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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 31, 1970

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
llewish Floradian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 43 Number 31
Miami, Florida Friday July 31, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
RIGHT-WING GAHAL FACTION THREATENS TO WALK OUT
labinet Is Split; Decision Postponed
JERUSALEM The Israeli
jabinct postponed announce-
icnt of its decision on the U.S.
ace initiative for the second
e after right-wing Gahal fac-
m reportedly threatened to
walk out if approval was given.
Mrs. Mcir was conferring with
Gahal leaders privately prior to
holding another Cabinet session.
She is said to be determined to
obtain unanimous approval. Six
of the 24 Cabinet members are
involved .in the disagreement
stemming from the fact that
Gahal opposes relinquishing any
of the occupied territories.
Informed sources told the
easef ire Outlook Dim
Iven With Israeli Okay
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Even if
trad docs accept current U.S.
ace proposals, the outlook for
j Immediate ceasefire in the
iddle East is dim, according to
p-levcl State Department of-
fals.
An Israeli announcement that
accepts the U.S. "stop shoot-
lig ar.d start talking" proposal
^ould actually be only an ex-
pression of its willingness to be-
gin talks. And the task cf get-
ting talks started is not expect-
ed to be an easy one.
U.S. officials expect the United
Nations to play a large part in
the efforts to achieve a settle-
ment. What the United States
wants is a "standstill" cease-fire
under which all parries will be
frozen right where they arc-
militarilyand nobody allowed
9 Leningrad Families
Petition For UJNL Aid
NEW YORK (JTA) New
firk Congressman Richard L.
.tinger, who is a Democratic
ndidate for a seat in the U.S.
nate, has made public two
fcew petitions to the United Na-
lons smuggled out of the Soviet
Jnion by nine I-eningrad Jews
hc wish to emigrate to Israel
kith their families.
The petitions, he said, had
K'.r. intended for the U.N. Com-
mission on Human Rights, but
lad never reached it. Three of
hose who signed the petitions
/ere arrested in Leningrad last
nonth in what Mr. Ottinger
iharged were reprisals for their
arlier appeals. The Congress-
man said he would personally
resent the petitions to Mrs.
tita Hauser, U.S. delegate to
he Commission, and request
hat she appeal to the Soviet
* presentative for a relaxation
>f the barriers against emigra-
ion to Israel.
The first petition was sent in
May and stressed the fact that
the signet's were law-abiding cit-
izens who possessed no state se-
crets; the second, dated June 28,
told of applications for permits
to emigrate which had been
turned down and complaints
lodged with higher Soviet au-
thorities, which have resulted in
arrests on trumped up charges.
A 23-ycar-oid Belorussian Jew
has written to Israel's President
Zalman Shazar for aid. He re-
ported that his emigration appli-
cation of July 25, 1969 was re-
jected a month later, and his
expulsion from the Belorussian
Polytechnical Institute followed
a month later. The Russian, who
said he had been trying to ob-
tain permission to emigrate for
a long time, asked President
Shazar to bring his plea to the
attention of the United Nations
Commission on Human Rights.
Secretary General U Thant and
"Jewish communities through-
out the world."
to move. The U.N. will probably
police the cease-fire on the
scene; officials say U.N. observ-
ers arc already in place, ready
to go to work. Purpose of the
policing machinery is to prevent
Egypt from taking advantage of
the cease-fire to build up forces
west of the Suez Canal.
The United States has sug-
gested that the three govern-
ments involved send representa-
tives to participate in talks, the
rules, time and location of which
would be the responsibility of
the United States.
It is not yet clear whether
Egypt and Jordan are ready for
direct, face-to-facc negotiations.
Some circles believe it may be
necessary for Gunnar Jarring,
the U.N. special representative
who will be the principal nego-
tiator, to fly from country to
country in order to get negotia-
tions under way.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
clarification is being sought on
the method by which the Arab
states can be prevented from
using the cease-fire for an un-
challenged military buildup. The
Cabinet is also said to be in-
sisting that the United States
agree that negotiations be un-
dertaken without Israel's prior
withdrawal from occupied terri-
tories, and unequivocally commit
itself to the maintenance of Is-
rael's independence and security.
The Cabinet's generally favor-
able attitude was thought to be
inspired by President Nixon's
message, delivered to Premier
Golda Meir last Friday by Am-
bassador Walworth Barbour. It
was believed to have reassured
Mrs. Meir and given her confi-
dence.
Washington and Moscow were
reported to have agreed that no
more jets will be sold to Israel
and the Soviet Union will not
send Egypt additional weapons.
But the jets were not being
used to put pressure on Israel to
accept the U.S. plan, observers
said. Instead, U.S. representa-
tives were emphasizing the like-
lihood of adverse world reaction
should Israel reject it.
Jordan's acceptance of the
U.S. proposal was followed by
rioting in the streets of Amman,
it was reported, as yvung Arabs
sympathetic to the Palestinian
cause expressed their rage. The
Arab League has suffered a se-
rious s;>lit--Egypt. Jordan and
Continued on Page 7-A
'Israeli Defeat Not
Soviet Objective,'
Mayor Kollek Says
NEW YORK (JTA) In an
interview on Tuesday evening's
"David Frost Show" Jerusalem's
Mayor Teddy Kollek declared
the tremendous Soviet presence
in the Middle East is "certainly
directed towards strengthening
Russia in the sweet and warm
waters of the Mediterranean
to give them a chance, maybe,
to control the oil flow to Europe
and to Japan. All these efforts
wouldn't be made just to defeat
little Israel. The Mideast crisis
is thus more an American show
than ours," the mayor said, add-
ing, "but the United States is so
concerned and so much involved
in Vietnam that maybe they
den't see what's happening in
the Middle East."
The mayor said Jerusalem is
proving that Arabs and Jews
can live together. "They regard
us as an occupying force," he
conceded, "but we have simply
told them. 'Look, we're running
the city now. We don't mind you
starting every meeting by say-
ing you are against us as an
occupying force. But once you
have made that speech, let's dis-
e.iss such things as sidewalks,
sewage, education and garbage
collection.' And it has worked."
The Arabs of Jerusalem are "a
decent lotvery good people,"
he said, noting that more than
500 of them are city officials.
Japanese Motor Firm
Denies Boycotting Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Nissan Motor Corp. denial that
it was participating in an Arab
boycott of Israel has been de-
scribed by the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations as "fabri-
cated double-talk."
Arnold Forster, chairman of
the organization's anti-boycott
committee, declared the Japa-
International Bond Conference
Plans for dealing with Israel's
immediate and long-range eco-
nomic problems will be consid-
< red at an international confer-
ence of Jewish leaders convened
by Finance Minister Pinchas
Sapir in Israel Thursday, Aug. 13.
Conference delegates from the
United States, Canada and oth-
er parts of the world will con-
centrate their deliberations on
ways to expand and strengthen
Israel's economy in a time of
deepening crisis and danger.
The eleven-day conference will
so be the occasion for the ob-
ervance of the 20th anniversary
the founding of the Israel
and Organization, which since
its inception has raised more
than $1.5 billion for Israel's eco-
nomic development.
Prime Minister Golda Meir and
former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, two of the chief
architects of the Israel Bond
drive, will have major roles in
the conference which will also
hear other foremost leaders in
Israel's public life.
Mr. Ben-Gurion will be the
principal speaker at the open-
ing session on Aug. 14. The open-
ing ceremonies will be held at
the Rothberg Amphitheatre on
Mt. Scopus. Samuel Rothberg,
conference chairman, will pre-
side and Abraham Feinberg,
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, will introduce the
former Prime Minister.
It was Mr. Ben-Gurion who
convened the historic Jerusalem
Conference of Jewish leaders in
September. 1950, which initiated
the flotation of Israel Bonds
in tne United States.
Mrs. Meir will address the
delegates at a special banquet
session on Sunday. Aug. 23,
which will climax the confer-
ence. The Israel Premier, togeth-
er with Mr. Ben-Gurion and the
late Eliezer Kaplan, Israel's first
Finance Minister, drew the blue-
print for the establishment of
the Israel Bond campaign.
nesc firmproducer of Datsun
vehiclesis afraid of American
public opinion and is trying tc
wriggle out of the documented
fact that the firm has indeed
capitulated to the Arab boycott.
Yukata Katayama. president
of the Nissan Motor Corp. in the
United States, had issued the
denial after the July 14 press
conference during which his
company. Japan Air Lines and
the Toyota Motor Corp. were
accused of refusing to do busi-
ness with Israel because of the
threat of Arab boycott.
An Associated Press release
quoted Mr. Katayama as saying
that if Nissan dots not actually
trade with Israel, it is because
Israel will not trade with an or-
ganization which tried to be
neutral, not because of a boy-
cott, and that Nissan does not
intentionally or accidentally
support such a boycott.
Mr. Forster, who also serves
as general counsel of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, declared that Mr. Kata-
yama's statement was in direct
contradiction to past correspond-
ence with Nissan, and cited a
letter from the manager of Nis-
san's export division for Europe
and the Middle East to a Tel
Aviv firm which had requested
a Nissan franchise.
"We are now expoiting some
10,000 units a year to the Arabic
countries and have already pen-
etrated the market," the letter
said. "According to the boycott
resolution of the Israel Boycott
Ce>mmittee. the transaction with
your country will surely create
the total ban of our export to
the Arab countries We must,
unfortunately, decline your pro-
pe;sal. Please understand our
awkward situation.'' said the
letter signed by M. Zaitsu.
Toyota refused to comment
on the boycott charge and also
refused to explain the use of
Toyota jeeps by Ei Fatah guer-
rillas, Mr. Forster said. The
ADL, he aelded. has pictures of
Toyota jeeps captured by Israeli
troops from the guerrillas.
During a July 20 meeting held
by Israeli and Japanese authori-
ties in Tokyo to discuss a mu-
tual landing agreeme nt between
El Al and Japan Air Lines, it
became clear that JAL has no
interest in talks with Israel and
was even unwilling to set a date
for future discussions. The Jap-
anese airline has been notified
that 24 Jewish organizations
will cease using JAL in their
tourist programs because of the
boycott issue.


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Friday. July 31, j97l
Detroit Educator Named Principal
HlHillel Community Day. School
T Groups Schedule Discussion And Trip/
The board of governors of the
rmed Hilkl Community
minted Rabbi
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Mucation in 1962. and also holds
icenses from the Michigar. S
Board of Kducation and the Na-
tional Board of License.
P.abbi Murciano came to
United States from French Mo-
rocco on a ;:. year soholarsnn>
to study at the Mirror Yeshtva in
X V }'. v.ds ordainod in
1S63 and taught at the Hi
Academy and i-ctured at
. Studies b PI
burgh from 1954 until 1961.
r4ng guides on the Bible and
rs. as well as articles on day
schools and t.-aching n> thods. the
i dbtu is a ineoiher of the Rabbin-
ical Co reil of America. American
Ass-j- r-sity Profes-
meul of Kit-mer.tary
(hi NEA, and
h National Council lor Jewish
Kim if
Rat.bi Murciano arid his wile,
Bittar of RabU and
Mis. Pinchas G.oss of Pittsburgh,
are the parents of daut-ht- i>
The author of a Hebrew read) i ; hs H ;:". ; Alia.
TfK- Youn>; Sin^N-s group will
j hold a chscusskm on the toj>ir |
Pvrnograi^hv and the Young'
ie Adult" at the YM-YWHA
jf Gnater Miami. K500 SW 8th
St Thursday. Aug. 6. at 8 p.m.
Arnio Feiner, Y' supervisor, will
save as moderator.
P> rsons interested in the activi-
ties of the- Y' Young Singles, are
Mkad la contact Mr. Feiner at th'
ral Y '
The Senior Citiz. ns group has
duled a two-day trij, to Rain-
oo'.v Springs and Busch Gardens
'or 35 pci'BJns. The at niors will be
. ne the Central Y' at H a.m.
lay. Aug. 11. ^and reti&j-rfa,
Wednesday evening; Aiig! 12, ;>,..
c-rvattons may b Vmrle thrnnr(,
ih<- Y- of fie or by calling Mrs
Max Drosd.
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Auxiliary Sends Delegates
The Auxiliary of the Harry H.
Cohen Surfside-Bay Harbor Pan
723, Jewish War Veterans. wilt be
represented at the Aug. 17-23 na-
tional convntn jflj-Atlajnt^iis.
by its president. Sni~*~
,:n(l Ijllian Kevor. Sadjrerianriay
and Sadye Reiner, past presfilOnts,
it has been announced.
Cl
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r
RABBI SIMON MOVCfANO
no to set as its
ording to an an-
Joel E D r.nis.
P..':
new
ich will be holding
through
Beth S
Hag at 1725
Mnstrat St Bull/a uud. and may
t : there for consulta-
tion and rtgistiat
Ra tano, who baa had
sjw experi a in Hebrew
day hoc is. for the past five years
has ssrvad as headmaster of the
Hi Day School in Pttroit. Mich.
). had previously served as the
ipal .: EUahu Academy in
Ky.
A graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, when he <. arned a
eree in Romance Lan-
ges and a Master's degree in
.nistration. he re-
,.s certificate as supervisor
a- I of elementary
try schools from the
Rabbi Sol Landau Honored
Bv Metro Conniiih^iotiers
Durinj at If tro Comnussion meeting, die foil.
n ..' A ,n" was awarded to P.a S |
Landau.
WHF.P.5..-.- Bnbbt i 9p Itual Leader of Temple
Beh David has served :;cation and con-
vection as a member of the Youth Advisory B
from 1961 I as chairman during the
1&68-19S9 term,
WHEREAS: Rabbi Landau at -unity k
big urn iffshly of his time and talent- to
groups of all aees for the betterment of life of his
ind
WHEREAS: The Youth has been honored to
have the I >1 Landau's presence, ex-
perience. advice, leadership and devotion to duty

NOW THEREFOP.F.: BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OF METROPOLITAN
dade COUNTY FLORIDA, does hereby espai "
-:re a-ipreciation to P.^-b: i S >i Landau for his
Ureless dedication to i tit youth of Dade
County through th" Youth Advisory Board.
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+Jcnii) fkridian
Page 3-A
eth David Names
Irving Jacobson
he ap|x>intmont of Irving Ja- j 25 years, Mr. Jacobson was instru-
on as administrative director mental in organizing and dcvelop-
WV/N6 JACOBSON
Beth David Congregation, has
been announced b., Maxwell Waas,
president.
In his position as synagogue ad-
ministrator for Miami's first con-
gregation. Mr. Jacobson will be
responsible for overseeing both
Beth David North and Beth David
South. He will join the National
Association of Synagogue Admin-
istrators and become active in its
pgogran).
A Miami resident for the past
Pages Attain Esquire Rank
Chancellor Commander Richard
Wa monies"lduring which the rank of
Esqiiirc:will be conferred upon 20
Pages at the next regular meeting
of George Gershwin Lodge 196.
Knights of Pythias, at 7:30 p.m.
Mor.riny in Surfside Community
Center. Class rank will be in honor
f P.D.D.G.C. Harry Turansky.
ing a synagogue in the North
Miami area. He has been active in
Jewish youth programs, working
with and for the Boy Scouts of
America for a number of years
and leading out in teenage activi-
ties. He organized the first Jewish
religious school in North Dade.
and has also been deeply involved
in men's club work. He served as
men's club president for two years
and for the past seven years has
been engaged as a professional
Temple/Synagogue Administrator.
'Estate Seminars'
To Be Presented
Brandeis University and its Na-
tional Women's Committee will
present two seminars entitled
"Planning Your Estate" during
which a panel of experts from the
legal and investment fields will
d'scuss the steps necessary for
the proper preparation, care, and
review of your estate.
The program will be held in
The Hemispheres at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Aug. 6, and the Sea Coast
Towers East at 8 p.m. Monday.
Aug. 10. A question and answer
period will follow each of the
seminars, which arc open to resi-
dents and their friends.
Happenings...
Vnitrd Bancshares of Florida.
Inc., has received Federal Re-
serve Board permission to ac-
quire the Security Exchanne
Bank of West Palm Beach, the
bank-holding company's chair-
man. Frank Smathers. has an-
nounced. It is the first venture
outside Dade County for Banc-
shares. the United Banking
Group which controls the First
Nation! Banks in Miami Beach
and Coral Gables, and the United
National Banks downtown and
in Dadeland.
Libya Receives Two
Shiploads Of Soviet
Military Equipment
LONDON (JTA) Two ship-
loads of Soviet military equip-
ment -including more than foui
dozen tanks, more than six dozen
pieces of artillery and three doz-
en amphibious assault craft-
were reported to have been un-
loaded at Tripoli, the capital of
Libya, last week. According to the
"Financial Times," the deliveries
are not considered unduly sinister
in themselves, although they ob-
viously increase the chances of
Soviet penetration in Libya, but
the timing of the deliveries "could
be intentionally planned to in-
crease pressure upon Israel to
agree to withdraw from occupied
territories and accept a negotiated
settlement."
Meanwhile. Samuel L. Haher.
executive vice-chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, ex-
pressed doubt about reports that
the revolutionary Libyan regime
would permit the departure of 150
Libyan Jews who returned to
Libya to claim abandoned prop-
erty and were "caught" during the
coup which deposed King Idris
last September. The regime had
announced on Tripoli Radio that
it was confiscating the property
of the 150 Jews and 40.000 Ital-
ians.
The government said the Ital-
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but the Jews would be compen-
sated with government bonds pay-
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I charged that the Italians had
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Board of Directors, chats with Robert Russell (center) and
his host Louis Poller, at a cocktail party in the Poller
home, where plans were formulated to organize a South
Florida group of that organization. Mr. Russell and Mr.
Poller were among those named to serve on its ways-and-
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//'/..,, th* J*wwh community, or those who uor
lo radlccltm \**t*'u <(iucui*on and vahiM. should not |m
d '>r by hoti..!/ .r.diliOT*nc on the part of tne
Hy' leadership, but lutWn^J to and encouraged.
AlUiOugh there u fxwtcern with the Jewish self-hate of
..'/.-;)J ribuorit/ involved in the New Left movements.
there u also hope in the growing numbers who are turning
to the ktbbuts experience in Israel as the answer to an
Americoa \dm with which they turn disillusioned.
What Jew Wants Admission?
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budget, but he is also Ooing j
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of military influence Kremlin's decisions. Is >!i-
it is hard to conceive a
hair railing time to cut thr B
out of what remains of the -
tintia] defense.
To give just one exaaeS ^
the (iangers. there < the hoirur
story (for it is no less! i
6t9 Fleet ir. the Mediterr
Aiready the Gth Fleet ha? b-'
permitted to decay to a pe"'
that can only be called i
in view of the present d- *
peril of Israel.
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earriers. with their air
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the large elements of ttv "
viet navy in the Mediterr&ne.'
the Kremlin can count on Al v
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in Syria a< bases for any num-
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+Jewisli itoritfor
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Bernard Langberg Elected To BBYO
North Miami Be** certified
,,. accountant who has long
, active In community affairs
b,< n elected to fill the va-
cancy created on the B'nai B'rith
Youth Commission when Louis Os-
sinsky of Ormond Beach was
electecT second vice president of
B'nai B'rith District Five Grand
Lodge.
Bernard Langberg of 1551 NE
167th St.. will complete Mr. Os-
sinsky's three-year term on the
commission, which is the national
policy-making body of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization the
world's largest Jewish youth
movement.
Mr. Langberg. who has served
on the budget committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for the pasi two years, has king
been active in Florida's B'n;n
B'rith oii'.ini/:i1iii|i Ijy j^|y yj'j"'.''
er member and form ir pri SuT nl
of North Miami Beach's Harmony
Lodge, and a former member of
the executive board of the Anti-
Defamation League's F.orida re-
gional bi.ard and BBYO's Florida
regional committee.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation, which conducts social ac-
tion, community service, leader-
ship tiaining and Jewish studies
programs, has chapters through-
out the United States and Canada
as well as many other lands in-
cluding Israel.
