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The Jewish Floridian
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 3, 1970

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

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

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University of Florida
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Succeeded by:
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"^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jlume 43 Number 27
Miami, Florida Friday. July 3, 1970
Two Sections Price 2^2
'PEACE PROPOSAL' INSTEAD
S. Jet Decision Fails To Materialize
WASHINGTON (JTA)The
iticipatcd announcement of a
J.S. decision to make more jets
bailable to Israel failed to ma-
erialize at Secretary of State
Villiam P. Rogers' press con-
erence last week.
Mr. Rogers announced that
le United States has submitted
new peace proposal designed
encourage Arabs and Israelis
'"stop shooting and start talk-
g" under United Nations aus-
ices. but did not reveal any de-
iils of the plan. He declined to
;uss military assistance for
kssistance for Israel publicly on
Jho grounds that to do so might
eopardlze acceptance of the
/ U.S. plan, and said he does
plan to announce further jet
lies at this time.
BMr, Rogers said the Dotted
i lias not abandoned its
^si'lion supporting Israel's sov-
reignty, independence and tor*
itorial integrity, "which remain
|:i our interest."
"Our objective has been to en-
courage the parties toward a
"just and lasting peace..." Mr.
Rogers said. "In the light of that
objective, we believe it would
not be useful to disclose at this
time details of the political ini-
tiatives or to discuss publicly
military assistance for Israel."
Based On I'.N. Resolution
The new American initiative
was based on the U.N. Security
Council's resolution of Nov. 22,
19G7, and has been discussed
with Soviet, French, British, Is-
raeli ami Arab leaders, including
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Nasser, Mr. Rogers emphasized.
He said the Soviet representa-
tive had "listened |x>litely and
thoughtfully," but had made no
comment.
Under the I'.S. initiative, the
I'.X.'s speeial envoy. Ambassa-
dor Quanar V. Jarring, would
return to the .Mideast to initiate
Arab-Israeli talks. Such talks
would nt necessarily have to be
face to face, in his view. They
OOUld be in adjacent buildings,
on different floors of the same
building or in different rooms of
the same floor.
Purported details of the U.S.
Warm Welcome for Nasser in Moscow
LONDON (JTA) Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser
was warmly welcomed by President Nikolai Podgorny and Premier
Aieksei N Kosygin on his arrival in Moscow Monday. Flags flew
and bands played at Moscow airport as President Nasser one of the
few foreigners to hold the title of "Hero of the Soviet Union."
alighted from his plane and inspected the guard of honor. He drove
to town through streets decked with flags and signs of welcome.
Informed sources here said more Soviet military aid for Egypt
probably topped the agenda of his talks with Kremlin leaden, but
they are also believed to be almost certain to discuss the latest U.S.
I peace initiative for the Middle East as well. But there was no indi-
cation whether his visit was prompted by or coincidental with the
[announcement made by Secretary Rogers last week.
No explanation was given for the delay of talks between Pres-
ident Nassser and Premier Kosygin, which were to have begun
[Monday but were postponed until Tuesday afternoon. Soviet news-
papers have made it clear that the Kremlin regards the American
.roposals as unacceptable to the Arabs, but hinted they might be
ronsidered as a basis for further Four Power discussions. Although
the Egyptian leader's first response to the Rogers announcement
Iwas negative, he stopped short of outright rejection in his remarks.
peace plan have emerged in sev-
eral foreign capitals. And be-
cause the plan is in a crucial
stage where its fate is being de-
cided, the accounts from abroad
could be neither confirmed nor
denied.
One report said the plan calls
for a 90-day "peace pause"
a euphemism for cease-fire
and the creation of a demilitar-
ized zone between Israeli and
Egyptian forces facing each
other across the Suez Canal. Is-
rael has already stated flatly
that it will not accept a cease-
fire with a time limit attached,
however.
A report from Beirut, said to
have originated with high Leba-
nese officials, said the plan's
first phase would have Israeli
and Egyptian forces withdraw
12 miles behind their present
lines, beginning July 1, for a
three-month hiatus while Is-
raeli and Arab representatives
met under the auspices of U.N.
envoy Gunnar Jarring. Jerusa-
lem sources claimed the Beirut
was inaccurate.
Peace-Keeping Pares
Washington Post correspond-
ent Anatole Shub reported from
Paris that a U.N. peace-keeping
force would be established on
both sides of the Suez Canal,
and that Egyptian and Israeli
forces would be required to
withdraw six mil-s bthind their
Cortinocd on f-ag*, 13-A
Israel Leaders Welcome
Plan, Not Cease-Fire
JERUSALEM (JTA )- -Prime
Minister Golda Meir told the
Knesset Tuesday that Israel wel-
comes the new United States
initiative for peace in the Mid-
dle East but will never accept a
conditional cease-fire with a
time limit attached.
Mrs. Meir said she could not
disclose the contents of the pro-
posal because the U.S. govern-
ment does not wish them made
public at this time. Her state-
ment, non-committal as it was,
was approved by an 85-5 vote.
Mrs. Meir apologized for not
acquainting the Knesset with
the details of the U.S. plan, and
promised that the government
would meticulously comply with
the responsibilities and obliga-
tions of a democracy, submit-
ting the matter for debate in the
Knesset "at a suitable time."
Referring to the temporary
OOasn flrrj offered by Egypt's
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
in a television interview broad-
east in the United States two
weeks ago, Mrs. Meir charged
that u cease-fire of limited dur-
ation would only serve Nasser's
war aims by giving him an in-


.
Conservative
8th Biennial
Jews Hold
Convention
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dele-
rates from 26 countries are
mending the eighth biennial
invention of the World Council
[if Synagogues, the international
pivsentative body of Concerv-
(itive Jewry, here.
In an address made to the
fathering this week. Prof. Ernst
Simon, of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, who also lectures at the
Hudents Center of the Jewish
theological Seminary of Amer-
pa in Jerusalem, called for an
(unease in pressure for the mod-
ernization of halacha Jewish
'ligious law to make it ap-
plicable and relevant to contem-
Dtary life. He said there was a
lignificant religious awakening
h Israel, especially in the kib-
butzim and among youth who
for years were distant from
their Jewish religious heritage
but are now, especially since the
Six-Day War, seeking to come
closer to their Jewish roots.
Dr. Pinchas Peli of the Semi-
nary's Jerusalem section agreed
that many Israelis are seeking
to return to their Jewish heri-
tage but cannot identify them-
selves with the present religious
establishment in Israel, which
has assumed the corpus of a po-
litical party. The answer for
such Israelis, he said, must be
the Conservative movement. He
explained that mere are pres-
ently just four Conservative con-
gregations in Israelin Haifa.
Jerusalem. Ashkelon and Na-
thanya, and called on Conserva-
tive Jews in America to help
expand the movement's activi-
ties in Israel. The Orthodox es-
tablishment has been charged
with placing obstacles in the
way of the development of Con-
servative Judaism in Israel.
Rabbi Mordechai Meyr of the
Latin American Council of Syn-
agogues said youth everywhere
are in a revolutionary mood and
seek a changed world. But in
Latin America the problem is
more acute than elsewhere, be-
cause the gap between social
classes is so visible and the goal
of social reform is so attractive.
Judaism and Jewishness are
alien, and thus are associated
with revolution and the New
Left. Rabbi Meyr said.
tervnl to strengthen Egyptian
fortifications in the canal zone
and install Soviet SAM-8 anti-
aircraft missiles along the Sin/..
What Israel wants. Mrs. Meir
declared, is a general cease-fire
with no time limitsto serve as
a stage in the transition from
war to peace. Meanwhile, she
said, as long as the present cir-
cumstance prevail. Israel will
continue to employ its present
methods of self defense. "We
will not cease our efforts to pre-
vent the installation of missile
systems in the canal zor>
vowed.
v
"Israel." Mrs. Meir declared,
"welcomes any sincere m >\
tending to influence the nations
of the area to turn their faces
towards peace to stop shooting
and start talking, but there is
no sign that any of the Arabs
want to do this. Israel's policy,"
she added, "is founded on con-
stant striving for peace with
Continued >n Page 3-A
"Private Diplomacy"
Infuriates Government
JERUSALEM (JTA I Israeli
government officials are said to
be furious over the continuing
efforts at private diplomacy be-
ing made by Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, 75-year-old president of
the World Jewish Congress.
Dr. Goldmann met with King
Hassan of Morocco in Rabat
and with Yugoslavia's President
Tita at a resort on the Adriatic
Sea last week.
The meeting with the Moroc-
can ruler, which was announced
by the royal palace last week,
has now been confirmed by the
World Jewish Congress. In a
telephone inteiview from the
Italian resort town of Serafino,
Dr. Goldmann said he had met
King Hassan "as an individual
with specific views on the Mid-
dle East conflict, and not as an
Israeli citizen," and that the
meeting had been arranged by
an intermediary in Paris at the
king's behest.
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban declared he had neither
been informed before the meet-
ing ncr briefed afterwards, but
admitted there is no law gov-
erning such thing. A Ministry
spokesman said Dr. Goldmann
had violated no law, since Israel
i: not officially at war with
Morocco. And Dr. Goldmann de-
clared he felt it was unnecessary
to consult with anyone in ad-
vance of the meeting, because
he had not been invited to dis-
cuss Israeli affairs.
Dr. Goldmann came under
sharp personal attack by Israe
government figures and many of
his former colleagues last sprii ,
when the government refused tj
authorize him to accept Presi-
dent Nasser's invitation to visit
him in Cairo. An Israeli citizen.
Dr. Goldmann also holds a Swiss
passport.
Bloodbath
Proposed By
States Righters
LOUISVILLE (JTA) At a
convention held by the National
States Rights Party in New-
port. Ky., Newman Britton. of
Decatur, Ark., who addressed
the session, issued a call for the
mass killing of Negroes and
Jews. His remarks, Louisville
Times staff writer Jim Renne:-
sen reported, were greeted by
cheers and applause from the
audience of about 200.
Newsmen and cameras were
excluded from the private ses-
sion, and Mr. Renneisen's report
was based on accounts given by
some delegates and tape re-
cordings. Earlier speakers, they
said, had called for repatriation
of blacks to Africa, and sending
their "Jewish friends" with
Continued on Page 3-A


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Friday. July 3, 1970
x-, -m 4 I Children Guests Of
Federation Accepting Miami Bcaeh FAsj
Award Nominations
Nominations are now being ac-, waa Martin Fine, followed by Mrs.
< pt(d by the Greater Miami
wish Federation lor the 1970
residents'>Loai< (ship ,A.\varil,..an
inua] award wliich not s to sonir
nil'/ person in the community
who has given outstanding ami
devoted service to 11- Federation
il its agencies.
Nominations, Federation |>rosi-
d< nt Milton Weiss announced, are
Mmited to persons between 25 and
40 years of age. July 15 is the
lieadlino. and blanks may Ik- ol<-
,i:iinnl from the federation office
at 1.117 Kscayne Blvd.
Sue Stevens in 19.~>x. No awards
wi re made during 1959; 1980 and
1961. l' >! uhe award was Cesumed
m 1962, ami Marshall S. Hants
was the recipient.
The winners in succeeding yean
included Daniel Neal Heller. 19ti.'V.
Norton S. Pallot. 19S4; Sam Luby,
Jr.. 196o; Mrs. How aid J. Trinz
and Harry B. Smith. 1966; Mi's.
Milton S. Green and L. Jules Ar-
kin. 1967; Robert H. Tiamig. Mrs.
Kichard Brickman and Mrs. Harry
B. Smith. 1968, and Mrs. Burton
K. Levey, Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro
and Richard J. Horwk-h, 1969.
The award program is sponsored
*>>: the current and past presidents Voting Registration Drive
the Federation. Winner will re-
ive a trip to Kansas City. Mo.,
'where the Council of Jewish Fed-
rations and Welfare Funds will
bo holding its 39th General A -
;.-. mlily a mooting which attracts
indreds of outstanding Jewish
. aders from throughout Canada
.as well as the United Stales
ruling November.
"Working with young leaders is
long the highest priorities in
.American Jewish community life,"
-aid Mr. Weiss. "On.' of Hie ob-
jectives of this award is to stimu-
ate and inspire the young people
'in our community towards furthi r
.nil continuous communal Interesl
and activity. Ami since its estab-
Ishment in l9.Tr. the various reeip-
. nis of the Presidents' Leader-
ship Award have continued to
Berve their community. Many of
ihem today hold positions on the
Federation's Board of Directors,
r as officers of the Federation,
rid winners have played various
loles in the Combined Jewish
ApiK-al Israel Emergency Fund
rive, including that t.f campaign
lairman."
The winner of the first Presi-
nts' Leadership Award, in 19.">7.
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Members of the Biseayne Demo-
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registration drive in Miami Beach
for the next few weeks, canvassing
various neighborhoods and urging j
residents to be sure they are cli-1
tjible to vote in coming elections.
Peter F. Heller. Da\id Hubsch.
Louis Storch and Max Goldhagen
are members of Hie committee be- S.
hind the drive. Ted O hen. presi- ruler
dent of the club, has announced. 'Club.
Children up to IE years of agt
will be guests of I ie Miami Beach
Krks el b at their annual Hold
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Mori 500 i fillrtn n ar ex-
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The i\. n\ held annually by the
Miami Beach Kllcs under the aus-
pices e!' Jack Woody, head of the
Miunii Beach Recreation Depart-
ment, will feature watermelon, ice
cream, and other goodies for all
the kids. Prizes, of course, will be'
awarded to the winners of the
various t vt nis during the 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. game time.
Harold W. Spact is chairman of
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Mike Colodny, Kichard Prager,
Irving Firtel, Girald Schwartz,
Charles Maxwell. Maurice Klein.
Peter F. Heller, Itiehard Bernard.
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Vincent Toscano. Judge Harold
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July 3, 1970
+. lewis* ncridUktn
Page 3-A
>rael Leaders Welcome
Ian, Not Cease Fire
intinwd from Page 1)
|ncl every one of the neigh-
Arab states. Hence we
and study closely every
ibee Lodge Elects
iSlate Of Officers
jfficcrs have been elected
Cianee Lodge No. 182, of
ghta of Pythias, it has
nnounccd. Philip Weinstein
noscn to succeed Harry
as Chancellor Commander,
rsch will serve as Master of
\r officers elected included
Feldman, vice chancellor;
Rubenstein, prelate; Na-
Hilrtianson, master of arms;
[Krantz, inner guard; Israel
(or, outer guard; Jack Lowe,
fCJti ^y Abis, treasurer, and
Primanxon, financial secre-
ne itw officers will be in-
jd Tuesday at a meeting in
fnri>cnters Hall, 625 NE 131st
drill Miami.
|loriol Light Dedicated
>RT KNOX. Ky. (JTA)
Memorial light similar to
in synagogues throughout
w orld, with six branches in
noun ting flames, has been ded-
atcd here in tribute to the
0OO.OOO Jews who perished in
Europe during World War II.
fcuch memorials have been ded-
cated in more than 500 Jewish
enters of worship, but Fort
Cnox. Which maintains close
Hies with Louisville's Jewish
'community through the Jewish
Communtiy Center's Armed
Sorriccs Committee, is believed
to bo the first military reserva-
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manifestation of readiness for
peace by the factions involved
in this terrible dispute."
Mre. Meir accused the Arab
leaders of duplicity, and claimed
that they put on the disguise of
l>cacemongers when in front of
the television cameras but till
the truth when they s)>eak to
their own people and give orders
to their Army commanders.
Arab government leaders ex-
pressed anger over the peace
prepotal for the Middle Kast an-
nounced by Mr. Rogers, but not
outright rejection of his ap-
proach, it has been reported.
Arab fedayeen spokesmen bit-
terly denounced the proposal.
The newspaper of the leftwing
Baathist party in Syria called it
"a bloody, malicious d<-claration
against the Arab nations' fu-
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plaint seemed to be that the
plan did not provide for Israel's
withdrawal from the Golan
Heights. King Hussein of Jor-
dan would be amenable to a
peaceful settlement in the Mid-
east, observers said, were he not
the prisoner of militant Pales-
tinian terrorist groups. Kamal
Nasser, spokesman for the cen-
tral guerrilla command in Am-
man, pledged that the guerrillas
would do everything in their
power to block implementation
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Jew in Anglo-Saxondom," and it
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audience wanted to hear, Mr.
Rinneisen reported.
A public session of the con-
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Rights Party, identified as the
political arm of the Ku Klux
Klan, was addressed by J. B.
Stoner, national chairman, who
is the party's candidate for the
governorship of Georgia. Al-
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full of racial slurs, it was re-
ported, it did not approach the
virulence of that delivered by
Mr. Britton, who blamed the
country's ilLs on the white men's
error in miscontruing the com-
mandment "Thou shalt not kill."
He claimed that Moses only
meant that "white brother shall
not kill white brother," and that
it is permissible to kill in de-
fense of our homes, our way ot
life.
Mr. Britton said World Wai
II was started by Jews to set
white [M'ople to killing other
white people, and he rcgrettec
his service' in it. Other speakers
claimed that Jews were behinr.
the disorders at Kent State Uni-
versity last May, and noted witr
satisfaction that three of the
students killed by the National
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Volume 43
Friday, July 3, 1970
Number 27
29 SIVAN
'Hopefully' Is The Key Word
The key word in the report of the Federation's Multiple
Appeals Committee is "hopefully." The problem of com-
peting philanthropic campaigns concentrated during the
winter tourist season has been with us for a long time. There
has been much talk but little action in the past in coordinat-
ing these worthwhile efforts so that the excessive burdens
on the community leadership is, at least, lessened, if not
eliminated altogether.
With the adoption of a policy which will authorize
the Multiple Appeals Committee to meet with other organi-
zations, particularly those national groups which do not
come under the aegis of the Combined Jewish Appeal, the
Federation (speaking for a tired community) "hopefully"
will reach agreement and understanding with them. It
will not be an easy task, and it won't be settled in a
short time, but unless the hope is fulfilled Greater Miami
will continue to be a fund-raising "jungle" in which all
causes, ultimately, will suffer.
Fighting Doesn't Bother Tourists
The daily reports of border fighting in Israel ap-
parently do not bother the Jews, Christians and student
visitors from all over the world who, against all expecta-
tions, have poured into Israel the early part of this year
to the extent of an 11 percent gain over 1969. Figures for
the summer are not yet at hand, but bookings indicate that
all records will be exceeded.
British Attitude May Even Improve
It is anyone's guess, at this point, what the Conserva-
tive victory in Great Britian will mean in terms of that no-
tion's attitude toward Israel. But it is a safe guess that
it will be no worse, and likely better, than it was under
the Labor regime. Despite strong Jewish Labor Party
representation in Parliament and public support, Harold
Wilson's government was traditionally cool to Israel
whereas the Conservatives, desiring a Middle East "pre-
sence," should be traditionally friendlier.
Better Interested Than Apathetic
It is worthy of note that in the lively debate over the
role of youth at the recent Zionist General Council r-.eeting
in Jerusalem, it was the American representa'iives who
seemed least inclined to open the door to fresh ideas.
Israeli delegates spoke in behalf of a complete re-
vamping of the Zionist leadership to bring it into tune with
the times, and the head of the Jewish Agency's information
department reminded the Council that "everything about
ever/ ideology is open to guestion today," but Americans
like Mrs. Rose Halprin and Dr. Emanuel Neumann were
equally insistent that no new ideology is needed.
The adults' complaint that our youth are "ignorant"
and have "too shallow an acquaintance with Zionist ideals"
is refuted by such young American Jewish scholars as
Prof. Leonard Fein of M.I.T. and Harvard, who recently
made the statement here that among our youth have been
found people who are interested in translating the question
of Jewish survival into substance. They are challenging the
lack of substance and relevance, particularly in American
Zionism.
Surely, as has been pointed out. it is far better to
have our youth interestedeven if its main objective is
changethan apathetic to the causes of Judaism.
The controversy over conver-
sions makes me rx-hev(r'fffil(,4f
the Orthodox rabbinate had
been in eontrol of Judah in the
days of the judges, the beautiful
Kook of Ruth would never have
been written.
If I read the Miami News re-
port of ils interview with the
scholarly Rabbi Tiber II. Stern
correctly, ii would not have been
sufficient for the Mcabite wom-
an to till her mother-in-law.
Naomi: "Entreat me not to
l. ave tan nor to return from
following after thee: for whith-
er thou goost. I will go; and
where thou longest. I will lodge;
thy people shall be my people,
and thy God. my God ."
According to Rabbi Stern, in-
quiries from all over the world
are received at the rate of 15
or 20 a weekconcerning the
validity of marriages, divorces
and conversions. And if these
ceremonies were not performed
by an Orthodox rabbi, they are
invalid. Rabbi Stern declares.
The sins of the parents, par-
ticularly the women who, like
Ruth, have declared in all sin-
cerity their desire to become a
part of the people Israel, are
thus visitid upon the children.
For, if the conversion of the
mother is not valid according to
Orthodox law, her children are
not considered to be Jews; the
complications that can follow-
particularly in Israelhave been
detailed in the American press
in recent weeks.
Conversion practices of the
Orthodox. Conservative and Re-
form wings of Judaism are be-
yond my competence to discuss.
Within the Reform movement,
with which I am most familiar,
there is considerable disagree-
ment about performing mixed
marriages and the intensity of
(inversion pVofHttuvs. Many'of
the Reform rabbis hold with the
Book of Ruth that "intent" is
sufficient, that the sincere ac-
ceptance of Judaism as a way of
life is more Important than any
study or ritual. In Israel, the
Reform rabbis are virtually Or-
thodox in th( ir conversion prac-
tices but this doesn't count, le-
gally, because the slate does not
recognize ti.i m as rabbis.
What concerns me is the di-
visiveness to which Rabbi Sti rn
alludes- a factor which poses a
thr- it to Israel's existence. Ac-
cording to the News' report, r,
Rabbi Stern issued a plea t'> the
Reform rabbinate to stop using
pressure to l-i I equal status-in
Israel a W ird distortion of
actuality. Anyone who has fol-
lowed recent events in the em-
battled Jewish homeland is well
aware that it was the National
Religious Party, supported by
the Orthodox rabbinate, which
threatened to leave the coalition
Cabinet, bringing on a national
crisis, if a Reform convert was
accepted as authentically Jewish.
