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

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

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reJewish FloridiLan
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
42 Number 40
Miami, Florida Friday, October 3, 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
ibert Russell Named Chairman For Second \ ear
Russell, president and
cif the board of Russell
n Corp., this week was
Chairman for the second
(ire year of the Greater
euish Feeierat ion's Com-
Jivish Appeal-Israel Emer-
iind campaign, according
ouncement made by Mil-
Federation president.
< cutive in the alumi-
fcstry." Mr. Weiss stated,
ell's analytical approach
is k injured with a keen under-
standing of methods, machinery,
andmost of alla sensitivity for
people."
In accepting the chairmanship of
the 1970 drive, Mr. Russell voiced
Confidence that the Jews of Great-
er Miami will meet their responsi-
bilities. "In spite of all the- trials
and tribulations," he stated, "our
e\| ri< nee gives us cause and rea-
son to believe that ultimat" 11
Jews can live fre-eiy and in peace
with their neighbors in the Middle
East, provided that the Jewish
people secure a strong Israel."
In mobilizing community support
for the CJA campaign -the major
fund-raising effort of Greater Mi-
ami JewryRussell noted that the
drive not only supports eight local
beneficiary agencies, but continues
to aid programs for more than
300.000 destitute Jews elsewhere
in the world.
"For many of these Jews, Mr.
Russell asserted, "(specially those
living in Moslem countries and i>; -
hind the Iron Curtain, life since
Israel's victory in the Slx-Daj
War has been filled with terror.
"Somehow, we must continue to
help tin m carry on and escape to
Israel or other lands of freedom
at the first opportunity."
Under Mr. Russell's leadership.
more than ?4 million was raisi d in
the 1969 CJA-IEF campaign, but
he Indicated that this would have
to 1 e sin passed in 1970 in ord r to
| r< vide the bare minimum t: e -s-
sary to sustain existing programs
at the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, the Community Chaplaincy
Service, the Jewish Family and
Children's Service. Ji w ish Home
for the Aged. Jewish Vocational
Service, Mount Sinai Hospital, the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
i n's Immigration and Naturaliza-
Continued on P&e ?-A
'. Nixon Reports A
iter Understanding*
INGTON (JTA)After
[of intensive discussions
ael's Prime Minister
fir. President Richard
said he had no new
government decisions
the Middle East to an-
kut that "we have a bet-
^rstanding" of how to
trard a solution of the
rig issues. He- made it
he did not expect the
fel dispute to be sus-
fco "instant diplomacy"
was based upon long
ifferenccs. But he said
it that ways must be
promote peace- and bet-
standing.
on. who appeared be-
[press with Mrs. Meir.
mention of Israel's ex-
rfesire to obtain addi-
intom jets as well as
(assistance to meet de-
lft. He heaped praise on
but stressed that the
tensive private talks"
Jce-d understanding but
cisions. He said some
progress toward a scolution of
the complex Middle East prob-
lem could come from the meet-
ings, but he was using the word
"could" because he wanted to be
"very realistic" about the com-
plexity of the issues involved.
Mrs. Meir said she reported to
Israel that she had found Nixon
to be a friend who uneierstood
Israel's difficulties. She believes
Iieace efforts must be pursued
"not only for Israel, but also for
the millions of Arabs and others
in the various countries." she de-
clared, and said she had told Mr.
Nixon "the people of both of
our countries are- dedicated to
real peace, not something that is
makeshift."
Airs. Meir expressed her "ex-
treme appreciation" for the time-
spent with the President and re-
marked that she was pleased she
could go home and report that
Mr. Nixon cared about her coun-
try. (Israeli officials later char-
acterized the Meir-Nixon talks
as "successful and useful.")
I -
photo i> Howard Garflnkle
President Nixon and Mis. Meir in Nixon's oval office at start of talks.
U.S., Israel Differ On
The Big Power Talks
WASHINGTON tJTA) Is-
rael's Piime Minister Golda Meir
told a nationwide television au-
dience Sunday that Israel dis-
agrees with the United States
ever the U.S. Soviet and Big
Four talks aimed at a Middle
rabs Glory In Air Strike In Sinai
Israelis Say Never Happened
Ihich
TEL- AVIV (JTA) Arab
capitals fce making much of an
yptian commando raid
I positions deep in the
ninsula which Israel
per iook piace. rttroru-
Cairo, Egyptian forces
usfl copters for the first
Ick 50 miles into Israeli-
hell It ory Sunday, surprised
side^H roops and caused con-
1 casua-ties and damage.
Caii^H flio deserib d the raid as
a "turning point" in Arab strikes
against Israel and claimed that
the Sinai would become a trap
for Israeli forces.
Newspapers and radios in
Damascus and Beirut haile d the
Egyptian "victory." Israeli au-
thorities said no raid took place.
They said what apparently hap-
pened was that an Egyptian
] lane fired rockets at an aban-
doned railroad station near a
paramilitary settlement about 50
miles east of the Suez Canal and
probably dropped simc incendi-
ary bombs and ditched their
extra fuel tanks. But there were
no targets to be hit in the area,
according to the Israelis. They
S Id that if the Egyptian pilots
reported otherwise they probably
did so out of fear of disappoint-
ing their superiors. The attack
represented the deepest penetra-
ti n "' the Sinai since the 1967
war.
East peace settlement, and that
much to her sorrow, she sees no
progress toward peace. But, she
said, she is convinced that her
grandchildren will live in an era
of peace.
Speaking on "Meet the Press,"
the National Broadcasting Com-
pany television program in her
first nationwide television ap-
pearance since her arrival here
last week on a state visit, the
Premier said a strong Israel is
the best guarantee and the best
incentive for peace, because the
Arabs "wouldn't have to make
peace with a weak Israel that
could be thrown in the sea."
When the Israeli leader was
asked if her government was
willing to submit a map as an
"asking price" for pe>ace negoti-
ations with the Arabs, she re-
plied in the negative. "Maps we
will draw during negotiations,"
she said. "Before we have part-
Continued on Page 6 A
A Sends Two Executives To Damascus
INGTON < JTA > Trans
(Airlines has announced
will send two of it<
kes to Damascus to
pen its re-presentation"
ts to secure the release
Plsracli nationals held by
authorities since their
iuriiner was hijacked by
bommandos> on Aug. 29.
tcutives. Richard W. Wil-
ce president for interm-
foperations. ard John L.
a Bperial'St in Middle
nation, will replace Capt.
Tarter, pilot of the hijack-
ed plane, who has been in Da-
mascus since he was forced at
gunpoint to land his Boring 7C7
jet there.
A TWA spokesman said that
the focus of the hijacking has
moved "from one of operational
to one of diplomatic concern."
The TWA jet was badly damag-
ed by a bomb detonated in its
cockpit after its passengers and
crew were evacuated. All of the
102 passengers and crew aboard
at the time of the hijacking
were permitted to leave Damas-
cus except for six Israeli citi-
zeas. Subsequently, four Is-
raelis, all women, were released.
But Syria is still detaining two
men. Prof. Shlomo Samueloff, of
the Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School, and Sallah
Moualem, a travel agency em-
ploye.
Fifty-eight members of the
House of Representatives joined
43 Senators over the weekend
in urging the United Nations
Security Coucil to investigate
the hijacking and Syria's failure
to release the Israelis. The mem-
bers of both houses asked Sec-
retary of State William P. Rog-
ers to bring the matter up before
the Council Their letter to Mr.
Rogers termed the hijacking
"criminal" and "wanton" and de-
manded punishment for the per-
sons responsible for it. Israel's
Premier, Golda Meir. said in a
speech to the National Press
Club Friday that she hoped the
Syrians "will come to their
senses and let these men go
he.me." She called Syrian anth -
rities "accomplices to the crime."
Ministry Denies A
Request Was Made
For $1 Billion In Aid
JERUSALEM (JTAi The
Foreign Ministry denied publish-
cel reports appearing here and
abroad that Premier Golda Meir
has asked the United State> for
one billion dollars in economic
aid to balance Israel's expected
foreign trade deficit over the
next five years. The reports ap-
P< ared in the newspaper Yediot
Achronot and were carried by
the state-owned Kol Israel radio.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
E lid re'ports concerning specific
requests said to have been made
by Mrs. Meir in her talks with
Dre-ident Richard M. Nixon in
Washington last week were
"pure speculation." The sook'-s-
man said neither the Foreign
Ministry nor the Prime Minis-
ter's office had any information
shout such requests, particularly
the one billion dollars in aid.
Ko! Israel quoted "well inform-
ed sources" in Jerusalem for its
report. Yediot Achronot credit-
ed its economic correspondent in
Jerusalem. According to the
newspaper. President Nixon did
not commit himself but promis-
ee: a definite answer in the near
future. The reports said that
Mrs. Meir left it up to the
I'm -dent to decide how the aid
would be rendered whether
by long term loan, a grant or by
very easy credit terms for the
rnrchase of military hardware
in the United States. Israel's
trade deficit stems from its
heavy expenditures abroad for
arms.
No Progress On Delivery
Of Mirages, Ebon Reports
MONTREAL (JTAIIsrael's
Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
who was here to address a fund-
raising dinner of the Combined
Jewish Appeal, told newsmen
no progress had been made to-
wards deliverv of the Mirage
jets in his talks with French
Foreign Minister Maurice Schu-
mann at the U.N.
He said peace, arms, and Is-
rael's interest in a firm Euro-
Economic Community posi-
tion had been discussed.
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Russell Chairman
For Second Year
(Continued from Page l-A)
tion Service and the YM-YWHA.
Mr. Russell, who twice served as
president of the Architectural
Aluminum Manufacturers Assn..
received the organization's "Out-
standing Member of the Year"
award in 1963. He served as pres-
ident of the Aluminum Extractors
Council in 196G and 1967, was vice
ROBERT RUSSELL
nan of the Extruded Prod-
u< Division of the Aluminum As-
Ion in 1967 and is a member
rr< sidi m's Advisory Council
from the Aluminum Association.
The chairmanship of the CJA-
>mi aign is another in a long
civic duties for Mr. Russell.
He is Ti isti e "i O d irs of Leb-
anon Hospital, has served on the
i, ter Miami Urban Coalition's
board of directors, is a Federation
vii presi lent and member of its
ex cutive committee, a vice presi-
dent of Temple Israel of dealer
Miami, and was recently appointed
; to the campaign cabinet of the
i national United Jewish Appeal.
*
It is interesting to note," said
| Mr. Russell, "that Israel today has
I 10't of its entire labor force in
uniform. In American terms, this
j would be an armed force of more
than 8 million men. Actually, the
United States has about 3*4 mil-
lion men fulfilling all Its global
I commitments, including Vic I Nam.
la ratio that means Israel's burden
is almost three times as greal as
thai carrli d by America.
"I acccpl this role, then fore,"
Mr. Russell said, "with a deep
sense of honor and responsibility
bi cause I n alizc thai this > ai 's
campaign mi y be the mosl im-
portant yet for th< si i v ival ol the
; II p< ople and the J< vvs of the
world."
Registration Open For Adult
Recreation Division Classes
Registration will be open daily
from 1 to -1 p.m. at Ocean Fronl
Auditorium. Flamingo Park, the
21 si Street Community Center and
Friendship Comer No. 3 for an
eight-week series ol adult classes
in art, sewing, bridge, canasta,
man iongg, ceramics, crafts, He-
brew, social dancing, round danc-
ing, kaluki, chess, tennis and music
I appreciation to bo held by the
Miami Beach Recreation Division.
The North Shore Teen Adull
Center will hold its registration
from 9 a.m. lo 4 p.m., and will also
registi r Ihi se inti rested in begln-
m r's round dancing ai 8 p.m. Sun-
nd those wishii g I i take in-
termediate bridge al 7 p.m. Mon-
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Rabb. David Raab, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Raphael,
Miarr.. Beach, presents a portrait by Jacques Van Aalten
10 tercel's Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman, left, during
his recent pilgrimage to Israel. The painting will be hung
In "Keichal Shlomo," in the Religious Ministry Building.
Herbert Magnes
w (Candidate For
W.B, City Council
JMiami Roach civic and business
Imti-r Herbert Magnes has an-
inci '. his candidacy for the City
Dunril in the election to be held
fcv. 1.
Mr. Megnes, who is president of
|hv L'nilr-d Tenants I.ontrue. is con-
Idorx-d author of the Tenants'
|ccuril; Hill passed by the 1%0
essio.'i the Florida state legis-
ture. hich went into effect on
rpt. The law requires land-
irds i' keep security deposits in
know and unminglcd with other
Inds.
A recii i ni of the Humanitarian
ard from the Four Freedoms
Bsociation of .Miami Beach. Mr.
;nes, who served as general
cl. i ii.).- of Miami Beach's 1968
en I i Palsy campaign, was this
ar inated as "Man of the
par" i'. the conn si spot sored by
fnai B'rith. He was a charter
emb r of Turf Lodge of B'nai
frith In New York, where he was
Ism active in the I'nit'd Jewish
[i.|>eal !!e and Mrs. Magnes do-
lled thi On n Kodesh (ark) in
Midchester Jewish Center in
ker X.V.. and are among the
!>noTtc*rs of the Diskin Orphan
lum and the Ml. Zion sanc-
iry. One of the earliest contrib-
irs to the Albert Kinstein Col-
of Medicine, his other major
aritles include the University of
knicago, Yeshiva University and
i w York Hospital.
In tin vanguard of Israel's sup-
orters since its inception, Mr.
Magnes, who served as chairman
of the board of J. f:. Plastics Man-
ufacturing Corp., the largest man-
ufacturer of plastic containers in
llie world, is a member of the
Miami Beach Power Squadron and
has developed his own stable of
pcfng horses, called Kastchester
arms.
In air bases throughout the
ll'irited States, 250 Arab pilots
Itiom -lordan, (..-Inuion. Libya,
Morocco, Tunisia and Saudi
(Arabia are Im>Iiik I mined to fly.
Reminder From Postmaster
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
advised that many special delivery
j items are being placed in the mails
' with insufficent postage attached.
Mr, Dunlap wishes to remind
I postal patrons that the fee for
i letters, letter packages, postcards
j and airmail items, not exceeding
| two pounds, has increased from
; 30c to 45c.
For prompt delivery of these!
; items, postal regulations require
. that the correct postage i>.' affix-1
i ed. according to the Postmaster.
Wometco Theatres
Announce
Of Price for Youth
Wometco Theatres offers savings
to parent-, and persons under it
viih their new admission prices
1 "!" sons under 17," effective
ber 15, 1969.
Wometco will be the first theatre
uil in the United States to
break the age line, as the prei lorn
dividing lino for children and ad-
ults all over ihe countrj has been
age l-'.
The new dividing line of "per-
under IT" was not chosen
arbitrarily: ii coincides with sruid-J
lines set by the Motion Picture
Association of America, and st i-
tutes passed by the Florida Stat
Lc Islature, which designate IT a-
the "adult" age for motion picture
viewers.
The new price policy at Wometco
Theatres throughout the State of
Florida will be "persons under \-
"."' subject lo slight increases'
on special engagements. Previously.'
persons from 12 through 16 paid a
student price, in most theatres,
which was normally 25c less than
the adult admission charged. With
the new price, there will be a sav-
ings for this age group ranging
from 50c to $1.25.
The new age limit will not apply
to Drive-in Theatres, since all
drive-ins will maintain the pre-1
sent policy of admitting children |
under 12 free when accompained j
by their parents.
Republic National Bank
Names Vice President
The board of directors of Re-
public National Bank of Miami
lias elected Miss i.ita Quejado a
vice president,
Louis S. Sisto,
president a n d
chairman of the
board, has an-
nounced. She
Will lake OVI r
the Business De-
velopment ami
Public Relations
acth iiies ni the
bank.
Miss Quejado.
who before be-
coming associat-
tl with Ri public National was an
associate professor at Barry Col-
lege and executive director ol the
Hi art Association ol Greater Mi-
ami, is a graduate ol the Univer-
sity of Detroit and Columbia Uni-
versity Law School. A resident of
Greater Miami for 15 years, she
lives with her parents In South
Miami.
Miss Qnejado
I Beth David's Fine
Arts School Opens
8-Week Program
The Fine Art. School of Both'
David will begin its Fall classi s
for children of all ages Wednesday,
Mis. Gillman, its newt) appointed
chairman, has announced. The -
cial eight-week program will in-
clude classes in ceramics, puppe-
try, arts and crafts.
Both David North f2625 S.W.
.". Ave.l will h c sses Iron: 2 0
to 4:00 p.m beginning Oct. 8,
ivhih Bi th Dm d South (7300 S.W.
120 St. i will hold classes :
3:30 io 5:30 i .m. starting < let 9
M. (iillman, v.ho .1 and
*U| ei ised the program at Beth
David South this past summer, is
\ a member of the Cer in ic Lea rue
or Miami. She is replacing retiring
eh lirman, Mis. Sol Land ill.
Adult classes in latch hook rug
weaving, flower making, ceramics
( and painting will be offered if
there i.s sufficient Interest.
Men's 0RT Honoring Brodys Mayor Dermer Guest Speaker
The testimonial dinner of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Men's
ORT at 6 p.m. Sunday in the
Morton Towers Restaurant. 1500
Bay Rd., Miami Beach, will honor
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Brody of
Morton Towers. Judge Henry' Bal-
aban will bo the guest speaker.
His wife, vocalist Marie Balaban.
will provide the entertainment.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer
| will be the guest speaker at the
| 1500 Men's Club breakfast meet-
1 ing in the Fort.' Towers Restau-
rant at 9 a.m. Sunday. He will be
introduced by program chairman
I David Stein, when the group as-
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,of the 1200 Building. Club presi-
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Volume 42
Friday, October 3, 1969
Number 40
21 TISHRI 5720
US Can Judge Who Wants Peace
President Nixon's reported description of Golda Meir as
"strong" is an apt one. This great leader of the State of
Israel has had to be like most Jewish mothers in adversity
strong. The fact that she heads a nation doesn't change
the character or the nature of her being as a Jewish mother.
Golda Meir is here to seek more arms aid from the
United States in keeping the State of Israel defensible. But
she is also here to let the American leadership know the
true attitudes of the Israelis, often times not clear because
of the nature of diplomatic language which is unlike any
other kind in the extent of its double-talk and hidden mean-
ings.
Hints of renewed Israeli flexibility on the crucial issue
of boundaries, followed by hints of possible direct nego-
tiations at the United Nations by the Egyptian foreign
minister (later officially denied by his own government),
restore a faint element of hope for at least revived dis-
cussions on a Middle East peace. The world can believe
the blunt-spoken Golda Meir when she says, as in a re-
cent television interview, that the question of territories is
secondary to a meaningful statement by Arab leaders that
they are repared to seek a real peace solution.
That statementagain, in diplomatic shorthand
seemed to have been made by the Egyptian leader, but
v/ho knows, or can trust, them when quick denials of peace-
ful intentions come so easily out of the Arab states? The
visit of Golda Meir to the United States will provide a great
opportunity for the American people to judge who wants
peace in the Middle East.
Help Of All Vital To United Fund
The 1969 United Fund campaign is underway in an
atmosphere of quiet confidence that the goal of $5 million
is not a far-fetched one for the Greater Miami community.
Only a few years ago, no one in this community would
have believed it possible, but today a maturing people is
ready to meet its responsibility towcrrd agencies which pro-
vide health, welfare and recreation of an ever-expanding
population.
It is hardly necessary to point out the role of Greater
Miami Jewry during the next nine weeks of the United
Fund campaign. As residents, we have an obligation to the
total community as much as anyone else, and this needs
no particular emphasis. What should not be forgotten is
that such Jewish agencies as the YMHA, Jewish Vocational
Service, Hcme for the Aged and Family and Children's
Service are supported, in part, by the United Fund.
Jewish leaders have played a major part in the success
of United Fund campaigns in the past, either as overall cam-
paign chairmen or in the top structure of the organization.
The help of all is vital if Greater Miami is to grow into the
second generation. The message is clear: give and help.
Tourist Influence Evident In Spain
The Jewish tourist seems to be having an extraordinary
influence on Spain, which has become one of the more
popular stops on the way to and from Israel these days.
How else can the news that a number of synagogues are
going to be rebuilt or restored in that land of Ferdinand
and Isabella and the Inquisition be accounted for?
One of those scheduled for restoration as a hitorical
monumentthere are no Jews in the townis the ancient
synagogue in Medinaceli, which was converted for Catho-
lic purposes in 1558 and used as a convent. Also due to be
restored soon are former synagogues at Cuenca and Ge-
rona. Again, not as places of worship but as monuments to
be viewed by touristsmainly Jews, we imagine.
Comment
I am somewhat Inclined t>
agree with Chicago Mayor Rich-
ard Daley's statement last week
that "We are for the right of
free speech ami for the right to
demonstrate IF it is done within
the framework of the law."
Reading of the anti >1 -
of th,' d< fendants as the ti
eight alleged l aders i : :
( nstrations which took
during the 1968 Cl
, rati Convi ntion got u
way, I am troubled. I believe
they are doing go at d ima
ti: se rights by acting I '-
But if the framework oi
law has collapsed so that w
s. em to be on the threshol
a police state, I am troul
even more. The history oi ...
liberties in the United Stat -
will put a label of "The Chi
8" on this group, adding to a list
which includes "The Oakland T."
