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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 4, 1970

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 4, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02170

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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T"dfewislH"Flat idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ir. 43 Number 36
Miami, Florida Friday September 4, 1970
Three Sections Price 20c
INCULDING LARGEST CANNON IN ARSENAL
loviet Weapons Streaming Into Egypt
)NDON (JTAI An up-
in delivenes of Soviet
ons to Egypt since the Mid-
fen.st truce went into effect
7 was reported by reliable
es to have included 203 mm
itzers with an 18-mile range,
trgesl cannon in the Russian
nal. According to the report,
[big guns have not yet been
Dyed out presumably would
moved into position if the
e-fire ends.
nother weapon reportedly de-
d to Egyptian forces is the
four-barrelled, radar con-
led anti-aircraft battery, ca-
pable of firing 4000 rounds per
minute. It has previously been
seen only in the Soviet Union and
Poland.
Some observers believe the
new weapon deliveries are in-
tended to replace the heavy
equipment losses sufffered by the
Egyptians under constant Israeli
aerial bombardment before the
Suez Canal zone cease-fire went
into effect. The new equipment,
they believe, will be manned by
Soviet technicians.
It is estimated here that the
Israeli Air Force intensive bomb-
ings of Egyptian military posi-
tions during May, June and
July, mainly against guns and
anti-aircraft missile emplace-
ments, resulted in heavy equip-
ment losses for the Egyptians.
Egyptian dead and wounded has
been placed at about 10,000 dur-
ing those three months. Accord-
ing to observers here, the total
number of Soviet military per-
sonnel in Egypt is currently esti-
mated at 10,000 which includes
several thousand technicians and
advisors. According to estimates
last spring there were as many
as 40,000 Russian military per-
sonnel.
R<>cent reports of a "secret"
Soviet development of a large
naval base at Matruh, some 150
miles west of Alexandria, have
been discounted by Western ob-
servers in Cairo, who reported
that there has been some dredg-
ing activity at Matruh but no
evidence of a naval base.
Military circles in Jerusalem
are concerned, however, about
reports that the Soviet Union
plans to establish a naval base
on Socotra, a large, sparsely-
inhabited island in the Arabian
Sea, 200 miles east of Africa and
250 miles south of the Arabian
peninsula. The island commands
the shipping lanes between the
Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.
Israeli military circles say that
a Soviet naval installation there
would be a threat to Israeli ship-
ping to and from the Gulf of
Aqaba but the most serious
threat is not to Israel, but to the
Western powers. They say that
the Soviet plans appeared to bo
directed at control of access to
the oil rich Persian Gulf area
which supplies much of the oil
for Western Europe and Japan.
Tew Complaint Lodged As Peace Talks Stall
ERUSALEM (JTAI Two
^e complaints charging Egyp-
violations of the Aug. 7
Be-fire have been lodged by
keli authorities with the
feed Nations Truce Observa-
Organization (UNTSOi.
?ne complaint charged that
?t has constructed new mis-
sitis 18 kilometers west of
Great Bitter Lake, which
them well within the 30
limit. It was accompanied
|acrial photographs made last
day.
Egypt countered that the al-
ations made by Israel were a
kliberate attempt to cover up
[electronic equipment deal be-
ben the United States and
ael." but it gave no details of
alleged "deal."
lavan Threatens To Resign
Jue largely to the cease-fire
Nations which have gone un-
Ctificd. the Israeli Cabinet is
badly split. A minority, led by
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan,
favors Israel's cancellation of
the cease-fire. The possibility of
withdrawing from the Jarring
jieace talks has also been dis-
cussed. The Defense Minister re-
portedly was considering resign-
ing unless Israel changes its
position.
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah de-
layed his return to New York
until he was given guidelines
with which to negotiate in the
peace talks begun by U.N. spe-
cial envoy Dr. Gunnar V. Jar-
ring, but Dr. Jarring was said
to be unperturbed over the stall
in the talks. A U.N. spokesman
said the diplomat was aware of
the difficulties Israel's Cabinet
is encountering in its efforts to
formulate a position in the talks
that would be agreeable to all
its members.
New Meir Note To Nixon
3 Historians To
read Committee
VALTHAM, Mass. The
nerican JewiM) Historical So-
Ity has named three distin-

V-3
)R. A HI! AM L. SACHAR
pshod historians to head a
mmittee which will form li-
fe plans for the Society's par-
tfpation in the nation's 1971!
servanee of the Bicentennial
^the American Revolution, its
psident, Abram Vossen Good-
n*has announced.
3r. Abram L. Sachar. noted
htorian and Chancellor of
tandeis University, will direct
IP work of the Society's Com-
rttee of '76. He will be assisted
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus of the
Hebrew Union College Jewish
Institute of Religion, an author-
ity on American Jews of the
Colonial period, and Dr. Oscar
Handlin of Harvard, a Pulitzer
Prize winning historian.
The Committee, which will in-
clude leading figures of Ameri-
can Jewry, is now being formed.
It will hold its first meeting
Sept. 20. The Society is seeking
the support of every major na-
tional Jewish organization and
is inviting their presidents to
join the national advisory board.
"We know that Jews played a
modest role in the Revolutionary
struggle." Dr. Goodman said,
"hut the purpose and meaning of
the uprising against Britain were
not realized simply by the sign-
ing of the Treaty of Paris in
1783. The aims of American
idealism, as voiced by the found-
ing fathers, could not be achiev-
ed in a single generation. Each
age has beheld some advances
made toward the glittering goal.
"The Jews played an honor-
able part in the Revolution, and
today's American Jewry will par-
ticipate in the bicentennial ob-
servances of that early struggle
for freedom and by those obser-
vances will contribute to the
further safeguarding of our in-
alienable rights- life, liberty and
the pursuit of happiness," Dr.
Goodman said.
Premier Golda Meir reported
ly sent a new note to President
Richard M. Nixon stressing Is-
rael's grave view of the cease-
fire violations, and referring to
Israel's positive response to the
U.S. peace initiative and the
traditional friendship between
Americans and Israelis.
Mrs. Meir, who is scheduled
to attend the 25th anniversary
session of the U.N. General As-
sembly near the end of October,
may change her plans and visit
the United States ahead of
schedule, observers said, in order
to confer with President Nixon.
Nasser May Visit United Nations
Egyptian President Gamal
Abdel Nasser has also made
plans to attend the U.N. General
Assembly sessions in October,
according to Egyptian Embassy
officials in London. Preparations
for his visit are reportedly being
worked out by American offi-
cials and Egypt's diplomatic rep-
resentatives in Washington.
London observers declared the
Egyptian President will try to
extricate his country from its
total dependence on the Soviet
Union for military, economic
and diplomatic support. He is
said to have been influenced by
a large section of the Egyptian
population in this decision.
President Nasser is trying to
please the United States, and
does not want current peace ef-
forts frustrated by the Palestin-
ian guerrillas, sources said. He
would like Egypt to be in a po-
sition where it could play one
super-power against the other.
Authorities Seek
Cholera's Source
JERUSALEM (JTAIIsraeli
Ministry of Health authorities
are using all available personnel
in their effort to pin-point the
source of the nation's cholera
outbreak. Each cholera patient
has been questioned about his
whereabouts and activities dur-
ing the six days prior to the
onset of symptoms.
The total number of cases re-
ported has risen during the past
two weeks to 31, but there have
been no fatalities so far. One
patient was an employee of the
Kadassah Hebrew University
Medical school here.
Health officials believed they
may have located one source of
infection u stream polluted
with raw sewage which flows
near several locations where the
disease has appeared but they
would release no further infor-
mation until they were certain.
While medical teams continue
their search for the source of
the infection, major cleanup
campaigns were launched in Je-
rusalem and Tel Aviv in efforts
to halt the spread of the disease.
The Health Ministry announced
that it had ordered anti-cholera
vaccine from Europe as a pre-
cautionary measure, but mass
vaccination will be used only in
an emergency.
Fifteen persons, identified a*
cinder.i carriers, who themselves
have no signs of the disease.
were hospitalized for treatment.
On orders from Italy's Ministry
of Health. Italian airliners land-
ing at Lydda Airport are being
fumigated before departure.
The World Health Organiza-
tion declared Israel an infected
area and stringent health meas-
ures were put into effect along
the borders. Travelers leaving
Israel are required to present
proof of vaccination and tourists
arriving from Jordan and other
Arab lands must present inter-
national vaccination certificates
Despite the inconvenience, how-
ever, air carriers serving Israel
reported no bookings had been
cancelled, and large numbers o;
tourists continued to arrive in
Israel daily.
Dr. Morris Sinclair, public re-
lations director of the U.N.'s
World Health Organisation,
supported Health Minister Vic-
tor Shemtov's suggestion that
Israel and the Arab states ex-
change information on the dis-
ease, but pointed out there ai
many political difficulties in I
way of such an exchange.
Lindberg Views On Jews,
Racial Superiority Hit
NEW YORK. The
publishers of "The Wartime
Journals of Charles A. Lind-
bergh" indicated today that the
public criticism voiced by some
Jewish leaders over part of the
contents of the yet unpub'ished
book might serve to stimuli;.'
sales.
Mrs. Hilda Lindley. director of
public relations for Harcourt
Brace Jovanovich told the JTA
that the firm knew that the
Lindberg Journals would In- con-
troversial when it decided to
publish them. She would not com-
ment on Jewish reaction but said
that generally in the publishing
world, the more B book is talked
about the greater the interest
which is reflected in advance
.-ales.
The Lindbergh book will be
published here Sept. 30 Portions
quoted from it in the New Y rk
Times aroused sharply critical
responses from officials of such
organizations as the Amreican
Jewish Congress, the B'nai B"rith
Anti-Defamation League and the
Central Conference of America::
Rabbis. Dr. John Slawson. form-
er executive director of the
American Jewish Ownmi
s\:.d "II is \"f )'ice:va'i'e to mo
how any person, even the gr< at-
est ol iviators, can "oe respon-
sible : ir su :h senseless and pre-
posterous utterances ai I '
consider hlmsell a member ol
civilized of man."
Dr. Slawson and the other
Jew'sh spokesmen were critica
of Col. Lindberg's assertion
that, in the perspective of the
past 30 years, the United Stat -
Pftua'h lo-t World War II. Til
famed flyer contended that much
of our Western culture was de-
stroyed through the loss in tlv
war of the genetic heredit>
med through "eons of many
million lives."
Will Mas'.ow. executive d
tor of the AJ Congress, cha
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Friday, September 4, i Ambassador Harman
Ta-Brref Local-fceadcrs
Hillel Director To Be
Brunt h Honoree Sepl 13
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Consul G The brunch will b followed by
-tor. a Founden Committee meeting at
T. .inferred to the United SUtes which every parent will be given
1950 .. tor of th- the opportunity to become a rtiar-1
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will be Al Golden, president of the
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Mr. Harman was Hillel Advisory Board, and Sidney
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+Je*1st MarMton
Page 3-A
Delegates Attending 73rd
National ZOA Convention
If\V VORK-Some 1.000 dele-
L' from throughout the nation
(attending the 73rd annual na-
L c ventton of the American
Irving Lehrman
ill Deliver ZOA's
irmon Saturday
:.non during the Sabbath
at the ZOA convention in
York this weekend will be
6:1
IP. IKVIHe UMtMAN
rr(! by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
luai li ader of Miami Beach's
pi.. r.anu-El.
sisi Dr. Lehrman in the
la.n Shabbat services, which
>.d in the Jade Room of
iVa.i.-f Astoria Hotel, will be
bf Ntw York City's outstand-
lantcrs, Jacob H. Singer, of
bli B'lh EL He will be accom-
|<1 i.; ihe noted Kadima choir.
Ma .hattan Zionist Region
-t a Kiddush in the Astor
ly fi.lowing the services.
. ;al vice president of the
Di Lehrman is the highest
if.-Z A national leader in the
I Region. He is on the
pi's oard of governors and is
ber of the Miami Beach
Bt 1 -tiict's executive com-
mit
Leh: .nan. who was the first
Florida recipient of the an-
Z "Service for Israel"
i ti.-ral years ago. has vis-
ma.': ZOA districts thxough-
out hi- fiion, speaking in behalf
of
I
ie ZOA and its projects in
L
wifi
ing
bbi David Shapiro of Holly-
wo p-'ident of the Southeast
Re] >n v. the ZOA. will also par-
tici itt ihe national convention
an. The rabbi, who has just
a B] t-cial study tour of the
All immunities in Norway,
SwatX : id Denmark, and his
wiiJ nost a breakfast honor-
tlu- .Southeast Region dele-
gat. Sine 35 members of the
So< h Florida Districts are at-
teaiing. The delegation is led by
Sid ey Raymond, a national ZOA
lea ?r, Ai-.-aham A. Grunhut, the
chj -ma of the South Florida
ZO Pi*-.dents' Council, and Gil
Ra Jap(.-1, Southeast Region di-
re* >r.
Zionist Organization here this
weekend. They will probe issues
tacing Israel and the Zionist move-
ment and concentrate especially
on the crisis in the Middle East.
Among the speakers will be a
number of well-known names in
U.S. government, as well as lead-
ers in Israel's government. The
list includes Gov. Nelson A. Rock-
efeller, George Romney, Secretary
of Health and Urban Development,
former Supreme Court Justice
Arthur Goldberg, Sen. Jacob K.
Javits, Alfred L. Atherton, Jr.,
Deputy Assistant Secretary of
State for Near Eastern Affairs.
Israeli speakers will include
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin, Cabi-
net Minister Shimon Peres, former
Cabinet Minister Dr. Elimelcch S.
Rimalt, Knesset member S. Z.
Abramov, and Prof. H. L. Adelson.
chairman of the Department of
History at City College of New
York.
Jacques Torczyner, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, which has a national member-
ship of more than 100.000, will ad-
dress the delegates during the
first session. The noted Zionist
leader, now completing his tenure
in office, will be honored at a for-
mal banquet Sunday evening.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chairman
of the Jewish Agency-American
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Section and president of the World
Union of General Zionists, and
Herman L. Weisman, chairman of
the ZOA's administrative board,
will join Dr. Rimalt in a review of
the political situation in the Mid-
dle East Saturday evening. Dr.
Rimalt, a leader of Israel's Liberal
Party, is making a special trip in
order to be able to present fhis
review of Israel's political and se-
curity situation. A former presi-
dent of the ZOA, Dr. Max Nuss-
baum of Los Angeles, Calif., will
preside.
A report on ZOA's progress dur-
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programs and projects here and in
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Number 36
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B'nai B'rith Effort Commended
"Never too old to leam" is the philosophy of B'ncii
3 rith. It has just put a 27-member Committee on Planning
and Research into action to make a searching evaluation
of the 127-year-old organization's mission in American liie.
The attempt to focus on Jewish priorities for the next decade
is one which is commended to other of our leading institu-
tions. Too often, they are prone to stand fast, holding to
outmoded programs.
Lindbergh Book Distorts Facts
Charles A. Lindbergh's "Wartime Journals" will be
published in a few weeks. According to advance reports,
the book places the blame for America's involvement in
World War H on the Jews and the British. (For those who
ere too young to remember, Lindbergh thrilled the world
vith the first solo flight over the Atlantic in 1927an heroic
3d which, by the rules of American worship, automatically
made him an expert on every possible subject.!
To Lindbergh, who thought the Nazis were too strong
:o be beatenan expert gone wrongthe Allied vic-
tory in World War II was really a defeat. Russia and
China, the "greater mencce," were the real winners, the
Germans and the Japanese were the lesser evils, he be-
lieves. He expresses concern with the treatment of Japanese
soldiers by American GIs, and notes in his diary that what
the German has done to the Jew in Europe, Americans did
d the Jcpcnese in the Pacific. If anything shows his Urn-
.-.ed perspective, such a statement is the clincher.
No one will doubt the strong concern of American Jews
tor their people in Germany and, in his journal, Lindbergh
ndicates he understands their feeling without really sharing
t.ieir distress. But he distorts American historv when he
attributes to the Jews a power they neither sought nor had.
The tragic record is that we were unable to get this country
to accept sufficient refugees from Hitler's terror let alone
jonvince the nation's leaders to go to war to save the Jews
'A Europe.
Publication of the Lindbergh book at this time will give
the "Jewish power" myth-makers more ammunition for
their fight against United States aid for Israel. They refuse
:o learn the lesson that neither morality nor sentimentality
governs our foreign policy but only what American leaders
think is best for this country.
World War II was not fought over the Jews, and Israel
vill not be supported because it is Jewish. It is time for re-
sponsible publishers to catch up with responsible histori-
ans in laying to rest such distortions of historic fact as
Lindbergh's, no matter what the potential profit in such
ioooks.
Panthers Don't Know Arab History
Bagdad radio last week reported the presence of a
group of Black Panthers in Amman, Jordan, to participate
n a meeting with Chinese and North Korean Communists,
purpose of which is to work out a Palestinian strategy
igainst a peace settlement in the Middle East.
The Panthers, whose anti-Zionism is no less anti-Sem-
:.c than that of Gerald K. Smith and other right-wing hate-
mongers, continue to mouth the slogans of international
Communism and the Palestine Liberation Front apparently
-.vithout recognizing that the human rights thev soeak of are
even more violated by their new comrades than the land
they condemn. The proponents of black history courses ob-
viously don't know about the Arab enslavement of blacks,
not only in the past, but even today.
I want to thank all the people
the proof-reader, etc.who have
on the Herald- the compositor
this column possible. With-
out them. I would have found
myself so paralyzed by indiffer-
ence th.it writing the expect ad
pre-Primary piece this week
might have been impossible.
At a peaceful man. I could
not. off curse, bring myself lo
.. of sociol igists re-
cently cited as: "Thus kind of
violence I which I is a reaction to
the of American poli-
tics, a reaction natural in a g n-
er ition which loves whatever is
dramatic, colorful and provoca-
tive we haw Increasingly
politically unira tgina-
the and eonaerval
Violence is a protest against
ii politics and stale
rhetoric."
But if tearing up the pea-
patcfa, or kicking the voting ma-
chines to pieces in frustration is
not the solution for most of us.
what will entice us to the polls
next Tuesday to confront more
than a hundred levers?
My impression of this summer
campaign for some of the most
important offices in Florida
Governor. VS. Sen***" State
Legislature and key Cabinet po-
sitionshas been a negative one.
Our candidates have been op-
posed to forced busing of school
children, personal state income
tax. corporate state income fix.
student strikes, the Supreme
Court, civil rights, dumping nerve
gas. television documentaries on
migrant workers, rich candi-
date-, mail appeals for funds,
the Chicago 5. 7. & 8. the pay
ton and H r-
Ho to cite a t-
horrifying th 1 at the
rs' hangups.
Not that .i few of the office-
seekers haven't been for some-
g, but it just seemed that un-
til the people on the II
teamed with our own Chuck Hall
there was nothing there that
> hit th" imagination in the
belly and made us I and.
possibly, put the emphasis In
thi- dull campaign where it be-
longs.
Just a small paragraph >
may have "Dide Coun-
ty Mayor Chuck Hall was in
horn" territory Friday and tell-
ing Miami senior citizens he fav-
ors a $1 1,0 -' h mestead exemp-
tion so our windows (pleas
Floridi-.m compositor, don't biow
this one for me1 can keep their
homes."
According to the item. Hall
also spoke out in favor of re-
duced fares for the elderly on
all forms of transportation: but
this a is typical of the campaign.
What grai.-bed me. as nothing
else hr.s these months, was that
at 1 as: one of the candidates
had shown some real concern
about the plight of one of the
neglected areas in our society.
Forgotten are the migrant!
in Go-.. Kirk's words, "a few-
drunks"the students, the drug
addicts, the criminals and all
the other negative rhetoric we
have h.ard. At last a positive
stand! It may l>oggle the minds
of those who have never given
it any serious thought but what
kind of country- would this be
if we let our "windows" down
by EDWARD COHEN
gh then
Until the Herald- i
room brought it to our
I venture to say th
weren't many who thouf
what this nation would be like
if all the "windows" were de-
prived of their homes, bee
of homestead exemption.
This imaginative Issu .;
me feel better about b
Democrat. Think of .
the Republican primary a:- ha\-
ing to choose among ail those
candidates the one wh i is op-
posed to busing! I: ...
to remember which came
the Neanderthal Man or the
(': ,-Magnon Man and .
of these to place Car.--well. Cram-
er, Eckerd, Bafalis and Kirk.
Hint: if you're a Re]
in Florida you probably kr.ow
the difference b< tween the O'.d
Stone Age and the New Stone
Age and can vote according to
h iw you view the progress made
back there.
Somehow it takes me back
some 20 years to the tim>' when
I called Broadway Sam, my fa-
vorite ticket scalper, for sea'
"A Streetcar Named Desire."
Th? harrasscd Sam creamed
into the phono, "I got buses. I
ain't got Streetcar,' everybody,
warts streetcars."
A few years later, when "Bus
Stop" became a Broadway hit. I
reminded Sam of his previous
statementhut to no avail, this
time he had only streetcars.' I
don't know what all this has
do with next Tuesday's election
but that's the way I feel abo it
it. Windows without homes and
trolley car rides to nowhere.
T" I
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONMaybe it is
simply my need for a vacation,
but I must say that at no time in
the last .15 years of work in
Washington has the long-range
outl'K>k for this country seemed
so dark and doubtful to me.
Since this is. in one sense, a
persona] statement, a personal
reminiscence is perhaps permis-
sibl-.
I caueht the last plane out of
Manila, which was also the last
plane into Hong Kong, on Pearl
Harbor Day. I heard President
Roosevelt's Pearl Harbor speech
leaking feebly from a defective
radio, dead alone and in the pitch
darkness required by the black-
out.
But I had pcen sure for years
that we would some day have
to deal with Adolf Hitler and
his allies: so that came near to
being a joyful moment. We hai
I thought, at long last taken in
hand a vitally necessary job. And
I never had a moment's doubt
that we would finish the job
well.
This reminiscence is in order
because the basic pit tern of dan-
ger Is beginning to be much the
same today. Moral considera-
tions had nothing to do with tin-
real national need to stop lit!
before he grew too strong to !>e
stopped. The need arose from
Hitler's threat of an enormous,
and enormously dangerous. u;-
set of the whole world balance
of power. To see the danger.
only think of this country's sit-
uation If we had finally been
faced with a victorious Nazi Ger-
many, ruling all of Western Eur-
ope, and armed with the ulti-
mate weapons of the modern
age!
I The Soviet marshals, who now
appear to play a leading role n
Soviet external policy-makinc
are of course by no means rfit-
lerian. It might be better il IW
were.
Instead, they are tough chau-
vinists and militarists, caution*
up to a i*>int, but bold wher-
ever it seems safe. Above J
they rely all but exclusively or.
naked military power, and they
are obviously ready to use ml-
tary power for their purposM
And their main piuiosc is t0
secure an enormous upset in the
whole world balance of power.
This is what links the present
with the Hitler-time. It is n
the central aspect of the present
situation, yet very few Amei.-
cans as yet appear to unde
Continued en ?age 8 A sfc


Friday. September 4, 1970
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Page 5-.;.
Lindberg Views On Jews
Racial Superiority Hit
Cnut rroni Page 1-A
prized I''1' opinion as "chari-
table gibberish that makes no
scientific sense whatsoever, hut
\\w< make clear that Mr. Lind-
bergh still believes in the Nazi
philosophy of racial superiority."
Seymour Graubard, national
chairman of the aDL, said it
pas "frightening" that after a
quarter of a century Lindl>crgh
viill accepts some of the most
heinous of Nazi racial theories,
,.|se how could he prattle about
our having lost our genetic he-
redity."
Col. Lindbergh, the "Lone
Eagle," whose solo nighl fr i n
New York to Paris in 1927 n ide
him an international hero, was
strongly isolationist during Ihe
years immediately prior to |
World War II. After visiting
Nazi Germany and Inspecting
Gocring's Luftwaffe, he went on
public speaking tours urging
the U.S. to stay out of the war,
at a time when Hitler's forces
had over-run France and were
threatening to invade Britain.
In his "Journals," Lindbergh
maintains that the Roosevelt ad-
ministration. DTO-British ele-
ments and American Jews forced
ft U.S. into World War II. In
.. .-; cii he made in Des Moines,
: iwa '"1 Sept. 11, 1941, al an
"American First" rally, Lind-
h a id. 'li is not difficult
to UnderSt md .shy Jewish peo-
ple desire the overthrow ui x.u:
Germany. 'I'll.' persecution they
suffered in Germany would be
Sufficient to make hitter < ne-
mies of any race. No person with
a s >nse of the gnlty of mankind
can condone the persecution the
Jewish race Buffered in Ger-
many. Hut no person of honesty
and vision can look on their pro-
war policy here today without
seeing the dangers involved in
such a policy both for us and
for them."
Dr. Slawson observed that if
the U.S. had not entered World
War II. the Nazis would have
gotten control of the atomic
boi .' anil "'here would have
be n no Western civilization to
rv about." Ral bi Roland II.
('.'ii. Isohn, president o f t '.-. e
CGAR, the Reform rabblni :al
organization, asserted th.it
American Jews "need not ap ill
gizefor being among the firs: I
call Hi" WO Id's illi n1 i.m to In
Inescapable moral issue whic-.i
compelled our nation to (oi
forces against Hitler."
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Zionist Federation Elects
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SEN. MYERS ENDORSES
LAWTON CHILES
for U. S. SENATE
Senator lawton Chiles, candidate for the Democratic
U.S. Senate nomination, has received the warm en-
dorsement of Senator Kenneth Myers, a leader of the
Dade delegation to the Florida Legislature.
"Lawton Chiles is the kind of man we need in Wash-
ington," Senator Myers stated. "He has already shown
that he can represent Florida with imagination, vigor,
courage and ability."
Senator Chiles earned his nickname, "The Walking
Senator," when he took his recent 1000-mile-plus trek
across Florida "to meet the voters and hear whafs
on their minds." He has now won the endorsement
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fJentefi fk>ridiiain
Page 7-JJ
Workmen's Circle Branch Activities
Joseph P- Zuckcrman of Greater
Miami's Farband Branch, Labor
Miami's Farband Branch, L.Z.O.,
^ ill greet Workmen's Circle dele-
pates and guests at the opening
Southern Region Conference sea-
son in the Algiers Hotel Sunday
at 10 a.m.
The Morris and Sarah Jacobs
I ranch of Workmen's Circle will
hold its first meeting of the new
p ason in Temple Zamora's school
aiding, 44 Zamora Ave., Coral
Cables, at 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 12. Its delegate to the South-
this weekend at the Algiers Hotel
v. ill give a report; the Jewish War
Veterans' official photographers,
Arthur Stein and Henry Kramarz,
will show their film called "Israel
Today" and comment on the var-
ious scenes and historical sites.
"he open meeting will be hosted
; Iv Florence Grossman.
H -------------------------------
, Meetings of Branch 1059 of The
j Workmen's Circle will be resumed
I at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in
| Ihe Washington Federal Audito-
rium, 1133 Normandy Dr., Miami
Beach. Cornelia Otis Skinner's
latest book, "Madam Sarah," an
autobiographical sketch of Sarah
Bcrnhardt, will be reviewed by
Murray Tubelle.
*
Branch 692 and its Women's
Club will noio a joint meeting in
the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Sept. 20. Delegates who attended
the Southern Region Conference
in the Algiers Hotel on Labor Day
weekend will report to the gath-
ering; refreshments will be served.
Members and friends arc invited.
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Florida Mouse of Representatives
District 96/Democratic Primary
The prophet Micah tells us,
"It hath 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.,'
IF I AM ELECTED YOUR CIRCUIT JUDGE, I WILL RENDER JUSTICE WITH COMPLETE
IMPARTIALITY TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF MY CAPACITY.
I WILL ALWAYS TEMPER JUSTICE WITH MERCY, UNDERSTANDING AND COMPASSION
IN THE TRADITION OF OUR ANCESTORS.
I 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.
STUART SIMON
CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
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Pcge 8-A
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Friday. Septernber 4, 1970
| i f^ a Leukemia Society In* leaser Size Of Research Grants if
.1 ll(Icll(*. V^Olli SC S _r\T An increase in t! vi:t-,-.id pro- Applications may bo obt lit
Hebrew High School
on of Jud
5cs has beer. i at the
.1 of
Jev
~:
made hy Leonard Z
dent o!
cat:
Courses :- It ':- -
be open -- ttei
the H
-
The J ; i'ill be of-
- r I ':;'". Ui Tij-hasjs placed up-
on rekeVanc* to
itta Among the
courses -..---
r. V ind Israel To-
ft- ..' -opt of Re-

