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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 43 Number 35
Miami, Florida Friday August 28, 1970
Two Sections Price 2Gc
Talks Begin On Ambassadorial Level
B.v Special Report
JERUSALEM Talks on the
I >reign minister level may begin
within thret weeks, according to
Jogef Tekoah, Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United Nations,
who returned from New York
after holding preliminary dis-
cussions with U.N. Secretary
General U Thant's special envoy,
Swedish diplomat Dr. Gunnar V.
Jarring.
The U.N. Secretary General,
who had voiced optimism at the
St ut of Dr. Jarring's renewed
efforts to achieve a permanent
peace settlement in the Middle
ist, was reported to have been
rlsed by the Israeli envoy's
swift return to Israel for con-
sultations with Premier Golda
Meir, Foreign Minister Abba
Eban and other key officials.
Dr. Jarring had held separate
meetings with Ambassador Te-
koah, Abdul Hamid S-haraf. Jor-
dan's Ambassador to the United
States, and Dr. Mohammed H.
el-Zayyat, Egypt's delegate to
the United Nations. Mr. Tekoah
was with him for 45 minutes;
his meeting with the Jordanian
ambassador lasted 25 minutes,
and Egypt's representative had
stayed 35 minutes.
Mr. Eban had told the Knesset
that Ambassador Tekoah had
instructions to raise the ques-
tion of the United Arab Repub-
lic's violations of the cease-fire
conditions in the Suez Canal
zone during his first talk with
Dr. Jarring. His revelation of
Ambassador Tekoah's instruc-
tions to renew Israeli protests
regarding the violations, and his
subsequent recall to Israel came
after Menahem Beigin (who led
the right-wing Gahal party out
of the coalition government fol-
lowing the decision to accept a
cease-fire) had voiced strong
opposition in Knesset debate, re-
peating his mistrust of Ameri-
can guarantees.
Israel, in what was viewed as
a compromise with Egyptian and
Jordanian approaches, named
Foreign Minister Abba Eba as
its chief negotiator, and U.N.
Ambassador Ycsef Tekoah as
alternate. The Ambassador will
participate in the initial stages
of the negotiations, and Mr.
Eban, who is scheduled to ad-
dress the U.N. General Assem-
bly in late October or early No-
vember, will continue the nego-
tiations when they reach the
ministerial level.
The Swedish diplomat, in his
first statement to the press in
nearly three years, noted that
Israel had named her Foreign
Minister as chief negotiator, and
said that if other foreign minis-
ters came for the the General
Assembly sessionwhich begins
Sept. 15, he would, of course, be
seeing all of them.
When it was suggested that
the talks might eventually be
held elsewhere. Dr. Jarring said
he expected to limit them to his
office on the 38th floor, the top-
most in the U.N. headquarters
building. (Elaborate security
measures have been taken, and
there is no fear of intrusion
there.)
Dr. Jarring did not rule out
the possibility of contact with
the Big Fournow holding their
own meetings in New York in
an effort to resolve the Middle
East crisisbut he did indicate
Continued on f-eoe B-A
TEKOAH ALTERNATE
Eban Representative
At U.N. Peace Talks
Israel Reports Egypt Working
On Sites To House Missiles
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Government decided today to
appoint Foreign Minister Abba
Eb in as its representative at the
: ic talks with Egypt and Jor-
dan under the auspices of Dr.
Gunnar V. Jarring. It appointed
Israels permanent representa-
tive to the United Nations' Yo-
;ef Tekoah, as Mr. Eban's alter-
nate at the talks.
Tt had previously stated that
it regarded representation at the
level of Foreign Ministers as the
only effective one, and Dr. Jar-
ring said that he shared this
view. However, this ran counter
to the wishes of the Arabs, who
are interested in the lowest pos-
sible and least conscicuous level
of representation.
The United States, meanwhile,
has been pressing for an early
i .iniiinj; of the talks, so
lengthy bargaining over the lev-
el of representation became im-
possible. The formula devised
s-wms to be a way out of this
dilemma.
Government spokesman Mi-
chael Arnon. who announced the
decision, refused to add a sin-
gle word of amplification. Israel
has now done all it expected to
do to make the opening of the
talks possible. The next step is
up to Dr. Jarring, Israel has in-
dicated that while it would pre-
fer a city other than New York
for the talks, it would accept
Dr. Jarring's decision.
The government held a 5%-
hour session devoted to a "dis-
cussion of security and political
affairs." Monday Chief of Staff
Gen. Haim Bar-Lev and Ambas-
sador to the U.S. Yitzhak Rabin,
now on home leave, were pres-
ent. The meeting was defined
as a session of the cabinet's De-
fense Committee, which pre-
cludes publication of anything
not officially announced.
In a radio interview yester-
day. Ambassador Rabin said that
American-Israeli relations were
"a friendship with liability" and
that Israel should not let her-
self be influenced b.v American
displeasure over her charges of
Egyptian truce violations. "Once
Continued en Page 11-A
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel's
last two complaints about Egyp-
tian missile construction during
the standstill cease-fire- her
fourth and fifthdealt with
work on some 15 new missile
sites, according to reliable sourc-
es. These are in addition to the
missile-equipped sites reported
by Israel on Aug. 19.
The newly-reported bases are
not yet equipped with missiles,
but their installation is a mat-
ter of only hours. This means
that since the early part of last
week Egypt has doubled, or
more than doubled, her positions
along the Suez Canal, and those
positions are effective more than
20 kilometers (12V2 miles) into
the Israeli half of the cease-fire
zone which is 50 kilometers (31
miles) wide. Israel's fifth com-
plaint was registered with the
United Nations Truce Supervis-
ion Organization (UNTSO) Sun.
Its fourth complaint was regis-
tered on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency has learned
from reliable sources in Jeru-
salem that the United States
has in fact acepcted the main
points of the Israeli charges.
But it is not yet clear whether
Washington will publicly admit
it, having gone on record as
saying the charges were "very
difficult to prove or disapprove."
The new American position,
it was learned, was conveyed to
Israel in high-level talks over
the weekend in Jerusalem and
Washington, including meetings
in the Israeli capital between
Foreign Minister Eban and U.S.
Ambassador Walworth Barbour.
It was also learned that Israel
will continue to observe the
standstill cease-fire provisions
no matter what Egypt doesas
lone; as that policy is compat-
ible with Israeli national secur-
ity.
Algerian Revealed As
Secret Service Official
Senator Fulbright Calls
For Imposed Settlement

WASHINGTON (JTA)Sen.
J. W. Fulbright, the influential
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, proposed
a U.N. imposed peace settle-
ment in the Middle East "in the
absence of a voluntary settle-
ment by the parties" early this
week.
The Senator, who has long
been considered hostile to Zion-
ism and the Jewish State, deliv-
ered his sharply worded 37-page
speech in the Senate on the eve
of Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring's at-
tempt to work out a negotiated
settlement with Israel, Egypt
and Jordan.
Sen. Fulbright observed that
the ultimate danger is that the
Arab-Israeli conflict could draw
the superpowersand thus the
entire worldinto, a nuclear
war. "The great powers," the
Arkansas Democrat said, "have
made their own special contri-
bution to the mythology of the
Middle East by infusing the
crisis with the hocus pocus of
geopolitics."
Sen. Fulbright declared that
elimination of the Arabs' wish
to threaten her should be Is-
rael's objective. "Militarism," he
added, "has gained Israel terri-
toi-y and military superiority,
but has failed to achieve what
they most want: security."
The Israeli Embassy in Wash-
ington declined to comment on
the Fulbright Middle East se-
curity plan, but it was under-
stood that Israel would not wel-
come American guarantees of
her security in the context he
outlined. This is in line with the
Israeli position that "an im-
posed solution is no solution."
The State Department said it
was not in a position to com-
ment en the Fulbright proposal,
the text of which was released
Friday, at a cloyed press confer-
ence. Its spokesman, Robert J.
McCloskey, said the Department
did not know of the proposal un-
til Saturday, but would "study
it carefully."
Meanwhile, at least one of his
fellow solons on Capitol Hill de-
nounced Sen. Fulbright for
meddling in the delicate Middle
East peace efforts. Acting Sen-
ate Republican Leader Robert
P. Griffin said, "It seems most
inappropriate to call for an im-
posed settlement before the par-
ties even have an opportunity
to negotiate."
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Is-
raeli Army spokesman has an-
nounced that Ali Bel Aziz, one
of the two Alegerians removed
from a British Overseas Air-
ways Corporation (BOAC) plane
which had stopped at Lydda
Airport 10 days ago while en-
route from Hong Cong to Lon-
don, was a high official of the
Algerian Secret Service.
Mr. Bel Aziz had been posing
as a businessman. His identity-
was discovered after the Army
had moved into the case, taking
over from civil authorities. His
companion, Maj. Khatib Jaloul,
had earlier been identified as the
head of the Algerian Secret Ser-
vice. Army spokesmen said in-
vestigation is continuing. It was
indicated in political circles that
the two Algerians may be con-
sidered prisonrs of war, as the
Algerian government has de-
clared itself to be at war with
Israel.
Two executives of the Inter-
national Federation of Airlines
Pilots Association (IFALPA),
Jim O'Grady, president and C.
Jackson, secretary, have come
here to negotiate the release of
the two men. They have met
with Arthur Lourie, the Deputy-
Director General of the Foreign
Ministry, and with Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban. Mr. Jackson
said they would stay until the
Algerians were released. If their
efforts were unavailing, he said,
other IFALPA executives will
pursue the goal of freedom for
the Algerians. He said that there
can be no question of prisoner
exchanges.
Maj. Jaloul was reported to
have had a hand in the detention
of passengers of an El Al plar.o
hijacked to Algeria two years
ago. The plane, its 42 male Is-
raeli passengers and its crew
were held in Algeria for 39 days
until exchanged for Arab terror-
ists in Israeli custody.
Two Killed
In Border
Incidents
TEL AVIV (JTA)A vehicle
being used by two surveyors for
the Tahal Water Company hit a
mine near the Lebanese border
settlement of Dovev, fatally in-
juring one, an Israeli Arab from
the village of Fassouta, Sunday.
Israeli army spokesmen say
the Lebanese border is where
terrorists are now most active.
One Israeli soldier was killed
and another injured Friday by
bazooka fire from Lebanese ter-
ritory. The same day, an Israeli
soldier was hurt when the ve-
hicle he was driving hit a mine
near Biranit, on the Lebanese
border. All activity was caused
by terrorists, however; no mili-
tary activity on the part of the
Lebanese or Jordanian armies
was reported.
An Israeli patrol east of Moa;
Chaim in the Beisan area w 11
attacked Sunday. The bazooka
and small arms fire apparently
Continued on P*y* 9-A


Tsge 2-A
*Jen1st Meridian
Friday, August 28, 1970
12,000 Students Will
Enroll In 42 Schools
.lore than 12.000 students are
i ,h :.-j to register in 42 Jewish
s ho .Is in Dado anrl Bro.vanl
Counties during the week of Au^.
31. Classes in afternoon schools
v. :i lienin Sept. H with weekend
schools opening and first sessions
at thfi Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School Sept. 12 and 13. Many
n--w classes are being formed at
the Bureau's High School of Jew-
ish Studies which will open the
iollowing week.
The College of Jewish Studies in
cooperation with the Hjllc.l Foun-
dation of the University of Miami
.ind congregations of the Soutli-
.-outmvc&t a"*1 Morth Dade areas.
v.,U l>egin registration October 20
and 21, with first sessions on Oc-
tober 27 and 29.
The Bureau has Issued a stnnd-
. d calendar for the year to al!
chtpols and revised editions of cur-
i cul i for both weekend and after-
r K>n schools.
Leonard Zilbcrt. president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, has
i-suo'1. a special message to Jewish
parents urging them to register
their children promptly in a Jew-
ish school of their choice.
m.- Bureau'a school registry Bhowa
i following:
Miami: Bet* D*vM Confrwuon.
2625 SW Srd Aw; Temnt* I-ni.-l. '
NH I9tb si.: Temple Tifcrciii Israel,
6500 ."'. -Miami Air.
Miami Beach: Beth Israel Oomrre-
v lion, T7o W. 4inh St.: Cuban Hebrew
Congregation, 12*2 Waajhlnsrton Ava.;
Hebrew Academy, 8400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Kneaxeth tarael Conaresgtlon. 418
Kuril.l Axe.; Oholel Toran School, 1.--H
Waahrngton Ave.: Irvlns J**"
Do* S.:h.ml, 727-77th Si.; S.-i.hiiPlio
.i. winli CenUr, 643 Collins Av.; Tem-
Dle Beta Bholom, 4144 ChaM Av.-.;
ivmiil- lOnwiiiu-ICl. IT'l WiishiiiKl'>n
Ave.; Temple Menorah, 5>Mf*"4"*
r.mi.i- N'i- Tamld, 790! arlyle Ave..
. -a and Miirgaret VV.-ifhau* S.I..M.I
Eban Plans Visit To U.S.
NEW YORK (JTA1 Israels
Foreign Minister Abba Eban plans
to fly here in late October or early
November to address the 25th an-
niveraary session of the U.N. Gen-
i al Assembly, it has been an-
rounced. He will also address the
Nov. 9 dinner honoring the Amcri-
. aa Committee for the Weizmann
Institute's chairman, Dewey D.
Stone, 70, and its treasurer, 90-
>ear-old Harry Levine.
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South-Southwest: Bttli David Cii-
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(Mom; BTSS SW lBtti St.; Temple Blot),
8000 .Miller Rd.; Workmen's Circle,
1546 BW 3rd St.; Southwest Hebrew
v-iidemy, SioO SW sth St.
North Dade: Temple Adath Yi-phn-
nin, lOSi SB Miami Hardens Dr.:
Beta Moshe ConurfrKaliun, 1363(1 W.
Dixie II v.)-.; ISeih Torah 'ni,nsijii -
tion. 1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.; Con-
-rr-iaiiion R'nal Raphael. 1401 K1V I
IMrU St.; Sky Lake SyiuiKogue, lSLf.l |
NB 19th Ave.; Temple Sinai, 18*01 XK \
22nd Ave.; Young Israel of tfre&tef
Miami. i'Mt NB 171 SL; Yeshiva Day
School, 090 N"E 171 St.
Hialah: Temple Tiferetli Jacob, fljl
K. Klamingo Way.
Hollywood: Temple Reth Ahm. 310
SW 62nd Ave.; Temple Iteth Kl. 13.71 j
S. 14 lb Ave.; Temple Beth Shalom.
4601 Arthur St.; Temple Israel of
Mir;.mar. S5"0 SW Gllth St.: Temple
Sinai, 1201 Johnson St.; Hillel Com-
munity Day School, 172." Monroe St.
Fort Lauderdele: Temple Reth Is-
rael. 6*7 K. Oakland Park Blvd.; Tem-
ple Minanu-Bl; 1801 K. Oakland Park
Blvd.
Pomp,ino Beach: Temple Sholom, 151
SB 3rd Ter.
Spinoza Forum Lectures
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
1 Education's September lectures
will be given by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. author of "The Road to
Icalth and Happier Living," "Live
A Hundred Years Happily." anrl
"Spinoza: A Life of Reason." The
Forum, which was founded by Dr.
Wolfson. meets each Thursday at
10 a.m. in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, at 1234 Washington
Ave. Miami Beach. Topic Thurs-
day, Sept. 3, is "Your Mind Can
Keep You Well." Sent. 10 he will
discuss "How To Keep Young Men-
tally." "Can Scii-.ice Prolong Our
Useful Years?" Sept. 17, and 'The
Breath of Life" is Sept. 24's topic.
Seniors Honoring Hall
The Senior Citizens Association
of Miami Beach will hold a si>ccial
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave., honoring Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall, State Sen.
Richard Stone and Ted Cohen. Re-
freshments and entertainment will
be provided. There is no admission
charge and the public is invited.
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Friday. August 28. 1970
+Jewlti Meridian
Page 3-A
Bureau Sets Orientation
Workshop For Teachers
The Bureau of Jewish Educa- brew Day School of Atlanta Ga.,
lion will oi>en the Jewish school and the Central Hebrew High
son With an all-day orientation School of Ussex County, N.J., and
Director of the Tcachcrs^Trainin.2;
'fnstitute of the"""Jewish lMuca-
tion Association of Essex County.
A recent lecturer at the summer
crash-training program for princi-
pals antt consultants sponsored by
the American Association for Jew-
ish Education, he is the author
of the text, "Living Hebrew," dis-
tributed by Crown Publishing Co.
The workshop is the first of a
series of workshop to be spon-
sored again this year by the Bur-
eau of Jewish Education for the
Jewish teachers of Jewish schools
in Greater Miami and Hollywood.
ADL Disappointed Over
Kirk's Use Of LaGorce
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has expressed "dis-
apiKjintmcnt" over the choice of
the LaGorce Country Club as the
site of a recent reception for Gov.
Claude Kirk.
Walter Apfelbaum, Chairman of
ADL's Executive Committee, saiff
LaGorce is a club which for years
has maintained a policy barring
Jews and Negroes from member-
ship. "Since we assume that Gov.
Kirk would under no circum-
stances want to give sanction 10
religious or racial bigotry," he
said, "we consider it important to
draw attention to this inappropri-
ate site for a reception in his
honor." The Republican National
Committee has urged all of its
State Committees to select as
meeting sites only those clubs that
arc open to all people, "regardless
of race, creed, or ethnic back-
ground," it was noted.
Workshop for Jewish teachers of
the community Tuesday, from 0:30
to 4:30 p.m. at Temple
mu-El's Sirkin Hall, 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Samuel Steinberg an education
consultant to the Jewish schools in
Essex County, N.J., will direct the
workshop, which will concern it-
jolf with: "The curriculum for
] 970-1971; what are qur objec-
tiveswhat do we expect our chil-
dren to achieve in our Jewish
schools?"
Mr. Steinberg, who was instruc-
tor at the Seminary School of Jew-
ish Studies of the Teachers Insti-
tute, Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, is a lecturer in the
School of Education, New York
University, and Mathematical Con-
sultant in the Experimental Teach-
ing Center of New York and Long
Beach, N.Y. He has been Educa-
tional Director of Westchester
Jewish Center, the Chipkin Day
School of New York City, the He-
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Volume 43
Friday. August 28. 1970
Number 35
26 AB
A Remarkable Fulbright About-Face
J. William Fulbright has been, to put it mildly, no friend
of Zionism and. by logical extension, no friend of Israel.
This fact lends special dicma to me statement issued over
the weekend by the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, for its highlight was his offer to support c
treaty under which the United States would use military
force if necessary to guarantee the territory and independ-
ence of Israel.
The proposal came in a 15,000-word speech and, ob-
viously, there is a great deal more to it than that. That
speech must be read carefully by ail involved Jews
American as well as Israelisand with an objectivity that
befits as important a document as this latest Fulbright
attack on "old myths."
Our first impression is that there is much to disagree
with in it. But there are clso strong points no Jew con-
cerned with the future cf Israel can ignore, for it involves
the peace of the world as well. Mr. Fulbright may be criti-
cal of Israel and American Zionists but he now recognizes
that a clear statement of America's support for Israel's
security and survival is the best hope for peace.
The Senator from Arkansas a number of years agD
took up the challenge to clarify what he called "myths and
realities in foreign affairs." This second edition, addressed
to the Middle East situation, has much to commend it. par-
ticularly because it will force many of us to take another
look at our own beliefs as opposed to actuality. His lates*
statement may not change our minds about how the future
should unfold in the Middle East but at the very least it
marks a significant change for him which cannot be turned
aside lighdy.
Common Action Demanded
The eighth annual American-Israel symposium spon-
sored by the American Jewish Congress developed little
that was new in a relationship among scholars that is no-
table for its frankness. The Israelis still maintain that
Israel's politics and foreign policy can be determined only
by those Jews who live in Israel, while the Americans feel
strongly that those policies, since they affect the lives of
Jews all over the world, must be their concern as well.
However, as was stated in summation, there was a
heartening aspect of the dialogue in the agreement of all
as to the importance of the unity of the Jewish people. The
interdependence of the world's communities of Jews de-
mands common cction in matters affecting our common
interest as Jews. This does not always mean agreement
with each other on guestions of national principles, but
it does mean support when Jewish lives or their way of
life is threatened.
Not A Record To Boast About
Proud of the appellation, "People of the Book.1' Jews
have not done so well in making their vast literature
available as one would hope. Although a recent study by
the Foundation for Jewish Culture turned up some impres-
sive figures about the numbers of Jewish books in general
university and seminary libraries, the figures are not guite
so impressive when they are related to synagogue and lay
libraries.
There are several thousand synagogues and Jewish
Community Centers but only about 200 of them are recog-
nized by the Jewish Book Council of America. Such cita-
tions, it should be pointed out, are given to those libraries
with collections of over a thousand volumes, permanently
housed and staffed by a librarian. This is not a record for
the "People of the Book" to boast about for books should
be available to everyone, not just scholars. The recom-
mendation that more effort must be made to advance the
cause of lay libraries is one that every cultured Jew should
endorse.
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
Just recently, the New York
Times considered the New Left
attitude toward Jews and Zion-
ism important enough to do a
lengthy article on the problem,
even beginning it on the first
peg?. Although, by chance, it
was a subject assigned to me as
a speaker at the summer work-
shop of the Florida Association
of B'nai B'rith lodges last week-
end. I have a feeling the Times
may be a little behind the times
insofar as it speaks of Jewish
youth.
This is not to say there is no
cause for concern, for with the
establi bment of Israel the tra-
lal anti-Zionism of the radi-
cal left has a different dime.n-
D Bui those who know b^th
.i and left-wing history are
aware that in Eastern Europe.
.-r. s bitterest enemies also
were Jews orominent in the
mmuntsl movements of the
-20's and '30s.
In the first place. ZkN
was a rr.2Jor political rival for
the suoport of the oppress I
Jewi -jt Russia and Poland. In
the second, the Jewish radicals
the classless society as a
way of e>capi.ng thiir Judaism
by being part of a utopia where
Hi or race did not measure
the man.
Hitler and World War II. of
course, changed all that Not
ever, the committed Comnv-
could argue that Jews should
remain in the lands in which
six million had been extermi-
nated, and the Soviet Union's
support for a Jewish state con-
vinced even the most dedicated.
Wei'., we know where the So-
viets stand now on Israel, and
we know. too. the stand of
China, which has taken the
place of Russia in the hearts of
the new militants.
It may be difficult to believe.
but the most important politi-
cal event affecting Israel in
Western politics m recent years
has been the rise of the New
Left, mainly on the campuses
of this country. France. Ger-
many and England. College-
age Jewish youth have been
prominent in these activities
and while the New Left repre-
sents only a small percentage
of students, it is estimated that
something like half of them are
Jewishagain, only a small per-
centage of the close to a half-
million Jews on campuses but.
nevertheless, a significant factor.
The reasons for young Jew-
ish radicalism are well-docu-
mented They are brought up in
what purport to be liberalor
radicalhomes and they have
reacted to what they believe is
the hypocrisy of their parents
In not living the kind of life
they advocate, whether it be on
the issues of war and race or.
believe it or not. the Jewish
values they insist their children
be taught in religious schools.
Many fail for anti-Zionism be-
cause they know nothing of an
Israel that is not- surrounded
by lavish Bond dinners or other
money-raising activities and thus
the image is the classical anti-
S<-m:iic one of the rich Jew-
allied to an imperialistic Amer-
ica.
At the eighth annual Ameri-
can-Israeli dialogue recently con-
cluded in Tel Aviv, three Har-
vard professors projected the
answer for the alienation of
many Jewish youth in the New-
Left. They said that Israel's
achievements as a social inno-
vator, not as a military success,
offer the best hope for winning
the allegiance of the collegians.
Almost a year ago. I told a
Zionist group that they had to
share the blame for failing to
tell it like it really Is aS t
Israel. That rather than f> g
a mini-Japan to attract wealthy
investors. Israel really or-
of the few nations in the word
where social experimentation .-
taking place. That ttw. kfbbutt
still remains the only triable ex-
ample of a decentralized, anar-
chist-socialist society, the kind
the young say they want
I don't know if
look at the real Israel wou I
alienate the older, wealthier p-
pieand heaven knows the m n-
ey is needed therebjt that < :
ferent look is needei If we a.
to comir.ee our young who-
of the New Left or not. t
what has kept Israel
millenial beliefs of the Je'.-.
value* that transcer.i mat-.:
wealth, important a^ Bond*
UJA are.
It i* interesting to note in i
optimistic vein the more rec
dc-. I of Isrv
Jewish radical groups ^n Am ri-
can campuses in the
unquestionably a reaction to
anti-Israel posture of the N
Left. From Berkeley to Bos:
Btudents whose anti-estabnsh-
mcn*. credentials are clear.
now publishing "aaidergTOur 1'
newspapers, creating Jewish
study groups of their own ar.
in at least one instance, tun :
convinced their college to p
credit for six month; spent on a
kibbutz.
As the generation of Jews
who lived through '.lie holo-
caust and the establishment of
the State of Israel fides, the
strength of American Jewry's
ties to the rest of the world is
bound to weaken ar.d. perhaps,
disappear. Unless we show, as
well as tell, our young that Ju-
daism and the state which now
stands as Ha viable >ymbo!,
somehow are diffcrer.c
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Despite the
euphoria generated by the cease-
fire, questions that are very
dark and very big still have to
be asked about Soviet aims in
the Middle East.
With just a hint of whistling
in the graveyard, the State De-
partment insists that the So-
viets now want a "political set-
tlement" of the Arab-Israeli con-
flict. No doubt this is perfectly
THE T^0J*\N DOVE
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true, but it is also perfectly
meaningless.
Any fool can imagine political
settlements that would doom
Israelif the Israelis accepted
themjust as surely M the Mu-
nich agreement doomed Czecho-
slovakia. Of course the Soviets
and their Arab allies will be de-
lighted by this kind of political
settlement, but will they be sat-
isfied with anything less?
The Soviets and Egyptians.
have publicly said that they will
not be satisfied with anything
lea*. The stated conditions ir.
their recent joint communique
are Israeli withdrawal from all
the occupied territories, plus
free readmission to Israel for ail
Palestinian refugees. The result-
ing combination of nearly inde-
fensible frontiers with a multi-
tude of enemies in their midst
would surely mean doom for the
Israelis.
"Nothing Ut a bargaining po-
sition." murmurs the State De-
partment about the Soviet-Egyp-
tian communique. But is that
all it is? We must wait to set
the answer: but meanwhile, it is
most unwise to ignore the grim
potential meaning of the extra-
ordinary moves the Soviets made
in the 10 days before the cease-
fire.
These moves, first described
in the two previous reports in
this soace. can be briefly re-
capitulated. First, the Soviets
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League Plans Tfotemobiie ,o brjng a .votemobi!<. wl
if Women Voter* of formatjon about candidates and
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EDITOR, Ttv- InM Floridian:
The strategy and the heroism of
Army Is being pi i
and acknowledged by military e.\-
r> rt= as the most excellent exam-
, for atudy patterna at military
The pcrformanoe of the
pOoti of the Israeli Air Force Is
especially noteworthy for their
< ikfll and bravery in their
.;. ortiei -.: ...-.-t nnaeQe has* -
which are deployed and manned by
t. usl in experts.
; comparing th- odds of an
er r. v with which they are con-
fronted) outnumbering them forty
to o .: can appreciate the de-
of courage and hereian of
\ I -,.:.<:-. Moreover.
0 y ,.r encountering a super-
power, the Soviet Union, which :
mak reliable to the Ai ib
si t- who are at war with Israel;
tl sir know-how and ophiatJ-
a b armamenta for the purpose
of destroying the Jewish State, ihe
only bastion of democracy in that
area
Doubtless the performance o?
