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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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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iJewislli Floridliiaxi
Combining THE JfWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MtKLY
,:o;ume
43 Number 37
Miami, Florida Friday September 11, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
srael: Jordan Responsible In Hijacking
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
[ ab terrorist hijacking of com-
ial airliners was the topic
higji-li vel discussion here
I week. A Foreign Ministry
said Israel was in
with the governments
I i., plan a wore involved and
ts wi re being made to ver-
i f, |hi terrorist claims that 50
aiionals were among
I the 300 passengers aboard the
I Swissair DC-8 and TWA's 707
I which were forced to land at
Izerka, in northern Jordan.
Th. ; as ngert and crews of
I pre being held hostage for
.is in Israel and Eu-
ope, it was reported, among
| Sirhan B. Sirhan, who has
senti need to death in Cali-
ia for the assasination of
Sen. Rotxit F. Kennedy in 1968.
President Nixon was described
i a- "deeply concerned over the
hijackings, and the White House
I was reported to be "working
with the nations involved." The
most recent incidents of air pi-
racy are regarded as more po-
litical in character than most
previous incidents. Most experts
feel prompt extradition and
punishment is the only deter-
rent measure.
According to reports from
London, the terrorists issued a
72-hour ultimatum for their de-
mands to be met and hinted the
hostages would be tortured. The
Foreign Ministry spokesman
said the fate of the aircraft and
its passengers rests with the
Jordanian government, and he
hopes Jordan will abide by in-
ternational law and release the
passengers and planes without
delay.
One source reported there
were 12 Israeli passengers and
several Jews of U.S. nationality
aboard the TWA jet hijacked
on a flight from Frankfurt to
New York.
Minister of Transport Shimon
Peres has revealed that Israel is
demanding the extradition of
Laila Khaled, the survivor of a
hijack team that failed in its
attempt to seize an F.l Al Israel
airliner. She suffered slight in-
juries in a scuffle with passen-
gers after her male companion
was shot and killed by an El Al
security guard, and was taken
into custody by British authori-
ties when the plane made an
emergency landing in London.
Mr. Peres said the crime was
committed aboard an Israeli air-
craft, which technically made it
on Israeli soil.
Mr. Peres, who was in Paris
Monday for the funeral of Gen.
Pierre Koenig, who had headed
the France-Israel Friendship
Alliance, declares that his gov-
ernment would never negotiate
with the terrorists who hijacked
the planes "just as the U.S.
government could not consider
Continued on Pa** 8-A
British authorities were said
to have the matter under con-
sideration. The guerrillas have
demanded the return of Miss
Khaled to Jordan along with the
body of the slain hijacker, and
according to reports from Lon-
don, there is some inclination to
release the girl in order to save
the hostages in Jordan from
terrorist reprisals.
Israel was reportedly holding
the Jordanian government fully
responsible for the fate of both
Relatives, Friends Cheer As
ElAlJet Lands A t Kennedy
NEW YORK, (JTA)An El
1 ,g-707 jet with 148 pas-
| Bengers aboard landed at Ken-
m y Airport early Monday 12
ho irt behind schedule after its
ISecurity guards foiled a mid-air
| hijack attempt by two Arab ter-
1$ts, killing one and wound-
I ir.g the other.
The attempt was made after
"h, p'.:ie took off from Schipel
] Airport at Amsterdam. Two pas-
i tigers, and a 39-year-old stew-
ard. Sholmo Vidor, were wound-
ti in the gun battle. The air-
liner mads an emergency landing
at London where the wounded
were hospitalized and the surviv-
ing hijacker taken into custody.
A crowd of about 500 relatives
and friends of the passengers at
Kennedy Airport screamed and
cheered as the jet landed before
dawn and pushed into the inter-
national arrivals building for
i motional reunions with their
kin.
The El Al plane was one of
international airliners carry-
- a total of 600 passengers
' were the targets for a co-
I hijack plan by Arab
-'- for which the extrem-
opular Front for the Libcra-
tion of Palestine has claimed
credit.
