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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridlian
]ume
43 Number 33
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida Friday August 14, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
ease Fire Firm On Israel-Egypt Front
Clashes On Israel-Jordan Border Increase
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Suez
anal front remained quiet as
th sides observed the ccase-
which went into effect at
Idnigot Friday. For the first
J:-ic in 14 months, guns were
I'cnt and warplanes grounded.
But Israeli warplanes blasted
..errilla bases on the western
opes of Mt Hermon for the
cond time since the cease-fire
can on Tuesday. The aerial
.tacks were in reprisal for the
jntinuing incidents occurring
the Lebanese border. Guer-
!a attacks on the Jordanian
;civ also intensified after the
ase-fire went into effect.
More fraell casualties were
suffered in the Suez Canal area
since the Six-Day War than on
all the other fronts combined,
the government disclosed. The
toll between June 12, 1967 and
Au 1121 wounded out of the total of
642 killed and 2,333 injured on
all fronts.
Deputy Premier \lga' Allon
issued a warning thai Israel
would invoke its right to self
defense if terrorists or other
forces continued to attack Israeli
villages and towns. His state-
ment, made in a radio interview,
was directed at the Jordanian
government, which has not re-
sponded to the call for a 90-day
cease-fire. Mr. Ailon stressed
Jordan's responsibility for the
actions of all armed forces on
its territory terrorists, Iraqi
troops, and other foreign and ir-
regulars alike.
Many observers were sur-
prised by the rapidity with which
Uie cease-fire was put into ef-
fect. Arrangements for policing
the truce had been expected to
take considerable time. But both
Egypt and Israel readily agreed
to maintain a vigil over the
other's side of the waterway.
This is being done by aerial re-
connaissance, through which
each nation can maintain sur-
veillance over a 32 mile deep
strip of territory without violat-
ing Hie other's air space. In ad-
dition. T.N. truce observers are
manning posts on both banks of
the canal.
Some 500-600 shells were in
the final barrage laid down by
the F.gyptians before the cease-
fire became effective. But once
the midnight deadline passed,
there was dead silence. Under
instructions to maintain precau-
tions, Israeli soldiers continued
to wear steel helmets and flack
vests, and avoided unnecessary
exposure to possible sniper fire.
The Egyptians apparently had
more faith in Israeli integrity
and disciplinethey left their
bunkers after the cease-fire and
Continued on Page 7-A
Ambassador Returns To
U.S. After Consultations
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israeli
traders apparently had second
boughts about making a major
;suc of the omissions in the
tier sent by U.N. special envoy
bunnar .V. Jarring to Secretary
leneral U Thant stating the
tasis and objectives of Arab-
srael peace negotiations.
The omission of certain con-
litions stated by Israel in its
fcote accepting the American
K-ace proposal was deemed suf-
ficiently serious to warrant call-
ing Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
home from Washington for con-
sultations, but a Cabinet min-
ister told the JTA there was no
justification for the assumption
that a "crisis of confidence" was
developing between Israel and
the United States. After attend-
ing a Cabinet meeting and hold-
ing lengthy conferences with
the Premier and Foreign Min-
ister, Ambassaelor Rabin return-
ed to Washington.
The Jarring letter which had

Dr. Schwartz Retires
From Israel Bond Post
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
]ganization for the past fifteen
i
OR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
yean and former executive vice
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, has retired as chief exe-
cutive oficer of the Israel Bond
Drive, Abraham Feinberg, pres-
id< t of the Israel Bond Organi-
i zation. has announced.
In a statement issued upon
I ret rement, Dr. Schwartz ex-
plained that he was doing so
ter f ftee'n vears of "rigoro".s
Hies" in administering the op-
itions of the Israel Bond ef-
fort in some 35 countries. He
expressed confidence that the
organization will be able "to
carry on in the spirit and with
the effectiveness which have en-
abled the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion to grow into the central
source of investment funds for
the development of the coun-
try" and paid tribute to Jewish
communities of the world for
their "understanding and devo-
tion" in raising more than $1.5
billion through Israel Bonds
since th" inception of the pro-
gram in 1931. "It is also a trib-
ute to th" people of Israel that,
they have utilized the Bond
process with the extraordinary
vision and careful planning to
produce an impressive record of
progress in every sector of its
economy," he said.
In accepting Dr. Schwartz's
decision to retire with "great
regret," Mr. Feinberg cited his
notable humanitarian achieve-
ments as head of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee in Europe
in World War II and emphasized
the key role which Dr. Schwa rU
has played in behalf of Israel
and the entire Jewish people as
head of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and vice president of the
Israel Bond Organization.
A distinguished educator and
scholar and an authority on Sem-
Continued on Page 9-A
stirred up the excitement re-
peated the statement drafted by
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers as the formal basis for
reactivating Ambassador Jar-
ring's peace mission, but did not
contain the basic condition laid
down by Israel for accepting the
90-day cease-fire and other ele-
ments of the U.S. peace initia-
tive in its formal note to Wash-
ington.
Officials here were uncertain
whether the omission of Israel's
stipulation that withdrawal of
Israeli armed forces from terri-
tories occupied in the 1967 con-
flict to secure and agreed boun-
daries would be determined in
the peace agreements was delib-
erate, an oversight on Dr. Jar-
ring's part, or something done
at the request of the State De-
partment. Other relatively mi-
nor conditions inserted at De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan's
Continued on Page 3-A
.....
SYNAGOGUE INSTALLS
HEARING AIDS
New York (JTA)A spec-
ially designed system of
h taring aids was incorporat-
ed into the construction of
the new synagogue of a Clen-
coe Reform congregation to
enable hard-of-hearing con-
gregants to participate in
services, according to a re-
port by its executive direc- i
tor.
The offcial. Alvin Platt
of the North Sho>-c Congre-
gation Israel, s-iid that the I
individual hand-held units
had proved to be more sue- \
cessful than headset units
because they arc less con-
spicuous. Congregants who
have used them have said
they are "verv satisfactory."
Total installation cost for the
eight units, including run-
ning a conduit to the main
sound system in the sanctu- :
ary, was given as slightly
more than $500.
I I
;
Guerrillas Withdraw
Support Of Nasser
By Special Report
The Arab Palestine Organization and the Action Organization
for the Liberation of Palestine, the only Palestine guerrilla groups
in Jordan that had supported Egypt's acceptance of the cease-fire,
have announced they are withdrawing that support. A spokesman
said they will join the other Palestinian guerrilla groups' campaign
to sabotage the truce by attacking Israel.
The guerrilla groups are said
to be disillusioned with Moscow,
after the peace moves which
they consider to have been tak-
en in concert with the United
States. Peking, which came out
violently against the U.S. peace
plan, has now pledged to give
them increased support.
An aide to Yasser Arafat, the
leader of El Fatah, has been
sent to hold "important talks"
with Communist China. North
Vietnam and North Korea. Ob-
servers are speculating on the
probability of more Ccmmunist
arms and supplies being sent
to the Arab commandos as a
result of these talks.
Jordan's government has at-
tacked Egypt's President Gamal
Abdel Nasser on still another
and possibly more vulnerable
front, by threatening removal of
its troops from the Suez area. It
was not certain what the Egyp-
tian reaction would be to this
Sam Missiles
Moved After
Cease-Fire?
Continued ot. Pafco 8-A
WASHINGTON Ambassa-
dor Yitzhak Rabin is believed to
have brought back photographic
evidence that new Soviet anti-
aircraft missiles were installed
in the 32-mile "standstill" zone
on the Egyptian side of the Suez
Canal more than four hours
after the cease-fire went into
effect.
If the Israeli evidence stands
up, it will clearly prove a vio-
lation of the understanding that
neither side would use the 90-
day cease-fire to sticngthen its
Continued on ryMS 8-A
Bond Conference
Topic: Economy
TEL AVIV (JTA)Plans for
dealing with Israel's immediate
and long-range economic prob-
lems will be considered at an
inter-national conference of Jew-
ish leaders convened this week
by Prime Minister Pinhas
Sapir.
Delegates from the United
States, Canada and other parts
oi the world will concentrate
their deliberations on ways to
. xpand ai i strength! n is- '-
economy in a time of d
and danger. The eleven
day conference will also He the
occasion for the observance oi
th 20th anniversary of the four-
ding of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation, which since Its Inception
raised more than SI 5 billion for
Israel's economic development.
Prime Minister GohJa Melr and
former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. two of the chief ar-
chitects of the Israel Bond Drive.
will have major roles in the con-
ference, which will also hear
other foremost leaders in Is-
rael's public life.
Mr. Ben-Gurion will be the
principal speaker at Friday's
opening session, which Samuel
Rothberg, Conference chairman,
will preside; 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 Confer-
ence of Jewish leaders in Sep-
tember, 1950, which initiated the
flotation of Israel Bonds in the
United States.
Among the national leaders
ol the Israel Bond Organization
who will head the conference
gatlon are Louis H. Boyar,
man of the Board of Gov-
ernors; Ira Guilden, national
chairman: Jack D. Welter, secre-
tary-treasurer; Mrs. Jan Peerce,
chairman of the National Wom-
en's Division, and Julian B. Ve-
nezky, national chairman for Pn-
gions.
On the final day cf the confer-
ence, the delegates will meet at
the seaport of Ashelod to partici-
pate in a ground-breaking cere-
Continued on P9 8-A


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ADL Workshop To Have Judge Atkins Appoints 12 To Committee
Prominent Participants
Federal Judge C. Clyde Atkins
has apiwinUcl six whites and six
blacks to a bi-racial committee
with authority to hold hearings
and make recommendations in its
i fforts to help implement Dade
County's desegregation plan.
Dr. Robert Allen, dean of the
Alfr~i GoMcti direct r Ar-
sUni sTsftsBMltnii Lngne Work- Own N. feitelbaum, and by WM-
faftto-Bo hold at Om Ho) "> bu a,--..-, boawl ohuisisisji,
in Palm Beach Aug 21-23 h
announced that I ADL progi on S e chairman. Adult
u.il 1%-ature oiitstaBdim i Comaflltee. F ----------------------
feahaaa, wtoo ii Stsste Association of B'nai
tfisant turretit subjeets, Lodaea, reported the AJE Poll Shows Dayan Most
roMems < odtti Are IHrtress JewMrToath T_.,-j -__ it-;- carnnj|
the prominent nan I Je*Ja Education. Friday eve- InlSTea, HITS, meir jecona
ADL Workshop will be Gea '-' Aug. 21. there will *>e i, JERUSALEM TaJianoff. chairra-an, National panel program, headed by D:. cording to a public opinion po"
Cbtwnunity Servie* Committee Louis Scharartzman, executive di- published Monday. Defense Min-
ADL: Burnett Roth. Nat >i J ADL Jewish Educa-
Cbsomiaiianer; Williim M. Al> Miami area and by
hoard chairman, Florkh Regioii Brtwasd Gotten. admunatraUw.' di-
ADL Office: >VWter .WelYitim rector of Tempi? fasaeL *vho atill
chairman ADL Bxseutive Own- dkMtssa aHisSssi Toutta and Jewish
inje+xe. and Mr. GokV n All. Education.
Treasurer and State ADL ehair-l
mgn Saturday mominj. the "voice of
;. aith" will B hoard when Lynn
The Satnrda) (bop.I L>iu:.e Wai> and Hanry Mannh. i;n-
Aug. 22. trill focus on three youns er express their views on current
ister Moshe Dayan is the leader
Israelis trust most. Premier
Golda Meir ranked second in the
poll which asked the question.
"Who are the leaders the public
can trust to guide Israel's af-
fairs?"
Gen. Dayan was named by
87'i of the respondents. Mrs.
Meir by 74';. and Deputy Pre-
;e ktudobts. '' problems and Jewish youth. Th" ntier Yigal_Allon ran a poor
n das present.-:!; ; ol ptDbtelM AJE Workshop "i'l cinclude with
they see thorn. The ATM. Soe Sat y noon'luncheon \ith
of F :.>.- cfasl will Jay Markowitz, president-elect.
Sunday morning, Aug. JSf The das-1 District Grand Lodge, Ho. 5, as
in? ever? will take prae Sund rnun and R >bi>ie Roth, presi-
- 12 D pjn. when author Nathan^ dent of the Florida State Associa-
H W. yl wHl address gates and i;,,n B'nai B'rith Lodge* u thel
dJsCUSSion leader.
guests at the ADL Luncheon.
Th" Workshop '> mdun
ports by eotimwn I -' '

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with plans to develop Sharm el-
Skoikb in the sootbeni Sinai -
resort area ''>'-::" the (ov rn-
nv-nt's acceptance of Ante
peace proiosal> which may lea
to Israel's withdrawal from ;it
p irt of th.- Arab terrll
ipiad during the Six-Pay Wai
A contract was signed ror in-
construction of an air terminal
h""*l accommod it ions at Shi
el-Sheikh. The contract went t>
Arkfa, Israel's domestic afrl
which will build the "Ophir" Air-
port at the former Egypt! in
stsopgpost. The contracts contain
a special clause providing com-
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Israel be forced t. ev icuate the
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Friedland Announces^^*^ faWn
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Safian Appointment After Consultations
and thai Dr. Jaixiflii was coos L iiwiwtir.^ the "jsodaltties" of tiie
tinuine ins consultations and i next steps In the negotiations.
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intmcnl of Ted Safian, sales In h creased by
' 0. development far more than 40' Pr. he had
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tion ol Long Island, N -v. York.
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_______ A graduate oi Brooklyn College
__I______with a degree In Bt non cs Mr.
Safian also attend) I -' ial courses
in public relations and business
administration at the New School
and City CoUege of New York. He
has been active in volunteer work
for the American Friends of He-
J| BH brew University and the Sephardic
Home for the Aged, and Is a mem-
! ber of KhightS >: Pythias, the
lK.en announced by the Grand Street Boys and the Ma-
ivsldent Samuel Fried- sonic Order.
He lives In North Ml uni with his
wife, Doe. president of a local real
estate agency, nd their two sons.
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nillion during a success-
Mr. Safian will be re-
tor directing the $20
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,cl Miami Beach institu-
., complete medical cen-
(( mitiiiiii 'I from Piige 1)
request had bJm sesa sssMsssl.
The I'.S go\i rnment had ae-
cepted tl | as satis-
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tions. il WS I OUt, and I n
Jarrini ntton the
conditions in h did not
mean that thej a re rejected
Egypt's reply to the U.S. also
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Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
OECRimm RATES: (Lc*l Area) O^e Yar V. 08 Thraa Veara 2 OC
Oart af Tawi Upof Riuat
Friday. August 14. 1970
Number 33
12 AB
We Can Expect Soviet Pressure
ir. coming weeks -no rr.onflML if the pecce talks dw-
veict we :rr. erpec: the Scv.e: Vr..or. to put pressure or.
\-.e Vr..'ec S-tre-s to get Israel a agree to a complete w.\-.-
Juwul bom --- Aaaft) territory occupied in 1367. The argu-
ment ccrordir.c to come observers, is that they have
btoaafal the Arabs to the neaotiating process and that anv-
tl-.-.g short oi complete withdrawal would be unacceptable
z the Arabs which surprises no one.
The Cabinet crisis and the ascendancy of a movement
for a secure peace in Israel which does not insist on direct
Isrcei-Arcb negotiations may give the Soviets more hope
far such a conclusion than would seem warranted at this
\rr.e. While the Israeli leadership has always made it clear
thct "everything" was negotiable, they have also made it
plain that some things were less negotiable than others
Jerusalem for one, and the problem of the Golan Heights
far another.
This is not to say that it may not be possible to find a
solution to these two areas which will satisfy both sides.
We) doubt, though, that all the pressure the Soviets can put
CM the United States to force Israel into a solution which
does not assure security will be af any avaiL There is no
doubt of President Nixon's sincerity in seeking peace in the
Middle East or his assurances to Israel that he will not
permit its security to be jeopardized. It is the sincerity of
the Soviet Union's client states which is in question, and
Israel is not about to risk its future on their good faith.
Fight Against Bigotry Our Own
The American Jewish Committee's local director ha3
provided a valuable reminder to the Jewish community in
his comments on anti-Cuban sentiment which has devel-
oped in recent months. Antiolien attitudes have existed in
this country from its earliest days and discrimination wa3
practiced against the Irish, the Italians, the Germans, Chi-
nese and Japanese as well as Jews.
Jews will continue to be sensitive to the problems of
refugees and minorities because of their own unique his-
tory over the past 2,000 yeara. and American Jews will con-
tinue to be in the vanguard of the fight against bigotry and
discrimination no matter what the circumstances. It is, in
the long run. our own fight as welL
Another University In Israel?
A separate English-language teaching university in
Israel is now being studied as an endeavor to accommo-
date the thousands of American. British, Canadian and
South African students who, according to Cabinet Minister
Shimon Peres, would like to study and teach there.
Inevitably, such a proposal has run into difficulty,
particularly with the well-established Hebrew University,
cne of the great institutions of its kind in the world, which
has been forced to limit its intake of foreign students be-
cause of limited funds. The suggestion that cooperation in
this direction be taken, rather than seek to establish an-
other expensive institution, is worthy of serious considera-
tion. Particularly in view of the fact thct only two years
ago a private institution, the American College of Jeru-
salem, got off the ground and appears to have a promising
future.
Decline Due To Assimilation
The British Jewish community is reported to be de-
clining at the rate of some 800 a year, giving rise to con-
cern for the future of that powerful segment of world Jewry.
That a good part of the decline is due to assimilation is
indicated by the fact that the section affiliated with a syna-
gogue remains relatively stable.
There will be VB III emu I > be
pulled en every -.otinc machine
j\ the primary electiont~-".-
Sfc*K. 8. if you re interested.
The odd* are that most of MM
- if we take the average Arner:-
can voter rather tear, the Jew-
ish readers of Xrus cr.-zre.-
won't be interested This a not
r-j of Dade Count/ but
I r of obvious voter apa-
throughout the natiom
'.: h not :~ '
te, but one political scie-.-
pi
1 ": :
.-.-. so .-: '" '" "
but no mis sIhmm op at
-
Amend tta '
den death sohfl
is cast for any can
the closing hour, th-
goes into uwilfcuw and th-r
r^rriin open. The Brat candidate
". I i,r" -- ''- --"--
It isn't iikely to hapoen he-e
163 candii.--- :'j-r: US.
Senator to Cuunty Cbramltl
pal it would be no surp:
s^xne of the precincts esnkt <
with a total vote less than the
total number of levers.
In a recent Virginia primary.
fewer than 10^". of the i
came out. which is less th-r. the
15"- who particitxited in our re-
cent school millage election. But
thit still leaves us little reason
to be proud
There's an awful lot of money
being spent for such little re-
sponsePepublican panernotor*
:j". candidate Jack Eckeri M
we'A into his second million and
P-epublicar: senatorial hopeful
HiTfU-i Carswell has promised at
least a million, just in the pri-
maries. Miybe some day th-*
can&dates are going to tafci
took at a'l the loot the p
cists are taking and BSfc it tt*l
_> wortta it.
When I was studying the
- machine in New Jer--;. 1
leal >' the money we-- -
dire i ibaidy to the voter both
t at 1 t
iople were g "" i i
jt e had to vote to get
d if there were occ
more than 100'
: igistr Uion was counted, at least
knew it was Election Day.
uefa is more than we can ay
today.
I: we '-ook at the way voting
oo bond issues has beer, gains
throughout the country we
see the people who care enough
to go to the polls are telling us
~>rr.ething. But what may be
mor serious is what the voting
bovcott may be saying. John
G.rdner. the former HEW head
who seems to be serving as our
newest voice of conscience, re-
cently sounded this note of warn-
ing on the subject:
'The danger lies in a downward
spira 1diminishing confidence
on the part of the individual
that he can possibly affect the
system; therefore, less action on
his part; necessarily more pa-
temalism on the part of the sys-
tem: consequently, even less
tiative on the part of the di-
vidual, and io on. At the bottom
of that downward spiral wfD | e
the wreckage and the memo: /
of a free society '
I have long been COOvii
that frustration with what we
call the democratic proce--
what has created the ap
which threatens to deatrog
freedom. In my files I Inn
quotation from Mayor Flahe
of Pittsburgh which SSJfl We
have the resources to -
problems 'of the cit.--
and a few weeks la'er I added
to that file a newsphoto I
on the new telephone gadget
which permits people to >e-
well as hear each other
Have you tried to get a J
n lately? There are m
areas of Miami which have tr.
for 20 years to get s:de
and sewers without success
if by now it is a cliche, who -
quirre! with their bittern -
tr-.e billions spent to have m
men alk on the moon while we
have no sidewalks to step or.?
Sometimes I hate myself for
continuing to be an optimist in
the face of my experience, but
I do confess to it. I am. convince-i
that if enough of the frustrate!
show up to vote one day th-*y
could easily defeat those a b >
have reaped the benefit of their
apathy and maybeonly maybe
mind you no guaranteeseffect
some important changes. M are
about this in the next weeks
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON"This city h
trumpeting success of the Amer-
ican "peace initiative' in the
Middle East. But it is vital to
note that Soviet military pres-
sure on beleaguered Israel was
savagely but secretly increased
before the cease-fire was agreed
to.
To begin with, the rumors
about an air battle between So-
viet and Israeli planes, in which
the Soviets lost heavily, are all
too true. But they gravely under-
represent the Ae*r*"^*p,v ->-:-
ous total picture of recent So-
viet air activity on the Suez
front. The facts are bleak in-
deed, although the VS. govern-
ment has preferred not to admit
them.
