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

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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE WISH WEEKLY
lame 43 Number 29
Miami, Florida Friday July 17, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
NO OFFICIAL CONFIRMATION
U. S. Quietly Sending Jets To Israel?
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Nixon Administration is said to
[be quietly sending additional
Phantom jet fighter-bombers to
Israel in quantities greater than
the number that would normally
be delivered under the 1968 con-
tract with the administration of
former President Lyndon B.
Johnson.
There is a growing belief here
that the President, seriously
concerned over the mounting
I Soviet military threat, is replac-
I ing Israel's combat losses in a
manner that gives the United
States a free handwithout
delivery quotas and time-tables
and. most important, without
publicity. Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph J. Sisco refused to
comment, however, on a report
abng that line published in the
Newsweek magazine.
In a television interview, Mr.
sisiu said that White lions.- and
State Department officials have
agreed not to comment on spec-
ulative storieseven at the risk
of misinformation appearing in
print. High l.S. officials said
the Newsweek report was "sub-
stantially inaccurate," but would
not say which portions of it
were accurate.
Newsweck's Pentagon corre-
spondent Lloyd Norman report-
ed that President Nixon secretly
ordered the Pentagon to rush a
shipment of F-4E Phantom jets
and highly classified electronic
equipment to Israel's Air Force.
According to Mr. Norman, the
President agreed to supply a
total of eight Phantoms this
month two already promised
under existing contract and six
more which had In-en earmarked
for the U.S. Air Force. Under
U. S. Sympathetic
To Israel's Plight
JERUSALEM (JTA Israel
re:x>rtcdly received new assur-
tneea from the Nixon Adminis-
tration last week that the threat
ta Israel's security stemming
from the Soviet missile support
>: Egypt at the critical Suez
Canal zone of battle is under-
- i id.
Defense Secretary M"lvin
Laird confirmed Israeli reports
of SAM-3 activity in Egypt,
which Cairo spokesmen had de-
nounced as "a desperate at-
tempt" to preserve the "myth"
of Israeli air supremacy. Re-
ports of Israeli consideration of
a major strike across the Suez
Canal to wipe out the growing
phalanx of SAM-2 and SAM-3
anti-aircraft missiles were vir-
tually confirmed when Israeli
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin told
newsmen that Israeli mainten-
ance of "freedom of activities"
in the combat zone was "essen-
tial."
The Nixon Administration was
understood to be sympathetic to
Israel's immediate plight. It
was also put on the spot in light
Of its recent re-emphasis of its
commitment to Israeli security.
On July 1, President Nixon as-
serted on nationwide television
that the United States would "do
what is necessary to maintain
Israel's strength in order to
deter its neighbors from attack-
ing." This week. Secretary
Laird stated: "We are going to
maintain a strategic and mili-
tary balance. We have said we
would, and we will deliver."
The question for the United
States appeared to be whether
to sell Israel the additional air-
craft Israel seeks as essential
to avoid a defensive Israeli re-
taliation. (When Israel made
such a move in June, 1967, under
ithe shadow of an Egyptian
military buildup along the bor-
ders, it triggered the Six-Day
War.)
U. S. anxiety over the onrush
Continued cm Pag* 9-A
its contract with the Johnson
Administration, Israel received
the first of its 50 Phantoms last
September and deliveries have
continued at the rate of four a
monthwhich should bring the
total delivered so far to about
40. Deliveries are to be complete
by the end of the year.
According to the Newsweek
article, the United States has
sent Israel 130 sets of top-secret
electronic gear for installation
in its warplanes. The device is
said to warn pilots that they
have been detected by enemy
radar and send out jamming
signals to throw the enemy's
radar-guided missiles off-target.
Sources who gave credence to
the Newsweek report cited the
statement made by Secretary of
State William P. Rogers last
March that the United States
would provide Israel with re-
placement aircraft promptly "if
the situation requires it." In ef-
fect, a situation which threaten-
ed Israel's command of the air
over the Suez Canal zone and
reversed the present power bal-
ance in the Middle East would
require American aid.
Israel claimed the balance of
power was affected months ago
when Soviet Russia brought its
new SAM-3 nnti-aircraft mis-
siles into Egypt and sent Soviet
pilots on operational missions
in Egyptian MIGs. But the U.S.
diplomats insisted the SAM-3s
were defensive weapons, as long
as they were deployed deep in-
side Egypt to protect the Nile
Delta, Cairo and the Aswan
Hibh Dam. Since, the end of
June, however, SAM-3 batteries
have been moved closer to the
canal zone in support of SAM-2
missiles, according to Israeli in-
telligence reports.
One source said the United
States is gauging its deliveries
of aircraft to Israel by Egyptian
response to American diplomatic
initiatives for a Mideast settle-
ment. The deliveries will con-
tinue while Cairo remains in-
transigent, the sources said, but
can be halted if Egypt responds
to peace overtures.
The build-up of the Soviet
missile defense system near the
Suez Canal is easily observed
by U.S. space satellites. An au-
thoritative diplomatic source in
Jerusalem pointed out that the
key factor in current diplomatic
activity over the Middle East is
the Israel Air Force's effort to
prevent the expansion of the
Soviet-Egyptian missile network
in the canal zone.
Israeli Planes Pound
Egypt's Rocket Sites
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
Air Force jets struck twice Sun-
day at Egyptian targets In the
Suez Canal zone and at guerrilla
bases in Jordan where attacks
on Beisan Valley settlements
had originated. Military spokes-
men said all aircraft had re-
turned safely.
An Israeli Army unit pene-
trated more than half u mile
into Jordanian territory early
Monday to destroy the Taibch
defense post two miles southeast
of the Israeli town of Yardena.
An Israeli spokesman said the
Taiheh outpost has been aiding
Jordanian terrorists in their
raids on civilian settlements.
Egyptian positions were also
pounded from the air Saturday.
Targets included artillery and
mortar emplacements, and in-
fantry bunkers all along the
waterway. Egyptian forces had
reportedly stepped up their ar-
tillery attacks along the canal
during the previous days.
On Friday, Israeli jets shot
down three Egyptian MIG-21S
in a tfogfight in the northern
section of the canal zone with-
out losing any of their planes.
Three Israeli civilians were
injured in the attacks from Leb-
anese territory, and the blasts
damaged several apartments in
Kiryat Shemonch. Katyusha
lockets fired at nearby Beth
Hillel set fire to vegetation but
there were no casualties.
Cairo claimed that Egyptian
commandos had made their first
strike across the Suez Canal In
a month, raiding the Israeli-
OCCOptod Sinai Peninsula and in-
flicting "'heavy loss of life," but
Israeli spokesmen denied it. Th*
Cairo report also said 36 Israeli
planes had struck Egyptian mis-
sile sites along the canal.
Police announced that several
suspects have been detained fol-
lowing an explosion which In-
jured two women slightly Sat-
Continued on Paaa 6-A
Eban Proposes Informal
Representative Meeting
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Construction Begins On
Apartments For Aged
DENVER, Colo. (JTA) -Con-
struction has been started on a
federally-financed 14-story, 146-
unit air-conditioned apartment
project for the elderly sponsored
by the Allied Jewish Community
Council of Denver. The Allied
Jewish Council Apartments is
the first such project for the
community council, according to
Geiald A It man, president.
Funds for the $2.3 million
project were secured through a
130rr, 40 year loan from the
Federal Housing Administration,
Nathan Rosenberg, executive
vice president, reported. He said
some 150 applications for ac-
commodations in the project, to
be ready for occupancy in Oc-
tober. 1971, have already been
received, and added that since
the apartments will be handled
on a non-sectarian basis, there
is no way to determine the num-
ber of Jews who will eventually
live in the apartments.
Mr. Altman said the project
was the culmination of three
yean of work by the AJOC to
fill the elderly Denver residents'
acute need for housing. A series
of studies on the needs of the
senior citizens was made by the
agency's Aged Council.
The project is intended to sup-
ply decent housing at low cost
and to provide facilities for
group living for individuals of
approximately the same age. In
compliance with government re-
quirements, about 20*;; of the
space in the project has been
allocated for recreational pur-
poses.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dur-
ing a lengthy political state-
ment to the Knesset Monday.
Foreign Minister Aba Eban out-
lined in detail Israel's principles
for a peaceful settlement of the
Middle East dispute and pro-
posed that Israeli and Egyptian
representatives meet informally
to lay the groundwork for "ef-
fective and realistic negotiations
without which there can be
no thawing of any international
conflict."
Mr. Eban emphasized that the
establishment of peace frontiers
with Israel's neighbors is "open
to negotiation and is not a ques-
tion that has already been de-
cided." Israel has made it clear
on many occasions, he said, that
any question, without exception,
may be raised at peace talks. He
indicated that Israel still holds
the view that withdrawal from
occupied Arab territories can
only come about as part of a
peace settlement.
Mr. Eban accused the Soviet
Union of preventing peace. It is
doubtful if the Six-Day War
would have erupted without th*
support and encouragement of
the Soviet Union, he said, and
declared that even today there
would be a chance of a more
moderate Arab attitude were it
not for Soviet policy.

Ill
HOWITZERS LOADED
ON ISRAELI VESSEL
CLEVELAND (JTA)
Two dozen 25-ton, self-pro-
pelled howitzers made in the
Brook Park suburb by Gen-
?ral Motors were loaded this
week onto the Israeli freight-
er "Etros." The M-109s,
which fire 155-mm. shells
and carry .50 caliber machine
guns were said to be part
of the 1969 U.S.-Israeli pact,
I and were unofficially valued
at $3.4 million. The loading
was carried out under secu-
rity conditions.
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Friday. Jury 17. 1970
Emanu-El Announces
Rabbi's Appointment
S.imiwl Friedland. chairnvin of
ih. Ix>ard. arnl Hairy Poarlm in.
jj.-Mikiit of Temple h:iianu-EI,
hive ;nnouneoit the appointment
of RaW)i Gilbeit Kollin as AisJbV-
i nit r.aii>i Rabbi Kollin who will assist Or.
] King Uhrman, the- Temple's ~ i
lor r '*>.. copies to Miami from
Beltevue. Wash., where he has.
Israel Bond Drive's
20th Anniversary
Conference Set :
JERUSALEM rmnire-i'sary conference of the Is-
i id Bond drive will be held in
Jerusalem Aua. 14-28. Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir, announced
this wank.
U. S. Bond Drive chairman Sum
Ilothlx r% told the press that more
than $1.5 billion wmth of bonds
have been sold throughout the
world during the past 20 years.,
la the fii-st six months of 'his
>car sales reached1 ?*>* million..
more than 18'- higher than 1. si
year. By the end of the year it is ;
hoped that about S2C0 million will
have been sold.
Mr. Rothberg said so for 1700
million has been redeemed. Of.
this, m me $60 million was spent by
touriats >>> lavael, $140 million was
gtveq as Rifts to the Jewish
Agency and other institutions in
Israel and $115 million was con-1
verted into Israeli pounds and in-.
vested in local industries.
served congregation Ner Timid'
since 1987. A cum Uiude Brooklyn
eottege gradua'e anil a graduate oi,
The Jewish Ideological Seminar}
of America, he served as an Air
Forci- chaplain in Ankara. Turkej
before entering the active rabbi-
nate
Rabbi Kollin's responsibility in,
Miami will eapecteMjp empAastit-j
the temple's expanding youth and
ducational programs. His wide ex-
periences with young people m,
camping. United Synagogue Youth,
ind on college campuses, have pre-
pared him for this highly specializ-
d work.
Although he will not arrive until
Aug. 15. his advance planning is>
already in progress and many in-,
novations will be made during the i
i ill term of The Lehrman Day j
School, and the Temple reUgkHM
school as well as its youth activi-
ties program under his direction.
Working with Rabbi Kollin will
)yo tbe newly-appointed chairman I
of the Youth Commission, Dr.
Theodore R. Stnihl. educational'
director Meyer Silvennan and
youth director Itam.tr Kleinbcrger.
Rabbi Kollin, his wife. Tone and
their three children will arrive in I
Miami during the first week in i
August.
6i!boa Named Dean
Of Consular Corps
The Hon. M .-he GlfDoa, Consul
General to the So tihe I'll Si tea
of the United States of America,
was confirmed ;>. Dan of the
Consular Corns of Atlanta duriny
its last minting. He will replace
the Honorable British Consul Gen-
eral Sydney H. ArusU-y. who has
retired and is returning to Lon-
don.
The Dean of the Consular Corps,
usually a caret r Consul General,
presides over all meetings and ac-
HvMes of the Consular Con**, rep-
resents the Corps at all official
functions, and serves as its highest
representative on all official occa-
sions. Atlanta's Consular Corps in-
< ludes official representatives from
29 countries, among them career
Diplomats, honorary Consuls and
accredited commercial attaches.
Moshe Gilboa. who has been in
Israel's Civil Service for 12 years.
served in the department for In-
ternational Cooperation of Israel.
and in this capacity was on mis-
sions to Asian, African and Latin
American countries, and was re-
sponsible for planning, negotiat-
ing, and fulfilling many projects.
He also represented Israel in In-
ternational conferences in the
United States. Europe, and Africa
and devoted his efforts to the pro-
motion of International coopera-
tion.
Presidents Club Installs
Newly elected officers will be
installed at tbe meeting of the
Presidents Club Sunday at 10 a.m.
in the Cliailemarle Room of the
Deauville Hotel. They include
Shepard W. Davis, president; Irv-
ing Cypers and Nate Weinstock,
\ice presidents; Sol Shaye, treas-
urer; Sam Pascoe. recording sec-
retary; Henry Glaser. correspond-
ing secretary; George Kotin. par-
liamentarian, and Louis Salter.
sergeant-at-arms.
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Friday. Mfe 17. 1970
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"B^flfcSholom Appoints New
ReRjj*ious School Director
Tii Kat/irt. president of the eott-
eivgati-" at Temple Beth Sholom.
has announced the appointment of
MAURY SCHWARTZ
Odaury:Schwartz as its educational
director. Mr. Schwartz, who has
i(ii full time director of educa-
tion at Temple B'nai Jchudah,
KansaB City, Mo., since 19C2. will
devote his time to Temple Beth
Sholom'8 Riligious School, which
lie will serve us administrator.
Mr. Schwartz received his B.A.
degree from Washington Univer-
sity, St. Louis, Mo., in 1949. and
holds a Master"s degree in Social
Work from George Warren Brown
School of Social Work. St. Louis,
which he was awarded two years
Inter. Mr. Schwartz, who received
his religious and Hebrew educa-
tion in St. Louis, has taken addi-
tional courses at Columbia Uni-
versity towards his doctoral de-
gree.
Mr. Schwartz is a member of
executive committee of the Na-
tional Association of Temple Edu-
cators (UAHC) and a member of
the National Board of Teacher
Certification on Jewish Kducation
at the UAHC. He has been on the
board of ('inctors of the Univer-
sity of Missouri's Family Study
C'i nter, a member of the Gover-
nor's Conference on Children and
Youth of Missouri, Association for
Social Welfare and a board mom-
her of Greater Kansas City's
Planned Parenthood Association.
Before becoming associated with
Hie temple in Kansas City, Mr.
Schvyartz was director of educa-
tion S~HSmple Israel in Omaha.
Neb., for. six years. He was an
insUyeiS ini" the University of
OmaJJ^ Deuitrtmcnt of Sociology
fronr:J857-55>.: He has served as
camp director of the Jewish Wel-
.arc Association Camp and as staff
:icmhcr and counselor in a Boston
.amp for disturbed children.
ltabbi Leon Kronish. Dr. Solo-
uon Lichter and Mrs. David Mil-
ler, cochaiimcn of the temple's
-chool board, have spent several
lays with Mr. Schwartz in the
.(examination and rccvaluation of
he curriculum. Many new ideas
will be incorporated in the plans
for the school, which will be final-
ized before- it reopens in Sep-
tember.
Mr. Schwartz and his wife, Es-
elle, are the parents of four
children. David, the youngest, is
10; Judith is 11, Deborah. 13, ami
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to an announcement made by Mrs.
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The check was turned over to
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efforts in behalf of the building
fund.
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Middle Kast continues. United Bias Service, the worldwide
.Jewish migration agency has reported. The arrival of 127 Immi-
grants during the first week in July, aboard two charter flights
to Kennedy Airport was announced, as well as smaller numbers
arriving on other planes during the seven-day period, including
a couple from the Soviet Union coming to join their son.
These newsomero are being resettled, with the cooperation of
local family agencies, in a score of communities tluoughout the
United States, including Miami.
Harold Friedman, president of United Hias Service, reported
that heightened demands for migration aid result from political
unrest In Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Gaynor I. Jacobson, executive vice president, estimates that
6,403 Jewish refugees and migrants will be assisted by the
agency this year, including 3,000 in the United States.

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13 TAMjZ
Shaky Crown Slipping
T-.e crown thai rests shakily on the heed of the
,zrz~- monarch has once again slipped perceptibly with
the reported peace agreement between Hussein and Pales-
tine guerrilla leaders. In return for agreeing to abandon
their operational bases in the capital of Amman, the
guerrillas got Hussein's carte blanche approval to launch
raids on Israeli farming settlements along the Jordan Riv-
er without notifying him in advance of their plans.
By steadily relinquishing what is left of his dwindling
rule. Hussein appears to have placed himself irrevocably
on the treadmill to oblivion. Instead of pursuing policies
that could lead to a legitimate peace with Israeland the
preservation of his kingdomHussein has let himself be
swept along by the frenzied war whoops of Nasser and El
Fatah. Yet. he must be aware that future Middle East zrps
as envisioned by his Arab "colleagues"completely
omit his Hasherr.ite monarchy.
Thus, in today's deadly version of Mideast roulette',
Hussein represents the only player who stands to lose
all by winning.
Reversing Dropout Trend
Few priorities stand higher todcv among American
Jewry than the need to involve its college students in the
interests and affairs of Judaism. The steady drift of these
students away from Jewish activities constitutes a deplor-
able brain drain that a vital Judaism can ill afford.
A first step toward reversing this dropout trend on
the University of Miami campus has been taken, we be-
lieve, with the recent decision by B'nai B'rith and the Jewish
Federation of Greater Miami to join forces in upgrading
and enriching the Hillel program. Appointed new Hillel
director was Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler, who lived in
Miami as a youth and recently returned from a teaching
position is Israel.
Rabbi Ringler. at age 29, faces no generation gap
whh the 4,000 or more Jewish students on campus. He is
and plans to remainin tune with their thinking and
ideals. With the aid of various Federation agencies, he
plans to initiate a number of new programs that promise
to stimulate student involvement in Hillel, and Judaism.
Those efforts deserve not only the good wishes of the
Miami Jewish community, but its wholehearted support
and cooperation.
Curtailment Would Be A Blow
Congressional review of the Cuban airlift will affect
the lives of an estimated 50 percent of the 2,000 Jews still
remcining in that island nation seme 90 miles off the coast
of PI Jtida. The wai'ing period for those wishing to leave
is now two to three years and, for many, that time may
never arrive. A large number ere already over 65 years of
age.
Life for these Jews is said to be no worse than that
-.: the average Cuban, with little or no discrimination be-
ise of the!.- : but it is not en easy one at best
tor be older pecpie who have no r.rr.sion riahts. Beca--.se
A States, embargo or. Cuba, no aid can come
from \-.is country. But assistance is being given bv Euro-
pean Jews and hope for emigration still exists. Curtail-
ment of the American refugee program would be a blow
to those who want "out" but, apparently, it is not a
serious Jewish problem.
Facts Shouldn't Be Overlooked
Much as we properly complain about the general
state of Jewish education in this country, we should not
overlook the fact that in the recent International Bible
Contest for Youth, Americans finished third and fourth
(two Israelis ahead of them). And that 20,000 young
American Jews in all participated in the competition from
Conservative, Reform and Orthodox schools.
By BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish community leaders in
a nurnber of cities are express-
ing ser.oi^ concern over drug
abuse by Jewish youth. The
problem has been discussed at
a closed meeting of leaders of
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, following
reports from 28 oammnrittee.
P. liable data about the ex-
r : niC abuse by Jewish
teenagers is not generally avail-
able 1 si f made by
the CJFWF states it is esti-
mated that in some schools, and
in some r -.oods. 80% or
of the Jewish youth may
tented with using
drugs at e or another
bul lo not continue. These are
classified as drug experiment-
ers." They try nee, twice,
or pessibiy a few times.
Then there are those who are
classified as "drug abuscrs."
ft the boys and girls
w-ho make regular and frequent
use of drugs and appear to be
in search for new drug sensa-
tions. They move from milder
to harder drugs and find them-
selves soon unable to keep up
with their responsibilities at
school, on the job. and at home.
Dr. Martin Greenberg. the
CJFWF research director, says
that it has been estimated that
Jews account for somewhere
between 5''. and 15'< in this
of drug users.
Dr ... addj 's'- constitute an-
other category. Their percent-
is relatively smail. Even in
the use of
rasa ."' 's is n
most
tute abo'it 3' leas of the
drug addicts. Altti 1 eh the com-
convinced tiiat
.i widespread use- of mari-
juana and other soft drugs, they
e that heroin addicts are
|i a among Jews.
The Jewish communities are
hard at work in combatting
drug abuses and discouraging
drug experimentation. Jewish
Federations and agencies are
now establishing new programs
to deal with drug use. and drug
addiction. The CJFWF will soon
convene leaders in the field to
provide further guides.
The J- wish youth centers in
the comi have taken
th: lead in developing educa-
tional programs on many as-
pects of drug abuse for teen-
,-.:- their parents and tcach-
eis. The Jewish Center in Buf-
falo is singled out as providing
a good example of a training
program for those working with
high school and college students.
J' wish Family Services in
Philadelphia. Pittsburgh, Cleve-
land. Miarru and other cities
have developed various pro-
grams for reaching teenagers as
well as counselling their par-
ents. In New York, the Jewish
family and child care agencies,
hospitals, and community cen-
ters have been reaching out
with new innovative services.