Rotfcberg Elected By WZO
.\Ku' i )v.< i.ir.\i Samuel
':> ii rg if Pcoria, VI., national
Bond Organization, has been elect-
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New Settlements Are Built To Hold Israel's Borders
By VICTOR ML BIEXSTOCK
YlOO rwwMwil & Editor, J T A
JERUSALEM "If we don't
Ko to the border*, the borders will
come to us." says a veteran direc-
tor of the Golan Heights settle- j
nunt program explaining the fre-
netic efforts to settle that strate-1
gic area. A young Nahal settler
thus justifies the sacrifices he and
his colleagues and their families are
making to create a new home out
if a bleak, barren and dangerous
outpost a mile from the frontier
where the threat of Arab attack
by night is added to the back-
breaking toil under a burning
sun by day. also.
'i},e pioneer spirit his never
deserted Israel. Today, it is one
of The most evident and stimu-
lating features of life in that
country. You see it and feel it in
its historic and most exciting form
in the Golan Heights where there
is everywhere, a determination
and a haste to make the area's
1.200 square kilometers once and
for all time Jewish and Israeli.
You find this old pioneering]
spirit alive in the Arava. the long, j
low. hot desert stretching from
the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Akaba.
where pioneers in the old Zionist j
tradition are not only reclaim-
ing the desert but are establishing
and holding Israel's frontiers in a
vital area.
You find this pioneering spirit
in another form in the old Jeru-
salem where a fantastic building
program is providing so many
homes for Jews in what was for-
merly a purely Arab area that the' j
old demographic line dividing Jew-
ish and Arab Jerusalem is being.
completely erased.
But you find the pioneering!
spirit at its most intense in the
raw young settlement of Ein Zivan,
near Kuneitra in the Golan
Heights, less than five kilometers
from the Syrian border. Here a
group of youngsters, some cf them
not out of their teens, with three
infants, are establishing a settle-
ment, building their homes, bring-
ing their fields under cultivation!
and earning cash to support them-1
elves with the older settlement j
of Dafna in the Upper Galilee.
They are doing this in range of
Syrian guns at a time when their
maximum effort must be to com-
plete the underground shelter
where they can take refuge from
enemy artillery fire. I Arabs work in "Jewish" Jeru-
j salem and Jews do business in the
The Israelis are sharply divided Old City and East Jerusalem, j
over the future of the territories*-Mayor TM? Koliek has seen to
their army occupied in the Six- it that there are no economic or|
Day War. Manyand their num- j geographical discriminations. So-
ber apparently grows each day \ cial barriers may not have broken I
the occupation continuesinsist j down yet -there is very little evi-
that what Israel has, Israel must; dence for the visitor of Arab-'
hold and there can be no with- Jewish social contact-but then,'
draw3l. Others, among them for- there was very little of that either
mer Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, in the old Mandate days of an un-
believe that most of the territories divided Jerusalem,
should be given up. But there is j
little agreement among them as! From Teddy Kolleck's urban
to what Israel's future boundaries j pioneering you fly to Rosh Pina
should be. Mr. Ben-Gurion advo-jand then motor up to the Golan
cates. in the interests of a lasting j Heights to find the most startling
settlement with the Arab world,: of contrasts in a land of paradox
the renunciation of all the terri- and contrast. Most of the Golan j
tory occupied except for the Jeru- Heights had not been cultivated
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salem district and the Golart
Heights. Not too many go along
with him all the way on this.
On the retention of an undivided
Jerusalem, there is no disagree-
ment to be heard in Israel. The
Old City and East Jerusalem have
become such integral parts of the
reunited city that no one can
see Israel ever agreeing to sever-
ance of any part of them. The
Old City, after 19 years of isola-
tion behind forbidding walls, has
once again become a vibrant fac-
tor in the life of every Jerusa-
lemite. if not of every Israeli. It
would not be going too far to
say that the Old City has once
again become the real focus of
Jewish life and the spiritual fount
for the non-observant as well as
for the devout.
As to the Golan Heights, no one
who has ever stood on the ruins
of a Syrian gun emplacement there
and looked out over the lush
plains and trim villages of the
Gal tee which its guns dominated I
could ever agree that this natural
fortress should ever lie placed in ;
alien hands and permitted to
threaten the Jewish farmers in the'
valley below. Israelis disagree;
about the future of the West Bank.'
the Giza Strip or the Sinai Penin-1
sula, but there is no disagreement |
about Jerusalem and the Golan
Heightsthe new Jerusalem areas
and the Heights are now and for-
ever part of Israel.
If you did not see divided Jeru-
salem between 1948 and 1967. you
won't understand the tremendous
difference unification has made, for
there is a blending of the Arab
and Jewish populations in the
narrow lares and alleys of the
Old City, a freedom of movement
from one quarter to another ot
the reunited city that many New
Yorkers do not enjoy at home.
The taxi-driver you hail in
Rehavia may be an Arab as likely
as not. The Old City merchant
who tries to enveigle you into
visiting his shop may be Jewish.
for generationscertainly not for
the years of Syrian rule. Hundreds
of acres were used for military
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ments, underground bunkers, fields
of barbed wire and mines. The
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Except for the Druze, about
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farmers in the Heights. (The Cir-
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pered. > Most of the civilian Arabs
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the families of officers stationed
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to the army. The land, rich and
fertile, blessed with abundant wa-
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This the Israelis quickly began
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Cabinet Is Split;
Decision Delayed
I
(Continued from Page 1)
the Sudan have accepted the
American initiative; Iraq and
Syria have condemn-? 1 it and
the jjueirillas have rejected it
outright.
In a Tel Aviv speech. Defense
.Minister Moshe Da van told a
high school audience that Syria
now has strategically placed
SAM-3 missiles and their "su-
pei-visors." The SAM-3 is effec-
tive against low-flying aircraft.
Its predecessor, the SAM-2, was
designed to hit high-flying jet
bombers. An Israeli spokesman
said, however, that he had no
knowledge of Syria's possession
of the sophisticated weapons.
Egypt closed down two Pales-
tinian guerrilla radio stations
which had criticized Cairo's ac-
ceptance of the U.S. proposal,
5nd threatened to withdraw its
financial support. The Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pal-
estine reacted angrily, as the
split in the Arab world widened,
railing it "the first shot to be
fired at us."
Israel is reportedly very much
Hvvare that the spotlight is now
Ik used on "ier more intensely
than in many months. She will
find it very difficultif not ini-
pi Hlbkto reject a plan which
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top Arat> leaders. A fuvorable
response is thus expected.
In Washington, State Depart-
ment si>okesman Robert J. Mc-
Closkey's remark that "self-
policing during the cease-fire
was not necessarily envisioned"
led observers to speculate that
there may be truth to the re-
ports that a temporary cease-
fire agreement would include
prohibitions against military
preparations during that period.
The JTA has learned that the
United States has made it clear
she will not tolerate a Soviet
attempt to land Egyptian units
on the Israeli-held bank of the
Suez Canal. Mr. Barbour was
said to have assured Mrs. Meir
that the cease-fire would include
mutual supervision by absolute-
ly reliable bodies so that no
military advantage could be
gained by either side.
In an apparent effort to as-
suage the feelings of Arab lead-
ers and guerrilla organizations,
President Nasser hedged his ac-
ceptance by making a number
of further qualifications and
warnings to the United States
and Great Britain. He said he
had "alisolutely no hope" for
peace and threatened a major
confrontation between the Arab
nations and fie United States if
it continues to give Israel mili-
tary aid.
Some sources say Col. Xasser's
acceptance of the U.S. plan was
designed and timed to put all
the pressure for implementation
upon Israel. And if Israel re-
jected the proposal, Cairo could
claim Jerusalem sabotaged the
peace effort.
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McGovern Proposal
Is 'Short Sighted/
Goldwater Jr. Says
WASHINGTON (JTA)Call-
fornia's Rep. Barry Gcldwater Jr.
son of the Sen. Bnr-y Goldwater,
(R-Ariz.) attacked Sen. George S.
McGovern's Middle East propos-1
als as "shortsighted, unreaTs'ic
and restrictive." He criticized the j
South Dakota Domorcrat's rec-
ommended prohibition of Israel's
use of American jets for "forays
over Arab territory," and asserted j
"Restrictions on the use of Israeli
aircraft would increase the possi-
bility of an Egyptian-Soviet-
launched invasion across the canal.
In short. Sen. McGovern's pro-
posal could tie the hands of the
Israeli Air Force in contending
with Soviet military assistance in
the Middle East, and could esca-
late the conflict."
The younger Goldwater recent-
ly returned from the Mideast,
where he was one of only a hand-
ful of American politicians per-
mitted to visit secret Israeli Air
Force facilities. He also met with
Foreign Minister Abba Eban and
visited the Golan Heights, Leba-
non and other areas.
Executive Director Marks
25 Years With City Of Hope
Nearly 440 Citv of Hope auxili-
aries across the United States join-
ed this week in marking e.\p"u-
tive director Ben Horowitz' 25th
anniversary with the City of Hotv\
which has two chartered fund-
raising chapters in this area.
In Los Angeles, the Board of
Directors and chapter leaders paid
tribute to Mr. Horowitz by presen-
ting him with the original casting
of the "Spirit of Life" sculpture,
which Ls now the symbol of th
City of Hope and stands at the
entrance to the free and nonsec-
tarian Medical Center. Sculpted by
Wyoming's Robert Russin, it de-
picts a mother, father and child.
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Memorial in celebration of "Honor America Day," on
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* Jewish fforieJiar
Friday, July 31. 1970
This Week In History
'(l'rom the flw* of the Jewish
T.-li-KiMpllic Ak
40 Years Aro This WVi'k: 1930
Rumania's EQng Cars] rejected
the resignation of Premier Julius
mi in the wake of anli-Scm-
tic disturbances. Interior Minister
M. Ta/liulanu. linked to anti-Sem-
i1 s. was imi>eached. removed and. hutt.|,ors"' charged "several New
a rested. JTA correspondent Boris Yor!< inall<,.tin supervisors with
S nolar. whose dispatches were
hold up by censors, averted ex-
pi lsion after a private talk with
I lint; Premier Ion Lugojanu.
The Maryland I.egisla I lire
I .reed to change its voting law,
v. lich in effect disenfranchiscil
charges of defacing the B'nai
B'rith buildiqg,,, ,, ,,
The Frankfurt Criminal Court
rere.iceted the freedom plea of
Herman Krumc", ex-SS officer
who was Adolf Eichmarm's adju-
tant.
The United States agreed to
sell, on a .'50-year-payment basis,
$58.2 milion worth of grain and
flour to Egypt and S17 million
worth to Syria, for a total to the
two of more than $330 million. The
i United Slates also loaned Egypt
Berlin he would never again make $7 mmkm for industrial develop-
overseas trips.
2O.OC0 Jews because this year's
registration fell on Rosh Hash-
anah and Succoth.
Palestine's De|rfncnt of Pub-
lic Works re[>orted that 5.7 per-
cent of its employees were Jews,
94.3 percent Arabs.
Brooklyn and Queens kosher
graft and extortion.
Prof. Albert Einstein said in
Dr. Sigmund Freud of Vienna
won the Goethe Prize for scien-
tific and literary distinction.
mem.
Israel and Argentina settled
differences over the abduction of
Adolf Eichmann, resuming friend-
ly relations. The Argentine Jus-
tice Ministry turned down citizen-
ship for Herbert Cukurs. former
SS officer accused of 32,000 Jew-
ish deaths in Riga.
fiooses to emplace.
Reinforcement of the firh
I feet is .still possible, but only
on what the military call a
SUrge basis," which means
1 lat the reinforcement, even by
; s little as two additional car-
i .ers, cannot be maintained for
) tore than about four months.
This is because of past reduc-
1 ons in the strength of the U.S.
Nlwy.
This is bad enough. The fur-
ther reductions under the new
i"X)gram of Laird defense cuts
\ ill not only somewhat weaken
1 to 6th Fleet itself, even though
Us strength is so clearly Inade-
quate in the changed situation.
In addition, it will reduce die
Navy's capability of "surge" re-
forcement very greatly. In 18
months or more, if the planned
cuts are made, the 6th Fleet
n ay therefore have to be with-
drawn from the Mediterranean!
That will first of all amount
1 turning the Mediterranean
ir.to a Soviet lake. Besides Alcx-
; viria and Latakia. the So-
\ ets arc already secretly 88-
ing the Algerian base of Men
I I Kebir. They are pouring se-
c ,-i money into little Malta, in
the hope of securing, at some
future time, a pro-Soviet gov-
nnient in this island that was
"lhe unsinkable aircraft carrier"
o] World War II.
Neither the French, nor the
lialians. nor anyone else at all.
cat possibly offer any oftuntor-
weight to the Soviet navy in
the Mediterranean in the future
c >nditions above summarized. Of
COSsrse, turning the Mediterran-
. m into a Soviet lake means,
among other things, passing a
sentence of death or subjuga-
tion on Israel and its people.
' u*. that, one must add, will
Iv be the beginning.
Yet the foregoing is only one
of several horror stories arising
lorn the secret debate about
inis nation's future. It is a very
hot debate. At least one of the
.'oint Chiefs of Staff is already
Vnown to have exercised every
hief of staff's ultimate privi-
ege. He has asked to present
his "reclame" meaning his
/anting that the defense cuts
are going much too farto the
President in person.
This has not been asked for
In a great many years, aivl H
should be enough to indicate
the terrible gravity of the tatUM
that arc now being aaguecl be-
hind closed doors. Yet the Pies-
lent will probably answer he
U.S. Senate. And in this, the
President may well be right.
II) Veins Ago This Weak I 19150
Egyptian President Gamel Ab-
del Nasser apparently failed lo
get other Arab governments to
hreak with Iran over its de facto ,.VTI ,. ^
recognition of Israel. Jordanian! PPe John XXII continued to
Premier HftSM MajaH called Mas- expunge oflensive MCS*JM
_ _,, i the conversion ritual, deleting the
sei's condemnation of the Shah, phraso: "You should abhor He-
of Iran "irresponsible." | brew perfidy and reject Hebrew
.. | supersiition."
Abba Eban, Minister Without I
Portfolio and former ambassador: Dr. Emanuel Neumann, honor-
.. ,. .. arv president of the Zionist Or-
to the UN and to the United JJJ*^ of Atnerjca, Mid the
States, was named Israeli Eduea- ] jewjg|| vote is an unorganized but
tion Minister. ; potent reality," and that "Amer-
ican Jews are in this reapeot no
Washington police arrested two; different from other groups of
American Nazi "stormtroopers" citizens making up the American
Daniel Burros and John Pa tier I electorate."
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+Jen>ist> fkricfictn
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Florida State Will Top Prior Student Enrollment Record Ul ewis Berner, Appointed By ij-f
^" r%r Ionic Rnrnnr nmlnOAl* ;inn mvtfoaa/nw t\f vnr\\r\cr\r ntwi ontnmi
TALLAHASSEE The largest
.ludent body in ihe ~ Uistory of
Florida -State University is cx-
jKjeted to report for registration
for the Fall Quarter Sept. 16. En-
rollment is expected to top last
year's record figure of 17,000.
Student! who have not pre-
viouslv attended Florida State
-------------------
Melvyn H. Bloom, whose ap-
pointment as Public Relations
director of the United Jewish
Appeal has been announced
by Herbert A. Friedman, execu-,
five chairman of UJA, will be in
charge of all public relations
functions in connection with
UJA's regular 1971 campaign
' and Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
must make application for admis-,
km to the university before AUK-l
14 and be admitted to the univer- ;
sity as a regular student in order
to register for the Fall Quartci-
Former students who withdrew
from the university should apply
for readmission at the Office of
the Registrar before that date in
order to register for the Fall
Quarter. Regular students who
"sit-out"' the summer session do
not have to reapply.
The University academic cal-
endar calls for dormitories to open ,
for the Fall Quarter on Sept. 13*.j
Orientation begins for new fresh-
men and undergraduate transfer
students on Sept. 14.
Registration will be held in
Tully Gymnasium by appointment ,
Sept. ll> through IS with late reg-
istration ending on Sept. '22. The
, deadline for doctoral admission to j
candidacy for a degree to be com-1
pleted in March is Sept. 18.
Classes begin on Monday. Sept.
21 and end on Dec. 8. No classes
will meet during the Thanksgiving
Holidays Thursday and Friday,
Nov. 2o-27.
the quarter and $450 per term, for
an out-ol-state undergraduate. In-1
state graduate students fee per,
quarter is $175; the out-of-state
graduate fee is S475 per term.
Final examinations for the full
quarter will be held Dec. 10
through 15. Graduate record ex-
aminations are scheduled to be
given during the Foil Quarter on
Saturday, Oct. 24 and on Satur-
day, Dec. 12 for those wishing to
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The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida Lodges has set up |
a public relations and publicity i
department in order to bring its !
many services to the community
and to its veterans to the atten-
tion of the public.
B'nai B'rith is well known for its
work in Veterans' Administration
Hospitals, its service to the armed I
forces, its blood banks and its |
citizenship and naturalization pro- j
gram, (under which 1,200 flags
were distributed recently to per-
sons who had just become U.S.
citizens in a Dadc County Audi- !
torium ceremony!.
i
The Community and Veterans
Services "Million Book Campaign," ,
a program which provides one ;
million books annually to military
installations, has been commend-
ed by both President Richard M.
Nixon and former President Lyn-
don B. Johnson.
The C.V.S. recently inaugurated
a program to combat crime which
has already received official rec-
ognition and a Federal Bureau of
Narcotics spokesman has termed
its drug abuse program "one of
the finest volunteer efforts in the
country." The C.V.S. also has in-
augurated an environment and
pollution program in an effort to
combat this very serious national
problem.
The Council of South Florida
Lodges is comprised of more than
10 Broward and Dade County
B'nai B'rith Lodges, with a total
membership of some 8,000 persons.
Dr. Louis Berner, professor and
chairman of biological sciences at
the University of Florida, has been
appointed interim director of the
University's Division of Biological
Sciences.
The appointment, announced b>
university president Stephen C.
O'Connell. is effective Aug. 1. It
fills the vacancy created last
March when Dr. George K. DavK
who headed Ihe division since its
establishment in 1964, became di-
rector of the University's Division
of Sponsored Research.
Dr. Berner, who reeetved hit
Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D de-
grees from the University of Flor
ida, .joined its faculty in 1916. A
Rabbi Isaac Ever Listed
In National Register
Rabbi Isaac Hiish Ever, founder
and spiritual leader of Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute, Miami
Beach, director of the Orthodox
V'aad Hakashruth of Florida and
president of the Talmudic Theo-
logical College of America, has
been listed in the 1970-71 National
Register of Prominent Americans
and International Notables. He is
the only rabbi in the State of
Florida listings.
Registration in the volume, this
year's edition of which is dedi-
cated to Dwight David Eisenhow-
er, 34th President of the United
States, is by recommendation of
an executive advisory council and
brings international recognition to
persons who have made outstand-
ing achievements. The Register
will be placed in major libraries of
221 countries as wetl as research
and reference centers.
professor of zoology and entom -
ogy with the university, he al*0
serves as curator of natural .- -
ences with the Florida State M l-
Bun*. He is a member ->f Sim i
XI, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kap a
Phi academic honorary organi/ -
lions.
Cohen
Continued from Page 4-A
it is only among Reform Je\ .
thai this kind of sclf-c halleiv-
SUrfaces. The Union of Ame-
can Hebrew Congregations ..
about to embark on a study coi
ducted by Prof. Leonard Feiti
of MIT that, hopefully, will pi
duce some valuable inform
tion about the future of H
synagogue.
In my own congregation, tlt
professional staff has been c
ploring in free-swinging discu-
sions with laymen, these que
tions for ihe past year. Some >
the ideas generated in thos
sessions will be incorporni. I
into the program for the Comil ,
year.