The biT air battle took place
on Aug.2. About eight Israeli
Phantom jets were conducting
reconnaissance along the Egyp-
tian coast of the Gulf of Suez.
Th->y were jumped by at least
eight Soviet MIG-21 jets, flown
by Russian pilots.
After the Israelis hid shot I
four of the MIG-21's without
sing a single Phantom, the re-
maining pilots broke of: and
fl I
There is no question that the
M!G-21s were flown, by RttS-
il ns since their conversation
w-th one another and with their
air-ground controller was exc -
sively in Russian. The conver-
sation was of course registered
by the Israeli monitors. In add.-
tion. the U.S. government has
hard intelligence that one of
the Russian pilots of the de-
stroyed MIG's was killed: that
or.e was gravely injured: and
that two parachuted to safety
In reality, however, this h
lv unsuccessful Russian at"
on Israeli planes was far fr
ns. the most disturbtnz ispi "
of the picture. The point ii '
t*e attack was made at i
below the southern terminus
th Suez Canal. It was th
ride the apeel -
alon'j the earn
where no Russians hav
v lupeoaed to g">.
But the special combe.....
.p along the Egypt
of the canal that is :;)
rs in widthhas a'-
ph> penetrated bv P -
piloted Soviet aircraft I
he air battfe H
scribed. The first Russian '
tration occurreil on Julv -%
On th^it day. Israel Skvb
attacked ground targets
three miles, or under five
eters, from the canal bank
tarsets. obviouIv. were we:
within the st>ecial con>bat zone.
with its width of "0 kilometers
-N'onntfcpinss. the Skvhawks were
jumped by four MIG-21s with
Russian pilots. The Skyhawks
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letters to the editor
Another Answer For Questioners
EDITOR. Th- Jewish Fkn-Mten:
Some avid readers <>f the "Quea-
tion Box" of your worthy writer
Rabbi Samuel J. Fox have ap-
proached me with a question in
connection with Rabbi Fox's ex-
planation (July 31. 1970) for the
repetition of thi Shmoneh Em i
after the Congregation has already
recited it individuallv; namely,
"Why is the Shmoneh Esreh of the
Maariv prayer rn>: repeated for th
ame good reasons the Shmoneh
Esreh of Shachris and Minehan is
repeated?"
My lengthy of for! to answer m>
questioners was nol too convinc-
ing. Therefore. I ask you kill fl.v
to allow me herewith to rep -at
the explanation In a pr'Hteri con-
cise way, which s> often is av>
cogent and convincing than verbal
deliberation.
li The Shulchan Oruch. Orach-
Chaim (cap. 237) states flatly.
"The Leader-Ri -r of th Con-I
gregation must no? repeat the o\ -'
nine; prayer."
2) The Rambam in Hilchoth
Tephilah (cap. 9.9) about Maariv
writes, "The pe >ple are conclud-
ing the 'Shmoneh Earth' in si-
lence, and the leader does not have
to refloat atrain aloud the eveninc
prayer, because the evetahlg pmyi-
cr is not a compulsory o*"-: there'-j
fore, he should not recite thel
blessings in vain. There is no on?
In the congregation who is akHMri
to say them, that th" lender shotiM
have to discharge him from his
obligation."
3i And in the Gemorah Bern-
choth 26-27. there is a lontfhy de-
liberation :')'>ui tlv incentton and
reasons for introducing! the
"TVphi:< fers and stands for "Shmoneh
Esreh"- into the Congres itl ms ol
Israal
One opinion is thai this e :
(ion by our Patriarchs. Abraham tsn :
find Jacob. This is th.- V;ii >h con-
cept of the "Tephiloh."
Another one, which is mor con-
gruent with the hala :haic vie v, is
the Tephiioth corresponding to lh-
two daily obligatory sacrifices on
1he altar in the Beth-Kamikdosh.
"One lamb in the morning, and the
other in the afternoon." Shachris
and Mincha. In that case the
MaariV Tephiloh has no basic
source to lweome obligatory to
say it and there sprang up a
serious dispute: Tephiioth Arbith
Rcshuth o Chova?" which means,
"Is the reciting <>f the evening
Shmoneh Esreh obligatory or op-
tional?"
The final halachaic conclusion
is i hat !t is just optional. How-
ever, tradition accepted and intro-
duced the Maariv Tephiloh into all |
congregations ol Isr a el on an equal
level with the Shachris and Min-
chah. But historically and hal i-
eh iieally the Tophilath Maariv is
optional. Now we can very well un-
derstand ihi> Rambam's explana-
tion mentioned above. (Vdal!)
Ailo-.v me please another ram
Ngarrijnq the "Question Box" of
Aug. 7. 1970. aboul the derivation
of the term "Chazzan." The He-
brew root "Chazeh" from which
the word "Chazzan" stems, is tu Ik-|
found In the Tanach sixty or srv-j
enty times, in various grammatic.:!
forms. This is enough to give us a
thorough understanding of the vei-
satile, colorful meanings of- this
significant word.
pendent science of Judaism.
I would like also to add that.
besides the duties of the ancient
Chazzan mentioned by Rabbi Fox.
there was another function per-
formed by the Chazzan, mentioned
in the Mishnah (at the end of
Tractate Makoth); namely, to
mete out the corporal punishment;
of Malkothlashes, practiced inj
Israel in the olden days, against
certain transgressors, members of
the congregation.
The Mishnah reads, "In which |
manner were the malkath meted
out? He (the culprit i bends down
. the Chazzan is holding his
clothing and the Chazzan is
holding a strap of calf-skin in his
hand and two other straps of;
ass-skin and up and down,
. and up and down ."
Rashi comments the straps are
supposed to be a reminder to what j
it is written in the first chapter
of Isniah, which we rend on Shab-i
bos Chazon: "The ox knoWeth his i
owner and the ass his masters
crib, but Israel doth not know. My
people doth not consider ." In-
deed, a very interesting function
of the ancient "Chazzan!"
RABBI A. BEV-HILLEL.
Congregation Ktz-Chaim
ami Beach, Florida
According to the Midrash' 'inj
Yalk'n Shimoni. [Aniah cap. 11 the
u-ord "Chtz/in" which is conven-' EDITOR. The JewMi Floridlan:
(tonally translated as "vision" con-
tains the harshest, most scrutiniz-
ing mcasaae out of the ten terms
for the definition of Kovuah
proph'cv. In order: .Vnirah. Maga-
dan. Chidah. Mashal, Meli'/.i.
Nevuah. Mama, Nattafoh, Chaz-
zan. and Chazuth.
My Denaark rezarduje the ex-
piation given by Rabbi Fox. quo-
!',:_ "DolttSCh." "Il::.;garith." etc.,
is: Must most of our learned men,
B on the topic of Judaism,
IImi.itl etc., ;u order to prove
tl..: si ttements or assumt ins
perk it up with quotations of
".Babel Kritik" of the Germans,
or other "scientific" sources?
Ann-' we self-sufficient? Th:.- cus-
tom should Ij,' doomed as archai:.
and below our dignity. We have
our true and BtMmine and nnde-
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Only At Morton Towers
There must be at least 1,000
doctors in Morton Towers. True,
'.hey are not licensed, but they
speak with the authority of ex-
uerionce. They can diagnose and
cure almost any ailment just
give them time, and faith.
For instance:
Mr. Knickenhacker, who has a
wrenched back and walks with a
cane, has just returned from his
doctor's office. Mrs. Kure-all. a
kindly -neighbor, listens to Mr.
Knickerbocker's complaints. With
a smile of assurance, she says:
"You don't need to throw away
money on-doctors. My grandfather
ill Kiev had the same trouble. He
laid down on top of an oven for
11 tree days and nights and the
heat cured himexcept for a few
burns on the skin."
Mrs. Noze-alL a former nurse. |
interrupts:
"Medicine will never cure a bad
back. Relax it, the muscles and
joints, by drinking one or two
glasses of bourbon each day. My
daughter's butchir Ln the Bronx
had a brother with the same back
trouble. That's how he got cured
except he became a drunken bum."
Mr. Goodhart, Knickcnhacker's
next door neighbor, who was once
an orderly in a hospital, declares:
You're both rnashuga. Nottain1
like ice-cold packs every day. It
takes the fever out of the back
and kills the pain. My uncle, Ber-
kovitz, olav asholom. may he rest
in peace, took ice baths for 11 days.
No more backaches. Of course, he
accidentally caught a cold he
died of pneumonia, oat his back
was healed up."
Mrs. Sweetface. president from
the Mikvah who has stopped to
listen, offers her meaical diagnosis
and advice: My aunt in Syracuse
had back trouble for many years,
and no doe tor or chiropractor or
veterinarian helped She was heal-
ed by a Christian Scientist who
was also.a hypnotist. He talked
her into forgetting her pains. Then
she took vitaminsten Vitamin C,
eight Vitamin Ea quart of sauer-
kraut juice and six pieces of garlic
each day. In one weekno more
back pains! Of course, her stomach
had to be pumped out and the
Rabbi had to unhypnotize her, birt
she lost 11 pounds and will be OK
in a few weeks."
Yes sir. weVe mighty lucky to
have such sincerely concerned,
good-hearted, well-meaning neigh-
bors. They say love is better than
a license, that lots of love is an
absolute cure for a broken heart.
Can a doctor do more?
JI'DGE MEYER 1- CIIERKAS
Miami Beach
Cohen New Poll tier
Group's Chairman
Edward Cohen has !>,
ftrsl chairman of "Refor
erats 70," a new politic >rg j
".at ion commit ted to the -tala
tion of the Florida i>
party." it was annoui
week.
Mr. Cohen, a former
sey political writer who n
as administrator of a Mi
goguc, saiel that th<> groi
represents a coalition --
crats whose major otajec
year is re-structuring of t
at the grass roots level
represented by 41 candi-
the Democratic County
Committee in the prim
tions.
"The advent of the '
system in Florida Ids ca
leadership of the Democ
ty in Florida and P;>
without a program and.
!y. without the capabilit;
I riding effective leadei -
! Cohen said.
"The statement made
j Chairman Cramer that
I aoesn'1 plan to join the
party's, stand on peace
china is additional prool
were neidod- that de.*
chance in party commar
Democrats will get mor I
same leadership that has i us
governor, a "CfB. Sen u
threatens further losses X
vember.
"The- fact is that six I ,rt
delegau-^ to the 1968 [Ration
Convention got there despite IV
efforts of the pirty 1< I -~- ii:
Mr. Cohen said. "The cor >f K
form Democrats '70' cor ..ti I
many ifVsS McCarthy s norta
as well as others equally <
with the future of the D "ocral
party .r. Florida." he add
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7^ TICAL ADVANTAGE, NOT PEACE. tS AM'
Why Egypt Accepted The Rogers Plan

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,.,nnir the recent peace
,. ;h,. U.S. SMKtBfS! of
. | |>. Kouors, the to*
,. painfully aw.ire that
,. obliged to take cnrtsid-
H,arj risk! f->r the hope
,: solution whoso
extremely reinoie. i
in met. believe that;
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1., i-,! iv along and sa> |
r proposals, '' I
i certain tactical ad-
-,> < pot want genu-
i, Middle East.
,)si axiomatic that a
. nefi!s m )s' the IxM-
i | is ;>t a dtadt an-
, :... i ..i that moment.
. ni cmw there is little
I ^ is the Egyptians '!i|1
I 11 *bi>!vror^ would
[.,, i lir.tr cain< iron'
.. There are at i -i
tsunders wing this fact:
, Israeli Air Forry has
.i ti n'v\-(>r.t'rur the eon-
.- o! S.\i--t rfi-sile sit in
(hern and southern sec-
. Suez Canal. I.-raeus are
., |tical about the effee-
l ;m\ irmistice s-ipor\i--
hincry pivvent such
don work onee the Is-
, Bnes stojl their harraas-
: is hevfore widely 3US-
ia*. when the eease*fir*r is-
. ok.?n by the EEryfttan*-
.! anti-aircraft t>attori. stationed right up to the
. < \ icindty of the canal.
, ro se-frre will also en>
Egyptians to repair the
mages inflicted* on their
I,; tons, iHinkers and gon
tio along the cannl. They
onlj repair what hn-<
. -i-oyri hut. probably, will
deeixn and strengthen their posi-.fact, already mentioned, thai the -t.v.u-|.m on the- Egyptian s:de| Isjmeii side could immediately le-
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tions for the renewal of their "war
of attrition'-' against- Israel.
(3) The three-month period will,'
in all prolrability, be also used by
the Egyptians to rush the con-
struction of numerous direct access
roads to tHeir positions ,-tlonij the
canal. At present, many of the
Egyptian positions are accessible
only via roads that run parallel to
the canal and thus within firing]
range of Israeli artillery- Easier |
access to their positions will natu-l
rally greatly increase both their
defensive and offensive capabili-
ties.
(4> The daily bombardments of
the Egyptian [Kw'.tions have al-
ready begun to affect the morale
of both officers and enlisted men
stationed along the canal. There
are various indications of serious
battle-weariness among the units
exposed daily to Israeli air attacks,
and the effects of it have begun
to show: the fire of the hundreds
of heavy artillery pieces aimed at
Israeli positions is now less inten-
sive, less determined and less exact
than it was a few months ago.
Once the Israeli planes stop their
counter-attacks, the Egyptian
troops will be able to recuperate
and the Egyptian command will be
able to rotate or refresh the worst
affected units.
(5) Freed of the need to respond
to immediate Israel action, Cairo
will have a chance to reorganize
both the front-line and the second-
line behind it and arrange the
necessary logistic changes. The
Egyptians will be in a. position to
implement any changes urged by
their Soviet "advisers" on the l>asis
of their experience from the long
months of fighting.
Naturally, one may ask: "Has it
not been made clear by the U.S.,
by including in the cease-fire pro-
vision in the Rogers' proposals,
that each party should be safe-
guarded against the misuse of the
trace to change substantially the
military balance in its favor? If
Egypt can derive the above-men-
tioned benefits from the cease-fire,
why can't Israel?
Part of the answer lays in the
cessation of the tension Itself is than on the Israel sid
loot snj gnifioant changes. On
more to the benefit of (he sidi
which is worst hint by battle-
weariness. But. more imp >:-: int
the physical conditions make it
It is no sec.-et th::t Israel is the othci side, however, the entire
'iniiiinu the c inal front w II h
fraction of the personnel and
equipment deployed by the Egj p-
much more difficult to supervise I ,i:ms _\ few observers mak
efficiently the maintenance of the! egnlar inspection visits on the
line is one huge contiguous camp.
,viv mor can be hidden than
what :a entl army of inspectors
could disco i'er.
Cease Fire Firm On Israel-Egypt Front
(Continued from Page 1)
were seen swimming in the ca-
nal's muddy waters as Saturday
morning dawned.
Mrs. Meir went on radio and
television Sundav to declare Is-
Locally-Filmed Movie Opens
"Darker Than Amber" which
filmed locally and in the Bahamas
opens Friday at Ihe Carib, Miami.
Twin I and North Dade; holdovers
include "Airport/' at the Miracle,
163rd Street and 27th A We.; "The
Adventurers" at Twin II and By-
ion; "Boatniks" at Palm Springs,
"Getting Straight" in the Park-
way and "A Man Called Horse"
and "A Dream of Kings" on the
Coral Way Drive-In-double-bill.
Rabbi Kipper To Speak
Rabbi Morris L. Kipper, spiritual
leader of Temple Judea of Coral
Gables, was to speak on Israel
at the Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education Thursday at 10 a.m. in
Ihe auditorium of the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Kipper's talk
will be illustrated with slides he
made during his recent tour of the
country. Everyone is welcome.
There is no admission charge.
reel's readiness to maintain all
the provisions of the wase-firi
annngi merit meticulously "on a
basis i ( reciproi Ity," and Its d -
termination to maintain the
status quo at the time of the
coast i
Mr. Alton, Interviewed on the
radio, declared the teas -fire
was i asi d on a wi Itti n aerti -
ment and tore* l had reason to
assume it would noi to exploit-
ed by Egypt, iie reiterated that
Israel was "prepared for terri-
torial compromise, but not at
Hi. c \;.i ns( of its si cir.-ity."
Minister-WrthoutjPortflio Is-
rael Galili, In an interview \ ub-
lished in the newspaper Vediol
Achronot, cautioned Israelis not
to expect peaci t-> come soon.
He said he believed the Arab
guerrilla organizations will everything they can to wreck
the e. asc-fire, and said the Arab
uttitudi continues to be one of
act ivi host ility.
In CSnJro laM weekend, th
Foreifjn Ministry said the cease
lire arrangements were acoept-
uble .'>>l i '- li/.aiit of the swur-
itj of the Egyptian military
Front* as will as l the t>e ni prob Mug other Arab light-
ing Icom'.s. The Ministry said it
ninshtc-ro the way open for th
l-i aeii. ;:lli.|i <)l tile OUBnar V.
I 'iiin:. | nca mission.
1*.N. Secretary General U
Thani's announcement, which
followed, said: "Ambassador
Jarring and r are of the opinion
that then now is a reasonable
basis on which to renew imme-
...: I a contacts with the
parties i-.h a view toward in-
iHating discussions under his
auspice; n Ihe Issues. It maybe
said, thereforei that the Jarring
-:-'(.......v reactivated."

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Friday, August 14, 1975
Bond Conference
Topic: Economy
ABRAHAM ff/V8fG
(Continual from Pa many which will officially mirk
the beginning of construction
for a new oil refinery which
w.li be built with the aid of
I- Bond funds. The refinery
will get its supply of oil from
th- recently-completed 42-inch
pipeline linking Elath on the
Gull of Aqaba with the industri-
al citv of Ashkelon near the
Mediterranean, just a few miles
1 of Ashdod.
Plans call for an extension 1
be constructed from Ashkelon I >
Aabdod making the refinery a
inuf of the pipeline, which
is already in use. Tankers berth-
ed at Elath are unloading oil
which is being pumped to Askel-
on lor trans-shipment to Euro-
pean markets as well as to Haita
and its refinery.
The 163-mile pipeline, which
cost a total of S136.000,OfX> and
took eighteen months to com-
plete, was constructed in part
with Israel Bond allocations. It
will carry about 20.000.000 tons
Dl I a year in its first stage,
at a rate of 1.500 tons a hour.
Later, Israel hopes to increase
th- capacity to 60.000.0DO tor.s
an.- ally.
SAMUEL R0THBHG
Sam Missiles
Moved After
Cease-Fire?
(Continued from Page 1)
military positions in the zone.
According to informed sources,
tht- missiles were moved for-
ward on 30 truck! from an area
about 20 miles away irom the
canal.
Tlu -fire is largely based
or. President Nixon's guarantee
that Egypt would not use the
. i to build up its canal-side
installations. If the movement
did take place as reported, the
Israelis would have grounds for
breaking the cease-fire.
Even though it is possible the
SAMs were moved in the hours
just before the cease-fire went
, effect, ami photographed
four hours later by reconnais-
sance planes. American officials
consider it a violation of the
spiritif not the letterof the
agreement.
It was pointed out, however,
that Egypt never formally ac-
cepted the no-buildup under-
standing. It simply refused to
comment or. it. thus neither ac-
cepting nor refecting it.
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Egypt's representative in Mew
York, meanwhile, was said to be
insisting on Israel's withdrawal
fiom the occupied territories as
a condition to the start of ne-
gotiators. His position was seen
aa a;> Egyptian effort to pacify
the opposing Arab groups.
Meanwhile, offi.rals in Jordan
have sent word o L'.N. s]
envoy Gunnar V. Jarring that
they feel the Middle East peac?
talks should be h! York City, authoritative sources
said. The reason for th ir pi
erenoe was not r vealcd, how-
ever.
Gec-.ge Gershwin Lodge, Knights cf Pythias, donated S3.
support Variety Children's Indigent Care Program In its
Outpatient Clinics. Accepting the check from Sol Silve
treasurer .right; is hospital board member Edward J. [' >
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Knights of Pythias Charity Foundation, and Oscar Kanl
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Friday- August 14 1970
^Jewist Ffcrirfjaw
Pag 9-A
'.i
n^ ^hwartz Retires Agnew Heads List Of VFW's Speakers At 71st Convention
J_/F C/l^ii- m .r in m. \.\^ in v^o VFW,s Space Award Monday. its rvter j. ere
From Israel Bond Post
(ContinueJ from P.i?p 1)
Semitl .....t-jro. Dr.
- a,,:;/ received I loctorate
yal, :,t!!ov'.::-- his gtadua-
; v the Ra I Isaac Ele-
., minary I ti >w Yeshlva
. ,,. yl and :.- r -rvrl a?
I, structor at the American
: In Cairo Egypt, ind
Hi- faculty if Long bland
; iivi rsity. Prl point-
mt ai director >f European
na for the Joinl Distri-
on I uimitti e in 1 38 Dr.
5 Ihwart was tfreet .1 the
:i of Jew iriti( -
. n.
::, 1945, he was named by
..: i Trim ::. >Avr.iuy
. 1 G Harrison >n a survey
I ;,- splace I >ns camps
the American Zones of Occu-
[ter, Dr. Schwartz was
.-]... Testify before the An-
glo-American Committee of In-
iv oi Palestine.
Aft. ; the war, Or. Schwartz,
?s the overseas chief of thn JDC.
lirected 'he transfer to Israel of |
more than 500000 Jews from '
distressed areas in Europe,
v n-th Africa, and the Middle
East. At the same time, more
than 100,000 Jewish displaced
re helped to emigrate
the Ui ited States, Canada and
Latin America. For his work in
their Ik half, Dr. Schwartz was
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zation.