Even the Lubavitchor Rebbe
in Williamsburg has become a
part of the campaign of fear
of modern religious thinking in
Israel. The sainted Rebbe views
the deterioration of the situa
tion on Israel's borders as a
consequence of the authorities'
"considering Gentiles as Jews
and giving them a portion of
Eretz Visroel." In other words,
the Middle Kast war has heated
up because of the "Who is a
Jew?" controversy) and if Re-
form converts were excluded
from the Holy Land there would
be peace'
Despite the great scholarship
of the men involved, this kind
by EDWARD COHEN
of primitive thinking points M
the wisdom ef' the America^
Jewish battle for separation ol
church and state and the which such theocratic attftti -
hold for the future of Is-
When religion is bound to the
slate, it must inevitably bec<
mixed with political cpnyen,i< i
party Inl >s-, and compromise
:\-- v. Itn ss the almost I
crous att< mpt to solve the lai -t
conversion crisis by a quick
ritual i" rft rmed by the Ortl -
dox Chief of Chaplains, s
d vious subterfuges do no
either for the dignity and .
tc .'i ity i f religious belief 01 I .
the dignity and integrity ol t]
government forced to meel
ficial crises with political clevi -
ness.
The secular courts in Isra :
today are in the difficult pi -
tioi; of having to rule against
the harsh effects of religious
law by which the state is bounj
on matters of personal status -
hound by the Ottoman Empin 's
system of government, which no
longer holds true in Israel. The
pressure exerted by the Ortho-
dox to maintain this anachron-
istic rule can only create furtN r
lension at a time when the pi -
pie of Israel face so many oth.:
troubles that to add more is a
tragic abuse of the religion
which is based on faith, reason
and "dereeh eretz."
Reform Jews have not threat-
ened to withdraw their support
from the State of Israel unless
their practice of Judaism is ap-
proved; they are not trying tc
force their laws upon an un-
willing majority of the people.
Would that our Orthodox breth-
ren would behave in a similar
manner.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The U.S.
government's new middle East-
ern initiative is an obvious last-
chance throw. It was unfortun-
ately revealed, initially, with
wholly misleading Lebanese
trimmings about withdrawals,
U.N. peace-keeping forces and
such-like. But it is basically
simple.
The Egyptians, the Jordanians
and the Israelis have been asked
to agree to a 90-day cease fire,
during which they will attempt
to negotiate a more permanent
peace, using the U.N. represen-
tative, Gunnar Jarring, as their
intermediary. It is further speci-
THE SQU0 rCWPATJON
tlTJb
fied that the negotiations are to
be based "on the principle" of
the U.N. cease-fire resolution of
1967.
There are only two novel
features. To begin with, the
parties directly concerned were
directly approached. Thus the
Israelis, Egyptians and Jordan-
ians got their message from this
country before the Soviets, the
French and the British were
told about what was afoot.
Consequently, this also marks
the real end of the earlier
American attempt to reach i
Hig Four agreement recently
a U.S.-Sovict agreementabout
the Middle East, which was then
to be imposed on the Israelis
and their Arab enemies. The
French were distinctly put out
by the obvious abandonment of
the Big Four approach but ttl< 5
put ; good face on it in the pi
The shift from the Big F
approach to the direct approach
is quite enough, all by its.'.I.
to mark this new Initiative as i
1 ist-chance throw. But tin i
are other, oven deeper reasoi -
for putting the odds against suc-
cess at somewhere between 5-
to-1 and 100-to-l.
To begin with, the me*
to the Egyptians might just as
well have been sent directly to
the Kremlin, since Gamal Abdel
Nasser is not a free agent. Col.
Nasser paid for the Soviet air
umbrella that now protects all
of his territory except a narrow
strip along the Suez Canal with
a promise never to negotiate on
his own, witiiout Soviet.guidance
and, indeed, Soviet control.
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Friday. July 3, i970
Bergen Belsen Survivors Assemble
On 25th Anniversary Of Liberation
BERGEN-BELSEN, Germany
A graveside kaddish for thousands
tf Jewish victims of the Holocaust
was recited this week at the no-
torious Bergen-Belsen Nazi death
camp by men and women survi-
vors of the concentration camp.
Present also were the children of
many of the survivors, paying me-
morial tribute to close relatives
they had never seen- grandpar-
ents, aunts and uncles, and cous-
ins.
The occasion was the World Fed-
eration of Bergen-Belsen Survi-
vors Associations pilgrimage to
commemorate the 25th anniver-
sary of the liberation of the death
Ccimp by the British Army, which
occurred on April 15, 1945.
There were several hundrei sur-
vivors from the United States and
Canada, others from Israel and
the other free countries of the
world, including France, England,
South America and South Africa.
They were all assembled to keep
company with an agonizing mem-
ory. In numerous mass graves in
the cemetery, which was the site
of the concentration camp, more
than 100.000 Jews who were the
respects to the victims of Nazi in-
humanity to man.
The services at Bergen-Belsen
marked the beginning of a two-
week commemoration of the 25th
ing at the official residence of
president Shazar. Such distin-
guished writers as Elie Wiesel,
Saul Bellow, Arthur Morse, Piotr
Rawicz, Prof. Emil Fackenheim,
; Mannes Sperber, Chaim Grade, Dr.
anniversary of liberation. After I Ycnuda Bauer, Dr. David Lazar
Belsen, the survivors will gather
in Jerusalem for a series of events.
Participating in the program dedi-
cated to the perpetuation of the
martyrdom of the 6,000,000 Jewish
dead, will be such Israeli leaders
as Prime Minister Golda Meir and
President Zalman Shazar.
The commemorative events in
Israel will begin Sunday with a
literary symposium in Tel Aviv
during which the novel, "Stale-
mate With Death," by Yitzhak
Mar, will be made available for the
first time in the free world. Writ-
ten behind the Iron Curtain in
Mar's native Lithuanian, it has
now been brought to the outside
world. In Tel Aviv, it has been
published in a Hebrew translation.
Later the Bergen-Belsen Memor-
ial Press will publish it in English
and French.
beloved parents, children, relatives. "Modern Implications of the Holo-
*nd friends of those who survived ""'s'" uri" ^ hp,d Mora1av even"
are buried.
For most of the survivors it wa.-
their first visit to Bergen-Belsen
y.ncc the camp was liberated by
the British under the command of
Erig. Gen. H. L. Glyn Hughes.
Many of those present had heard
Capt. Derrick Sington, the Brit-
ish Army officer who was first to
enter the camp, announce to the
(1,000 survivors: "You are free!"
Children of all ages participated
with their parents in the moving
ceremony of the "Procession of
Silence."
"Those children know and their
children will know of the Holo-
caust that must forever remain in
the memory of humanity, above all
the Jewish people." remarked Josef
Rosensaft, a survivor who today
heads the World Federation of
Bergen-Belsen Survivors Associa-
tions.
There were no addresses at Bel-
sen, just silenceand the kaddish
and, of course, the chanting of
the "El Mole Rachmim" by Cantor
Moshe Kraus, a survivor of Belsen
who came all the way from Johan-
nesburg, South Africa, to pay his
A colloquim on the subject of
n Implications of the Holo
caust" will be held Monday even
Filipinos Planning Moshav
JERUSALEM (WNS) Plans
to establish a communal farm in
the Philippines patterned after
the Israeli mohav were revealed
by Philippine Ambassador En-
by Philippin Ambassador En-
monies marking the end of Phil-
ippine Week in Israel. Noting
that more than 500 Filipinos had
made pilgrimages to Israel, he
called for wider social and eco-
nomic cooperation and greater
Israeli-Philippine tourism.
Post Office Closed July 4
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
announced that although adminis-
trative offices will be closed on
Friday, normal postal service will
be provided. The mail will be col-
lected from street collection boxes
Saturday in accordance with the
posted holiday schedule, and serv-
ice will be limited to delivery of
special delivery mail, he said, in
observance of Independence Day.
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Tuesday at 9 a.m. another pro-
cession of remembrance will be
held at Yad Vashem Memorial Hill,
Cave of the Holocaust; kaddish
will be said by the survivors at the
Bergen-Belsen monument on Mt.
Zion.
One of the features of the pro-
gram in Jerusalem will be an as-
sembly of educators and teachers
at City Hall at which Holocaust
Book Collections will be presented
to various municipal libraries and
over a hundred schools in the Jeru-
salem area.
The ceremonies will teach a cH-
max Wednesday evening, when the
1970 Remembrance.,Award will be
presented to the City of Jeru-
salem. A major address will be de-
livered by Fremier Oolda Meir.
The Mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy
Kollek, will accept the Award on
behalf of the city.
Throughout the world, a vivid
memory of th Holocaust is ex-
pressed in a poster produced and
distributed by the Bergen-BrKcn
Federation depicting symbolically W
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with the Yellow Star of David
superimposed.
On top of the poster is the word '
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underneath are listed such in'. 1
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Auschwitz, Majdanek, Buchen- |
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bottom of the poster are the 1
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names of the camps are the in. j
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the traditional Jewish prayer for
the dead, which for all eternity'
will be associated with the recol-
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*Jewlstifhridfor
Friday. July 3, 1970
A Commentary
On Sedra Waso'
K* RABBI LKON KRONISH. D.D.
Temple Beth Sholom
The classic hope of humanity is
spelled out in tho recent Sabbath
Sedra "Naso" when the priests of
anck nt Israel
first invoked the I
threefold bene- ,'
diction, and'
made this bene-
diction the hall-
mark of Israel's'
destiny for the
threefold bene-
n.-.xt 3.000 years.
These sacred
and significant
words erip;>od
the imagina-
tion of our rab-
binic forebears
and the mean-
ires which tl.ey found are vant for our time. While they
h >d that the -Lord would bl n
you with life and health and pros-
perity, they prayed that the
Lord would watch over vou to
keep that prosperity from pok-
ing you and blinding you to
nee ; people arid your fel-
low- human beings. When I
P"J | would e
his f ,ce to .shir. thov
ho>d that the
WO'
Rabbi Kronish
are sensitive to the students who
are enraged by the escalation into
Can.bodia and who are shocked
by the senseless slaughter on the
campus in Kent and Jackson.
Difficult as it may be. we haw '
to cry out against American sup-
port of corruption and dictatorship
bl Saigon as we condemn Moscow's |
presence in Cairo. We have to cry.
out against the continuing death
of American soldiers in Southeast
Asia wen ai we point up that Is-
raeldemocratic Israel (unlike the
dictatorship in Saigon tseeks no
American soldiers but only the
military hardware essential for I
sheer survival.
\\'.- who are saturated with the
spirit of Israels continuing com-
mitment to peace as reflected in
the benediction of the priests aid
in the passion of the prophetswe
find a way to fulfill our
destiny. It isn't easy in a world
that i- wracked with violence and
w it; but then it was never easj
.;.:. Ij Jewish!
rCelfaiGHt *^i
ld
ervices
: bj WO
your i .- .

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G I'S :
ntinuing commitment to
Shak
It is not easy in our time to ful-
fill that commitment. In order to
keep alive tho vision of redetnp-
for all mankind, "medioat
Yisrael" tnusl survive. To stand
against genocide and poMticide. the
Jewish people needs a military
maehije because they will not
submit: like the six million that
went Kke sheep to the slaughter.
during the Holocaust. In order to
toe able to pursue peaceor at
least to be able to ke-p alive the
dream of co-existance in the Mid-
dle East, and ultimate coexistenc
on our planet. Israel needs the
diplomatic support of the Whft
House as well as the green light
to purchase planes and whatever
other military hardware it may
needto survive!
Many of us who are commit!ed
to the Jewish tradition of peace
find ourselves at odds with an ad-
ministration that seems to be con-
tinuing the war in Indo-China. We
Sonny Levitt Elected To
Association Membership
S I 1-- i". a licensed funeral
tor who serw s at vice presi-
L vitt Memorial Cha;
35 W. Dixie Hwy.. North
a. has been elected to m
bcrship in the Jewish Funeral Di-
tors if An .. Inc.. an a -
I to the pn serva-
tion of the traditions and i si
>f Jewish funeral services, as rec-
> d and practiced by those of
the Jewish faith.
Th'> application made by jMr.
Levitt, who holds membership in
Beth Moshe Congregation and
Beth Torah Congregation, was
approved at the Association's
board meeting in South Fallsburg.
NY., last month. '.
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2nd Pops Concert Sunday
The music of Rodgei^ and Ham-
merstein will be featured in the
second concert of the Summ. i
"Pops" series performed byi the
Miami Beach Symphony under the
baton of Barnett Breeskin. The
concert, which will take place in
the Miami B"ach Auditorium at
S:15 p.m. Sunday, will also l a trio of singers from the Metro-
!>o!itan Opera mezzo-soprano Ju-
dith Forst, tenor Leo Goeke. and
baritone G ne Boucher.
BY RABBI SAMUEi, J. FOX
What Ls the reason for having
;i siM-cial goblet called a "Kid- :
dWi cup?"
Generally speaking, the food asj
well as the utensils that are used,
for the Sabbath are suj>posed to be j
more luxurious and decorative
than those used during the week.
Then fore, it became a custom to
have a special cup for use in mak-
big the Kiddish on the Sabbath, to
be distinguished from ordinary
glasses or drinking vessels used
during the week. These were made
of same luxurious material iike
silver or some other valuable met- 1
al. They were designed with tell-
ings to distinguish them.
One museum displays a Sab-'
bath jar of dark red glass coming
from the Islamic community with (
Hebrew letti rs cut into the thick
glass containing such words asj
"And the H iven and the Earth
Were Finished."
What i the porpOM for the Sil-
ver Crown that is placed on top
of the Sr,f..r Torah in some son-
gregat ions.'
I
The earli -' ollection we h \
of t'-.i- custon iu! 1.000 y
jo in ture of I
thai
the Scroll the day
mc i I 'I' h .'.'.i n th< peo-
: with the Torah
if of being "The
ol '!n' Law" which
n I > the one who was
called up to read the ion.
Tli. an anci 'nt custom
' '.'. >-ir a crown
mention is made
of tli.' bride also wearing a crown.
A bridegroom is considered like a i
king ;.r.1 his bride a queen. The
Torah is like the bride and thus
deserves a crown. Generally, this,
has been taken to mean that the.
only bs 'lite rulera real kingI
can be the Almighty God. whose I
word is n fleeted in the Holy,
Torah which, therefore, is adorn-:
ed with a crown.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
servatfve. Cantor Sol PatiuWIffl^
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dull Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2*26 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipion. 4
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday a.m. The
Torah Lefcaon Sermon: "Patriotism
Im It Still Relevant?" 7:45 p.m.
.Mlnsha.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. 'Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Friday at sunset. Saturday :45 a.m.
Sermon: "Another Long Hot Sura- ]
Met;." 6:44 p.m. Portion of Law. Ml
p.m Sermon: "Th.- Torch of Liberty."
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed
ward Klein. -^
OHEV SHALOM. 7C55 Bonita DrJ
Orthodox. Rabbi Pnineas Weber.*-
man. __ ____ 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64(1
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3R
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM, 1542.!
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.].
Hiliel
32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH.
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon SeoaT. 32.^
N0*TH m:ami BIACH
ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102j'
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.,
servative. Rabbi MHton Schlineky
Cantor Tibor Moses. jj
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 1: h
Ave Coiservative. Rabbi Max Lio-.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renrer. j
.
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes t
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday S:3fl i> m. Saturday 8:45 a.m
Portion of th.- Week.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday 8 p.m. Followed bj Ones Shab-
bal nsori-d by Mr. and Mrs, Inadore
Cook for their L'.'.ih Wedding Annl-
verKary, Satu > v JO :i m. It;ir
Mltzvah: Michai I, m n of Mr.
Mr- i: Im rt Humphries,
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialc.iii Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE.. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy.
p m. Family Sen.
Saturdaj : a m.
NORTH* M! AMI
BETH MOSHE COMuHEGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Korah
The earth cleaves asunder and swallows up Korah and his
assembly.
"And the earth opened her mouth and swallowed them up
. and all the men that appertained unto Korah" (Num. 16:32>.
KORAHKorah. son of I/har. and Dathan and Abiram
sons of Eliab. led a rebellion of 250 men who refused to accept
the leadership of Moses and Aaron. Moses tried in vain to per-
Made them that ;tll was being done according to Gods will
Finally. God Himself acted.
"And it came to pass that the ground did cleave asunder
that was under them. And the earth opened her mouth, and
swallowed them up. and their households, and all the men that
appertained unto Korah. and all their goods. So they
went down alive into the pit; and the earth closed upon them.
and they perished from among the assembly And fire came
forth from the Lord, and devoured the two hundred and fifty
men" (Numbers 16:31-35).
To prove that Aaron had indeed been chosen by God for
his priestly function. Moses instructed every tribe to place its
rod near the Ark of the Covenant; miraculously. Aaron's rod
sprouted. Thus ended the controversy over tho priesthood. The
portion proceeds to describe the various emoluments that the
priests and Levites received.
.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law h extract-
ed mid based upon -The firaphle HKtory of fee Jewish Heritage,"
edited b> F. Wollinan-Tsaniir. $15. pubttsnod by-Shengekl. The
volume im available at 75 Maidesi Lane. Wca^VoH.* K.Y. 10038.
Joseph Hehlang is president of tho soeiety dtotethfxtiar the volume.

i
Localites to Attend
Meeting in London
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May of !
Miami Beach and Mrs. Margot S. '
Berman of Miami will attend the
joint meeting to be held July 12
and 13 in London by the American
Jewish Historical Society and the
Jewish Historical Society of Eng-
land The meeting will be the first |
International session for both or-
ganizations.
Scholars and laymen from all
parts of the world are expected to
participate in the two-day confer-
ence dealing with Jews in Kngland
and America at the time of the
American Revolution, and the mi-
gration of Jews in the 19th cen-
tury. The keynote address, to be
be delivered by Prof. Richard B.
Morris of Columbia University, is
entitled "The Jews, Minorities and
Dissent in the American Revolu-
tion."
The sessions will include the
presentation of research papers,
round table discussions, and tours
of Jewish historic sites. A number
of social events are also scheduled
and following the formal sessions,
bus tours w ill be available to such
places of historic Jewish interest
as Cambridge, Norwich and Lin-
coln.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17 I
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein ig
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19 '
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM rTEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon '
Kromsh. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser 21
BEJ" TFILAH. 36-Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekov-
sky 22
BE,Ti^ YSEPJH CH/UM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rossncwaig. 23 :
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday .1 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Scr- j
m"",:- ",-.Xm''ri,-'a's Praytr for July 4 I
HBREW ACADEMY? 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 14P1 SW 183rn St.
Conservative. Raboi Charles R.o :i,
Cantor Jock Lerner. if
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH 0*^ 18301 N. E. 22nd Avenue.Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingslcy. 37
Prlda} l:. p.m. Saturday t":30 am
Bar Mltzvah: Murray, m>n of Mr
and Mr-. Harry 8nsm,
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. 31
YOUNG ISRAEL OK GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 3>
Krid:t\ p '11 Salur.:..;- ;i m, Sei-
Imon: "Pierre Adherei In Hn eit}
Rar Nit-. Blei ol Mr. ami
Mrs M I n Oottl '
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CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLEi. EoOO Granada
B'vd. Reform. Rabbi Morris K*ic
per. 40
ZAVORA (TEMPLE! 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservativr Rabbi Maxwell Sergei*.
Cantor Richard Browdy. 41
FT. tAUDEIW: LE
BETH ISRAEL lTEMPLE. 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.-.-*2.
EMANU-EL. 3245 W Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rafcti Richard M.
Leviton. Cantor Jercme Klement. -3
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
HALLANOALE
126 N. E. First Ave. i*
i-'riday >:30 p.m Saturday k:3l,a.n:.
HOUYrtOOD ff :!.
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jeffe. 46
, Friday t:lt p.m. Mr, Samuel U
. Beaadn, Executive Vic Pre^ldVn'.
will onndui'l sr\.i-. Strmon^ttt-:
! "Have We Ixutt Our R-ver<-nce?"
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE^, 1728.
e St. Conservative ^fTiboW
Malavaky. Cantor Irv
'"J
Monroe
Morton
Gold.
SINAI (TEMPLE).' 1201 Josnson StP
Conservative. RaJjbi David Shapiro^
Cantor Yehudah H-Uftrafjn. 4t
------------- 8
MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (TEMPLE)-6?2C S W. 35t*
St. Conservative. RacOi Elliot Jj
Winograd. Cantor Atraham Koster i
4
POMPAKO BEACH
iHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th AveJ
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoos
Cantor Ernest Schreiber
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MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION^
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Tow*
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.*
G'SS
25
J^?,B.*C- COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Center Meyer Engel. 26
XNESETH ISRAEL~U15 Euclid Ave. :
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St. !
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID ITEMPuc,.
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
,,,., -..
This page it prepared In
cooperarion ui'th the Greattf
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the feature*
appearing here i*
DR. MAX UPSCHTTZ
Spiritual Leade* of
Beth Torah Concrbcatiow
or NoRTjy Miv-ii Beach
rCabbinical \Jefevision f*
x ii '.
rcarant 9
Ub~h-iwM.ii 1 m-j'-^iefSK-.-td.....I'MMM 1 I **-,
>< > >eaaaJHM
AvAA^ CANDLELIGHTING Tim
29 SIVAN 7:56

Jury.-, ch. ->. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate.
Topic: 'What's New In Religion."
Moderator: Rev. Luthor C. Pierce
Cuost: Adon Taft. Miami Herald Gohaxnia.
Panol: Representative of Aix-hdioccsc-
Rev. Richard Bailar
Will be. rerun on Oi. 2 at 3:80 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9
Julys- -Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. Tho Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Dr. Tibor Stern. Rabbi Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue, Miami Bcacb.
JulyjCh. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau,
Beth David Congregation
tMrKUitsfDjSHaj
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kg$ July 3, 1970
fJenisfi Florid/faun
Page 11-A
letters to the editor
Such A Statement Cannot Be Found
The recently-established Temple Beth Moshe Award which
will be presented annually to the member deemed to have
:endered the most outstanding service to the temple, located
crt 13630 W. Dixie Hwy., was presented during the congre-
gation's installation service to Bud Breitbart, left, of 395 NW
.23id St. The presentation was made by retiring president
F. Leonard Miller, of 2045 Arch Creek Dr., who will now
serve as chcirman cf the temple's board. Names of each
year's recipient will be inscribed on the award which is in
the form of a loving cup.