The El Al plane was the only
or.i' in which the hijackers were
resisted. Two of the others, a
TWA 707 and a Swissair DC-8,
Forced to flji to a guer-
Mn trolled airstrip at Maf-
n Jordan where their pns-
- ,"-.(! crew are reportedly
: held as hostages for Arab
terrorists jailed in Israel and
Europe,
The third plane, a Pan Ameri-
Boelns-747 jumbo jet was
forced to land at Cairo where
the terrorists blew it up mo-
after its passengers and
Crew were evacuated. A Pan
American spokesman in New
*ork said the passengers were
safe and would be flown to the
U.S. by the airline. He added-
that the $23 million jet was fully
insured.
Capt. Uri Bar lev. who was
piloting the El Al jet when tile
hijackers attempted to seize it,
flew home from London last
night after reporting briefly to
Premier Golda Meir and Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan by tele-
phone. The two security guards
also returned to Israel after be-
ing interrogated by Scotland
Yard. The surviving terrorist
was identified as Miss Laila
Khaled, 24, who was born in
Haifa. She and her male com-
panion boarded the El Al flight
at Schipol using Honduran pass-
ports. Security checks at the
Dutch airport failed to detect
the arms they carried.
According to eye-witness ac-
counts the El Al plane had just
set course for New York when
the young man pulled out a gun
and rushed for the pilot's com-
partment. The girl threatened
passengers and crew with a hand
grenade. A moment later, shots
were heard from the pilot's com-
partment. Several male passeng-
ers overpowered the girl and dis-
armed the grenade.
The incident was over in a
matter of minutes. Some pas-
sengers in the rear of the plane
said they were unaware that
anything was wrong until they
heard the gunshots and saw the
struggle in the aisle.
El Al has taken unspecified
security measures since one of
its planes were hijacked to Al-
geria two years ago. But it was
an open secret that security
guards "ride shotgun" on every
flight and are trained to respond
quickly and accurately.
Closed Circuit TV Appearance For
Israel's Prime Minister Golda Meir
Golda Meir, Minister oi the State of Israel, will make
a special closed circuit telecast to the Greater Miami Jewish
community at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20.
In a joint statement, Mil-
ton Weiss, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and James M.
Albert, chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization,
announced that their or-
ganizations axe co-spon-
soring the telecast, which
will be aired locally at
Miami Beach Auditorium.
The telecast, which will
originate at a dinner in
New York City being held
for the Jewish leadership
of the United States, will be seen in the major Jewish com-
munities throughout the country.
Because of limited seating capacity, those persons
interested in attending the function have been asked to
call either the Federation office or the Israel Bond office be-
fore Sept. 16. Admission to the Auditorium will be by ticket
only.
1'ltKMIF.R GOLDA MEIR
Withdrawal Will Delay,
Not End Peace Talks
WASHINGTON (JTA)De-
spite Israel's decision to with-
draw from the peace talks, U.S.
officials here take the view that
the situation is far from hope-
Israel's
Talks A
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Is-
rael's withdrawal from the Jarr-
ing peace talks represents an
important shift in priorities from
negotiations to rectification of
Egyptian cease-fire violations, it
has been learned.
According to a highly knowl-
edgable source the government
not only has no intention of re-
suming talks at the United Na-
tions in Now York under present
conditions but will insist on the
removal of all Egyptian missiles
from the standstill cease-fire
zone even if the talks are called
off entirely. If the United States
government fails to induce the
Egyptians and Russians to pull
back the missiles, Israel is pre-
pared to act by other means, the
source said.
Withdrawal From
Shift In Priorities
The JTA learned today that
the government was considering
a major military action to de-
stroy Egyptian advance missile
bases in the Suez Canal zone
shortly before the cease-fire
went into effect. But the U.S.
learned of the plan and brought
strong pressure to bear on Is-
rael to abandon it, an informed
source said. Israel then accept-
ed the cease-fire on specific as-
surances from President Nixon
that he would not tolerate any
change in the military Status
quo in the area. Mr. Nixon was
a!s3 reported to have advised
Israel that the U.S. would allow
it to take action if the military
freeze was violated.