\: Israeli Aimed Forces in th'-
1 ce >l such formidable enemies
boa to do with their training and
education as well as their con-
\ !tk>n that they are fighting a
v ir for their light to survive as a
free people in their homeland.
Thos who want to credit the
I ,. y, courage and strategic per-
formances of the new Jewish b
tbe ';(, are the product of
tl third Jewish commonwealth,
v hi]! overlook the historic fact
loiters r
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Those- who died at the stake in j
he Middle Ages, or in the gas.
chambers of the Nazis in the,
twentieth century, were not brok-
n spiritually; they died knowing
that their human rights were vio-
l.ited. The Jewish partisans in thej
forest and ghetto fighters of the
, Nazi em are twin brothers of the
Jewish soldier of today who is on;
i watch at the borders of the Jo ..-;-,
; home-land. They had the same com-
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1 rnotal standards which makes the
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tinued existence of the Jewish I
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Russian Jews who are helpless!)
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their exposure to the brutality of
a super power against its minority
citizens. The supression and per- .
secution of 53 years of tyranny
has not silenced them and they
still defy their rulers' plans to
extinguish the.n. The daring step!
of signing petitions to the Su- (
premo Soviet demanding their
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rael carries unimaginable conse-
quences which can only take j.lace
in a nightmarish totalitarian sys-
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Th constant persecutions, th--
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the Soviet authorities. The Jews
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world lacks moral conscience
where the Jews are concerned.
In view of this tyrannical su-.
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the Russian Jews demanding the
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Miami-Dade Junior College To Staff New
Nursing School At Mount Sinai Hospital
Moun
1 Sini Hospital's School of, demolition of the old buildinf
Practical Nursing was to hold its
fjnal graduation exercises Thurs-
day hringing to a close a project
which hegan 19 ** ago when.
thc hospital's Auxiliary enrolled
Six students for a year's training
| to becontC licensed practical nurses.
Through the years, it has grown
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ing "class will consist of 42 stu-
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capacity.
Accredited both on a state and
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Veterans Administration, the
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A total of 632 men ami women
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Mrs Carmen F. Ross, director of
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Podiatric Medicine, was one of the
Francisco Conclave
loot specialists attending; his wife,
meetings held simult
the American Society
ancously t
of Podiat /
io mere coineidenee that
Al Sepe chose to ma
against Judge'
Carting Stedman for?
Criminal Court Judge,
r
Al Sepe believes that concern for they
rights of victims of crime must regain
its paramount place in the Courts of
our State; Otherwise violence in our \
streets will become the common lawy
I Al Sepe believes that the war
against crime must be won in the
Courtroom and no criminal should^
escape justice because of artificial
or meaningless technicalities in the)
law as has been happening for the}
past four years.
j. For 14 years, Al Sepe has been a
great Assistant State Attorney. He
has been a fierce fighter in the battle
against narcotics. And a firm believer;
that the place to change laws is in.
the Legislature. And not the ,
Courtroom.
\ This year, Al Sepe received the
'Florida Prosecuting Attorney's first,
distinguished service award.,
Me deserved the honor.
He deserves your vote. "
Vote for Sepe for Criminal Court;
Judge.,
P.
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vxa "
I SsaV
^bepe
is something
al.
^Pmd for by the committee to rfect Al Sepe, Criminal Court Judge^
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Taqe 8-A
"Jewlsf>noricUatr?
Friday. August 28, 197Q
Governor Rockefeller To Address
Opening Of ZOA Convention
NEW YORK__ New York Gov. also coordinator of Inter-Ameri-;
Nelson A. Rockefeller will.addressI can Affairs and Assistant Secre-j
the opening session of the 73rd; tary of State for American Repub-,
^ lie Affairs. In that post, he or-
ganized the Inter-American Con- j
ference on War and Peace in Mex-
lOO City and participated in the j
founding of the United Nations at j
San Francisco. Now Chairman of!
the National Governors' Confer-|
ence Committee on Human Re- j
sources, he was appointed by Pres-1
ident Johnson as a member of the
Advisory Commission on Inter-1
[ governmental Relations in 1965,
; and reappointed in 1967.
President Nixon appointed him
, to the National Foreign Intelli-
I gence Advisory Board and Gov.
Rockefeller undertook a special
fact-finding mission to Latin Amer-
ica last year at his request.
ZOA President Jacques Tor-
czyner, will speak at the opening
! meeting according to an announce-
1 ment by Dr. Harry F. Wechsler,
; chairman of the National Con-
vention Committee; Rabbi Irving
1 Miller, a past president of the
ZOA, Will preside at the session.
Israeli leaders coming here es-
pecially for the ZOA convention
will include Dr. Elimelech Rimalt.
former minister of the Israel cabi- j
net and prominent General Zionist I
.eader, and Knesset member S. Z
Abramov of Tel Aviv, who will
Speak at a Friday afternoon ses-
sion on 'Zionist Ideology in the
Seventies." Also speaking at that
session will be Prof. Howard L.
Adelson, chairman of the Depart-
ment of History of the City Col-
lege of New York.
Dr. Rimalt. a leader of the Lib-
eral Party, will address a Satur-
day night session devoted to a re-
view of Israel's political and se-
irritv tu*Wtl in tho Mi^lo Pa't
Joining him will be Dr. Emanucl
Neumann, chairman of the Jewish
Agencv-American Section and
president of the World Union of
General Zionists; and Herman L
Wcisman, chairman of the ZOA
Administrative Board. Dr. Max
Nussbaum, a past president of the
ZOA, will preside at this conven-
tion session.
Israel Cabinet Minister Shimon
Peres will address the ZOA con-
I clave on Aliya at a 3 p.m., Satur-
| day Oneg Shabbat.
Another highlight of the con-
vention will be addresses by Sen.
Jacob K. Javits of New York and
| Israels Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
at the closing banquet, Sunday
evening in honor of the noted
7i>;st 'pader. Jaroues Torczvncr.
president of the ZOA. who is corn.
pleting his tenure la office. Jfe
Weisman will preside.
Friday morning, Harry Torczy.
ner. chairman of the National Pub.
lie Affairs Committee of the ZOA,
will preside at a review of ZOA
public affairs programs and a pro.
jection of activities for the coming
year. Arnold R. Ginsburg. co-chair-
nun of the committee and Rabbi%
Joseph P. Sternstein. a member
of the ZOA Administrative Boaid,
will introduce and lead the oi.
cussion at this meeting.
Leon Hutovich. national ox. ou-
tive director of the ZOA, will ad-
dress the convention Sunday mnrn.
ing. He will review and evaluate,
the Organization's progress for
the past year.
I
1

| 60V. MtLSOM fOCXmUM
National ZOA Convention. Thurs-
day evening. Sept. 3, in New-
York City. The governor, who is
considered an expert in foreign af-
fairs, is expected to discuss the
s:tuation in the Middle East be-
fore more than 1.000 delegates
from throughout the nation, who
will attend the ZOA's national
conclave. He will be introduced
by New York attorney general
Louis J. Lefkowitz.
Speaking at the 12:30 p.m. Fri-
day session will be Arthur J. Gold-
berg, who has served his country
as Secretary of Labor, Supreme
( ml Justice and Ambassador to
Ihe United Nations. Mr. Goldberg.
a man well-versed in foreign af-
Irais. will discuss the tensions in
Ihe Middle East. Mortimer May. a
last president of the ZOA, will be
presiding at the meeting.
Gov. Rockefeller, who has serv-
ed a number of Presidents in the
. I of foreign affairs, was a s:>"C-
asaiatant to the President fo^
foreign affairs during the Eiscr.-1
fcower Administration. He was
Talks Begin on
Peace Plan
Con't from Page 1-A
they would not figure predom-
inantly in his procedures.
Guarded optimism prevailed in
New York as the first concerted
diplomatic effort to attain peace
between Israel and her Arab
neighbors in 22 years got under
way. But tension continued to
mount between Arab govern-
ments and the terrorist organi-
zation particularly in Lebanon
and Jordan, where open fighting
flared between forces approving
and those opposing the cease-
fire agreements of Egypt and
Jordan.
In Lebanon, the embattled
government drew support from
Lebanese nationalists, who sup-
port Nasser's acceptance of the
IML peace plan; the Jordanian
army was placed on the alert
as Palestinian terrorists fought
with pro-Hussein units in the
streets of Amman, and Jordan's
government was also said to be
under pressure from the esti-
mated 12,000 Iraqi troops on
Jordanian soil.
Algeria withdrew its forces
from the Suez Canal area, where
tJiey had been supporting U.A.R.
troops, and pledged its support
to the Palestinian guerrillas.
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+Jewish fhrkUam
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Attorneys Request Permission To Attend Soviet Trial
WASHINGTON Four prom:-
cnt' attorneys have cabled the
Ifet Unions chief prosecutor for
rrmi ,nd the trials of 21 Soviet citizens
,(i 0[ them Jewsarrested on
flairs of treason June 15 in
Leningrad. The attorneys said they
Eld volunteered their services at
\ V request of B'nai Brith, whose
Religious School
Teachers In Retreat
Explore Techniques
Some 54 classroom teachers and
specialists from Temple Israel of
Greater Miami's Religious School
will spend the weekend at a Key
Biscayne retreat exploring com-
munications techniques, it has
jVcn announced.
The annual workshop, in prep-
ration 'or tnc ^P*-12'13 <>Pento8
pi Temple Israel's school, will be
Under the direction of Dr. Walter
and. assisted by Dr. Norman En-
fein. Mrs. Margot Silvcrman and
IWrs. ElliC Lipton.
' The aim is for the teachers to
examine and become aware of
their own feelings about Judaism
US well as to develop sensitivity
and skills that will strengthen the
Jewish commitment of the school
children. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, the
temple's senior rabbi, Assistant
Ratbi Harry Tabachnikoff, and
; i Jacob Bornstein, director
Ol srhool, will speak on various
f s of "identity" during the
f] -day session.
. p. continuation of its experi-
mental work in new techniques.
Ti mple Israel's religious school j
[will begin a Choice Learning Lab I
ti: children ia .Grades 5} through 8
this year. They will have the op- \
pcrtunity of working on indepen-
dent, programmed learning proj-
ect:- with a variety of media. Art,
creative writing, visuals, Hebrew
and literature will be among the i
en as from which they can choose
ul receiving their religious educa- (
-tion.
The program is an expansion of
Buccessful 8th and 9th grade pilot '
courses which were primarily in
1he audio-visual area. Some of the
work done by Temple Israel stu-
dents has been reproduced for use
iif learning tools in other Reform
Jewish congregations throughout
the country, Cantor Bornstein re-
ported.
aid was solicited by relatives in
Israel of eight of the arrested
persons.
Three of the lawyers
Myer Feldman, a White House
counsel in the Kennedy and John-
son administrations; Joseph L.
Rauh, Jr., a leading advocate in
the field of human rights; and
Cifford L. Alexander, Jr., former
chairman of the Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity Commission
told a press conference recently
that their purpose, in conformity
with the U.N. Declaration on Hu-
man Rights, was to assure a "fair
trial for the accused in the Soviet
closed society." Warren Woods,
who is prominent in labor rela-
tions, was the fourth lawyer who
signed the cable sent to R. A.
Rudenko, general prosecutor of the
U.S.S.R.
They cabled Mr. Rudenko that
the Soviet press has carried only
the briefest mention of the arrests,
and there has been no public ac-
count of the fate of the persons ar-
rested. "We are concerned," the ca-
ble said, "over reports of official re-
taliations against Jews who ap-
ply, as is their right under Soviet
law, for permission to emigrate
from the country, particularly if
their destination is Israel.
"We hope all the reports of re-
cent instances of incarceration of
political dissenters in lunatic asy-
lums are exaggerated and that
this is not involved in the charges
against the 21 arrested persons,"
it said. "At any rate, only a visit
can reassure the relatives."
A copy of the cable had been
sent to Soviet Ambassador Anatoli
F. Dobrynin, asking his assist-
ance in expediting the request to
interview the arrested persons, or
at least their counsels, and to at-
tend their trials "without prejudg-
ing the guilt or innocence of the
defendants."
At the press conference, held in
B'nai B'rith headquarters here.
Mr. Feldman said there had been
no response yet from Soviet offici-
als and thus there could be only
"speculation" on the reasons for
the arrests. "It is unfair to criticize
the Soviet Union until more is
known." he said, "and that is what
we're trying to do."
"A negative response by the
Soviet Union," Mr. Rauh said,
would be the most damaging thing
they can do to their credibility.
Watchful outside intervention." he
added, "can give the accused per-
sons a chance at a fair trial. Oth-
erwise these will be faceless peo-
ple going down the drain."
At least 25 Jews have been ar-
rested in various parts of Russia
in recent weeks, apparently be-
cause they signed letters, pub-
lished abroad, appealing for aid
to emigrate to Israel. The alleged
arrests were reported by Avra-
ham Harman, president of the
Hebrew University, and S. Z. Ab-
ramoff, a Knesset member, co-
chairmen of the Israel Council for
Soviet Jewry.
Reports of Jews being arrested
have come to the Council from
the Caucasus, Kishiviev, Kharkov
and Leningrad since an alleged
attempt to hijack a Soviet air-
liner at Leningrad Airport two
months ago. The purported hi-
jackers were described at the time-
as Russian dissidents, including
several Jews who wanted to leave
Russia.
Ten Jews in Kiev have asked
Premier Golda Meir to grant them
Israeli citizenship. Their letter,
bearing signatures and street ad-
dresses, said the writers were ap-
plying for Israeli citizenship
though still in Russia, in order to-
"give you the right to defend'^iur
interests and to undertake 'hny
measures directed at our speed-
iest departure for Israel."
Copies of the letter were sent
to United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral U Thant, the World Jewish
Congress, the International Or-
ganization of Concentration Camp
Inmates and Resistance Fighter*
and the parliaments of countries
that have ratified the UN's con-
vention on the abolition of racial
discrimination. The letter writers
claimed they had submitted all
necessary applications for emi-
gration to Soviet authorities but
were refused without explanation.
Another plea from Soviet Jews
received by Premier Meir read in
part: I, Gurevich Sarra Khatske-
levna, live in the U.S.S.R. in Mos-
cow with my husband (Eduard
Davidovich Khatskelevna). In Is-
rael live my mother and father
... I am an only daughter ami
I have no near relatives in th
U.S.S.R. ... We in Moscow for
about a year have been trying to
get from the U.S.S.R. a permit to
go to our parents, but have re-
ceived motiveless refusals every-
where ..." ____
The prophet Mieah tells us,
"It luith been told thee, oh Man. what is good
And what the Lord doth require of thee.
Only to do justice, to love mercy, and to walk
humbly with thy God.,9
Two Killed
In Border
Incidents
Don't from Page 1-A
came from east of the Jordan
River. The Nahal Kalya settle-
ment on the northern edge of
the Dead Sea was the target of
e Katyusha rocket attack on
Saturday.
Saturday night, an electric
pylon in Gaza's main street was
sabotaged. Electric service was
interrupted for some time before
the damage eould be repaired.
The Suez Canal front remain-
ed quiet except for three shots
which were fired from Egypt s
side of the waterway. No injur-
ies or damage resulted, and the
lire was not returned._________
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I WILL ALWAYS TEMPER JUSTICE WITH MERCY, UNDERSTANDING AND COMPASSION
IN THE TRADITION OF OUR ANCESTORS.
| WILL ADMINISTER JUSTICE WITH HUMILITY AND ALWAYS WITH THE KNOWLEDGE
THAT THE INDIVIDUAL BEING JUDGED WAS CREATED IN THE IMAGE OF GOD
AND MIGHT BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD BE ME.
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Friday, August 28, 1970


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Making The Right Choice
fabbi landau
By RABBI SOL LANDAU
"Tliis is my life and I can do
with it as I sec fit" how
often do we he;ir this kind of state-
ment? Yet, is it
valid? Did we
ask to come in-
to this world and
do we individu-
ally have power
to stay on this
planet forever?
Does this mean
that freedom of
will is an illu-
sion?
The Torah
lesson of R'Kh
puts the basic
position of Judaism on the lino
when it charges: '"Behold, I set
before you this day blessing and
curse ." (Dcut. 11:23). Such
a challenge immediately precludes
notions of fatalism and predesti-
nation; it removes concepts of
original sin and vicarious atone-
ment. It recognises the rabbinic
observation: 'perforce you are
born, and perforce you die," but
holds strongly to the capacity of
choice piven to every human.
True, this choice is severely
limitedfor man cannot decide
that he is born nor even determine
his race, religion, family, sex, his
real IQ and innate talents. How-
ever, man has the option to direct
his life with these and other re-
strictions.
The Biblical lesson not only de-
fines the nature of Jewish philoso-
phical position but also describes
its consequences: blessing or curse
In fact this further narrows man's
freedom of will, for life is the re-
sult of: "Learn to do well; seek
justice, relieve the oppressed, judge
the fatherless, plead for the wid-
ow." The curse comes about as
Isaiah further elaborates: "If ye be
willing and obedient, ye shall eat
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
26 AB 7:24
the good of the land; but if ye re-
fuse and rebel ... for the mouth
of the Lord hath spoken."
Daily we are confronted with dra-
matic examples of the consequences
of the wrong choice which have
turned into a curse for humanity:
polluted air, poisoned waters, bar-
ren terrain, famished soil. Cen-
turies of injustices are exploding
violently and setting communities
against each other in stark cruel-
ty. Can alienated youth identify,
suffering the results of disorienta-
tion found in their parental homes,
be penalized forever by worship
of a false god?
The "S'hma," which has at-
tained the place of the religious
pledge of allegiance lii Judaism, is
centered on the challenge "hear."
Israel is asked to rehear daily,
and then reconfirm that God is
Oneness and thus is His world.
"Hear and your soul shall live"
exclaims the prophet. However
this week's Torah message ad1-
dresses all ("you") but directs it
to the individual "behold" or "see."
Look at the record of history
especially the contemporary scene
and you will see that it is in
your power to choose life or death
"the blessing, if you will hearken
and the curse if ye shall not
hearken."
The world cannot be changed
unless you "hear" and "see."
Miami Conservatory
Begins 50th Season
The Miami Conservatory, headed
I by Thomas Armour, director, has
: begun its 50th season of music and
I nance classes. Instruction is being
| offered in piano, voice, clarinet,
I 'lute, accordion and guitar as well
! i.: ballet.
Mr. Armour, Robert Pike and
1 Patricia Linton comprise the ballet
I faculty; music department faculty
includes Lillian Bennett, Jose
; Costa. Esther Hildebrand, Perry
North. Roy Oliver. Mona Redman.
Winifred Ross. Marcie Sullivan.
Harry Volpe and Ruth Wilson.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
R'eh
By RABBI SAMTEL J. FOX
Why Is it forbidden to enter the
locution originally occupied by
the Holy Temple, even today,
when there is no Temple there?
The area occupied by the Holy
Temple was one which commanded
reverence. This is based on a pas-
sage in the Bible which states:
"Thou shalt revere my Holy
Places." (Leviticus 19:30). This
was considered a way of revering
the Almighty himself. One of the
ways in which the place was rev-
ered was thnt no one was
allowed to go there if he had no
special function to perform there
in fulfillment of a Divine Com-
mandment (Maimonides, Beth Ha-
bechirah 7:2).
Therefore, since no one has any
function to perform there in ful-
fillment of a Divine Command-
ment, it is considered disres|>ect-
ful and a violation of a Biblical
Commandment to enter there.Fur-
thermore, anyone Who had been in
contact with ritual impurities was
never allowed to enter. This, like-
wise, would preclude our entering
today.
What is the meaning of the
name Jerusalem?
The Targum on the book of
Genesis translates the word "Shal-
om" as Jerusalem. "Shalem" was
the name given to this kingdom
of Malkizedek. The Midrash (Gene-
sis Rabbah, 561 claims that one of
the sons of Noah called this
city "Shalem" and Abraham later
called it "Yeraeh." The combina-
tion of both names gives us the
name Jerusalem.
The word "Shalem" means peace
or wholesomeness, while the word
"Yeraeh" means reverence. The
combination, Jerusalem, thus
means that the city was a place
of peace and reverence. There are
some critics who claim that the
original name was "Jebus," a name
which it was later called when the
: "Jebusites" owned it. Many have
'. refuted this argument on a num-
I ber of ground-;.

R'EH__If there appears among you a prophet or a dream-
diviner and he gives you a sign or a portent, saying, ".'feet us
follow and worship another god"whom you have not ex'ieri-
enced and the sign or portent that he named to you comes true:
! do not heed the words of that prophet or that dream-diviner. For
the LORD your God is testing you to see whether you really love
the LORD your God with all your heart and soul.
Follow none but the LORD your God, and revere none but
Him; observe His commandments alone, and heed only His orders;
worship none but Him, and hold fast to Him. As for that prophet
or dream-diviner, he shall be put to death, for he uttered false-
hood about the LORD your God- who freed you from the land of
Egypt and who redeemed you from the house of bondageto
make you stray from the path that the LORD your God com-
manded you to follow. Thus you will sWecp out evil from your
midst.
You are children of the LORD your God. You shall not gash
yourselves or shave the front of your heads because of the dead.
For you are a people consecrated to the LORD your God: the
LORD your God chose you from among all other peoples on earth
to be His treasured people.
You shall not eat anything abhorrent. These arc the animals
that you may eat: the ox, the sheep and the goat; the deer, the
gazelle, the roebuck, the wild goat, the ibex, the antelope, the
mountain sheep and any other animal that has true hoofs which
are cleft in two and brings up the cudsuch you may eat.
Hence, of those that bring up the cud or have true hoofs
which are cleft through, you may not cat: the camel, the hare,
and the daman, for although they bring up the cud, they have no
true hoofs; they are unclean for you. Also the swine, for although
it has true hoofs, it does not bring up the cud; it is unclean for
you. You shall not eat of their flesh or touch their carcasses.
These you may eat of all that live in water: you may eat
anything that has fins and scales. But you may not eat anything
that has no fins and scales: it is unclean for you.
(Deut. 13:2-6; 14:1-10).
Teen Volunteer' To Be Named Saturday
The "Teen Volunteer of the
Year" will be named at the an-
nual Awards Luncheon sponsored
by the Women's Auxiliary of Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital Satur-
day.
President Mrs. Byron Sparber
has appointed a Judges' Committee
headed by Barbara Ashe. director
of Volunteer Services, and Mis.
Doran Zinner, a past president of
the Auxiliary, to make the selec-
tion of the winner.
Cedars will give their Blue Ser-
vice Award pin to volunteers who
have completed 500 hour.;, and
scrolls for 300 hours, a "Teen Pin"
for 100 hours, and the chevron-bar
for 50 hours of service.
Tho top Teen Volunteer is cho-
sen for sustained service at a high
level of competence and a demon-
stration of initiative, ability to
learn hospital procedures and reg-
ulations, and outstanding person-
ality and leadership qualities.
Some 35 teen-agers who hejpr-l
hospital personnel in the past War
will be eligible for awards! A
written common;'..it ion is forward-
ed to the High School of enc'i
award winner for inclusion in tlv ir
permanent school record.
Youth Group Meeting
College age youth are lriMfrtl
to attend the first ATID Youth
Group meeting of the year ;it
Beth Torah Synagogue. 1050 Tv
Miami Beach Blvd., Wednesday at
7:30 p.m.
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE CMEV-!2333 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
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BETH AM (TEMPLE,. 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Bavmgard, Cantor Micheai
Kyrr. t
BETH DAVID. Z826 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipion. 4
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. The
Is My life
Halt, snn of
Altfield. 7:45
SW 17ti Ave. Ortho-
olomon Schiff 5
. Saturday 9 a.m. and
BETH
do*.
Friday
6:30 p.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. 'Cantor Ben Dickson 6
Krida> at ransel Saturday S:45 a.m.
Scrmoii: "Rut We Demand Peace."
Bar Mitzvah: Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Wexler. 6:4.1 p.m. Portion
of I.tW. 1:\:< p.m. Sermon; "Peace.
Uut Thar* Is No Peaoe."
BETH TOV (TempleT M38 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkee
Friday J7 p.m. Saturday 9 a m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Mumi. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Joseph R NaroL
Fridav s:l". p.m Perm.-n: "Back To
SchoolForward to Crtrts?"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3176 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drarin Canter Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 6.30 p.ro. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Are We Making The Proper
Choices?"
OB OLOM nwV~>7 8755 SW H*t
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantar Benjamin Ban Art IS
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami,
Ave. Conservative
14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative
RabDi Maurice Klein. IS
Friday 7:11 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Bar Mitxvah: ijllis Brown. Followed
by Kiddush.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy.
Friday 7:30 p.m. C.8.T. Hordrcomlng:
Service*. Saturday 9 a.m. 7:Sti p.m.
Bar Mitzvah: J.-ffr.y I-iuretice Sicgel.
NOBTrl ntlAMl
BETH MOSHE CONurtEGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirscherlbawifl. 35
MIA..,. dEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
Vy. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 1*
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Slferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
ivid Raab. Canter Saul Breeri 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kron.sh. Cantor David Conviser 21
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BETH TFILAM. 936 ESKlid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi joteph E. Riekev.
sty. ____ 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
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Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 am. and 7
p.m. Meal' lis followed by lecture.
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Rabbi Dew Rosencwaifl- 23
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mon: "The High Holy Days Are
Approaching. How Shall We Pre-
pare For Them?"
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Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grnss 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
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Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr Cantor Nico Feldrhan 28
NER1AMID (TeirLL,, dOth St. and
Tatam Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
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Orthodox. Rabbi Pnineas Weber-
man. 30
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CONGREGATION ETC CHAIM, 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
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Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lemer. 38
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18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph f. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 11:15 p.m. Sermon: "Don't Say
Teacher. Say M-.n-h." Followed by
Onear Sliabbat honoring Mr. Seymour
Packard. Saturday U>:3 am.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan. 38
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mrfii: "Men and Women Are They
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p.m. Miiu'ha.
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Rabbi Naftali Porush. 30
Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
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M. Gardner.
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Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
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Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
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Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. J
Friday R:13 p.m. Mr. Morton- 1.
Abram will conduct services and'de-
liver a Sermonette.
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Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
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+Jenislh fhrSdliain
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[ban Representative At U.N. Peace Talks
Con'! BW PaKe 1_A
, bmeU iroveniment has made
its mind." he said. "It should
hcrP to its declared policy."
,he United States, as the inili-
\v of the standstill cease-fire,
paid take a firm i>osition on
, violation charges, and Israel
s the right to demand that it
'so Gen. Rabin asserted. Put

Peace Will Boost
Egypt's Economy
PARIS (JTAt Egypt's
President Gamal Abdel Nas-
ser re|)ort meeting of the Executive
Committee <>f the Egyptian
Arab Socialist Union the na-
tion's only political party,
that peace with Israel is not
just a tactical move, but a
, major strategic aim which
will enable Kgypt to reorga-
nize its economy. The daily
lewspaper Le Monde said in
la report from special Cairo
[correspondent Eric Rouleau,
'"All Egypt, iwpular masses
and ruling circles alike, arc
in favor of the peace settle-
ment and eagerly await it."
while acknowledging policy dif-
ferences between the two coun-
tries, he reiterate^ bis previous
remark that "the United Stales
is Israel's only friend in the
world today." and added, "Even
if the United States had thought
seriously about asking for the
removal of the (newly-empl.ic-
edi missiles (in Egypti, I doubt
if they could effect it even if
they wanted to."
The government was said to
be taking "a serious view" of
Egypt's objections to United
States satellite supervision of
cease-fire observance (Slate De-
partment spokesman Robert J.
