRIEDMAN
X -1 -. i -1. y
223 Si: First Street
Miami, Floi Ida
k R IS ... 21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12810
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN BYM,
Plaintiff,
.- VS.
.in.Y sv.\i
To: W{S Jl'DY SYM
ii *7 Catoliiia Avenue
uunter, Soutb Carolina
You. .iri'Y sym. are hereby notifi-
ed that a BIO "f Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve ;t copy of
y.-ttr Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, MAX p. ENOEL, suii.- i?-<:.
it"" N.\v. i"iii Avenue, Miami, Flo-
rida. Telephone: ::T:-nv11 nnd file the
irlglnal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of tin- Circuit
i'.-in i on or before the 1Mb day of
September. Ijiti'i. If you fail t.. do so.
Judgmt hi by default will h.- token
against you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall h<- published
ea.h week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FliORtDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of August All
I'..;-.
K. It I.EATHBRMAK. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
1'.;. : C. I.. ALEXANDER
Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LAW OFFICES OF
MAX P. ENOEI.
140(1 N.W loth Avenue, Suite 17-Q
Miami. Florlds
Attorney for Plaintiff
R S-IT.-22-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83153
in RE: Estate "t
RHODA B. LEl'CHTAO
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: a
To A I.I. PERSON'S INTERESTED*
l.V THE ESTATE "F SAID
DECEDENT. ,
You are hereby riol*l<-il i]m- a writ-
ten instrument purisirtiiiK to be the
last will and l.-stament of said de-
cedent has been admitted to probate
in said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of tiii- notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you can, why
tin- action of said Court in admitting
s:iiii win to probate should nol stand
unrevoki '1
JOHN K. IM.A.VTMN
County Judgi
Ry: MKI.i:.\ C. DICK, Clerk
MYERS, KAI'I.AX. PORTER,
I.EVINSON & KEN IN '.
Ry BDWIN M. GINSBCRG
''"e j Attorney
ll.m b.W First Btreel
Miami, l-'lc.riit 3S130
::7i-:i4i
First publication of this m
the day of august, IMS.
C. r. SKAI.
x s-i".--j:-L'f
on
Rt 'SEN.
eetl filed

ami
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IS AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84553
Til-.: Estate of
L\N WEINBERO
eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
'lalms or Deuutnds Against Said
|aie:
iu are hereby notified and requlr-
'-Hi an} claims and demaidi
cii you max* have njgtlnat the
li. of JEAN WEINBERO !......as.-.l
Dade County, Florida, lo the
(nty Judges of Dude County, and
same in duplicate and as pro-
si in Section "33.16, Florida Statu-
in their offices in the County
(house In Dude County, Florida,
m six calendar months from the
of the first publication hereof.
\\ -.inn- \ ill I... barred
d at Miami. Florida, this 5th
August. \ l>. 19(18.
MAIIX FARER
1ft 12 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
As Executor
publication <-( this notice on
I day oi AuKUst, 1969.
(', m FARER
imley Bidg.
Florida
S R-l.1-22-29
ME CIRCUIT Cu-jRT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
3 DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 69-12533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
II i:s A PATBl'RU.
tiff.
MTMPKIN PATBl'RO,
dant.
>i'. JEAN DCMPK1N PATBI'RG,
ce addreMn: Route :t. Ounters-
Alabamn, are required to file
nswer to the complaint for di-
wlth the el.-i'k of the above
..'hI serve a copy thereof upon
a fohen. Esq., 1310-11 Congress
Miami, Florida, on or before
mher 8, 1969 or els.- complaint
taken as confessed.
BD: July 29, 1969,
K. It. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: MARiifERITE KENT
8/l-S-l.'.-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81490-B
in RE: Estate of
I'.VVH' REID MIDDLETON
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that 1
have filed Final Reis.rt and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
;.s Administratrix ei the estate ol
DAVID REID MIDDU3TON, deceas-
ed; and that on the 13th day of Aug-
ust, 1969, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
discharge as Administratrix of the
i .-tiit. of Ho- above-named decedent
This 1Mb day of July. 1"- '
DIANE SIXdMR PIASBOKI
DAVID THEODORE BERG, ESQ.
Attorney
snl -.". Da.le Federal Hide.
Miami. Florida, 33131
PR 9-1414
7 .T. l-S-13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THL CIRCUIT COURT Or THL
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-13075
SUIT FOR CHANGE OF NAME
i\' the Mutter of:
'hauglitfc nil in. of
l:i: \l>l.i:\ ROSEN
III
BRADLEY I.AIKK
I' >: 1 Mi 11-AS M. 1.' 'SEX
2632 V\ 2nd Strei i
llrookl} n. \. u Vi.rh
You, hoioi.as m
hen by notified III
i 'ha-'-' "I Name has I
you in. required In serve cop} of
your nnswer or pl.-iolint: to the Peti-
tion ."i the I "I.. Inl nl tonn >
IIERNSTEIN A Mil.I Ell, 19 W.
Flugli r Street, Miami. Florida and
(He -1 .: ivel- ol' pi- adlllK
n the office of the clerk of the cir-
cuit court .-u "i I-- foi tin i-'ili n
..f September, !:":' Ii ^'ii 'ail t do
-.- jutbtmenl by default will he taken j
against v-u r.>r the relief demanded
in the Petition for Change .-i Name
I'lii- imtlee shall i"- puhlisht .1
each week for four .....secutivi
in ih. JEWISH F1.0RID1AN.
Dated August 6, l!'6!<
10 II I.EATHER.MAX, Clerk
Circuit tin. Dade County, Floriili
By: MARCICERITE KENT
s S-15-22 2!
;.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I NAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83930
i-i RE: Estate of
SAMIKl. M. SITOMER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'ii All Creditors and All Persons lliv-
Iiib ('lalms or Demands Against s-iid
Estn te:
Vou ..... hereby notified nnd requir-
ed presenl unv claims and demands
h h y.ni mnj have ngnlnst the -
late of SAM1 El, M. SITOMER tie.
d li...... Diiih County, Florida,
i., tin i '..iini- .In.In. of 11 ule ii l.v,
iiiul fib the ime in duplicnti and n
in.., i.l.il in Si lion 73.1 Ifi Fit I Id
Statutes, In their office! In 'he fount}'
t'ourthouse In Datle County, Florida,
thin sis c.-ileiidar months from the
time of n in I publii at ion hereof,
or ili.- came ...11 be barred.
Dated :.i Miami, Florida, Ihls 1.1
day of July. A.D. I9G9
s DORtlTHY SITl 'MER
As K\, u
Fh -i nnl.li. :in......t Ihl nol on
the 3.1th dny of July 1969
Al'.l'.i 'TT AND FRI'MKES
An..i ii. \ foi !: ii hi ii s
420 I.in. -.In Road
Miami Reach, Florida
7 25 8 l-S "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84312
in RE: Estate ..f f
.!< ISEPH OCRF1NKEL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and nnuir-
eil io present any clalmH and demands
which you may hnv.. against the es-
late uf JOSEPH (iCRFIXKEl. deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges nf Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and aa
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
tin- same will be barred,
Dated iii Miami, Florida, thi- 23 day
of Jul) A.D r
ROSE (it'RFIXKEti
As Ailmii i-.iiri^
Flrsi pui r tl not Ice on
tin 2.11h da} of Jul}. 1969.
Rlt'HARD .\- (iROSS
Attori ey foi vdmii istratrlx
I'.. :, Lincoln Road
,; It. 1
7 85 S -R-1B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Pica 18 HEREBY OIVKX that
uderslgned, desiritiK to angage in
ss under the fictitious names of
FIX anil RAI1KN P.A IVOR
M.D.: MII.TMN RABEN. M.D.
I"" Alton Road. Miami Heaeb.