Withdrawal from the truce
talks does not mean that Israel
has abrogated the 90-day cease-
fire that .vent into effect Aug.
or that it has rescinded its ac-
ceptance of the U.S. peace initia-
tive. But government spokesman
Michael Arnon said. "As long as
the standstill cease-fire is not > -
stored. Israel cannot participat
in the talks. Israel's acceptance
of the American peace initiative
and the appointment of a renre-
mativc to the Jarring talks
continue to be valid."
He added Premier Golda Meir
said much the same thing in a
television interview. She said her
government's initial endorsement
of the peace moves remains un-
changed but Israel is not 1
to continue the Jarring talks as
Continued on r-agt 8-A
less and Israel's withdrawal will
delay rather than terminate the
talks.
According to sources here, the
United States will undertake a
diplomatic effort to ensure that
the peace talks do not break
down entirely. It was also noted
that consultations between Is-
rael and the United States may
lake place while Premier Golda
Meir is in the United States
later this month. She will ad-
dress the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations iii New York on
Sept. 20.
Informed sources reported
that the administration was un-
able to get assurances from So-
Vk t and Egyptian officials that
the truce violations would be
hailed. It conducted discussions
with officials in Cairo and Mos-
cow last week.
UN. Secretary General U
Thant. asked for comment on
Israel's reported insistence that
Egypt draw back the missiles
installed since the start of the
cease-fire said the Egyptian vio-
lations of the "standstill" were
not a valid reason to delay the
Mideast peace talks. He said
there were two aspects to the
problem"the alleged violation"
and "the talks with Dr. Jar-
ring."



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Friday, September 11, 1573
FIRST TIME tN MIAMI BEACH
in
United Synagogue Board To Meet
The national lx.ar.1 of diroctors
of Unit) 'i S) I will moot at the Carillon Hoto!
... Jacob Stain, presMcnt of
he mpiiiiitHMii which boasts
m 880 ooaktituency of one million per-
haa announced.
The fact that boani of directors
will t>' meeting in Miami Beach
fcr the first time is considered as
me that the national leaders
of the Com rvative movement in
he IMted States are attaching
more and more importance to the
3 1 : 1 (vast area.
Temple Ner Tamid Engages
Cantor Fein, Rabbi Glazer
Rabbi Molvin Glaz. r and Cantor
an Fttin have ix-on engaged
once again for the o\ erf low serv-
president. Herman L. Shaw, re-
1 ported.
The service, which parallels that
:n the main sanctuary, will be
conducted by Rabbi Glazer. a rab-
< Oinieai student at th> Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America.
be is in his senior year.
Cantor F.ir.. who will chant the
major portion of the High Holy
try. h::> served with Teni-
.. N<: Tami i the past five years.
H. has held prominent positions
with varioi:* eonfrrcBations in this
n ... iralitning Beth Moshe Con-
cation. North Miami.
Th- temple office is open w ek-
days from 9 a.m. ;o 9 p.m. Sunday
noms an- from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Interested persons are invited to
call the office for further informa-
tion.
CANTOR HVMAN KEIN
ices at Temple Net Tamid. it was j
announced ihis vwk. Dr. Eugene
I-abovit/. spiritnal leader, and
Cantor Edward Klein w ill conduct
the regular services in the main
sanctuary, assisttd by the Ner
Tamid choir under the direction of
Abram Krasliinsky.
The overflow service* have be-
an integral part of the High
Hily Day program at Temple Ner
Tamid because of the new families
tag into the north part of
Miami Beach, the congregation's
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Pilot's Body Returned
TF.L AVIV (JTA'_The body of
Moshe Qoldwaaser, an Israeli pilot
shot down by the Egyptians over
the Suez Canal hist month nas
been returned to Israel under R.>i
CYovS auspices. The pilot was cap-
tured and died in an Egyptian
prison. The Egyptians reported the
cause of his death was heart fail-
ure.
Local loaders of the Southeast
Region of the United Synagogue
of America participating in the
meeting will include Dr. Harold
Rafldn, president, and Rabbi Allan
RarshHT. director of the Southeast
Region.