Baltimore is establishing two
parallel programs, both cen-
tered in its Jewish hospital, one
involving a network of Jewish
agencies, and the other non-
sectarian agencies which serve
Jews.
Atlanta. Denver. Seattle and
oth mounting centrally planned ser-
vices to deal with drug abuv*.
Community experience
plans arc being pooled by a
special CJFWF committee. In
Torento. the Jewish Family ar i
Child Service has achieved Ugh
results by instituting a Traili r
Project to reach drug users
with medical, legal and
advice. The client group v.
predominantly males between *
the ages of 16-19. The trailer
servicegiven in a 40-foot h
trailer -proved a great success.
It established contact with si
era I thousand drug users.
It is interesting to note thai
most of the Jewish teenaeers
experimenting with drugs come
from middle class and affluent
homes. Jewish youths from fam-
ilies with lower income do not
show inclination for using drugs.
An explanation is sought in
the fact that the boys and girls
coming from affluent homes
have more money to spend and
indulge in spending it on drug
experimentation. It is an estab-
lished fact that drug abuse rare-
ly occurs as a solitary pursuit.
There is social group influence
behind it. It is a group activity.
The group is the source of sup-
ply. The group provides the
companions in using the drug.
Together they enjoy the current
"seance." plan future one, and
give recognition to each others
new ventures in drug use. They
are fiercely loyal in the event
of trouble, such as encounters
with the police, fights with the
Continued on Pig* 13-A
EDITORS NOTE: Edward Cohen in on a shortand what he calls
W*ll-deser*dvacation. His "Comment" will r-sume upon his return.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONDay by day.
the ugly facts come in from the
Suez front. Each new fact puts
Soviet intentions in the Mid-
dle East in an ever-darker light.
And each new fact means deep-
er and deeper peril for belea-
guered Israel.
In this space last week, the
first full report was given on
the radically improved Soviet
SAM-2 missiles, which are re-
sponsible for the tiny Israeli
air force's hitherto unprecedent-
ed losses of Phantom fighter-
bombers. It now appears, how-
ever, that this first report was
sadly incomplete.
In the combat zone along the
Suez Canal, the Israelis are
fighting for their lives and na-
tional future. They must now
face not just the vastly more
effective new-model SAM-2s but
an entire, carefully combined
weapons system. And the new
system ominously includes So-
viet SAM-3 missiles manned by
THeWRpAKOTHEJAiLEf^
Russian troops.
The first component of the
weapons system is an immensely
dense deployment of ack-ack
guns and other antiaircraft
weapons. These cover a strip
along the entire Suez Canal and
about 15 miles inland. And the
deployment has been strength-
ened by another new Soviet mis-
sile, the Russian version of the
American "Redeye." which is a
light ground-to-air weapon with
an efficient target-seeking de-
vice.
The second component of the
weapons system is the line of
SAM-2 missiles, emplaced on a
line about 15 miles inland from
the canal bank. With their 20-
mile range, these improved
SAM-2S are effective up to the
canal itself. Thus any I-
pilot. going in low to attack a
target in the combat /one
meets the fiercest sort of anti-
aircraft Ore; and if the pilot
in at high altitude, he is
t with sal is of SAM-'Js. .
As to Ik \> '
third ".:. it consists of
at least I
tents of SAM-3 m
sites, complete with Russ
crew s noted ib e
have i> 'imi move l far I irw
from tin ir former positions
in th>> ini Tlor of Egypt, to now
itside tl
combat /one Here the SAM-'*
can be used to suDourt and pro-
tect the line of SAM-2&
In a very real sense, tl
for.-. Russian troops are already
ar lively engaged in the great
hit tie for control of the air
over ttv> combat zone along the
canal. Yet even that is by no
means the end of this trim
story.
The evidence, albeit incom-
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letters to the editor
Interests Of Israel, U.S. Coincide
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Israeli Planes Pottflfl
figypfs Rocket Bases
EDITOR, Tin Jewish l--|.iri.li:i-i:
In apiK-'alins; to the United!
Smti'S for delivery of military
hardware to counter Arab-Soviet I
attacks, the State of Israel is not j
pleading its case in the name of!
charity or sympathy. Though
humanitarian reasons would be I
to brae! to defend itself from,
extinction, their request for aid!
is substantiated by the cold, hard
and logical fact that the strength
of Israel's resistance coincides with
the national Interest of the United
States in that area.
Even at this late date there are
still officials in the U. S. State
Department who are prejudiced
or too narrow-minded to urvW-
Btand thru by supporting Israel
they are really bolstering the
position of the United States
against the Soviet Union's penetra-
tion ii to the Middle East. The
Arab-Soviet Lobby in Washington
is evidently strong enough to keep
.n postponing the U.S. decision to
deliver the requested war planes
to Israel.
This policy of delay and hesita-
tion has provided the Soviet Union
with enough time and encouraged
them to establish themselves in
Egypt and Syria with strong mili-
tary forces and armaments, in pre-
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Israel is the only obstacle there
to prevent the Communists from
achieving their goal in that area.
With the state of affairs as it
is today, the delivery of the 125
war planes requested is irreve-
vant. This stage has already pas-
sed since the Soviet Union has now
deployed its missiles and military
forces and they an already in
action. There is now much more to
be done to equalize the balance of
power which was lost to the Soviet
Union because of the hesitation on
the part of the United States.
Realistically, the confrontation
is already at hand, in all its de-
ns BtS. It would not be too surpris-
ing to see tlc Soviet's Mediterran-
ean Flotilla attacking the Ameri-j
can Sixth Flotilla. The Russian
missiles are already zeroed in on
their targets of American vessels
and bases like the Japanese on
Pearl Harbor in 1911 which final-
ly moved the United States to
action.
It is no longer the issue of the
existence of the Jewish State in
this war game, but the oil fields
>f the Arabian countries which
supply Western European indus-
tries and keep their wheels turn-
ing, which is it stake. By gaining
control of the great reservoirs of
Arabian oil wells, the Communists
will ako Ik- able to dominate ?nd |
suppress these Western European
nations.
The fallacy of the thinking of j
the policy makers in Washington is.
that they over-estimate the So- j
viet Union's military power and It*
potentiality. While it may en-,
compass a huge mass of soldiers I
and equipment, qualitywise the j
trustworthiness of their man-
power is deeply questionable. At
the Nile it will not bo the same
Russian soldier who was fighting
3^V*'B the invading Nazis for his own
survival and for his homeland.
Nor are these Russian 'advisors'
ol the same caliber as Rommel's
Corps who were defeated.
The involvement of the United
States in the Middle East is in-
evitable. It Ls in the vital national
interest of the United States to
stand off the Corrurrunutt usurpers
from taking possession of the life-
Wood of the Western European na-
tions for whose freedom this
country has gone to war twice in
the last half-century.
MAOUCK ftOLDRING
Miami It.- u Ii
(Continued from Page 1)
unlay morning on a crowded
beach near Achziv. A second ex-
plosion followed half an hour
later, but sun-bathers had taken
shelter and were unhurt.
An Israeli patrol killed two
Arab guerrillas and captured a
third north ol Hebron Friday.
One of the dead was reported to
be Abou Mansour. local com-
mander of the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine,
whose terrorist group was held
responsible for fatal attacks on
tourist buses in the area this
year.
A Lebanese military spokes-
man charged that two Israeli
half-tracks crossed the cease-
fire line and retreated under
Lebanese fire with an injured
Lebanese woman who had been
injured. The Israeli patrol was
half a mile into Lebanese terri-
tory, tlie spokesman said.
The top U.S. Middle East of-
ficial in Washington, Assistant
I Secretary of State Joseph J. J
Slsco, disclosed last weekend
that the Soviet Union is shipping
! amphibious troop-carrying land-
ing craft to Egypt. He said their
shipment had been noticed re-
cently by American intelligence.
He refused to speculate on the
possibility it may be intended for
a Soviet-supported Egyptian at-
tempt to land troops in the
Israeli-occupied Sinai Peninsula,
but admitted it didn't look like
defenseive equipment to him.
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Barry College Appoints
Financiers To Its Boards
Two Miami Beach financiers
were among those named to serve
on the 1970 Lay Advisory Board
and Board of Trusties of Barry
College recently.
Milton Gaynor. vice president of
the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Bank of Miami Beach,
and Shepard Broad, financier and
banker, were among those named
by Sister M. Dorothy Browne,
O.P.. Ph.D., president of the col-
lege, in her announcement.
Tha appointments brought the
number serving on the Lay Ad-
visory Board up to 24; the Board
of Trustees now has a membership
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Education Director-Cantor
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Hie api*>intmont of Rev. Rich-
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and educational director
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mohel, he was trained at Horton
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The youthful cantor, who has
been involved wilh youth work for
the past year, will be on the
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his wife, Gail, and their infant
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Cargo Airlifted To
Victims Of Quake]
The International Action Com-
mittce of Greater Miami** Ov-i-
ber of Com mere* s|>onsorcil the,
tlight last week of a plane load <>1
food, blankets and clothing donat-
ed by the people of Miami t i the
victims of Peru's earthquake. The
supplies, collected locally thro'tgh
Catholic Relief and the Archdio-
cese of Miami, were airlifted on a
privately-chartered C-46, the cost
of Which was personally under-
written by the committee's chair-
man. Gui L. P. Govaert, senior vice
president-marketing of the United
Banking Group.
A major portion of the supplies
awaiting shipment will go by sea,
but it is expected that some 50,000
liounds will remain, Mr. Govaert
said. Contributions to make it pos-
sible to airlift this much-needed
material to the stricken area may
be sent to the Peruvian Air-l.ift
Committee, c/o The United Bank-
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Coral Gables.
Rogers Expresses Concern
LONDON i.I'lAt The J.w-
;*h TV l< !' ai hie Agvncy learned
from nnfiiiii iieiivi sutirc. s that
the Middle J'ast was u major
iti in on the agenda of Secretary
of State Rogers' talks with Brit-
ish government leaders. In his
Saturday press conference, Mr.
Rogers stressed that the United
States is vary seriously con-
ei rind over the missiles being
edged closer and closer to the
Suez Canal zone by the Soviet-
i and Egyptians, and denied re-
I i>orts that tactical nuclear weap-
J .ji.s had boea sent to Israel.
Quejario Joins Law Firm
Adelita L, Quejailo's association
with the law firm of Paul, Land}
Bcfley and Bartci has been an-
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U. S. Government
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Obligations of States
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72,965,508.25
114,376,125.08
4,485,770.28
2,670,431.22
$259,728,428.46
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Friday, July 17. 1970
T
Rabbi Stanley Ringler New Hillel Director
Create a genuinely exciting program for
Jewish college students and you will heighten
their consciousness and involvement in the af-
fairs of Jewry. a
On this premise. Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler. a
former Miamian. took over last week as di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel program at the
University of Miami.
"'I hope to transform Hillel House into a cent-
er of relevance, excitement and experience for
our Jewish students, one where they are given
the fullest rights of expression as Jews in any
form they wish." Rabbi Ringler told the Jewish
Flo.-.dian in an interview.
With approximately 4.000 Jewish students
on campus. Rabbi Ringler observed that he has
inherited what is unquestionably the largestif
not the most individually-minded'congrega-
tion" in the area.
"I am aware of the deep concern by many
persons, particularly parents, over the student
alienation from traditional Jewish matters.'" he
remarked. "But I'm not so anxious about the
situation.
"I see young persons acutely sensitive to
probierr.s of our societyin the best Jewish
tradition. What I hope to achieve is a conscious
relationship between their Jewish sensitivity and
the Jewish experience and ethical thought.''
At 29 years of age. Rabbi Ringler considers
himself I product of the same campus ferment
that swirls about most universities today. Indeed,
he has seldon been far from campus activity.
His appointment as Hillel director represents
a homecoming. "As a youth. I became a 3ar
Mitzvah under Rabbi Irving Lehrman at Temple
Emanu-El and later served as president of the
Temple Israel Youth Group under Dr. Joseph
Narot. Then. too. I participated in the YMHA
program at North Dado." His mother, a widow.
lives in Miami Beach.
After graduation from North Miami High
School, he attended the University of Cincinnati,
where he graduated in 1965 with a degree in
RABBI STANLEY A. MNGLtR
philosophy. In 1969 he was ordained at Hebrew-
Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in
Cincinnati.
Rabbi Ringler recently returned from Israel,
where he spent one year as an assistant pro-
fessor of social sciences at the American Col-
lege in Jerusalem. While in Jerusalem, he also
studied at the Hayim Greenberg Institute and
the Institute in Near Eastern Civilization.
At the University of Miami, he succeeds
Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz. who has been appoint-
ed deputy director of the Veterans Administra-
tion's Chaplaincy Service.
Though stil! in the process of familiarizing
himself with his new duties, Rabbi Ringler has
placed the restoration of Hillel House as one of
his immediate goals. "The building was erected
20 years ago and subsequently ignored." be re-
marked. "It lacks warmth and color and could
scarcely be less inviting to a student."
Physical appearances alone, however, will not
automatically earn the confidence of the stu-
dents, he said. "We must go out to the students
to reach them. We must show interest and con-
cern in their needs and thinking."
To accomplish this. Rabbi Ringler intends to
seek the assistance and expertise of the Jewish
community in formulating campus programs and
activities. He intends to intensify and deepen Is-
raeli programming: inviting visiting Israeli
dignitaries to speak and encouraging students to
visit and study in Israel.
Israel, he believes, "is one of the few con-
cerns still capable of eliciting positive responses
from Jewish youth." As for those Jewish stu-
dents of the New Left persuasion. Rabbi Ringler
feels certain he can convince them of Israel's
cause a "classic case study of a national libera-
tion movement" whose ideology is well within '.he
realm of their own posture.
With the aid of the Jewish Family and Child-
ren '< Service. Rabbi Ringler hopes to establish
several "encounter groups." Another project he
in mind is a campus publication not only to
inform Jewish students of upcoming Hillel pro-
grams, but to offer them a vehicle to exchange
views and ideas on material issues and pr -
blems that will further spark their interest.
Rabbi Ringler and and wife Mariene will I
near the campus"close enough to be available
if needrd. That, to conclude from his
tbuBiasiBi trill likely be for some time.
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Page 9-A
U.S. Sympathetic
To Israel's Plight
(Continued from Page 1-A)
of events was mirrored in Wash-
jngton's instructions to its am-
bassador in Moscow. Jacob D.
Beam to increase the frequency
ot his talks with Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei A. Gromyko,
with a view toward reducing the
Soviet threat in the Mideast by
diplomacy before Israel might
jdecide that an all-out strike
Bg.iinst the Soviet-Egyptian mili-
tary presence was absolutely
necessary.
Secretary Laird's statement
Las not as strong as that of
President Nixon on July 1. But
5t was stronger than Secretary
of State William P. Rogers'
June 25 statenicnt that "for the
moment the emphasis should be
ton diplomatic initiatives."
i The Nixon and Laird remarks.
imade within two weeks of Mr.
Rogers' new conference, appcar-
:ed to corroborate reports that
the administration considers Mr.
Rogers' comments too restrained
in view of the growing Soviet
threat in the Mideast. Secretary
Laird reiterated the adminis-
tration position that the United
Suites has no plans to send
troops to Israel's aid. But he said
that the American Sixth Fleet
was in a pood state of readi-
ness" In the Mediterranean.
Mr. Laird officially confirmed
Isi u U reports of SAM-3 acti-
vitj in the Mideast. He ircluded
them in a reference in which he
said the Soviets in that area
"hive gone forward with new
anti-aircraft missiles."
Slate Department spokesman
Carl E. Bartch said no date
ha< been set for the meeting in
Moscow between Ambassador
Beam and Minister Gromyko.
which he had said would take
place soon. Mr. Bartch declined
comment on Cairo's claim that
the U.S. has agreed to replaco
six Phantoms reportedly down-
ed in Egypt.
Israeli military sources report-
ed that perhaps 100 or more
SAM-2 missiles were fired at
Israeli planes flying operational
missions west of the Suez Canal
within a few days. The re;>ort
confirmed that the Soviet policy
in such situations is to shoot
down Israeli planes whatever
the cost. Firing many missiles
at a single plane is more ex-
pensive but also more likely of
success than attempts at pin-
point accuracy.
Diplomatic sources in London
said that the Soviet military
escalation in Egypt may be in-
I tended to force the reopening of
the Suez Canal by helping Egypt
regain the east bank, under Is-
raeli occupation since 1967. This
may be the strategic intent be-
hind the reported advance of
the Soviet-made Egyptian mis-
sile defense system toward the
Canal, the sources said. Mos-
cow is said to be determined to
re-open the blocked waterway
which would shorten the sea
trip to North Vietnam by 38
days. The Soviets are anxious
to establish their naval pre-
sence in the Indian Ocean as a
counterforce to Communist
China, but this is made dif-
ficult by the continued shut
down of the canal.
According to diplomatic sourc-
es the Kremlin leaders are not
deliberately seeking a showdown
with the United States in the
Mideast, or even with Israel.
But they regard their position in
Egypt as the key to their influ-
ence both in the Mediterranean
and the Indian Ocean and are
determined not to retreat.
Therefore they arc genuinely
seeking some kind of agreement
with the United States for a
Mideast solution. But at the
same time they are master-
minding Egypt's aerial defense
system, providing both the equip-
ment and the operational know-
how.
Book Arouses Interest
BONN (JTA> A new book.
"Deutsehland Ohnc Juden" (or
Germany Without Jews"! has
aroused considerable interest
here. The author. Bcrnt Fnglc-
mann, 50, claims that if Hitler
hadn't destroyed German Jewry,
the country would not now be
divided. As a result of Hitler's
persecution, he asserts, Germany
must now do without their cul-
tural, scientific, economic and
political talent, and is the poorer
for the lack. Herr Englemann
was recently in the news when
he filed suit against the or-
ganizers of the Oberammergau
Passion Play on grounds that
their motives were anti-Semitic.
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Happen ings
lames M. .Miller, who was
foimerly with First National
Bunk of South Miami, has been
appointed assistant vice presi-
dent of the Inter National Itank
of Miami.
Weekend outdoor barbecues
with some 100 guests are about
par for the course" at Red Top
Farm, near Hcndeisonvillc. N.C.
After a recent early frast at
the farm, owned by Miami
Springs Villas" Art and Joan
Brims, ten couples who were
their guests drove the 15 miles
to Flat Rock Playhousewhich
several years ago was designat-
ed hy North Carolina's State
Legislature as its State Theatre
to see a play.
Bergthals Being Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bergthal
will be honored at a Bon Voyage
luncheon sponsored by Club 2,
Pioneer Women, Wednesday noon
at the Royal Hungarian Restau-
rant. Chairman for the luncheon
will be Mrs. Sally Barr: the invo-
cation will be delivered by Mrs.
Rose Rosenberg and guest speaker
will be Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs.
Frances Packar is president of the
Chapter.
Leonard S. Stern, (center) who was elected president of
the South Dade Hebrew Academy for the 1970-71 academic
year, is congratulated by Gary Frank, (left) outgoing presi
dent, and Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman. who was elected
executive vice president. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy will serve as principal
of the South Dade school, which moves to new guarters
in the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, 8500 SW 8th St., for
the fall term and will add fourth, fifth and sixth grades to
its curriculum.
SS Officer Gets 12 Years
KIEL (JTA) -- Former SS
Officer Franz Josef Mueller has
been sentenced to 12 years im-
prisonment after being retried
by a Kiel Jury Court for his
part in the mass murder of more
than 6.000 Jews in the Polish
ghetto city of Rochniz. Muelk x
had been sentenced to two life
terms in 1968. but successfully
appealed to the German High
Court in Karlsruhe for a retrial.
Some foreign observers viewed
the reduced sentence as a "slap
in the face for German justice."
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Friday. July 17. 1370
Jlte rKitbti ^pealt J-rom J/te f^ttlpit
..........sin .i. _
R>*R.\BBll4fcGHARI>'I^ffWitlN 1 Qo^Wffl?fe, we shotrM all live
I to sec the tittle when nations and
T.-mnle Krmnti-KI. Ft. Landr-i-dala, r(POp,os wi ,earn to blcss ono
The Torahj'inolher aml cease from cursing
Portion for Inls i,hrouK ,np violence, death ami
week which is ,rgedy ol human bai-barity and
entitled Balak, war-
i it c 1 11 (1 c -
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id
erv/ces
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/i.n
iimoii.'sl
matt< is the fa-
mous blessing
hi Balaam upon
the children of
Israel: "i! >\\ '
'.;u,i;i]y are Illy
Tents, O Jac ib,
1 h y dwel
places O, Israel."
Balaam Instructed by Balak to
mine the children of Israel, rather
blesses them. For this turnabout
Balaam naturally incurs the wrath
of Balak.
For many centuries those who
blessed [si el were more In dis-
favor than those who cursed her.
The latter type, of course, 1 .. rs
to the ai ti-s mitt s of t;\.' past
pres '.1 \v!m find some peculiar
pie sure in Warning .lews and
Judaism for 1 Ii;- world ills.
it has always been more fash
to I'1 'SS. tl
fact it I .kes real courage to 1
..... I 1 i ion or to dis-
ww a much he'd prejudiced'
view, \ i 3 >t ii Is fortu lato for|
the Jewish people as well as hu-|
M .ii Ity that there have always
>S 18 ttS ho s;> ike
their hearts and honest coi
tions rather th in From the
tion of prejudice.
We Jews have had our share
of courageous spokesmen, those;
who were and are- not afraid to!
voice the unpopular view because
they felt or feel their ideals are
just and right.
Israel knows the sting of bein
cursed, of Ixing singled out by the
mobs of history whose sadistic and
ideological needs were satisfied
at the expense of Jewish blood and
dignity. We Jews are indeed
thankful for those ron-JewN who,
like Balaam, have seen fi! to
point but man's inhumanity to
man whether Jews or non-.Tews
are involved. We Jews are thank-
ful that Christian scholars if not
the official Christian Institutions
arc more and more acknowledging
the Chrlsttah debl to Judaism and
the Jewish heritage.