Four years he was.....-
ed a member of tie Board of
tovei nors of Dr ?psie College for
w and Cognate Learning.
He holds the honorary degree
of Doctor of Humane Letters
from Brandeis and Yeshiva Uni-
versites, and the honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Hebrew Let-
ters from Drops ie College.
In 194fi. the State of Israel
honored Dr. Schwartz for his
role during the period of "ille-
gal immigration" into Palestine,
presenting him with the Illegal
Immigration Silver Medallion,
The same year, ;ie received the
Scopus Award of the Hebrew
University.
In April. 1967, Dr. Schwartz
was elected President of the
Encyclopedia Judaica Research
Foundation: he is also vice
president of Capital for Israel
Inc.
Hr was awarded an honorary
doctorate in March. 1958. at the
first meeting of the Board of
Governors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity that was held on Mt.
Scopus after the reunification
of Jerusak-r.: in 1967.
The State of Israel Bond Is-
sue is the central source of in-
vestment capital for Israel's his-
toric program of economic de-
velopment. Proceeds derived
from the sale of Israel Bonds
are making possible the build-
ing of homes, the growth of in-
dusfy and agriculture, the ex-
pansion of irrigati >:i. the con-
struction of roar's, harbors and
railways, the increase of electric
power, and the exploitation of
natural resources.
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew
heads the list cf six-akers at the
?lst annual convention of the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars in the Fon-
taineblc.au Hotc I. He will address
I he opening session Monday, and
receive the organization's Ameri-
canism Award.
Some 35,000 members of the
V'FVV, its Ladies Auxiliary and
heir guests are expected for tiie
week-long convention. On' <.f its
highlights will be the annual Mil-
lion D I'ar Pageant of Drums
competition, in which some 10,000
young Americans will be com-
piling for national titles. The 12
corps surviving after three days of
preliminary competition will vie
tor the national title Wednesday
evening in the Orange Bowl.
Thousands of persons will view
I lie musical units and marchers in
Tu< sday's annual Military Parade
event in Miami Beach. Forming I
area for the spectacle, which will |
include drum majorettes, floats,
horses, men in VFW uniform and
dozens of bands in addition to
some of America's latest weapons, !
is at Dade Boulevard, Pine Tree
Drive and Prairie Avenue. The 1.5
mile parade route will take the
marchers south on Washington
Avenue past a reviewing stand on
the West side near 18th Street, to
11th Street, where they will dis-
band. The first participants are
scheduled to step off at 6 p.m.
Neil A. Armstrong, first man to
walk on the moon, will receive the
VFW's Space Award Monday; its
J. Edgar Hoover Gold Medal will
be presented to Police Chief Clar-
ence M. Kelley of Kansas City.
Mo. Awards will also be given to
S/Sgt. Edward Marrero of Miami,
i :. i will receive the VFW Armed
Fere; s Award, Kansas Gov. Robi rl
U. Docking and New York labor
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gold medals.
This year's conclave is the thini
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th** inl i depn ssion and '*' lera-
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God
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t- -i ".d child.'
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From l.nikciiiia Society
"Th. Battle Against Leukemia."
, mi Leukemia Soci -*y
Inc's research upon
ol the blood-forming
- no available from the
Dade-Monroe Chapter of the Leu-
am So Homey Robert H.
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profcssionaJ groups. For fur-
thc: nfo matlon about the dim
nd to BtranRe for Its ua, aon-
ad Mr. Dorothy H. Grant, exe-l
cutive dWector, of the chapter.
Tifereth Jacob Registers
Students For Fall Classes
Registration i< now ir. progress
at Tdmi li Tif< refh Jacob for Fall
(tasscs in its religious schools. The
Hebrew School classes arc sched-1
Uted to begia hi 4 p.m. Monday.
Aug. 31; thi Sunday School's first
ssiofi .-.ill be held at 9:30 a.m. .
Sept. t;.
Th' >1 the temple, which 1
is Iccat d at O.il EL 4th Ave., Hia-
li ah. will \>c opan from 9 a.m. to
I p.m. Monday through Friday.
: .;]! Suii'iny from 9:30 until
II a.m.
B.v KAI'.KI SAMUEL 4. FOX
Why i> it eustomary in v>nv>
.'i i- > in isnaej to ><>un she far on Friday afternoon?
We know that in the days of the
Talmudic :. the shofar was blown
-\ times late Friday uternooii to
innounce publicly tiiat the Sab-
b I' :i was about to arrive. ( Vferu-
shaimi, Shabbos, Chapter 15.)
They ictually btow the shofar
six times. The tint was a signal
for toe f irmera in the outlying dis-
tricts Th second was a signal for
the shops and stores in the cities.
The trrir i was a reminder to all
people to have everything ready
for thi Sibbath. Th*> last three
note.- of the shofar were blown
together to mnorir.ee that the sab-
bath was actually started.
In the days of the temple in
Jerusalem, there were additional
notes of the shof.tr blown instruct-
iag the people to lay aside their
labors to announce the departure
of the weekday. A fourteenth cen-
tury rabbinical authority reports
th-u the six blasts of the shofar
were sounded in European com-
munltles on Friday afternoons for
the same purpose. This tradition
was reinstituted in Tel Aviv.
It Is to be noted that announ-
cements of public concern were
usually pn.claimed by blowing the
shofar i- okien times. Ir. the Bible
and the Talmud, commenting on
the Bible, the shofar was used on
every important historic occasion.
such as the revelation of the Torah
at Mt. Sinai and the conquest of
Jericho.
Using the shofar to announce
the Sabbath thus ties together the
Sabbath with the historic events
with the people of Israel. It also
declares every Safbbath to be an
event >f historical importance in
the fe >>f the Jew.
Five Temple Israel Religious
School grades will attend classes
in a nature setting without walls
this year, it has been announced.
, as the school-camping program be-
gun two years ago as a pilot pro-
gram in the senior high depart-
ment continues to expand.
Students in the seventh through
the twelfth grades will attend
weekend sessions at retreat sites
during the school year, which be-
gins Sept. 12, according to Jacob
G. Bornstetn. who is in his 18th
year as director of the 900-student
school at the Reform Jewish con-
gregation.
"The program has proved i's
value on several levels," Cantor
Bornstein reported. "Sharing a
weekend together, beginning with
a traditional Sabbath eve dinner
and Friday night service, creates
a spirit of closeness which it is not
possible to get during the regular
one-morning-a-wivk schedule. We
; have noted the development of a
class spirit which was not evident
in the past.
"In addition." he pointed out.
"the number of hours availalbe for
: teachers and students to work on
the curriculum in a concentrated
: three-day period is about equal to
half the regular class time. While
' 'the more time the better' isn't al-
way true in education, under these
i particular circumstances we are
convinced that these hours are
among the best our young people
have i v. r had during eheh n lig.
ious education experk net-."
Cantor Bornstein s;m,I h" will
continue to experiment with an-
. 'her program which had some
I success in its initial stages ast
ear will n a volunteer class spenl
most <( Its school timi studying
American Jewish hlstorj and Old
World e istoms In the unique South
Beach area, where many of the
immigrants ol thi eari; pai ol
lhi i enl "-. ]j\ ginal
so iree mati rial throt
discussions with th.se older Jews
k!i d not oi
! format! n. 1 I mat y ntirm ntal
xperii n ging
11 mi! the report*
he said.
In pi i
school year, thi i I )
cia lists 1 -. -
ultj will part ici a) eli
Aug. 29-30, wl
woi kshop In ci tech-
, niques cone! Dr. Waiter
Zand and Dr. Normal
Doctors To B<" Retried
BONN fJTAl The West
German Supreme Cot rl has or-
; dcred a n Uial for r-: i man
. physicians acquitted I yean
ago on charges <>; com] Hcitj in
Nazi mi rcy killi !>-
i ton were accusi d ol arti pat-
in-.- in the 1940 gassinf BJQOQ
mental ii<. ; cth i -
QUOTABLE QUOTES
highest decree of charity ,-
to aid s man in want by offering
him a gift or a loan, by entering
irto pftrtnershlp with him. or by
providirta -^vk f->-- him. so that he
mas become sell-supporting."
V- -'ei'r'es.
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CANDLEIIGHT1NG TIME
12 AB 7:37
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Va-Ethanan
VA-ETHANANAfter Moses had r, v: wi d thi eveaU thai
had taken place from the time the Israel!;, v .. :, ; ,
moment they stood on the frontiers of Canaan. h urfffd Uh
Ieople to obey and carry out the Covenant between them a (d
God.
Moses said: "Now, O Israel, hearken to th. rules which I
teach you, and obey them; for they will prove your wist
understanding in the eyes of the peoples. Tell your chikln n and
your Children's children how you stood before the I>rri :
Sinai, for the Lord made the Ten (' imnu ndments ta i .....
on that day."
Moses then continued with the great declaration which wi
know as the Shema. the confession ..I belief in the iq
"Hear. O Israel: the Lord our God. the Lord is On-. Al <: you
shall love the Lord with all your heart and all your soul and all
your might. And these words shall be upon yom hi i i
shall teach them to your children. And yon shell tine
sign upon your hand, and they shall be tor frontlets hetwe.
your eyes (Tefillin). And you shall write them iflMN -;r-
posts of your house and upon your gates (Moaua
Deuteronomy 3:23; 7:11.
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ANHK EVE;. 2SS3 S*V *9th Ave
Co*lerV*>v*- Ctc* &? Pwilt
BETH AM :'i'*_E.. 19'SC N Ken-
Call Cr i 9 in> Reform. RtD> j
Kyrr "^ 3|
f :.- l iiion
fluraia "DBw Man No^d Ijw.'
li. MiizVah: IV.t..ir. >ri of \ir. and
Aii- Srymoar I'ln^rr. Kollow^d by j
Kfddunh.
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BETH O'Vi;. IS2S GW 3rd Ave.
CoroervaSyc ^p^b. el i_ciw
Canter WiA.ar-, A- Lron. '
'- 1*1 .: It
lor. '. v I..fill '
Ract e. 7:45 pj Mil ^
BETri E_ &0uSe -TtH'Ave." OMfio-
nK. Rabbi st:'~.f <* t .-. .i
n
BETH KODESH ":-. SW 1?th Ave.
Meeern '.iM t hi Man
Shac-ro. Caater Ben D.ckson 6
T.'-.^..; ..I .-an>'-
"In ;
-' 1
.-. pbioi >" Kot-
e
Oil '....:-. '- :. T
Mttavah 79 j"ean i-
BETH TOV tTeitlf \: M3f SW 1ti
St. Conaervat v- PJBUlii S.tv.n
Ap'il. Canter S-.-tur H.nmea I
S*ridaL] tt.iri.
.ISRAEL fTemplel 0=; GREATER
Mia-ni. "7 NE -- St Retorm. K
Katci Jcieph R NarfC
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2;th
St Conservative. R*bbi ATrerf. L.*
Orailn Canter Nathan Parnass. 11
J>-riam. OR OLOM (TEIVTRLE). 8755 SvV 16th
St. Ceneervative. RaBbt Ralph G'.x-
nif-.. Cantor Benjamtn Ben Art 13
*"
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative
14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative. |
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15 i
Kri'i;i> 7:'.'. n.m. Haturdagai S!IS a.m..
liar MHawaii: David Salhanlclfc Kol-
k.w%^ b> .. Ktdduhh.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Ric**nd S. BrowtJy.
N0TM*MiAM(
BETH MOSHa CONV.HEGATION
"JtOO W Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
F.baBi JOteph A. OWIowaot, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMt BEACH
AGVOaTH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthod#x. Rabbi lease Ever. 171
HTH nAtL. 770>4eh St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Ee>el Wein 18 [
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Ortho"o>. Rabbi Srei'aryahu T Swb-. I
shy. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPMAIL (TEMPLE). 1545
jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi !
David Raa6. Cantdr Saul BreeTi 201
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TfON, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
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CUBAN HEBMEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 21
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Avo. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adter.
24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrea
Or.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gmi 2$

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?*
KNESETH ISRAEL. MN Evelld Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Se.f 27
MENORAH (TEirpLE>. 620 75th St.
Conservatfvo. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
own/ Cantor Nreo Feldman 2S
NER lAMtO (rtMKi-t,. dOth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabb. Eugene Labovrbt Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2S
OHEV SHALOM. 70*6 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Pfiineas Weber.
man. 30
SEPHAROnS jEVriSH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabb. Sadi Nahmiaa. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM, 1542.
44 Washington AV. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel 32
NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7S01 E. Treasure Dr..
North Bay Vilttqe. Conservativa
Cantor Leon- Serial. 32-A
NOtrnTHclHaEACM
ADATH YESHUHuN (TEWPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con(
servative. Rabbi M.lton Schiinsk*
Cantor Tiboi- Mses. 33
18801 N. E. 22nd Avenue.Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
Friday S:i:. p.m. Out-si Spenkpr: Ste
HALIANOALI
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
lent 'Ralibi fflsswiit. Ueejow~Sa't'urdi>v VHJ* E c r" Av* ??
10:30 a.m. WMa: 8:30 p.m. Satun .. ,.
HOUTW00D
BETH EL (TE.VPLE) 1351 S Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel jaffe. 45
Frid ty <:!-, p.m. ^: -. h
I'CHjr \>i|i rondui-l -rv...- I. In -
t 8erm nette
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St. Ccneervat.ve Rabbi
Morton Maiavsky. Canter Irving
Gold. 46
Sinai (Templei i?( Johnaon St.
Conservative. Rarr. D*\ d Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilb-aun. 47
MfRAMAR
ISRAEL 'TFWtrLEi (n?c sw s-.,h
St. Concervat.ve. Rari Eiliol J
Wmograd. Canter Atiaham Kcite-.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. -^
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodr-
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 7:4S p.m. Saturday S am 8ar-
mr>n: "A Vision nf Conxnlallon."
CORAl CABLES
JUD?E-M JTEMPLEI. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
""___________ 40
I ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
41
FT. UUOEftOALE POMPAnW BIACW
BTH. 'fRAE- (TEMPLE). 547 E ih,OLO" TEMPLE). 132 SE IMh Ave.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon Conse'vat.vr Rarbi Merrhj A. Skop.
Edvnards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42! ""tor Erneet Sbhreiber 49
EB^v.UREeVorn?R^i0%kXdrdPaM^ M2*t &"**-&*>
Leviton. Can^Je^e 55. & | SSS&'&ABSfc Vine"
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BETH Sf-OLOM 'TEMPLE). 4144
Chase' Ae.> laiberak Rabbi Leon j
K*-mlh. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold '
Lvy. CarHeV David Cerrvieer 21
BETH iFfLO-Ot: 936'Ebefrtf Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- I
sky- a*
"nT
BETH TORAH NE 154th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Raboi Max Lipt
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renxer. 34
B-NAI RAP4-.AEL. idcT NW 183rd S.
Conservative/ Rabbi Ofiarles Ruoel
Cantor Jack Lerner. jg
SINAI (TEMPLtfel- NOATM OAOE
Aor. 16-Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m.- The Ffrsl Qstate
Topic: "Sehool DesecmeBtion"
Guest: Sehool BfeUsl COattraaa HOhnos
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. FSercc
Panelists: Rabbi Morris rfTfJcnr, Tenn
Edwani-Graham, and a repr,.- nM
ATchdjoorse of Miami
Ab 16-Ov 7, 10 a.m.--The St Small Voice
Filmed interview witlt bgo Rostsn,
Joys of Yiddish."
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Friday. August 14 1970
*JcnMi noridlian
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Were There Jewish Generals In The Civil War?
prof. Jacob R. Miircus. director
,,, .' American Jewish Archives
.,', eindnnati's Hebrew Union Col-
[,..,. is frequently asked whether
(here was any Jewish generals to
the Civil War.
A Jew always answers a ques-
iin by asking a question. "What
d0 you mean by general? What
,! you mean by Jew?" he re-
plies.
During the Civil War period
ihere were any Jewish generals in
not only 'd :"1'1 ta4 but Aiso
nvgularlj commissioned and lire-
vetted. The brevel rank, an lion-
A great deal of prejudice against i garian. was always known as a
Jews manifested itself in both the i Jew. He was colonel of the 79th
Union and Confederate armies, and Indiana Infantry when he was bre-
many Jews sought low visibility, i vetted as a brigadier general. Ed-
Under the circumstances some I tvard Salig Salomon, a native of
brave soldiers found that discre- j Schleswig-Hoktein, entered the
tion was the better part of valor, i army as a first Ketrtenant and left
Henry Moses Judah, a West I il fs ta*rffc / ***** "* **
Point graduate and a Mexicani on y 24 yeurs oi ?& and 5*J?2
War hero, was already a brigadier "n,f SLX -vtars '" this co.mtry when
in the early part of the Civil War. '
Despite his good Jewish name, Ju-
dah was only remotely of Jewish
ancestry. His father was an Ilpis-
copal clergyman. His grandfather,
though circumcised, had lived as
,.,l | ;,n officer for gallantry in
..,,;: or for seme spedal meritori-
,)ii< service.
|li ]-, are also, of course, two,
working definitions of Jews. Aj
Christ i n definition of a Jew is
iin,\one concerning whom there is
.-. nee of Jewish origin.
.!.!( I. I lie "-< "v..-.. ----- >.~^^.. ,.w......~ w..v ,,
,,, one, was frequently award-j a Christian. His great grandfather,
.: f- oiif.ntrvr in Michael Judah, of Xoiwalk, Conn.,
had married a Gentile, but lived
as an observant Orthodox Jew.
Prussian-born Col. Jones Fran-
kle of Massachusetts was brevotted
as a brigadier in September. 18G5.
after the war was over. His name
. is obviously a variation of Jonas
\nl the Jewish definition? If a | Kraenkel, and he may have been' jj
man says he is a Jew. if he asso related to the Prussian Jewish phi- JLlTl'VC-lJ I> JlT IIOUC^ i\
~ "eslau'sl _~ -< i-w* 1-1 J
he became an alderman in Chicago.
He distinguished himself for his
heroic conduct at the battles of
ChancellorsviUc, Gettysburg, and
Chattanooga. After the war,
President U.S. Grant appointed
him governor of Washington Ter-
ritory. Salomon was then only 34
years of age. but the President
was partial to war-tirm- offici s
who stood out as successful lead-
ers of men.
Max Einstein, another German
Immigrant) was already a briga-
dier general <>i militia hi Pennsyl-
vania in I860, before the start <>:
the conflict, but fought in the war!
js the colonel of an infantry regi-
ment. Philip J. Joachimsen, a na-|
tive Silesian, was brevet ted briga-
dier general in the New York,
militia by the governor of his
state. Years later he was to be-
come one of the most distinguished
Jews in New York City, an out-
standing communal leader anil
founder of Jewish institutions.
Maj. Leopold Blumenberg of the
Maryland volunteers was wounded
at the Battle of Anliam and was
compelled to retire from aoth '
military service. President And. a
Johnson. Lincoln's successor, is
said to have appointed him a b _
vat brigadier, general of. valusttee -
l.i. Col. Leopold Newman, of I i
';'.-i New York infantry, died ii
Washington hospital Df wounris
[received in battle. Contemporary
tradition has it thai before he ex-
i l>:red. President Lincoln visit I
him and promoted him to the rank
o; brevet brigadier general
As we see, theso Jews who
carved out military careers I ir
themselves in the Civil War period
were Central European in
grants, In Germany and in Austria
bhc Jew was still a second-clasH
citizen. For these new-comers- ~
i mai tial Bense it It i st Am
was indee I the land of onltmil s
oowortunitv.
Southern Bell's 1st
ci-ite^ tnd affiliates with Jews, I lanthropist who endowed Bresli
then he is a Jew.
\\V can now peoeeed to answer
(l,0 question: Were there Jewish
generals in the Civil War?
Tr, -re were al least five of ap-
paivnl Jewish descent. No Jews
were regularly commissioned as
general, bid two Jews, officers on
nctive duty, were given the nomi-
nal rank of brigadier general.
Three are reputed to have been
brevotted as brigadiers, and one
as ii militi'i .brigadier in -1S60.
the year before war was de-
clare.
Therl ms y have been more
i'ene:-.d of fiends .".>f. Jewish back-
ground* but wo will never tie sure.
Jewish Theological Seminary, after
which the present-day Jewish The-
ological Seminary of New York is
closely patterned.
Krankle seems to have lived as
a Christian, and the same is true
Boon For Disabled
The Ladies Auxiliary of Norman
Rruae Brown Post. 174. Jewish
War Veterans, is asking all its
membei-s. friends and neighbors to
publicize a worthwhile project un-
u i,. i. iij, ai.u ^'-> ""
of two other "Jewish" generals.! dertaktn ty Southern Bell Tele-
Frederick Salomon, whose brother
PMward was a wartime governor
of Wisconsin, left the service as a
two-star major general of brevet
rank; Charles Eberhard Salomon,
akso of Wisconsin, attained the
rank of brigadier.'These two gen-
erals, both Prussian-born, were
very likely related and, possibly,
.of ultimate Jewish origin.
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This Week In History
(From the ttlea of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency)
40 Tear* Age- This We*: 1S3
Nathan Razumovsky, an aged
Russian Zionist who had crossed
into China intent on smuggling
himself to Palestine, returned af-
ter three years to obtain funds and
Aa= arrested as a spy.
Austria's Catholic Church auth-
orized marriages bet wet-n Cath-
(i:cs and non-converting Jews.
Rumania's largest synagogue was
destroyed by fire, possibly arson.