I think all of us involved i i
Jewish institutional life ha\
been slow in coming around I
the problems that face us in
the '70's Federation agcncii -.
homes for the aged and hospit-
als,, as well as synagogues
partly because of the affluent
of the '60's. The diminishir.
dollar is forcing us to confroi I
these issues and, optimist that
I am, I feel it can only be for
tlu- better if we do so honestly
and with courage.
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Friday, July 31, 1S70

BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebmon
^Controlling Small Wars' Strategy For The 70's
1XY DOUBT about the causes
^* of our disastrous foreign
policies should be dispelled by
f reading Controlling Small Wars,
by Lincoln P. Bloomficld and
Amelia C. Leiss (Alfred Knopf,
S9.95). The sub-title of the book,
"A Strategy for the 1970s" fills
one with dismay, since these peo-
ple simply repeat the errors of the past. Someone
has remarked, "Since our State Department and
Pentagon make so many mistakes, why can't they
make at least one mistake in our favor?"
Both authors of this book are political scientists
at the M.I.T. Center for International Studies and
both have done research for the U.S. Control and
Disarmament Agency. A former State Department
planner. Bloomficld is now director of M.I.T.'s Arms
Control Project. The book, however, contains nu-
merous factual errors: Israeli-Egyptian relations
were NOT relatively peaceful for several years after
1949. As a matter of fact, within a year ships of 15
nations traveling through the Suez Canal enroute to
and from Israel were confiscated, and their cargoes
sold. Israel itself was barred from use of the Suez,
and Fedayeen raids began in 1950. On Sept. 1, 1951,
the Security Council ordered Egypt to "terminate
i
the restrictions and cease all interference with
ksuch shipping." Egypt never complied, however.
The book discusses five recent international con-
flicts, devoting as many pages to "Conflict in the
Middle East 1956-67" as to the other four. There
are some admissions of past policy failures, and a
few good observations. The authors urge that Amer-
ica try to "bring a giver, conflict under control with
the prime aim of avoiding or minimizing violence"
instead of pursuing the objective of "producing an
outcome favorable for us. On occasion," they pro-
pose, "the United States might even choose to fo-
ment a local conflict rather than accept the moral
and strategic consequences of keeping the conflict
suppressed."
Obviously, the authors of this book never read
King Hussein's My "War" With Israel, in which he
admits Arabs plans and aggression against Israel in
r>iay, 1967. They express doubt of Arab intentions,
and say Ben-Gurion never agreed to Egyptian at-
tempts at reconciliation. They apparently have re-
lied on obscure and secondary sources when primary
were available. The book gives the lie to Egypt's
statement that it was driven to ally itself with Rus-
sia by Dulles' withdrawal of aid for the Aswan Dam
by revealing that Egypt had made purchases of im-
portant quantities of Soviet-bloc arms at the be-
ginning of 1955. Some had already arrived before
Dulles' withdrawal in July, 1955.
The authors advocate compulsory third-party
settlement reinforced by economic sanctions as well
as strong sanctions against armed incursions and
sabotagebut only the most naive and idealistic
United Nations supporters believe Russia would
ixrmit sanctions against any Arab state. And any
pragmatist knows that the United States would not
veto sanctions against Israel.
The sanguine weavers of foreign policy support
the broadening basis of Arab unity. While conceding
that at present the one issue on which all Arabs are
united is the hatred of "Zionism" (an Arab-Russian
euphemism for hatred of the Jews) they offer the
panacea of "keeping Arabs disunited and quarreling
among themselves" and indulge in fantasy by sug-
gesting that measures taken in 1967 to prevent re-
sumption of hostilities should have included "strong
condemnation of Arab-sponsored terrorists and
equally strong Soviet pressure to delay deployment
of Egyptian forces"even though they admit that
tensions were "fostered to some degree by Moscow."
In the final chapter one sees either an exhibition
of abysmal ignorance or amazing "chutzpah." The
lesson of U.S. intervention in Vietnam .has been
ost on these fuzzy-thinking political scientists whose
ignorance of American and foreign political life is
frightening. They advocate "a credible American
willingness to intervene without delay, preferably
through the U.N. framework but, if necessary, uni-
laterally ." God save America!
tat'
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT

Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Professionals In Revolt
IT WAS NOT a pretty situation as
hundreds of nurses, for days on
end, refused to attend to the needs of
their patients as a means of pressing
economic improvement in their own
status. Yet surprisingly, they enjoyed a
considerable measure of public support
and good will. They understood that the
strike was for the ultimate benefit of
the patientsthat the health services of the state were
in grave danger of collapse unless immediate steps were
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
The Voucher Plan
A NEW controversy is bubbling
^^ up in the world of education
over the Voucher Plan offered
by Christopher Jencks. associate
professor of education at Har-
vard and co-director of the Cen-
ter for the Study of Public Policy.
Prof. Jencks Voucher Plan, which
would permit parents to buy edu-
cation for their children at any school they choose,
with the understanding that the government would
not shut its eyes to the standards maintained by
the independent cells of education, has been ap-
plauded by a number of educators and thoughtful
people unhappy with the present situation.
Some people obtain food stamps from the gov-
ernment now. Why not schooling stamps? Simple?
Harmless? Worth a try?" Well, watch for the ex-
plosion.
The National Education Association has warned
that widespread use of the voucher program would
be a threat to the public school system. In their
judgment, the voucher system would widen the gap
between poorer and richer school districts. Other
critics view the voucher proposal as a scheme lend-
ing encouragement to segregationists, despite Prof.
Jencks assurance that the plan has built-in protec-
tion against racist use. Those unhappy with the
Jencks proposition see the public schools as a dump-
ing ground for children not wanted by other schools.
And so the arguments rage.
Meanwhile, the Office of Economic Opportunity
has given the Jencks forces a grant of $196,313 with
which to probe the voucher system's feasibility. We
are just beginning to hear about this ingenious de-
vice, but it is not too early to call ui*>n all who
consider the public school system to be the strongest
undergirding of our democratic system to examine
this new idea aimed at improving the quality of
public school education from every angle.
People honestly concerned about schooling for
our 60,000.000 boys and girls of elementary and
secondary school age have a moral obligation to
take a closer look at the problems besetting our
school systems and the bagful of proposals for
change which are being offered.
taken to make nursing more attractive. With nurses'
salaries and working conditions so bad, the ones who were
leaving were not being replaced. The fact that they had
been quiet, patient, docile and disciplined all these years,
and given the run-around while other workers obtained
benefits, had not gone unnoticed.
The action of the nurses was one symptom of a gen-
eral malaise, a preview of what will undoubtedly become
a major series of moves within a month or two. Rising in
revolt also are what may be called the "professionals"
the academicians or intellectuals of society. Once again
the university graduate is up in arms over the steady de-
terioration of his economic position.
The Histadrut, Israel's Federation of Labor, has been
struggling valiantly to hold the line. But the profession-
als feel Histadrut leadership is catering to the working
class at their expense. Every rise in prices and every in-
crease in labor wages reduces the gap between laborer
and professional. Doctors, teachers, lawyers, professors,
engineers, nurses, chemists, judges and social workers are
among those united in a common cause.
Unfortunately, the labor leadership has contributed
to the creation of this unique Israeli time-bomb over the
past two decades. The salary scale of one profession has
been linked contractually to that of another, which is
linked to still another, so that if a raise or improvement
is somehow obtained by one group, it triggers a chain
reaction. They all go over like a row of standing dominoes.
The intensity of the nurses' strike was a preview of
what is in store for early fall, when the crisis, which has
been delayed, will undoubtedly flare forth in full fury
unless the Egyptians and Syrians have, in the meantime,
launched a furious attack of their own. Under such cir-
cumstances, internal problems will be put asideat least
temporarily.
They'll Never Learn
AFTER HE resigned as pregi-
** dent of the jury at the 20th
annual International Film Festi-
val in Berlin, George Stevens, di-
rector of such screen classics as
"A Place in the Sun." "The Diary
of Anne Frank" and "The Great-
est Story Ever Told," declared
that the hysteria of the press and
the audience brought events of World War II and
the atrocities committed by the Nazis just before he
and his fellow soldiers of the army signal corps en-,
tered Dachau and Buchenwald to his mind. "Those
people in Berlin frighten me," he said. "They will
never learn."
Reason for the uproar was the anti-American
quickie made by Michael Verhoevcn, an independent
entry from Germany, in which a "bunch of Bavar-
ians" depicted G.I.s raping a Vietnamese woman.
Although Mr. Stevens personally felt that the hate-
filled, cheaply-made thriller was no material for a
festival selection, the jury had no objection to its
presentation. But before a decision was made, the
Yugoslav member leaked information that the U.S.
director was trying to disqualify the German entry,
and the resulting wave of terror against the jury
members forced them all to resign, thus leaving the
festival committee no choice but to cancel screen-
ings of films entered in competition which had not
been shown to the press.
If the German press and radio representatives
had shown only a fraction of the same zeal for the
lives of millions of their own countrymen 25 years
ago as they did in their "courageous" stand for a
mediocre motion picture, the world at large would
be a better and happier place today.


THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALL0B
Bim.i.i"fflnr:.i;11MH
MIMMMNMIam .. :. ...
AX ENERGETIC family of
** transplanted Israeli Jews
is making Israeli food specialties
known to a variety of races
colors and creeds in Brooklyn
and Queens. Their customers in-
clude thousands of other Israelis
Mrs. Rachel Levy, the matri-
arch of the family, came to the
United States from Palestine 30
years ago. The first of her
residing in the New York area,
"kesher pizza shops" was set up
on Pitkin Avenue in Brooklyn
about 12 years ago, and two
years after its opening was
moved into larger quarters on
Flatbush Avenue.
Mrs. Levy's son, Amnon, and a
partner operate the Flatbush
Avenue shop; the second store,
which was started in 1966 in the
Rego Park section of Queens, is
operated by Abraham Levy, an-
other son. The third store was
opened last February in Flush-
ing and is operated by a sabra
who had been a cook in Tel
Aviv. Moshe Fried, Amnon's
brother-in-law, will be operating
the fourth shop, opened in May
in Brooklyn's Boro Park section.
All of these shops have the
same basic policies. All feature
pizza which is really kosher;
each shop is under rabbinical
supervision and since the pizza
is guaranteed kosher, it is ac-
ceptable to Orthodox Jews. Non-
observant Jews buy it because
it is well-made and fresh. A1'
the foods except the pittahan
Arab round bread split like a
hamburger rollis made on the
premises, and the Levys plan
to start baking their own pittah
soon.
Once a customerJewish or
non-Jewish, black or white, Oc-
cidental or Orientalcomes in
for pizza, he is persuaded to try
such basic Israeli staples as fal-
Israeli Food For New Yorkers
af( I and humus. Falafel is dis-
pensed in the form of a sand-
wich. Two fried balls of chick-
peas are encased between the
two halves of pittah. and cov-
ered with a salad on which is
spread a sesame sauce. The _
chickpea balls are cooked and
kept hot in a bubbling pot of
kosher fat on the stove.
The Sal-bath schedule is fixed
by the start and end of the Sab-
baththe Friday and Saturday
hours of operation vary with
the weekly changes in the hours
of the Sabbath. Resident Israelis
there are about 40,000 in New
York Cityflock to the Levy
shops whtn they learn about
them, and many from surround-
ing states are urging the pro-
prietors to open similar shops in
their areas. The Levys are pres-
ently mapping plans to satisfy
the demand.


Joy-
July 31. 1970
+Jew 1st fhTSdHcin
Page 11-A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
T^TroUNTY JUDGES COURT
,TNHAEND FOR DADECOUNTY,
IN flOR'DA IN PROBATE
No. 85830-C
- Batata of
' lilSL NATHAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I mi creditors and All Persona Hav-
[-, ...Vm- Demands Against'Said
*a kre hereby notified and required
""eSntW claims and demands
v,?u may have against We ea-
,licol'i H. NATHAN dccoas-
k& of Dade County. PlorMa, U.
ouiitv Judges ..f n.u!.- County,
' in duplicate and as
.....I
I,. i)i*. sanu......-.-
Section 733.111. Florid.-,
offices in the Coun-
iiaiie County, Flo-
lendar months from
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in husiness under the fictitious name
of 1.IKI1MAX (,'Uti'K I'd. (nol In-
corporated) al 3S6 NJC_ H>7 Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
(Wit Court of Hade County. Florida.
Joseph Lehman,
sole owner
7/81-8/7-14-21
in
|tuics. in their
lourthouse in
within six '
first publication hcre-
wili h.' barred.
I line of the
,,. ih';^-;1l'i,;illli ,,,,,,-i,,,,, ,his 3ist
rSf March. A.D. IJW.
RICHARD 1> LEVY
MAIIIiV A. I.F.VY
As Executors
Kr-t publication of this notice on
fii.th .lay of July, l!'7-
felUS, KAPLAN. PORTER,
Knson k- kenin
ey ior Executors
S W First Street,
Imi. Florida 7 ,0.,7,L-4-31
rciiuirt
. THs CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IlN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-13122
>TICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|,i;\ ANTlH,
in iff
:r 'wtis.
ndant
MKVKlt ANT1S,
[l.Ku KA'i'Z
WEST I''Til STREET
HA RAW AY APARTMENTS
UKOOKLYN, MOW YORK
fir. MEYEX ANTTS. are hereby
n< f,,,i iliat a Complaint lor Divorce
been filed against you, and you
to serve a copy of your
Pleading to the Complalnl
IxTor- nw 'he Plaintiff's attorney,
I I. 11:,vis. Esq., P.A.. 417 Bl8-
a n. I'.uildiiu. ;:' W. Flagler Street,
M mi. Florida 33130Phone: 379-2861,
file Uie original Answer or Plead-
in the office of the Clerk of the
uii Court on. or before the 85th
of August. 1970. If you fail to do
Jtadpmonl by default will he taken
hist you tor the relief demanded
in h.- complaint for Divorce.
HIS NOTICE shall he published
oa>e each week for four consecutive
W*k- > the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
ONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Mri'la. this 21 at day of July. 1K70.
[ E IV LEATHERMAN, Clerk
I Ircull Court. Daile County. Florida
By: N. A. HFAVETT
11. i.uiy Clerk
(diciiit Court Seal)
7/24-31 8 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11931
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EVELYN MAHNES
Plaintiff
vs.
A1 .F RE I > M AON ES.
I i. i|.la Ml
TO: ALFRED MAGNE8
87-18 37th Avenue
Jackson Heights. New York
You, ALFRED MAONES, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are ruijuired to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pi. ading to
the Hill of Complaint on tW Plaintiff-
aitorney. XKLAN SWEET. ESQ., 420
Lincoln ltoad. Miami Roach, Florida
and file the original Answer or PI. ail-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12lh
daj of August. 1970. If you fail to do
-so. judgminl by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in iii. ihii of Complaint
Tins notice shall be published
once each week for fuur consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND oliDEUFD at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of July A.D.
l!'7f>.
E. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: 1.. SNKEDEN
I iiputy Clerk
(Circuit COUrl Seal!
XEI.AN SWEET
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 11-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2255
In HE: Estate of
ISADORA GOLDBERG
I leee;u. d. rf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
lo present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ISADORE GOLDBERG, ile-
eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
-. provided in Section 733 111, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, or the same will hi- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Gth
day of July. A.D. 1970.
ANNA in ILDRERG,
As Administratrix
First publication of this 'notice on
the imli day of July, 1970.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK
Attorney for Administratrix
in W. Raster Street
Suite 204
Miami, Florida 33130
7/10-17-84-81
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOT ICE
NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12257 No. 70-12674
SUIT FOR DiyOJfcBE ___ -. U IT FOR DIVORCE
MYRTLE McCOY, ETOII.E R, CHURCHILL,
Plaintiff, Plaintiff,
vs. vs
JESSIE GORDON McCOY, JAMES M. CHURCHILL,
Defendant. Defendant.
To: JESSIE GORDON McCOY TO: JAMES M. CHURCHILL
Box l"7 Uouto 3 Residence unknown
Cornell-, Georgia You, JAMES M. CHURCHILL. :< *
You. JESSIE GORDON McCOY, hereby notified that a Hill of cv.n.-
are hereby notified that a Hill of plaint for Divorce has I.....n fie 1
Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. anil you are required
against you. and you are required to serves copy of your Answer or Pie:, -
serve a copv of your Answer or Plead- Ing to the Hill "f Complaint on t; i
ins to the Hill of Complaint on the | Plaintiff's attorney, PuLi.ack ;-.
Plaintiffs attorney sanford H. I YOCOM, 1700 Northwest 7th s,n
KRAMER, 1150 NW. 14th Street, | Suite I"". .Miami, Florida and :
.Miami, Florida 33136 and file the i the original Answer or Pleading In Wie
original Answer or Pleading in the I of flee of the Clerk of >,,. Or. i >
office of the ci,.ik of the Circuiti Court on or before Hie 21 st day r
Court on or before the 14lh day Of. August, 1970. if you fad lo do
August. 19.70. If yoU fail to do BO, I Judgment by default wid be ml-
Judgment by default will be taken I against you for the rellel demand ,
against you for the relief demanded in I in 'he I II of Complain;,
the Dill of Compluiut.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2584
IRE: Estate of '
JLLIAM KINO,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons
lying Claims or Demands Against
Id Estate:
fou are hereby notified and re-
red to present any claims and de-
nials which vou may have against
estate of WILLIAM KINO de-
fied late of Dade County. Florida,
Hie County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
Dvid.d in Section 733.111. Florida
Junes, in their offices in the fjpun
nurlhouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of, ,.r ihe same will be barred.
bated at Miami, Florida, this .nil.
da\ of Julv, A.D. 1970.
WILLIAM KINO, JR.
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
24th day of July. 1970.
MON. HAYS A GRl.NDWERG
Ittorney for Estate
Alnaley Building
In mi. Florida 33132
7 24-31 R 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79909-B
IN P.E: Estate of
SYDNEY K. HERC.EK,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
t\e filed Final Report and I'eii-
ji for Distribution "and Final Dis-
use as administratrix of tin ,s-
le of SYDNEY R. BEKGER, de-
ceased and that on the ilth day of
August. 1970, will apply l<) the Honor-
County Judges of Dade County,
lirida, for appprovul of said Filial
|pori and for distribution and final
charge as administratrix of the
late of the above-named decedent,
kis ixth day of June, 197".
Jealmette Uauman,
As administratrix
M-IANOFF& WALLEK
forneys for estate
Lincoln ltoad
imi Heach, Florida.
7/17-24-31 S'7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN BHOBATE
No. 70-2263
BLANTON
In HE: Estate of
ISRAEL TiiDRAS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any ulaims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ISRAEL TODRAS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
iv Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the lime Of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Daied at .Miami. Florida, this Sth
day of June, A.D. 170.
GUSSID TODRAS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of July, 1970.
SIMONS, SIMONS SIMONS
Attorneys for Executrix
31^.", Coral Way
.Miami. Florida 33143
7 17-24-31 S 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-13115
NOTICE OF SUIT BY PUBLICATION
AKISTEDES SABAS
PEREZ RFIZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Oi.iiiUA PEREZ,
Defendant.
TO: GLORIA PEREZ
l"s4n Flaxlon StBcet
culver, city, California
You are notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are n.iiuirud to s, \
a copy of your answer or pleading
to the Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney Sam W. Kb infold, 19 West
Racier Sire.t, Miami, Florida 33131),
and file the original answer or plead
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
above Court on or before August 21,
1!7.
if you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
1">NE AND ORDERED this Slat
day of July, 1970 in Miami. Dade
County. Florida.
K It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Uy: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal) ^^
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jenistincridton
slicits your legal notice*
7e appreciate your
ronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
t68 .
Dial 373-4665
for messerger serried
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2116
John R. Bl.inton
In RB: Estate of
ALBERT PEARL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having 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 ai.hekt PEARL, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ihe time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2Cth
day of June, A.D. 1H70.
ANNA LEVENSO.N
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 10th day of July. 1970.