In addition to the formal aspect
of the meeting, synagogue leaders
from all over the nation will have
an opportunity to meet and con-
sult with local people on various
aspects of the Conservative move-
ment in the United States. Re-
ports will also be given on progress
in the fields of youth education,
adult education, synagogue fi-
nance, and the college age pro-
gramming which is a major area
of concern for the movement.
A highlight of the meeting will
be the inauguration of the United
Synagogue Bookmobile, a new
concept in programming for those
of college age. It will tour cam-
OS) throughout the country and
provide a portable library of Ju-
daica for Jewish students.
Speakers will include Rabbi Ber-
nard Segal, director of the United
Synagogue of America, who will
report on the recently concluded
World Council of Synagogues con-
vention in Jerusalem; Paul K
man. national director of the De-
partment of Youth Activities, who
will report on the pilgrimage to
Israel and Russia in which 400
young U.S. and Canadian mem-
bers of the United Synagogue
Youth movement participated, and
David Abramowitz of Temple Me-
norah. who visited Russia on a Eu-
ropean USY pilgrimage, and will
share his reactions to what he saw
with the national leadership.
Mr. Stein, guest speaker at the
Sabbath morning services of
Temple Mcnorah, will discuss the
subject "The United Synagogue in
the '70s." describing the Conserv-
ative movement's far-reaching
plant.
The National Executive Council
will be honored at the Kiddush
sponsored by Temple Minorah's
president, Bob Siegel. and vice
president. Jerry Sussman. a na-
tional vice president of United
Synagogue, following the services.
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Synagogues Participate In High
PHoly Day Bond Effort
On tho occasion of the forthcoming Jewish High HolRRtys,
<_;,. Miami synagogues will participate in^sneciaj tffort t > u
J-ovide urgently needed financial resources to strengthen Israel's
pco- i'aiy at with the twentieth
Bond Organization
,,cy, James M. Albei t. chairman of the Greater Miami
Bond Organization, has announced.
m Tr. High Holiday period will coincide
snnivtrsao' of lhe 'oundin* of ,he hrael
". took place at a conference in Jerusalem in September.
1930. Since then, it has become traditional in synagogues through-
United States and Canada to devote a portion of the
.-vices during the High Holidays to the Israel Bond program as
1\ a ntral source of funds for Israel's economic development,
bert said.
D in past years, the synagogues High Holiday Israel Bond
Will again launch the concentrated Fall campaign to aid
. economic growth, the chairman explained.
Iv through the infusion of large-scale Israel Bond funds,
[si has been able to keep its economy functioning in the face
( reoeated conflict and hostilities on the part of its Arab
5, Mi. Albert emphasized. Israel Bonds takes on added
icance because "Israel's hopes for a lasting peace, follow-
in., 22 years of intermittent crisis, rest not only on the strength
. people and their ideals ol' peace and justice, but also on
,, | ^Hi and soundness ot Israel's economic foundations,' he

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Saturday. A number of community
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Volume 43
Friday, September 11, 1970
Number 37
10 ELUL
Mideast Solution Not Found In U.N.
The speed with which the U.N. Security Council re-
acted to Israel's spanking of Lebanon for permitting guer-
illa operations is only further proof that the solution to the
Middle East crisis will not be found there. The 25th anni-
versary of the international body finds it still lacking in
anything but self-respect on the part of most of the nations
and it shows in every vote involving the Jewish state.
None of the sovereign states which votedthe United
States exceptedto condemn Israel can believe seriously
that it will permit its people and military installations to be
terrorized by guerillas without retaliation, no matter
from which direction or land thev come. That the ceasefire
agreement affects only Israel and not the other Arab states
whether they can control the guerillas or notis iust not
believable, even granting the normal hypocrisy of much
of the world's diplomats.