ish Yiuth T .1v. The V ij Mo>
and Jud i ism and P'
nts who wish to bee
.1 Hebnw
a ill a If opportune ".; to
do so.
Th--1 Xon-Hf";r.-.ic proer
red tbj
:ty. arc sponsored b
: H g SchoolHi^h S -
lsh Studies of the Bur.
>n, through a -
ial :.tnt of (he Greater
ish FiwJeral
V Ce-ntlnord From Fage 4-A
it ---.d it M-.-anwhile. the Soviet
marshal are quite visibly mov-
ing to upset the world po-.v r
OPlance in three different ways.
One way is the immense b
up. of Soviet military strength,
both nuclear-strategic an: -.
ventkmaL The buil ha .- ::
":' because it his
been paralleled by a compc
rundown -,: Ann rican mil .
rtrengtb of bota .-. i Tn
rwr :- ng
behind the A
it were, of th
TV ray tn S
" uili Lb we m ..
pen ttack oi
1
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Cr Soviet nu-
i best s
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I
pect S et forces 1
event ially t fore-
'ensively deployed
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the Chine*
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matically f the S '.. m
BE |
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viet n it is
-. Th-- M. idle- East
Here I i?
to Israel It is a fearful d ng .
loo.
Yet :.-. th<> Soviet marsl
ey d doubt, h at
a n than j iwn '-: gai
Th* real aim is to use Israx' -
destructionor at least I--.-
parti '. cUsmeml -a
-- ins to expel Dte !a-- tr ees of
Western influence and powi r
fn f the stral il-
ly vital Middle 1 il When
if all the Arab regimes are vi. -
ous'y anti-Western: when ai
if Soviet power relcns alon.
this ent the in the
world power will indeed be Vi
gn it
The trouble with the po
hal mo" moreover. is th
upset always leads to another.
unless =trong measures ,-,re tab
to halt th" process. One can see
the further Soviet steps in prep-
aration. An obvious early goal. ,
for example, is to make Son
power predominant in the whole
Mediterranean.
Pray God. then, that all thus
i mere nightmare. Unl
see the outcome, no one can be
sure the sweet messaces the
Kremlin is secretly sending the
White House, about Middle East-
ern peace, are true or false. But
one must note that Israel's ef-
fective dismemberment is t]
Soviet-' minimum precondition |
for Middle Eastern "peace." as
publicly announced by the So-
viets themselves.
Th Hebrew TVpa-'ment of th-
High School will ->ffer a rev
program of Jewish Studies to stu-
dents who are graduates of after-
noon and day schools. A cbmpre-
sive unit on th- Stan of I-
' K brew Convert
ind The Study of Israel T--i
iuar.m-d for several of the classes.
There will be an opportunity for
(students to also attend the non-
Hehraic program on an elective
basis.
Transportation is avaUabl I
the scheduled classes will meet at
convenient times for all stud.
Students who complete the He-
brew High School are of fere-i
portunitiei to teach in the Jewish
f Greater Miami.
An increase in the size of indi-
vidual lesearch grants awarded by
the Leuk'. merfca
t>. n armour/
Jacob Colsky. chairman of the
-x Chapter's MMltcal
Ad\ isory Committee.
Effective July 1. 1971. the two-
.-ear follow grants will be raised
to S9.000 and $10,000 per annum:
tin? two-year Special Fellow grant
is to be upped to S15.000 and
S16.000 per annum
A now small grants program.
. w hich will award up to S3.000 for
v. research programs in excep-
tional circumstances, has been ini-
tiated to replace the grar.t-in-aid
' frogram.
"The Society is continuing it.'
policy of supporting individuals
than projects to encourage
tr.d promote the highest quality of
research activity." Dr. Colsky said.
Now that the government is cut-
:-.g back :'s research support in
the health field, the private sector
-:ust increase its support. The
Leukemia Society of America has
set a commitment of $1,000,000
for research as its goal for the
coming year."
The Society's research support.
Young Israel Bazaar
Young Israel of Greater Miami
at VXj NE I71t St.. North Miami
Beach, is sponsoring its annual
bazaar. Sunday and Monday from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a
carnival for entertainment, re-
n ibments, raffles and door prizes.
An ambulance of new merchan-
dise and food will be available at
bargain prices. The public is in-
(ate ;.
pro-
have been formulated as a
to the nature of
ilia ^nd >h'- problems n la( d
SUp-
ior' >! by voluntarj ntrlbufwnl
Individuals, clubs, bu
rirms, unions and foundations.
Applications may bo obtain
VTiting to th.- V: Pre-s: i
Medi il and Scientific ;
mia Society of Amor'.
Al li. 43rd St.. New Yo-k N.Y
|1C6I7. The"i<|i^".ji,frV. .
leadquarters is in the
ling.
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THERE ARE REASONS
WHY MAXNE RAKER
IS AN EXCELLENT
HEPftESENTATIl/E
ROUSE DISTRICT 90
Marine E. Baker. A veteran of tha
new oatagatfefl ffour terms) Mrs. Baker
is a quiet but effective legislator. She is
the on!y woman who is chairman of a
standing committee. In the 1969 and
1970 sessions she had a perfect atten-
dance record for House sessions and
committee meetings. Her special interest
is legislation for the care and treatment
of the mentally ill and the retarded.
RE-ELECT MAXINE E. BAKER
DISTRICT 90/DEMOCRAT/LEVER 18 C
Mydutyasa
judge of the
criminal court
is to merit the
public trust
placed in me!'
Msl:
reh
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'I believe all who-
enter my courtroom
know they can te
conf;dent they will
receive a fair a r,rj
equitable tr ai
withoutfe: .
favoritism.'
Keep Judge
Murray Goodman
Criminal Court-Group 5
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Broward Williams
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ELECT HOLMES
North Miami's Temple Beth Moshe recently
purchased a parcel of land in the Sans
Souci Estates area for its new temple build-
ing. A group of Founders who have pledged
theu financial backing are pictured at a sign
I raising ceremony held recently. From left are
Dr. Joseph A. Gorfinkel. spiritual leader, Cy
Blumenthal, Etnert Gerslem, Mrs. Davi.t
Stark, Mr. Stark, Mrs. Milton Pepper, Mars
Marks and F. Leonard Miller, chairman of
the temple's board.
1st v-ndolin Ensemble Rehearsal Of New Season
Briir Miami Beach Mandolin En-
mi -.ill hold iis first rehearsal
jm ih-. now season at the Ida M
ftln ; Junior High School, 11-1
Dn v \vc. Tii'-sday at 7 p.m
Per-..- inlrnst.il in joining t'u
gro aiv invited to attend Uti
reh ,'.. ..us with a view to becom-
largement of the ensemble into a
symphonette functioning under the
auspices <-t the Lebediker Branch
if Farbund. L.Z.O. This move will
put the group under the direction
of the eminent musician Shmuel
Pershko, and the administration
if the Lebrdiker Branch's r-n iablc
president, Joseph Zuekerman. The
Zimrah" chores o.gai.Uul ;i i". w
months ago has air ady i !iii vi d a
large measure of success under
their leadership.
AMANOFCOURAGE
Quality leadership is hard to
findthat's why hunlreds of
community leaders have en-
dorsed the candidacy of
Holmes Braddock for the
school board. Such com'
munity leaders as Rabbi Sol
landau. Dr. Ben Sheppard,
Anna Brenner Meyers, Marvin
Gillman, Aaron Foosaner, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Mar-
vin Wiener, Milton Gaynor, Dr. Jack Greenberg,
David Miller, Daniel Neal Heller, Jack Gordon, Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Frank Smothers Jr., Andy Gustaf-
son.and others have endorsed Holmes Braddock's
candidacy for the school board.
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Friday. September 4, 1370
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
'The Dark Ages': Jews In Europe 711-1099
* University Press began pub-
lication of the "World History of
the Jewish People." The volumes
that have thus far appeared have
been collections of essays written
by authorities in their respective
fields and edited by one or more
people. These volumes are not in
chronological order. For instance Volume 1, cov-
ering the pre-biblical period, was issued almost at
the same time as volume 11. The Dark Ages, which
covers the medieval period. 711 to 1096 (Rutgers
Press U., $17,501. Its editors are the late Cecil
Roth, E. Feldman and A. Peli; Revising Editor is
I. H. Levine.
The essential theme of the book is the transfer
of the Jews who dropped out of Islamic territory or
the Orient to the Occident and the development nnd ;
assumption of the settlements created by these
wandering Jews in Western Europe. The period
marks the onset of modern Jewish history. The
volume begins, as it were, in the world of the Tal-
mud and ends in the age of Rashi.
The four centuries covered in this book have left
very few documents or writings of Jews. Non-
Jewish writers of the period make little or no men-
tion of Jewish communities in Western Europe.
Fortunately, the period is marked by the beginning
of the Responsa of Franco-German rabbis and
ihese give us some insights into the religious life of
the times.
Sixteen authors appear in the volume more
than once. It is readily understandable that the
quality of sections is uneven and that there is some
overlapping. Statements of some of the authors
require elucidation and others are open to question.
Any one familiar with articles of Professor I. A. :
Agus is not surprised to read thaf'in Jewish com-
munities on the Rhine and in France. Talmud.c
.,.. "
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
scholarship was the preoccupation of a large
portion of the population.
Noticeable by their absence from footnotes or
bibliography are some excellent modern authori-
ties and some earlier writers. Among names which
should have appeared are Theophile Malvezin. I.
Bedarride, R. Altamira and Herman Kellenbenz.

Crime: Who Fights It?
CONGRESS is taking an inordinately
long time to move on the three-
year extension of the 1968 Crime Con-
trol and Safe Street Act. as the crisis
continues to plague urban areas. The
great cities of the land, beset by a
frightening growth of thefts and homi-
cides, are hard pinched iit tax money,
needed to keep the lid on.
Part of the delay is being caused by the struggle
over how much power will be lodged in the federal gov-
ernment; the extent of its demand for matching funds
from states and municipalities is another big factor.
Long after the Safe Street Act became law. critics
in Congress were justifiably complaining that the insuffi-
cient funds appropriated were being used to build bu-
reaucracies. Plenty of plans had been sketched out on
paper, but little money had been made available to the
cities, and even that was not going where it was needed.
The FBI's report for the first three months of 1970
shows the national crime rate had jumped 13% over the
same three months of 1969. Robbery and larceny, so ter-
rifying to city dwellers, are on the increase in all sections
of the country. Underpaid police officers are frustrated
by swift getaways available to daring offenders, quite a
few of whom are addicts in need of more cash to meet
the inflated price of drugs. And still money to fight crime
in the more efficient and enlightened way prescribed by
competent study commissions is not reaching the areas
where the need is most pressing in sufficient amounts.
Another gjvomy aspect of the picture is that certain
proposals in the'bill being considered are so dangerous to
citizens' constitutional rights that some of the most con-
servative lawyers in the nation are issuing warnings re-
garding such harsh, "dragnet" provisions to deal roughly
with so-called. "dangerous special offenders" and judges
Washington considers too lenient. Serious questions have
been raised about the blows in store for the First,
Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution.
Add to this concern the general disappointment over
society's failure to begin working seriously on the factors
which contribute to the tidal wave of crime in the cities
slum conditions, poverty, poor schooling, a lack of suffi-
cient vocational guidance, the alarming insensitivity to
the need for new ways to combat the drug menace, and
the ominous unemployment forecast.
And the political maneuvering over appropriations
for the fight against crime continues in Washington, with
the government insisting on distribution of the precious
funds on the basis of population, rather than the amount
of crime in any given areaincontrovertible evidence of
its need for dollars with which to back up its police and
tighten its crime prevention measures.
Our film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
Tiddler' Lesson In
Respect For Others
W"
London
HEN I interviewed him at the
Pinewood Studios, where the
Mirisch-Jewison unit of "Fiddler
on the Roof is currently head-
quartered. Haim Topol had just
returned from exploring the site
near Zagreb, Yugoslavia, where
it will go on location.
Topol. who iwrtrayed Tevya. the poor Jewish
dairyman, at Her Majesty's Theatre in London for
a full year before turning the part over to Alfie
Bass in 1968, is enthusiastic about the quaint Slavic
countryside chosen for its background, and says its
primitive earthiness very much resembles Czarist
Russia before the turn of the century. He sees his
own stubbornly traditional Russian grandfather
who sent his son to Palestine, but would himself not
move an inch from his Orthodoxyin the ghetto
protagonist from Anatekva. The Sholom Aleichem
yarn, which was dramatized by Arnold Perl and
streamlined for the musical version by Joseph Stein,
also depicts the eternal clash of generationsin
which the young, in hot-blooded temper, always
want to change the world, but not necessarily for
the betterment of civilization, he says.
To Topol, who grew up in the absolute freedom
of the State of Israel, there is no reason for hate
between the nations and i>eoples of the world. Op-
pressive regimes have, however, exploited traditions
down through the years for their own ends. "Fiddler
on the Roof," the Israeli actor says, is a lesson in
respect for the beliefs of others; its is bound to aid
in the battle to promote understanding of racial
and religious minorities.
Born in Tel Aviv in September of 1935. the
sabra is the son of a bus driver-turned-transport
manager. He joined Israel's army in 1954, and was
sent to the border with a pioneer unit. He proved to
have such talent as an entertainer, that he was
soon ap|x>intcd commander of the theatrical group
of Nahal. After completing his army service, he
founded the satirical cabaret called "The Green
Onion," and in 1960 moved to Haifa, where he was
a founder of its Municipal Theatre and a leading
actor in the Theatre Club. He played a number of
roles on the Hebrew stage before making his film
debut in the Israeli movie "I Like Mike." a none-
too-distinguished quickie poking fun at American
tourists. Ephraim Kishon devised the "Sallah" ra-
dio series for the burly comedian; it later became a
feature-length motion picture, which led to his re-
ceipt of the Golden Globe Award. He was voted
"best foreign actor" in the International Variety
Poll of London Critics, and in 1967 was London's
"Man of the Year." He starred in his own television
series "It's Topol" on BBC during the 1968 fall-
winter season, and also made two major motion
pictures "A Talent for Loving" and "Before
Winter Comes" the same year.
"''""" .i. '. ".II'I : iti- 1

Israel Newsletter
The failure of D. M. Dunlop in his excellent chap-
ter on the Khazars to mention Krimchitaki Jews
and their relationship with the Khazars is to bo
regretted.
The thick volume is a welcome addition to our
knowledge in spite of shortcomings and oversights.
No individual or collection of individuals has
yet written the perfect history. "The Dark Ages"
I brings mi-eh light to that period in Western civiliza-
I tion and the place of the Jews therein. It is no-
li table that two very capable Christians are in-
* eluded amon^ the sixteen contributors. What a
I pity that our system of Jewish education and rabbis
' had not been able, in recent years, to inspire or mo-
: tivate more young Jews to enter the field of Jewish
j history.

Israel Newsletter
HMMHOdUMMMIMMmUIMNM
By CARL ALPERT
Turning Of The Screw
COMEONE. somehow, must reach the
ear of Moscow and Cairo and warn
Russians and Egyptians alike that they
are on the verge of making a terribl
and fatal mistakean error of judgment
which can have calamitous consequences,
primarily for them, but for others ao
well. They did it once before.
In 1967 Russian and Egyptian Intelli-
gence reported that Israel was rent by internal dissen-
sion. Unemployment was high; strikes had crippled the
ports, transportation, broadcasting, postal services. Some
banks had closed. There were riots over Sabbath observ-
ance and autopsies. The Mapai and Rafi parties were at
each other's throats. Gahal was split from within. Th.>
Sephardis and Ashkenazis were engaged in a running
battle. In short, some foreign observers in 1967 felt that
under such conditions Israel was a pushover. It would
fall apart at the first pressures. Those pressures led to
the Six-Day War. with results that are now well known.
Our enemies have learned nothing. They are today
bringing enormous pressures upon Israel in the political
and diplomatic spheresand the United States seems to
be lending itself as a willing tool in such pressures in the
apparent belief that all that is required for true peace
in the Middle East is for Israel to be a little more "rea-
sonable." At the same time, the military pressures have
not really been eased.
Today, Moscow and Cairo are confident. Their 1970
intelligence reports declare that Israel is rent by internal
dissension. The Cabinet has been split, and Gahal, the
country's second largest party, has gone into fighting
opposition. There is a rash of strikes on the part of
nurses, dock workers, technicians and others. The public
is groaning under a mounting burden of taxes. There are
fights over religious conversion and marriage ceremonies.
The courts are filled with libel cases as Israeli nerves are
on edge. The count ry faces a financial crisis.
The danger is that in 1970-71. ac once before in 1967,
the foe will misread the signs, and because they think
Israel has become weak they will turn the screws of
pressure too tight. Something will have to give. No
matter what Moscow and Cairo may think, no friend
of Israel should for a moment be misled. These super-
ficial reports are all accurate, but they do not add up to a
confused, defeatist state of affairs. The sum total of the
scandals and problems and disagreements have no in-
fluence on the national will, courage and determination
to surviveas events will prove, if necessary.
a, .'i ,

By ELIAHU SALPETER
Tax Spiral Is Nothing New
IF ANYBODY could suspect the
Israelis of being unduly opti-
mistic about the chances of peace
being just around the corner, the
nation's Finance Minister, Pinhas
Sapir, would surely be charged
with picking the citizens' pockets
While he still could. But high de-
fense expenditures were the main
reason for the drastic tax hike approved by the
Cabinet just one week after the cease-fire was re-
established an the Suez Canal.
A now "gift-tax" is being drafted, capital-profit
rates are expected to go up, an excise tax will be
imposed on cigarettes and alcoholic beverages In
addition, domestic postal rates will be upped 20<%
to 40%. and the 25% rise in phone charges (a part
of the Pos Office service in Israel, will actually
provide a double revenue increase: from the higher
' '"** "'H.;....!
charges themselves and from the 20% defense levy
on phone bills. The government sneaked in somt
minor unscheduled levies, alsohaircuts went up. as
did some consumer-goods prices.
It was the crisis in the domestic budget that
prompted Mr. Sapir to try to pull the emergency
brakes. Expenses were running ahead of schedule,
and revenues falling behind. Essentially, of course,
the huge defense budget, which eats up about 2598
of the Gross National Product, was at the root of
the problem. But the new taxes were imposed to
patch an unexpected gap between overall revenues
and necessary expenditures which seems to have
been the result of misfiguring.
The Israelis will accept the higher taxesthey
are sadly used to the fact that taxes always go up.
And they know that cease-fire o.- not, peace-talks
notwithstanding, their survival depends first of all
on whether their defense forces are supplied with
everything they need.
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September 4. 1970
+Je*ist>n*r/affar7
Page 11-*
L000 Teenagers Will
Attend Youth Rally
tidpated that more than
lagers and young adults
ttend the Second Annual
:v at the Miami Beach
I a Sunday, Oct. 18, at
pin.
Youth Council of
five miles from the Kremlin, and
dance all night to proclaim theii
Jewish identification on this fes-
tive occasion.
Secondly, they wish to voice'
their solidarity with Israel at this
critical historical moment when
delicate diplomatic maneuvers sur-
Comiminity Singers
Beginning 18th Year
Both men and women- sinfcefs
are being accepted by the Miami
Beach Community Singers, now
starting their 18th year. Registra-
tion will take place at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. Sept. 10, in the Band
Room of the Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School. 1124 Dre.vl Aw.,
Miami Beach.
Joseph Mooney is conductor of
the group, which provides cultural
music to the area; Hose Abels is
North Bay Village Center Sets Holiday Services
its president. Rehearsals will be
have called rounding the United States Middle-
East Peace Pro|>osals are being ex- \ '"'M at ,h<* Sl'ho1 cai-n Monday
,, Jewish
::i;,n ,n.l the American
jents for Israel
in, in' the holiday ol
hat'Twah (Rejoicing of thejplorcd whist pose great rumitica-iand Thursday evening in prepara-
i to demonstrate the identifi-1 tioas for Jews throughout the | lion for a spring concert at the
|on 0f the youth of Greater -
^ith youth in Israel, the
ami will symbolically unite in song evenings which are open to the
and dance wun their youthful I public. Mildred Shuman, publicity
brothers and sisters throughout the chairman, will be glad to provide
world. (further information.
Ill' :
,-iel Union and throughout the
world. i \iiami Beach Audiiorium. The
The Jewish youth of Greater Mi-1 group also holds monthly social
,.y chose tliis time for two,
sons, First, this is the only
tay -it tiv .i.-Vwh youth in Rus-
u ,.-,,, II,. -n-eets at great
il !,, themselves in front of the
M,_ st .synagogue in Moscow, only
Ha in i! ton Named
tislbioii Director
rd Hamilton, well-known Ft.
. ni, le educator and mcr-
[ i, g i upert. has been named
[ii no of the Prospect Hall Col- J
t.'s Fashion Merchandising De-
Btment, Mrs. Sonja O'Keefe, its
eeto", has announced.
p,- ;, i Hall's new Fashion Di- |
Ofjti' < a naiiv of New York, |
.nd .rived !.- B.S.F.S. degree
ron: ; ni',-etou r. University. He
ias l"-en a U-achcr in the adult ;
tnd .ational training division of
Brov d County public schools i
umber ot years, specializing
ramercial advertising art and
|i, ib-play techniques.
it Hamilton is a member of
Hollywood Ciiamber of Com-
ic yhere he has served on tlie
ireriising committee, and Fort
Hidinlale's Chamber of Com- I
lerc with s-niiv on the Retail [
tavlumts Committee. He has
beet I'd promotional enterprises
)T T-ie Carriage Trade and Sara
red< ricks and unusual merchan-
ishiL :fi-cts t such firms as
/orr i-o Theatres, Flamingo
'ram. Groves md Burdine's.
Cost
cutter.
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found so many ways to
make your work easier and
your life brighter with elec-
tricity. After all, it's the big-
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The average price paid per
kilowatt hour by FPL-
served families is one-third
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inflationary trend?
PD. POL. ADV.
LARRY
KANZER
THE
Eliminate lackadaisical legisla-
D/-l ITir>l I a ,ion in ,he floriia House-
TICIAN Richnrd Renick has no record
to stand on due to high ab-
senteeism. He has failed to
vote on important issues, he
raised his legislative salary-
then spent time at a racetrack
in Miami when he should have
been representing you in Talla-
hassee. Kanzer is the "un-
politician" who can fill a void
in District 91.
LEVER 19-C
DEMOCRAT VOTE COUNTY WIDE
STATE LEGISLATURE
DISTRICT 91
JUDGE HAL P.
Dekle
FLA. SUPREME COURT JSt,
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Larry Paskow, owner of Harbor
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Caus< way. has again made its fa-
cilitios available to the North Bay
Village Jewish Center for the High
Holy Day services.
Cantor Leon Segal, who is well
known in Miami, will participate
in the services, which will be held
in the spa's newly-refurbished au-
ditorium. One year's membership
fee at the Center is included in
the price of the tickets to the
.services, which are available by
calling or writing George Reiter,
Treasure House South. 7501 K,
Treasure Dr., North Bay Village.
"I think this is th" most beauti-
ful country in the world and there's
a feeling that everybody's in this
together and such a feeling
of togetherness thai l don't think
you'll find anywhere else. The
greatest hope, of course, is fur
peace and one can only ho|K' that
my husband and all the other boys
haven't given their lives away in
vain."- Israeli war widow.
BOB HARTNETT
Dedicated to PuMic Scmicc
"Your tax dollars are now being
wasted. Certain industries are going
tax free, while youthe homeowners
are being taxed more and more.
"Let me continue the fight to take
the tax burden off your shoulders, to
get better schools, more parks and
better roads with money available
from sources now going tax free."
DEMOCRAT DISTRICT 106
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
PD. POL. ADV.
THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB
of Miami Beach
(Oldest and Largest Chartered Statewide
Political Organization)
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Elect PHIL STANDER
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U^ami, T.onda Friday, September 4. 1970
Section B
Russians Are The Trouble
Makers, Sen. Murphy Says
TEL AVIV (JTA)-U.S. Sen.
George Murphy. (R-Calif.) who
conferred with Israeli army in-
telligent chief Gen. Aharon
Yariv last week, was given a
briefing on the situation along
the borders and developments
since the cease-fire.
Interviewed later by the press,
Sen Murphy said. "When Israel
talks about violations of the
cease-fire by the Egyptians, they
are really talking about Russian
violations. We tend to forget,"
he declared, "that the Soviets
are really the ones who are mak-
ing trouble. It was the same in
Cuba and it is the same in the
Far East," he said.
Sen. Murphy, who delivered a
letter from President Nixon to
Premier Golda Meir, declared
that she seemed satisfied with
its contents. He referred to Sen.
J. W. Fulbright's plan as "the
rather off-hand and unprepared
plan of my distinguished col-
league" during the interview.
Sen. Murphy said he approves
the American peace initiative.
'The fundamental approach is
sound," he said, "although there
may be a need for some modifi-
cations."
Technion Center
For Urban Study
The Senator declared he is
convinced that President Nixon
will stand by his promises to
Israel. "In any case," he said,
Israelis are not being sold out in
another Munich. Israel is to ex-
ist, and America will help her
and guarantee her existence,"
he said.
According to unofficial reports
from Washington, the United
States plans to use its most so-
phisticated aerial reconnaissance
system in the Middle East. The
system will provide President
Nixon with photographs taken
by U-2 planes in a matter of
minutes. A transmitting device
called Compass Link will be lo-
cated in a bulding in the Suez
Canal area for the purpose, it
was reported. It will be linked
via satellite to the Pentagon in
order to provide accurate, up-
to-the-minute data.
A new Center for Urban anil
mai Studies has been estab-
lished at the TechnionIsrael
Institute of Technology, to deal
with the problems of urban en-
vironment In Israel's rapidly
ng cities, it has been
announced.
The di ector of the Center. As-
soc it. Professor Moshe Hill of
tii Teehni m's Faculty of Archi-
tecture and Urban Planning, said
the Center will initiate and co-
ordinate research relating to the
cific conditions which exist In
Israel today. Until now, he added,
Israel has made no concerted ef-
fort to study its increasingly serf-
M Is Unreliable/
Sen. Goodell Says
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Charles Goodell. (R-N.Y.l who
appeared on the NBC television
program "Searchlight" Sunday,
said he thought a U.S. Soviet
force to police the cease-fire in
the Suez Canal zone would be
very helpful, because the United
Nations force is something no
one can rely on.
The senator said he didn't
think Big Four policing would
work on the Israel-Jordan fron-
tier under present conditions,
because no cease-fire exists
there, but the idea of such a
force in the Suez area is gain-
in-- ground in the Senate, and
has already been endorsed by
Sen, Alan Cranston (D-Calif.)
and Sen. Harold E. Hughes (D-
lowai. Sen. j. William Pul-
brighl (D-Ark.) suggested such
a joint U.S.-Russian cease-fire
I atrol last week.
ous urban problems, although il j
is one of the most urbanized
countries in the world.
The Center at Technion, which
is Israel's only technological uni-
versity, will be organized as an
interdisciplinary unit, drawing
on other Technion departments,
including architecture and town
planning, transportation, water
resources, building sciences, man-
agement and industrial engineer-
ing, ecology and computer .sci-
ence.
Urban growth in Israel has
intensified since the establish-
ment of the State in 191S. The
Tel Aviv metropolitan area, with
a ix>pulation of close to one mil-
lion, is facing all the complex
problems of comparable urban
regions throughout the world.
Beersheba, which only IS years
ago was a small town, is today a
city of 100.000. Ashkelon uid
Ashdod are pacing the urban de-
velopment of Israel's southern
shore region. Jerusalem is ex-
periencing unprecedented growth
since the Six-Day War and the
unification of the city.
Using these urban regions as
study areas, the new Technion
renter will deal with the qual-
ity of the environment, control ol
pollution, computer techniques in
planning urban development, hu-
man perception of physical en-
vironment, ecological balance,
and recreation.
Prof. Hill reported that three
research projects are already be-
ing carried out under the Cen-
ter's sponsorship. The Center's
activities will also include or-
ganizing conferences and semi-
nars and publishing a scries of
research reports,
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Resist Soviet-Egyptian
Demands AIPC Urges
WASHINGTON, (JTA> "The
United States should resist the
Soviet-Egyptian demand for Is-
rael's withdrawal from all occupied
territories," The American-Israel
Public Affairs Committee declared
in a letter distributed to all mem-
bers of Congress.
"The peace will not be gained or
preserved by restoring the fragile
and dangerous conditions which
exposed Israel to terrorist attack
and made her vulnerable to inva-
sion in 1967," the Committee de-
clared. "The United Nations reso-
lution of November 1967 called
for withdrawal to secure and rec-
ognized boundaries and President
Nixon, on July 1, referred to de-
fensible borders." The letter, sign-
ed by Irving Kane, chairman, and I.
L. Kenen, executive vice ehairmin
of the Committee, a Washington-
based organization seeking to
strengthen United States-Israel
friendship, added that the United
States should help ease the tre-
mendous burden which the Israelis
have carried in resisting the So-
viet threat to their existence by-
providing Israel with military and
economic aid which is permitted
under the standstill agreement be-
tween Israel and Egypt and Jor-
dan.
The Committee told the Sena-
tors and Representatives that t'"
hopes of results in the talks beini
conducted at the United Nat". I
under direction of the U.N. Mid-
east emissary, Gunnar V. Jarring,
had been "dimmed by the glaring
Russian-Egyptian violations of th
case-fire standstill, endangerii ,
Israel's security. For the gegotu-
tions to proceed, it is essential that
the newly-installed missiles be re-
moved from the standstill area, and
the Soviet Union should withdraw
its military personnel from Egypt,"
the Committee said. It shares tho
view of Dr. William A. Wexlcr,
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents ot Major American
Jewish Organizations, who stated
on behalf of the 24 constiuent Con-
ference members, that the Egyp-
tian violations had "critically un-
dermined the basis for the nego-
tiations."
Beba Idelson Chapter Meets
The first 1970-71 meeting of the
Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer
Women will be held Wednesday
noon in the Washington Federal
at 1133 Normandy Dr., Miami
Beach. Mrs. Fanny Gibson, prei -
dent, will preside.
now
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Friday. September 4, 137Q
Lnited Hias Service
Aided 6.360 Migrants
a
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*n tnnwJ renorr.
In addition. a*.TKT helped
- vrv 3AXMJ oltiers .o nek are -
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ataBM La'rn .Vreer*en mi-
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I pragma
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rtt
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a -scendo : and nn?
d-*ijjned
of a
bkJl b'ore
-he liotoeaust, had numbered ai-
I 3-5 million.
_ Th plight of the t^imtwiiii of
Teva An
,nr:-, MWTd 2
to th.- report, and the HOVfty it
thoM M an c .-mtrw-s became
ven more threatened. United Efiav
Service made lullIn efham fr.
lecur Den rights for :h=
1,000 -I---- in Syria, th.- 3.00', in
-rvj :nd the 1.200 in Egypt.
Tii agency raarttled mom than I
,800 from the Middle
Seal and No th Africa hat year.
"The plight of Soviet Jewry re-
named a CBOrtanl piiority of
United Hi' Service throu-'li i r
he y. ar," Mr. Jacobsen noted. De-
spite Irnnow rible difficulties. th-
igency wai successful in reunit-
n l>? Sovi Ji m ith then' rela-
tivea iurins; 1969 as compared with
" : i aaw re-
-
.
'acted
119
tl
nd 109 from :"
The maj