133140 inteinls lo reKlster said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dude County, Florida.
drs. Fix and RAMON
|< 'IKSSli ,\.\i. ASSOCIATION
J HER and ROSKIN P.A.
ejra for Applicniil
scayne Blvd.
li, Florida Ult]
8/8-15-IS-I9
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 FOR DIVORCE
VEROII. RODOER TlliXKl;.
Plaintiff,
MABEL. TURNER,
1 lefemlant.
To: MAIIEI. TCRXKR. a U ii
MABEL I.KATH
9D Day Sii. el
Durlingtou, North Carolina
You MABEL TlKNKK. a K a >IA-
BEL. LEATH are hereb} notified that
it Mill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to si rve n copy of your An-" -
.,- or Pleading lo the BUI of Com-
plalnl on the plaintiffs Attorney.
RAT \ Mt'NSON. S00 Ingraham Miami. Florhia MJJ
BuiWIng. Miami, Florida and file jh.Ation.-j for Plalntlfl
original Answer or Pleading in tin i
off........ the Clerk of the Circuit I_______________________
Curt on or before the Mh day of
September, 1969 If you mil '...... ""
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall i"- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FM1R1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tbis ;-lsi day of July A.D.
" E H IJBATHBRMAN. Clerk
rculi Court, Dad.- County. Florida
By: X. A. HEWETT
I '.-put v Clerk
(Circuit Court S. ill) g/g.is.jj.JJ
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12216
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANA l.olKDIOS VEHA,
Plaintiff,
SERCHO ERNEST VERA,
Defendant.
TO: 8EROIO ERNEST VERA
c o Mrs. Anna Reyi s
1170 NoMrand Avenue
Brooklyn, New 1'ork
Vou, BEROIO ERNEST VEHA, are
hereb) notified that it Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required i"
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. LESTER ROfl-
BRS, ESQ., 999 N.W. 14th Str.-.-t,
Miami. Florida 131.11 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court on or before ih.- '.'sth day of
AUKuat, 1969. If you tall to do so,
juduiiii-iii by default will l- taken
aicaitist you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUUIIDIAN.
I" i.v 1: AND ORDERED n< Miami,
Florida, this 2Jrd '.ay of July A.D.
1 ::'.
r. 1: LEATHERM \N. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: X A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Si-nil
LESTER Rt K1ERS, ESQ.
!'9ll N \\ I lili Street
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OD'BN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
M Ml'RILVY SCHECHTER. M.D. at
40 Coral Way. Miami, Florida ::::i(-.
intends lo register said name with
tin- Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court nf Dade
I'.iii-iiv. Florida.
M. MURRAY SCHECHTER, M D.
F A. c P..
PR( 'FBSSIOXAL ASSOCIATION'
SPARRER AND ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
100 I'.i-. i.yii.- I'.Kil
Miami, Floridn 33133
^ K-1.1-22-29
.'.-. S 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* IN DOBATE
No. 84593
In RE: Estnte of
.FBIEI l.\ RICIITM AN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1T0 All Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
itng Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate .! FRIEDA RICHTMAN to the
'County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file Ihe sum.- in duplicate and as
provided in Section 788.16, Florida
{Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade fount}. Florida.
[within -ix calendar m.....hs from the
'tim, of the first publication hereof, or
the same "ill be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 5th
daj of VUIUSt, A.D. IS69,
SH1R1 EY Rt'Till BIN
MORTON RICH MAN
As Executors
I'ir.-i publication of this notice on
ih.- Mh dny of August, H>6.
SPARRER nnd ROSKIN P.A.
Vttnrne} foi Bxi cutors
inn North Bison} m Blvd.
Miami, Florida 83182
% 8-1.1-2 29
Cir
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage hi
business under the fictitious name of
CONTINENTAL BARBER SHOP at
r.sOK Sunset Drive. S. Miami. Florida
Intends to register ssid namn with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JBSl'S QARCIA
ARNt'IJ) R. tiEl.l.MAN
Attorney for Applicant
704 Alnsley Building (;, n ..;,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81217
in RE: Estate ..f
DINA SHAliOFF
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby glveu that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executor or the estate of DINA 8HAR-
oi-'l-'. deceased; and that on the 4th
ilnv of September, I96>, will apply
to" the Honorable County Judges of
Doi.- cunty. Florida, for approval
of siii.l Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge Rs K\...ul.ir
t.f (he NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ili.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE WILLIAM MARCUS AGENCY
:ii 6820 8.W. 130 Terrace, Miami.
Florida iui.mis to register siii.i name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dot.- County, Florida.
WILLIAM H MARCUS
MORTIMER PRIED
Attorne} for _
Tin: WH.I.IAM MARCUS AGENCY
7 85 S 1-8-13
21
on
decedent This 4th day of August,
1969
/s STANLEY C MYERS
I ImiUIiH
/s' EDWIN M. CINSBlC.t:
MYERS. KAPLAN, PORTER,
I BV IN St >N ft K EN IX
Attorneys
11R0 S.W. First Street
Miami, Florida 33130
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTUi: IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name- of
DIts ROSEN and MEYERS; ROBERT
nhovV'nnmed IroSBN, M D RICHARD M. MEYERS,
M.D. at 860 J* -" 11. Str.-.-t. Burfslde,
Florida S8U4 Intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dud.- County*. Florida.
DRS. ROSEN AND MEYERS
PROFESSIONAL AS80CIA.TK N
SPARRER and ROSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for ApnUoants
ton Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 83111
8/8-11-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOK DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84393
In RE: Esti li id T
MIRIAM H IH LM i'.S
Di us. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditor- and All Personii Hav-
lim Claims or Demands Against S.ii-1
l.-i.u,-:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presenl ;inv claims nnd de-
mnnds which you may have against
tl.....state ..1 MIRIAM 11 HOLMES
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7::l.lii. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will 1"- barred.
Dated iii Miami, Florida, this
day of July. A r>. 1969,
RICHARD P HOLMES
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the S.'ith day of July, 1969.
MARX M FARER
Attorney for Executor
1012 Alnsley Bulhlhis
Miami, ::-'. Florida
7 85 <; t-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8418S
in RE: Estate of
CHARLESPEARLMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You are hereby notified nnd requir-
ed tn pies.-nl any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CHARLES PEARLMAN de-
reused lab "i Dade County, Florida,
to the Count} Judges nf Dade County,
and file tin- same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the flrsi publication hereof,
or the same ill be barred.
Daied ill Miami, Florida, this 17th
day of July. A.D. 1969.
l-:\ 1:1.YN PEARLMAN
As ExeCUti i\
First publication of iiiis notli
the !5th rlio of July, 1969.
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U.S. Secretary of Labor George P. Schultz. left, confers
with Alexander Goldberg, resident of the TechnionIsrael
Institute of Technology, at recent reception in his honor at
the university's Haifa campus. Schultz, former dean of
the University of Chicago graduate business school, said
he was "most impressed" by the Technion and its gradu-
ates. The Technion. Israel's oldest university and the sole
source for Israeli-trained engineers, has more than 6,200
students.
Space-Age Medicine's
]New Tools Are Tested
CLKMMONS. N.C. (JTA)
The first practical field tests on
NASA-type medical analytical
and monitoring type equipment
took place at the North Caro-
lina Jewish Home here at the
same time that the astronauts
were enroute to the moon for
the first lunar landing, officials
have reported.
Space age medicine and its
practical use on earth has in-
trigued a group of doctors and
technicians from the Duke Uni-
versity department of aging,
ffhey developed equipment con-
taining many of the components
Used by NASA to monitor the
Condition of astronauts in flight.
j*\ team of doctors and techni-
cians brought the equipment to
"the Jewish Home for testing.
i Dr. John Nowland. head of the
team, explained that the ulti-
mate value of the equipment
Will lx^ its accessibility to the
patient in his home environmt tit.