Furor greeted the acquittal in
Eucharest of anti-Semitic agitator
Zelea Codreanu.
JTA reported: "If the National
Socialists get control of the Gor-
man government and carry
< ut to the letter their campaign
plans, no Jew will bo permitted
to be a German citizen. The pro-
gram ... led bv Adolf Hitler,
himself not a citizen of Germany,
calls for a national program to de-
prive the Jews of citizenship or to
rid the country of them entirely."
Maurice Schwartz, charging his
Yiddish Art Theater of New York
closed "because of the high rent-
als and lack of adequate support
for the great Jewish community."
vowed not to return without being
guaranteed a fully financed the-
ater.
The Jewish Agency said Pales-
tine's 172.000 Jews were 20 per-
cent of the population.
10 Years Ago this Week: 1960
Dr. Abe Silvcrstein, director of
NASA's space flights, was lauded
in the successful launch of Echo I.
Premier David Ben-Gurion urg-
ed increased Israeli aid to unde-
veloped nations, "not as charity
but as an obligation."
Valentin Ivanov, first secretary
of the Soviet Embassy in Wash-
ington, was ordered to leave the
country following FBI charges he
paid an American Nazi 'substan-
tial" money pending the latter's
getting a government job.
The American Jewish Congress
opposed a "religious preference"
question on the New Jersey Boy
Scouts application.
Ex-SS officer Herbert Cukurs.
charged with 32.000 deaths in
Riga, said. "I cannot deny that I
killed several Jews."
West Germany created a com-
Kramarz To Show Film
Htnry Kramarz. official press
photographer of the Jewish War
Veterans, will show a travelogue
on Israel at the general meeting to
be held Wednesday by Single Par-
ents of Miami Beach. Single per-
sons, including the widowed or di-
vorced between the ages of 25 and
48 are invited to attend; the meet-
ing will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1133 Normandy Dr. Interested
persons may contact Audrey Carp
for further details.
mission of scholars and educators
to aid schools' teaching of Nazi
history. The West Berlin Senate
voted $4,694 for the Hebrew Uni-
versity library.
Washington diplomats question-
er Secretary Dag Hammarskjold's
sending of 500 Egyptian troops to
the Congo.
Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft
Benson reported Israel had a "re-
markably high standard of living"
and was a "growing and dynamic
nation which must be visited to be
fully believed and appreciated."
Presidential candidate John F.
Kennedy said "American diplo-
macy must be directed to ending
the (Arabs' >'sta*e of war' in the
Midd'e East, and this undertaking
should have a very high priority
in a Democratic a-tministration."
Scientists Discover Cure For
Scientists at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem have dis-
covered a cure for the epidemic
virus disease which kills nearly
100C of the poultry flocks infect-
ed, it has been announced. In Is-
rael alone, chicken farmers suf-
fered a loss cf $6,000,000 due to
Newcastle Disease during the past
two years, it was reported.
Prof. Melech Perek, who occu-
pies the Hebrew University Chair
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e^ke off their attack, but were
pursued by the MIC, into the
a r over the canal HseK.
A second episode involving
P.usSi.u. Pilots over the special
mbat zone then occurred on
S, 21 This time. Egyptian
MlG-lls were sent in t0 bmb
Se little Israeli strong points
of the Bar-Lev Line, on the
braell bank of the canal. Air
,;..,, for the MIG-lTs was pro-
\ ded by Russians flying MIG-
2U over the middle of the spec-
ial combat zone on the canal s
I Egyptian bank.
The MIC-17S were intercepted
and pursued by Israeli fighters.
T -. 'dogfteht was at very low
-il'itude, and the pursuing 18-
,;';, and fleeing Egyptians
were inextricably intermixed
The Russians flying: air cover
,: mpted interception of tho
II planes, but got nowhere
because of the danger of shooting
n the Egyptian MIG-17s. In
both episodes, finally, the Rus-
. ns were easily identifiable.
, thev spoke only Russian
with one another and their air-
ground controller.
Superficially, the whole story
of the new Russian air pressure
on Israel may seem encouraging
'because of the overall ineffec-
tiveness of the Russians against
the brilliant flyers. For this rea-
son, after the disastrous combat
of Aug. 2, the Soviet air force
commander, Air Marshal Pavel
S. Kutakhov, flew immediately
to Cairo to review the situation.
As a result of the review, the
direct Russian air threat to the
Israelis seems to have been tem-
porarily interruDted.
The poor Russian showing to
date is not surprising either. It
was indeed conditionally pre-
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months ago by the chief of the
Israe'i air staff. Gen. Mordecai
Hod. He pointed out that the So-
viet air force did badly in World
War II, has never been in com-
bat since and was responsible
for the very bad tactics taught
to the unlucky Egyptian flyers.
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the beginning. But the trouble
is, they are so many and we are
so few for the long pull."
That obvious fact plus the
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Ovr Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
A Suspense Drama
With A Message
Bask ILLY, director Richard
. iys; the Hi ids!,
10 Rill P :<" la an
ly tense at d exciting sus-
. v. ith c laractei that
.....1 elerm nta that hor-
rify I tut wrapped up in the en-
tertainment is a shattering state*
ment, a powerful message he
hop will give audiem 1 son* thing to think about.
Mr. Fleischer sees "1 RUUngton Plait-" as a very
speoku in cum.m against capital punishment.
Mr. K iseivr. hiins.lt an abolitionist, believes
taking a human's life as punishment cannot be jus-
tifies uwsra any circumstances. Innocent persona
are certain to lose their lives, he points out. What
makes this film, the factual account of events lead*
ing up 1" the i953 hanging of John Reginald Christie
after he hsM admitted ih. maiden of at i. aat eight
women, is the fact that three years before he was
caught, Christie was the chief prosecution witness
at the tiiil of Timothy John Evans, who was exe-
cuted for murders Christie had committed.
Mr. I-' Ischer's forte is "films about the human
condition ami the human mimi." He dealt with a
common 1 riminal uln.se conscience was aroused by
a religious experience in "Barabbas." Mis film "The
Boston Strangler" examined the psychological per-
sonality of multiple-murderer Albert He Salvo, and
in "Compulsion" he < Ihninated ah n ferencc to race
and religion, shewing Leopold and Loeb as two kids
who murdered for kicks, and to show their superi-
ority. Th- director admits that his preoccupation
with aberrant personalities-stem* from his student
days. He studied for a career as a psychiatrist at
Brown University.
Killers such as Christie and De Salvo murdered
compulsively. Mr. Fleischer pointed out. While the
things they did were hideous, liny couldn't help
themsehi s. The state, on the otln r hand, goes about
its killinv in a very calm, deliberate way. "When
the audience leaves the theatre." in- said. "I want
them to take with tlu'-m the feeling that there must
be a better way to deal with homicide that the
death penalty itself is murder."
Oscar-winning screen w ritcr Edward Anhalt has
Written the scenario tor the film with which Mr.
Fleischer hop. s to continue his crn.saiJc against cap-
ital punishment. Another psychological characteri-
zation, it will be based on the Sacco-Vimzcfti case.
Mr. Fleischer, a graduate ol Yale's drama class.
is the son of a devoted film maker Max Fleischer
was .1 pioneer producer of animate.1 cartoons.


BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
.
Israel Inside Outr
IJOW THAT Til*; FLOOD of books
~ recounting the details of the Six-
War has abated somewhat, we seem
about to lie inundated again. This time,
however, the deluge is ennsed by the
American Jewish expatriates who have
made their aliyah and feel impelled to
reveal every Jot and tittle of their ex-
periences;
The latest ol this crop to reach us is Israel Inside Out
by Herbdrt Giduld t Abelard-Schunian. $5.951 which ap-
pears to have been written prior to 1967. The author, a
former Detroit engineer, writes with tongue in cheek, and
has compiled about 80 vignettes, each of which averages
one and a half pages. To the credit of these new Iwoks
"l KDOSing" Israel, no attempt is made to whitewash as-
pects of life involving such thin..- is restaurants, bureau-
cracy, shopping, "Vespa Virgins" (you will have to read
the book to find out what this means 1. anil an assortment
of other places and events that confront olim. The author
:ind his wife, both of whom wen- Orthodox and Zionist
bred, Visited Israel in 1959. and a'terwnrds decided to
move there, where he was assured of employment.
If you are not aware of the | cuiiaritics and frustra-
tions of life in Israel, much of the liook will be without
meaning. But if you have more knowledge of the country
than one can acquire as a two-week tourist, or if you
have friends or relatives there who have no! hesitated to
speak frankly about life and conditions there, you will
find a certain measure of humor in this whimsical book.
The uninformed will raise puzzled eyebrows, but the
knowledgeable will smile with understanding at the fasL-
changing scenes depicted by the author.
CAPITAL COMMENT
by Sam Lipski
Classic Case Of Wishful Thinking

IF THE MISTAKES and bad
' gu -- American policy plan-
. naking regarding Rus-
In the Middle East
arc ad. 1 : som of tin' other
ow held here
> 11 ishchev, a
h r sorry even alarming
-
How could o: 1' power be SO wrong about
the fundamental tion of the other? The most
immediate and risible testimony to this failure of
judgment is the presence of Russian pilots, anti-
aircraft gunners. trLssiie technicians and military
advisers in Egypt. Now t :at "very Intelligence sum-
mary brings re;H>rts of Russian harassment of the
U.S. Sixth Fleet, ot course, White House advisers
are warning cf the threat to Europe's oil supplies,
ti\e pressures on moderate Arab governments and
major shifts in the balance of DOWatC around the
"Soviet lake."
All this is independent of the threat to Israel's
existence, but it has coin-- into focus because of
the Arab-Israeli conflict. The question is: Why did
it lake so long for American analysts to accept the
views on Russian strategy so accurately outlined by
Israeli analysts immediately after the Six-Day War?
Though it is true the Nixon Administration's con-
cern with Vietnam and Cambodia distracted its at-
tention from serious developments in the Middle
East, it now seems cl -ar that it goes deeper than
thai thai som- assumptions regarding the Soviet
Union were totally false.
The White House has admitted Russia's sending
pilots and missiles to Egypt was unexpected. Mos-
cow's unwillingness to persuade Hanoi to talk p. .
was also .- surprise. One of the administration's first
diplomatic initiatives was to enlisl Russia's support
in achieving a Vietnam settlement, but afti r a lew
months it became clear help was not forthcoming.
Russian policy has changed verj little lion: its fun-
damental objectives, but the evaluatioi oi H. se ob-
jectives by the wishful thinkers of the Wesl has
eha: 'in hard-headed realism to rationaliza-
tion in search of detente.
A classic example ot this wishful thinking is the
view that so long as the Soviet Union is embroiled
in a dispute with China it will be unwilling to take
risky military initiatives elsewhere. It now seems
clear the Soviets' expansionist aggressive stance is
as much because of their dispute with China as any-
thing else. Using conventional military strength
especially a massively built-up navy, the USSR has
become a global military power for the first time in
history, and the push into the Middle East is mils
part of the wider strategy.
One leading authority warns: "Soviet policy is
unremittingly dynamic. It is not directed towards
achieving equilibrium, balance of forces, peace, col-
lective security or certain specific concrete objec-
tives. Its ultimate aim is 'victory' which means
Communist rule on a world scale."
Russian diplomatic moves and military interven-
tion are both aimed at extending Soviet influence
and power throughout the Middle East an aim
backed by the presence of land, air and naval forces
in strength. Israel stands in the way of the achieve-
ment of Unit objective, and Moscow is prepared to
use any meansdiplomatic or military to get her
out of its way.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Israel Makes A Difficult Choice
ISRAEL'S COALITION government,
" bringing all the major political
points of view from extreme right to
extreme Kft -together in one Cabinet,
has served the country' welt It has
assured the government of support for
practically all its policies, without the
nagging and needling of opposition par-
ties who must oppose on principle.
But the coalition began to show the strain. Issues
w i.- raised which tested its points of tolerance. One of
the recent tests was the religious issue; other critical
issues have been the question of Jewish settlement ol tr
occupied areas, relations with Russia and the United
States, border reaction, and peace, gestures have all had a
share in pushing the Cabinet toward the showdown.
Critics charged that the Cabinet was too largo to
function effectively. Witii 24 members, it was one-fifth
the size of the Knesset. And the broad spectrum of di-
verse opinion containid a built-in fault it neutralized
policy decisions, for it is difficult to adopt any striking
new line of attack if everyone must agree on it. Israel's
failure to come up with a clear, unequivocal and decisive
peace plan is blamed on this need to satisfy all partners.
It was foreseen that Gahal. the second most powerful
party in thr nation, would withdraw from the govern-
ment if any policy was adopted which used the word
"withdraw" in any form whatever. On the other hand.
Mapam. the most dovish element, was strongly opposed
to any decision which would seem to commit Israel to
continued occupation. Technically Mapam. a member of
the Coalition, was entitled to Cabinet jiosts. but more
than seven months after the election, the party had- not
got around to nominating its Ministry heads.
The effect of "non-leadership" on the smooth opera-
tion of important government departments can be easily
imagined. But the policy of one foot in. one foot out gave
Mapam the privilege of exercising its indepdence and
retaining a certain freedom from coalition discipline.
The broad gamut of political, diplomatic, social and
religious views found in the Cabinet has occasionally re-
sulted in the issuance of policy statements by individual
Ministers which did not represent the government point
of viewin fact some were in direct conflict with state-
ments issued by other Ministers about the same time. It
is little wonder that foreign observers were sometimes
puzzled as to what the government policy really was.
The decision the leaders of Israel faced was whether
it was better to maintain a wall-to-wall coalition and
keep the semblance of national unity and harmony even
at the cost of neutralizing decisive actionor to opt for
a firm and decisive policy which would command at least
majority support. Domestic harmony resulting in inaction
or bold decision leading to internal conflict. That Was
the difficult choice made by the Golda Meir government.
1
.....

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SECAl
Progress In Spite of Dissent
N
O MATTER what the weather
ike outside, sharp winds
laden with hostility towards Jews
still blow from without, and occa-
sional gales tear at the web of
Jewish unity from within. The
winds from without are not the
prime topic here, however. The
internal Jewish unrest is.
The 250 delegates at the recent plenum of the
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory
Council in Cleveland represented nine large na-
tional Jewish organizations and 85 local community
relations councils. Representatives of one segment
of the Jewish community dissented from the tradi-
tional stand opposing government aid for private
religious schools. This group, naturally did not go
along with the majority in crticizing the proposed
"voucher system" of aid to education which would
make grants to parents and leave it up to the
fathers and mothers where to spend the "school
stamps."
A handful of delegates expressed grave doubts
regarding the efforts made by some community re-
lations agencies to fight poverty, oi>cn up more job
opportunities for blacks or insist on due process of
law for everybody in the United States.
The delegates did not see eye to eye on the dif-
ference between civilian volunteer patrols under po-
lice auspices awl thme operating without police su-
pervision in troubled city areas, either.
Another deep and rather bitter cleavage was re-
jected by those concerned with the propriety or im-
propriety of stands taken by certain organizations
in opposition to the administration's policy in Cam-
bodia and Vietnam.
Yet despite these differences and the passions
attending their expression, the fact that the Na-
tional Jewish Community Relations Advisory Coun-
cil is stronger than ever in |>oint of service to the
Jewish community, in ability to develop sound com-
munity relations programs that stand the test of
time, and in a fascinating magnetism which attracts
thoughtful people dedicated to the goals inherent in
the common cause of America's 6,000,000 Jews is
surely an unparalleled accomplishment.



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Fritkry, August 14 1970
JewfeJ. fhrlrttctn
Page 15- H
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGai. NUiltE

lilli
", '.uc COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN,N AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
' FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2632
GEORGE T. CLARK
i i*k hletate of
K.AtKKT I.Eo.VGOLIIB
""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tp Ml Creditors and All Person* Hav-
.' ii.m- Demands Against Said
''"v'.u are hereby notified and required
.......,i mi) claims and demands
. |. >oU may have against the es-
,.f itoilKUT LEON OOLCB de-
..,.,1 i......i Dade I'uuniy, Florida,
Hi.- County .Judges of Dade County,
,n ipiviilcd in Section 7EL16, Florida
Statute*, in their offices hi the. County
iv.urt house iii Dade County, 1 *" 1> Ida,
within si* calendar months from the
time ot iii Ural publication hereof,
ill- -i"i' "ill bo barred.
i.,i,i ii Miami, Florida, tin* 7th
,1 ..r August, A.I). 1!>70.
BESSIE GOLI.'B
\f Administratrix
First publication of this noiiiu on
Hi, Till da} of August. 1970.
UiijIKRT I.. BI.OOMHICRH
Ait'irn*'} for Administratrix
71; Seybold Building
Miami. Florida :t::i"2
S/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIKCUIT COU'tT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-13122
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HKl.EN A.VTIB,
Plaintiff
\ s
M i:yer ANTIS.
I) rendunl
T I ICO KAT2J
I in:, west iTH street
H VRAWAY APARTMENTS
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Vi>!', MEYER a.ntis. hit hereby
i i ii i| that a Complaint for Divorce
Ii.,s been flloil against you, and you
are required to serve a ropy of your
Ansuer or I'!.-ailing to Ihe Complaint
i,.i ixvorci mi the Plaintiff's attorney,
lioiinld i. Davis, Esq., I'.A.. 417 P.is-
->!!.- Bud.Inn, -19 W Flagler Street,
Miami. Florldn 33130- Phone: J79-2651,
and file iin original Answer or Plead-
ing in ib nfflee of the Clerk of the
Circuit i'-viii on or before the 2ath
i, i Aucust, 1970. If you fall to do
so, judgment hy ilefault will be taken
-.iii-i you for the relief demanded
ii! iii. Complaint for Divorce,
this NOTICE ghnll be published
........ each week for four consecutive
weeks ill Ihe JKWISH FI.OK1D1AN.
DONE AND OJU>KItED at .Miami.
Florida. I his Jlsi day of Julv. 1970.
E II LEATHERMAN, Clerk
'ii-. nil Court. Dade County, Florida
lly: .\. A. IIF.WETT
Deputy Clerk
(Ctrcuil Court Seal)
7 84-21 i 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHBBY GIVEN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage
in husho-ss under the fictitious name
of KAY MAI1T CABLNETKY IN-
TERNATIONAL at 129 W. 2!Hh St.,
Ilialeah, Fla. Intend to register said
name with Ihe clerk of he Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ADULPO E. MARTINEZ and
ILDELFONSO R ALVAREZ,
owners
8/14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IJKUMAN CLOCK CO. (not In-
corporated) at IM N.E. 167 Street,
Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Joseph l.o-i.inan
Hole owner
7/81-8/7,14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2584
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM KING.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Vou are heMby notified and re-
quired to prevent any claims anil de-
mands which y>u may have against
siale ot WILLIAM KING de-
i eased late of Hade County, Florida,
m the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provldod In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in Ihi'ir offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dude County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
Ihe time of the first publication here-
:. or the same will be barred.
Dated nt .Miami. Florida, this B*th
day nt July. A.l>. 19711.
WILLIAM KINO, JR.
As Administrator
I'itst publication of this notice on
'Mi 24th day of Julv. 1970.
SIMON. HAYS & liKlXDWERG
Attorney for Estate
"1 Alnsley Building
-Miami. Florida 33132
7/24-31 8/7-14
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA
CASE NO. 70.13115
NOTICE OF 6UIT aY PUBLICATION
AKISTEDES SARAS
I'KJtKZ RUE},
Plaintiff,
vs.
GI/>RIA PEREZ,
.Defendant. ,
TO: GLORIA PEREZ
1WM6 Flax tun, Street
Culver, City, California
You are notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed aguinst
you, and you are required to serve
a copy of your answer or pleading
to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney Sam W. Kleinfeld. 19 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida SS1S0,
and file the original answer or plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
above Court on or before August 21,
1970.
If you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED this 21st
day of July, 1970 in Miami, Dade
County, Florida.
E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
By: MAKCCEKITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
7/24-31 8.7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13729
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SOPHIE KOSENTHAI.,
Plaintiff.
KALMAN ROSENTHAL,
Defendant.
TO: KALMAN HOSBNTHAI,
2320 Valley Way
Niagara Falls. Ontario, Canada.
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney, harvby
RICHMAN, 420 I.incohi Road, Suite
No. MM Miami Iteach, Florida 33139
and file the original Answer or Pluad-
tng In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Mh
day ef September. 1970. If you fail
to do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of July AD.
1970.
E. B. I-BATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Countv. Florida.
By: 1.. BNBEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HARVEY RICHMAN
4*0 I.incohi Road,
Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-26*1
In RE: Estate of
MINNIE BERK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
1 i'ng Claims or Demands Against Said
1 Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preset:' any laims m' demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MINNIE BERK deceased tote
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, e.nd file
the same, in-duplicate and as provided
in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from, the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will- bo barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 28th
day of July. AD. 1970.
JOSH RBPHfiN
EVE UZAKOW
; ROSE TOUT
,A Bxoeutors
First publication *f this rotiee on
the:7vh day of August, 1970.
JOSH RSPHUN
Attorney fc-r Executors
'.37(1 -Washington-Avr.,
Miami Beach, Fla.
8,'7-34r21-28
. 1
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
Jl I8E ANTONIO HERNANDEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
A DEI.FA HERNANDEZ.