lea. The rep '
-1 that during IS**1 I
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1
Inaa had been bud?et.'.d and
be prfanarny to heavy and
in as-

- ir. !?*i '-'. I FBaa 9er
the --
nd raaatOemeaa of eta I
nOUoa persons.
Temple Meneroh Adding
New School Departments
Ar. ail-dav kindergarten and a
x Hirh Seboo D
have been added to T n '' -
noratfi R .-. s Set I thai rear.
!ta '-hv^tional BfCi"
tfeUer, h*-s anoaaneed. TJie
-
.-'jdued This year wiii
enaM* linguistic Btadnitl to pur-
sue their own program while non-
HnfUlMBC studer.ts follow a new
Judaic approach, it was reportadL
. ogram was designed to pre-
vent student* from dropping out
because of frustration. The largest
Confirmation class in Tempi-- Me- .
norah's history will be taught bv
Kabbt Mayer Abramowitz this
>ar. It will culmir.ate in a week-
end coacaare with th- Rabbi
phasi/ing th.- sjiirit of tlv- Sabbath
as w-li as study and social ac- .
tivity.
Evening Of Entertainment
In lieu of a regular meeting, an
< vening of t-ntcrtairiment has been
Uaed up by Dr. Jack Heath for ,
the Knights of Cxirge Gershwin
t-'xlsce and th-ir iailk-s Monday.
Chancellor Commander Richard
vVasserman has announced. The j
open eonvenfJbn will begin at 7:30'
p.m. in the Surf side Community
Center.
New Hoars Announced
For Or Olom Grft Shop

for the GJt Shop at Tenv .
teasor- rh
^iHi and pers^&ii-d stats'>n--r>'
I
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n 7 I I p.n-_ Gift Shop
.man
. -. -.-
n of a mat Jbbb

ar.r.onee) by Mr*. Albert
?;. chapman. Mrs Herbert Seit-
iran i preaident of the t^mpU-'s
Sisterhood: RaWx Raipb G-ixman
.- its spiritual leade-r.
Candidates Discuss Issues
trnui IDS -- -. t < -1 re pn
\ \i -.i <* i ;>i ic Bndldatr
.. !, .,. ralw- Club
Areek at the
current tauea. Sr"-akcrs ir.
ip Claude Pepr*r. Judge Hai ic
DuVal State R^p. Dick Oark
:,.--: .'.!(!>or Stf\-e C!arr:
rhc .-.-..-.tinir was mooVrat-
f'ui..Waii/ Gluefc, the ekaVi
I dent.
0
ITS A FACTSince June 1967
the J. : -. but ion Commit tr-.'
-ration
asstnee to more than 14.l.
J'*s :'rorr. Eastern Europe. North
Afr^, and the- Middle East who
-Might temporary awHim in
Weatera fcaaapa. JDCs tot -i cots
d;inte 'hi-, period have exceeded
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Judge Carting Stedman has dispensed justice, without fear or
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He's been tough on
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Judge Carling Stedman has used the full power of the law to
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He's handled more than 10,000
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Some 1,639 in the first seven months. He's working to break
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Workshop of Adult Education Committee Synagogue To Fete Its Rabbi Author, Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever
Considers the Problems of Jewish Youth
The Adult JewWl Education
Committee of t ho Florida Assoo.a-
workshop on the problems of Jcw-
1 youth in Palm Beach recently.
Samuel Paseoe acted as chair-
man of the A.J.K. workshop, part
, the effort being made by tile
'.,;, fifty B-nai BYith lodges
lhl, Btate io resolve the pressing
m-oblrm of Jewish identification
among the Jewish youth and pro-
mote their understanding ol then-
great history and tradition.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation, who took part in a
panel discussion, commented on
>onie Jewish students' lack of in-
terest in their religion by saying.
'We cannot expect the campus to
do what the family and synagogue
have neglected to do."
Dr. Louil Schwartzman. execu-
tive director of Greater Miami's
Bureau "f Jewish Education, dis-
cussed Jewish education on the ;
college campus, and described an]
experiment undertaken last year
Bt the University o! Miami's Hillel
in cooperation with the Col-j
I, ge Ol Ji wish Studies. He stressed
the need for courses in Jewish
, i-. taught by experts and
relevant to current events, and I
(commented that universities and
should give credit for
In Jewish history and re-
ther speaker at the work-'
Edward Cohen, director
linistration at Temple Israel
i Greater Miami, and columnist
for The Jewish Kloridian. Mr.
( ohen I Massed great faith in the
youth of today. He sees them as
i ourageous and just, and believes i
their demand for a share in the
policy-making and a voice on in-
gtitutional and agency boards is a
reasonable request.
Representing the youth were
Lynn Diane Weiss, a freshman at
the University of Florida who had
recently returned from a year of
study at Tel Aviv University, and
Henry Maanhaimer, a junior at
Titian'- University. Miss Weiss de-
; tared that Israel's youth have no
lime for protest marches, demon-
strations or drugs they are too
busy assuring their survival. Their
Jeuis.mcss, sne said, came natur-
ally, as a result of their everyday
living. Mr. Mannheimer stated his
belief that the so-called Jewish
"establishment" is out of touch
with Jewish youth on campus and
B large majority of the students
are not being reached by any form
(,: Jewish education.
Round Town
Sidney and Lillian Schoen re-
cently returned from St. John.
i\ew Brunswick, Canada, where
thev attended the Bar Mltzvah
of her nephew, Allan Richard
.leiixer. hiso attended were the
other eight children in her fam-
ily, their spouses and their chil-
dren, as well as cousins from
the United States. Canada and
France. It was a week of ban-
quets, as there was never less
than 22 at the table. The cele-
brant conducted the Friday
night service, the entire Satur-
day morning service and did the
Torah reading as well, address-
ing the congregation in both
French and English. So many
family members were present
thai the rabbi complaint d .
he said they didn't have thai
large an attendance even on
Vcm Kippur!
Jimmy and Barbara De M
cola. 944 . Miami Beach, will leave for Eur-
ope on Labor Day. They'll visit
with friends who live near Ilk-
Black Forest, Germany, then go
to Lausanne, Switzerland, where
Jimmy, a restauranteur- he has
the Grist Mill in the Sheraton
Beachplans to enroll his son,
Jimmy, Jr., in the internationally
known hotel and restaurant
there. The rest of their itiner-
ary will include visits to Flor-
ence. Venice, Naples and Bene-
vento (18 miles south of Naples)
where Jimmy's family lives.
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writings, national and Interna-
tiona] books, and the biography of
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, will
be on display Saturday, at the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, 7801 Caryle Ave., Miami
Beach.
Dr. Ever will be feted by his
synagogue for his latest book
"The Joy of Isaac" with a Jala
buffet style reception in the adja-
cent building Immediately after th
services. Murray Jacgei', syna-
gogue president.wiU introduce the
rabbi's new volume, and extend
greetings. The entire congregation
will be able to review all the vol-
umes and certificates of merit.
Three world authorities of Di-
vine Law have given their testi-
monial and approval in the fore-
word published in the front of the
new volume. They arc Issor Jehu-
dah Unterman, Chief Rabbi of the
State of Israel; Rabbi Moshe Fein-
stein, president of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada and Dean of
Tifcreth Jerusalem Rabbinical Col-
lege of America, New York City:
and Rabbi Yecheskel Same, of
blessed memory, chief Dean of the
World famous Hebron Yeshiva
Kneselh Israel, Jerusalem, Israel.
Th.- fifth volume produce! by
the Rabbi-author, "Yismach Itz-
ch ik,' iThe Joy of Isaac), deals
in the doctrines of law and
lore, and contain- I, ctur !S
the traditional laws and chapters
on the exposition and Interpreta-
tion of the law in Talmud and
Maimonides. The first part is a
treatise and dissertation on Juris-
prudence and its commentaries.
Part two of the volume is an anal*
ysls and exegesis on ethical and
rcllgiOU8 problems.
Dr. L'ver, president of The TaJ-
mudic Theolocical College of
America and executive direclor of
the Orthodox Vaad Hakashrul
of Florida, will dedicate hi- -e
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Friday September 4,
1970
V"Jewifr ttcrScff/iaiin
Viqs 5-B
Miami Chapter Of
,.nrd --'iv moers of all 18
ihti Mi mi Chapter of
with- membership to-
. .|jnB re than 3.500, will meet
, Sept. 10. at Beth David
lion for an Inspiration
nay- nUI for them by Mrs.
I.iss. the Chapter's edu-
. president, and Mrs.
Stanlej Bulbil'.. Soviet Jewry
ii I
Wgi r 'PS will be held, begin-
i0 a.m aimed at nro-
, linf ,. lenhip training. Factual
an,l perl neot information will be
and new ideas as well
-iul "know-how" tech-
hanged.
The Kow, What. When, Why
n: ,1 \\ of doing the best pos-
ir Hadassah will be de-
thil effort to acquaint
j loanl women more fully
with th< iobs and the reason why
I y play large or small
portant
r.ing workshops will in-
residents' session, con-
. Mrs. Samuel Steinberg;
Hadassah To Hold An Inspiration Day
Tiembership, with Mrs. Arthur secretaries, Mrs. David Lewis am
1 ossman; fund-raising, Mrs. Ber-: Mrs. Alvin Burger; financial sec-
iard Mandler; education, Mrs. Jo-lretaries and treasurers, Mrs, Julei
I Freeman and Mrs. Morris I.auretz
membership dues secretaries, Mrs.
Jack Sills and Mrs. Stanley Miller.
During the afternoon, Mrs. Max
Jacobson will conduct the Youth
: Aliyah session, Mrs. Maxwell Weis-
berg the youth activities, Mrs.
Morton Silberman big gifts, and
Mrs. David Seitlin visual aids. A
discussion of the current Israeli
i situation will be presented by Mrs.
Gerald Solt*.
President of the Miami Chapter
is Mrs. Morris Herman.
MRS. JOSEPH M. U88
seph Lias and Mrs. Stanley Bulbin;
program, Mrs. Martin Amster;
Kadimah Meeting Tuesday
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold its first meeting
of the new season in Beth David's
social hall Tuesday. Presiding at
the 1 p.m. meeting, during which
Mans for the coming year will 1"
formulated, will be the chapter's
president, Mrs. Fred Sandier.
Officers oi the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tior.ci Council of Jewish Women who gath-
ered o plan for the opening section-wide
membership meeting at 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
day .;-. the Jordan Marsh Auditorium in-
cluded (from left) Mrs. Samuel Feldman,
finer.:.al secretary: Mrs. Bernard Abel,
Treasurer; Mis. Philip Pearlman, correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Norman Cohan, presi-
dent; Mrs. Bernard Lcring, Mrs. Vivian Ed-
wards and Mrs. Philip Bloom, vice presi-
dents.Mrs. Sally Gersten, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Louis Gordon, and Mr3. Philip
Friedman, vice presidents.
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cont slant's ability to communi-
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public. The campaign, which n.
bo kicked off at noon Thursday,
Sept. 10, in the Everglades Hotel,
will end Nov. 19.
All America Membership Win-
ner Mrs. Murray Salmers of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah was honored at its annual
national convention in Wash-
ington, D.C. for exceeding the
membership goal.
Art Forums Scheduled
The Miami Beach Art Club ha?
scheduled a forum in memory of
the late Samuel S. Goldberg, m I l
had long been active in its affain
Friday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Monday. Sept. 14, U-M
Prof. Clayton Charles will be a
special guest at a 7 p.m. forum I
the Miami Beach Public Library,
21O0 Collins Ave.
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age 6-B
9'JeHi Academy Adds Israeli
Teachers To Faculty
In distra-
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to Is baa
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hi. Hi held posts In \
in Israel. 1
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n th< United States on be-

of th3 JewWi ABWicy. Ifc
two y**n bt l> At
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m Associate Principal of
-;'. -,'. in a sub-
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graduated from "Peach-'
Vmimr>' in Tel Aviv, H a
.v i. reral ire and .T
i -: y major. She Ml been teach-
Wometco Theatres
\n% for the past 11 yean in T<_!
Aviv on the junior and
hieh lie pr<". i wsly
teveMri yean t acmnji in M
I
behalf of the Jewish Agency.
Mr. I worn in Switz-
As a chM he wont .\'X.\
-i\ to Israel ?.nd h.is taught
in eh m "ntary ad i lor h! jh
lent an i Tel A'
acted as
Pi
i in the < .. : Recho-
vnt. Mr. I. nal a.I! be leaching
1 Bible anrt II"hrw I.
on the set h level at
the Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Div Pridel. in-
it the Hebrew Acad-
emy's h
tea :hing for the
'-.!. als > been recomnu
by th.- Jewish Agency's Exchange
r.t.
Law Firm Changes Name
Th" Irving >>')<'n law office will
continue the general practice ol
law undar the ni-w firm name of
Cypen and Nevins, i* h.-is been an-
nounced. Members of i hi- firm, lo-
cated at 829 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
will include Irving Cypen, Arnold
Nevim, Harry L. Cypen, Stephen
H. Cypen, C. B. Kntekern, Jr.,
Cyrus A. Xi-nmnn I.lo.il II Ro 8,
Friday. September 4, 1970
Harris J. Buchbindef and Martin
A. Smith. Th" firm's Miami office
n in the ('on.oid Building.
IPS A FACT Rainfnll in Israel
varies from an annual fa!! of 40
inehea in th<> North to one inch in
Etlat, Israel's southern port. Ram
falls only In the winter months.
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of
the Southeast Region, Uniled
Synagogue cf America, has re-
ceived a Ph.D. degree in Psy-
chology from the University of
Miami. The training received by
Rabbi Rutchik, believed to be
(he first rabbi ever awarded a
doctoral degree by the univer-
sity, qualifies him as a clinical
psychologist.
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Friday. September 4. 1970
*>Jm Isti ficrkUaif}
age 7-E
i'i 1,11 ii i itvti i
!
. ^/ibout f^coplc and f^laccs .
soM! \Ki: HBBK AND SOME ARE TIIEKK
Claire and F*liil Hayden were off on a era
,h good food, pood entertainment, good Her-
and great bargains. They're having a fine
time they wrote. -Must be a Nassau cruise; the
stamps were from the good of U.S.A.
Florence Kuppaman'fl having a ball in New
York. Took off to visit the new ORT office in
New York and saw her name on the "Wall of
Recognition." Her name doesn't have to be on a
wall here in Miamieveryone recognizes Flor-
ence's name. She met Isabel Grove and they
went to ** tn I>lav "Hutterflies arc Free."
Hy and Helen Kaplan love featherbed* In
Stockholm, they say. Oh. by the way. Stockholm
is where Esther Rubin broke her toe when she
was on a tour with her husband. Donald. He
said the broken toe didn't keep her from doing
anything anybody else did. For the first time,
however, she didn't write any cards. (But she
can't blame that on a broken toe!)
The traveling Roguns, Irv and Alice, wer^ in
Atlantic City walking the boardwalk while every-
one celebrated its 100th anniversary. They were
celebrating their third wedding anniversary by
gadding about as usual.
Jack and Evelyn Silverman (the New York
teachers who spend their summers in Miami t
weren't in Miami this summer. They went 'o
Europe, where they bumped into Virginia (Mrs.
Harry I Orleans and her daughter Doris in Venice.
They ate lunch and dinner together or rather
they talked through lunch and dinner together.
Jack and Ev said that so far the trip had been
superlative. Even the heat was the greatest and
the besta person could fry! Their card was
mailed from Dubrovnuk, Yugoslavia.
A tilFT TOC.KTHER
Carolvn (Mrs. Jesse! Rose has the loveliest
get-togethers. She always invites people you like
and haven't seen for a long time. Seated around
Hi round table in Felix Young's Sea Coast East
Restaurant were Mrs. David Levy, Mrs. Morton
Greeribaum, Mrs. Joseph Lang. M -. Aarhi K .
M Eunic Hoffberger, Mrs. Ren Zlon Gimburg,
M s, Donald Rubin and Mrs. Hyman Char i
Bei ly Charncy, her husband and her mother have
dlded to make Miami Coach their home. Betty's
mother. Mrs. Ida Robinson has a bobby. Some
hobby! She makes eholla every week. I am go-
ing to take my mother over to visit her; m
it will give her some ideas.
THE FREDAS (ANASTA GAME
This Friday it was Mrs. Murray I-eff's turn
to entertain the caul club. She took them to Sea
Coast East and their lunch looked very fancy.
Afterward, they went into the card room to play.
Guaats included Mrs. Muriel Ginamdas, Mrs,
Bernard Birkhahn, Mrs. Bluma Aljx'r. Airs. Sam-
uel Meisolman. Mrs. Solomon Goldberg, Mrs.
William Schneider, Mrs. Helen Cohen, it was hard
to tell which they liked best, luncheon or the
canasta games.
60.000 PEOPLE WERE HOWLING
Howling at the Dolphins or for them, I never
did find out which, were 60,000 people, includ-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lawford, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Zalka,
Henry and Betty Kram, Oz and Phyllis and Kar-
on, Arthur and Beverly Hornreieh and Mr.
Henry and Betty Kram, Oz and Phyllis Kar-
Marka.
Fausing lor breath between sets at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club are Boo Snow, Shirley Few and Caryl Lubow
of Miami, and Bea Jaffe of Kendall. Members give the Kings
Bay courts a good going-over every day.
We wish to express our sincere appreciation
for the outpouring of sympathy conveyed
to us upon the tragic loss of our dear Debra.
MR. and MRS. EMANUEL PUSHKIN
and FAMILY
AT THE JOCKEY CLUB
The food is good and the atmosphere Is most jj
pleasant. Lloyd and Ileenc Ruskin were there
with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rothfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Friedman, Dr. and Mrs. Leon Green and
Astronaut Gordon Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. Barry
Melselman and Aaron and Myra Farr.
Sidney and Esther Schwartz weren't there,
but they should have been. While visiting their
children and grandchildren in Chicago, Sidney
broke three of his ribs. Maybe Esther will trade
him Cor the grandchildren?
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Friday, September 4, 19~
lA'edding J^jclls hting J-or J licsc Jjridi
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MIS. MrtOH B. COHtH
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MRS. LAWKttKt C. HCLLK1HG