When sophisticated diagnosis and
snonitoring is desirable, particu-
larly in the case of elderly per-
sons for whom transfer to a
hospital or other new surround-
ings could be traumatic. He said
fringe benefits could include
lowering the costs of care for
th>' aged by reducing the use of
crowded hospitals, which would
in turn reduce in-patient hospi-
tal costs.
The equipment is in two units,
one for transmitting and one for
receiving. The sending unit
transmits electro-cardioRrams,
brain waves, blood pressure, res-
piration rate, muscle spasm and
other physiological reactions si-
multaneously. It can provide an
Immediate reading while record-
ing the information on tape for
sophisticated computer analyses
and study later. The transmit-
ting unit contains an indepen-
dent power supply source for a
constantly regulated current, a
set of prc-amplifiers to convert
body signals into recognizable
data and a miniature radio sta-
cjewiisli Floiridiiairi
I Miami, Florida Friday, August 15, 19S9
Section F
tion to relay the signals to the
rt ceiving unit, which is housed in
a van-sized truck. The receiver
unscrambles the radio transmis-
sions which can be viewed on a
scope or recorded on tape. The
equipment also includes a port-
able television unit with camera,
a television ta|x> recorder and a
TV set to show the recordings
made on tai>e.
The first field test of this
equipment at th.- North Caro-
lina Jewish Home was success-
ful. Dr. Nowland said, and fur-
ther tests are planned at the
Jewish institution. Gerontologist
Ell ert E. Levy, director of the
Hi me. said that it was expected
that the equipment wou'.d prove
to be of praetieal value, "not
only in the future care of the
aging, but also for the stud;.' of
factors pertaining to longevity
and the well-being of the aged."
It is likely tint eventually
such equipment will be taken by
technicians to rural areas and
private h >mos to transmit infor-
mation to hospital centers for
immediate computerized inter-
pretation, he said, "which will
then, in turn, be relayed to the
family physician for his use in
the immediate care of the pa-
tient.*' He reported that the el-
derly at the Jewish Home ac-
cepted the experimental tests
with enthusiasm. He said one of
them remarked, after being ex-
amined. "I feel like a pioneer,
an astronaut of medicine."
Italy's Communists Argue Position
Young Israeli Seeks
American Pen Pals
Urey Kraisman. a 30-year-old
Israeli man. is lookint* for i>cn pals
: among Amiercan Jewish girls be-
: tween the ages of 20 and 28 who
i have visited Israel or intend to do
1 so.
Persons interested in correspond-
! ing with Mr. Kraisman should
I write to him at 71 Yabotinsky St.,
I Tel Aviv, Israel.
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ROME fJTA)Sen. Umberto
Terracini, a Jewish Communist
member of the Italian Senate,
has accused Unita, the Commu-
nist Party organ, of deviating
from official policy and publish-
ing articles in support of Arab
demands for the destruction of
Israel. The paper published Sen.
Terracini's attack as an "open
leter" and. with it, a reply by
Unita'8 editor, Giorgio Pajetta.
To support his contention that
the party line rejects the liqui-
dation of Israel as a matter of
policy. Sen. Terracini quoted the
remarks of Giovanni Bcrlinguer.
vice secretary of Italy's Com-
munist Party, who said at the
recent world Communist Party
meeting in Moscow that the
rights of the Arab people in Pal-
tine have to be respected "with-
out prejudice to Israel's right of
existence as a sovereign state."
But one writer in Unita com-
pared the Israelis to "foreign in-
vaders." like the Americans in
Viet Nam and another advocat-
ed the El Fatah demand that
Israel be abolished in favor of a
Palestinian bi-national stab.
Sen. Terracini wrote. "Apart
from the underlying fundamen-
tal error of such an attitude." he
said, "it implies a solution of
the Mideast conflict by force,
whereas we must act for a po-
litical solution of the crisis and
that is the well thought-out posi-
tion of the Party regarding the
Middle East."
Sen. Terracini, an orthodox
Communist of the old school, de-
clared the creation of Israel was
"a matter of auto-determination
Of those Jews who. for special
historic reasons and conditions.
were living there and as such re-
ceived full recognition according
to international law. Israelis to-
day." he said, "are united not
only by religious ties, but first
of all. by a common experience
over centuries during which they
had been dispersed, but not dis-
solved, in other national entities,
keeping their culture and tradi-
tion and, to a certain extent,
their language."
Sgr. Pajetta claimed that he.
too, agreed to Israel's right to
exist, 'out not for the reasons
ited by Sen. Terracini. "Is-
rael." he wrote, "is a reality, but
one cannot speak of its right to
s:at> hood without mentioning at
th'> same time the most serious
damage caused by Zionism ai'.-t
by the Zionist structure of Israel
not only to the Arabs but to
Israelis and all Jews in the
world." He claimed that the
Arabs presented "an affirmation
of a national Palestinian spirit"
which, he said, differs from Pan
Arabism -about which Commu-
nists have many doubts because
of its religious and xenophobic
aspects.
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Th^ Jaws of Lisbon, rapital of
Portugal, were massacred in 1373.
144< and 1482. The Portuguese In-
quisition was active in Ijsbon and
its Jews were either murdered,
dr.yen out or forcibly converted to
Christianity. Gradually the Jews
r* turned to Lisbon and formed a
; common it y in 1813. Today, less
than 1.000 Jews live there. (4TA
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An oiii nilntion meeting to ae-
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ctivi Hebrew Academy students
. iih all aspects of its Hcbmw ami
ad n;ii programs will be htld
t s )i.m. Monday at tho YM-
YWHA of Givarcr Miami. S">00
>v.' Stii St.. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the Academy,
1 announo d.
The South Dadc branch. Rabbi
Gross said, will be patterned after
i i >.iin campus on Miami Beach,
vMch "ill tH'^in its 22nd year of
. lui irional activity this fall.
Participating in the orientation
! ogram will be Rabbi Ralph ulix-
: in chairman of the South Dade
rganizatfam Committee, and Dr.
David Rothenberg, past chairman
oi Ihc Metro Youth Advisory
oard and consulting psychologist
t i the Hebrew Academy.
Garj Prank, chairman of the
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airman, Aaron Higer, have an-
lunccd that registration for the
in iry grades is open. Interested
rsons should contact them.
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Society Announces
19th Season's Films
The names of 19 films scheduled
for showing during its 19th season
have been announced by the Film |
Society, a non-profit local group j
organized to show outstanding I
films for the enjoyment of its
membership at the Museum of j.
Science on South Miami Ave.
The schedule of films for the I
new season includes "The Whis-
perers." S< pt. 7; "Beauty and the
Beast," (Francei Oct. 12; "Kwai-
dan," (Japani Nov. 9; "A Christ-
mas Carol." (U.S.A.! and "The
Golem," Dec. 11: "DlaboHque,"
(Prance) Jan. 11; "Black Tights."
i Prance) Feb. 8; "Wages of Fear."
i France i Mar. 15; "A Royal Scan-
dal." i U.S.A. i Apr. 12, and "Black
Orpheus," (Brazil) May 1".
Although no single admissions
are provided, members are per-
mitted to bring two guests during
the year. Interested persons should
write to P.O. Box 351, South Mi-
ami. Fla. 33113 for further infor-
mation.
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An oil painting of the former Veteran's Hos-
pital in Corel Gables recently presented to
Dr. Edward G. White, chief of staff of the
new hospital, will hang in the new out-
patient lobby. Past Department Commander
A. Henry Kauffman (Distinguished Service
Cross) presented the painting for the RE-
TREADS. Shown (from left) are Chaplain
Orra Christian, Arthur A. Blyth. commander-
elect Cover Greer. Dr. Fdwnrd G. White.