With the blessing comes respect
for oho another, a (realfe to co-
operate. Nothing but good can
come of this.
Teens From Mexico
Beth David Guests
Teens from Mexico City who
are on a citss-cbuntry tour were
to be the guests of Beth David
Congregation this weekend. They
will be entertained in the homes
of members of the congregation.
-1 on sight-seejng tours, attend
special serriees at the sanctuary
i> guests of honor at a Beth
David Sonth social during their
Phursday-through-gunday stay in
1 a.
There are seven distinct Jewish
rommunities in Mexico City, or-
ganized according to land of origin.
1,111 ii is the Asj.k 1 azi "Kehilla
hi : Is; ,c I" h inch is the di'iv-
e in tlic community. It
Ipl orts three rabbis, four schools
ivith more than ;;.oo,) children en-
I tied, a ycshlva and a teach, r's
tinary". The kehilla maintains
II of the es in Mexico
.1 one of which Tias Its own
j outh synagogue.
Mexican Jews are friendly and
hospitable, and yearn for contact
with their fellow Jews from other
lands. In most cases, they still
speak at home the language their
families brought with them from
Jhe countries of their origin.
Senior Citizens Meet
Tlic Senior Citizens Association
of Miami Beach will hold its regu-
lar meeting Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Bldg..
1234 Washington Avo. Dade Coun-
ty Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dermer. Sen.
Richard Stone and Commissioner
Thomas O'Malley will be present
to help Lena Mintzes celebrate
her SOfh birthday.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why Is it that no special party
Is made to celebrate the birth
of .1 girl like 0110 docs tor a Iwy?
Actually, Sephardic communities
are known to have a special party
on Saturday cither after the ser-
vices or in the afternoon in honor
of a new girl who is born. This
usually takes place on the Sab-
hath morning or afternoon during
which the father of the new girl
is called to the Torah to offer the
benedictions and to have his new
daughter named.
It is possible that the reason
this kind of party did not seem to
have been as popular among the
Occidential Jews is because severe
episodes like the Crusades may
have taken their toll and saddened
the lives of Jewish families so that
many occasions of festivity may
have been passed over and almost
forgotten. The reason that the
circumcision feast remains was
that the ritual of circumcision Is
one of the principal rituals of the
Jewish faith. It is also to be noted
that i'i modern times many families
do not make any sort of meal or
party after the circumcision of a
! IV.
Why is it a basic Jewish trntll-
| tion to invite guests to one's
house?
This tradition is mentioned und-
er the term of "Hachnossas Or-
chlm" (the reception of visitors 1
The Mlshnah (Pealu regards this
as one of those acts of grace
which have boundless rewards. The
tradition is traced in the episode
in the Book of Genesis (18:81
where Abraham welcomed the dis-
cruised Angels as travelers of the
human race and invited them to
eat with him.
The Talmud tells us that one
should not sit down to any im-
portant meal unless he has invited
some guests to share the meal with
him. Also, it was a custom to
tarry in order to prolong the dura-
tion of the meal in case visitors
or poor people came to share the
meal. The respected people of
Jerusalem were known to have
spread some symbol like a cloth
in the doorway as a signal to in-
vite passers-by who were hungry
to come in and share a meal with
them. (Baba Bathra 93:B>
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE 5950 N. Ken-
d.ill Or S. Miami. Reform Rabb-
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
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BETH DAVID. 1626 SW 3rd Awe.
Conservatiwe. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipton. 4
KYidiiv ( p.m. ami I P.m. Joint
U.8.Y. ServiceBath David in Miami,
Beth Israel from Mexico. Saturday
9 a.m. Sermon: "Wh:n We Mean
Ity Jewish People."
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday '.' a.m. and
B:S0 i>.ni.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Awe.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Friiiav ai MmNt, Saturday 8:4fi a.m.
Sermon: "Heathen Prophets." 7 p.m.
Portion of i.ajv. T::: p.m. Sermon:
"True HKiphj-te."'"
OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber'
man- _____ _____, 30
I SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER en
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmlas. 3i
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM., 1542
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel 3j
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Or
North Bay Village. CorlservatlvW
Canto.' Leon Seci.il. ,32-.*,
'- :'
NORTH m:ami beach
ADATH YESHURJJN (TEMPLE). 1024
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
serwatiwe. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
3}
Cantor Tibor Moses.
BETH TORAH NE 164th St.. it 1-utt
Awe Coiserwatiwe. Rabbi Wax Lid,
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzef. _-4
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Balak
Balaam views the tents of Israel and predicts a blessed
flltU i'.
And Balaam saw Israel and said How good-
ly ire thy tents, O Jacob, thv dwellings, O Israel" (Num. 24:
2-,v.
RA.LAK Hearing of the Israeli's victory over the
Amoritcs. Balak. kin of Moab. became frightened. Jointly with
the elders of Midian, he sent messengers to Balaam, the son of
Reor. Urging him to curs. Israel, Balaam Wtn both a soothsayer
and a prophet, and it was believed that his curse would lead
to the de-eat of the Israelites. But Balaam, hearkening to the
voice ol God, twice refused to accompany Balak's messengers on
the hostile mission.
Finally God said to Balaam: "Go with the men: but only
the word that I shall speak unto (hoc. that thou shalt speak"
(Numbers 222:35). En mute to Balak. an angel warned Balaam.
When he arrived, he had Balak build seven alters and make
appropriate sacrificial offering! preliminary to Balaam's cursing
Israel. But when the time came. Balaam gave the Israelites his
blessing instead of his curse. This reversal was repeated three
times.
Moabite and Mklianite women seduced some of the Israelites,
persu.-ding them to worship the idol Baal of Peor. As a result, a
plague broke out in the Israelite camp. The plague ceased only
when Phinehas stabbed an Israelite man to death for consorting
with a Midianite woman.
T%m recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law la extract-
ed and based upon "The ('ratthic History I the Jewish Heritor,"
edited by P. Wollman-Taamlr. $15. puhltohed.fcr Shenjrold. The
Volume Is available at "5 Maiden Lane, N'eqpVork, N'.Y. 100SK.
Jaweph SchUug is president of the society distributing the volume.
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conserwatiwe Rabbi Simon
April, Cantor Seymour Hinkes P
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Awrcm L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conserwatiwe. R.ibbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Brn Ari 13
Friday 9 p.m Si tur S :: i a.m. Bar
Mitxvnh: Jeffrey M son of Mr, and
Mrs .Marly E|>st
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Awe. Consirwatiwe,. R.ibbi Ralph
Carmi. 1 I
TIFERETH. JACOB (Temple). 951 E. \
4'h Awe., Hialeah Conserwatiwe.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15 !
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conserwatiwe, Rabbi Norman N. Sha.
piro. Cantor Richard S Browdy.
Friday 1 :'.1 i>.m Saturday 9 9a in.
NORTH*M'AMI
BETH MOSHE CUNortEGATION I
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conserwatiwe.]
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel, Cantor i
Ben. Zion Kirachenbaum. 35'
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ewer. 17
' B'NAI RAPHAEL. .4"! NW I !<
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Charles Hubel.
Cantor Jack L'erne'r. -^
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTh O" : H
18801 N. E. 2?nd Awenue Rfoi m
Rabbi Ralph P. Kimjsley -.7
I Friday 8:15 p.m. Baluraay 1 >u a in.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N5
19th Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. '-%
YOUNG ISRAEL OF. OPHAfifi
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali PorUsh. 31
CORAL GASIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 .Cr*r> .1iU
Biwd. Reform. Rabbi Morcw.8 Kip-
per, 'lo
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Awe.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Max we. I3ergcr.
Friditj i. p.m. S-ituol^^iVtlt
FT. LAUttE
BETH ISRAEL" ITrftprET 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvatf Rabbi Sheldon
Liiv. -irds. Cantclri IVJ,iurice Neu. *2
EMANU-EL. 3245. W. Oakland Park
Blwd. Reform. Rabbi Richard'IM.
Lewiton. Cantor Jercme .Kjei:,ent._ 43
HALLANDALE JEWISH... CaaTR
HALLANOAIC ;
I26 N. E. First Aw. ,a 44
ioti \fi itsiaT
W. German Police
Arrest 19-Year-0ld
In Vandalism Case
BONN (JTA) A 19-year-
old West German has admitted
that he broke into a Munich
synagogue last month, desecrat-
ed Torah scrolls and caused
other damage. A spokesman for
the police, who placed him under
anvst. said no political motives
or anti-Semitism was involved,
however, and that he was not
accused in the burning of Mu-
nich's Jewish Home for the
Aged last February. Seven el-
derly persons died in that fire,
which was the work of an
arsonist.
Jewish community leaders in
West Germany have been cer-
tain that the outrage at the
synagogue and other acts of
vandalism perpetrated against
Jewsh religious institutions, as
well as the arson of the Home
Were the result of anti-Semitic
attitudes.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Beret Wein 13
BETH JACOB. 201 Washington Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Ma niches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE), 1545
Jefferson Avi Censervstiwe Rabbi
Dawid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Awe. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conwiser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Awe. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackow-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Awenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. |
Rsbbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23 <
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Awe. Conservatiwe. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrse
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Awe
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2%
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Awe
Orthodox. Rabbi Dawid Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEMpTI,. dOth St. and
Tstum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29 I
HOUYWOOD -----------
BETH EL (TEMFPCT_W|)r%4 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi "SaVr>tPjr~3affl, 45
Friday S:1S p.m. J>rA^wfTidV .VIHI"
will conduct MfYKJtin aiiu ^elivi-r
Sermoncttc. ^
BETH SHALOM (TEMPIEg 1728
Monroe St. Censervaflva -.Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Caator *lrvino.
Gold. : 46
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SINAI (TEMPLE). 1281 Johns*n St.
Conservative. Rabbi David 3feapiro.
Cantor Yehudah- AellbraM>. 47
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE) '6C20 8.VV^ 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi -ErBnt J
Winograd. Cantor A'brahan^Koster
POMPANO EEACH
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JHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 6.E 11th Avaj
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Cantor Ernest Schreib.ej' 48
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Topic: 'Our Community In Mid-Suntmcf"
MODERATOR: Rev. Luther C. Pierce..
Guests: Charles Potter, vice chairman ot tittca
ity Relations Board; chairman of th.'Naticfliil
Alliance of Business Men of Dado County. '
Panel: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Xer Tiid,
Miami Beach; Rev. Albert Schmidt, rrpresfflta-
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fJewisli flcridfiatn
Page .11-A
ock Worship Is Called "Debasing"
tjiW YORK (JTAt-A lcad-
,,."-;.av York cantor has flc-
jun ed experimental Jewish
brsWp services based on rock
mv.- charging tnat "afyWca-
&ior. of rock to sacred religious
exts demeans the sanctity of
s'ip."
Cn- tor David J. Putterman of
Ithc Park Avenue Synagogue
MU^1 some experimental ser-
rjces "totally debasing" in tlie
jp-,-.-, 1970 issue of "Conserva-
tiv Judaism." the publication
9f the Rabbinical Assembly and
ho Jewish Theological Scmin-
ry. He asked whether anyone
OUld "picture the Hazzan on
BUtpH in front of tlie sacred
pj-lc, flooded by psychedelic
Editing, chanting Kol Nidre or
Jn' ne Tokef. aeeon>panied by
0apod-up electronic effects, ges-
Kiculating, -baking his body in
faff- ted pseudo-seJWal contor-
ii,.- in order to emphasize the
fret tic rhythms of rock-and-
roi. '
"The Ideal totm of Jewish
en < is a happy blending of
th.- old and the new. as h'fits
an evolving religion and civiliza-
'tior.. but the new elements should
be spiritual and esthetic and new-
sy gogue musk should Inter*
pret and enhance the meaning
I*
of the liturgical texts." Cantor
Puttcinian declared.
Describing experiments which
met those standards as "musical
creativity" the cantor noted
that the Park Avenue Syna-
gogue had commissioned 64
American and Israeli composers
to write new music for Friday
evening services during the past
25 years and their World were
performed at the synagogue.
The composers include Leon-
ard Bernstein, Ernest Bloeh,
Lukas Foss. Morton Gould, Paul
Ben Haini, Darius Milhaud, Karl
Salomon and Kurt Weill. he re-
port **.. "Some of the composi-
tions were dissonant, and at
times, jazzy,' he said, "but over-
all, it is relig-ms in spirit, con-
tent and mood.
Hadassah Convention Set
NEW YORK UTAi The 56th
national convention of Hadassah.
the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will be held in
Washington, D.C.. Aug. 16-19.
More than 2.500 delegates arc ex-
pected to attend. Mrs. Max
Schenk, naiional president, has
announced. They will hear reiwrts,
and parteipate in seminars and
workshops.
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"Th'^i composers were aware
that Skey were setting their
music to sacred texts to be
sung in a Ifjuse of God, not l>y
a performer doing his 'thing,'
but by b shelfcieh tsibbur.' an
emissary and representative of
the congregation in prayer to
God."
Commenting that rock music
"has no monopoly on the "con-
temporary" label,' the cantor
warned that rabbis and cantors
"must beware of accepting
novelty for its own sake, and
seek to enhance services in ways
that are meaningful rather
than a novel facade."
; '. .
Temple Leaders planning an intensive membership drive
for North Miami's Temple Beth Moshe, are. (from left)
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion; Mark Marks, vice president and membership com-
mittee chairman; Gerald Plessner newly elected president
of the temple, and F. Leonard Miller, board chairman of
the temple. The meeting was held at the home of Mr. and
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Pjbwftfi Fk>ridUaun
Friday, July 17,
iThis. Week In History
.j (From thy .tiles of f|fft;J,wlsli
Telegraphic' Agency)
40 Years Affo This Week: 1980
King Carol promised action af-
ter Rumanian newspapers criti-
cized the failure to suppress a two-
week wave of anti-oemitic distur-
bances.
The National Socialist province
Continued From Page 4-A
plete, is already clear that the
entire vast weapons system
al ive-described Ls now under
direct Soviet control. The re-
sponses to the warnings of the
i idars; the management of the
I ironic countermeasures (and
eounter-countcrmeasures!; the
orchestration of the missile sal-
vos and antiaircraft fire all
these are now Soviet responsi-
bilities in the vital canal-side
strip where the Egyptians were
so recently alleged to be strictly
on their own.
The effects to date, fur-
thermore, have been desperately
grave for the Israelis. The great
majority of their aircraft- their
supersonic Mirages, their work-
horse American Skyhawks and
naturally their wholly obsolete
Mysteres, Vautours and Oura-
ganscan no longer be used
to attack targets much beyond
the bank of the Suez Canal it-
s'-'f.
Before the new weapons sys-
tem was installed, these other
p] ines ranged quite freely over
the whole combat zone. Now,
h twever, only Israelis' Phan-
toms cati be used to attack tar-
at any distance from the
canal And considering the tiny
of Phantoms that Israel
; iscsses, three Phantoms down-
e I in a single week add up to a
i lly heavy rate of loss.
By shining courage and su-
perb efficiency, the Phantoms'
; rs have scored some suc-
ses. Three or four of the
SAM-2 emplacements have been
i heavily damaged that they
have been put out of action, at
any rate for a while. This has
further meant painful losses for
both the Egyptians and the
Russians, who are also present
at the SAM-2 sites as "ad-
visers," but in extra heavy num-
b rs, (The Russian dead, by the
way, are sent home for burial
marked "Killed in a Motor Ac-
cident!'' i
Even so, the situation is plain-
ly reaching the stage of acute
crisis, with Israel's whole fu-
ture ultimately at stake. Equal-
ly critical, moreoverand for
President Nixon as well as for
Israelare the time factors.
The new weapons system was
obviously put in along the Suez
front to coincide with Gamal
Abdel Nasser's long visit to the
Soviet Union. He and his mas-
ters are now assessing the first
combat results; and above all
they are assessing the U.S. re-
s|>onse to this further Soviet
move forward. And God knows
v hat the next move forward
may be. if further dithering is
the only real U.S. response!
JWV Post Wins Award
Florida's pioneer JWV post, the
MAR-PARV.
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of ,Thurmia conaMenrd makir?
Adolf Hitleran Austrian citizen
a Cabinet member in order to
avoid his deportation as an unde-
sirable alien.
Hungarian-born violinist Leo-
pold Auer, teacher of Jascha
Heifetz, Mischa Elman and Efram
Zimbalist Sr., died in Dresden at
85.
A professor's list of the 60 great-
est novels included Jacob Wassor-
mann's "World's Illusion" tl920i
and Stefan Zweig's "Case of Ser-
geant Grischa" il92S>.
A Moslem spokesman before the
Wailing Wall Commission charged
that "Zionism is a dangerous
scheme which si ieks th restora-
rintj, the Naa- officer"who'ordened1
the 1944 massacre of 335 Italian
'hostages" in reprisal for the am-
bush killing of 32 Germans by par-
tisans, died near Bonn at 74.
Moscow Radio, warning against
'false illusions" spread by "Zion
ist propaganda," contended that
'Israel is not a paradise bit a land
vhcre unemployment and starva-
tion prevails." while Soviet Jews
are "free and happy."
The Knesset opposition charged
Mapai with an "unholy alliance"
in giving the Ministry of Posts to
the ultra-Orthodox Poalei Agudat
Isra '1 Patty.
American archeo'ogis*; in Israel
found the remains of walls bu>lt by
197]
: -=i
goes to the post wil
best overall Pcjrform,anc,e to, t^
/car-including members!),-, ..J*
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. mUnity service. Americanix,,, 2!
was the winner of the Victor B. rans service and special pi 0grZ'
Freedman Post Award during, the ^,>&,, ^ Broth^ *
convention held by the state or- """ i,oswt
ganization last month in the contest held in Dade County hig
Americana Hotel. The annual i schools.
W ard
Jlo^d.
tion of the Kingdom of Judah" by; Joshua's troops 1700 years BCE.
'encro iching" on Moslem shrines.
British Jews voiced Strorg dis-
approval of the government's atti-
tude toward a Jewish National
Home.
Ten Years Ago This Wee-k: 1960
Jews streamed out of the battle-
torn Congo, resettling in Brussels
and Northean Rhodesia. Those re-
maining were termed destitute.
Deputy Defense Minister Shim-
on Peres Baid Israel would never
start a war but must bolster her
deterrent forces in ease of an
Arab attack.
Dr. Nahum Goldman, as president
>f the Committee on Jewish
Claims on Austria, said the fa'lure
of that country to act on indem-
nification "has shattered our confi-
dence in Austrian good will."
Field Marshal Albert Kes*el-
Israel's projected S'2'20 million
Investments during 195'.>-59 were!
reported exceeded by S70 million.!
while the projected 1959 indus-
trial output of S100 million was
bettered by $30 million.
A Buenos Aires federal judge
ruled there could be no more pros-
ecutions of Nazi war criminals in
i Argentina because "Everybody
j knows that World War II ended
May 9, 1945." Und >r the ruling
Adolf Eichmann could not be tried
if returned to Argentina by Israel.
C. Israel Lutsky Speaks
At Spinoza Forum Meet
C. Israel Lutsky. whose "Jewish
Philosirh't" series was heard for
35 years over New York radio sta-
tion WEVD, was to be Thursday
morning's speaker at the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education, which
meets weekly in the Washington
V. d.ral Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
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The Spinoza Forum sessions are
still conducted by Dr. Abraham
Woifson. 88. who founded it in
1935, Two chairmen. Thomas Da-
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Dr. Woifson in the programming;
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+Jewlsl> fUrirHirtr
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^njjy, nnd Roing broke.
This social group .influence
to, s o small role in attracting
fcoulhs from the middle class
fenilics in to the circle of the
rut users. The boys and girls
i#q attur.iL to participate
r sending money on drugs
lant to bo "in." They don't
|airr to be In a social vacuum,
lithout fiicnds and without ex-
Itcmcnt.
I Because* the middle class and
ff]ucnt families arc able to
jotcet their privacy by seek-
|Ic lulp for their drug-using
iiMien from private physicians,
jiiI not from appropriate in-
liluti ins, there is actually lack
d;ita on the use of "hard
11; by Jews.
professor M. Sacks, the re-
in, ctor for a pilot proj-
i conducted by the Jewish
Eommunity Services of Long
slar.d. in New York, says his
hidings have proven that "drug
bus among Jewish adolescents
s a greater problem than the
Blieral public is willing to ac-
nowledge, especially among
liddle-elass Jews." A study in
lassau County, New York, esti-
iates that "hard drug" use
among Jewish adolescents is
lSn of the total of adolescent
drug users. This is six times the
estimate of Jewish drug addicts
in NCW York. '
ZOA Leaders Applaud Nixon
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the Zionist Organization of
America has adopted a resolu-
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President Nixon's Mideast state-
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operation of the members of
the European Common Market,
notabl / Fiance, to bring about a
treaty for peace rul economic de-
velopment of trade between Is-
rail and members of the Euro-
pean Common Market."
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*Jeis9incrkUan
By Seymour B. Liebman BOOK REVIEW
Fri^Py. July 17, ig
Selzer's "The Wineskin And The Wizard

.
ni'KIXti THE Middle Ages, the
gre itest vilifiers of Judaism
wore the apostates to ChristUnity
I who were determined that all Jews
I should convert or be destroyed. In
modern times, apostates no longer
attempt tn sway their former co-
religionists. Now. instead, we have
the Insignificant but vocal
American Council for Judaism (often referred to as
the "Council Against Judaism"), the N'ew Left, their
fellow-travelers and former employees.
Michael Seller, whose connection with the Coun-
cil is not revealed on the jacket of his book Tim
Wineskin and the Wizard (Macmillun Co., 96.95),
has produced a book to warm the cockles of the
hearts of all anti-Semites. They will rejoice in this
latest calumny upon Israel. Zionism, the American
rabbinate, the Anti-Defamation League and the
American Jewish Committee.