ItiillKRT H. NEWMAN. ESQ.
Attorney for the estate of
ALUERT 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
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PARR1E LEE stokes.
Plaintiff,
NATHAN STOKES,
I lefellllailt.
TO: NATHAN STOKES
Route 2, Box *">
Smoakes, South Carolina
Tou. NATHAN STOKES, are here-
by notified thai a Hill of Complain)
for Divorce has been filed againsi
you, and V"U are required U> serve
.....ny of your Answer or Pleading to
the I'.ill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, POL1 ACK A BARONE,
I7(in NW. 7th Street, Suite 100, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in ihe office of the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court on or before the
imb day of August. IJ70. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
mand! d in the Hill Of Comolaint.
This notice shall he published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
iii THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of July A.D. IT0.
Ell. LEATHERMAN, clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Law offices of pollack & Baroita
17"" NW. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312.1
Attorneytsl for Plaintiff
" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-12167
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
FORECLOSURE
FLAGLBR MORTGAGE COMPANY,
,v Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOAN DBLEVEAUX,
an unremarried widow,
Defendant.
TO: JOAN DBLEVEAUX
144 Weirfield Street
Brooklyn. New York
YOU. JOAN DBLEVEAUX. an un-
remarried widow, are hereby UOtitled
ihat a Complaint for Foreclosure of
Mortgage has been filed against you
on the following described properly.
Lo| 12 in Block 8 of SE.MINOI K
LAWN, according lo the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Hook
1C, at Pagt 4 of the Public Records
of 1 lade County. Florida:
. \,.u are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Conn.laint io Foreclose Mortgage on
the Plaintiffs attorney, Ronald i.
DAVIS, ESQ., PA.. 417 Btscayne
Building. 18 W. Flagler Street, Miami,
Morlda 33130-Phone S79-38M, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
Vile office of the Clerk of the Circuit
loiirl I'll or before the 12th day of
Vuanist, 1970. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
againsi you for the relief demanded
in th Complaint to Foreclose .Mort-
gage
This Notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four (4) consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of July. 1970.
E H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C I.. ALEXANDER
Deputy eh i k
n ircull court Seal) _.
7 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
This notice shall be published once
uiicb week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of July A.D.
1970.
10. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Orsanty, Florida
By: N. A. HHWETT
i iwiuy cierk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFORD H. KRAMER
li:,ii NW. Mtli Street,
Miami. Florida 33130
Alloroev for Plaintiff
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. 70-12275
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES ALVIN FRA/.1ER,
Plaintiff,
ANTOINETTE RITA FRAZUSR,
Defendant
TO: ANTOINETTE RITA FRAZIER
1419 South 29th Street
JAMBS ALVIN FRAZIER,
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
You, ANTOINETTE RITA FRAZI-
ER, are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
I'l. ading to the BUI of Complain I on
the Plaintiff's attorney. UROVER
OIMENT WF.l.NSTFIN \- BTAUBBR,
P A., 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida, J31X9 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 14th day of August. I70.
If vou fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for Ihe
relief demanded in the Bill Of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
ea.h week for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this gth day of July A.D.
1970.
H. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. I. ALEXANDER
I i.i.u'v Clerk
(Circuit Court Baal)
GROVBR CIMENT WL'INSTEIN
\- STAUBER, PA.
960 Lincoln Road
.Miami Bench, Florida 331*9
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/10-17-24-J1
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 teceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crrdilor-. and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
you arc hereby notified and requir-
ed io present any claims and demands
which vou m.iy have againsi the es-
tate of MINNIE MYERS deceased
late i I Dad. County, Florida, to the
County Judge- of Dade County, and
file 111" same in duplicate anil as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida statu-
tes in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Pad. County, Florida,
within six calendar mbnths from the
time of Hi. fir! publication neceof,
or Ihe same Ml bi barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of April. A.D. 1970.
BSTELLE GRIBETZ
MIL'S) N D. MITLER
As Executors
First publicaii",! Of Ibis notice on
the l"ih day of July. 1970.
MYERS. KAPLAN. PORTER,
LBV1NSON KENIN
Attorneys for Bm uutora
I ISO S.W. First Street,
Miami, Florida
7 iii-I7-:'I-".I
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name
,,f ARAOON APARTMENTS at 101
Aragon Avenue. Coral Gables, Flor-
ida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
HARRIS RICHARD
PROPERTIES, INC.
Harris Goldberg
President
RICHARD & GROSS
Attorney for Harris Richard
Properties, inc.
60 Lincoln Road,
Miami Heach, Florida
7-10-17-24 31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tno fictitious names
of A V ; SI.IDEI.AF.; and
ITI.MI.AH at MM South Dixie High-
way. Suiie 207, Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with
the cb-rk of -he Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
David Kent
JOHN ALTBUMAN
Attorney for Applicant
414 Dupont Plaza Center
Miami. Florida 33.31 lw|^,
NOTICE UNDEM FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business nnd.- the fictitious name
of SUNSET LIGHTING, INC. B9O0
s.w 73rd St., Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Dated at .Miami this Mb day of
July 1970.
Mini'El. OF ETC I.ICS.
I 'resident
WALTER MACKOI'L
Attorney for Applicant
121H City National Bank Bldg.
.Miami. Fla. 33130
7 in-17-24-31
This notice shall be published on a
each week for four consecutive wo,
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Mini .
Florida ibis 15th day of July A I
1970
K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florid
By: MARGUERITE KENT,
Deputy llerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
POLLACK \- YOCOM
l7"fi N.w. Tib StreetSuite IM
.Miami. Florida (643-9990)
Ait. i-11. x s for Plaintiff
: i- 21-31 II :
NOTICE Or ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA L CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL AC'S ION
No. 70-12679
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCEDES SUAREZ deMARQUEZ
Plaintiff,
\ s
GUSTA V'l i LAZARi > MARQUEZ,
In-i'i ndant.
TO: GUSTAVO I.AZARo MARQUEZ
Residence Unknown
You. GUSTAVO LAZARO MA -
ill i:Z. are hereby nolifi. I that
BUI of Complaint for Divorce h
been filed againsi vou. and you i
required to serve a copy of yjnf
Answer or Pleading to Hi- Bill *
Comr'aint on the Plaintiff's attorill
LESTER ROGERS. ESQ 1454 N '
17lh Avenue. Miami. Florid 4 K3l'-'5
and file thi original Answer or I'l.-a !-
ing in the ofn,e of the cier:. of i -
circuit Court on or before the 21 -c
day of August, 1970. If you Fail to
so. ludgment by default will be lak- i
against you for the relief demand i
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published oil' e
each week for four consecutive wee t
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Mi.i.
Florida, ibis 15th day of July A '
1970,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad. County, Floi id
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Conn Seall I
i ,i-:s-i :n in iGERS, ESQ.
1454 S.W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 88125
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 l'-24 '<_
"In the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for dade county,
FLORIDA
No. 70-4233 (Knock)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMUEL E. SMITH.
Plaintiff,
JAMES M PHILLIPS.
,1 & .1 MOT! HIS, INC.
& JIMCAR CO., INC.,
I lof< iidnnls.
You. JAMES M. PHILLIPS, I
hereby notified thai a Complain) in
ill,, nature of a i'i. diu.rs suit and^ i nloi-.e lien against the H'v of E3 .",
,,f Ntj of swi, of ni,;i, of sw1,.
Set 3 TWP '' Smith, Range 40 Bast,
Dadi County, Fla. has been Mi
again:'! you, and you are required
10 -, v.- a copy of your Answer or
Pleading lo the Bill Of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's Attorney, SAUL T.
VON /.A.MFT. 1512 Capital Bank
Bldg.. Miami. Florida 33132, and fil*
the original Answer or Pleading in
ihe office of the cbrk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Hull day of
August, 1870. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be tak. .
againsi you for the relief demanded
in lb. Bill Of Comidaint.
Tl.is notice shall be published oi
each week for four consecutive vve<
Hi THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
in iNK and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida ibis 2nd day of July. 1970.
!: I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid.
By. N.A HEWETT
Deputy Cl.rk
( Cir, ill. i 'olirl Seal i
SAC I. T. VON /AM FT
Attorney for Plaintiff
1512 Capital Bank Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33132
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitloufl name
of JOD1 LYNN APARTMENTS at
10150 N.E. 19th Court. North Miami
Beach. Florida intends to register
said name with the Cbrk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SHIRLEY diii.DBEiu;
i....., owner
RICHARD & GROSS
Attorney for
SHIRLEY Ool.DBERG
806 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/24-31 8/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-12121
NOTICE OF SUIT
DEI.oRES ANN PARKER.
Plaintiff,
RICHARD HENRY PARKER.
I lef.-ndant.
TO: RICHARD HENRY PARKER
s. avli w Avenue
11. .an ('.rove. \. w Jersey
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint lor Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
st rv. a copy of your answer or plead-
ing io th. Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorneys HOLLANDER & PB8TCOE.
7ii> City National Bank Building. 26
West Flagler St.. Miami, Florida 33180
and fib- the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
abnvi Curt on or before Aug. 14th
1970. If you fail to do so, judgment
by default xx i 11 be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
DONB AND ORDERED this 7th
day of July. 197n.
E. B. LEATHERMAN". Clerk
By: N. A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
7/10-17-24-Jl


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eJewish Floridian
[iami. Florida Friday. July 31. 1970
Section B
Thant Clamps Down On U.N.
Spokesmen On Middle East
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
J.N. Secretary General U Thant
las clamped down on spokes-
pen, and given instructions
Jiat they are to say nothing
Ibout the Middle East. The of-
Icial "no comment" stance ap-
plies to developments regarding
he U.S. peace initiative, the
jjssibility that Ambassador
Suunar V. Jarring will resume
fis |eace mission, and arrival of
Waj. Gen Ensio Siilasvuo, who
A-ill succeed Gen. Odd Bull as
fcheif of staff of the United Na-
tions Truce Supervision Organ-
tation (UNTSO) in the Middle
East Aug. 1.
Mr. Thant's demand for si-
fence was attributed by one
ource to his reluctance to "rock
he boat with any statement
uring this period of sensitive
^gotiaticns and studies of the
f,S. peace initiative by the Arab
ations and Israel, preferring to
ay nothing which could be
eized upon by either side as an
hdication of either approval or
psappnnal."
One diplomatic source hinted
it Mr. Thant would say noth-
at this time because he hiid
IpiiurrntK been "burned" by his
|ress comments in Geneva ear-
er this month. His characteri-
ation of the Soviet peace plan
Is 'concrete, interest ing, new
tnd realistic' left the impression
|e was downgrading the U.S.
eaee plan. He met with Presi-
lent NiXOlI and other high-
pinkint administration officials
week later, but offered no
l>r, ific comment on the Ameri-
|aii plan.
It is understood that the U.S.
1!Rials will ask the Big Four
d endorse the resumption of Dr.
airing's peace mission next
lonth. The peace mission has
|een stalled because the ambas-
adors have not been able to
gre on any guidelines, and Dr.
arring, the Swedish ambassa-
r to the Soviet Union, is re-
ictant to resume his efforts
ithout a firm mandate from
|he four powers.
Secretary of State William P.
ogers made it clear to Egypt
ii his letter outlining the U.S.
proposal last month, that the
.S. plan depended a great deal
ipon Ambassador Jarring. "In
ur view," he wrote, "the most
ffective way to agree on a set-
ement would be for the parties
[o begin work under Ambassa-
cr Jarring's aucpices." The out-
omc, he said, of discussions be-
faeen Egypt, Jordan and Israel
n the U.N. Security Council's
pase-fire resolution would take
he form of a report from Am-
assador Jarring to Secretary
neral U Thant.
The Swedish diplomat is cur-
L'ntly vacationing in southern
'cden, and U.N. spokesmen
Irould not comment beyond the
^atement that there are no
ravel plans for Dr. Jarring at
lis time. The were equally un-
jmmunicative about the nature
Maj. Gen. Siilasvuo's three-
day visit to U.N. headquarters,
saying only that he was here for
"consultations." Asked if Maj.
Gen. Siilasvuo would discuss the
strengthening of UNTSO forces
or reorganizing them to be more
effective, the spokesman replied,
"No comment."
Greece Finds Terrorists
Guilty Of Killing Child
Air Raids On Missile
Sites Enter 3rd Month
The Israel Air Force entered
its third month of daily raids on
Egyptian missile sites, fortifica-
tions and artillery positions in
the Suez Canal area without loss.
Military observers believe the
Soviets have already decided to
employ Soviet pilots in active
combat, the Tel Aviv evening
paper Maariv has reported. The
objective is to put military pres-
sure on Israel as well as to pre-
vent further heavy blows from
being inflicted on their allies,
its military correspondent said,
so it will be only a matter of
time before dogfights between
Soviet and Israeli-piloted jets
will take place.
State Department spokesman
Robert J. Mcdoskey declined to
comment on reports attributed
to U.S. intelligence sources that
key parts of a SA.M-3 missile
have been raptured by Israeli
units. Israel issued a denial of
the report, which appeared in
Newsweek magazine.
Egypt lost twoand possibly
three MIG-17s in air battles
over the Suez Monday. For the
first time in several weeks, Is-
raeli positions in the northern
sector came under attack. Four
Israeli soldiers were injured be-
fore Israeli jets intercepted the
MIGs at low altitude, downing
two of them. Their pilots bailed
out over Egyptian territory be-
fore they crashed. A third plane
was believed to have been hit
from the ground, but was not
seen falling.
One Israeli soldier was killed
and another injured in an inci-
dent in the Golan Heights near
Ein Zivan; there were three Is-
raeli casualties in the exchanges
of fire which took place along
the Suez Canal front. Two Arab
guerrillas lost their lives in a
clash with an Israeli patrol Fri-
day night near the Damiyah
Bridge over the Jordan River.
JERUSALEM (WNS) The
Greek government, rejecting an
Israeli plea, has declared that
seven Arab terrorists will be re-
leased under terms of an agree-
ment with the Arab commandos
who hijacked Greek airliner with
49 passengers and six crewmen
aboard.
Two of the seven terrorists
were convicted last week of kill-
ing a two-year-old Greek boy
during an attack on the El Al
Airlines Athens' office. A Greek
government spokesman said the
trial was held to conform to
Greek law, and the nation's
sense of justice has been "ful-
filled" by the conviction.
The government's agreement
with the terrorists, negotiated
with the assistance of the In-
ternational Red Cross, allowed
for the trial prior to the release
of the seven guerrilllas sched-
uled to take place within a
month.
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban had urged Greece not to
honor the agreement since it
was extracted under duress. He
warned that yielding to the hi-
jackers' threats would lead to
another wave of airline sabotage
and noted that terrorists would
feel confident that if they were
captured, fellow guerrillas would
secure their release by holding
iet planes and passengers as
hostages.
In a statement made later in
the Knesset, Mr. Eban said:
"We believe that a deal made
with criminals for criminals is
invalid," and added that efforts
to convince the Greek govern-
ment of its folly are continuing.
"At the same time," he declared.
"we are investigating very thor-
oughly the part played by the
Red Cross representative in this
affair."
Israeli Arab U.S.
Group Seeks Peace
NEW YORK (JTA) An in-
ternational research group com-
posed of American, Arab and
Israeli scholars will undertake
a broad-ranging program of re-
search in an effort to promote
a peaceful solution to the Mid-
dle East crisis, a New York edu-
cational foundation supporting
the project has announced.
The Fund for Peace, formerly
known as the Fund for Educa-
tion in World Order, was found-
ed in 1957 as a private, non-
commercial organization of edu-
cators, businessmen, bankers
and lawyers.
Joseph P. Lyford, president of
the Fund, termed the collabora-
tion of Arab, Israeli and U.S.
experts "an encouraging and
desperately needed initiative"
which, it is hoped, will stimulate
other rational efforts by the
world academic community to
examine the possibility of con-
ciliation.
The Arab-Israeli Research an J
Relations project will operate on
the fundamental assumption
that the issues in the Middle
East which threaten the entire
world's security can neither be
allowed to drift or solved by
force, Mr. Lyford said. "It is a
tragic fact that very little has
been done to subject the key
issues to the sort of persistent,
examination which could lead to
practical operational recommen-
dations."
gUMS/SCOS
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'Special Assembly' Set
i;il>lii Mayer Abramowitz and
j>bi Irving Lohrman will lead
' activities at the annual "Spe
Assembly" of the Jewish Na-
il Fund Council of Greater
pi in the Fontainebleau Hotel
lay evening, Aug. 23. Judge
[W. Kogan, who will return
Israel just prior to the
! assembly, is expected to
a report on his findings.
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Friday, July 31. 1970
Sally, Meet Sophie
Yeshiva Acquiring Staten Island Acres
By C.KORC.F. FRIEDMAN
Sa^ !'m sand, now studying at
"ir.cinnati's Reform Seminary to
Hm 'in rabbi.
ould Rot, however, be the first
. mi to to officiati in
"h. hie Tuck.-r dirt i got
in.- yean as a Hitm Holiday
KMMed Bjueal it the Actors Tem-
ic in New York, leading th<-
".rah roafllnp Har long-time
wbttctty man, Matviii Bonn, says
-he has been credited with raising
l miirh as S18.0O0 in a single
-i v ice.
Mi- Tucket -who one- receiv-
.1 even ovations from a D-ueh
udienci' Believed to discover she
.as not, as her record- hid led
Drive On To Replace
Democrats Purged
From Voter Rolls
The Dad- County Democratic
icutfve Committee has launch-
d its 1970 V -
k the del l >1 nore
than 20,0 I voto
it ition rolls
State S n. Kenneth Mj i
Re] ; W
Earner, chs t the 1
c-
Florida, and S iphi En
Si ite Democi vom-
m from 11 inty.
Howard Porman h been ap-
ointed !' ol th
rhe area chairmen are Sta Gold-
anri M y r David Ltnham.
\->r-ti' Mian I Bi C
rfhrml Beac P -
-pi [nti rnal or* I Labnr its
" n. Local 178, Nath .'. I D
McCartney and Chi
Hadiey. Liberty City: M nolo Re-
ioso, Lazaro A! ho and Rafael
.Tui. Latin America; Bfl
ms a, 9 uth Miami; OtMl
John.-. Clarence Edwards S
Dack: Larry Newi 11 an I Mik Ab-
ams, Young D -: Felix
Ramos, Puerto Rican, and Neal
Adams, Brownm-iue.
By Jan. 1. 1970 there will bo
So.ODu Cuban-American ottizett.
To date only 23000 are resist, e I
niters; it mutt be emAasfzed that
vhen the Cuban people become
American citizens they must regis-
ter to vote in order to assum
their full rights as citizens.
them to bell. B*r
- tendered a dinner in ISM by
Americas Federation of Ac-
It was held at Mecca T.-r-
Nt-w York, and the guests on
the dais included Eddie Cantor.
Jack Beany, George Burns ami
Harry Hiischfield.
A- she recalled in her BUtoUo
graphy. Miss Tucker respond*-d t<-
the i>! us--filled sj>eeches by say- '
ir-4: Tmight you've made ine
happy happier than I ever
thought I couki he. I hope R.ibbi
Tinnier will forgive me for muscl-
ing in on his territory. Just for
that, if lie wants to. he cm get up
and sing Some of These Days!"
* *
With the swearing in of Associ-
ate Justice Harry Andrew Black-
mun. a Methodist, the "Jewish
s become de-Jud ueizod for the first
. in years. Benjamin Na-
than Cardozo. who succeeded three
decade Justice Oliver Wendell
Holmes, served from 1982 to 1938
HLs place was subsequently taken
FMtX Frankfurter,
Arthur Joseph G
F tas '- "-'"' .Tlie
ith r J' wish Justice was
. .
Ily, 1
: nnes I Black-
ted on til
the neh.
* *
i s bl >p -
the American S
[SRI to inspect II
thods and related c >m nunal
practice b A sm tiler nade
a short Th*
. ....... by His-
Irut, to which the black '.
ers mrert n [erred by th Si
tion and D fense Fund
ten quality.