McCloskey said Friday that the
U.S. would noi cease its high-
level surveillance, apparently by
U-2 planes. "I've said before
that we would continue." he said,
'and I will stand on that.")
The Knesset, which went into
slimmer recess last week, held
a special session Tuesday. The
session was forced by three op-
position parties Gahal. the
State List and the Free Center
which collected the necessary
signatures for the move. The
three seek delates on the .status
of Israeli-Ameiican relations in
the wake of the new missile-
moving controversy. The Knesset
will also be asked to vote into
law the fiscal measures recently
adopted by the Treasury.
Premier Cioldu Mfltr has said
Israel Is "heading towards so-
called |ir:u i- negotiations with
the sineere desire and hope of
reaching pMMfl agreements," but
that her nation was "determined
to defend every single right ex-
iieUy as all powerful nations
have the right to defend their
security*"
She told 500 delegates to the
Israel Bond Organization con-
ference that Israel wanted "real
peace and not make-believe set-
tlements," so that "fu'ure gen-
erations will not have to go to
war again and again. That."
sue said, "Is my country's sacred
duty to our yourg people and
the children of future genera-
tions. But." she cautioned, "if
our friends in the world want
the negotiations to be fruitful,
they must do everything so that
Israel can sit at the negotiations
table as a strong slate and not
as a weak one."
Israel's friends, she continued,
"have a choice cither help us in
our struggle or see us struggle
alone. In that connection," she
added, "we arc not fooling our-
selves about the brutal power
of the Soviets that stands against
us in addition to Arab power.
I do trust our pilots." she de-
clared. "I trust our boys in the
trenches, our children in the
shelters and their mothers. I
trust the people of Israel, who
are not panicking although they
are not fooling themselves about
the so-called peace negotiations.
I trust the Jewish people and I
trust you."
onto their military secrets with
all their strength, even to the
point of avoiding medical treat-
ment that might act to draw the
information out off them. The
Premier said Israel must remain
strong because at the first sign
of weakness she will lose all hei*
"friends."
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*Jenisfi Floridliair
Friday, August 28.
This Week In History
m
(From the files of the Jewish
T.IJBJrnphic A*noy)
40 V.-nrs Ajro This Week: 1930
The World Zionist Organiza-
tion's Actions Committee refused
Dr. Chaim Weizmann's offer to
resign as WZO president after he
caused a sensation by declaring:
"We must agree to Palestine be-
coming a bi-national state. It is
impossible to continue the talks
about a Jewish state as we did
during the period when the world
was engaged" in war Two na-
tions must exist in Palestine."
Maurice Schwartz (whose Yid-
dish Art Theatre of New York
closed for lack of support, an-
nounced he would relocate it in
Philadelphia.
Dr. Sigmund Freud won the
1930 Goethe Prize.
The East Side Chamber of Com-
merce said 75 percent of the busi-
nesses in that New York area
were in Jewish hands despite an
exodus.
Dr. Paul Goebbels. a National
Socialist member of the Reich-
stag, was given a six-week jail
term for libelous published re-
marks about Berlin's Jewish police
chief.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1960
The Zionist Organization of
America urged Washington to "un-
dertake a new initiative to bring
Israel and the Arab states into
direct negotiations at the peace
table."
The State Department, while
warning Kuwait against "unwar-
ranted" jy;essure j?n American
buJfhe'sses* to*sup*pGPl*,ihe Arabs'
boycott of Israel, said the pres-
sure was not an "unfriendly act"
because it "was not directed
against the United States as such."
Foreign Minister Golda Meir
said Israel would provide 1,030
scholarships for studies there by
African and Asian students.
Alpha Tau Omega, a top fra-
ternity, said it would "cooperate
with university authorities in
their anti-discrimination rulings,"
but that its "traditional member-
ship" probably would not change.
George Lincoln Rockwell and
seven American Nazi "stormtroop-
ers" were convicted in Washing-
ton Municipal Court on two counts
of disorderly conduct in connec-
tion with anti-Semitic rallies. New
York State Supreme Court Jus-
tice Henry Epstein rejected Rock-
well's p'.ea to speak in Union
Square because the resultant "pub-
lic disorder and riot" would put
the rally beyond "the reasonable
scope of the Bill of Rights."
Premier Hazza al-Majali of Jor-
dan was assassinated with a time
bomb.
The Anti-Defamation League
warned Jews to ignore the "un-
substantiated rumors" that Presi-
dential candidates John F. Ken-
nedy and Richard M. Nixon had
'anti-Semitic bias."
Two rabbinic leaders said the
Czech and Hungarian regimes ex-
pected their Jewish communities
to disappear because they are
"convinced that religion cannot
long endure in the climate of a
society that vigorously pursues a
policy of materialistic atheism."
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+Jewisli FkrkKar
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:r:
[ndeis Zionist To install Its Officers
ndcis Zionist District of Temple Ner Tamid's president and
Rrich will install its new !s a life member of the Zionist Or-
for the year 1970-1971 at sanization of America, will serve
, meeting Monday, Sept. 7, as installation officer. Mr. Shaw
Washington Federal Audi- is a founder of Mount Sinai Hos-
IH3 Iljrmnirt- P- uitaLa benefactor of the Kfar Sil-
Associatos president %r- *er A'gricultural School, AshkeloB,
Israel; and a Fellow of Brandeis
UnivertUy.. *.,. *,
lx Associ
Shaw, who also serves as
*4L
Continued From Page 4-A
:
times sent their own MIG-
flown by Russian pilots, to
k Israeli aircraft operating
Egyptian front,
nd, the Soviets and Egyp-
iointly moved forward
-2 and SAM-3 missile em-
nunts to within 15 kilom-
The SAM-3 missiles are
lirse exclusively operated by
an crows. Thus the Soviets
and successfully defied
tary Rogers' warning to
assador Anatoli Dobrynin
Sovjet flyers and soldiers
stay at least 30 kilometers
the canal bank. The warn-
- now a dead letter, in the
nd on the ground.
Oking to the future, these
t moves are very sinister
ed. As yet, the Israelis have
found the answer to the
nd-to-air weapons system
lb:.'- :ig improved SAM-2s
iwith SAM-3S. In the air, their
pilot- have shown that they are
much better than the Russian
pilots: but Israeli pilots must be
count, i in tens, while Russian
pilots are counted in thousands.
Thus the moves before the cease-
fire v.< re obviously intended, at a
minimum, to warn the Israelis
that they will have to expect
terr: i'-e trouble if fighting is re-
ed when the cease-fire ends,
ually obviously, the aim was
fore to frighten the Israelis
acceirting peace terms which
y would otherwise reject with
or. Nor is that the real end
the ugly story, by any means
e Soviets must believeand'
lieve with good reasonthat
the Suez front these new
oves have gained a decisive
ilitary upper hand for their
gypt.an allies.
What else can they believe,
hen Israel's narrow margin on
e Suez front used to depend on
reel's fragile air superiority?
d on what occasion have the
viets failed to go all out when
iey have thought they enjoyed
decisive military upper hand?
. These are also questions that
Meserve j-ather prayerful ponder-
ing before the prevailing euphor-
ia In Washington gets quite be-
yond control. In pondering them,
too, it will be wise to forget the
fashionable argument that the
Soviets | "only want to protect
their Arab clients." The fact is
that th^ Soviets only acquired
these expensive Arab clients as a
way of; attacking the Middle
Eastern; position of the Western
powers,1 and particularly the
American position.
Furthermore, going all out
against Israel will be the most
effective! means of driving home
that attack until the whole
Western position in the Middle
East has been entirely liquid-
ated. Lpgicallv, therefore, the
Soviets must be expected to go
,-,!l out, unless they meet with
much harder resistance than
they hflEve encountered as yet.
And any such resistance can only
come from the United States.
These, then, are the circum-
stances in which highly placed
Americans, in the government,
in the press and in both politi-
cal parties are beginning to talk
about Israel exactly as certain
highly placed Englishmen talked
about unhappy Czechoslovakia
;n the time before Munich. Their
topic is the Small Power's duty
to give away almost anything in
order to serve the Great Powers
convenience and comfort.
Pray God, then, that the State
Department is correct in its
analysis of the Kremlin's aims
and purposes.
Isaac Donen, who shortly after
coming to this area from Rye,
N.Y., served three years as presi-
dent of the Brandeis Zionist Dis-
trict, has again been called upon
to head the organization. He will
be installed by Mr. Shaw at the
meeting.
During the past decade, Mr.
Donen has been active in youth
work, particularly in the yearly
Essay and Art Contest, in which
thousands of this area's young-
sters participate. He has also been
active in the United Fund and the
Jewish Federation, and is an of-
ficer in the recently-organized
American Zionist Federation.
Meyer Siegel, outgoing president
oi Brandeis, reports that the or-
ganization elected Max and Ida
Haskin to serve as its delegates to
(he ZOA's national convention in
New York next week. Mr. Raskin,
a member of its board of directors,
has been serving as vice president
during the past year.
ITI Names Silverman As
President, Chief Exec.
Henry R. Silveiman, a partner
in Oppcnheimcr & Co., has been
named a director, president and
chief executive officer of ITI Cor-
poration, a New York-based diver-
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ITI's board chairman, Joseph
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Miami Beach, made the announce-
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and other real estate ventures.
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Friday, August 28, 1972
THE DANISH VIEW
by Victor Bienstock
Israel Tests New Absorption Method

rl iiavk TO VOBOBf all your preco
nSSBSSn aanajt immigrant absorption '>nters
mi vMI Katamon Tfct Ihii h a center for
hi and theb famil.es. comttiMOg
the '.'Ifwn nv-thod's intensive laatJUtUon ;n Her,,
lotion program deafened to pn
,..,. of an immigrant family for a ipeedy
ar,i rclal itegratton into tn'- niain-
staaam of Israel; life.
,,7v,n Tet, one of a dazen s'Jeh centers where
this new eompnehenaive approach to the absorption
problem is I Unsaid, is maintain''I by th<- Jewish
Agency and Ma financial arm. the Keren Hayesod-
Uanted Israel Appeal. It is a special project of the
United Israel Appeal of Canada.
Unlike the traditional immigration renter, it has
no dormitories and no mess-halls. Each family ha*
Ita own apartment in a complex of five apartment
houses in the Katamon Quarter of Jerusalem, living
by Itself und-r aondMoM designed to approximate
thov- under which it would live "outside" as closely
as paaaMt. Although small, the quarters are com-
plete with Nfatgetator and gas atove, and adequate-
ly fuvnaahad, by aparl itandai la. Each family is
thus aMe to participate in Che extensive program of
laaaal aatlwitl ihaoaption without
of privacy and cohcaivencaa.
' ira Scheck dh iduig
,; lintaining the
ceater and providing the services required. She is
available for consultation, advice and guidance at
all times. The heart of the Katamon Tet program.
however, is the six-classroom school for adults di-
rect' d by Shmuel -Segal. This is the school for the
-.is. where the study of Hebrew is comoined
with discussions in Hebrew > of the problems and
difficulties the new settlers will run into. The resi-
dents themselves arrange much of the comprehen-
sive social and cultural program in the central rec-
rcation hall, and reUgiou services are held in the
small synagogue.
There is no mess-hall and no central commis-
sary. Each family does its own shopping and the
experience is not the least important element in the
mother's reeducation. She can probably learn more
in a half hour at the vegetable market than she can
from days of poring over books about life in Israel.
Parents are "free" for the rest of the day after
attending school from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Some of
them use the time for part-time jobs or further
professional study; some go sight-seeing or visit old
friends and relatives in other parts of the city.
While they attend classes, their babies are cared
for in a beautifully maintained nursery. Toddlers
have their own kindergarten and playground, and
the older children are bussed to local schools. The
family is reunited at lunchtime in their apartment;
;,. programs are held in the afternoons for the
children, who, interestingly enough, seem to adapt
to the language and to Israel much more rapidly
than their parents.
As their stay in Katamon Tet lengthens, each
family finds more and more interests outside the
of the city. When the final transition comes. ': :-
the last step in a gradual process, not an abrupt
break.
On the average. Katamon Tet residents remain
for about six months. During that time, they learn
Hebrew, familiarize themselves with Israeli customs
and ways, find jobs and locate apartments with the
help of the center. Trained Jewish Agency person-
nel help the professionals get set up and assist r.on-
professionals in finding suitable jobs. The staff also
helps immigrants find apartments, and long-term
loans are made by the Agency to purchase them.
(Immigrants have top priority in housing, a fact
which creates considerable dissatisfaction among
Sabras experiencing housing difficulties.)
Immigrants are not charged for their stay at
Katamon Tet. which has a capacity of 86 fimilies.
The Jewish Agency bears half the cost, estimated
at IL200 i>er person per month, and it operates at
capacity with immigrants from the United States.
Canada. Latin America. Australia and European
countries forming a miniature melting pot. an(! &*
Hebrew they are all learning serving as a common
denominator.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. iiebman
Spinoza: A Life Of Reason
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cultural life of Miami Beach is The
Spinoza Forum.
For more than a quarter of a century,
this civic minded disciple of Benedict
Darnell da Spino/a has brought learning
to thousands of people and has shared
hi* own philosophy of life with all who
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Fighting City Hall
EOKTIIK first time, Vox Populi
triumphed against municipal
bureaucracy in Haifa recently,
and Q new chapter may be opened
in civic affairs as a result. For
years "Let'a Fight City Hall!"
baa been the rallying cry of em-
battled Israeli citizens organizing
to tight arbitrary decisions of the
City Council changing the names of the streets on
which they live. Peaceful protest, public demonstra-
tion, legal action all were unavailing until recently.
Sometimes political motives for such changes
were detected. For example, the industrial section
of the Haifa Hay ana was developed almost exclu-
sively by private capital. The great majority of in-
dustrial plants there ere in private hands, but when
the city decided to honor the country's Labor Fed-
eration, it renamed the main highway through this
area Histadrut Avenue!
While only a few nostalgic oldtimers objected to
downtown Haifa's Kingsway being renamed Atz-
niamit I Indopcndencc) Avenue, a real storm broke
when the Council changed Aviv (Spring) Street to
KacHmah. in honor of a European Ztonist youth
club. The enraged citizens tore down the new street
signs. T'ley were warned that they were violating
a municipal ordinance; the Council had the right to
change the- name of a street. They sought legal
counsel, and were advised that citizens had the
right" to flame their homes whatever they wished,
so they put up signs on their homes House Aviv
No. 1, House Aviv No. 2, House Aviv No. 3, and so
on down the street.
The latest chapter began when the Council de-
cided to honor the memory of its late mayor, Abba
Khoushy, by attaching his name to a street as well
as a community center, medical school, university
campus, library and a forest. Nobody said anything
when they chose to rename Daliu Street, a new
highway with few houses. The fireworks began
after a City Hall decision to chop 1 forth Street in
half, renaming the upper portion Abba Khoushy
Hoad, and changing all the numbers. A war of
nerves ensued. Bui City Hall remained deaf until
the residents ()| llonli Street threatened to march
with banners flying in public protest on the very
day the city had chosen for the Khoushy memorial
service and renaming ceremony. The family of the
late mayor intervened and saved the day.
A vital precedent has been establishedCity
Hall has yielded. Do the Arabs stand a chance
against such people as these?
attended the Forum either as speakers or audience.
Dr. Wolfson, I know, would prefer that I write of
Bamch Spinoza, rather than about him. Such is his hu-
mility. Abraham Wolfson devoted the better part of
his almost 90 years (may he live until 120) speaking and
writing about the man who preferred excommunication
to abandoning his sincere convictions. More than 2,000
books in forty-one-languages have been written about the
lens maker. Wolfson's book is one of this number and
first appeared over 30 years ago. The reprint of Spinoza:
A Life of Reason (Philosophical Library, $6.00) is a
classic.
The book Ls the result of much study and research.
Its style is both interesting and lucid and is aimed
toward the general reader. The sub-title could be "A
Primer and Basic Book." It serves as an excellent intro-
duction to Spinoza's philosophy without indulging in
scientific terminology. Explanations of the philosophy are
interwoven with the account of Spinoza's life. The love
and admiration of the author for his subject Ls pro-
jected from each page of the book.
So much docs Dr. Wolfson credit the thinking of his
beloved Baruch that one might believe from reading
Wolfson's account that even those who lived before
Spinoza copied from him. For instance, Crescas lived al-
most 400 years prior to the famous Dutch Jew but Dr.
Wolfson writes that Crescas was "in perfect agreement
with Spinoza ."
The concluding chapter of the lx>ok reveals the
depth of influence that Spinoza had on many of the most
famous literary and scientific figures of Italy, Holland,
Germany and France. This chapter also reveals the
breadth of learning of our esteemed friend and author,
Abraham Wolfson. .
THE AMERICAN SCENE By: BEN GALLOB
Learning By Doing
A PROJECT HAS BEEN developed by a school
official in a Conservative Canadian synagogue
to make one Jewish holiday an experiment in learn-
ing by doing. The project involves both parents and
children in the construction and use of succahsin
the school and at the pupils' homes, Mrs. Esther
Gold, educational director of Adath Israel, Downs-
view, Ontario, reports in "Synagogue School," a
publication of the United Synagogue of America's
Commission on Jewish Education.
The approach was described as one aimed at de-
termining whether the religious school could con-
centrate on one Jewish holiday in a way that would
meaningfully enrich the life of the student and the
family, rather than teach a multitude of concepts
and prayers for all of the festivals in a routine way.
The regular program of the religious school.
Mrs. Gold wrote, includes preparation of a succah
for the congregation. But this procedure leaves open
such important "commitment" issues as whether :i
student would have a succah of his own and lie
personally involved in the ritual as]x>cts of the
holiday observance. Letters were mailed to parent;,
asking them to volunteer their homes for the bene-
fit of their children's class; enclosed in each letter
were suggestions on building succahs. from the most
were directions for building the simplest to the
most elaborate succahs, permanent as well as the
portable types. Basic information on the ritually
correct way to observe Succos was also included.
The parents became actively involved in the ex-
periment, Mrs. Gold reported, and 18 of the school's
22 classes took part. Succos was made a "true cele-
bration of a commandment rather than an artificial
subject to be studied in preparation for examina-
tions," she reported.
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Who invited
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Cambodia?
Why is our
nation training Arab soldiers?
Why should Bobby Scale be
freed before he is tried? Why
have some parents been drugged
into thinking they shouldn't be
shocked when their kids smoke
marijuana? Why do intelligent
people patronize filthy movies?
Why must radio and TV com-
mercials remain forever pueril ?
Why do we need to have so
many weather forecasts, given
with such dogmatism, when
they are educated guesses, at
best?
Why are so many people com-
mitting slow suicide through to-
bacco? Why does a person who
does not like the war in Indo-
china take it out on his college?
Why don't more synagogue
members regard their own rabbi
as if he were a "guest speaker?"
Why don't more Jewish people-
join the Zionist Organization of
America?
Why is killing so often termed
"the denial of one's civil rights"
in the South, when it is called
murder almost everywhere else?
Do you know any phrase fol-
lowed through less often than:
"The FBI has begun an investi-
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LEGAL NOTICe
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"notice of action
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVE NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14040
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A. CoGDKLLO,
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ly on; HELLO,
lu'lant.
EDDY Co'iDKLLO
ju Itosetta Karbee
|0 l-enox Avenue
cw York, NY.
TEDDY OOGDELLO, are here-
iiied tliat a Bill of Complaint,
orce has been filed against you.
[>u are required to serve a copy
kr Answer or Pleading to the
F Complaint on the Plaintiff's
fey CHiKLOTTE J. HA UK AN'
ttn'sley Building. Miami. Florida
e the original Answer or Plead-
the office of the Clerk of the .
Court on or before the lr.th
. September, 1!'70. If you fail!
jo Judgment by default will bo
Eagainsl you for the relief de-
Id in the Bill of Complaint,
pnot Ice sliall be published once
k for four consecutive weeks
I JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IE AND ORDERED at Miami,
, this 4th day ot August A.D.
j n. I-EVTHERJIA\, Clerk
III Court. Dade County. Florida
3} : MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
It Court Seal)
UiOTTK J. BARKAN
ill) ley I -uilcli: jC
i, Florida
ley for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGal NUilCE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

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IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
[AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
'FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2944
Estate nl
NA8E [IARVET,
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Mima or Demands Against Said
__ :
You .Me hereby notified and re-
lired lo present any claim* anil de-
anda which you may have against
"ttnlc o.' ANNE NASE HARVEY
led late of Dade County, Florida,
County Judges of Dade County,
!e the same in duplicate and aa
Ml in Section 738.1C, Florida
.'s. In their offices in the County
muse in Dade County, Florida
six calendar months from the
if the first publication hereof,
same will be barred,
id at Miami. Florida, this 11th
-August, A.D. 1H70.
i MAISTHA N. M>VINO
As Executrix
publication of this notice on
Ih day of August, 1970.
WEI.I.ISCH
y for
EOF ANNE VASE HARVEY
li-iia Avenue,
abuts, Fla.
8/14-21-M ft/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-15094
JAMES R. IIAI.L,
Plaintiff,
I.OIIELLK B, HALL.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SU
TO: LORBLLE EC. HAUL.
1271 l'.ev-rly Road
McLean, Virginia
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against >ou and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your plead-
ing to the complaint on the plaintiff's
attorneys HUM ANDER& PESTCOE,
7iW City National Bank Building, 2,'.
West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
KlliU), and file the original answer or
pleading in the office of the clerk of
the abov.- court on or before Septem-
ber 2.".. I!i7. If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED this 19th
day of August, 1970.
E B. I,BATH HUMAN. CLERK.
By: C. P. COPF.I.AND
l>eputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
.1/2* 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LIERMAN CLOCK CO. (not In-
corjorated) at 3.">t> N.K. 107 Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the tlir-
Joseph Liebman
sole owner
7/31-8/7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2661
In RE: Estate of
MINNIE BERK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I'laims or Demands Against Suid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims anil demands
which you may have against, the es-
tate of MINNII-: BERK 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 781.10, 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 be burred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2Sl.li
day of July, A.D. 1970.
JOSH REPHDN
EVK LAZAROW
Ji> 'SI: TOUT
As Executors
First publication of this notice on.
the 7th day of August, 1970.
JOSH REPHt'N
Attorney for Executors
1370 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, Fla.
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business under the fictitious name
of GEORGE V. LANZA at l-'.n Brick-
ell Avenue, .Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade countv,
Florida
GEORGE V. LANZA. I'.A.
KURT WKLLISUH
Attorney for George v. Lanaa, P.A.
Hi" Almeria Avenue
Coral Cables, Florida 33134
8/28 9/4-11-1S
llOTICE BY PUBLICATION
the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida.in and for dade
county. in chancery,
No. 70-14555
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ifARTHA OUNTEB,
Plain t iff,
F vs
{BX.Guxtbp..
Defendant
"(>: Rex Gunter, Defendant
C/o Mrs. Edward Smith
109 Mornlngside Avenue
Chesskill, New Jersey (I7R20.
You, REX GUNTER, are hereby
otifMd that a Complaint for Divorce
as Veen filed against you. and you
re Bquired to serve a copy of your
uisJBUr or Pleading to the Complaint
n tie Plaintiff's attorney ARTHI'R
tl.FSON. 4or. Biscayne Building.
, Florida 33130 and file the
il Answer or Pleading In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
on or before the 16th day of
iber 1970. If you fall to do so,
mt by default will be taken
. you for the relief demanded
[Complaint,
AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 11th day of August A.D.
_B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Clrdpt Court, Dade Countv Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
: Court Seal)
IH J. WOLFSON
Icayne Building
By for Plaintiff
I Florida 33130
8/14-21-28 ft/4
riCE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersigned, desiring to engage
Bess undMr the fictitious name
}AS KOSHER FOODS at 453
echobee Road, Hialeah, Flor-
ends to register said name
m Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 County. Florida.
.1 FOOD SERVICE, INC.
[By: SAMUEL WEISS
President
BL, RfMiBHS, LORBER &
Ban
Is for Applicant
8/7-14-21-28
JTENTION
TORNEYS!
vistifforSJiatri
your legal notice**,
^appreciate your
page and guarantee
ite service at legal
373-4*05
lesser ger eerrlce
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2680
In RE: Estate of
CLARA McUANDLESS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing i'laims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any i'laims and demands
w hich you may have against the es-
tate of CLARA MoCANDI.ESS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733. Hi. 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 be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of August. A.D. 197".
s/ WALLACE N. MAER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of August, 1970.
WALLACE N. MAER.
4:> Blsoayne Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 33130
Attorney for Administrator
8/14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13816
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J. IC. Ml'RHAY, JR.,
Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH JUNE MUBBAY,
Defendant.
To: ELIZABETH JUNE MURRAY
Residence Unknown
You, ELIZABETH JUNE MUBBAY,
nre 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 Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, JOSEPH SCII-
MIEIt, 606 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida 33139 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court on or before the Xtb day of
September, 1970. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will bo 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 FLOBIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 31sl day of July A.D.
197".
K. P.. LEATHBRMAN. clerk
Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH SCHMIER, ESQ.
806 Lincoln Kond
Miami Bench. Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JESTER RESTAURANT at 8614
Coral Way, Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RESTAURANT WEST. INC.
By: Barrett M. Itothberg. Secretary
s.-.is Coral Way
Miami, Florida
8/2S 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enguge
in business under the fictitious names
of SID RUBIN AUTO & GENERAL
INSURANCE AGENCY; SID RUBIN-
BAIL BONDS at 44.". Washington Ave..
Miami Beach intends to register suid
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY S. RUBIN
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage.
in business under the fictitious name.
of SKINNY BREAD at B8!i Washing-
ton Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
intends to register said name with,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court o
Dade County, Florida.
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S
BAKERY, INC.
formerly known as
O.UI'S. INC.
By: HARRY SIEGEL
President
RICHARD & GROSS
Attorneys for Applicant
000 Lincoln Load.
Miami Beach, Florida
8/14-21-28 "'4
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
No. 70-2491
In RE: Estate of
BERTHA CHIPKIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of BERTHA CHIPKIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County .lodges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, i'n 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 be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of August. A.D. 197".
SAMUEL OKI.I.MAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2Kth day of August. 1970.
HAKKY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
42" Lincoln Cad
.Miami Bead), Florida
8/28 9/4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY at 685
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade County, Florida.
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S
BAKERY", INC.
formerly known as
CMOS. INC
By: HARRY SIEGEL
President
RICHARD & GROSS
Attorneys for Applicant
60.', Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
8714-21-28 9/4
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i
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 ROSENTHAL,
Plaintiff.
KALMAN P.OSENTHAL,
Defendant.
TO: KALMAN ROSENTHAL
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 Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attorney. HARVEY
ItlCHMAN, 420 Lincoln Road, Suite
No. 502 Miami Beach. Florida 83330
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Slh
day of September. 1970. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief ,
demanded in the 1*111 of Complaint. | September,19. >. If you fa
DONE AND OltDBBBD at Miami. *Sl4JS,rai,%5t Jffi
Florida, this 30lh day of July A.D.
1974).
E- B LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade Countv, Florida.
By: L SNEKDEN
Deputy Clerk
fCireuil Court Sealt
HARVEY RICHMAN
124 Lincoln Road,
Miami Bench, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14430
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A LBE RT EXCEI jLEN T,
Plaintiff.
VS
DE.NISE M. EXCELI.ENT,
Defendant,
TO: DEN IS E M. EXCELLENT
Rue Cabard No. 24
Pel ion Vllle, Haiti
West Indies
YOUR ABE HEREBY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
filed against you. and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
aiiswer or other pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, 14r.4 N.W. 17th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 13125, and
file the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court, on or before
the 11th day of Sept. 1970, or a De-
fault will be entered against you.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. GOODMAN
8/14-21-23 9/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RAY MART CABINETRY IN-
TERNATIONAL at 129 \V. 29th St..