Judaism is a tool which enabled Polish Jews to
fulfill life's highest purpose to be "exposed to life's
brutalities," Selzer says. He maintains all Jews must
experience adversities as a result of their poweriess-
ness and suggests that Jews are being punished for
some original sin and tnerefore they are fated to be
beaten, raped, Slaughtered and sec their ranks deci-
mated without fighting back. "Our role," he says, "is
to awaken the conscience of humanity as they de-
stroy us." He criticizes the ADL and the AJC be-
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
'Fiddler' Goes Before The Cameras
London
MOW on THE stages of 17 countries,
"Fiddler on the Roof." one of the
most successful musicals in Broadway
history, will go before the cameras in
Zagreb, Yugoslavia, next month. Four
months have been allowed the crew for
exterior shots there before they begin
filming the spectacular dance sequences
and other interior scenes at Britain's Rank-Pincwood
Studios in December. The Mirisch-Cartier production for
United Artists is presently in rehearsal there, and the
>
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
The Price Is High
ISRAELIS switch on their radios
to hear the news broadcasts
during the daythey take border
incidents for granted; what they
want to know is the price.
And the price is high. The
casualty lists grow from day to
day sometimes women and chil-
dren killed by terrorists in their
homes, sometimes soldiers killed on the battlefields
of the border.
Israel earnestly, eagerly desires peace, but is
seriously preparing for the new war upon which her
neighbors seem intent. Civil defense has been tight-
ened up. staff Increased, budgets boosted. Conscrip-
tion age has been raised to 55. Air raid shelters,
public and private, ore now a standard requirement
in all parts of Israel.
There is a growing sense of realism in Israel.
Not fatalism realism. Shmuel Schnitzer. writing in
"Maariv," reminds the population that in 1940
Britain was a nation without allies, under the blitz,
suffering a tremendous death toll in its cities. A
swaggering, victorious Hitler, astride all of western
Europe, offered the beleaguered nation "peace," but
the British refused the bait, pulled in their belts, and
determinedly stood their ground. The Israelis today
are in very much the same mood. Without fanfare
or heroics, a Supreme Emergency Planning Com-
mittee is preparing for every foreseeable national
crisis. It will have authority to deal with any need
for such things as food, water, fuel, power, medical
services, or transport by land, air or sea.
There is a small defeatist element here which
Seizes upon the military threat and seeks to create
a spirit of gloom and national desperation. They
advise seeking peace at any price. Surprisingly,
their support, while infinitesimal, comes from di-
verse element*, ranging from Utopian intellectuals
to bohemian advocates of the New Left.
There are constant reminders that Israel is in a
state of perpetual war: Advertisements in the press
advise the reader that it's good policy to have a
supply of basic foods at homein case of flood, fire,
storm, transport difficulties, illness--or even un-
expected company. The message is not lost on the
housewife.
On the surface, life goes on quietly, calmly. In-
dustry is flourishing; tourists by the thousands
thrill at the drama of Israel; crowds attend the
cultural and entertainment programs; there is a
great demand for education: the shops are full, the
streets crowded with traffic and pedestrians. But
the mood in Israel today is somewhat reminiscent
of the days preceding the Six-Day Warthere is
the same sense of impending crisis, of inevitability.
This is brought on not only by the increase in the
pace of Arab action on the borders, but aJso by
the rapid escalation of Russian support for the
Egyptiansand the Americans' reluctance to even,
sell us needed equipment.
score and songs are being pre-recorded at Anvil music
stage In Denham.
Molly Picon, the grand old lady of the Yiddish Stage,
has been signed by Norman Jewison for the co-Starring
role of Yente, the matchmaker; the Israeli actor Haim
Topoi will star as Tevye with Norma Crane playing the
role of Golde.
In the much-coveted part of Yente, Miss Picon will
enjoy the widest and most prestigious audience exposure
in a professional career spanning six decades. Though
her energy and youthful api>earancc l>elie her years, she
made her debut M a child actress in 1910; her big break-
through as a Broadway star came 51 years later, in the
hit musical "Milk and Honey," for which she received a
Tony Award nomination.
"Masada." which will go before the cameras in the
Holy Land next January, will be produced by Britain's
Josef Shaftel, who recently met with Israeli film depart-
ment heads in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and visited the
site of the rebellion, an ancient fortress which still stands
on a mountain facing the Dead Sea. Screenplay will Ik-
by Anthony Shaffer Robert Chartoff and Irwin
Winkler are preparing for the production of "California
G< m ration." based on Jacqueline Briskin's first novel,
published earlier this month by Lippincott Arthur
Get funkel makes his screen debut in "Catch-22." a film
version of Joseph Heller's anti-war novel Moshe
Mizrahj directed the Israeli motion picture "The Strange
Visitor" which will be shown at the forthcoming Berlin
International Film Festival. In this film. German a''or
Hans Christian Blech iwrtrays a former Gestapo officer
who smuggles himself into the Negev after the war and
marries the owner of a small inn near Eilat.
Israel Newsletter
cause they believe attack is the best form of del
and claims the Jews were traditionally committed
to mundane powerlcssness and therefore the State
of Israel is an affront but he does not say to
whom it is an affront.
The diabolic Structuring of the author, who ex>
tracts from prophetic statements to suit his purpose
and selects phrases out of context will confuse lii,>
innocent Christian and delight those who believe
that the dispersion of Israel is the divine punish-
ment for the Crucifixion. Selzer should have read
"The Teaching of Contempt," by Jules Isaac and
"The History of Anti-Semitism" by Leon Poliakov.
The disarming style at the outset of the book is
predicated upon the author's avowed purpose of
writing an historical account of the Jews in fifast
Europe without footnotes or citations. He takes his
findings from a minute segment of the total history
sf the Jews, and his repetition of the ot-aoid tiles of
Polish and Russian pogroms arc calculated to win
him the reader's sympathy. This is but a blind, how-
ever, to lure the unpereoptive into accepting 'his
thesis. His account of the conversion1 of the Khazars
to Judaism and their apostasy 200 years later shows
his ignorance of the fact that the Krimchatki J-v.s
responsible for the conversion of the Khazars flour-
ished until after 1917. The Soviets liquidated them.
their institutions and their libraries.
In writing of the events in Poland. Selzer shows
he is unaware of the proximity of Germany to Po-
land, and of the anti-Semitism which raged unab;it?1
throughout Germany from the fourth Century on.
He belabors the concept that we are all afflicted be-
cause of tiie sins of our ancestorsa theory repudi-
ated in Ezckiel 18:20: ". the son shall not bear
the iniquity of the father with him ." Bialik has
declared, "Our banishment and dispersion to various
distant lands of exile has created different types of
Jews, as varied and sometimes as distant from one
another as east from west. While the differences be-
tween Ashkenazim and Sephardim are well-enough
known, there are no small differences within Euro-
pean Jewry itself."
In an attempt to win the confidence of the Jew-
ish reader, Selzer has attacked the Catholic and
Anglican churches. He fails to state, however, that
his reasons for faulting these branches of Christian-
ity apply equally to the Arab states -which are all
theocratic. The author dares not criticize Arabs or
Islam, since that would discourage Arab propa-
gandists from purchasing the book, and he depends
U|>on thm, the New Left, anti-Semites and a>-.:i-
Zionisls to insure the sale of this misguided and
deceitful volume.
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Railroads Are On The Wrong Track
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PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad's
* financial problems are not exactly
the kind of thing one would expect the
Israelis to worry about these days. Yet
stories of the big American railroad's
bankruptcy were featured in Israel's
newspapers-for two reasons. First, be-
cause it is considered a symptom of the
crisis in the U.S. econoniy, and second,
because Israel itself has railroad problems.
Even the lew so|>histicated Israelis are aware of the
connection between the state of America's economy and
American Jews'' ability to buy Israel Bonds, contribute
to the United Jewish Appeal and support the charitable
and cultural organizations in Israel. But Israelis are now
concerned about inflation, unemployment and the stock
exchange in the United States as elements of its .overall
Strength or weakness -which, in view of growing Soviet
involvement in the Middle East, worries them even more
than Bonds or UJA contributions.
The Pennsylvania Railroad story, however, was of
S|x-ciai interest because it coincided with reports that the
Israel Ministry of Transport, which runs the state-owned
railways, wants to eliminate passenger trains and con-
centrate on freight. The reason, as everywhere in the
world, is financial. Passenger service is not profitable.
In Israel, too, it Is a vicious circle: the service is not
good enough to attract enough passengers to cover
running costs. Because it runs at a deficit, there is no
money for investments needed to improve the service
to generate enough traffic to make it profitable. No-
where is this more evident than on the Tel Aviv-
Jerusalem line. While buses make the trip between the
two cities in about 1 hour and 10 to 15 minutes, the
train trip should take about an hour-and-a-half but
usually takes 15 to 20 minutes more than that. Trains
must slow down because the old rails, first laid down
by the Turks before World War I, are beine replaced by
modem high-speed rails at a snails pace dictated by the
minimal budgets available for modernization. And when
they finally arrive in Jerusalem, trains come to a stop
it an ancient station distinguished by being inconveniently
located for everybody whether he wants the but-incsi,
iLsui'iiiiai or government sections in both the Jewish
and the Arab parts of the city.
No wonder that of the 10.000 to 12.000 perstirs who
travel between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem on an a.vrap
day, only about 10'! take the train. The rest go by bus.
private car or "sherut," the regular inter-urban pe/vice
run by numerous taxi companies where one buys a
ticket and takes a seat in a waiting limousine atfiich de-
parts as soon as it fills up.
The railroad's management claims that many- if not
most of its problems could be solved if it became a pub-
lic company, and was no longer run as a goverrment
department. The company could raise the money from
banks, they say, replace its dilapidated equipment, to
make trains faster and more comfortable. If tralrs ran
on schedule, this theory goes, people would- prefej safer
and more relaxing travel by railroad, instead of using the
already overcrowded highways.
Government officials, however, view these clairr-s with
extreme skepticism. The Penn-Central bankruptcy only
served to increase their doubts about Israel's ability to
move against a seemingly world-wide trend towards get- .
ting railroads out of the passenger business to concen-
trate on hauling freight.
There are some who suspect, moreover.: that it is
not simplv the desire to cut a large deficit thai "makes
the government so eager to eliminate -passenger traffic.
The bus cooperatives are pressing for approval of higher
fares to cover their deficits. Elimination Of the corni>cti-
tion trains give them, the theory goes, should increase
their passenger volumeand profits-thus making, their
demands for higher fares less pressing.
This mav even make good economic sense, of course.
However, sentiment may yet save the trains that.traffic
could not support Reports of the impending cancel;
lation of passenger trains have aroused the mdignjtion off
manv of the good people of Jerusalemmost Qf.whoip
would never t!iink of using that method of Transportation
themselves. ... ,.
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LBGAL NOTICi
."TTuinTY judges court
iHS.Wfl' oaDE COUNTY,
SffTIGE TO CREDITORS
dic.7,- and All Persons Hay-
;.."',.' | ,...:.mls Against Said

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ky notified and required
' jaims iti>'l demands
huvr against 'I"' "*-
H natuan" deoeas-
. County. Florida, to
,s of Dade County,
in duplicate and as
lion 7:13.16, Florida
ir offices I" the Coun-
,. in Dade County. Flo-
,,, *\x calendar month* from
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UCAl NOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
,. No. 70,2196
IK RE: Estate i.i
k/n
SAjP.AH minster. :,
SADIE MINSTER
De< eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Bajd
Estate:
You ar(. hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which \ou may have against tile estate
of SARAH minster a/k/a SADIE
minster deceased late of Dade
County. Florida to the County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided hi Section
7:13.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the t'ounly QourttlOUM 111
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar monihs from the time of the
it Miami, Florida, this ,11st first publication hereof, or the same
will be burred.
Pitted at Miami. Florida, this 23
day of May. A.D. 1970.
SIMON MINSTER
As Executor
First puhliralion of this notice on
the ,'!rd day of July, l!'7ft.
TALJANOFF & WAIiLHR. BSQS.
Attorneys fur Executor
480 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida 33139
7/3-10-17-24
. e,h. A.l>. I''""-
KICHARDD. I.KVY
HARRY A. LEV*
As Executors
publication of this notice on
h day of July. ttW.
S KAPLAN, BoRTER.
IfON KKNIN
i for Executors
V First Street,
W0rt ,k COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2156
FRANK B. DOWLING
. 1-tate of
ErE fiscmbEIN
fei.s-.d.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
BTATE OF FLORIDA:
IT PERSONS INTERESTED
ID ESTATE OP SAID DECE-
.-,-.. hereby notified that a
-riiin.nl purporting to be
will and testament of said
i has b< n admitted to pro.
aid Court. You are hereby
seed w Ithln six calendar
from tl dale of die firs!
i ,n of this notice to appear j
, nurl and show cause, if any I
Why the action of said Court I
tlna said will to probate I
stand unrevoked.
FRANK B. DoWLIXG
County Judge
MB1 BA i'. DICK
Clerk
- KAl'l AN. PORTER,
nox & ki:n;.n
\\. Isl Street
. '..ri.la 33130
puhjli II i iiiis notice on
lay of July, 1970.
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2255
in RE: Estate of *
ISADORH coi.dbeiU: .
Decent !.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demanda Agalnal
Saiii Kstatc:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the es-
tate of ISADORA (iOLDBERti. de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, anil file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733716, Florida
Statutes, in Iheir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dalle County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 6th
day of July. AD. 1H70.
ANNA GOLDBERG,
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 10th day of July, 197ft
SHELDON N. LBLCHUK
Attorney for Administratrix
lit W. Flagler Street
Suite 204
Miami, Florida 33130
7/10-17-24-31
UCAl NOTKI
UCAL NOTKI
./-NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Tr-;= CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
v > NO. 70-11588
is, SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KJgll- DAVIDSON.
fcitVV '.
iH*v u:k'pa\ idSon.
Kl'riw'^nl,
O: J:Y >l V I.El; I'WIIiSON
pttesldence L'nknaw n
u. JIMMY LEE DAVIDSON, are
"y notified that a Dill of Com-
t' for Divorce has b#en filetl
-: '.i. and you are required to
a opy Of your Answer or PleaoV
i. lie Bill of Complaint on the
i h attorney, ROBERT II.
NS. ESQl'IRE. S30 Lincoln Road.
Bench, Florida and file the
InaJ Answer or Pleading In the
the Clerk of the circuit
t On or before the 3nl day of Aug-
1970. If you fall to do so, judg-
t by default will be taken against
for the relief demanded in the
of Complaint.
la lice shall be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-- JEWISH FloRIDIAX.
D<>NjJ AND ORDERED at -Miami.
Florida, this 26ih day of June A.D.
A B. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Clri-uo Court, Dade County, Florida
*' By: DoXAU) TAI'TEXHAN
Deputy Clerk.
Jreui? Court Seal)
ERT II BURNS, ESQl'IRE
Lincoln Road
mi Beaub, Florida
vrney for Plaintiff
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-4233 (Knuck)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMl'ELE. SMITH.
I'laiiitlff.
JAMES M. PHILUPS,
.1 & J MOTORS, INC.
* JIMCAR CO.. INC.,
i lefendants.
You. JAMES M. PEILLTP8, are
hereby notified that a CotnplHint In
the nature of a Creditors suit and to
enforce lien against the RVfc of R3/0
tST"S\i of s\\ ', of NEW of BWVi,
Sec :' TWP 86 South. Range 40 East,
Dade County, Fla. has been flleil
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney. SAl'l. T.
VON ZAMFT, IM2 Capital Bank
Bldg., Miami, Florida 10132, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Cleric of the circuit
Court on or before the loth day of
August, 1970. If you fail to do so,
judgment b} default will lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of i Complaint
This notice shall be published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISII FLORJDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 2nd day of July. 1970.
K n LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Couniv. Florida
By: N.A IICWKTT
I >cputy Clerk
(I'iri ill. ouri heal)
SAl'l. T. VON ZAMFT
Allorm y for Plaintiff
1312 Capital Haul; Hldg.
.Miami, Florida 33112
7/10-17-24-31
ri.la
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage
In buslneaa under the fictitious name
of ALLAN 6.ANFORD GRAPHIC
DESItl.N at 2137 N W. 18th Tcr .
Miami, Fliu intends to register said
nnnu- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RODGERS & RAYMOND ADV. INC.
B/26 7 3-10-17
J
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT
I VERNON .1 WILLIAMS, JR.
, \' Angeles, California
Oil ARE HEREBT notified that
RGAHET P. WILLIAMS has fil-
un action in the Circuit Court of
i i .ivi I' :.i 'Hi nil. iii and for
'funty, Florida, being Civil
iri No. '7ll-,lir.lf Rgnlns.t you (of
* audi you are-byreby require r.ve a. copy of your answer or
*r defensive' pleiiding U|s>n Plalii-
AWJirjuO'/ MAIITI.N LEMLICH.
ll.si-^i.vae Boulevard. Miami,
Ida, ami tb flic the original Our. -
Vitti Hbb Clerk of. aaid Court n
before. il\e ,4th day of Aug., 'J7n,
Mae* a DOTault will be entered
inst you for said relief.
ATKD this -:th day of June. 1870.
J H. LEATMCllMAN. Cl^ERK
. By; C. I,. AI,i:X-\S'Di:U
Deputy Clerk
- '. .7/3-10-17-^4
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acta of 1941
File No. 70-A-367
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
THEODORA I.AZAKCS holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 9HI3
Issued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1!>6.
has filed same 111 my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to he
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade. Slate of
Florida, to-wit:
Ixit H Block 68. Lincoln City Sec
H. 1'lat Book 4ti Page 91, Section 17,
Township :-6 South, Range 40 East,
containing .17 acres more or less,
in the County of Dade, Slate of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the *ald certificate was in the
name of: WILLIAM WALKER.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described hereiu will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door on the first Monday In
the mopth of Augnst, 1!'70. which is
the 3rd day of August. 1970,
Dated this il'lli day of June. 1970.
i: a LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
By P. F. (II'IJJBTKAXU D C.
Circuit Court Seal
7/3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2116
John R. Blanton
In RE: Estate of
ALBERT l'KARL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Si.id Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ALBERT PEARL, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file same in duplicate anil as
provided in Section 73X.1 Statutes, 111 their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
dav of June. AD. 1M4
ANNA LEVKNSON
As Administratrix
First publication of this 'notice on
the 10th day of July. 1970.
ROBERT H. NEWMAN, ESQ.
Attorney for the estate of
ALBERT PEARL
801-805 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12160
UIT FOR DIVORCE
PARRIE LEW STOKES,
Plaintiff,
NATHAN STOKES,
Defendant*
TO: NATHAN STOKES
Route 8, Box K5
Bluoakes, South Carolina
You, NATHAN' STOKES, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed agalnal
you, and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. POLLACK & BARONE,
1700 N'.W. Tib Street, Suite inn, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Of tin- Circuit COWt on or before the
10th day of August, 1970. If you fail
to do so, judi in- ni by default will be
taken agalnal you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Coniijlaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIA-N.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, Ibis 7th day of July A.D. I.'7".
KB LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, bade County. Fli
By: C. (JOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Stall
law offices of Pollack & Biirone
17"" N'.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Atlornev(s) for Plaintiff
_______________7/10-17-24-31
IN THC CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-12167
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
FORECLOSURE
FI.A'II.EI: MORTOAOE COMPANY,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintitl.
vs.
joan DELEVBAI'X,
an unremarried widow,
Defendant.
TO: JOAN" DELEVEAUX
Hi Welrfleld street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU, .B'AN DELBVEAVX, an un-
remarried widow, arc hereby notified
that a Complaint for Foreclosure of
Mniluiigo lias been filed against you
on the following described property,
to-wit: .,
Lot 12 in Block S of BBMINOLE
lawn, according fco the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
lil at Page 4 of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida:
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage on
the Plaintiffs attorney, RONALD L
DAVIS. ESQ.. P. A., 417 Blscayne
Building. 19 W. Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 3:1130-Phone 379-2851, and file
the. original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
August. 1*70. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
This Notice shall he published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIIHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of July, 1970.
E. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dnde County. Florida
Bjr: C.L. ALEXANDER
Deputy Oerk
(Circuit Court Seal, m)MT.,4.n
NOTICE UNDER "FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of ARAtiOX APARTMENTS at 101
AragOB Avenue, Coral Gables. Flor-
ida intends to register sahl
With the Clerk of the Circuit
of Dade County. Florida.
HARRIS RICHARD
PROPERTIES. INC.
Harris Ootdberg
President
RICHARD & OROSS
Attorney for Harris Richard
Properties. Inc.
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Bead,. Florida
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE Or ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
g COUNTY. CIVIk. ACTION
. N. 70-12257
SUIT FOR DfVORCE
MVRTI.K McCOV.
Plaintiff,
Jessie CORDON M.i iv.
Defendant.
TO: JESSIE CORDON McCOY
Boa i::7, Route 3
Cordelle, Georgia
You. JESSIE GORDON McCOY,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required t,,
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on tin
Plaintiffs attorney. SANFORD II.
KRAMER. 1150 N.W. 14th Street,
Miami. Florida 3313U and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the j
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 14th day of -
August, 1970. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the. relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once '
each week for four cims^cutive wecka
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8th day Of July A.D.
1970.
E. 11. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dadu County, Florida
By; X. A. HEWKTT.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFORD H. KRAMER
1150 N.W 14th Street,
Miami. Florida 33136
Attorney lor Plaintiff
7/10.17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 70-11327
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
II u6;V HACKER and
Fl.iiREXCF. HACKER,
Plaintiffs,
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12275
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES ALVIN FKAZIER,
Plaintiff,
ANTOINETTE RITA CRAZIER,
Defendant
TO: ANTOINETTE RITA PKAZIER
14I9 South 29th Street
JAMES -MAIN' FRA/.IER.
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
you, ANTOINETTE RITA CRAZI-
ER, are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you, ami you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. QROVER
CIMENT M'EINSTEIN *i STA0BBR,
PA.. SS0 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida. 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in 111,* office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 14th day of August l70.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be 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 KLORIDIAX.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this Mh day of July A I'.