Although the issue has not been placed before it offi-
cially, one wonders what the reaction of the Security Coun-
cil would be to the well-documented violations by Egypt
which, unlike the minor Lebanese skirmish, seriously
threatens the future of the ceast-fire. The good faith of the
Russians and their Egyptian satellites is open to guestion
lere, but it is obvious that nothing will be done or said about
this unless the United States and Israel do it themselves.
In many ways, the good intentions of the United States
in finding a way to Middle East peace are being tested in
these crucial days. Unless the Russians and Egyptians are
made to understand that they cannot break agreements
with impunityand take steps to rectify their violations
the cease-fire days are sadly short in number.
United Fund Has Proved Competent
Greater Miami's United Fund was launched this week
in an atmosphere of optimism despite the soft economy, and
well it might have. As the front line in the community's ef-
fort to meet human needs in Dade County, United Fund
ever the years has proved itself competent to meet the
challenge and deserves our continued support.
The Jewish community, which has provided in past
years some of the most effective leadership of the annual
campaign, considers itself an integral part of the total com-
munity when it comes to support of United Fund and a
number o( specifically Jewish agsneies are beneficiaries,
as well. A good campaignit ends Nov. 19also ses a
good tone for the Combined Jewish Appeal which follows
and we wish the Fundour United Fundanother success-
ful year.
Soviet Jews Yearn For Contact
The evidence is plain that many of the silent Jews of
the Soviet Union yearn fox contact with fellow Jews all ever
the world, whether it be Israel or the United States.
One effective way, we believe, is the program of tha
Union cf Council for Soviet Jews to ?end Rosh Hashanah
greetings to those behind the Iron Curtain en a "Peoole 13
People" basis. The South Florida Conference on So-, it
Jewry is cooperating in this international effort to let our
brethren knew that we are thinking of them during the most
significant hcly days of the year.
Changes Should Be Effected Mow
It will be another 1C years before the notorious Pas-
sion Play at Oberammergau is shown again and. as far crs
Jews are concerned, that is much too soon.
Protests against the distorted view of the Jews given
by the play have had some small effect, but basically it
remains an anti-Semitic work that many believe helped
contribute to the Nazi extermination policy. The time to
effect changes in the presentationif that is the only sol"-
tionis now and not when the time for the decennial
showing is at hand.
Commerrt

In 1791, a lonely Jew in Pe-
tersburg, Va., wrote to her par-
ents in England that "there'
we live at peace There is
no rabbi in all of America to ex-
communicate anyone."
Recently, the Herald inter-
viewed Rabbi Marvin Tokayer,
the only rabbi in Japan arid,
like Rebecca Samuel, ho made
the point that "We are a small
community and we cannot af-
ford American foolishness of de-
nominationalism. We all have
to find a way to work and pray
and live together."
Not so in Miami, if a few Or-
thodox rabbis could have their
way.
"In the study of his Miami
Beach home or in the synagogue
he heads, Rabbi Tibor Stern
spends much of his time." the
Miami News recently reported,
"declaring the ceremonies of his
non-Orthodox colleagues inval-
id." Business is so good, as a
matter of fact, that inquiries
from all over the world arrive
at Rabbi Stern's home at the
rate of 15 or 20 a week and,
if the rabbi in question is not
Orthodox, he declares the cere-
mony no good.
Not that it matters much to
the people involved in a conver-
sion-marriage since as he points
out. they rejected Orthodoxy in
the first place. "But what about
the children?" Well, in about
20 years one of them may find
himself in Israel or desirous of
marrying an Orthodox Jew and
then Rabbi Stern or one of Ms
counterparts nails him. since
"he is not a Jew because of the
invalid conversion of his moth-
er."
In recent months our commun-
ity has heard the loud voices of
these few rabbis raised not so
much in defense of a religious
way of life, which is their right
and duty, but against other Jews
and established American Jewish
traditions. They speak for few
their congregations are small,
their.following among their own
colleagues even less but. thanks
to the emphasis on Jewish news
in the two Miami dailies, have
found a much greater audience
than they could have hoped tor
any other place in the world.
'Literally.