Hialeah, Fla. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ADOUY) E. MARTINEZ and
1LDELFONSO R. ALVAREZ,
owners
8/14-21-28 9/4
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
JAMES tlKEEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUBY GREEN,
Defendants
TO: RUBY GRF.F.N'
Residence Unknown
You, RUBY 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 viiur Answer or Pleading to the
liill" of Complaint on tin- Plaintiff's
attorney, JACK L. HEKSKOWITZ,
42" Lincoln Road, Suite 803, Miami
Beach, Florida 83139 and file the
original Answer or Pleading ill the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Mh day of
If you fail to do so,
!>? taken
agaTnst yo\l" for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THi: JEWISH FLORIDLVN.
DONE AND ORDEKED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of July A.D.
' B. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDKN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HEKSKOWITZ AND
GROSSMAN
42ii Lincoln Road. Suite 103
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2716
In RE: Kstate of
Mi >RRIS KATZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors a nil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MORRIS KATZ deceased late
Of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate a'nd as pro-
vided ill Section 733,16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their officea in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Haled at .Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of Aug.. A.D. 1970.
LEAH KATZ
DOROTHY l'OSNER
As Evecutrlccs
First publication of this notice on
the 2xih day of August, 1970.
I'RED AND NF.WMAN
Robert H. Newman
Attorney for Hstate/Exceutrices
801-Sir, Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engulf*
ill business under the fictitious name
of SATTI.ELKSHT WHOLESALERS
at '!,".: N.W. 170th Street, North Miami
Beach, Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
i;i .i i-.m.m: CORP.
By: Herbert Olldln, Secretary
SHIRLEY WOOLF
Attorney for OLO-HAB CORP.
420 Lincoln Uoad
Miami i:,ach, Florida
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of TEU.MINAL FABRICS WARE-
HOUSE TERMINAL FABRICS,
TERMINAL FABRIC CO. at 222
N. E. tSXth Street, Miami: 19a
West 8th Ave., Hialeah: G99U N.E. 2nd
Ave.. Miami Intends to regisi.-r said
names with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
M & 11 FABRICS CO.
By. Benjamin Snewitz. President
FROMBERG, FROMBERG &
ROTH, P.A.
Suite M-102 Hlscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130 |/,.14jM.Jj
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 MBSA HERNANDEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
YOI.AN'DA DA LI A
Rl'FINA OLIVEKA O'FARRELL,
1 left n.lant.
TO: YOLANDA DAI.IA RUFINA
OLIVEKA O'FARRELL
(Defendant)
Ajrllon 1 Height Apt. I
Matanzas. 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 Plaintiffs attorney, OROVBR
CIMBNT WJDINSTEIN A STAUBER,
P.A. 330 Lincoln Road. Miami 1 tea eh.
Florida 23139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 11 th day of September.
197n. 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
onch week for four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH FIABUDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this SOth day of July A.D.
I970j
R. It. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deuuty Clerk
(Circuit Court S*aJ>
OROVBR CIMBNT W'EINSTEIN
ft KTAUBBR, P.A.
154 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/7-14-21-28
4
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14258
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIA VICTORIA MANSO,
Plaintiff,
RUBEN MANSO.
Defendant. t
TO: RUBEN MANSO
Residence Unknown
You. RUBEN MANSO. nre 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
Hill of Complaint on t'.ie plaintiff's
attorney. SIDNEY I'M-'It ON" SON, 012
Ainsley Building. 14 N.E. 1st Ave.,
Miami. Florida. 33183, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11 th day of
September. 1970. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default "ill be taken
against you for ihe relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each weak for four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH FU'ilillilAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of August, 1970.
E. K. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: MAItOUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY BFRONSON
(12 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33133
Attorney for Plaintiff
8'14-21-211 ','4
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1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th** undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undder Ihe fictitious name
of RONNIE'S COFFEE SHOP at 7.".8
Arthur Godfrej Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
intend to register .-aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MILTON BERNSTEIN
KITH BERNSTEIN
EUGENE I-EMLIOH v ;
Attorney for Applicants
8720 W. Flagler
Miami. Fla.
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. 70-13915 !
PETITION FOR ApOPTION
AND
PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME
RE: Petition of KAYE C'OKLBW
and LANNY CORI.BW,
her husband.
TO: Ronald Mllford White ^
c .. Qrady white
P.O. Bos 120-A
Richmond Hill. Georgia
Y'ou. RONALD M1LFOI1D WHITE,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Adoption ban been filed
;igainst you, and you ari- .re.iuired to
serve a copy of your AmUvti+ or Plead-
ing to the BUI of ,Coniilh>i'il on the
Plaintiffs attorney. XEXNETH N.
ReKANT Suite 21:9, OHti>'IUiicohi Rd.
Bldg., Miami Ueaoh. .R>i. 83139 and
file the original Answer vr Pleading
in the offi......t the Csfrk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before-,tliv. 4lh day of
Sept., 197". if you fail ti. .I., so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief denulided ill the
liill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THB JEWISH FLOHIDIAN.
DON!': AND OHDERKD at Miami,
Florida this 3rd day of August A.D.
1970.
B.B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
KENNETH N. ReKANT
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 339. One Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
Miami Leach, Fla. 33LI9
Tel. No. 538-4311
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flcHUnnn name
of OAKLAND INVESTMENT at
SStt Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, c'o Eva Binder intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EVA BINDER
IDA TUMAIIKIN
AUDREY SCHNEIDER
MARK SILVEKSTBIN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Applicant
8/14-21-28 9/4


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"elewJLsli Flor idiaxi
Austria Denies Rumors It Plans To Close
Federal Documentation Center in Vienna
liami.
Florida Friday. August 28. 1970
Section B
Senators Favor Joint
.S.-Soviet Supervision
NEW YORK, The Austrian
Government has denied rumors
that Austrian officials were about
to close the Federal Documenta-
tion Center on Jewish Victims
(for the Nazi regime I in Vienna.
In a letter to Philip E. Hoffman,
president of the American Jewish
Committee, Dr. Ingo Mussi, an
official s;>okesman for Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky, de-
clared: "The Chancellor is well
aware of the rumors There
is absolutely no truth to these
ernment and from the secretary
of the socialist party, Leopo'.l
Gratz. It was these attacks against
Mr. Wiesenthal that led to the ru-
mors that the Documentation C
ter would be closed.
The New York Board of Rabbi3
had also appealed to the Austria)
government not to close the anti-
Nazi center, which was respon-
sible for hunting down nearly 1.000
World War II criminals.
WASHINGTON (JTA)Two
i.S. Senators, Harold E. Hughes
Mowa) and Alan Cranston
)-Calif.) have proposed that a
int Soviet-American inspection
>rce supervise Egypt's and Is-
ael's observance of the Middle
East cease-fire.
In a letter to Secretary of
Itate William P. Rogers, the
two expressed their "deep con-
cern" over reported Egyptian
violations, and urged him to take
"what we believe would be a
dramatic and effective means
of maintaining the cease-fire
and standstill."
A joint police force, the sen-
ators believe, would reassure
10 Cases Of Cholera
Reported In. Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Ministry of Health has cancelled
leaves of all Public Health
X'tors and sanitation staff
embers because of the 10 cases
cholera reported in Israel.
Even though new cases may
reported, health officials said
nass inoculations will not be
icessary. Dr. Daniel Brachott,
Dputy director general of the
linistry of Health and director
Public Health services, said,
/ith our standard of hygiene
d our knowledge of early de-
ration and treatment, we are
rtain the disease will not
piead. For this reaSon, we in-
imerican Teens In
;rae! For A Year Of
ligh School Study
JEW YORKSome 75 young-
trs between the ages of 15 and
left here for Israel recently to
?r the America-Israel secon-
iry school program of the Jewish
jeney's Department of Eduea-
>n and Culture.
program, first launched for
Uh graders in the 1967-68 aca-
|mic year, is now also offering
rses for eleventh year studies.
|e tenth grade courses are being
tight at the Mosad Alonei Yitz- _
Ik Secondary School in the
^omron, Valley about five miles
>m Caesarea, and the Hulah Val-
Regional High School at Kfar
im in the Upper Galilee. The
liois will also be at Mosad
nei Yitzhak.
Cow in its fourth year, the ex-
lded program offers a full
[nerican high school curriculum,
?mentcd by special courses in
Hebrew language and Israeli
udies. Full credit for the year
[Study in Israel is given by high
nools in the United States. -
imong the students participat-
in the program this year were
Ir from South Florida. They
Alan Drecksler, 7713 Nore-
le Ave., Miami Beach; Roberta
eds, 1440 Certosa, Coral Gables;
Khael Newman, 6201 SW 63rd
Miami, and Eric Salter, 1611
ckson St., Hollywood. The stu-
its were accompanied to Israel
Dr. Abraham Cannes, director
the Jewish Agency's Depart-
^nt of Education and Culture.
tend to inoculate only the med-
ical staff and other persons who
may be exposed by personal
contact with cholera carriers."
Israel lias charged that neigh-
boring Arab countries are not
reporting their cholera cases, a
violation of the statutes of the
World Health Organization im-
posing the duty of reporting all
rases of communicable disease
upon member countries.
At the United Nations in New
York, Dr. Rodolphe Cc.igney, di-
rector of the World Health Or-
ganization, announced that 28
cases of cholera have been re-
ported in Libya, and one in the
Saida area of Lebanon. Arab
health ministers are meeting to
find ways of dealing with the
cholera problem with the help of
WHO officials. Dr. Coigney re-
ported, and Egypt is producing
large quantities of cholera vac-
cine.
Michael Davis, a WHO ad-
visor who is professor of Ecol-
ogy at Hebrew University Medi-
cal School, declared there is no
danger of an epidemic in Israel,
due to the general high standard
of hygiene and water supply.
The tourist flow seems unaffect-
ed, although tourists arriving in
Israel from Jordan or other
Arab lands are required to have
a valid international vaccination
certificate.
both Egypt and Israel that their
military positions would not be
jeopardized while the peace
talks are going on.
Egypt, meanwhile, was re-
ported to have informed the
United States that U.S. aerial
reconnaissance is unacceptable.
The authoritative Cairo news-
paper Al Ahram said the cease-
fire agreement called solely for
mutual surveillance by Israel
and Egypt, and Egypt had no
intention of complicating the
situation further by asking the
Soviet Union to check on Israeli
adherence to the truce.
The U.S. State Department
declared its intention to con-
tinue high-level aerial photo-
graphic surveillance of the zone
only last Thursday.
DELUXE GIFT
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Campaign Readied
meeting of the United Fund
mpaign Cabinet has been called
Thomas C. Wasmuth, chairman
, the 1970 U-F campaign, Tues-
at 4:15 p.m. in the Miami Club
he Columbus Hotel in prepara-
i for the Sept. 10 kick-off of
$5,414,000 fund-raising drive.
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Friday, August 28. 1970
Japan Identifies With Israel, Rabbi Says
Volunteers to Tour
Variety Children's
Br <,KR\LI> SCIIWAIR
a Jaj~e *r y *.**+*. mtwmrt-mj** tfr; fg^* *''**-?g volunteer* win i
f"g in a*>-na* \n- ul"^ ....... VavtyOiudren^ Hospital M. .
.* iu : r kSij Rogue dowgned by a Jap*n<-se ar- fw the Hi^h H-.i) w. U^ to set. first-hand the wide
Holder of a matter s degree -t has s ?.a! a:,pe*l f-r him | ^ spectrum of Pediatric care given
Aer1n*^Ja^arenov.1__|The>^qui Hebrew literature. Rabbi Tokayer ^^^ -, Ja|fliI, Ule ,.
lite) ttb the bi continuing his studies in Japan. 5Utibned far frorr. Tokyo, and *eK*s. concluded
MC O* Six-Day But he wont get a doctorate there, mu5t depend on service chaplains, of Tokyo- ana au japan
County.
Va. i'. Jyn.. 1
because- he can't write in the dif-
ficult Japanese script.
Temple Emami-El Schwarti Assumes Duties
Sponsored by Suburban League
for their new members, the irtdo:-
trination visit will follow a DanL-h
& Coffee breakfast to be he.a
pointed directed of education at m ^ j^spitid Auditorium.
Communist* 1"-In The \uditOri.UIB. Temple BiUi Shoiom. assumed his
the tiny rear.- ,-^-. duties last week, according
That* the view of Mar.-.n T.>
Babbi of Tokyo, Hi--congregation consists large- _. Maurv Schwartz, recently
is voting B* mother and, ly of P-ussian Jews who moved to SC|ledllleS .SerVlCCS
Miami A gra* Japan at the end of WorA War I.
- of Th- J-^Lsh Theological. They were not '
America, he is the, said. Others are the
ap-
Mrs. Richard Ma*ington is g?n-
eral chairman of the educatior.al
me* dutks last week, according
nH-"^">i" *rvinK ^th?" Je*ish nants of some 50.0.0 Jews in tbei For the 14th year. Temple
Japan. "hich ha* Pacific area who passed through, Em,nu-E! will hoM toHJghHaly ft_TT^Z of U* con- P"*1 UlU<* ? t0 I?mUt
- WO comtitwnts in Tokyo j Japan in the days after World War i Day Service, in the Miami Beach EU Kat/on. presKknt of ttec ^ t0 ^^ various capaci-
-r^Kr*? II. of whom moved on toi Auditorium, beginning U.ednes-.gregation. Mr. Schwartz, who *[ throuebout the hospital, as-
Israel, i day evening, Sept. 30. Harry ived nis ^ugious and Hebrew nrofessional DersonneL
| Pearlman. president of the con- ; t s, ^ hoWs BA. | P~feswonal personnel,
gregation. has announce* 1. Serv-
The Japanese look at Israel as.
- like, nation on the opposite side
Both David is a busy synagogue.
uk iwir """~"i--:-- ^revauon. iua ojuuumw*. .~..- The Suburban League raises
f Via. Thev compare the Israelis'! operating Japans only kosher res-, icvs wiU & conducted by Irving ind M.A. degrees in Social Work round for support
.Tdustrv. agricultural success with t mrar.t with food imported from: Lehrman. spiritual leader of thej Ras tflken add||iMMi COUrses ;
irmt d laivl and political isolation I the United: States. There wet ,rMiF.ja f-aeh ever
itwal isolation i tne um siaus. ii*ne- "* | con zre ea t ion. ea<
lose'v to their own history And. three Bar .NOtzvahs last year. one. throU5h Friday, Oct. 2.
el over great! B^t Mitzvah. This years calendari.
Membership in the temple
~H<" ,TCXur% 'J> isi*c' w^ m i --* -------------
ds on the military battlefield isj is approjdmately the same.
fim marN-el to the Japanese." ^ ^ ^
7.ibriTokayerassened. 1^ Qn a one.svaV
Th Japanese look down on tlv they become of age. The shee. fhe Lehrman All-Day School. Nur-,
,-,jn.r' of Asia in between U size of Japan will always provide serv-.Kindergarten Department. ar>
rtckward Jazv and totally unliket a Jewish community. There are.' 3fterli00n Religious School, Sunda>
ctnTr" gttSS ^evenlnl! h- ^^^ C0U^ I of tb> cancer patients in the Or
in preparation for a doctoral de-; oology Unit. Its president is M->.
,'.. Morris Levitt.
still open to those who have notj
; are sent to Is-, ^ vet registered for the coming,
cty ticket wher.j vea"r_ Temple activities include
aze. The shee; --^. r aur^r,r,T. aii.nv School. Nur-
is,gree-
rtckward lazv and toteiiy unmaei a jewisn cwwbm7- -----ifter&oon Kuiig>ou> acnuui, ouiiu**
hemselves. Before l&JT. how ever.. many American Jewish manage- s^,-*,! and Confirmation Depart-
really didn't know Israel; ment ofOcials on assignments of-------, tk i^nni mwrum will 1-
Some thought it In South, twt, or three fgup. As the cross-
\rr, .Ters in Africa. But' road> of east and west. Japan
now they know." the t ill hM is some Jewish representation.
ment. The school program will be-
gin on Aug. 31 in all department-
tow irnr> i\nv. ---------------.....-------
-piritual lead** of Tokyo s 0>n-: Rabbi Tokayer stutt-d.
' f- tion B-:-th David -aid.
Be w-;u return next montn to
A-'hough Japanese Jews .-.r- an, tne congregational post he has
- .- -.esimal minority. Rabbi T*"ltervmi for two yean. His wife
kaver has more success at nia-, and children. Shira. 2. and Amiel.
, __m,_ nt Qhin.15 months, who accompanied mm
With the ck-rgv-men o. Sn.n ^^ ^ plan t *,
and Buddhism. Jipans prui-:^trj. ^ jeaR ,Q g,^^ Flo
religions. The more numer-
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What's
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Judc Frederick X. Barad, chair-
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has announced. All affiliate arms
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Teachers Association. The Forty-
Niners. and the Temple youth
groups are also registering mem-
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Amram Zur Heads
List Of Guests
-\mi-am Zur, Israel's chief rep- Bonds organization. Mr. Lltvak
resentativc in North America for
the Ministry of Tourism, heads an
Edward Tumaroff To Report On 1970 Histadrut Mission
The first meeting of the year
held by the Women's Council of
Histadrut for South Florida will
feature a report on the 1970 His-
tadrut mission to Israel by Edward
DR. ICON KRONISH
impressive array of guests who
will participate in the Sept. 10
reception at the Fontainebleau
Hotel honoring all 1969 and 1970
PS to the State of Israel.
Dr. Leon Ksonish, national b iar I
tirman of the American Israel
stadrut Foundation and na-
tional chairman for synagogues of
iel I3onds, is chairman of the
si ssion. Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
of Miami Beach, who headed the
Florida delegation to the Golden
Jubilee Assembly of Histadrut in
Israel last month, is co-chairman.
Among those who will take part
in the evening event are Michael
Litvak, director for Greater Mi-
ami and all Florida of the Israel
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Jewish state.
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will rep-
resent both Federation and the
Combined Jewish Ap|)cal and Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Mr. Zur, a resident of Israel
since 1934, organized the highly
successful promotions of Israel's
10th and 20th anniversaries, and
has headed travel operations in
Great Britain. Canada and the
United States.
Reservations for the Sept. 10
function arc required, and may be
secured at the Histadrut office.
One Lincoln Road Building. Co-
sponsors of the event, first of its
kind in the United States to honor
all of an area's Israel visitors, in-
clude El Al Israel Airlines and the
Israel Government Tourist Office.
Hostesses from El Al will model
(he "new look" fashions for stew-
ardesses along with the currehtiy-
used mini-skirt garb.
Special certificates have b en
printed in Jerusalem to present to
those persons attending who have
visited Israel during the record-
breaking year which began in the
summer of 1969.
The Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, headed by Dr. Mi-
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has arranged for an all-Israel
night of entertainment, refresh-
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Miss Erline Mayberry of Elkin,
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Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans
of Foreign Wars, presented a
check for $10,000 to Dr. Julius
Schultz, director of the Papanico-
laou Cancer Research Institute,
last week during the Auxiliary's
convention in Miami Beach. The
funds, Dr. Schultz said, are espe-
cially welcome at a time when
federal aid to research is being
cut.
During the past year $434,640
has been raised by the Auxiliary
in a Cancer Aid and Research pro-
gram directed by Mrs. Odie Lee
Gossett of Monroe, La. About half
o! that amount has been used in
the care of 1,200 Auxiliary mem-
bers who are cancer patients. The
balance is earmarked for cancer
research.
Cancer Aid and Research is one
i ( the ten national programs spon-
sored by the 438,000-member Aux-
iliary, which is comprised of wom-
en who are closely r< lated t<>
combat veterans.
Tumaroff, who recently returned
from the organization's Golden Ju-
bilee Assembly.
The Sept. 9 luncheon at the
Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach, will
be chaired by Mi's. Jack Wolfstein,
president of the Women's Council.
A card party will follow.
Mr. Tumaroff, Florida director
of Histadrut, is former president
of the Lal>or Zionist Organization
in Boston, and directed Histadru1"
operations in New England dur-
ing the early years of Israel's in-
dependence.
The Women's Council supports
programs of Kupat Holim, the
giant network or hospitals and
medical centers operated by His-
tadrut in Israel which serves mor.
than 78% of the total population
of Israel, both Jewish and Arab.
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Anna Brenner Meyers, Marvin
Gillmon, Aaron Foosaner, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Mar-
vin Wiener, Milton Gaynor, Dr. Jock Greenberg,
David Miller, Daniel Neal Heller, Jock Gordon, Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Frank Smothers Jr., Andy Gustof-
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Hadassah Reelects Mrs.
Max Schenk-For 3rd Term
WASHINGTON, D.C. More
lhan 2,500 delegates, representing
318,000 members throughout the
United States and Puerto Rico,
;net here last week for the four-
day national convention held an-
nually by Hadassah. the Women's
Planning the Sisterhood's opening Membership Tea, which
will ire held Wednesday, Sept. 16, are these ladies, who
were meeting in the library of Temple Beth Sholom. From
left (seated) are Mesdames Robert Yasmin, Abram Blum,
Irving Yoffy, Robert Joel, and David Pred; (standing) Irwin
Teplir, Meyer Kotler and E. Max Kesselman.
Seamen Needed For Israel's Cargo Ships
QualiiJed, competent, trained
sea menpart icular ly officers are
needed to man the new, modern
car"o shios recently acquired by
Israel's Merchant Marine, it has
been announced. Term contracts
are available, and those interested
in learning Hebrew before starting
their contract will be allowed to
take intensive study courses.
Kngirr room officers, radio offi-
cers, deck officers, electricians and
lvfrigeralion technicians interest-
id in serving with Israel's mer-
chant fleet are asked to contact
the Israel Maritime League, main
office of which is in Haifa. The
I.M.L. will help Jews from abroad
find suitable employment aboard
Israeli vessels.
The League is also offering to
train Jewish young men i8-25 who
have graduated from secondary
schools as deck officers, and tech-
nical school graduates as engine
room electricians or radio officers.
Inquiries should be addressed to
the Israel Maritime League, P.O.
Box 706, Haifa, Israel.
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Sisterhood Honors
Its New Members
Temple Judea Sisteihood will be
honoring its new members at the
two "Get Acquainted Coffees" it
has scheduled during the first two
weeks of September. The first will
be held Tueday in the home of
Mrs. Norman Spitzer, 5101 SW
65th Ave.; the second on Tuesday,
Sept. 8, is scheduled for 10 a.m.
at the home of Mrs. Joseph R'.'.bini,
1700 Country Club Prado, Coral
Gables.
Its first monthly meeting of the
1970-71 year will be held in the
temple's social hall Wednesday,
Sept. 16, at 11 a.m. Guest speaker
will be Harriet Bulbin. Officers
and board members will model
outfits suitable for their positions
during the program planned by
program vice president Barbara
Bulbin and Sandee Burger, chair-
man.
Reservations for the luncheon,
which is free to paid-up members,
are available through Mrs. Fred
Kleiner or the temple office.
Zionist Organization of America.
They reelected Mrs. Max Schenk
of New York as their president
for another year. This will be her
third term as head of the organi-
zution.
Workshops and plenary sessions
dealing with its network of educa-
tional, social welfare and land re-
demption programs were on the
convention agenda; a number of
resolutions dealing with domestic
and international issues were
passed and a goal for 1970-71 was
adopted.
The delegates accepted a $12.5
million budget for its programs in
Israel and the United States. The
lands allocated included $6 million
to maintain the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Centers at Kin
Karem and Mount Scopuslargest
medical center in the Middle East;
another $2.3 million was earmark-
ed for Youth Aliyah, the Interna-
tional Jewish Child Welfare move-
ment. Hadassah-sponsored educa-
tional and vocational training pro-
grams have aided some 134,000 or-
phaned and underprivileged chil-
dren since World War II.
Hadassah's $2.25 million budget
for its American programs will
finance its Zionist work among
Jewish youth, advance Jewish ed-
ucation, volunteer work and anti-
poverty programs.
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"What is it that separates us
and distinguishes us from the other
peoples? Why, as Jews, are we
different? I believe it is a unique-
ness of quality, a standard, that
for us life is paramountregard-
less of the multitude of problems
confronting the Jewish people in
its Bght for survival. For it is not
only a fight for physical survival,
but a fight for the survival of a
culture, a tradition, a heritage, an
ideal."Edward Ginsberg, General
Chairman, UJA.
A resolution appealing to the decade.
leaders of the Soviet Union to poo
i-lit the emigration of Jews to Is-
rael was passed by ihe lelegatej.
An "Anvrican Affairs" resolu-
tion urging that the drastic cut3
tn funds of the Agency for Inter-
national Development be restored,
that there be a clear separation
' between development aid and mili-
tary assistance and that the
' United States continue to assist
other nations in [Kjpulation pla:.-
: s.ing was also adopted.
Other resolutions concerned the
i United Nations, civil rights ar.d
housing.
Hadassah, one of the earliest
' Xon-Govcrnmental Organizations
i attached to the United Nations,
| commended it for the achieve-
ments of its related and special'
I lzed agencies such as the World
Health Organization, Food ami
Agriculture Organization, Chil-
dren's Fund (UNICEF), Commis-
sion on Human Rights, the Inter-
national Labor Organization, Hig^
Commissioner for Refugees and its
General Agreement of Tariffs and
Trade (GATT). ,
The organization reaffirmed its
support for the Aid to Education
Bill, providing for full integration
of the public schools, and for leg-
islation by which 26,000,000 low
and middle-income housing units
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WC's 51st Regional Conference Begins Here Friday, Sept. 4
The 51st Southern Regional Con-
. IVorkinen'i Circle
. the Algiers Hotel
MAX GUIBUMAM
Sept 4-7. Max Gleibermar. secre-
tary of thi- Southern Region Com-
Doors Open Sept. 8
At Hillel Day School
Resist rations for kindergarten
ind grades 1-6 are now being
iccepted by Hillel Community
day School. Rabbi Simon Murci-
iio. principal, has announced.
Hillel Day School will open its
loors for the first time at Tem-
>!< Beth Sholom, 1725 Monroe St..
Hollywood on Tuesday. Sept. 8.
The co-educational school, com-
\jinin;; Hebraic-religious and gen-
ial studies, includes an all day
kindergarten and grades 1-6.
Children to be enrolled in kin-
lcrgarten must attain their fifth
tirtbday by Jan. 31, 1971. Those
ntering first grade are to be six
in old by this date. Classes are
limited to a maximum enrollment
of 15 students per class.
The general studies prograir
tarallels the curriculum of the
pubHc school system and fulfills
the highest standards required b.v
the Florida State Board of Educa-
Ion. The course of study in the
Hebrew Department is designed
to achieve fluency in speaking
reading and writing Hebrew anrl
includes courses in bible. Jewish
listory, grammar, composition, and
Jewish customs and ceremonies.
The school's bi-cultural pro-
crams aim for the full registra-
tion of the Jewish child into the
American environment. As a com-
munity school, Hillel will serve the
Jewish families in South Broward
and North Dade Counties without
regard to their synagogue affilia-
tions. Tie school will provide
trans-portation and hot nutritious
lunches. For registration and ad-
ditional information interested
parents arc asked to call the of-
fice of the school.
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
Puts kick in your kasha.
mittee. and Max Greenberg chair-
ir.an of the local arrangements
committee, have announced.
The Southern Region Commit-
tee meeting is set for 3 p.m. Fri-
day, Sept. 4; a cocktail party for
all delegates and guests will fol-
low at 9 p.m. Committees will be
ting at 10 a.m. Saturday: Mrs.