1970.
K. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. I.. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
OROVER CIMENT WEINSTEIN
ft BTAUBElt, P.A.
::."," Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/10-17-24-31
his wit..
ailit iff.-,
VS
JESUS A. COLICS and
C4 il.ES. his w Ife,
and OI'ILLERMO FERRER and
IOMETER lo FLi; NAN I lEZ,
Defendants
To: TO JESUS A COLES
......... COLES, his wife
c. o Organlsaclon Pan
Americana de la Salud
Ciisilla 5340
Guayaquil, Ecuador
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to foreclose a mort-
gage encumbering the following des-
I cribed property;
Lots 17 and 14 and the Bast One-
Half of Lots IS and 4::. less the
South 12S..', reec or the East One-
Half of Ixit 4::, and less the South
12S.5 feet of the West One!
Quarter of I,ot 44. and less the
North 130 feet of Lot 17, nnd less
the North ISO feet of the East
One-Half of Ix>t 18 of DAVIS
CITRUS FARMS, according to
the Plat thereof, as r,.....riled In
Plat Book 4. at Page of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida: and less the South u
feet of the East % of Lot 44
conveyed to City of Miami for
street and/or sidewalk pur-
poses,
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve n copy of your
Answer or oiher Pleadings to the
Complaint on tin* Plaintiffs' At-
torneys. HAROl o J. COHEN and
SAMUEL R. STARK'. 2701 Coral
Way. Miami. Fla. 33145, and file the
original thereof in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or be-
fore the 31 st day of July. 1970, or a
Default Judgment will l,u entered
against you.
Dated at .Miami, Florida this
dav of June. 1970,
E. n LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the i "ircull Court
By MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
r, 3ft 7 ::-in-i7
2Urd
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
1A50-S0 N.E. 139th St., North Miami
Fill, intend lo register said nann with
the chrk of tin. Circuit Court of Dad
County, Florida.
RONA1 n I. DAVIS and
CARt 'i. \ \'\' DAVIS
RONALD I. DAVIS, ESQ., P.A
417 Blscayne Bldg.
.Miami. Fla. 33130
Attorney in pro per
r, M 7 ::-10-i7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1038-B
In RE: Estate of
.MINNIE MYERS
I leeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MINNIE MYERS deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sane- will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day or April. A.D. 1970.
BSTELLE ORIHETZ
MILTON D. MITLEH
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the lnth day of July. 1OT0.
MYERS, KAl'l.AN. PORTER.
LEVLNSOX & KENIX
Attorneys for Executors
1150 S.W. First Street,
Miami, Florida
7 10-17-24-81
name
Court
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names
of A V r; SLIDEI.AH: and
FII.MLAB at -".i.'.O South Dixie High-
way, Sujte 207, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol Dane
County, Florida.
Ihivld Kent
JOHN ALTEKMAX
Attorney for Applicant
414 Dupont Plaza Center
Miami, Florida 33131
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SUNSET LIGHTING, INC. .V.mo
S.W. "3rd St.. Miami. Fla, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Dated at Miami this Sth day of
July 1970.
MIGUEL QI'ETGLBB,
President
WALTER MACKOUL
Attorney for Applicant
1819 City National Bank Bldg.
Miami. Fla. ;:::130
7/10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2304
George T. Clark
In RE: Estate of
HENRIETTA EDMOND
De. luted.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I', r
Having Claims or Demanda Against
Said Rstuto:
You ar, ber.by notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of HENRIETTA KDMOND
decease.i late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to iin- County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section
783.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the sunn-
w ill barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
dav ..f June, All 1970,
DAVID ED.MI i.ND
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tlie L'l'.th day of June. 1970.
TAI.IANOFF a\ WALLER
Attorney for Executor
420 Lincoln I'.oad
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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
Ng. 70-10994
rill.DA AI.ONSo
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROPOLFO ai.onso
I icfcndaut.
You, RODOLFO Al.oNSO. resi-
dence 60S \v. 173rd Btreet, New
York. N.Y. 10083 are required to file
your answer lo the complaint for
divorce with the clerk of the above
Court and serve a .-opv thereof upon
HERMAN COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11
Congress Hldg. .Miami. Florida 33132
on or before July 24th l'.i7", or else
this complaint will be taken as con-
'"--hI.
DATED: June 17th 107".
E B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court
By: c GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
6 26. 7/3.10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HI'I.LWOKKER COMPANY at
4500 Northwest 135th Street, Miami.
Florida 33064 intends to register said
name with the Clerk Off the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GREHNI-AND STUJilOP, INC.
/s' Manuel Or+*nwnld
Manuel Greenwald, President
PAI.UrT. I'OIM'HLI..
GOODMAN SHAPO
Attorneys for
c.REF.Nl.AND STUDIOS. INC.
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of O. M. 1'OOD PRoDCCTS at 1751
N.W. loth St., Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Chrk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
ORLANDO Mil.IAN
8 19-28 7'3-10
NOTICE UNOtH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN LYNN APARTMENTS at
33S-30U) St.. Miami Beach, Flf, in-
tend to register said name with the
Chrk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County. Florida.
RONALD L. DAVIS and
CAROL ANN DAVIS
RONALD L DAVIS, ESQ. P. A.
417 Blscayne Bldg.
Miami, Fla. 23130
6/26 7/3-10-17


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ADL Charges Three
Japanese Firms Bow
To Arab Boycott
NEW YORK (JTA) Two
r Japan's leading automobile
Manufacturers and Japan Air
Lir.es have been charged with
B Emitting to the Arab boycott
a Israel. The charges, and the
information on which they were
were detailed by Arnold
Forster, chairman of the Con-
Jaence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations'
anti-boycott committee.
Mr. Forster, who is general
counsel for the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B nth, a con-
stituent of the Presidents' Con-
id (nee, named Toyota Motor
Co. and Nissan Motor Co., pro-
ducer of Datsun vehicles, in ad-
< ion to the airline.
Nissan, which ranks second
among Japanese industrial con-
cerns, at the beginning of the
year was fourth in foreign car
gales in the United States, with
Bome 600 dealerships. Toyota
ranks second in the U.S. foreign
car market with about 800 deal-
ers, But both companies have
consistently refused franchises
.:(! dealerships in Israel, a na-
tion that imports more motor
vehicles than any single Arab
state.
Mr. Forster declared that
both companies do business with
Arab countries but refuse fran-
chises for Israel because of Arab
boycott threats. He reported
that he and Lawrence Peirez,
chairman of ADL's fact-finding
department, were told by Seisi
Kato, Toyota's executive vice
president, that the company
which trades wth Egypt"en-
countered boycott threats" when
it consdered doing business with
Israi 1.
A letter from the Nissan
Motor Co. to an Israel motor
sales firm which had requested
a dealership last year said: "We
are now exporting 20,000 units
a year to the Arabic countries
. According to the boycott
resolution the transaction
with your country will surely
result in the total ban of our
expert to the Arabic countries."
Japan Air Lir.cs, the ADL
counsel said, has been stalling
en a mutual landing agreement
with El Al Israel Airlines since
1967, but has recently shown
some signs of changing its posi-
tion. The agreement would pro-
vide landing rights in Japan for
El Al, and the same rights in
Israel for JAL, whose Europe-
Far East flights pass over the
Middle East. An Israeli delega-
tion is scheduled to meet with
Japanese air authorities in To-
kyo July 20.
Japanese firms have surren-
dered to Arab boycott demands,
it was explained, partly because
the Japanese government has
failed to adopt a policy which
would protect them from Arab
pressures. Defiance of the Arab
boycott is fairly widespread in
other nations, it was noted, be-
cause the governments of those
nations took firm measures to
prevent restrictive trade prac-
tices fostered or imposed by
foreign countries.
Many Japanese firms, it was
revealed, have in fact ignored
the boycott, and continue trad-
ing with both Israel and the
Arab countries.
U.N. World Youth Assembly
Marked By Disorder, Protests
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Disorder continued this week at
the United Nations World Youth
Assembly, which opened here
last Thursday. Israelis and anti-
Israelis clashed verbally, and
about 30 delegates walked out
in protest over the exclusion of
South Vietnamese and Nation-
alist Chinese speakers.
Dennis Praeger, 21, a Brook-
Ivnite representing the world
Hillel organization on the U.S.
delegation, drew both cheers and
cheers when he declared: "The
World Youth Assembly does not
represent the world, certainly
not youth, and has been more of
a circus than an assembly."
The Assembly's World Peace
Commission observed a moment
of silence "in memory of the
the oppressed peoples who have
lost their lives fighting for na-
tional liberation" Tuesday at
the suggestion of Sierra Leone's
representative.
143 To Participate In
Sherut La'Am Program
^Jewish Floiridiaii
Miami, Florida Friday, July 17, 1970
Section B
NEW YORK 118 American
d Canadian graduates left for
Israel this week, where they will
iid one year in various capaci-
9 ties ,ch as teachers, social work-
ers and instructors. Another group
>i -3 young Americans and Ca-
ii liana will leave Wednesday, July
28 to -|xnd a year working at
K '.,' Nachsholim.
Before leaving, the participants |
"in the college graduate program
attended a four-day orientation
course at Weiss' Farm, So. Branch,
N..J. where they were welcomed by
Yihoshua Leor, the national co-
ordinator of Sherut La'am in the
U.S. Upon their arrival in Israel
they will spend the first three
months in an ulpan( language
workshop) where they will study
Hebrew and prepare for their
work during the subsequent nine
months. Most of them will be
placed at development towns
throughout Israel.
Sherut La'am, which was initi-
ated five years ago, operates un-
der the auspices of the Jewish-
American Section in cooperation
with the American Zionist Youth
Foundation. Its program enables
youne Americans and Canadians
to take part in the development of
Israel and become acquainted with
the new social forms being devel-
oi>ed in the country. Since its in-
ception more than 1.250 young
people have participated in the
program.
Floridians participating in the
program include Susan Brown, of
North Miam, Marilyn F. Holzman
cf Pensacola, and Terrence Roth-
man, a Miamian who was already
in Israel.
Commissioners To Present
15 Teenagers With Awards
Youth Advisory Board commen-
dations will be presented to 15
outstanding teenagers by Metro-
politan Dade County Commission-
ers before the regular commission
meeting Tuesday.
Heading the list of students to
receive the award are Kathy Dion
and Kathleen Martin, who have
devoted their efforts to helping
young children. Others being rec-
ognized for their dedication to
school and community, their lead-
ership and high moral standards
in the ceremony scheduled for 9
a.m. are Cathy Boehm, Ira Philip
Buchwald, Clyde Dinnell, Scott
Douglas Hang. Jan Irwin, Jill II-
lene Levy, Robin Reiter, Lamont
Roberts, Angela Robinson. Kim
Savage, Ian Jeffrey Silverman,
Gailann Tajen and Alfred Union,
An enthusiastic crowd attended the 22nd
annual patriotic rally sponsored by Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association in cele-
bration of Independence Day. From left are
Chase Federal's vice president, George
Valentine, who gave the message of wel-
come; Samuel Pascoe, chairman of the
event; U.S. Sen. Spessard L. Holland, who
was given a special tribute for his long and
outstanding service to the state and to the
nation and was given a standing ovation,
and Charles L. Clements, who introduced
Sen. Holland.
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Paqe 2-B
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Fridoy. July 17. 197Q
!
BY S. i. GOLDSMITH
The story of two Russian 3ewa
1 an about to relate is the story
of ail the Jews-of Russia. Multi-
ply it three million times and you
h-.vv the position of Russian Jews
in terms of daily living, and the
clash between QMd Jewish roots
and the anti-Jewish atmosphere in
the Soviet Union.
The two men I talked to it was
a friendly, drawn-out conversa-
tion bMwvi'll acquaintances be-
coming friends while talking, rath-
er Hmn a question-answer inter-
view are both highly qualified
observers, well-informed, extreme-
ly rereeptivr. remarkably balanc-
ed, of analytical minds, who MM
suppress Impulses ;-.nd come to
l HHf conclusions.
I rannot reveal their names. I
wish I could. It would add so much
point to their reports. But mem-
bers of their families are still In
the S-wiot Union. While not lack-
ing in courage themselves, they do
not reel they should be darinc on
b-half of others. ... I must con-
fine myself to saytnc that one of
them is professor, a world att-
thorlty on a b-aneh of the life sci-
ences, who took up in Israel, a
0 mpte of years ago. where ho had
left off in Moscow on his departure.
Th.? professor had a compara-
tively easy time in Russiii. evR) as
a Jaw. The o;h r one. a highly
qualified p: al man who
tut less 1 lan a yea* ag
occupyini i y i esp -
p sition in the Israeli
industry. H ither a bad
1 in Russia, c:nd was exiled to
sap ster.
Hon to Slga P tttions
We were having lately a large
til ons. op r. :
5 > let Jews, it is
c e lay to circulate

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tnem abroad. The liberal elements
do it all the time. But how are
such Jewish petitions being signed,
I was wondering. What are the
mechanics of writing and slgnMR
a petition or an op-en letter in th-.
Soviet circumstances?
The professor explained thnt it
was not as complicated as it ap-
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oucs which are a safe and con-
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O'^n Correspondents handle s*'rh
I stories like any other piece of
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There are also numerous for-
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sulates. Finally, there are thou-
sands of tnurists who ask about
I conditions and listen to reports
in the ordinary way tourists do.
Western tourists sometimes don't
even realize that it is not done in
Russia.
lahotinskj. ll?
How come (he professor, who
was not personally persecuted as |
n Jew. had become mi ardent Zion-
ist long Ijeforo his departure to
Israel? True, he suffered some
mild insults at school as a Jew
But many an American or British
Jew suffered similar treatment as i
Jews and did not become Zion-:
ists. .
It was not simply school mom- j
orios. he atd. but school memor-
ies revived and underscored by
convincing arguments, present-day
reilities and careful reflection. A
watershed was an essay by Vladi-
mir Jabotinskvwritten in 1912
which he stumbled upon by chance.
Jabotinsky's case was not only
brilliantly argued but fitted the
Soviet conditions no less than it
had fitted the Crarist conditions.
Then came news of the resist-
ance to the British rule in Pale;-
tine. the Haganah. and the rest.
Th-s was fohowed by news of the
illegal Aliyah, the Israeli war of
independence, and then the lftvl
war for the prevention of the de-
struction of Israel. All these mo-
mentous events Were landmarks
in the ilevelopment of the proces-
sor -and countless other Russian
Jews. But for him it was a Ions
haul. He had fo wait twenty
years, and to go to Israel without
the official Stamp of "Ovir." th-
department dealing with exit per-
mits and registrations.
What happened to his parents, a
distinguished scholar and h's wife,
still in Russia, living quietly in
retirement?
To be fair some very drastic, hut
unpleasant questionings. First,
they were asked to denounce thei'-
son's publicity. The motlu-r ans-
wered for both: NO, parent* denounce their children, unless
they are not normal parents. Th.-n
they were asked to sign a paper
declaring that they were not
against their son residing abroad.
This they did.
Th father was questioned again
three times and finally given Kits
son publicly. The mother an*.
it what you like." There is no rec-
ord as tu what he did with it. ,
But this was not the end.
A falsified and mendacious ar'i-
cle appeared about the professor
in "Sovietskaya Rosslya," a popu-
lar rtftllv Sereine thv Russian R..
public of the USSR. Then the pro-
lessor was deprived formally of his
Soviet citizenship. Rather heavy
weather about a man who went to
settle in another country .you would
say. Rut this was not an Isolated
case. It was not a stupid bureau-
crat acting silly.
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MATTER OF FACT
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the column
.tterred to in lst week's JTA release
Which revealed the changes made by
the Soviets in the SAM-? missiles be-
Ino used by Egypt. In spit of afftelA
Jentals. the accuracy of this report
t*ems comparatively certain.
WASHINGTON We have
wj-.ow received what is pretty
lure to prove the most impor-
' lani part of the Egyptian answer
- which really means the Soviet
^answer to the great new Amer-
ican "peace initiative" in the
tMiddle East.
The answer takes the form
of a modified SAM-2, with elec-
tronics systems so radically im-
proved that it really amounts
to a brand-new Soviet missile.
The new missile has just made
Its ugly debut on the Suez front.
In fact, considerable numbers of
thtse new missiles haw been
Bwiftly deployed in prepared em-
placements, on a line about 10
Jniles to the west of the Suez
SCanal.
This was the real reason for
the unprecedented loss of two
Israeli Phantom jets, in one day,
^together with their entire crews.
The mission of the Phantoms'
4tliers was to destroy the newly
occupied SAM-2 emplacements.
They were flying at altitude, in
errier to avoid the Soviet ack-
tck guns that the Egyptians
ave also deployed along the
Canal in concentrations of extra-
ordinary density. With the old-
odel SAM-2s, it was always
Her to risk a missile-hit at high
altitude than to risk being hit
untrue.
ack-ack guns in low level
[One must wait and see (and
ay i while the Israelis seek a
ctical-tcchnical answer to the
;ht. But with the new mis-
siles this proved to be tragically
new Soviet missiles. Such an-
swers are never found without
men giving their lives to find
them At best, therefore, this

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will be a cruel business for the
tiny Israeli air force.
At worst, no answer to the
new Soviet missiles will be found
by the Israelis; and this will be
far more terrible. If they can-
not be destroyed or defeated,
these new missiles can, in fact,
give air protection to the entire
Egyptian bank of the Suez Ca-
nal. With their known range of
20 miles, they are obviously de-
ployed to do just that.
This will be a grim further
stage in the process that began
when Soviet pilots and Soviet
SAM-3 missiles placed an effec-
tive air umbrella over the other
95% of Egypt's territory. Only a
strip along the canal was then
left as a "free zone," and this
is why the Israeli air force has
concentrated all its attacks
within this narrow strip.
The strip along the canal
bristles with Egyptian artillery,
and it is crowded with Egyptian
tanks and troops. Worse still,
the Egyptians have been mak-
ing desperate efforts to build
fortified SAM-3 emplacements
in this embattled strip. And one
of the Israeli air force's primary
missions has been to destroy
these emplacements before they
were ready for use.
If no answer is found to the
new Soviet missiles, they will
make it infinitely more costly
to destroy the SAM-3 emplace-
ments. And if the SAM-3s are
ever put in, the combination
of their low-altitude capacity
with the new missiles' high-alti-
tude accuracy can too easily
give the Soviet-Egyptian part-
nership nearly complete control
of the air over the Suez Canal.
To see what all this can
mean, think of a little city of
the old times, strongly walled,
with obviously brave men to
man the walls, but heavily be-
leagured by numerous and cruel
enemies. Remorselessly, the en-
emies push the great battering
ram forward, toward the city
gates.
On the walls, the city's de-
fenders make desperate efforts
to destroy the huge shield
the "turtle shell," the Romans
called itthat protects the bat-
tering ram and the men who
operate it. But the shield is too
strong for the city's defenders.
The rending crash of the ram
against the gates at length be-
gins to resound through the
little city's streets. And so that
city's tale comes to an untimely
end.
In the present case, the "tur-
tle shell" is the air umbrella
that the Soviets have been giv-
ing to Egypt by stages, begin-
ning with the arrival of the first
SAM-3 missiles with Russian
crews in early spring. The bat-
tering ram, of course, is the very
large Egyptian force, with great
superiority in numbers, in artil-
lery and in tanks, that is de-
ployed along the canal's Egyp-
tian bank. And the battering
ram will reach the gates if and
when control of the air over
Suez passes to the Soviet-Egyp-
tian partnership.
Since one classical comparison
has already been made, perhaps
another is in order. The emperor
Nero merely fiddled while Rome
burned. And here we have the
entire U.S. Senate wholly pre-
occupied with fiddle-faddling
about Cambodia, where this
country and its allies have scor-
ed a major military success,
thus greatly offending them.
And while the U.S. Senate
fiddle-faddles, Irsael's peril
deenens. Bv deepening Israel's
peril, too, the Soviets come ever
closer to holding the whole Mid-
dle East in fee. Nowadays, in
truth. Nero begins to look like
a serious statesman.
RABBI BERNARD COHEN
Science and Language Center Lec-
ture Hall Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, under the direction of
Rabbi Bernard M. Cohen, who was
a guest speaker last March in
Harry's Coleman F: CarroH Lec-
ture Series.
Rabbi Cohen, United Hebrew
Congregation and visiting lecturer
of Jewish History at St. Mary of
the Wood College, Terre Haute,
Ind., has served as chaplain of
Indiana's federal penitentiary and
of various hospitals In that state.
He has been chairman of a num-
ber of educational, mental health
and human relations committees,
also.
The workshop, w'hich comes
under the general heading of "Ju-
daism Today," will begin at 7:30
p.m. Monday, when the topic will
be "A Bird's Eye View of Judaism
Through the Eyes of Moral Ques-
tions Today." Tuesday's lecture is
on "Symbolism in Religion and Its
Importance," and will begin at
4 p.m. The lecture Wednesday,
also at 4 p.m., will take up "The.
Minor Prophets: Contributions and
Modern Role."
In his previous appearance here.
Rabbi Cohen discussed "The Hope-
lul Trend in Religious Ecumenism
on the College Campus and in the
Community."
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Friday, july 17, ^



Mrs. Girt Bossak On BBYO Camp Faculty
Mrs. Girt Bossak, Florida Re- j and Convention at Camp B'nai
' gbili BBYO Director, will serve on j B'rith, Starlight. Pa., and will pre-
| the faculty of the B'nai B'ril
1 Young Adult Judaism Institute
The Woman's Cancer Associa-
tion of the University of Miami
sponsored its annual Ifisa I'm-
verse Fashion Show and luncheon
this past Monday in the Grand
Dnttrouni of the Fonntaincblomi
ll'Xei. Modeling fashions from the
Mary Norton collection were par-
ticipants in the Miss Universe c\n
test. The models also included Miss
Univwne of 190S and 1969. Mist
I'.S.A. J970.