Adelman-Rosenlhal
The Algiers Hotel was the scene
i '. noon ceremonies conducted by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Sunday.
Aug. 30, making iMichele Gay Ros
' nthal and Harrin Adelman hus-
I ;.nd and wife.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rosenthal, 894 80th St.,
Miami Beach. th> new Mrs. Adel-
man graduated from Miami Beach
High School and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and is presently major-
ing in Elementary Education at
Florida Atlantic University, where
*hc expects to graduate in June.
Her husband, a graduate of Miami
Coral Park and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College, is in the U.S. Army. '
*. here he is serving in the security j
M ction.
The bride's sister, Susan Rosen- |
thai, served as her maid of honor, i
Thr groom was attended by Mike !
J per, best man.
Cohen-Glasberg
Dr. Myron Benjamin Cohen and |
bis bride, the former Tina Beth
C-Jasbcrg. are on a three-week tour j
i.i England. France. Switzerland I
and Italy following their marriage
Sunday, Aug. .'50, in the Algiers
1 tel. The double-ring ceremony,
which took place at noon, was per-
I ,rrm d by Rabbi Max Shapiro of
L(th Kodcsh Congregation.
The daughter of .Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Glasberg. 631 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, has been a
teacher in the public school sys-
tems of New York City and Oak-
: land. Calif. She graduated from
Samuel J. Tilden High School in
Brooklyn, N.Y., received her B.A.
degree in Education from Brook-
lyn College and earned her Master
<.f Education at the University of
Miami Graduate School.
Dr. Cohen, the son of Mrs. Lillic
; Cohen, 1100 West Ave.. Miami
Beach, and the late I-co S. Cohen,
graduated from Miami Senior
High School and attended the Uni-
I versity of Florida. He spent two
years at Foi t Jackson, S.C., as a
captain in the U.S. Army after his
graduation from dental school at
'he University of Detroit, Mich.
He is a member of Alpha Omega
r'cntal fraternity, Miami Beach
Denial Society, the Florida Dental
Association and the American
Dental Association.
The new Mrs. Cohen selected an
A-line gown of peau de soie with
bodice of Alt-neon lace for her
wedding. The scalloped edgir.^ on
neckline and cap sleeves was re-
peated on the lace-trimmed hem-
dne. Her headpiece, fashioned of
organdy rosettes, silk flowers and
seed ptarls, held a five-tier veil of
bouffant silk illusion.
The bridal party included the
groom's sister, Mrs. Diane Golin.
matron of honor; his brother-in-
law, Norman Golin. who served as
; best man, and the couple's nieces,
Elissa Susan Golin and Ilene Pen-
I r.y Abrams. flower girls.
Dr. and Mrs. Cohen plan to
make North Miami their home.
Kohn-Levy
Einda Rcnee Levy and
Neal
lines. The bodice was embellishel
with iridescent sequins and seed
pearls, its skirt was softly-draped.
K'^r vail was a rcembroidered
Alencon lace mantilla.
Bridal attendants were Sharon >
Jamison, maid of honor; Leannei ,
Brown and Marcia Hellring. a sis- jt,lans 1,s annual membership affair,
tor of the groom, were brides- at skv ^^ Country Club, 750
maids. Franklin Bell served as' NK 1S5,h St., at 8 p.n-.. Tuesday.
Biscayne Chapter AMCD
Membership Event Set
Biscayne Chapter of the Am-vi-
can Medical Center at Denw
Kohn exchanged their vows be- j b kj dnd, AJ1 present and prospective new
'ore Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on ,, 7. .. ,
Saturday. Aug 29. at the Eden j ^ Lnz*r WCre "f^,, ,J ^"'bt'rs art''"^ted to h,.p laurch
Roc Hotel. The 8:30 p.m. rites AHer a honeymood m Italy the another successful year of fur.d
were followed by a reception in | ne"fwods W1" makc tne,r homci raising for the national hospital
the hotel's Cotillion Room. ,n M!amj-__________________fr cancer treatment and research.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rindom, president,
Mrs. Victor A. Levy, 1800 Cleve- Adler-Plotkm \ w)| dJacUM the many activities
land Rd.. Miami Beach, graduated Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi which are Planned for the comin-
war. An entertaining an-i informa-
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freshments wftl ho served. The
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if Medical Technology. She is em- -eremonv in Temple Emanu-El
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MRS. DAVID BERCUSON
MRS. ARTHUR I. PKtUSS
MRS. REX H. THOMPSON
MRS. STUART WEIDENEEID
MRS. MICHAEL SILVERMAN
Silverman-Steinberg
Donna Steinberg became the
bride of Michael Silverman in 6:30
r.m. ceremonies conducted by
Jiabbi Ralph Glixman at the Plaza
Hotel Sunday, Aug. 30.
The bride, who received her dc-
eTCC in Social Studies from Flor-
0a Atlantic University, is the
daughter cf Mrs. Florence Stein-
berg, 3611 NW 3rd St.. and the
late Fred Steinberg. Her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
SiK( rman, "60 SW 2lst Rd.. at-
tended the University of Miami.
The new Mrs. Silverman chose a
candlelight silk-faced peau de soic
gown with A-line demi-skirt flow-
ing into an attached Watcau train.
Tin bodice was fashioned with a
svooped neck and double Juliet
i i eves of reembroidered Alencon
lac trimmed with baroque and
ctd pearls. Her headpiece was in
Anne Boleyn style.
The bride's cousin, Larry Cohen,
accompanied her down the aisle;
i was her matron of honor and her
maid of honor was Elaine Burak.
Her cousin, Srjarlene Cohen served
as bridesmaid; her niece, Carolyn
Chabrow. and the groom's niece,
Alyse Korn, were flower girls.
The groom, who wore his grand-
lather's gold yarmulke, was at-
tended by Michael Klein, best
man, the bride's brother-in-law.
Fc nn Chabrow. and Fred Bernard.
The couple will live at 5220 NW
"iih St. when they return from a
loneymoon in Mexico City.
Bercuson- Weksler
Maria June Weksler and David
Bercuson were married on Satur-
day Aug. 29, in a double-ring cere-
mony at the Doral Country Club.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offici-
ated.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard B. Weksler, 435
Luenga Avenue, Coral Gables,
graduated with honors from Coral
Gables High School, and attends
the University of Florida.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Bercuson, 300 Bayview Dr.,
North Miami Beach, graduated
from North Miami High School,
and Tulane University, where lie
received his degree in Political
Science. He is now enrolled at the
University ot Florida Law School.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Mrs. Ronni Bermont. matron
of honor: Phyllis Nash, maid of
honor, and Maxine Weksler and
Barbara Aberman bridesmaids. The
groom's brother, Don Bercusm.
was best man. Groomsmen in-
cluded Leslie Barnett, Steven
; Goldstein, and Peter Bermont.
After a honcymood in Acapulco
and Mexico City, the couple will
live in Gainesville while they con-
tinue their education.
At the Sheraton-Tel Aviv
you'll be on the beach overlook-
ing the blue Mediterranean. But
you'll only be minutes away from
the downtown business district.
And right in the hotel there's a
great health club and gymna-
sium. As well as an art gallery.
The Sheraton-Tel Aviv now
has 220 rooms, with 136 new twin
doubles available in November
1970. And there are restaurants,
lounges, and nightclubs all within
the hotel. Kosher and Continental
Cuisine. Tel Aviv's most popular
hotel.
For reservations call your
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Weidenfeld-Seidner
Rabbi Maxwell Berger officiated
I at 6 p.m. ceremonies in Temple
; Zamora Sunday. Aug. 30, during
i which Lynda Lee Seidner became
Mrs. Stuart Wcidcnfeld.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Seidner, 5400 SW 97th
Ct.. is a graduate of Southwest
Senior High School. Her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Weidenfeld, 2779 SW 29th Ave..
graduated from Abraham Clark
High School. Roselle. N.J., and
Miami-Dado Junior College. He
has attended the University of
South Florida in Tampa, and will
be enrolled at Florida Atlantic
University, Boca Raton, this fall.
The bride's white lace gown had
a satin train; her matching lace
headpiece held a veil of French
illusion, and she carried a bouquet
of white carnations and stepha-
notis. She was attended by her
sisters, Mrs. Gloria Yzenas. ma-
tron of honor, and Robin Seidner,
fiowcr girl. The groom's father
served as his best man; ushers
were the bride's cousins, Alan and
Barry Seidner.
After a two-week honeymoon
tour of Florida, the couple will be
at home in Boca Raton.
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Preuss-lAinders
Diane Joy Landers, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Landers,
7150 SW 136th St.. and Arthur
Jay Preuss. the sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Preuss of 6421 SW
63rd Ter., were united in marriage
Saturday, Aug. 29, in ceremonies
held in the Algiers Hotel.
The bride, a graduate of South-
west High School, has been a stu-
dent at Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
lege. Her husband is a graduate
of Coral Gables High School and
the University of Miami.
The bridal party included Robin
Sue Landers, maid of honor; Mrs.
Michelle Zuckcrman, matron of
honor; Joan Preuss, Ronnie Preuss,
Nancy Bram and Dcbra Green,
bridesmaids; Mindy Preuss, junior
bridesmaid, Jody Bcrent, flower
girl; Scott Landers, ring-bearer;
Daniel Preuss, best man, and Phil
Schicnberg, Ira Zuckerman, Rob-
ert Shaw, Michael Jackson and
Steve Berlin, ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Preuss will spend
their honeymoon in Puerto Rico.
News Columnist Speaker
At Beacon Unit Luncheon
Miami News columnist Jack
Roberts is scheduled to speak at
the luncheon meeting of Beacon
Cancer Unit of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute in the
Paris Restaurant, .144th Street and
Biscayne Boulevard, at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday. Sept. 10.
All interested persons are wel-
come to attend the luncheon meet-
ings held monthly by the group.
Officers include Mrs. Ivan Kaplin.
president; Mrs. Jack Austin, Mrs.
Bernard Yaffee, Mrs. David Gliek-
man, Mrs. Judy Loft. Mrs. Julius
Siegcl, Mrs. Martin Donon. Mrs.
Casper Corseri, Mrs. Herman
Hammer and Mrs. Harry Menter.
Hurricanes To Be Topic
The National Hurricane Center
will present a program of movies
and slides relating to "hurricane
detection and forecasting" for
members of Miracle Lodge No. 321
F. & A. M. Wednesday, at 9:00
p.m. in the Masonic Temple. 2875
McFarlane Rd. Coconut Grove.
Wor. Master Dr. Seymour J. Gard-
ner has announced. Mr. Arnold
Sugg, Deputy Director of the Cen-
ter, will conduct the discussion anl
answer questions from the group.
Thompson-Hertz
New York City will be home for
Sharon Leslie Hertz and her hus-
band, Rex Henry Thompson, who
repeated their vows at the Stvillc
Hr.tcl Sunday, Aug. 30. The after-
noon cert-monies were followed by
a reception at the hotel.
A high school teacher in Dade
County's public school system, the
bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Hertz, 5720 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach, attended the University of
Florida after graduation from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School,
and received her degree from the
University of Miami. Her husband,
the son of Mrs. Diana Thompson
of New York City, was educated
in New York City schools, gradu-
ating summa cum laude from Co-
lumbia University. An actor, he is
well known in televisirn, stage
and motion picture circles.
The bride's floor-length Juliet-
stvle gown of candlelight silk or-
ganza featured a pcarl-encnisted
i satin bodice, a high pearl neck-
i line and full bishop sleeves in the
I three-quarter length. Her beaded
i headband held a triple tiered veil
I of French illusion, and she carried
t a bouquet of stephanotis. daisy
! pompons, yellow roses and baby's
| breath. Her only attendant was
Mrs. Stephen Hertz. Vaughn Low-
ther served as the groom's best
man.
Mrs. Cohen Instructor
Of MHS Hebrew Course
A beginning and intermediate
accredited course in Modern He-
brew will be taught at the Miami
Senior High Adult Education Cen-
ter. 2450 SW 1st St., starting
Wednesday. The class will meet on
Mondays and Wednesdays of each
week from 7 to 10 p.m. Students
many register from 2 to 9:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
The teacher will be Mrs. Sarah
Cohen, a native of Poland who
graduated from Beth Yakov Semi-
nary in Bialystok. Mrs. Cohen,
who has received the Hebrew Uni-
versity (Jerusalem) Certificate and
| is licensed by the Bureau of Jew-
j 'sh Education to teach Hebrew, is
also certified by the State Depart-
ment of Education in Tallahasset*
to teach Hebrew in the public
schools of Florida.
Mizrachi Chapter Meets
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meeting Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
1234 Washington Ave., its presi-
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The Morton Towers Group of Hadassah lead-
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Weinick, leadership training chairman, Mrs.
Freida Tcbey, Mrs. Ann Zuckerman, Mrs.
Bea Frohman and Mrs. Sol Dane. Mrs. Ra-
chel Brody, Mrs. Albert Hurschmann, the
group's president, Mrs. Toby Schachter, Mrs.
Claudia Schwartz, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, Mrs.
Joseph Egana and Mrs. Morris I. Minov are
standing.
JWV Ladies Elected To National Posts At 43rd Convention
During the recent -13rd annual
national convention of the Ladies
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans of
the U.S.A.. in Atlanta. Ga.. several
ii.'al JWV*A leaders were elected
to national office and the Depart-
ment of Florida was awarded a
number of national trophies and
citations, it has been anounced.
Mrs. Max Kern of Miami Beach
Sky Lake B.B. Chapter
Resuming Its Activities
Sky Lake Chapter 1338. B'naJ
B'ritrj Women, will hold ils first
meeting of th.' 1970-1971 season
;it Temple Ad.ith Yeshurun, 1023
N E. Miami Gardens Dr., Tuesday
at 12:30 p.m. Hilda Rosenbaum.
program chairman, has arranged
for a quiz show, which is being
s|X>risored by First Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association.
The chapter has also scheduled
;. card party, complete with prizes,
bagels, lox, cream cheese, coffei
and Danish Saturday, Sept. 26, at
: the Washington Federal,
in is serving as chair-
vent; Hilda Rosen -
Gai lis are C0-
, was unanimously elected senior
rice president of the national vol-
; Untary service organization, which
has more than 300 units through-
< out the United States. Mrs. Max
I LcVine of Miami Beach was named
i to serve on its Budget Committee,
jand Mrs. Al Freeman of Halian-
dale, a past national president,
was reflected national judge ad-
vocate. Another Floridian, Mrs.
Ben Haberman of Sarasota. who
has also served as national presi-
dent, was elected to the Personnel
Committe.
Mrs. Justine Abramowitz. presi-
dent of the state auxiliary, who
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held by the membership chairmen
and presidents of the eight Dade
County area auxiliaries in the
North Miami home of Mrs. Sidney
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Department of Florida ladies aux-
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Local auxiliaries will be com-
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the largest membership gain. The
close relatives of Jewish war vet-
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Youth Challenged To Fight Anti-Israel Propaganda
LIGHT, Pa., (JTAi An
I Israel official has challenged Anwr-
',,. jewigh college youth to com-
i j,.,, nntl-Israel propaganda on tn
much of it old anti-
ln new dress."
Yogar, Consul General of
N ., Philadelphia) who said
lh i, propaganda was being
,i,. ii atod at colleges and uni-
versitiw across the country by
pio-Ai and certain radical
as addressing 223 stu-
I (l, : the B'nal B'rith HIllol
,. m's annllal summer insti-
1n. ... 'amp B'nai B'rith here.
He claimed that anti-Israel prop-
aganda had grown In vehemence
and scop.' since the 1987 Slx-Duj
War and that it constitutes a dan-
ger to Ixjth the interests of [sra 1
and those of the Jewish people.
The language used by pro-Arabs
I at universities borrows largely
' from classical anti-Semitism only
i replacing the word "Jew" with the
word "Zionist," the Consul General
said.
At Camp B'nai B'rith a week-
long llillel workeirap on Israel and
American Jewry has been formu-
lating programs to counter anti-
All-Israel Show To
Highlight Reception
nil-Israel entoi tainment
Ish >.. produced by Temple Em mu-
Ij-.t- musical director Shmuel For-
sh and featuring Miss Israel o'
is will highlight the Sept. L0
free ption at the Fontainebleau
honoring South Florida visitors l
ihe Stafe ol Israel.
/iii i li iSammy i Yariv. who
hogetlvr with Dahlia, the Miss
(Israel who reigned during the
Six-P War, was a member of
the famed .Shalom Trio, also will
perform at the community-wide
[gathering. The talented guitarist
conducts his own radio show Sun-
day over WBUS-FM
Reservations are required to
the evening function, slated to &.
Undi '''.ay Thursday at 8 p.m. They
may he abtained at the Histadnii
hi One Lincoln Road Building
c sponsors of the reception arr-l
thi Israel Government Tourist Of
fiee, El Al Airlines and the Aroerl-
fean l id Histadrut Foundation
Amram Zur, Israel's Minister of
rouri 01 for North America, and
[Jacob Goren, Southeastern re-
fgional director of the Israel Gov
errunout Tourist Office, will join
Othl r Men-ranking tourist officials
in extending greetings.
Tiny will ,|oin Dr. Leon Kronish,
rabbi of Temple Beth Sholom an'-,
national board chairman of thei
EUstadrnt Foundation, in present-
ing certificates printed in Jeru-
salem certifying that individual?
have v.sited Israel.
Elchanan Segal, El Al rcgiona1
director, an.I .in El Al hostess
veiling ilv Israel national air-
line's nines: outfit, will share the
spotlight with a new. short film
on Israel.
Mr. FOTshkO, a graduate of the
Conservatory of Music in War-
saw and ih" Academy in Jeru-
salem, is the former musical di-
rector ni Kol Israel "Voice of
Israel', the Israel Broadcasting
System.
Dr. Mlehael Sossin. Histadrut
president, and Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro. Miami Beach attorney
who headed the Histadrut delega-
tion to Israel in 1970, will serve
as co-chairman of the event.
The executive heads of the State
of Israel Bonds and United Jewish
Appeal organizations in Greaier
Miami will join in the salute to
the hundreds of South Fluid ..';
who have \ Isited Israel in spite
of lh" Middle Fast crisis.
Also to he announced it Thurs-
dav night's reception, which will
include refreshments, will Ik> de-
tails of a new, Miami-Tel Aviv-
Miami package tour via Fl Al.
Among special guests expected
to attend are Moshe GHboa, Con-
sul General of the State of Isri el:
Michael Katz Jewish Agenev rep-
resentative for Florida: Edward
Tumarofl. Histadrut state direc-
tor: and the presidents uf many
major Florida travel agencies.
Israel propaganda when the sM-
dont.s return to their campuses
next month. Rabbi Samuel Ki-ii-
man. of Washington, D.C., HiHei's
director of Israel and community
al fairs, said the problem was c
plicated by th:- need to d'stin-
guish between "attitudes on Israeli
liascd ideology and those which
reflect partial or distorted Infor-
mation on the Mideast c inflicl "
, "Jewish students musl a'so .:
velop programs thai : i^ above :a"
oropaganda stnw^'e in o-der to
create an atmosphere thai is re-
cepttvc to a,, i......ascd presenta-
tion of where Israel s'anis t day
and whit are it-; h ::.'s and gOd*.S
for 'he future." he said.
It was also ann tuncc I stn-
dent leaders in B'nai B'rith Hill i
Foundation will, for the fi si Hrr.e
ihis fall, organize iv'sh srj'ips
and activities on neighboring col-
lege campus 's where little or ;i
Jewish programming ex'sts. The
student leodTS v. ill also meel
.vilh clinics of Jewish high SChoo: I
seniors to inf trm them of oirnr-
tunities for Jewish oxrc fences in
BOllegC life, and assist Hillel direc-
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uses where the sin lent-r-hbi ratio
is often several Ihoiwoid lo "lie
in reaching non-afl'Mi ii d Stu-
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groups on Issues of common inter-
est
These projects were presented
. by Rabbi Benjamin M. ICahn, HI1-
1 lei's national director. Their pur-l
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to extending Hillel's service lo
large numbers of Jewish youth,
lo spur initiative and responsibility
i in creating and mini"
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help alleviate the pressure from
: more than .">00 colleges and nnV.' -
i sltles thai have requested Hillel's
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i
i will he invited to attend regional;
and national Hillel institutes and'
Utilization of graduale and ur,-
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school clinics will hi' arrang d
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Friday, September 4. 1373

STEVEN HOBVITZ
Steven Alan, the s>n of Mr. and
Mrs. I.eon Harvitz of Miami Beach,
anil grandson of Mr. and Mrs. .Sim
Grayson will become a Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Menorah Saturday,
!"- > "-0" > ook)| Bfayei
Abramowitz will officiate.
Steven is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior H:gn
School where he plays trumpet ir
the school band. He will be h>n-
ored at the Kiddush following the
services, and a reception and din-
ner will be held at the Algiers
Hotel Saturday evening in hono-
>>f the occasion.
Out of town guests are Mr.
and Mr:;. Harry Stutsky, their son
Norman Stutsky, and Dr. B.irrj
Levy,
SANFORD HORWITZ
Saturday morning, Sept. 3. San-
ford Bernard, tii" son of Dr. .111.!
Mr.s. Michael L. Horwitz, of 1510
N. Mi''his;:in Ave., Miami Be ich,
vill l- Bar Mitzvah at Templi
Net Tamid.
Sanford, a student at Nauti'iu
Junior High School and Ner T n
Religious School, plays the trom-
bone and organ.
a Kiddush will follow the ser-
vices, and a recepti in in Sanford s
h 11 or will lie held Saturday ni^lit
at the Sevil'e Hotel. Out of town
guests will include Mrs. Samu 1
Horwitz, his paternal grandmother
from Los Angeles, Calif.; his aunt
Mrs. Saul Levy, Los Angeles, Calif.:
Mrs Al Lewis, his great-aunt. ,ni
Mrs Harry Grondek, his great-
great aunt, from Chicago, PL, and
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Horwitz, his
aunt and uncle from Los An
Calif.
* *
RONALD WKINTRAVB
Ronald Jay, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard B. Welntraub, wil'
I i one Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zion Saturday morning, S pi. 5
'.\:l'i Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
: eating and Cantor Richard S.
Br wriy chaining the lit >
An eighth grade student at South 1
Miami Junior High School. Ronald
plays basketball for the City of
South Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Welntraub will host
he Kiddush following the servl
and a reception at their horn"
hoi oring Ronald Saturday evenin?.
Among the honored guests Will
k> his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Sol I. Cohen and Mrs. Fay Wein-
ra no.
STEVEN SINGER
Steven Marshal, the son of Mr.
jnd Mrs. David Singer, will be-
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Norman N. Shapiro will offi:a'o
and Canto- R'crnrd S. Browdy
will chant the liturgy.
St"Vn. ',lo is in ,,'-, p:~Mt>
grade at Palmetto Junior High
School, plays football for the S"ni-
'and Optim;sts Club. Mr. and Mrs.
Sin-er v-11 host the K^-t-sh fol-
lowing the services in their son's
honor. Among the ho-->!"d guests
will N his grandmoth"'s Mrs
Sadie Singer and Mrs. Katherinc
Goldstein.
itonifiBT siNcrea
Robert, the son of Mr. and M
Edward Singer, will b?come Bar
ilttzvah on Saturday, S?pt. ii at
Y >ung Israel of G'eater Miami
vith Rabbi Naftal Ponish offici-
ating
Mr. i-i' Mrs. S'n^er will sponsor
he I-i Idush foil 1 vin the a
vices for the congregation, f*m'.lv
an i i' lends. Th -re will .'-0 b~
open h tor f-ien1s and family
Saturday evening at their home.
BURTON SIMMs
Burton Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Simms, S730 SW 52nd
St., will become B->r M't/vah Sai-
ird 11 morning, Sept. 5, at Tem-
ple Or Olom.
An eighth grade student at
Glades High School, Burton plays
the trumpet in tvs school's band.
He has won bowling trophies in
the Batan Leigue at Bird Bowl.
Mr. and Mrs. Simms will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the'
Friday niht services, the Kid-
dush in the Temple after the
ceremonies, and a reception a:ul.
dinner Saturday evening in their
son's honor.
Among the guests will be Bur-:
ton's aunts, uncles and cousins
Mr. and Mrs. David M IZ0 and
iors Ted and Jeff: Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Berkowitz, Mr. Bernard
Simms, Boris Mazo end Miss Lib-
bye Mazo.
I'HII.IS HERSKOWITZ
Phllis Ruth, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Herekowitz, 4991
SW frith PL. will become a Bat
Mitzvah Fi Iday ev nin, Sept. 1.
at Beth David Congregation.
The celebrant, an eighth grade
student at South Miami Junior
High Sehoo". is in Hebrew gra le 6
M Beth David's religious sch ><.l.
An "A" stud< m. she plays piano
and guitar, and has been a mem- '
ber of }',* th David's Junior Choir
five y< ars.
Mr. and Mrs. Horskowltz will
host a t ceptiotl m Spi ctor Hall in
honor of the occasion.
Philis Herskowitz Steven Horvit*
I i'.DA ..'EINSTEIN
Linda, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Danu-1 Weinstein. 18020 Nl-i
9th PL. North Miami Beach. wM|
elebrate her Bat Mitzvah at Beth
'1'orah Congregation Friday eve-
ning, Sept. 4.
Linda, a member of the ore-
confirmation Hebrew class at Beth
Torah, belongs to its L'.S.Y. group.
She attends John F. K- tiP'dv T1-
lor Hitrh School, where she is in
the eighth grade.
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SOTICe BY PUBLICATION
N ThE circuit court of the
e_s :nih judicial circuit
; Florida in and for
;ounty. IN chancery,
No. 70-15338
SJIT for divorce
i. 8JX1TH,
r. iff,
LEtiAl I 0T1CE
1'.
s,
i:\E SMITH.
GENE SMITH. SP-6
H 1*0
Co i;ii Mi. Bn.
San Francisco, 96358
You, El'OENE smith, are here-
> iilii that a Hill of Comolalni
for I'lvorce has i.e. o riled against
^"v 'i ,.u are required i<> aerve .i
cop ol your Answer or Pleading, to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MICHAEL J. sn.VKIt-
BT -.. 120 Lincoln Road. Miami
I Florida 331S!) and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the office
Of tin- Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or
before Ihe "ih day of October, 1970.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken agalnnt you for the
relit f demanded in the Bill of com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
I" INK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September,
a. 11 1970.
E It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv Florida
By: C. P. COFEIAND
,, Deputy Cleik
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL j. SILVERSTEIN
420 Lincoln Road
Ulan Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
____ .________________9/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-15976
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter ?0722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 254
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
NATHANIEL \V. sikcki. holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No 8006
Issued tin 1st day of June, ad. 1967,
has filed same In my office, and haa
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
bra ,k the following described prop-
erty in the County i" Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
I ott l" a- ll Block 2, Roosevelt
Talk, pint Book :i Page 80 In the
County of Dade, state of Florida.
The assessment of said property
un'li r the said certificate was in the
name of: Mabel Wilson,
Unless said certificate shall be re-
ilei metl according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of October. 1970, which
is the ",th day of October, 1970.
Dated this Slat day of August, 1970.
E. II. LEATHEKMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County.
Florida.
By P F. (JI'l.DSTKAND. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
I/4-11-18-2S
CH VR1 IE HUDGE,
I Miff,
I
COBBIE HUDGB,