"The Catonville 9," "The Mil-
waukee 13" and "The Boston 3"
of Spock and company. The
numbers don't matter; what is
disturbing is the common thread
that binds these defendants from
coast-to-coast: the charge that
they "conspired" to commit cer-
tain acts.
I am prejudiced against the
word conspiracy, whether used
by John Birchers. Communists
the Federal government, or one
of its sovereign states. The law
of conspiracy is so broad and so
vague that it has become a pow-
erful political weapon. One is
said to conspire when he adopts,
along with others, a common de-
sign to commit an unlawful act
or a lawful act in an unlawful
manner, if you can understand
that. You don't even have to
know your fellow conspirators,
as was brought out in the Spook
trial. AH you have to do, a < rd-
Lng to most of thi e laws (th ij
vary from state to state). Is to
adopt a 'common desigi
During one of the Moscow
- .. _. i trials In th 1930's, a
", n jpirator" conf< ~s to hav-
ing entered into the unlav
I : when he saw a fellow
- ator" a toss I street oi
ki '"
I." he sai I.
As a reporter. 1 ; i
trial in v
of the del ts '
at tli f tli
conspire y case, yet it <
iry : r politii a r is -
I ..,.- an unidentifii I
Doe" had be* :i tied In t. the
phony plot. Logii did i'1 count
here, only the desire to punish
dissent.
Most of us are not about to
be affected by conspiracy laws
or with Strom Thurmond's anti-
riot bill which the "Chicago 8"
are charged with conspiring t i
violate, for most of us are con-
tent to sit by and watch demon-
strations on television, choosing
up Bides based on the pictures
we're shown or the information
fed to us.
But there are some, maybe
people you know, who could be-
come the "Miami 15" in a few
weeks during a demonstration
against the war in Viet Nam be-
cause, as the American Civil
Liberties Union says regarding
Strom Thurmond's law: "The
effect will be felt most keenly
not by those who are bent on
causing death and destruction,
but upon those who desire to
work for social changes within
the framework of the law." That
is the same framework Mayor
Daley was referring to.
by EDWARD COHEN
It is also the framework >
which we accept the killing ,
19-year-old boy for attempt ;
to pass a forged narcotic
scription. We were told he was
not shot for that but for t.
to escai>e after being arresl
and as I write this, only one
article dealing with this sh ik-
ing story has appeared. A
we are adjusting I
in :< state whi r police, or i
agents, have a li -
kill even for the most ti
ise. We remain
I do not b lieve I am ;i
v a ; I hj si ria when I say t il
not only CAN it happen
but, in some ways, it IS hap
ing her.'. S ime of these c ins
acy cases appear to be
harassmentno small thins in
itself in the struggle against
war or for civil lights : i
jury acquitted the "Oaklan I
a higher court threw out I
Spock conviction, and the big I w
courts undoubtedly will reverse
the convictions of others. But
the effect of such harassment is
to stifle dissent, to frighten off
those who cannot easily accept
arrest and -possible jail sentence
to create an atmosphere of
fear.
The answer to this. I suppose,
is to turn our streets over to
the Tom Haydens and Abbie
Hoffmans and let them fight it
out with the police while we
watch it all on the telly.
I, for one, want neither tie
SDS state nor the police state.
Perhaps our last hope for de-
mocracy is to take the course of
open conspiracyto be part of a
"common design" on behalf of
the Bill of Rights.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
TAM QUAN. Binh Dinh Prov-
ince Three years ago, you
needed two strong U.S. regi-
ments to come here; two 5
ago, one regiment: and last
at least a battalion. N iw ; > :
can drive to this little district
town in Binh Dinh Province In a
Jeep.
That does not mean that Tarn
Quan is a military health resort
by any means. It simply m 1
that the new and rational kind
1 : [ acificatlon, which puts se-
c rity for the people far ahead
of hearts and minds." has al-
ready much eroded th'1 strength
and even more drastically af-
f cfc d the combativcness of the
Vi t C >ng.
L'nd r the aegis of the greatly
a igment< d regional and poi
i 11 5, which are being brilliant-
tided by men of the 17 U
Airborne Briga le, about half of
the district's 83.000 people arc
now enjoying reasonable secur-
ity for the first time since the
war began. The task of giving
si 1 urity to all the rest is well
i" hand: an 1 there remain only
ft> :ia.". i> 'obtaining about
3.000 p rsons, that are still un-
d r VC 1 ontrol,
Sine t whol district was
under iron VC control as rec mt-
as las) 1 iber, th new situ-
ation repi its startling pr g-
ress. But that does not mean the
is fit :- d, by any me 11 -
The V'C armed strength
Tain Quan has been reduci
about one-third since the r.-w
! ir, Furthermore, when two
guerrillas fall or defect 'and a
g >ol many are defecting) I
V appai itus nowadays appar-
fin 1 more than on '
nt, and that on
: > ittle boy or a woman.
B .' th 'VCg a sti ngth ii
... till 1 ibers u
5 job
a id.
In n trlcts, the
i- :,,! moi irly complet
thai here n Tan: Qua.:. 1
the picture here noi tl
a go ;d s hemat
'' al eporter has. lie
i : >Jj^^hoppii.u- ti-
the prxyS Wii %
QuanglH Pi.Qiiang Tin.
picture in ttkW three provinces
is altogether- different from t
picture in the provincea this re-
porter has previously describe I,
There the VC structure is vasty
more depleted, whereas in these
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Friday. October 3. 1969
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The Beach Boys
Maybe you think nobody in the Now Generation is over nineteen.
Maybe you think fun and happiness and dreams and plans for the
future are kid stuff.
Maybe you're wrong.
For example, take some of our friends who are over 39. And who
are all over the beaches of South Florida.
They're having the time of their lives. Swimming. Sunning. Playing
shuffieboard. And playing with their grandchildren.
And sitting back collecting money on their money.
They earn 4W%, compounded quarterly, on our passbook savings
accounts. And 5Yi% on our savings certificates.
They don't have to worry about getting ulcers worrying about the
ups and downs of the stock market. They can relax with a sure thing
like a savings account, rather than take risks that could take the fun
out of today. And the security out of tomorrow.
Many of them have their savings accounts at Flagler Federal, not
because we promise higher dividends than other savings and loan asso-
ciations. Or because we have a closer location. But because we have a
closer understanding of the kind of attention they expect. And deserve.
And get.
So the next time you hear somebody talking about an independent
generation that wants to sing and laugh and have fun rather than
spend all its time worrying about money, remember, they're talking
about our people: The Beach Boys.
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Friday, October 3 1989
U.S., Israel Differ On
The Big Power Talks
(Continued from Page l-A)
j i i s there is no point in draw -
ing maps among ourselves."
Asked to explain how Israel
I say "i lerything was m go-
liable" when ii has annexe 1 East
salem and established si t-
tlenn ms in the Golan Heights,
her reply was, The Arabs may
bring up the question of Jerusa-
lem, but that does not mean we
don't have ideas where we will
be after a settlement. Israel did
r.oi ask anybody to agree to
anything before we sit down."
she added.
Israel as a state has "no for-
mal obligations" towards Arab
refugees, Mrs. Mt-ir said. The
1948 Arab-Israi Ii war which was
responsible for the displacement
of the refugees was lOOVr the
i sensibility of the Arab states.
she declared. Noting that Israel
has accommodated more than a
million refugees, about 700.000
Of them Jews from .Moslem eoun-
tries and .'5000.000 stateless Jews
from Europe, she contrasted
this with what the Arab states
have done with their "brothers."
Israel is prepared to do its share
to alleviate the refugee problem,
i .. vcr, shi said. It has already
readmitted 50,000 refugees and
is willing to pay compensation to
t rest.
Russia, she claimed, does not
peace and is an enemy of
Israel. It i>< ars major responsi-
bility for the June, 1967 war. she
She fei Is the l 'nit. d States
and the Soviet Union should
i. it their negotiations to a
I ch for "ways and means to
i ihe two parties together,"
a role which might !>c "very
valuable."
In an address before the Na-
tional Press ci ib on Friday, the
i i Minister had det Ian d
i no i 11 ssure whatsoever had
been I v ii' 'i upon Israel to
withdraw from occupied terri-
tories. "We won't budge an inch
bi fore there is a peace settle-
ment." she said. Stressing thai
Israel seeks peace and is pre-
pared to enter negotiations if
the Arabs send a delegation to
meet face to face with Israelis,
she declared that peace is possi-
ble if the Arabs will accept Is-
rael's existence, in which case
"everything" is open for discus-
Bion. "Arab leaders will have to
laee the responsibility of telling
their people that the time has
come for peace with Israel," said
Mrs. Meir.
Asked if she obtained addi-
t il military > aircraft from
Mr. Nixon, she replied, "There
has been a policy followed by
i 1 S, government of sensitiv-
ity to the balance of power in
t Middle East. This is the pol-
icy being followed now. and I
have reason to believe il will lie
followed also in the future."
Vice President SpiroT. Agnew
and the ambassadors ol many
nations were among the gu sts
at a reception in honor of Mrs.
Mi i givi n Friday by Ambassa-
dor Yit hak Rabin. Envoys Horn
Rumania, France, West Ger-
many, England and othei coun-
tries came to honor Israel's Pre-
mier, and <>ii Saturday she met
1 with veteran statesman W. Ave-
iell Harriman. Sunday she had
luncheon with former vice presi-
de .it Hubert H. Humphrey.
Albert H. Kahn Named
Chairman Of The Board
Miami insurance executive Al-
j bert H. Kahn has been named
j chairman of the boand of Kahn-
Carlin Insurance Company, Inc..
j the successor to Cravitt-Kahn In-
surance Agency, of which he was
. cretary-treasurer for 12 years.
A graduate of the University of
Florida, where he earned a B.B.A.
Harry Golden Civic
Forum Speaker At
Convention Hall
i v i; ilden, Ann rica's best-
loved social critic and author ol
Only in America" and "For
Plain." will be the featured speak-
... at the Washingl >n Federal Civic
Forum at the Miami Beach C in-
vention Hall on October 9, 19
The' Civic Forum has been a
community service of Washington
Federal Savings and I.e.an Associa-
tion for thirteen years. Past speak-
ers hive' incl ided Vice President
Hubert Humphrey. Senator Wayne'
Morse, and Ambassador Arthur
Goldberg,
Mr. Golden has appeared in a
previous Civic Forum for Wash-
ington Federal, and had turn-away
crowds at the Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall.
Tickets are available to Wa-ii-
, ington Federal account holders at
the following Washington Federal
offices: 1701 Washington Avenue.
1133 Normandy Drive and 1234
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach:
and H99 N.K. 167th Street, North
Miami Beach.
Jack D. Gordon. President. Ar-
thur H. Courshon, Chairman of the
Board of Washington Federal, and
Congressman Claude Pepper, of
Washington Federal's Board of
Directors, will also appear em the
program.
In June. IfK.T, about 1.000
.Jewish residents "t Egypt were
jailed Without trial. At the' same
time, all -lews living in Egypt
wen- stripped "t all civil liber-
t ics.
Maj. A. H. Leonard. Jr. (center), Chief of Detectives of !
Beach Police Department, inspects the newly installed
night depository facility at the Corner Bank of Miami 3each
which is believed to be "virtually burglcr proof." Shown
demonstrating the equipment is Stephen H. Came: deft)
president and chairman of the board of the bank while
Robert D. Lang, senior vice president, looks on.
Morion Pictures Being Shown At local Womefeo Tneatres
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Opining FrMay at the Miami,
| Miracle. 163rd Strut. Carlyle.
I Plaza-Hollywood and Boca Raton
is 'Stiletto," a jet-set drama with
adventure and underworld intrigue'
{starring Alex Corel. Brltt Kklund
and Patrick O'Neal. Showing at
i the Mayfair and Suns. I Theatres
is ihe Claude dial ion film "Les
. Biches."
At the Coral Way Drive-In the
double bill is "Daddy's Gone A-
Hunting" and "Twisted Nerve."
The two features at the North
I Dade Drive-In arc "The Love Bug"
and "Youi s. Mine and i Kirs."
'Funny Girl," starring garbra
Streisand and Omar Shu : again
is being held over at t Carib,
Twin 2 and Hallandale Theatres;
Oliver." rated i'st picti ol the
year, continues its run at tl Gate-
ivaj and Twin 1.
A collection e>f inti : >
semblagcs by artist Ke eth \.
Kerslake is on i xhibi
Washington Federal i uildine,
1701 Mi idi : Aw..
eh, w hi n it w be d
until Oct. 16.
ALBERT H. KAHN
degree in insurance' and finance'.
Mr. Kahn. who serves on the
boards of directors of Richford In-
dustries. Inc.. Olahcn Overseas.
Inc., Tech-Aerofoam Products,
Inc., Superior Window Company
and U.S. Standard Corporation, is
a member of the Florida Associa-
tion of Insurance Agents and the
Million-Dollar Round Table. He
and his wife are the parents of
two daughters.
Electric rates have gone
down eleven times since 1957 f
In one sense, your electric meter is a
gateway. Through it, electric power
brings into your home dozens of
comforts and conveniences, from air
conditioning through automatic
dishwashing.
And almost as remarkable as the
variety of ways in which nameless
electric serves you is how little it
costs. '1 he average price paid per
kilowatt hour by FPL-served
families today is one-third less than
it was in 1957. Isn't that a pleasant
surprise in these days of fast-rising
prices? yW ,
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Three
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so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
Published M t piftlte nrvles to eoao-
ration with TM Ad/lftliln Council
The warm greeting of
your Welcome Wagon
hostess with "The Most
Famous Basket in the
World" will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
way toward new and
lasting friendships.
If you are new in town,
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Friday, Octocer 3, 1969
fJewisti ncradHann
Page 7-A
Siegel Elected President
Of Brandeis, District ZOA
Meyer Siegel veteran Zionist War Veterans Posts in upper New
uder and oni the founders o'
Bi andeis i Hsl. id of the Zionist
York State. He is also active in the
local JVVV activities, is a member
i inization of America, h is be n .i Temple Beth Rap ia; I qj Miami
, cted preside* Hi* Bi ndrW tff Sfi v hi i .v,!,-'
}
Ii -ii i'-t which .- ied of m m-
om the North si,
ol M imi Beach Mr. Sic: 1, who
li.is served for the past 10 years
as financial si I iry ol the Bran-
i !. i (strict, is i past president of
Ihe Schenectady, N.Y., Zionist
istrict and of the Board of the
Kmpire State Zionist Region. He
i is set ved fu se\ eral y< irs as a
i. ember ol the Board of Governors
the South-- isl Region of th<
lion with their Israel Bond
.'>: Ivt*.
Sii I was honored by
drive. Mi Siegel was honored by
thi> Brandeis District rece tlj as
"The Man ol th Year" at their
annual banquet, and hi s : \ d as
h chaii man of the Brandeis i>is-
trlct's annual b inq lei la it >
it which time a Roc n was di I
cited by the District in the K
; A of the Jewish National Fund Silver Agricultural High School
C-, uncil of Gre Her Miami, and was : maintained by the ZOA in Ashkel-
.... ... on. Israel. He and Mrs. Ste-el
ol the or- i tzersol the Jewish|gpen( e|gh( months |n ,s]a u|vn,
they made a special study tour ol
Kfar Silver and the other ZOA
proji cts.
The new administration's first
meeting will be held in the Wash-
ington Federal Building, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr., Miami Beach, Monday
evening, and is open to the public.
a program entitled "Lei My People
Go" which will describe th" treat-
ment of Soviet Jews will be given
by Abraham Grossman, who re-
cent!) returned Iron Russia. A
social hour will follow the open
meeting, which the community is
l invited to atten 1.
QUOTABLE Ql'OTES
"Everj lii\iir.\ must In- paiil I or.
ami everything is a luxury, start-
ing with being in tin- world/'
Pavese
William B. Smith To
Teach Appraisal Course
The basic principles, methods
and techniques of appraising will
b covered in a
course ottered
gj oy ihe American
institute of Real
Estate Apprais-
ers at the Unir
versit; ol Mary-
land Oct. 6-18.
! iructors will
be William B.
smith, vice pres-
ide -it ol Miami
Bi ai h Federal
Savings & \
Association, and
David L. Mon-
York.
Information on enrollment may
be obtained from the American In-
stitute of Real Estate Appraisers,
ir>:> k. sup, rior St., Chicago, III.
60611.
Gl Kill Checks For Jimr Held Bv VA
Mr. Smith
tonna oi New
Many vi terans who were on-
rolli d in coll gi la it semester have
thus far fail" d to send in th. ir
end-of-ti rm Cert of At-
!' ndance card, Donald E. Johi
oi the Veterans Administration
says, and cannot be paid in the up-
coming school ti mi until they do.
The VA, h s id, is hoi lin
hall a million dollars worth ol
Juni G.I. Bill ehi eks, which ca -
n ilh iaili d until the atti nd
cai d re achi s \".\ computi i -.
The required card a w hite ,",\7
card w ith a i lite stripe across ih
top which cei tifics to the VA that
Ihe spring i i m was con pleted
should b mailed in immodiati ....
Mr, Johnson sal I. A lost i ard i an
be replaced by requesting another
from the V'A's regional offic in
St. Petersburg. No money will be
sent in the upcoming school term
'until these regulations are com-
plied with, Mr. Johnson empha-
sized.
-
Realtors Offer Pamphlet On
Laws Affecting Homeowner
In coop, ration w ith thi n alty
i oar. ol Da and B I
I o ml ii S, til" -1 : i
Board i ors are
spot ii ,
U af let cut it I
ng Lav Owners."
foldi r covet deral and I
s on 0|-en H I what
v\itii thi law uh oii.i,
i ty for sale.
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Friday, October 3, 1969
Welcome Set For New Israel Bond Director
Michael Litvak, newly appointed
director of Israel Bonds in Greater
Miami and Florida, will be offici-
ally welcomed to the community
at the first Fall luncheon meeting
of the Board of Governors of the
Israel Bond Organization Wednes-
day at noon in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Hosting the luncheon at which
plans will >*> projected for the in-
tensified Israel Bond activities oi
the new year will be Dr. Irving
Leh:n-an. chairman of the Board
ol Governors and spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-El. and James
M. Albert, chairman of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
In announcing the meeting, Dr.
Lehrman and Mr. Albert expressed
gratification over the ap|K>int-
nient of Mr. Litvak to head the
Israel Bond efforts in this area.
They noted that Mr. Litvak. a
Sabra. and member of a prominent
Israeli pioneer family, comes to
Miami with a record of stellar
achievements on behalf of the
strengthening of Israel's economy.
Prior to coming to Miami. Mr.
Litvak served as head of the Is-
rael Bond effort in the north-
Western region of the United
States, with headquarters at
Seattle. Under his leadership, his
area, which included Alaska and
Hawaii as well as the northwestern
state; of the continental United
States, achieved one of the high-
est oer capita Israel Bond sales
record in the worldwide Israel
Bond Program.
c-on of the late Dr. Avram
Litvak, founder of the Kupot
ChoV.m hospital program in Is-
ra*' Mr. Litvak was educated in
Israel, France. Italy and the Unit-
ed States, and holds degrees from
the Sorbonne. Paris, and Trinity
College in Texas.
Mr Litvak's father, who came
to L'-ael prior to World War I.
was the first doctor to practice in
Tei \\\\ and later headed two
hos^tals there. In addition to
four-ling th- Kupot Cholim. he
also founded the renowned sani-
torium at Mt. Canaan near Sfat.
While still a youth in high school,
Michael Litvak enrolled in the
Haganah. the secret Jewish army,
and during World War II served,
with the British.
I
Following the war. he went to
Paris to study at the Sorbonne.
With the imminence of Israels
statehood, he returned to Israel in
U'47 to fight in the War of Inde-'
i pendence, serving in the Intelli-
gence Services of the Haganah.
In 1951 he came to the United
States to assist in mobilizing eco-
nomic support for the infant state
through the investment sector,
joining the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion in 1934. alter first serving with
Ampal.
He was supervisor of the Israel
Bond effort in the midwest area:
with headquarters in Chicago and
in IMS was assigned to head the
Israel Bond activities in the north-
western region of the United |
States.
Mr. and Mrs. Litvak, who will;
make their home in Miami, have
two daughters. Jane, ten and Judi-
th, nine. Mrs. Litvak is a former
advertising executive with J. Walt-
er Thompson, the giant advertis-
ing agency. Prior to this, she was
with th Columbia Broadcasting
System in New York. Sh con-
ducted her own television program,
serving as the moderator a
current topics discussion bi a '
cast.
Mr. and Mrs. Litvak have been
active in the communal life of th-
areas in which they resided. In
Chicago. Mr. Litvak was a found-
er of B'nai Emuna Congregati n
in Skokie. Illinois. In Seattle, he
was a member of the Board of the
Herzl Conservative Congregation.
K* was honored by the Com-
munity Center for his services in
helping to build the Center as:
chairman of the building drive.
"Among the many philanthropic
and civic organizations of which
he is a member and in which he
has served key roles of leadership
are Variety, B'nai B'rith and Jew-
ish War Veterans.
For the past five years, he has
,.; feieg itions to Israel f >r met t-
; ;9 with top members of
n-.ont. industrj and milil trj ser-
vices.
fVmori the activiti I be '
. ..
ting will be the forthc
series ot synagogue dinners for Is-
ls, the Ch inukah Festival
ind th Ambassa I r's Ball.