SEDFRE president Mar\in Rich
- _. lot ol people were
Impressed" with the data obtained
in 1999, 'There is much that the
Israeli co-ops have to offer." he
Greg Bardacke, executive
director of ihe Trade Union Coun-
cil for FfJstadrut. offers an addi-
ti tnal insight: There are similar
co-ops in California, but the Ne-
groes felt they would be more wel-
come in Israel.
* *
American soprano Grace Bnm-
brj tk th>- Salome story literal-
ly the other day at Convent Gar-
den, London. Starring in Richard
Strauss' 0[>era or. the exploits of
that Biblical lady. Miss Bumbry
dutifully jioeled off all seven veils.
She did. to bo sure, have sufficient
c- werings on underneath to protect
her modesty and the house's li-
. Still, never was more apt
St. Matthew :i 'XIV
6>: 'The daughl r o4 H dlas
danced before them, and pleased
Herod." Not to mention the .-ud:-
ense.

Remember John Patter? Three
- B0B he WBS comicted ol
ssimtiflg his American !ffcgl
"fuehrer," George Lincoln Rock-
well. He hits beer, out on bail for
two yejus Beading > hearing on
his appeal to the Virginia Supreme
Court on a writ of error. Patler. 32.
who maintains he was not at the
Bene of the crime, is also trying
to regain his original Greek sur-j
name. Patsalos.
Meanwhile, he has begun pub-
lishing in Washington. D.C, a
monthly Span'sh-Enzhsh IH"WB>
paper called "El Pueblo" i "The
People"). The paper's first .di-
torial declared, ir. part:
We are now living in the agf
>' enlightenment. Human dignit)
is now within our grasp In recent
rs. our nation has taken
: I in the stru i.
;. liseaa
. 'T
.......
the very bi .
- -'
No II --"
i -
"Playboy's A]
on Israeli pukh!
letl i -to-the- III r that the
n he : '. "SuMrj S s" in
.: y iss i- t te M kfl E -'.
served tin Conne ticut reader.
. me, but
the Glris of Israel'
why the Arabs
to c pture the Promised
Land."
And the reader's surname is
"Christmas," yet.
c
A researcher Decently announc-
ed thnt his computer had deter-
mined that the writings of Isaiah
had in fact been produced by two
men. Wouldn't it be something,
in more ways than one. if the
co-author turned out to be Sir
Francis Bacon?
A milestone in the development
>: higher Jewish education has
announced by the Gaon.
Hahbi -Moshe Feinstein, dean of
of the oldest Jewish institu-
I o! higher learning in the
nation Mestvtha TIfereth Jerusa-
lem of America.
Rabbi Feinstein discksed that a
contract has been signed for the
acquisition of nine acres on Staten
Is and. together w ith a four-story.
75-room. 38.000-square-foot build-
ing of firi'proof granite. Purchase
t this acreage and its improve-
ments will give his Yeshiva the
largest contiguous campus held by
.- Jewish school in the Metropoli-
tan New York area. But. it was
emphasized, this resident campus
will in no way curtail activities in
its buildings on f-Iast Broadway.
An emergency drive is being
launchtd to obtain the funds nec-
essary for the Yeshiva to take
title to the new campus. One mil-
lion dollars must be raised for
Phase I of the development cam-
paign: occupation of the new fa-
cilities will triple the resident stu-
dent capacity, and it is hoped this
will be accomplished in Septembei
wher. the 1970 school term begins.
Build-.ngs to be erected in the fU-
wul hous. the Resident Di-
- m of Tiferetfa Jerusalem's | n -
irat : .tc and grad-
uate K
Rat-* i Feinstein. who has beaded
unique educational institution
on Manhattan's Lower Ke*t Sid-
for nearly 33 years, sen.* ,,,
president of the Union of Orthodox
I timbbmmt tkw^#nited Stati-iKi
Caruula. chairman of th*- Co.
1 i Sages and chairman of T
Schools for Israel. Hr teconei.l
! an authority on Talanrlic Juris
prudence (Halachai ainrl has pub-
islu-d four volumes containing hb
ilahichic decisions and owniohs.
The Yeshiva. which ! ore-school division andetemtntai>
i and high school tk^)Tfments. ecn-
i tinues with Rabbinical Seiiiinary
I class** and a Graduate School for
Advunced Talmudk Research. A
iiivision was established in tempo-
rary quarters on Staten Island for
I he 1966-67 academic year. Its
'rapid growth necessitated a move
to obtain larger quarters.
Among the alumni of this rab-
binical college, which was estab-
lished in 1907. is Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, who has been serving the
Greater Miami Jewish community
tor more than a decade.
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iassah, the Women's Zionist Organiza-
c: America, will feature international
rls in medicine, education, social work,
ioieign affairs and Jewish life during its
fo r-day national convention in Washington,
D. '.. Speakers will include Sen. Hugh
& )tt Sen. Lister Hill, Dr. William B. Walsh,
Amory
Marvin Feldman, director of program de-
velopment, Office of Economic Opportunity;
Rabbi Irving Greenberg, professor at Yeshiva
University; Stephnie Hoyte, Women's Di-
vision, Job Corps; Donald Rumsfeld, di-
rector. Office of Economic Opportunity, and
author Cleveland Amory.
Rabbinical Association Resolution
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami h;is issued the
following resolution, concerning High Holiday services:
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association unanimously
condemns and deplores the establishment of synagogues meant
for the High Holy Days alone. Whether conducted in hotels,
apartment buildings, or other such rented or borrowed facilities,
such activities undermine the religious life and spirit of the
Jewish Community, since the unaffiliated worshippers fail to
identify themselves with existing synagogues throughout the
year.
"The synagogue is consecrated by worship throughout the
year, and is thus the spiritual home of the Jew. We therefore,
consider attendance at a makeshift synagogue as not meeting
our Jewish religious obligation.
"We call upon all our Jewish citizens to refrain from or-
ganizing, supporting, providing facilities for, or attending any
such mushroom synagogues. We urge our co-religionists to join
and worship in the permanent synagogues of their choice.
'The Rabbinical Association also deplores the undignified
commercialization of the High Holiday season through blatant
advertisements in the press, which violate every propriety and
religious sentiment of Judaism."
The resolution was issued in the name of the Association
by Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David Congregation, president;
and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service, executive vice
president.
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. x, ._ j passers-by cast their votes and
in vi w :: the new stvle trends ... .... .
proved conclusively that even in
the skies, the shorter length is
in m i
Th
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one
a specially-made elongated midi.
The informal poll took place on
Manhattan's prestigious Park Ave-
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li lengths,
c puny conducted its own
prefer red, seven-to-one.
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Friday, July 31. 197,-
Views On Sex Tied To
Religion, Study Shows
WASHINGTON. D.C.A mas- reflect the views and conduct of
live new study today revealed that the magazines reader*- a highly
there is probably a strong rote- educated, affluent, youthful group,
lionship between your sexuality The typical reader
and your religion.
If you are a religious conserva-
tive, chances are your views on
ex, like your sexual practices,
will be conservative, too. If you.
are a religious liberal, or non-re-
Ugious, your sexual views and \
practices will be "liberal" as well.:
years of age, holds a college di-j
ploina and earns over $10,000 a
year.
also tended to be conscr. .\,\
"Knowing only one thing a'xjy
a personhow religious he it
allows one to make a good guj,.
about many of his sexual attitude;
ami experiences relative to per.
sons of another religion." I>
. Athanasiou says. Atheists
.lews tend to be liberal on x .
i issues: Protestants and Cath ilia
conservative.
Nine of 10 respondents
birth control should be a matt--
of inilividual conscience; and u
The more religious respondents. thirds think that legal abo
tended to disapprove of homo-, rikMlM t*-' available on demand b,
seSHli, liberal abortion laws, sex' a woman. Even the great majority
education, and the distribution of, of Catholic respondent* expr -
birth-control and sex-technique in- approval of abortion in variou
Those are among the findings of formation. Their sexual practievs eiic-umstances._______________
isssst^J^^
Mrs. Larry Min-ach, (right) this year's winner of the coveted
'President's Bowl" award given by the Suburban League
Women to the member achieving the greatest service for
Variety Children's Hospital during the preceding year, is
shown as she received the trophy from the League's
president, Mrs. Morris Levitt. It was presented to her in rec-
ognition of her services as a Volunteer since 1962, and her
efforts in behalf of the hospital's Onoology Unit._______ ___
Redman Appointed By Keyes Company
an extensive, in-depth survey of, ^^
over 20.000 Americansthe larg-
est study of its kind ever under-
taken. The survey, made by l*ty-
holagy Today magazine, was di-
rected by Dr. Robert Athanasiou.
of J"hn Hopkins university. Bal-
timore, assisted by social psyi-hol-1
Bgisl Phillip Shaver of the Uni-
ty of Michigan. Ann Arbor
and Carol Tavris. an associate ed-
itor of the magazine.
Jews and atheists tend to be.
most literal in their attitudes on
sex. while Protestants and Cath-
olics fall on the conservative side.
he says. However, while Jews are
tolerant of those engaging in sex-
ually unorthodox behavior, their
practice is similar to conservative
Catholics and Protestants con-,
cerning a strong family life. Jews!
on the whole tend to disapprove |
of such ideas as group marrhge.
extra-marital sex and mate-swap-
ping, and they are less likely than
other groups to have done any of
i tliesc things, Dr. Athanasiou
writes
Robert J. Redman has been ap-
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- -a.f:' of The Keyes Company. Real-
fM| aeot'tinsr to an armoimee-
mi- mad.' by Theodore J. Pap-
is, president.
Mr, Redman was formerly a
iblic rclatihis consultant with
the Miami Beach firm owned and
Derated by his father. Ray Red-
He received his degree in Gov-
-! ..t and Business from the
' niv -i-sity of Miami, and held the
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the F.-d'-ral Deposit Insunnc
'orporaiton iFDICt before resign-
to associate with his father's
puM relations firm.
Many of his university courses
concentrated in the real es-
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MAN THAT ZIP COPE KEAUX
SENDS ME...
MRS. MAX SHAPIRO
(wife of Rabhi Shapiro)
extends her thanks to the many members
of Beth Kodesh and friends who sent flowers,
get-well cards and donations for her
speedy recovery after surgery .
Thank you very much.
i
ground ad interest which led to,
his association with Keyes. He' la
currently servine; as secretary of;
the Soulhshore Hotel Association.
Melvin Belli To Lecture
Attorneys and chiropractors will
attend a lecture on chiropractic
legal matters to be given Sunday
by Melvin M. Belli at the Balmoral !
Hotel. Mr. Belli, attorneys and
members of the Dade County leg-
islative delegation will be honored
at a 3:30 p.m. Friday cocktail
party hosted by the Dade County j
Chiropractic Society in the Dupont '
Plaza Hotel Assembly Room.
The new study was compiled
from a detailed 101-queHtion form
published in the Jul>- 1969, issuc
of the magazine. Ot some 450.000 j
readers, over 20.000 res[>onded to
such items as sexual frequency,
pre- and extra-marital behavior.,
homosexuality, masturbation, or-
gasm nd impotences, oral-genital
stimulation, group sex and mate-
swapping. The findings appear in
the July issue of the magazine,
now on sale.
Dr. Athanasiou cautions that the
sampling, however large, tends to
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Friday. July 31. 1970
*,Jm4st> FI Page 5-B
Elyssa Hecker Engaged
Jo Marry ISeil Levine
Mr. Clarice Hecker, 1339
I ; v.,... Coral Gables, an-
unC(?g the enKaKoniont of her
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daughter, Klissa Myrnn Lynn, to
N,il Murshal Irvine, son of Dr.
.,n,l Mrs. Victor Irvine, 7845 SW
)9th St. MUs Hooker is the
rJaughtar of the late Joaoph Heck-
er.
The briiie-clect graduated from
Coral Giblcs Senior High School
and will receive the degree, of
tUHHMHW of "Education from the
iflicci-sity ft Miami in January,
sjic is a nTpmher of Gamma Sigma
sfema national service soroity.
$Ter fiance. graduated from
Southwest Miami Senior High
Aiool and received a Bachelor of
Jlencc degree from Tulane Uni-
ISlty in 19o8. He has taught in
i ade County for the past two
yfers, and will enter the Chicago
C&lege of Osteopathy in Soptein*
The couple plan to marry in
rijgusl 1971.
Wendy Mishkin And
figiiZe Tldds Gfdin Plan
M&i'ember Wedding
pi- and 5Wrs. Jack H. Mishkin.
:>lfc La Goi-ce Dr., Miami Beach.
niiBBiiijtf the. engagement of their
i#htnr, Wendy Gale, to Clark
iv'i <;,din, the son of Dr. and
Mi-r? r .tin-is Galin, Southfield, Mich.
'VI. tail R-Alect obtained her
i iptorroa from Miami Bench Senior
High School., and graduated from
1 ;o~.Ua&ersity of Pennsylvania's
i it -ne course. Her fiance
prgiiati i! from the University of
dAoH before enrolling in the in-
(hAii University School of Den-
i stcy. where he is in his junior
\eax IL'.iiolils membership in the
Al5E;i" Omega dental fraternity.
5JL. couplo..pjans to be married
'lllE December.
Officers of the newly reorganized Women's Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a recent Executive
Committee meeting included, from left, (seated) Mrs. Jerome
Kipnis, Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mrs. Burton Levey, president,
Mrs. Mike Sumberg and Mrs. Howard Trinz; (standing) Mrs.
Jack Katzman, Mrs. Philip Bloom, Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim,
Mrs. Harry Orleans, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Stanley Gilbert,
Mrs. Morton Weinberger, Mrs. Earl Weiner, Mrs. Donald
Reiff, and Mrs. Harry Levy. Mrs. Howard Scharlin is be-
hind Mrs. Farr.
Major Reorganization For Women's Division
Mrs. Burton R. Levey's election as
president of the Women's Division
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration was announced this week
by Milton Weiss. Federation presi-
dent.
In a major reorganization, the
Women's Division has been decen-
tralized this year into three geo-
graphical irea boards. Utilizing
new combinations of group dy-
namics, panel and audience par-
ticipation education sessions in
audio-Visual presentations, the
Beth Moshe Sisterhood Holds
First Membership Coffee
The first of a series of member-
ship coffees was held recently by
Beth Moshe Sisterhood under the
direction of Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen,
membership vice president, who
extended an invitation for all in-
Icreslcd persons in the area to
contact her regarding membership.
Among those who attended the
first event, held in the home of
Mrs. Harry Gilbert. 70 NE 128th
Ter., North Miami, were the Mes-
lames Haim Behar, I.cona Ben-
nett, Anne Breiter, Charles Co-
lodny, Arthur R, Kaufman, Ben
. ishner, Morns Leftoff, Allen H.
Stein, Harold H. Trautman, and
Donald Workman.
Women's Division is reaching out
to help deepen the commitments
of tlie South Dade, North Dade
and Miami Beach Jewish women's
community.
Other officers announced by Mr.
Weiss included vice presidents Mrs.
Mike A. Sumberg, Education; Mrs.
Irving L. Wexler, Leadership
Training; Mrs. Jerome Kipnis,
Campaigning; Mrs. Harry B.
Smith. Area Coordination; Mrs.
Howard J. Trinz, Community Or-
ganization; Mrs. Herbert Login.
recording secretary. Mrs. Howard
Scharlin. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, par-
liamentarian; Mrs. Edwin B. Op-
penheim, immediate past presi-
dent; Mrs. Aaron Farr, nominating
committee chairman.
BITS. Hurry Orleans has been elected
chairman of the Miami Beach Area
Board; Mrs. Harry A. bevy, vloe
chairman: Mrs. Larry Frierdimd. W60-
rMary, und Mrs. Jack Kalzmun. ad-
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Other members Include: Mrs. Stan-
ley Arkin, Mrs. Unhurt Mirubauni, Mrs.
Itnht-rt Ilium, Mrs. Harolil llronks,
.Mrs. Irving Cypon, Mrs. David Fcin-
hcrg, .Mrs. Leonard Friediand, Mrs.
ley, Mn, Trudy UanimurschluK, Mrs.
Linda iicyman, Mrs. Ted lluiin, Mrs.
Juntos, norland, Mrs. Arthur Jurko-
witz, .Mrs. Irvftig Kaplan. Mrs. Sher-
inuii Kaplun. Jus. Florence Kuppor-
tnan Kaplan. Mrs. Florence Kuppor-
Ixlirmun, Mrs. Michael Upsky, Mrs.
Irving Miindcl. Mrs. A. Herbert
Matties, Mrs. I .eon Miller. Mrs. I,onn-
nrd Rosen, Mrs. Donald llubin, Mrs.
Marvin Sackm.r, Mrs. Lawrence
Schalitz. Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs.
David Sums, Mrs. .Myron Singer, Mis.
Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Martin Smith and
Mrs. Carl Weinklo. Ex-OfflclO miffl-
bers aro Mrs. Sol llcldslcin and Mrs.
Norman Itobhina.
Mrs. Morion Wri'nhergir has hern
elected .huirtnun of the South iMido
Ana Hoard; Mrs. Itohert K. Funs-
ter. Vice .hairman; Mrs. Karl Wiener,
secretary, and Mrs. Stanley J{. CJil-
li.rl. advisor.
Other members Include: Mrs. How-
ard Ayarca, Mrs. Itemurd Abel, Mrs.
.1 William Baron, Mrs. Heater Bask-
In, Mrs. Hi,-hard Ilrickman. Mrs. Nor-
man Cohan, Mrs. KWward Klaenbergi
Mrs. Harold ilafi'tn. Mrs. Marvin
Olllman, Mrs. K<1 win tiinshurjr. Mrs.
Samuel Gray, Mrs. Millon Circuit, Mr-.
Loon Kaplan, Mrs. Sol Landau, Mr-
Jeffrey LefcOUrt, Mrs. Herschel I.v;
Mrs. Noriuun Ijipoff. Mrs. Kt.-hut
Lltt. Mrs. Bernard Mundler, Mrs
Morton Marcus, aim. Frt-d CH>er, Nn
J.rald Rosa, Mrs. Allen tCUtchik, Mr-
David Sahaacter, Mr.-. Qerajd sch -
wartz, .Mrs. Nathan Spierelman. Mr
Joseph Taiin.-iiliauin. Mrs. llib.<
Truurig, Mrs. Kenneth TroiHter an
Mrs. Fred Wise. ICv-offiolo roembt
is Mrs. Morton HUbcriniiii,
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Other members include: Mrs. Adolf. "
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.1. Ilrown. Mrs. Mildred Cohen. Mr-.
Matthew Htting. r, Mrs. Samuel Folicl .
Mrs. Bdward Ootdateln, Mrs. Morto i
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Fashion Group Sets Third
Dinner-Donee, Show Mot. 6
"An X-Rated Show" will be the
title of the Fashion Group Inc. of
Miami's third fashion show and
ciiiner dance, which has been
tcheduled for Friday. Nov. 6. in
the Miami International Merchan-
c:se Mart.
Chairmen of the event, which
will benefit the Fashion Group's
Museum and Library at the Mart,
will be Mrs. Marvin B. Guberman
and Mrs. Daniel M. Fitzgerald, it
has been announced.
Sharon L. Levin
Becomes the Bride
Of Flliott Asbel
Sharon Lynn Levin became the
bride of Elliott Asbel Saturda>
evening. July 11. in ceremonies
conducted by Rabbi Robert P.
Frazm in the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Levin, 2915
Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables. The
8 p.m. rites were followed by a
reception.
For her wedding, the bride, who
obtained her B.A. degree at New-
York University, selected a gown
Of embroidered candlelight Alen-
con lace and organza with train
and short veil to match. She ear-
ned a cascade of roses and lily-of-
the valley. Her attendants were
Mrs. Laurel Hirsch. the groom's
sister, who served as matron of
honor, and her sister, Michele ,
Levin, maid of honor.