TO COHBIE HI'DOE
,:' d.....e unknown
;,';". iBBIE HUDGB, are hereby
lhal a Hill ,,t Complaint for
haa been filed againal you,
and y(.u an- required to serve a copy
11 \.n tver or Pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs
''. v. Merrill, LAMB 801-
,"' de Federal Building. Miami.
1 ', .....I file the original Answer
'"' ', 8 in the office of the Clerk
ol the t Ircult Court on or before the
2nd day of October, WO. if you rail
to Hi, m>, luilament by default will be
ta*< n against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hiii r Complaint
nils notice shall be published once
' -]',,.." f"r f"r eon-eeiitlve weeks
niTHKIKvvlSH Fl .< .HI I.IAN.
IX'NE AND OKDKRKD at Miami.
l70 2nd day of Se,,t- AD-
,ir J. ',' ''-"HERMAN'. Clerk.
iresnt t ourt. Hade County. Florida
By: MARCI'KRITB KENT
oi ., Deputy Clerk
it Ireutt Court Seal)
JSFSFii.1 lAMn-ESQ-
1-805 l'ade Federal Bldg.
Miami. Florida, 33130 FR-91414
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 69 A 1822
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BEN BUSKIN holder of Cou.ity Tax
Sale Certificate No. 3939 issued the
1st day of June, A.D. 1960, has filed
same In my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to lie issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property In
the County Of Dade, State Of Florida.
to-wlt:
I m 19 & '-'0 ft Strip In Bay ailj
Block 1. Hibiscus Island. Plat
Book s Page "."> in the County Of
Datle. State of Floi Ida.
This deed will be issued sui'jeet to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of .Miami Beaeii taxes and liens.
The assessment of said propert)
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Ag tes I alrd,
Unless said certificate shall be re-
di i i,i d an ordlng to law. nit prop-
erty described herein will bt sold to
the highest bidder for cash al the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of I Ictober, 1970, which
is the ".tii day of October, 1970.
Hat,,; this Sli day ol Autrust, 1970.
i: B, I EATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Conn, Dade county.
Florida.
By p F Gl i 1 iSTRAND, 1' C.
(Circuit Coui t Seal i
9/4-11 -1 s-jr.
LEGAL r 9T.CI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15885
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KENNETH CARVER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
REBECCA H CARVER,
Defendant.
TO REBECCA B CARVER
Tie- Kershaw l Irh *
Belvedere, South Carol! is
You. REBECCA B CARVER, are
hereby notified thai n Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
.-. n e a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. JACK L.
HBRSKOWITZ, of HER8KOWITZ
and GROSSMAN, 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite tins. Miami Beach. Florida 831S9
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing ill the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of October. 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
In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September
AD. 1970.
E B. I.EATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
JACK L. HBRSKOWITZ
Herskowitz and Grossma'n
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 801
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
9/4-11-1S-^S
aval no I lit
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-14982
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MELVEEN HARKELL ANTHONY,
Plaintiff,
VS.
IIZELL ANTHONY.
Deft ti.la.it.
T.....ZEI.I. ANTHONY
Residence Unknov n
You. OZELL ANTHONY, are here-
by ...rifled that a Bill of C. mDlnlnt
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to -.IV. ,i cony
. i your Answet or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. WOLFSON, DIAMOND *
HARRINGTON, I'A 4"7 Lincoln Road,
Suit. 9G, Miami Be.oh. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day of
October, 1270. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published OVMM
each week for four consecutive wetk.s
m THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
IKiNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September
A.D. 1970.
E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
WOLFSON. DIAMOND &
HARRINGTON. PA.
John R. Harrington
4(.7 Lincoln Road, Suite 9G
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9 '4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3075
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE ro&rtEDITORS
III RE: Bstnti of ~
BARNEY HODES,
Deceased. ""^
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Cla m- or Demands Against siald
Estate:
You at< hereb) notified and required
to present any claims and demands
vhlch vo.i rnav i ave against the es-
tate of BARNEY HODES deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
nrovlded in Section 732.16, Florida
statutes, in their offices iii 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 bo barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
da) of September, AH 1970.
JIDITH (iOI.DBERO
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 4ih day of September. 1970.
SIMON. HAYS & GRUNDBERG
Ai'omevs fo-Estate
301 Alnsley Bldg.,
Miami. Fla. 33132
9/4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY I.MOSKOWITZ. D.O. at 11347
S. Dixie Highway. Miami, Florida In-
t. mis to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY L. M08KOWITZ, P. A.
EUGENE LE.MI.1CH
Attorney for Applicant
2720 W. Flakier St.
Miami. Fla.
1/4-11-18-28
I il.erty
iii the
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 207??A.-s of 1941
File 70 A 246
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NATHANIEL W. SIEGEL holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No, S*29
Issued the isi day of June, A.D 1967,
has filed same ill my office, and has
mad, application for a tax deed to bo
Issued thereon Bald Certificate em-
braces the follow.ag described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, state of
Florida, to-wlt:
tats 22 City, Plat Book 7 Page 7!l
Count] of Had.. State ol Florida
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
i,am. of: B, B King .\ w Ella Mae,
Cnlcss said certificate shall bt re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of October, 1970, which
la the '.th day ol I ictober, 1970,
Dated this nisi day of August. 1970,
i: It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County,
Florida.
By p F aULDSTRAND, D.C,
(Circuit Court Seal)
9'4-11-lS-2ri
QI'OTABLK QUOTEr?
"If you were here 'vit'i mo
making this trip in the Beit She'an
Vallev, seoinp; the spirit of thes,-
people, believe me, no wort's wo'iH
be necessary. It is difficult to bo
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 207'" Ar* of 1941
Filr 70 A S70
NO.....'': is HEREBY GIVEN thai
THEODORA I AZARl'S holder of
County Tax sale Certificate No 91*"
issue.' the 1st day of June, A D I9M,
has filed same In mv office, and he*
made Rnniiratlon n '.....' to he
Issued thereon Said Certificate em-
braces the following property In the
County of Dade. Slate of Florida, to-
wit:
Lot ii Block ". Lincoln City Sec
A. Plat Book 16 Pace 88. Section
is. Township 56 South, Range I"
Bast, containing 17 acres more
or less, in the County > Stale of Florida.
-. ",.>.' -I'd o.'......".
under the said certificate was in the
name of: John n Thompson.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop
eriy described herein will be sold to
ihe highest bidder for cash at the
i'oi.-'iioio .loo,- n the fo--' \lodnv
In the month of October. 1870, which
is the Mil day of October. 1970.
Hated this lllsl day of August. 197i>.
E B I EATHBRMAN.
ci.rk ,.f Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida
By P F GUI DSTRAND, D.C
(Circuit Court Stall
:. 4-11-18-2
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ashamed that one does not remain
among them and live with them."
Go'di Meir, P.-Jme Sinister of
Israel.
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P?f>ple
wriie to:
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Friday, September 4
197Q
Political Races 'Personality Contests9
NOT ISSUE ORIENTED BATTLES
Incumbants and aspirants alike opened up with all of their
campaign artillery this weekend as Tuesday's Democratic and
Republican piimary elections approached in both state and
county contests. Voter apathy continued however, and most
races appeared to be personality contests rather than issue-
oriented battles.
Voters will select nominees to succeed retiring U.S. Sen.
Spessard L. Holland; both parties are providing well-known
candidates for the statewide competition.
Gov. Claude Kirk's bid to succeed himself for another four-
year term drew bitter opposition within the GOP ranks as well
as from a formidable field of Democrats, including Dade Coun-
tians Chuck Hall and Earl Faircloth.
Rep. Claude Pepper had only one opponent, Ken Collier,
in his bid for reelection to Congress. Dade candidates Robert
Shevin and William Meadows were among those in the attor-
ney general's race; Miami State Sen. Richard Stone was an
entry in the secretary of state contest; and Miamian Tom
O'Malley faced incumbent Broward Williams for the Demo-
cratic nomination as treasurer and insurance commissioner.
Judicial races drew more than usual attention for such posi-
tions as Supreme Court, with Miamian Hal P. Dekle in the
running. Primaries for the appellate, circuit and criminal court
seats open also attracted more than usual interest and keen
interest was evident in the school board races. But competi-
tion for seats in the state legislature, both in the House of Rep-
resantatives and Senate, was limited.
Polls will open at 7a.m. Tuesday; closing time is 7 p.m.
w HOLMES BRADDOCK
School board chairman Holmes
Braddock Ls seeking another terrn^' fw ,h,' "iU'n,s *"* **
but we have to have suitable
can- ranters f>>r youngsters in or-
in the Democratic primary in' *ml ? a",'' ^^^^
Group 4. An honor graduate of th 'h aWBn t0 0Ur SJClrtl Mls
still
University of Miami, he has cim-
pjrigned on the basis of hi~ pc
formance during his service oi
the school !. lard during a pe i i'
of lengthy and involved court ion-
tests.
M i Ir dd sur in.....\-
ecutivp, has ctive in < i n-
munity aft lira and 1 >mocr itii
party ad
from the University. He has
active in the successful presiden-
tial bids ol Harrj S. Tram m, John tal I.
F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. John-
sun.
HAL P. DEKLE
Miami Circuit Court Judge Hal
P, Dekle is a candidate for She
Democratic nomination to the
Florida Supremo Court in Tues-
day's primary. A native of M irl-
anna, Florida., he was graduated
from Stetson Law School in 1930.
Judge Dekle, who was voted
"well qualified" by a majority ol
the Meti > Co lission is nembers of the Florida Bar As-
iho'ii to impose ..ii me resid n Uon In a poll released last
of Dade Co nty"unco Mil tional." week, became a Circuit Cou
"No| if \\ that, but .1 will also judge hero in I960, and was re-
.is: th" i:<_.- -, who can el cted In 1962 and 1966.
: rd 11 an additional .si-.". II. previously served on the
i ;!ii in In tax's." Mr. Colodny Dade County Civil Court of Rec-
MIKE C0L0DNY
M" Colodny, candidate for the
leg slatu 100, termed
the i r ip isod 10'i utility
election to the House of Represen-
tatives in District 104.
Rep. Hector's supporters point
out that although he is one of
the state's most quiet legislators.
] he is among the most effective and
hardest working members of the
i House.
Mr. Hector h-is supported united
iction by the Dade delegation, and
has campaigned for fellow Demo-
crats in g< 1" I al elections.
GERALD LEWIS
State Rep. Gerald Lewis is a
candidate for the State Senate, In
District 43. The seat was Vaiatod
by Sen. Robert Shevin.
Mr. Lewis said he is seeking the
Senate seat been use of the past
legislative session.
NORMAN KENDRY
i'liii of attorneys living
"The House passed .'!_' Insur
reform bills, but a Senate Com)
tee killed two of the most
, cant bills one modifying the C -
Ifon la Plan, and another prohibit,
in |ng the arbitrary refusal to
Mr. Colodny. a le ml and I >g il
ive p'de to the dato senate in
ird. assuming that judicial posi-
tkn after practicing law in Mi-
ami for 11 years. Judge Dekle
A
Dade and Monroe counties, con-j or renew policies," he said.
ducted by the Florida Mar to
assist the public in naming quail- WILLIAM LEHMAN
In Group 1 of the school bo ii !
fled persons to serve on the bench,
has given a boost to District Court i
GEORGE BAUMGARTNER
Rep. George Baumgartner. seek-
ing reelection to the state Hoi is
of Representatives in District 107
reminded all registered Democrat
that they can vote in his and al'
other legislative contests Tuesday
regardless of where they live in
Dade County.
A member of Iliu-e comm'tt
on agriculture, labor and Industry .
and ad valorem taxation. M \
Baumgartner Is stressing a "bus1-
nessman's approach to govern-
ment."
He said h" had voted on more
than 4,000 Issues affecting ths
people of Dade and all FIoj i
Among his more I
have been tho -i the ;....
raise tor legislat >rs I line poll
tax and an ini oline I i
Rep. : .' .ft i ,-
such legislatioi Ir'cl ins on
pesticid is, five million ad liti inal
tax dollars t ir the Did C
school system, i aid to
education at every level and an
extension of the h tav il d xomp-
tion to 110.000. He a'so has vi'.-d
for an additional $12 nvllion for
state participation in local projects
and in favor of all conservation
and pollution contiol bills.
'he last session, called the tax "an
arbitrary tax burden which is dis-
eriminatoi y."
He said that as a legislator he
would seek to strengthen the com-!
plete tax structure, "so that the
(iPtTtl* of Florida can get some ,.ix
relief."
: seeks the seat being vacated by I of Appeal Judge Norman Hendry's incumbent William Lehman #i
Justice E. Harris Drew.
LAWT0N CHILES
State Sen. Law ton Chiles, who
s walking instead of running for
he U.S. Senate. | convinced his
down-to-earth cammign will iva-
dividends at the polls Tuesd tv.
Sen. Chiles The Walking Sena- s President of the Miami Beach
tor." has walked more than 1,000j "* Association,
miles from th,. Alabama line to A member of the North Amer-
Key Largo, to demonstrate to the
MURRAY GOODMAN
Judge Murray Goodman picked
up the endorsements of the Miami
Herald and Miami News this week
in his effort to retain his post as
Judge of the Criminal Court of
Record, Group 5.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, he has been practicing law
here for the past 20 years. Judge
Goodman, a past president of th-'
Civic League of Miami Beach, now
!c of Florida that he
is a
lean Judges Association, h" was!
first v'ce president of the Florida
bid for reelection.
The two-county poll, with 180S
balloting, showed 84.8'; or 1528
attorneys, considered Judge Hen-
dry "well qualified." Only 5.8-;,
or 105, said Judge Hendry was
"not qualified."
The Florida Bar poll was eon-
ducted by mail ballots. The totals state.
were counted by computer at an
independent data processing cen-
ter in Tallahassee. Similar polls are
conducted by local bar associations
in larger Florida cities to apprise
voters of qualifications of persons
'tinning for election to courts be-
low the Supreme Court and Dis-
trict Court of Appeal.
reelection on the basis of his
gressivc record and civic lea
ship.
The former teacher has been
in the forefront of changes in the
school svstem which have brought
Dade County up several notches
in scholastic ratings, his supporters
concernel voung m tj who will de- Municipal Judges Association be-
to learning fore being named to the Criminal
Cou t.
Ju'
* WILLIAM H. BEVIS
State Rep. William H. (Bi'li
Bevis of Ft. Meade is a candidate
for the Public Service Commission
in the Democratic piimary.
A two-term m,- eber f the state
legislature, Mr. Bevis. is a native
Floridian and*%|NilcMong D.-mo-
enit. .M-ljnN|ti'r\i; I Sum1
C""nl*rOTy"t' ftfr'fy** '"oncernH
himself with trie areas of govern-
n .. ,i:.... their p
He admits hi tal ca nni
meth d i- b il decla
"I'm having a ball I'm m
oeop'.e all the time, learning wiia'
th'v are thinking and what their
pro''ems \-'\"
Chiles, 49, 1'ivs from
Lako'and and is a trcaduatc of the
University of Fl irida. He served In
Korea, is a partner in a Lakeland
'w firm and h'< ftgryd in IV
Florida House and Senate for Uie
past 12 years.
His current eamnaign is an ex-
tension of his first legislative face
when he and his wi'o went tin an''
down the streets and knocked iw j
lours in every community in Polk
Conntv
"Walking 1,000 miles may be a
gimmick, but it ,ias been effective
>" getting me with I he people
Their reaction tells me they a:>-
P'eciate
Goodman sewed as a
ROBERT C. HARTNETT
Rep. Robert C. Hot net'
proposes "enabling Ic
the Stati Depp i r-
Dad
tlon" to allow
ARTHUR MASSEY
Attorney Arthur Massey. who i*
a candidate for the Group 2 Crim-
inal Court iudgeshio now held by
Jndee Carling Stedman. wa- a
municipal court judge 1961-1965.
\ graduate of the University ol
Miami Law School and former
nresldent of its Alumni Assoeia-
tion, he is a founder of the studanl
,, loan fund at the universltv at
member of its board of director-.
municipal judge in Miami Beach ment of Health and Rehabilitative
was recently selected by the Services to start a "pilot
Justice Department in Washing- gram" to reduce the bus I tret
?on to serve as a judicial consultant senior citizens. He seeks reelec-
to the national legal panel on rights ,ion in District 10:i, subject to
of American Indians. I county wide voting.
"I believe all who enter my A strong advocate of aiding r^nfidPnce
courtroom know they can be con-i older citizens, he said that senior
fident that they will receive a fair' citizens organizations have been
and equitable trial without fear of trying for months to get the Mi nni
favoritism," Judge Goodman as-, Transit Authority to lower bus
soiled. fares for senior citizens between
! 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., similar to its
ARTHUR E. HUTT0E program for teenagers.
Judge H.it toe.
Dade County
Mr. Massey, who was assli I
attorney general under Richard
EOrwin, has received sunporti of
lawyers, doctors, and other \.-
n-ils as we'l as the enuui
menl of the AFL-CIO. He
pledged to restore the pc
in the Criminal Co n'
and "give justice back to the
people."
______ 1
CLAUDE PEPPER
Ren. Claude Pepper has urged
the United States to entr into I
H-. candidate for the P; "artnett charged that the I f"rmal commitment to the SUP
Circuit Court, says MT/V ls "disinterested in the good f terBe1' Kuaranteemg.Israel s In-
my interest and mv
mentalj'e-osa.-ui./,t:or,. citrus, fi- pledge
nanc.
Mr.
anflrtsebabn.
!;, Is in came a member of
not to spend a million dol
the leg]-' Ing i \
tensivt' a;i' i t u* oi local gov-
ernmemTS a i I nmissl it
and mayoc oi Ft Mi
MAXINE BAKER
V.: Bakei
election to the
90 declared that e\ i "
of the i I it :s in hi I

lars to get ilected." Sen.
asset ted.
Chd<
GWENS. CHERRY
,;;-"' s l herrj has -iven
a M |.o
!"
,;t-""- Coast G <

ever to sit
lure. She y ill u,,
i- District
< i '':i pi imary.
that the backlog of cases now
waiting for trial in the Criminal
Court must lie immediately alle-
viated.
"I had hoped that the Governor
would provide the necessary relief.
The Crime Commission of Greater
Miami, of which I am immediate
oast president, has been attempt-
ing for years to remedy this dc-
ploral le condition." he di dare I.
Jud- e i .it too pointed oul thai
I he November ballot has a .!"'
and welfare of this segment of the 'ndencc and security.
mTtZr ThPy,'-un ,h"ir own The veteran Con-essman m.ul.<
mi hor\5Z "i VT branf ^W- the SUra.Uon during his current
million dollar stneture and seem ,.,mnniCT1 for reelection in the 1Mb
' alxn" ,he Peo- District of Florida, embracing Mi-
to care very
pic they should be serving
LARRY KANZER
Larry ECanzer, coordinator of nc-
ademis advisement at Miami-Dade
Junior College, a candidate for th
oi i: ipresentatlves, District
91, in Tuesday's D mo n it c
ami Beach and the northern part
of Dade County.
A former United Sintos Senator1
who pushed for American recocni-
tion of Israel in 1948. Rep. Pen
noke before a meeting of t"
Executives' Club of Miami B

; Honored in t! S is
' "" ty'a I n ,-. Kuttoe clted-his 14 v ,
i" native Miamian h -
i onei an
"I don'l \^
jected because l ; oi
because I am a worn
serted. "f am running bee I
Mrs
man ol the Ii >us C
Mental Healtl ird i'1'm
since 19 state
licensing of chil ( i iters. We
hHp people b comi porting
through our welfare departments,
amendment to the Florida Const i- mary. Mr. Kanzer, 42, an at tome
n t'i't wl'l co---.Hd it.' ihr as well as ., collegi or is
Criminal Court into the Circuil particularly anxious to offer oro-
tn the event of its \v- i | isals thai would broad n and
would have iurls- prove qua .,, :ii|
I minal Court ca els, remi dy reh ibl I tlon pi
will actively seek this as- ncing of al l to
;i drug addle i have
nen's con judges
i in non-partisan elec
Pointed by a quali : d com-
mittee.
state cfa
the Governor's Commit!, e on Em-
tlio Handleapped, he is
the progress Hi -
helping aicohoucs
mentally ill.
''"" at the Embers Restaurant.
....... pr it
' Miami as special
ons.
ROBERT HECTOR
"neu, i am rinmng hne-'iise II \" ,1. i-c f..^^ .t.- -, "U.V'"K mo uai
feel I am qualified l\cZT^7^tZ^Z tmUn "* tt
MARTIN SAXON
Martin Sax^l a Dem^" I
' Itp fo .Tiii,;v of the ( '
nal Co oiw 4. was a n
man and a deter;ive In Mi
Beai i be'ore becomino1 th< C
Prosecutor of North Miami Ba
He has served t rtt Irman if ;
Metro Personnel Advisory I
" I practic 3 as rknlnal Att.
ney.
Mr. Saxon received his B.3.\.
and law degrees from the Univ
sity of Miami.


1
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''Jew 1st fhrldftann
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RICHARD SHEYIN
^sinp his campaign for in-
rrMte involvement In the
f,cat. crime, State Sen.
Lsh. "f Miami moved
'irll for Attorney Gen-
SJ5 section of Florid*
rt* m i"'"1 of thc St'n-,tP
,,., investigation Committee
Stressed by SbevOi support-
w.h0 said he has fought sue-
.fully for Ihe passage of more
m anti-crime laws.
irtis-P in the Anti Defamation
" ofB-naiB'rith.Sen.Shcvin
No Floridian is immune lo-
trom Criminal violence." He
[Us the rtate cabinet seat wa-
,<1 by tor! Faireloth.
CARLING STEDMAN
Criminal Court Judge Carting
Oman's campaign for reelection
Group 2 of the Dade County
ic received a strong assist from
j]ts of th" Dade Bar Associa-
,'s poll on judicial candidates.
idge Stedman was voted "well
lifted by 25' 'o f the more
i 1.200 lawyers who returned
Mi in the Group 2 contest,
two Democratic opponents iv-
ied 18': and 12% respectively,
ge Stedman noted.
mong legal and civic leaders
announced their support ,>f
ft Stedman this week are for*
assistant U.S. Attorney Rob-
Newman, past president of
iple Beth Am: Max Koien.
ner Jaycee \ ice president; Ger-
Schwaitz, past president of
South Florida Zionist Council
Miami Beooh lodge of B'nai
th: and Stanley M. Pred. for-
judge of El Portal and former
president of Temple Sinai.
[Hie Stedman served as 88-
nt state attorney for Dade
ty for eiVjhl years before
I named to the Criminal Court
1965. He was redacted in 1966
1 notes that his court has clos
but more eases in the first seven
nths of 1970 than any other
linal court judge.
[e strong!v criticized judicial
Mates Who advocate vigorous
ftosecution of criminals. "Judges
BouJd judge, and orosecnto-s
fjouM prosecut-\ The Federal ami
ttati' Constitutions guarantee safe-
gtenxN for the innocent, and our
WS provide punishment for the
rilty." Judge Stedman asserted.
county attorney, has been endors-
ed by the Miami Herald, whieli
called him "well trained and high-
ly competent with superior
qualifications."
MRS. ELEANOR SHOCKETT
Mrs. Kleanor Shockett. a candi-
date for the Democratic nomina-
tion to the House of Representa-
tives, District 90, has compiled an
outstanding record in her univer-
i sity and community activities. The
I Phi Beta Kappa graduate points to
j her complete knowledge of state
! government and sup]x>rt of the na-
tional Democratic party.
SHERMAN S.WINN
Former North Miami Mayor
Sherman S. VVinn accelerated his
drive this week for the Democratic
nomination to the House of Rep-
resentatives, District 103. The
World War II veteran's commun-
ity service record won him en-
dorsements from several news-
papers.
Honorary president of Beth
Mash" Congregation of North Mi-
ami, he has been honored by Flor-
ida State University and Florida
Memorial College. He has served
us vice president of the Balmoral
Hotel for the past 12 years.
BROWARD WILLIAMS
BrrmtrrrtWilliams, Florida
Treasurer and Insurance Commis-
sioner, is conducting a vigorous
statewide campaign to retain his
seat in the Florida cabinet, sub-
ject to Tuesday's Democratic bal-
loting.
Mr. Williams, who also sefv d
as state fin- marshal, is a member
of the Probation and Parole Com-
mission, elections canvassing com-
mission and administration com-
missions of the state.
He has been a pioneer advocate
of mass merchandising insurance
plans in Florida. Today there are
17 such programs available allow-
ing Floridians to purchase home-
owners and automobile insurance
at lower rates through volume
buying.
During the 1970 legislative ses-
sion, Mr. Williams advocated 22
pieces of legislation. The legisla-
ture enacted 18 of them. He has
also led a successful effort to ob-
tain the rights to flood insurance
for thousands of residents in Flor-
ida, including Dade County.
Services Held For Harold Landfield
Funeral services for Harold A. | Mr. Landfield, who lived at 5401
Landfield. 74. who died Monday
after a long illness, were held at
HAROLD LANDFIELD
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Wednesday.
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, was
one of the organizers of .Miami's
I Downtown Development Authority
Ond had served as its treasurer
I since its inception In 196f>. He was
a director of Miami's Pan Ameri-
can Bank and of Hialeah's Manu-
facturers National Bank.
A founder and director of Cedars
I of Lebanon Hospital, Mr. Land-
| field was also a founder of West-
| view Country Club and had served
as its president. He was a former
member of the Orange Bowl Com-
mittee, and held membership in
the Shriners. the Standard Club
and the Downtown Rotary Club.
Mr. Landfield. a native of Chi-
cago, came to Miami in 1926. He
launched his business career at 140
K. Flagler St.. Where he was the
owner-operator of Nordell's Milli-
'nery Shop.
Mr. Landfield is survived by his
wife, Jeanette.
RICHARD STONE
State Sen. Richard Stone this
!>k pressed his drive for the post
Secretary of State in a cam-
Bbm that carried him from the
nhandle to the Florida kevs.
active member of Temple
Am and Temple Emanu-El.
Sen St.in,' moved to Miami Beach
Wh-n be was less than a year old.
c h*s played an active role in
Otmniunal affairs since entering
the practice of law.
>#Sen. Stone's supporters stressed
his widespread knowledge of Flor-
<|a government and his outstand-
t remnl in the state legislature,
is mother. Mrs. Alfred Stone,
4fcoke in his behalf at a recent all-
Andidate rally sponsored by the
greater Miami Jaycees.
STUART SIMON
Stuart Simon, a candidate for
Jade County's Circuit Court, is
twoiwbly the onlv candidate in the
primaries not being dodged by his
friends. He has pledged not to ac-
cept campaign contributions from
anyone, and his idea that judges
shttuiil take office completely free
fwn pressure is apparently being
Chepted.
I proof that he is qualified for
[circuit jttdgeship, Mr. Simon, a
Sber of Temple Kmanu-Kl and
>er vice president of the
pnean Jewish Committee cited
|lts of a recent judicial poll
lucted by the Dade County
[Association which placed him
[h on a list of 18 "well quali-
candidates. His score was
Med only by incumbent
Simon, a former assistant

Of
Special Interest
to the
>
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i Victor Bienstock Retires After 37 Years
^ir^*AVTI^1h VlfWlirllft'n 0f Jewish Tele9raphic Agency Service
flfir~7 IWlIf JL^yJLm Jilt, JIMV^JW JL^^ILJL^IpJk Jk NEW YORK (JTA) Victor M. gradually was converted to
^^ Bienstock the Jewish Tt loeranhic Drinter.
Miami, Florida Friday. September 4. 1970
Section C
Bienstock the Jewish Telegraphic printer.
Agency's vice president for Edi-
torial Services will retire thin
week, Robert H. Arnow. president
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
has announced.
Mr. Bienstock joined the JTA
as its managing editor in 19'<3
after Hitler's rise to power in
Germany and was directly affili-
ated with the agency for most of
the pt 37 years. He began his
.xjurnalistie career on the old New
the Jewish State, satisfied that Israel. "If I was worried about I York World in ID'S, served as
"there are institutions in Israrl money." ho said. "I'd stay in the New Yolk correspondent of the
that will keep us from Starving." states. I've lived on S2.0D0 a year London Morning Post and was
He also sold his California prop-1 and on 25 times that. It doesn't 41tor of the Herald Tribune News
crty at half its value. He was "not ( mak.: any difference." i Service when he joined the JTA
in favor of any wars." but wal i Dr. OrVpcnheimer said he would j as managing editor in 1933. He
willing to accept his automatic in- not mind serving in the Israeli i a!sl became managing editor of
duction into the Israeli Armed! Army, even though "I don't think! tne Jewish Daily Bull. tin. a tab-
Forces. He was not particularly the cease-fire will result in peace." I toid-size dally newspaper published
afraid of terrorist shellings, citing] "I wouldn I have risked my life in [ by JTA.
a higher incidence of traffic fatah Vietnam," he explaired, "but I'm
440 North Americans to Israel:
The Biggest Aliyah Ever
BY GEORGE FRIEDMAN
:- 24 was a blue-and-white
for Israel. On that day. 440
cans and Canadiansthe
st single "aiiyah" ever toil-
et for the Jewish State on the
; Line's S'S Anna Maria, de-
ig from Pier 97 on Manhat-
Side.
lim, (settlers) who came
; \merican states in* all re-
well ."-s from Canada,
er the auspices of the
ih Center of the World
rganlzatlon. Most of them
i to the center by
the Women's Zionist
. n of America, which
I a sin liar aMyab for
another for the
st iation was Garin
H "Seed of the Ful-
- j: icultural i
u ty in 100 .. res
the Judean
th of Jerusalem. It
i threi j irs ago w Ith
I Jewish Agency. Al was Dr. Stuart Oppi i
.' ol 70 A neri tu fa who was sailing with I e
allies is b Carol, a mathematics teacher;
mpletion in the sum-1 their 3%-year-oM daughter, Jill.
1971. I want t>: and their 2%-year-old sm
American enclave," ex-1 Dr. Oppenhehner, originally :. n
. Jack Ycriel, director of Columbus, O.. is a I summa
Aliyah Center's Wash- cum laude college graduab who
tics at home.
Don and Ellen Milan were
Madison, Wist, cheese counl
They have two daughters, .' nl
10 and Sharon, 6. The 37-yi
Mr. Milan, who had studied law,
going the mat
of a state-wid I al rs'
association, His w fe, an arti I al-
i-( ady had a print-an l-sc pi
show scheduled to open in P
Tikvah Her sisti r liv< s on
butz. "I would like to livi
h State,"
.; a significant part
in-the-making."
I -.
ifl e. "We must include 30
" so that we v.
omi lunity, one !)
into thi mainstream of
fe ol the country."
Golan, n tttonal di-
f th Aliyah Cent >r,
olim comprised I VA
f nilies 1 ital ng pi rsons plus
1 luals. Mrs. Henry G >ld-
national aliyah chairman i>f
erved that the total
l 90 1/3 childrenone of
ers is three months preg-
nant.
Col. Golan noted that the previ-
cord for a single aliyah was
363, on July 6, also on the Anna
Maria. He indicated that the total
number of American olim has in-
creased from a one-year high of
1.700 before the Six-Day War to
4,300 in 1968 and 6,500 in 1969.
From January to late August this
year, 5,300 have left, and by year's
end the 1970 total will be 3376
above last year's.
Over the past seven months,
most olim have been between the
ol 24 and 39, with only 396
ind older. The Aug. 24 group
included 73 professionals, 23 skill-
ed and semi-skilled workers and
eight businessmen, with occupa-
I ns including engineer, doctor
Professor, teacher, draftsman
chemist, clerk, computer program-
mer, social worker, bookkeeper
and rabbi.
JUS| 88 there a-e "ei-ht million
Stories in the Naked City" there
were no doubt 440 stories amin<7
'he Israeli-bound North Ame-i-
cans on the Anna Maria. Inter-
views with several fnm'lies. how-
ever, disclosed much similarity of
view. Whatever thev might iik<^
about the Un:t Israel was their ancestral home
and they were willing to "proof
themselves and make financial sac-
rifices to go there.
Stephen nd rvn">'ev--> Brelt-
teln, both 27 n~i the!? daughter?,
Aviva, A and ^rtanfia o ....... |n,
only Los An--in- family on b'
"Israel," s-id Mr BreltsMn ''>-
eu't.ir.1. historical and -.....Ic
attraction." tv, attraction was
so strong tnBt -. _ave u_ ...-.
|a"0c'-''tn -1.....-......."
sitv of t>W*nrmn M Los tagri *
iwithout beinn. assured of : b i
proceeded to an bit at De-
troit State Hospital ol W
State University and I
two years of C (HOST rch at
the Baltimore Cancer Res
Center. He then went in1
pro i ce In rhurm mt, Md.,
his was one of two unw<
Jewish families and he had to
trot 1 CO miles for koshei I
He realized, he said, I
ever wanted to go to Israel th
only way to do it was to do il So
he nave up a career that wou''
gain him $60,000 next year .....'
$100 000 the following year and
arranged to be aboard the Anni
Maria when it sailed. He did not
have a job assured for him in
very hap] >::;-, the :-> 'A serv-
ing In something I believe in." Not
about security in Israel,
he noted that just the week before
in Columbus, an Air Force lieu
tenant set off three bombs i- ..-.-
ness establishments.
Gersl n Gross, the 39-yei
ch lir and si ieti i j of GaiIn
Hama si
the At '' iri i. A native N
v < hi had i". turned to the
Stat a docto] ti it the
'' rsity i I ':'. rylai d. He a:id
his w .; h ive two da ighters, agi,;
14 and l"i The 10 American
lief .;: the community th"
year have a "quite positivi feel-
ing about life there, he said.
The Is "one of the most
beautiful" in Isra nd thi
In 1940 Mr. Bienstock became
chief of foreign service of the
Overseas News Agency, which was
set up by JTA in cooperation with
Catholic and Protestant elements
to provide news service to the
world press. He returned to thr
United States for six month- In
1941 to establish a foreign-lan-
guage division for the Office of
War Information and returned to
Europe later that year as a war
correspondent for JTA and ONA.
From London and Lisbon, Mr.
Bienstock provided some of the
first reports to reach the United
States of the systematic mass
murder of Jews by the Nazi re-
gime. Later, as a war corres i
dent in the Middle East, Italian
and French theaters, he provided
a running account of the fat-- <>f
the Jews in the occupied areas ind
After establishing a network of
correspondents, covering the] of their liberation.
United States. Mr. Bienstock went
abroad as chief of the JTA for-
He returned to the United St'tfS
eign senice to reorgnlze its over- in 1945 to become foreign editor
; : m services and communi- of the Overseas News Agency, and
cations system. He establisl id th >' 1951 became general manager
first scheduled transmission ser- Of the JTA. He assumed the -
vice from London, using Morse torship in 1968 upon retirement of
transmitters, Aftei th *-ar Boris Smolar and was named
the JTA central transmissl n president in charge ol editorial
ted to New York and operations in 1969.______________^
Ben Abraham Appointed First Executive
Vice President of Shaare Zedek Hospital
Dr. Maxwell Berger, thi South- tor ol Communities for the Unit I
east R gional Director I Shaar Jewish Appeal.
" di :. Hospit : In Jeru i n, has
eived word from M .\
pTanii is* are the" ronver" >' "- ,h" r : ; '
5lon .. ... ,.,: | Committe
combin n four-m nth hotel !! I*>tal ol I
ith Center for 3 11 i f Ben w Abr
tor men titution's first i suti vice
turb i ..." Iren: a badly n<
p :. and an -ctn i
manu icturlt .-1". He stat
Shaare Zedek Hospit in J
r-ai-'in is Israel's oldest :nstit
of healing, Founded in is?:: i
group of prominent rabbis and
philanthropists from ; I rm inj i I
H illand, it has n maim i a 1-
y non-profit hospital
I! atient departments and
-- h ah im br! igs trirtyl 200 beds on Its premises. An a
rs of know-how and X] ol 10 00 patients an hosp
; sident.
unequS' th( electrot .= ^0 hia ,,w [X)S, :. d per year, and its o'tt-pati r
plat I not be i nd Shaare Zed ilinics number over 70,1
developmei I r ith< ^ -.- S1 ... ;H.. ,., _.,..
ie or peace-time purpos; I . by Mr, Abraham w< of cxe-
\ .. C* nti; sp '
was
The Stiutheast P..
.., American Committi
ed that the community was also :< m-; -
.. _,. S Zedek Hoapu m
"-**** otS-MSSS81605** -
: and Co., executive director of tl _________
Ti \ ^T- kitometefTM American Friends of Tel Avh |. Farband-LZ0
" h;, n iV,np'"io.;T /ersity, and more recentl: ,-haim Wei-
miles from the old (June, laoii cnaim wei.
vcw ii opment director of Bnai B'rith
Jordanian-Israels border. Wha. II
Hillcl Foundations, he sasd.
M. B. Hadassah Chapter
Meetings Scheduled
The usual snack luncheon ard
card party will follow the season's
first meeting of Hialoma Group of
Hadassah Tuesday noon in the
Algiers Hotel. President is Mrs.
Irvin Shapiro.
*
The Hannah Seneach Group wil'
a'so meet for a snack luncheon ir
the Algiers Hotel Tuesday noon in
its first meeting of the new tea
son. Grace Kunis serves the grou>
as president.
*
The Stephen S. Wise Group o!
Hadassah will hold its first meet
ing of the season at noon Mondav
Sept. 14. in the Algiers Hotel witl
Mrs. Henry S. Wernick as gues'
soeaker and a mi'sical prograr
arranged by Aida Yaslo. Rose Del
lerson will lead the communit
sinting. Mrs. Joseph Sosna is lb
"roup's president.
Monthly Meetings Resume
; he Massachusetts Club 0*
O^ater Miami will resume its
""lar monthly m""tin<*s Thurs
Any. Sent. 20. in the Bel Alrf
Hotel, 6515 Collins Ave., Miam:
Beach at 8:20 p.m.
Guest speaker :'" v" atto-"o-
:s Cohen. wh*wr too'.C will b-
"VTs and Estate Florida '
question and ans..... --nod ":"
foil w. All fr ss'dents of
".T-'ssachusetts and heir friends
re invited to at'- "^-"<;;d"-' is
William A. CMt
a peace settlement brings the
border back into existence, a.id
Garin Hamagshimim becomes an
easy target for terrorists? Would
it relocate further into Israel?
"No," he said. "That is the place
we were assigned, and that is
,,-hr.ri' imi will ctnv."
In the early years of his career.
Mr. Abrahams served as a social
senice investigator in New York
City's Home r.clief Bureau under
Mayor Fioreilo H. LaGuardia's ad-
ministration. He also served for
nnnv vct<: os \'iv York's Direc-
Meetmg
izman Branch
will hold its opening meet:;
the season Sunday at 7 "0 p.m. in
the Washington Federal Auditor-
ium 1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Members returning from
Israel and Russia will report on
their trips. There will be commun-
ity singing, entertainment and re-
freshments. Moe Levin is chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kusnetz announced
their intention of establishing a woodland
in the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Jeru-
salem during the Jewish National Fund Spec-
ial Assembly in the Fontainbleau Hotel.
Seated left to right, are Mrs. Kusnetz, Dr.
Irving Lehrman, JNF Foundation chairman
and Mrs. Leo Buda. Mr. Kusnetz. Judge Zev
W. Kogan. Leo Buda and Abraham Grunhut,
vice president of the JNF of Greater Miami,
are standing.