Israel Air Force Col. Peleg Tamir
To Make Peace Award Program
Col. Peleg Tamir. one of the top
commanders of Israel's Air Force
for two decades, will represent his
country in presenting the Jerusa-
lem Peace Award to Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Cooper Saturday evening.
Oct. 11. at the Beth Sholom-Israel
Dinner of State in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Dr. Leon Kronish. na-
HEBREW TEACHER
licensed, with good referenc-
es, will consider pari time or
even private Issons. JE 2-8717.
Deputy Commander-in-Chief for
Personnel and Administration of
Israel's Air Force, and also as its
Chief of the Administrative Office
of the Technical School, head of
the office of the Chief Instructor
of the Flying School, chief instruc-
tor in the School for General Stud-
. ies. and as chief of the Headquar-
ters Organization Branch.
Col. Tamir began his military
career as a youth, joining the Ha-
ganah. the underground Jewish
defense organization established
during the British Mandate. He
was arrested in 1915 by British au-
thorities for participating in Ha-
ganah activities. After two years
in prison, he escaped and rejoined
Haganah. which had been mergi d
with the Israel Defense Forces at
about the time the State of Israel
declared its nationhood.
Daring Israel's War of Indepen-
|i nee, he ) rved for a short period
with an infantry division in the
Negev sector. After a few months
he enlisted in Israel's embryonic
Air Force and has remained with
it ever since, playing a significant
role in the expansion ar.d modern-
ization of his country's air arm.
which military experts rate as sec-
ond to none in the Middle Last,
and presently servos as director
genera! of the Manufacturers' As-
sociation of Israel, which repre-
sents ar.d superinten '.- tIt private
r oi Israel's in lust rj
Dr. Kronish Reports
Record Synagogue
Purchases Of Bonds
Reflecting their material as nil
as spiritual kinship with their
brethren in Israel. Miami's J.y. ,,
purchased a record S354.70O in fa.
ra< 1 Bonds during the traditional
synagogue appeals of th.' H
Holy Days, Dr. Leon Kronish, t
spiritual leader of Tempi, Bn
. Sholom. and national chairman for
synagogue appeals has announced.
Nearly every synagogue and
t, mple in Greater Miami joined in
the annual effort to strengl
Israel's economic 6e\
;. ported, many of them dui li
High Holy Day services, others at
i gi ri< s of dinm rs in ben i : of
[si a -i B i Is.
Synagogues of a!! th-
s oi JudaismOrthodox, i
scnative and Reformhave i
in the forefront of the comr il
Israel Bond effort, Dr. K ,
noted, stressing that the res
this year was particularly gratify-
ing in view of the current crises in
the Middle East.
Among those who took pa i
the High Holy Day appeal- were
Rabbi Isaac Hirsch Ever, A i
Israel Hebrew Institute;
Solomon Schiff. Beth HI
gation; Rabbi Berel Wein Beth
Israel Congregation; Rabbi M a
Shapiro. Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskji
Beth Tfilah Congregation: Rabbi
Tibor H. Stern. Jacob C. Con
Community Synagogue: Rabbi
Charles M. Rubel, Congregatio
B'nai Raphael; Rabbi Alexanda
Gross. Hebrew Academy; Rabbi
Avrom L. Drazin. Israelite C
Rabbi David Lehrfield. Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation; Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan Sky Lake Synagogue;
Rabbi Naftali Porush. Young Is-
rael of Greater Miami:
Mayer Abramowtlz, Tempi Me
i norah. and Dr, Eugene Labm U
Temple N-r Tami!.
Addition il app als were i it
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Temple Beth Sholom. has an-1
nounced. A 6:30 p.m. reception in
honor of Col. Tamir will precede
the dinner at seven o'clock.
Plans for the annual event,
which traditionally is the first syn-
agogue dinner in behalf of Israel
Bonds on the Fall communal cal-
endar, were completed at a recep-
tion given for the members of the
corps of hosts by Mr. and Mrs.
David Miller, chairmen of the
host committee, at their home on
Allison Island.
Col. Tamir has fulfilled numer-
I ous top-level assignments during
. his 20 years with the Israel Air
Force. In the Six-Day War. he
served as Chief Adjutant to Gen.
Mordechai Hod. commanding offi-
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played a decisive role in Israel's
victory. He was responsible for the
exchange and return of Israeli pi-
lots captured in Arab countries
during the war.
Col. Tamir had previously been
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Dedication Sunday Of Lauer Memorial At Haven School
The dedication of the new Lauer
Memorial Work Activities Center
will take place at Haven School
for th" Mentally Retarded, located
on Hospital Road, South Miami, at
2 p.m. Sunday.
Parents of students as well as
friends of Haven School are in-
vib d to attend the openine of the
long-awaited center, which has
been named for one of the school's
benefactors, the late Dr. Samuel
Lauer of Miami Beach, who. with
his wife, did a gnat deal to make
the Activities Center possible.
Tin' coloi......'Mil from Home-
stead Air Force Base will present
the colors after brief dedication
spe ches, a:-.! three members of
th- b>ard. with the assistance of
Mrs. Lauer. will cut the ribbon. A
guided tour of the school and re-
freshments will follow th- libbon-
cutting ceremonies. In addition to
the workshop housrd in th" new
! ;i ier Mi u:a: Work Activities
r, a tropical plants and foli-
age nui proj I will be housed
in th" school's new facility.
Louis Farr< :i is executive direc-
tor of ii: Haven School, which
'as bol i -i lent an 1 'lav stu-
dents enrolled: Michael Shores is
president of its board of directors.
Deborah Hospital Chapter
The first meeting of the new
year ui!! b? held by the Greater
Miami Chapter of Deborah Hos-
pital at noon Tuesday in the Al-
giers Hot. I, Members will bring
tin ir own cards for the games to
fi II iw th discussion of the fund-
raising elans for the coming year.
Mrs. Hannah Levous, president,
will preside at the meeting.
James M. Albert, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization, extends a warm welcome to Michael
Litvak. newly appointed head of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion in Miami and Florida. Mr. Litvak will be welcomed
officially at the first Board of Governors luncheon meeting
cf the Israel Bond Organization on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Aaron Kravitz To Receive
Jerusalem Peace Award
Aaron Kravitz, a prominent
business, civic and phi! inthropic
leader who is a member of the
boarl ol governors of Beth David
Congregation, will be the recipient
ot the Jerusalem Peace Award.
Rabbi So) Landau, spiritual leader
of Beth David Congregation, has
ai.nounc< d.
The award, an historic plaque
bearing an inscription in Hebrew
->>:;.,'.:,'.;._>'
AARON KRAVITZ
from the ; rophet Isaiah on a bas-
relief map of the ancient walled
City of JcKisalcm. will be present-
ed to Mr. Kravitz at the annual
Beth David-Israel Dinner of State
in the I fainebleau Hotel Sun-
day, Oct. 19.
Rabbi Landau, noting that the
i scription from the Book of Isaiah
i a is: F : Zion's sake, I shall not
k ;> silent. For Jerusalem's sake.
I shall not rest." declared. 'This
Insci iption is a fitting testimonial
to Aaron Kravitz, who has for
many years been a dedicated sup-
porter in the upbuilding of Israel
and has given outstanding leader-
ship in building the State. We are
proud that Aaron Kravitz has been
chosen for this high honor. It
brings honor not only to him but
to our Congregation and the en-
tire community."
Mr. Kravitz has earned commu-
nity-wide esteem for his service to j
many worthy causes in addition to
the synagogue and the strengthen-
ing of Israel. He is a member of
the board of governors of the Is-
rael Bond Organization and of the
United Jewish Appeal, a vice pn s-
ident of the Jewish Home for the
Aged and chairman of the Thrift
Shop Committee, and is a member
oi Hibiscus Lodge. B'nai B'rith..
Mr. Kravitz, who with the late
William Weintraub founded the
116-stcre Eagle Army-Navy chain.
biggest discount chain in the state
of Florida, is its pn sident, and
the president and chairman of the
board of Dade Wholesale Products,
Inc. He and Mr. Weintraub came
to Miami from Newark, N.J.. and
founded the chain in 1945, starting
their business in Hialeah. and
shortly afterwards opening a store j
on Biscayne Blvd.. a site which be-
, came the No. 1 store from which
the present chain began.
Mr. and Mrs. David Issenberg.
chairmen of the host committee,
will give a reception for members
of the corps of hosts at their home
in Coral Gables Sunday evening,
during which plans for the Beth
David-Israel Dinner of State will
be completed.
Bureau's College of Jewish Studies Adds
College Credit, Teacher License Courses
Collegi credit courses will be
add d to ;he courses offered by
th" Bureau of Jewish Fiucation's
College Jewish Studies this
year, according to a:: announce-
i nl by | nan president Leonard
Zilbert. Three credits for each
course will be granted through the
University of Wisconsin.
Instructor for the credit courses
to be offi I at the South Branch
of the Col ge of Jewish Studies in
the University of Miami's Hillel
House and at the North Dade
Branch in Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, North Miami Beach, will be
Dr. Joseph Diamond, emeritus ex-
ecutive director of the Toronto
Board of Jewish Education. The
courses will consist of a survey of
Hebrew literature and culture and
Bible archaeology.
A total of 15 courses will also
be offered by the College of Jewish
Studies at both branches leading
towards qualification for weekend
teachers' licenses through the Bu-
n au's Board of License, and five
Courses will be offered in prepara-
tion for Hebrew teachers' licenses
ri cognized by the National Board
of License of the American Asso-
ciation for Jewish Education.
The College will be co-sponsored
this year by Hillel House and the
I congregations of the Israelite Cen-
ter, Beth David, Temple Beth Am,
Tempi.' Beth Tov, Temple Judea.
Temple Or Olom, Temple Zamora,
Temple Zion, Temple Adath Y/esh-
urun, Beth Moshe, Beth Torah,
B'nai Raphael. Sky Lake Syna-
gogue. Tempi.- Sinai of North
Dade. and Young Israel of Greater
Miami. All courses are open to col-
lege students, adults and Jewish
teachers.
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Friday, October 3, 1969

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
"TFilalh Ageshem"
. RABBI SAD1 is. NAHMIAS
-. -iiiKii. .li-\.i-li Center, M.B.
\ia|n; rutrush umorid
r' i m ... Hi- I and
ihis parti ;'.> of
\i/ i'. i.'. we will ii' r
.. i for
r .1 i n, "t'l
," '! is
is the
intimation
of the coming
w inu i. the
rain> ason in
ih( Holy Land.
Henceforth, In
our silent d< vo-
tion, we ill ex-
tol the Almighty
as being the \
"mashiv haruah
i lorid ageshem One who
the w ind and brings dow n .
rain."
7i is interesting to note that
i v.imI "ruah" wind has an-
ler meaning: "spirit." And the
.id "j.esh "I ial substance.
We speak of the material, the
ysical, as "gashmuth." Perhaps
tl is is so because the wind, though
feel it. is abstract to our sight
Rabbi Xahmais
We don't see the wind we see
i!' ,i which is mo\ d by the ind.
Rain, on the oth t hand, can be
.. M a- fc It. The mat. rial
,,i essential I i the i arth's
fruitfulni ss, can i e si i n cl< ai l> i
nci it ri pn s nts the physical
i nd the material.
We pray for rain. If. God forbid.
th< winier months are nol blessed
with the abundance of rai i,
drought ma: set in, followed by
disasti r and famine.
We recognize thai the Al-
mighty's causing the wind to move
the clouds is essential to a fruitful
world.
II we can be "mashiv horuach
umorid hagoshem"stirring our
spirits and reducing the slate of
the material; if we can l>e "ma/-
kirin g'vuroth g'shomim b'tchiat
hamaytim" those who mention
the might of the physical in the
context of the resurrection of the
.1. ad who live in spirit, then we
can await the fulfillment of God's
gifts of wind and rain, the resur-
rection of I he deceased whom we
memorialize at Yizkor, and the ful-
fillment of our petition "livraha
\'lo liklala for blessing, not
for curse;" "Tchayim v*lo lamovel
. for life anil not for death."
Temple Judea Sets
Art Festival Week
Temple Judea will sponsor an
exhibit ind sale of Contemporary
A;t durln the w.ek of I Ictober
12-19. The public is invited to at-
- m I
The i' ux Art Co.....ittee f the
T >mp has d< .ignated th a,
Art Fi s':' 1 Week. A c cktail
party in the Temple Au I
on S in I Oct. er 12 frot i I :> m.
I,, t wil pen tl
Th hov en dail;
' the .....i > five P.M
on 3 >ber 18 fi
to 10:03 p.m.
I Friday evening October IT. dc-
ated as iijs M-si'in S. bbath,
I will I: led by Mr. Sim Stetson.
ell knewti art connoisseur
| portrait artist
The festivities will close with an
1 art auction and sale on Sunday
\ October \9 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The entire show has been arrang-
ed by the Collectors Art Gallcrj
j of Miami.
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"The Six-Day War is over; but
| the Seventh Day, the day of rest,
has not yet been gained."
It/hak Rabin. Israel's
Ambassador to the United States
P^euyioMS <^<
er vices
Question
Box
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
21 TISHRI6:46
41sop
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why are the evening services
(Maariv) delayed later than
anal on Saturday night?
It is a Jewish tradition to ex-
1 id the hours cf the Sabbath j
I Hi by taking on the Sabbath !
rarlier than sunset on Friday and \
ur than sundown on Saturday j
i ight. The practical reason for j
tl is is to demonstrate our love for I
Sabbath and our desire to re- !
lain it as long as possible. Just as i
e anticipates the arrival of a
,'Ored guest and tries to delay
I departure, so do we treat the
5 bbath by anticipating its arrival
; d delaying its departure.
Another reason for this exten-
n of time is that, if one would
ii until the last minute to ac-
i pt the Sabbath and take leave
( it at the first possible minute,
i e may very will erroneously vi-
ce io Sabbath because of a
gjudgmi nt in time. The extra
i 'i .;<' :. on before its arrival
I l tor iis di pal lure is a means
assurance against this possible
i ii
"riie rabbis of the mystic tradi-
n explain that if the expiration
a Sabbath is postponed the
Is which are freed on the Sab-
th from tin fiery hell of Gehim-
m will have a longer ixuiod of
ief.
Wh.\ is a special blessing made
er a eandle on Saturday night?
A number of reasons are given
this blessing, particularly on
- turday night. One answer is
t since kindling a light on the
- i hath is prohibited, there has
en an interruption in man's ac-
; :iy in kindling the light. There-
in makes a benediction the
-l tinK a light is kindled after
ii i- inu miption.
A second reason is that light
s originally created on the tint
ol creation, and man pro-
nounces the blessing of light on
Saturday night as a thanks to
God for having created it.
The third explanation is that
this emulates the experience of
Adam, who after having sinned on
Friday found himself in darkness I
on Saturday night for the first {
time until the Almighty showed
him how to rub two stones to-
gether to create fire and light, i
Man thus thanks the Almighty for ;
having shown his ancestors how- to
create light in the darkness.
Some claim that the kindling of
the light commemorates the pillar j
, I lire which the Almighty sent to
Adam on the first Saturday night
since he was frightened lest t'l
serpent might tempt him a in
and he did not have the protection |
of the Sabbath to watch over him. i
Why is it necessary to have a
; Minyan (a forum of io males)
: present for the wedding cere-
niony'.'
The Talmud iKetuboth 7:Bl ,
traces this requirement from the
: Biblical account of the marriage j
: which took place between Ruth
and Boaz (Ruth 4:2). There, the
Bible mentions that Boa/ sum-
moned 10 men. Basically, the re-
quirement of 10 men indicates I
that marriage is an occasion which
involves the community.
It was felt necessary to have the
community officially informed of
the fact that a marriage was tak-
: ing place by requiring a Minyan
ti he present. This was one way
j of making the marriage public :
knowledge so that all would take
due notice and govern themselves
accordingly, resi>octing the newly-
weds as man and wife. It also ,
I provided an opportunity for the |
I community to cheer the new j
I couple, which is a basic resiwnsi-
bility of a community towards the
new bride and groom.
ii' ii -. in i.,
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Oct.
5Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
NO PROGRAM
6Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, Rabbi
Temple Beth Am. South Miami
Continued from Paat 4-A
mid-coastal provinces, like Binh
Dinh. the districts still number
th Ir guerrillas in hundreds. Yet
they are rooting them out at a
rate that ought to alarm the en-
emy high command very greatly.
And in all the provinces thus far
visited, outwardly so very dif-
ferent, the dominant factor is
really the grim bind in which
the enemy high command now
finds itself.
The nature of the bind is sim-
ple. The indigenous VC structure
In the districts, villages and
hamlets cannot be protected
from rapid erosion, except by
the active, fighting presence of
the enemy's big units which are
now uniformly North Vii tna-
mese. Bui it North Vietnamese
battalions and regiments move
forward into populated areas, or
even to the near-fringes of the
populated areas, they are
engaged, and they lose men by
the thousands.
That is the simple, practical
reason for the withdrawal of
most nt the big units to n
mountain areas and trans-border
sanctuaries. Here in Binh Dinh,
for instance, there are now two
North Vietnamese regiments
the 18th and the 95th. But both
are cruelly under-strength. and
both are out of contact in the
high mountains, growing vege-
tables and fairly desperate for
rice. Whereas Binh Dinh in the
old days had three full-strength
enemy regiments operating in
the populated plains.
While that is the situation, the
erosion of the VC structure will
continue, and will also acci l< r-
ate. Yet the situation cannot be
changed without immensely in-
creased expenditure of North
Vietnamese manpower. You can
see the problem's order of mag-
nitude from the fact that the
enemy's August losses in I Cot |
and III Corps alone, wit
counting II Corps or the Delta,
were close to 12.000 men, or
rather more than three times
Hanoi's entire manpowe. export
to South Vietnam that month.
In short, even while avoiding
combat, most big units in these
two areas have lost strength.
But they must seek combat, and
spend manpower with a horribly
lavish hand, if they are to save
the VC.
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. I
ANSHE EMES 2!>33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgdrd. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
Pridns 7:80 p.m Slmchan Torah Ser-
. i, Sniui..... I a i" It' '
School s. r\ Ii Vahrw ll wild Friday
>. r> ii ami Saturday 11:13 "'
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sot Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
srci'OT: Ft Ida) p.m. Saturday 9
ii in Vlxltoi i| in-! Ial : n Ii
in. ii; "Farl cm -Sw eel Shi rov i
|i m Children"!. Torah Pn eswlonal.
Sunda) :* ;i in
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 6
si I'i'iiT: Krlrtn.) 8:4"> l1 m. Saturday
n :r s. rmi "Memorli Inspire "
10 .i in Tiakor Memorial Sei \ I
o ni rfaknfoH and Torah Proci
Sunday 9 u.m
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
SI I'l'nT l-'l:d:<> >''" Oil' SalUrda)
v I.", ii in and 1" ii in Vixkor Memorial
Service Sermon: "We Honoi I >ui
II, |,.\, a 7:;in p in Sin. linn Torah
Sunda) 8:45 B m
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
Rth St Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinke 8
si i I'nT: Friday :8o p.m Saturday
n ii in Tiakor Memorial Servii nl
10 :i in 6:30 p in Service** followed by
Hakofos. Children'* Procewlonal Sun-
day :i a.m.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rbhi Joseph R. Narot. 10
sii'i'i IT Friday v .-. p m Bi moi
I ii Knowledge R< all) Make Men
| Free?" Saturday ll am Feni '
Cnncluaion Service and Memorial
Prayers Sunda) l! a.m ItcllKiuUii
School Children.
8:80 a in. Tiakor Mi morlal Bervl .
Sermon: "We Care To Itemember
And \\ i- liarc To Remember." R p.m.
Hal ofoa s,-r\ i.-,-s Sermon: i
And Inrael, In larai I Suudi j i
ii m Sim, ims Torah
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self. 21
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MENORAH (TEMrLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarr.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. a
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NLR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 39
Sl'CCoT: Friday :!.' p.m Bat inl
.1 in Six m 1 1 A'/.-r. V
Mi m..1 i:il Sen i. 10:30 b m s. m .
:..,! Taken Can of HI* I irphanx."
7 0 ni Slmchati Torah Procewion.
Sunday 8:48 a.m Slmehat Torah.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Plnne.11 Weber.
man. 39

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 643
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
sri'i'nV: Saturday v::" a.m. Sheminl
Ai/.r. and Ylwkor Memorial -
\ I, Sermon: "Our Shaloah Regallne*
Sunday H Jo 11 ni Sun, Ims Torah Sei
in,. 11: "A Life ot Purpose and Meai -
ni>-' "
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. ",542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. _____ 3:
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) '0?5
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Mouaa. .'!
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Chits. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3*
Sl'CCOT: Saturdaj S S.....11 Khemeni
Atzerea, :4.' a.m Yiakor Memorial
Service 7:30 p.m. Hakafon Su:
^ .'.> 11 in Simchan Tontli.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charle* Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3S
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
St '1'' '1 IT: Friday 0 So n 111 SI' mini
Atzeret Eve. Saturday Sheminl Atxi -
ret Service 8:4." n m Ylikor Memorial
Service I0:IS n in Sermon "Where
Do You l.iv.-v Saturdaj 7:is p.m.
Simchax Torah Proceaalonal Sundov
s:4r. u.m Simclins Torah Service 9:30
a.m. Torah Processional.
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ra'ph Kingiley. 37
Sl'CCOT: Friday R:15 p.m SlmchaB
Torah Service Sermon: "Torah, The
Joj of The Jew Saturday 10 80 a.m.