Fani Jacobson. a member of the
ACs national executive board, is
whgduied to peak on The 70th
Jubilee- of The Workmen's Circle"
at a 2 p.m. session, which will also
hear Paul Goldman, a member of
he Jewish Labor Committee's na-
tional executive board, on the
topic, "Jewish Labor Committee
Today."
At 10 a.m. Sunday, the confer-
nce will be addressed by Max
Greenberg and Harold Bauman.
chairman of the- Southern Region
Committee. Rep. Claude Pepper.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Derme-r.
lepresentatives of Jewish organi-
zations and labor unions. Mrs. Ja-
;n, Mr. Goldman. Mr. Gleiber-
man ar.d children of I. L. Peretz
Workmen's Circle School will
bring greetings.
Southern Region officers, in-
cluding Lea Greenberg. treasurer,
and delegates of all branches will
-live reports at the 2 p.m. Sunday
meeting. Officers will be elected
, Monday at 10 a.m. following re-
ports from branches and commit-
i tecs. The Southern Regional Com-
j mittee will hold its final meeting
at 2 p.m. Monday after the official
, closing of the conference.
Bina Landau, soprano, is sched-
uled to give a concert at 8 p.m.
Saturday, and sing for the 7 p.m.
banquet Sunday, at which Mr.
Goldman will be guest speaker.
j Both events are open to the public.
I and reservations may be made by
I calling or visiting the Workmen's
I Circle offices at 940 Lincoln Rd.

Representatives of the George Gershwin Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, who were present when the lodge's check was
given to Sidney Siegel, executive director of the Hebrew
Home for the Aged (second from left) to enable him to pur-
chase needed medical eguipmeni for the Home, included
Oscar Kantor, (left) Dave Cantor, and Sol Silver.
CANTOR
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or write Cantor T., Box 2973,
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TEMPLE
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COfSERVATIVE
6 '31 S.W. 8th St., Ph. 667 9411
lto'.bi S. April Cantor 1 Hinkei
Registration for Hebrew and San-
day School will take place Sunday
morning, from 9 ta 12. Transpor-
tation available from Westchetter,
Coral Gables and enviroflJ.
You are cordially invited to join
or congregational family-________
Miami Happenings
Jefferson Bancorp Inc.. has
acquired more than 96'. of the
common stocks of Jefferson Na-
tional Bank of Miami B :-h and
Jefirnton National Bank of Son-
ny isU'-s, it has been announced.
It offered six shares of its com-
mon stock for each of the out-
standing shares of the Miami
Beach institution, and two for
each of the Sunny Isles shares.
Kings Bay Yacht and Country
dub will hold its second annual
kite-flying contest for members'
children on the golf driving
range at 2 p.m. on Labor Day,
with prizes for the most expert
youngsters. The club's Twilight
Golf Tournaments end Friday.
Dr. Leonard J. Greenfield has
been named to succeed Dr. W.
Henry Leigh as chairman of the
University of Miami's Depart-
ment of Biology, according to an
announcement made by Dr. Louis
L. Moftnitty, dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Green-
field has been associate dean of
the Gratluate School for the last
four years; he previously was
chairman of the Department of
Marine Science.
The Federal Home Loan Bank
Board of Washington, D.C. has
granted (has.- Federal .Savings
and Loan Association permis-
sion to open its eighth branch
office in the new Diplomat Mall
Shopping Center in Hallandale,
f'harle* L. Clements, Jr., presi-
dent, has announced.
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YOUR CHILD'S
EMOTIONAL SECURITY?
On the restless College campus?
In the secondary schools for Jewish studies?.
In the congregational elementary schools?
A good Jewish education is vital to your child*:* inner
security, to his healthful identification with Judaism, to the
survival of Jewish life in America.
Register Your Child Today
In the Congregational school in your neigh horhood,
In the expanded High School of Jewish Studies of the Bureau,
In the Bureau's College of Jewish Studies.
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Friday. August 28. 1970
*jfe*fsi FkirSMann
age 7-B
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WANT TO CALL OX SOMEBODY?
*" Arnold (Arnle) Adler is at home at the home
of his parents, Louis and Josie Adler. He w.is
the waterfront director (whatever that may he)
at Camp Colcman in Cleveland, Ga. He was in an
accident (not on the waterfront but in his car.)
However he is doing just fine how although 'he
was pretty banged up. And afl your kids get home
from school and camp he would love to have
them pay him a visit. His folks are hoping th;it
he will be able to go back to school at Memphis,
Tenth) where he is in his third year as an op-
lometry student.
ITS A BED AND BUTE CARD
No wonder Nat Williams was proudly show-
ing his Medicare card around at his birthday
party. With that puss and that physique he looks
no more than 50. His wife Sookie, daughter,
Byrna, and her husband, Steven Kneapler, hosted
the birthday party at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club. All of Nat's oMest friends were
there. It was a "sentimental journey" Into the
past. He and Aaron Farr were friends of 42 years
sianding. Aaron and Nat used to play music to-
gether, although they each had a separate band
in the good old days. Steve, the host, made the
1 dinner by the skin of his teeth. He had just come
iMck from California bringing 12 Spiro Agnew
wrist-watches. The table was long and narrow,
I the steaks were cooked to a turn and the birth-
day cake was big and blue and goldand gooey.
Around the table sat Bob and Helene Jackson,
Irving and Sylvia Rat nor, Sam and Edna Meiael-
man, Sidney and Sylvia Lefcourt, Los and Doro-
thy Rachline, Lee and Natalie Egcrt, Aaron and
Myra Farr and Isabelle Kneapler, Irving and
Pete Hirsch and Newton and Fay Lcvinson. An-
other milestone, Nat!
i I SAW IT! I SAW IT!
My, my, I think that I must be peculiar. I
don't even like President Nixon but I was really
. excited when I saw the fence and the flag that
showed where he lives on Key Biseayne. For six
months, I've had a date with Georgia (Mrs. Wil-
liam) Brenner for lunchand this was the day.
I thought that I had seen everything but I found
j out I haven't We went to the English Pub in the
Jamaica Inn. It was terrific, and we had a great
time. I wouldn't say we were gossiping exactly,
but I felt like telling everything I knew because
I forgot to tell the waitress not to make my
Bloody Mary too strong.
Georgia's father and mother, Louis and Irene
Roth, had just come back from Houston, Tex.,
where they visited Steven and Carolyn Brenner
and their two adorable sons, Robby and Greg.
(Georgia had just finished knitting them two
Afghan's In red and blue.(When three girls
walked in and one said "I know you, you write
for the JeWlsh Floridian," I Was feeling good, and
that made me feel even better. She was Jackie
I>oone, Dr. William Leone's wife, and they were
all decked out and on the way to a Senior Citi-
zen's picnic with campaign literature. (Eleanor
Schockett, Jackie's sister, is running for State
Legislature. She is a darling young lawyer, and
we had a nice chat.) The third companion was
Bunny (Mrs. Lawrence) Feinberg. I don't think
th.it they ate as much as we did, but we had litn
talking to them. I think that I would like to go
to a real English Pub, if they arc that cozy and
the food is as good.
HE PLAYS A MEAN PIANO!
Who? Duke Ellington, of course, at the Pops
Concert in the Miami Beach Auditorium. It was
a nostalgic evening for all of the concert goers.
Included among them were Mr. and Mrs. Ben I.
Binder, Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Oberman, Steven Carner and his pretty
red-haired fiancee, Anne Marshal, Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald Albert and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
ZIPPS ZIP THROKiH EUROPE
Just received a letter from Edith and Monnie
Zipp, who are enjoying Europe even though it's
a combined business and pleasure trip. Edith is
setting up some- special fashion house visits for
next summer In Paris and London, when she'll
be taking many of her Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege students on a European Fashionarama.
They'll visit London, Copenhagen. Lucerne, Rome,
and Paris as they and the students combine
fashion with sightseeing and fun next July.
Irving Shulkes loins Temple Sinai Staff
With the arrival of Cantor Try-
ing Shulkes from New York City,
the staff of Temple Sinai of North
CANTOR IRVING SHULKES
Dade is complete. Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley, spiritual leader of the
congregation, has announced.
Cantor Shulkes, his servo
as cantor, music director and: In-
structor in Jewish studies at sev-
eral New Jersey and Long Islam
temples. He also has taught spe-
cial speech classes in New Yorl
City schools and during the Ko-
rean War served as English in-
structor to the Puerto Rican con-
tingent in the armed forces.
Cantor Shulkes holds a B.A. de-
gree from Brooklyn College. H
received his Master's degree fi on
Columbia University's Teacher's
College, and was invested as a
cantor at the Hebrew Unioi
College Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion's School of Sacred Music ii
New York City. As a youngster,
he won awards and scholarships
at the Third Street and the Henry
Street Music Schools in New Yorl
City, and attended a music semi-
nar in Israel under the auspices ol
the Jewish Agency.
Cantor Shulkes is currently a
vice president of the American
Conference of Cantors and an ac-
tive member of the National As-
sociation of Temple Educators.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
* fOUHDCD 1912
2625 S.W. 3rd AVfNUE "00 S.W. 120 STREET
Phone: 371-4795 ***** 238"2601
Registration is now open
A full religious school program, from kinder-
garten through Confirmation is offered at both
campuses. Pre School Department at our South
Branch. Creative Youth program for adolescents
and college age. Inquiries into our family mem-
bership welcomed. Call either office.
REGISTER YOUR OHLDNOW!
SOI LAMDAU, Rabbi WltllAM W. UPSON, Cantor
jfi\inccs JL-elutian

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Highest Registration
For Hebrew Academy
According to Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal, the Hebrew
Academy enrollment will approach
the fcOO mark for the coming
school year. This is the highest
figure in its 22-ycar history, Kah-
bi Gross reported, and includes
Elementary, Junior High and the
Olga Margaret Weishaus Girls
Hugh School Departments. The
elementary grades will begin
classes Monday; junior and senior
high classes will begin on Tues-
day.
.Louis Merwitzer, president of
the Academy, noted that the ad-
vance registration represented a
Vpfo increase over last year's
total. Construction of the Julius
Rosen Memorial Building, which
will house its junior high depart-
ment, will get under way within
a few weeks, he said.
Oscar Mamber, chairman of the
Actdemy Admission Committee,
reported that the Academy 'was
forced to turn away some 100
students who had made applica-
tions for the coriilhg year, because
of its limited facilities on the main
Pine Tree Drive campus.
Four new Isrfcdli teachers will
be arriving this week to help han-
dle the additional 100 students en-
rolled this year, Rabbi Gross re-
vealed. .
The South Dado branch of the
Hebrew Academy, now located
ih (ho YM-YWHA building, 8500
S.W. 8th St., will open with a
registration of some 70 students
ih fh-o grades.
j Rabbi Ralph Glixman, spiritual
S?a4er of Temple Or Olom, chair-
^iaa of the branch's administra-
tjve'eommittee, and Leonard'Sterh,
ts president, stated that a com-
munity-wide education committee,!
comprising the leading educators
and cultural personalities of the
South Dade area, is now in for-
mation. The South Dade unit, Mr.
Stern said, will offer the same
high standards of educational pr i-
gramming and facilities as the
main school in Miami Beach.
Rounidjrqwn
Irving Saal of 1630 SW 4th
St., a long-time resident of
South Florida who has been ac-
tively involved in the work of
the United Jewish Appeal, has
returned after making an ex-
tensive tour of Israel, according
to reliable sources.
TJ9V Pharmaceutical Corp.
has awarded Mount Steal Hos-
pital $22,500 for research being
conducted under the supervision
of Dr. Seymour Alterman into
the relationship of high blood
fats to arterial sclerosis, and
now methods of treatment.
Dr. Joel Kutnlck, a U.S. Air
Force Major, has been assigned
to the medical center at Keesler
AFB, near Blloxi, Miss. A 1959
graduate of Miami Senior High
School, Dr. Kutnlck received a
*B.S. degree in Mathematics in
1962 from the University of
Miami, atid obtained his M.D.
degree frohi its School of Medi-
cine four years later. The doc-
tor's prircrits, Mr. mid Mrs. Jack
KiitnUk, live in Israel. Mr. and
Mm. Leon EStnih, parents of his
wife, Helene, live at 827 33rd
St, Miami Beach.
Derby Is Closing Feature
This week's semifinal rounds <1>'-
I rmine the lineup for the $10,000
Flagler Derby, traditional closing t
night feature at Flagler Kennel
( ib, Wednesday evening. The
Duke kennc i greyhounds appear to j
be headed for a record total this |
season, having already passed the
100-win mark.
its A fact At the beginning
of 1969 Israel's 142 hospitals had
22,379 beds, compared with 4,626
beds in 1948.
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, if demand warrants.
Those interested, please call 538-1251.
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SUNDAY. AUGUST 30 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Afternoon Religious School
Full Pre School Activities
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New Confirmation Program
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Friday. August 28, 1970
Susan C. Goldberg, [|
Barry Bush Wed
In Saturday Rites
Susan Caryl Goldberg and Bar-
ly Howard Bush exchanged vows
Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Eden
Roc^Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Goldberg, 7305
SW 114th St. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bush, 8271 SW 87th Ter.
Attending the bride as maid of
honor was Judy Goldberg, sister
c.f the bride. Nancy Goldberg,
Janet Bush and Debbie Veloff
were bridesmaids. Marty Alpert
served the groom as best man.
Ushering were David Bush, Max
Corndoff and Barry Goldberg.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School, and at-
tended the University of Tennes-
see. The groom graduated from
Coral Gables High School, and
graduated Cum Laude from the
University of Georgia in June, with
membership in Phi Beta Kappa
end Phi Kappa Phi. He will enter
the Graduate School of Business
at the University of Maryland in
the fall.
After a wedding trip to Las
Vegas and California the couple
will reside in College Park, Mary-
land.
MRS. ALLAN S. fMCDMAN
Wayne Martin, Bride
To Live In Norfolk
Barbara Jo Goodman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman
of Norfolk, Va., and Wayne A.
Martin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Martin of North Miami
Beach, exchanged their marriage
vows before Rabbi Israel Born-
stein Sunday. Aug. 16. The 11:30
a.m. ceremony took place in the
Norfolk, Va., home of the bride's
aunt, Mrs. Saul Salzberg.
The new Mrs. Martin, who was
given in marriage by her father,
was served by her cousin, Mrs.
Alexander M. Salzberg, matron of
honor, who was ler only attend-
ant. The groom's brother, Neal F.
Martin, was' best man.
The couple will reside in Nor-
folk after a redding trip to Ber-
muda.
MKS. BARKY M. BUSH
Pilot Lends Crippled Jet
NEW YOIJC (JTA) A Boe-
in 707 jet with 135 passengers
aboard was landed safely by its
Israeli pilot in spite of a dam-
aged landing gear. The El Al
Israel Airlines jet was reported
to have had two damaged tires.
Capt. Oded Arbarbanell, who
was on the same plane when it
was hijacked to Algeria June
23, 1968, said that compared to
his 40-day detention in Algeria,
this was "not even an incident.
I was not really too concerned,"
he said calmly.
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Harriet Genandes
Becomes Bride Of
Allan S. Friedman
Harriet Madeline Genandes be-
came the bride of Allan Sheridan
Friedman at the Deauville Hotel
on Sunday, August 23. Rabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William Lip-
son officiated at the cindlelight
double-ring ceremony, which wa?
followed by a reception and din-
ner in the Napoleon Room.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Sylvia Genandes, 3684 NW 19th
Ter., and the late Arthur Genan-
des. graduated from Miami Senior
High School and received her A.A
degree from Miami-Dade Junior
College, where she was Sweet-
heart of Kappa Sigma Chi fra-
ternity. As a student in the Uni-
versity of Miami's School of Edu-
cation, she was on the Honor Roll:
she will receive her B.A. degree
from the Florida State University
The bridegroom, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman
of 16701 NE 21st Ave., North Mi-
ami Beach, graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School, and re-
ceived his B.A. degree in Political
Science from the University of
South Florida, with honors. He
was founding father and officer of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, attor-
ney general of Student Govern-
ment, secretary of the Political
Union, and is now attending Flor-
ida State University Law School
serving as an assistant counselor
on a scholarship.
For her wedding the bride chos"
a silk-faced satin gown with re-
embroidered Chantilly lace ac
cented with pearls and crystals
An empire bodice with Camelot
neckline and lone tapered sleeve*
topned a controlled A-line skir'
with detachable cathedral train
From the Camelot head piece
made of reembroidered alenco--
lace adorned with simulated pearls
fell many tiers of French illusion.
The bridal party included th~
bride's cousin. Cheryl CoV, whr
served as matron of honor an''
Linda Kaplan, Sharon Baron, and
Risa Rosenthal. the eroom's niece
bridesmaids. Joan Teitel. anothc
of the bride's cousins, served ac
flower girl. The groom was at-
tended by Bennett Conn, wh"
served as his best man. Usherr
were Steven Siegel, the bride's
brother-in-law. her cousin Harold
Cole, and Clifford Kolber. Marc
Lessen, the groom's nephew, served
as ring-bearer.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Tallahassee after a honey-
moon in Jamaica.
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MRS. BRUCE SltGU
BARBARA GAIL STERLING
Sterlings Announce
Barbaras Engagement
To Lewis L. Kimler
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sterling of
6855 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach,
mnounce the engagement of thei-
laughter, Barbara Gail, to Lewi
S. Kimler, the son of Mrs. Lillici
Kimler, 2350 SW 21st Ter.
MUs Sterling, a graduate o'
Coral Gables Senior High Schoo'
ind the University of Miami, i;
ircsontly employed as a teache
n the Dade County school system
Mr. Kimler. a graduate of Ml
uni Senior High School, the Uni
versity of Miami Law School, is
presently an assistant public de-
render, and is also associated with
'he law firm of Becker and Kim-
ler.
A June 1971 wedding is being
planned.
Films In Local Theaters
Showing at the Carib, Miami,
Miracle and 163rd Street is "The
Cheyenne Srcial Club"; "A Time
in the Sun" is at the Mavfair and
Sunset. "Count Yorga, Vampire"
opens Friday at Coral Way. 27th
Avenue and LcJeune Drive-Ins;
'Something for Everyone" is being
held over at Carlyle and Twin I;
"The Adventurers" at Twin II
Cmdeland, "Women in Love" at
Byron and Parkway, "Z" at Nor-
mandy, "The Undefeated" and
"The Sicilian Clan," Palm Springs,
and "Chisum" and "Good Guys and
Bad Guys," North Dade Drive-in.
Son Born To Kaminers
Mr. and Mrs. Eliah Kamincr an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Jonathan Adam. The baby arrived
Saturday, Aug. 22, at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Proud grandparents are
Robert and Muriel Russell.
Marcia Shapiro
And Bruce Siegel
United in Marriage
Marcia Shapiro and Bruce Siegi 1
were united in marriage Saturday
Aug. 22, at the Doral Country
Club. Dr. Max Lrpschitz Officiated
at the 9 p.m. ceremonies, which
were followed by a reception at
the club.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Shapiro, 1920 nk
197th Ter., North Miami Beach]
graduated from Yale High Schoc '!
Her husband, a student at th.
University of Miami, graduate!
from Norland High School. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Siegel, live at 1911 NE 197th Ter.,
iNoi'tn Miami Beach.
The new Mrs. Siegel selected a
;own of white organza and lac
trimmed with seed pearls for fur
vvedding; a long veil fell from her
head-piece, which was fashioned in
the Camelot style, and her skirt
anted in a long train.
The bridal attendants were the
bride's sister, Gail Shapiro, maid
of honor, and her cousin, Judy
Shapiro, the groom's sister, Jana
Siegel, a cousin, Ronnie Zucker-
man and Bonnie Garfinkle, brides-
maids. Niel Siegel was best man
for his brother; Larry Zuckerman,
Stuart Zuckerman and Alan Petci-
man ushered.
After a honeymoon tour of
Jurcpe, the newlyweds will make
their home in Miami.
Eli Oster Studies In Israel *
Eli, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Oster, 4415 N. Bay R.I.. Miami
?each, will be among the young
\mericans study Vig in an Israeli
1'eshiva during the coming year.
e has been accepted for enroll-
ment at Yeshivat Kcrem B'Yavnrh
ne of six institutes of hifrhc ,
Talmudic studies sponsored by the
Torah Education Department of
the Jewish Agency in Now York
under its program of itishtalniut.
Beth David Teens In N.C
Four Beth David staff members
and 22 teenage members of its
USY cganization are participat-
ing in a 10-day leadership train-
ing institute at a camp in North
Carolina. The agenda will include
study, worship, recreatioa and so-
cial participation. ^i
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Deborah Chapter Meets
The Greater Miami Chapter of
*>?borah Hospital will hold its first
meeting of the Fall season at noon
Tuesday in the Algiers Hotel. Its
resident, Mrs. Wahl. invites all
nterestcd persons to attend the
jpen meeting.
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Leslie Harriet Lewis, Robert A. Nathan
Married July 2nd In Houston, Texas
The marriatje of Leslie Harriot
Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewis, and Robert Alan Na-
.
IMS. ROBERT A. MATHAH
In an, son of Dr. and Mrs. David
Nathan of Miami Beach, was sol-
emnized July 2 in the ballroom of
the West wood Country Club. Dr.
Hyman Judah Schachtel officiated;
a seated dinner followed the cere-
mony.
The bride is a graduate of So-
phie Newcomb College where shi
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilor
Tiho, social sorority, was a mem-
ber of Angel Flight, honorary, anr"
was sweetheart of Sigma Alph.i
Mu fraternity. T>e groom is p
cum laude graduate of Tulanr
"University, where he was a mem
fcei: of Sigma Alpha Mu, socia'
Iraternity. Alpha Epsilon Delta
pro-medical fraternity, and Ph
F-eta Kappa.
Mr. Lewis gave his daughter ir
marriage. She wore a formal gown
of candlelight satin combined witr
Alencon lace and pearls. The A
Jine skirt was enhanced by a re-
movable train that flowed t"
chapel length. Her short veil of
silk illusion flowed from a petal o(
lace and pear's. She carried :
t-ouquet of phalconopsis orchids.
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Holidays. Call 531-7367 after
5 p.m.
sisters matron of honor. Brides-
maids wero M\ss Lynn Lewis
cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Jack
Wilner. sister of the groom. They
wore floor length dark blue dresses
with bands of white embroidery at
the neckline and hemline, and
carried multi-flowered nosegays
with accents of red lovita roses
and deep blue cornflowers.
Dr. Nathan was his son's best
man. Groomsmen were Louis D
Lerner, Jack Wilner. and Zachary
Flax of New Jersey.
After a wedding trip to Mexico
City. Taxco, Cuernavaca and Aca-
pulco, the couple will make their
home at 7525 E. Treasure Dr. in
Miami Beach. Mr. Nathan
will attend the University of Miami
Medical School and Mrs. Nathan
will teach in the secondary schools.
SANDY BIACKMAN
Sandy Blackman, Fiance
Howard A. Cohn Plan
To Marry Next June
Sandy Blackman, the daughter
if Mr. and Mrs. Edward Black-
nan, 5741 SW 64th PI.. South
Miami, and her fiance, Howard
\llen Cohn are making plans for
> June, 1971 wedding, it has been
mnounccd.
The bride-elect graduated from
Southwest Senior High School and
tttended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege South before enrolling at
Memphis State University, where
>he is presently in her senior year.
Mr. Cohn, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Cohn of Memphis.
Tenn., is a first year law student
it Memphis State, where he pre-
viously earned his B.B.A. degree.
A member of the Shelby County
(Tenn.) Democratic Executive
Committee and Temple Israel,
Memphis, he obtained his M.A. de-
gree from Ohio State University.
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Fine Art, Drawing, Painting,
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Advertising Art.
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MRS. CHARLtS TAMAYO
Ruth Haengel And
Charles Tamayo
Exchange Vows
Ruth Haengel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Haengel of Hialcah.
and Charles Tamayo, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gaspar Tamayo, ex-
changed their vows at the Holiday
Inn, Miami Springs, on Saturday.
\ug. 22. The 5 p.m. ceremony was
followed by dinner at the motel.
The bride graduated from Hia-
eah High School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College. Her
husband graduated from Miami
Springs High School before en-
rolling at Miami-Dade.
Mr. and Mrs. Tamayo will live
in Hialeah after a honeymoon in
the Virgin Isles.
By MADGE ROSEXBATJM
RllTIIIE, by Norina Simon. Illus-j
t rated by Torn Kaolin. 180 Page*,!
$4.95, Meredith Press.
Set in Brooklyn during the De-(
pression years, this compassionate
story of a young girl is written
with understanding and affection.
Ruthie's mother becomes ill and
while she is hospitalized Ruthie
has to live wit'n friends of her par-
ents. Her loneliness and worry
about her family is touchingly
told. But not all is pathos in Ruth-
ie's lifeshe has fun with friends
and even some adventures. She
learns to cope with new responsi
bilities and experiences the joys
and sorrows of adolescence.
Young teenagers will identify
themselves with many of RuthieV
problems even though the perio''
of the story is in the enrly 1930's
Norma Simon is well known for
her books tor children and this on-'
will surely find a wide readme
audience.
SABRA. hy Ted Berkm.-m. Harp-
er Row, Publishcrc, 237 pages
$6.95.
The story of the Six-Day War
is to'd in an unusual presentation
by Ted Berkman. author of "Cas'
A Giant Shadow."
Mr. Berkman involves civilian?
of widely varied backgrounds wh<
were not the military strategist
but the Bvtual fighters and partici-
nants of the war. Men and wome'"
(ordinary people, brilliant scholar?
Drofessionalsl all were active!"
involved in this war for surviva'
and they, along with thousands o'
others unnamed and unrecorded
made victory possible.
Vivid protrayal of Israel, it
people and its fight for surviva'
make this well written book fasci-
nating reading for mature young
people and adults. Maps and pho-
tographs are informative and use-
ful and an excellent index is help-
ful to readers.
MI S H M A S H AND UNCLE
LOOEY, by Molly Cone, Illus-
trated by Leonard Shortall.
Houghton Miiflin Co., 86 Pages
$3.25.
Th>> fourth book in the "Mish-
mash" series is as rollicking and
delightful as any of its predeces-
sors. Again we meet Pete and his
lovable briend Mishmash who is
really a very special dog (to Pete,
at least).
Mol'y Cone has a gift of telling
i happy story about wonderfully
ard'nary people, big and little.
Children 7 to 12 will especially
"njov this jolly tale of a boy and
his dog.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY, by Aileen
Fisher and Olive Rabe, Illus-
trated by Lis Weil. T.Y. Crowell
Co., Publishers, $2.95.
One of the Crowell Holiday Book
Series, this simple book for young
children is always worth re-rcad-
Tng and re-telling.
Human Rights Day is observed
throughout the free world and!
celebrates the freedom men have
'ought and died for throughout
'he ages. From Egypt, Ancient
lome, England, the Boston Tea
Party, the French Revolution, ihc
American Revolution and to the
orcsent UN., this slim volume ex-
olains to the very young the im-
Kirtance of freedom and equality
of all men. The simple illustra-
ions enhance this worthwhile
book.
Mrs. Betty Boultinghouse, Su-
preme President of the Military
Order of the Cooties Auxiliary,
presents her organization's con-
tribution toward the $20 million
campaign for Mount Sinai Hos
pital's Medical Center to Ted
Safian, its director of develop
ment.
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Friday, August 28, 1970
BACK TO SCHOOL___
Beth Moshe Schedules High
Holy Day Services In Hotel
Temple Beth Moshe will hold
Its High Holy Day services at the
Balmoral Hotel, 9801 Collins Ave.,
, SHERMAN WIXN
Eal Harbour, Rabbi Joseph A. Gor-
'finkel and congregation president
Gerald Plessner have announced.