The bridegroom, whose parents '
are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Asbel of i
Forest Hills. L.I.. N.Y.. chose Marc
A. Levin, the bride's brother, as j
best man. A student at New York
University and its Law School, he
obtained his Master's degree and i
license in Guidance and is a mem- ;
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi frater-;
! nity. |
The couple will live in New York
I following a honeymoon in Europe.
: and plan to return to make their
home in Miami next February-
Gazebo Garden Setting For Wedding
Of Andrea Milsen, Bruce Frimotcitz
MAR-PARV.
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MARGARINE
Makes maizes a mychel.
Mrs. Stone To Preside
Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman of
the Florida Council of Mizrachi
Women, will preside at the 10 a.m.
Monday meeting of all chapter
presidents and activitiy chairmen
m the Council office, Suite 11-E.
407 Lincoln Rd.. during which the
calendar for the coming season
will be planned. The Council will
hold open house for all Mizrachi
'. Women at the same location on
Monday, Aug. 31.
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Engaged Couple
To Be Honored At
Coektail Reception
More than 125 persons will be '
attending the cocktail reception in |
lionor of Melodye Hope Allain and j
her fiance, Harold Alan Golden-
berg at Temple Beth Tov. 6438
SW 8th St.. on Sunday. Aug. 9.
The couple, whose engagement ,
was announced recently, will be |
married at the Balmoral Hotel on j
Valentine's Day, with Rabbi Max-
well Berger officiating.
Hosting the reception are the j
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Conrad Allain. and her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Brooks. The prospective bride-
groom's mother. Mrs. Morris Gol-
denberg of Miami Beach, and
Penny Goldenberg will also be in
the receiving line. The host and
hostess at the champagne punch
bowl will be Missy Barth and
Mark Shamis.
Guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Botwinik and Mr. and Mrs.
, Leonard Foreman, Brooklyn. N.Y.;
Mrs. Louise Beverly. Chambers-
, burg. Pa.; Stuart Brooks. Chicago.
111., and Mrs. June Tisch, Niles,
111.
The Mediteranean West Room t
of the Doral Beach Hotel was |
transformed into a sacred chapel ,
for the Sunday. July 5. ceremonies
during which Andrea Milsen and
Bruce Frimowitz exchanged their
marriage vows before Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman and Cantor Zvi
Adler.
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The Blossom Shop of Miami
Beach designed and created all the
floral decorations with an extra
personal interestits owners. Mr
and Mrs. Harry Milsen of Miami
! Beach, are the bride's parents.
Parents of the groom are Mr. and
j Mrs. Harold Frimowitz of North
Miami Beach.
Garden gates opened for the
bridal party to descend an ivory
moire silk pathway under floral
I archways with aisle stanchions
holding garland roping of baby's
' breath. A multitude of summer
flowers bloomed in a palladian,
garden complete with palm trees.
orange blossoms and hedges of
jasmine. Two golden cherub urns
of multi-flower flanked the stairs
leading to the center of the garden
where four white columns decor-
ated with laurel held the tradi-
tional wedding canopy in the form :
of a garden gazebo. The gazebo
was decorated with white wisteria,
stock and lilac, orange-toned poms
and eucalyptus. Wrought-iron
c&ndelabras decorated with box-
wood and baby's breath and stand-
ing on white columns held the
orange bittersweet candles used
for the candlelight ceremony.
affeta with an orange satin bar,!
at the empire waistline. Their cas-
cade bouquets were of orange-tone
wood rests with champagne satr.
ribbon, orange tulle and" satin
leaves. The bride's mother chos*
i gown of cafe au lait peau de soie
with a center panel of ecru Venis.
lace and amber pearls. Her wrist-
let was a bronze-tone cymbidiurr.
orchid. The groom's mother com-
plemented her gold beaded apriiot
oilk worsted gown with a shoulrW
corsage of ivory-shade cymbidr t
orchids.

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] yahrzeit of Ze'ev Jabotinsky at a
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York City. Jacques Torczyner, na-
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j Epstein, executive vice chairman
I of the United Zionist-Revisionists
of America, will speak on Jabotin-
sky's historic contributions to the
Zionist movement and to the
creation of the State of Israel.
Joseph Baer will be chairman of
the evening.
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The bride selected a high-necked
g,own of ivory Chantilly lace em-
broidered with seed pearls and
crystal clusters and long finger-tip
ruffled sleeves. Her long, flowing
mantilla was ol matching lace and
imported illusion tulle, and she
carried a cascade of white phalea-
nopsis and stephanotis with ivory
tulle and velvet trim for her lace-
ccvered confirmation prayer book.
Her attendants were gowned in
ecru cotton lace over bright oranee
2nd Qualifying Round Set
The final qualifying round of the
$20,000 Kennel Medley, second
richest stake on Flagler Kennel
Club's schedule, w ill be run Satur-
! day night. The championship finals
i will be run Saturday, Aug. 8.
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Mrs. George Gordon served the
bride as matron of honor: maid of
honor was Re nee Paui. Brides-
maids were the groom's sister.
Carol Frimowitz. and Mrs. Arthur
Ockman: Shelah KorJer. cousin of
the bride, was junior bridesmaid,
and the groom's cousin. Sharor,
Newman, preceded the bride down
the aisle, strewing orange-coloree1.
-ose petals from a gold-tone bas-
ket decorated with orange tulle
and streamers. Another young
cousin. Neal Newman: served as
ringbearer.
Mark Frimowitt pfjyad as his
brother's best man. Groomsmen
included Stuart Mills. George Gor-
don, his cousin. Stanley Foodmar,.
and her cousin. Allan "Kotler, wfc
served as junior usher.
The bridal procession also in-
cluded the bride's maternal grand-
mother. Mrs. Bea Greonberg el
Montreal. Canada, who was es-
corted by her brother. H-?nry Mi -
sen. of Atlanta. Ga.. and Mr-
Sarah Frimowitz of New York, tr
groom's paternal grandmother,
who was escorted by his cousi .
Michael Foodman. and his mater-
ial grandparents. Mr. and Mrs,
Max Newman of New York.
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The reception and corktail hour
which followed the ceremony vriH
held in the Mediterranean Center.
Guests entered the Mc-.iitorranef-.
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setting with amber lig.its. mi r
fountain and lovebiri* in %*
blossom-covered trees. Two walk-
ways banked with boxwood gar-
lands led to floral archways-*A in-
entranee to the dining rogtnvfEl e
bridal table was decorated with a
low boxwood hedge ar. i scatter '
tropicana rose-s. white stocks a
poms. Regal candelabras ikddJ: g
orange bittersweet car. lies stc-1
on either side. The gold candelabra
centerpieces on the guest .tables
were circled by Italian axnt-r
bowls holding orange trojgear.a
roses and baby's breath and In !
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POPS THAT DONT SNAP. CRACKLE OR POP
Nopo. nothing to cat, just something to hear.
It was a good 'something" at the Pops concert
n the Miami Beach Auditoriuma nostalgic
rvoning with Gershwin and Bernstein. David
Balousrh wasn't thinking of diamonds and rubies
and opals. He was completely absorbed in his
solo on his flute.
.The audience is so friendly. Among the
crowd were Mr. and Mrs. Jules Charming. Dr.
and Mrs. Sheman Kaplan and their daughter,
Mr and Mrs. Mel Frumkes. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Srkln. Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve and their
nekc from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Mrs. Essea Hotim-
sky. Mr. and Mrs. David Bass. Mr. Max Schwartz,
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman S. Siegel. Mrs. Ethel Nagler was
there with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Dickstein. who have just moved to
town. The Aaron Farrs were there of course.
Did you know he has painted the most exciting
abstracts?. Everything changes in this world to-
day. Being a Picasso goes well with being in the
travel business.
I think that I am next in line to get a pic-
ture. I have decided to put it right in the mid-
die of all my Sadie Rosenblums'. I don't know how
if will look there but I am learning more every
day you must do your own "thing."
Guess who has come back here to live? Some-
hidy who doesn't dook a speck differentpretty
as everwas at the Pops Concert and everyone
was glad to see her. The former Florie Braun-
=tcin, who is now divinely happy with her hus-
band. Dr. Milton Schwartz.thafs who! She says
that as soon as she is settled in the Corinthian,
sheUl start having all the girls over. She was a
fancy cook "way back when." Wonder if
she has gone the way of all the rest of us. doing
only the things that take the least effort?
SO DAINTY
A darling pink announcement card, with a
pink basinette on the outside and pink printing
inside said. "Elena, July 15th, 7 lbs. 8 oz." The
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Essen. This
is not my week for mentioning grandparents.
Fieure them out, yourselves.
WHAT MADE IT THE GREATEST?
"It" was an invitation from Bobby and Lest-
a HMBMMM
aces .
er Perle for a cocktail buffet at 6:25 o'clock.
Their home in the Cutler Estates is absolutely
the "most"! The tile outside matches the foyer
(green and white). You've guessed already that
Lester is in construction. (Who else would--or
could--build a house like this one? I He com-
mutes back and forth to Puetro Rico like most
people go to Coral Gables from Miami.
There seemed to be dozens of bedrooms, but
then there are four boys in the familyAndy
and Eric and Hank plus son Sandy who was
just married. (He and Nancy are just about to
come home from their honeymoon.) Out on the
enclosed "acre" where the pool is, is a double
tiered cage for Sasha, their monkey. A most
ugly dog named Bruno was tiptoeing around
like a truck. One of the boys has hamster cages
in his room; he raises them. The head hamster,
which looked like a rat to me, was named
Oscar. Then there was a white rabbit named
Damper.
The family room has a soda fountain going
across the whole side. Bobby did all the decorat-
ing herself and her imagination is plenty vivid.
The unique room is Spanish. She designed and
had the two startling chandeliers made in ham-
mered copper. Each one was a casitle with a
moat around it. Light came from somewhere,
the turrets or moats or whatnot.
The food was homemade, real potatoes mash-
ed, roast bref and all kinds of stuff, with home-
made pies for dessert. Every guest took home a
little pot with a flower in it which Bobby had
made for everyone. It was a unique experience
with a unique person. I'm going to have fun in-
terviewing her later.
I had three egg creams from the soda foun-
tain. They appealed to me more than all of the
cocktails and gorgeous hors d'ocuvres. There
were 24 people there besides the animals: among
them were Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Luck. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Gidney. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron, Mr.
and Mrs. Irvine Kimmel, Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Falk and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Berry. Fun! Fun!
j Carol Shayman Engaged
To Jeffrey S. Simon
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shayman,
9260 SW 57th Ter. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Carol Diane, to Jeffrey Stanley
Simon, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stevan Simon, 37 Shore Drive
North.
The bride-elect, who graduated
from Southwest Hight School, is
presently attending the University
of South Florida, where she is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
social sorority. Her fiance, a
graduate of Coral Gables High
School, is attending Cornell Uni-
versity, where he is a member of
Phi Sigma Epsilon, social frater-
nity.
The couple plan to be married
in August of 1971.
Margie Isis Weds
Barry J. Schwartz
Rabbi Arthur Steinberg offici-
ated at the Temple Beth Am
cremonies during Which Margie
Isis and Barry J.-Schwartz*ex-
changed their vows on Monday.
July 27. The couple left for an
extended camping trip across the
United States and Canada after
the 5 p.m. rites.
The new Mrs. Schwartz, whos.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman
T. Isis of 6829 Veronese St., Coral
Gables, selected a white lace mini-
dress for her marriage, and wore
daisies in her hair.
Both the bride and bridegroom
arc attending the University of
Miami, where they are studying
Psychology. She is a senior, her
husband is working towards his
Ph.D. degree. A graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High School, she
attended the University of Ten-
nessee before enrolling at U-M.
Mr. Schwartz, the son of Harry
Q. Schwartz of Baldwin. N.Y., Is
a graduate of Baldwin High School
and Allegheny College.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz plan to
make their home at 8440 SW
107th Ave.
A Boy For The Richters
The birth of a son has been an-
nounced by Rabbi and Mrs. Harold
Richter, former residents of South
Florida who now make their home
in Gloversville, N.Y. Saul Moshe,
weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, was
born July 19. His bris took place
Sunday at 4 p.m.
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Kathy Green To Wed
Stanley J. Greenstein
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Primak.
4950 SW 90th Ct., announce the
engagement of their damhtoT
Kathy Ann Green to Stanley Jay
Greenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Jay Greenstein, 701 Royal
Poinciana Blvd., Miami Springs.
Miss Green is also the daughter
of the late Herbert Green.
The bride-to-be, who was gradu-
ated from Southwest Miami High
School, will attend the Univer-
sity of South Florida in the fall.
Her fiance graduated from Miami
High School and is a student at
the University of South Florida.
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Friday, July 31, 197Q

K-^htirmincili
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.Somethinc new in the way of floral print pants ensemble. Hot
r tauranti I 1 In hus'wnd hid jut given her the
M. :.< [f th i Red -'old bomflfJl pin which she was
. v. hei e showing to friends.
then are aven different nw**u- Mrs Jerome Weinklc topped l^r
rant- under one roof, whJchtaad a -tj|te jum suit witn matchini.
aetfal pr, .... ., ..- l-nday. rod and ^itf. vf,rtic;i,.stri|)ei,
prior to th.ir Bai 13 apaaftac. Wazcr jackct- Mrs Larr>. Sjn^^r-S
I nrai ouite pn experience Iced orange linen dress featured
There were seven hosteates in na- empire waistline and a wrap*
tivc eostum" 'o and jut thit many eboics of. tt'a and heige dnss had a deeol-
wtmt to eat *' !<>'is for the: lete V-neck! inc. Mrs. Sidney Mas*
family who can't dVoMe whether was striking in a white knit pants
to eat Qrtneae, Mexican, Italian, ensemble which feature fiornnin. Soul foo'l. try a Prb o'N'a-! like detail. Joanne LeVlUke top-
tions or a Sweet Shop. Take the; ped her brocade pants with a
family or go in a group then I sheer navy blue blouse.
l'o your separate way* for yourj It was a fUn-experi< nee. When
food before you all sit down to-1 you try tnjs unique restaurant.
K'ther. : remember that you. too, may
Kwrythine we at-' before w j choose from just as wide a range
looked nround to see who was j of clothes as food!
the?-" and what they were wear-
ing for this casual evening Wit
delicious.
Mrs. Louis Wotfaofl chose a
brown moygashel linen dress with
narrow straps and n collar above
Registrations are being accepted for the fall
term at Temple Zion's Kindergarten. On the
school's staff are ifrom left) Mrs. Marjorie
Frei, Mrs. Rhoda Haber, Mrs. Pearl Brook,
Mrs. Sylvia Slotnick, Temple secretary.
Miss Josephine Sond, who has been prin-
cipal since 1952, and Mrs. Bonna Hellman.
The curriculum includes music, rhythm ar.-i
dance, language arts, group activities^cr-t
crafts, reading readiness and educatio
hips, programmed on graduated leveb 3
cording to age and ability.
n j 9 mr xi Ox T< Howard Volperl Is
Burdme s Ninth store lo T\alliea Manager
Open In Hollywood Oct. 5
J$ar JMitzvali
EDWARD SEMSNrCK
Edward Joseph, son of Mr. and
bare shoulders. Mrs. Sam Luby. (Mrs. Murray .Selznick, 7520 SW
Jr., was in ice pink pants with a I 3Gth St.. will eelebi-ate his Bar
matching pullover. Mrs. Melvfai j Mitzvah Saturday, Aug. 1, at Tcm-
Wcinkle's white long sleeved cot-' pie Or Olom.
ton dress had oink coin dots ... .
scattered down the front. Mrs. Edward an eighth grade stu-
Marwin CW-ll's yellow moygashel dent at West Miami -Tumor High
panta en>emble (KM worn with a
white blouse.
School, won four trophies in bowl-
ing at Bird Bowl this year. He is
I a winner of the Bar Mitzvah at
The ninth Burdine's store on Florida's Gold Coast is scheduled for
an Oct. 5 opening. Thomas C. Wasmuth, chairman of the board, has
announced. The two-story, 154,000-square-foot facility will be located
in the new Hollywood Fashion Center being developed at the inter-
section of Hollywood Bou)e\-ard and Route 441 by Ralph Biernbaum.
Mr,. Henry Ki,,,' Stanford, wife Tpn ^ olom
of the University of Miami presi-
dent, wore a befit heirc linen j Mr. and Mrs. Selznick will host
h with small yellow flowers j^e Oneg Shabbat on Friday rve-
in green foliage embroidered in an
over-all pattern. Her daughter,
Stanford, eho." a lilac [-award's honor Saturday uftcr-
blous" under a deep pun>le lump* noon.
uing. the Kiddush Saturday follow-
ing the services, and luncheon In
er, Mrs. Jack Kaasewftz went cas-
ually in whit" r- .. 1 with a
' i
Mrs. Frank Holder. who-'
Ua.
|: with a
'. it had a
i -s on I
the Smith
of th" executive vice president, |
chose a white silk pants ensemble
for l his '. The
an<- drove n from Marathon.
Sh<- was j., a green and white
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Among the honored quests will
be Edward's grandparents, Mrs.
Florence Minkoff and Mr. and
Mrs. Kmanu. I Sel/nick and aunts
and uncles Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Selz-
nick and Mr. and Mrs. Hei
Sehwager and their children Ro-
berta. Edward and Vicl
JACK /.K.KI-SKY
Jack BteptM n. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Zlgelpky, 8340 SW
27th I.n. will celebrate his Ear
M i h at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday Aug. 1.
Jack, an eighth grade student
at Rockway Junior High School.
plays saxaphone in the school band.
He has been a member of the
". stchester Optimist foot-
ball team for three years and won
the i'1 dential Physical Fitness
A '1 at school.
Mr. and Mrs. Zigelsky will host
the Oneg Shabbal Friday niht
and the Kiddush Saturday fol-
io Ing the services as well as a
reception at home Saturday eve-
ning in their son's honor.
Among the quests will Ix- Jack's
grandparenta. Mrs. Lillian Buan
and Mr. and Mrs. Myer Kostrin-
sky, and aunts and uncles Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Brodbar, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Rcmy, Dr. and Mrs.
Molvin Vtnik, Miss Pearl Zigelsky,
all of New York, and Mr. and Mrs.
James Steinhauer of Gainesville.
Constructed so that a third
floor may be added at a future
date, the new Burdine's storein
a modern completely enclosed and
airconditioned center located in
the heart Of a rapidly expandinR
area, will be joined by Jordan
Marsh. J.C. Penney ami Richards
Department Stores among others.
Parking for 800 cars has been
arranged for, and room for ex-
pansion is provided.
The Hollywood facility will be
a full-line headquarters store of-
fering all traditional lines of mer-
chandise, including fashion de-
partments for men, women and
children, boutiques and special
sections for home furnishing
fashions.
One of the most interesting fea-
tures being planned is a second-
floor restaurant seating 110 per-
sons which will be sectioned off
by attractive room dividers and
tropical plantings into areas sug-
gesting through their decor
cafes in Italy, Spain, France, Ni W
England and a space capsule. A
first-floor snack l.ar will be lo-
cated near the main entrance.
Key staff members appointed
thus far Include Howard Volpert,
manager; Tom Green, operation
manager, and Marian Ptaistad,
; ersonnel director. A personnel
office will be opened on the prem-
ises about the middle of August,
it was announced, to begin lining
man & Co.. with Burdine's own
display personnel cooperating.
Burdine's is a member of the
world's largest buying association,
I the Associated Merchandising Cor-
i poration, which has offices in New
; York, California. 14 European
countries and six countries in the
Orient. It thus has access to high-
fashion, fine quality merchandise
in markets throughout the world.

Howard A. Volpert, who will
move to Hollywood this summer
to take up his res]v.nsibihties as
manager of Burdhw's ninth ttcte
- scheduled to op wood Fashion Center Oct. 5has
been with Burdine's since August.
1965. when he became divisional
manager of its Dad< land store.