3\ow Slate Installed By B*nai Raphael
I Congregation B'nai Raphael held
llt>. annual inst illation of officers
iiar.l board members during Friday
lovnirm services June 19th. Pre-
Isi.ting at the installation eeremon-
lies was the guest speaker for the
livening, State Attorney Richarti
iGerstein.
Heading the slate of officers for
i;>70-71 is Eknmonudi Rosenberg,
president. He succeeds Milton
CJIecher, who will continue to serve
as a member of the lx>urd.
Mr. Rosenberg, a stock broker
with Baehe and Company, has lxen
active in temple affairs since he
and his family moved to the Miami
area from Oak Park, Mich., in
1960.
Serving with Mr. Rosenberg
during the coming year will be vice
presidents Rudolf Mann, Harold
EVeedman, Jack Berne, Maurice
Sinai, Allan Nirenberg and Gloria
Glasser; Ilelene Goodman, record-
ing secretary; Lila Brawn, cor-
responding secretary" Stuart Mill-
er, treasurer, and Norman El-
brand, financial secretary.
Elected to the Board of Direct-
ors were: Janet Blake, Hy Bud-
nick. Sheila Cohen. Sandy Eigner,
lien Frcimark, Harvey Goodman,
Howaid T.. Hartman. Bill Heine.
Irving KaU, Ed Katzin. Marcia
Kane, Katliy Resnick, Joe Saner-
stein. Dr. Mort Smith, Phyllis
Small, and Andy Waldstcin. Liai-
son officer from Sisterhood is
Corrnne. Wilensky.
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Editor, The Jewish Ftoiidlsn:
PlSBM allow mo to mako some
corrections to the- article by Rabbi
Fox in the "Question Box" in your
worthy paper or June 19, 1970.
After explaining how the pi;; be-
came historically such a distinct
symbol of abhorrence and disgUBl
for the Jewish people. Rabbi Fox
concluded his dissertation with a
remark which might become very
much misleading for people who
iiiink that we are already living in
the Messianic Era: "It is most in- ,
tcresting to note, writes Robert i
Vox, "that the RabDls in one In-
stance declared that when the
Messiah will come, the meat of
the pig will be permitted to Jews,
since the pig will then turn to be a
Kosher animal,"
Now. such a statement to the
elfeel that pi'.; meat will turn into
a kosherized element is definitely
not to be found, not in one of our
original Talmudic or Midrashic
sources!
Just such a twisted, sarcastic,
or humorous folkioristic version of
the original "appreciation by our
Talmudic and Midrashic Rabbis" i
who saw in the swine fpigl a most
cruel, abhorrent symbol of Kdom
Fsau, the progenitor of all arch-
enemies of the newish j>eopleis
to be found by a few commenta-
tors of some decades ago, such as
the Baal or Hachavim (Ibu Eteri
or before him the Raobelhu Rechye
or so. who state: "Lomoh Nikro
Shemo Chazir?" Why is this ani-
mal called chazir (from the root
chaaor, which means "to return")?
Because the Almighty, blessed lie
He, will return him (or it) to
Israel.
The ostensibly humorous simple
folklore accepted this as a prom-
ise that the pig meat will return
to be kosher.
Now, let us glance at some of
the original symbolic "evaluations"
of the chnzir-pig to be found in
the Talmud and Midrashi:
In brief: 1) Tractate Pesachim |
1 IS: At the Messianic ix'riod all
the nations of the world will bring
gifts and compensations to the
Jewish people. All ancient peoples
who dealt with Israel and tor-
tured them, beginning with Mitz-
I raim Kgypt, Kesh Ethiopia, etc.,
I will stand trembling with a sense
1 of guilt and will await the approv-
al and gracioes acceptance of their
gifts for Israel.
Finally, the Hakodosh Boruch
who will say to Moshiaeh: Accept!
As it is said in Psalm (>8, "Nobles
shall come out of Egypt: Ethiopia
shall hasten to stretch our her
hands unto God," then will come
the Kingdom of Edam to b'ing its
apologetical gift. The Almighty
however, will say to the Angel
Gabriel: "Rebuke the wild beast
of the reeds. Thunder and re-
buke them. They are not worthy
to lx- granted the acceptance of
their gifts and presents they want
to of'.'er to Israel."
And "Who is the wild beast?"
The answer is: Yecharsemoni I
C'ha/.ir Meyarar '(Psalm 68). The
boar, the male pig who ravaged
Israel in all the course of his-
tory. .

21 In Yalkut. Shimoni cm Psalm
paragraph 83: "The boar swine
who ravaged Israel." Who is this.' '
The answer: "Romulus."
And why is the Torah, indicat-
ing about Edom. calling him
"swine" as it is said in Levi:
'And the swine because he parteth
the hoof and is cloven footed, but
cheweth not the cud" The ans-l
wer is: Isn't this Malchut Edom.
so accurately compared to the
swine, which is hovering in its
premises but stretches out its
cloves to demonstrate and show
off: "Look what a clean animal
I am."
Exactly so does the Kingdom
of Edom (al all times and in all
forms i. murdering, robbing, slaugh-
tering, beguiling, and pretending
to build an alter for humanity and
divinity and for Peace!
there will be a great judgment ana
confrontation. As it is written in
ObacSa 13: "And s;i\ i.n' up on Mount Zion to judge the
Mount of Esao, and the Kingdom
shall be the Lord's."
I shall cor Hebrew abbreviation V'dal -
means "Vedai Lematoin."
!i is enough for the intelligent
Jewish reader to understand this
confusion which came in here and
turned the grand visionary con-
cept about the Messianic ri,;>,
when the Cha/or will be taken to
task, into a humorful explana-
lion that the meat of pig will be
koshcrcd for a Jew. Cholelo ('has
1
3) And just one more quotation
from Midrash Rabbah Vavlkra 13:
"Hachazir this is Edom." Why is
she called "Chazir?" Shemacha/."r-
th Aleret Levaalelho." Because in
the long run she will make an ef-
fort to apologize and to "return"
the crown to its Master, but before
accepting from her the crown,
Vesholom. In fact, can'l we just
see in our days how ihe "Mount
' Edom" is raising against the
Mount of Zion?" And the "Judg-
ment" will surely come. And the
Kingdom will be the Lord's on tha
Mount of Zion. Amen!
RAIilM A. BKX-HILI.EL
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Friday. July 3, 19":
This Week In History
Planning Council Officers Elected
1
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H> Vears Afro This Week: 1930
(From tin- files ->f the Jewish
TeleKraphic AKency)
The Zionist Organization of;
America, relieved by the with-1
drawal of the controversial Bran-
Alsop
Continued From Page 4-A
Nasser's promise has been
known to the U.S. for some time.
For this reason, perhaps, the
message to the Egyptians was
accompanied by a rather blunt
hint that the U.S. decision on
planes for Israel could not be
n definitely delayed. Nasser was
told, in fact, that if he now re-
- d to negotiate, the United
St tea might be forced to pro-
Israel with new aircraft
>nsideral>le numbers.
It is imaginable that Na
will be impressed, despite the
r.i u confidence he must derive
from his Soviet arr umbrella
II much more likely, however,
Nasser will instead go furth-
l still with the Soviets, while
It- is at that meeting that is
taking place in Moscow.
The bleak truth is that this
meeting between Nasser and
the Soviets is most unlikely
to waste much time on the new
American initiative. Instead, it
i- highly likely to be mainly
devoted to concerting the next
military moves against Israel.
The salami-slicing process has
only begun, after all.
But despite the heavy odds
gainst success, the new Ameri-
can initiative at least has a
ground- (or mind-i clearing
valve. The question has always
toevn whether the slick Soviet
aT.bassador here, Anatoli Do-
*-> nin. has been lying about So-
viet purposes.
Dobrynin daily assures any
importantly placed American
within earshot that Soviet pur-
poses in Egypt are "purely de-
fi i give." Too many people ha'.f-
ve Dobrynin. or, if they
are more wishful, they even be-
lieve him altogether. If Dobrynin
is not lying, then the Soviets
ought to do everything they can
- which means all that is neces-
- ;. to push Nasser into re-
sponding positively to the Amer-
can initiative.
The front-line facts in the
Middle East unhappily indicate,
however, that almost every word
that Dobrynin has uttered on
this topic is just one more strand
in a huge tissue of lies. And if
the U.S. government and U.S.
public are merely made to
realize that Dobrynin has been
lying, even the new Initiative's
failure will also have useful as-
pects.
It must be added, however,
that the subsequent fact-facing
will be horribly unpalatable. The
truth is that if Dobrynin is ly-
ing, as he most certainly is, this
troubled world of ours has en-
tered an entirely novel zone of
danger.
This is a time, indeed, to re-
member Hitler's reoccupation of
the Rhineland. that first essen-
tial step in the process of Hitler-
ian aggrandizement. which
h oughl on World War II. The
wholly novel Soviet move in
Egypt, symbolized by the Rus-
sian pilots there, has a terrible
smell of being a very comparable
fit-st stepunless, to be sure,
Anatoli Dobrynin is not lying.
We should know soon enough.
And if we lose our last-chance
throw, the time for courageous
fact-facing will plainly have
come.
dels-Mack reorganization plan, set |
up a coalition leadership of 121
Branded Mack adherents and six;
members of the existing adminis-
tration, j
Many Austrian. Jews .wem pan- I
icked by impending pogroms. In
Berlin, thousands of National So-
cialists attacked Jews in the
streets. In Warsaw, thugs brutal-
ized 40 Jews. In Borscha. Rumania,
fires attributed to anti-Semites
destroyed 250 homes, four syna-
gogues and three churches and
left 35C0 Jews homeless.
The Anti-Defamation Leagi'e of
B'nai B'rith. having achieved the
banning of "The Merchant of Ven-
ice" from big-city schools, turned
its sights on those of smaller com-
munities.
M Sgt. Benjamin Roth, the only
Jewish member o." the Byrd ex-
pedition to th South Pole r"eiv-
ed a War Department Soldiers'
Med il for 'great devotion to
duty.
Turkej I its two-month-
old ban on pv.blic showings of the
Al Jolson fi'm 'The Jazz Singer."
which it had charged was "Jewish
religious propaganda.
10 Years Ago This Week: 19U0
Israel rejected Argentina's de-
mand that she return Adolf Eich-
mann ar pay "ample reparation."
Dr. Robert Servatius of Cologne,
an attorney for Nazi war crimi-
nals at Nuremberg, offered to de-
fend Eichmann. "not for political.
but for purely legal reasons."
Following the arrest of 12
American Nazis in a bloody melee.,
Washington prohibited demon-'
strations on the Mall without,
permits, and said the Rockwell
group would no longer be eligible,
for them. ',
Israeli U.N. Ambassador Michael,
S. Comay told the Security Coun-1
eil that ''aggressive actions and j
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declarations of the United Arab i
Republic constitute a violation of
the United Nations Charter and a,
constant threat to peace in the
area." The UAR replied that Is-
rael had committed "no less than j
259 aggressive acts" in the pre-
ceding haif year.
Congress passed a compromise I
immigration bill 1 authorizing ad-1
mittance of 25% of the number1
of European refugees resettled bv
the other 38 nations in the world,
refugee program.
The only atomic reactor between j
Italy and Indiaco-financed by Is-
rael and the U.S.--was reported'
to be in operation at Nabi Rubin.;
south of Tel Aviv.
Israel agreed to the distribu-1
tion of a highly regarded German
documentary on Israel, after or-
dering the narration change!
from German to Hebrew and the!
title from "Furnace" tj "Melting
Pot."
The first jet to be assembled in
Israela French Fouga Magister
was delivered to the Israel Air
Force.
Lodge To Install
Its New Officers
George Gershwin Lodge No. 196
Knights of Pythias, will install its
new slat* of efficers Monday at
its regular 8 p.m. meeting in the
Surfside Community Center under
the chairmanship of Dr. Jack
Heath. D.D.G.C.
P.D.D.G.C. Frederick Zeiger. the
installing officer, will administer
the oath of office to Richard Was-
serman, chancellor comander: Da-
vid Glass, vice chancellor; Milton
Meyers, prelate; Mitchell Zeiger.
master at arms: Howard David-
son, outer guard; Joseph Ross,
inner guard; Harvey Richman,
master of the work; P.C. Oscar
Kantor. secretary; P.C. Milton
Hurwitz, financial secretary; Dr.
Arthur Shapiro, treasurer, and S.
Horowitz, trustee.
Following the installation cere-
monies, there will be an outstand-
ing show and collation for paid up
members and their wives.
At its last dinner meeting for
1970 Reently. km Norm uauc
Estate Planning Council, an or-
ganization of attorneys, certified
public accountants, chartered life
underwriters and bank trust offi-
cers which meets monthly, held
its annual election and a workshop
seirimtfrJ"""
William A. Veazey, C.L.U. was
tlected president by the group for
the coming year. Lawrence Wien-
er, who serves Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach as vice pres-
ident and trust officer, was chosen
first vice president; second vice
president will be Raymond Book-
man, a C.P.A. Attorney Edward
A. Schrank was voted in as secre-
tary-treasurer. The new directors
include Michael Wacks. C.L.U.;
Gilbert Miller. C.P.A.; attorney
Morton B. Zemel; Robert Weinrib.
an attorney with the Internal Rev-
enue Service, and William Byrd.
who serves Peoples First National
Bank of Miami Shores as vice
president and trust officer.
The group which conducts par. I
discussions dialing with life bi
ance, wills, trusts and fiduciary
; services and hears guest speaker*
on matters pertinent to estate
j planning with a view towards pi >.
moting coopt ration between tral
different professions involved in
i the field, heard a panel discussion
i by Stanley Cohen. C.P.A.. Arnold
: Renkoff. C.L.U.. attorney Melvin
1 Greenberg and H. J. Miller, trust
i officer of Community National
Bank and Trust Co.. Bal Harbour.
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There are three divisions in the
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has been announced.
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A graduate of Miami Beach j
Senior High School, Jim. who was
born in Miami Beach and con- .
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urban designer Leonardo Ricci of
Florence. Italy.
The budding young architect has
decided to continue his studies
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U.S Decision
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(Continued from Page 1-A)
present lines. ConJjoJ, ,of the
u.N.'would nst with the Secur-
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could be withdrawn only by a
unanimous vote.
braelta apparently know most
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cu al and don't like it. Walter
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* Jewish norkJHar
Friday, July 3, jg.
THE DANISH VIEW
by Victor Bienstock
Small Powers 'Role In Settlement Discounted
|\KX.MAKK is 4'i hours' fly-
" tag time from Israel, but.
to an amazing degree, this small
Nordic land of five million souls
is concerned with Israel's prob-
lems. This is not so difficult to
understand when one remembers
the unique role and status of
Denmark's tiny Jewish commu-
nity of 6.000 and the utterly
amazing performance of the
Danish people in rescuing vir-
tually the entire Jewish popula-
tion from the Gestapo during
the Nazi occit|>ation in World
War II.
There is a growing commer-
cial exchange between the two
countries, and a close and friend-
ly diplomatic relationship. Miss
Esther Herlitz. Israel's ambas-
sador in Copenhagen, is one of
the most popular members of
the diplomatic corps.
Denmark's Foreign Minister,
Poul Hart ling, recently visited
Israel and Kgypt, discreetly ex-
ploring the possibility of a role
for Denmark in bringing the
two sides together in the capital
of each. During an interview in
his office, Mr. Hartling said that
Denmark would be ready to
take the initiative -alone or
with other Scandinavian states
- in seeking a settlement of the
Arab-Israeli conflict if it saw-
any real possibilities of action.
But." he pointed out, "the small
States must be realistic. In the
light of the present reality, it
is very difficult to envisage any
results we could attain which
the Four Powers or the Two
Powers could not reach."
The Danish Foreign Minister
expressed the conviction that the
best hopes for peace in the Mid-
dle East lay in the desire of the
super-iwwcrs to avoid a confron-
tation and in the Implementa-
tion of the United Nations Se-
curity Council resolution of
Nov. 22, 1967. He recalled that
Denmark, then a member of the
Security Council, had played t
key role in the drawing up of
that resolution.
The Danish government's pol-
icy on the Middle East, the
Foreign Minister said, is based
on two principles; that every
country has a right to be recog-
nized and guaranteed existence,
and that acquisition of tcritory
by military conquest can not be
recognized.
If the Arabs and Israelis, he
said, would each recognize these
principles, it might make it pos-
sible for Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring,
the U.N.'s special envoy, to re-
sume his mission. The present
impasse, which results from the
leluctance of either side to
make the first move, could be
resolved, he |>oint*d out, by si-
multaneous action of both, pro-
viding a basis for the resump-
tion of Dr. Jarring's activities.
BOOK REVIEW
By Scymtur B. IMhihhi
"An Observer's" Message From Moscow
rtOMMFNIKiik IS A hydra-headed creature. Its
first head is that of the Communist or Soviet
regime, its practices and domestic policies within
the geographical boundaries of the U.S.S.R. The
second head is that of international Communism
which used to operate through the Comintern and
Cominform. Communist organizations within the
satellite nations and the various Communist parties
which follow the Moscow line are all part of this
second facet.
Message from Moscow, by An Observer (Alfred
>'
Israel Newsletter
A. Knopf. $5.95) is an account by a mature, but un-
identified foreign student (probably British) who
spent three years in a Russian university in Mos-
cow. The author, who portrays the current temper
of life in the city where he lived under a wave of
mo-Stalinism, is real, the story he relates is true.
To summarize this perceptive author's findings
and observations, one could say that any comment
about Russia is true to the extent that some proof
is available to corroborate anything concerning do-
mestic affairs. The operations of the Kremlin, how-
evere, are described as "a gigantic, vicious, madden-
By CARL ALPERT
LubavitcherAnswer To Youth
T SKKMKD strange to hear
typical American Kngfish
accents emerging from behind the
beards of the students enrolled in
the Lubavitcher Yeshiva in the
orthodox farming village of Kfar
Habad. not far from Lydda air-
port. But even stranger were the
circumstances which brought
these boys here from all parts of the western world.
Yesterday they were aimless college youth. They
were rebels against the establishment. None of
them had any deeply religious background, and
most were alienated from Judaism. Today they are
strictly orthodox, engaged in study of the Talmud,
following all the precepts of the traditional faith
and completely devoted to a deeply spiritual way of
life. How did they get here? What tritrgered this
radical change in their way of life? The answers
were varied, but had a similar tone.
"I was a tourist in Tel Aviv. A stranger stopped
me on the street, and urged me to put on Tefillin.
A discussion followed ." "On the UCLA campus,
among the Greek-letter fraternity houses, I saw one
with the name Lubavitch. That sounded strange. I
went in to investigate. I found some rabbis and I
got talking to them ." "A stranger with a beard
sfop|)ed me and talked to me. He showed genuine
and sincere interest in me. I felt the warmth ."
Among this roomful of American boys with
whom I spoke for two hours was Jack (Yaakov)
Rogolsky, 21. of Miami. He seems to have found
himsc If here in the Lubavitcher Hassidic movement,
which the students insist is a combination of the
spiritual and the intellectual, a highly practical way
of life, with logic that is irrefutable and has an-
swered questions for them which the best universi-
ties and most learned professors could not answer.
The young men live as well as study at the Luba-
viteiier Yeshiva. None is expected to pay, but in a
few cases grateful parents have made contributions
to the Yeshiva.
A strange life? They are certainly less Strange
than the youth with shaved heads that I saw in
several American cities, dancing through the streets
and chanting Hindu incantations. A number of
them reported they had written their friends in
American universities, urging them to come and
taste this way of life they have founel so satisfying.
And just before I left, one boy politely asked me,
"Did YOU put on Tefillin today?"
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
tag fraud operating in secret and
without concern for vox populi.
How and why decisions are made
remains hidilen.
Our Observer denigrates information passed on
by foreign correspondents, "They live in the ghetto
of the W( stern colonyisolated-, watched, afraid for
themselves and their Russian informants, if they
have them," he says. "The blackmail of de>portation
is implicit in all the conditions of a foreigner's lif,'
here." A veteran Danish correspondent put it this
way: "The more you know about the country, the
1 less you are able- to write ."
The author's three-year residence and the friend-
shipe he formed in university and intellectual circles
permitted him to sec and understand more than
the 21-day tourist shepherded about by an Intourist
guide. One thing he sought to fathom was the
apathy of the people with respect to so many issues
in the world, their general inertia and their blind
acceptance of government propaganda.
"We're a nation of political robots," one Russian
explained. "We not only lack all the machinery for
democratic government, but the instinct, the brains
and the interest as well." One cannot fathom Russia,
the author says, unless he knows that the spirit of
the village, fatalism and obscurantism, pervades
everything and the i>eopIe continue to bow, as they
. did in the past, in genuine reverence to an un-
benevol, nt tsar. "Russia," he says, "is still a medi-
eval country ruled by medieval tyrants with modern
methods but medleVal minds. And its people are
still ready to believe in witches and heretics."
The Observer discusses at length the reactions
of the Sdviet people to the Czech invasion and ex-
plorers the Party and its foreign policies to the best
of his ability. He attributes the inertia of the people
to "the cardinal rule of Soviet political lifethat
the Party never errs; the Party possesses di-
vinely revealed political wisdom and is therefore'iii-
fallible. Mistakes are those of fallible individuals Or
lad ions."
The late Prime Minister of Israel, Lcvi Eshkol.
once tried to explain the difference between Israeli
democratic procedures and Russian Party methods
to the R;iss,an ambassador. "In Israel there area
thousand mfnds. but one voice." he said, "whereas
Russia has 1.000 voices, but one mind."
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Are We Going To Short-Change Schools Again?
WmW^Om I* vOl-- children aro among education programs inaugurated- he 8i, tH./~ .. &
IF YOI.'R children are among
the 45,800,000 boys and girls
in American elementary and sec-
ondary public schools, you really
should obtain a copy of the Riles
Report, written by Wilson Riles,
California's very competent Dep-
uty Superintendent of Public In-
struction, at the behest of Robert
H. Finch. Secretary uf Health, Education and
Welfare.
The report runs so stre.ngly counter to President
Nixon's fiscal ideas, as applied to education, that it
was suppressed anel only came to light when Rep.