"Beth MbsHe," Rabbi Gorfinkel
laid, "Is very grateful to Sherman
Winn for offering the facilities of
the Balmoral Hotel for the Holy
Days, thus making it possible for
the congregation to maintain the
usual family spirit, even on the
High "Holy Days.
"The move," he continued, "was
necessary In order to provide seat-
ing for all of our members and
their teenagers at one family-type
service. Temple Beth Moshe's
present premises have no such ac-
commodation. As a family-oriented
congregation, we in Beth Moshe
feel that on High Holy Days es-
pecially, teenagers should not be
separated from their parents and
the family should be given the op-
portunity to worship as a unit. A
special service will be provided,
however, for children too young
to appreciate or participate in an
adult family-type service."
Temple Beth Moshe, which is
now eondueting an intensive mem-
bership drive, extends an invita-
tion to all non-affiliates in the
community to join their family
congregation. The temple office
will be glad to furnish further in-
formation.
Rabbi, Mrs. April Return
During their vacation, Rabbi and
Mrs. Simon April, who have now
returned home, visited their son
and daughter-in-law. Rabbi and
Mi's. Samuel April, in Philadel-
phia, Pa., and their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Blumenthal, in Savannah, Ga.
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'Friday Night With
Rabbi' At Menorah
Tomple Monorah will sponsor a
"FVRfcy Might with the Rabbi" in
which parents and children will
have the traditional Sabbath din-
ner in the Crimson Room of Tem-
ple Menorah. In addition to the
traditional meal tliere will be the
candlrlifjhting and Kiddush cere-
monies, as well as Sabbath songs
in which everyone will participate.
Highlighting the Friday evening
dinner will bo the special "How
Beautiful is our Heritage" program
describing the Sabbath ritual giv-
en by the 18 teenagers who par-
ticipated in the LTI encampment
of the Regional USY. A dranvilic
report of youth in Israel will be
presented by the Hve teenagers
who spent the summer on the USY
pilgrimage.
The "Friday Night with the
Rabbi" is an annual function of
Temple Menorah's PTA and this
year it will be co-sponsored both
by tVie Sisterhood and the Men's
Club of the Synagogue.
"The Sabbath is the most im-
portant holiday on the Jewish cal-
endar," Rabbi Abramowitz stated,
"and it seems fitting to have a
membership reunion at the Tem-
ple in the spirit of Sabbath as well
as in the spirit of sociability."
The outgoing presidents of the
temple's affiliated agencies will be
honored at the special event mark-
ing the inauguration of the tem-
ple's activities for the coming
year. To be honored are Mrs. Carl
Rosenberg, outgoing PTA presi-
dent, Mrs. Essie Wolf, outgoing
Sisterhood president, and Al Gold-
en, outgoing Men's Clnb president.
JWV 'Nite Club Nite'
The Ladies Auxiliary of West
Miami Post 223, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States, is
sponsoring a "Nite Club Nite" in
the Burgundy Room of the Caril-
lon Hotel, 6801 Collins Ave., Sat-
urday, beginning at 9 p.m. Funds
raised through the event will ben-
efit veterans services and commu-
nity work. Price includes dancing,
floor show and drinks. Mrs. Joseph
Achtman has the details.
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Page 11-F
Five Youths From Miami
Area To Attend Institute
:
STARLIGHT, Pa.Five youths
from Miami and Miami Beach are
among 225 Jewish college stu-
dents from 123 U.S. and Canadian
schools attending the 25th annual
su miner institute conducted by
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations at
Camp B'nai B'rith here.
The students are: Alan Winson
ol 1331 NW 132ml Ter., and Bren-
da GevQtz of 298 NE 53rd St.,
seniors at the University of Flor-
ida; Allen Schwartzbcrg of 541
190tli St., a junior at the Univer-
sity of Illinois; Theodore G. Bor-
kan of 3031 Praric Aye., a junior
at Olierlin College, and Steven D.
Franklin of 7713 Norenal Ave.. a
junior at the University of Michi-
gan.
The institute is an eight-day
program, of seminars, workshops
and student-speaker discussions in
which Jewish undergarduates par-
ticipate in candid and thorough
give-and-take sessions on matters
affecting them as Jews. B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations, which
maintains religious, cultural and
counseling progrunis at 280 col-
leges, sflect.s institute participants
on the^ basis of their leadership
activities in campus affairs.
The institute is structured to
involve the students in deciding
its content and teaching methods,
with seminars organized alone
"free university" lines. They will
include both traditional fields of
study and how Judaism took* at
such contemporary issues as sexuaj
ethics, communal living, studcut
nctivism and war and peace.
Students will put in a 16-hour
day, starting with religious serv-
ices at 7 in the morning and con-
cluding with informal talks in
their camp bunks until 11 at night.
The Institute faculty includes 21
members of the Hillel staff, spec-
ialists in Jewish music and dance!
and guest lecturers Prof. Murver
Bernstein of Princeton University,!
chairman of the B'nai B'rith Hill- j
el Commission; Moshe Yegar, eon-j
til general of Israel in Philadcl-!
phia, and Zalman M. Schachter, i
professor of Judaic studies at the;
University of Manitoba. Rabbi
Max Ticktin, Hillel's director of
leadership training and campus,
director at the University of Chi-'
cago has been its director for the!
past seven years.
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Charlotte Hervey Named
Educational Counselor
Chat lot te D. Harvey of Ft. Lauii-
erdal", a nationally known sales
executive, has heen appointed edu-
cational counselor at Ft. Laudcr-
dale's Psospect Hall College, where
Secretarial and fashion programs
will begin Sept. 14.
Miss Hervey. a native of Loguns-
port. Ind.. studied in France, at-
tended Purdue University and
graduated from the College of the
Albemarle. Elizabeth City, N.C. At
the ;ige of 19. she was the young-
est employment counselor in In-
diana. Employed by the Business
Men's Clearing House in Indianap-
olis, she earned its top sales award.
Since coming to Ft. Laudcrdalo
five years ago. Miss Hervey has
been associated with the Royal
Continental Hotels Corp. and Col-
liers Publishing Co., traveling
tliroughout the United States and
participating in national franchise
shows in public relations and sales.
A S400 check was presented to INF officials
recently by VIPs of the Cuban Hebrew Con-
gregation, which hod raised the funds at a
function held at their headquarter. From left
are Rabbi Dow Roz?ncwaig, Sisterhood sec-
retary Mrs. Dina Krone, JNF vice president
Abraham Grunhut, Sisterhood president
Esther Szapoznik, JNF's executive director
Judge Zev W. Kogan, and its vice president.
Prof. Andre Bialolenki.
Rep. Pettigrew To Be Honored Oct. 4 At Benefit Dinner
A state-wide citizens committee
has been formed, to plan an Oct. 4
benefit dinner and show at the
Carillon Hotel honoring State Rep.
Richard Pettigrew. the speaker-
designate of Florida's House of
Representatives. Proceeds of the
$250-a-plate event will be used for
the campaigns of Democratic can-
didates running against Republi-
can opponents for seats in the
House.
Rep. Pettigrew, who represents
Dade County's District 97, is the
first Dade County legislator ever
to hold the speakcrship. First
elected to the House in 1963, he
has been one of the legislature's
most honored members, receiving
the Allen Morris Award in 1965,
and the St. Petersburg Times'
"most valuable member of the
House" award in 1969. A leader
during the past three sessions, he
has been responsible for most of
the election reforms and other key
legislation.
Among the prominent men and
civic leaders who will be serving
on the committee arc J. B. Spence,
chairman of the House Democratic
campaign committee, Frank How-
er, Jr., Sam Luby, Jr., Dr. Robert
A. Gudice and Dr. Jim C. Hirsch-
man, of Miami; Arthur Courshon,
Miami Beach; Maynard Abrams.
Hollywood; Welcom Watson, Fort
Lauderdale; Ralph Blank, West
Palm Beach; Frank Fee, Fort
Pierce; Jack White, Daytona
Beach; Tony Ninos. Cocoa; Lacy,
Mahon, Jr., and James L. Ade,
Jacksonville; Earl Powers, Gaines-
ville; Julian Smith, Tallahassee;
Julian Bennett, Panama City;
Louis Ray, Jr., Pensacola; Bill
Register, Raynell E. Sloan and
James Kyncs, Tampa; Raleigh,
Green, St. Petersburg; Ed Price,
Bradenton, Chesterfield Smith,
Lakeland.
The dinner, which will be held
at the time of the Democratic
House Caucus in Miami, is expect-
ed to bring together Democratic
candidates for Congress, Cabinet
posts, and the U.S. Senate seat u
addition to the state legislators.
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Friday, August 28, 137"
James Gartner
tincro Stein
JAMES GAilDNER
James, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Mai^hall Gardner, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Aug. 29,
at Young Israel of Greater Miami,
with Rabbi Naftali Porush offici-
ating.
Following the services, a Kiddush
will toe sponsored by the celeb-
rant's parents for the members of
the congregation, family and
friends.

KEITH ROBBINS
Saturday morning, Aug. 29, at
8:45 a.m., in the main sanctuary of
Temple Ner Tamid, Keith Tyler,
son of Mrs. Helen Robbins and Mr.
Burton Robbins will be Bar Mitz-
vah.
Keith is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the services.
Keith's paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robbins
of Miami Beach.
IKKKKIV SIEOEL
Jeffrey Laurence, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Siegel, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday eve-
ning, Aug. 29. at Temple Zion with
Cantor Richard S. Browdy offici-
ating.
J?ffrey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School
Mr. and Mrs. Siegel will host a
dinner in their son's honor fol-
lowing the services. Among the
honored guests will be Jeffrey's
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F. Halle and Mrs. Rose Siegel,
from New York.
ROXXY GARELICK
Ronny Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Garelick, 10412 S\V
50th Street, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Aug. 29, at
Temple Or Olom.
Ronny, a sixth grade student a:
Tropical Elementary School, plays
the accordion.
Mr and Mrs. Gare'ick will his'
the One? Shabbat Friday night,
the Kiddush on Saturday following
the services, and a reception in
Ronny's honor Saturday evening
at the Temple.
Among thQ honored guests will
be the celebrant's grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gare'.ick and Mrs
Jenie Pass.
Kl.I.ls BROWN
On Saturday, Aug. 29th at 9:30
a.m. Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs
Milton Brown. SO W. 58th St.
Hialeah, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Ellis, an eighth grade student at
Hialeah Junior High School, plays
trumpet in the school band and
is taking organ and guitar instruc-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown will host
the Kiddush following the cere-
mony and a dinner at Runaway
Bay Club in the evening in the
celebrant's honor.
Out of town guest6 will include
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinstein,
their son. Jeffrey and daughter.
Laurie Sue, of Holbrooke, Mass.; |
Miss Susan Porter of Che'sea. |
Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry I
Victorson and their daughter,!
Sheryl, of Norwood, Mass.
His maternal grandmother is I
Mrs. Sarah Porter; paternal grand
mother is Mrs. Lena Brown.
JAIME KERBEL
Jaime, son of Mr/and Mrs. Josi
tferbe! 9321 SW 25th St.. wil
celebrate hi^ Bar Mitzvah Sat
urday, Aug. 29, at Temple Oi
Olom.
Jaime, a seventh grader at Rock-
way Junior High School, who play
clarinet in the school band, came
o the United States from Cuba I
when he was five years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Kerbel will host
an Oneg Shabbat Friday night, the j
Kiddush Saturday following the
services nnd a reception and din-
ner in Jaime's honor at the YM
YWHA on Sunday. Aug. 30.
Among the honored guests wil"
be Jaime's grandparents Mr. ant
Mil- Jaccb Feinstetn and Mrs
Fruma Kerbel, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lizardo Pereira of New York.
LINDA STEIN
Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Stein of Miami, will cele-
">raie her Bat Mitzvah during
5at>LVtth morning services at Tem-
ple Zamora Saturday, Aug. 29.
Linda, ar eighth grade student
it South Miami Junior High
school, has been active in Za-
nora's Hebrew and Sunday school,
working with the very young stu-
dents.
Among the guests at the festivi-
ties will be Linda's grandparents,
Mrs. Belle Kaiser of Miami and
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Stein of Mil-
waukee, Wis.
Rosinek Chairs Picnic
Coral Gabi a \\tg< School teach-
er Jeff Rosinek, a past president
of Dade County's "Young Demo-
crats" has been named to serve as
chairman of Congressman Dante
i-asceH's 21st annual Labor Day
picnic at Crandon Park Monday,
Sept. 7. The event will be devoted
to impressing citizens with their
duty to vote in the primary elec-
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Sepe Campaigning For Stedman Seat
[Hanley Wolf New
[ea Hanley Wolf has boon elected
Resident of Joab, Inc., which op-
erates the Li'l Abner Mobile Home
HAMlfT WOLF
ark at West Flagler Street and
12th Avenue, his father, Abner
Wolf, founder and developer of
he park, one of South Florida's
argest, has announced. The Red-
ord Center Corporation, Detroit,
rlich., of which Joab, Inc. is a
ubsidiary. is controlled by Abner
Rr'olf, his son and their families.
Hanley Wolf, 50, who until re-
ently, was a partner in the Busy
Car Wash, Inc. in South Mi-
mi, will now become active in the
lagement of the Li'l Abner Mo-
ttle Home Park. He attended the
Rjniversity of Michigan and later
Served four years in the U.S. Army
Muring World War II. H,e and his
||pfe, the former June Feldman of
i Chicago, live in Hollywood and
' belong to the Emerald Hills Coun-
try Club and Temple Beth El.
Ttley are ine parents of two
daughters. Lynn is the wife of
(Harvey Kopelowlu, an attorney
in New York City; Sue is a junior
at the University of Miami, where
is majoring in advertising.
Al Sepe, former executive as-
sistant in the State Attorney's of-
fice, who is campaigning for the
Criminal Court bench of Carling
Stedman, was selected this year
for the first Outstanding Prosecu-
tor's Award by the Florida Prose-
cuting Attorneys Association. Ac-
tive in combatting drug abuse both
county *and *t*TrtWide,' it was he
who set up the Drug Information
Center, a group of teenagers to
research and disseminate informa-
tion on drugs.
"It is not mere chance that of
the four out of five Criminal
Court benches up for election this
year. I have chosen that of Carl-
ing Stedman to run for," Sepe
Massey Campaign
Is Gaining Support
Arthur Massey is reported gain-
jig widespread support in his cam-
paign for the Group 2 Criminal
Court Judge seat now held by
Carling Stedman.
Latest group officially endors-
ing Mr. Massey's candidacy are
the Dade County Council of Sen-
ior Citizens, local AFL-CIO unions,
Youth for Effective Government,
and the Dade County Council for
ieyernmcnt Action. Mr. Massey
!:aiii"d the endorsements as evi-
dence that his campaign to restore
public confidence in the court now I
presided over by Judge Stedman j
is widely backed throughout the '
county.
A- World War II Navy veteran, |
he obtained his education at Rut- i
gerg, Duke, and the University of j
Miami. He has served on the U-M
board of directors and as president |
ol its Law Alumni Association. As |
a municipal judge1961-65, he i
launched an alcoholic rehabilita- I
lion program copied by 27 other I
cities. His anti-narcotics campaign
WAS begun more than seven years
ago, and- was among the first of
jts kind. '
said. -However, I am conducting
my campaign on what I s;and FOR
rather than AGAINST what Sted-
man represents."
Mr. Sepe, who has server 14 ,
years in the State Attorney's of-1
fice, has been chief prosecutor of \
the Criminal Court, Special Pros-
ecutions Division and the Major:
Crimes Division of the State At- '|
torney's Office. He fought against
narcotics before the battle against '
drug abuse became a popular
platform as chairman of the Drug
Abuse Committee of the Flor-
ida Prosecuting Attorney's Asso-
ciation, and established the speak-
oi s bureau at the State Attorney's
Office for schools and organiza-
tions.
He resigned from the State At-1
orney's Office in June to run for
the Criminal Court bench, and
opened campaign headquarters at
6C4 NW 12th St. H's campaign co-
ordinator is Denis Dean, a former
prosecutor who worked with him
in the campaign against drug
abuse.
Sherman Winn In
Democratic Race
For Legislature
Sherman S. Winn, Democratic
candidate for the Florida House of
Representatives from District 103.
and former Mayor of North Miami,
continues to campaign vigorously
on the issues and his qualifica-
tions.
Mayor Winn served in the United
States Army during World War II
and has served his community in
many endeavors. He is a member
of the Advisory Board of both
Florida State University and Flor-
ida Memorial College. He has been
active in community drives ben-
efiting the Employ the Handicap-
ped Committee, Variety Children's
Hospital, North Dade Children's
Center and the United Cerebral
Palsy Association and has spon-
sored North Miami's President's
Youth Corps Program since its
inception in 1966.
Mayor Winn has been an active
part of Florida.-/ No. 1 industry,
tourism, for the past 15 years
having worked in managerial ca-
pacities for the Monte Carlo. Bilt-
more Terr ,ce nG President Madi-
son Hotels. He has held the posi-
tion of vice president and general
manage of the Balmoral Hotel for
the past 12 years.
The former mayor is honorary
president of Belli Moshe Congre-
gation of North Miami and a mem-
ber of its board of directors. He
has received numerous awards for
his outstanding service. In 19S7
Winn was honored by Florida
State University as the recipient
of the first Distinguished Service
Award Dinner given by the Uni-
versity. The North Miami Chamber
of Commerce awarded Mayor Winn
with the Community Service
Award in 1956 and in 1967 he was
recipient of the North Miami Jay-
cees Good Government Award. In
1969 ho was presented with an
Award of Appreciation from the
Central Baptist Church of Miami
for his contribution toward broth-
erhood and understanding in our
community. Recently he received
the Distinguished Citizen Award
from the Interama Chamber of
Commerce.
Bruce Tissot Controller
Of American Savings
Morris N. Broad, president of
American Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach, announces
the appointment of Brure C. Tis-
sot to the position of Controller of
Association.
Born in Akron, Ohio, Mr. Tissot
became a Floridian when his fam-
ily moved to Hollywood, where
he graduated from high school,
before attending the University of
Miami. He has completed all re-
quirements of the American Sav-
ings and Loan Institute and ex-
pects to obtain his graduate di-
ploma next year. He has previ-
ously been associated with Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion of Miami, and Citizens Fed-
eral of St. Lucie County.
Moe Kudler cf Los Angeles,
Calif., will serve as chairman
of the 27-member Committee
on Planning and Research
established recently by B'nai
B'rith to evaluate and assign
priorities for its operations in
the next decade.
Temple Zion's "Mr. and Mrs. Club" elected these couples
as its officers for the coming year. David Sokol and his
wife. Shelly, were chosen to serve as presidents; the vice
presidents are Mis. Nellie Horowits and her husband,
Edward.
Temple Zien Begins Seasonal Activities
Temple Israel Registering
Temple Israel's Religious School
will open for its 48th school term
the weekend of Sept. 12-13, it has
lieen announced. Registrations arc
currently being accepted for stu-
dents at all age levels from
kindergarten through 12th grade.
Temple Zicn, located at 8000
Miller Rd., will begin its nursery
and kindergarten classes Monday
at 9 a.m. The Hebrew school will
open Sept. 8; first Sundav school
sessions will be held Sept. 13 at
10 a.m. Registrations are sti'l tar-
ing accepted at the temple office.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro and
Cantor Richard Browdy will be at
Temple Zion Sunday mornings to
advise and consult with persons
who have questions concerning
membership. Coffee and Danish is
available; a cordial invitation to
visit is extended by the temple.
The temple's Mr. and Mrs. Club,
one of the most active of its social
groups, will hold its first general
meeting of the new season in the
social hall Tuesday at 8 p.m. The
lub, which has a weekly bowling
league, and plans frequent cock-
lail and theatre parties, lectures,
vquarc dances and cultural events,
will h Id a cocktail party in the
social hall Saturday, Sept. 19 with
music for dancing supplied by the
Fred Zucker orchestra, hot hors
d'ocuvris and drinks.
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Friday, August 28. 1970
Cease-Fire Shatters Myths About Palestinian Arabs
J" BY SAM LIPSKI
An important turning point like
?he Mftkfte" East cease-fire has a
Way of casting new light on the
myths which have been built up
during the past few months. Also
some new perspectives became ap-
parent in the first few days of the
silent guns.
The fi"st myth which needs to
be re-examined is the potency of
the Palestinian guerrillas as a
serious threat to Israel and to a
settlement of the Arab-Israeli con-
flict. The American mass-media
has been blowing up the guerrilla
image. On the covers of "Look,"
"Life," and other magaTrines, on
every network television program
which purports to cover news in
leplh. in week-ctyd feature sections
of most newspai>crs, there have
been "exclusive" interviews with
this or that leader of one of the
guerrilla groups.
Itnli-m women journalists braved
the desert sands, prize-winning
photographers braved the live bul-
lets El Fatah and the other groups i
use to train their soldiers. When i
one of the Palestinian leaders de-
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clared "We arc the now Zionists
i>f the Middle East," the picture
was complete.
A motley crowd of New Left
student groups, black liberation-
sts, and sortie trendy commenta-
tor adopted the Palestinian guer-
rillas. Had it stayed at that level
of seriousness, it might have re-
mained interesting although hard-
ly significant in the American
assessment of the real forces in
the Middle East. But more and
more we began to hear official
spokesmen for the Nixon adminis-
tration underlining the import-
ance of the Palestinian guerrillas,
In July, Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph Sisco said it would
not bo possible to achieve a peace
in the Middle East unless the "le-
gitimate concerns*' of the Pales-
tinians were met, because they
had become a formidable political
force in the area.
Statements like that, coming or.
top of the mass-media image have
caused confusion, not least amongst
some of the pundits who offer their;
expertise on foreign affairs to the;
American public. After the first
few days of the cease-fire a clearer!
picture began to emerge.
For a start, the much-vaunted
military strength of the guerrill is
began to seem questionable. Israel
which officially prefers to call
Hum "terrorists," has consistently
claimed that while the Palestinian
commando groups did threaten in-
dividual Israelis such as school
children, airline passengers and
Sabbath eve shopi>ers in crowded
supermarkets, they presented no
threat to Israel militarily and
could not destroy Israel on their
owntheir stated objective.
At the same time any realistic
assessment of the guerrillas' po-
litical strengthand the Israelis
are nothing if not realistichas
to concede that they did threaten
weak Arab governments like those
of Jordan and Lebanon. After the
cease-fire took effect on the Egyp-
tian and Jordanian fronts, the
guerrillas had their chance im-
mediately to show that they would
J not be bound by the agreement
and that they had the military
muscle to force it to break down.
But what happened? If anything
the guerrilla attacks proved less
effective. This was because they
were busy fighting amongst them-
selves over the acceptance by
Qiiro and Amman of a cease-fire
and did not have the active coop-
eration of the official government
forces. Israel's counter-measures
were also proving effective.
None of this detracts for a mo-
ment from the "legitimate" aspir-
ations of the Palestinians who
have rights to a homeland as ev-
ery people do, and as Israel fully
recognizes. But it is a far from
"legitimate" aspiration to demand
the dismantlement of Israel and
its replacement by a "secular"
Palestinian statea prospect which
does not need very much con-
templation from the Israelis.
Yet what do American spokes-
men like Ambassador Sisco mean
when they sneak of the "legiti-
mate concerns" of the Palestin-
ians? And about which leader of
which group is Washington speak-
ing?
The immediate question is
whether the Palestinian guerrillas
are strong enough on their own to
dictate the course of events in the
Mid-lie East against the interests
of Nasser's Egypt which remains
the real force. The first lew days
showed that it is highly unlikely.
For all the reports that the masses
of the Arab world would follow
El Fatah anywhere, we have seen
a different picture.
It was Vietnam which was large-
ly responsible for the more popu-
lar notion about the Palestinian
guerrillas. The Viet Gong which
had so bedeviled and bemusei
American military power were
the conscious model for the P,i!.N.
tinian groups. But Israel Is not
Vietnama fact which seems to
have escaped many AmeriiiiK
who have made the equation be
tween El Fatah and the NLF.
The acceptance of the Amori.
con diplomatic initiative for a
cease-fire has offered new per.
spectivc on more than one side
of the conflict. The debate inside
Israel which led to the resigna-
tion of Gahal from the coalition
government proved to be a healthy
and significant development be-
cause it forced Israelis to face up
to the concrete prospects- of ne-
gotiation and question the basic
issues at stake.
No sooner did the cease-firo be-
gin than the Israeli press was
filled with a vigorous debate on
what the state's vital interests
were and what matters were
negotiable. The vagueness and
clouding of Israel's demand in a
peace settlement began to hit
the beginnings of a consensus has
begun to emerge.
If the cease-fire agreement
little else it has at least contribut-
ed to the beginnings of .
outlook on some of the myths and
realities of the Middle EisI ri
both sides.
Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2532
GEORGE T. CLARK
in RE: Estate of
ROBERT LEI >>' :< H.llt
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and ah Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
Ynu are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have wtainst the es-
tate of ROBERT LEON (JOLFB de-
eeeased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.111, 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 he harred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Till
day of August, AD. 197(1.
BESSIE OOU'R
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of August, 1970.
ROBERT L. BIXIOMBERO
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side.
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ing Ave., M.B, ltlasl.i-rg.
BRODSKY. Ruth, 52, 1" Denox Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
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PROVUS. David, ss, 3440 Royal Balm
Ave. Riverside,
SKYLER, William, 64, 3"0 N.W. 177th
St. Riverside. Interment Mt, Slnal.
WOUK. l>.uis, 77, 140" Ocean Dr.,
M.B. Riverside.
COOPERMAN, Harry, 7s. 5860 X. Mi-
ami Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt
Sinai.
FISCHER. Harold, <..".. 1795 Normandy
Dr., Normandy Isle. Newan.
GOLDSTEIN, Morris Bertram, 17. S5C0
Crystal View Ct., .Miami. River-
side. Interment Star of David.
MareeDI
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2872
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
la RE: Batata of
ETHEL M. KF.XXF.l.l.,
I teceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ETHEL M. KICX.v ELL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and a. provided ia Section 733.lt,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of Augusl. AD. 1970.
UFA ESSE.V
As Administrator C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of August, 1970.
RICHARD ESSEN
Attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
1208 Alnsley lildg.,
Miami, Flu.
8/28 9/4-11-18
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Memt.er:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
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865-2353
730 Sty My Hr,l Slr
ABRAMOWITZ, Bessie, 87. XB1 N.B
52nd SL Riverside. Interment ill,
Nebo.
GUTH, Henry. "'>. 7725 Bvron Av-,
M.B. Blasberg;. Interment Mt. N'eta,
HERMAN, Harold, 74, 3001 S. Oeua
Dr.. Hallandale. Riverside.
JAWITZ, Sidney. 72, 1185
Dr.. M.B. Riverside.
MENDELSOHN, Elca, 80.
33rd St., Miami. Blasberg.
WAHTEL, Nathan, 21 43rd st
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinn
BACKALL, Samuel, 5,:i:i Colli:
M.B. Gordon.
bell, Sadye, 73, 1809 Brlokell
Riverside.
HALPERN. Meyer. 1401 K K
ami Gardens Dr. Riverside.
KLEIN, Max. 7. Till" B.W. 82nd St.,
Miami. Riverside.
KLOMPUS, Ralph, 73, 8911 Garland
Ave., Surfside. Riverside. Temple
Israel Cemetery.
MASIN, Moses, 79, 1400 Lincoln Rd
M. it. Cordon.
RAMO. Meyer, 78, 1944 Jeff..
Hollywood. Interment Mt. Sinai
RlCHMAN. Helen, 7::, 800 West Avi ,
M.B. Blasberg.
SEDOR, I'hil, 87, BOO Bay Dr.,
Riverside.