Simchan Torah Service Co.isecrallon
of Religious School Cchlldren.

MINYONAIRE9 SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
st'ceuT Friday ie::" p.m Saturday
8:30 :i n-. rind 6 p m. and 7 I." p m
Torah Prooes>.lonal, Sunday 8 30 n m
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NC
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
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YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthcdox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 30
C0RAl*GABltS
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB. (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Sl'CCOT Friday 7 p.m Saturday lft
:i 111 Ylskor Memorial Service 11 :t 111
Mincha 6 inn followed by Simchan
Torah lebrntlon Sundaj 9 a m
-.in. Ii m Torah
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
N0RTH*M1AMI
BETH MOSHE CONCPECATION.
13000 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zton Kirschenbaum.
RI'('i 'i IT Fr il Sera
u An S'oi \ s listii lurdio
: m Sermon: "Whv Xoi For The
I..Ml
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEl T801 Ca'lyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
SI 1 'i'( iT Fi lda> I, jo p ni Snturda>
Sh el '.-.,.. -
' 9 11 in Sum ii.is Torah
Mini Ii 11 6:40 ;> 111
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEi. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM "(TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal R;>bbi Leon
Kronisl. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETHTFILAH o-j" Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREw'cONCREGATION.
r^i Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Habbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EhHi?"Bi- - 1701 Wash,
ngton Ave. Conservat.ve. Rabbi
Irving Lehman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
if' '''"T Prldny 6:30 p.m 8aturday
? ',",': A:' :' '" Sermtm "The
': or, over How H0I5 l...
gps-asisBi'sr.
,,,,
I HDr*RnWh*HCADIM^r J40 D'"*tree
Gro, Rabbi Alexander S.
;;'' ;;ot; Frldnj 8 18 S:,,i"
8 am Sermon: Bidding Parewall"
w"l.h'>The9To"rah."8,'rn",ni '" ,
JASYNBArSr,,i?^ COMMUNITY !
'Sl'CCOT: Friday 6.-J6 p.m galurflay
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Gnnili
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morns Kio-
per. 40
Sl'CCOT: Friday 8 p.m Hakofat gi i
vicea, Conaecrallon of IteiiKi'Hei
School Klnderirarten childran, Satur-
day 11:15 a.m. Tiakor Memorial Ser-
vice*.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rahbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
ii Sl'CCOT: Friday 6:10 p.m sen
day B I. :i in and 7 p m Sunday |fi
n m.
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FT. LAUDfRDAlE
BFTM ISRAEL iTEMPLE). B47 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
SI I '< i IT: Pi Idnj p in Si n
\|\ t" |>nvw .'-.inn day 9 a m I
n \ i M< in. i Ial .-' rvici s
Vu, Ii Amole Min. In, 7 :
h ii' S< .....i i 'h.e Ban
fhawai Followed by a KKlduxli
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Av.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levii. 0.
Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
HALLANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH RENTER.
126 N.E. First Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rbbi Samuel Jaffe. '1
SI I 'i'" >T 7 4'. p in. Siin.h:^ Torah
l-amll> Service and Conaecral '
'' tirade and New Student! Satur-
day I" a in Sheminl Alzen l r
Mi m..: al Pi .<. rs
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BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). ITW
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvmj
Gold. 44)
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shap.ro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
SI i i i IT: Fi [day 8:15 p in Sei mm
"Slirnlflcai......t the Pour Spi
I'.ilin Kranch, Citron, Myrtle, M
Saturdaj B .:" a m. and 7 p.m s -n
' Family Celebration
- a in
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLeT~6920 SW 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J-
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koste'
41
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morrii A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick *
SURFStOI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Tow"
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vio*
Sl'CCOT: Friday 6:40 p.m. Saturdaj
a in. Tiakor Memorial S.-rvi, i
am. Mincha 7:44 p.m. Sund.v 9


Friday, October 3. 1969
gjptj *<# n Administration's Arab-Israel Policy
Paqa 11*
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON A cautious and
compromising Nixon Administra-
tion policy towards the Arab-
;.,,i li issue has been Indicated by
r< sjii.in Nixon's closesl advisers.
Tho Administration is deeply con-
cerned about the fate of Israel
and, Rfpubiican party officials
lave taken unprecedented steps to
>iai>lisli friendly relations with
-.I,.' US. Jew ish community. Bui
the President is wary oi any
Vmerican-Israeli involvement that
might li ad to a Washington-
Moscow confrontation in the Mid-
dle Bast.
li can now be disclosed thai Dr.
Hi nry Kissinger, the President's
top adviser on International secur-
ity affairs, met with about to lead-
ing American Jews during the ear-
ly days of the Nixon Administra-
tion. Republican Jewish leader
Max Fisher, of Detroit, helped to
arrange the meeting, from which
the Jewish leaders emerged pleas-
ed by Dr. Kissinger's insight on
Israel's problems. Even such so-
phisticated old-timers as New
York's Republican Sen. Jaeob K.
JavitS were elated.
rent
was
ppcar
Meanwhile it became appa
that the Republican party
..aching out to broaden its appeg
among Jews. A leading Washing-
ton public r. lations man. Warren
Adl. r, was named special assistant
to the Republican National Com-
mittee chairman. Mr. Adlerwases-
illy entrust .1 with advising on
" is of Jewish interest. Karlj
. September, prominent Republi-
can women of Jewish faith were
Invit .1 to Washington to advise
the Republican National Commit-
tee on priority Issues involving the
American Jewish community. A
Jewish Women's Advisory Council
was conceived. Kilt M. Peterson,!
assistant GOP chairman, stated
frankly, "We are interested in
broadening the base of support for
the Republican party nationally."
The delivery ahead of schedule
.;i s ime of the I-'-l Phantom jet
fighter-bombers purchased by Is-
.::. I was a fulfillment of President
Nixon's campaign pledge, and the
President's invitation extended to
[sra< li Premier Golda Meir was
another dramatic gesture of the
U.S. government's friendship for
Israel.
Hut a h< hind-t he-seem s response
to the escalation of violence across
the cease-fire lines emerged. It
suggested caution. President Nix-
on's remarks to the United Na-
tions General Assembly, stressing
American-Soviet pursuit of a
Middle East settlement included a
reference to a possible big power
aims embargo. While his position
showed understanding of Israel's
plight, it suggested that Washing-
ton was not totally identified with
the Israeli cause.
The Nix.m policy continued to
,'.lhi re to commitment to a perma-
nent p. a.-e based on agreement of
ihc parti, s directly concerned. An
"imposed" peace sought by Mos-
cow was rejected. Meanwhile, the
White House response to the lire
at the i-.i Aksa mosque leaked out.
11 disclosed ambivalence on the
Ji n s.ii- m issue. Al ah .mirage
over 1 he lire was s.en in high
places as a reminder that the
charact. r <>i J< rusalcm is Aral) as
well as J. wish.
The President's closest advisers
could see r'.i peace unless Israel
cone. d. s enough of a role to Mos-
l. ins and Arabs in I he future of
Jerusalem to satisfy them thai
Islamic interests are protected
Since i:- krabs .1" i ol ." r_i pi the
Israeli presence in Jerusalem, in
Hie in aviest trans-Atlantii m
ule In iis history with 22 roui
nip flights b twi. n the L'ni
Stales nnd Israel each week.
Ither the old or new quarters, mon's Pools before returning
Kl Rom A "El Pom." the small inland air- Hie heaviest
l no which i-.as been operating for
the past two yc ars out ol Eilat,
it i' ing pass !'.-.; ..n sightset ing
lours over the Sinai in iis two
Cessnas en- four er and
one w ith a capai ity ol seven is
1..... adding three more aircraft to
,iis fleet and expanding its servia s
i to offi r 20- and 30-minute fli I
over Ji rusali m from Atarot \ii-
: pot t. the l mger one of which will
pass over Bethlehem and Solo-
I his pos. s a pi obl( in. ."Not "nil:
Ihan i i.-ii Israeli withdrawal may
Satisfy Hie Arabs. A 111. me oi
compromise by Isra< I has been
bouncing back and forth between
Dr. Kissinger and Secretary of
State William P. Rogers. Israel
will not he sold out. but neither
can the Israelis expect uncondi-
tional support from Washington.
Dr. Kissinger has lol.l confidants
that Israel's reliance on military
strength may provide only an illu-
sion of security. He takes serious-
I the Aral) war of attrition and
the 'Id City.
Besides sights, i Ing flights i
.1. rusal. in. "El Rom" plan- ti ips
I'- Masada, the W. si Dank, the
Golan Heights and the Sinai via
Eilat. and in addition will institute
daily passenger flights from Jeru-
salem to Haifa and Beersiicba.
o
an Algiers' ipecialtf
Capt. Leo Gardner, local district
sales manager of El Al Israel Air-
Ines, points out that these flights
are particularly beneficial to the
visitor whose time in Israel is
limited enabling him to am ;i
.great dial in a relatively short
the danger of So\ let involvement. ] (jmc
j He feels Israel must eventually be
1 more flexible but is entitled for
the time being to buy U.S. arms
to maintain a power balance. 'Hie
' Nixon-Kissinger-Rogers philoso-
phy has yet lo lake complete
shape. Hut the faint prologue SUg-
. gests a symphony marked by notes
of caution and compromise.
National Airlines Names Kauffnian
Robert p. Kauffman, who ha- ; tional in
been serving as assistant director | sentative
oi military and convention sales
; n i rs city sales manager in Seat-
tle, Wash., has been named direc-
tor of industry affairs by National
Airlines, .1. Dan Brock, National's
.ice president traffic and sales,
has announced.
1962 as a sales repre- i
Will be I ased at the
airline's Miami headquarters.
In the newly-created position.
Mr. Kauffman, a native of Califor-
nia and a graduate of Oregon
State University, will coordinate
the company's activities with the
Air Transport Association and the
International Air Transport Asso-
ciation. He will also he National's
liaison between the sales depart-
ment and various airline industry
groups.
Mr. Kauffman. who began his
career in the sales department of
Fri ntier Airlines and joined Na-
Knightr 01 Pythias Tc Confer
'Esquire' Title On 12 'Pages'
Twelve Panes'' will have the
title of "Esquire" conferred upon
(hem in appropriate ceremonies at
the next regular meeting of the
George Gershwin Knights of Pyth-
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day in Surfside Community Cen-
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, the organization, which is under
1 the leadership of Chancellor Com-
' tnander Harvey Richman.
Plans for the Past Chancellors
Dinner at which PDGC Morris Dil-
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Friday, October 3, 1969
Area's Youth Show
Concern For Israel..
Soviet Jews at Rally
The Jewish youth of the Miami
area are being urged to attend a
rally in the Miami Beach Audito-
rium at 8:15 p.m. Sunday to show
their concern over the plight of
Russia's Jews and the situation in
which the state of Israel finds it-
self.
Sponsored by the Jewish Youth
Council of Greater Miami and the
American Students for Israel, the
youth rally, the first of its kind in
the United States, is timed to co-
incide with the gathering of Jew-
ish youth at the synagogue in
Moscow for the holiday of Simchat
Torah, the only time during the
year that they can celebrate a
holiday openly. They are said to
sing and dance in the streets under
the watchful eyes and cameras of
Moscow police.
Miami Beach Mayor Jav Dormer
is among those expected to attend
the program, which will be con-
ducted by the Jewish Youth Coun-
cil, Michael Katz. Israeli Youth
Community Consultant, revealed.
Miami teenagers who spent their
summer in Russia will relate their
experiences, and the gathering will
also hear a report on conditions in
Israel from a student recently re-
turned from there.
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Michael Katz, Israeli Community Youth Consultant, is
shown mapping plans with Leslie Traeger, a member of
the Jewish Youth Council of greater Miami, for the Simchat
Torah youth rally.
Chess Class Begins Oct. 14
A chess class, taupht by mem-
hers of the Miami Beach Chess
Club in the club's building adja-
cent to the 21st Street Community
Centir, will have its first session
ai 1 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 14. Inter-
ested persons may register for the
eight-week course from 1 to 4 p.m.
daily during the week of Oct. 6. at
the community center. 2100 Wash-
ngton Ave., Miami Beach.
The final link in the Bell Sys-
tem's 1.800-milc Miami to Boston
underground cable route has been
completed. The first section, be-
tween Miami and Washington,
D.C., went into service in 1967.
Thr iur~~" [-'*" -communica-
tions expressway meets the chal-
lenge of a growing volume of long-
distance telephone traffic on the
East Coast. The coaxial cable sys-
tem provides 32.400 circuits along
! it? North-South route-more than
', twice as many as en any existing
major cable system.
Opening of service on this final
link in the Miami-Boston cable
route helps insure reliability of
I communications throughout the
: highly industrialized Fast Coast.
Buried four feet underground, the
eal le will withstand man-made as
Republicans Elect Chairman
Anne C. Wilson has been elected
chairman of the Republican Kxcc-
utive Committee of Dade County.
! to fill the vacancy caused by the
Paul J. O'NeilKs resignation last
I month to accept a Subversive Ac-
' tivitios Control Beard position in
Washington. D.C.
well as natural disast-rs such as
hurricanes and tornado-is.
Built by the American Telephone
and Trk graph Company's long
lines departmmt. the project rep-
resents a Re!) System investment
of more than $218 million, nearly
$40 million of which was spent to
bury a 348-mile section under
Florida soil.
Groundbreaking Ceremonies
For M.B. Community Center
Groundbr< aking ceremonies for
a $534,000 comrmmitv c-nter to be
built on Sixth Street at Meridian
' Avenue, Miami Beach, took place
! last week, witnesseel by ex-Gcv.
1 George Romney, Si cretary of
Housing: Sen. Spessaid Holland,
i Sen. William Gurney. Rep. Claude
Pepper and si veral regional and
county He using and Urban Devel-
opment Department officials v.
have bee n instrumental in s< c
ing federal financial assistance for
the project.
Leaders of various Miami Bel h
civic orcar.izations were also
vited by the City Council to be
. present foi 'he ceremony signaling
; the start of work on the ne w
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Friday, October 3, 1939
*Jewlsti fk>rid/tor
Paqe 13-A
Federation Awards Go To Three Miamians
A local attorney and two young
u< m ti active in Jewish communal
affairs have been cited for out-
standing and devot service to
i community by the- Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. The
three are Richard J. Horwicll',
Mrst Burton' Tt.'Lowy and Mrs.
P. iDei t I. Shapiro.
Milton Weiss, Federation presi-
d nt who announced the names of
I three Eccipients o; the annual
j 'sidents' Leadership Award.
i Imented, "The Federation rec-
Ogni :es the importance of assuring
a i tntinuity of future communal
leadership and of providing wider
( irtunities for the d i ipmenl
of young people in volunteer eoni-
munity work and leadership."
A member of the ex cutive com-
mitl e of the Greal r Miami Jew-
ish .''.'deration Mr Korwich is a
former chairman of the Federa-
tion's Public Welfare Committee
and was recently appointed vice
hairman for 1969-70 cf its Budget
Committee, of which he is a lone-
time member. He also serves as a
Miami repr* sentative to the Large
City Hudgit Committee of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funus, and is a board
MRS. BIRTON LEVEY
member and a vice president of
Temple Judea, Coral Gables.
Mis. Levey, the immediate past
president of the Young Women's
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, who served as
chairman of the day at the annual
Women's Division Presentation
Day Luncheon this week at the
Dauvill- Hotel, is the newly-
eketid vice president in charge of
membership <;f the Greater Miami
Sect!')i of the National Council of
.^WMVoirmi, Th&m\*KAMirm
chairman cf the Florida Branch of
the Women's League of the United
Synagogues of America, she is a
national committee member of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en and past president of NCJVVs
South Dade Division, and serves
oil the board of Beth David Con-
gri ;ii >n.
Mrs. Shapiro is a past pn si lent
of i Young Women's Division of
the Gi- ater Miami J( wish F d ra-
tion and is currently seiving as
vici ; sident In charge of educa-
tion of the newly created Women's
Division. She serves on Federa-
t. n's Budget Committee and its
Commission on Jewish Education.
and is a board member of the
American Jewish Committee and
of YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
The moderator of the Panel of
American Youth. Mrs. Shapiro also
RUIi.XK!) HOBWICH
serv s on t i his i -'h i I fs ull
>f Temple Israel ol Gp ;ir v Miami.
Sponso .. is! an I cuirent
residents of the Gnat.:- Miami I Robert H. Traurig
Mrs. Richard Brickman
M.s. Harry B. Smith
to attend the Council of Jewish
Fc derations and Welfare Funds
annual general assembly meeting,
to be held in Boston next month.
TbtofA'-Vft'-'s ';JHJ objectives
are to give recognition to young
people of outstanding promise who
l*ave shown active intenst in and
devotion to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the Combined
Jewish Appeal and to the Jewish
communal agencies of Greater Mi-
ami, and to stimulate and inspire
them towards further continuous
communal interest and activity,
ami are limited i i young adults
i i tween the ages of 25 and 40.
The previ winners have been:
1957 Marti:; Fil
9 Mrs S : St. /ens
I i ill S. H UTis
D ini. i N'-a! Heller
N- S. Pa lot
5e n :. iby, Jr.
168Mrs Howard J. Trinz
Harry I',. Smith
Mrs Mi:l i S. Green
L. Jules Arkin
!. a iership Awai I includi > a grant
YM-YWHA Announces Activity ScheduleiT=S srsjri
: and wonun ages 40 to 60. and
painting and conversational Ho- | in is i igularly each month at the
brew. Friendship Clubs are also j Y' for a variety of programs and
being formed for first, second and entertainment. Further Informa-
third graders, to meet at 3:30 tion can be obtained by
p.m. on Thurdays, and for fourth. | Herb Rubin at the 'Y'.
fifth and sixth grade boys and ;
girls to meet Friday at 3:30 p.m. i
Further information may be ob-
tained from June Fried at the 'Y\
*
A top-rated staff will instruct
the School of the Arts classes at
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
s500 SW 8th St.. it has been an-
nounced. A highly skilled and ex-
Lin-nced group of specialists has
been named to lead different in-
terest classes during the coming
it ason. 'Y' members have regis-
tered at a rapid rate, but a few
openings remain in the following
ireas:
AdultsMen's Glee Club, social
lancing, folk dancing, modern in-
terpretive dance, painting, sculp-
ture, ceramics, decoupage. flower
naldng, Y' choral group, guitar
ind slimnastics. Teensoil paint-
ng, creative theater, sewing and
mbroidery, guitar and Teen Glee
Club. ChildrenWorld of Make-
Jelieve, puppetry, basic crafts, fun
vith music, public speaking, ad-
entures in science, drama, guitar,
modern interpretive dance, oil
calling
Jack GoKi, Development Fund
director of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, will review the
controversial Philip Rjth novel
"Portnoy's Complaint" at the So-
cial Singles meeting in the Golden
Key Room of the Y' at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 13. Dancing and
Milton Lieberman, who formerly
'au?ht at the Grove House and the
University of Miami, will be the
instructor of the decoupage classes
beginning Wednesday. Oct. 15 at
the 'Y'. A morning and an evening
class will meet each Wednesday
for ten weeks. Registration infor-
mation may be secured by calling
June Fried at the Y'.

Edi*at the first through the sixth grades
have been planned by the 'Y' for
.-'liday, Oct. 17. when the elemen-
tary schools will be closed. An in-
spection tour of the SS Bahama
Star has been planned for children
from kindergarten through second
grade In the morning, followed by
a series of games in the form of
a Maccabiad at the Y' in the after-
noon. Children in the 3rd througn
the 6th grades will take a bus trip
through Everglades National Park
and spend the day there. Trans-
portation is furnished, but children
will bring their own lunches. Res-
ervations must be made with June
Fried or Harreen Bertisch at the
Y' bv Oct. 10.
1
AS PART OF A CONTINUING SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
THE Washington Federal
CIVIC FORUM.
PRESENTS AN j
EVENING
WITH
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[)THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9,7:30 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL (J
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111 EC THIS WASHINGTON FEDERAL CIVIC FORUM.
Two free tickets are available to all WASHINGTON FEDERAL account
holders and may be obtained at any of the four WASHINGTON FEDERAL
offices. If you do not already have an account you m3y open one at any
of WASHINGTON FEDERAL'S offices and receive your free tickets. If
you wish you may cail WASHINGTON FEDERAL and we will send you
forms to open an account by mail. .
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Fige 14-A
V'Jenisfi Meridiiair
Friday. October 3. 1969
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Lo, The Gentle Arab
BPirt****!^ ^B Tin-'.lti-: SEEMS to bo a certain
fg A 1 reserve, or timidity in Israel's
i m ii( relations program abroad.
All tlic dash, initiative anil origi-
nality characterizing our military
npaigns seem completely lack-
in ih. public relations front
Pushed onto the defensive, Israel
n i to 'In 1:U le more than issue
Im lated nials or defenses which never quite catch
il> to imaginative At b iccusations and charges.
Isn't it about time we stopped being gracious
y in what is. after all. a war of sur-
vival? Let us speak out: The Arabs are not only
ittacking Israel but spreading murder, terrorism
and arson to all parts of the world. The bearers ol
,i new 20th Century barbarism are a menace to
. n.i order e\ erywhi i e.
The recent roll call is alreadj terrifying:
Los Angeles: Arab assassinates Robert Kennedy,
Brussels: Belgian citizens injured by Arab bomb.