Jeffcry Cohelan of California got hold of a copy and
read it into the' Congressional Record of Jan. 19-20.
While it calls for expenditure cf $7-$14 billion on
urban schools alone during the next four years, it
was not money alone that Mr. Riles emphasized. He
hit a number of targets. Mr. Riles oppose* standing
still while education in the cities is constantly re-
viewed and restudied; he pleads for more time to
prove the efficacy of aid programs for educationally
deprived youngsters; he wants small-unit remedial
education programs inaugurated; he asks that cri-
teria for obtaining funds for urban education be
based on poverty indices, community determination
and capability of carrying out the program's aims.
The report also demands an end to schooling on a
racially-segregated basis, calls for means to break
up school administration bureaucracies and warns
against sharing federal revenue with the stab s.
Those' willing to listen were reminded that the
extremely high cost of city welfare programs leav
them with proportionately less money for schools
than that available to affluent suburbs. And if one
believes that money made available under Title I of
the Elementary and Secondary Education Act will
really take care of poor children's schooling needs
he should take another look. Where Title I expendi-
ture averages $95 per pupil, the national average is
$700 per student.
If you recall Mr. Nixon's campaign speeches, vou
will remen,:,er him promising that one area that
WON'T be short-changed is education. One way he
apparently inteneis to economize is by setting up a
National Institute of Education. But who will really
benefit by the delay inherent in such a proposal'
How much of what we have already learned about
the needs of children in the cities are we putting
into practice?
Our poor have been studied for decades; why
wait to change curricula obviously in need of re
modeling? Why let the political power structure
continue' to choke off the necessary new class-
rooms? Why delay adopting new methods of lenrn-
the use of television, for instance? Why be
obstinate about the eventual adoption of better
school-community action programs?
To some who have the education of all our chil-
dren at heart, it may seem logical to wait for two
years until the new federal Commission on School
Finance, headed by Neil H. McElroy, brings in its
pearls of wisdom. To some, the Preskient's ex-
pressed interest in keeping religious schools and
other private schools solvent may bring cheer. But
to hundreds of thousands of Americans who look,
tq the public schools as the matrix for the training
of the' future leaders of this country, our rttrrent
educational crisis demands additional approaches
both immediate and extensive.
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*Jewlsii nuridian
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
_ COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
rND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
Ilorida IN PROBATE
$.1605 iJudge BUnton)
vii'flf v \ -
JTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persona
[Claims or Demands Against
v heeb> notified and re-
present any hums and de-
Llii.li vi>u may have agaftiat
|te of SAMUEL SOT. KUr>1U
lute of iDade County. Flor-
[the Count} Judges <>t Dade
Fund file tiw same in dupii-
as provided in Section 7(3.16,
their offices iii
LiOAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ll\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2196
IN RE: Rstate of
SARAH MINSTER, a k/a
SADIE MINSTER
l deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
you are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present an> claims and demands
whltftyorTHiay have agamsClhe'Vstnte
of SARAH MINSTER a/k/a same
MINSTER deceased late of Dade
County, Florida to the County Judges
i>f Dado County, and file the same
At.
publication of tills
Say of June. 1570.
i SHAPIRO
for Estate
In ftond.
each, t'i.l.. .
notice on
6/12-19-26 7/3
:'6\jNty jIidge-s court
for dade county,
piioa in probate
No. 70-2156
'RANK 8. COWLING
state o*
FISCHBEIN
*t
ICE OF PROBATE
^TE OF FLORIDA:
PERSONS INTERESTED
ESTATE OF SAID DECE-
herehy notified that n
Instrument purporting to be
will a'Mii testament of said
has been admitted to pro.
said Court. You are hereby
fled within six calendar
nm the date of the first
of this notice to appear
Court and show cauae, if any
why the action of said Court
tting said will to probate
ii stand unrevoked.
Frank b. dowlinq
County Judge
ll'.v: ME! HA C. HH'K
Clerk
KAP1 AN, PORTER,
ON ft KEN IN
i
1st Streel
Florida
publication of this notice on
dav of July. 1970.
7/3-10-17-24
day of .May, AD. Iij70.
SIMON MINSTER
As Executor
First publication of this notice 01
the 3rd day of July, 1H70.
TAI.IANOFF A WALLER ESQS.
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Itoad, Miami Beach,
Florida 33139
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BILLWORKER COMPANY at
4.".0n Northwest ]3.ith Street, Miami.
Florida 33054 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
GREENLAND STUDIOS, INC.
// Manuel Oreenwaid
Manuel Oreenwaid, President
P.M.U IT. ft il*I-|-:I I..
at ODMAN SHATO
Attorneys for
GREENLAND STUDIOS, INC
7/3-10-17-84
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2174
GEORGE T. CLARK
fa RE; Estate of
ISIDORE SCHMl'CKLER
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Bsate:
You are hereby notified and required
to bi'MMit any rlaims and demands
witjvji .yu may..jiv*v|ustoat,1.tbe
estate of ISIDORE SCHMDCKLER
deceased lati of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.1". Florida
Statutes, in their offices fa the l uun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or tin* same will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ICth
day of June, A.l). 1970
GUSSIB SCHMICKLER
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19th dav of June, 1970.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami I teach. Florida ::.I13!>
6/19-21 7 "I-10
LEGAL N0TICI
LEGAL NOTICE
;E BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
:NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 70-11588
f'SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVIDSON,
JOE DAVIDSON,
'iy'i.EE DAVTDSON
[dance Unknow n
II.MMY LEE DAVIDSON", are
lUfled that a Bill of Com-
,r Divorce has been filed
ou. and you are required to
popy of your Answer or Plead-
ltiii of Complaint on the
IS attorney. ROBERT H.
BSQUIRE. 350 Lincoln Road.
tSeach, Florida and file the
Answer or Pleading iii the
r the Clerk of the Circuit
or before (he 3rd day of Aug-
. If you fail to do so. judg-
defaull will be taken against
the relief demanded iii the
Complaint.
tlce shall be published once
ek for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
AND OKDKKED at Miami.
this 28th day of June A.D.
LBATHERMAN, Clerk
'ourt, Dade County, Florida
DONALD TAITEXHAN
Deputy Clerk
|Court Seal I
H. BURNS, ESQUIRE
pin Itoad
each. Florida
for Plaintiff
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOP DADE COUNTY,
FLORID* -IN PROBATE
No. 70-2076
In RE: Estate of
Til,I.IK SHAPIRO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors andAfl Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Batata:
You are hereby notified and
"tired to nri-sent any claims
demands which you may have against
in.- es ale of Til.UK SHAPIRO, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- CofBi-
tjr, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section "*!. 111.
Florida Statutes, in their office* In
tlie County Courthouse in Dad,- Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
rc-
aml
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
70-10908
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
11BNJ A M INS. I ,E VIN E.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
MAE l.KVINE,
Defendant.
TO: MAE LEVINS
886 Fast 91 Street
Brooklyn, New Vork HSIf
You. MAE I.EVINK. are hereby
notified that a Mill of Complaint for
Annulment or Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the I ;ill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, SAUL t. VON
ZAMPT, 1512 Capital Dank Bldg.,
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in tin- office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 17th day of July, 1970, if
you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JBJWI8H FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this lfilh day of June A.D.
1970.
E. P.. LBATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: MARCH'ER TE- KENT
Deputy <'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV,
CIVIL- ACTION
No. 70-10785
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARRIB FRIERS* >N WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
''"
PIERRE WILLIAMS,
Defendant
TO: PIERRE WILLIAMS
,,.727. .NiA'unil" HWeel
Baltimore, .Maryland
You. PIERRE WILLIAMS. are
hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or i
Pleading to the Bill uf Complaint on \
the Plaintiff's attorney SANFORD
H. KRAMER, 1150 N.W. 14tli Street,'
.Miami, Florida 88186 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
offioe of tile Clerk of the Circuit '
Court on or before the 17th day of.
July. 1970. If you fall to do so. jttdg- I
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once [
each Week for four consecutive weeks \
ill THE JEWISH KI/lRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.1
Florida, this lath liay of Juno A.D. I
1970. -
E.P.. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida I
Ity: C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal*
SANFORD H. KRAMER
1150 N.W. 14th Streel.
Miami, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/19-26 7/3-10
re-
de-
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publication hereof, or the same will [}* Capital Bank Bldg.
)TICE TO DEFENDANT
INON J. WILLIAMS, JR.
eneral Delivery
Angeles, California
.RE HEREBY notified that
RET P. WILLIAMS has fil-
Itlon in the Circuit Court of
Judicial Circuit, in and for
nutty, Florida, being Civil
70-11511 against you for
and you are hereby required
a copy of your answer or
kfeiisive pleading upon Plain-
ttornoy, MARTIN LEMLICH.
Iseayne laiulevard. Miami,
[and to file the original there-
thc Clerk of said Court on
the 4th day of Aug., 1970,
i Default will be entered
iu for said relief.
D ibis 2Jth day of June. 1970.
LBATHERMAN, CLERK
ly: C. I, ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
7/3-10-17-24
it.- barred,
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 4th
day of June, A D. 1970.
MORRIS SHAPIRO
As Executor
First publication of this notice on the
19th day of .lum 1970.
ABBOTT AND FRUMKES
Attorney fm Executor
42n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/19-2.; 7 3-10
.Miami. Florida 3.1132
JTENTION
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10540
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROBERT I. I-EUNBR.
Plaintiff
EILEEN LKRNER,
Defendant.
TO: EILEEN LEANER
67H4 Springfield Blvd.
Bay side. l.ong Island,
New York
You EILEEN LERNER, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plain-
tiffs attorney OROVBR CIMENT
WBINSTEIN & STAUBER, PA., ISO
Lincoln Itoad, Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
day of July. 1970. If you fail lo do'
so," Judgment by default will be taken I
against you for the relief demanded In !
the Bill of Complaint. j
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl-ORTDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th flay of June A.D
1970.
E.B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C.P. OOPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
OROVEIt CIMENT WEINSTEIN &
STAUBER, PA
.'tr.O Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
6/19-2fi 7/3-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10253
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARLOS VICTOR COELLU
Plaintiff,
vs
Rosa NUNEZ COELLO,
Defendant.
TO: K'is.v NUNBZ COELLO
Chile No, 863
Quito. Kquador
South America
You. ROSA NUNBZ COELLO, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
lo serve a copy of your Answer Or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. MATTHEW
(H8SBN, ESQ., 126 S.E. Second Street
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 15th day of July. 1970. If
you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of June, A.D
1970.
E. B, LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, l>ade Comity, Florida
By: C.P. OOPBI.ANII
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MATTHEW C.ISSEN
126 S. B Second Street,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/14-19-88 7'3
INTHECOUIvr> JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2156
in RE: Estate of
ISADORE FISCHBEIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands
Against Said Instate:
You are hereby notified and
quir.-d to present any claims and
mands which you may have agalnsl
the estate of ISADORE FISCHBEIN,
dei eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of I lade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7SS.16
published once : Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be bin red.
Haled al Miami, Florida this Mil
day of June, A.D. 1970.
/s/ i.ouis if Qoodman
As Executor
First publication of this notice on the
l:>ili day ol June. 197U
MYERS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
I. BVIN SO N & K K \ IN
i iso s.u isi stre* t.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executor
6/19-26 7 3-11'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 70-11327
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HARRY II VCKER and
Fl ORBNCE HACKER, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
VS
JKXrX A. COLES arid
....... COLES, his wife.
and C.flLLERMO FERRER and
EMKTBRH i FERNANDEZ,
I l.-l'.-ndiiVUs '> Iwiel .|||,
TO; TO JESI'S A. POLES
COLES, his wife
e 0 Organization Pan
Americana de la Salud
Casllla SMO
Guayaquil, Ecuador
YOD ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to foreclose a mort-
gage encumbering tin' following des-
cribed propertv:
Lots 17 and 44 and the Bust One-
Half of Its IS and 43, less the
South 188.6 reet or the East One-
Half of l-il 4:.. and less the South
128.6 feet of the West On6-
Qu.irter of lot 44. and less the
North 180 feet of I/it 17. and less
the North 130 feet of the East
One-Half of l,ot 18 of DAVIS
CITRCS FARMS, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded In
Plat Book 4. at Page 66, of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida; and less the South 8.5
feet of the East % of Lot 44
conveyed to City of Miami for
street and.'or sidewalk pur-
poses,
has be'-n filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other Pleadings to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs' At-
torneys. HAROLD J. COHEN and
SAMUEL R. STARK. 2761 Coral
Way, Miami. Fla :;:!I4.".. ami file the
original thereof in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
fore the 31st da/ of July. 1970, or a
Default Judgment will be entered
against you.
Haled at Miami. Florida this 23rd
dav of June. 1970,
E. P. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By MAROL'ERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
6 26 7 3-10-17
6 '19-26 7 :'.-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CAROL ANN APARTMENTS at
1050-60 N.E. 189th St., North Miami.
Fla. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Rl i.\ A I H L DAVIS and
CAROL ANN HA VIS
RONALD L DAVIS, ESQ., PA.
417 I'.iseavne Itldg.
Miami, Fla. 33130
Attorney In pro per
6/26 7/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2304
George T. Clark
In RE: Estate of
HENRIETTA EDMOND
I lei i ( 1 M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims nnd de-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10487
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ONWARD JONES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WINIFRED JONES.
Defendant.
TO: WINIFRED JONES
Meneral Posi < ifflce
Nassau. Bahamas
You, WINIFRED JONES, are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required lo serve a
eopy of your Answer or Pleading to
the BUI of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. ALVIN c.oohman.
,.f OOODMAN & HOLTZMAN.tMllO
Concord Bldg., .Miami. Florida. ahd
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the off......i the Clerk of the Clr-
euit Court on or before the 24th dav
of July. 1970 If you fail to do so.
judgment l.v default will be tak< n
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1X1RIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th "lay of June A.D.
IVI0.
E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
By: C.P i "i ii'ELANP
Deputy 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
QOODMANftHOLTZMAN
i inn i 'oncord Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33130
Phone: 879-0868
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/19-28 7/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1988
In RE: Estate of
BARRY I.. TARAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rcimir-
niands which you may have against ed to present any claims and demands
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LARRY TOWN at 127SO Westvlew
Drive, Miami, Florida 33107 Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY BROWNE
KELLY & BROOKS
21S Alcazar Ave.,
Coral Gables
Attorneys for
HARRY BROWNE
6/19-26 7/8 -10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.REBY OPVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
in business under the fictitious name
of ALLAN SANFORD GRAPHIC
DBSION at 9167 N.W. 18th Ter,
Miami, Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
UODGERS & RAYMOND ADV. INC.
6/26 7/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-8877
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IIP* ill P. McLINDEN and
MARGARET McLINDEN,
his wife,
Ptalfltiffs,
vs.
SHERMAN BAUMRTND and
ETHEL BAUMRIND,
his wife, et al,
Defendants.
TO: SHERMAN BAl'MRIND and
ETHEL BAUMRIND, his wife,
26 Court Street,
Brooklyn. New York 11801
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a suit for declaratory judgment
relating to certain funds being held
in Dade County, Florida, has been
filed against you In the above Court
by the plaintiffs.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing on plaintiffs" attorney, MAL-
COLM H. FRIEDMAN, 123 S.E. First
Street. Miami. Florida. 33131. and file
the original in the Office of the Clerk
of the above Court, on or before the
16th day of July. 1970. in default of
which the complaint will be taken as |
confessed
requested
pleadings.
Dated this 8th day June. 1970.
E.B. IJiATHBRMAN. Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
By: C.P. COPBI.AND
Deputy Clerk
6/12-19-26 7/3
the estate of HENRIETTA EDMOND
deceased late of Dude County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate ami as provided In Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Hade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will barred.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of June, A.D. I9T0.
DAVID EDMOND
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of June. 1970.
TALJANOFF & WALLER
Atiornej for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 83189
6/26, 7.3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 70-10994
GIIJ.A AIX1NSO
Plaintiff,
\ s.
RODOI.FO ALONSO
Defendant.
You, RODOLFO AIX>NSO. resi-
dence f."9 W. 173rd Street. New
York. N.Y. 10081 are required to file
your answer to the complaint for
divorce with the clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof upon
MERMAN COHEN. ESQ., 1810-11
complaint will i.e taken as Miami. Florida 33132
against you far the rIW r before July 34th 1970. or else
n plaintiffs complaint and thl!< ,.ml)luill, wy, p. Ulkoll con.
sed.
DATED: June 17th 1970.
E B. WEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ISv: C. OOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
_ J5/26, 7/3-10-17
Which vou may have against the es-
tate of BARRY I. TARAN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Hade County, and
file the same li duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 7.".:: 16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of die first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Daled at Miami. Florida, Ibis 11th
day of June. A.D IOT0.
ROBERT TARAN
34H I N W. .":; 111 Street
Miami. Florida
As Administrator
First publicsUnr. of this notice on
the 19th day "f June. 1970.
POZBN, GOLD and (II II.D
Attorneys for Administrator
409 S.vhold Building, Miami. Florida
6,1:1-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of O. M. FOOD PRODUCTS at 17.r.l
N.W. 20th St., Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ORLANDO MII.1AN
____________________________6/19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDfcK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned*, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN LYNN APARTMENTS at
886-SOth St.. Miami Beach, Fla. in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
RONALD L DAVIS and
CAROL ANN DAVIS
ronai.d l. Davis, bsq p. a.
417 Hiscayne Bldg.
.Miami, Fla. 18180
6, N 7 3-10-17


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KlTewish doridian
"Honda Friday. July 3, 1970
Section B
Artillery Attack Touches
)ff Three Days Of Fighting
JEL AVIV (JTA) Syrian
Jilipry attacks on Israeli set-
fmonts last week touched off
rie days of ground and aerial
grfare described by observers
the heaviest in the Golan
Rights area since the Six-Day
far.
I Israel's Chief of Staff, Gen.
jiim Bar-Lev, said in a radio
Poadcast that Israel's counter
Itai k in the Golan Heights was
[tended to "teach the Syrians
[lesson they will not soon for-
fct." He charged Syria's aggres-
on was undertaken at Cain's
tquest to relieve Israeli pun-
ire on the Suez Canal front.
I The fighting in the north had
effect whatever on Israel's
tivities along the canal, Gen.
Ear-Lev declared. Intermittent
fct attacks on Egyptian military
bsitions continued there, and
..l>osing forces exchanged
rtiikry fire across the water-
tay as has become usual.
Sao] Weizman. son of Trans-
ort Minister Ezer Weizman,
r:ts reported in satisfactory
undition by Hadassah Hospital,
^-.Vre he underwent surgery on
londay after suffering a severe
i :i rider Egyptian fire in the Suez
[anal zone. His uncle, Moshe
):t\an, has visited him, and his
parents axe at his bedside.
Israel admittedly paid a heavy
(rice in the Golan Heights. It
needed the loss of one jet, the
Staths of 10 soldiers and wound-
ig of 27 others. It claimed five
Syrian jets downed, 30 tanks
destroyed and 38 Syrians cap-
tured in 48 hours of blazing
clashes before the Israeli tank
column returned to Israeli terri-
tory.
During the fighting on Friday,
an Italian airliner enroute from
Teheran to Rome with 104 pas-
sengers and crew members on
board was hit by rocket fire.
The pilot, Ca;>t. Girgio Pizzo of
Padua, said the plane had been
hit over Damascus, but he did
not know the source of the fire.
The Alitalia Airlines DC-8 made
an emergency landing at Beirut
with two engines dead and fuel
spurting from a 40-inch hole in
one wing.
Mondav, Syrian soldiers were
seen clearing away the rabble of
fortifications which had been
destroyed. Syrian artillery had
shelled their own positions he-
hind the cease-fire line Sunday,
apparently bePevinjr them still
occupied by Israeli troops. The
positions had been re-occupied
by Syrian soldiers after the Is-
raelis withdrew o;i Friday, and
a large number of t'lem were
believed to have been killed by
their own shells.
An Israeli military spokesman
has reported that information
gleaned from the interrogation
of the 38 Syrian prisoners taken
during Israel's armored thrust
into Syria has revealed that the
troops stationed along the cease-
fire line are under orders to as-
sist Palestinian guerril'as oper-
ating against Israel, but only if
Inner-City Problems,
School Aid Discussed
CLEVELAND (JTA) The
National Jewish Commmunity
delations Advisory Council was
here that the Jewish com
lunity has an "overriding obli-
gation to assist in the relocation
|of Jewish residents and busi-
men who are harassed in
rh ciime and blighted areas
land want to leave."
The speaker at the NJCRAC
I plenary session, Theodore Ft.
IMann, president of the Jewish
[Community Relations Council of
[Greater Philadelphia, said this
[would require Jewish communi-
ty funds as well as government
Bnd foundation subsidies. He re-
ported that most of the 400
Jewish merchants in such dis-
tricts of Philadelphia do not re-
gard themselves as victims of
1-lack anti-Semitism, but as vic-
tims of society's ills.
Philip M. Klutznick, cochair-
mail of the Research and Policy
Committee concerned with eco-
nomic development, had a more
hopeful outlook. He cited a new
study which disclosed a sub-
stanial increase in the number
blacks and low income families
moving to the suburbsand a
corresponding decrease in the
population density of central
poverty areas. Paralleling these
trends has been an increase in
the proportion of high-income
families returning to the central
city, he said. Mr. Klutznick de-
scrib signs" of the revitalization of
the nation's central cities.
Jordan C. Band, the retiring
chairman of NJCRAC, issued a
plea for Jewish communal ef-
forts to restore the "liberal
coalition" of the early 1960's
they have written permission for
the operations from the Defense
Ministry in Damascus. Their
assistance, they said, took the
form of provisions, information
and covering fire. But they are
also to re-direct the guerrillas'
efforts to another location if
the defense at a given point
seems too strong. Damascus, it
was reported, maintains strict
control over the guerrillas' ac-
tivities.
Israeli jets attacked guerrilla
bases in Jordan Tuesday after
Beisan township was twice hit
by Katyusha rockets. The planes
were called in after the artillery
had opened fire on the guerrila
positions. They had previously
smashed guerrilla bases in the
Jordan Valley and on the slopes
of Mount Herman in Lebanon
after a number of settlements
were the targets of rocket fire.
the once formidable bloc that
united Jewish, black, labor, in-
tellectual, religious and white
ethnic minority groups respon-
sible for the success of civil
rights legislation at that time.