Mr. Kauffman, past national commander
Daniel Novelle. hut commander Harry
Cook, financial secretary Cecil Courtney,
junior commander-elect Nick Halionis, senior
commander-elect James Nieburg. Colonel
Anthony Soto (ret.). Shown seated are past
department commander Michael Bonforte
and RETREAD hospital representative, Mrs.
S. Henry Kauffman.
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Friday. August 15. 1969
vJenitt inhridUan
Pace 3-E
Research Projects Being Phased Out
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTAI- The
United States is j>hasing out a
wide range of rescai-ch projects
in Israeli universities and insti-
tutions because funds for the
projects have beenj-e-aBpropriat-
ed for Arab refugees in the
Gaza Sir,;) and Weal Bank to
help cover the United States'
. share of contributions to the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency, it was confirmed this
week at the highest official
levels here.
An estimated- ST million to S8
million p r year in counterpart
funds, earmarked originally for
research grants to the Israeli in-
stitutions, is being div< rted, the
hources .--aid. Hundreds of pro-
nked with I
[ on of the
Dilution, air con-
1 and canci resea xh
being phi .- d out." A
Stat 1; at tmenl 01 ;;cial dis-
closed that all American research
in Israel financed under Pub-
lic Law 480 counterpart funds
was gradually being 1 and will conic to ah'tSilf in-fis-
cal 1973. The-decision was made
by the Stale Department and
*? Aswiry for International De-
\elopment.
Concern was reportedly de-
veloping not only among the
estimated 1.200 Israeli scientists
and technicians seeking solutions
for vital problems but also such
United States Government agen-
cies as the Department of Health.
Education and Welfare The VS.
Office of Education has already
discounted one Hebrew Univer-
sity project to hi Ip Ami
schools educi te the
deprived. In jeopardy alsi .twos
reported, ,.- ,:
Hebrew Un .ersit effo 11<
,i vaccine against m aria for the
U.S. Army medical corps. Anoth-
er imperiled project was one
requested by the U.S Bureau of
Fisheries after Israel discovered
much information about pollution
of water and protection of fish.
The crisis has led the Hebrew
University to open a special of-
fice in Washington to seek al-
ternative financing from foun-
dations and individuals so that
importdnt reseat c4J*|hujects can
be continued despite the can-
cellation of United States govern-
ment funds. The cancelled Ameri-
can funds are bring diverted to
UNRWA to pay Arab camp
salaries and for purchase of food
from abroad for the refugees.
Five-year projects al Hebrew
University arc in danger of i>e-
ing terminated at a poinl be,ore
valuable conclusions can de-
velop, I'. irch .it the Haifa In-
Continued on Page 13-B
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MRS. SOPHiE &ITLEN AND FAMILY
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And 50 Fourth Prizes hardsome Swiss
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No purchase is necessary, and enter as often
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Friaay, Aucru.t is. i969
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Lorraine B. Blitz,
Robert Schatzman
To Marry Nov. 30
Mr. and Mrs. David Blitz ofNew
Orleans, La., announce tl ngage-
ment of their daughter. Lorraine
Bt rg to Robert Alan Schatz-
man, the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Schatzman, 1375 s\y 18th St,
Tin- hi ide-el who att
tna State University,
Rouge, La is pn *; as
with the D Paul Hospital in New
1 'i li "' -. 11 i fiance m I o Is now
itti ndi the 1 taivi of Miami
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v-t.rsi ind Co ges.' He is a
inber of Zeta B a I i I iter-
nity an '. of (>m< g hoi i iry.
The wi Iding dal been sel
for Nov. .'
The Milsens Announce
Andrea''s Engagement
To Bruce Frimoivitz
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milsen, 1435
>'. Treasure D.r, North Bay Y..-
lage, announce the engagement
th Ir daughter, Andn a, to Bruce
Fi imow Itz, tl Mr. a;:: 5
Harold Frimowitz, 1300 Ml
Tor.. Nor!1! Miami Beach.
The bridi i grad at d
Miami Beach Si
>-l and Miami-Dade J
College, will attend Florida At-
University in :.
this fall, where s
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Officers of the newly-formed North Dade "Gcilil" Chapter
of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America are.
Back row, (from left) Mrs. Morton Zemel, vice-president,
program; Mrs. Abraham Gittelson, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Max Rothenberg, president; Mrs. Jonah Caplan, re-
cording secretary and Mrs. Dorothy Gruen, treasurer. Front
row: Mrs. Abraham Doner and Mrs. Jacob Chernofsky, vice-
president, membership. Not shown: Mrs. Louis Fuchs, vice-
president, fund-raising, Mrs. Stewart Gross, financial secre-
tary and Mrs. Irving Seidel, board chairman.
Karen W exler Eiiaajieci
To Barry Shelomilh
Tin- engagi mi ni of Karen Wex-
ler to Barry Shelomlth has been
announced by her parents. Mr,
and Mrs. Larry Wexler, 17120
NW 11th Ave.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Shelomith, of 95 NW 171st St..
North Miami Beach.

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A graduate of (."oral Gables High
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Katherine Roth To Be
Mrs. Robert L. Levine
Mother Announces
The engagement of Katherine
Roth to Robert L. Levine has been
announced by her mother. Mrs.
Kegina Roth. 754.) E. Treasure Dr.
The bride-el' et is a graduate of
Pleasantville Senior High School,
ii. New Jersey, where she was an
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Alfred Waxman officiated in the
Doral Beach Hotel on Saturday.
Aug. 9.
Parents of the bride, who grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
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sity >! Miami, where she was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi, are
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2525 SW 15th St. The groom is the
: Mi I I iis. Allan Cotter
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nah High School and
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and chapi l-length train appliqued
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The custom-made matching head-
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illusion.
Attending the bride were Nancy
Ross, maid of honor, and brides-
maids Myrna Sager, Rita Halperin,
Mrs. Robert Ta\lor and Belinda
Aid. Alan Ashcr served the groom
as best man: the ushers were
Richard Phillips, Edward Rosenx-
weig, Ted Sicker, Harvey Gold-
berg and Robert McLaughlin.
The newly-weds will return to
the University of Georgia, Athi ns,
Ga.. after a honeymoon in Europe.
Linda SoIovpi To
Bo The Bride Of
Joseph Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Saul T. Solm. i of
Ral Harbour, former reskli i ts of
Lawrence, N.Y.. announce the
ii. nl of their daughter, Linda
Barl ai.i. t'> Joseph Saul Schwartz,
the son ui Mr. and Mrs. Edward
S wai'/ ol Miami Beach.
The h< .nl nui ^ rj ti acher at the
Boys, River-
N.Y., the bride-elect is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
School and the University of
Florida.
Tin- bridegroom-to-be was grad-
uated from Miami Beach Senior
School and received his l'...\.
rtegj m English from the Uni-
ihy >! Miami. A membar of the
Tig i Baj Luncheon Club, the
C incil f"i International Visitors
of Greater Miami, and thi' lo al
-'-' i ; i ii Alumni Chapti'r. he
is also on the board of directors "i
Temple Beth Shulom's Brother-
hood.
The wedding will take place in
October.
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of B'nai B'rith Women has a sum-
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, Saturday. Aug. 23 in Hie Burgund)
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PAPER! PAPER! PAPER!
It was a "paper" anniversary for Charlotte
SatKHer and Murray Mittler. who married exact-
ly a year ago. Jimmy andTflidi Stem boated an
anniversary dinner for them, at which a wash-
basket loaded with paper presents for them was
lugged in. The Mil tiers' annivsary cake told the
whole story of their courtship in figures around
the edge.
Among the sterns' guests were a number of
couples who had first met at the B'nai B'rith
convention 2D years ago. Trudi brought out her
scrapliooks from 1940. and believe it or not. there
were men who didn't recognize their own wives'.