Zurich: Passenger plane attacked at airport.
The Hague: Israel office bombed by Arabs.
Rome: TWA plane hijacked to Damascus.
Bonn: Embassy attacked.
Izmir: Students killed by explosion of own bomb
Buenos Aires: Arab agents burn lair exhibit.
London: Arabs bomb midtown stores, offices.
Copenhagen: Arabs meet to plot asassination.
Athens: Airliner riddled by Arab bullets.
Where will the murderers strike next? No coun-
try, no people is safe from those who abuse hospital-
ity to import arson and violence. It is no accident
that the very word assassin comes from the Arabic:
and means a group of -Moslem fanatics who made it
their business 10 murder Christians. II nee. one who
puts another to death by treacherous violence. Are
these the people who stand up in the United Na-
tion- and make prcttj speeches and point their
fingers at .lews?
These are the Arabs who massacre their fellow-
Arabs in Yemen, assassinate their rulers in Syria
m\ Iraq, enslave Negroes in Saudi-Arabia, practice
white slave,-, in Sudan, crush the Kurds in Iraq,
terrorizi the Christian minority in Lebanon, exploit
ivrctchcd refugees lot political purposes .
Tlies-/ are the noble-, the heroes who. having put
the Middle Et i in turmoil, now seek to turn the
rest .. ;he world back to the Middle Ages. Let the
- be publicly labeled as I Trorists and assassins.
All thes dei !, fat fi om l cond mned bj At ab
li adi oi i, are uni\ i ; u II] h tiled and sttp-
.1 b\ Arabs, We should b. polite?
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Hippies, The New "Schnorrers"
piori.i: RAD to keep quarters
about when 1 was a boj you
put a .quarter in the meter slot if
the light went out, and the gas
came on again.
Recently we were stopped by a
tot-unattractive Jewish girl as we
ke I in lower Manhattan. She
asked us for u quarter, and a few
days later, an Americanized Chinese girl made the
sa ne request. I don't think they wanted quarters
for the gas meter, though thej were hippies.
There i- cot in Ji ish literature about
schnorrers I am not one to decry all schnorrers
some are honest poor people. But some work at
schnorring as a craft. Recently we read in an Israeli
paper of a schnorrer who asked a passerby what
time it was. HO gOl up quickly saving. "1 never work
after lour.'- when he was told the time was four-
thirty. Such schnorrers earn our respect. We see
they legal,I schnorring in a business-like way. They
ha\e dignity.
No one could have greater dignity than the
American schnorrer Ohoni, who died several years
ago in Israel. Choni was not opposed to lalwr. He
thought it was quite all right for other people. He
always took up the cudgels lor the unions and none
was more seven- in condemning seal)s th;in he. But
Choni believed he was never meant to dirty his hands
with work. He was always a gentleman. He once
sent a beautiful bouquet of flowers to (be distin-
guished American Zionist Mrs. Archibald Silver on
her birthday collect.
The two-fold Jewish attitude toward the schnor-
rer is caused by the strong instinct against the hu-
miliation of having to accept assistance on the one
hand, and on the other, the strong Jewish feeling
for the poor We are told in the Talmud of one rabbi
who would drop money around the premises when
the poor could not see in n and therefore could not
tell who their benefactor was, in order to save them
from the embarrassment of accepting assistance
An,! the old Yiddish song "Abi nischt geld vu better
hit er gctan zigel knetten" expresses the willing-
ness to work at menial labor rather than beg.
The hippie, of course is another story. The two
young girls I mentioned were not embarrassed in
the slightest. They are young and strong and would
have no difficulty gelling a job. but they are Just
against labor. They seem to feel they are entitled to
a living after all. they did Nature a good turn In
Ix-ing born.
The Bible tells us that labor was imixxsed on
man as a result of his disobedience. Maybe if some-
would pay our rent and feed us. we might feel the
same aversion to work as the hippies. But we don't
like asking anyone for quarters.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Martin Gilbert's Jewish History Atlas
A
Our Film Folk:
by HERBERT G. LUFT
w
'Sunflower9 Is Anti-War
ft: INTERVIEWED Sophia Loren on
the set of "Sunflower" the Joseph
E. Levinc picture produced by her hus-
band. Carlo Ponti, and Arthur Cohn. The
famed Italian star who speaks Knglish
with poise and perfection told us the
"Sunflower" is a story of heartbreali
hope and despair, showing the effect of
war on the lives of little people. In the
tory of newlyweds torn apart in World War II when the
husband is sent to the Ritssian front, the film reveals
lb.it the Nazis, instead of treating the Italians as allies
'.n the battlefields, actually turned on them with a ferocity
th. t is hard to fathom. Resentful of the fact that Italy
v s giving way to the advancing Allied forces, the Gcr-
man army withheld food, ammunition and clothing from
their comrades in aims during the terrible winter cam-
paign, abandoning them when injured or in need of help.
Marccllo Mastroianni iortrays one of the Italian soldiers,
an unwilling patriot, who is left to die by the scornful
Nazis; Sophia Loren is Giovanna, his bride, seeking her
husband in the vastness of Russia.
The Russian press labeled .Sunflower" a "great anti-
war story." and called Mis*; Loren "an ambassador of
world understanding" when she went with the production
company to the Soviet Union this summer to do the ex-
terior-, n Moscow and Poltova, in the Ukraine. The pic-
ture is one of the first films made in Russia by an Amer-
ican company wish the Russians supplying only the land-
s'ape and people for ihe background setting plus a very
f( w technicians. Its multi-million dollar budget for a Six-
months production schedule in Italy and Russia was sup-
plied by Avco-Km.ba.ssy. Tito cast and crew went through
a great detd of hardship due to the difficulty of obtaining
iood, shelter and supplies in a mammoth country which
Millers from too much bureaucracy and red t;i|M\ it was
reported.
Director Vittorio De Sica says "Sunflower" takes a
a look at the plight of the Italian soldier during World
War II and the tragedy caused by the insanity of Nazi
gression. Flowers play an important part in the film.
The sunflower turns toward the sun each day. and in her
search lor her lost love, Miss Loren is seen wandering
through vast fields of sunflowers, symbolically one of them
turning toward the light of hope, praying that her husband
U -rill alive.
GREAT DEAL of the history of the
Jews is suffused with tragedy. It is
unfortunate that the writings of some of
those who deal with Jewish history also
end in calamity. It is with sincere roj
thai we must note that the gap between
concept and achievement is so great in
Martin Gilbert's Jewish History Atlas
t lh.- Macmillan Company, $4.95) that
the good is overshadowed by the bad. The ideas are ex-
cellent, but the execution is fault)
Th' book traces, by means of 112 maps, the world-
Jewish migi toi.s from ancient Mesopotamia to
in Israel. The cartography was done by Arthur
Bank x\ i work is clear and beyond criticism, Each
map, however, has explanatory and statistical niftier ,1
and it is in the field of -i iti tics aid other data that the
book i' i epletc w Ith errors.
Since the author is a Fellow of Merton College, Ox-
ford, and academic siatus often cause- the holder of titles
to appear to be infallible, a few of these errors must l>c
noted: The map of "Jewish City Dwellers 1966" gives
Miami's population as 92.000. A conservative estimate by
those who live here places it at 115.000, and there are
some who hold it was nearer 200,COO ill 196<>. Mexico's
196S Jewish population was purported to he 28.000 in "The
Diaspora Since 1945." Authoritative source.-; place it be-
tween 45,000 and 50.000, and even the Mexican Centra'
Jewish Committee, which has for more than 20 years beei
playing down the Jewish population, admits ,".2.000.
On the "Jews in America 1192-1(>54" map, Gilbert
places one Jew in ILspaniola in 1515, when in Lain
American student can name at leasl 1011 for the sixteenth
century. The author perpetuates the myth of secret Jews
in Mexico and Chile in modern times but he docs not know
tit Jews inhabited, without Interruption for over
\\ars. Rio de Janeiro. Asuncion, Tucuman, Potosi and
many other pi tees in South America, This lack of knowl-
I surpi ..iv would think an Oxford seh
would l>' familiar with the works of Prof, C, R Boxer of
th.> Universitj <>! London, a le ding authority on South
V rica during the Spanish colonial period,
The less sii.i about the "selective bibliography" the
better. Some of the l*>oks listed are novels or non-fiction
written by laymen. Others have l>een discrediated us au-
thoritative or have numerous error-.
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
A Major Landmark In Cooperation
THE REHOVOT Confei-cnce has
become a sort of major kind-
mark in the geography of coopera-
tion between advanced, developing
and underdeveloped countries. It i-
this threefold composition of par-
ticipants which makes these con-
ferences each devoted to another
asiH-ct of technical assistance to
underdeveloped countries, so unique.
Representatives from underdeveloped countries
know (mostly t what their problems ate, and the
experts representing the advanced countries have a
wealth of answers. Bui it is the countries like Israel
who have just recently passed through the devel p-
ment stage who can tell best which of these answers
is likely to be applicable.
At the tilth conference held in Roho\ot in late
August, the topic was teaching science in under-
developed and developing countries. Participating
were more than ICO experts in education, specialists
in teaching natural sciences, psychologists, and ilso
two score ministers of education or their deputies
from 50 African, 'Asian and Latin American nations.
One of the most important and dramatic mo-
ments came in a clash between a top-ranking expert
in advanced methods of teaching science from one of
the Western countries and Liberia's minister of
education. Until that moment, everything was polite
smooth and rather barren. The experis present d
their theses, questions and even criticism voice I bv
other exiHTfs. and each paper applauded uhe,i the
until Liberia's states-

presentation was completed
man rose to si>eak.
"What sense does it make," he asked, "for these
gentlemen to discuss how and at what age concepts
ol Einstein's theory can b" taught to children, when
the problem facing most underdeveloped countries
is where and how to teach children the alphabet
and the multiplication table?"
The question broke the ice, and a tight agenda ol
monologues became a web of many-sided conversa-
tions and discussions on which officials and experts
from the down-to-earth side found a common ground
with specialists from the theoretical side on which
some practical solutions could grow.
One of the most interesting examples of this was
the presentation by Prof. Jerome Brunner from
Harvard, whose sophisticated research has led to
Ihe conclusion that differentiation in the rade of
children's mental development begins at the age ot
six months, that they acquire mink's of thinking
and learning liefotv they learn how to upeak well,
and that by Wie age of five, their capability of learn-
ing can become s0 retarded thai no amount of effort
can later overcome it. This finding, of course, has .,
direct and Important significance for underde oi>ed countries, carrying, as it does, the connotation
that children are inherently handieaapped by the
cultural and educational level of their parents. It
was discovered that the amount of talking a mother
does to her infant even In-rore he understands a
word is of vital importance in his later ability to
m. And African mothers can certainly bo taught
t> talk to them more than is presently the custom.
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fJenisfi Meridian
Page 15-i2
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
FhE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. B4181
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
-IE: Estate "f
[son BISENSTADT a/k/a
Iah i.yon eisenstadt.
jeeased.
f\]i Creditors and All Portions
Having Claims or Demands
v-aiiw Said Estate:
I .] are hi rfj noiificd and required
Ipreyenl any claims and demands
i, h you may have against tin- ea-
of J. LYON EISENSTADT, de-
ii-..ii late or Dade county. Florida,
/the County Judges of Dado County,
Id rile the name in duplicate and as
.d in Section 783.16, Florida
Ettutce, In their offices in the County
Il.irtliouso ill Dade County. Florida. '
Vhi'i six calendar months from the
of ih. fust publication hereof, or
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muted at .Miami. Florida, tliis i",th
ol July. A l>. IMS.
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As Executrix
n-t publication of this notice oil
i'ih day of September, 1969.
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NO. 69-12907
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No. 85046
In UK: Estate ol
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I lei' iisol
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You are hereby notified and requir-
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Which yHi may have against the es-
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provided in Section 7M.16, Florida
Statutes, m their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six raleiifi.ir months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or tin- same will !> burred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this lTili
day of September, AH. 1969.
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As Administrator, CTA
First publication of this notl.......i
ih,- Ifith day of September, 1969
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260 96th Street, .Miami Beach, Florida
!> 19-26 I" J-10
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: i uioners.
II \i;i H I \\ II.I.IA.MS
idaj lloiel
::i w i 'unihi rlnnd Ave
KnoxvUli. Ti nnessoe
m HAR< 1 1 WILLIAMS, are
. iij notlf 'i thai a Petition for
iloptlnn has hi i n filed in the above
i 'ourt and you are required to
he original at i iver ot objections
u cause why said Petition
. ,,-.| ,,t bi granted In the offli
Ihe clerk ot the above styled Court,
niea thereto on the attorney
Petitioners, SOI. ALEXANDER,
117, 111 \V< st Flnicler Street.
Florida, on or before the 3"th
of i ictobi r, ..... appi ar In said
urt on Ihe 17th day ol November,
. ,. ,, is r m before Ihe Honorable
.TON A KRIBDMAX.
BIN FAIL MOT, or the relic!
, ted by -in Petitioners, shall be
' "
DATED this 23rd day of Septembi r
i: I! I i: VTHERM \N, Clerk
of the i 'Ircull i "our!
By: c p .i iPELAND
Deputy clerk
'. 26 1" 3-10-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
IRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 69-15266
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
E WALSH,
nit iff.
K WALSH,
aidant.
HANK WALSH
:"2 Jami-oii Avenue
't.roiito. Canada
FRANK WALSH, are hereby
d that a lull ol Complaint for
e has been filed against you,
du ar,- required to serve a copy
mr Answer or Pleading to the
f Complaint on the Plaintiffs
,v. BANFORD H. KRAMER,
W. 14ih Street. Miami. Florida
and file the original Answer or
lug In the office of the Clerh ol
Iv'i'-cuit Court on or before the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBin GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in I
'm Iness under the fictitious name of1
THE POST MARK at 9309 South
Di\le Highway, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to r,f nald i ime with the
Cl< rl, i the Circuit Court of I ladi
County, Florida,
PATRICIA WRIGHT
747:: S W. R2nd SI Apt I>-1"1
VI...... Florida
DIANE 1. JAi'l HIS
8921 South Dixie Highway
.Miami. Florida
ARTIIFR S DAVIS
Aiiornev for Patricia Wright
and l tia.no L. Jacobs
' 12-19-26 10 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84407 (Judge Clark)
In HE l He of
BERTHA \\ EINSTEIN
11.. ... ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri illtors and All Pel nns Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
v"n ire hereby notified and requir-
ed t<> prcsi lit any I.cms and demand?
wh h you miij have agnlnst the es-
tateof BERTHA VVEINSTEIN dece
e.l lati of Di..... County, Florida, lo
the County .indues ,,f Dndt County,
:,i file the .tme ii duplicate and
provided in Section 733 111, Florida
Statub -. In 'inn- offices In the Cou Ij
Courthousi .i Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 15th
day of Sept. mber, A.D. iff'1.'.
RITA ABRAM8,
Admlnistral rlx ('um
Testamento Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the nun flay of September, 19R9.
IRVIXO CTPBN U\V OFFICES
Attorney for Administratrix C.T.A.
R2B Arthur Godfrey Road
.Miami Beach, Florida S3140
'. l9-?fl in ".in
"It's because our new lodge president
is very nearsighted!"
Copr. 1968, Daycnu Production!
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 78461-B
IN' RE: Estate of
BMANITBL GLOSSBR,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKti
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIC t
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby (riven that 1 I
filed my Final Report and Petition i
Distribution and Filial Discharge ,s
Bxecutrix of the estate of-BMANl'i .
ULOSSBR, deceased, and thai on I *
17th day of October, 1969; will apply
to the Honorable County Judge*
Dade County, Florida, for approval '*
said Final Report and for distrlbut m
and final discharge -I- Executrix
the estate of the abovenumcd i
eeditit. This 4th day of Septi mb
1989.
DORA GLOSBBR,
i:\eeulriX
GEORGE QILDERT
A i torn* y
Suite 229, One Lmcoln Rd Dldg.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
T.l No, 538-4312
, 12-19-26 I"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADF. COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 6'.. 14813
CIVIL ACTION.
NOTICE OF ACTION
BRI'CE i> LEWIS, i- Executor
of the Last \\ ill and Test aim nt
of i:. U. Schlechty, di i uai i I.
ii id .: VXE S. BYBRS .. .1
W ILLIA.M i; sen I.BCHTY,
Plaintiffs,
,y of i lotobi r,
to dr
be talten against you for the relief de-
1969. if you fall
bv default will
I
mand Tnb ,.t'.'. iil be published once
^^Hv !. for <-elis
In TBi: .IKwish FtjORIPIAN
^.DOM", AND ORDERED at Miami,
^Hi. this l.'.ili day of September
^P. l! LEATHERMAN, Clerk
,it Court Dade County, Florida
By: D. RYAN
1 putj clerk
("out I Seal*
Rl) II KRAMER
I4lh Street
Florid: :;3136
for Plaintiff
D 19-20 I" 3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16279
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANTONIO GONZALEZ
Plaintiff
v s
i i IR \!.l.\ Ot INZALBZ
D. fendant.
YOl", CORALIA GONZALEZ, resi-
dence address: 06 Forl Washington
Ave., apartment 31, New York, \.Y
are rniulred to file your answer
io the complainl for divorce with the
clerk of the ahoi.....ut id serve
a copy thereof, ui...... HERMAN
COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11 Congress
Itldir Mlnml, Florida on or before
October 22, 1969, or else complainl
will be taken as ed,
l \ rr.i i Si it mber ir.th, 1969
K II I BATH ERMAN
Clei k i f Ihe Cln uil I 'ourt
Bj ( 1.. ALEXANDER
(Circuit Court Seal)
9 19-26 1" 8-10
Ji ISEPH MAGLICA and
FRANCES MAGLICA, his tt-|fe,
l.i HIS .1 Ll'PINACCI, el al
l, fendnnts,
."ii All parties claiming Interests
by, through, under or agi
>,|| Schlei hty, di cem (I, and
i; i: s, hi, ,tt>. ib-ceased
Itcsid* u iiowii
YOL" ARE NOTIFIED thai an ai
lion to I., establish I locumi lit, \i/.:
...... (I) promlssorj Note dati d
February ->. 1902, given by Jo-
seph Magllca and Frances Magllcn,
his wife to Nell Schlechty, In Ihe
face amount of "........... bearing
Interest ni six per cent <,; I, pay-
able $100,00 per month,
has been filed against you and you
'are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on Plain-
tiff's attorney, !:. Paul Beatty, whose
(address is 1003 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami. Florida on ot hefort>ctohi r nth
1969, and file tin- orlglfial with the
chrk of this Coin i either before serv- I
; Ice on plaintiffs attorney, or Imme-
diately thereafter, otherwise a default
will l.....ntered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
, this Court on September ". 1969.
K B, LEATHBRMAN
As i lerk of the Court
By c P cmpf.i.and
As Deputy Clerk
!' 12-19-26 1" 3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84579
i 1:1: Kstati of
EDW o:i i KLLIN,
|)( i used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \!l Creditors and All Person* Hav-
Cla tns ..: In m,in,Is Against Said
I:- late :
Vou are hereby notified and riMiulred
to pri selll .' > ,-!:i 'ins :i, il *t -ii
h hlch v i ii in.' ha vi .iu^i in t ih- .
of EDWARD ELIJN deceased
late ol Dadi i 'ounty, Plot Ida,
I'l'iiiMi ,Iudg>* of Dade County, I
file the same m duplii ate and as pro-
vided m Scctioi "33.16, Florida St.Mu-
les, in their offici i 111 thi "ounty
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within sb < alends r m mlh fron
lime of the first publicst It n u
or the >.n. ill In bai r d.
Dated al Miami, Florida, tins 23rd
das of s,- it embt i. i>
I >BBItlB ELI IN
\- Hxi cutrlx
First publication of this nol
lith da; i s.pt, mber, 196
I'M L K\\ ITNEY
\i lorney for Estate of
KDWARD ELLIN
120 I.inc.,in Road Mall, Suite "'"
. Miami Beach, Florida 33139
t. 2 In :'.-!"-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUF
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82338- B
IN RE Estate of
Ji ISBPII .1 ISTRl i\\'.
Deei ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK
APPLICATION FOR DISTR I BUT IC
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereby given Ih I
filed my Fin Repot i and Petit
Final Dlachnrgi E i uti
. Ktal of JOSEPH .1 'STI
. at 'i: and lhal on the i
III npplj to tin H
i ui ij Judge f Dad
i rlda, for appro* al of said Final I:
pin il fin distribution and I
11 o f I I I
il, tit. Tl
das of \ ti
Si i> ^ A l.i iMBARDI,
\- Executrix
JOSH REPHl'N, Esquire
Attoi
I.,7" Wasl Av.nue
Miami Beach, Florida
9 12-19 26 1"
,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
tTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
nderalgned, desiring to engage
ss under the fictitious name
.AW \l:i: APARTMENTS and
fARE IIK.M.TY ASSOCIATES
at 1445-1470 1 titli Street, Miami P.each.
Mlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DaiHL.Couiit* Florida.
Hl'DI'i.-rs.,,:,! IM'I'II MOSKS
PKDOAI: SAC I.It > and
1 ORAYNE SAG I JO
HARRY zi k i :. is
AttorilB* for i i\\ nets
420 UlKln Road
Miami B.