The organization also adopted
a statement warning against the
"well-organized drive for gov-
ernment funds to assist church-
operated schools, which has be-
come a growing threat to the
public school system."
It particularly criticized the
use of public funds to purchase
secular services from religious
schools. This practice, initiated
in a number of states in recent
years, generally provides state
funds to pay part of the salaries
of parochial school instructors
teaching secular subjects. The
NJCRAC called the practice "in-
distinguishable in fact and ef-
fect from state financing of re-
ligious education."
This and other new methods
of seeking state aidsuch as
the system whereby parents of
school children select a public
or private school for their chil-
dren, paying for it with a state
voucherare adding to a grow-
ing infringement on the Consti-
tutional principle of the separa-
tion of church and state, the
statement contended.
The Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of America
dissented from the majority's
view. Its statement endorsed
the use of public funds for free
lunches, health and welfare aids
and such auxiliary educational
services as remedial reading and
speech therapy. It opposed "in-
direct" aid for bus transporta-
tion and textbooks, however.
i
Yehuda Shaari, Deputy Minister of Tourism for the State o:
Israel, (center) was the guest speaker for a dinner meeting
held last Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel unde:
the auspices of Capital for Israel. He is shown with dinner
chairman Jacob Rifkin, (left) and Michael Litvak, director c:
the Miami Israel Bond Organization, who will lead the
Miami Oleh Regel pilgrimage to Israel next month.
Jacob Goren New Director Of Israeli Tourist Office
| the Holy Land, slides Mid fi na
Ion Israel and distributing lit -
Jacob Goren, who has served
for the past year as assistant di-
rector of the Israel Government
i Tourist Office for the Southern
i States in Atlanta, Ga., has been
! appointed as the new director of
the office, which promotes tourism
i to Israel by public relations activi-
ties, and will provide lectures on
turc to church groups, pilgrim .
organizers and travel agents.
Persons wishing information
travel to Israel should contact 11
Israel Government Tourist Of
at 8(i5 Peachtree St., N.E., At-
lanta, Ga. 30308.
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Pndcy. July 3- 1970
fJtwist fkridttan
Page 3-B
Louis Merwitzer Reelected
Hebrew Academy President
LOUIS MERWITZER
- South'* largest Hebrew
I j io| for the 1970-1971 aca-
n together \\sitli Rab'ni
; S. Cross, who will bi-
as principal for his 21st
: rwitzer, ;< nvmforr of the
boards of tho Religious
ponli of America and Torah
h, is an officer of Beth
l Congregation on Miami
He is active in State of
feme! Bonds and numerous Other
-. in behalf of Israel.
Hen in L. Shaw, president of
Set Tumid, who was elect-
ki chairman of the Hebrew Aoad-
liny'sexecutive committee, is a
lellow of Brahdeta University.
Enoirman of the Academy"*
Euard .ns of Torah and an active
ad- for Israel Bonds. Greater
i\ an I wish Federation and nu-
tierou! other organizations.
Leoi ard Rosen was reelected
Ihairmaa of the Ixnird of directors.
\ pajjt presidehT of Temple Me-
loraKTof Miami Roach, he is drp-
Miami City Commissioner Irwin
Christie was elected associate
chairman of the board and Miami
Beach attorney Irving Firtel was
named associate chairman of 'he
executive committee.
Samuel Reinhard was elected
senior vice president ot the II"-
brew Academy, which he helped
found in 1948. Mr. Reinhanl is
Florida chairman for the Ameri-
can Committee for Red Mogen
David. Also elected as vice presi-
dents were Jaoob Rifkin, Judge
Herbert S. Sha|)iro, Nathan H.
Darsky, Oscar Matrrher, Oscar B
Schapiro. Joseph Cohen. Jack S.
Popiek. Milton Kahn and George
Kimmel. Honorary life presidents
are Dr. David S. Andron. Harry
Genet. B. I. Binder. Morris Biene-i-
feld, Jacob Cohen. Charles Frutch-
man. Archie Greenberg, Joseph
Gonshor. Charles Kalb and Ray-
mond Rubin.
Jerome Bienenfeld will serve as
treasurer, with Daniel Metric!? ac
assistant: J. Jerry Schechler. who
Parcel Post Size
Limit Increases
The parcel post size limit was
increased for most shipments be-
tween first-class post offices this
week Postmaster E. M. Dunlap
said. But the weight limit for
most parcels sent from Miami to
other first-class offices will re-
main at 440 jHninds.
Th.> Weight and size limits mi
certain agricultural items as well
as parcels sent to or from smaller
offices, rural or star routes, mili-
tary post oflices. and all Al iskati
and Hawaiian post offices stay at |
70 pounds, with a combined length
and girth of 100 inches. Postmas-
ter Dunlap added.
Public Law80-593 authorized the I
postal service to increase, in five '
steps, the weight and size limits on
shipments between larger cities.
When the final step is taken July
1, 1971. the size limit for most
shipments will be increased to 84
inches in length and girth.
In addition to providing service
for larger parcels, the Post Office
Department i< building specialized
facilities for handling parcel post
and other bulk mail in a number
of major transportation centers
across the nation. By providing
separate facilities for letter mall
Attorney Melvyn B. Frumkes (left) hosted a cocktail party in
honor of his bride, Nancy Jane, at their 3601 N. Prospect Dr.
home recently. He and the former Nancy Goldstein are
shown chatting with Anna Marshall and her fiance, Stephen
Corner, president of Carrier Bank of Miami Beach.
was chosen as financial secretary.; and bulk items, the Depaitment
will tie assisted by Henry Penchan-
sky. Other officers include Leon-
ard Adler. auditor: Seymour Fi-
semberg, general secretary: Zvi
Berger, corresponding secretary;
\loses Grunwerg, assistant cor-
responding secretary; and Dr. Don- ]\(((|*(| \{ Clerfai'S
nil i ii i.. j i>
has found, parcels can be handled
more quickly and more econom-
ically.
Senior Volunteers
Bid Kass. medical advisor.
At the election meeting Sunday.
Rabbi Gross announced that regis-
tration for the 1970-71 academic
year will be Increased by neatly
IV' from 708 .students to more
than 800. "This is the absolute ca-
pacity of our nursery school, kin-
dergarten, elementary school, ju-
nior high school and South Dadfi
Hebrew Academy," Rabbi Grow
noted.
Additional pledges for the Julius
J. Rosen Junior High School build-
ing, to be constructed across Pine
Tree Drive from the main campus,
have brought the $377,000 cam-
paign to the $333,000 mark, Mr.
Merwitzer announced.
Senior cii., ns who can Sparc
some of their leisure hours are
needed as summer replacement
volunteers at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. Barbara Ashe, director
of volunteer Services, has issued a
call for retired and elderly adults!
to assist during the months of
July. August and September.
"Couples are especially invited- -
we have team assignments suit-
able for all." she said. Any adults
over 18 interested in volunteer
service should call Baibara Ashe"
at the hospital between 0 a.m. and 1
ii p.m.
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"World
::day. July 3. 1970
Page b-ti
JWVA Elects New State
Leaders At Convention
New leaders were chosen by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
K'ar Veterans of the United States
hi the 19th annual Department of
Fl iida convention in the Ameri-
Eana Hotel last month.
The new state president of the
^,-panis.ation is Mrs. Dan Abramo-
t nz. of Aux. 682; Mrs. Sally Levy
If Aux. 330 was elected senior
Bee president, and Mrs. Sidney L.
Schoen of Aux. 677 as junior vice
[resident, treasurer is Mrs. Wil-
|am Adelman of Aux. 330. Also
iJ etrd were Mrs. Evelyn Ferdic of
ix. 243, chaplain; Mrs. Alton
ucker of Aux. 68'!, patriotic in-
truder; Mrs. Belle Swartz of
lux. 174, conductress; Mrs. Joseph
'harles of Aux. 246, historian;
llrs. Bernie Levitch of Aux. 681.
|-uard; Ruth Rosenthal of Aux. 174
f cording secretary, and Mrs. Jack
voe of Aux. 723, corresponding
icretary.
Mrs. Estelle Stein of Aux. 223.
Ki st Miami, was named "Woman
' !"Hl!Wi.......IMMMMHNMM ,--i ...tT'tM.r i a
of the Year" during the outgoing
president's brunch. Bessie Gibber
of Aux. 330 was second runner-up
for the award. The Bertha Lach
Memorial Award was also present-
ed to its winner, Mrs. Syd Stcin-
hardt of Aux. 174, during the
brunch, and Laura Weiss of Fort
Lauderdale, a student at Jackson I
Memorial Hospital, was the re-
cipient of the Nurses' Scholarship, 1j
awarded annually.
The first Council of Administra-
tion will be held by the JWVA at
the New Yorker Hotel, 1611 Col-
ons Ave.. Miami Beach, at 7:45
p.m. Wednesday. The new state
president, Justine Abramowitz,
will be the hostess for the evening,
during which members will be
elected to the Advisory Board, the
Budget Committee and the Fi-
nance Committee. The newly-
olccted Department of Florida
Commander, Maurice Weinman of
JWV Post 330, will bring greetings
to the group from the Department.
.adies Of Temple Zion Elect Officers
Mrs. Herbert Katz, donor chair-
man, and Mrs. Harold Goldstein,
lays and means vice president,
luathed a sigh of relief when
Ihiir year in office came to an
Kid recently and a new slate of
kfficers for the coming year was
hstallcd by the Sisterhood of
r< mple Zion at its denor luncheon
the Dupont Plaza Hotel. But
|iis. Goldstein did not rest long.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro, spiritual
lader of the congregation, served
\: the installation officer. Taking
b their new responsibilities were
Irs. Stanley Cannon, president;
lis. Harold Goldstein, Mrs. Bcn-
Uniin Shcchter, Mrs. Charles
laffer and Mrs. Henry Forer,
Ice presidents; Mrs. Gerald En-
rfild, corresponding secretary;
Irs. Henry Guttman, recording
secretary; Mrs. Marshall Schweitz-
er, treasurer, and Mrs. Michael
Slotnick, financial secretary.
IDELE KATZ and MARCIA GOLDSTEIN
[DON'T MISS KADOiSH for your
loved ones. Rabbi Blaustein of
Cong. Beth Halevi lor 35 years
will recite Kaddish morning and
night; also Moleh Rachmim
Memorial Service. Unvtilings and
Marriages Performed. 422 Meri-
[dian Avenue, Miami Beach. Phone
531-4627
A
d
Fred Sandier, of 2720 SW 2nd
Ave., and Mrs. Sandier were in
Honolulu recently for a four-day
business conference with offic-
ers and field representatives of
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company at the Hilton Hawai-
ian Village. A staff member of
the company's Coral Gables
office, Mr. Sandier placed more
than SI,000,000 in individual
life insurance to rank among
the leaders of Metropolitan's
30,000 field representatives in
the United States and Canada.
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JUNE IS DIPLOMA TIME
Harry and Lilly S;hiff, whose grandchildren
in Miami belong to Neil and Barbara Schiff, alao
have grandchildren in New York belonging to
daughter Eileen and her husband Charles Bone-
parth. Three Boneparths are graduating this
year: Peter from Elementary school, Shelley from
junior high and Betty from senior high school.
Betty will go to Ithaca University in the fall.
Every year, it seems more and more grand-
children graduate from high school. My high
school friend Myrtle (Mrs. Morton) Greenwood
whose daughter, Joni, (now Mrs. Stanley Tate) I
saw one minute after she was born, is grand-
mother of Kenny (1 saw him a minute after he
was born, also, who graduated from Miami Beach
High. Kenny will go to Vanderbilt in the fall.
Sylvia and Sidney Lefcourt will have to wait
awhile for graduation exercises. But they are
delighted that their daughter, Barbara, and her
husband Barry Haiman, have moved from Mobile
to Miami to live with their three children. Beth,
Marge and Patti who still belong in the baby
sitting class.
That Reva Wcxler is a worry wart! Husband
Irving is fine but Reva could hardly wait until
she had her son Jerry's diploma from Coral Gables
high school in her hand. Then they went out
and had a grand celebration.
There is only one way to stop Florence (Mrs.
Sidney) Lewis from raving about their perfect
trip to Europe this year. That is to go on another
one. Florence liked Majorca about the best. It
was so clean and the people were so delightful.
Ilie stores regular stores where you didn't have
to bargain, suited Florence. She doesn't know
how, she says.
NOW I HAVE TIME
"No more pencils, no more books, no more
teacher's dirty looks. (That poem bugs me, the
kid's mothers give them much dirtier looks than
their teachers would ever dream of.) Anyway
school is out and I will now take the time to
feel sicklywhich I didn't have time for before.
My son, Jere. took me to Carver Junior High
School every day, (it's 16 miles each way) and
my good friends and daughter in-law Shirley,
;ook turns picking up after me after school.
That's a long haul! Jere thanked the principal.
Charles Gray, for being so understanding, and
said. "Next year my mother won't ever have to
leave a meeting early, as she will be driving her-
self." I've been thinking that wasn't so smart of
him. But anyway, I'm looking forward to a long
cool summer doing nothing.
EVERVONE MET EVERYONE
After their return from their honeymoon in
Jamacia Nancy Jane and Melvyn B. Frumkes en-
tertained at a reception in their home on North
Prospect Drive, Miami. Nancy Jane wore a long
beige satin gown. Sherri Lee Frumkes, Mel's
daughter, helped greet the guests. Mel wore a
brown double breasted jacket and the four boys
"his" (Mark and Steven) and "hers" (Stewart
and Jeffrey)) all wore the identical jackets and
looked adorable now they're all one family. Mrs.
Frumkes was in purp'.e to match the orchid
plants that were in such profusion all around.
Cocktails and goodies were served inside and out.
An accordionist provided a delightful background
for the talking that went on.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Scharlin, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dublin, Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Harris, Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph
Narot, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Kaplan, Judge and Mrs.
Milton Friedman, Dr. and Mrs. George Lister,
Rabbi and Mrs. Steven B. Jacobs, Dr. and Mrs.
..ugmwilMmMninuMMi.' :-*: i>iNimm;.
Erwin Lesser, Judge Frank Dowlirvg, Jack ail '
Ada Abbott. Also having a fine time were Mr.
and Mrs. Marshal! Friedlander (Michelle is an
attorney herself I. Barry and BarbaraHaiman, Mr.
and Mrs, Joseph A'tschullcr, Mr. and Mrs. Irvir.
Shapiro, Phyllis Kaplan, Judge and Mrs. Edward
Klein, Mrs. Max Dreyer, Judge and Mrs. James
Lawrence King, Howard and Anne Margolks.
Norman K. Schwartz and Stephen Carner.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
Meredith Rand and Arthur Epstein are now
Mr. and Mrs.! And what a week of parties thej
had beforehand! Sidney and Sylvia Lefcourt
treated the wedding party to dinner at "Fabulous
Flagler" Kennel Club; there were three round
tables in red and white, with beautiful center-
pieces. What no one but Sylvia's daughter, Bar-
bara. (Mrs. Barry) Haiman knew was that it
was her birthdaybut Sylvia was "sung to" whe:i
that fact became known.
Dr. and Mrs. Victor Dembrow and th:-
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allick Eustcin.
co-hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Dembrow
home, and Mrs. Epstein made the luxionkugel for
which she is famous all through Massachusetts
Mr. and Mrs. David Catsman and Judge ar.i
Mrs. Milton Friedman hosted a buffet dinner tor
the (excuse me) "oldsters" at the Catsman home
while their offspring had a party for the young
bunch at the Friedman's.
The offspring include Judie Friedman, Juli
Catsman and Ellen and Philip Frieden, and their
party was terrific. On the porch there was a lif;-
size dummy of Harold Rand sitting in a rocki-.-
looking just like himself, with a shot gun beside
him and a huge sign saying, "Artie, do I have just
the girl for you!" Sylvia Friedman was ths
artist, of course. Inside were two huge pictures
of the bride and groom, enlarged from som?
taken when they were two years old. These were
on the wall with a big poster saying "And th rj
lived happily ever after."
Everyone had a great time.
A PENTHOUSE HOUSEWARMING
When Yvette and Mickey Kraus celebrate!
moving from their charming house into an equal-
ly charming penthouse on Collins Ave., with blu
and gold decor, the blonde hostess wore a .stun-
ning Portofino pants outfit in yellow. The view
from the terrace showing the twinkling Mghts
reflected on the bay was as big an attraction -
the delicious hors d'oeuvres and drinks.
Among the guests were Bernie and Gr; Pallant. (who was wearing the tie-silk frock she
had brought from Hong Kong) the Emanuel Gol !-
Strichs, and a trio of Sylvias with their spous is
Ben Rcskin. Harry Papier and Dr. Leon Mar-
heimer. Also in a festive mood were Mr. and
Mrs. Bernie Mandlcr, Judge and Mrs. Jasor.
Berkman, the Milton Colemans, JudRe and Mrs.
Jerry Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen. Mr. ar.i
Mrs. Sam Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chisling. Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Roth. Mrs. Leah Serott, the
Frank Friedmans. the Harry Newmans, the B
Levins, and dark-haired Harriet Fenias, resplen-
dent in a blue ensemble. Also enjoying then-
selves were Diane and Ken Lash, Shirley an!
Stanley Schnell. Mr. and Mrs. Maury Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. William Sargent, Judge and Mrs.
Charles Gertler, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Dorf, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Brown and1 Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Levy. Though a little more crowded than the lr
house, the apartment was just as much fun. with
the same wonderful hospitality that always makes
you feel so welcome at the Krauscs'.
4-ranccs =* c/i
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Friday. July 3 j J
letters to the editor

Mey-Ami Revisited

Between You And Me
salogi is not ;.n overnight p-.-.J
; it took (hive v,,ls 0 ;,,,:
' T.d planninar b.-fom i: -;
By BORIS 9MOLAR
The United States ha< lioon hoi
I OH OK. Tin- I.hWIi l-loi l.liai..
in I9B2, Mi. 1 ,. on |.,....] ,.,..
' nomlc iwh :<< u nil oflle 1 420
1 "-"in !: In nl .1 \ iii.i-,' nr .ettlemrnt ,1
In c\ In hv nor ol tho Miami Jm>
I h community, and the sumfc-stlon
v. .is picked up by Judgi Ze\ Kogari,
1 ildenl of the Jewish Not I m il
1 und 1 I Greater M!am' .< ho
1 '.....in lite sii 'gcstlon i<, my at.
tentlnn,
I thought ii an excellent Idea
nnd (i -inn! monej 1 l 1 foi I .
L*h Nutionnl I'm ii Judpe Kognn
\\;i Rllo \i 1 \- .nllii-sinsije ol 0 I
the Idi i and w laanehe i a c im-
r i' n i i r il e I inda for the eatah
1 hmenl of i st-ttl mont In l irael
lO bo Mini il \I .i,]i:.
college yean in the exci
viror.ment of Israel.
The college ic not b?ii
in I lie Sp In | i,| I" ,.; o .., ,-.,,
ol ( (router M e ii i lenl -. I -l bj
Zev Kc;;,,n and my.self, \i Ited Is "'' u m appeared in Hi
if I for Ihe i u no ie u| ulte idln '':" :(;,;il,:
At ribbon cutting ceremony held in 1963 dedicating Kibbutz
Mey Ami are shown at left. Piclure at right, taken during
Mr. Ell's recent visit to Israel shows seme of the forme/
soldiers living and working there now.
the dedication of n Rettle new
m mod MEY-AMI; we rnrficlimted
In rhe cutting ol the ribbon, i pic.
tun of the di dication is < ncloaed.
The writer felt th it the namr
should be ipellcd "Mr-Ami," rj
that 'ii'' k/cbrew name would sim-..
t(iat the M-iitciiu ni is "from my.
people" i.ni. much to my dUap-|
iHiinim, ni. JNP chairman .Taeoli
Tsui- insist, il that it should in
"MKY-AMK." or "In.; > the v. I
teH of our people."
S nCC that dedication, n trttlr-
men! h.is been established, lions
log :.0 farnwr-solchcrs, Th < I) lild-
itu-.s have hern erected; one con
tains living quarters, another a
social hall, dining room and kitrh-
Jewish l.utz when they get married
mil are ready to raise families.
will receive S200.000. plus SI mil-
lion in Egyptian currency.
The American College in Jeru-
salem, a liberal arts English-Inn-1 "" on.
guage college, is now seeking fi- dized by the Israel govern 'nt. it
nancial aid from the U.S. govern- !s maintained by tuition. '. st,
ment similar to the one given to dents live in dormitories r t
the American universities in Beirut 'lakerem, Jerusalem, and ., [
and Cairb. A young institution classes in adpacont buildings
chart red in Washington D.C. PW SL250 tuition fee j
the college has now 145 students '<"' room and board for |
most of tin ni from the United academic year. Full and parthl
Si tcs, but also .i dozen of Arabs tuition scholarships are provided
and Armenians from the Old Cit> ''"' ;|S many worthy stu
section of Jerusalem. possible, as well as part-time worli
The college, like any American opportunities on and off the cirri.
college, uses English as its Ian- P"8- A committee is now beirj
guage of instruction. Ii teaches! tablished in New York which will
ISRAEL HONORS '"'' !''"''' is kepi very well, sur-
TWO BEACH MEN rounded by a profusion of beauti-
NI.'W YORK Two Miami nil flowers and cultivated by a
Beach men were honored { nRPPy Industrioufi group of young
Sunday night by the Israeli '''":'' The Greater Miami Jew-
sh community can be proud of
having established the Kibbutz
Mi } -Ami.
LEON .1. ELL
Couples Club Officers
ambassador to the United
States for their efforts in es-
tablishing Me-Ame, a n< u
settlement In Israel. Leonard
.1. Ell. president of the Jew-
i-sli National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, and ftabb*
Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple I The Couples Club of H.th l>viri
Monor.ih, were named by Am-1 Congregation has dieted its offi-
bnssador Avrnham Herman.!0*1* {"y ,n0 coming year. They
He spoke before 1010 Jewish ii'"elude Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T<>-
Xaiional Kund officials in!,MU'k :<"'sidenls; Mr. and Mrs.
New York. Sl "'' N'ussbauni :irst \ iee presi-
I revisited Mey-Aml ......_J dents; Mr. tart Mrs. Joseph Baum.