Guests were also judged on their
attire. The ten finalists for "best
dressed woman'1 selected included
women in almost every range of
attiiv minis, longnettes and
pants.
The winner of the Most Fash-
ionable Fcmme Contest was Miss
Etteefl Swartz. She wore a white
fcilk crepe mini, topped with a navy
tohie torso length sleeveless vest.
Her skirt was pleated, her ton;:
sleovcswcre cut in the bishop style.
i long red. white and blue silk
Mart was at the neckline, and a
kaiartry tailored navy and white
hat completed her erwemhle.
One of the runners-up was
Upronoss de Morn ijr. Heft a the
lontruette fashion worn in a pants
feftsemble. The lightweight Kali in
fcatton fabric was sprinkled with
beige and sand. A. brown anil
White sheer scarf was worn at the
neckline of her long-sleeved, mid
calf length top. Brown leather'
,\rjos. including gloves, a
side turn-up brim hat. and ju the-right-shaped, shoes helped ere- ;
to a most fashionable effect.
General cha.rman of the event,
which gave all the p:ofits for Dade
County Cancer Association use,
was Mrs. Fred R.ivlin. She was
tl 11 ickstage, cueing the mod-
els on for the I n show, T it
r.r 1 brown were combined in her
I tted skirt and jacket ensemble
Hoi >i irj chairman Mrs. Don dd
w president of the W >m-
Association of the
V. rsitj of Miami. Her white;
i .. ... f a: imported woven
p ;- itared a high.detaHed
neckline and high yoke seams
whi h were accented with gold
l
Miss Carol Snary wore a Pucci
a lecture on^,"Judaism and
O" at the Annual Eastern
Advisors' Leadership Training In-
stitute next week.
The Institute theme is "Law of
the Land Is the Law Or is
It?" Discussions around Judaism's
view of dissent, civil disobedience.
will go to New York with her j leadership and communication will
; husband. Isaac, in order to be | h d'sciuued in small groups- B'nai
\ present when their grandson. B'rith Young Adults range in age
Samuel Aaron Fishman, celebrates from 19 to 26. Five chapters are
his Bar Mitzvah Aug. 15 at Tern- | currently being spear-headod in
\ pie Beth Kl, Brooklyn. N.Y. the State of Florida.
Berlins Go To New York
Mrs. Anna Berlin, current pres-
ident of Ranana Chapter of Miz-
i rachi Women and active in a
' number of Orthodox organizations,
films At local 7heat a ., j
Friday openings at local the,.'
ires include "Airport" at Miami
Miracle, 163r Avenue Drive-in; "Thx- Minx" a.
Mayfair and Sunset, and The Ha.
waiians" at the Normandy, Shorn
Olympia, Suniland and Twin I
Gables. Holdovers include "Gettin.
Straight" at the Carib and Park-
way; "Two Mules for Sister Saw
Si Byron and Palm Springs. aiv|
The Grasshoiixr" ar-1 "Hani
Contract" on the double bill s,
the Coral Way and North Dad*
Drive-ins.
original. It was in silk jersey and
his geometric print featured shades
of pink and purple interspersed
with white. Mrs. Amos Cortvtt"s
mauve ensemble was in matelasse.
Hor long jacket had a martingale
bcibxl back and her silk knit
blouse had the high jewel neck-
line. Mrs. James Quinn chose a
champagne colored sheer knit two-
piece ensemble. Her skirt was
pleated and he* jacket ended at
the hip line.
Mrs. Phil Brodatt was in a gold
linen two piece ensemble. Her
sleeveless fitted jacket was in a
modified cutaway style and was
trimmed with i>earl buttons. Mrs
Sidney Rente's moygashel ensem-
ble was in W, dgewood blue. Her ,
skirt and bodice detail were in
white. Miss Evelyn Mitch"-]! choso
an understated white silk linen
dress: Pearl and gold buttons cas-
caded down the front of her bodice,
and a touch of color was added
with a red. white and blue scarf
Guests were treated to vocalist.
Miss Irene Patti (Mrs. B. Boycr
Swartz). The new longer lengih
was featured in the Carmen net
sleeveless coat worn over black
silk creiw pants and long sleev<-d
blouse. Jet buttons were asymet-
rically aligned from top to ho'- !
torn. During the fashion show. Mi-ss
Israel. Moshit Ziporin. was out- j
standing as she modeled a white.
wet-look raincoat. It ended just
above, the knee, had a fitted Helt.
and was worn with a stunnin-:
black rain hat.
Card-Games. Party Set
Lincoln Chapter 1288. B'nai
B rith Women, will hold a card
and games party in the 100 Lin-
coln Rd. Club Room at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Hostess will be Flor-
ence Goldfarb, the chapter's cor-
responding secretary, who is cele-
brating her birthday.
Cocktail Dance For Singles
Singles are invited to attend the
cocktail dance to be held by the
Regency Club in the Zodiac Room
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Shirlee R Sorffer, Judge Sidney Segall
Exchange Their Vows At Beth David
T1-..... w
. CO.UK yoi all
udge and Mrs. Sidney L. Segall i in the National Council of Jewish
exchanged their marriage vows i Women. As a resident, of Tampa,
Friday July ">. In a religious \ she again b come involved in hos-
ceremony performed by Rabbi Sol pital work, and solved as associate
Landau in the. chapel at Beth | chairman of the gift shop at
nvi Mi mbexs of the immediate fam-
ily from' Tampa and Savannah.
Ca.. w.tnesstd the rites making
||he formfef Mrs. ShirU'e Barbara
Sni i; a former Tampa resident.
I the bride Of The Hon. Judge Segall,
nioi .nidge oi Dade County's
small Claims Court, who is now
Serving his fourth consecutive
ti'in: on the bench. He will begin
hs 16th year of judicial service
ex! nflhtn.
The daughter of Mr. ;nd Mrs.
Louis S^orovitz, prominent resi-
dents W Cornwall. Ontario. Can-
ada. l!w new Mrs. Segall received
a BaefieJor of Arts degree from
MeGiIlT University in Montreal,
The Judge's parents. Mrs. Sadie
Segall and the late Philip Segall,
were pioneer Miamians. When
they settled in Miami in 1910.
theirs was Mm fourth Jewish fam-
ily in Dade County, and Mr. Segall
was one of the founders of Beth
David Congregation, Miami's first
synagogue.
The groom's niece. Ivy Faske
served as maid, of honor. Maurice
M. Kaske. hrs brother-in-law, was
best man. Twins Garry and Barry
Faske, his nephews, came home
from the Boy Scout Camp near
Sebring where they are serving as
counselors this summer, especially
tc serve as ushers, and six-year-
old Robert Sorffer was junior
when .she majored in Economics groomsman.
and English. She was active in the I
leadership of the Combined Jewish ( After a honeymoon trip to New
Appeal of Montreal for several i Orleans, La., .Judge and Mrs. Se-
yeais a pauMtioss of the Jewish gall are making their home in the
General Hospital there, and active Dupont Plaza Apartments.
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Nathan I > ii sk\ is going to have a great
birthday coming up on July 19th. He is going
to be two-times forty years! No invitations have
heen sent out but he would like his friends to
com:' and help celebrate with him. It will be
Open House at Wtstvi *\ Country Club on that
Sunday from tight o'clock until ten-thirty. Ol
COtms the family will be there including, Julius
and Rose Dai sky. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Lerner,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luckslun, Mr. and Mrs. C\
Cohen, and Herbert and Joan Paige. It's going
to be fun.
FLAtiS TO TIIK KH.HT AND
FLAGS TO TIIK LEFT
And why not? It was the Fourth of July at
Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club. It rained,
so the outside buffet was changed to inside. But
it stopped in time for the fireworks. Children
and fire works go well together. There was
enough of each. Among the families there were
the Burton Levys, the Norman Browns, the Bart
L. Cohens, The Kenneths Treisters, the Donald
Rosenbergs, the Stanley Gilberts, the Mort
Weinbergers and the Dr. Edward Blums.
SHE'S SMART
I always knew that Mildred (Mrs. Morrisi
Gidney was smart but I didn't know that she
was this smart! She went to school and took
the real estate exam. She is now with Fen ton
and Muskat. She Is very excited at the moment.
Daughter Marilyn and her husband Howard
Frieden have moved here from New York. Of
course that means that Brian will have two
sets of grandparents to spoil him. The Gidneys
and Howard's folks, the Alex Friedens. besides
the assorted aunts, uncles and grandparents are
all here. Oh. Marilyn I feel sorry for you! You
might as well put your furniture out on the
sidewalk at your Bay Harbor apartment to have
room for the toys and visitors.
THI\<;s AM) STIFF
Am glad to know that Belle I Mrs. Irving)
Lehrman isn't perfect. She was just cleaning
her desk and just gent me a "Get Well" do
jigger that had been returned to her from Mt.
Sinai alter 1 had gone home last February.
One of my favorites, Doc. "Maurice" Klein, I
used to politik for him, called. He said he had
just wanted to know if I knew something that
he didn't. In my column he read that his son.
Judge Jerry Klein and his wife were at a party.
No, Doc, I don't know anything you don't It
was an error, Jerry is still a most eligible
bachelor.
But Judge John B. Howard and his wife
Alice (no mistake in this* are busy with either
call it traveling or weddings. They went to
their ne|>hew's wedding in New York, came home
and left for their niece's wedding in California.
You decide. Is that traveling or weddings?
..Traveling costs money but so do wedding prc-
''sents.
aces
had known each ofher for sixteen years while
their former spouses were alive. It's just great
that they got together. They have been having
a grand time in N. Y. where they keep an ape,
visiting New York and Richmond Va. wh pi
they have family. Now they also have an apart-
ment here in Miami Beach. Boris will have I
a little commuting as although he has a mat
er up north he is still the boss and wants to
know what is going on. They are going to
spend some time at Grossingers. V'era is such
a dear thai Boiis must be, too.
ANOTHER SEAR ANOTHKU CARD PAR TV
For years Marcie (Mrs. Aaron Kannen al-
ways asked Myra (Mrs. Aaron Fair" and me to
the Temple Israel card party. Last year she for-
got and we never let her forget that either. It
was such fun. Martha (Mrs. Carl Susskind* was
the fourth at our table. The thing about it is
that you see people whom you haven't seen since
the year before. The food was go:>d but the)
ran out of chicken sandwiches. Two wig expert.-,
were there and people were buying them like
crazy. But they didn't stop playing. I watched j
fascinated while one of the guys put a wig on
woman, cut it. teased it and set it and she !
didn't lose one minute of playing canasta. Some
of the women there were Mrs. Maurice Serotta
whose own mother Belle Levine didn't recog- *
nize her daughter Dorothy in a wig. She looked
adorable. Other guests included Mrs. Henry
Hlrech, Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky, Mrs. Robert
Levin, Mrs. Samuel Gray (that's Candy and
she always looks good enough to eat) Mrs.
Robert Grossman (selling something of course i,
Mrs. William Brenner ithe Miami one.) Mrs.
Harold Zeeaian. Mis. Herbert Sobel, Mrs. T ::
Green. Mrs. Lee Meyer, Mrs. Donald Rubin.
Mrs. Theodore Pritikin, Rhca Cashwin Glad-
win, Mrs. Alan Salomon, Mrs. Edward Cutler
Mrs. Alan SavitZ, Mrs. David Fcinberg, Mrs.
Roy Krochmal.
A PKCBLK DROPPED INTO TIIK WATER
For six years Helen (Mrs. Arthur) Winarick
has been dropping pebbles about this terrible
drug addiction into the waters of the community.
She has worked with committies and all that
bit. All she was doing was trying to shake up
the community. Well, it's certainly shook up
now. Helen is shook up too. The most exciting
thing has happened to her. She feels all three
tilings, proud, happy anil humble. She has b en
asked by the Justice Department in Washington
to be a participant on a five member panel at a
National Drugs Meeting on- Prevention in
Washington. She will be the only non-press
person on the panel. Most of you have heard her
talk at Metro and organization meetings. She's
got a mouth on her and knows her stuff. Siv
has been working on the drug hang up prettj -
steadily for the past six years.
,
Oii nl Overseas Line is offering Ocean Orient Lines, 25 SK 2nd
a special three-week cruise this Ave. is the local representative of
^TJ?cl&.lR the Orient Overseas Line. They Nort0 Shore Auxiliary MeetS
22.00;i-ton M/V l.smeralda will be W,U ^ B'ad to suPIj|>' >'ou witn a i North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
making the pre-] abor Day cruise special brochure containing the No. i Jewis Vel
between South' in California and complete itinerary of the Esmer-
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later, are $450 per person in the
"Columbian" cabins, and $585 per
person in the "Victorian" cabins.
The vessd will make three-day
Mop? in Port Townsend, Wash..
ided.
Sisterhood Of Beth David Welcomes 8 New Members
Eight new members are being | Kossin, Mrs. Jules Bagdan. Mrs.
welcomed by the Sisterhood of Stephen Toback and Mrs. Howard
Beth David Congregation, which Lessner.
Crofton and Duncan Bay on Van- Iias l,,ans for ma">' activities dur-
couver island before its final port. ,n* tht' coiling >'"'. They include
Vancouver, B.C.. is reached on i
Mrs. Leonard Herman, Mrs. Mor-
Scpt. 11. It will return to Southern lis Herman, Mrs. Morton Neiman,
California the first week of school. M,s Howard Schlol, Mrs. Jay
The Esmeralda. an all-first-
c iass ship, was built in Scotland
in ftsfe and is 78 feet wide, 610 Compete In Richest Race
World's Best Greyhounds
feel long and has four passenger
decks, swimming jwol, public
looms and .sports facilities. After
the \W9t Coast cruise, the ship
will continue from San Diego for
a four month round-the-world trip
to end early next year in San
Francisco.
Eight of the world's finest grey-
I hounds meet Saturday night in
] the sport's richest event, the
1 5100,000 International Classic, at
! Flagler Kennel Club. The dogs in
I (his race for a $30,000 first prize
i are the survivors of eight grueling
1 qualifying rounds, in which 80 op-
ponents were originally entered.
Each year the Classic is dedi-
cated to the nation deemed to
have contributed the most towards
The new membership luncheon,
theme of which was "Beth David |
Is In Your Future." was held at |
the home of membership vice
| picsident Mrs. Jean Tanenbaum.
Theme of the next membership
activity, a brunch to be held in
Mrs Albert Beer's home YVcdncs-
day, will be "Packing for Beth
David."
The ship's itinerary will include
Acapulco, Panama Canal, Port
Everglades, Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Paulo, Buonos Aires. Capetown, ,
Durban, Lourenco MarqucT (Mo- I tno jading of the sport. This ^cieA
Hadassah Convention Set
NEW YORK (JTAi The 56th
national convention of Hadassah.
the Women's Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will be held in
Washington, D.C., Aug. 16-19.
More than 2,500 delegates are ex-
to attend, Mrs. Max
resident, has
7anibiqu,.,. ".Mombasa (Kenya). I ^ 10tha AU? ^SlS^Si Mtmk' natin;l1 P
Singapore Hong Kong, Kaohsiung ^Miss" gt in the* "Miss' announced. They will
and Bashing (Taiwan), Kobe and
Yokohama.
hear reports.
Universe'-contest. will reign over i and parteipate in seminars and
the week-long Classic festivities, workshops. _L___
Moshit Ziporin, the lovely "Miss Israel" is shown as she
was being interviewed by Ed Gurien, production manaqer
lor radio station WMBM, Miami Beach, during Saturday's
"Miss Universe" Pageant at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
One of Israel's most attractive soldiers, "Miss Israel." who
is from Ramat Gan, said her real ambition is to continue
her studies.



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+.to*lst> Her Id/for
Friday, July 17. 1970
MRS. BIRSARD B. MILIEU
that his son should grow strong
and tall like the stately cedar. If
the newborn is a daughter, a cy-
press is planted symbolizing the
hope that the girl will become as
beautiful as the graceful cypress.
When the two children are united
J in marriage, two branches are tak-
. n from each tree to support the
chupa."
The bride's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Lester Cohen, and the groom's
brother-in-law, Frank Bauman,
were their attendants. They were
escorted to the chupa by their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. Abe B. Cohen.
al 2150 S\V 26th St.
After a honeymoon on the At-
lantic coast, the couple will reside
in Miami at 2150 S.W. 26th St.
Mr. Miller, who formerly was
associated with the Jewish Flor-
idian. is now with Sears, Roebuck
and Co.
Miller-Cohen
In accordance with an ancient
Jew:-h custom. Ceil Ethel Cohen
and Bernard B. Miller were mar-
ried under a chupa supported by
cedar and cypress branches July 5
ot the Marseilles Hotel.
The bride's brother. Rabbi
Nahum Cohen, who came from Is- ]
rael to officiate at his sister's |
wedding ceremony, explained the
origin of the unique chupa:
"According to tradition, when a
Jewish male is born, his father
plants a cedar tree as a symbol
Frank-Berke
Susan Berke and Dr. Benjamin
Frank were married in Temple
Beth David at 6:30 p.m. Sunday,
July 12. Rabbi Sol Landau and
Cantor William Lipson officiated
at the candlelight ceremonies,
which were followed by a recep-
tion for the newlyweds at the
temple.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Berke. 105 Shore Drive West,
the new Mrs. Frank is a graduate
of Coral Gables Senior High
School and graduated with hon-
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of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholas-
tic honorary, Sigma Phi Alpha,
dental hygiene honorary and Sig-
ma Delta Tau.
Her husband, who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Frank,
of Shelbyville, Ind., graduated
from Shelbyville High School and
received his D.D.S. degree from
Indiana University School of Den-
tistry, graduating with honors.
He is a member of Omicron Kappa
Upsilon. dental honorary, and Psi
Omega dental fraternity. A cap-
tain in the U.S. Air Force, he
has just completed his dental in-
ternship and will serve the next
two years at Tinker Air Force
Base, Oklahoma City, Okla.
The bride selected a gown of
candlelight silk organza and peau-
de-ange lace with empire bodice
and long bishop sleeves; her A-line
j skirt featured an aisle-wide train
appliqued with lace and a lace
headpiece held her bouffant veil.
Barbara Berke served as her
sister's maid of honor; a cousin
of the bridegroom, Helene Freed-
man, the bride's cousin, Mrs.
Kenneth Krebs, Elaine Aronovitz
\ and Geri Jane Cohen were the
bridesmaids. Serving the bride-
groom as best man was his broth-
er. Dr. James C. Frank; ushers
were the groom's cousin, Thomas
Friedman, Dr. John Fleming. Don
Thompson and Stephen Keith.
After a honeymoon in Nassau
and Bermuda, the couple will live
in Oklahoma City.
Sholdar-Eigner
Gail Eigner and David Sholdar
exchanged vows before Rabbi
Charles Rubel in the Seville Hotel
Saturday. July 11. The 9:30 p.m.
rites were followed by a reception
in the hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
dolph Eigner, 130 NE 171st St.,
North Miami Beach, the bride
graduated from North Miami Se-
, nior High School and the Univer-
' sity of Miami, where she was
| president of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority; she is now president of
the Greater Miami Alumni Asso-
ciation of Delta Phi Epsilon. Her
husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Sholdar, 1020 NE 170th
JTer., North Miami Beach, grad-
j uated from Miami Norland High
School and Miami-Dade Junior
College. He is presently vice pres-
ident of YMHA Young Singles.
The bride, who selected a gown
of white peau de soie trimmed
with Venise lace for her wedding,
was attended by Mrs. Sanda Vick-
ness, matron of honor, and brides-
maids Mrs. Debra Selow, Mrs. Sari
Alexander, Mrs. Bonnie Margolies,
Mrs. Sandra Eigner and Mrs. Myra
Goldapple. Michele Eigner and
Phyllis Eigner were junior brides-
! maids and Mindy Eigner served as
flower girl. Ben Eigner served the
groom as best man; the ushers
were Steve Vickness, Michael Se-
low, Robert Alexander, Marty
Goldapple and Anthony Grimaldi.
The newlyweds will honeymoon
on Miami Beach.
Greenbaum-Goldman
Acapulco, Mexico, was the hon-
eymoon destination for Fanny
Gcldman and her bridegroom,
Clifford M. Greenbaum, after their
vedding Saturday, July 11, at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz officiated at the 9 p.m.
j ceremonies.
An Eastern Airlines stewardess,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Goldman, 6210 SW 34th St., grad-
uated from Coral Gables High
School and attended Miami-Dade
Junior College. She flew for TWA
two years before joining Eastern.
Her husband, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum,
911 NE 84th St., graduated from
MRS. DAVID SHOLBAR *
North Miami Senior High Schoo',
attended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege and obtained his' degree from
the University of Missisippi early
this year.
For her wedding, the new Mr-s.
Greenbaum selected a -gown ot
candlelight silk organza with re-
embroidered white Alencon lace
appliques and beading. An Empir-
| bodice with Queen Anne collar
! and long tapered Juliette cuffel
sleeves topped the A-line skirt, t >
I which the cathedral length trail
! was attached. Her veil, formed b/
a cathedral-length mantilla o\v
an elbow-length puff of silk illu
' sion. was held by a tiara of de'.i
cately beaded orange blossoms ar.i
lily of the valley; the bridal bo*
1 quet was an arrangement of pin <
and white roses.
, i
Mrs. Adel Sarnoff. who senv!
1 as her sister's matron of honor,
1 was gowned in pink silk worste I
j with gold and white beading o i
i the bodice and a beaded headpiec
holding a floor-length veil. Mai!
of honor was another sister, Her-
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+J(/nisti noridfifir
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9
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MRS. CltTfORD M. GREENBAUM
riy Goldman, whose pink bodice
topped a candlelight skirt with
lightly beaded Venise lace band-
ing at the waistline. A matching
headpiece held her veil. Brides-
maids included- the groom's sister,
Mrs. Miriam GeJler. the bride's
cousin, Sandra Goldman, Mrs.
-Jackie Maresca, Joan Ziegler,
Roberta Kasper, Sheri Martin and
Candy Lynn Rosner. all of whom
rwere attired in gowns with candle-
light skirts and pink bodices.