Page 2-C
+Jenlsti ftorkfian
Friday, September 4. 1970
The U J.. Policy In The MiddleJEastls Schizoid
By SAM I.IPSKI
Al ivccnt weeks have (lonion-
, itrated, events am moving so mp-
iiily in the Middle East that yes-
teiii iv's analysis can he out-dnted
by the time it gets into print to-
morrow. Laat month's ass Mmcnt
can month's new initative.
There is however one unchang-
ing fact since the 1067 Aral)-Is-
raeii war which the White House
has rv>,\' acknowledged in high-
level briefings and in the remarks
of President Nixon himself. And
that >s the way in which the
Soviet Union has forced the
Vnited States into a position
where it must be on the defensive
wfl re the pace of events is dictat-
ed, by Moscow, and not Washing-
Ion. The Soviets act. The Ameri-
cans re-act sometimes.
Perhaps the most revealing as-
)? Ct Of the White House assess-
n: its on the dangers to Ameri-
can interests which have emerged
from the Soviet introduction if
c->mlvTt troops into Egypt, is that
they have belatedly accepted the
\i WB Of Israeli analysts and the
rigs Jerusalem gave months
rzo when the P.ussian push as-
tumed new proportions.
Because of the confusion which
ofien surrounds the mass media's
response to a new direction of
government thinking the dimen-
sions of change in the Nixon ad-
ministration are still far from
fully gras|>ed.
Another reason for the confu-
sion is the "doublethink" which
persist! even today within dif-'
frn-nt levels of the administra-
tion. Thus, the State Department
nnproaeh. which has played down
the Russian danger and empha-
sized diplomatic wooing of the
Arab states, was officially on1
lew on June 25 in the announce- i
ment of the new "peace Initiative/'
by the Secretary of State William
P. Rogers.
B :! the very next day at San
Oerv-rite, the most senior White
> officials, Dr. Henry Kis-
Bil >r among them, briefed a
in of American newspaper ex-
ec itives on the dangers of Rus-
moves, gave a grim picture
of tlv.' threat to Israeli survival
oid the Vnit-'d States wanted
to kj I Soviet combat ix'i-sonnel
fiom Egypt.
These remarks were followed up
In further briefing to correspon-
r>r,ts some days later, and most
significantly in President Nixon's
pro-Israel remarks during his tele-
vision, interview. Not for the firs'
time the question was raised'
\\h-> speaks for the United States?
Is it President Nixon when be
I ->tics Golda Mcir to the White
House with great warmth and
ro-assurance and loaves her with
the feeling that Israel "has a
friend in the White House?"
Or is it the State Department
which two months later present.-
n'ans for Israo.i-Fgyptian and Is-
rael-Jordanian settlements marked
by a significant erosion of Amer-
ican commitment to Israel's secur-
ity?
Is it President Nixon in his
j foreign policy message to Con-
greaa of Feb. 18. when he warm
the Soviet Union the United
i States would be concerned at So-
: viet attempts to achieve hegem-
I ony in the Middle East? Or is it
IMr. Rogers in March, announcing
! that Israel's request for planes
was being held in abeyance be*
I cause the Soviet's intervention was
j essentially "defensive?"
So it has gone from the very
beginning of this administration
i and the ans-ver. of course, is that
the dual American policy towards
the Middle East will probably cun-
! tinue. At various times, such as at
' the present, when the critical na-
ture of the situation becomes in-
'escapable, the White House will
reclaim its control over Middle
East policy.
The fact that this has meant a
' greater acceptance of what the
Israelis have l>een saying all along
does not give Jerusalem any par-
ticular satisfaction. This is not a
'time when the Israelis fed they
can say, "We told you so." Rut the
lesson to American policy makers
must lie apparent now from the
unfolding of events.
The pattern of those events was
dear months ago: The Russians
were moving towards stragetlc
control of the Suez Canal and re-
placement of American Influence
in the Middle East. The Arab-Is-
raeli conflict was the means for
the Russians, not an end in itself.
It wai when this finally dawned
on the American analysts and
not because of any sudden rush of
committment to Israel--that we
began to hear the sombre state-
ments of tecent weeks.
Why did it take so long? There
was White House obsession with
Cambodia., pressure from the
State Department which has been
misreading events persistently, a
reluctance to believe that the So-
j viets would be as bold as they
were, and just bureaucratic slow-
ness until senior advisers like Dr.
Kissinger had the opportunity to
examine the evidence.
The latest escalation by the So-
viets which has placed a combina-
tion of SAM-2 and SA.M-.'i missiles
in an integrated anti-aircraft sys-
tem to cover the Suez Canal /one,
is si an by the Israelis as the third
phase in the progression of mili-
tary steps the Russians have tak-
en since March.
That was when the first SAM-3
missiles were introduced into Egypt
accompanied by thousands of Rus-
sian combat personnel to install
jand operate them. The Israelis
warned then that unless the
, United States was prepared to re-
I spond to this move the Soviets
would escalate to the next phase.
From Mr. Rogers and other Airier
ican officals came the response:
the Soviet missiles were "defen-
sive" not .offensive."
The Israelis argued this was a
meiv semantic quibble. What mat-
tered was that the missiles were
an aggressive clement in the Egyp-
tian Offensive war of attrition
strategy. Even more significant
than the immediate Issue of the
missiles function was what would
follow if there was no Ameri-
can response.
The Israelis were proved right
when phase two followed almost
immediately after the American
failure to respond either by
planes or oy an avquate public or
private recognition of the serious
change which had occurred. Phase
two was the use of Soviet pilots
to which the Russians proceeded
tentatively at first, and more
boldly as the Americans dithered
again. Now we are into phase
three which followed within d.ivs
of Secretary Aoger's fuzzy re-i
marks.
Will there be a phase four and
another beyond that? The next;
phase could be that Soviet pilots!
who have remained in the Egyp-
tian interior may begin flying;
combat missions over the Canal
zone itself to protect the missile.
emplacements now under heavy
attack from the Israelis.
One factor in the equation has
certainly changed. At last there is
a clear and unmistakeable aware-
ness in the White House of how
serious the situation is. But Mos-
cow has always understood that
actions speak louder than word-.
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An Eyewitness In The USSR
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By OWEN S. RACHLEFF
European Department Director
Anti-Defamation League
Twelve days in the Soviet Union
coos not make one an expert, but
,1 does provide an opportunity for
some meaningful experiences, and
a few worthwhile ideas.
In Moscow. Kiev and Leningrad.
J made it my business to sec, as
so many visitors do. the leading
synagogues, to speak to Jewish
citizens and to garner reactions
and opinions about Jewish life in
the USSR.
Jewish Youth
Young Jews, as generally report-
ed, do indeed seek out tourists to
Make their message heard. I found
this to be paiticularly true in
Mo-scow where I had occasion to
visil the Saturn Restaurant, a
ading gathering place for young
'swingers."
Most of them are devotees of the
Kol Israel news broadcasts heard
daily at 7 p.m. on Russian Radio
despite government attempts at
jamming. These broadcasts, beam-
ed in from Israel, are in Russian
and Ukranian and offer Hebrew
lessons besides. From them young
peop!' have learned about con-
(t the Middle East and
oil- : p: : ts of the world. Their de-
votion li Kol Israel is a small but
hopeful >; velopment
The Futility of Emigration
Thi re is a great sense of futility
rig Jews about applying for
I ,r in visas to Israel. They
.11 around them the weary
jong-term efforts of their co-rc-
;:i Irving to get out and.
89 I pw it, a pessimistic attitude
emigration has developed
t the young.
N vertheli ss, a young man I
to iti Kiev was very anxious
and was hoping he could
... ime help in this direction.
A: would need money to
the emigration bureauc-
. i
Religions Life
tti led services during Sha-
\ in Ler ngrad and can report
i iboul 300 men and women
*. i the large synagogue on Lcr-
-. ntov Prospect to hear a rabbi
a cantor, with choir, perform
tb. full service (with the aid ol
ophones and amplifiers, I may
The average age of the group
about 55. A few surreptitiously
confessed that they felt perse-
cuted and outcast, but most wear-
ily ci scribed conditions as "alles
gut" in Leningrad.
ii iwever, when I handed a me-
zuzah to one of the leaders of a
minyan, he became quite excited
dm.ii, i that new mezuzahs
sv re imjiossible to find in the So-
viet Union. This is also true of
talliths, trfilhn, yarmulkcs and
prayer books of all kinds.
Impart of Tourism
Despite the lack of sacred items
there does seem to be some slight
improvement along religious lines
in the USSR, at least superficially.
For example, the large synagogue
on Arkipova Street in Moscow was
recently repainted and refurbished.
Similarly, the synagogue in Lenin-
grad is scheduled for renovation.
We can safely say that this is
due to the impact of Jewish tour-
ists from abroad who demand to
see these synagogues and who
have, in the past, complained of
their shabby sondition. The syna-
gogue in Kievwhich has no rabbi
remains run down and dilapi-
dated probably because few tour-
ists ever visit it.
In the same vein, the Babi Yar
cenotaph outside of Kievthough
it still does not refer to the Jew-
ish tragedy which occurred there-
is nevertheless well cared for and
landscaped with flowers. It is also
rumored that a new monument is
going to be erected by the Ukrain-
ian government which will recog-
nize the Jewish tragedy. This
again is probably the result of
incessant tourist demands to sec
Babi Yar and to rectify the Soviet
revisions of history.
And -/.ion Propaganda
Ever, a casual tourist can find
manifestations of the Soviet anti-
Zion attitude in the press and in
pamphlets and booklets left at air-
ports and other public places for
foreign consumption. At the Mos-
cow airport, for example, I was
able to pick up a booklet of over
75 pages entitled "Zionism: In-
strument of Imperialist Reaction"
published by the Novosti Press
Agency in Moscow; an English
language publication known as the
New Times, also to be found at
the airport, had in its spring issue
a story entitled "Inside Israel"
which spelled out the usual Soviet
line about "imperialist and aggres
sive Israel."
A Few Conclusions
The non-Jewish Russian has a
decidedly easier life than a Rus-
sian Jew, but even he is still denied
the most basic freedom which the
average Westerner enjoys.
The Jewish heritage in literature
and art. Jewish feelings towards
Israel and the age-old love of
Zion, arc taboo in the view of the
government. Yet even the Krem-
lin is vulnerable in this regard.
The slight improvement I sensed
in the religious environment has
been brought about by the Jewish
tourists from abroad. Their de-
mands to see the synagogues, the
shrines, and the sights have had
beneficial results. The same can
and must apply to Jewish ethnic
life.
Tourism is the one "bourgeois"
enterprises the Soviet Union seeks
to develop. Indeed the Intourist
Bureau of the USSR is by far the
most efficient and progressive non-
military operation among govern-
ment institutions. Therefore, tour-
ism can be a tool when it comes to
improving Jewish life within the
Soviet state. As for emigration, the
outlook is less promising, since a
great deal will depend on the
Middle East conflict.
Withal, it is not "alles gut" in
the USSR as some of the older
folks would have us believe. Rath-
er it is more in line with what
Mikhail, a young Jewish student,
told me at the Saturn Restaurant.
'We arc given less than the oth-
ers," he said, "and the others
don"t have very much. We want to
do the best work we can, but we
get second rate jobs. They tell us
we're not really one of them, but
they won't let us go where we
belong.'1
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Friday, September 4.
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Recruiting Drive Is Launched By Home
An intMislvo "working" volunteer?, is currently
being conducted by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Hebrew Home for
the \ i of Miami Beach, accord-
ing to Mrs. Ida Kostoff, president
of the Auxiliary.
Volunteers are needed, to escort
New Season's First
Beth Am Breakfast
Set By Brotherhood
H irold Malin, president of Tem-
ple Beth Am's Brotherhood, has
announced the first congregational
breakfast of the New Year will \v
sponsored by the Brotherhood Sun-
day, Sept. 20. at 9:30 a.m., in the,
temple's social hall.
Th" guest speaker will bo Si
Repr tative Murray H. Dub-!
bin, hose subject will be Th
New Face of Florida Government.
Rep. Dubbin, a native Miamian
was educated in Florida schools
: nivi i- ties, and is a mom-
Ik r oi the Florida and Dado Coun-
ty B .' Associations. He was elect-
ed to the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives in 19S3. and has since
been reelected to that office.
In Tallahassee, he serves
chairman or a member of sight
i immitteea, but has achieved his
itest success as chairman oi
the House Committee on Consti-
tutional Revision. He is unopiwscd \
in Dade County for the State Leg-
islature.
The public is invited to attend
the breakfast. Reservations m 1J
be made by mail or by calling the)
'o office.
non-ambulatory residents to vari-
ous areas in the hospital, '"chauf-
feur" residents to concerts and oali
. games and take them on shopping
trips, help out with games, write
I, tters for those who can not write
themselves, and help feed those
\\X\o are unable to feed themselves.
Working hours are arranged foi
the convenience of the volunteers,
and credit is given for the number
pf hours worked, leading to sp
awards presented at the Auxiliary 9
Annual Awards Day. Group- of
volunteers are given special orien-
tation course in working with th;
aged.
The Hebrew Home for the Ag< '
of Miami Beach, located at .'>-")
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, is a
156-bed facility for the aged and
chronically ill. Its Ladies AuXiliai'V
conducts extensive recreational
therapy programs lor the resi-
dents.
Persons interested in working
with the Hebrew Home for the
A i I Auxiliary are requeued to
call Mrs. Kostoff, or the Home.
GOP Unity Picnic Scheduled
Sept. 12 At Tropical Park
Republicans are invited to at-
tend a GOP unity picnic under the
auspices of the South Dade Re-
publican Club, at Tropical Par!;
from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.
Sept. 12.
Games, contests, prizes for the'
youngsters, a drawing for a 1970
Chevrolet Nova and entertainment
is scheduled. Southern fried chick- ;
en headlines the menu. All stale
and local GOP candidates h.ivi
pledged their support, a national
speaker from the cabinet will give
the keynote address and a few well
known celebrities will participate.
Charles C. Stamm. is president of
the South Dade Republican Club:!
I. Ike Feinstein is picnic chairman,
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By RI'TII SIRKIS
Summer days call for refreshing, cool and easy dishes. How
;ilwut combining the refreshing taste ol buttermilk, the cool
ereen of susumbers, in an easy way? Try it for a cool summer
soup 'hat needs no cooking, served .is a first course of a summer
I .lit dinner, or just as a snack. Thick and sati-sfifying. yet it is
very tow in calorics. Some of you may be reminded of "Cholo-
dink," which Is Russian cold susumber soup, but this one le
. to assemble.
A COOL SUMMER SOI P
ps buttermilk
i medium cucumber
2 tsps. instant pane onion soup
2 tsps. onion flakes (dehydrated)
1 op, dried dill weed
1 tsp. saltdash pepper
2 strings of parsley
P-ol and dice cucumber, measure buttermilk into blender.
add the other Ingredients, blend for 3 minutes at medium speed.
Taste and correct seasoning.Scrve immediately in mugs or soup
bowls, garnished with parsley. Serves two.
Summertime is vacation time, and we spent some days In
the swinging French quarter of New Orleans. The jazz work-
shops, the elaborate iron grillowork, and the fine foods made
New Orleans a special vacation spot. We enjoyed a relaxed
breakfast at the famous Brennans Restaurant, which is known
because of its "Breakfast in Brennans," consisting of a variety of
dishes freshlv baked bread, a spectacular flaming dessert
and excellent coffee. No wonder that people were standing in
line to enjoy a breakfast, even though the price of it may exceed
that of dinner in many other restaurants.
A SOUTHERN BRKAKFAST DISH
8 tablespoons brown sugar
i tablespoon butter
1 ripe banana, peeled and sliced lengthwise
Dash cinnamon
': oz, banana liqueur
1 oz. white rum
1 large scoop vanilla ice cream
Melt brown sugar and butter in flat chafing dish, add
banana and saute until tender. Sprinkle ^T^'JaZ
banana liqueur and rum over all and flame. B"te^dttl warm
liquid until name burns out. Serve Immediately over ice cream.
Makes one serving.
Th/pancakes-Waffles Cookbook just published by Double-
day. Inc.. deals with only that one delicious subject, but What^a
varu tv it gives you to choose from! Just leafing through the
book% includes beautiful pictures ^^
will make you feel like heading for the k.tchen to ^yPW^J
blin.es, blnis, Budapest paprika or rum-pecan P""*"*W*
don't ramonber eating Israeli Potato and Walnu Pancakes in
Israel; but they are good, anyway (and anywhere..
ISRAFXI POTATO and WALNUT PANCAKES
4 cups hot mashed potatoes
4 eggs
2 teaspoons salt
', teaspoon white pepper
Vj cup finely chopped walnuts
2 tablespoons oil
Shredded lettuce
Combine potatoes, eggs, salt and i^pper. mix well. Stir- in
walnuts. For each pancake, spoon one-third cup of the mixture
Into weH-oiled, pre-heated frying pan. Spread to make a three-
Inch patty, brown on both sides. Serve hot, garnished With
shredded lettuce. Makes about 16 cakes.
It is quite a'thrill'to visit the 21 Club in New York, a place
famous for the celebrities who dine there as well as for out-
standing food and impeccable service. I was shown around by a
member of the staff, visiting the wine cellar where Israeli wine
could be seen among the 25.000 bottles in its stock. I also toured
the enormous kitchen, with its supplies of ingredients from all
over the world. I spoke to the chef, who issues a new menu every
day, and when I asked him for a good recipe for my readers, this
is what he gave me:
PETIT*- MARM1TR
1 lb. beef (shoulder or short ribs)
8 II'. chicken
5 stalks celery
3 carrots
2 turnips
1 beef shin bone
3 teaspoons salt
Croutons (fried bread cubes!
Dice chicken and beef; place in two-gallon pot with bone and
cover with cold water, allowing room for boiling. Add salt, bring
to a boil on high heat, reduce heat, cover, and himmer 2,s hours.
While meat is simmering, peel and clean the vegetables.
Cut into narrow strips (julienne style) and add to the meat;
simmer, covered, \3 hour more. Serve in soup dishes with equal
amounts of diced beef, chicken and vegetables in the broth. Top
with croutons. Serves six.
Kahhi Lipschitz To Disease Cease-Fire At 1st Late Service
Late Friday services will be in-
augurated at Beth Tbrah Congre-
ration this weekend when Dr. Max
Lipschitz, spiritual leader presents
an 8:15 p.m. sermon analyzing the
Mideast pi ace talks.
Rabbi Lipschitz is guardedly op-
timistic about the outcome of the
peace negotiations -he feels that
at least some of the conflicts will
hi resolved, possibly bringing the
WJIIR Broadcast
Resuming Friday
The live broadcast of the Sab-
bath Eve services from Temple
Israel of Greater Miami will l.
sumc Friday night, over radio
station WJHR-FM, (96.3 on the
dial I beginning at 8 o'clock.
This will mark the tenth yeai
of such broadcasts from Temple
Israel. The only Jewish service
aired in the Greater Miami area,
the broadcasts which are spon-
sored by Temple Israel's Sister-!
hood as one of its projects to help
the sick and shut-ins. have attract-
ed a wide audience over the years.
WJIIR is again cooperating with
Temple Israel in presenting both
the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kip-
pur eve services in full from Con-
vention Hall, where the Reform
Jewish congregation's members
worship on the High Holy Days
because of the necessity of seating
close to .i 000 persons.
War of attrition between Israel
and the Arab States to an end.
Jest as the spectre of nuclear
warfare has been a deterrent to
international conflagrations, the
rabbi believes the risk of a eon-
frontatlon between Russia and the
United States may prevent a con-
tinuation of the war in the Middle
Bast. But all parties concerned,
including the United Nations as
well as the Big Four should be
lirectlng their efforts towards
the achievement of |>eace.
Rabbi Lipschitz is certain tnc
Jewish people have survived in the
depths of despair because of the
optimistic philosophy and their un-
flagging faith in the face of crisis.
Although American Jews can not
morally put Israel's best political
interests ahead of those of the
United States, neither can the;, t.
by silently while the plan projXM d
by Sen. J. William Fulbright to
impose a solution regardless of the
feelings of the countries Involved
is put into action. Sen. Fulbright's
latest proposition, the rabbi de-
clared, once again has demon-
strated that he has little or no
regard for Israel's best interests.
QIOTABLK QPOTKS
"How good and how pleasant it
is brethren to dwell together."
- -Psalms.

NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH CENTER
will conduct
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
at the beautiful
HARBOR ISLAND SPA AUDITORIUM
9700 Harbor Island
CANTOR LEON SEGAL
will officiate
Tickets are $50.00 per couple and S25.00 for single
persons and may be obtained any evening except Friday
between 7:30 and 9:30 P.M. at the Social Room of Treasure
House South, 7501 E. Treasure Dr., North Bay Village. Seat-
ing will be arranged according to priority of purchase. For
information phone 865-9050.
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Friday, September 4, 1970 F:
This Week In History
L,
(From th flies of the .T.wi-h
Telegraphic Agency)
40 Years Ago This Week: 1930
German newspai>or Zeituns
I licted another world war if thi
Karional Socialists won the 1930
elections.
Herman Levy. 45-year-o!d busi-
nessman who started as an East
Side newsl>oy, was reported mak-
ing SI million from his idea for
centralizing offices' stegnographie
end telephone setuiK.
Exiled Leon Trotsky said in
Vienna he was giving up politics
for literature.
Vaad Harabonim. the federation
of Orthodox New York rabbis, for-
i committee to help end the
scandal of kosher butchers selling
non-kosher meats and staying
optn on the Sabbath.
The Yiddish Communist pre>s In
Moscow assailed the "dark con-
spiracy" of Zionists, Jewish So-
cialists and two top rabbis design-
ed to topple the Soviet system.
T.ne publishers of Roget's Thesa-
urus, reacting to Anti-Defamation
League objections, deleted "cunn-
ing, rich, usurer, extort:oner, here-
tic'' as synonyms for "Jew."
Georges de Porto-Riche, the "fa-
ther of modern French drama."
who was denied membership in
the French Academy until 19l'3
because of anti-Semitism, died ir
Tar:- at SL>.
Banker Eugene Meyer Jr..
i >1 by President Hoover as
governor of the Federal Resw'
i. i. became the first top Jew-
i Federal appointee sine.' Louis
Brandeis was named to the
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discover little known facts
iru-lsh hlitory. The t;.it of n-
, .,..,, |8 on iluiv in tN> Fm-tn-
i,.rL- area, of Wett Germany.
.under Sat heading EDITOR'S
It is of deep significance that,
.,. 30 years after the Holocaust,
gravestones taken from the
Numbers. Jewish cemetery more
than 600 years ago have b-?en re-
turned to the local Jewish com-
ity in a very moving and
.nit ceremony. The rites that
took place in the funeral chapel
o^ Xurnhorg's new Jewish ceme-
t'.-v on May 3. 1970 relate to
events in the years 1330 to 13'0
c.:-:
During that period, the Jewis
community of Nurnberg '.aid t
I ieir final rest four members <
its congregation. The si'e of th
c unetery in which these 14tl
century Jews were interred is
B'JU known, although it is no long-
er in use.
The burials tock place just prior
t > the outbreak cf the dread Black
Death which ravaged western
v pe in 1348, when history re-
thal the Jews of Nurnberg
isely accused of pii-onine
nells and of causing the p -' I-
The fact that the Jews a a
. >,; from th.- h i : of the
had little effeel >n the
stricken m bs. A- c >t
ntire J \ nmunlty
. expelled from >rg and
many Jews moved into neighbor-
ing Furth. as well as to other'
parts of Germany.
In 1352, according to the re-;
cords, four gravestones won
en from the medieval Jewish ecu-. -
tery and transferred to the St.]
Lorenz Church, a magnificent
cathedral in downtown Nurnberg ;
rhey were then cut into shape"'
enabling them to be used as part
of a spiral staircase In the south
dome of the church.
The Hebrew lettering on the!
-tones was hidden from view, and
they became a permanent fixture
of the church. Some 600 years lat-
er, thanks to the efforts of church
officials and Jewish communal rep-
resentatives, the gravestones were j
removed from the cathedral and
restored to the Jewish community |
of Nurnberg.
The ceremony was attended by
dignitaries of the city of Nurnberg.
officials of St. Lorenz Church,
representatives of the Jewish com-
munities of Nurnberg and Furth
and many others who turned out
to witness this spectacle. The ma-
jor address was delivered by Arno
Hamburger, vice-president of th"
Jewish religious community of
Nurnberg. In a stirring and touch-
ing presentation, the speaker trac-
ed the efforts of those involved,
both Christian and Jew, to effect
the return of the stones ever sine
that fatefui moment when Mr '
urger had picked up a re-
ference to them in a book on the'
Jews of Nurnberg,
All concerned were very help- j
ful and desirous of returning the
stones to the cemetery. However
they were afraid that the staircase |
might collapse if the stones were
removed. Their fears were set to
rest after consultation and advice
from several experts on stone edi-
fices.
The gravestones themselves arc |
incomplete. The Hebrew characters
to move mountains for itonesl
that th idi a : hood
and tranquilit) among men can
t [hems
As one ip in this Bad
evenl in the history of the Jewish
people of ancient Germany, one
can sense anew the meaning of the
awe-inspiring words of the Prophet;
Isaiah, echoing across the cen-
turies, that there shall come ,-
time when "Thy sun shall no more
go down. Neither shall thy moon
withdraw itself; for the Lord shall
he thine everlasting light, and the
days of thy mourning shall be
ended."
Adath Yeshurun Elects
Cantor Shub Kazzan
Cantor Nathaniel Schub of New
York City has bei n elected to the
tosition of Hazzan, according t)
I Teim k Adath Y sh irun an-
nouno nv nt. arid-will be taking ';[>
his new duties there in about two
weeks.
Cantor Schub, a native 'if New
lersey, was educated at th-' Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, Julliard
School of Music and Hunter Col-
lege. A veteran of World War If,
he has served Congregation Beth
Ora, Montreal, Quebec, and Tem-
ple Beth El, Rockaway Park. N Y.,
and has been a prominent voice
teacher, with offices in Carnegie
Hall. He also obtained a law de-
gree and is a member of the New
York Bar Association.
on the first one indicate that e
woman whose name ended with j
Sheba (either Elishcba or Bath-!
sheba perhaps i died in the yeai '
1333. The second bears no name
but is that of a male who passed
away on a Friday which was th<
7th of Shevat in an unknown year
The third is that of a man who
died on a Thursday in the month
of Iyar in the year 5070 (corres-
ponding to the secular year 1330).
The fourth is unidentifiable.
The return of these stones to the
Jewish community of Nurnberg
demonstrates, once again, the un-
assailable fact that, when pooplf
of good will come together in r
spirit of friendship and coopera-
tion, what emerges is the power
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tar

Slfan Sustained By Law
l.:il)lii Landau
By RABBI SOI. LANDAU
B'th David roiHTflJBtt
There is hardly a discus- in
rd these clays which does not
c nto'.n an attack on law or'and,
- judicial system. It appears|
t r o m t h e i e
statements as U
laws arc only to
serve "special In-
terests." Such
assertions are
often supported
by pointing to
bribery c a a e i
and outdated
laws. Little won-
der that the l>as-
need Joi man-
kind to have '
i.s lost in this
f ni'd picture. In (act, Judaism,
lie. the divine source of the
ml Law as one of its premise*. |
Ttis weekly To rah lesson of Shof-
1 -n contains an enunciation of thus
, it ion.
Judcres and officers shaft thou
I ke thee in all thy gates .
In y shall judge the people with
t righteous judgtaant" (Deut. lfi:
j |. These are the ojiening words
ol this week's Biblical message
jr.-.J they constitute the basis of
tt court system upon "righteous
D 'tjment." This further finds ex-
; : ssion through the challenge:
', istice. justice shnlt thou pursue.
. ." CDeut. 16:20) This compell-
ii injunction to pursue justice is
i- -ponsible for the development of
s highly structured legal system
in Judaism developed from the
i it ten law" through the oral
! t. the "responsa."
-1 is valid to deduce that a court
v ich has lost the confidence of
the people for such off eases us
tickle divorce" racket that was
'.....:i' ly reixirtcd affect 5.600 cou-
i< s in several states, and many
yoff offenses, revealed almost
ily, must give the impression
t i( the law Ls used as a cover.
Thou shalt not wrest judgment; .
thou shalt not rojpoct penons;|
thor shall thou take a gift; for
glfl doth blind the eyes of the j
v -e ind pervert the words of the I
) hteous." admonishes the Torah. j
V t without law based on justice, '
man is bound to find himself in
anarchy. Government itself must
be based on laws of mutual respect
for everyone but needs to be con-
cerned especially with the protec-
tion of the weak and the under-
privileged.
How easily a ruler might fall
into the trap disregarding the Lavs
and a method to protect him from
it. is also found in this week's
Torah lesson. "And it shall be.
when he sitteth upon the throne
of his kingdom that he shall a rite
him a copy of this law in a book,
. and it shall be with him. and
he shall read thereon all the days
of his life; that he may learn to
revere the Lord his God, to keep
all the WOKS ot" this law and these
statutes to do them." (Deut. 17:
18-19
Here the Bible insists that the
king always be reminded that there
is a higher law than even his of-
fice itself which everyone, includ-
ing himself, is subject to. The
Talmud says that at the time of
coronation two copies of the Torah
were written, one of which was
placed in the royal archives and
the other the king had to carry
with hint wherever he went. As
the last sentence of the seven-
teenth of Deuteronomy says: "That
his heart be not lifted up above
his brethren, and that he turn not
aside ."
Judaism is a way of life which
is to function through laws which
hove its source in the supreme
judge and lawgiver. It makes a
distinction between moral and
judicial, between civil and criminal
law, between laws of warfare and
laws of peace. It reckons with vio-
lations and offenses which are
committed without intention as
well as with malice. It shows the
difference between laws as it af-
fects relationship between man
and man and between God and man.
From the Seven Noahide Laws
through the laws of the Torah, the
objective of all laws for mankind
-in Isaiah's words- "quietness and
confidence forever."
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the Western Wall?
There seems to be a question
amongst some authorities as to
whether the Western Wall as we
know it was the Western Wall
surrounding the Temple Mount in
Jerusalem or the Western Wall of
the Courtyard of the Temple. Most
agree today that it is the West-
I ern Wall of the Temple Mount.
! Since it is the only wall which
I seems to be left after the de- i
struct ion of the original Temple,
it has great significance. This ares
i is the holiest area in the world for
the Jewish people.
Why is It called the Wailing
Wan?
[
Two reasons stand out for this
j appellation. At night the stones
are covered with dew and an old
tradition claims that this dew
represents the tears that the wall]
itself sheds while weeping over
i the people in Israel who are hi]
1 exile. Some say these tears are
i now tears of joy since Israel again
lives in Jerusalem.
Another reason for calling it the
Wailing Wall is that for centuries
since the destruction of the Tem-
ple the Jewish people came to this
wall to wall and bemoan the loss
of the Temple. In accordance with
this tradition, since the Temple
has not yet been rebuilt, the wall
could still be called a Wailing Wall.
Who built this Wall?
Tradition has it that King David
himself prepared this wall as a
foundation according to II Chroni-
cles 12:22-29. Some claim this i.s
the reason this wall was never de-
stroyed. They base it on the state-
ment from the Talmud (Sotah 91
which stated that Moses and Dav-
ids' works were never destroyed
by their enemies.

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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shoftim
SHOFTIMYou shall appoint magistrates and clerks for
>our tribe-, In all the settlements that the LORD your God is
giving you. and they shall govern the people with due justice.
You shall not judge unfairly: you shall show no partiality; you
hall not take bribes, for bribes blind the eyes of the discerning
and upset the plea of the jus;. Justice, justice shall you pursue,
that you may thrive and occupy the land that the LORD your
God is giving you.
If a case is too baffling for you to decide, be it a controversy
over homicide, civil law, or assaultmatters of dispute in your
courts- you shall promptly repair to the place which the LORD
your God has chosen, and upi>car before the lev itical priests, or
the magistrate in charge at the time, and present your problem.
When they have announced to you the verdict in the case, you
shall carry out the verdict that is announced to you from that
place which the LORD chose, observing scrupulously all their
instructions to you.
You shall act in accordance with the instructions given you
and the ruling handed down to you; you must not deviate from
the verdict that they announce to you either to the right or to
the left. Should a man act presumptuously and disregard the
priest charged with serving there the LORD your God, or the
magistrate, that man shall die. Thus you will sweep out evil from
Israel: all the people will hear and be afraid and will not aci
presumptuously again.
When you enter the land that the LORD your God is giving
you. you shall not learn to imitate the abhorrent practices of
those nations. Let no one be found among you who consigns his
son or daughter to the fire, or who is an augur, a soothsayer, a
diviner, a sorcerer one who casts spells, or one who consults
ghosts or familiar spirits, or one who inquires of the dead. For
anyone who does such things is abhorrent to the LORD, and it
is because of these abhorrent things that the LORD your God is
dispossessing them l>eforc you. You must be wholehearted with
the LORD your God. These nations that you are about to dis-
possoes do indeed resort to soothsayers and augurs; to you, how-
ever, the LORD your God has not assigned the like.
The IX5P.D your God will raise up for you a prophet from
among your own i>eople. like myself, him you shall heed. This is
just what you asked of the LORD your God at Horeb. on the day
of the Assembly, saying "Let me not hear the voice of the LORD
my God any longer or see this wondrous fire any more, lest I die."
Whereupon the LORD said to me, "They have done well in speak-
ing thus. I will raise up a prophet for them from among then-
own people, like yourself: I will put My words in his mouth and
he will speak to them all that I command him: and if anybody
fails to heed the words he speaks in My name, I Myself will call
him to account. But any prophet who presumes to speak in My
name an oracle which I did not command him to utter, or who
speaks in the name of other godsthat prophet shall die."
And should you ask yourselves, "How can we know that the
oracle was not spoken by the LORD?"- If the prophet speaks
in the name of the LORD and the word does not come true, that
word was not spoken by the LORD; the prophet uttered it pre-
sumptuously: do not stand in dread of him. (Deut. 16:18-21.
17:8-13,18:9-22) $jgj
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Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
CENTER
44
Gross
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BETH AM (TEMPLE,. 5950 N. Ken.
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Fr'.Uny 6:30 p.m. Saturday '.' a ni. mid
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BETH KODF.SM. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
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Pi day at sunset. Saturday 8:46 am
S.-mon: "Wo Labor In Vain." ti:4".
p.m. Portion of I aw. 7:13 p.m Ser-
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conaervative
14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
2ION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd
Conaervative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy.
Friday 7:36 p.m. Saturday :i am. Bar
Miizvah: ltoniild Jay, son "f .Mr. nnrl
Mr... Bernard B. Walntrnub; and
si. vcn. eon of Mr. ami Mm David
Singer.
25
Ja2ft...&. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
BETH TOV (Temple). 438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon I
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea S
PI .lay .7 p.m. Saturday '.i a.m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19tb St. Reform. 10
Kabbi Joseph R Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 28th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
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OR OLDM St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
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Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel, Cantor
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Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
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BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
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Rabbi Dow Roaencwaig. 83
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrdeld.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
ME NORA H (TEMpTe). 620 75th St
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Banita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, 3Q
SEPHARDIC JEWISH" CENTER. 645
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CONGREGATION ETI CHAIM, 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
Hillel 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
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Cantor Leon SeaaT. 32.a
north m;I;.;Tbeach
aoatw yeshurun (te4hple). t025 i
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
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Cantor Nathaniel Schub.
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BETH TORAH HE 14th St. at 11th I
Ave Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
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B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. jg .
SINAI (TEMPLE)*of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph f. Kingaley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermun: "Six Pays
Ttiou Shalt l^ilinr t.ut Hi.- S.-nmh
T>i.y Is The Sabbath l'nt The Lord "
.Saiurdny 18 :M u.m Torah Portion.
to* Mitevikh: Halo Schantt; and
Mlc-haW Solomon.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E. HALIANOALE
""r.rdVrT r,hodo,<' Rbb' Jonin -. HALLANOALE JEWISH
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mon: "Will larael Become Anotliei ,
Vietnam?" 7:1" p.m. Mlncha. HOLLYWOOD
YOUNG Icioaci oer r-oc.T-.rr. BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Ave
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mSuJSUuJSAT- 0r,hodo*9- 5*H v':' '!'"',-"''""'; -f ">*z
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Mlt.vah: Robert, aon of far" and Jl" Laiaure^" Prea0h "" ***" ""
Bdward Singer. l.w-ui.. ____ ____
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St. Conservative Rabn.
Morton Malavaky. Cantor Irv.r;
Gold. 48
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiri
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 4."
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JUD6A (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
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per. 40
2AMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
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Friday ; p.m, Baturdny 8:4j a.m. 1..--
miii of th<- Torah and Interpretation
' p.m. Mlncha.
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J
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SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Raobi Morris A. Ukop.
Cantor Erneat Scbreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Tow
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O Vine
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Sept. tCh. 4. 8:30 n.m.-The First Estate
Topic: "Labor" I
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Panel: Rabbi Sol Landau, representatives of Arch-
diocese of Miami and Fellowship of Churches.
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Friday. September 4. 1970
Jf ?* isti Ffcrid/ton
Page :
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Rrni and <".eri Levitt and their
i. en-age daughter, Lynn, are
back .it their home after doing
the Spanish and North African
]\er Tamid Enters
Bar Mitzvah Year
Temple Ner Tamid. now enter-
ing its Bar Mitzvah Year, will In
keeping the synagogue office open
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday for the
,-oi venicnee ot the many persons
ho have inquired regarding mem-
bership in recent weeks, its presi-
dent, Herman I- Shaw, has an-
nounced.
A limited number of seats in
the main sanctuary an' still avail-
able, the Membership Commute >
chairman, Murray A. Shaw, re-
orted. Details may be obtained
from the temple office, he said.
i: istration is continuing at tin
temple office, T!);)2 Carlyle Ave.,
ur the Temple Nn- Tamid Relit;
.'(.'is Schi ol, which "ill hold its
first sessions Tuesday. The school
is again under the direction ol
Kmanui l Feder, principal and
director for the past fotu
- The intensifii d youth pro-
i will be continued, it was re-
i rl, highlighting the activities
(ii the school.
custom
catering
s /or
very special people.
Every detail handled
with expert cure.
Superb cuisine t> service
tvilho personal flair.
Magnificent facilities
for parties from
' 15 to 1500.
routine. After a week in Madrid
and Toledo, they settled down at
Esposito, about 30 miles cast of
the Mock of Gibraltar, and jusl
loafed, making occasional side
trips to Tangicrs in Morocco and
the small towns of Costa del Sol
(southern Spain). Geri said her
trip through the Casbah had just
about everything except Charles
Boyer, and Lynn loved the whole
trip except for the bullfights
where she cried for the hull. But
the highlight for all of them was
visiting the old Sephardlc syna-
gogues established in Tole lo
some 1500 years ago. Although
they loved the food in Spain.
their first stop hack in Miami
was for dinner at the Palm Bay
faib
Freeman .1. N'rvlns, vice pres-
id nt of Flakier Federal Savings
and Loan, has been named presi-
dent ol" the Socletj i Savings
and Loan M'irtv:i'{i- and Service
Of I Id is of South Florida.
Works Of 16 Artists On
Display At Mire!! Gallery
The works of 16 Gn ater Miami
ind Key Vest artists will mala
ip the S' e mil S iirtmer Group
- i for 1970" ''"'' Mlrell Gal-
lery, 3421 Main I Ivy.. Coconut
rjri i. a free i > il li.- from l to 5 p.m. Tuesdays
through Saturdays until Oct. 1.
"Aljaman," an outstanding local
artist, will be exhibiting two of his
| acrylic polymer "foillagc" paint-
The two "foillages" are en-
titled "Two Roses" and "Blue-
Silver."
Oldest, Youngest Voters
Fascell's Special Guests
Congressman Dante Fascell ha-
rcqucsted assistance in locating
the oldest and youngest regist* red
ol r in l lade < bounty to be spec-
ial guests at h's 21*1 Annual Laboi
Day Picnic. It will not matte
whether the voter is Democrat,
Republican or Independent. n
number ol same other parly, but]
registration must be verified. En-j
nies most be phoned In to picnic
headquarters by noon Friday.
Th" ("ongressman will lead o'
brigade of youthful litter picker-
uppers after the picnic, accord ins
to chairman Jeff Rosinek. He has
vowed to stay until dark if noes-
sary to make sore the picnic at-.i'
was left spic-and-span. The rc-
gponso to a request for help
especially from the youncer mem-
bers of the Picnic Committee, has
been o\ erw helminT.
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Friday. September 4, 1370
lEGAl KOTXE
1ECA1 KOTICI
LEGAL KOTICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 7VM3*S2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WIFREDO HUOl'BT SANCHEZ.
Plaintiff.
vs.-
ANA MARIA PEREZ CADA1.ZO,
Defendant.
TO: ANA .MARIA PEREZ CADALZO
Amislafl 4f>6
Apartment No. 3t)2
Havana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
i .-. insl you, a.id you an- heresy re-
quired to sei-ve a copy of your answer
Of other pleading to the Cem"lait '-n
he Plaintiffs attorney. JOHN J. OAL-
LAPtHBit, 14.'.4 N.W. 17in Avenue.
Miami, Florida 33126, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
r-tyled Court, on or before the 5th day
of October, 1970, or a default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 28th day of August.
1970.
(Circuit Court Seal)
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
9/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 70-15457
NOTICE OF ACTION
NORMAN PEETLUK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PBOOT ANN PEETl.UK.
Defendant.
TO: PEGGY ANN PEETLUK
4.12 Walnut I-ane
Henderson. Kentucky
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for annulment has been
filed against you and you are required
1' serve a copy of your written de-
lenses, if a.iy, to it on CYPEN &
NEVINS. attorneys for plaintiff.
whose address is sl\" Arthur God-
1 Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
tihove styled court on or before Or-
1 ber 2nd. 1970; otherwise n default
*. 'I be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
I'.i- Court on Auk- 26th 1970,
(On ull Court Real)
B B LEATHERMAN
As Clerk of the C.itirl
By; MARGUERITE KENT
As i>......ly Clerk
CYPEN & NEVINS
Attorney, for Plaintiff
826 Arthur Godfrey Road
Beai It, Florida
9 :: 17-1
9 1.11-18-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
u|.; is HEREBY OP/EN that j
derslgned, desiring to engage in I
business under the fictitious name of
VENUE MARKET al 2740 N W.
17ih Avenue, Miami, Florida Inti "1 t"
Id name Ith tl I 'li rh i I
Cln ull i',,un of llade County,
rlda.
Ruben Moral) -
Adnlfn Corteso
Relnaldo < lonsah I
MON] .1 WOLF
i i. i Partli ,
: I .', Flagler Bin i :
'
9/4-11-18-25
IN "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14439
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ALBERT EXCELLENT,
i intlff,
vs
I EJNISE M EXCELLENT,
i dant.
'i DENISBM. EXCELLENT
Rue Gabard N<> 24
Petlon Vllle, Haiti
West Indies
"Y"!'R ARE HEREBY notified that
mplalnl foi Divorce has I.....i
filed agalnat you, and you are here-
in required to serve a copy of your
;er or other pleading t<> the i!< m
p] ll on the l'laintiff's attori
LESTER ROGERS, 1454 N ,\V. 17th
ie, Miami, Florida 21125, and
file the original with the Clerk of
i bovc styled Court, on '>r before
Ihe ll'.h day "f Sept, 1970, or a De-
fault will be entered against you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
By: C. GOODMAN
8/14-21-2K t 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
' -- No. 70-15094
JAMES R HALL,
Plaintiff,
LORELLE E HALL,
Deiendttnt.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: LORELLE E. HALL
1271 Beverly Road
McLean. Virginia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce ii.- been
filed against you .....i you are i -
quired to serve a copy of your plead-
ing to the complaint on the plaintiff's
attorneys HOLLANDER & PESTCOE.
708 City National Bank Ituilding. 25
West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
33130, and file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the clerk of
the above court on or before Septem-
ber 25, 1970. 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 lth
day of August. 1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN. CLERK
By: C. P. COPELAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
t/28 9/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE l,Uui< t,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2680
In RE: Estate oi
CLaRA McCANDLESS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r quir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of clara McCANDLESS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of I...... County.
end file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Fioridu,
within six calendar months from the
time of tin first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 7th
day if August, AD. 1970.
- WALLACE N. MAER
Ah Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of August, 1970.
WALLACE N. MAEit.
405 Blscayne Bldg Miami, Fla. 33130
Attorney lor Administrator
8/14-21-28 9 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
I JESTER RESTAURANT at >.".ls
C< ral Way. Miami, Florida Intends to
I r said name with the Clerk Of
Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RESTAURANT WEST, INC
retl y. r.oiii. nber.a Secretarj
s:.is I-. ,.,. ,. B)
Miami. Florida
S :: : 4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO? NVH
In RE: Estate of
MORRIS KATZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors awl All Persons Hav-
ing 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 MORRIS KATZ deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, 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 snrne will he barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of Aug., A.D. 1970.
l.EAH KATZ
DOROTHY POSNER
As Bxecutriees
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day o' August. 1970.
PRED AND NEWMAN
Robert H. Newman
Atforppv for Estate'E^eolltrires
801-805 Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
8/28 9/4-11-18
Obituaries
PUSHKIN
DEKRA H 15. of 1240 SW 20 St.
passed away Wednesday, She was a
native of Miami. She was a sopho-
more at Miami Senior High School
and a member of the Phi Delta
Gamma Sorority and the USY. Sur-
viving are her parents Dr. & Mrs.
Emanuel Pushkin, sister Joan, pa-
ternal grandparents Mr. A Mrs
Isaac Pushkin. M.B. maternal grand-
mother Mrs. Annie Pinna.", .nlaml.
Services were held Friday at River-
side Chapel.
WALDMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enrare I
In business under the fictitious name
of FRIEDMAN'S BAKERY at MS
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida Intends to register said nsme
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Co.mtv. Florida.
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S
BAKERY. INC
formerly known as
OMCR INC.
By: HARRY SIEGEL
President
RICHARD* npniis
Attorneys for Applicant
'" Lincoln Rou.i.
Miami Beach. Florida
i. li-il-tt <. 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:h.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in bUSlnesi Ul ler the fictitious names
ol SID RUBIN AUTO GENERAL
INSURANCE AGENCY; SIB RUBIN
BAIL BONDS at 146 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach Intends to register said
nami with the Clerk ol the Circuit
i ui of Di mnty, Florida,
SIDNEY s. RUBIN
s 28 S i-ii-is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ffEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol GEORGE v. LANZA at 1201 Brlck-
ell Avenue. Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
thi Circuit Court of Dade County,
F! rlda.
GEORGE V LANZA, P A.
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for George V. Lama, P.A.
167 Almeria Avenue
( oral Gables, Florida 33134
8/28 9/4-11-1S
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate youi
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
No. 70-S491
In RE: Estate of
BERTHA CHIPKIN,
i n i east d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All redl re and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim, or Demands Against bald
Estate:
You an hereby notified and required
to present any rlalmr and demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate ul BERTHA t 111, ivL> Ul a. !
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dane County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 718.16, Florida S\at-
u:-1, in their offices in the County
Ccurthouse In Dade County, Florida,
n/lthln six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
ilo same will b< barred,
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of August. A.D 1970
SAMUEL OBLLMAN
a- Executor
First publication of this notice on
the -8th day of August, 1970
HARRY ZUKERNICK
An* rney for Executor
4j" Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
28 S 4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDs.CS COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2944
In RE: Estatl of
A.\NE NASE HARVEY,
Dec* ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Dementis Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
QUlred piesenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estatl <.. ANNE NASE HAUVKY
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Cnuntv !
anil file the came in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices m the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of August, A.D. 197''.
MARTHA N. LOVING
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of August, 1970.
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for
ESTATE OF ANNE NASE HARVEY
167 Almeria Avenue,
Coral Gables. Fla.
.14-2T-2S9/4
NOTICE UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to i | gs
h business under the fictitious name i
of iiAKLAXD INVESTMENT at
5825 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, c/o Bvs Binder rnlend to1
register said name with the Clerk '
'', '.T Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
EVA BINDER
IDA T|"M a t'Kiv
AUDREY SCHNEIDER
MARK S'LVHItSTEIN
40 Lincoln Rond
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Applicant
8/14-21-28 t 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-14555
SUIT FOP DIVORCE
MARTHA <:i"NTER,
Plaintiff,
vs
REX HUNTER,
I fendant
TO Rex Ounter, Defendant
i o Mrs Edward Smith
i'!'. Hnminarslde Avenue
Chessklll, New Jersi y 07, ,-.
Toil. HEN (II'NTER. are herebv
notified that a Comolalnl for 1
has been filed against you. and you
are required to nerve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Con
on the Plaintiff's attorney ARTHUR
.1 WOLFSON 405 Blscayne Building 1
Miami. Florida 33136 and file the
.....lnal Answer or PI. adlng In the
office of the cierk ol the Clrcull
court on or before the Kih day of
September 1970. If you fail lo d, ...
ludgmenl by default will he
against yon for the relief demanded
In the Comnlalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 11th .lay of August A.D.
E I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Clrcull Court, Dad.- o..,in'v Florida
By: C P COPELAND
Denuty Clerk
fCircuit Curt Peal 1
ARTHUR J. WOLFSON
4'ir, Blscayne Building
Attorney for Plaintiff
Miami, Florida 33130
8/14-21-26 9 4
Me. Y'M* 73. of 1*01 Prnlrlc Ave..
M.B. passed away In N.Y. after a
brief Hiness. Sue had been a resi-
dent since 1946 ond was the widow
Of the late Rabbi Joseph Waldman
if the Waldman Hotel family. Sur-
viving arc 3 sons Samuel and Morris.
M.B. and Irving. Long Beach, N.Y.,
6 daughters Mrs Kyia Iandcsman.
Mrs. Anna Deutsch, Mrs. Shirley
Berkowitz, all of M.B., Mrs. Ixdly
Treitmnn. N.M.B.. Mrs. Ree'na
l.evlnmn. Atlanta, (la. and Mrs.
Helen Konpel, Lawrence. LI.. 29
grandchildren, Services were held
Friday in Riverside Chanel with in-
terment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
El l.IS. Rehn. 68, I99 Brickell Ave
Gordon. Interment Mt. Neho.
GRAY, Eugene. 78. .".161 Colli.is Ave.,
M B Riverside.
GRF1ENWAI D, Ijiuro Ellen, 13, 1959
S W. 12th St. Cordon. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
KAHN. Sarah 0., 7s. 163 Northshore
Dr., M.B. Newman.
KLINE. Dora C, "' 4441 Collins Ave.,,
M B Riverside
KALI8H, Bmanuel, 77. "." N.W. 204th
Si Riverside
KIN7.IE. Ida 7:1. lSJs Hay ltd., M.B.
Kivcrsid..
LYONS, Sarah. 83, 77S0 Tatum Water-
way Dr M 1: New man
SERITKIN, Abraham, 83. I0J0 Meri-
dian Ave M It. Cordon.
SI! IPIRO, 1 0..1 .. 7J, 630 78th St..
M B. Blasberg.
DINES, Sara. 1- 6491 8.W. 78rd Si.
s M'ami Riverside.
DURKATS, Simon, 81, 7:"' Northshore
Dr., M.B. Riverside
BPHRAIM. Aaron. 89, 130 Lake Shore
Dr., Hallandale. Riverside,
BVELOFF, Clara, 7". 5700 Collins
\v. M 11 Riverside,
FBI D.MAN'. Minnie, v^. 1038 Collins
ve., M B Riverside
HOWARD, .la.k. 7". M N.W. 188th
St., N.M.B Newman.
KNAPP, David, 77. 1500 Hay ltd,
Rlvi rsldi
ROTH. Milton II.. 71. 4J" N.W. 490
Ave. Rlvei fl*
STRONGWATER, Jacob, 71. 1506 Baj
Rd M.B Rli
STUART. Stsnlev R ) 2S1S SW
3Sth Ave Gordon. Interment SI.11
of David,
HALPER, Doris, 66, 233 80th CM
M.B. Riverside.
MAZZAGLIA. Tina. 58, 15600 N R
Sixth Ave. Riverside.
SMELONSKY. Sonla. 84. 139 Mert
dian Ave., M.B. Gordon. Int. 1
Mt. Neho.
SONENBLUM. Albert. 44, 4441 Ci
llns Ave., M.B. Blasberg.
BO8NOVIX, Libby, 1011 9th St Mb
Bl-OCK. Abraham, 82. 610 8th' c,
M.B. Riverside. '
DBUTSCH, Hyman, 81, 1230 \v..t
Ave.. M.B. Blasberg. '
GOLDSTEIN. Helen. 65, 901 N W
197th Ter Blasberg. "
NOR WALK. Murray. 64. 1670 Lin.
coin Ct., M.B. Blasberg.
SINC.MAN. Nat. 58. 330 85th Si
Mil Riverside. '
ELKIN, Louis. 72. 7829 Carlyle Avf
MB Riverside. e''
GORDON. Philip. 62, 4985 Ponce c".
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. River.
side. Interment Star of David
HUTTER. Irving. 62, 1870 S.W.'lfih
St. Cordon. Interment Mt. Nebo
HYMAN. Irving, 61, 925 Bay Dr M R
Blasberg. *
KEA. William Carl, Sr.. 51, 4833 Col-
lins Ave. M.B. Blasberg.
KINO. Ell. 41. 730 N.E. 163rd Bt
Riverside. Interment Mt Neho
PASSEN. Irving. 7310 Harding Av
MB. Blasberg.
SISSMAN. Alice. 5S. 2431 Bri Ave. Gord<-'n.
WOHL. Cells, 80. 151 N.E. 52nd 81
Riverside.
KOCH. David. 80, 800 Washington
Ave. M.B Riverside.
LEVINS, Sam. 78. 16740 N.E. Ninth
Ave. Levitt.
MARCUS. Anna G., 61. 1200 West
Ave M.B, Riverside.
PRESTON. Robert E. 4S. 7531 N.W,
32nd Ave. Newman.
YATES, Margaret Ella, 67, 320 N r.
lMh St. Riverside.
DBROW, Annie. S8. r.r.n Ninth 61,
M.B. Blasberg. Interment Slar f
David.
HOLIO, ,Tu''ii-. S7, 1200 West Ave,
M.B. Riverside. Interment Mt. \. 1,.
HARRIS, Lester D., 88, '::" V. Bi
i' rboi D- Bay Hart* r. Riven rt<
KLEIN, Fa inle, 72, 818 8th St., M.p.
1; irdon Inti rment Mt Nebo
LARNED, Benjamin B :"'.. 325 Meri-
dlan Avt M B Riverside
SCHI EIDER. Joseph. 73. 842 Merl-
dial. Av.-.. MB. Riverside. Inter.
menl Mt Sinai.
3HERB, Harry. SO, 300 N.E. 175th
St., N M B, Cordon.
STEVENS, Larry, 20. 570 N.E. !69th
St. Levitt. Interment Mt Slnnl.
1'ah IN, Saul. 48, 8461 Brickell Ave.
Blasberg
EISENBERO, Hose. 82. 605 Euclid
'. M B Gordon
PIEMAN, Nathan, 880 Collins Avi ,
M.B Rivet vide
HODES, Barney, 68, 2888 olllne Ave.,
M 1: Rlv< rslde.
LACHM> NN, Meta II., 76, 1811 "> .
Pi Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB >-AW I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
:. u .'hi cned. desiring to engage
in bustni Ul li r the fictitious name 1
of RAY MART CABINETRY IN-I
TERNATIONAL at ill1 W. 29th St.,
Hiaieah. Fla. intend to register said ,
name with the Clerk of LMe Circuit 1
Court of Dade County. Florida.
AD'iU'i 1 E MARTINEZ and
ILDELFONSO H ALVAREZ,
ow ners
21-28 8 4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '
the undersigned, desiring to engage 1
in business under the fictitious name
of SKINNY BREAD at 685 Washing-
ton Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
in'emis to register said name with
the Clerk 'if the Circuit Curt ol
Dade c.unly, Florida.
ORIGINAL FRIEDMAN'S
BAKERY, INC,
ft rmerly known as
'"..Mc'S. INC.
By: HARRY 8IEGEL
President
RICHARD fc QR< iss
Attorneys for Applicant
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
I 14-21-28 9/4
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-158
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIA VICTORIA MANSO,
Plaintiff,
RUBEN MANSO.
Defendant,
Tn: RUBEN MANSO
Residence Unknown
You. RUBEN MANSO. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complain! for
>ivnree has been filed ngnlnst you.
and you arc required to serve a copj
01 your Answer or Pleading to the
B.ll of Complain! on tae Plaintiff's
attorney, SIDNEY BFROK8ON, 612
Ainsley nuildlng. 14 N.E. 1st Ave
Miami. Florid.-.. 33132. and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of !he Circuit
Court on or before the 11th day of
September. 1970. If yu fall to do so,
judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 6th day of August, 1970
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
fClrcuit Court Seal)
SIDNEY EFRONSON
612 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
^utieraltf/iapel
Member:
National Funeral
P'rector- Assn.
Flo-Ida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
*:-0llW, M
Jllemorial Cnape/
"JEWISH IJNPA DIRECTORS"
LCCAl AID OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
13385 W DIXIE HWY N.M.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
I Open luery Day Closed Soibolli
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
Mibmi'i Only Strictly Jew,sh
Monument Drch r
EMANUEl GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
\~Jordon J-uneral 373-5533