I
Mr. Volpert help* d to develop
i Burdine's Dadeland Home. Store,
I later served as nxrehandis- man-
ager at the 163rri Street st*>r \ and
j Tor the past two years ha*-been
! in charge of the custom drapery
1 operations of all B'.u-tlne's, ntores.
Mr. Volpert received his Bach*-
i lor of Science degree from Syra-
cuse University and saw servjn ; -
8 captain in the Army Reserve. Hi-
joined the Allied Stores firm nine
yean ago in Syracuse, and within
eight months became furnitur*'
buyer for the Dey Brothers BtoTe
there. ^
Mr. Volpert and his wife, Judy,
have been making their home in
Key Biscayne, when he is.a mem-
ber of the'Chamber rf Commerce.
He also holds memeership in th''
Masonic Lodge in Miami, and -
activi in the Combined Jewinh A, -
ix al and United Fund.
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Pompano Beach. Fort Laudcrdalc.
North Miami Beach, Downtown
Miami, Dadeland, West land (Hia-
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by Wells M. Squier and Associates,
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California firm of Mandel Luck-
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Friday, My 31. 1970
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Page 9-3
Commerative Services Will Be
Held At Hiroshima On Aug. 6th
Habbi atiiiff
Ity RABBI SOLOMON SCUFF ,
I have just "c-1
turned from a
\isil to Japan
where an im-
IKM'tnnt mile-
stone was be-
ing prepared for.
At 8:J.i a.m.
on August 6.
1945, the first
Atomic b o in 1)
was dropped on
the city of Hiro-
shima. With this,
the terror of
atomic warfare became known to
the world.
A'quarter >i a century later, on
Thursday, August (i. 1970, at 8:15
a.m. special commemorative ger-
\ :cas will be bold at the scene of
this single most destructive man-!
made device in history. An er.orm-'.
(ins cavalcade of autos and march-
era from all over Japan wi 11 gath-j
er at the "Peace Memorial Park" j
only B law hundred feet from the {
hypoeentar the spot where the1
ln>mb fell. The Peace Memorial
Bell, together with all the ball* of:
Hiroshima will be sounded and:
prayers will be offered for the
many who perished. The estimate!
of the dead is not less than i!00,-
000 <'.uring and after the explo-
sion. The service will include
prayers for peace in song, poetry
and (lance.
In my capacity as Director of
the Cheater Miami Jewish Fed'ra-
tion's Community Chaplaincy Ser-
vice, I was especially interested hi
visiting somt- of the survivors in
the Atomic Bomb hospital, some
two miles from the center of
Hiroshima.
Out of some 93.C0O survivors
who are alive today, about 500 are
still in need of constant hospital
supervision. I learned there that
hospital chaplaincy is unknown in
Japan, and the A-Bomb Hospital
so rarely visited that the (rent
doors are kept locked.
A 60-year-old patient with whom
I visited, told me that visitors are
very rare and that I waa the firsi
American ever to visit her at the
A-Bomb Hospital. When I ex-1
plained that mv work in the States I
was visiting the hospitalized, she i
couldn't find enough words of
praise for the importance of this
service. After suffering from the(
atomic after-effects for 25 years.!
and with hardly a visitor to en-
coiiri'jc her. she laid that she felt
as though she were living in fl
tomb She el most envied those
who perished immediately.
It was these sentiments which |
brought home to me the great
value of the time-honored "Mit/.-
vah" of "Bikkur Cholim" visit in.'
th<> M-;k and bringing cheer and
comfort to them. It was then that
I was fully able to appreciate the
Talmudic statement, 'He who vis-
its the sick takes away 1/60 of his
Illness." For. if part of her pain
was in being forlorn and forgotten,
surely concerned visitors would re-
lieve her of so much of this, and
literally bring new life and hope
to her.
This, for me. was the most sig-
nificant part of the "Man To Man
Dialogue Tour." I will report on
this at our next meeting of the
Chwlaincy Advisory Committee
whioh is headed by Mr. Leo Eisen-
stein.
Despite tho tragic effects of the
bomb upon her und countless oth-
ers, she bears no hatred for the
United States. Her philosophy,
which I hoard expressed by many
in Japan, was "You accept the
past and try to rewrite the future."
"The story of Hiroshima," she
said, "Is not yet ended. If men will
learn from it that war and hatred
cannot be '(derated, then the great
suffering will not be in vain. Tell
more neople to come to visit us in
Hiroshima." she said in a parting
plea.
What she referred to was the
fact that Hiroshima, now com-
pletely rebuilt, has taken upon
herself the solemn mission of
teaching peace to the world. It
has set aside a large area in the
heart of th:' city as a symbol of
the horrors of war and the need
for peace. The Peace Memorial
Museum contains pictures and
samples of the destruction. The
Peace Memorial Hall is where
various cultural meetings and
events are held, all devoted to
the theme of peace. In the back-
ground stands the A-Bomb Dome,
formerly the Industrial Exposi-
tion Hall. This is the last standing
relic of the atomic blast. In the
center of the park stands the me-
morial cenotaph where the names
of 70.000 of the known dead are
Inscribed in a Book of Remem-
brance. The epitaph reads, "Rest
in peace, for the mistake shall
never be repeated."
Hopefully, this prayer will be
realized, that mankind will de-
dare unconditional victory over
war and Isaiah's prophetic con-
solation will be realiz.ed. "He will
swallow up death in victory; and
the Lord God will wipe away
tears from all faces."
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
MattotMassay
MATTOTThe tribe of Reuben and the tribe of Gad had a
gn-at number of cattle, and they wanted to stay in the land east
of the Jordan, for it was good for cattle feeding. But Moses said:
"Shall the other tribes go to war while you stay here?"
They replied: "We will march with the Israelites and will not
return here until we have brought them to their land, and each
one has received his share. We ourselves will not ask for any
share of their land on the other side of the Jordan because our
share is here on the eastern side."
Then Moses commanded Elca/.ar. the priest, and Joshua,
and the chiefs of the tribes: "If the tribes of Gad and Reuben
will crass the Jordan with you, armed and ready to fight for the
Lord, and you conquer the land, then you shall give them the
land east of the Jordan as their share.
"But if they will not cross it with you and join in the fight
then they will have to give up the land east of the Jordan and
fight for a share of the land of Canaan."
The tribes or Gad and Reuben repeated: "We will cross and
fight with you." Numbers 30:232:42
MASSAYThe final sedra of the Book of Numbers sum-
marizes the route of the forty years of wandering. It also de-
scribes the instructions given to the Israelites concerning the
treatment of the conquered nations and the manner in which
they were to divide the land of Canaan.
"Drive out all the people who live in the land of Canaan and
destroy all their stone and metal idols," said the I.ord. "Throw
down "their altars and places of worship. Then shall you occupy
the land and live there. Draw lots and according to them divide
the land among you. tribe by tribe. Give the greater share of
the land to the larger tribes and the smaller share to the
smaller tribes."
And Moses spoke to the Children of Israel, saying: "This is
the land the Lord has given to the nine and one-half tribes.
Share it by lot. As for the tribe of Reuben, the tiilic of Gad, and
half the trrlw of Manasseh, these two and one-half tribes ha\e
received their share on the eastern side of the Jordan at
Jericho."
These are the laws which the Lord gave through Moses
unto the Children of Israel in the plains of Moab by the Jordan ;
at Jericho. Numbers 33:13fi:13
-
aWUnNI
Arthur Fiedler To Conduct
Arthur Fiedler, leader of the
Boston Pops Orchestra, Will con-
duct the Greater Miami Philhar-
monic Orchestra's fourth summer
concert in the City of Miami Ma-
rine Stadium Saturday beginning
at 8 p.m. He will also conduct the
Aug. 8 program. David Rose will
direct the final concert Sept. 5.
,,,... *1"H!'.
This page U prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
appearing hTe n
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Lcade* of
Beth Torah (Joncreoatiow
or North Miami Beach
The A-Bomb Dome in Hiroshima is a grim
reminder of the fearful explosion which took
place Aug. 6, 1945. One of its victims, who
is still hospitalized, is shown at right.
JWY Breakfast Meeting
Hialeah-Miami Springs Post 681,
I Jewish War Veterans, will hold its
' regular breakfast meeting at 9:30
, a.m. Sunday in Hialeah's Temple
I Tlfereth Jacob, 951 E. 4th Ave.
' AH members are urged to attend.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
27 TAMUZ 7:44

vvn'x^^v^v'
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morns Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conaervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE,. 5950 N. Ken- j
dull Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi \
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3 j
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. j
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau i
Cantor William w Lipson. 4
I'riiiay 6 p.m. :*aiurday '.< a.m. The
Torah Leaaon, Sormonette by Manuel
l.uin I. 7:45 p.m. Minolta.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff 5
BETH KOOCSH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. 'Cantor Ban Dlckaon 6
frlday at sunset. Saturday R:4r. a.m.
Sermon: "United We Stand." 7 p.m.
Portion of l,a. 7:30 p.m. Sermon:
'Dividrd We MB."
BETH TOV (Temple). 64SS SW 8th
St. Conaervative Rabbi Simon
Apod. Cantor Seymour Hinkea P
frlday 7| p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OP GREATER
Mifli.-i. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Josepn R Narot.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
I Ave. Conservative
14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple) 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
2ION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy.
Friday 7::; p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
NORTH MiAMI
BETH MOSHE COrtortEGATION I
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. I
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel. Cantor,
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
ISRAELITE CENTER. S178 SW 25th
8t. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
4b> Orazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
MiAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. |
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th 6t. Orthodox. |
Rabbi Berel Wain 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvahu T. Swir.
aky. Cantor. Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMWLE). 1545
Jefferaen Ave. Conaervative Rabbi
Dvid Raab. Canter Soul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE).. 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser 21
---------
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi i
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. |
24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. '
Grngs 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER "I AMID (1 fciviKut/. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ~ CHAIM, 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
Hillel 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Villaie. Conservative
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32->
NORTH (V,;A.V.I BEACH
ADATH YBSHURUN (TEMPLE). 102b
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
aervative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Moses. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St, at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
34
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Friday 8:15 p.m. Dr. Alvin Krasne
MIAMI. 990 NE 171at St. Orthodox. I will eon.lu.l serviees and deliver
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
CORAL "GABIES
JUDEm (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada'
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 40
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
41
Friday fl pin. Saturday S:4." a.m.
Torah Lesson and Interpretation 10
a.m.
sky
2?
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
B'NAI RAPHAEL." 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N. E. 22nd Avenue.Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingeley. 37
0I.
Olom t. Conserv
ffeam. Centor Benj
FT. LAUDEKDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park j
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Richard M.
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. First Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jeffe. 45
39 i Sernioiie.lti
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th
St. Conservative. Raobi Elliot J
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster.
48
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SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rebbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 40
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An*. 2Ch 7, 10 a.m.-The Still Small Voice
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Page 10-B
*Jewish Floridlain
Friday, July 31, 197Q
Without Soviet Aid Egyptian Army
Is Not Much Of A Force
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Bv FXIAIIU SALPETER
of Soviet personnel in combat tasks
The withdrawal of Soviet com-1 jn Egyptonly to ensure better
bat personnel should be both the; use and protection for its sophisti-
immediate aim and the piecon-1 cated armaments, the political
dition of any further negotiations i eiement nas now become more
between Israel and the Arabs, and imlK)rtant than the military. It
implications of having thousands! mand would find support among
of the United States with Russia.
Observers here, therefore, wel-
comed recent remarks in this vein
made by White House Press Sec-
retary Ronald Ziegler.
The number of Russian mili-
tary personnel in Egypt is various-
ly estimated between 15,000 and
25,000. Some cf them have been
has escalated the Soviet involve-
ment over and above the Israel-
Arab conflict, creating the dan-
ger of Groat Power confrontation.
At the same time, this escalation
made the chances of a peaceful
settlement of the Palestine con-
flict even more remote. For both
reasons, therefore, the elimination
of Soviet combat personnel is an
there for a long timeever since \ egsential pre-condition of any pros-
the Six-Day War in June 1987 i ,.ess toward peace in the Middle
as instructors to the Egyptian | East.
Army, Navy and Air Force. Their
numbers have grown constantly,
reaching lower and lower in the
command structure, until now
they are assigned to each unit of
any significance. Yet it was pre-
cisely the failure of their effort
to upgrade the quality of Nasser's
officers and soldiers which led. in
recent months, to the introduc-
tion of Soviet combat troops into
Egypt.
Observers believe that such a
demand is possible, reasonable and
necessary at the same time.
the Arabs themselves, including
many in Egypt.
It is reasonable, because it is
eminently obvious, even to those
who are endowed with particular
forgiveness for whatever the Rus-
sians do, that sending combat
troops to Egypt was a reckless J
step in an already explosive situa-
tion. It disturbed an uneasy bal-
ance of Israeli vs. Arabs with
the two superpowers standing on
the side-lines, a balance which
localized the Six-Day War and
prevented it from turning into a
direct Soviet-American confronta-
tion.
It is also necessary precisely be-
cause the dispatch of Soviet com-
bat troo[ is that warning signal
which would, in a renewed Israel-
, Arab conflict, alert the world that
It is possible because Moscow | things are in danger of getting
was not too eager to take this out of nand VVith Soviet pilots
risky step and because it sounded
the alarm bells in many Arab
capitals including those that can- \ aiarm signal,
not be accused of being "pro-West-
ern." Libya's revolutionary leader.
Col. Ghadaffi. led the way. openly
and SAM-3 crews already there,
the world is deprived of this vital
The quality of the Russian pi-j demanding rttat Nasser depend
lots in combat situations is un-
But, most important, it is neces-
sary with Soviet combat troops in
Egypt, Nasser is even less in-
known even to Moscow, but their
Egyptian pupils, riding the pretty
good MIG-21 plane, proved rather
ineffective. The SAM-2 ground-
to-air missile, a not too impressive
weapon in itself, brought down
only three Israeli planes during
more than three years of service
in Egypt; one small propeller-driv-
en observation plane, and two jets
hit on the same day when the
Egyptians succeeded positioning
their launchers secretly at an un-
expected place. The launchers were
'iostroyed by the Israel Air Force
the next day. Apparently, manner!
by Egyptians the SAM-2 is even
effective than when manned
by Russians or North Vietnamese.
less on the Russians in his effort clined than ever before to nego-
to oust the Israelis. Thus, the de-1 tiate a peace with Israel.
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the reason for which the
lender of the servic** repeats the
benedictions of the "Shui-meli
Esreh" after the congregation
has already recited them Indi-
vidually?
which the individual can fulfill his
personal obligation.
In the case of one who is illit-
erate, the leader's recital coupled
with his response of "Amen" con-
stitutes the fulfillment of the re-
One source in the Talmudic \.x- ^\\3f^^?Ll^ Ytll.^.
erature claims that this is done to
Under Nasser's pn ssure, Mos-
cow agreed to set up in Egypt the
noi-i- effective SAM-I* missiles. Bu1
there was no question of letting fuifiu xhe praVl>I. requirements fa
the Egyptians operate them. Not tnose poop|i} ln Uu. congregation
only did the Russians doubt the wno mav be unal)lc t0 recite ,lu,
ability of the Egyptians to handle prayers by themselves either be-
the much more sophisticated cause they are illiterate or because
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-13507
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSIO ANTONIO HRKXANI>E2S.
Plaintiff,
ADHI.FA HKIIXANHEZ.
Defendant.
TO: ADKI.KA HERNANDEZ
7SB Main Slreet
I'awlucUet, Rhode Island
You. ADKI.KA HERNANDEZ, are
hereby notified that a Bill "f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami you are requlrea to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. GROVER Cl-
MENT WEIN8TEIN & STAl'BBR,
P.A., 350 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 4th day of September. 1870
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken againsl iron for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published nine
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
this S7th day of July A I >. I!>7".
i: B. l.EATHHK.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: MAROIERITK KENT
I leputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GROVER CI.MF.NT WEINSTEIN &
8TAUBER, P.A.
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Flo-Id- 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/31 8/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CO'JRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2718
GEORGE T. CLARK
In RE: Estute of '
CHARLES BORDER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditors and All P<-r> i
Having Claims or Demands Agali -
gjr1 Rjstste:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the estate of CHARLES BERGK
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to Hie County Judges of Dads
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7SI
Florida Sta'utes. in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Cou -
tv. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated nt Miami. Florida, tin- .. I
day of July. A.D. 197<".
8A1 LEE ZWICK
GEORGE J. TAI..IANOFF
As Executors
First publication of this noUoe on
the ::isi day of July, 197".
TA1 IVNOFF *NI> U AI.LEK
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Ro id
Miami Beach, Florida
7/31 S 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOBS PLACE at 660 N.W 71 St..
Miami intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
LOUISE DeFOREST.
sole owner
KBSSLER. ROTH, SHERADSKV &
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1895 8.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla.
7 ::i I 7-14-21
the individual, since he is prayin
as best he can. However, one who
is able to pray by himself and
does not do so, displays the fact!
that he is shirking his responsi-
bility and demonstrating his re-
equipment: obviously they also they have made some mistakes in ^sal to pray and to serve God a.s
feared that highly classified data (ht,jr recltation. If they listen to | the faltn ^quests ot him. Thus,
about SAM-3 would reach un- the leader of the service, and ans- each indivldua' 1S rim,'ed \
authorized hands, either via the wer "Amen" alter each benedic '"'a-v ^ himself, in addition to
Egyptians or by being picked up tion, they can discharge their ob- by Israeli commandos, as were gaon '" this fashion.
other Soviet weapons and equip-j Furthermore, in order to fulfill
ment provided previously to the the meaning of public prayer th?re
Arabs.
Why is the recitation of the
'Sheinii" so i1111>>i-i;i.t in Jew-
ish tradition?
Obituaries
BEREZIN. Samuel. 77. 9549 Byron
Ave Burfslde. Riverside.
CONDELL. Joseph Frederick N. S3,
27'i'.i n.e 3ist ct.. Lighthouse Point.
Riverside.
GOLDSMITH. Ira, 79, tOO Kings Polnl
Dr Riverside.
garfunkel. Amelia H. 78. 3111
N. Ocean Dr., Hollywood. River-
GREECE. Dora. 73. 147 W. 80th 81
Hlaleah, Gordon,
Isaacs. Joseph, 73, 1200 14th 81
M B Riverside.
Rosen. Blanche, 71, 1051 Collins Ave .
M.I> Riverside.
SILBERBERG, Jacob, i'S, l.'.l N E
52nd St Riverside, interment Alt
Si'oa1
TAUBER. Oerhardt D, 74.
St., Bay Harbour Island. River li
WEIL. Morris 8 76, 710 Jeflei
Ave., M.H. Riverside
KAY. Esther, 78 1460 Ocean Dr., M B
Riverside.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND ^OR rAPP COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 62801A (Blanton)
In HE: Estate of '
JOOBPH W KIN Kit
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors snd 'l Ppahs
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and r
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have againsl
the estate of JOSEPH WEINKR de-
ceased late of D'ide C-iuntv. F'oridj,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file Ihe same In dnolicate and :<
provided ln Section 733.16. Florid i
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publication her
of. or the same will be barred.
Dateil al Miami. Florida, this ISttl
day of April, A.D. 1970.
Ethel Kaplan
As Executrix
First publication of this notl on
the 31st day of Julv. 1970,
BERNARD R. .TAFFF1
Attorney for ESTATE OF id
J08EPH WEINER, Deceased
>:il' Ainsley Building
Miami. Fla.
7/31 8/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to uiea<
In business under tite fictitious name
of i.iebman CLOCK CO. (no-. In-
corporated) at 866 N.E. 147 stive-,
Miami. Florida, intends to
said name with the Clerk of
>jjit Court of Dad.- County,
Joseph I.iebman
sole owner
7/81-8 7-14-li
register
tbe Ctr.