There was a lot of togetherness because of the
rain, which forced them to eat in the house in-
stead of out on the huge patio. The boys took
turns outside, preparing the slush ke-bab, and
they all enjoyed themselves so much that Mr.
and Mrs. Al Finkelstein, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Pol-
lock. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dronsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Mickey Mnrx, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Cold and
the Jack Scheers solemnly promised each other
not to let such a long time go by again without
seeing each other. They all live within visiting
distance, but never seemed to get together.
WHO W.WTs SOME STAMPS?
Someone should start a stamp collection with
m\ stamps. There's a card from the M. Sheins
in Jerusalem, saying they think the people and
the country are fantastic. Anne Satin wrote
iron Stockholm that n friend in Philadelphia
Bent her a clipping from The Jewish Floridian
about her trip. (Anne and the Jewish Floridian
sure get around! i Houney and her husband. Dr.
Philip Weinstoin had just returned to Kiruma,
Sweden, from the northernmost tip of Europe,
the North Cape, on the Arctic Oc. .in. They said
it fell like 100 degrees below zero, but they liked
wearing w>>ol undies and wool mittens. Elsie
Schwabe and her friend Florence Keisch, wrote
from a hotel in Guanajuato, Mexico, that bad
been a monasterj they expected a monk to
come 'lit n! die wall any minute, Thej traveled
evcrywhi re on local buses, soaking up local color
at four cents a ride.
9 Id Forer was wtth her daughter, Mindi, and
son. Joe. They met more people they knew on
tins trip! In Rome thej met Miumians Larry
Marks and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosen. In 1
they bi inl i Mr. and Mi s. U >i ai d Fi
aces
lander and Jerry Gellin. Mindi looks a lot like
her mother, so there were several cases of mis-
taken identity Mindi. of course, was in seventh
heaven. In Londcii, Ida's 'crew" marched around
Qrosvenor House, hoping Liz Taylor would
emerge. All play and no work isn't so good, so
Mama Korer had to take care of some buslni BS:
she attended a shoe oonvention (or should 1 say
a "shoe style show"? I and then did her shoe
buying for her stores. Dodo and Sam Falick's
card came from Rome. They were on their way
to Madrid, and I v>do must have been in a hurry
the stamps were put on crooked.
DEAD MLENCE AT CAPE KENNEDY
Sylvia Weinberger went out to Miami Inter-
national Airport to pick up her children, Lau-
rence Weinberger, who is working towards his
Ph.D. degree in Bio-Physics at Johnson Founda-
tion and his wife Jo Ann, who is a psychologist,
when they arrived from Philadelphia. With a
car crammed with food and thermoses of drink,
they set off for Cape Kennedy. All along Route 1
as they got closer to the Cane, people had set-
tled for the night. They finally found a place in
a field near a bridge, only eight miles from
win re the Apollo 11 was going up. The moon
ship was visible it was brightly lighted all
night. They went up on the bridge as the rocket
lifted. Hundreds of boats were in the water be-
low, and for several minutes after lift-off. there
was complete quiet as if everyone were united
in silent prayer.
IT'S ON, IT'S OFF
Tin1 electric brills and die London Symphony
concert at Miami Beach Auditorium were off and
on lor a while, When the lights went on. the
concert was on, loo. Among those enjoying tor
not enjoying I the concert were Evelyn and her
Magic Violin and, of course, her husband, Phil
Spitalny; Mrs. Lee Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Heroic
Mint/ of Hollywood. Mrs. Rae Berman, Mr. and
Mrs. Julian Krceger, Mrs. .lucid Breakstone, Mrs.
Allan Hi inn, Mr. ami Mrs. Alc\ Cordon. Mrs.
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and "Smitty" Smith and his Sylvia.
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Mrs. Brett is lb,' daughter of Mr.
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Nautilus Dr.. Miami Beach. Her
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MRS. ARTHUR 1. iFSTUH
Epstein -Sklars fcy
The marriage of Paulayne Tina
Sklarsky, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sklarsky, 900 6th St..
Miami Beach, and Arthur Joseph
Epstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Epstein. Brooklyn. NY.,
was solemnized in the Matador
Room of the Seville Hotel Sunday,
Aug. 3, at 1 p.m.. with Rabbi Irv-
Ixhrman officiating.
The bi ide. a graduate of the I'ni-
vi rsity of Pennsylvania and Mount
Sinai Hospital School of Nursing
New York City, was attended
Mrs. Rosalind Alexander, ma-
of honor, and bridc?rr.;.:
Susan Epstein.
A member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
aternity, the bridegroor
from Brooklyn Polytechnic
Institute, received his M.S di
n the University of Pennsj -
la, and is presently studying
there for his doctoral degree In
Physics. He was served by Barry
Iman, r> st man. and us
1 id Alexander and L" wis Epstein.
After the wedding reception at
the hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Epstein
11 for a honeymoon in the Ba-
hamas. They will be at home in
Drexel Hill. Pa., upon their return.
Chernen ko-Zu kerm an
Leslie Ann Zukerman and Joel
Michael Chernenko made their
mai riage vows, before Rabbi Ralph
(.; ixman Sunday. Aug. 10. in a
i on hi ill in T< mple Or Olom
at 5:30 p m.
-\ :,-'..l.;.: : >. al Park
tnd Miami-Dade Jim-1
io: Colh thi l ride is the daugh-
ter o! Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zu-
kerman, 9 111 SW 18th Ter. Her
.of Mrs. Ann
1801 SW 87th Ct, and
the late Abe Chernenko, gradual d
from Coral Gables High School.
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and graduated from Elorida
Computer College.
The bride's gown, an A-line
Empire style of rcembroidered Al- :
encon lace and silk organza en-
crusted with pearls had a remov-
able chapel train appliqued in
matching lace and pearls. She car-
ried a bridal bouquet of white
roses.
WMnc, gcll. "King Jor <7L*
Sumo fj-Goldman
A.;. Sti vi i. Mark
s, rn< ". v'h< w< n m u ri< I Satur-
2, in the D Plaza
w ; r hone; moon
11a\ -' Coast t<
down in
firs hoi ir. Springfii Id,
Mai v tha brid is a
senior al S Ingfield Colli
Ral I : Ma iric Kit in t fficiati d
,u the 8:45 ] i t n< : >' during
;> hich th daui htt r ol Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Goldman, 6210 SW 34th
St.. and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sarnoff, 8821 SW 17th St..
exchanged their vows, and the
nuptials were followed by a re-
ception in the hotel.
For her wedding, the bride, who
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bride's sister-in-law. Bca Moldo-
vf.n; Sharon Fogel and Judi Seid-
man were bridesmaids and Arlene
Moldovan, the bride's niece, was
; junior bridesmaid.
The groom was attended by best
! man Sheldon Konigsberg and Sid-
' ney Rososfsky and Wayne Riskin.
; ushers. Junior usher was Freddie
! Moldovan, the bride's nephew.
The couple will make their home
in North Miami.
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Ladies1 Auxiliary Meets
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights
ol Pythias, will hold a regular
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
the St rfsidt Center. A card party
will follow the short business
session. Mrs. Etta Jam tl Is presi-
dent < i tht group.
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\T elch-Lipsky
Judie Ra b it I,. Grover offid-
at d at thi Bdeo Roe Hotel r .
moni s uniting Barbara I
I ipsky and I.t. David D. U | j
mffsriage Saturday, Aug. 9
>tii n li the hotel followed
I p.m. i It* s.
The i'., ighter of Ml an I
William D. Lipsky, 8010 C -,i
r.'.-.d.. Mia::-.i Beach, the bri.'. a
giaduate ".' Miami Beach I
Si hool and the University of Kior-
u a. A Speech Pathotog) and .\
ology major, she is a member of
the speech and hearing honorary
Sigma Alpha Pta. Her husband, a
judge advocate in the l'.s. Navy,
is a graduate of th'- University cf
Florida School of Law. when he
was chanc< llor of Honor Court, a
member of Blue Key honorary,
Phi lXlta Phi legal fraternity, p.. ta
Theta Pi social fraternity and John
Marshall Par Association.