8 19-26 m 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
RICHARD A GROSS al 60S Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undersigned, desiring to engage In
hu'tness under the flctltlou* nami ol
RF.CLA 'M F< ll >S nt numhi r
v: \V. -Tin Ave In the City of >pa-
1.. i... Fli rlda, inti ads lo registi
.. id n iin, with Ihe Clerk of the I
,nit Court of [Hide County. Flot
Di ,l ,n Miami, Dade County, I'1 r-
Idii tin; day ol Sept. mber, 1969.
A A D s VLVAGE. INC .
a Floi Ida i "ornoratloti
Bv: I'HIl LIP WINS. Pn al.nt
I PMKL1 it >N R Ri 'SBNTHAL
, Attqrm y for Applicant
111 North" esl Fifth Street
M ami, Florida t ....
9 12.19-26 1" 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOT1CE IS HBREY GDVEN that
the undersigned di siring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
SOL CENTER, Ml'. P.A at 637 I'u-
Pont Uldg., .Miami. Florida 33131 in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
t'ounty, Florida.
Si >l CENTER. M D .
PROFESSIONAL ASSI H'lATH >N
SPARBER AND R< 'SKIN P A,
Altornej s for V ppllcnnl
inn |i ., ,j Bll 'I
Miami. Florid I
:, j.i in J-10 i,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 69-8218
NOTICE OF ACTION
DAVID \ STEINBERG and
RI'TH v. STEINBERG, hit '
I'l.
KVKI.'i \ Mi iRt !AN,
a -1'iul, A'ol
WII I IE I.OF GILLARD a ^> dow:
JACOB ST" IVE M KRY WBNGRi '\v
f| w VINWRIGHT
BETTY JANE W AIXWRIQHT,
hb .Mi' ,
Ii. f, nilauts
TI S It. ^ AINWRIOHT
.. n \\ ",.ih T.ri ace
Miami, Floi Ida
r
24sn x W. "."th Terrace
Ml....... Florida
AXPBBTTY JANE WA1XWRIGHT
N IV .""ih Terrace
Miami. Florida
or
24811 N W "'"ih Terra,
Miami Florida
Yol ARE HEREBY KOTIFILP
that an Action lO Foreclose a Mm
gage on Ihe following real propel '
located In Dade County, Florida:
l.,,t .,, Thomson Park, according
to (he Pint thereof as n i
in Plat Book 47 at pane 4:' of the
Public Records of Dade County
Florida; ,
ha* been filed against you and > I
I to serve a copy of yol
are
111'!
II
of the Circuit Court of Dade County. I Miami, Florida intend t
staff
'4
e94$*$$$S$$$9$$4g
f.
uildsrs
CALL 373-6576
I FOR IMMEDIATE
TEMPORARY- >?
tT-TIME POSITIONS S
gf 400, AINSLEY BUILDING ^
'loriila
DATBD al Miami Beach, Florida,
I this 16th day of September, loon.
,i ERRY A t jRi isS
STANLEY 11 RICHARD
:. 26 i" S-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85160
in RE Estate of
FLORENCEM BORTLB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Rav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Bstnte:
You are hereby notified and rcquli
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have ngalnsl Ihe es.
tale of FLORENCE M BORTLB de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to tile County Judges of Dad, County
iand file the same m duplicate and as
provided In Section t::.i i;. Florida
j Statutes, in their offices in the CoUtltJ
| Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
; time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be haired.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this IMh
day of September, ah 1969
BDITH B. MATTHEWS
A Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the g6th day of September, 1%9.
JOSEPH H. YOUNG
Attorney for Metate of
Florence M. Horlte
47"i Blltmore Way.
Coral Oaklee, tnorlda
9 ^' It,3-U-lT
dam,
Court
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
thi und. rslgned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctitloun ami
..f MY Pl.ACllat 10" N.i:. 79th Street.
resistor said
with the clerk of the Circuit
of Pad, t'ounty, Florida.
PRANK LEHNER and
OLOA1BHNER
KESSI ER A PKi'KKItMAX
\i torn' I s fi i Applicants
I'.;, Kill more Way
Miami, Florida 38134
19 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the uiid.rsii.ned. desiring to eni
business und.-r the fictitious name of
DAVID .1 SB1TLIN. D D.fi al 8700
S W 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tends- io register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi nia
DAVID J. SBTTLIN. D.D.S., P.A,
MARVIN K cil.l.MAN
UUn nei for
David 1 Seitlin. DD S P A.
111 l Brlckell Avenue
Miami, Florida :."i"i t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersifrned, desiring lo engage
In Iness under the fi. t n ion- name
of MBDCO DISCOl'NT STORES al
1 13 Harding Ave Surfside. Fin i i-
;., register said name with the
Clerk '" the circuit Conn of Dadi
County, Florida ,
Dated at Miami. Florida this 811(1
M i:i)t'i' STI FRES.INC .
h, pun I IP Hi \ss\i W. President
FROMBERG, FROMBERG
,v Rl iTH, P A.
.M lorney* for Applicant
I\is,-avile Blvd
Miami. Fin. S31S0 ,;.,.,T.J4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-16000
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.III IAN A BOSOTE,
Plaintiff.
\ -"
JORGE 111 IStJI'E,
I >efelidni I
Tl >: .n 'II' I B HOSOI' ''
\-u, ,11 )Ri IE lt( ISQI'E
hy notified lhal a Bill i'l '
for Dlvnn e has been ; !
you, and you are required I
, ,.;.% ,,:' \ mil- Ansu i '
9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I th undersigned, gag'
. in I n-lic- s under the flctitll II* I
RAINBOW DENTA1 ST1MHO at
925 Arthur Godfrey lb id, Miami
}':.... h ''; rlda l.iti ndi In
said name with the Clerk it thi 'it
.uit Court of Dade County, Florida,
AHTHIIt.l KN1GIN
FRISH&IAN A FB1N, BSQ8.
Attorne) s for Affiant
l ::-l-i7-J4
are hen
i' tni'l ii'"
against
serve a
I'l ailing to
i he Ulii of I 'omnlalnt on the Plalnl Iff's
an,,,-.,, v, GOLWl iRN and NBlT, P \
|,,, b, x us, Miami, PlorMn H14R
and file the original Answer or Plead-
in'-.- in the office of thi Clerk of ihe
I'm, uit Court on .a- In fore Ihi
day of November, 1989 If you fail In
io >. ludgmenl bj default will be
taken against cu for Ihe relief de-
led In the ndi of Comnlalnt.
This notice shall be published once
.ach week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEM ISH FI i dflDI \N,
l iNE VND l 1R1 >EHED al Miami.
Florida, this L'lth day of September
A I
!:. B I.FATMF'IM.W. Cll rk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: M EC BONSTBIN
Dcputj Clerk
ti 'irenit i 'ourt Seal i
;i DWt IRN and NBU, P A,
I ii Hot |M
Miami, Florida 38UK
Attoi nej s fot I'Uintiff
i it S-U-17 U
written di felises, If any, to
MYERS KU'l.AN-. PORTER I EVI>
BON & BENIN IC.n S.W. 1st Mr..
Miami. FI irlda 33130, Plnim^'-
iorney, n or hefon October :
,i,i t,|,. me original with '
,.,,,.,, i, i-ourt ither ben
vi......n Plaintiff's attorney or Irn
medlati I' thi r. after; otherwlsi a i
faun ,,, il be i nt- red against you i
Ihe relli I demanded in the nmplaii
\ -S mv hand and '.
,,, ,i .. c .m-i on September ll, 19'
,.; |i LEATHERMAN
Clerk of said Court
p'. M i: BONSTBIN
a- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ 2fi Jfl ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HEREBY GIVEN
il., underi gin il. desiring to i iigagi
i,- ,v- maI. i Ihe fictitious name I
KOSE.N i" VTT ROEMER at I -
,.,,! Bids ml w Flagler Street, M
.,nli pin it, nds to register sa
name with the Clerk of_gie Cln I
Court ol Dad. County, Fk>r da.
Dated al Miami Florida, this '
das "i S' l>t' mber, 1969.
ROSENBLATT fi ROEMER
pile iKESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
b, STAN- BY ROSENBLATT,
Presidi nt
FRl im BERl!, FROMBERG
;, ,rn P.A.
\pi le Rldg,
""'- Kl" ;3,3 ;, ,9 36 10 3 I"
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solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
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^Jewish Floiridliiaiii
Israel Refuses Official Comment On
Charges Swiss Sold Mirage Jet Plans
Miami, Florida Friday. October 3, 1969
Section B
Withdrawal Not A Prerequisite
NEW YORK (JTAi The
Arab States have informed the
United States and the Soviet
Union that prior Israeli with-
drawal is no longer a prerequi-
site for an Arab-Israeli settle-
ment, authoritative U.S. sources
have reported. The Arabs have
also indieated. according to some
sources, that under certain con-
ditions they might agree to meet
the Israelis face-to-face, but
I would not abandon their insist-
, nee on ultimate withdrawal.
Informed U.S. sources said
I i lat Secretary of State William
i Rogers had urged Mrs. Golda
eir to adopt a more flexible
s'and on the question of direct
gotiations with the Arabs. Is-
,l has demanded direct talks
negotiate a peace document
that would result in secure, rec-
_.;i/eil and agreed boundaries.
\s a result of the change in
It '. Arab position, the U.S.-
S i't talks now pursued on two
levels have moved forward, dj;-
veloping a formula for an ex-
panded and strengthened role
for United Nations Secretary-
General U Thant's special Mid-
east envoy, Dr. Gunnar V. Jar-
ring, thr sources sal 1.
IPO Leader Vows
!ourt Challenge Of
W. German Election
BONN (JTAi -The lender of
the ultra right-win? National
Democratic Party iNPD> has
vowed he would go to court to
challenge Sunday's West Ger-
man national election, in which
his reputedly neo-Nazi faction
polled 4.3 percent of the vote
double its showing four years
ago but still short of the five
percent minimum required to
gain seats in the Bundestag,
'.Vest Germany's lower house.
Adolf von Thadden conceded
feat, but contended his party
v as shackled by police bans, re-
f sals of some newspapers to
publi8h his advertisements and
the cancellation of his hall rent-
al contracts. He denied his sup-
; uters were "right-wing radi-
much less neo-Nazis, but
hi- stormy campaign was frank-
ly aimed at discontented blue
collar and lower middle class
elements and many of his rallies
sparked bitter anti-Nazi and
trade unionist demonstrations as
wells as violence.
A statement by the American
Jewish Congress in New York
said the NPD's failure to win
- ;its was "a reassuring demon-
stration of the common sense
and political grasp of this gen-
eration of West Germans, but
warned against "complacency
over the election results." Will
Maslow, executive director of
the AJCongress. said. "The NPD
cannot be expected to disappear
or give up its fight to revive the
spirit of Nazism."
The New York Times inter-
preted the election outcome as a
"vote for continuity." and re-
marked editorially that Chancel-
I lor Kiesinger's apparent shift to
the right succeeded in keeping
I von Thadden's "motley collec-
Ition of old and new Nazis out
|cf parliament."
The outcome of the election
W is close, with Chancellor Kurt
iKi'singer's Christian Demccrat-
i I nion winning 46.1 percent of
vote and the rival Social
eocrats of Foreign Minister
' lily Brandt 42.7 percent.
Drafts of a document to im-
plement this projected Jarring
initiative have already been ex-
changed by the United States
and Russia, it was disclosed. An
iimi solved problem is whether
the Palestinians and their guer-
rilla groups would accept Arab-
Israrl direct negotiations. Some
form of concession to the Pales-
tinians is reported being sought
by the Russians and mericans
in the context of a viable settle-
ment. This may involve request-
ing Israel to agree to limited re-
patriation,
The United States is said to
see n: : '. \" I'.ussi i's insist, nee
that Dr. Jarring could shuttle
back an 1 forth between the Is-
raelis and Arabs, to resolve their
differences as well as to present
both sides with a compromise
formula endorsed by the Big
Four as a basis for direct nego-
tiations. The Arabs indicate they
might, if presented with such a
super-power-endorsed formula.
agree to meet the Israelis face-
to-face to sign what U.S. offi-
cials describt d as "an appropri-
ate irstrument." The Big Four
are slated to meet in late Oc-
tobi r. It is !> lieve that any
diplomacy inv King Dr. Jarring
would has to await the out-
come of Isra I's Oct. -8 national
election,
U.S.-S '.let talks were to con-
tinue between Joseph J. Sisco,
Assistant ; t tary of State for
Near Cast frn Affairs, and Soviet
Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobry-
nin following a scheduled third
meeting between Secretary of
State Rogers and Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei A. Gromyko.
The lower-level talks will be
aim.d at narrowing the gap be-
tween the two nations' positions.
Mr. Rogers, accompanied by
Mr. Sisco and I'.N. Ambassador
Charles W. Yost, met with Mrs.
Meir. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban and Ambassador Yitzhak
Rabin in h r hotel suite for a
70-minute talk, during which ne-
gotiations wi re said to have been
discussed. He was scheduled to
confer later with Abdul M
Rifai, the Jordanian Foreign
Minister, and Saudi Arabia's en-
voy, and Lebanese representa-
tives.
Mrs. Meir mi t with Ni w
York Congressional aders, the
editors of Time, Life and For-
tune magazines, the New York
Times' editorial board, the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
addressed Jewish youth groups
in Madison Square Garden and
attended a dinner tendered in
her honor by the City of New-
York at the Brooklyn Museum
en Tuesday.
According to an unconfirmed
report, Mrs. Mi ir will not return
to Israel this weekend as sched-
. but will remain to address
an ATL-CIO convention in At-
lantic City, N.J.. next week. Mr.
Cban, according t.> the report,
return to Israel as plant-., i.
RUSALEM I JTAi -Israeli
officials had i > comment on the
charges thai an engineer em-
ployed by one of Switzerland's
largest manufacturing firms had
sold Israel secret plans tor an
improved version of the Fn nch
Mirage jet fighter plane.
Federal Attorney Hans Wald-
er made the charges in Berne
on Friday against Alfred Frau-
enknecht, 43, a technical depart-
ment head at the Sulzer Engi-
neering Co. in Winterthur. The
firm manufactures jet engines
of the M:. age ill "S" planes
under a license from the French
firm of Marcel Dassault.
According to Mr. Walder, Mr.
Frauenknecht admitted after his
arrest that he had sold 20 crates
full of secret plans, records and
tooling instructions to Israel for
$200,000. The alleged transfer of
the plans began in the fall of
1968, after the embargo was
Imposed by Dc Gaulle, and they
reportedly were passed to Israeli
agents In West Germany.
One of Frauenknecht's respon-
sibilities was to destroy plans
after they were microfilmed. (>f-
ficials of the Swiss government
claim that instead, he burned
waste paper, and concealed the
blueprints, models and some en-
tine parts in crates which were
smuggled across the Rhine into
West Germany by barge during
the night. His motive was said
to be sympathy for Israel.
According to reports from Ge-
neva. Mr. Fiauenknecht will be
charged with betraying military
secrets. The pro-Arab lobby in
Switzerland has already begun
to exploit the alleged crime, but
Swiss newspapers so far have
confined themselves to reporting
the facts. Swiss authorities are
expected to take a very hard
line in the case because of em-
barrassment, however.
Switzerland, a neutral country
in both world wars, has often
been described as a hotbed of
international espionage ar.d the
Swiss gi nerally take a cod.
phisticated vi< w ol sue i
luarters ol sevei ; ma-
jor international Jewish
i, Switzerland report
makis a handsome annual pi
out ol financial dealings with Is-
rai 1 ar.d Jewish institutions.
Up to now, the French-!
Mirage IV has been the major
operational aircraft of the 1st a
Air Force. The embargoed Mi-
rage V, for which Israel paid
$200 million, is an improved ver-
sion built to Israeli specifica-
tions. The U.S. built F-4 Phan-
tom jets now being deliver! d are
expected to take their place. I".
the meantime. Israel has opi ned
its own jet engine factory .: tax
Jerusalem in partnership with
the French-owned Turbon
Co, of Paris, and has also pur-
chasi d an American jet
anj which is being relocat-
ed m ar Lydda Airport, b
which reportedly produce inly
civilian aircraft engini s.
New Threats Made
By Arab Terrorists

LONDON i JT.M A new
Arab terrorist threat against th !
lives of persons using Israeli
transportation facilities or doing
business at Israeli embassies or
offices anywhere in the world
has been brought to the atten-
tion of the British government,
police authoiities and the Uni-
VI rsal Postal Union in Berne,
Switzerland by the World Jew-
ish Congress.
The latest threat came from
the Popular Front for the Liber-
ation of Palestine. Titled. "A
Slat' ment to World PublL"
' (pinion." it said the Front con-
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ices and al! Zior.is"
commercial or tourist centers is
extensions of the "Zionist expan-
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Friday, October
Two More Ambulances
For Red Mogen Dovid
Responding to the growing con-
corn in this country for Israel's
. unialties in the eontinuins ter-
rorlsl attacks along its borders,
l. .id. is of the Greater .Miami Jew-
ish community have stepped up
their efforts to provide medical as-
sistance for the victims of such
attacks.
Two additional ambulances have
beer contributed to Israel's Red
Mogen Dovid. the country's emer-
penci medical unit, in a campaign
effort that was launched and co-
ordinated by the Hebrew Academy
of G eater Miami, the school's vice
president, Sam Relnhard, who is
chairman of the South Florida
Committee of the American Ret I
Mogi n Dovid for Israel, has an-
i I
one of the two new ambulances
.....itributed by Mr. and Mrs.
iam i", Mechanic of Miami
n i. The other is the gift of Mr.
ii Mrs. Ben Lcrner ami Mr. and
Mrs Harry Lcrner, also of Miami
c 1.
Dedication ceremonies for the
fullj equipped emergency vehicles,
the fourth and fifth to be sent io
Israel In the drive launched by
the Hebrew Academy, will be held
lie school at iO:;:o a.m. Sunday,
I let. 12. The first three wire the
jjfts of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
R08< i. Mi. and Mrs. Ralph Hash
nd Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rein-
hard.
Mr. Mechanic, a real estate ex-
ecutive who has mvned and oper-
ted hotels and apartment build-
3. 1961
First Day Covers Of Mon
Landing Stamp Delayed
The Post Office Department i
announced a delay in the fciJJ
of first day covers of the u?
Landing stamp, due t ," "
prrcetlentetl number | ,,"'
The
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Hen and Harry Lerrier, who con-
tributed the other ambulance,
said they considered the gift a
humanitarian means of promoting
the cause of peace.
A founder and former chairman
of the board of Young Israel of
Greater .Miami. Ben Lerner was
chairman of the building commit-
tee hi that North Miami Beach
congregation, serves on the board
of directors of the Hebrew Acad-"
emy and has been active in behalf
ol the Mesivta High School ol
Greater Miami.
Harry Lcrner. also a founder of
Young Israel, has set ved as pit si-
di nt of that congregation and also
serves on the Academy's board of
directors. Both -Mrs. Ben Lerner
and Mrs. Harry Lcrner arc past
presidents of Young Israel's Sister-
hood.
Gerald Schwartz To Speak
Miami Beach public relations
executive Gerald Schwartz will be
i the guest speaker at a luncheon
meeting of the women's division of
the Histadrut Council of South
i Florida Wednesday noon in the
Bel Aire Hotel, Mrs. Jack Wolf-
! stein, president, has announced. A
] piano recital by Olga Bibor Stern
Is also Included in the program.
Abraham A. Grunnut, (right) re-
ceiving an award from Max
Gresnwald of the Ptogiessive
Regular Democratic Club of
Miami Beach in recognition of
Washington Federal's outstand- **'-*.'-
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(left) and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lerner.
Variety Children's
Dedicating Chapel
Variety Childrei 's Hospital w ill
officially dedicate a Meditation
Chapel endowed In Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Bloom of Hollywood at 11:30
a.m. Wedm sday. The uniquelj de-
signed circular room was renovat-
ed and decorated by Morris Lapi-
diis, the architi ci who designed
the expansion of the hospital sev-
eral years ago.
Participating in the dedication
ceremonies will be E. Arthur
Evans, president o! the board:
Henry E, Lord, executive director
ol the hospital; Dr. Richard C.
Adler, medical director; Dr. Claude
Holmes, Jr., president of the medi-
cal board, and Mrs. Carol Brooks,
supervisor of nursing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bloom will be
guests of honor at a small lunch-
con in the hospital board room
following the dedication ceremony,
The hospital's Distinguished Serv-
ice Scroll will presented to thorn
in recognition of their gem
and support.
Philanthropist Sol Bloom i- a
retired jewelry chain store exeeu
live who has participated in manj
in alth and w< Hare activities in the
South Florida ana. The Douglas
Gardens Jewish Home for the
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the exemplarv role of their re-
spective groups in the Miami
Beach Chapter Israel Bonds en-
deavor. Those selected for this
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Award To Be Presented Mrs. Zelda Thau
At Hadassah Bcnd-With-lsrae! Luncheon
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leadership on behalf of Isr
through 'Hadassah and the Wo-
men's Division of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
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man, chairman of the Board o!
Governors of the Miami Israel
: Organization, will be special
guest spe k.-.-s.
The entertainment portion of the
program will also include Eddie
Schaffer, the well known stage
and television humorist.
I The Hadassah-Israel Anniversary
honor include: Bay Harbor Group.
Mrs. Ellis Amrur, Mrs. **n*^
Btein and Mrs Benjamm Stein-
muller; Louis B. Brandeis Group,
Mrs David E. Reinwald and Mis.