Florid ..
lias to be some kind of interac-
tion between the congregation's
The recitation of the "Shema"
Moreover, it seems that even in segments. This is set up by the I constitutes the affirmation of the
Russian hands, the SAM-3 is quite
vulnerable from the air, unless its
operation is combined with effici-
ent air-cover. Thus, the Soviet
response which the congregation faitn on tnc Part of tne individual
recites after hearing the benedic- Jew. The ">>ty. the indivisibility
ring
lions of the leader of the service.
Also, it should be noted that
SAM-3 operators were followed by certain parts of the prayers can
Soviet MIG pilots protecting the only be accomplished in public
. recitation. An example of this is
missile sites. ..Kedusha- which sanctifies the
and the exclusivenecc of the Al-
mighty is part of the parcel of the
Hebrew faith. Some explain that
when Moses received the word
from God which stated that He is
the God of Israel, there was doubt
in his mind as to whether the Is-
Even if Moscow originally didi name of God like the angels do in j raelites understood from this that
not intend to utilize the political. heaven. This requires an interac-jHe was the one and only God.
-' tion between the congregation and
the leader of the service so that
the sanctification is a common
one. Otherwise, no individual has
the right to assume the preroga-
tive of sanctifying God's name.
Three ^
easy ways
to get YOUR
Therefore, it is said that Moses
instructed them to this effect by
saying "Hear O Israel, the Lord
Our God, the Lord is One."
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The rabbis in the Midrash ac-
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For all these reasons the j raelites heard the word of God
"Shmoneh Esrah" is repeated aloud coming from Sinai telling them
by the leader of the service after j that He was the God who took
it is recited individually by the them out of the land of Egypt,
members of the congregation.
Why is it that each individual
Tew must recite the benedictions
of the "Shmoneh Esrah" individ-
ually instead of simply respond-
ing to the benedictions recited
by the leader of the service?
Basically, the responsibility of
prayer rests upon every individual.
The Hebrew tradition considers
every person to have his own
special unique relationship to the
Almighty. While it is true that
certain parts of the prayers can
only be accomplished through
communal service, this congrega-
tional activity, i* only, -a. velucU iu
they responded by saying "Our
God is the One and Only God."
On hearing this response they
were instructed to reaffirm this
basic principle of faith every
morning and evening, as is our
tradition today.
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Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
arc
Cora-
riu-'t
CM-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIl. ACTION
a No.-70-12085
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RRHN'DA WHITBMAN,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MELDIN WIHTEMaN.
I>efendant.
T<>: MKI .DIN WHITBMAN
Residence unknown.
You. MKI.MX WHITBMAN, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com.
] plaint for Divorce has been filed
[ against you. mid you are required to
servo a ow of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorney. MATTHEW
, OlSBBN. HSOl'IRE. 126 8.E. Second
Lii 3j7S and file the original I litTMl, Miami. Florida and file the
in the office of original Answer or Pleading in the
office irf the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 14;'n day of August.
1870'. If you fail to do so. judgment hy
default Will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published ntxw
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TUB JEWISH FIXtRIDIAN.
DONB AMI ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Bin day of July A.D.
197(1.
E.B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
Hy: N.A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
MATTHEW OlSSHN. ESQUIRE
m s.E Second Street
Miami, Florida (8181
Phone: STft-OTRI
Attorney for Plaintiff
"l^TICE OF ACTION
nr CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'of FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DAOS COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-T3S1*-___<*
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
, LOBBACH,
, uOBBA.cn,
,.:vKV A. I OBBACH
dence ""I""1"'1' .lrH
otifled that a Hill of
or Divorce 1ms been
too. and you are required to
j of rour Answer or Plend-
JT Bill of Complaint on UW
attorney, VON zamft *
^"capital Hank Bldg Ml-
orida 3312'
,,, Heading
,,f ,he Circuit Court on
4th day of September. If.".
jl to do s". judgment by de-
J ,1 be taken against you for
,;..:! demanded in the Hill of
"oUoe shall be Published once
for four consecutive weeks
JU L'l i ,l I I ,1 AN.
umi.
A.D.
cell for four roneccunv*- r.
1 JEWI8H FLORIDIAN-
' -WD ORDERED at Mln
this
28th day of July
H LIWTIIKUMAS, Clerk
Court. Dade Omnty. Honda
By: C. P. COPBLAND
|i.-|.ut> Clerk
court Seall
.v.MFT & SMITH
pital Hank F.ldg.
Florida 88138
for Plaintiff
79.6461
*'-
7/31 8/7-14-21
>,. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOKIOA
CASE NO. 70-13387
ICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
| I HHIS.
u
HARRIS,
.. at
DK E. HARRIS
UDBNCE CNKNOWN
SIMON H HARRIS, ate helc-
i thai a Complaint lor Dl-
i en filed against you. and
i required to serve a oopy 01
. .,.,.,- or Pleading to the Ccnm-
ror Divorce on the Plalntlfrs
RONALD L .DAVIS, ESQ.,
i7 Biacayne Huddiug. I*
Street, Miami, Florida 88180
37H-2S51, and file the origin-
al- or Pleading In the office
Mk of the Circuit Court on
-. the ::i da} of August. 1970.
[, i i,, a,, bo, Judgment by de-
1 be take.i against you lor the
anded In the Complaint for
NOTICE -t>:'ll he published
,h week for tour <4i consecu-
f, ,.,. the JEWISH FLOR1D-
\ND ORDERED at Miami,
this 24th day of July, I97U.
a. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
i ourt Seal)
J/Sl 8/7-M-J1
7/10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84844
JOHN R. BLANTON
in l:K; Estate of
ANNIE MORRISON,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,, All Creditor* and All Hers.,].- II. v-
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" the County Judges of Dade
County, umi file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.il
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication heieof. or the same will
lie barred.
Dated at M'am'. Florida, this 13
dav of July. A.D. 1970
MARY FRANKLIN
KITH MORRISON
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Ah Executors
First publication of this >' t on
the 17th day of July. 197*.
STM'iN. HAYS & GRl'NDWBKt.
Attorney for Executors
301 Alnsley Bui'nine.
Miami, Florida 33132
I/17-M-!! /7
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COUNTRY CLITB MEN'S BOUTIQUE
AND FORMAL WEAR al Westchea-
t.r Shopping Mall. 8472 S.W. 24th
S'lcct, Miami. Florida intends to '
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
COt NTRY CLUB MEN'S WEAK
UK VVBSTCHESTER
Bmanuel Mej er
President
in >WARD M NEC. ESQ.
Attorney for COUNTRY CI.I"H
MEN'S WEAR OF WESTCHESTER
7 17-21-31 8 "
,IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
, AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2504
estate of
W. CRIOLBR
>ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
jl Creditors and All Persona
Claims or Demands Against
tale: ,
are hereby notified and rc-
to present any claims and
s which you may have against
lie of CHACB W. CRIGLER
late of Dade County, nor-
th* County Judges of Dade
and file the same in duplicate
provided in Section 733.1*.
Statutes, in their offices in
jnty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
riorlda, within six calendar
from the first publication
or the same will ha barred,
al Miami. Plorlda, this 6lh
y. A.D. 1878.
Mabel Thompson
As Executrix
publication of this notice on
i day of July. 1970.
B, CARLSON
ey for Executrix
rtlss Parkway
I Swings, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 70-12897
NOTICE OF ACTION
SI'N HAY HI >MES, INC.. a
Plorlda corporation,
Plaintiff,
is HIBBN KRB1DELL,
Individually, and as
EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE Oh
JOHN .1 DODSON, DECEASED,
i tefendanta
TO: DORBBN KRKlDKLL
20 Lorraine Road
Island Hark. New York.
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action 10 foreclose a mort-
gage on the following real property
in Dade County, Florida, to-wit
l>.i No. 21 in Rlock 221; Section
"P" of FCLFORD-BY-THE-SEA.
a subdivision of land In Dade
Count v. Florida, according to plat
of said section of said subdivision.
and reci-r.l.-d in Plat Hook 23, at
Page 2. of the Public Kecords of
Dade County. Florida,
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Kominel. RqfeM, Lorber & Shenk-
man, plaintiff's attorneys, whose ad-
dress is 42" Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida. 33139, on or before
the 31st day of Auicust. 1970, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this court either before service on
plaintiffs' attorneys or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on the 17 day of July.
1970.
E. B. HEATHERMAN
As Clerk of tbe Conn
By: H. SNEKDKN
Deputy Clerk
7,24-31 S'7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70- 12821
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NANCTE ELIZABETH WYNN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Al BERT WYNN.
Defendant.
TO: AI.MHKT WYNN
Residence unknon n
You, ALBERT WYNN, are hereby
notified that R Bill of Cmnlaint lor
Divorce has been filed agalnal yon.
and you are required to serve a ropy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Comnlalnl on the Plaintiff's
attorney, VON ZAMFT fc smith,
1518 Canltal Bank Bldg., Miami, Flo-
rida 33132 and file the original Answ-
er or Pleadlna In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 21st day of August. 1970, I
you fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published om.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this IMh day of July A.D
1970.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Cli rk,
Circull Court. Dade County, Florida
B> : MARGUERITE KENT
l lonuty i 'If k
(Circull Court ScaH
VON ZAMFT .Ni SMITH
1512 Capital Hank lllilg.
Miami. Florida 83188
attorneys for Plaintiff
'""": :;:"-''";' 7 21-31 s,7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-tSo
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CONRADO LOPEZ,
Plaintiff.
vs
OARIDAD LOPB2,
Defendant,
TO: CARIDAD LOPEZ
sv Ackerman Avenue
Saddle Brook, Neu Jesrey
You. CARIDAD LOPEZ, are hen
by notified that a Hill of Complaint | hereby i
for Divorce has been filed against plaint f
you, and you are required to serve a against
i opv of your Answer or Pleading to
the"Hill of complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney LESTER ROGERS, Attorney
for Plaintiff, 1454 N.w. lTih Avenue,
Miami. Florida 33123 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 2th day ol
August. 1970. >f you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the. Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published on,,-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21 day of July A.D.
1'JW.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: N. A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LESTER ROGERS, BBQ.
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Plaintiff ,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2051
In RE: Estate of
VBRAHAMGRBBNHUT
Deceased. __
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Saul
You"are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you rani have against the es-
tate of ABRAHAM GREENHUT de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
Section 733.16, Florida Statutee, in
their offices in the County f furthouse .
in Had.- County, Florida, within als |
calendar months from the tune ol the
first publfeatloll hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 16th
das of July. A.D l'.'T". ......
LILLIAN GREENH1 P
\s Administratrix
Plrsl puidii in......f this notice on
the 21th day of July. 197"
C VID1N, ROTHENDERC
K< \N >v KORNBLCM
by ZEV W K< "3AN
Attorne) s fi r
I ILLIAN GREENHUT
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Ela.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
OF FLORIDA IN AeO FOR I
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13106
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL K. OAHFIELD
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOUIS I.. OARFIEI.D
Defendant.
li >: LOUIS l. GARFIELD
2.'.::n Vlera \\snue
Cincinnati, < 'hlo
You, LOI'IH I.. GARFIELD, are
tlfied that a Hill of Com-
Divorce has been filed
iu. and you are required to
serve u cop) of your Answer ,.r Plead-
ing to the Kill of Complaint on (he
Plaintiff's attorney. PAHI.nT. POP-
PB1.I.. HimUMAN tb SIIAI'ii. 1504
Alfred 1. HuPoiit Building, Miami.
Florida 83131 and file the original
Answer or ('leading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 88th day of August, 1970
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four eonaecutivit weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTTWAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 22nd day of July A.D
1'.i7ii.
B. H. I.EATUKCMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Curitv. Elorida
By: C. L ALEXANDER
I "eputy Clerk
(ClrCUll Court Seall
PAI.I.OT. POPPBLL, ODODMAN
K SI (AC i
1804 Alfred I, Dul'out Building
Miami. Elorida 33181
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 ::l S. 7-14-21
24-::l 8/7-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name M
THE OPPTCTAL GAZETTE al 8M
S W. Sth St.. Miami intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of tile
Circuit Court of Hade County. Flor-
THE official GAZBTTB, IN'".
7/31 8/7-14-81
331 f.C
7,17-24-21
8'7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Bob n Bet tit Bl N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida intends to regislei
said name with the Clerk of the < ir-
,ult t.'ourt of Dade County. Florida.
BEATRICE H. KEMP, owner
KESSLER, ROTH. SHBRADSKY
tt^net-s^^KATU.CEB.KEMP
is9". S.W. 3rd Avenue
Miami, Florida fyf| ^.^^
.IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASe NO. 70-12638
>TICE OF PUBLICATION
LeNEHAN.
tiff.
BleNEIlAN
tdant.
LeNEHAN,
Sard Line -
Jh Western House
Ih Hampton. England
AT LeNEHAN, are hereby
that a complaint for Divorce
filed aealnst you, and you
llred to serve a copy ot
(iwer or Pleading to the Cmr.-
tr Divorce on the Plaintiff''-
1RWIN G. CHRISTIE. 8S
lagler Street. Miami. FloTldt.
ihe original Answer or Pleati-
c office of the Clerk of thf
'ourt on or before the 21si
'August, 1670. If you fall t':
fudgmeirl by default will be
lainst you for tlie relief de-
bt the Complaint for Di-
kotlee shall be published oars
ek for four consecutive week>
JEWISH 1-'I. and ORDERKD at Miami.
Bitty, Florida, this 14th day
li-O.
LEATHERMAN. Clerk
: Court. Dade County, Fla.
By: N. A l.'.'Wi.TT
Deputy Clcri:
CHRISTIE
for Plaintiff
Ragler Street
Dorlthi
7 /'. 7- 21 -31 8/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
Ne. 70-12708
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY A. APOSTOLES.
Plaintiff.
vs.
WILLIAM J. APOSTOLES.
Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM .1 APOSTOLES,
658 I ..ik.- Avenue
Manchester. New Hamnshire
You. WILLIAM J. APOSTOLES,
are hereby notified that a Hil1 of
Complaint 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
I-laintiffs attorney wol ESON DIA-
MOND & HARRINGTON, PA 4",
Lincoln Road Suite 9G, Miami Reach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or lleaillng In the office of the ClerK
of the Circuit Court on or before the
24th day of August. 1870. If you fall
to do so, judgment hy default Will be
taken against y.ss for the relief de-
manded in the Pill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
e,oh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIA.V
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 15th day of July A.D.
' E R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
W< "LFSON. DIAMOND &
HARRINGTON, P. A.___
By: JOHN R. HARRINGTON
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13660
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALDO HERIBERTO 1)' AMHROSIO,
Plaintiff.
ANA D'AMRROSlii
a/k/a ANA MONTERO.
Defendant.
TO: ANA D'AMHROSIO
Avenlda de loe Cnnstltuycntes
No. 5740
Huenos Aires. Rep. Argentina
You ANA D AMHROSIO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has hem filed against you,
and you are required to serve a COy
of your Answer or Pleading t e
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintltf s
attorney, GA8PAR B. aldru'H of
CRISToi.. ROSE AND ALDR1CH, 21
N B> Pirst Avenue. Miami. I"""""-*
and file the original Answer or 1 Icaa-
Ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th
day of September, i!'". H yoU,(:"'
to do so. judgment by default Will be
taken against you for the relict ue-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
tn n ir.'u IBH Kl oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2th day of July A.D.
1870
' B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuii Court. DaUe County, Plorlda
By: C P. COPEI AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
CASPAR B. ALDRICH
CRUJ'lX>u ROSE A.1U ALDRU II
21 N.E. Iilrst Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^^..^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-13044
OENBVIEVE RIDDLE,
Plaintiff.
GEORGE RIDDLE.
l>efendant. ______
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: GEORGE RIDDLE
C/oOng
BS01 Ridu-e Boulevard
Brooklyn, New York 11200
Y.iC GEORGE RIDDLE, ar, here-
by notified that a Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, ami
vou are required to serve a copy ol
"vour Answer or Pleading to thLom-
plaint for Divorce on the *''"w ?
Attorney. IRWTN West Plagler Street. Miami, r orida.
and file the original Answer or HW
ing in the office of the ClerifJ>f ge
trircuit Court on or before the -Sth
,hvy of August, 1870. If you fall to do
sVT judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Complaint for Divorce
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-DHIDLW
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I>ade County, Florida, this 21sl day
"'^rTkATHKHJIAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Fla.
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
1RW1N O CHRISTIE
Attorney f,.r Plaintiff
L'X West Plagler Street
Miami. Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-13224
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LI'IS RAIL MERIDA,
Plaintiff
vs.
HILDA MERIDA,
l letendaul.
It l: Hill i.\ MERIDA
BUI5 Meadou vleu Avenue
North llergeu, New Jersi
07047
You, HILDA MERIDA, are here-
bj notified thai a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, ami you are required lo serve
a copy Of your Answer or Pleading
to in,- Hid oi c,.iniii.i ii on tin Plain-
tiffs attorney, ESSEN .- ESSEN,
I2i'.s Alnsiej lilug., Miami. Honda
3.1132 and I'll.- the original Answer or
Pleading in the office "f the Clerk
oi iii, circull Court on or before the
;>Hi day of August, 1970. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will b
taken ugainsi you tor the relief de-
matided hi the Bill of Comtilaliit.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive ueeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.oCIIUAN
I a INK AND 'I -1IERED al Miami,
I'loii.la. this 83nd nay of July A.D
1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County. Plorlda
By: N. A. HEWETT
I l| I ul> I 'lell.
(Circuit < 'ourt Seal)
ESWEN ,Vi ESHEN
l^ns Ainsle) i:hlg
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plalntlfl
8 7-14-21
7'24-31 S'7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-18046
RE: Adoption of following
minor children:
Hrenda Diane Jackson ami
Cynthia Yvonne Jackson
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO WILLIAM Rl'SSELL JACKSON
Residence Cnknown .,,1T,r>
YIU' ARE HEREBY NOTI1II-.D
that CARLENTO WHA'oX. is apply-
ing for the adoption of the following
minor children: HRENDA DIANE
JACKSON and CYNTHIA VVONNE
JACKSON, that he Is married to tin-
natural mother of said minor children,
and that he has filed his Petition for
Adoption In the Circuit Court ol Dane
County, Florida. If you have any ob-
jections to same, you are to file sum,-
in the office of the Clerk of the ir-
cuit Court and a copy to Petitioners
attorney. IRWIN 0 J MI RISTIB, at
Suite 804, Roberts Building. 2S West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, on or
before the 28th day of August. Una.
Failure to do so may result in the
Adoption being granted to CAB1.EN-
Tt> V. II.COX. __.
This notice shall be puhludted once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Plorlda. on this 21st day of July. 1970.
E H I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clork
7/24-31 8/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT V.
No. 70-1346*
SUIT FO DIVORCE
MARGIE CHRYSLER,
Plata tiff,
ERNEST MARSHALL CHRYSLER,
Defendant.
TO: ERNEST MARSHALL
CHRYSLER
21,2:1 Drexel Avenue
Detroit. Michigan
You. ERNEST M ARSHAI.L CHItl -
Sl.ER. are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. ami you are re-
quired io serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Heading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
Wol.ESOX, DIAMOND A HARRJNti-
ton. pa. 4"7 Lincoln Rond. Suite
9G, Miami Reach. Elorida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 1st day
of September, 1!'7. If >"U fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH El ORIHIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 27th day of July A.D.
1970. ,
E 1; LBATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I.. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
WOI.FSON. DIAMOND &
HARRINGTON. PA.
By John R. Harrington
4n7 Lincoln Road, Suite 90
.Miami Reach. Fla.
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business lualer the fictitious name of
AARON ANSWERS at 10* N. Miami
\v,- Miami intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cowl of Dade CouBty, Plornla
LOUIS P. GRANEB,
sole owner
7'31 S 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BVrTA BEAUTY SALON at 22fi
N.E, 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla. intends
|V. r-cisi.r said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Had, County,
Fiorina.
Eva Aviia. Owner
7/31 8/7-14-21


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