WEIBERGER, Mavia C,., 43,
Xorthshore Dr.. M.B. Rlversld.
DAMELIO, Sylvia 1'., 40. MC
Fifth Ave., Hialeah. Riverside.
FLEISHMAN. Benjamin. 81.
Pennsylvania Ave., M.B. Riverside,
MULCAHY, Edmund, 52, 446B Port
Ave. Blasberg.
OSHER, Eva. 90, 350 Ninth St., M.B.
Blasberg.
RUDO, Ely, 58,
M.B. Riverside.
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTiCE
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ln'd FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14553
NOTICE OF SUIT
FltUMAN'.
luff,
iS I FRUMAN,
ferViN I. FRUMAN
I Bergman
I Bast 21st Street
imklvn. New York
AI IB HEREBY NOTIFIED
vour Answer lo the Complaint
L-orce filed in this Court against
liih the Clerk of the Court and
cony of vour written defenses
muff's Attorney, AKTHl.lt S,
-I jl-110 Biscay-lie Building. 19
Flagler Street. Miami; Florida,
on or before the 23rd day of
[inber, 18J0. othenvl.se a Judg-
may be entered against you fur
Llief demanded in the Complaint,
fed tills 17th day of August, 1970.
B.- B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:'C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
bull Court Seal, ..,.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOYICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
i, of Chapter 678 Florida stat-
| AnnaUtad UMJ> Warehousemen
Warehouse Receipts wherein
VAT* LINKS u Florida corpora-
hy virtue of its warehouse Hen
iti possession the following de-
i. d property.
I Household goods as the property
['iiia HarH whose last known ad-
wait 2385 N.E 173rd St. Apt.' 3t5,
li F)a and that on the 11th day
Bptefcher, 1970 during the legal
i of. sale, mainly between 11:00
noon and 2:00 In the afternoon at
N W, 24th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
[ the undersigned shall offer for
to the highest hiddder for cash
land the above described property
[ted at Miami. Florida, this lSlh
uf Aug. 1970.
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO A 1.1, TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHAI,I. COME OREBTTNOS:
Whereas, THEODORE R. NELSON,
Miami Beach. Florida; .MARTHA AL-
BRIGHT, Miami Beach, Florida; JO-
SEPH C. SEOoR, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, did on the sara day "f January,
A.I). 1963 cause to be Incorporated
Under the Iilws of the State of Flor-
ida NANKSS U.N'D COM PA NT, INC.
a corporation, with its principal place
of business at Miami Beach, bade
County in the State of Florida, and
whereas such corporation did on the
31st day of July, A.D. 1970. cause to
be filed In the office of the Depart-
ment of State of tho Stale or Florida.
the documentary authority required
under Section 608.27, Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Nq\y. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going, and. that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
IX WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 3'si day of July,
AD. 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary 6f State
8/2S/70
S 81-88
THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2145
IE: Estate of
si: BENNETT
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII Creditors and All Persons Ilnv-
Clninw or IK-mands Against Said
ktei
ou are hereby notified and reipjir-
lo present any claims and demands
rli vou may have against the es-
.f ROSE BENNETT deceased
at Daile County. Florida, to the
Inty Judges of fade County, and
[the same in duplicate and as pro-
(I in Section 7:!::.16. Florida Slal-
n their offices in the County
rthou.se In Dude County,Florida,
tin six calendar months from the
,f the Ort miblication hereof,
same will be barred,
lied at Miami, Florida, this 4th
Of AuKUSt, A D 1870.
MALCOLM H. FRIEDMAN
\ Administrator of the
i-;- tite of Kose Bennett
|rs( publication of Ibis notice on
Mm .lav of August. 1970.
Il.f. d.M II FRIEDMAN
l.s.iv First Street, -Miami, Fla.
8.21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE. UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC ARTS
OF FLO&TDA at 111 N.E. 2nd Ave..
Miami, Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAUL R. Ol-IVA (owner 50%)
JOSE GAMALIjO R, (owner 50*-)
8/28 9/4-11-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 70-14770
DIETER H. TIl'l'K,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIE OIIACAN TIPPE,
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: MARIE O'HAGAN TIPPE
42 Abbolt Avenue
Ocean Grove, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if anv. to it on
TALIANOFF Jfc WALLER. Attorneys
for Plaintiff, whose address is 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33139. and file the original With the
Clerk ot the above-styled Court on or
before the 22nd day of September,
1970; otherwise a judgment may be
cmfe$d against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand anil the seal
of said Court at Miahvf, Dade County,
Florida, on this 14Ui day of August,
1070.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
TALIANOFF & WAITER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/21-28 9/4-11
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3005
Dowling
IB: Estate Of
|AV KLINE
/a JOSEPH J. KLINE
ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
[All Creditors and All persons Hav-
Clalnu or Demands Against Bald
late:
|ou are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demands
ch you may have against the es-
of .1. JAY KLINE a/k/a JO-
>H J. KLINE deceased late of
County. Florida, to the County
s of Dade County, ami file the
in dunllcale and as provided in
[lion 733 16, Florida Statutes, in
?li offices in the County Courthouse
Dade County, Florida, within six
Indar month* from the time of the
It publication hereof, or the same
be barred
'ated at Miami. Florida, this 21st
>f August, A.I>. 1970.
/s Jacqueline i>. Kott
Jacqueline I). Kott
As EScecutrix
first publication of this notice on
I 2*lh dav of August. 1970.
iPTN E KOTT
|r Rock Garden I-anc
nml. Florida 33156
[torney for Executrix
8/88 94-11-18
i THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2800
[RE: Estate of
IRRBTT s. CUNNINGHAM
oonsod
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All Persons
iving Claims or Demands Against
ggKiil Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
Bred to present any claims and de-
mds you may have against the es-
te of BARRETT S. CFNNINOHAM
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
the County Judges of Dade Coun-
id file the same in duplicate and
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Mutes, in their offices In the Coun-
Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
i within six calendar months from
time of the first publication here-
or the same will be barred.
">ated at Miami. Florida, this 4th
of August. AD. 1070.
ELEANOR C. CUNNINGHAM
As Executrix
"Irat publication of this notice on
the 7th day of August, 1970.
&MUBL STEKN
ttorney for Executrix
f.o Bo* 1914.
oral Gables, Fla. 33134
8/1-14-81-88
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-14886
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
COLIN HULME,
Plaintiff,
FRANCES HULME.
Defendant.
TO: FRANCES HCI.ME
Defendant
c o Mr. Ed Dormail
4 Phillips Drive
Swanaboro, North Carolina 2 You, FRANCES ill'LME. are here-
by notified that B 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 Rill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, MAURICE JAY kitnek. Esq.,
1302 Northeast Airlines lluildlng. 160
S 10. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd day of
September, 197". If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.u for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDrAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this I7th day of August AD.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. eol'Ei.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
MAURICE JAY KI'TNER. ESQ.
1803 Northeast Airlines Building
ISO S li 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 83181
Attorney f... Plaintiff ^ ^^
NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-12867
SUIT FOR, DIVORCE
NATHANIEL L. CARTER,
Plaintiff,
RI'BY CARTER
Defendant
TO: RI'BY CARTER
Residence Unknown
You 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 Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. ESSEN &
ESSEN 120S Ainsley Bldg.. Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
l.-.th day of September, 1970. If you fail
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 for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of August, AD.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ESSEN & ESSEN
1208 Ainsley Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14697
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES JACK ALONE,
Plain tiff,
VS.
ELLEN I.OIS JACK A LONE,
Defendant
TO: El.I.EN LOW .IACKAI.ONE
479 Hobolsen Road
Carlst.adt. New Jersey
You, ELLEN LOIS JACKALONE,
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, POLLACK &
YOCOM, 1700 N.W. 7th Street, Suite
100, Miami. Fktrida and file the origin-
al Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 28th day of September,
1970. If you fall to do no. judgment by
default will be taken against vou for
Hie relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I DONE, AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day of August AD.
1970,
B. B. LEATHEHJMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seul)
Uw Offices of Pollack & Yocom
1700 N.W. 7th Street Suite 100
Miami, Florida 33123
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/81-28 9/4-11
LEGAL NOTICf
8/7-11-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2366
III RE: Estate of
ADA DENO.N
L NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate of ADA denon deceased late
of Hade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges Of Daile County, and file thu
game in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.111. 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
"^l,!::;,':;,'Miami, nonaa, &*
ANNA STERN
As Administratrices
First publication Of this_ notice on
the 14th day of August. 1W0.
HARRY ZUKERNICK .
Attorney for Administratrixes
80 Lincoln Road ayi4.-88 W
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRER-
ENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
Whereas, MELVIN GROSSMAN, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida. MAITA GROSS-
MAN, -Miami Bench, Florida. CI.AI DK
L E1CIIEI.. Miami. Florida did Ml
the 2nd day of July. A.D. 1969 cauai
to be Incorporated under the laws of
the Slate of Florida MELVIN CROSS-
MAN", l'.A, a corporation, with. It*
principal place Of business at Miami
Beach, Dade County in the State of
Florida, and whereas such corporation
did on the 10th day of August, AD.
18T0, cause to be filed in the office
of the Department of state of the
state of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section 608.-
^7. Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of such corporation.
Now, therefore the Secretary Of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that lie Is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied wilh.N WITV1..SS wm.;m,.
OF, I have hereunto net
my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the tenth day of
August. All 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of Slate
S/21-2S 0 '4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS^EliE^aiYGN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
^^^aI'b'eIctobarbosa^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IsSlU-OlVBX that
"gSiVj desiring to engage
NOTICk BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-14967
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BTANLEIuH .MYRON FRANKLIN,
Plaintiff.
MiK.MA B. FRANKLIN',
Defendant,
TO: Mrs. Norma It. Franklin
< 0 Alma Boatwrlght
Jonesville, Virginia
You, NORMA B. FRANK LI
hereby notified that a BU
plaint for Divorce lias
against you, and you
to serve copy of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19306
NOTICE
IN RE: ADOPTION OF MINOR,
MISTY LEIGH EVANS.
BY:
BONNIE JEAN AXE and
WILLIAM AXE
TO: liOl' EVANS
Residence IT'nknnwn
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
the above-named Petitioner RONNIE
JEAN AXE and WILLIAM AXE, lias
filed 11 petition ill the above-styled
court for the adoption of the minor
child named therein ami you are re-
quired to show cause why the same
should not be granted by serving a
copy Of vour written defenses, if any,
upon LESTER ROGERS, Attorney
for Petitioner. 1451 N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 38186, and by filing
the original thereof with the Clerk
of said Court on or before the 2Xth
day of September, 1!'7. or otherwise
a decree may be entered against you
granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal Of
said court at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 18th day of August,
E. P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
(Circuit Court Seal) ^^ ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND TOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-1C481
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEORGE RAPHAEL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
H'CIENNE RAPHAEL,
Defendant
TO: LUCIENNE RAPHAEL
C'o Dainase Cass.us
Port Au Prince. Haiti
You. LUCIENNE RAPHAEL, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been nwu
against vou. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the" Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, GOODMAN *
HOl.TZMAN. ll" Concord Bldg., 66
W Flagler St Miami, Florida 88180,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk or the.
Circuit Court on or before the .Sth
dav of September, 1970. If you faU to
do so, judgment by default will In.
taken against you for the Teller de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of August A.D.
K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPE1.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GOODMAN & HOI.TZMAN
linn Concord P.Idg.
Miami, Florida 33130379-0808
AUorneys for Plaintiff 8/2i28!i,in
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. LEVENBURRY, ,
Plaintiff.
Vs.
JAMES RUSSELL I.E\-ENBERP.Y.'
Defendant.
TO: JAMES Rl'SSELL 1
LEVENBERRY ^ ^
C/b Theresa l.cvenberry
(61 N.E. 4th SI ret
Washington, D C
Ynu. JAMES RUSSELL I.EVEN-
BEIUIY, are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filial against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading lo the Bill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
PAUL K'WrTNKV, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 38189 ami file
the original Answer or Pleading in
-Bio office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or. before the lfilh day ot
September, IMP. If MDU fail to do SO,
judgment by default will, be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of.Complaint.
This 'notice shall he published;once
each week for four consecutive weeks
tn THIUISWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of August AD.
1976.
13. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk i
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk .
(Circuit Court Seal) 1 I
PAULKWITNKY w *
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fin. "3139
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/14-2t-28,*/
are
of Corn-
been filed
are required
your Answer or
on
Florid*.
register aftld name
BWgjataswrai
OW"er 8/7-14-81-28
Pleading lo the Bill of Complaint.
the Plaintiffs attorney, PA1 L KW IT-
NEV ESQ., Suite 510, 480 Lincoln
Road'. Miami Beach, Florida 3SU9 and
flic the original Answer or Pleading
1 the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 18th day
of September, 1970. If you fail to do
so, judgment by default will he taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice, shall be published opc
each week for four consecutive weeks
la THE JEWISH FU'KIDIAN.
"' is.NE AND ORDERED at Mlam .
Florida, this 18th day of August AD.
' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
cult Court, Dade County, Honda
By: J SMITH
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KW|TNEY
420 IJncoln Road. Suite M0
Miami Beach. Honda. 3J1J9
Attorney for Plaintiff
Circuit <
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-783
Judge Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In PE: Estate of '^i
LUCILLE B. OOLD8TEIN, a/k/a,
LUCILLE BROWN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of U'CILl E B. COLD-
STEIN, a/k/a LUCILLE BROWN de-
ceased late of Dad,- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 788.18, Florida.
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of August, ad. 1970.
Florence H. Selbler
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Lucille B. Goldstein, a k B
Lucille Brown
First publication of this notice on
Ihe 21st day of August, IOT0.
RONALD L DAVIS
Attorney for Estate j
117 I'.is.ayne Building
1" W. Flagler street
Miami, Florida 33130
S/21-2S f" '1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1895
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tn RE: Bstnte of
ANN BEIT8CHER SENTEB
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Saul Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pre.cut any claims and de-
mands Which vou may have against
the estate of ANN BEITSCHER SEN-
TElt deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to Ihe County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or tho
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of August. A.D. 1870.
HOW AIM'.I. HOLLANDER
Attorne) for Sam Strano, Executor
711s City National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 88180
s 81-88 8/4-11
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-2239
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RES: Estate of
CE1.I0 ROTH
Deceased. _
To All Creditor* and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CKI.E ROTH, de-cased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of l>ade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 788.18, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Honda, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida this 14th
day of July. A.D. 1970.
SAMUEL ROTH
As Executor
First publlcatiun of this notice on
the 21st day of August. 1970.'
UBoRGB'GfLBERT
Attorney for Executor
Suite 229
< >ne Lincoln ltd. Bldg,
.Miami Bench, Ha. 33139
Tel. No. 538-43.2 ,/81.2, ,/4.u
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13388
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DANIEL KII.CREASE.
Plaintiff, ._. _
vs. ''
LILLIE MAN1NE KILCP.EASE.
Defendant.
To: LILLIE MAXINE KILCREASB
Residence Unknown
You. LILLIE MANINE KiLCRBASE,
are hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney ENGEL & HAL-
PER.C, 1400 N.W. l'Uh Ave.. Suite
IT-O, Miami. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading, in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the IS1I1 day of
Sept., 1970. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
vou 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
IKlNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of August A.D.
1H70.
E II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy (lerk
(Circuit Coiirt Seal) *
EN.GEL& HALPKRN
,1400 N.W trtth Avenue, -I7-C
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/21-28 9/4-1)


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Leslie Harriet Lewis, Robert A. Nathan
Married July 2nd In Houston. Texas
Tho marriage of Leslie Harriet
Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewis, and Robert Alan Na-
sfeter's matron of honor. Rrides-
maids were M;.ss Lynn Lewis,
cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Jack
Wilner. sister of the groom. They
vvore floor length dark blue dresses
with bands of white embroidery at
the neckline and hemline, and
carried multi-flowered nosegays
with accents of red lovita roses
and deep blue cornflowers.
Dr. Nathan was his son's best
man. Groomsmen were Louis D.
Lerner, Jack Wilner, and Zachary
Flax of New Jersey.
After a wedding trip to Mexico
City. Taxco, Cuernavaca and Aca-
pulco, the couple will make their
home at 7525 E. Treasure Dr. in
Miami Beach. Mr. Nathan
ill attend the University of Miami
Medical School and Mrs. Nathan
will teach in the secondary schools
MM. ROBERT A. NATHAN
1nan, son of Dr. and Mrs. David
Nathan of Miami Beach, was sol-
the Westwood Country Club. Dr.
Hyman Judah Schacbtel officiated;
a seated dinner followed the cere-
mony.
The bride is a graduate of So-
phie Newcomb College where sh<
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilor
Rho. social sorority, was a mem-
ber of Angel Flight, honorary, anc"
was sweetheart of Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity. The groom is a
cum laude graduate of Tulanr
University, where he was a mom
ber ol Sigma Alpha Mu, socia'
Iraternity. Alpha Epsilon Delta
i < -medical fraternity, and Ph'
Teta Kappa.
Mr. Lewis gave his daughter ir
marriage. She wore a formal gown
of candlelight satin combined witr
Aler.con lace and pearls. The A
;ine skirt was enhanced by a re-
movable train that flowed tr
ehapel length. Her short veil of
silk illusion flowed from a petal of
lace and pear's. She carried r
toouquet of phalconopsis orchids.
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CANTOR
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Miami Seeks Position for High
Holidays. Call 531-7367 after
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SANDY BLACKMAN
Sandy Blackman, Fiance
Howard A. Cohn Plan
To Marry Next June
Sandy Blackman, the daughter
if Mr. and Mrs. Edward Black-
nan. 5741 SW 64th PI., South
Miami, and her fiance, Howard
Mien Cohn arc making plans for
5 June, 1971 wedding, it has been
mnounccd.
The bride-elect graduated from
Southwest Senior High School and
ttendcd Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege South before enrolling at
Memphis State University, where
;hc is presently in her senior year.
Mr. Cohn, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Cohn of Memphis,
Tenn., is a first year law student
it Memphis State, where he pre-
viously earned his B.B.A. degree.
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(Tenn.) Democratic Executive
Committee and Temple Israel,
Memphis, he obtained his M.A. de-
gree from Ohio State University.
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MRS. CHARLES TAMAYO
Ruth Haengel And
Charles Tamayo
Exchange Vows
Ruth Haengel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Haengel of Hialeah,
and Charles Tamayo, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gaspar Tamayo, ex-
changed their vows at the Holiday
Inn, Miami Springs, on Saturday.
\ug. 22. The 5 p.m. ceremony was
followed by dinner at the motel.
The bride graduated from Hia-
eah High School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College. Her
husband graduated from Miami
Springs High School before en-
rolling at Miami-Dade.
Mr. and Mrs. Tamayo will live
in Hialeah after a honeymoon in
'.he Virgin Isles.
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Rl Til IK, by Nonnii Simon. Illus-I
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Ruthie's mother becomes ill and
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$6.95.
The story of the Six-Day War
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of all men. The simple illustra-
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Order of the Cooties Auxiliary,
presents her organization's con-
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Fridcy. August 28. 19
il
Susan C. Goldberg.
Barry Bush Wed
In Saturday Rites
Susan Caryl Goldberg and Bar-
i Howard Bush exchanged vows
Saturday. Aug. 22, at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Goldberg. 7305
SW 114th St. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bush. 8271 SW 87th Ter.
Attending the bride as maid of
ronor was Judy Goldberg, sister
cf the bride. Nancy Goldberg.
Janet Bush and Debbie Veloff
were bridesmaids. Marty Alpert
Btrved the groom as best man.
Vshering were David Bush. Max
Corndoff and Barry Goldberg.
The bride graduated from Mi-
lt mi Senior High School, and at-
tended the University of Tennes-
see. The groom graduated from
Coral Gables High School, and
j/raduated Cum Laude from the
University of Georgia in June, with
nembership in Phi Beta Kappa
end Phi Kappa Phi. He will enter
Ihe Graduate School of Business
at the University of Maryland in
the fall.
After a wedding trip to Las
Vegas and California the couple
will reside in College Park, Mary-
land.
MKS. ALUM S. fUSDMAM
Wayne Martin, Bride
To Live In Norfolk
Barbara Jo Goodman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman
I of Norfolk. Va- and Wayne A.
Martin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
' Bernard Martin of North Miami
Beach, exchanged their marriage
\ows before Rabbi Israel Born-
stein Sunday, Aug. 16. The 11:30
a.m. ceremony took place in the
' Norfolk, Va.. home of the bride"s
aunt. Mrs. Saul Salzberg.
The new Mrs. Martin, who was
given in marriage by her father,
was served by her cousin, Mrs.
Alexander M. Salzberg. matron of
honor, who was ler only attend-
ant. The groom's brother, Neal F.
Martin, was- hu best man.
The couple will reside in Nor-
folk after a redding trip to Ber-
muda
MKS. BARRY H. BUSH
Pilot Lends Crippled Jet
NEW YOIJC (JTA) A Boe-
in 707 jet with 135 passengers
aboard was landed safely by its
Israeli pilot in spite of a dam-
aged landing gear. The El Al
Israel Airlines jet was reported
to have had two damaged tires.
Capt. Oded Arbarbanell, who
was on the same plane when it
was hijacked to Algeria June
23. 1968. said that compared to
his 40-day detention in Algeria,
this was "not even an incident.
I was not really too concerned,"
he said calmly.
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Harriet Genandes
Becomes Bride Of
Allan S. Friedman
Harriet Madeline Genandes be-
came the bride of Allan Sheridan
Friedman at the Deauville Hotel
on Sunday. August 23. Rabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William Lip-
son officiated at the cindlelight
double-ring ceremony, which was
followed by a reception and din-
ner in the Napoleon Room.
The bride, daughter of Mrs
Sylvia Genandes. 3684 NW 19th
Ter.. and the late Arthur Genan-
des. graduated from Miami Senior
High School and received her A.A
degree from Miami-Dade Junior i
College, where she was Sweet-!
heart of Kappa Sigma Chi fra-
ternity. As a Student in the Uni-1
versity of Miami's School of Edu-
cation, she was on the Honor Roll:
' she will receive her B.A. decree i
I from the Florida State University |
The brides room, whose parents j
' are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman j
1 of 16701 NE 21st Ave., North Mi-1
ami Beach, graduated from Miami j
i Beach Senior High School, and re- j
ceived his B.A. degree in Political j
i Science from the University of'
! South Florida, with honors. He
i was founding father and officer of j
I Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, attor-
! ney general of Student Govorn-
I ment. secretary of the Political
Union, and is now attending Flor-1
ida State University Law School
' serving as an assistant counselor
| on a scholarship.
For her wedding the bride chos"
a silk-faced satin gown with re-
, embroidered Chantilly lace ac
cented with pearls and crystals
I An empire bodice with Camelo!
! neckline and long tapered sleeve'
. topoed a controlled A-line skir'
with detachable cathedral train
From the Camelot head piece
made of reembroidered alenco'-
lace adorned with simulated pearls
fell many tiers of French illusion.
The bridal party included th~
bride's cousin. Cheryl Co'e. win
served as matron of honor aw'
Linda Kaplan. Sharon Baron, anr"
Risa Rosenthal. the groom's niece
bridesmaids. Joan Teitel. anothc
of the bride's cousins, served ac
flower girl. The groom was at-
tended by Bennett Cohn. wh"
served as his best man. Usherr
were Steven Siegel. the bride's
brother-in-law. her cousin Harold
Cole, and C'if ford Kolber. Marc
Lessen, the groom's nephew, served
as ring-bearer.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Tallahassee after a honey-
moon in Jamaica.
Marcia Shfipiro
And Bruce Siegel
United in Marriage
Marcia Shapiro and Bruce Siegi ]
were united in marriage Saturday,
Aug. 22. at the Doral Country
Club. Dr. Max Lipschitz officiated
at the 9 p.m. ceremonies, which
were followed by a reception at
the club.
The bride, daughter of Mr. ar,.l
Mrs. Norman Shapiro, 1920 NE
197th Ter.. North Miami Beach,
graduated from Yale High Schci '.
Her husband, a student at th<
University of Miami, gradual* from Norland High School. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthui
Siegel, live at 1911 NE 197th Ter.,
.soi in Miami Beach.
The new Mrs. Siegel selected a
jown of white organza and lac
trimmed with seed pearls for hir
.vedding; a long veil fell from hei
head-piece, which was fashioned in
the Camelot style, and her skirt
jnded in a long train.
The bridal attendants were the
oride's sister, Gail Shapiro, maid
jf honor, and her cousin. Judy
Shapiro, the groom's sister, Jar.a
Siegel, a cousin. Ronnie Zuckcr-
nan and Bonnie Garfinkle, bricks-
maids. Niel Siegel was best mail
for his brother; Larry Zuckermar,
Stuart Zuckerman and Alan Petei-
.nan ushered.
After a honeymoon tour of
.Europe, the newlyweds will mak<
their home in Miami.
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Barbaras Engagement
To Lewis L. Kimler
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sterling of
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innounce the engagement of thei'
laughter. Barbara Gail, to Lewi
S. Kimler, the son of Mrs. Lillier
Kimler, 2350 SW 21st Ter.
Miss Sterling, a graduate o
Coral Gab!es Senior High Schoo'
ind the University of Miami, ir
iresontly employed as a teache
n the Dade Countv school system
Mr. Kimler. a graduate of Mi
-mi Senior High School, the Uni
versity of Miami Law School, i?
presently an assistant public de-
'ender. and is also ass->ciated with
"he law firm of Becker and Kim-
ler.
A June 1971 wedding is bein?
planned.
Films In Local Theaters
Showing at the Carib. Miami.
Miracle and 163rd Street is 'The
Cheyenne Sccial Club"; "A Time
in the Sun" is at the Mavfair and
Sunset. "Count Yorga, Vampire"
opens Friday at Coral Way. 27th
\venue and LcJeune Drive-Ins;
'Something for Everyone" is being
held over at Carlyle and Twin I;
"The Adventurers" at Twin II
Dadeland, "Women in Love" at
Byron and Parkway, "Z" at Nor-
mandy. "The Undefeated" and
"The Sicilian Clan," Palm Springs,
and "Chisum" and "Good Guys and
Bad Guys," North Dade Drive-in.
Eli Oster Studies In Israel *
Eli. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Oster. 4415 N. Bay Rd., Miami
leach, will be among tne young
\mericans study ,ig in an Israeli
I'eshiva duimg the coming year,
le has been accepted for enroll-
ment at Veshivat Kcrerr B'Yavneh
ne of six institutes of higher
Talmudic studies sponsored by thr
Torah Education Department of
the Jewish Agency* in New York
indcr its program of hiahtalmut
Beth David Teens In N.C.
Four Beth David staff members
and 22 teenage members of its
USY organization are participat-
ing in a 10-day leadership train-
ing institute at a camp in North
Carolina. The agenda will include
study, worship, recreation, and so-
cial participation. _^
Deborah Chapter Meets
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Deborah Hospital will hold its first
-neeting of the Fall season at noon
Tuesday in the Algiers Hotel. Its
'resident. Mrs. Wahl. ir.vites all
nterestcd persons to attend the
jpen meeting.
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fJewlst Hcrldnan
Friday, August 28, 1970
Cease-Fire Shatters Myths About Palestinian Arabs
f BY SAM L.IPSKI
An irrfportant turning point like
?he Middle Kast cease-fire has a
way of casting new light on the
myths which have been built up
during the past few months. A3s0
some new perspectives became ap-
parent in the first few da\s of (he
silent guns.
The first myth which needs to
be re-examined is the potency of
the Palestinian guerrillas as a
serious threat to Israel and to a
settlement of the Arab-Israeli con-
flict. The American mass-media
has been blowing up the guerrilla
ttttage. On the covers of "Look."