San, Ruban; Eddh Cantor Grou*
Mrs Sam Silverberg and Mrs. Jean
Krasner; Esther f*
Michael Kcinscin: For*> Jowen
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Goodman Group, Mrs. Hyrnan
Chabner. Mrs. Rachel Gold and
Mra Doris Laschow; Here Group.
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First Meeting CM New Season
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Miami Chapter Delegation To Attend 55th Annual Convention Of Hadassah
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Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg, Miami
Chapter president, will lead the
< haptex's delegation to Hadassah's
5-ith annual national convention in
New Orleans, La., Oct. 12-15. dur-
ing which Dr. Christian Barnard
of South Africa, world-renowned
heart surgeon, will be a featured
s; aker and recipient of the Hen-
ri- I ta Szcld Citation and Award.
The convention will be attended by
a number of other distinguish/d
visitors, including Joseph Klar-
mon, world director of Youth
Aliyah.
The Miami Chaj I r*s delegation
will include Mrs. Samuel St"in-
I Tg, Mrs. Martin Amster. Mrs.
Harry Mandel, Mrs. Harry Gold-
s' in, Mis. Ralph Prank, Mrs. Al-
I i Keenan, M -. .:. Lippman,
Aon. Harry Tush, Mrs. Stanley
Miller, Mis. Marshall Jacobs and
Mrs. Isadora Goldberg. Mrs. Leon-
ard Wolpe, president. Florida Re-
gion. National Board member Mrs.
Morton Silberman, and Mrs. Ger-
| aid Saltz. winter resident cochair-
I man, will attend the National
I Board meeting which will be pre-
1 cede tin" convention.
*
Know Thy Neighbor" will be
i he topic of ChaJ Group's panel
discussion at 8:30 p.m. Monday,
followed by a question and answei
period at Young Israel of Greater
Miami. 990 NK 171st St.. North
Miami Beach.
Wednes I ... Oct. 22, the group
will hol! an electronics sale from
8:3 i a.n I i noon in the audito-
rium of the Washington Federal,
when new merchandise, including
radios, transistors, binoculars, tape
recorders and walkie-talkies will
be sold for less than cost. Proceeds
will go to Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization.
t
The luncheon of the Albert F.in-
stein Group at Windsor Towers
North Auditorium, 1530 NE 168th
St., at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13,
will be free to all members who
have enrolled for the "69-70 season.
Mrs. Morton Silberman wiil be the
guest speaker.
* *
Kadimah Group's program vice
president, Mrs. Samuel Meyers,
will head the afternoon's nter-
tainment Wednesday, Oct. 29. with
a skit on membership at the paid-
up membership luncheon featuring
.i special program for life mem-
befs:
*
Menorah Group wjljjjold a pe-
tite luncheon ut 11 :M0 a.m. Mon-
day, Oct. 13, in the Coral Gables
Women's Club. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per of Temple Judea, guest speak-
er, will take "The Future of Ha-
dassah is the Future:" as his topic.
j
Ramah Group will meet at 1
p.m. Monday in the New Horizons
Auditorium for a paid-up member-
, ship luncheon. Enti rtainment has
been ai rangi d by program -
chairman. Mrs. Louis Mathis
The Eleanor Roosevelt Group
will meet in the MarLen Audito-
rium at 12:30 p.m. Monday, for a
Surprise program arranged by Mrs.
Emanui i Reiss, program vie.
Ident, and Mis. Louis Sariovv, fund
raising vice president.
*
Payment of dues will be the
licii. t (6 the membership lunek",:i
party of the < haiin Weizmann
Group at noon Sunday, Oct. 12. i:t
the Game Room, 1408 SE Bay-
shore Dr. Mrs. Arthur Gross
rship vice president of the
Miami Chapter, and i 'ha
pie will be guest speakers,
a games party will t> :
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Oct. 25 in the Holsum Bak
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Friday, October 3, 1969
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Announces October Meeting Schedule
October meetings schi
ou is "I the Miami Beach Chap-
r ul Hadassah include:
The Kadimah Group will I
I the Singapore Hotel Monday at
10 a.m. for luncheon and an In-
resting ['resident of the
.roup is Mrs. Leona Meisi I.
A luncheon-meeting ol th Louis
1). Brandeh Group will be hi Id in
Font) Lm leau Hoti l al 11:30
m. Monday. Mrs. David Rein-
aid and Mrs. S n :: ban will
: eside.
* *
A snack luncheon at the \
Hotel has been scheduled for Mon-
ey noon by the Henrietta Szold
.roup. Guest speaker will bo Jo-
ph Yanich. director of the South-
astern Region of the American
Jewish Congress. Group president
- Mrs. Sol Greenberg.
t s *
Lincoln Croup will hold its reg-
i lar monthly meeting at 12:30
p.m. Monday in the 100 Lincoln
Rd. Club Room. A Sing-Along with
Molly Spector and Rose Shaw will
follow a talk by Mrs. Sylvia Kur-
land, membership chairman of the
Chapter. Mrs Rose L. Brown is
program chairman; Mrs. Anne
!.ovy is president of the group.
The book 'Thy Daughter's Na-
kedness" will bo reviewed by
Myron Kaufmann when the Forte
Towers Group holds its monthly
meeting in the auditorium of the
North building at 1 p.m. Monday,
(>ct. 13. Program chairman is Mrs.
Ida F. Klite; Mrs. Sylvia Danzig
i- pn sident of the group.
Mrs. Rose Twery will preside at
the ledication f the Jean King
Memorial at the 12:30 p.m. meet-
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One hundred Israelis were sent
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Principals in Temple Beth Sholom's Sister-
hood luncheon, which featured "Lady Bsth
Sholom Does Her Own Thing" included,
standing, left to right, the Mesdames Jerrold
Levy, Leon Kronish, Elliot Peail, Rudy Ham-
mer, E. Max Kesselman, Robert Joel, Meyer
Kotler and Dr. Leon Kronish, and seated.
Cantor David Conviser, left, and Mr". Irene
Teplis. The program launched the Miami
Beach congregation's Sisterhood activities
for the coming year.
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Judge Milton Friedman Guest Speaker,
Installing Officer At Technion Luncheon
Judge Miii m a. Friedman will
the guest speaker and installing
1 .ice ,ii th installati :i lunch* on
rtiaml '< sen i !hapt< r, Worm n'g
is ion Ami u an Society for
' hiit-u'^l^> Gi"i Hnm of l lie
Gilbert Spertcll
Joins Temple Staff
Gill rl Spertell, a former resi-
dent of New York City, where he
as comptroller for one of the
jest mortfraet' banking and
brokerage firms in the Uniud
States for 1G years, has joined the
staff of Temple Kmanu-Kl as its
mplroller, according to an an-
ouncement made by hoard chair-
man Samuel Priedland and temple
resident Joseph Cohen.
Mr. Spertell. whose experience
leludes years of association with
:ie United Jewish Ap|>eal and the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
les, came to Miami with his wife,
Florence, and two of his four sons,
. July. His eldest son is serving
Ith the I'.S. Armv in Germany.
. id the next oldest is a student at
cooper Union in New York, where
he is in his junior year. The Iwys
ho are living at home are en-
olled in Miami Beach Senior High
School.
"'ontainebleau Hotel Thursday, ii
res i>. i n annoi :i :ed.
The Technion Esi a< I institute ol
T. chn lo ,;. o] ened its :
in i t.;o!!, i nl ol '.;) jjy.1"
.>-ii v the i du< ation ol

trial researchers and other pro-
le ssionals. Today its m ollmi >l
nore than 5.000 includes some
1,500 post | students. The
Miami Beach Chapter, since its
irganization nine years ago, has
nntrlbuted more than $45,000 in
scholarships to the institution.
Luncheon guests will be enter-
tained by singing star Joyce Far-
ber, accompanied at the piano by
Olga Bihor Stern, according to
program vice president Mrs. Trudy
Hamerschlag. Chairman of the day
will be Mrs. Milton Sirkin, who is
i past president and life member-
ship chairman.
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, left, Mrs. Ma* Kern and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin are shown as they map plan;-, (or the installa-
tion luncheon cf the Miami Beach Chapter Women's Di-
vision American Society Icr Technion in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Thursday. October 9.
Chapter president
Kern.
is Mrs. Max
Sisterhood Membership Coffee
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
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former Metropolitan Opera star
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.a repertoire of operetta excerpts
and American and Israeli songs.
Hahhi Mayer Aiuamowitz. spir-
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contribute to the spirit of the eve-
ning by relating "Stories I Could-
n't Tell From the Pulpit" some
hilarious rabbinical experiences.
The "Simcha Party" is being
sponsored by the three affiliated
agencies of the temple: Sister-
hood represented by Mrs. Essie
Wolf, president, and Mrs. Lee
Gottlieb: PTA, with Mrs. Carl
Rosenberg, president and Mrs. Na-
than Friedman as representatives;
and Al Golden, president, and Nor-
man Shapiro, chairman, represent-
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Marlow Gray Guest Speaker
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Washington Federal. 699 NE HJTth
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: p.m. Wednesday. The public is in-
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will meet at 7:,H0 p.m. Wednesday
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Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
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Friday, October 3, 196g
"........." "-.,.
Sunday Afternoon Ceremony At Temple Israel
Makes Ursula Wienholtz Kenneth Myers' Bride
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"Nothing seems Important to me except to tell you
about the noches 'hat I tret from my children and my hus-
band." confided Sylvia 'Mrs. Jacob Katz.
"All right." I said, "but first
tell me how you arrived in this
time and space so that you could
have noches from your family."
Sylvia was born in Now York
City. Her father was in the hotel
business in Monticello. N.Y.. and
Sylvia always objected strenuous-
ly to the moving back and forth
that had to be done summer and
winter. She wanted the feeling of
belonging that comes with staying
in one place, and later saw to it
that her children could have that
sense of permanency. "
Sylvia, who was always a goody-goody little girl, a
teacher's pet, a joy at home and school mot to the other
children, thoughwho likes the teachers pet?i was one of
three children. Her brother. Philip Kahaner. is an assistant
attorney general in New York; her sister, Gertrude, is a
teacher in the Greater Miami area.
Sylvia was in the honor society while she was attend-
ing Girls Commercial High School. Her brother and sister
were already enrolled in colleges by the time she graduated
back during the depression, so she went to work as a sec-
retary to an attorney, and she met the most wonderful boy
in the world, her Jack. His father. Rabbi Mayer Katz.
performed the inspiring and sacred ceremony which united
them in marriage--evidently a binding one. too.
There were ten families in the Monticello Park area of
North Miami when Sylvia and Jack moved there in 1938.
The first religious services were held in their home when
the Jewish community was organized which became Temple
Beth Torah. Being brought up in a religious atmosphere
made it easy for Sylvia to adhere to all Jewish traditions
in her home. And Jack is an assistant director of Kosher
Zion.
But about Sylvias noches. She "came alive" when her
children started to attend Hebrew Academy and found her-
self in helping others. Starting as a room mother in the
PTA. she went up the ladder as chairman, officer and vice
president, until today she is president of the Hebrew
Academy Women. Though she has been in other organiza-
tions, and held office in them (she was president of Miz-
rachi Women > to Sylvia the education of children is more
important than anything else. She thinks that because we
are the People of the Book, all children should have a good
basic Jewish education.
Sylvia used to dance a lot, was active in sports and did
a lot of embroidery work. She made so many Matzo covers,
Pesach covers and tablecloths that the novelty wore off
(but the embroidery didn't:' She likes to read, but feels
that most of the new books are a waste of time and not
worth reading.
Sylvia and Jack have an open house: their many friends
enjoy going to the Katz home and partaking of the hos-
pitality. They feel so at home they even invite themselves.
But about Sylvia's noches. She is so thankful for the way
their children believed and practiced Torah that now that
her children are grown, she is trying to see that all children
have the same opportunities. That is why she is so en-
grossed in the work related to the Hebrew Academy.
The Katz's daughter. Phyllis, met Dr. Judah Rosenberg
while he was in the United States to obtain an education.
When they married, she went back to Israel with him to
make their home. Their children are Nava Meir and Gideon.
Sylvia was one of the first 18 Americans to go to Israel
after the Six-Day War. Gideon's arrival was imminent at
the time, and Sylvia was frantic until she got there and
found all was well, after being assisted by Sen. Jacob K.
Javits in the cutting of the red tape.
Three years to the day after Phyllis was bom. her
brother. Martin, was born. His bris was the first to be
celebrated in Hj'.'; "-'..>. He and his wife. Janet, and
two children, An ira, live in New York.
Sylvia's heart has a .- heavy with the thoughts of what
is happening in and to Israel. But now she has changed.
She has stopped rrying, and with complete faith in God
- V zing everything in His hands. "Everyone must be-
lieve in God and He will take care of all His people. We'll
be all right," she said in a trembling voice.
The marriage of Ursula Wienholtz and
th M. Myers was solemnized Sunday
afternoon. Sept. 28. in the new chan->! of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot officiated at the double-
nndle'.ight ceremony in the pres
( members of the family, and
a receptioi Folio I at Westview Country
Club.
In the w Iding party proceeding down
the ai*le to music provided by a harp and
n w : Mrs. St nley C Myers, the
- m ither, his grandmother, Mrs.
O Myers, Mrs. Luiga Wienholtz of Karls-
West Germany, mothei of the bride,
groom's father. Stanley C. Myers,
who gave the bride in marri
The bridal attendant.-;, maid of honor
Ellen Moore and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, ma-
tron of honor, carried orchid bouquets of a
deep fuschia color and wore gowns of olive
green with ciirndl skirts of brocade ranging
in color from hot pink to fuschia.
The new Mrs. Myers chose a flowing
A-line short-sleeved gown of candlelight
satin organza with an appliqued lace de-
sign and a short train fashioned of the same
material. She carried a bridal arrangement
of daisies and white orchids.
Serving as best men were Bob Hurwitz
and Fred K. Shochet: Richard Pettigrew,
Gerald Lewis. Eugene Rosenthal. Robert
Shapiro and Dr. Arthur Gilbert ushered.
A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and University
of Florida Law School, the bridegroom.
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
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MRS. KENNETH MYERS
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er of the Florida Legislature five
years, having first been elected to the
state's House of Representatives in 19(14.
A partner in the law firm of. Myers
Kaplan. Porter. Levinson and Kenin. Mr,
Myers, who was elected to the Florida Sen-
ate in 196S. is a member of the Palm Bay
Club and of the Westview Country' Club.
The couple will make their home in the
Brickell Town House. 2451 Brickell Ave.
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University Of Oklahoma Students
Susan Sugarman, Sim Granoff Marry
Rabbi Morris Goldstein offici-
al' d at the recent double-ring
c re monies in Temple Sherith Is-
iael, San Francisco, which united
the former Susan Sugarman of
San Francisco and former Miami
Beach resident Sim Granoff in
marriage.
Mrs. Mark Granoff was matron
cf honor lor tne daughter of Dr.
Bit! Mis. Harold Sugar man, who
..as given in marriage by her fath-
!. The gn urn's brother. Dr. Mark
Granoff of La Jolla, Calif., served
as best man. Ushers included the
! ride's brother, Dr. David Sugar-
. Richard Traverna and Mor-
ton Stein.
The tride chose a gown of white
jj k organza embroidered with A!-
< neon lace and pearls, and her veil
.vas held by a matching headpiece.
Kcr bridal bouquet was an ar-
/ antic mint of stephanotis centered
by large white orchids.
Students at the University of
C klahoma. the ncwlywcris will be
raking their home in Norman.
I kla.. while they complete their
education. The bride, who is affili-
ated with Alpha Epsilon Phi soror-
ity, is in her senior year at the
university's Medical School, from
which she will receive a degree in
Physical Therapy. The groom, a
I niversity of Oklahoma graduate,
j> preparing for his Ph.D. in Phys-
iology.
Lynne Kessler's Engaged To Marry Coral Cancer League
Membership Luncheon
49e; Banquet Sunday
A Simchas Torah banquet will
te- held by the Forty-Niners of
Te mple Kmanu-Kl in the Friedland
Pallroom Sunday at 12:30 under
the chairmanship of Ben L'pstein.
A special tiibute to Rabbi Lehr-
man and a musical program by
Cantor Zvi Adler will be present-
ed. Irving Schatzman is president
of the Forty-Niners.
The engagement of Lynne Kess-
ler to Robert Stewart Green has
been announced by her mother,
Mrs. Harry Kessler.
A stewardess for Trans-World
Airlines, the bride-elect is a giiid-
i .late of Coral Gables High School.
! Miami-Dade Junior College and
the University of Alabama.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mis. Si,iiii-. Greene of Glencex
III., is a giaduate of Nil.'-; Town-
ship High School. Morton Grow
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Lorber Chapter Of CARIH
Holds 'President's Coffee'
Mrs. Alli-n Abelson and new
members will be honored at the
annual President's Coffee to be
hi Id by Lorber Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital at Denver in the
home of Mrs. Harvey Amster.
13421 S\V 72nd Ave., at 10 a.m.
Tuesday.
Orientation for new memfce-s
will be directed by Mrs. Ernest
Harris. She wi 1 be assisted by Mrs.
i Abelson and vice presidents Mrs.
j Sam Greenfedcr. ceordinating;
i Mrs. Ed Scharps. membership:
| Mrs. Sidney Harris, wavs and
! means, and Mrs. Anshel Rackoff,
i programming.
Sisterhood Tea To
Hear Barcxpie Trio
Music by the Miami Philhar-
monic Orchestra's Baroque Trio
will be featured on the program
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
m< mbership tea at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami Wednesday, Oct.
15 at 12:30 p.m.
Philharmonic Conductor Alain
Lembard and Mrs. H. A. Ross, the
president of the Philharmonic
Women's Guild, will also partici-
pate in the program, speaking to
the group.
Cochairmen of the event are
Mrs. Jerome Halpe-rn and Mrs. Eu-
gene Rosenfeld; Mrs. Henry J.
Nelson is in charge of the pro-
gram. Other committee members
include Mrs. Arnold Rosen, re-
Ireshments; Mrs. Leonard Rosen-
l*rg, elecorations; Mrs. Samuel
Gray, invitations; and hostesses
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uighl C vboy? l 'id you see
who Ih for the s ings? Lilj !'
1 ... j rot 1 '. ftl ChiC
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ij ." Flo's s 11.
u ill remember, he
a iter. Hi ha -
n the I -i i I the top ten. He wrote these
songs and the Iris name was, as big .'is life.
S Liii went to the movie ii> see his name. Can
you imagine I Hi al anything which isn'l absolu-
tely highbrow? Maybe you can, I can't. I never
even tell her what I road or watch on T.V.
A VISIT
M.s. Leon Ell, Mrs. Ralph Spero, and Mrs.
David Levin Urman Herman) had a nostalgic
afternoon. They wont to visit Mother Baum.
Mother Baum is 95 years young. She can't get
around as she usod to. n you remember she was
the pride and joy of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxi-
liary. She is still remembered and always will i>o
for all the volunteer worts she did. She put the
younger women to shame. She still i.s busy doing
something with her hands. Although the guests
had taken her a remembrance, they all came
away with s itnething that they will always
treasure, not only the inspiration of a woman
who is living lh*o to the fullest but something
tangible. She gave each of them a croohetod bread
tray which she made herself. Not an ordinary
cover, it had "Bread" spoiled out in it.
THEY HAD A GREAT TIME.
Marilyn and Harry Smith are home from their
most exciting trip. By the time their friends got
the cards they sent from Taiwan, the Smiths will
no doubt be off on another trip. They enjoyed this
trip more because they wore with so many local
people and got to absorb the local color and s v
things tourists don't get t" see When they wore
in Hng Kong. Tokyo and Thailand, they were
the different people. The home folks stared at
them! Different i leals, different living habits
and new forms of education made thoir trip
outstanding and revealing.
Poor M irilyn hail cold and d "t f
nil" : av > -i
he c iuldn'1 tell h r to go to bed :
her t Oi
mote* ;; rokyo.
They wenl to the I oi the nati
the gn
a shin! i Rope O n j in their h in >i
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il but tho Japan I i '" ''
give Marilyn and Harry some kind of bo
Chick" n. !' sn is .-"ill alive in old Japan and
the Smiths wore fortunate to ec it as it is at
ibis ceremony. This wrestler is a combination
of our Elizabeth Taylor, John Wayne and all of
our big time names. Taiho weighs 400 pounds.
Marilyn as guest of honor sat next to him.
Wrestling isn't a lake In Japan and it is pretty
wild. She said he is a real sweet guy. She told
the interpertcr to tell him she felt like a little
ant sitting next to him. He enjoyed the joke
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the signed picture and hear about the ceremony.
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+J*Hist Fkriafr&r
Paqe 13-B
Spinoza Forum's Lecture Subjects
tories of th will be de-
I scribed, ending the six-months
The Human Body, Its
.'.'< rk and Its Care."
New Officers Selected For United Banking Group Banks
The topics to be discussed I
|D-. Abraham Wolfson, lecturer of
It he Spinoza Forum which meets
I ;. tli irsday from 10 a.m. to
on in the auditorium of the
r'< di ral come und< r
i'-' 'Hunifimtikiin rt Mnnlth
and the Art of Lading Happily.
Dr. Wolfson was to lecture on
\\ is l< m of the Eody" Thurs-
his to; ic on Thursday, Oct. 9.
i> Giants of the Body." "Our Sen-
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( i. 23 "The Marvelous Team-
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..osophy i Spinoza, "! ic .