Defendant
TO: ADEI.FA HERNANDEZ
Tl'.'i -Main street
Pawtucket. Rhode (aland
You. ADEI.FA HERNANDEZ, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divot-,, has been riled
against you. and you are reiiuii' -I to
serve a Gapy of your Answer or diall-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on Ihe
Plaintiffs attorney, C1ROVBR Cl-
MENT WE1NSTKIX A STAC BE',!,
P.A., 350 Uncoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 and file the original
Answer or I'll ading in the oli'iei- of
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN 1
ih>- uiiii'-r-i^Hi-il. desiring t" onstage
in business under the fictitious ns a
uf SKINNY BREAD ill UH5 Wash I
ion Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
Intends t" register said name wrfllt
Hi,- Clt-rk of Ihe Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida.
ORKIINAI, IPRJEDMAN'S
II \KEKY. INC,
liu ln,-rl> kin.,, lias
1 :,\ics. ini '
Bj : HAKRY sii:i;i:r-
Preside 111
RICH m:d & C.ROSS
At torncj s for Applicant
B06 I.iii.i.ii. lioad.
Miami Beach, Florida
S I 4 -L'l -L' 9 ''
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVUN I1 it
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
I of FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY at
8/7-14-21 -2
-NOTICE OF-ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, C4V1L ACTION
No. 70-13816
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J K. MURRAY, JR.,
Plaintiff,
vs
ELIZABETH JUNE MURRAY.
Defendant.
TO: ELIZABETH JUNE MURRAY
Residence Unknown
You. EIJZAUBTH JUNE MURRAY
are hereby notified thai a Bill 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 Complain! on the
Plaintiff's attorney, JOSEPH BCH-
M1ER, or, Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach. Florida 33139 and file the
original Answi r or Pleading in the
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 8U1 day of
September, 1970. If you fail to do BO,
judgment by default wid be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four oonaecutlvs weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.oRIDl/. N.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 3!si day of Juiy A.D.
1970.
E. 1! LEATHERMAN, Clerk
cinuii Court, Dade Counts Ii rlda
By: U SNKEDEN
Deiiuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH SOHMIBR. ESQ.
608 Lincoln Road
Miami Buatih, Florida 33139
Attorney lor Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-J8
before the 4th day of S*'ptcmber. B'"".
If you fail 10 (In so, jiiilgnieni by ill- 1 Washiogtnn AveMte, Mlnrol Dead
fault will be taken againsi you tot j Florida intends 10 register -aid nume
the rtlief dumanded in the Bill of, with Ihe Cli-rk of tloi Circuit Court if
Complaint.
This notice shall be published mice
e.-u-h week for four rotuwwnUve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORI 1)1 AN.
DONE AND. ORDERED al Miami;
tbis27th day of July A.D. 197".
E It. EF.ATIIIORMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad,- County. Florida
By: MA'RAEISRTTE KENT
Denuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GKOVBR CIMENT WEINSTEIN &
8TAUBHR, P.A
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 31 s,7-M-;l
NOTICE UNDER FIC I ITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to pnvagc In
business under the fictitious name 01
BOB'S PLACE at 860 N.W. 71 St..
Miami Intends '^i register said ame
with the Clerk of 1I1, Cir.-uii Courl
of Dade County, Florida.
LOUISE DePOREST,
soli owner
Ki:ssl.l-;i{, ROTH, 8HERADSKY .v
BECKBRMAN
a 1 torneys for Ainillcant
1895 B.W. 3rd Am-
Miami. Fla.
7 ::l s 7-14-21
Dam- County. Floriiia.
ORICIN.M. FRJEDMAN'S
BAKERY) INC.
fi'iinerly known us
CAB'S. INC.
By: HAKRY S1BOEL
ITesiileni
RICH .\l:|i* CROSS
AHoriie\s tor Applicant
iii'". Lincoln Koau,
.Miami Reach. Florida
v.-l l."| _;.'., ;. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT OOURT OF TH':
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
.OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD>=
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14258
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIA \ ICTOKIA MANSi .
t'laitniif,
vs
Rl BEN MAN so.
1 li-ieiidaiit.
TO: Itl'BKN MANSo
Ri-sideiii-e I 'nkni'W -i
Vi.u. RI'BICN MANSO,
notified that a Bill of C
Divorce has heen file
and you art 1 quired
m yuur v-i*i' or I
Bill nt Complain) on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
AARON ANSWERS at 1000 N. Miami
Ave., .Miami intends to register said
1 urn- with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LOUIS P. C.RANER,
sole owner
. ________7/31 8 '7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
"I MADA'N KOSHER FOODS at 4,r>r.
1:. Okeechobee Road, Hlaleah, Flor-
ida intends to register said name
w.iHi the Clerk of the Circuit Court
"i Dad.- County, Florida.
A \ I FOODSERVICE, INC.
By: SAMUEL WEISS
I'resident
KOMMBL, ROGERS, I.ORBEK&
SHENKMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
8/7-14-21-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jenist) norkii&fj
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4665
for messenger service
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam"
Of EVITA BEAUTY SALON at 22
N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla. Intends
to register said name with the I'hrk
of the Circuit Court Of Dado Cour-y,
Florida.
Eva Avlla, Owner
7/31 8/7-M-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 70-13766
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PEDRO MESA HERNANDEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
YOLANDA DAI-JA
RUFINA OL1VERA OFARRELL.
Defendant.
TO: YOI-ANDA DALIA RVFINA
OLIVERA O'FARRELL
(Defendant)
Ay Ik mi 18 Height Apt. I
Malansas, Cuba
You, the above-named defendant,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. GROVER
CIMENT WEINSTB1N & STAIBBR.
PA. 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 11th day of September,
1970. If you fall to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of July A.D.
1970.
Bl B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GROVBR CIMENT WEINSTBIN
& STAITBBR, P.A.
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13747
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS GREEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HI'BY GREEN,
Defendant.
TO: RCBY GREEN
Residence Unknown
Vou. RCBY GREEN, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Heading to Ihe
Bill" of Complaint on ih^ Plaintiff's
attorney, JACK L. HERSKoWITZ.
420 Lincoln Road, Suit' 603, Miami
Beach, Florida 88188 and file (he
original -Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or be/ore the S'.h day al
September, 1970.'If you fall to do so.
Judgment by -default will be taken
agaTps) you for .the rein f demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four oonscoutivc weeks
in THE JEWISH .FUJR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, Uiis 30th day of July A.D.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade, Couiv.y, Florida
By: L.. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Baal I
HERSKOWITZ AND
QROSSMAN
420 Lincoln Road. Suit-
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2718
GEORGE T. CLARK
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES BEKGER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Againsl -
Said Estate:
Ynu at-.- hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have ugulusl
1 the estate of CHARLES IIERGEK
! deceased lute of Dade Count), Flor-
ida, to the County Judges il [lade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided 111 Section 7'13,lli,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in 1
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar mouths j
frum the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, 11 23rd
day of July. A.D. l!'7i .
SAI.I.EE /.WICK
CI'.OKCE J. TAI.IAN11FF
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the :tlst day of July. 197".
TALIANOFF AND WALLER
Attorneys for Executor
420 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7 ::i S T-ll-L'l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to 1 ngSS
In business under the fictitious name
01 SATTLELIOHT WHOLESALERS
at 369 N.W. 17ttth Street, North Miami
Beach, Florida intends to register said
nanii- with th.- Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
GI.O-MAR CORP.
By: Herbert OHdtn, Secretary
SHIRLEY WOOI r
Attorney for GLO-MAR CORP.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/7-14-21-2R
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of TERMINAL FABRICS WARE-
HOUSE TERMINAL FABRICS.
TERMINAL FABRIC CO. at 222
N E 68th Street, Miami; 195
West Slh Ave., Hialeah; H99b N.E. 2nd
Ave.. Miami Intends to register said
names with the Cl.Tk ol th. Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
U K-. It FABRICS OO.
By. Benjamin Saewitz. President
FROMRERG, FROMBBRG &
ROTH, P.A.
Suite M-l"2 Hiscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
8/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 62801A (Blanton)
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH WEINER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Aua&nsi
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an\ claims and de-
mands which you may have against 1
the estate of JOSEPH WEINER de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file Ihe same in duplicate and as |
provided in Section 783.16, Florida 1
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 be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida,
day of April. A.D. 1970.
Ethel Kaplan
As Executrix
First publication of this
the 31 st day of July. 1070.
BERNARD It. JAFFB
Attorney for ESTATE OF
JOSEPH WEINER, Dei eased
612 Ainsley Building
Miami, Fla.
7 31 7-14-21
this 16th
.111
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-14439
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALBERT BXCEI.LKN'I',
Plaintiff,
V8
DENISE M. EXCELLENT.
Defendant.
TO: DENISE M. EXCELLENT
Rue Gahard No. :m
Pet ion Ville. Haiti
West Indies
YOUR ARE HEREBY notified thai
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are here-
li\ required to serve a copy of your
answer or Other pleadhlg to the Com-
plaint mi the Plaintiffs atton.ey,
LBSTBR ROGERS, M64 N.W. 17th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 8WBS, and
file the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court, on or before
the nth day of Sent. 1070, or a De-
fault will he entered against you.
E. It I.KATHERMAN
By: C. Goodman
8/14-21-28 9 4
are hi I
mplalnl
Hgnlnsl >- 1
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uling m t e
ie Pluintil
ntlnrney, SIDNEY EFRONSON, i
Al lisle j Building, 11 N.E. 1st -\>
.Miami. Florida, 88182, and file t
ni.in.il Answer or Pleading In I
iffice of the < 'lerk of the Cin u
Courl 011 in before Ihe llth day '
September, I!i7ll. If you fail to do
ludi ..... 1 b) default n ill !' Ink 1
ignlpsl you for ihe rtlief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This 11 an e shall be published 01
. a.-li week for inur con.-'eutivc weeks
in THE JEW ISII rJjHRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mini
Florida, this, f.th dai 01 August, 1970.
H P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Bj MARUrUStlTB KENT
Doom v Clerk
( 11. uit Court Seal) 1
612 Ainsley Building
' Miami. Florida 38132
aii.-rn. \ for Plaintiff
; 11--jl -:s 9 '
NOTICE -.J.*ufc,<
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (J1VI5N tl it
111, undersigned, desiring to eng., '
in business under the fictitious name
of JODI LYNN APARTMENTS St
111150 N.E. 19lh Court, North Mia-
Reach, Florida Intends to regist -
said mime with Ilia Clerk of the C -
cull Court "f Dade County, Florli
SIIIBI.KY GOLDBERG
inn', owner
RICHARD & OKI '88
Aiiiinii-i for
SHIRLEY GOLDBERG
1,11". l,ii.....In Rond
M ami i'i-ai-ii. Florida
T/24-31 S'7
NOTICE OF MC ION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FUR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13915
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
AND
PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAN' = 1
l:i: Petition nt' KA YE I ORI.EW
and i.anny C< iRLEW,
her husha nd,
Tl ': Ronald Mllford vThile
c o ilraily While
I'.o Box 120-A
Richmond Hill, Georgia
You. Ronald milford whit :
are hereby notified that a BUI of Co
plaint for Adoption has Iii ell filed
again.-l you. and yn| mi rciiuircd to;
serve 11 1 p) of yourwitswer or Plead-
ing 10 ihe Bill of Coniplaiat on Hi*
Plaintiff's a 1 torn.y.. KENNETH "-"
ReKANT Suite 229, one Lincoln Rd.
Bldg.. .Miami B.aelV. I'la. 33139 ai i
file ih. original Aieiw.-i or Plcadli g
in tile office of ihe Clerk of Ihe Cli -
cuit Courl mi i.r ii.-tori- the Ith day
Sept., 1970. It you fail to do so, jud- -
nii-iit bj d.-iatili will'he laken ugaii :
you for the relief demanded iii the
I ail of i 'omplaint,
This notice shall he published once
eaeii week for four consecutive week
in THE JEWISH Fl.i iRIDIAN.
DiiNI-: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 'lid day Of August A.D.
1970.
i: II I.KATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad.- County, Florldi
Bj : C. GOODMAN
I icput v Clerk
KENNETH N. ReKANT
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite JL'!., One Lincoln ltd Bldg.
Miami Beach, Fla. 81189
Tel No. :.::x-43l2
__________ 8 7-14-21-28
l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dashing to enuav-
in business under the fictitious name
id OAKLAND INVESTMENT at
KCii Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, e/o Eva Binder intend In
register said name with the clerk
nt th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
f.va BINDER
IDA TUMARKIN
AUDREY SCHNEIDER
MARK 8ILVER8TBIN
120 I.inc.,In Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Applicant
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"iJewislh Floiridian
Cabinet Session Cancelled,
Premier Reports to Knesset
Miami
, Florida Friday, August 14,
1970
Section B
DISTURBING CHANGl IN SOVIET BEHAVIOR
Harsh Facts Must Be Faced
x J
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONAmerica, at
this moment, rather horribly re-
sembles England and France in
the early and middle '30's. The
young are like the Oxford under-
graduates who resolved never
"to bear arms for king and coun-
try." The old are refusing to
face the harsh new Tacts of the
national situation, just as most
l>eople in France and England
refused to face the harsh facts
created by Adolf Hitler.
The prevailing self-delusion is
just a bit more excusable, for
we have no Hitler-figure, nowo-
days, to tell us in plain terms
just where we stand. Our own
situation has changed, in fact,
primarily because Soviet beha-
\ lor has changed quite radically.
And as Soviet behavior was
never all that charming, it baa
been easy to ignore the extreme-
ly dangerous change that has
now occurred.
To begin at the beginning,
the sources of this change in
Soviet behavior are easy to iden-
tify. The Soviets* own situation
h is also changed, for one thing,
simply b cause this country has
now passively surrendered our
former i normous margin in nu-
clear strategic power. That, in
itself, was bound to lead to some
degree of recalculation of risks
in the Kremlin.
Tins has plainly coincided.
h iwever, with another kind of
change, perhaps very profound,
Inside the Soviet itself. Except
for pre-Pearl Harbor Japan, the
s.iviet Union today is in fact
unique among the major na-
tions of the 20th century in the
simple sense that the military
leaders are able to name their
own boss, the defense minister.
The fairly dramatic story of
Marshal Andrei Grochko's ap-
p lintment to lead the defense
ministry was printed, long ago.
in this space. The imp'ications
of that story have also been
stressed before. Yet it cannot
be too often reiterated that when
the military leaders are able to
name their own boss, this can
only mean that the military h's
acquired very great social-politi-
cal leverage.
This alone sets the present-
day Soviet Union quite apirt
from the Soviet Union of Stalin,
and even the Soviet Union of
Khrushchev. To this must be
added the further fact that the
official civilian boss. Leonid
Brezhnev, is a'most ce-tainly
the Soviet marshals- chief ally
on the Presidium, as well as the
prime beneficiary of their im-
portant political support.
If the Joint Chiefs of Staff
were able to impose Gen. Curtis
LeMay as secretary of defense,
and had also played a consid-
erable role in President Nixon's
election, we should naturally ex-
pect a different style of U.S.
policy-making and behavior.
That is about what has happen-
ed in Moscow, and this, no doubt,
is really why Soviet behavior
has changed so disturbingly.
The word "behavior" is used
here because Soviet policy has
always been the maximum of
Soviet power, wherever expan-
sion was possible without undue
risk. In this sense, at least, So-
viet policy has not been modi-
fied at all.
But as the world fir^t saw-
when the wretched Czechoslo-
vaks met their fate, th style
of Soviet pilicy has row be-
come more crassly militaristic.
A drastic recalculation of risks
has obviously been made, too,
partly because of the altered nu-
clear balance. Yet the main be-
havioral change is even more
basic.
In the past, the big. dansfer-
OU8 actions were always taken
in res|x>nse to what looked like
o f I e r e d opportunities. Berlin
looked hopelesslv exnosed, so
Berlin was blockaded. The
United States went In for dis-
armament in 1919. so the Korean
war touched off in 1950. And so
it went, until the rise in |>ower
and influence of the Soviet mar-
shals.
It is one thing, pleas-e remem-
ber, to seize opportunities when
t'oev seem to he offered, free
gratis. But it is quite another
thing to go to work with cold-
blooded calculation, over long
l>eriods of time, to create new
opportunities for the effective
application of military power.
That savors far more mili-
tary planning than civilian poli-
cy-making. And that is the main
change in Soviet behavior which
we now have to face up to.
The long, methodical prep-
aration for the present crunch in
the Middle East has been paral-
leled by the long, methodical pre-
paration for a possible war with
Communist China. The Ameri-
can analysts used to say that it
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to worry about this when the
Soviet divisions on the Chinese
border had passed a total of 30.
This summer, S oviet reinforce-
ment had gone forward apace.
The total of divisions on the
border is now a rock-bottom 35,
with 45 quite probable. More
ominously, the Soviets have just
moved up three of their special
units equipped to fire "Scale-
board" missiles, which have a
500-mile range and nuclear war-
heads.
The "Scaleboards" are made
to order to take out China's nu-
clear c a p a b i 1 i t y. In sum. al-
though none can guess the time
factors, a preventive nuclear at-
tack on China is at least being
considered seriously.
If that is not enough to prove
that a new phase has opened, one
wonden what the needed proof
might be.
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JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's
Prime Minister will report to
the Knesset on the political sit-
uation and the status of the
cease-fire Thursday, but she has
cancelled an extraordinary Cab-
inet session which had been
scheduled in order to discuss its
differences with the U.S. gov-
ernment. The cancellation fol-
lowed an exchange of notes with
the U.S. State Department.
The "mini-crisis" was pro-
voked by the omissions in Dr.
Gunnar V. Jarring's letter to
U.N. Secretary General U Thant
last week which stated the basis
and objectives of the negotia-
tions to be held under his aus-
pices. Since Israel's acceptance
of the American peace plan was
based on certain assurances
from the United States, its fears
regarding the implications of the
Jarring letter were expressed to
the State Department.
State Department officials
reportedly countered that the
important thing is that Egypt
has agreed to talks with Israel,
and any reservations logically
should be raised in the course
of negotiations. Views differed
within the government on this
point, but most Cabinet minis-
tors were said to feel that no
quarrel with the United States
should be provoked at this stage.
The United States has indi-
cated that it does not expect
Israel to repatriate Arab refu-
gees en masse. According to
sources in Jerusalem, the U.S.
government has assured Israel
that it favors compensation for
the refugees but will not sup-
port Arab demands that they
be given a choice of compensa-
tion or return to their former
homes.
Israel s position has been that
the mass repatriation of Pales-
tinian refugees would destroy
the Jewish character of the na-
tion. Washington expects Israel
to do its share to solve the
refugee problem in the context
of an eventual peace agreement,
the sources said, but only on
the basis of the principle that
Israel is a Jewish state.
Arab insistence on repatria-
tion would wreck any peace ac-
cord, officials said, and while Is-
rael government circles support
the principle of compensation, it
is felt that the entire burden
should not fall on Israel. In
their view the payment of com-
pensation should be an interna-
tional undertaking and should
be balanced by payment for
property seized from Jewish cit-
izens of Arab countries.
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Friday. August 14. 1970
AJCommittee To Start
Educational Program
W YORK JTA rhe
m Jewish Committee has
nat it will embark on.
, systematic decude-long educ-
; :ne Ober-
RaW Marc H. Tanenbaum. na-
tional dfeeetor of AJCs In-
l>epartment. made
I nouncement in cjmv-
>i ttw publication of the find-
I -ji AJCs line-by-line compari-
- r> of the I9M and 19TO versions
it- tt of the p2ay. This anai-
>- r-seated that, despite some
mino.- char-sos. the Oberammergau
Psion Play remains fundomen-
>tik> to Jews and Judaism."
Copies of the study were li-
tribu'i'd last ^prim* to thousands
Rcibi Gilbert Kollin. who has
:is5uraed his dunes as Terr.p'.e
Edkebb E s assistant rabbi
.r.-3 to Miami frcrr. 5?".'.ev-.:-:-
Wast., where he has served
.'-r.~<5atk>n Ner Tamid s
.987. Rabbi KoIHe served in
Ankara. Turkey, cs en Ail
"sree chaplain. af:er grad-aa- at.
iron Brooklyn College and the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, and has had wide ex-
perience with young people on
college campuses in carnpina
and United Synagogue Youth
work.
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Canada and Europe. Since
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parsed the play. A Cathol
from Cleveland who is condu-
a tour oi Europe this sUBnsnes
cancelled h* groups reae
at Oberammergau and it *.al them to visit D.>..... -:ead. he
reported.
r>?scribing the American Je
Corr plans fr a continuing
it to ehaace the Ofc?ramrner-
gau Passi.r. Play. R-abhi T?.~
baum Stated: "We are now rre
la'j-Se our analysis of the O**: .--
amnv-rgau p. educat>
document to as terp? ar audience
of potential tourists as we can
possibly reach. If the present re-
spons "of Mioiikti >'- Christ
U a fair indication, mm wffl carry
out this education program od a
continuing basis during the next
dec.*>."
Rabbi Tanenbaum said he
hopeiui that by 1S"S0 as
the mounting Christian ; to*
play. Ob
*-
of anti-S n
-"-

thansa has discontinued
Oberamn
:.
and that a number oi priests
- and C*
teas -
ttti
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Rena I this > ''--
H yourself whel
.; Oberammergau
all t:-.: m said and preached
abou* Jews crucifying Christ and
bearing the guilt of his death upon.
their heads, die not contribute;
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Kiieseth Israel To Begin School Term The Last of August
part merit is being added in con- living. Sabbath preparation and
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eat Kdacaiion. in order that the ntire program at Rivs-tli Israel
tinue his school- which has a long-standing polic)
^ re. of accepting students tuition I
in order to make Jewish education
Castor A. 3afef trains students. avaaafcfc, to a B under tN. ^^
sk and ,u jgion o{ tht. ronl,.,
aaadem Israeli song; Jewish life .