Mrs. M*Lin Boiduc was matron
ol honor for the bride, who had
s< lected a bridal gown of u hiU
lace. Ken Johnson served as t-~t
man for the groom, who is tin son
of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Welch cl
Lighthouse Point.
The couple will tour California
!. routi to then new home in San
Di o, Calif.
.
MRS. STEVEN M SARNOfF
gradt : >m Coral i ai k S
I Scl and atti ndi d liami-
i >ad I e a g wn
za in thi i
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reet broidered with whiti A
on th< lot '.' ves.
ngi r-ti] veil of si'.K I and
cathedral-length mantilla were at-
tached to a tiara crown of orangi
blossoms and Uly-of-the-valley.
and she carried a cascade of white
sweetheart rosi s,
The bridal attendants, in pink '
gowns and carrying cascades of
sweetheart roses and feathered
carnations, their floor-length veils
held by rose-and-carnation head-
pieces. Included Fanny Goldman.
! the bride's sister, maid of honor;
her aunt. Agnes (Mrs. Samueli
iGoldman. matron of honor; her
| sister. Henrietta Goldman, cousin
Yolanda Goldman, Jane Michaels
| and Bernardine Revay as brides-
maids; Sandra Goldman, another
; cousin, and L< ah Klein as junior
bridesmaids, and flower girl Lisa
Martin.
The groom, who is on the Var-
sity football squad, a member of
| the Varsity S Club and a Student
; Council n presentative at Spring-
field College, was served by bi st
I man Robert Brandt, James Stern,
Michael Fulford Clifford Green-
baum and Frank Pollack, ushers,
and junior usher I.x David Sai-
noff, his brother.
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MRS HARVtX M. RICHMAN
Rich m an-Denyes
A double-ring ceremony i r-
ned by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
-. T< mple Isra 1 of Greater Miami
-.ited Judith J. Denyec, daughter i
ol Mr. ami Mrs. Rert E. D- ny S i f
Fort Myers, and Harvey M. Rich-
... son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
h .man. 7525 E. Treasun Dr..
% Bay Village, in marriage at
I | : Sui day, Aug. 10.
who lias born a si i
- t at Miami-Dade Junioi
(.-. civ se a traditional floi i -
th gown of Alencon lace and
I pearls ov i peau de soie, H> r
:, r-length veil was a mantilia
fashi ini I of Alencon lace and
- She was attencKd by
Mark E. Gold, matn
r an I I ridesmaui 1 :' a
ky.
The bridegroom, who is an ac-
t xecuttve for National Cash
Register Co., attended Florida
Stati University and earned his
B.S. di pree at the University of
Miami. His brother. Peter J. Rich-
man, served as his best man. and
Mark K. Gold ushered.
A sit-down dinner at the Seville
Hotel. Miami Beach, followed the
nuptials. The couple will make
Miami their home after a honey-
moon tour of the Bahama Islands.
corns
Martiit'Rapoport
the
. of Ronald 1 Is Martin S
lay, J ily 27, In 2
m id at the h< f her pan nts,
I a< li.
. S. -'. Sw ...'..
The groom's sisti r, Lai rel Mai -
tin was maid ol honor foi the new
Irs ... who is a graduate of
nl I < ach s. ntor Mi. h s> hoi I
and graduated cum laude from the
University of Mian:;. A member of
Kappa Delta Pi. education hono-
rary, she plans to teach, beginning
this fail.
Billy Martin servi d as best man
for his brother, a graduate of
North Miami Senior High School
and the University of Miami who
is mployrd by a Miami CBA firm
as an accountant.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin will make
!h a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas,
\Yv.. and California.
MRS. RONALD S. MARTIN
Marilyn Weiner To Be
Bride Of Steven Swartz
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Weiner, of
1M0 SW 92nd Ave.. announce
th( engagement of their daughter.
Marilyn, to Steven Swartz of New
York City, whose parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Swartz of Paw-
tucket, R.I.
The wedding is being planned
for November.
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MRS. MANUtL DINER
Diner-Platt
Helene Rene Platt and Manuel
Diner were united in marriage ut
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9. in the
Algiers Hotel, with Rabbi Irving
Li hi man officiating. A reception
in the hoti 1 followed.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. David Platt. 635
7th St.. Miami Beach, is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High School
,ind Miami-Dade Junior College.
She has attended the University of
South Florida in Tampa, and will
enroll in Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity in September. Her husband,
the son of Mrs. Gustav Tanon-
blatt, 7525 E. Treasure Dr.. Miami
H-ach, and the late Jacob Diner,
will attend the' University of Miami
Law School this fall. Hi is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School
ai ri the Univi rsity of South Flor-
ida. where he was a member of
Gold Key honor society and Omi-
cron Beta Kappa men's leadership
fraternity. Past chancellor of Tau
Epsilon Phi social fraternity, he
was on the Dean's list and was
listed it: Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
Cynthia Platt served as maid of
honor: matron of honor was Sheila
Fixler and the bridesmaids were
1 Sandra Snyder. Sandra Weinberg
'. and Pi-arlita Mausovicius.
Attending the groom were Israel
Diner as best man. and ushers K
William Kat/. Stuart Mishkin and
Steven Rissman.
After a honeymoon trip to Ja-
maica, the newlyweds will make
Miami Beach their home.
Levine-Rabinovitz
A champagne brunchoon follow-
ed the 11:30 a.m. Sunday wedding
ceremonies in the Seville Hotel
Aug. 10 during which Donna Beth
Rabinovit2 and David Harris Le-
'::,: exchanged their vows before
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
in w AIis Li vine, who is the
ghter of Mrs. Morris Rabino-
vitz, 9225 Collins Ave., and the
late Mr. Ribinovitz, will l>egin
teaching in the Dade County pub-
lic schools this fall. She atti nded
the University of Miami graduate
ol und r a f< I'owship after ob-
tain! bj her Bachelor's degree in
Education last January.
Mr. Levine, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milford Levine, 1000 NE
176th St.. North Miami Beach, is
a graduate of North Miami Senior
High School and the University of
-Miami. He attended the University
ol Florida, where he was affiliated
with Tau Kpsilon Phi social fra-
ternity, and is presently a senior in
the University of Miami School of
Law. where he is a member of Phi
De'lta Phi professional fraternity
and the Student Bar Association.
The bride's sister. Mrs. Richard
Levy, was her matron of honor.
. She was also served by Lesa Le-
vine. Patricia Magram, Nancy
Rosenbluth and Ronna Brown,
biidesmaids; Debra Wiseman, jun-
ior bridesmaid: Marc Todd Levy,
ringbearer, and Karen Simon.
flowergirl. The groom was attend-
ed by Eli J. Levine, best man:
Stive Brotman, Richard Levy,
Ronald Magram and Ira Zager,
ushen d.
After a honeymoon in Oeho
Rios and Montego Bay, Jamaica,
the couple will live in South Miami.
MRS. DAVID H. If VINE
Elinoff-Boas
Susan Ilcne Boas became the
hi ide of Joseph Mark FJJnoff in
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
ceremonies Sunday, Aug. 10.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boas, 6440
SW 128th St.. attended Palmetto
High School and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and spent a year in
Israel working on a kibbutz.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs Samuel L. Flinoff. 611 Cata-
lonia Ave.. Coral Gables, joined
the Pence Corps after graduating
from the University of Miami, and
taught English for two years in
Ghana.
Alter a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the newlyweds will live in Kendall.
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America.