PbTl ts Li X-ay to nappy Mv:-
Then is i i
United Banking Group directors
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Miami bank? owned by the holding
company, board chairman Frank
Smathers, Jr.. has announce d.
Peter J. Hardiman was elected
senior vice president of United
National of Mi, mi; James Grady
a as named new business officer in
ts trusl d< partment. At Coral
-t National Bank. John
Kennedy Qualifies
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Citv Commission
. Mayoi David T.
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enm
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r. who vi sid nt cl
'nioi I. il 1416,
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rji j Da\ Walters, who w as
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mphrey, was appointed Kenne-
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fJenist fk>ridfi<3ir
Friday, October 3, 1969
Gala Opening Of Koscot Beuutii|iie' | Jefferson National
A new concept In retailing was beauty Ideas." Mrs. Lois Pantuso. EleCtS GoWl
recently unveiled in Miami Springs manager, ami co-owner Frank Nel-
the all-new Hoi.se of Koscot re- son of Spencer, Iowa. say. We
arc here to help every woman be
the woman she wants to be. What
really makes our Beautique unique
is the professional beauty consul-
tation staff we've selected to keep
tail center offering unique beauty
consultation along with a quality
line of cosmetics, wigs. Jewelry,
furs and unusual boutique items.
It's called a -beautique." combin-
ing "beauty" and "boutique."
The gala oim nir.g of the new
fashion center. 53 Curtis Pkw
Miami Springs, icok place Friday, ner ever devised,
Sept 26, and included prizes, re-, said.
freshments and fre. samples of the The primary ingredient in the
famous mink ...l cosmetics. \ furmulas of the Koscot line ol cos-
The beautique has been design- |metics is an exclusive oil oi mink
cd to educate and s rvice today's base, which has been found to i>os-
modern woman with totally new|sess exceptional qualities
and exciting cosmetic products and 'care of the human skin.
The President of the North Dade
Bar Association, Norman H. Gold-
stein, has been elected to the Ad-
visory Board of Jefferson National
Bank of Sunny Isles.
Youth Night At Emonu-EI
The young men of Temple
Emanu-Kl will be honored at a
unique Simehas Torah celebration
in the main sanctuary at 7 p.m.
Saturday with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating. Following the
service, the temple's teenagers wiil
be guests at a special reception in
Sirkin Hall.
Goldstein has served as Chan-
llorof North Miami Beach Lodge
tbe women of Greater Miami look- cellor Ol ^' "" "^^ ;..
?w ing elegant from head to toe in the No 1J8. *#** ".
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is a member of th
the
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Convention Ladies' Chairman
Mrs. B. B. Go!< st< in, 6 W. Rivo
Alto Dr.. Miami Beach, has been
appointed chairman of the ladies'
activities for the 5Kth annual con-
vention and exhibit of the Linen
Supply Association of America to
be held in the Fontainebleau Hotel
May 4-8. More than 1,000 lines
suppliers and associates arc ex-
pected to attend the gathering.
A native of Atlanta. Mrs. Gold-
stein, who received her B.A. de-
gree from the University of Wis-
consin, has been active in the
South Florida Council of Girl
Scouts, and as a board member of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service. She and her husband, a
vice president ol Rentex Services
Co.. Miami, are the parents of
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Page 15-B
foitoaties
JER, Herman,
ntnl Ml. Sinai.
JRIB. Jam- K., liT,
N.M.B. Riverside.
itAN, Benjamin, Mi.
\. umfiir.
l>r. Uiiim^^J,
R2. Gordon. In*
MM X.K. 191
320 Ocean
IER. Or. U|M
Si. Riveraine.
EeT. Nancy. 87, 201 Cuitlaa l'nrl> -
ly Ave. ICi v crsnlc.
ITESANO. Joseph I... 61, ISO N.E
lili St.. N.M.B. Riverside.
Cbkin, Clarii. *">. 550 Ninth Si.
fi;. Klveralde.
ELBERT. Samuel. 75. MM J*f-
f*>n Ave., MIS Klvemide,
llSHMAN. Bamuel, 7". 1582 Trll-
[Avt-.. Coral I'.aidcs. Klveralde, In-
iiumi Btar of David.
^KOWITZ, I "lii li|'. i
Riverside.
JDELSOHN, Jack, 71
fT. .M.I'-. Riverside,
ms. Jacob, t;. ;...
..- mi:. Gordon.
Ir6on. i........mi .i
ITil) Ter., Riverside
219.1 II;,
1200 Wei
Washington
:,::. 1425 s.w
Intermenl Mi.
IEENE, Tlllle,
it. I rordnll. inlt
I, I \":: S \V. Tib
] Ill-ill Ml N.-lio.
tEENSPAN, Ilwii.ui. >". 380U <',,!-
Ave -M II Rlvi ralde
tUBiTSKl. Josephine, ''. 1233 Nor-
in;,inn Dr., M.B. Rlversldi
>EDNICK. V, il;i. 8011 Washington
v\.; Mi: Riverside.
!UBEN. Abi ... 373 Bird Ave., lor-
11 \a VKTZ.MA.W Mary, Mi, 1.11 \ K.
2nd Si. Ri\- i
EINSTEIN, [sndore, 80, 910 Weal
\ \m Ml: Rl\ eralde
. ElnlTRAUB Charles, 70, B12 Mulii-
ad Avi M.B. Klveralde
:,jlman, Sam, 53, Mm Blsonyne
-i .; Ml: I.UIikov. ." 4111 Si Chapel-
lleyer, Funeral Director. Inter-
iiiitei star "i David.
-iEENSPAN. Ilyinan. BO, 3800 Col-
in Ave., ill: Riverside
klENpEL, Lewis A.. 62. 513 W. :i"tli
m U. Riverside
IHAI.ER. Max, 75. --"" K Reach
31., Hailnndale. North Miami
i-ral Hume.
iCKSTEIN, Plllllll S. 59, 5313 Col-
Ave., M.1J New mi
-ahN. Mi- l"j'-. 69, *::'<> Collins
\\t., Ml: Rlversldi
(HOLLANDER. Jack. 70, 13703 N K
h Av N Miami Riverside. In-
ni.-nt .MI. Neho
'HURVVITZ. Alexander I.. 83, 17950
N \K Jnd Ave. Rlveralde.
IRVING. Israel, 73, 293n N K 201bI
r. '., N.M.B. Riverside.
LOUIS. Leslie, 84, 1510 Collins Ave.,
M If. Riverside Intermenl Mi Nebo
rodich, Samuel, 7.'.. Ms Capri St.,
i rlil tiables llordon.
ROSfMAN. Cecil Arthur, 58, l"l-
S \\. 3*illi i'i. Gordon Intermenl
Ml Slnal
kSUCKMAN. I.ii.ii. Il 79lh SI M B.
Rlv. i-sldi .
.JGARMAN, Sylvia, 45, 77fin S.W
:_ .,1 Ter. Gordon Interment Lake-
ILL, Hurry.~W.' I2MI Ell. lid A
Dade Federal Savings Director
Director George A. Price, 74
Memorial services were held on
Saturday for Qeorge A. Price. 74,
who had been a director of Dade
Federal Saving! and Loan Associ-
ation since 1936 and had served as
its senior vice president ajid a
frui njber of the loan and executive
committees.
Active in music as well as busi-
ness circles since coming lo Miami
| ill L923, Mr. Price served as presi-
dent of the Miami Choral Society,
vice president of the Civic Music
Association, secretary-treasurer of
the Musicians Club of America.
and was an Opera Guild board
member. Survivors include his
wife, Margaret Woodbridge Price,
1 daughter, Mrs. Walter p. Duensing
, of Hollywood, three sisters and
four grandchildren.
UGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WUHAN JOHN ABRJBC,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOAN STEVENSON ABRSt*.
I > 1. lnlant
'I'll; JOAN STEVENSON AllKliT
Residence fnknown
Vim. JOAN STEVENSON ABREC,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
lilalnt for Dlvorue baa been filed
affalnsi you, and you are required lo
serve a cop} of your Answer or Plead-
ing to til,- ltill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. LESTER ROG-
ERS, B8Q., 999 N.W. 14th Street,
Miami. Florida 33136 and file the
orlRlnal Answer or Pleading In ih<
offlee of the Clerk of the Circuit
Cnurl "ii or I',-lor,- the 3rd day of
November, 1969. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will he tnken
against rou for Ihe relief demanded
in id.- itui of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four <.....set-utive weeks
in 'I'll E JEWISH l-'l Hill HAN.
DON IS AND IIRIIEKED nl Miami,
l-'lorlda, Ihls 1st iluj of I '. lober A.D.
1969.
E II I.EATHERMAN. i'Ii rk
Circuit Court. I'ail.-i'-'Hum Klorlda
Uj : M K ID INSTEIN
I ii-nuty Clerk
[t 'Ireull 'ourl Seal i
L.KSTKII Rl IGEKS. ISSy
..... \ \V I Ith Street
Mi imi. Florida 3313
Ait..i-n.-\ for I'lalnllff
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOl'ICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hit- undersigned, deftbinff to engage
in busbies* under the fictitious names
of ROBERT T. ISASS. Ml).; Ri HIERT
T. MASS. M.D., I-.A. at 333-41 St St..
Miami Beach. Florida S3140 Intends
lo register said names with tin- ci.-rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
ROBERT T MASS. M.I).
I'Ri IFESSII i.N'AI. A SSI "lA'i'ii in
SPARBBR AMi ROSKIN I'.A.
Attorneys for Appllcaiil
imi Blseaj lie Blvd.
Miami. Florida 3313'J
In 3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busim ss under the fictitious name
of ADA'S FASHIONS at 111 N'.K. 2nd
Ave., Dept. 602, Miami. Florida in -
lends lo register said name with ihe
nierk of the Circull Court "f Dade
County. Florida.
ADA HERNANDEZ PRIETO
! 26 1" ::-l"-iT
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
statutes Annotated (1941) Ware-
housemen ami Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ABB van LINES ; Florida
corporation by virtue of iis warehouse
li.-ii lias in iis possession tli,- follow-
ing described property:
I's.-il Household goods as the property
of .mus. .iamks W. COOK.whose.last
Known address was .v7% \.\v. iTili
Avenue, Apt. 11, Miami. Kla. and
that on the 27th day -f October, 1969
during the legal hours of sale, mainly
between 1):"" forenoon ami 2:0fl In
the afternoon at 2136 N \v 24Ui
Avenue, Miami. Florida the under-
signed shall offer for sale to the high-
est bidder for cash in hand the above
described property of MRS. JAMES
\\ COI 'Is'.
Dated nl Miami.
day >-i Septemhi
Florida,
1969.
this 23th
1" J-10
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ILNER. Mamie, 63, IT:"- N Trea
Dr., N. Ba> Village. Gordon
rment Lakeside
= EIR. Loul -.. 16656 VV I lxle Hwy
Gurdnn. Intermenl l-nkeslde.
NSCHEL Rose, 79. si" I'.-nnsyl-
frnnla Ave.. .M 0 Riven Ide
COVAh. Leo ",_'. 8535 Byron Ave.,
M II Newman
lEBOWITZ, Joseph, 77. S840 N W
i :iih St. Riverside, Interment ML
[Sinai.
jlViNGSTONE. Dorothy E 74, 9499
-inns Ave M.lt. Rlveralde,
Iayias-is. Ambrose, 81 224 Meri-
dian Ave., M.B. Klveralde.
/ASSERMAN. Milton, S3, lssi Wash-
ington Ave., M.B. Riverside.
Miami Beach hotel man san-
ford Chobol (left) whose Com-
modore Cruise Line, Ltd., ope-
rates the luxury M-S Boheme
was cited by the Maccabee
Lodge of B'nai B'rith recently
for his eiforts on behalf of the
lodge's annual fund raising
drive. Ledge president Victor
-Ament presented Chobol with known office of
Em lid Ave r r nth si Miami,
a plaque expressing apprecia-
tion "for making our fund rais-
ing cruises aboard the Boheme
a success."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tl... undersigned, deslrlns In engnirc
,.i business under the fictitious uami
ol I'l.'ilIII'A DENTAL LABORATORY
nl 2409 S.W. 69th Ave., Miami. Fin
hit, mis to register snid name with
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court "f
Dade County Florida.
VAI ENTINK SERRANt I
s::ii" S W. 35th Terrace
Miami. Florida
Ifl 3-in-l7-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns lo engage in
business under the fli-tltlouf name of
AMERICAN TRAVELERS ASSOCIA-
TION ai 7"i:-7"7 Congress Ihlllding,
: 111 N'.K 2nd Ave Miami, l-'la. iii-
i, .hIs to register said name with i'"-
j Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade
County, Florida
Owner: I!aim. H OLIVA
706 c,ini;i', s- Rldg Miami
In 3-HI-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mill, rslgned, desiring lo enii
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of GILBERT JACOBSON, D.D.S al
It mi Kan,- c.....-nurse, Ray Harlmr Is.
lands, Miami Reach, Florida, Intends
in register snid name with Ihe ClerV
of Ihe Circull Court "i Dudt Count>
hlorida.
Ill BERT JACOI1SON. D.D.S.,
I'RI IFKSSII 'N AI A SSI ICIATION
By: Gil I'.KliT JACIIBSI IN, D.D.S
FBI I.MBERO, FRl iMBERi!
,v Rl ITH, I A,
Ai tnrneys for
(Ml BERT JACOHSON, D.D.S.
I't In 3.In.17-24
BACK AGAIN
ON THE AIR
HEAR
JACOB
SCHACHTER
WAY YOUB
FAVORITE
YIDDISH MUSIC
rVY SUNDAY AT NOON
RADIO STATION W0AH
1200 On Yur Dial
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring in engage
in business under the fictitious name
i Sleneagle,.
of VISTAS UNLIMITED al 6960
Glelleagle Dr., Miami Lakes. Kla. in-
t.ii.l to register Bald name with the
Clerk the Circull Court of Dade
County, Florida.
:," Interest MICHAEL EDHLMAN
.Mi Interest JOHN DIECKMAN
Dated at Miami. Florida, this :mth
Day of September, 1969
FROMRERG, FHOMBBIUI
ft RUTH. I'.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
Ml"- Biscn] ne Uldg,
Hi \\ Flagler Street
Miami. Kla. 33130
l" :i-l-l7-2I
a ilur-
pre ss
Ift.inn
1!,.L'"'
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
statutes Annotated (1941) Ware-
housemen and Warehouse Receipts,
u herein ABB VAN LINKS a Florida
corporation by virtue of its warehouse
lien has in its posesalon the follow-
Ing described property:
l'se.l Household goods as the property ,
of CONSTANCE MORSE whose last
known address was 8136 N.W. Mth
SI.. Miami. Kla. and that on the
27th day of October 18*1 during the ,
legal hours of sale, mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the after-
non at ^nc N.W. 24th Avenue, Miami.
Florida the undersigned shall offer
lor sale to the highest bidder for
cash in hand the above described
properly of CONSTANCE MOUSE.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 1st
da) of October, 1*69.
The Ideal Gifts
for Birthdays Anniversaries Holidays
A MAIL SUBSCRIPTION TO THE
Jewish Daily Forward
c?m
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In Its 72nd Veor of Publication
> vs aii prvi RBDJIIJ '""CB-,pir.S
1 Year (Daily and Sunday) $30.00, Sunday only $12.00
6 Months (Daily and Sunday) $1*.00
fOR MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS WWTf:
DEPT. 30, JEWISH DAILY FORWARD
175 East Broadway, Now York, N. Y. 10002
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(Act Of October 23, 1962; Section 4369.
Title 39. United States Cort)
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nf nublleatlnu, The Jewlnh Kli
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of the headquartera i -
huHinexx offli of Ihe nul llahem I2I
N R Rth si Miami, Florida Ml.12
Publlaher Fred K. Shoehet, I2A N K
r.th si M nil, I- ioridu '''' 32: dltor
I'i. -I K Shoi I., i. 120 N K isth St
Miami. Florida ::::.':. mmuiEing edi-
tor, Fred l< Shoehet, I2 N E. Bth Si
Miami. Florldn MtS2
Owner: Fred K. Sho. het, P.o.ll
v.-l::. Miami. Florldn Mini; Batnti nl
Rthel Shoehet, P.O.H. SMS, Miami
Florida 3S101. (A Partnerwhlpl
Known bnndhnldera, mortgageee, nnd
nili.r security holders owning or hold-
ing l perc.ni or more of total amount
of bondx, mortgagex or other Boeur-
itii-s: None.
Average No. copies eaeh issu
int pr......-line 12 months:
Total No. epics printed (net
run i
Single issue nenreat to filing date
Paid Clreulatlon:
sales through dealer* and carriers,
sir.ei vendors nnd counter sai.s WO
Single issue nearest to filing date
411,1
Mail Subscriptions IS..jl>
Single issue nearest lo filing dale I5.9.ifl
Total Pail Circulation ......... 1A.3R0 i
Single issue nearest to tiling date 16,3.10
Pree Dlatrlbutlon (Including sanipl.-si ,
by mail, carrier or other means 1.800 !
: Single Issue nearest to fillmr date S.S50 I
Total Dlatrlbutlon IT.J50
Single issue neareal to tiling date 18.9*0 |
Office Use. lefl-ov.r. uaaciolllltell,
spoiled after printing ,:'"
Single issu. neareal to filing date snn
Total ls"">
Single issu- nearest to tiling date 18,300
I certify that the statements made
' by me above are correct and complete.
I'ltl'.l) K. SIIOCIIKT. Publisher
- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PRANK Cll-'.U,
Plaintiff
vs.
MAItlK CTESR
Defendant
TO: MARTR ciKK
16 Rhtneamlth A.venu*
Wanngue, Ne Jersey
You MAl'.M'. cil'.K are hereby i.....fi-
ed that a Hill of Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you. and
you are required lo serve a copy "I
your Answer or Pleading lo Ihe Rill
eif Complain! on the plaintiff's at-
torney, I K. MAVKItS. MM Con-
mess Building. Miami. Florida 3.113:
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before Ihe 3rd
ilav of Nov. niiii v. I960 If yon fall
to do so, ludgmonl by default i be
taken againsl \ --n for the rellel de-
manded In the Kill of Comvlalni
This iinller shall he puhll died nnc<
,,,l, tveek for four consecutive weeks
in Til I". JKW ISM HtlDlA N
DONE ANn ORDKHRD
Kloriila. ilii.- :i"iii day of September,
K. R Ii: VTHKIUIAN. Cl< rk
Clri uit i 'in i Dadi -ne >. Florida
Bj : C. V Cf>PBI AND
1 epUty 'lei K
I 'irCUll Coin I Seall
i It. MAYERS
1410 Congress Huiiding
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintifl
in 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-16133
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAM i:s UMI.I.IK (lltlFKIN
Plaintiff
JANNIE MAE QRIFFIN,
I let, nilain
To: JANNIE MAE tlRIPFIN
, o Mrs. I.,,r. in. Allen
1124 Slev.n Street
I'm-ia. Ni u Vork
Vou, JANNIE MAE GRIFFIN, are
hereby notified that a BUI of I' m-
plninl for Divorce has been filed
againsl vou. ami you are renub'ed
io serve n copy of your Auswi i ri
Pleading to the Hill of Complain I on
the Plaintiff's attorney, LAW OF-
FICES IF I' MM. I'i l.l Ai In,. Sir
ion. 17"" N.W, Tih Sire t, Miami
Klnrldii MI25 and file tb.....
Answer or Plendi ig in tin ofl
i i rk ,| Ho Circuit Court on or
hefore the 4tb da> of Novi ml
Ifli'.H If > ou f "I lo do -,,. Judi dv I
by default >v ill be takei ngi in i > "ii
for Ihe relief demanded in i! i Rill
,. Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for foul co ei-utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI I IRIDIAN.
lniVI'. AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of September
A I I9A9
K. It I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Couii. Bade County. Florldn
By: C. I ii ici'.l AND
DcnuD < "l.-i U
ii 'iivull Court Seal t
PAI'I I'ih.I.ACK
IT"" N vi Tih Street
Miami, Florida
Attornej for Plaintiff
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKI1Y OIVISN that
Ihe undersigned, denirin| lo ei i
business under the fictitious name '
IXI.NBON CASTI.E at 9716 Bird Road,
Miami. Fla., Intends In register I
name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Coui I of I..... i 'ountv. Florida.
FREDERICK -I HAGEMAN,
Sole >wner
KKSSI.Kl: ,v_- BKi M< ERM \\,
An, nej s for Applicant
19 H i ... VVaj
Miami, l-'la. 33134
9. 12-19
NOTICE UNDEPt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl iTIi I: is II KRKI -\ civ EN that
'I ui i. ; ir i-(| lit Nil 'ii-; Ill Ilgagl III
iii,i' the fictil lous uami
I IRS. RRI -I i'i AND CANE; I.A It-
KNCK II RRODV, D.D.S.; STAN -
Ft illl i I'ANE, iil'S ,i Dade Count) ,
Florida Intend In register said name*
ui>' the Clerk nl the Circuit Court
ill Dail.- i '-,111111 I- loridll
BRt '|i\ VND CANE
DENT.X I. ASSI MATES I' \.
I i.i.l. i ',,Uiii Florldn
SPARBEII VND Itl 'SKIN P A
Altorm ys for Applii ana
Hill Risen) ne lilvd
Miami. Florida 331:12
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