* tawrh* and put into practice as s>u.tual leader, Rabb, Dawd
eiL through a program of daily Lehrfkld.
Registration is now under way
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for the school term wracr.
I the last axek ol
president of the con-
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- are being earoHed wrier th*
ion of Jacot R Mivtaasky
chairman of its E rd of Ejdora-
i scboolmaster Shoiero
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The curriculum at Knesetr. Is-
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> i Vnnual Tack Perlmutter Report Receiyed On Extent Of Nazism In Various Countries
Jil) tl -*-**1 W UNITED NATIONS (JTA) --, Cruz of Chile on the danger of a that the National Democrat
Scholarship Essay Contest
, victor Ament, president of
UiMcafc B'nai EVrith Lodge of
KS has announced that Lodg
|:ind fa,nily and frrds
I Mr- Frances Perlmutter have
CLin cortributed scholarship
f ;;,, a BBYO Essay Contest.
TiH,, the second annual Jack
Iperlmut* r BBYO Essay Contest
i "The Role of Jewish Youth To-
ELV A total Of S225 in cash
Iprizeswiil be awarded to the three
I;.., original essays. Purpose of
Ithe com -' is to memoriaMM Mr.
Iperlmutwr's interest in youth and
[ Jewish i jcatlon.
\p les must be submitted
|to th" BBYO office no later than
Au' :'". The contest is open only
[,, registered BBYO members in
I th.' Miai area.
Chair- .n of the Essay Contest
I for Mace bee Lodge is Dr. Morris
IxHrtch Members of his commit-
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necessary in order to achieve the
goal of $350,000.
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which the Society's vital research,
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Cruz of Chile on the danger of a
revival of Nazism.
"Allegations that Nazi move-
ments exist in various countries -
including Argentina, Australia.
Belgium, the Federal Republic of
Germany, Italy, South Africa,
Sweden, the United Kingdom and
the United States have been
made from time to time," accord-
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possible, to verify. In most in-
stances these movements have
proved to be of minor importance,
functioning outside the law or
even contrary to the law, and
involving a small number of per-
sons," it said.
The study, which focused on re-
ports that a large number of for-
mer Nazis are active in high eche-
lon positions and in responsible
public offices in the Federal Re-
public of Germany, cited statis-
tics provided by the Polish gov-
ernment and by Simon Wiesenthal
the head of the Documentation
Center of Jewish Victims in Vien-
na, of former Nazis active in the
East German government. Tho
study carries a lengthy reply by
the West German government re-
pudiating charges by the Polish
government, also.
The Polish government charged
that tho National Democrat::
Party (NDPi "leaves its imprint
of neo-Nazism and pan-Germ i
chauvinism on West German poli-
tics and public opinion" and that
there are "20 ex-Nazis among th?
Cabinet members and Secretaries
of State, 189 among the generals,
admirals and senior Bundeswehr
officers, 1,100 in the judiciary, 300
in the police, nearly 250 in th>?
foreign Ministry, and 120 in the
top echelons of business."
Thi.* West German government'.*
reply quoted Mr. Wiesenthal's re-
cent disclosures that about 100
professors teaching in the univer-
sities of East Germany already
held professorships during the Nazi
period and pointed out that for-
mer Nazis occupy important po-
sitions in the East German gov-
ernment, the civil service and thu
press. "It is common knowledge
that the NPD did not win a sin-
gle seat in the last elections and
that its membership has been in
steady decline," the government
noted. "One public official helped
Jews to escape Nazi persecution,
one left Germany in 1933 at the
age of 19, two were in concentra-
tion camps, one was jailed for
anti-Nazi activity, and one lost
members of his family in the plot
against Hitler in 1944."
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Friday. August 14, 197*1
Great Neck Residents
Fight Interf aith Center
GREAT NECK, N.Y planned youth center under inter-
l.iith sponsorship, envisioned as a
means to keep Great Neck area
children from drug use, is threat-
ened by opposition of local resi-
dents who are fighting a zoning
variance needed to open the pro-
posed center.
Rabbi Jerome L. Davidson of
Temple Beth-El, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the Great
Neck Association of Ministers,
Priests and Rabbis found a suit-
.i l#le property and raised 570,000 at
one community meeting for it.
The building for the proposed cen-
ter currently houses a public li-
brary scheduled to be moved to a
different site.
A pervasive drug problem afong
the youth of the affluent Great
Neck area led the intorfaith asso-
ciation to name a committee to
<-ombatting the problem. The com-
mtfetee got help from the depart-
ment of intorfaith activities of the
Reform Union of American He-
brew Congregations.
After meetings with state, com-
munity and medical .authorities,
the committee decided to ask the
high -chool students themselves on
how the community could best help
them from getting involved in
drugs. The youngsters, stressing
the mod for a program of preven-
tion, suggested a youth center. The
library building was purchiwsed for
that UBf and is being re-modelHi
>y rl).. youths themselves. Rabbi
Davidson described the three-story
structure as "a big old house right
in the heart of town, in the mid-
dle of the business area, right off
The main street, Middle Neck
Road."
Asked whether such a youth
center could keep the young peo-
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pie off drugs, Rabbi Davidson told
the JTA that "Drugs are a symp-
tom of the problems kids have. A
lot of them grow out of a sense of
alienation from society, of loneli-
ness, of not being wanted" He
added he had "a great deal of con-
fidence that thus center will pre-
vent them from falling into the
kinds of patterns that lead to drug
abuse. I'm putting my confidence
in the kids." Ho said that there is
now no place for local high school
students to meet "outside of a park
or a pizza parlor."
He reported that officials of sev-
eral high schools here began a
practice of searching long-haired
students suspected of carrying
drugs. In addition, he said, some
of the "elders" of the area devel-
oped and retaina "hard-lin-.1"
attitude toward young people. He
said they had some young people
ejected from an unused storefront
on charges of "iammoral" activi-
ties. He told the JTA the charges
were unfounded, contending that
the youngsters were involved in
nothing more than normal social
activities.
He said the proposed youth cen-
ter would provide the teenagers a
place of their own for social activi-
ties, other than dancing, for which
there is not enough room. He said
he expected that the youngsters
would engage in "a number of cre-
ative things." including crafts, mu-
sic and film-making. He added
there would not be any religious
orientation.
Plans call for a policy-making
board of governors, comprised of
equal numbers of youngsters and
adults. The chairman-elect Ls Har-
ry Wachtel, a New York Jewish
lawyer, who is attorney for the
Martin Luther King Foundation.
Rabbi Davidson, who is vice chair-
man, said he views the proposed
center as "a long-range beginning
to the answer." This view is not
shared by local residents, how-
ever. More than 3C0 have signed
in opposition to the proposed usage
vorinp bv the village zoning
board. No decision is expected be-
fore September, it was indicated.
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"Duty and courage were always
fierce and fiery words. They moved
Moses and David and Ezra and
the Maccabees. And they move
the sons of Israel because they
gave sustenance for the lang endur-
ance required to face a future with
confidence."Herbert A. Fried-
man, Executive Chairman, UJA
The first of a series of events
scheduled by the Women's Divi-
sion of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will be held at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami. 137 NE
19th St., on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Registration for the 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. "Board Institute" designed
lo cover the aims, purposes and
JNF 'Special Assembly'
To Hear Judge Kogaii
More than 500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the Jewish Na-
tional Fund's "Special Assembly"
scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug.
23. in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
They will hear a report on current
happenings in Israel given by an
eyewitnessJudge Zev VV. Kogan,
president of the JNF's Southern
Region, who has been observing
them first-hand.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
Foundation, and Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, who serves as chair-
man of the Executive Committee,
will also report on their activities.
responsibilities involved in serving
on the board of any organization,
institution or agency, will begin at
9:30 a.m.
A panel of community experts
will be featured. Mrs. Burton Le-
\ ey, president, has announced. The
members of the panel will include
John S. Glaser. director Commu-
nity Services, United Fund of Dade
County; Gertrude Kause, Human
Relations Department, University
of Miami, and Harry B. Smith,
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Officers of the Women's Division
will be installed with Myron J.
brodie, assistant executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, serving as the install-
ing officer.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Federation office.
Beth Israel Congregation
announces REGISTRATION for its RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
is open now.
Tuition is free for all grades.
For information and registration, call 538-1251,
or come to BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION,
770 W. 40th Street, Miami Beach, Florida.
An auxiliary High Holiday service at
reasonable ticket prices will be sponsored by the
Synagogue, of demand warrants.
Those interested, please call 538-1251.
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vJenisti HorMfam
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Bv KITH SIRKIS
If we want to fit into our bathing suits of last yoar, we
have to do something about it. We have to give up the ice
en. and other treats duiing the summer months because
of the thick soups, patHtHi and bread we consumed during
the winter season.
Here you will find a reetpe for a satisfying eold drink
which will remind you of the "forbidden" milk-shake, but will
have less calories.
AX "ICK GBEAM" I *:IXK FOR TUK IHKTKR
(! ''ice cubes" made of milk
1/3 cup milk
1 cup of fresh fruit puree
Artificial sweetener to taste
1 Isp. vanilla extract
Pour milk into ice cube tray: freeze. Put six cubes into
the Mender; add milk, sweetener and vanilla, whip together for
,M minutes. Pour into a tall glass, alternating with fruit puree.
Garnish with fruit.
Fruit Pur'>: Put fruit in the blender (strawberries, peaches)
and whip till you haw a thick puree.
Cheese is versatile and good. You can utilize the rntny
varieties in endless ways. Serve it as is or use it in cooking and
baking.
When cheese Ls used for baking, the results are supreme. The
following recipe is for piquant crisp sticks uses two different
cheeses: cream cheese, which makes the sticks flaky and melt-
in-your mouth, and Sharp Cheddar, which adds tanginess and
rich color. The sticks are wonderful fresh, and keep well in a
tightly closed jar.
TANG* CHEESE STICKS
2 cups all-purpose flour
''i cup butter
2 ox. cream cheese
(i OZ. sharp Cheddar cheese
\k teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons eold water
Grate the Cheddar cheese on a fine grater into a medium
bowl; put the flour in a large bowl. Cut butter and cream
cheese into small pieces, add to the flour. Add the salt and
blend the ingredients till they resemble small corn meal with a
pastry-blender, or with your Fingers.
Add the grated cheese and blend it in; sprinkle cold water
over the mixture, form a ball and knead lightly, (if the ball does
not hold, add one or two more tablespoons water. I divide Into
two balls and refrigerate. Pro-heat oven to 450 degrees. When
the oven it hot, take out one ball, roll it out on a lightly floured
-url'aiv to make a roctangl", 8x10 inches. Cut into strips of '-
inch wide, two inches long. Bake 7-9 minutes on ungreased
cookie sheet. Repeat with second ball. (The sticks will be a
golden color when done.) Cool and store.
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A delegation of 32 presidents
and officers of the Miami Beach
Chapter of lladassah. will attend
the four-day National Hadissah
Convention to be held Aug. 16-19
in Washington. D.C.. Mi-s. Sher-
man Fast, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter has announced.
Speakers will include Sen. Hugh
Scott who will talk on "U.S Mid-
east Policy": Sen. Lister Hill and
Dr. William B. Walsh, whoso topic
will be "Medicine A Bridge to
Peace"; Marvin Foldman. director,
Program Development office of
Economic Opportunity through
Community Colleges; Rabbi Irving
Grcenberg, professor at Yeshiva
University, who will talk on "The
Bible Confronts Modern Man";
Stephanie Hoyte. Women's Divis-
ion Job Corps speaking on "How to
Reach Dropouts"; Donald Rums-
feld, director. Office of Economic
j Opportunity, discussing "Poverty
lory, author who will discuss "Israel
j and Prejudice"; and Cleveland Am-
An American's View."
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now prevalent in both countiies,
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Friday, August 14. 1970
Diane Phillips, Fiance
Ted Cohen Tell Plans
The engagement of National
Airlines stewardess Diane Phillips
to Ted Cohen, has been announced
by her parent*, Mr. and Mrs.
; Ah in Phillips of Ogden. Utah.
The bride-elect, who is present-
ly based in Miami, graduated from
Weber High School in Ogden be-
fore becoming associated with the
airline. Her fiance, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Cohen of Miami
Beach, is president of his own
public relations firm. An alumnus
of the U.S. Naval Academy at
Annapolis. Md.. he is active in
politics and civic work.
The couple plans a November
wedding.
Triple Installation, Dedication Is Held By Temple Or Olom
m*j. im v. mm
Margo Goldberg,
Jeff Van Pulver
Exchange Votes
Rabbi Herbert If. Baumgard
conducted 6:30 p.m. candlelight
< remonlei at Temple Beth Am
.r.g which Margo Gwen Gold-
_ and her bridegroom. Jeff Van
7- liver exchanged their nuptial
. Sunday, Aug. 9.
Th'- bride, a graduate of Miami
( '..-al Park High School and
I .'.ami-Dade Junior College South.
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Woody Goldberg. 6101 SW 16th
Ter Her husband, the son of Mr.
end Mrs. Gerald E. Pulver. 1205
iripoaa, graduated from Miami's
netto High School and the New
York Institute of Technology.
't\ attendants were Karen
n. maid of honor, and brides-
r.aids Mona Teitler, Rona Levin
a.Td Kim Gordon. Lance Pulver
rved as best man: ushers were
Mark Goldberg. Elliot Scherker
and Larry Golden.
After a week-long honeymoon in
t be Out Islands, Mr. and Mrs.
Pulver will settle in Woodbury,
L.I.. NY.
DIAMt PHilUPS
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"What the Middle East needs
and what Israel needs is a com-
mitment that she shall not die, ihat
: she shall live, not merely survive
, but shall live in dignity and
: freedom and security and peace."
i Former Vice President Hubert
! H. Humphrey.
JHus
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Temple Or Olom'i recent triple
installation and dedication cere-
monies were under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Murray Kaye. one of
the Sisterhood's vice presidents,
who also is the congregation's
treasurer.
The temple. Brotherhood and
Sisterhood officers and boards of
directors were installed on this
occasion, and the Jerry Himmel-
farb Memorial Library, named for
one of the tempK-'s most dedicated
workers, was formally dedicated
r, a ribbon-cutting ceremony at
'he door of the library- performed
by Joe! and Gary Himmelfarb. the
'ate Mr. Himmelfarbs sons.
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, outgoing
president of the Sisterhood, pre-
sented a plaque to Arthur Primak
cimmemorating his outstanding
s-t i vice to the temple and its Sis-
terhood as well as his preparation
jI the library" during the dedica-
tion ceremonies.
Rabbi Ralph Glixman served as
the installing officer as Dr. Stanley
Eder, temple president, Sam Kess-
j Jer, Brotherhood president, and
i Sisterhood president Mrs. Herbert
! Seltman, took up their new duties.
Temple officers who will be
' working with Dr. Eder during the
coming year are vice presidents
Manuel Merker, Martin Hirsch
and Sam Birnbaum: Louis Fine,
linancial secretary: Mrs. Murray
Kaye. treasurer; Albert Gleiber-
man. recording secretary, and Mrs.
Henry Paul, corresponding secre-
tary.
Brotherhood officers include Er-
1 win Moss and Martin Tell, vice
presidents: Arthur Grossman, re-
cording secretary'; Ernest Topper,
. corresponding secretary; David
Novick. treasurer; Jack Cohen, fi-
nancial secretary; Martin Hirsch,
j parliamentarian, and Berry Clein,
I chaplain.
Sisterhood vice presidents are
: Mrs. Howard Margolis, Mrs. Paul
Berger, Mrs. Murray Kaye, Mrs.
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president of the congregation for the coming year.
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MISTER IS A FATHKR
After nine years someone wanted "Mister" to
be the father of her dog** "children." So now
Mister is the daddy of five littleboy puppies.
Mister is the daddy of five little boy puppies.
and Joste gets her pick of the litter, so she is
..ait iic until she can see which one has the most
rs.nality before she chooses "Mister the Sec-
ond." Our own Selma Thompson of the Jewish
Floridian has a new chihuahua named Su Tu and
l Grove also has an adorable one. My Freud
. showing, howeverI forgot its name.
COMB FOR DINNER
Marcla and Mel Hecht asked grandma Reba
Field to come to dinner. It turned out to be a
surprise party in honor of her 80th birthday.
The champagne, birthday cake and presence of
all her relatives made it a grand celebration. She
was simply overwhelmed. Among the family
surprising her were Mrs. Paul Sobel, Mr. and
Mrs. J Dalton Reis and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Neissner. Little Pamela got to stay up for the
party, but baby Steven was much too new to
stay awake.
A-CAMPING WE WILL GO
All the kids went to their various camps
lost of them in the Carolinas. When the parents
wont up for Parents' Day the kids had a good
time showing off. The parents had a good time
too. I guess: some papas and mamas flew, some
drove. Among the parents who went visiting at
one camp or another were Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Luck, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rubin, Police Chief
Rocky Pomerance and his wife. Hope, the Jules
Slanskys, Sy Howards, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Somerstein, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Haiman and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sturm (I think that they
are grandparents.) This is about the first time in
ten years that David and Jean Miller missed go-
ng to a Parents' Day. Jean said that in Hcndcr-
sonvSHe on Parents' Day you could not tell that
you were not on Lincoln Road!)
There were a few parents that went further
up to Maine, where it's colder. Among them
were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tate. Judge and Mrs.
Donald Barmack, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Roth. Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Gertner, Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Deutch, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guthmann.
There was no Parents' Day at the camp
where Marvin and Barbara Haven send their
four girls. The girls had only been there a couple
of davs when Marvin had to go up to get Robin,
after she broke her leg. So she is home getting
aces .
all of the attention (she is as cute as her mother
was at her age) while the other three girls are
still at camp. One broken leg out of eight isn't
so bad.
CARDS FROM IIKRE AND THERE
Jack and Frances Katzman are in the Holy
Land once more. They say they are heartened
by the fact that people continue to live their
normal lives Frances Oppenheim. daughter
Pauline and her family, (she's the wife of Dr.
Irwin Kurtzack) made their first stop at The
Concord. Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. Then they had
a grand time at many different places for a
month. "Kiamesha Lake" is a name that appeals
to me somehow ... A card from one of my
neighbors to say hello because she didn't say
goodbye before she left. Bess and Sol Hittleman,
who went to a family wedding in New York,
got there in time for all of the parties Dotty
and Leon Kaplan had a great time in Europe,
and only wrote cards to their immediate family
. Harry Morris took a harem with him when
he went to Tokyo. Hong Kong and Bangkok. Be-
sides his wife Dotty, he had his daughters and
one of his daughter's best friends. He took it in
stride and was just wonderful, according to
his whole crew. Dotty says that while the whole
trip was gorgeous, it is unbelievable that we live
in the same world. She'll take the U.S.A. every
time.
"CO.>IE BACK IX TWO MONTHS"
That's what the man said when I went into
Dr. Lester Russin's office. I was really at a
disadvantage, I didn't know what to do. He kept
looking at the x-ray of my ankle and saying that
it was the most beautiful operation he had ever
performed. I didn't know whether he wanted me
to ask him for the x-ray or not. Then he told me
about his wonderful trip to Russia and described
the Russian philosophy as well as his own phi-
losophy (which I like much better*. I was so
engrossed that it didn't occur to me until I was
half-way home that I had forgotten to tell Lester
that my foot hurts when it rains.
LITTLE CLUB AT WESTVIEW
COUNTRY CLUB
Summer time is here and people aren't
so the Little Club was sorta little. But still
there was dinner and dancing and table-hopping.
Among the diners were Mr. and Mrs. John
Serbin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frohman, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Herman.
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Mrs. Sidney Harris, president of Lorber Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Den
ver, and Mrs. Allen Abelson, a past president of the
chapter, (right) display the Fannie B. Lorber Award, one oi
six trophies brought back from the organization's recem
63rd annual convention by the chapter delegates. This
award is in the best-in-chapter category. Other honors were
given for purse increase, highest percentage of purse in
crease and increase in chapter membership, largest attain
ment of life members in the past year and best public in
formation programming.
80th Reunion Held By Legion of Valor
A. Henry Kauffman, Command-
er of Florida's Chapter 25. Legion
of Valor, U.S.A., and his wife were
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Cmdr. Kauffman was named as
Service Officer; Mrs. Kauffman
will be serving as Liaison Officer
of the Ladies of the Legion of
Valor of the United States.
Members of the Legion of Valor,
themselves the recipients of the
Distinguished Service Cross, are
contributing to the defense of this
country by sponsoring the L.O.V.
Bronze Cross for Achievement, a
medal awarded annually to the
lighest ranking cadets at military,
college and high school levels.
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+Jewisii ncric/iar
Friday. August 14, 1970
These Are Not Normal Times For h-
The Members Of Kibbutz Neve Ur
In nominl times work starts at
five H.m. for the members of Kib-
butz Neve Ur in Israel's fertile
Beit Shean Valley, Imt those are
not normal times ami they have
not been normal since before the
1967 war.
In normal times children sleep
in ordinary beds in ordinary rooms.
The MM these ehildren have
been sleeping in since June, 1967
are bomb shelters.
In normal times the sounds of
bazookas or small arms fire are
unknown. These settlers find ':t
umisuaJ not to hear such sounds
daily.
In normal times farmers pet up, j
get dressed ami go out to tend the
fields. These farmers must wait
until the army has searched foi
mines and snipers.