N.arty' Tt.SGO consumer kosher
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of the 19T.9 Kosher Products Di-
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charge on request to Orthodox
Union, M Fifth Ave., Suite 1110.
New York. N.Y. 10011.
New P.R. Director For 69 Boat Show
Chase Adams, executive director
of Miami-Dinner Key Boat Show.
Inc., has announced the appoint-
ment of Joe SchabO as public re-
lations director of the second an-
neal event, to be held lure Nov.
21--25.
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edu:a'T"al corporation seek-
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Cwtact: Birsc'or o! Oosrilians
"We ar# delighted to lia*i
man of Joe Senate's background
on our team." Mr. Adams saiil. "He
has contributed to boating's place
of business leadership in Florida
N. Dade BB Rummage Sale
A rummage and white elephant
sale Will be held by North Dade
Chapter. B'nai B'rith, Friday be-
ginning at 8:."*0 a.m. in the audito-
rium of the Washington Federal.
(i99 NK 167th St. -Mrs. Michael
Ross is chairman of the event.
and he's certain to enhance the
image of I he Dinner Key Show."
More than 95.000 spectators
wen' attracted in five days last
year when the show made its de-
but. This year's show, which will
again be sponsored by the Miami
Marine Association, has already
drawn twice as many exhibitors
as demonstrated their products
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GET THE STRAIGHT FACTS WITHOUT OBLIGATION ON:
1. STAR! UP COMPANIES
i. OPERATING COMPANIES
CALL: UNDFKWI?/T/NG CONSULTANTS, INC.
Phone: 305-754-5716 or write Box 1171, Miami, 33138
Dry Cleaning
WHAT
business offers you the Wey
to independence and finan-
cial security?
WHERE
can you get the finest, most
automated equipment, com-
prehensive training program,
advertising program, plant
layout and workflow sys-
tem, budget control and con-
tinuing guidance?
HOW?
may you feel safe and con-
fident in choosing the BEST
source to insure your future
success?
WHO?
answers all your needs and
provides a complete "turn-
key" opening for a minimum
cash investment of $10,000?
WHEN-NOW
Is The Bet Time To Get
THE ANSWER!
BETTY BRITE
DRV CLEANING
FRANCHISES
Choice Locations Available
NOW in Hollywood.
Ft. L.iuderdale and Pompano
C ill or Write:
BENMARC
EQUIPMENT CO.
1200-F N. E. 151 Street
Miami. Florida
(305) 945-3677
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FOR SALE

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JIM RANNI BUILDING
3000 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI
a i- .1... >Maa hiiildma 100". rented. Mr thon ample pa-Wing.
tttST!"**" Cordon. Realtor 377-0061
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CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION
COOL-AID SERVICE INC.
235-2950
8792 S.W. 131 STREET
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TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SERVICE
12600 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
' ONE 891-9187
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ORNAMENTALS, INC.
2155 WILTON DRIVE
Ft. Laudatdola
Phone 584-837 0_________
on the ocoan at Fourth Street. Miami Beach. Florida .Tel: 531-8311
You really Bhould eleel Io live in Presidential style! In ;m
adult oceanfront condominium with top level, Buperfa ap-
pointments featured in every broadloomed 1 bedroom -1 bath
.md efficiency apartment. Now. just Imagine these fabulous
recreations: a spacious, white. Bandy beach; a delightful
heated swimming pool; lusciously landscaped sundecks and
patios; separate sauna baths and steam room for men and
women: shuffleboard courts; a luxuriously furnished card
lounge, and a plushly decorated billiard room.
There is more at the Presidential but you must see it for
yourself! Location is not just choice but PRIME. Living
splendor right in the heart of Miami Beach, and everything
worth being near is here! Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Audi-
torium, Convention Hall, Washington Avenue's glorious
shopping strip, famous restaurants, glamorous Beach hotels,
fishing piers, charier boats EVERYTHING for living PRES-
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THE WOODS'
Garden Apartments
~ I lid 2 bedroom with balcony from $i&5
Renting For Nov. '69
Noturol unspoiled setting
bordering Greynoldi Po/k
Jk
,c*;?mr
Appianm by ^gg pol Rental Offices en Premises _
0? 237S I.E. 173rd St., North Miami Beach 949-3431
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Frank Freeman, inc.
rCectltors
DEALING EXCLUSIVELY IN VACANT &
IMPROVED INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES
IF YOU NEED A MFG. PLANT OR
WAREHOUSE-PLEASE CALL US AT
888-5208
1385 E. 10th AVENUE,
HIALEAH, FLORIDA 33010
P.S. i bet you all thought I made my living an-
- ounci'-g the boxing and wrestling matches.
How aboui that!
PRIME INDUSTRIAL PARK
SALE PARTICIPATION MERCER
ISO Aovs '/> developed 'Golden TRIANGLE AREA" Tampa-
St. Petertburg-ClcarwaUr. Neighbors: Honeywell General
Electric Scurry Morgan Yacht Fenn Mfg. General
Componants.
W> catweaktr creator pork development on portion.
BERNARD L. JAFFE
11 WIT RJUlir. ML Wm nVkl: 1-3l5-37-W3i
POSITIVELY
Molt Unique ond
CENTER OF CONVENIENCE
HI-PISE Walerfreiit "Prim" Lacilitn anywhere
1': locks No. Jordan Mirth vorlookmt liseaynt lay.
No* (iletiiihtd Motel lutiMtt. firtssinr, U Million
Yearly, rrttit'tf, W.. or mere. Mt. le continue il de-
wed jH eweer decides to hirtber devtleet 2'i oeroi.
(14,1)01) to. II.)
Only S23O.0OO down--
Bolonie IS yearI ot 7V
AHtr J3 i:i >lirw|; BwMrl
will lite kick Finl Mirkici
VVnte H. O- Ben 2973. Miomi, Flo. 33J01
Call Owner Direct
374-7939
Anytime
20 ACRES
GOOD HIGH UNO WEST
OF STATE ROAD 27.
$1600 PER ACRE
GOOD TERMS. CALL
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krome, Homestead
247-0857,
247-8788
0CEANFR0NT
Apartment-Motel
2? Unitr Fantastic location
Around thr cornet frorr i'al
Hurbou.' ant! Surfsidc shop-
ping Excellen. condition
S6 8/ Gros.
GOOD TERMS CALL TODAY
FRANK ARATA, MANAGER
KEYES CO. 44th Year
rir.MI.l03S
1023 Lincoln Road
Phone 531-5803
MONEY-MAKING
OPPORTUNITY!
Are you looking for a sales
plan that offers a large pro-
fit? Become a distributor
for Holiday Magic Cosmetics
and Home Care Products, full
or part time. Program in-
cludes training, sales aids,
advertisina backup. Modest
investment cams real pro-
fits for you. Retail and
wholesale distributorships
available.
Call MR. MEYER
373-5554
Weekdays
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
7
DUPLEX
$29,500!
ONE HALF MINUTE FROM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
EACH UNIT HAS 2 BEDROOMS, ONE BATH,
FLORIDA ROOM AND IS IN
IMMACULATI. CONDITION.
- NO CLOSING COSTS -
ARTHUR H. OLSON
REALTY COMPANY REALTORS 665-0404
10 ACRES REDLANDS
cleared, perfect for home and grove
west side roberts road
BETWEEN EPMORE and BAUER,
$3,300 PER ACRE.
CALL TRUDY GLENN, ASSOCIATE
NEWTON COLLINS, INC.
REALTORS, HOMESTEAD,
247-3966 or 247-0985 Home
YACHTSMEN
Prime ocean access lot on St.
Lucic River midway between
ocean inlet and yachi club
in General Development's
Porl Si. Lucie, ready for
building in late '6s. Present
owner mus. change planr as
business requires move to
Bahamas, $17,900 Mr. Kruse
a. 625-0069.