I neral subjects like physic?
chemistry, economics, sociology, bi-
ology, psychology, mathematics,
po l i t i c a 1 science, anthropology,
archaeology, and the fine arts, fl
a Is i teaches Hebrew. Arabic, Jew-
ish history and Biblical Bcience
ii on May
25. l!:7() and am hippy to renorl
SCO r:.. vk
presidents; Dr. and
I1R
erald
Mey-Aml. It is now inhabited by 50 Lefcourt, corresponding secretar-
;.";'' ,;';'''! -" : rha. v^ZZ^Z 'SS *** >-' Sellgman. record!
tjon loo,,, foi parties, music and ,n |he ,; ies, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Orlin,
When the veil lenient was plan- wn"'- BOldlers, including oL'ht
ned, .1 v.,- Intended to Ik- .i mill- ilK "l(l '""' married couple, The ,
tary outposl on ihe Jordi'n Israel V"Ung farmer-soRHera haw done trea*urer8- ub membership
border, ii was no close to the 'tvniendons Job in clearing theM* made up of Beth David couples
land of rocks ,m eessfullv producing cotton on 100
lens of land. They also have ."(X)
ho r thai while attending the
if* d'.MtIon c rem inies, we could
si Jordanian soldiers with their ,,'vs '" 'and. They also haw :;(X) I).,., i..;,, a A.,
rifles stlcklns out from behind "heep grazing on Ihe real of the] ."" vnj
f ne.M Hill. Bui in 1967, the Jor- I;,,mI cleared. All in all, it i< a Ray S. Dau has Joined the firm w*n chool graduate children toIworking on the problems of Jew-
i -i Iloi-det loved 35 miles l>rofitable enterprise aecomp'lsh?rl ,,t Bishophic/Green /Fielden -is l"rai'1 lor a sv;"' '"' ,w,) of stud> ish communities in cities with pop-
it.-i Mey-Ami The Jewish Na- through the efforts of the J.N.F ,............,',. .... .... there. illations of about 5,000.
sei-.e as the liaison between the
college and its supporters in the
United Stales.
Although all instruction :n tlv?
college is in English. Amerenv
students are expected ta leant He
brew there and to take basiaj
subjects. Its course In literature r()lirscs in ivael's history in I lit.
includes not only English and ,.lall,iv. Thp ^Ucpc offers a pro-
American literature but also He- gram for students who ate especi.
brew literature. Yiddish literature! ;i)!y interested in careers in educi-
in English translation, and classics; ,ion .,,,-j fiQcM Wl)rk. ^pocid
of European and Oriental lltefd- couraca are offered to meet cer-
tare in English translation. j tification requirementa foretemen-
Over a dozen of American uni- tarv nm, secondary school teach-
wrsitios have already accepter!; ers G[ individual states. Admission
transfer credits from the college! 0frirc.e arc niiintained by the col-
and more American universities in-; l(,K0 in Now York. One East 42nd
dicated that they are ready to ree- stm>t> w-herc applications are ae-
ognize ihe credits students receive ccpt(1(i an(, advicc !s ,^vcn reSi,rd.
In the .Terusalem institution after in scholarship award*.
June 1970. when the collejre will ________
have graduated its first students. > j
Few Jews in Hie United gtttcs KInUHl Is Appoill l
are .ware of the e.\ist;inee of the Ilaymond M. Kalmiin has been
American Collcfre in JenisaJcm j appointed consultant in the Small
This is because the college did not j Cities Department of the Council
seek publicity on its activities dur- i of Jewish Federations and Welfare
big the few yean of its existence' Funds' national staff, according
However, ihe collejre is now be- \ ro an announcement made by the
ginning to arouse much interest organization's executive vice pres-
nmonc Jewish families in- this | U\vnt, Philip Bernsli in. In his new
country who want to send their assignment. Mr. Kalman will be
i
II n ii !' uni h s bulll a beautiful ''"' ''"''
vice president-director of market-
There are many Jewish youth*
real iron, the highway to the 1 spent more than an hour with ?* BCC0Unt ,upervtaor- E- D- in the United States who. intend
ettVment. >"e youna people stationed there Ca8horo' Present of the Miami- ing to continue their study hvl
.UK
l found then to bo hopeful of based advertising agency, has an- "choob of higher learning abroad
"' Januan I II t the follow- settllni? permanently in the Kib- nounced.
would like to spend a semester or !
two in Israel. They can. of course, '
enter the Hebrew University in
Jerusak m, the Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, the Weizmann institute and
the Haifa Technion. However, thej
know no Hebrew, which is th
language of instruction in thes*
institutions. In the American Col-
lege the language of instruction is'
English. In addition, the leaniin
of Hebrew there is simplified.
Prof. Norman Greenwald, presi-
dent of the college, and Prof. Sol
Liptzin, chairman of its Depart-
ment of Humanities, fore see a
large large registration of Ameri-
can Jewish youngsters in their In-
stitution for the next yen-, when its
credits will become transferable to
numerous American colleges and
uimci.siiies. They point Out that
the college is a non-profit and non-
sectarian institution which is uni-
que in offering an accredited
American liberal arts education in
a foreign setting. Most of ita facul-
i ty memiiers are from American
universities.
The American College in Jeru-
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vhauman; Samuel FhedVxnd. president of
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chuumen cl the board; Dr. Emanuel M.
Popper. Dean of the University of Miami's
School of Medicine; Dr. Peter Masiko. Jr..
president of Miami-Dade Junior College
which will run the school for students seek-
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whom the building is named, and Samuel
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Friday, July 3. 1970
-Jmisti fkcirndHctr
age 7-B
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The most controversial topic
concerning w > %n*s clothing today
is the l< ttgt'h >f the skirt. Opinions
range from tile die-hard mini-
skirt lovers *i the tuarit'garde
who are anxious for the fushlon-
ch'nnge midi.
Mrs. Benia ; Handler wants to
know if the rhhii length will be as
pdpuTar it: Florida this Wind r
season as it seems headed to be
In New York City. She asks if
designers rti' tie fcishion, or docs
climate?
The answer is a little bit or
This "pony print" of satin crepe
with a brown bodice topping a
brown and white skirt, is by
Victor Costa for Suzy Peretfe
e fashion for Fall. 1970.
th. Designers must come up
i;h new ideus because we women
*'"' : nol si im to ro shopping
riffer year and look at Hie
iiinv type ..f clothes. We need
|rjd like the stimulation of Bhange.
towever, change in fashion, as in
y.v fields, occurs slowly. The
ti-sk'rt did not sttdd?nry np-
an the so tie. it gradually
Ii!' its appearance by being
i'ii by tfvant garda women, and
seerns as tlKiugh the midi is
i 'i for the same evolutionary
'CVSS.
Jt'limate alse dictates fashion
|ingp. B's eil! m New York and
women rnfl to keen warm.
efore Hie m:r\i coat was a
I'ral ad ipt it ton. In fact, when
H fashion t if of London two
It's ago u -. n: sKirts .;; a standard type
tii-ess.
Mrs. Martin Hochman has
asked if we women should allow
designers to dictate the styles we
wear? Despite popular opinion,
this is really not the ease. Design-
ers experiment with new ideas,
express them at their fashion
openings, then sit back and wait to
see if the women will buy their'
styles. Buyers usually know the |
pulse of their clients, hut then
have been known to sit on mer-'
ehandise that you and1 I simply >
refuse to buy.
The woman with money to shop,;
who is not afraid to wear what
she considers most flattering to
her, is the woman who controls
the fashion market. The woman
who "must"" buy what Woman's
Wear Daily decrees is "the fash-
ion," supports even the most ex-
treme of designers,
Mrs. Morton Getz wanted to
know what men think of the mid-
calf midi so we asked around.
Most of the men didn't want to
be quoted by name, but lure are
some of their reactions.
One gentleman who admit led he
liked to look at women in the
mint-length skirt said he wished
that women were really aware of
their figures when they decided
on their skirt length. A law Stu-
dent thought that mini-skirts
should be worn with matching
briefs. A shoe salesman declared
that older women who wear minis
should have their heads examined,
and added that any woman who
wears the mini should at least
learn how to sit down.
A few of the men like the longer
length skirt, especially for even-
ing, hut most men were confused
about the semantics of skirt |
lengths. Many of those in the fash-
ion industry have used the word
"longuette" to described anything,
longer than the mini and shorter
than the maxi. After discussing I
skill length preferences with many
men we found that most of them j
like hems which end around thei
knee. Some like them a little above j
and a few prefer them a little
ongcr. Not many of those in-
terviewed liked the mid-calf length
for the day time wear.
Florida is behind New York in
adapting fashion changes, and New
York is behind Paris, I/mdon and j
Rome. Our climate is fairly stable1
and Ihis lends itself to transitional
wardrobes ... so it's fairly safe
to predict that skirt lengths will
fall only sightly this coming wint-
er season.
Brewers Announc-iii"
Judith's Engagement
To Homer L. Murqnit
Mr. ard Infs, Ev <- \ rV< ..
er, 17501 NE 8th St. N irih M'aml
Beach announce the enga nYmt
.-if the'r d i i rhter, Ju 'It** to '> -a-
i.. Marrjult, son of Dr. .....I i 3
Svvil M i''<|iit, 1330 NE 120 h S'..
North Miami.
Judith attended th- UivFHi
if Florida in Gajnosvl'le and will
<:tadeate frorn Florida Mlnntir.
University this August, She ("
hen nssfgnei to te-ieh at North!
Miami Senior High School in the
fall.
Mr. Marquit ifl a graduate of
Rcnsselacr Polytech Institute in
Troy, N.Y., and is presently en-
rolled in the University of Miami's ]
School of Medicine.
The couple is planning a Jul} |
wedding.
'Miss Universe' Luncheon
Benefits Cancer Research
The Woman's Cancer Associa-
tion of the University of Miami is
sponsoring the seventh annual Miss
Universe Luncheon in the Fon-
lainebleau Hotel at 12:15 p.m.
Monday, featuring fashions by
Mary Norton modeled by interna-
tional beauliis who have been
contestants in the Miss Universe
and Miss U.S.A. Beauty Pageants.
Among those participating will be
the winners of last year's com-
petitions.
A social hoar will precede the
luncheon, beginning at 11 a.m. in
the hotel's Grand Ballroom. Mrs.
William Clot is in charge of reser-
vations for the event; proceeds
are earmarked for cancer research
conducted in Dado County.
M. B. Doctor Receives Award
S & L's Green Stamps Go To
Variety Children's Hospital
Variety Children's Hospital for
the second time has received a
1 certificate enabling the institution j
i to redeem 50.000 green stamps
i under the program inaugurated
j by the Washington Federal Say-
i ings and Loan Association several ;
i months ago whereby customers I
opening accounts in any of its
branches receive green stamps for
themselves and a certificate for an
equal number for their favorite
charity.
Murray Rosenthal. assistant vice
president of the Association, made
the presentation to the president
of the hospital's board of directors.
Gen. E. A. Evans. Many other
charitable organizations will reach
the 50,000 green stamp goal for a
similar award shortly, it was re-
ported.
Dr. Frederick M. Rosenbloom ol
Miami Beach, a physician who is
active on the staff of Mount Sinai
Hospital, has been notified that
the paper given at the Interna-
tional Congress of Rheumatology
in Czechoslovakia' last fall and
published in the Annals of Inter-
nal Medicine has won the Geigy
International Prize for Rheuma-
tology. Dr. Rosenbloom, who was
one of the paper's five authors,
will receive a sum representing
one-fifth of the prize.
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Timely indeed, coinciding with
Israel's 22nd anniversary is this:
infer native and engaging l> >ok
about five Israeli children, living
in a Kibbutz hear the Sea of,
Galile'. Skillfully interwoven in
the story is a detailed picture of]
community Kibbutzem life. Five
8-year old children make a game}
of their daily chores and feel land!
lightly sol that they are an Im-j
portanl part of the building and |
future of Israeli life. The children
of Isi ael have a greater under-1
standing of the vital issues of!
Jewish survival than we realize.!
The word "peace" is more than i
an expression to them; it is a
hope for life. They also know that |
fighting the encmv and carrying ;
n tradition and the observance of
ritual is not only In the past his-
tory of the Jews but put of the
;>"e>, i i and, hopefully, the future.
Incoiporated in the story i-
Hanukah dreaie. of one of th
children and their attempt t<> join
the Israeli forces to aid in the fight
against the enemy. Of course ail
ends well to every young reader's
delight.
Shoshanrah S>octor. the author,
knows her local- well being a
Sabra and spending part of each
year in Israel. She is a local resi-
lent. Hebrew teacher at the He-
brew Academy and adult education
c'asses on Miami Beach and at
Grossinger's in the Catski'ls. She
has written a number of playlets
for ch'ldren and CO-authOTed a
cookbook and Hebrew language
book, The simple illustrations by
Aharon Shevo capture ihe spirit
of the book.
Morris N. Broad, president of American Savings and Loan
Association of Miami Beach, presents the 1S70 American
Savings Scholarship Award certificate to Marjorie Leu Nuce
of 4747 Alton Rd., Miami Beach at the annual Awards As-
sembly held by Miami Baach High School. Miss Nuce.
whose father is a Miami Beach fireman, will use the $500
award for tuition and books during her firsi year at the
University of Florida.
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Friday. July 3, 1970
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and Mrs. Herbert Kravitz.250 N.E.
175th Ter., North Miami Beach. An
ophthalmic dispenser, her huchand.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis El-
brand. 19310 N.W. 23rd Ct., grad-
uated from Miami-Dade Junior
College and New York Community
College.
Th bride was attired in a prin-
cess stylo gown of white *ilk or-
ganza trimmed with beaded Chan-
MMy Iriee and featuring a detach-
able chapel-length train. She was
attended by Marlene Kravitz,
maid of honor and Wendy Kravitz,
matron of honor. Stanley Elbrand
was best man for the groom and
Steven Kravitz ushered.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica.
Pucr'.o Rico and the Virgin Is-
lands, the newiyweds will make
their home in North Miami.
MRS. LOUIS P. ELBRA4D
FAbrund-K rvtvitz
R bbi Max Lipschitz solemnized
U marriage of Ellen Kravitz and
L.. !s Phillip Elbrand at 7 p.m..
b day. June 28. in the Diplomat
C. ntry Club. Hollywood. A re-
c Ion in the club followed.
A graduate of the University of
Miami where she received her B.A |
i.w :' M.A. degrees in Education.
the bride is the daughter of Mr.
Carm el-Kaufman
Andrea Lynn Kaufman and
Jerald Gary Carmel exchanged
their vows before Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz Saturday. June 27, in
the Algiers Hotel. A reception in
the hotel followed the 9 p.m. cere-
monies.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Kaufman, 425 E. Di-
lido Dr.. Miami Beach, chose a
gown of white organza and pink
satin with ribboning on its cuffs
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and midriff. She carried a bouquet
of white roses.
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Carmel, 826 83rd St.,
Miami Beach, graduated from the
Ohio College of Podiatric Medi-
cine where he was a member of
KTE fraternity.
Serving the bride as maid of
honor was Margo Kaufman; her
matron of honor was Mrs. Gail
Weinbrun; Linda Carrol was
bridesmaid. The groom's best man
was Allen Carmel and Stuart
Kaufman, Richard Krakow, Myles
Tralins, Jeff Schaefer. Ira Hirsch,
Stephen Horowitz, Leon Perlstein
and Gerald Weinbrum ushered.
Mr. and Mrs. Carmel will live
in Warrensville Heights, Ohio af-
ter a honeymoon. Rios.Jamica and
ter a honeymoon in Rios, Jamaica
and Ohio.
Hirsch-Diamond
Eileen Diamond was married to
Richard B, Hirsch in 8:30 p.m.
ceremonies conducted by Rabbi
Irving I.ehrman, Saturday. June
27. in Temple Emanu-El. A re-
ception in their honor followed at
the temple.
The new Mrs. Hirsch. the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Diamond.
17560 N.E. 5th Ct., North Miami i
Beach Is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. She attended
the University of South Florid
and the University of Miami, and
p'ans to attend Virginia Commo#
wealth University. H or floor-
length sown of white satin with
Venetian lace featured long
sleeves, a detachable train and
!;> veil; she carried a bou-
quet of white rose-.
Th.' bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G orge Hirsch. 20 Islam', Av
Miami Beach, is also a gradual
of Miami Beach High School. 11
graduated from the University of
South Florida and is attending the
Medical College of Virginia in
Richmond. Va.
The bride's matron of honor
was Jill Gilbert. Robert Sdiecter
was best man for the groom.
Ushers were Ira Giller, Ed Green-
berg, Bob Fanett and Marty Abeth.
The couple will honeymoon in
Paradise Island, then make their
home in Richmond.
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Judith Paul Easton and Ronaid
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day. June 27, at Temple Judea in
Coral Gables. The bride and groom
vrote their own "creative" service
:or the ceremony, which was per-
formed by Rabbi Morris Kipper
ind Temple Judea's Cart''". Mrt.
rra Shore. -?|;jfl
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Easton. 551 Jeronimo Dr.,
.'oral Gables, the bride, who grad-
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a Dean's scholar. Her husband, th.?
;on of Mr. and Mrs. Russcl Rem-
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and will enter ni( dical school in
the Fall.
The bride's white silk organza
gown featured appliques of Chan-
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lired in gowns of pink organza,
accented with candy satin sashes.
The bridal party included Mrs.
Paul Kalos, serving as matron of
honor for her sister; the groom's
sisters, Carol Remick, Kathy
ftcmick and Sue Remick. ar.d her
cousin. Judith Eastcn. bridi -
maids, and her niece, Nancy Kalo.s,
flower girl.
The groom's uncle, Herman
Levitt, served as best man. Ushers
were the bride's brother-in-law,
Paul Kalos, Jonathan Katz, Rich-
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The couple will live in Brooklyn,
N.Y.. where they will continu.;
their education after a wedding
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"riday, July 3, 1970
*Jew is*ttarMtm
Page 9-B
J~or MRS. HERBERT DAVIS
Davis-Brenner
Menorah of Miami
was the scene of 12:30 p.m.
onies Sunday, June 28, dur-
Miich Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
I united Judith Brenner and
ert Davis in marriage.
bride, who graduated from
Beach Senior High School
Attended Miami-Dade Junior
ze, h the daughter of Mrs.
)lson, 1100 Venetian Way.
ii Beach. She mad-' her-own
|ne< ked. short-sleeved, A-line
which was fashioned of
peau de soie and had a de-
ibk train. Her sister, Renee
istein, attended hnr as matron
jonor, and her niece, Wendy
I'.'.if nr.er, served as flower girl.
son of Mr. and Mrs. .Tack
Davis, 820 Raymond St., Mi-
[ h, the bridegroom also
ated from Miami Beach Se-
igh School and attended
li-Dade Junior College, after-
I;.::. nding the University of
La. (!. Mark Davis was his ]
Jmi.i; his nephew. Marshall ;
tsh '.as ring bearer.
'<-\vlyweds will motor to I
FbconB Mountains, Washing-'
n.c and New York City for
* weeks before taking up resi-
Ice In Miami Beich.
S olove-Edelbl u m
Shaarcn Harriet Kdelblum be-
I came the bride of Joseph R.
Max Lipschitz officiated at the
icon ceremonies, which were h''!d
n the Algiers Hotel, Miami Beach,
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kdelblum, of
.'530 SW 22nd Ter., received her
'}.A. degree in Elementary Educa-
tion from the University of Flor-
ida, where she is currently study-
ing for her Master's degree in
Special Education for children
with behavioral disorders. She is
l member of Phi Kappa Phi, na-
tional honor society.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Solove, 1000 NE
173rd St., North Miami Beach, is
also a student at the University of
Florida. He has received his B.S.
degree in Business Administration
and will continue his study, work-
ing towards his Master's degree
this Fall. He is a member of Delta
Sigma Pi, national business fra-
ternity.
MRS. J0SIPH K. SOLOVt
For her wedding the new Mrs.
Solove chose a gown fashioned of
white eyelec organza in the Cam-
clot style, and trimmed with pink
satin ribbon. She was attended by
Mrs. Stanley Harris, matron of
honor, and bridesmaids Mrs. Bar-
ton Margoshes, Mrs. Rick Levin-
son and Carole Tomaszek. The
! groom was served by Stephen Leb,
I best man, and his brother, David
Solove, junior best man. Ushers in-
i eluded the bride's brother, Larry
; Edelblum. Howard Schwartz and
Alan Telisman.
After a four-day honeymoon in
Nassau, Bahamas, the couple will
make their home in Gainesville.
Eisenberg-Patiteaux
Joanne Marcia Patiteaux and
her bridegroom. Perry Eisenberg,
left for a month-long honeymoon
tour of Europe after they were
united in marriage by Rabbi Ralph
P. Kingsley in the Algiers Hotel
at noon Sunday, June 28.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
iMrs. E. Harlan Patiteaux of 100
Kings Point Dr., North Miami
Beach, graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Florida
before being employed by Jackson
Memorial Hospital as a medical
technician. A member of B'nai
B'rith Women and Hope School,
she has served as a lecturer for
the Greater Miami Weight Watch-
ers organization. The bridegroom,
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. ]
Benjamin Eisenberg, 844 Collins
I Ave., Miami Beach, is managing j
| director of a Miami Beach Hotel ,
| and a member of the South Beach j
Hotel Association's board of direc-
tors. A graduate of Long Beach
High School, Long Beach, N.Y.,
he attended the University of Mi-
ami and spent four years in the
U.S. Navy.
The new Mrs. Eisenberg select-
' ed a floor-length gown of white
peau de soie and French lace end-
ing in a train; her fingertip-length
veil was cf imported French lace
and she carried a cascade of white
.'oses. Her sister, Mrs. Seymour
Siliman. served as her matron of
honor; iraid of honor was Carole
Rose. The bridesmaids Included
mother sister, Mrs. Barry M.
Greenbi Tg, Mrs. Elaine Simmons,
che groom's sister, Mrs. Phyllis
Parsons and Helene Brenner. The
groom's niece, Cheryl Simmons,
was junior bridesmaid.
The bridegroom's attendants in-
cluded Akin Parsons, best man,
ishers Jack Kamin, Ira Hani-.
Paul Grill, Seymour Siliman and
M. Barry Greenberg; the bride's
nephew, Keith Siliman and the
groom's nephew, Keith Simmons,
junior ushers, and another of the
bride's nephews. Marc Siliman,
ring bearer.