Their floor-length veils were held
by Juliette caps with floral appli-
qu-.'s. and they all carried bouquets
of pink roses. Lisa Martin served
as flower girl.
The eroom's brother-in-law,
Manny Goller, was his best man;
the bride's brother-in-law. Steven
M. Sarnoff. Barry Broad, Alan
Dismuke, Edward Oddo. Jr.. Serge
Moranian and Donald Rochow
were ushers.
Mr, and Mrs. Greenbaum plan
to make thrtr home in North
Miami Beach when they return.
Beh rman-Kaplan
Cheryl Marcla Kanlan became
,-*h> bride of Michael Abbott Behr-
' mart, Saturday, July 11. in 8:30
p.m. ceremonies conducted by Rab-
bi Irving Lthrman in Temple
Emanu-EI.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Kaplan,
4310 Nautilus Dr., Miami Beach.
Sfie graduated from Miaiii Beach
S-'.ior High School and the
University of Florida, where she
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honorary society. Her husband,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behr-
man, 19301 NE 19th PI., North
Miami Beach, graduated from the
Miami Norland Senior High
School and is also a graduate of
l he University of Florida.
The bride chose an empire gown
of embroidered English lace, with
,mported Alcncon lace appliques
and a border of scalloped lace at
the hem and on the bell-shaped
sleeves. The stand-away collar
formed a portrait neckline at the
back and was trimmed with a bow
at the top of the attached chapel
train.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Alan
Kan; bridesmaids were Che-yl Kit-
man and Linda Steinheimer. The
bridegroom's best man was his
brother Jay Behrman; the bride's
brother, Jonathan Kaplan, Den-
nis Rockway, and Todd Kliston
ushered.
Freida Koch Adelsberg, grand-
mother of the bride and Mrs. Mar-
tha Gitter, grandmother of the
groom, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Koch
of Cocoa Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Leibowitz of Ocala; and
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gitter, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leanard Behrman of
New York were among the guests.
After a one-week honeymoon in
Jamaica, the couple will reside
in South Miami.
MRS. HOWARD A. fRIEDMAN
Friedm an-Marks
Ricki Ellen Marks and Howard
Allan Friedman were married
Saturday, July 11, at the Algiers
Hotel with Rabbi Harry Jolt offi-
ciating.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael R. Marks,, 6416 SW
14th St., is a graduate of Miami
Coral Park High School and is
presently employed as a secretary.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Friedman, 441 NE
175th St., is a graduate of Oak
Park High School, Oak Park. Mich.
He attended Miami-Dade Junior
College and is presently stationed
at Homestead Air Force Base as a
Spec. 4 in the Army.
The bride wore a floor length
gown of white voile, designed with
a molded bodice, high neck line
and bishop sleeves with wide cuffs.
The re-embroidery at the neck
line was repeated on her flowing
watteau train. Her sister, Jan
! Berg, who served as matron of
i honor, wore a yellow gown of
! floral flocking on sheer nylon over
i taffeta fashioned with a scoop
neck and long bishop sleeves. Her
bridesmaids, Karen Lefkowitz.
Rochelle Pace and Deborah Zeger,
were in identical gowns of mint
green.
MRS. MICHAEL A. BEHRMAN
Kasows Bring Home Trophies
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasow, who
lust returned from a trip to Port-
land, Me., brought home the four
trophies won by their granddaugh-
, ters. Joninna and Rebecca Sadoff,
! in the Maine State Invitational
i Junior Tennis Championships in
i singles and doubles. The young-
i sters are attempting to better last
, year's record 24 trophies as
j they continue on their New Eng-
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Friday, July 17. 1970
W*W*W** Ban Mityo&k
Jeffrey Epstein
Elliot Katz
.IKKFKBV EPSTEIN
ieffrey Michael, son of Mr. and
s. Mai tin Kpstcin. 6151 SW l(5th
St., will conduct the Friday night
- .vices at Temple Or Olom. and
' railed to the Torah as a Bar
I t/vah on Saturday, July IS.
Jeffrey is an honor student at
si Miami Junior High School, ;
\ here he will enter eihth grade,
I plays ol>oe and bassoon in the '
; rool band. He received a cer- j
1 Icatf of recognition from the
S utheast Florida Pharmaccuti-
c t Association for a scientific
,- pertinent, and an award at the
S utheast Florida Science Fair
>. is a patrol leader of Troop 68.
y Scouts of America.
Mr. and Mrs. Epstein will the Oneg Shabbat following
i e Friday ni^ht services, as well
i the Klddush Saturday morning.
the YM-YWHA Saturday eve-
i ig in liis honor.
Relatives present will include
,T it's great-aunta and uncles. Mr
; ,| Mrs M. L. Loewenbcrg. Mr.
,1 Mrs. I. S. Loewenberg and
J is. Irving Gardner from Chi-
,'o. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kp-
^in and Mr. and Mrs. David S.
] II. Miami Beach.
GREGG WIM.NEK
Gregg Franklin, the son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Joseph YViUncr. 7,Ti-81st
3t, Miami Beach, will become a
Bar Mitzvah during the 8:45 a.m.
lervices B1 AgUdath Israel Hebrew
nstitute Saturday. July 18.
An eighth grade Btudenl at
Nautilus Junior High School, the
celebrant received his religious ed-
icatlon at the Hebrew Institute.
Following the services, Gregg's
arents will host the Kiddush-
reception In his honor in the
-.chool building adjacent to the
synagogue.
ELLIOT KATZ
Elliot, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Allen KatZ, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at 11 a.m. Saturday. July
18. in Temple Beth Am. Rihbi
Arthur Steinberg will officiate.
Elliot attends Glades Junior
High School where he was a Stu-
dent Council Represent ntive.
Dr. and Mrs. Katz will host the
Kiddush following services and a
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dip meat in the flour, cover all over.
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Life With Mother Russia
Continued from Pg 2-
SoTWliiing interesting on the
genera) situation. The professor
aswrts. with all the authority at
his command, that religion among
Sovin Jews is a symbol of their
JewbhliCM ami not an affirma-
tiOfl of piety. Piety is a private
matter. Those Jews who go to
Ihe synagogues on Jewish holidays
look for their Jewish roots nnd as-
sert their Jewish solidarity. They
do not necessarily believe that the
synagogue service, as such, is
great momentum.
Jews- and others know al!
about Israel, Jewish life elsewhere.
Middle East politics and the rest Of
ii from the radio. Kol Israel is be-
ing listened to regularly by count-
J.ss people.
Riligion is not the issue. And
Ihe authorities know it very well.
They have by now scores of thou-
sands of applications, and they
know who the applicants are.
The professor makes the ixiint
that there are philo-Semites in
Russia as there had always been.
YevgeM Yevtushenko and Anna
Akhmatova are not always in-
clined to be vocal for obvious rea-
sons' It was easier to get away
with pro-Jewish attitudes under
the Oars. The rest are hostile in
various degrees. Anti-Semitism is
deeply imbedded and the authori-
ties can play it up at will.
The Priw of Asking Questions
My other friend comes from
Odessa. His fomily was assimikited
and he never considered himself
anything but a Russian. He knew
no Yiddish and was not interested
in it -but a Russian for that mat-
ter. All he knew was that his
family was Jewish, and he never
jittached the slightest importance
to it.
Then came the university years
and with them the realities of the
Situation*, He heard a"nd rend that
.Jews " thai they spent the war years in
the safety of Tashkent. At the
same time- 1947 news percolated
about the Jewish state. And then j
came the executions of Jewish in-'
teilectuaia and the 'Doctors' Plot."
Famous Jewish physicians and I
sargeons with international repu-
tations were described in official
newspapers as "assassins in white
gowns."1 And all the time the accu-
sation that Jews are "rootless
cosmopolitans." He could not take
it.
He and his friends started ask-
ing awkward questions. How
come Jews arc singled out? Why
Jews? Could anybody supply svi-
rtence that great doctors, who had
saved thousands of lives, were sa-
distic murderers? He and his
ftiends also acquired some book.':
on Jewish subjects. In a short time,
six of them were arrested. Three
were sentenced to '2'i years in a
labor camp; three to ten years. He
spent the years between 1048 and
1958 in Vorkuta, in the North.
There Wen many Jews in the
camp, and those who could not
take care of themselves fell vic-
tim to brutish anti-Semitism. The
authorities simply said that the
Jews got what they deserved.
There were also Nazis in the
camp, sentenced for killing Jews
during the war. They were given
better treatment. .
Football Team From Israel
In these days of the World Cup.
it may Ik- interesting to relate that
the first Jewish demonstration
which my friend witnessed aftor
his release from the camp was a
football match, of all things. He
came hack to Moscow from th"
camp to discover that the Israeli
national side was playing there
it was July. 1056- and that Tews
were paying one hundred rubles
for a five ruble ticket. The stadium
was full to capacity. The non-
Jews were secret service men and
professional sportsmen. Groups of
Jews stood up in the crowd and
sans "Hatikvah" as the Israelis
came out to play.
This identification with Israel
in its beginnings at the time is
now complete, according to mv
friend who left Russia only a few
months ago.
Young Jews study Hebrew and
Jewish history. Hebrew textbooks
are very soiree and previous. Ru*
they use Hebrew manuals pub-
lished in Germany under the Nazis.
Those can be obtained occasion-
ally presumably there was a
stock left over in what is now East
Germany. .
There arc countless groups who
learn Hebrew; Yiddish they iden-
tify with the despised Aaron Ver-
gelis and his "Heimlajid." They
also take the practical view that
Yiddish, alas, is dead and Hebrew
is the language of Israel.
Do-lt-Yourselr Memorial
My friend did not go back to
Odessa. He landed in Riga. Where
he discovered an intense Jewish
identification, especially among the
young. As all Yiddish inscriptions
had been removed from the me*
mortals to the martyrs of the
Nazi era. and mass graves turned
into rubbish heaps, young Jews in
Riga decided to clear up the site
of the mass graves of 52.000 Jew-
ish martyrs just outside the city.
They applied for ]>ermission to do
so. and it took nine applications,
and strong interventions, which re-
quired greal courage in the cir-
cumstances, to secure such per-
mission.
They not only worked on the
site, but also paid out of their
own pockets for the materials. To-
day, the site is a tourist attrac-
tion. The Intourist take travellers
there to show them what has been
done in memory of the martyrs.
Planted Ai;iiits
My friend points out that it
would not be bovond the KGB to
plant agents among those per-
mitted to go to Israel and after-
wards use their letters of com-
plaint to tarnish the good name
of the Jewish state. If so, thev
are wasting their lime. No So\iet
Jew believes this propaganda, and
many non-Jews also treat it with
contempt. There may be genuine
cases of disappointed immigrants,
still, hundreds of thousands of
Russian Jews want to go to
Israel.
Rabbi Yehuda Ijoih Levin, my
Wometco Theatres
friend says, is a pitiful cose, an
old and naive man exploited by
ruthless propagadists. By now, ev-
erybody knows it, and perhaps
tlffy will rifl\Y leave him alone to
study the Torah in peace.
A final point, and here I will
cfaote: "You read Yiddish, of
couise. so you wilt recall the
Warsaw Ghettb Revolt issue Of the
Soviet ish Helmland/ You will
have noticed that it was deserhVd
j as a Polish act at deathless hero-
, ism. Whereuiwh Polish Jews rc-
' turned their copies to ihe editor-
| ial offices, with letters telling
Aaron Vcrgelis, the editor, what
they think of hint. It was not a
few isolated eases. We know, fi\>m
inside, that almost all the suh-
SCTtbers in Poland took the trou-
bleand the risk! to return the
journal to Russia."
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Mrs. Sidney Gruber, outgoing president of the Crystal
Chapter. Asthmatic Childen's Foundation of Florida, turns
over the aavel to Mrs. Nathan Schoenberq, incoming
president of the chapter, which helps to support the phil-
anthropic non-sectarian Asthmatic Children's Foundation
Residential Treatment Center at 1800 NE 168th St., North
Miami Beach, where severely asthmatic children 6 to 12
years of age are provided inpatient care and treatment.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79909-B
IN RE: Estate of
SYDNEY R. BERGER,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution a.nd Final Dis-
charge as administratrix of the es-
tate of SYDNEY R BERGER, de-
ceased and that on the 6th day of
August, 1970, will apply to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County,
Florida, for appproval of said Final
Report and for distribution and final
discharge as administratrix of the
estate of the above-named decedent.
This 18th day of June. 1870.
Jeannette Bauman,
As administratrix
TAL1ANOFF & WALLER
Attorneys for estate
41;{i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida.
T '17-24-31 8/7
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PKOBATE
No. 70-2263
BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
ISRAEL T< >1)RAS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ana Ail Persons Hav-
Ir'B Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: _. i
. .. are hereby notified and re-
HUired to present any claim! ami <'-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ISKAci^ lUUKAa ue-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Floriua, this 8th
day of June, A.D. 1870.
UUSSIETODRAS
As Executrix
First publication of thiB notice on
the 17th day of July, 1970.
SIMONS, SIMONS & SIMONS
Attorneys for Executrix
3025 Coral Way
Miami, Florida 3314:,
7/17-24-31 8/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2504
In RE: Estate of
GRACE W. CRIGLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of GRACE W. CRIGI.ER
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the first publication
i hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of July. A.D. 1970.
Mabel Thompson
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17ih day of July, 1970.
ALEX E. CARLSON
Attorney for Executrix
14." Curtiss Parkway
Miami Springs, Florida 33166
7/17-24-31 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-12638
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
NANCY LeMEHAN',
Plaintiff.
PAT LeNEHAN
Defendant.
TO: PAT LeNEHAX,
Cunard Dine -
South Western House
South Hamnton. Enrland
YOU, PAT LeNEHAN, are hereby
notified that a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff':"
Attorney, IRWIN G. CHRISTIE, 28
West Flagler Street. Miami. Florid:.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the L'ls:
day of August. 11-70. If you fail t-
do so. Judgment by default will b
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint for Di-
vorce.
This notice shall be published once
each week f"- tnnr ,....*.- week*
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IKiNB and OKIIiCKbu a. ..Mam;
Dade County. Florida, this | ;:n ,|a\
of July. 1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN C|erk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Fla.
By: N. A HEWITT
Deputy Cleri:
IRWIN G. CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaintiff
28 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida ___
7*7-2-1-31 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-12121
NOTICE OF SUIT
DEI/>RES ANN PARKER,
Plaintiff,
v.
RICHARD HENRY PARKER,
Defendant.
TO: RICHARD HENRY PARKER
3-Senview Avenue
Ocean Grove. New Jersey
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorneys HOLLANDER & PESTCOE.
708 City National Bank Building. 25
West Flagler St.. Miami, Florida 33130
and file the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
above Court on or before Aug. 14th
1970. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Cora-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED this 7th
day of July. 1970.
E. B LEATHERMAN'. Clerk
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
7/10-17-24-31
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.
DOROTHY SMITH,
Defendant.
TO: Dorothy Smith
1321 Richmond Hwy.
Richmond. Virginia
You, DOROTHY SMITH, 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 BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, ROBERT H BURNS, ESQ..
350 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27th day of
July, 1970. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
Tin- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of June A.D.
1970.
E.B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQUIRE
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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LEGAL NOT ICfc
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12674
SUIT FOR DIVORCF.
ETOILE R. CHURCHILL.
Plaintiff,
vs
JAMES M. CHURCHILL,
Defendant.
TO: JAMES M. CHURCHILL
Residence unknown
You. JAMES M. CHURCHILL, nru
hereby notified that a Hill of Cott-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, POLi-ACK &
YOCOM. 1700 Northwest 7th Street
Suite 100, Miami, Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of tlw Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
August. 1970. If you fall to do so
Judgment by default will be taken
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 FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 15th day of July A.D.
1970
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
POLLACK & YOCOM
1700 N.W. 7th StreetSuite 100
Miami, Florida (642-9996)
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/17-21-31 8/7
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12679
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCEDES SUAREZ deMARQUEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs
GUSTAVO LAZARO MARQl'EZ,
Defendant.
TO: GUSTAVO LAZARO MARQL'EZ
Residence Unknown
You. GUSTAVO LAZARO MAR
QUEZ. are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, ami you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney.
LESTER ROGERS. ESQ., 1454 N.W.
17th Avenue. Miami. Florid i 23125
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of Ihe
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
day of August, 197". If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four cnneoiitlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED lit Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of July AD.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LESTER ROGERS. ESQ.
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33125
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/17-24-11 8 .'7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84844
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
ANNIE MORRISON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per.s.ins Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ANNIE MORRISON
deceased late of Dade County, Flo-
rida, t,o the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 73.1.16
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13
day of July. A.D. 1970
MARY FRANKLIN
RUTH MORRISON-
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Execute-*
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of July. 1970.
SIMON, HAYS & GRUNDWERO
Attorney for Executors
301 Ainsley Building,
Miami. Florida 33132
7'17-21-ri 8/7
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida stat-
utes Annotated (1941) Warehouse-
men and Warehouse Receipts wherein
ABE VAN LINES a Florida corpora-
tion by virtue of Its warehouse lien
has in its possession the following de-
scribed property:
Used Household goods as the property
of Mr. David Hunsucher whose last
known address was 6508 Colony Drive
Men-it Island, Fla. and that on the
7th day of August, 1970 during the
legal hours of sale, mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 2:00 in the after-
noon at 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida the undersigned shall
offer for sale to the highest bidder for
cash In hand the above described prop-
erty of Mr. David Hunsucher.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of July 1970,
7/17-24
Obituaries
CEF.F, David Francis Sr., 58, 880
Venetian Dr. Riverside.
CHABOFSKY, Sophie, 75, 737 11th
St., M.B Riverside.'
GRIFFIN.William Vivian Jr., 67.
31-A Venillan Way, Belle Isle.
Ni wnian.
HALPERN, Joseph. 8", 10261 S.W.
110th St. Newman. Interment ML
Nebo.
HOLWASSER. Marion. 78, 390 NE
135th St. Riverside.
LATKIN. David, 75. 3800 Collins
Ave., MB. Riverside.
TIKSCH, Dr. Harry. 70, 10185 Col-
lins Ave., Bal Harbour. River-
side.
TOWN, Herman, 6ft. ftlO West Ave..
M B. Newman.
BERLINGHOFF. James S., 96
N.W. 16ftlh St. Riverside.
CI'TLER. Minna, 70 1500 Bay Rd.,
MB Blasberg.
CERDES, Anne. 50, 2033 Calais Dr.,
M n. BlRberg
SIMON, Harry, 74, 850 Meridian
Ave.. M.B, Hiasberg.
SIRSKY. Irving.
1310 N.W.
178th Tcr. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Sinai.
WIDDER, Minnie, 80, 1200 West
Ave MR. Riverside.
FIXLER. Margie. 56, 945 10th St..
.M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
RASKIN. Ida EX, 74. 6495 Indian
Creek Dr. Riverside.
BRECKER, Donald. 20. 2C21 N.W.
GARSON. Rose, 69. 1500 Collins
135th St.. N Miami. Riverside.
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
GOLDFRAB, Mollle. 75, 736 12th
St., Interment Mt. Sinai.
GOLDMAN, Sidney. 50, 4480 N.W
7 Ct., Plantation, Fla. River-
side
KINGOFF. Rose. 90. 320 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
LONDON, Abraham N.. 82, 828
Euclid Ave., M.B. Riverside.
NOVACK. Dr. Harry J., 84, 1788
N.B 181st St., N.M.B. River-
side.
RICHMAN, Harry, 1446 Lennox
Ave., M.B. Gordon. Interment lit
Nebo.
ROSENBERG. Ida. 67. 1050 Wash-
ington Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
SKLAR, Fannie, 6886 Brest Es-
61anade, Normandy Isle. M B.
.iverside.
TARR, Harold. 49. 1551 NE. 167th
St., N.M.B. Blasberg.
WEINSTBTN. Henrietta, 82. 1550
Pennsylvania Ave., M.B.
BROCK. Max. 77. 17031 NE 21st
Ave. Interment Mt. Nebo.
WELDON. Rita. 60 2980 Point East
Dr., N.M.B. Riverside.
WARSHAW. Gertrude. 90, 1762
B.W. 19th St. Gordon.
WEIL. JOHN, 57, 1403 N.W. Sev-
enth St Gordon.
WURWARG. David, 77. 17320 N.W.
37th Ct. Riverside.
ATK1N. Esther. 67, 10880 S. Treas-
ure Dr., N. Bay Village.
BRODY. Mollle, 68. 821 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
FUHRER, Clara, 75. 3355 N W. 87th
Ter. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
GLADSTONE, Dr. Ernest, 1500 Bay
Rd., MB. Riverside.
GOLDBERG, Abraham, 78, 1848
James Ave., M.B. Riverside In-
terment Mt. Sinai.
GOLDMAN, Irving, 67. M.B. River-
side.
HAUSBR. Albert, 55, 18360 N E.
20th Ave. Riverside.
KURTZ, Solomon. 82, 1825 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Gordon.
UNDO, Isadore. 76. 4350 S.W.
Fifth Ter. Gordon. Interment
Mt. Nebo.

Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
tauttHP
866-2353
730 U**nty fmi Strut
MEZZI, Annie. 84. 10185 C Av. M |: K.v.tm.I. r-'"'"8
RIVER. Shirley. 62, 1570 N.F, MUt
St., N M R Riverside.
SHAW. Robert Mark. 59 MCI
s w. .4th St. Riverside .Inter-
ment Star of David.
SHBNDBLMAN, Alex. 87, 820 Col-
lins Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
WEINSToCK, William. S4. 31!" \ Q
125th St. Riverside. Intermn t
Mt Sinai
VAN WYE Beatrice I.. :,:,
lerment Mt. Nebo.
BAKER, Mary, 70. IMSf n.e Third
Ct. Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai
ELFANT. Joseph, 62. MM S.W. 2rd
Ter. Gordon
FARKAS, Ruth. 52. 9410 S.W Bret
Ter. Riverside. Interment Star ol
David.