WAREHOUSE
SALE
FURNITURE
Building Salvage, Plumbing,
Electrical, Stoves, Refrigera-
tors, Washers, Rugs, Bedding,
Chests, Tables, Lamps, Every-
thing for the House. Doors,
Windows, Cabinets. All Gu-
aranteed Dealers Invited.
9 6 7 Days a Week. Two Lo-
cations 13701 N.W 27 Avc.,
685-1571, 7526 N.W. 7 Ave.
NORTH
CAROLINA
5 ACRES ONLY $2250
VACATION HOMESITES,
Hendersonville-Asheville Area
beautiful high mountain pro-
perty. Excellent terms. Call
or write R. Mozo, phone
446-3666, 326 Menores,
Coral Gables, Fla., Leon M.
Newman, Realtor, 2101 Pon-
ce, Coral Gables, 444-1681.
HEY
LOOK 'EM
OVER!
SEE OUR COMPLETE
LINE OF
SEABIRD BOATS
"DADE COUNTY'S ONLY
SEABIRD DEALER"
V-185
TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
KINILY CONSULT
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
17091 IISMTNE BLVD.
45-HM
FOR SALE
FREEDOM
Freedom to be your own
Boss, Freedom to have your
own Business. Freedom to
work creatively. Freedom to
earn more money. Freedom
to meet interesting people.
Freedom to be part of the
Marketing plan of a multi-
million dollar Co. Modest in-
ventory investment brings
you generous commissions.
The rest is up to you! For
details
Call MR. MEYER
373-5554
WEEKDAYS
10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
WATERWAY HOME
Coral Gables Luxury. Decora-
tor Furn. (Complete incl 24'
Boat) 20x10' pool. $35,000
dn. or negotiable securities.
Full pr. $95,000.
SOUTHLAND ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Coral Gables 444-4631
Bob Wilder (Assoc.)
JOHN DDIMNELL'YACH
TQ
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10 N.E. 135th St.
No. Ki.rr.i, Florida
PHONE
94i-6286
EXCLUSIVE DEALER
GRAND BANKS OIESEL CRUISERS
OUTSTANDING BUYS!
*v-
days & 3 Nights
at the fabulous new =s=
Britannia fn
Beach Hotel^-
on Paradise Island
Nassau, Bahamas
Lb. i
Paradise Island Casino Championship Golf
4 miles ol Beaches
Sunday $
Summer
Special
per person
dbla. occ.
(M.A.P.)
Deluxe Accommodations 4 days 3 nights
Sunday thru Wednesday only
Special Gourmet Dining
SUNDAY: Dinner in the Marine
Room of the Britannia Beach
Hotel Serving delightful Baha-
mian dishes.
MONDAY: Enjoy dining in the
gourmet restaurant of your
choice: Cafo Martinique.
(French cuisino). Villa d'Esti
(Italian fare), or the Bahamian
Club, (steaks, chops, or ribs).
TUESDAY: Lavish dinner and
show at the fabulous LeCakaret
Theatre adjoining tht Casino.
WEDNESDAY: Breakfast onlf
BmkJtil Mil. Tin. Wti. Stitii in Me IMN 1'cm $i ci inr pit*.
No surcharge for any of the above dinners... bavertgea
or gratuities not included.
Plus
FREE green fees for 3 days at
the Paradist Island Golf Club.
FREE tennis (day or night) on
now championship courts.
FREE pass to world famous
Paradise Beach.
FREE mini-bus sightseeing tour
of tropical Paradist Island.
FREE bottle of champagne in
every room unon arrival.
FREE cocktail it tht fabulous
Ohm Club Gardens.
FREE poelsidt loungts and
pads available.
FREE cocktail at tht Gallery
Lounge located in tht Casint
(5 to 7 P.M.).
FREE bus service to RawstR
Square for shopping.
For Reservations
ask for "Sunday Summer Special"
Call your Travel Agent
or Hetland or Miss
& Stetens Barr
379-7691 891-2500
Evenings & Sat. & Sun. (10 A.M.to 10 P.M.)
Call 634-1573
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"Midnight Cowboy," a drama of a youthful drifter and
contemporary con man which steals Friday at the Gables,
Sunny Isles I and Colony Theaters.
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Kneseth Israel Congregation
1415 EUCLID AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephones: 538-2741 -538-2742
For the 19th year we are opening our Talmud
Torah tuition free to the children of our community
As in the past we are continuing to provide the finest
in educational and inspirational teaching. Many ol our
graduates are now studying at the Hebrew High School.
GIVE US YOUR BOY OR GIRL AND WE WILL TEACH THEM
TORAH AND JUDAISM. There is no substitute few com-
petent teachers of which we are providing the finest,
under the supervision of Rabbi Dr. David Lehrfietd.
REGISTRATION DAILY 1 to 4
SUNDAY 10 to 1
MH.TON KAHN
President
ABE CINSBtSTEtM
Chairman of the Soord
Spanish Ballet Featured
The Miami Beach Symphony's
eighth "pops" concert is scheduled
for 8:15 p.m. Sunday in the Miami
Beach Auditorium, under the di-
rection of Barnett Breeskin. The
Reyes-Soler Ball-t Esparto! de
Madrid will be the feature of the
evening dedicated to the intricacy
and excitement of the Spanish
dance.
TEMPLE MENORAH
iKcligious *S5cfiool
620 75th Street, Miami Beach
Will Give Your Child The Best In Jewish Munition!
REGISTRATION FOR THE
196970 SEASON NOW OPEN
if PRE-SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Nursery through Kindergarten
# HEBREW SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Grades 1-6
li SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Kindergarten Through
Post Confirmation.
FOR INFORMATION CALL 866-2156
______________________________________________________________________-_______
TEMPLE BETH TOV
(Conservative)
6438 S.W 8th Street
REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW
ft. SUNDAY SCHOOL
under supervision of
KABBI SIMON APtll
Sunday: Evenings
12 7-5
Membership Inquiries Invited
647-9411 661-7975
THE LEHRMAN DAY SCHOOL
of TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Established 19S7
LARGEST CONSERVATIVE AU-DAY SCHOOL
IN SOUTHEAST X10I0N l.S A.
IS NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR TH:
1969-1970 TOM
Elementary Grade-. 1 through 6
Full-Day Kindergarten 9:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Nursery School 9.00 A.M to Noon
Combining General Studies
with Hebraic and Religious Instruction
Fulfilling the Highest Standards of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction and The State of Florida
DOOR-TO-DOOR TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED
?
MYER SILVERMAN
Educational Director
NAOMI BRANOEIS
Supervisor, Pro-School Dept.
For Further Information Call: 865-0216 865-0206
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation
of north Dade
announces
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
REGISTRATION
For membership information and
registration, come to the
Temple office at 18801 N.E 22nd
Avenue, North Miami Beach.
Sunday, Augus: 17th and
Sunday, August 24th
from 9-11 A.M.
or Call 949-3429
RALPH P. KINGSLEY, Rabbi
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyle Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
REGISTRATION IS IN PROGRESS FOR ALL
DEPARTMENTS OF RELIGIOUS
AND SIM DAY SCHOOL
Special Registration Sunday, August 17th
10 A.M. to 12 NOON
for information regarding Registration or
family Membership please call
UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833
DR. EUGENE LABOVITZ, Rabbi
M,-. EMANUEL FEDER. Educational Director
1
0H0LEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
1544 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE FALL SEMESTER
Boys and Girls
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY and HIGHER GRADES
Experienced Certified Faculty
Intensive Hebrew Curriculum
Individual Student Attention
Bus Transportation
Centrally Air-Conditioned
Spacious Playground
Reasonable Tuition Scholarships Available
For Further Information and Registration Call 531-8721
Evenings 53 141262
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