Miami Beach will be home for
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenberg when they
return from Europe.
MRS. PERRY EISENBERG
Ivy Block Engaged To Marry Michael Gomberg
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Block
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Ivy, to Michael Gom-
berg, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Gomberg of Pittsburgh, Pa.
A graduate of Palmetto Senior
High School, the bride-elect is at-
tending Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, where she is majoring in
Education. Her fiance is a student
at the University of Miami. A Fi-
nance major, he is a member of
7BT fraternity.
The couple plans to be married
next Spring.
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7 age 10-B
* A n / Friday. July 3. 1970
Joan Zuvkernmn to Wed
Jerome Fisher Aug. 30
Mi ;. Marvin J. Z.<
"mat, 741 Calati Coral
engagement
ol their daughter, J .. to j--:ome
, P. Fisher, tin Mr. and Mrs.
. Milton N. Fisher, 1224 Andora
A.-.. Coral Gab!..-.
A graduate of Corn! Gables High
[School. Joan, wild iW' her
I' r of Arts d rorn Bos-
ton University in A has been
j student there th and is
attending :h< University of Miami
! this summer.
Her nance, a graduate of Coral
Gables High School, received his
Bachelor of Arts degree from Har-
vard University last month and
will enter the University of Miami.
Law School in September.
The wedding date has been set
for Aug. 30.
Maria June Weksler, David Berctison Sel Dec. 27lh Wedding Date
the CSavaleon Hal! of tame. Serooi winner arid a letterman on th?.
Varsity Swim Team. Mr. Bercu-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wc
?K3ie'\ I
135 Luenga A\e., Coral Gables.1 of Distinction, recipient of
announce the engagement of their American Legion Award me-nh-r son was graduated
N >nai Honor Society. Ji
Class tre ituvr, ind Student Gov-
-. n .. nl > of fin n Al
the YW-YWHA, sh is :
< nl ol Tri Beta Council, presi-
dent of the Inter-Club Counci .
i! i Out. Sh**tt-nds r*.o UniwsiH of FPF+~- Ctaa^ally attending th- Un-
lida win re she is recording si .-re- versfty of Florid-.! Lav Schooj. ho
- ry of Delta Phi Epsilon. member of the John fclarsha 1
Her fiarc*- graduated from North Bar Association and Pi Delta Wfi
Miami Senior High Sen ,oi. where legal fraternity.
he was | cellort The wedding U planned for De-?.
AZA. c F Foundation science 27.
University in 19fi8 as a politic I
science major. While at Tu! i
he was president of the Pre-Li.'.v
Students Association, president i f
Derickson House, vice t**aM*r>
of Men's Housing, and a let I
H einberg'Krunouitz
Rabbi Morris Kipper officiated
p the candlelight ceremonies in
mpif Judea of Coral Gables
- pday, June 28, during which
I ryl Gail, thi daughter of Mr.
i d Mis Albert Kronowitz, 617
a Ave., Coral Gables, and
G rard, the son of Mr. and
rs. Herbert Weinberg of South
*ng N.J.. repeated their mar-
% mi
A graduate of Coral Gaol Sen-
j Higi School and the College of
eral Ar;-. at Boston University,
1 brid plo d as
; r-ompuh r pn by thi
.. i >:]>.. in New York C I
h :srj
".tins fiim in
; m k. luated from
f ton Ha i niversity, where he
ditor oi
W i: and atti.....
, .'.. (,'. Miami School I Law.
isted In Who's .
. Air.-: and l':..
The new Mrs. Welnbei
I wn >l silk organza with portrait
ckline and short lace sleeves for
I r wedding. Its empire capelet
dice was rashioned of delicate
issi Is lace, and the Juliet skirt
I wed gracefully into a detach-
.le chapel tcngth train A circlet
- adpiecc of baroque pearls em-
I oiderad on lace l. avea held a
oulder-lengfh veil of silk illu-
m, and she carried a boutiuel of
nk phalai nopals and sfephahotis
c her bridal Bible
bridal party Included Bar-
i a Spl i '' ho si rvi d as maid of
h -no ; thi groom's sister. Mrs.
I maid Shi ho natron of hoi i
; .i .".;:-' Daniel I'.ejtrnan. brides-
i aid. Tile junior attendants were
i e brid' nieces and nephews.
V iey included Rachel Kronowitz.
mot bridesmaid; I> bra Kiono-
;/. fioA\.i girl; Steven Krono-
w. .in- Hbarer, and B. Lowell
] onowkz, junku usher.
William A. Weinberg served his
other as best man; ush
I e bi iric's brothers, Ki i.m th Kro-
i .wit/ and Ronald Kronowitz,
J maid Shapiro. Dr. Roberl VI
. .! ffrey Beck and Richard
. C :ter.
After a honeymoon in San Juan,
3 R., the couple will make their
l. jue in Elizabeth, N.J.
Mrs. Marks Appointed
Ef United Banc shares
Gladys Marks has been ap-
r intcd assistant see etarjr of
l lited Baricshares of Florida,
J'C Frank Smathers, Jr., cfialr-
n ol the board has announced.
Mrs. Harks, who has been affili-
d with The United Hanking
Croup since 1945, starting at the
?. iami Beach Flrsi National Bank
a secretary, has worked in an
I Imlnistrative capacity at Coral
' .bles First National and United
J itional of Miami, both members
i' the bank-holding company.
S lortly after the conlpany opened
1 United National Bank of Dade-
1 .id. Mrs. Marks Ix-cnme Mr.
i lathers administrative assistant.
Ad Agency Relocates
EL J. Seheaffer & Associates, an
1 advertising and public relations
agency, ha5 moved from its former
htadquarters on 79th Street to the
former home of Polly Davis, at
20 SE nth St.. which has been
converted into office space for the
' firm, its president, Ed Seheaffer,
has announced. Thr- agency is a
member of the American Associa-
' tion of Advertising Agencies and
of th- First Advertising Agency
Mi twork.
-.
MAMA 1. WttSLlR
daughter, Maria June, to David
Be cuson, son of Mr, and Mrs
Saul Bercuson. 300 Bayview Dr..
North Miami Beach.
Tli" bride-to-be, who graduati
from Coral Gables Senior High
School in 19P.8. was a member '
Zeigers Announcing
llene's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Zeiger,
.">8o Fairway Dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Ilene Jtiyce, to Victor L. Nunberg.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Nunberg of lJOO 14th St., Miami
Beach.
Both the bride-elect and her
fiance are graduates of Miami
Beach Senior High School. Miss
Zeiger is presently attending Flor-
ida Atlantic University, where she
is majoring in Elementary Educa-
tion. Mr. Nunberg is an Account-
ing major at the University of
Miami.
The couple plans to many next
Spring.
Dr. Lerner Recipient
Dr. Sidney J. Ixrner of Miami
Beach was one of 9t) doctors from
: throughout the United States ar.d
Canada who received; their r*--^-
cloctoral degree from Dr. Jam. s
K. Bates, presi'> nt at tiv j* .-
sylvania College of Podiatric M-:-
ieine in graduation evrci s \\ '. 1
last week in Philalelphia.
Dr. Lerner. who obtained his d -
: give in Podiatry from Tempi
University in 1936. set up his fiist
j practice in Philadelphia, and car-.
to Miami Beach in 1983. Since th- f
jiostdoctoral course began la** /
Si ptember, he has spi-nt one week- |,
I end each month in Philadelphia r
earning the degree of Doctor .'
I Podiatric Medicine which was coot
feiied upon him June 24.

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?


ly 3, 1970
lf**i*UTk>ridnain
Page 11-B
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** -~.
pclaiming Saturday, June 27, as "Citizens
fderal Day In Miami," is Mayor Steve
llark, (center) at the opening of the savings
id loan association's new. regional office
830 Biickell Ave. Accepting the procla-
ion is Citizens Federal president David
lzin. Also on hand were Hank Powell,
Tenth District Commander of the American
Legion, (left) State Insurance Commissioner
Broward Williams, and S. F. Danels, execu-
tive vice president ot Citizens Federal, (right).
The new structure, pre-engineered and pre-
computerized, i believed to be the first of
its kind for a financial institution.
NOW Ships Boxes
Of Clothing To Israel
The Greater :>iinnu Section of I
the National Council of Jewish
Women this work packed eight |
cartons, containing 9fi5 hand-sewn I
garment, and shipped them to Is- !
I rail at their, .own ixpci.se. The
items of clothing, pn.parid in lo-
cal senior day care centers, have I
I been carefully labeled and were
! shipped. OB the "Anal*' this week'
for distribution through the Min*
istry of Social \Y< [Tare to children
i in Israeli welfare homi s.
JWV Post Meeting
Hialcah-Miami. .Springs Jewish
War Veterans Post fi81 will hold
its regular breakfast meeting at
Temple Tiferelh Jacob Sunday at
9:30 a.m. The Post's past com-
mander, William Sydeman, was
presented with a Certificate of
Mciit and its quartermaster. Leon
Silverman received a life member-
ship during the recent JWV con-
vention In the Americana Hotel,
Samuels has been named
liiman o! the membership
lmittee which aims to re-
lit 500 new members for the
[ami Bea:h Elks Lodge. The
^ve was launched by S. Larry
iniel, exalted ruler of the
Ige. which distributes more
in 530,9000 annually in its 25
lint charity program.
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Makes kugelamechayeh.
The seniors work on ibis project
all year under the guidance of
' Mrs. Molly Kauffmann of Coral
Division of the NCJW. Mrs. Kauff-
mann reports thai the assistance
in such ari as as Obtaining ma-
terial, cutting it. vw\ transporting
senior citizens to the Myers Day
Center would be w< Icomcd.
Rubin Adds Bail Bonds
Siil Rubin, wno opened his auto-
i'v : lie and general Insurance
agency at 2:M 5th St.. Miami
Beach, just a few months ago, has
announced the addition of bail
bonds to the services he offers.
Mr. Rubin, whose agency handles
lulomobile, home owners, fire and
hurricane, commi rcial and liability
Insuranci ol ill kinds, is active hi
ihe Mason: id the' Efksi and
s< rvi s as \ ice piesidi iii of the
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1970
vjewisli flcriciiaHJ
Page 13-B
Mifywdi
L MtKKN TEPPER
f ..,tm.raf Temple Nert
I g Sid T- !>> : BW
, :,.1... will become a
Itzvah.
is a student at Nautilus
r h School and attends
I Sh will follow the serv",
t. cccepUon In Warren's
l. hejd at 12:30 p.m.
\ the tepn
; ill include
,. .,,-. Harry Monkarsn,
r ts, and
J W. and Mrs.
T,)rr n.u! Mr. and Mrs. Sol
i New v rk.
GLENN GOTTLIEB
1, hary, the n of Mr.
\ Iton J. Gottlieb. 930
j St., North Miami Beach,
[ te his Bat- Mitzvah at
. [srael of Greater Miami
Hay morning. July 4. chant-
ihe Shachris services as well
he Maftlr and Haftorah.
honor student at the He-
Academy of Greater Miami.
In re ci ived an award at the
riii Dade County Science Fair,
[won the seventh grade spell-
jchsmpionshlp.
L Kiddush following the sery-
[and a reception and dinner in
iFontaine R IcbKa.i Hotel will be hosted by
lui's parents in his honor. The
sis will include his grandmoth-
IMrs. Ethel S. Frankel.
Mt< HAEL HUMPHRIES
ilk-had Allen, son of Mr. and
Rl, it Humphries. 2220 SW
Ct.. will celebrate his Bar
Ezvah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
Wometco Theatres
Glenn Gottlieb Michoel Humphries
urday, July 4.
An eighth grade student at
Rockway Junior High School, Mi-
;. who plays drums in the
school band, is on the wrestling
, am and w in the bronze medal in
the annual AAU wrestling compe-
tition. A Student Council repre-
sentative at his school. Michael
this year won a special Good Con-
duct'av.ua at Temple Or Olom
Hebrew School. As a sixth grade
student at Rockway Elementary
School, he won the American Le- j
gion award as the most outstand-j
ing student in his grade.
Conference On Soviet Jewry
Offers Free Information
The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry is offering films,
slides, free literature and speakers
with a knowledge of the subject
to interested groups in the Miami
area upon request.
The purpose of the Conference,
vJhich is located at 1190 NR 125th
[St.. Siiitt(118..in ^Qi;t^JJiaji..J5K.
to kecp"local"Jewish groups aware'
of the problems faced by Jewish
families in Russia, and foster the
growth of programs in the United
States with which to aid these less
fortunate brethren. Activities dur-
ing the past year aimed at that
objective have included proclama-
tions, a protest march, a special
seder at the Torch of Friendship,
a teach-in at the Hebrew Academy
on Human Rights Day, and the
distribution of more than 23.000
copies of the Mat,oh of Hoik"
prayer. Rabbi Leon Kronish is the
Conference chairman; Yoscf Yan-
i ich serves as coordinator.
MIAMI
mi i
I,. T IMAM' *.:-
PALW SPRINGS
[clint EASTWOOD
SHIRLEY MACLAine
MMTM NACSUSa
TWO MULES FOR
SISTER SARA
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
IBB
Mr. and Mrs. Humphries will!
host the Kiddush. a Saturday j
luncheon at the temple for family
and friends, and a hay ride Satur-
day evening for Michael and his
friends in honor of the occasion.
Michael's great-grandmother. Mrs.
Lena Hecht. his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Levine, and Mrs.
Max Filing, his great-aunt, from
Pittsburgh, Pa., will be among the
guests.
MURRAY SOLOM
Murray, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Solom. will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah during
the 10:30 a.m. services conducted
by Rabbi Ralph P. Kmgsley at
Temple Sinai cf North Dade on
Saturday. July 4. An eighth grade
student, the celebrant, attends the
Temple Sinai Religious School.
124 Semifinalists Remain
In Floater's Classic
Following this week's third and
last quarterfinal test. 24 semi-
finalists remained in Flagler Ken-
nel Club's S100.000 International
Classic out of the original starting
cast of 80.
The first semifinal round will be
run Saturday night; the second
will follow Wednesday and the
third and last Saturday. July 11.
Points accumulated through the
three rounds will determine the
eight finalists for the grand finale
which is scheduled for July 18.
New Films In Local Theatres
Two Mules tor Sister Sara" is
scheduled to open at the Miami.
Byron. Palm Springs and 27th
Avenue Drive-In Theatres Friday.
"A Bov Named Charlie Brown" de-
buts at the Miracle. lG3rd Street
and Surf; "A Time in the Sun"
begins at the Mayfair and Sunset,
"Chisum" at the Olympia, Shores,
Normandy, Suniland, Flamingo
and Gables Twin I, and "The Los-
ers" the same day in the Coral
Way, North Dade, Dixie and Le |
Jeune Drive-ins. Holdovers will be
"Airport" at the Carib, and "The
Boys in the Band" at the Carlyle
and Dadeland Twin I.
Jefferson South Shore Condominium, 631 Jefferson Ave..
Mia-ni Beach, was completed on schedule seven months
after construction began. The 19-unit, five story building
contains 15 one bedroom apartments, a 1 bedroom with
convertible den, and three efficiencies. Developer was Rita
Realty Corp., whose principals are Joseph H. Singer, God-
frey Perell, and Dr. Albert M. Sutton. Architect was Sidney
M." Walker, structural engineer Herbert L. Gopman and
general contractor Joseph H. Singer, Inc. The apartments
are priced in the moderate price range and feature many
luxury features found in higher priced units.
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purchase of a 750-acre estate
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miles from Milwaukee, by the
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+Jen 1st fhridfiann
Friday, July 3, 1970
L Axlrod, State's Outstanding Employer
Of The Handicapped, Buried Wednesday
bituatie*
LEGAL NOT ICE
Services were held Wi-dM-day
Gordon Funeral Home for Leo
.lux!. 05, who came here SS
3 an ago from Cl< w land. Ohio,
; ri mode liis home at 8107 S\V ,
".nil A.vi .
.Mr. Axlrod, who earlier this
a xaa honored as the state's
islanding employer of the han-|
i -ap|k d. owned the Kmpire Fur-1
. uiie Co. oi Coral Gabies, a busi-
s founded by his son, K.lwani,
. 'n was confined to a wheel chair
rheumatic lever. After ftddio
. Jrod. who had himself suffered '
a Pearl attack which lift him
: yiic.illy handicapped, pioneered ',
in the field of employing persons
v. th disabilities.
It was largely through his ef-
ts that Miami came to lead the :
I rion in per capita plac( mint of
the nandicapped in 1957. He was;
etcd president of the World
i .mmittee on Employment of the
j mdicupped in 1962. He was one
the founders of Goodwill Indus-
s and served on its board of
ectars, and was named to the
. sident's Committee and the
Govi rnor's Committee on the Em-
ploymenl of the Handicapped.
Mr. Axlrod was an honorary life
member of Sh< lent Lodge, B'nai
P.'i ith. and Miami-Dade Chamber
oi Commerce, and is inscribed in
the exchange Club's Booh of Gold-
en Deeds. He was recognized by
ihe Florida Junior Chamber of
Commerce for his outstanding
contributions to local, state and
international programs promoting i
employment of the handicapped.
Mr, Axlrod, who was known as
'Mi'. HandicapiH-d," sent emissar-
ies all over the world to promote
adoption of similar programs. The
Axlrod family's story appeared in
the Christian Herald some time
ago, and was later reprinted in the
Reader's Digest
Mi. Axlrod is survived by his
wife. I.ibbe; two daughters, Mrs. :
Muriel Bouvier ami Mrs. Berylo,
dreenberg, and his brother, Sam.
of Miami; his nephew. Stanley
Axlrod; a sister. .Mis. Bertha
Cheek of New Port Richey. and
ten grandchildren.
Interment took place in Mount
Nebo Cemetery.
\ikiski. Oeonre i. Carlyle Ave.,
Surfside Riverside.
i:hsi:, Uiw, >.;. .." Ocean Dr., M.R.
Riverside Interment di. Sinai.
SHARON', .Max, :.:. 78.......>an Dr.,
.Mi:. Btashery.
WEINSTICIX. I:.>-!.- s. ::. l:::! X.E.
SSnd Av< .. X.JI.i:.
WKISMA.V William. 7. IMS Km lid
Ave., M B. Riv. i.-ide.
VVOI I\ U lltlam, M, R024 Hardina
Ave., M li Gordon.
\> TAIAN. I'Ui.l. ii", 7430 8 W. n_i,.i
si. Riverside.
amk.vt. Hymnn, to, 1502 Jefferson
Ave., .M.r. Riverside.
I'i- i v > \. Molly, Mi, Miami Beach.
Riverside-.
I'Im'|||;i:i.\. Morns. 62, SOIE N \V
W3rd Ter X.M.t:. Riverside.
Ter., N..M P.. Riverside.
GI.t'CROKT, May. 7-. 023 Collins
Ave.; Bal Harbour. I evitt.
Ki i-.i.Mac'r. Mary. I'a.." x.k. Third
1.1. Klvh.-?
i,ETIXK, v..-tt>. <;\. 2461 s \v. 17th
si. Riverside
Alll.oi'l'. Henry, 41. 4024 N.W 88th
Ter., I'i. Lauderduie. Riverside, In-
i.'in, hi Temple Beth El
aisti.v. In James 8., Ti. I860 West
.\\,-., M.H Riverside.
FEINSTEIN
flail. :t:i i.f .".in \v. 50 si passed
away Friday. Cam,' lun- In yean
K" from I..I.. N.V She was an
active member of North Shore
Group for Retarded, She was a
Voting. Patroness of the Greater
Miami Opera Guild, Member of T,ni-
ple It, th Bholora ami Us Slsteri......I.
B'nai ii'riiti Ui.in. ii. Tti,- Women's
Group <<( Brandels t*niverslty. Sur-
vived by husband Rails, son Michael,
.laughter Vlekl Joy, parents Mr.
ami Mrs. i.,,uis Rosenthal, brothers
rhester Ross ami Murray Ross ,>i
UI., .\.v Services were held Bun-
day ai Riverside Chanel Alton Road
Interment Mi. .Who Cemetery
~~
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORin* in' oaOBATE
No. 74880-A
in RE: Estate ol
AI.IIKI'.T A. IM>KX
I >.-,..
XOTICH <>1" INTEXTION TO MAKH
APPI.IC.VI i"\ FOR DIKTHIBI'TION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herab) given thai we
have Hied our Final Report a id Pe-
tition for Distribution ami P*inai Dis-
charge a- Executor* of in- estate of
AI.BMRT a i>iix. deceased: ami
that on ih,. it day of August, 1*7,
will apply to ihe Honorable County
fudges of bade County, Worlds, for
innrovai of said Final Report ami for
distribution ami final dlsctiatfre as
Executors of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 26 day of
June. !!'>.
Tin: miami in:.veil
I'MtST .NATIONAL RANK
By: BAXFORD l:. PIERCE
Trust O........
ANNA M. DORN
SPARtlER. KOSKrN AN;.
HEn.RRONNER. I'.A
W tonieyx
t"" Xn Bli i !. Boulevard
Miami, PIol I
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70-A-367
XOTH'E IS HEREBY OIVFN .1 .
THE CoUiny Tax Sal,. I'irtili, an- No
issui-il ihe tsi day or Juno, a i>
han filed name in my office, :.
made application for a tax deed
iKxunl Inereon, Said Certlficati ,.,
brace* the following dcwcrlbed tu..."
erty in the Count) of Dade Slaii '.i
Florida, to-wit:
I...1 1; Block 68, I in,1.in City s.-.
H. ciai Booh It Page HI, SeetIon 17
Toi,nshi|> .".ii South. Range 4'i Bum'
containing .t? acres more or lem.'
in the Count) of Dnde, Stute oi
Florida
Tin* assfssni,-nl of said pron, -y
Under th- saiil certificate was in |).^
name of: uii.I.ia.m waikioii.
1'ni--.- mid certificate Khali t.
!- imii accorlliiK i" law, the property
denoribed herein win be wild t :;i-
hhfhesi bidder for cfum at tho C>un.
iious,- door on thi* tirst Monda) i~
ih.- month of \n.....i 1 mi, whi.'h n
Hi, Snl day of aukuni. IWO.