GORDON., Maurice (Murray). 77, 2151
8.W. 24th Ave. Cordon.
HELS1NGER. Sidney, 73 2949 Pint
East Dr., N.M.B Riverside.
POMERANB, Maurycy, ;,n, 124 < .
Dr.. M.B. Cordon.
PORTOSA. Allesandro, SO. S21 Second
81 M B Newman,
SHAW Ro-rl M .'.ft. 6421 S.W. i'h
St. Riverside. Interment Star of
David
VAN WYE. Beatrice I.. B, MR Pine
Tree lir.. MIL Riverside. Inter-
ment Ml. Nebo.
CAPLAN. Max, 83, 1200 Collins Ave.,
M B. Riverside.
ERLICH. Emma, 82, 1221 Stillwaler
Dr., M.B. Riverside.
REINISCH. Philip. 73. 10295 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Newman.
SERTNER. Joseph, 1780 79th St.
Causeway, North Bay Village. Riv-
erside.
AHARHAH. Raymond. 56. 2225 Broad
Causeway, N. Miami Blasberg.
COHEN. Dr. Harry. SI. 5005 Collins
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
FISCHER, LOUla, 66, 477.' Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
DRELL, Anna M., 84, 891:* Hawthorne
Ave., Surf side. Riverside.
HELM, Irwin, 48, 524 N. Island Dr..
Golden Beach Riverside.
ROSENBERG, Lena, 74. 1446 Ocean
Dr.. M.B. Riverside.
SCHIFFER, George. 68, 1000 Meridian
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
TACKBR, Harry I.. 80, 738 N.E 86th
SI. Newman
WOLF, William. 86, 8024 Harding
Ave., M.B. Gordon.
BERK, Samuel, 301 S. Shore Dr.,
M.B. Riverside.
COHEN. Dr. Harry. 81. f-005 Collins
Ave., M B. Riverside.
GOLDIIERC,. Goldle. 72. 2000 S.W.
Fifth St. Riverside.
GREEN, Harry M.. 73. 9233 Dickens
Ave.. Surf side. Riverside.
JOSEFSBERG, Jack, 30505 S.W. 117th
Ct. Gordon
MARDER. Louis, 81, 8132 Harding
Ave., Surfside. Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Morris, 74. 1130 11th St.,
M.B. Newman.
QBRSTEN, LMh R, 71. 1200 West
ABRAMS, Anna T.. 85. SI5 N.E. 127lh
St.
BEST, Joel. 65. 801 Meridian Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open (very Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jew.Jh
Monument Dealer
EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
^jordon j~Mneral owe
373-5533
THURMOND
MONUMENT COMPANY
Be Sure To Visit Our Showroom and Display For A Free Estimate
On a Monument or Marker of your choice.
M*ftfN Will N.f Obligate You In Amy rV.v
3253 S.W. 8th Street Phone 444-1614
"We Don't Sell For Less But We Do Sell the Best"
_______look for the only two story building in the block.


ridcry. July 17.
1970
+Jenisti Fhrtdlan
Page 11-3
lEGAl NOTKI
iTICR IS "BRBBY GIVEN that
~" said name with
Court of
.....&"'"
By Walter W. Bailey
Mil BY WOOUf ,
nancy for MinrMV a/b/a
,,,,,-Aire of Miami
Lincoln Hoiid
html Reach.
lorida 33189
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOVICE
7 :i-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DSeO
Chapter 20722AcU of 1941
File No. 70A3W
J_OTICW IS HEREBY OIVhN that
HBODORA I.AKARCS holder of
,'uifiy Tax sal.- Certificate So. :mu
#:u"i ,i~- 1* day of June, ah i!hi.i.
E,s filed same In my office, and has
Eule application for a tax deed u> be
t?:..d thereon. Said Certificate m-
hr,.. the following described prop-
er! > in the County of Dade, State of
P'lJn'lii IH Jl Plat Hook 4 Page 91-in the
' County of Dude, State of Florida.
\ The assessment of said property
under the suid certificate waa in the
Lnu of: CEO ROE W. BROWN &
IHNBIX. ta_,
t/iilcss said cerllficale shall he re-
kemed according to law, the pmp-
described herein will he sold to
I) highest bidder for rash at the
oiirthnusc door on the first Mondny
the month of August WTO, which
ib. ::nl Bay of August. 197ft.
11 ted this -'0th day of June. 1970.
K H. IXMHHHJIAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Pade County. Plot-Ida.
p. *P iM'l DSTHAND. PC.
Cimit Court Seal 7,,.,0.,7-M
notice of action
in The circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit of florida
in and for dade county.
civil actin
** %, N-x 70 11033
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SHARON 1.EA FARKELL
Plaintiff.
THERON C. FARRELL. Ill
Defendant.
TO: MR. THERON C. FARRELL, HI
<- o Francis Farris
:tfift:i H Parkwood Drive
Orecnshorough, North Carolina
You. THHRON C. FARHELI.,111.
are hereby notified thai a nill of
Complnint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you ar required to
serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead -
Inn to the Kill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, MICHAEL S.
GROSSMAN. 420 Lincoln Road. Suite
3, Miami Reach. Florida Mitt and
flic the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24! h
day of July, 1970. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In'THE JEWISH FI-oRIDIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of June A.D.
15.70.
B.B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dude County, Florida
My: DONALD TAHTENHAN
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
HEKSKOWITZ AND GROSSMAN
4:'* Lincoln Road, Suite 803
Miami Reach. Florida 38139
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
6 2, 7 '3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUI-r COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11880
SUIT FOR DIVOPCE -
MARIAZELL H. IIERMI'DEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JORGE BBRMtTDBZ,
Defendant.
TO: JORGE ItERMl'DEZ
Defendant
is South 2nd Street
Elisabeth, New Jersey
You, JolUlE BEKMUDBZ, are here-
by notified that a Kin 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. HAROLD CEASE,
ESQ., 2720 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office Of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Or before the 7th day of August,
1070. If you fail to do so, judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Rill
of Complnint.
This notice shall be nuhllshed once
*nch week for four consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH PLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of June A D.
R'7".
E. 1! I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk
Cil-cui' Cnuft, Dade County. Florida
By: c. P. copi;i.and
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD CEASE, ESQ.
2720 Wosi Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 83IS5
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 'M0-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUII
IN AND FOR DADE C00Wy"
FLORIDA
No. 70-11716
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
AhkRIA A.NTtN%A liUPHie,
Plaintiff,
ItAIMCNDO LOPEZ.
Defendant.
TO: KAIMlNDo I.OPEZ
1509 W. 204th Street
Torrance. California
YOU ARE HK1IKI1Y notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against yi-u, and you are here-
by required to nerve a copy of your
answer or other Heading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
t.KSTHIt ROGERS, whose address Is
14R4 N.YV. 17th Avenue, Miami Flo-
rida 3x12:.. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
19711 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 29th day of June,
1970.
E 11. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: C. P. copeland
Deputy Clerk
7/3-10-17-24
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 69MW45
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELIZABETH EISEN,
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2383
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE' Estate of
Bi'TH K A I.MAN sox
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I'Mnlms or Demands Against Said
state:
v a .!. fiWeby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demands
Yl'.hh vou may have against the
estal< of RIT1I KAUMANSON de-
ceased late of Dad,' County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty. and file the same in duplicate
and is provided In Section 733. IB.
Florida Statutes. In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty.' Florida. within six calendar
mouths from the time of Ihe first
nuHlii ation hereof, or the same will
Be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
of June. \ D I9T0.
PHYLLIS K. LEPPLHR
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
:.I day of July, l!70
BIRNETT BOTH
Ai'o(-ney for Executrix
42'' Lincoln Road,
Miami Roach, Florida
7 :!-10-17-24
,------'.-----------
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12085
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BRENDA WHIT KM AN,
Plaintiff,
ME1.DIN WIIITEMaX,
Defendant.
TO: M El.DIN WH1TBMAN
Residence unknown.
Ton, MEI.DIN WHITBMAN, are
hereby notified thai a Bill of Ci m-
plalni for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required 10
m rve B copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorney, MATTHEW
OISSEN, BSQPTRE, 126 S E. Second
Street. Miami, FlbTlda and tile the
Original Answer or Pleading in Ihe
offi.....if the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 14:.i day of August,
lf'7". If you fall I" tin so, judgment by
default will be taken against > "U for
the relief demanded in the Kill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this fith day of July A.D
1970.
E.ll. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad,- County, Florida
By: N A. REWETT
Denuty Clerk
MATTHEW GISSBN. KSQI'IUE
lit 8. E. Second Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone: 379-07S1
Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LENNYS INCOME TAX SER-
VICE Bl 7648 \V. Venetian St., Mini-
mal-. Florida ttot] Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dole County, Florida.
LEONARD F. AM ICO
KELLY It r.U"' iKS
.1^ Alcazar Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida Stl34
Attorneys for
LEONARD I-', am., o
7 S-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PBRIODICO S1EMPRB- at 7ml Con-
gress Building, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with Ihe
circuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida,
Armando Ituz 33.33"ft
Jose Gamalln :::: :::;;
Raul R. Ollva 33 "::;
b 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 L. CROMARTIE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EltMA PAUL CROMART1E,
Defendant.
TO: ERMA PA PL CROMARTIE
. o Cram's Town Posl Office
Nassau. Bahamas
You. ERMA PAIL CROMARTIE,
are hereby notified that an Action
for Divorce has been filed against
y..u, and you :.re rciuire.l to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Action on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, soi, ALEXANDER 19 W. Flag-
ler Street, .Miami. Florida Phone:
877-0485 and file the original Ans-
wer or Plea.ling in the office of the
Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or be-
fore the 3rd .lay of August, WTO. II
you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you for
the relief demanded ill the Kill of
' !omplalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeku
in TDK JEVX ISH FLOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami,
Florida, Ihia o"tli day of June A.D.
WTO,
i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florid*
r., .'. tiOODMAN
I 'eput.V Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
7 3-10-17-24
RICIfARD RH8EN,
Defendant.
TO: RICHARD EISEN
11626 IjM-kwisjd Drive
Silver Spring,
Maryland timi
You. RICHARD EISEN, are h.
by noiified that a Kill of Compla t
for Divorce has been filed ajcai' t
you, and you are reiiulred to Mrv<
iM.py of your Answer or Plendlne.
the Bin of Complaint on the Plain tit1 *
attorney. A, JAY CIUSTOL of Cl'.i--
TOU ROSE & ALDR1CH. 21 Nor: .
east First Ave Miami, Florida, a ii
file ihe original Answer or Pleadlnc i
the office of the Clerk of the Clreu't
Court on or before the "1st day f
July, 1P70. if you fail io do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken agui ;
you for the relief demanded in l'."e
Kill of Complnint.
This notice shall lie published ..
ea*'h week for four consecutive w. x
in THE JEWISH FLORJTMAN.
DONE AND OKDIMtED at Mil. r.
Florida, this 30th day of June A -
11170.
K.K.l.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florlca,
lty: C, Goodman
Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal) ,
A. JAY CK1STOL
CR1STOL, ROSE & ALDRICH
21 Northeast First Avenue
.Miami. Florida 33131
Aiioin, y for Plaintiff
7/8-10-17 .<
7 in-17-21 11
-------------------------------------I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EteVfTIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Itf-AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-11652
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MILAN" PRATT.
PlilWtlff,
vs
illTIS'YETEVA WEISNER PRATT,
DefUfldUnU
To: ARTIS YETttVA
JOBTSNBR PRATT
Resideiie,, Unknown
Y u. JWIT1S TE.TEYA WF.ISNKU
PRATT, are hereby notified that n
O.mplamt for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a 'copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the" Complaint for Di-
vorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
IRWIN II CHRISTIE, 28 West
F'a"l.-r Street, Miami, Florida, and
fil. -Dte original Answer or Plead-
ing 4w -the. office of the Clerk of the
Cir.'ull- Cart on or hel'ore the 7th
day of "Aaist. 1!I7". If \'m fail
to do ho, nldirment by default will
be r.-iken against you for the relief
demanded in, the Complaint for Di-
V.c-'-c. ,
I'hJs notice Shall he published once
ea.-li week lor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
DONK AND ORDBREB at Miami.
D.cle County, Florida, this 29th day
of June,')70, f
E. It. l.EATHKRMAN. ilerk
Circuit comt, Dade County. Fla.
By: C P COPE1 AND
Deputy Clerk
IW1N O. CHRISTIE
Ittorney for Plaintiff
W. st Flagler Street
llanii, Florida
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,
business under the fictitious name of
COVNTRY CLUB MEN'S BOITTIQ.VB
AND FORMAL WKAC at Welches-
ter Shopping Mail, M72 S.W. 24th |
S'r.ei. Miami. Florida intends to
. leL-isi.r said name w i111 the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
! Florida.
COVNTRY CI.I'H MEN'S WEAR
OF WCSTCHKSTKi:
l^iianuel Meyer
President
! IP "WARD M NBV. KS ' Attorney for COUNTRY ci I'll
MEN'S WEAR OF VVB8TCHMSTER
7/17-24-31 >> 7 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF. COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 70-11202
ERALD SCHL7E*
Plaintiff,
vs.
">NA JAY SCHLET
Defendant.
Vou. THISA JAY SCHLEY. rosl-
eiMie 482t> North Hutchiunon Street,
^ilHdIpKia,-Pm 1*141 atV rvqulred
file your ajiwwer to the Cwmplaint
- DKuno with the Crerk of the
ive Court and Wrve a enpy there-
upon HERMAN COHEN, ESQ.,
tnrney for plaintiff, 1310-11 Con-
r*ss Bldg.,Miami Florida. 3.1102 on
before July 27th, 1970. Or elxe
tmplaint will be taken as confessed.
| Dated: June 22nd, 1970.
B.B. LEATHKRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C.P.COPELAND
. ireputj Clerk
/26, 7/3-10-17
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVBN that
ihe undersigned, desiring ". engage
in business under the fictitious nam.
,.i WALL nrlLDIN'i at number 1900
S W, :! Avenue, in the City of Miami.
Florida, Intends to register the a
name with the fieri; of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
day Of June ll'T".
HERBERT WALL
HERBERT WALL, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
Rinn S W. 3rd Ave.
Miami, Fla. 33129
6 24 7 3-11-17
loth
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE OF PROBATE
No. 70-1211
Dowling
In RE: Estate of
JACOIt OORKIN
Deceased.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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
,11'DITH Jo-ANN CONTB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTB,
Defendant.
TO: FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTB
1"."..*> lYosp.-riiy Drive
Salt Lake City,
I'lah R4116
You, FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTE,
are hereby notified that a Kill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
aarainal you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your AVnswer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN, :'.7 :7 S.W. Sth Street
Suite lot. Miami. Florida 83134 and
file Ihe original Answer or Pleading
in Ihe offlci of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit curt on or before, the 27th day
of July, 1: 7 If you fail 10 do HO,
judgment by default will he taken
agalnsi ywi for the r.li.f demanded
in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published nrnce
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FI-ORIPIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of June A D.
lt?0,
i: B. LBATHERMAN
Cireuli Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C,P. i'ol'El.AND
p. puty Cl.rk
(. In -nil '"in I Seal I
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
:;7.,:7 S.W.8th Bin et,
Suite ion
Miami. Florida 33134
.; ..;. 7 3-10-17
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED no
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECK- Divorce
DKNT.
You are hereby not I lie.' that a
written instrument purporting to be
the last Vnll ttnd testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
bate In said Court. You are hereby
commanded within six calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice to appear
In said Court and show cause, If arty
Vou can. Why the action of said Court
In admitting said will to probate
should net stand unrevoked
Ffrst publication of this notice on
the 26th day of June, 1970.
FRANK B. IMIWLINC,
County Judge
By: MBLBA C. DICK
Clerk
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THli
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION No 7011401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
El' JEN 13 YATES
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAPI.E YATES
I defendant,
TO: MAPLE YATES
Route No.l
Finleyson, Georgia
You, MAPLE YATES. are hereby
Hflcd
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QD/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltlo'ta name
of RANDEL at >'.".'. Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach. Florida (Dade Countyl
Intends to register said .....ne with
the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of
I lad.- County. Florida.
DEL RANCHO ENTERPRISES.
IXC
By J. roni. Rader, President
RICHARD & doss
I ROE Lincoln R.,,,.l,
Attorney for
DEL RAXCHO ENTERPRISES
INC.
Miami I'.c.oh. Florida
7 8-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 8684
AMENDED
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
JOSEPHINE VINCENT,
Plaintiff,
RICHARD VINCENT,
Di f. ndani.
T< RICHARD VINCENT
7jm; Sountlnn Avenue
l.os Angeles, California
TOP ARE HEREBY noiified that
a Complaint tor Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are here-
ii\ required to serve n copy of your
answer or oYher pleading lo the
Compla In i 1.1. i!i. Plaintiffs Attorney
IJCSTBR R"C,i:i:s. whose a.I.lies- If
1454 \ W 17th Avenue, Miami, Flo-
rida 33125, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or b. f..r. ffn Tiii das of August,
lt70 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 2!Mh day ol June.
It70
E. B. l.EATHKRMAN
Clerk of Ih. Ciroull Court
By: C P COPB1JVND
D. put) Clerk
7 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUFT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 74880-A
IN RE: Estate of
ALBERT A DOEN
Deceased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAI
APPLICATION FOR D18TR1B1 TU .'
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai
have filed our Final Report and I -
for I Ustrlhutlon and Final i
charg' as Executors >.f thi eatati
ALBERT A DORN, deceased:
thai n the 17 day ..f August, I! .
Will apply lo the Honorable Coui t
fudgei. of Dade County, Florida,
approval of -aid Final Report and
distribution and final dis. barge
Executors of the estate of the ab'
nun. .1 .1. d.nt. This L''i day .'
June, 1970.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
Bj SANFl RD R PIERCE
Trust officer
ANNA M DORN
SP4RRER, ROStvlN AND
HBI1 RRt INNER, P A
Attorn, i -
ion No Biscayne Boule%'ard
Miami. Florida
7 8-10-17-21
that a BUI of Complaint for
tins ween filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the.
RICHARD & CROSS
JERRY A. GROSS
805 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney
381
/26, 7/3-10-17
of vour Answer or Pleading to tT
Bill' of Complaint on the Plaintiff
attorney, Kl'iENE LEMLICH, 27.'"
W, Flagler St.. Miami, Florida 33(35
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in Ihe office of the Clerk of the
CIt-cUll Court on or before ihe 24ni
day of .Paly, l&to, If y..u fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be fatten
agalnsl you* for the relief demanded
in the P.ill of Cempinini
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida. I his _'4;h day of June A D
1970.
E. H. LBATHERMAN, ci.rk,
Circuit Court, 1 "ade Cm..i > Florida
By: MARtllKIMTi: KENT
Deputy i hrk
(Circuit Court Seal)
i;t i;i:nk lemi.ich
2720 VV. Flagler St.
Miami, PI, 811M
Attorney for Plaintiff
/2 7/8-18-17
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 370
notice is HBRKBY OIVEN thai
THEoDoRA LAZARUS holder of
County Tax Sale CertlflcnU No. !1 ''
issued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1966
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
he Issued thereon, Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade. State
of Florida, to-wit:
LAt II Block ".. Lincoln City See
A. Plat Book 41 Page ss. Section
In, Township 56 South, Range 40
Bftst. containing .17 acres more
or less. In the County of Dade.
Slate of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of:.lt >H\ N. TIP iMPSON.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. ih. prop-
erty des. rib. .1 herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Curthou.-e d..... on the firs! Monday in
the month of August, 1970, which is
the :ird day of August, 1!)7.
Dated tin- j'.ih day of JUfie, PJ70
Ell l.F.ATIIERMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court,
Dad. County, Florida.
By P.P. 'ICLDSTRAND. DC.
Circuit Court Seal
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI-
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD?
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11931
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EVELYN MAGNES I
Plaintiff "
vs.
Al PRED MAOXE8,
Defendant
T" A I.FRED MAONES
S7-15 37th Avenue
Jackson Heights, New York
You A LFRED MAONES. are In -
by notified that a Bill pi Compla t
for Divorce has been filed agal -"
you. mid you are required '< sei a
.. ..no of your Answer or Pleading :f
tin Bill of Cptirolatnt on the PlaintIP J
nttorney, ni:i an sweet. ESQ.. i'-'O
LI.....In Road, Miami Beach. Florida
and file the original \nswr or Pli ad
the office of the < 'hrk of I he
cjroiot Court on or before the 12th.
day of Atnrust, i7fl If > on fail to
so. iudciii.nl by default will be taken
-i inn for the relief demanded,
in ihe Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publish. >l
once ea.-h week for four consecutive
we. i THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi
Florida, this 2nd day of July \
l!7fl
i; B I EATHERMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court. Dad. Cnuntv, Floi
By: L. SNEEDEN
11. out \ t 'lerk
,. "ircu "tiM s.a; i
MEI AN SWEET
..In Road
Miami R.a.li, Florida
\; f >v for Plaintiff
7 l'i-17-:'l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 368
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tl t
Til Ei 'I >< IRA LAZARUS holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. al'O
Issued the 1st day of June, A D. 1966,
has filed same in my office, and has
mail, application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate cm-
lira., s the following described prop-
erty In ihe Cunty of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
I,o1 12 Block 7.">. Lincoln City S.
II. Plal Book 16 Rage 91, Bpctlo
17. Township 56 South. Range i
E-ist. ......tabling .17 acres m..r
or less, in the Cunty of Dad.,
siai.- of Florida.
Th. assessment of said property
und.r ihe said certificate was in the
nam. of: LCCIODS EVERETT
PTFTRCE
Full ss said certificate shall he re*
deemed ..cording to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of August, 1970, which
is the 3rd day of August. 1970.
D. ted this 29th dJ of June, 1970.
E It. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By P.F GFLDSTRAND, DC.
i ir. u.t Court Seal
7/3-10-17-24


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