Neve I'r is one of many kiblHitz- j
im in the Beit Shean Valley and!
whal hMpon there is what hap-;
pens at all of them. On a recent >
morning, for example, it was al- J
most nine o'clock before the go;
Yemen is 1,000 miles and 500 years from Israel, but the
age-old problem of anti-Semitic persecution plagued this
Yemenite mother and her children. The Joint Distribution
Committee, which is supported by the United Jewish
Appeal, flew them on the legendary "wings of an eagle"
to modern Israel, where they will have a new life free
from terror and hunger.
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ahead was given to the kil>butz-
njks. They carried lemonade and
cakes for the soldiers who would
drive them to the fields and fish-
ponds. A kibbutznik related the
story:
"As the vehicle made its way
along the dirt road, shots suddenly
rang out. We all took cover on the
ground. There was only one ques-
tion in everyone's mind: 'Do we
go back or will wo l>e able to work
today'?
The officer in charge, a young
lieutenant named Meir, answered
the question: "I-et's see if it devel-
ops." Then came the sound of a
mortar, the return fire, the In
creasing exchange and the crack-
ling voice on the intercom saying:
Withdraw. Come home. With-
draw.' It was to be another day
without any work getting done in
the fields or fishponds. We went
into the shelters and waited."
Unfortunately, his story didn't
end there. In the midst of the shell-
ing a call came in for the kibbutz
mirse. A soldier had been wounded
and was being taken from the
border to the kibbutz. The nurse
and two men prepared the ambu-
lance and drove toward the border,
ii'reking up an army doctor along
the way.
As they moved down the road. I
] they met a half-track coming in
I the other direction with the wound-
i ed soldier. Four of his comrades
I lowered him carefully as the two
j mm In the ambulance got the
stretcher, other first aid equip-
ment and plasma ready. The man's
] head was swathed in bandages wet
I with blood. The young doctor lean*
I ed over the soldier, listened for his
heartbeat, checked his pulse and
his eyes turned to the group. "He's
dead."
Slowly, almost mechanically, the
equipment was returned to the
ambulance, the stretcher was put
back on the half-track and the
I soldiers and civilians headed back.
1
"Another few months and he
I would have been released," one of
I the soldiers said.
Young Aiieh Arharoni has travelled a long road with his
precious Torah. He and his family left Casablanca for
Marseilles, and then on to Tel Aviv. HIAS and JDC, sup-
ported by the United Jewish Appeal, helps them along
every step of the journey to freedom and a new life.
Arieh and his family will learn Hebrew, train for skilled
jobs and become happy, productive citizens of Israel.
Miami Residents At Camp Wohelo, Pa.
NOKBKRT PKKEZ
Norbert. the son of Mr. and j
Mrs. Joseph Perez, 2352 S\V 27th ''
Ln.. and grandson of Mardochie'
Rimokh and the late Nessim Pe- I
rez. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Aug. 15. at Beth David I
Congregation.
Norbert has been a student at i
Beth David one year, and is in He-
brew Grade 3. He is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Jim-!
ior High Suhooii -
The celebrant's parents will host |
a reception in his honor at home. |
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ROBKfcT PLACER
Robert Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Symour Plager. 131 Shore
Drive West. Bay Heights, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at the Israelite
Center on Saturday, Aug. 15.
Robert, a student at the Tem-
ple's Religious School, attends
Shenandoah Junior High School,
where he Ls in the eighth grade.
Robert's grandparents, Mrs. Mil-
dred Freeman and Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Plager. his atmt and
uncle. Dr. and Mrs. Lou Sender,
and great-uncle. Prof. Morris D.
Forkasch. will be among the guests.
ROBERT REED
Robert Harold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Reed. ISeo SW TMtfi
Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Aug. IS. at TornlUe
Or Olom.
Robert is an etgfirh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
School, where he plays tuba and
upright bass in the band.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed will host the
Kiddush on Saturday morning, and
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
as well, in honor of their son.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Ravins of New Jersey and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Schultz.
DAVIO SALHANK'K
Saturday, Aug. 15. David, the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Sal-
hanick. 910 Quail Dr.. Miami
Springs, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Tifcreth Jacob during
the 9:30 a.m. services.
David is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ransom School, and is
taking instruction on several pe**
cussion instruments.
Dr. and Mrs. Salhanick will host
a reception In the Social Hall fol-
lowing the ceremony. Among the
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
shon Salhanick of Fall River, Mass.
Camper Enrolled At Birth
Warren Todd Coleman is the
first camper enrolled at Camp
Mountain Lake as soon as he was
born. Owners Nannette and Alvin
Savage admit they couldn't find a
te shirt to fit their youngest
Camper-who is also their first
gr&ndehiM, and was born to their
daughter, Karen, at Henderson-
Mile. N.C. The Savages think this
is a 'tint*' to top all of Camp
Mountain Lake's "firsts."
Among the 170 enthusiastic, ac-
tive youngster at Camp Wohelo,
near Waynesboro. Pa., are several
from the Miami area, including
Lynn Epstein, who participated in
the Little Roe.k. Ark.. National
Tennis Championships before join-
ing the others at camp. I She won
the national singles championship
for girls 12-and-i:nder, and gained
another trophy for her already
good-sized collection at home.i
Lynn comes from a tennis-loving
family and began playing at the
age of six. Her sisters, Susan and
Rana. competed in the recent na-
tionals for 16-and-over, held at
Charleston, W V
Other youngsters from this area
at Camp Wohelo tl'.is summer are
Bar! Sue Levy, Tracy Guberman,
Shellev Guberman, Wendy Guber-
man, Susan Silvei nan, Aileen Ja-
cobs and Lorl Mart is. They are
articipating in a program which
Includes general athletics, theater,
-nts and crafts, water sports and
MAR-PARV.
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Makes matzos a mychel.
overnight camping outings.
The camp's 55-mi-mber staff in-
cludes several from the Greater
Miami area. One unit leader is
Kathleen "Tiger"' Geraghty, who
teaches phys ed in a Miami high
.ehool; Barbara Leavitt. Kathi
Whit ten. Veda Levin. Gail Marcus,
Marshall and Lois Jacobs, aw!
Gerald and Anita Koppele are also '
among the counselors, instructor*
and employees. Anita serves as
arts and crafts din ctor.
Camp Wohelo provides a familj >
atmosphere to Jewish girls fro:".
all over the United States, as well \
as Mexico City and Puerto P.:co !
during its eight-wet k summer sta-
son. Its owners, Morgan Levy. h,s
wife, Bernice, and sisters, Shit ley
Shor and Isabelle Rosenberg, also
operate Camp Coi t, an adjoining
amp for boys.
Lynn, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman L. Houlberg, 11299 i
SW 50th 81, is one of six Girl j
Scouts from Senior Troop No.381
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Stanley H. Wolff Named By
Pan American Bancshares
League Volunteers To Be Given VIP Tour Of Hospilal
dent Mrs. Morris Levitt has an- er, Mis. Harvey Stein, Mrs. Sam-
i
Stanley H. Wolff, a career bank-
>r Chicago and Miam. since
a946 has Keen elected executive
[^'president of Pan American
Bancshares, Inc., according to an
fnn,unce.ner.t .nade by Joseph
'eintraub. board chairman and
Sent of the registered bank
.lding company.
Until mid-January this year, Mr.
oltf had been president and vice
ffJZ of the board of Central
.Corp. toe, another registered
Lnk holding company which Ik
"SU organize. In his new post
Hrtth Pan American Bancshares.
*Mr. Wolff will be responsrble for
coonlinatir.? me administrative
[organization of affiliated banks,
Mr. Weintraub said.
Pan American presently con-
trols Pan American Bank of Mi-
ami, Pan American Bank of Dade
County and Manufacturers Na-
tional Bank of Hialeah. and has
received permission to acquire con-
trolling interest in Citizens Na-
tional Bank of Orlando.
Mr. Wolff, who received a B.S.
degree from Northwestern Uni-
versity, and a J.D. degree from
John Marshall Law School. Chi-
cago, practiced law for seven yeans
in Chicago before entering the ser-
vice in World War II. Upon leav-
ing the service in 1946, he entered
the field of bunking, and graduated
from the University of Wisconsin's
School of Banking in 1948.
He was associated with several
Chicago banks, and left the |xisi-
tion of president of National Bank
of Albany Park in 1955 to take his
first banking post in Miami as
president of Central Bank and
Trust Co.
A member of the boards of Key
Pharmaceutical. Inc.. and Latvnhtc
Comoany, Mr. Wolff is active in
civic and community affairs, and
serves on the boards of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital and Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami.
Some 60 new Suburban League
members will be taken on a VIP
tour of Variety Children's Hos-
pital Aug. 31, after a 9:30 a.m.
coffee-arid-Danish breakfast.
The grooup will be greeted by
Dr. Richard C. Adler, director of
medical services, and Mrs. Donna
Brown, R.N., director of nursing
services, before going on guided
tours of the facilities in groups of
six.
They will tour the out-patient
clinics, laboratories, radiology and.
physical therapy departments, the
medical-surgical and mother-child
units, admitting, education and
playroom therapy sections. The
new volunteers will also inspect
the Intensive Care Department,
Nuclear X-Ray machine, Inhala-
tion Therapy division, and the
newly-installed Data Computer.
A special briefing will be given
them on the Oncology Unit, which
treats cancer patients. The club
sponsors fund-raising events each
year to finance the care of two
patients in this unit.
Mrs. Ricnard Masington will be
8rvlng as general chairman of the
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orientation session, League presi-
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pianist-composer George Gershwin
in a three-day festival.
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King Stanford, William F. Lee and
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whose husband guided the music
firm of Chappell & Co. for nearly
40 years. Among the better-known
committee members are Irving
Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Arthur
Fiedler, Ira and Lenore Gershwin,
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Friday, August 14, 1;\
HEBREW LESSON
(M2) *
-ayn tibd
David
Shimoni
'lit. David Shimoni. Zichrono
Lh-racha. of Blessed Memory*
David Shimoni. one of the
greatest poets of the new
Yishuv (Jewish settlement >
in Eretz-Yisrael. was born in
Russia and there began to
write his first poems.
In 1902, in the period of
the Second Aliyah. Shimoni
came to Eretz-Yisrael. Thi-
was a great pioneering period
in the country, and h worked
in Rehovot and Petah-Tikvjh
as a Jewish labourer and
guard. In this way he got to
know, at first hand. (lit. from
close up i the nature and
scenery of Eretz-Yisrael.
about which he wrote many
poems.
He travelled to studv at the
Universities of Berlin and
Heidelberg, and there com-
pleted his studies in the Facul-
ties of Philosophy and Semitic
Languages. On completing his
studies in 1920, he returned
to Eretz-Yisrael. In addition
to his work in the field of
literature, David Shimoni was
a teacher at the Herzlia He-
brew Gymnasium in Tel Aviv.
He sang of the beauty of
our country and of the pio-
neers of the new Yishuv. He
was the first poet to sing of
the scenery of the country,
of the desert changing to a
place of habitation, and of a
nation building its future in
its country.
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Obituaries
KOLLER
: s W :
DAVID. 51 of 7S17 Went Dr. North
Bay Village passed away Sat. Came
her* 31 years ago from Walden. N.Y.
Member of the Florida and Dade
County Bar Assoc.. a graduate of
the University of Miami Law School
with a Doctorate in Juris Prudence
and a graduate of City College of
New York with degrees in Account-
ing and Psychology. A former Major
in the I'.S.A.F. he served actively In
New Guinea and Manila and received
the Brome Star for the New Guinea
campaign. Philippine Liberation Rib-
bon. The Asiatic-Pacific Theatre
Ribbon and the American Defense
Service Ribbon. Survived by son
Michael David. 2. daughters Mrs.
Judith Elaine Ehelenberger. Miss
Carolyn Roller, one grandson and a
sister Mrs. Anne Grossman Services
11 a.m. Tues. "THE RIVERSIDE"
ItSO Alton Rd. M.B. with interment
in Mt. Nebo Cemetary.
8233 Hardin;
83 M.B. New
5*. 2S41 N -
62. MM N.E.
Famous trial lawyer Melvin
Belli confers with Dr. Gerald
Ross at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
reception hosted in his honor
by the legal committee of the I j*^^3JJ*"V
Dade County Chiropractic So-1
ciety. The affair was attended
by lawyers and judges as well
as chiropractors.
ETTMAN. Leah. 66. MM Bay Rd..
M.B. Riverside.
GERING. Larry. 6. 4441 Collins Ave..
MB. Blasberg.
JARRETT. Arnold A.. 74. MM N.E.
1731 N.E. 172nd
2033 Calais Dr..
MM Jeffer- .
1020 Mer
10305 Co!-
M2S Meridian
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2366
In RE: Estate of
ADA DENON
SHAVIN. Rubin. ft3.
M.B. Gordon.
ZEMON. Lena. 82
Ave.. M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
CIRULNICK, Mildred 69. 1S321 N.E.
18th ft.-Riverside.
GOODMAN, George G.. 7ft. 1351 N E.
Miami Gardens Dr. Riverside
HATERUS, Harel R.. 61. ttt Jeffer-
son Ave.. MB. Riverside.
LEROW. David. 63. MS Bay Dr., M.B.
Riverside.
MARKS. Benjamin. 62. 10275 Collins
Ave.. Bal Harbour. Riverside.
MICHAELS, Samuel. 7. 77..". W.
Plantation Blvd., Miramar. River-
side.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said < pASS. Isaiah. 73. 2097 S. Ocean Dr.,
Estate: Hallandale. Levitt.
You are hereby notified and requlr- rqbbinS, George W.. 84. 925 N.W.
ed to present any claims and demands 122nd St. Riverside
which" vou may have against the es-
tate of ADA DENON deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthou.se
In Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof.or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this atn
day of August. AD. 1970.
MINNIE UDHIC
ANNA STERN
As Administratrices
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of August. 197".
HARRY Z1KERNH K
Attorney for Administratrixes
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2680
In RE: Bttate "f
CLARA McCANDLBSS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors; and aii Persona Hav-
i Iiik Claims or Demands A^a..ist Bald
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
j ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have esratnst toe es-
tate of CLARA MCCAXDLJ988 de-
il iate of I>ade County, Florida,
| to the County Judge* Ol Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 7.;3.1k. Florida
! Statutes, in Dieir offices i.i the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
( within SlS calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof!
1 or the same trill l- barred.
I>ated at -Miami. Florida, this Till
day of August, A II 1*70.
WALLACE N. MAEK
As Administrator
First publication or m< notice on
the 14th day of Autrust. 1S70,
\\ Al.t.Ai'K N. .MAEK.
4".-, Blscayne HI'!*.. .Miami. Fla. 33130
Attorney for Adtninlatrator
_______ i i 1-81-28 9 4
IN THE COUNTY JUD<^ S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2944
In UK: Estate of
ANNE N'ASB HARVBT,
I >.....need
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inK Claims or Demands Against said
Batata:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
Qulred to present any chums and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate '. ANNE nask HAKVBY
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
1 aeevlded In Section 733.10. Florida
' Statutes, in their of fires ,., the t'ount>-
Ceurthottee In Dade County, Florida
, within six calendar months from the
I time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of Autrust, A.I), IOT0.
-MARTHA N. LOVING
As Executrix
First publication of this notice OK
the 14th day of August. 1970.
KURT WF.I.I.ISi H
Attorney for
EOT ATE OF A \ \ I'NASRHA R V B V
167 Almeria Avenue,
Coral Cables. Fla.
8/14-21-28 9/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 70-14366
WALTER B. HBLLER-CARIBBBAN,
INC., a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
CHARLES R. I ACHMAN and
BAHAMA GENERAL LIMITED,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: CHARLES R. LACHMAN
2 Broadway
New York. N.Y.
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Suit In Interpleader has been
filed against you and you are requir- !
ed to serve a copy of your written ,
defenses, if any. to it on TALIANOFF
& WALLER. Attorneys for Plaintiff,
whose address is 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida 33139. and file
the original with the Clerk of the
above-styled Court on or before the
l.'.th day of August. IMS: otherwise,
a Judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of said Court at Miami. Florida, on
this llth day of August. 1970.
E B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County
By: I. SNBEDEN
Deputy f'lerfc
TALIANOFF WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
421 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8/14-21-2* 9/4
SIM BERG, Beulah. 52. 7501
ure Dr., M.B. Riverside.
FE1NSTEIN. Bessie. 81,
Ave M.B. Riverside.
BERMAN, Hyman. 74, 252 N.W
ond St. Levitt.
METZ, Rose, 65, 465 Ocean Dr.. M.B.
Riverside.
PECHTER. Harry. 67. 1725 James
Ave M.B. Blasberg.
ZIGHELBOIM, Leon, one, 10345 5.W.
91st St. Riverside.
CHANDLER, Ruth L 66, 3037 Center
St.. Coconut Grove. Riverside.
LEWIS. William. 7v RSM Harding
Ave. Surfside. Newman.
SHULMAN, Ida. 71. 32" Collins Ave.
MB. Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
RUDOLPH, Esther, 69, 9500 Collins
Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
SAKS, Albert. 76, 1329 Collins Ave..
M.B. Blasberg.
LLIGHTSTONE, I,ouis. 86, 7625 Byron
Ave.. M.B. Levitt.
SPECTOR, William, 9O.840 Jeffer-
son Ave., M.B. Riverside. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo.
BERGER. Charles. 69, 510 B W 49th
St.. M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
BERMAN. Hyman. 55. 846 Argonaut
Isle, Dania. Gordon. Interment Star
of David.
BINDER, Abraham. 90. 320 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
KAHN. Susan, 27. 16030 N.E. 19th
i CL Riverside.
, MASS. Dina. 63. 91 2 S.W. 41.-t St.
, Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo
. PRESNER, Samuel L., 62, 6500
14th St. Riverside.
I SCHAEFFER, Elsie.
134th St. Levitt
STOLLER. Fannie. 83. 151 N.E.
St. Riverside.
BOOKBINDER. Benjamin. 81,
Collins Ave., M.B. Riverside.
B.W,
82. 1160
Interment
N.E
Mt
.'r.'nd
125!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-14555
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTHA GFNTER.
Plaintiff.
REX r; | XT Kit,
Defendant
TO: Hex Gunter. Defendant
c/o Mrs. Edward Smith
1"9 Morningside Avenue
CheSSklll, New Jersey 07CM
You. REX GFNTER. are hereby
notified thai s Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Complain<
on the Plaintiffs attorney AllTliril
.1 WOI.FSON. 4"5 Blscayne Building.
Miami, Florida 33130 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 16th day Of
September 1970. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will bo taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Comnlaint.
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this llth day of August A.D.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Conniv Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
ARTHUR J WOI.FSON
405 Blscayne Building
Attorney for Plaintiff
Miami, Florida 33130
8/14-21-28 9/4
CHURVIS, Max A..
Ter. Riverside
FALLICK. Hyman. 72. 1S642 N E. li -
Ave. Riverside
GOLDSMITH, Ira. 79. 400 Kings Poi-
Dr N M II Riverside.
ISRAEL. Abe. U, 1351 Euclid Ave
M.B. Riverside.
LEWIS. William. 7$,
Ave.. M.B. Newman.
LIEBERMAN, Jacob.
man.
MARGOLIES. Joseoh.
163rd St. Riverside.
MEYER, Dr. Lester.
191st St. Riverside.
SHACKMAN, Elsie G.. 72. 7815 C.
Blvd.. M.B. Blasberg.
SCHULMAN, Anne Goldsmith. 5:".
Blue Road. Coral Gables. River-
side.
SMOLOWE. Lillian. 65. 1120 102c I
St.. Bay Harbor Island. Rn.-r-. i
STEPHENS, Louis. 32. 21260 N.E
23rd Ave.. N.M.B. Blasberg.
COHEN. Sadie. 65. 2101 Norman-i
Dr. MB. Riverside.
FRIEDMAN. Nathan. 73. 236 ? V.
33rd Ave. Riverside. Interment ^' ,
of David
HALPERT, Rose. 77.
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
KAT2. Nathan, 91.
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
SILVERSTEIN. Rose.
lins Ave., Bal Harbour. Riverside
ZERMAN, Bdythe I).. 10276 Collins
Ave., Bal Harbour. Riverside.
GREENFIELD, Rose. 81, 10951 S.W.
6"th Ave. Blasberg.
CROSS, Phil. 68. 142* Euclid Ave.
M.B. Riverside. Interment Lak
side.
SAMEK. Henry H.. 98. 271 N.E. lltth
St. Riverside.
BROWN. Esther. 84, 1710 N.E. lLr
Sr Riverside.
GISSEN. Irving R.. 65. 1351 Miami
Gardens Drive. Riverside. Intermei
Star of David.
MILLER. Irving. 63. 5701 Collins AVS ,
M.B. Riverside.
SHURBERG, Abraham. 74. 1900 S
Treasure Dr.. North Bay Villas-
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
20LTON, Anna Klein. 87, 1460 N.E
169th St. Riverside. Intermen-
Lakeside.
LAUTMAN, Morris. 66. 1150 Eucl
Ave., M.B. Riverside.
FELDMAN, Fanny, 78, 1500 Bay RoaJ,
M.B. Riverside.
CASTROLL, Ezra, 76. 900 Euclid Ave.,
MB. Riverside.
FRANKEL, Mltsl, 62, 2818 S.W JTl
Ave.. Riverside. Interment Mt. BirtaL
JAVITS, Harry, 63, 1145 101st ^: .
Riverside.
LEVINE, Isdar. 86. 636 Blue Rd.. Cor-
al Gables. Gardon. Interment M"..
Nebo.