I'auit this sth day of June, wto
1:1: i.i;athki!.man,
Clerit of Circuit Court,
1 Mil,- County, Florida.
By p. i'. ifi.osTi:.\Ni.. i> c
Circuit Court Seal
T.3-IH-17 ;|
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOB TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 369
NOTICE 18 HEimtiY QIVEN that
THEODORA l_\/..\l:cs holder ..(
County Tax Sal,- 1 Vrlilicaic No. tl|]
issuiil the Jsi day ,,f June. A.l>. I66,
has filed name In my office, and 1-....
1 made applloatlon for ;i tax dead u ,,c
issu, -d Ih, 1. on. Said C, llil i.a I c uro-
1 braces ihe following described pr..;,.
erty in the CuUUt) of Dad.. Slai.
Florida, lowll:
l.oi it; Block 7.",. Lincoln City s.-,
II. Plat Book 4i; Page l in the
County of Dadc, Btaie ol Florida
The assessim.'iii ol said propel '
under the said certificate tvas in 11
name id': (IEOROE \\ BROWN ik
^^ i:i'Ni:t.i.
( ui. ss said certificate shall be r.-
deemed nci-ordlng to law, the pj
ert) di-Hcrlbed liereln ulll be sold ,
Ihe hlghcHl bidder for caali ur 1!
Courthouee door on the first Monti
in Hi. month of Augunl, 1970, srnii
Ih Ho 3rd day of August, 1070.
Dated this 2Rth dnynfJune, Itrfo.
K B, I.KVTIIKKMAN.
Clerk of CIrcuil Court,
1 Hide County, Florida
Ry P.F. Cll DSTRAND, He
in. nil Court Seal
: S-1o.1T-;'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMR I W
NfiTICK IS HEHEBY GIVEN' that
1I0- undersigned, desiring Lo engage
in business under the fidltiouy num-.
of TROPrC-AlRB c.p MIAMI at 7610
B.W. 16th Terrnoe. Miami. IToi id >
Intends to register said name with
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court" o'
I'ade County, Florida.
TROPTC-AIKR OF MIAMI
By Wiittrr w. Bailey
SHIItlEY 'WOOI.F
Attorney for Walter Bailey d/b/a
Troplc-AIre of Miami
IL'a I im-i.ln Road
Miami Beach,
Florida ::::i2*>
7 :: -10 -1 t 1
notice of application
for tax deed
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 370
VOTICK IS HERRIIY fHVRN t'hi
THH<.|iii|:.\ I AZAItl'S holder
c unty Tax Rale Certificate No. 1.v
Ihsui-jI the 1st (iny ,,r June, A D 1
has Hint satin- In my office, and h
m ide application for n ton d< d 1
'' :> 111 then m s lid 1 rMflem
mbraces thi fo lowli de hi
'".......:'} in the County of Dade, Btal
oi Florida, lu-v. 11
Ixd II Block r.. l.inioli, pity Se
A, Plnl Book 46 Page 88, s,. 1
IJ, Township Sti South, Range 1
Bast,......ainttm 17 ni n m- '"' le* in the County ol Daife
State of Florida
Tin a.--,-sni. ui of said prapeH
under the said ccrtiflcatt- was \v il
name ol JOHN X. THOMPSON
, ''":' ......rtificatv shall hi r.
"eemed ac. 10 law, th, rn'
erty .li 1 ii ,1 herein will be sold
the highest bldd r for caah at th
Coiirihou..,. door o,, the first Mond ,\
the in.....h r August, 1870, H I
the 3rd day of Aumifit, l!'7".
lined this L!i|h d;iv of Juno l7fl
E B. I EATHRRMAN
1 "li rk of 1 ircu.i| Court,
1 >adi Count). Plorldn
B) P V ill'l DSTRAND DC
CIrculi Couri Ben I
7 ::-le.i: .1
NOTICE Or APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722A^ts of 1941
File No. 70 A 36"
4*4ViV/FnMy Me/Vexr/ssve/ ^FJ.
' ui 1 tin 1st da) of Ik.-, a I- i"
hai fill il mi mi In m> .. r i";. ... .,-,.i h
|" "' Bl'ld.lc: il .,1 for n lax deed 10 l>
Issued thereon Said Certificate
Ihi ti llnu tig d< cribed HI
" '!' Count) or Dad.-, St, K
v lorida, lo-w it;
I I" 12 niock 7S. I lmo|i| dtj Hi
II, I'lai Book IN Pai 'ii. s,,
.. Ti unship r.fi South. Rangi- 40
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icy. July 3. 1970
vJmisti ncrtdm^n
Page 15-B
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
. ncrmoul name law
Ltk-H 'S HBBBUY GIVEN .1.:,,
r ..~i..r..i dealrlng to engage
V" '. \,.',.i. m- fictltloua name
fc^ INCOME TAX 8BR-
I.1", -;i's W Venetian St.. Mira-
Tn,,rida S3029 intends u NlMrr
, ', wltji th. Clerk of the Or-
.SS "'TkCv.uim' Aaifco
i.v & brooks
1 (table* Kl.ri.i.. SJ1M
|ri'< r* f"r ,-.-,
VHI.K. A..,.fO :1_in_I7_,4
LEGAL NOTICE
Luminary certificate of
Corporate dissolution
In the name and by the
, authority of the
cTATE OF FLORIDA
L, ?>> WHOM THl*E PRE-
U-i'HiJ.COMB. GRBETINtIS:
F*.*.BARTON 8. I-OKI.I-.
t Florida; HKftSON HI.ATT.
Florida; JOSEPH H. MER-
I vii uiii Florida ni on the inn
I.'f julv A.I* I9G6 c-uuae to he
Lnnrated under tin' laws of the
t of Florida KINO SEAFOODS.
' ., ,,.n,..iniioi,. with its principal
, btislneM :it MIAMI. DADE
E\'TY In ihe State of FJprlda, and
,, t- -ii'ii I'oriionMlon did on ihe
,!.',' ,,f .11 \K. A.I). 1970, CMIM
, riled m H'. "ffii-o "t ">e s"'-
|n of Sial-' of in.' Suite of Klo-
' -,h,' tlooumi itarji authority re-
I under s- ti..n 008.27, Florida
lui.s. Rbowtng the dissolution of
orpomtlon.
therefore, the Secretary of
I, doei i" '''" certify to the lore-
[,. .,.,,1 |hal It* I" satisfied Iliilt
i,null-, in. iiis of tiie law have
romnlted with.
WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
L.|.,-, -. my hand mid have af-
[i ,i.,. i in i i Real "f lie Htate of
[;,!;, ri Tallahnwee. th- Capital.
.. TV i:\TY-KIFTII day of
B a, |p u-70
TOJI All VMS
Seen lary of State
7/3/70
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTIN
No. 70 11033
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SHARON I.KA FARRELL
Plaintiff,
THBRON C. FARRELL, III
Defendant
TO: Mil. THBRON C. FARRELL, III
<" Pram is Karris
36AI B Parkwood Drive
i ireenslH.rough, North Carolina
Vou, THBRON C, FARRE4 l..ill.
are hereby notified thai a Hill of
Complaint f"t Divorce has been filed
ugainsl jrou, and you arc required to
< iv.- a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complain) on the
r'latat|ff> attorney, MICHAEL s.
(JROSSMAN. 4Jii Lincoln Road. Suite
603, Miami Beach, Florida 33139 and
file ih.- prlirhial aimhi' or Pleading
in the office of th.- Clerk of (he
Circuit Court on or before Ihe 24ih
day ..f July, 1:>7I. If you fail to do s...
Judgment by default will be laken
againai you tor (He relief demanded In
the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall bo published once
each n ok for four ooneenjlKe weeks
in THE JEWISH FLf IRIDIAN.
BONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lStli day of June A.D.
1970.
B.B. MBATHRRMAN, Clerk
Circuit <""urt. Dad. County, Florida
By: DONALD TAPTENHAN
Deputy Clerk
n-ir.-uit Court Seal)
HnRSKOwrfz and orossman
4?fl Lincoln Road, Suite isna
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Auorney(s) for Plaintiff
>'. M, 7/3-10-17
LEGAL NOVICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICl
ire here-
'.nil lalnl
:.K:i i lls-t
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIV'L ACTION
No. /0-11680
SUIT FOR DIVOPCE
MARIAZELL II. BBRJHT5E2
Plaintiff,
\ a.
JORGE HDRMUDEZ,
Defendant.
i T< I: JO KGB BBRM I'DEZ
Defendant
48 south l'n.i stre< t
riizaliith. \ Vou. JOROE IIERMI'DEZ.
by notified thai a Hill of <
for Divorce has been filed
you, and you are required tt
copy ..r your Answer or Pleading to
ihe Kill of Complaint on the Plahi-
. tin's attorney, UAHOLD CEASE
ESQ.. S720 w.si I'lacl.r Street,
I Miami. Klorlda and file Ihe original
! Answer or Pleading in the Office nf
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the Till day ..f Anguxt.
, 1970. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against vou
I for the relief demanded in the Kill
, of C 'inplaint.
This notice shall be publish.-.1 once
each week for four rntlAecutlve
1 weeks in THK JEWISH l'l.< >l:ll'IAN
DOXE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, ibis 29th .lay of June a i>
i: K. I EATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Plorldn
By: C. P. COPE! and
Deputy Clerk
: (Circuit Courl Seal)
! HAIIOf.p CEASE. B8 2720 W "l Plagb r Street
; Miami, Florida 3.113."
Attornej for Plaintiff
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70.11716
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARIA ANTON IA LOPEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs
i:\l.M UNDO l.i IPBJZ,
Defendant.
TO: RAJML'NDt I \.< >PBZ
l".'-:. W. 2flth Strei i
Torrmi. California
rot) ARE IIEHEIIY notified thai
a Complaint r..r Divorce has i .n
filed against you. and you arc here-
by required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
LESTER RUGER8, whose address i-
14.14 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami Flo-
rida 19185, and fiio the original with
the Clerk of ihe ab.no styled Court,
on or before the Tib day of August ;
1979 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 89th day of June.
1970.
!: p.. uiatiikkmax
Clerk of i ircull Court
Bj : <'. p. I'OPEI.AM)
I leputy Clerk
7/3-10-17-24
[THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
1|N 4ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2383
F3ANK B. DOWLING
I., of
H K VI.MANSON
--------1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rH ami All Persons Hnv-
or Demands Against Said
i-i .:-. hereby notifi.-.l and r.'.piir-
presvlll an> i laims ami demands
ih you may have against the
i;1 TH K AI.M A\SO\" de-
,i late ... Had. County, Florida.
In Count; Judges of Dade Coun-
ui ii fill- ih.' Kama In duplicate
as provided In Section 733.19,
I .la Statutes, in their officea in
(Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
l''l..r:t|,i. within six calendar
fcii:s fi-.in the time of the first
f!.'..ii..ii hereof, or the same will
I
i ,.i Miami. Florida, this 2.'.th
I lull. VI'. 1970.
Pill l.l IS K I BFPLBR
As Executrix
first imi'ii..nion of this notice on
"rd .l.iv of July. 1970
ptNBTT ROTH
1 for I -\. .'Utrix
I.in.-('li, Hoad,
: 3-10-17-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE OF PROBATE
No. 70-1211
Dowling
In RE: Estate of
JACOB GORKIN
i ,.'. n .1
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SARD DECE-
DENT.
v.u are hereby notified thai a
written Instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of sail
decedenl has been admitted to pro-
bat.- In said Court. You are hereby
commanded within months from the dun of the first
publication of this notice to appear
in '..id Court ami show cause, if any
you can, why the action of Raid Courl
in admitting said will to probate
should not stand unr. volud
First publication of this notice on
the 26th day of June, 1970
FRANK K. DOWLING
County Judge
By: MELBA C DICK
Clerk
RICHARD AL- (5ROSS
JERRY V Glioss
S08 Lincoln Road
Miami K.a.h, Florida rt:'.ir.9
At torney
r, !>.. : -Mo.17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' notice is hereby given i
tin- ti'idi'i-sii:ii.'d. desiring to cng
i in business und. r tin- fictitious
of I.VNVS FASHIONS a! !4"l \
17'b Amu, .Miami. Florida. S3I2.1
tends to register said name with
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court of D
County, Florida.
WILLIAM F. PARKER
1434 N.W. 17th Avenue
Mi mil. Florida 3312S
ARTHl'R W. KARLICK
Attoi n. \ for Applicant
; 19-20 7 :;
ha i
age
m.
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in-
llo-
id.-
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREKY GIVEN that
the underslmied, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IKItloIUi'o SIBMPRE- at 708 Con-
gress Building, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the]
Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida j
Armando Run ''''. \-'.',
Jose Gamallo 33 :::: :
Raul P.. i diva 33.831
.; 26 7 3-10-17 :
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11791
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN I.. CROMARTTB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ICHMA PAUL CROMARTIB,
I i.-f. n.liint.
In: ERMA PAUL CROMARTIB
. >. Grant's Town Post Uffice
Nassau, Bahamas
You. ERMA PAUL CROMARTIB,
are hereby notified that an Action
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you ore required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
i" th. Action on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, SOL Al EXANDER 19 VV. Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida Phone:
377-0433 and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Clrculi Court on or be-
fore the 3rd daj of August, 1970. if
you fail in do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken agalnsl you for
the relief demnnded In the Kill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'l OrMDIAN.
I" >NB AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of June A.D.
1970,
i:.K LEATHERMAN, Clt rk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
i:> C GOODMAN
Di-puty < ierk
(Circuit Court Si al)
7 I 10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUbTTjIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 69-19945
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELIZABETH EISBN,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
RICHARD EBSEN,
11. fendant.
TO: RICHARD BISEN
11625 Lockwood Drive
Silver Spring,
Maryland 211904
You. RICHARD BISEN, are hei -
by notified that a Kill of Complai
for Divorce lias been filed aan11
you, and ,\ ou are r..|uii.d to s. \.
copy of your Answer or Pleading
the Kill of ComtilaUt on th< PlaTntifi
attorney. A. JAY CRISTOL of CRI
TO|.. HOSE *i ALDRICH, 21 .Von
east First Av,-., Miami. Florida, n
file tin- original Answer or Pleaoina
the. office of the Clerk of Ihe Clrcu r
Court on or h. fur.- ib. 31st da)
July. 1 !<7<. If you fail to do so, jiu1.
in. at by defauli will be tali, n hgall
you for the relief demanded in
Kill Of I "niiilaint.
This notice shall he published on a
each week for four consecutive we.
in THK JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
Florida, this SOU) day of June A
1970.
K.K.I.F.ATMFRMAV. ClerR,
Clrculi Court, Dade County, Florid
I ly : t'. i loo.linan
I leputy i T.irk
iCir.uil Courl Seal)
A JAY CRISTOL
CR18TOL, Rose & ALDRICH
21 Noribeasi First Avenue
Miami. Florida 93191
Attorni y for Plaintiff
7 3-10-17- I
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-11652
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\-\ i PKATT,
h
VETEVA WBI8NBR PKATT.
int.
M.l IS VETKVA
W EISNER PRATT
' I nknow n
ill. \HT!S VETEVA UICISM-M:
vi'" i.r.. h'reby notified that a
? Dlvop e has baeyt fii-.l
i. and Mil are Requlo fl
rve :i copy of your Answer or
the Complaint for Hi-
on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
i IN ii. CHRISTIE. -s West
i.r Street, .Miami. Florida, and
the orli i'l.-ii Answer or Plead-
J "? '' "r Ihe Cbrk of Hie
|int Court on or before the 7th
"f August, in7". If vou fail
. in.lament, by default will
[taKen against you for the relief
|uaded in the Complaint for 1)1-
notlc* shall Iw nnjtllahea once
P <* tor four conmcutive weeks
piiF. JKWISH FTAHilDfAN
PNh AND ORDERED at Miami,
tounty, Florida, this 29th day
lure. 1979.
1 11 H I KAT1IKPMAN, Clerk
pir.uii .-..iirt, nude County, Fla.
By: c. p COPBI-AND
Ii. puty |l^ <: CHRISTIE
Irr.ey fr Plaintiff
Test Plagler Street
f. Florida
7/3-10-17-24
|rc^.(ilR.CUIT COURT OF THE
l-fYENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IOF FLORIDA |N AND FOR
!.,_ DADF COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 70-11202
_UJ>BCHLB
Bntiff,
I vs.
JAY 8CHXBT
indant.
iJ"N:A JAV 8CHLBT, real-
-i. North HutehlDKon Street,
''2':'- p"l'"-. 19141 are required
your answer to the Complaint
ivocce with the clerk of the
< oun and nerve a eopy there-
in HERMAE COHeS: Esq.,
I^,/'"" .Plaintiff, i3in.li Con-
V^'E'-Maml Florida. 3:1132 on
in,'' Jo.'y, 27lh' 1!,T0- Or else
ii will be token as confessed.
m. June 22nd, 1970.
|E.a LEATHERMAN
'''k of the Cln-ult Court
"JUy: C.P.COPELAND
D. puiy Clerk
0/28. 7/3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No.70-11177
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDWARD F. SMITH.
Plaintiff,
vs.
1M.KOTHY SMITH.
Defendant.
To: Dorothy Smith
1.121 Richmond Hwy.
Richmond, Virginia
You. iMiltiiTHY SMITH, are here-
by notified thai a Kill of Complaint
for Divorce has bet n filed against
you, and you are required i" serve n
cony of your Answer or pleading to
tin Kill of Complaint .-a the Plaintiff's
attorney, RORERT H kikns. BSg.,
350 Lincoln Rd., .Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and file ihe orkfinal Vtinwer or
pleading In the office of the Circuit
Court on or before the -7th day of
July. 1970. If you fall t i do o, Judg-
ment by default will b< t ken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Kill .r Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORHRAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of June A.D
1970.
a I".. LEATHERMAN, Cli rk
Cln uii Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clt rk
fCln-ult Court Seal)
KOKKKT H. lll'RNS, ESQl'IRB
3S0 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, l'loruhi
Attorney for Plaintiff
ft "26. 7.3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY G4YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
I in business under the fictitious name
i of WOHL STl'DIO APARTMENTS
at -<.". Kay Drive. Miami Ke.-ich, Had.
County, Florida Intend to register
said name with the Cbrk of the
Cir.-uit Court of Dodo I'ounty. Flor-
MORRIS BVBIN and
PAI'l. DJNATALB
inu'; Owners
RICHARD tk CROSS
tin.', Liui-ohi Road
.Miami Reach, Florida
Aiiorney(s) for Morris Stein
and Paul Hir.atale
lly JERRY A OROSS
'l9-2rt 7 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN that
th. und..-riiigued, daalrJog to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WALL BUILDING at numb.r It"")
S.W. 3 Avenue, in the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Cbrk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County. Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of June 1H70.
HERBERT WALL
HERBERT WALL Eau,
Attorney for Applicant
1900 S"W. 3rd Ave.
Miami, Fla. 33129
6/26 7/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 70-11188
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIDITH JO-ANN CONTE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRAXCia JOSEPH CONTE
Defendant.
in: FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTE
IMS Prosperity Drive
Salt Lake City,
I' uli M118
You. FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTE,
hereby notified that a Kill ..f ]
I Complaint for Divorce has b. en filed]
against you. and you are required to
Kcrvi a copy of your .Vnsw,-r or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Conn.taint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN, :'.7:;7 S.W. Bth Btreet.
-in. 109 Miami, Florida 13194 and
file ihe original Answer or Pleading
in the office of ihe Clerk of Ihe Clr-
culi Courl on or before the S7th daj
of .iui>, 1970. if you fnll i" do so,
ludgmenl by default will be taken
ilnsl you for. the relief demanded
' in th" Kill of Comnlalnt.
Thi* notice Khali I" published once
'ea.h we.U for tour consecutive weeks
, in THE JEM ISH Fl.oRil'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2!iid day of June A D,
1970.
K.K. I.KATIIKKMAN
Circuit Courl, Dade County, Florida
I'.j : i- p i-i IPE1 VND
11. puty Clerk
ii 'ircull Courl Si nil
, MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
3737 S.W.Mb Street,
I Suite 109
I .Miami, Florida 33134
; 26, 7 :-.-ti>-l7
________________
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION No 70-11401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EVOENE VATE8
Plaintiff,
MAPLE TATES
Defendant.
TO: MAPLE TATES
Route No.l
Finleysoii. Georgia
You, MAPLE YATBS. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce 1111.1 0.1 n filed agalnal you,
.-in.l you are re.iuir. .1 lo Si iv. a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. DHOBNE lf.mi.ich. 2720
W. Flakier St.. Miami. Florida 3313.".
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
day of July. 1970. If yoh fall to do so,
judgment bj default will be laken
ataiost you fol Ihe relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint
IX INK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th daj of June A.D.
!97Ui
K II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, I'..'* i-i.un:\. Florida
By: SlAROCERITE KENT
I leuutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BUGENE IjEMLICH
l'7^"0 \v. Plagler St.
Miami. Fl. 3313.'.
Attorney for Plaintiff
C/M 7,3-11-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Ui engage
in business un.l.-r the fictitious name
..f RANDEL at .;"". Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach, Florida (Dade Coun'vt
Intends to register said name with
-in Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
Dade County, Florida.
DEL RANCHO ENTERPRISES,
INC
Kv Jerome Rader, President
RICHARD \- CROSS
He:. Lincoln Road,
Attorney for
DEL RANCHO ENTERPRISES
Miami Beach, Florida
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 8684
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JOSEPHINE VINCENT,
Plaintiff.
\ -.
RICHARD VINCENT,
11. fi -.. iii.
TO: RICHARD VINCENT
7_" Sountlun Avenue
I ..- And les, California
YOP ARE HEREBY notified il
a Complal'nl for Divorce has b<
fil.-.l ng; lust vou, and you are he I
by required to serve a eopy of yot
answer or other pleading lo II
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorn.
LESTER ROGERS, whose addrexs
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Fl
ri.la ::::i:'".. and file Ihi original wl
tin- Clerk .a ih. above styled Coui
.... or before Ihe 7th day of Au.un
1970 or a Default will be i ni
an.nil-" > u.
DATED this 29th day of Ju
1970
B, 11 LEATHERMAN
i 11 ..I ih. Circuit Court
ly: C P. COPBLAND
I a puty Clerk
7 S-lO-17-21
^uncralVfaipel
Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors .v >n.
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ome
373-5533
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