riday. September 4. 1970
-Jmlsli mhrfdHrnr
Page 11-C
UM1 NOTICE
RT^
THE
,lnEaSo for dade county,
in a"w flob|oa
NO. 70-14553
notice of suit
Ieum fbuman,
pliilntifft
dlViNlFRl-MAN,
'*'<#$*!. tot/ma*
i-nwtkivn. Sew "rK
lr ARE HEREBY
TOO
NOTIFIED
iHir Answer
to the Complaint
this Court against
and
IEGAL NOTICE
IIGAI NOVICE
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UkuER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
iho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of I'NIVBKSITV DRAMATIC ARTS
of FI.OR1DA at in N.B 2nd Ave .
.Miami, Florida intend to restate!1 said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RAUL R. ol.IVA (owner 60%)
jose gajiallo R. (owner r.o'.r*
8/28 9/4-11-18
bar 1970, otherwise a Jute*
KLnt ma'be .ntcred against you for
*' r.H r 'demanded in the Complaint.
iw,,.l thi- K'h dav of August, 1970.
'" i- is lbatherman
ci.tL of 111.- Circuit Court
,-j',- iv c. n-ELAND
Deputy Clerk
ir,it Court Seal)
in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2145
In FIB: Botate of
St. ..-j- BBNNBTT
'" 'notice to creditors
vi Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
r Claims or lH-nuinds Against Said
i a are hereby notified and requir-
il in present any clalma and demands
Ui.-l. miii nmy have against the c-
f.i, of ROSE IIBNNBTT deceased
I nad County, Florida, to the
Founiy Judge* ..I Dade County, and
lil, I he name In duplicate and a.-, pro-
I Beel on '''' 18, Florida Btat-
-I,, ir office* ni the County
fnurtl u In Dade County .Florida,
^ ii h11. ilendar montha from the
of tli>- first publication hereof,
II amc will he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 4lh
D;,\ r August, A D. 1870.
MALCOLM II. FRIEDMAN
tdmlnistrator of the
r ; of Roae Rennet t
First publication of this notice en
1, _: day of Auiraat, 1970,
MAD "l.M II FRIEDMAN
fcj .- E i"i. il Strei t, .Miami, Fla.
s 21-St 9/4-11
I THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2366
. re Ratate of
||)A DENON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Credil i- ai 'I All Persona ibv-
ng ciaima or Demanda Against Said
Vou are hereby notified and reqnir-
d in present any clalma and demanda
Iwhlch you ma) have against the Ba-
tata of AHA DENON di.....ased late
if |i.ni. County, Florida, to the Coun-
> Judges of Dade County, and file the
samr in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.10, Florida Statutes, in
Hi.-: i.iiu-es in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
publication hereof.or the same
will be barred.
Illi at Miami. Florida, this 5th
da) of August, A.D. 1!7".
MiNN'lE i.rmvio
ANNA STERN
A* Administratrices
First publication of thta notice on
" da) ol August, 197o.
li IKRT 2UKERNWK
Imlnlatratrixea
| 120 1.1,1. oln Fti ad
8/14-21-8 9'4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2872
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Estate of
BTHBIi M, KENNELL,
D eased,
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hay-
ing Clalma or li. man.Is- Against Said
i
Vmi ..r. hereby notified and re-
iiuii.il to present any claims and de-
mand* which you may have against
the .-la'. ,,f BTHBI. M. KENNELL
deceased late ..f Had,. County, Flor-
ida, in the County Judge* of Dade
County, and file the same in dupll-
''Jte ami as provided in Section 733.18,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the t ..ui'ty Courthouse in Dado Coun-
ty, Florida, within -ix calendar montha
from thi time of the flrsl publica-
tion!. r..,f. r tni. rame wm i. barred.
Dili. I at .M:.,mi. Florida, this 24th
lay of August, A D. 1870
BEN ESSEN
As Administrator < T.A.
,wVl~\ ""Miration of this notice on
Rir4i"',',.',:'y"' A"tust. 11.70.
RICH A 1:1. K.SSKN
Aolf?c7','y '"r A,,mlnlRtratorC.T.A.
JJWAlnrtey Kidg.,
Miami, Fla.
8/28 9/4-11-18
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,
lMaintiff,
vs.
FRANCES BUUIIi
Defendant.
TO: FRANCES Hl'LMB
Defendant
c/o Mr. Ed Dnrmiin
4 Phillips Drive
Swanshoro, North Carolina 2S'iS4
You, FRANCES HULMB, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed again*! you.
and you arc required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill
of "Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, MAI'RICE JAY KI'TNER. Esq.,
1301 Northeast Airlines Hulldlng, lr.fl
S.E. 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. 1970. If >..u fail to do so.
judgment by difault will he taki n
against you for the relief demanded
In (he Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published on.-e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH Fl ORfDIAN.
Do.NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tills 17th day of August A.D.
1870.
B. B. LBATHRRMAN, Clerk
Circuit ."..uri. Dad.. County. Florida
Bj : C, P. 'PF.I.AND
11.-nuti Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAI HICK JAY KUTNER, ESQ.
1302 Northeast Airlines Building
160 S E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida SS131
Attorney for pi.inuiff
2i-2 9i-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3005
Dowhog
In RE: Estate of
.1. JAY KLINE
., I, .1 JOSEPH .1 KLINE
I 1. i-.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate: ,
You ore hereby notified and required
to present any clalma and demand*
whi.h vou may have against the es-
tate of J. JAY KLINE a/k/a JO-
SEPH J. KLINE deceased late ol
Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dad.- County, and file the
name in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their office* in thi County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar montha from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the some
u ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 21*1
day of August, A.D. 1970.
, s Jacqui line D, knit
Jacqueline l> Kott
As K\. 1 lllrix
First publication of thla notice on
the 28th day of August, 1970.
IRWLN K KOTT
12Z06 Rock Harden 1-ino
Miami, Florida 33156
Attorney for Executrix ._
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT,
IN AND FQR DADE COUNTY,
FLcOA-i-
No. 70-14770
DIETER H. TTPPB,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
MARIEOHAOAN TIPPE,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: MARIE O'EaGAN TTPPB
4- Abbott Avenue
Ocean Orove, New Jersey
VOU 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 any, to it on
TAUANOFF 4 WALLER, Attorney!.
for Plaintiff, whose address is 4^0
Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach, Florida
38138, and file the original with the
Clerk of the ahove-styled Court on or
before the 23nd day of September,
1870; otherwise a Judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said Court at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, on this 14th day of August,
1970.
E. V-. LBATHERMAN
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By: L SNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk
TA1.1ANOFF & WALLER
Attorney! for Plaintiff
4110 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
____________8'21-JS 8/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 86346
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Bstale of
FLORENCE V. SUOMINEN,
11., 1 ased.
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor "f iii>- estati
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND F'OR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14697
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS JACKALONB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELLEN Lois JACKALONB,
Defendant
TO: ELLEN LOIS JACKALONB
479 Hobnlsen Road
Carlsla.lt. New Jersey
You. ELLEN lit US JACKALONB,
arc hereby notified that a Bill Complain! for Divorce has ieen filed
against you, .-mil you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI of complaint on
the Plaintiff1* attorney, POLLACK K-
TOCOM, 17.. N.W. 7th Street, Suite
ion, Miami, Florida and file the origin-
al Answer or Pleading m the office of
ill.- Clerk of the circuit court on <>r
liefore the 28lh day of September,
1370, If you fail to do so. judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week ror four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oKlDlAN.
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day of August A.D.
1970.
B. R. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad*- County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
fClrcult Court Sei.H
Law 1 Ifflces ..I Pollack Yncom
l7o n.w. 7th Street Suite 100
I Miami. Florida 3312.".
Attorney* for Plaintiff
'81-28 9 '4-11
LEGAl N0TKI
iLH5 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
T^E-laWf70-2800
BARRETTS. CUNNINGHAM
i. 1 ased
[To ..N0,T,CE TO CREDITORS
ill ,.;. "''''itnrs and All Persons
Stats*.1*" or 1,em>"'u Aguinst
Jou are hereby notified and rc-
u ria t pr,.s,,n, any ,.|alms and de.
I, ,? m"y hav' against the es-
Ei ,' 1A'<"ETT S. CCNNINOHAM
I.. 1 ".. '"'' "f ""'' County, Florida.
iv .,1",,f;',u,,,,y Judges of Dade Coun-
fcV i,rli 1 .""' "'"", in dui.licatc and
t', ate ',"' ln s-'tlon 733.16, Florida
Iv iw,,,lM ,h,ir oWcea In the Coun-
l w '""'"'' '" D** County. Flor-
lim '". s,'x o'lendar months from
If irn ""' """ Publication here-
1 in,'' Si""" ui" be barred.
"(,;!. ^ni:ml' ""'rlda. this 4th
hibII"''". An- 1870.
WAN0ftC Cunningham
(iri iAb Executrix
' Ui.P" 'J'""10" *,r 'his notice on
W88.^BTBBN0* AU*UBt- 197-
'Gabies, Fla. 3313*
3/7-14-21-2*
PRELIMINARY CfcK 1 iFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO M.L TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMB OREETINOS:
Whereas, MI'.I.VIN GROSSMAN, Mi-
ami Reach, Florida, M.MTA GROSS-
MAM, Miami Beach, Florida. CLA1 DE
Ij. EICHBL, Miami, Florida did OH
the 2nd day of July, A D 1868 cause
to be Incorporated under ih>- law* 1 1
th. state of Florida MELVIN OR' 8S-
man, PA. a corporation, with li*
principal place of business at Miami
Rea.-h, Dad.- County In the State of
Florida, ami whereas such corporation
did ..11 the l"Ui day of August. A.D.
1870, cause to be hied In the office
of the Department of State "i the
state of Florida, the documentar)
authority required under Section .-
27, Florida Statutes, showing iho als-
otutlon of sui h corporation.
Now, therefore the Secretary of
State docs hereby certify to the for-
going and thai he I* satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with. ..... ,,.,,,.,,,-
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, 1 have hereunto set
mv hand and have af-
fix,.! the Great Baal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the tenth day of
August. AD. 1870.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
8/21-28 8/4-11
ENCE V. SUOMINEN, deceased: B.id
that on the 30th day of September,
1870, will apply to the Hnnnrabli
County Judge* ..f Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Re-
port ..n.l for dlatributlon and final dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
the above-mentioned decedent. This
30th day of August, 1870,
la) Henry it. Ward
11. nry it. Ward, Bxi cutor
K. Paul Bcatly
B Paul Bcatly
Attorne)
1003 Seybnld Bldg,
Miami. Fla,
_______________________9 D11-18-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3102
CEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
AllTlll'U .1. BROOKS
Do eased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Di man.Is Against Said
Estate:
v.iu are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against iho es-
tate of ARTHUR J. BROOKS de-
pea 'i late of Dad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, anil file the same in dupllcatl nnd
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse i.i Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, witiiin *\ calendar month* from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the sam.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of August, A.D. i7n.
ELIZABETH I. BROOKS
A* Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on the
41 h dav of September, 1870,
ROBERT I' \KW MAN. ESQ.
Attoi ney for Elisabeth L Brooka
Bx<. 1111 -i\ of the state of
Arthur J. Reooks
- --"-. 1 ol- Fed .Ml Building
1 Miami, Florida 33131
______________ 8 1 'I !-'"
"NOTTcE 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
STANLEIGH MYRON FRANKLIN,
Plaintiff,
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19306
NOTICE
IN RE: ADOPTION OF MINOR,
.1 ll.olt- I MISTY LEIGH EVANS.
NaDTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH'a
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDAdNrAND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14435
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PATRICIA A. LBVENBBRBS*,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
JAMBS RUSSELL LEVBNBERP. .
Defendant.
TO: JAMES RUSSELL
LBVBNBERRT
c/o Theresa LovenbetTf
i;r.i Ni-: 18th Street
Washinglon, D.C.
Vou. JAMBS RUSSELL XJSV\ '.
IlEltltY, are hereby notified thut i
Hill of Complaint for Divorce 1 i
been filed against yon, and you .
required To serve a copy of your A
w.-r or I'leading to the Hill of -
plaint on the Plaintiffs atton /,
PAUL k'UITNKY. 420 Linooln Ro
Miami Beach, Florida 53138 and I t
the original Answer or Plead! ig
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the l.'.tli dav *
September, 1870. if you fail to do
judgment by default will *>o tal' 1
agaJnat you for the r. lief Bema
in th.- inn of Complaint.
This notice shall he published 0"-e
each week for four consecutive w* A
in THE JEWISH Fl OI'.IDIAN.
DONB AND ORDBRBD nt Mia -,
Florida, this lotb day of Augur' A -J.
1P70.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, I'lor
By: L. SNEBDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
PAUL KW1TNKY A
4L'" Liinoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 3^139
Attorney for Plaintiff
S. 14-21-je 't
BY:
BOXNIB JEAN AXE and
WILD UI AXE
TO: Lot" EVANS
Residence 1 "nknnwn
YOU ARK HEREBY notified that
the above-named Petitioner BOXNIB
JEAN AXE and WILLIAM AXE, ha*
filed a petition In the above-styled
court for the adoption of the minor
child named therein and you are re-
quired to show cause why the same
should not i>. granted by serving a
copy of your written defense*, if any,
upon LESTER ROGERS, Attorney
for Petitioner, 1454. N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida 33125, and by filing
Ih. original thereof with the clerk
of said Court on or I..fore the 28th
day of September, 1870, or otherwise
in decree may l .111. red against you
granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
.aid court Bl Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this 18th day of August,
1870.
K. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk "f ih. ''ir.-uii Court
By: c. p, COPELAND
li'... nit Court s,al)
s 21.JJ 8/4-11
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBBBBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, d.siring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SAN PEDRO RESTAURANT at
::;:...-. H. 4th Ave.. ILal-ih. Fla. In-
tend! to register said name with1 In.
Clerk of the Circuit Court uf Dude
County, Florida. __,
'' ALBERTO BARBOBA
K/1-14--1--s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In businc** under the flctiUoua tlUM
of SANTA MAHTA BOTANT at UU<
W. 29th St., Hlaleah. Fla. Intends
register said name with the
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ONBLIA MBNDOBA
OW"er fcV7.l4.M-S.
to
Circuit
KORMA H FRANKLIN,
Defendant.
TO: Mrs. Norm* B. Franklin
1 0 Alma r.naiw riglit
-\ill... Virginia
You, NORMA B, FRANKLIN, are
hereby notified that a Bill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
1........- a cpy of your Answer or
Pleading to thi Bill of Complain! on I
(he Plaintiff* attorney, PAUL KW1T-
KBY, ESQ., Suite 510, 1J" Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida 33138 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ..11 or before the 18th day]
.,r September, 1870. If vou fail to do
so, .itidgm. :ii by default will he taken
you for the relief demanded
in 1 Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONB AND ORDBRBD Ol Miami.
Florida, thi* 18th day of August A.D.
1870.
1: B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: .1. C smith
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWfTNEY
(36 i.in. ..in Road, Suit.- -.in
Miami Beach, Florida 3:!139
Attorney for Plaintiff
____ 8/21-28 9/4-11
" rTICE-UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
I -l.-r the fictitious "am.....
HILL'S MIAMI OABDENS F18HEBY
1 N.W. 181st Str.-.-t. opa l.o.l.a,
Florida intends to register said name
wiih the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
Ml LI I AM MBTZ
JOSBPH BCHMIBR
Attorney for Applicant
tin! Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone J31-M30 a^U-U-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND COR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10481
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
riBORUE RAPHAEL,
Plaintiff,
LUCIBNNE RAPHAEL,
1 l.;|endanl.
TO: LUCIBNNE RAPHAEL
, .,1 inmas. 1 "assi us
Port Au Prl.....-. Haiti
Von. LUCIBNNE RAPHAEL are
hen by notified that a Bill ol Cj m-
plaint lor Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
nerve a copy of your Answ.-r or Plead-
ing. 1., the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff* attorney. GOODMAN ft
llol.TZMAN. 1100 Concord Bldg., ''.
W Fiagler SI Miami. Florida 33130,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court mi or before the 28th
dav of September, 1870. If you fnil to
do so, ludgmi .11 by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
mand. .1 in the Hill of Complaint.
Thla notici -hail be published on.-e
each wee* for four consecutive weeks
111 THE JEWISH Fl.oKlDlAN.
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, thla I-ih da) of August A.D.
1: B. LB VTHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit 'ourt, Dad.- County, Fl.....la
By: c P. COPELAND
11. put) 1. rk
(Circuit Curl Si il 1
GOODMAN A: llol.TZMAN'
; inn Concord Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33130878-0868
Attorneys for Plaintiff | ^ jg f (U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, /
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-783
Judge Dnwling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Esiato of
LUCILLE B. GOLDSTEIN, a k/a
LUCILLE BROWN '
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Per
Having Claims or Demands AgM
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and
quired to present any clalma and 1 -
man.Is which you nmy have .1-^.1 :
the .s'aie of 1 ITU 1 B B. BOI -
STEIN, a k a LUCILLE BROWN -
ceased late of Dade County, Finn .
in the Comity Judge* of l>ad. Con -
Iv, and file Ih" same in dutdicati
as provided In Section ":'.3.1ti. Flor
Statutes, in their office* In the Cou
ly Courthouse In Dade County, 1
Ida, Within six .-aleudar months lr- i
the time of the first publication hi
of. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi
day of August. A D. 1870.
Florence II Selbler
as Administratrix of the Estate c! \
Ijucili, if Goldstein, a/k/a
Lu.ill. Crown
First publication of thla notl. 1 a
the Slsi day of August, 1870.
RONA1 D I, DAVIS
Attorn, y for Estate
417 Blscayne ituiiding
19 W. Fiagler Btreel
Miami, Florida 33130
R/31-18 0 1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-2239
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: F.si.n. of
CF.I.1-: III 'TH
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or 1'. man.Is Against
Said Estate: ,
V..11 are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the es-
tate of CBLE HoTH. deceased late of
Dad.- County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dad. County, and file the
s-ame In duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.HI. Florida Statutes. Ill
,,,. ,r office* in the County Court-
hou*< in Dade County, Florida, with-
in si\ calendar months from the tlmt
of tin flrsl publication hereof, or the
sam.- will i barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida tins 14th
dav ol July, A.D. 1870,
SAMUEL ROTH
\s Executor
Flrsl publication of this notli.....n
the 21st day of August. 17.
GBt 'ROE tllUJBRT
Att..ni. > for Executor
Suite 229
line Li......In Rd. Bldg.
.Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
T. I. No. 03S-4312
8,21-28 9/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-189S d
FRANK B. DOWLING J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANN BEITSCHBR BENTBB
1 loci ased.
To All Cre.lilors and All Per*'
Having Clalma or Demanda .\,
Said Ki ia'.-:
Von are hereby notified and re-
quired a. present any claims :u..l
manda which v .1 may have agni "
the estate of ANN BB1TSCHBR
TER deceased late Of Dade Con
Florida, to the County Judgi
Dade County, and file the sain.- In
duplicate ami as provided in S
733 16, Florida Statutes, in their
rices in the County Courthouse Dade County, Florida, within -
calendar month* from the time '
the first publication hereof, or
same ill be barr d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla l-'Jt
dav of Mil 11-'. A D. 1970,
HOWARD.I. HOLLANDER .
Attorne) for Sam Strano. Executor
71 8 City National Hank Building
Miami. Florida 38130
.. pi.-.. :i 1- '
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUl"
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13388
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DANIEL KILCREASB, '
Plal itlff, ,
1.11.1 .no.M ax 1N F, KTLCRBASB,
I'. lendanl.
TO: LILLIK MAXINB KJLCREAS I
i;t si.i.-iH-c Unknown
Tou I II LIE MAXINB KILCRBASB.
are hereby notified that n Bill of Co -
plaint lor Divorce has been 1
against you, and you are required
nerve a copy of your Answer or Plea I-
Ing to the Bill of Complaint "" ""'
Plaintiff* attorney ENGBL a.- HAL-
PERX, 1400 N W. l"ih Ave., Bu
:?-<:. Miami. Florida and file the
original Answ. r or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 18th dav f
Bent 1870, if you fail to 'o so, pidf
ment by default will be taken a
vou for iin- relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice ahall be published on -
each week for four consecutive we<
in THK.IFVVISH Fl ORIDIAN
I a -\ I-: AND Oltl ERED a( M
Florida, thla 17th day of August A D.
1870,
B B LB VTHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorldt
B) C. c '< 'DM AN
Depul) clerk
(Circuit Court Si nil
ENGBL .v 'I M.PBRN
1400 N \V. Hull Avi nui-i -I7-0
Miami. Florida
au.on. ys for Plaintiff
8/21-28 9/4-11


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+Je*lst> nor/dttan
Friday, August 28.
He is a good Temple member, lives an exempl ary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlesslv.
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