RUBIN. Fred Robert. 55. 27<1 S.W
Mth Ct.. Gordon. Interment tit
Nebo
SALAMOWITZ. Irving. 72, 177*" N B
lUth Ave Levitt.
SCHATZ. Phillip H.. 72. 5333 CoHU
Ave. M.B. Riverside. Interment M"
Nebo.
SCHWARTZMAN. Ida. 60, B00 Lenox
Ave. M.B. Riverside. Interm-
Mount Sfnal.
BUDILOV. Sara. 1525 Pennsylvania
Ave. MB. Riverside. Interment M
Nebo,
FREEMAN. Harry. St, Ml N.E -
St. Riverside.
FREILICHER. Minnie. 80. 1330 Collins
Ave.. M.B. Riverside.
GROSSMAN, Harvey D.. 10350 N. B.i
Harbor Drive. Riverside. Intermei'
Lakeside.
HELLMAN, Nathan. So. 636 Meridian
Ave., MB. Levitt.
MYMAN, Harry. 72, 1551 N.E. 167th
St. Riverside
SKOLNICK. Herbert. 56. 1078 N E
157th St. Riverside. Interment M".
Sinai.
TUSH. Matthew. 34. 174 N.W. 87t
St. I^evitt.
WEISS. Milton. 55. 2145 B.W. Hrd
Av.- Riverside, Interment Mt. Nebo.
GREENBERG, Charles, 83. US NE
178th Terr. Riverside.
JASON, Joseph. 60, 31"fi Freeman St.
' lor,Ion. Interment Ml. Nebo.
KAPLAN. Isadore B.. 72. 12."..". Collins
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg.
KAMINKER, Minnie. 72. 900 SB
170th St. Riverside. Interment Lake-
side.
KRAVITZ, Doris, 45. 3221 S.W.2U'
st. Riverside
MARTIN, Lillian. 62. 2101 Normandy
Dr., M.B. Riverside.
PHUDO. Jacob, 7!-, 100 Lincoln Rl,
M.B Newman.
CHAPMAN. Samuel. 63. 1631 N E 114'. I
St Blasberg.
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ItGAl NOTICE
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Bui hi
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^ I^OBIOA IN AND
?OBD*OECOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ID UOBBACH,
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'or11 l you nre required to
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Hj.-UISM lU'RIDIAN.
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aii Court Seal)
AMFT& SMITH
nltal Bank Wd.
Florida SS138
leys for Plaintiff
S79-M61
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14040
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RUTH A. COODBLLO,
Plaintiff,
\ B.
TKIIDY COODBLLO,
Defendant
TO: TEDDY OOODB1 I.'
< .. Rosetta Barb
il-'n Lenox Avenue
New York, n y.
You, TEDDT COODRLIjO, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce haa bean filed agelnsl you.
and you are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, CHARLOTTE J. BAHKAN
nil Alnsley Building, Miami. Florida
and fil>- the original Answer or Plead-
ing In tin- offi.M of the Clerk of the
CiPCUM Court on or before the lath
dav of September, l!'i". If you fall
to do BO, judgment by default Will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Dill of Complaint.
This notice .shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of Augul A.D.
19 E. H. LKATHEI'.llAX, Clerk
Circuit Court. I hide County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
CHARLOTTE J. IIAI'.KAN
nil Alnsley Kuitding
Miami. Florida
Atlorne.v for Plaintiff
7. (I I 7-11-21
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fctvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-13387
|>TICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. HARRIS)
in '
>M B HARRIS.
Bl'cirl.inl
IBIMON K H IRR'S _.
RESIDENCE PN KNOWN
in fil.MON i: HARRIS, aj-e here-
not'i.-.i thai Complaint for Dl-
1,,,-n riled against you. ami
K/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70. i2821
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NANCIE ELISABETH WV.NN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALBERT WYNN.
Defendant.
Tl ': ALBERT WYNN
Residence unknown
You. ALBERT WYNN, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
I'.ill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, vox ZAMFT ft smith.
1R12 Capital Hank Hldg., Miami, Flo-
rida :::!!."1" and file the original Answ-
er or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 21st clay of August. 1970. If
vnu fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the mil of com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lfilh day of July A.D.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: MAP.fSCERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Senl)
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
1612 Capital Hank Hldg.
Miami, Florida 8BIS2
Attorneys tor Plaintiff
Phone: 879-6461
7/24-81 8 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13086
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CONRADO LOPEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs
CARIDAD LOPEZ,
Defendant.
TO: CARIDAD LOPEZ
8K Ackerman Avenue
Saddle Brook, New Jesrey
You. CARIDAD LOPEZ, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the" Hill of Complaint on llie Plaintiff*
attorney LESTER ROGERS, Attorney
for Plaintiff, 1454 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 8S12S and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of Hi" Circuit
Court on or before the 2Xtii day of
August, 1970. 'if you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demancleil
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21 day of July A.D.
E. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
I!y: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LESTER ROGERS, ESQ.
1464 N.W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 88186
Attorney for Plaintiff ^^
h
copy of
th. < oni-
Plaintlfff
an required lo serve
Answer or Pleading to
llaint In i on the
ittorn. HUN u D L .DAVIS, ESQ .
PA. 417 P.israviic I'.uililing, I!' W
Plag'ler Streei, Miami. Florida 38180
piii :::-:<-.1. and file the origin-
al An: r in IMea.ling in the office
3f the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on
day of August, lp.ii.
... judgment by de-
againsl you for the
i the Complaint for
or bet. the ::i
If you il i" do s
faUlt V. be Hike ,
relief < .landed it
Dlvon-i
THIS NOTICE
Once i Week fi
tive w ks iii ib.
IAN
DON
ilori.l
Hi
-hull be published
four en oonseeu-
JEWI8H FLORID-
AND I RDERBD at Miami.
this 24th day of Jul>. 1870.
0. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i :n uii Court
i ladi i'. unl s. Florida
Bj C GOODMAN
1 i. iutj i 'lerk
ui i ..in i Si al i
7/31 8/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No. 70-12897
NOTICE OF ACTION
sin RAY HOMES, INC a
Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOREEN KRBIDBLL,
Individually, n id as
RXBCl'TRIX OP THE ESTATE OP
JOHN J. Dims. >N. DECEASED,
Defendants
TO: DOREEN KRBIDBLL
20 Lorraine Road
Island Park. New York ........
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to lore lose a in.ui-
gage on the following real property
in Daile County. Florida, to-wlt:
lot No 21 in Block 221: Seetion
"P" ,,f BTJIJrORD-BY-THB-SEA,
a subdlvlsl.....>i land in Dade
County, Florida, according i<> plat
,,f said section of said subdivision,
and recorded in Plat Book 25. at
Page -'. of the Public Records ol
Dade County, Florida,
has i.....n riled against you ami you
are required to serve a copy of youi
written defenses, if any, to it.on
Kommel, Rogi rs, U>rbi r ft SltenK-
man. plali ttorneys, whose aa-
,i,,.,. Is 480 Lin "in R.....I. Miami
Beach, Florida. 83189, ......f before
the 81st das "i" August. 1970, and
the original with the < lerk ol
courl either before service on
attorneys or Immediately
default will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undder the fictitious name
of RONNIE'S COFFEE SHOP at 753
Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach, Ma.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County. Florida. .,.,,.
Ml ETON BERNSn EIN
RUTH BERNSTEIN
EUGENE I.E.MI I'll
Attorney for Applicants
2720 W. Flagler
Miami. Fla.
v 7-1 1-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I O' FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-12867
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
( MEL I. CARTER,
klntiff,
;v CARTER
sfendant,
Ri'ltY CARTER
it- -ui.n.e tfnknown
- Tou are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
ptcadi-:* to the Hill of Complaint on
the malntiffs Attorney. ESSEN ft
BBSK'J 12D8 Ainsley Hldg., Miami,
iPlorida and file the original Answer
or Pleadlns In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
IMh day of September. 1970. If you fall
to do so. hi. I in ii.- .i by default will he
taken eirainst you for the relief dc-
aaniJe.i in n. Kill .if Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
ch week for four consecutive weeks
TH' JEW ISII Kl.oRlDlAN.
ONiC AND ORDERED at Miami.
mill: this 4ih dav of August, A.D.
TO.
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(lrcu.t Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
flrcuit Court Seal)
KEN n ESSEN
Os Alnsley Bldg.,
'mi, Florida
tomeys for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
**. ~ No- 70-2800
In RK Estate of
BAltkKTT S. CUNNINGHAM
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons
Havri; Claims r Demands Against
lid ij-iat,:
T^i ."" hTeby notified and re-
qiiir.Hj t present any claims and de-
aanai. you may have against the es-
tate of BARRETT S. CUNNINGHAM
*ac'"*d late of Dade County. Florida,
\Z ',''.Cmunt.y Ju"K'" "f "ade Coun-
2.* ^J! ', ""' sam'' 'n duplicate and
2. r,'V'V'' '" sctlon 733.18, Florida
S*'"l"sv "> 'heir offices In the Coun-
LC*i',l'l"ul '* .r"1"' slx calendar months from
nftor iT "U' fi,'s' Publication here-
ofco. U e same will be barred.
H. r, iU Min"'l. Florida, this 4th
ELEANOR C. CUNNINGHAM
Wiru. ., As Executrix
thP-,slc,a"" of thls no"-e on
^Sbl'steeV1 ****im
oal Uables. Fla. 33134
8/7-14-21-28
file
(hi.-
plaintiffs'
thereafter, otherwis.
be entered against you for the reli< r
demanded in the complaint or Petition
WITNESS m.' band and the seal
of this Court on the 17 day ol July,
"''" E. B, I.EATHEK.MAN
A^ Clerk of the Court
Bj I,. SNFEI'KN
' Deputy Clerk
7/24-81 S 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-12708
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY A. APOSTOLES.
Plaintiff.
WILLIAM .1 APOSTOLES,
TO:"wlLUAM y APOSTOLES,
sr.8 l--ke Avenue .....
Manchester. New Hampshire
You? WILLIAM J. APOSTOLES.
are hereby notified that "';
Complaint for Divorce has bjmHIad
against you, and you are require 1 to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to tin I'.dl of Complaint
I'.'ll
I
the
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-14435
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PATRICIA A. LEVBNBERRY,
Plaintiff,
JAMBS i:i SSEI.E LEVBNBERRY.
Defendant.
Ti I; .1 AMES RUSSELL
LEVBNBERRY
c o Theresa Levenberry
051 N E 49th Streei
Washington, \<<'. _._.
TOU, JAMES RUB8ELL LBVEN-
BERRY ai.- hereby notified that a
,f Complaint for Divorce has
filed against you, and you arc
required to serve a copy >< > our Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of tom-
plaint on the Plaintiffs *""?
PAUL KWITNEY. 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 88189 and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
ibe office of ill. clerk of the Circuit
Court .......' before the lath day "I
September, 11)70. if you fall to do ao.
Judgment by default will be taken
afainsl vnu for the relief demanded
in the BIO "f Complaint
This notice shall be published on, e
each week for four conse.-utiye weeks
i THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of August A.D.
11,7(1 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Clr,.uit,:.a,n.|l.ad.;Counl>-.Horida
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY
4^n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. rilHO
Attorney for Flulntift
8/14-81-88 n/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2051
Iii RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM GRBBNHUT
""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
! iin.- Claims or Demands Against Saul
YOU are hereby notified anil requir-
ed in present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate Of AHKAII \M GREENH1 I !
eased lal.....' Dade County, Horlda,
Section ::::i. Hi. Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the County Ceurthouse
in Dad. County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the tlnje n
first publi. atio'n hereof, or til
will be ban ed
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins
dav of July, A.D 1OT0. ......
LILLIAN GRBBNHUT
As Administratrix
First publkation or this notlc<
the -lib dav of July. 197"
CAIDIN, ROTHBNBHRC..
KOGAN& KORNBLUM
i.i ZEV W KOGAN
Attorneys i. r
LILLIAN GRBBNHUT
i"n Lincoln Itoad
.Miami Beach, Fla. MJ]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TDK OFFICIAL GAZETTE al ^:>0
s.w. stli St., Miami Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of tl"
Circuit cunt of Dade County, Flor-
THB OFFICIAL GAZETTE, INC.
7 ::i 8 7-!4-L't
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13106
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL K. GARFIELD
Plaintiff.
LOUIS I..GARFIELD
Defendant.
TO: LOUIS I. GARFIELD
2r.:iti Viera Avenue
Cincinnati. Ohio
You. LOUIS L. GARFIELD, are
hereby notified thai a Bill >.i Com-
plaint* for Divorce ho* been filed
against jrou, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, PALU'T. POP-
PELL, GOODMAN ft BHAPO, 1504
Alfred I. DuPont BuiMing, Miami,
Florida 83181 ami file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 88th day of August. 107ft.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against yog for the
relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-OKIIMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this -:inl day Ol July A D,
H'70.
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: C. 1.. ALEXANDER
Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Se
P.M.I.i rT, POPPELL, OOt IDMAN
&HHAPO
ir."i Alfred I. DuPont Building
Miami. Florida 38131
Attorneys for Plaintiff
,il)
same
li.tb
8/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Cue No. 70-13044
OENEVIEVE RIDDLE,
Plaintiff,
VB-
GRl RGE RIDDfLB,
""NOT'icE OF PUBLICATION
TO: GEORGE RIDDLE
c o ong
linn Ridge Boulevard
Brooklyn, New York 11809
You. GEORGE RIDDLE are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy oi
vour Answer or Pleading to the t ol J -
Syr mwiN- a: &S&S
Ov.s. Flagler Street. Miami. I--, i'1,
and file the original Answer or PloajI-
ig in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before trie -mii
di- of August. 1970. If you fait to do
er
k
the
fail
Will be
the relief de-
Complaint.
This notice shall be puhli.-.ied once
ach week for lour -.['"V'V^Vvv
THE JEWISH Fl/'UIDIAN
,,f the Circuit Court on or
24th day of August 10W. If VOU
to do so, Judgment by defav
taken against you for
manded in the Bill Of
'"done am'd ORDERED
Florida, this With day of
197D.
at Miami.
July A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida
By: L. BNBEDBN
' Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
woefson. diamond*
^T.^'k'i^.noton
47 Lincoln Road
Miami Heach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff ?/ g/T.U
-------NOTICtTUNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersignod. desiring to engage
n 'business under the flctltious name
of SAN PEDRO RESTAURANT at
S3fir, B. 4th Ave., Hlaleah. Fla. In
Count, r^E?tTOBARBOSA142i2g
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT
' OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13660
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALDO HERIBERTO D' AMBROSIO,
Plaintiff,
ANA 1> 'AMBROSIO
a k a ANA MONTBRO,
I lefeiidant.
in VNA IV AMBROSIO
Aveiii.ia de los ConsUtuyenies
No. B70
Buenos Aires, Rep. Argentina
You. ANA DAMBROSIO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce ha* been filed against you.
and M'U are required to serve a copy
,,f your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plninim I
attorney CASPAR B, Al.DRiCH of
c isT-i.. ROSE AND ALDRICH.|1
N E First Avenue, Miami. Florida
and file the original Answer or P. ail-
ing in the office Of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 4th
day of September, 1870. If you
soT 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.OKJDIAN. .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Dade" County, norida, this Hist day
',fJUF:;.7.;HAT11FRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. I-la.
By: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
laWIN <:. CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaintiff
^s West Flaghr Street
Miami. Florida
7/84-31 8/7-14
fail
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih undersigned, desiring to engage
n^buslt- under the MWMj
g ^tn^t.MH^eAahB^aA^e ls
registe? said name with the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ON ELI A MENDOZA
Wner 8/7-14-21-28
to do so! Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill Of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week f..r [nmegamfuMv* week*
in THE JEWISH EUHtlDIAN.
DOM) AND ORDWTBD at Mian*
Florida, this th day of July A.D.
I B B LFaTHF.UMAN. Cbrk
Circuit t'ourt, Dad, County. FKHlda
By: C P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
CASPAR B. ALDRU'H
CRISTOL. ROSE AND ALDHU H
II N E. hirst Avenue
Miami. Florida ttWJ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7/31 8/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 70-13046
RE: Adoption of following
minor children:
Brenda Diane Jackson and
Cvnthia Yvonne Jackson
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To WILLIAM RUSSELL JACKSON
Residence Unknown ____________
TOU ARE HEHEI'.V NOTIFIED
that CARLENTO WlU'OX. is apply-
|,,B for the adoption of the foUowUg
minor children: l'yiNDA D AN .
JACKSON and CYNTHIA .YJONJi
JACKSON, that he Is married to ttie
natural mother of said minor children,
and that he has filed his Petition "'
Adoption in the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. If you have any ot.-
!:,r:;;-s,tw,N^cH,Mira;
before the 28th day of August 1H70.
Failure to do so may reeull in
AdopUoa being granted to Gaaumi
"''This'mitice' shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
V the JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED_ l Miami.
Florida, on this 21st day of July. 19.0.
FBI .EATH ERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bs N A HEWETT
7 .11 S 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the rietltiotfs name
ot Bob n Bee at 5412 N.B. 2nd Avenue.
.Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BEATRICE D KEMP, owner
KESSLER. ROTH, SHERADSHV
K: BECKERMAN
Attorneys for BEATRICE B. KEMP
I-:.r. s W. 3rd Avenue
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
1.C1S RAI I. MERIDA,
Plaintiff
HILDA MERIDA,
I lefendant.
Tl mi DA MERIDA
en:. Meadow ^ leu A\ enue
North Bergen, New Jersey
07O47
You nil HA MERIDA, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has l.e.n filed against
you, and you are required to servo
a copy "f ymir Answer or Pleading
lo th.'Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, ESSEN & ESSEN,
120X Ainsley Bldg.. Miami, Florida
S31S2 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
28th day of August. 1870. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the pellet de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 88nd day of July A.D.
E. B. I.EATIIEI1MAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By; N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ESSEN & ESSEN
1208 Ainsh-y Hldg.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ g .^^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. .70.13466
SUIT FR OIVORCE
' MAROIE CHRVWfc,
Plaintiff,
Deputy Clerk
7/24-31 8/7-14
ERNEST MARSHALL OSRVSLER,
Defendant,
TO: ERNEST MARSHALL
CHRYSLER
2629 Drexel Avenue
Detroit, Michigan ,.-
You. ERNEST MARSHALL CHRY-
SLER are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain! for Divorce has been
filed against M'U. and you are re-
quired to serve a coy "J vour Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of < om-
pkiinl on the Plaintiff s ..llorney.
WOLFSON, DIAMOND rTARRINO-
TON I'-V 4"" Lincoln Road. Suite
k; Miami Beach, Florida and fib
ihe original Answer or Pi. a.ling in
the office of the Clerk Of the Or-
OUlt Court on or before the 1st day
of September. M70. If you fa'i to do
BO judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI oRUUAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this JTth day of July A.D.
' E. H. LEATHERMAN", Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
liv: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WOLFSON, DIAMOND &
HARRINGTON. P.A.
By John R. Harrington
407 Lincoln Rond. Suite 9G
Miami Beach. FBI.
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ g/7.l4.a


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FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. AUG. 15
AT ALL FOOO FAIR & FREDERICH'S STORES
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
SAVE MERCHANTS
S.A
GREEN STAMPS
TOP U.S. CHOICE- WESTERN
TOP
ROUND
STEAK.......i lb.
TCP U S. CHOICE WESTERN
GRADE A' FRESH ICED GA.-FLA.
FRYER PARTS
"BUY THE PARTS YCU LIKE BEST"
ll>" FOR FINE NAME BRAND GIFTS'
WESTERN SELECTED
BEEFfe<
T-BONE
STEAKS
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
BARTLETT PEARS.................- 29
TOP QUALITY NEW CROP -_ ^^
RAMBO APPLES 3 49
12
TOP QUALITY
BANANAS
DEL MONTE CR CHIQUITA
FLO-SUN "THE REAL THING1' FROM FLORIDA
PURE ORANGE JUICE
QUART
CONTAINER
SAVE 10'! LAMBRECHT'S
FROZEN PIZZAS
13-OZ. PKG, *m Ck.
PEPPERONL...............uarge 7c
14-OZ. PKG. *M,
SAUSAGE...................large OTt
SAUSAGE...................large QTFC
13-OZ. PKG. er
CHEESE.......................LARGE 59
AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS
SLICED TO ORDER .
SAVE 10c WISCONSIN FINEST
American Cheese
25
Sohua. Special f save 24c
REGAL BEER
WHITE OR IOC
COLORED 18
79'
89'
12-OZ.
NO RETURN
BOTTLES
SAVE 6c FROZEN LEAF OR CHOPPED
Food Fair Spinach 2 33
49
SI 05 VALUE WITH fLUORIDE
Ipana Tooth Paste
6 OZ>|QC
TUBE
BONUS SPECIAL! $1.75 VALUE
SWEDISH
TANNING SECRET
SAVE 40c LB FRESHLY SLICED
Nova Scotia Salmon (lox)
OVEN ROASTED ALL DARK MEAT _
r- 1 I T I n II HALF CQC NON DAIRY
Rich's Turkey Roll ^59 Borden>$ Cremora
PICKWICK OELICIOUS
ENGLISH
MUFFINS
89c
22 OZ QflC
JAR
SAVE 20
PKGS.
OF 6
FYNETEX HALFj GALLON
4-OZ.
BTL.
LOTION
OR OIL
Apple Strudel
FOOD
FAIR
59
4
C PKG-
OF 8
LIMIT ONE JUG, PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.


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