"Life," and other magazines, on
eVcry network television program
[Which purports to cover news in
| Jfpth, in week-end feature sections
| of most newspapers, there have
j been "exclusive" interviews with
this or that leader of one of the
guerrilla groups.
Italian women journalists braved
the desert sands, prize-winning
photographers braved the live bul-
lets El Fatah and the other groups
use to train their soldiers. When
one of the Palestinian leaders do-
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riOAOAFRST. ro
rf UN .i M. pW*a*
clared "We are the new Zionists
>f tho Middle East," the picture
was complete.
A motley crowd of New Loft
student groups, black liberation-
ifts, and some trendy commenta-
tor adopted the Palestinian guer-
rillas. Had it stayed at that level
iif seriousness, it might have re-
mained interesting although hard-
ly significant in the American
assessment of the real forces in
| the Middle East. But more and
I more we began to hear official
spokesmen for the Nixon adminis-
! tration underlining the import-
ance of the Palestinian guerrillas,
In July, Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph Sisco said it would
not be possible to achieve a peace
in the Middle East unless the "le-
gitimate concerns*" of the Pales-
tinians were met, because they
had l>ccome a formidable political
force in the area.
Statements like that, coming or.
top of the mass-media image have
caused confusion, not least amongst
some of the pundits who offer their;
expertise on Foreign affairs to the;
American public. After the first
few days of the cease-fire a cl<
picture began to emerge.
But what happened? If anything
the guerrilla attacks proved loss
effective. This was because they
were busy fighting amongst them-
selves over the acceptance by
Cairo and Amman of a cease-fire
and did not have the active coop-
eration of the official government
forces. Israel's counter-measures
were also proving effective.
None of this detracts for a mo-
ment from the "legitimate" aspir-
ations of the Palestinians who
have rights to a homeland as ev-
ery people do, and as Israel fully
recognizes. But it is a far from
"legitimate" aspiration to demand
the dismantlement of Israel and
its replacement by a "secular"
Palestinian statea prospect which
does not need very much con-
templation from the Israelis.
Yet what do American spokes-
men like Ambassador Sisco mean
when they speak of the "legiti-
mate concerns" of the Palestin-
ians? And about which leader of
which group is Washington speak-
ing?
For a si much-vau
militat j sti ength of the guet i
began to s ; quest ii mable. I
which officially prefers to c 'ii
tin m "terrorists," has consist
claimed that while the Pales':
commando groups did threaten in-
dividual Israelis such as school;
children, airline passengers and
Sabbath eve shopi>ers in crowded
supermarkets, they presented no
threat to Israel militarily and
could not destroy Israel on their
own their stated objective.
At the same time any realistic
assessment of the guerrillas' po-|
litical strengthand the Israelis,
are nothing if not realistichas I
to concede that they did threaten j
weak Arab governments like those I
of Jordan and Lebanon. After the
cease-fire took effect on the Egyp- j
I tian and Jordanian fronts, the f
guerrillas had their chance im-1
J mediately to show that they would,
J not bo bound by tho agreement'
and that they had the military
muscle to force it to break down.
I
The immediate question is
whether the Palestinian guerrillas
are strong enough on their own to
dictate ihi course f evi its in the
: E. it against th i inter ists
j
the real force. The first
showed thai it is highly ut I
For all the reports that die m
of the Arab world would follow
El Fatah anywhere, we have seen
a different picture.
It was Vietnam which was u_,,.
ly responsible for the more popu-
lar notion about the Palestinian
guerrillas. The Viet Cong which
had so bedeviled and bemuse!
American military power wore
the conscious model for the Pa|,s.
tinian groups. But Israel is not
Vietnama fact which seems i,)
have escaped many Americans
who have made the equatioi
tween El Fatah and the NEE.
Tho acceptance of the Ai .
con diplomatic initiative for ,i
cease-fire has offered new |Kr.
Bpectlve on more than one side
of the conflict. Tho dobat.
Israel which led to the resigna-
tion of Gahal from the coalition
government proved to be a healthy
and significant development bo.
cause it forced Israelis to face up
to tho concrete proapeetp- of ne-
gotiation and question the basic
issues at stake.
No sooner did the ceaso-firo lie-
gin than the Israeli press ,
filled with a vigorous debat
what the state's vital interests
were and what matt : ,
negotiable. The yagueni and
clouding of Israel's demand
I ttlemcnt began 1
the beginnings of a cons
to ernei
If the cease-fire Rgreem I
little else it has nt lea
I'd to the l) -ginnings of a i
outlook on some of the m>
realities of the Middle Ei
both sides.
,
Obituaries
ll-GAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-25S?
GEORGE T. CLARK
In RE: Estate of
Ii" IBBRT I.K' >N 01 'I.I'll
i ii e< used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
1o present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es- |
late of ROBERT LEON <;<>!.I'll de-
ceeased late of Dade County, Florida,
to tin- County Judges of Dade County,
and file in.- same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 738.16. Florida
Statutes, i their offices rn tho County
Courthouse in Made County, Florida,
within m\ calendar months from ihe
lime of tho first publication hereof,
or the xamc will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of August. A D. 1970.
BESSIE COLI"B
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of August. 1970.
ROBERT 1.. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for Administratrix
717 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida 33132
8/7-14-21-?*
BERNSTEIN, Trying A.. 911 West
Ave., XI. 1!. Interment Ml. Neho.
BITTEL. Max. 74. 1809-8 Meridian
Ave., M.H. Riverside, interment Ml.
Sinai.
COHEN, Sadie, 7,"., 0393 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Cordon.
KNOBLOCK. Kitty. 74, 93.1 Marseille
Dr. MB. Blasberff.
MAGGIORE, .lames. 74, Miami. River-
side.
APPLETON. Shirley Is'.. 71, 8S01 Hard-
ing Ave.. M.H. Blasberg.
BRODSKY, Uuth, ."..', 1000 Lenox Ave .
MM Riverside,
fishman, Rhea, '.:'. 1863 B.W. 79th
st. ltii\erslde.
mertik. Isidore J., 98, .'r, N.E. I84tlt
To-. Riverside. Interim-ill Mi. Sinai.
provus. David, ss, 344" Royal Palm
Ave Riverside.
SKYLER. William. 114, :!" N.W. 177th
si. Riverside. Intermenl Mi. Sinai.
wouk. l/.uis. 77, 14".....lean Dr.,
M n Riverside.
COOPERMAN. Harry, 78, 5850 NT. Mi-
ami Ave. Gordon. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
FISCHER. Harold, >'.".. 1795 Normandy
Dr., Normandy Isle. Newan,
GOLDSTEIN. Morris Bertram, 17, 3560
Crystal View Ct., Miami. River-
sul, Intel in. nt Star of I'.i\ Id.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2872
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
la RE: Estate nt
i-.tiiki, m kenxei.i.,
I leceai ed.
i"o aii Creditors and All Persons- Hav- ;
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand! which you may have agatnsl
the esti.....f ETHEL M. KENX i-:i.i. '
ii.-. eased late ol Had.- County, Flor- j
Ida, to iln County Judges of Dade I
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided hi BecUon 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ly, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publics-
lion hereof, or (he same will lie I,: rr.-.l
Dated al Miami. Florida, iliis- 24th I
day of August. All. 1970.
BEN ESSEN
As Administrator c t.a.
Fust publloaUOn of this notice on
the 38th day of August, 197".
HICHAKI) ESSEN
Attorney r<>r Administrator C.T.A.
1208 Alnsley Bldg.,
Miami, Flo.
8/28 9/4-11-18
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Dr.. Ilallandale. Iliverslde.
jawitz, Sidney, 7:, 1185 U
Dr.. m.h. Riverside.
MENDELSOHN. Kl, a, 80, ( S .
33rd St.. .Miami. Blasberg.
WAHTEL, Nathan, 216 43rd Si M ft
Riverside, rntermeni Mi. si
BACKALL. Samuel, 5313 Colll
M II Cordon.
bell. Badye, 75, 180J Brlckell Ave,
Rlvi rslde.
halpern, Meyer, 60, 1401 1
ami Gardens Dr. Rlversldt
KLEIN. Max. 7". 7310 S.W. --: I Si .
Miami Riverside.
KLOMPUS, Ralph, 73, 8911 G
Ave., Surfslde. Riverside, '
Israel Cemetery.
MASIN. Hoses, 79, 1400 I
M B. Cordon.
RAMO. .M.yer. 78, 1944 Jeffera S ,
Hollywood, Intermenl Ml Bli
RICHMAN. Hell a, 73, BOO H
M.lt. Blasberg.
SEDOR. Phil, 1,7, BOO Bay Dr., MB.
River* id,'.
weiberger. Mavla G., 18
Northshore I >r., Ml: Rli i
DAMELIO, Sylvia P., 46, :
Fifth Ave., liialeah. Riverside.
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MULCAHY, Edmund, ,"L', 44li'.'
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-Jewlsti ncrtdliaim
Page 15-B
UGAl NOTICE____________
|D FLORIDA
N0 70-14553
n0?iceVsuit
KIM.VN.
I, FRITH AN'.
Sf^t Street
kls2' NHIUBY NOTIFIED
AnsVveT I" >e Complain
MiTra this Court against
,h. "l. of "'' '"r"",' :""'
. ,r ,.ur written defenses
VrilO Biscayne Building, 1'J
SrluS MiMC K ...-.-la.
ftr before Hte rd tojJ
' i9?o otherwise a Judg-
J'bi intereO against you fur
ftSmZa* in jK Complaint.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOVICE

K M. LEATHER!" ,
Deput) Clerk
I court Seal)
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE OF
ktREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
- is lin-.Kl'Y OIVB.N that by
nf "chapter (71 Florida Mat-
. nutated (1MU Warehousemen
,relwuse Receipt- wherein
\- LINES a Florida corpora-
Virtu- of Its wn rehouse Hep.
| possession the following de-
1 "SSoS" goods as the property
... Hark whose last known afl-
Eaa 2885 N.E I7rd St. Apt. 815,
Vl.~ and thai on the Uth day
hSiher, 1970 during '-sal
of wle, mainly between 11:00
,,.,1 "m.i iii the afternoon at
;4th tvenue, Miami. Fior-
. undersigned shall offer for
the highest blddder for cai
I the above
i II.irk.
>,i at Miami
auk- !''""
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENT* SUM.I. COME UltEETINHS:
Whereas. THEODORE It NKI.SON.
Miami liearh. Florida; MARTHA AL-
MRKSHT, Miami Beach, Florid*; JO-
SEPH C. SBGOK. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, did on tin- zsrc (Say of January,
A.D. l!*ti:' cause to be incorporated
under the lawn of the Stale of Flor-
ida .VANKSS LAND Co.MMANV, INC.
a corporation, wiih it** prhiclpa] place
of business at Miami Beach, Dade
County in the State of Florida, and
whereas such corporation did on the
31st day of July, A.D. 1970, cause to
be filed In the office of the Depart-
ment of State of the State Of Florida.
the documentary authority rcquir, under Section 608.27, Florida Statute*,
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the rare*
going,and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
in' witness w;hi:hk-
OF, I have hereunto net
my hand and have af-
fixed the Cireat Seal of
the Slate of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
tliiv. the 3lst day of July,
AD. 1970.
TOM ADA.MS
Secretary of State
8/2S/70
. W.
described property
Florida, this 18th
S 21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INIVERSITV DR.VMATIC ARTS
OF FLORIDA at 111 N.E. 2ml Ave..
Miami. Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
RAIL It. OI.IVA. (owner GO'! >
JOSE QAMAl.l.o It. (owner BeTi >
8/2S 9/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14770
DIETER II. Tll-l'i:.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAKIF, oHACAN TTPPB,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: MARIE O'HAOAN TII'I'E
42 AbbOti Avenue
ocean Grove, New Jersey
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
lhat a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy ,,( your
written defenses. If any, to it on
TALIANOFF K WALLER, Attorneys
for Plaintiff, whose address is 420
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33130. and file the original with the
Clerk ot the above-styled Court on or
before the 22nd day of September.
l7(t; otherwise a judgment may be
cnNfcvd against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WIT.NKSS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, on this 14th day of August,
1870.
E. B. LBATHERMAN
As tTlerk. Circuit Court
My: L 8KBEDEN
Deputy Clerk
TALfANOFF & WALLEIt
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Ilnad
Miami Beach, Floriila
8/21-2S 9/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
,IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2145
Bstate '
HENNBTT
OTICE TO CREDITORS
'-editors and All Persons Hnv-
kims or Demands Against Said
i hereby notified and requlr-
sent any claims and demands
.. u ma) hai i against the sa-
lt ROSE IJBNNHfTT deceased
Dade County, Florida, to lh'
Judges of Dade County, and
mine in duplicate and as pro-
.. Sectii < I !.t, Florida Stal-
, ,,ffti .-- i,i tiie County
|, u In Dade County,Floriila,
calvndur months from the
If the '"' niibllnatlon hereof,
I I led.
]o .a .'ni.inn. I-loriua, this 4th
ml \ !> 1970,
i i|.M II FRIEDMAN
\ Administrator ,,f the
:: ii. ,:. nnett
publication ..i this notice on
biy ul ^ugui i. 1870.
I.M II FRIEDMAN
First Street, -Miami, l-'la.
B 21-28 B l-U
1E COUNTV JUDGE'S COiIRT
lAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IFLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3005
Dowling
Estate of
KLINE
JOSEPH .1. KI.1N1".
d
|NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persons Hnv-
laims or Demanda Against Said
[ are hereby notified and required
seiu urn claims and demands
you may have against the es-
t>f .1. JAY KLINE a k/a JO-
.i KLINE deceased late of
:ouniy, l'l,.ii.la. to the County
Dade County, and file the
i. dunllcate and as provided iii
10, Florida Statutes, In
offices iii the County Courthouse
County. Florida, within six
months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
barred.
Id at Miami. Florida, this List
' August, A.H. 1!70.
/s' Jacqueline 1>. Kott
Jacqueline i Kott
As Bxecutrix
publication of this notice on
Nh dav of Vimust. l'.'T".
Ii Ki >TT
lock Oarden 1-inc
Florid:, 33) .,.
Key for Bzecutrls
8/2S 8/4-11-18
INjfHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2800
Tn RE K.'.ii, f
BARRETT S CI'NNINHHAM
Deee.is. .1.
^^J' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ah Cr.-dit..,, and All Persons
HavftiL" Claims ,,r Demands Against
buidE late:
Von are hereby notified and re-
fiuirefl to present any claims and de-
man you may have against the BS-
BARRETT S. CUNNINOHAM
d late of i>ade County, Florida.
County Judgea of Dade Coun-
' tile tl.e same in duplicate and
vMed In Section 733.1B, Florida
a, in their offices In the Coun-
rthouse in l>de C ithm six calendar months from
ne of the first publication here-
the same will 1, barred.
at Miami. Florida, this 4th
AuKUst. A.O. lt70.
~ NOR C, CINNINOHAM
As Executrix
i *Publication of this notice
:1 'A^Ti, STEKN"r AUKUsl' I!'70-
"iy for Executrix
pi9M,
bles, Fla. 33134
8/7-14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 70-14886
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I Ml.IX III I.M K,
Plalntirf,
FRANCES liri.MK.
Defendant.
TO: PRANCES ne I.M E
I tefendani
, o Mr. Bd Dorman
4 Phillips Drive
Swatishoro. North Carolina 2X..S4
Vou. PRANCES HI'I.ME. are her,
by notified thai a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer ,.r Pleading to the Bill
of 'complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, MAURICE JAY KI'INKK. Esq.,
1808 Northeast Airlines Building, I "
S & 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the !3rd day of
September, 1970. if you fail to do so,
judgment i>> default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demand, d
in the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till) JEW IS1I FI-ORIDlAN.
DONE VND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, tin- 17th day of August A.D.
1970 .. ,
B n I EATHERMAN, Cleric
Circuit Court, Had,- County. Florida
By; C |\ Cl IPBI AND
11, puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Bcnl)
MAIItK'i: JAY KCTNER, ESQ.
1303 Northeast Airlines Building
l Mi s lv -ml Avenue
.Miami. Florida S3181
At to,-,.,., tor Plaintiff g ^ ^ ^ iU
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-12867
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NATHANIEL I- CARTER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RI'MY CARTER
Defendant
To: RIMY CARTER
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Mill
of Complaint for Divorce has lx en
filed against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, ESSEN ft
ESSEN 1Z08 Alnsley lildg., Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the- Circuit Court oil or before the
l.-.th day of September, 1970. If you rail
to do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till'. .110WISH. PI.OB1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of August, A L>.
'''"' K. M. I.F.ATIIKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade Count.'., Florida
By.i C. I' coi>i:i.A.ND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ESSEN A: ESSEN
lues Alnsley Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14617
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I A \l i:S .IACK.U.ONK,
Plain tiff,
vs.
ELLEN I.OIS .TACKAI.ONE,
Defendant
TO: Kl.l.KN I.ois JACKALONB
47!l Holiol-en Road
Carlsladt. New Jericy
You. F.I.I.KN MjIS JACKALONB,
are hereby notified that a Mill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, it>I.LACK &
YOCOM. Kim N.W. 7th Street. Suite
too, Miami, Florida and file the origin-
al Answer or Pleading i'n the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before, the 2Sth day of September.
1970. If you fall to do so, judgment l,y
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIX>RID1AN.
. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1,1th day of August A.D.
1970. _
E B. LEATIIEH.MAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Law offices of Pollack &. Yocom
1700 N.W. 7th Street Suite 100
Miami, Florida 3312,"i
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/21-28 9/4-11
LEGAL NOTICF
I
8 7-1I-21-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19306
NOTICE
IN RE: ADOPTION OF MINOR,
MISTY l.KICH EVANS.
MY:
BONNIE JEAN AXE and
WILLIAM AXE
Ti >: Li U EVANS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
the above-named Petitioner RONNIE
JEAN AXE and WILLIAM AXE, l-i-
fil.-d a petition in the above-styled
court for the adoption of the minor
child named therein and you are re-
quired to slew cause why the same
should not i- granted by serving a
ropv of vour written defenses, if any,
upon LESTER ROGERS, Attorney
for Petitioner, ll'l N.W. 17th Avenue.
.Miami. Florida 33185, and by filing
the original thereof with tbo lelK
of said Court on or before the 3HUI
dav of September, 1970, or utherwuu
a decree may be entered against you
granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal Ol
said eourl at Miami. Hade County.
Florida, this 18lh day of August,
e. B m:\tiikiiman
Clerk i.i till Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPBLAND
(Circuit Court Seal) g f/w1
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-14435
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PATRICIA A LEVBNBERRY,
Plaintiff,
JAMBS RUSSBLL LB\'ENBBRB>Y<
i lefendant.
TO: JAMES Rt'SSBLL i
LEVENBERRY ^A
c o Theresa Levenberry
(61 K E 49th Sire, i
Washington, D c.
You. JAMBS RUSSELL I.F.VEN-
MF.RRY, are lor.l.v notified that a
Mill of Complaint for Divorce has
he.n filed aKainst you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Mill of Com-
plaint ou the Plaintiffs attorney,
PAUL KWTTNEY, 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida 33189 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
thu office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Uth day of
September. IMP. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will, be taken
aKainst you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice >hall be published ones
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 10th day of August A.D.
1970.
E. I'.. LBATHERMAN, ( ierk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florid*
By: L BNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk .
(Circuit Court Seal) 11
PAUL KWITNEY v -
420 I,in, ..in Road
Miami Beach. Flu. 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/14-21-28.9 '4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2366
in RE: Estate of
aha DENON
1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim- and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of AHA DENON deceased late
of Hade County, Florida, to the OUIl-
ly Judges of Hade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 738.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within sli
calendar months from the tune ol UM
first publication hereof.or the same
will be barred. __
Haled al Miami, Florida, this jlh
day of August, AH. 1970.
MINNIE LIHW IC-
ANN A STERN
As Administratrices
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of August, in.".
HARRY ZUKBRNICK
Attorney for Admlnlatratrlxes
(30 Lincoln Road g i4.ji.gj ;. 4
tate ]
decs
to
ty.
as
Stay
ty
Ida
the
of. I
day
Att
on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBS GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SAN PBDBO RESTAtKANT
S3S B. 4th Ave.. Hial_>li. FW.
tends to register said name wltn
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Couutv, Florida.
C ALMHUTO nA,Ut!f>14.o1.2S
at
In-
the
I lade
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO \LI. To WlloM THESK PRES-
ENTS SIIAI.I COME flREETlNOS:
Whereas, MELVIN OROSSAIAN, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, maita "ROSS-
MAN, Miami Bench, Florida. I LAt lh
I. KICHEL, Miami. Fl.....la did on
(he 2nd day ol July, A D, I9B9 i ause
I,, inroriiorn led under the Inwi "I
,i state of Florida MELA IN OIUISS-
M \\- p a. a corporation, with Its
principal place of business al Miami
Beach, Had,- County In the State ot
Florida, and whereas such iiinHiratlnii
did on the l"th day of August, A.D.
1970, .ause to be filed In the office
of ihe Department of St a.....i the
Slate of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section 808.-
27, Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of such corporation.
Now, therefore the Secretary Of
Stale does hereby certify to the rore-
colng and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law haw been
""""'i'"1 WU"iN WITNESS W.1F.RF
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the Co at Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the capital.
this the tenth day of
August. A.D. 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
.x/L'l-^< fi'4-1_t___
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-14967
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STANLBIGH MYRON FRANKLIN.
Plaintiff,
VS
NORMA R FRANKLIN,
I lefendant.
to: Mrs. Nonna B. Franklin
c o Alma Boatwrlght
jonesvillc, Virginia
You. NORMA B. FRANKLIN, are
hereby notified that a BIU of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been nieq
asalnst vou. and you are roqulrea
,. serve'a copy of your Answer or
Pleading lo the Bill ol Comnlalnt on
the Plaintiff a attorney, PAI i.kwii-
NEY ESQ., Suite RIO, 1-" Lmcolti
itoad. Miami Beach, Florida S81J9 and
file the original Answer or
in the office of the Clerk
cult Court on or lnfor,
of September, 1970. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND TOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-1C481
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OKI IROE RAPHAEL,
Plaintiff,
LUCIENNE KAPHAEL,
I i-fendnllt.
TO: LCCIENNE RAPHAEL
, n 1 lamas I 'asseus
Port Au Prince, Haiti
You, LCCIENNE RAPHAET.. are
I that a Bill ol < oin-
has been filed
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-783 f
Judge Dowlino
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
hi t'K: Estate of "*
LCCfLLF. M. OOLDSTEIN, a/k/a
LUCILLE BROWN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims ,.r Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the ..-tale ,,f I rcu.i R B. cold-
stmin. a k a l.rcu.i.K BROWN de-
ceased late "f Had,- County, Ploridu,
to the County Judges of Hade Coun-
ty, and file the same iii duplicate and
as provided in Section 7:::'..K,, Florid.i
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Hade County. Flot-
illa, within six calendar n.....ths from
in, 11in. of ihe first publication here-
of, or the sami will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of August, A.D. I"0.
Florence H. Selbler
Aa Administratrix of the Estate of
Lucille II (loldsteln. a k a
Lucille Brown
First publication of Hii- notice on
the 2lsl duy of August, 1970.
RoNAI.H I. DAVIS
a ..,,,% for Bstate
117 Risen) ni Building
I'i w l'l gli sn t
Miami, I I 10 s ._.,... ..
hereby notifl
nlalnt for Hi-.
against you, and you are reqult
wrve a c-opj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Mainim-s attorney, coooman *
HOLTZMAN. ll"" CiMicord Bldg.. 66
W, Flagler SI. Miami. I- l-.nda ...11.1'.
and file the original Answer or Mewl-
ing i the office of the i b-rk ol the
Cir.uit curt on or before the 28th
dav of September, 1970, If you fiUI to
do so, judgme.ii 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 for four consecutive weeks
hi THE JEWISH I'l.oltlHIAN. .
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, tins Uth day of August A.D.
B M LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Had.- County, Florida
By: C. P. ci tPELAND
11. puty Clerk
OOOD.MAN .V: HOLTZMAN
linn Coiiconl Bldg.
Miami. Florida M130-jJ7-08M
Attorneys for HalnUfl s :,..s ,,.,.,,
Persons
Against
and
ind
aga
rrt-
il. -
list
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _v
NOTICE IS HEREMY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the nftltlOUS l.arne
..i SANTA MARTA BOTANY at
W 29th St.. Hinlenh. Fin. intends to
said name with the Circuit
Florida.
Pleading
f the fir-
ths 1Mb day
fail to do
so. judgment 'by default if M taken
against you for the relief demanded
register
Court, of Dade County. Florida
ONELIA MENDOZA
Owner
8/7-11-21-28
n the Mill of Complaint.
This notice, shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLQRIDJAN.
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this Uth duy of August A n.
11 B. a LEATHF.RMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida
Bv: .1. C. SMITH
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAIL KWtTNF.Y
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 810
Miami Beach, Florida. 33138
Attorney for Plaintiff g ..,..,,,, 4.u
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-2239
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Bstate of
CF.I.i: ROTH
To AH Creditors and All Hersons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estatl : ,
You are hereby notified and required
t,, present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CBLE ROTH, de-eaaed late ot
Had, County, l'lorhla. to the C-unty
Judges of Had.- County, and file tin
amc In duplicate and as provided in
S... turn 7:::: If.. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County '-"un-
house In Hade County. Honda, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will !" harrcd.
Dated at Miami. Florida this Uth
day of July, A.D. JWi__
SAM C EL ROTH
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the -1st day ..I August. 11*70.
CEoROEiill.MK.llT
Attorney fvr Executor
Suite ':-'!
One Lincoln ltd. MUlg.
.Miami Beach, Pin. 33139
SOroTW-fci* ,/4.n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1895
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
fn RE Bsl ite of
ANN I1EITSCHER SENTER
i > ised,
To All Creditors and ah
Having claims or Demands
Said Kstute:
Vou are hereby notified
quired to present any claims
mauds which you may have
the estate of ANN UEIT8CHER SEN-
TER deceased late of Had,- County,
Florida, t" ihe County Judges or.
Had.- Cunty. and file Ihe same in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733 in Florida Statutes, in their of-
flces in the County Courthouse In
Ha.le County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or tbo
same will bv barred
Hand al Miami. Florida, this 16th
i\.n of August, A.D, 1870.
HOWARD I. HOLLANDER
\llorne\ for Sam Stiano. Executor
7nx I'm National Bank Building
Miami. Florida 38180 K .,,..., 9< ,.
NOTICE OF ACJtpM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13388
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DANIEL KILCREASE,
Plaintiff. m
LILL1BMAXINE KILCREASE,
Defend
To l.ll.l.H'. MAXINB KILCREASE
rteslib t'nknow it
You. I II.I.IK MAXINB KHXTREASE,
are hen thai BUI ol Com-
plaint 'r Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. and you are required to
serve a copj of your Vnswer or l lead-
ing to the Mill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney BNUEL &
I'F.R.t. 1400 N.W. l"th Av<
17-G, Miami. Florida and
original Answer or Pleading i
office of the Clerk of t lii-
Courl on or before the isih day
Sept 1970. If vou full to do so. Judg-
ment by default "ill be talon aga(nst
vou for the relief demand..I in the
Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THBJKWiSH l'l ORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of AOgUSt A.D.
' E U. LEATHER.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
My: C, GOODMAN
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I f
HNilrJL .V H.M.MFRN
14"i N.W tilth AVWIUe. -1,-1.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
S '21-'JS !> 1-11
the
HAL-
Suite
file the
i.l
Circuit
of
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