Rabbi Phineas Weberman finds
himself the darling of a large
congregation of John Birchers.
right-wing extremists of all kinds
and anti-Semites as he pleads
for a return of Bible-reading to
the schoolsa position contrary
to the traditional American Jew-
ish position on this issue, not to
mention the Constitution. He
favors a segregated society, since
"segregation is the dominant
philosophy of the Jewish com-
munity." and now takes a strong
position against obscenity and
immorality, another favored is-
sue of the right. The Torah. he
pointed out in a recent radio
talk, is always dressed, as an
example of modesty.
Even -Rabbi Jonah Caplan,
who unlike, most of his Ortho-
dox colleagues, has not shunned
the company of the Conserva-
tive and Reform rabbis in the
community, has joined the chor-
us. In a sermon in which he
claimed that young people are
turning to Orthodoxya claim
which he had every right to
make despite its inaccuracy and
lack of sound proof -Rabbi Cap-
ian turned the heat on the Con-
by EDWARD COHEN
servative and Reform mov*
ments "with their wealth, com.
fort and smugness." This could
be better said by our youn"
Jewish radicals than by follow'
ers of a movement which has re.
jected all change and has taken
a stand against being Involved
in social issues.
All this attack is SOmewh ,
of a puzzlement, but it seen-..- to
be part of an international Or-
thodox programa fina<
perhaps?for it is also t
place in Britain where a
great Jewish community is d
slowly and in Israel where it-
overwhelming number of the
people have rejected the Ortho-
dox state religion. Somewhat
sadly. I think, the dilemma was
posed by Rabbi Stern when, ac-
cording the the Miami New;, he
"issued a plea to the Reform
rabbinate of the Uinted St I .
to stop using pressure to get
equal status in Israel."
Obviously, these rabbis be-
lieve that the best defense of
Orthodoxy is to be offensive to
other Jews, for the record ;;
clear that both the Reform and
Conservative rabbinate and thei:-
lay followers have never used
either their great financial sup-
port of the State of Israel or
their moral right as represent-
ing the great bulk of Jews in
the world, to exert pressure for
equal status in a state created
for all Jews.. During this great
crisis confronting Israel, I re-
gret that the Orthodox leader-
ship has not exercised the same
restraint in their ultimately fu-
tile effort to excommunicate all
other Jews.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The h
lies told by Soviet Ambassador
Anatoli Dobrynin to Secretary
of State William Rogers have
now become too important to be
passed over in silence. They
were the key factor, in truth, it:
the ueiv. deadly dangerous mess
that the American policy-mak-
ers have got themselves into in
the Middle East.
It is a sorry story of a Great
Power being totally bamboo/1.'.I
by the smooth talk of an untruth-
ful diplomat, plus its own Im-
prudent wishfulness. The culmi-
nating Dobrynin lie concerned
the so-called "standstill cease-
fUUWNq TH6 S&i&wn&iqw
^'t!(JFjaiSHWi3D0!i|
IV.-
fire," which has now been so I
grantly breached by the So'
and their Egyptian puppets.
On June 2. shortly before
return to Moscow. Dobrynin
another of his delightful "B
and-Toli" chats with Seen
Rogers. The secretary raised 1
conditional question: Would hi
Soviets, if there was a o
fire, agree to a true stand-' '.'
with no attempt made by i
side to strengthen its posit: i
the combat zone?
The ambassador, with his
al oily amiability, assure 1
friend "Beer mat the -
would do just as he w ished
assurance given by
the secretary calls Dobi
a major Influence >'' '
can decision to proc
famous peace initl
!> added that confir
tryn 11 assur
ht in both M
Lad
A p ipa r w is dr
S
k
tollov
"Both .! V'- will i
the mil
i 'ii within son.....
kilometers to the e -
; p( the ei -
ther side will Intr iduce n'
struct any new military ins1 |!-''
tions in these zones, v
within the zones will
to the maintenance of ex
installations ."
Most unwisely, the U.S. am-
bassador in Moscow. Jacob BcSHf
Continued ow ft*** 13-A


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Rohan Transferred Happenings
Following Escape
JERUSALEM (JTAI Michael fire to the Moslem shrine. claim-
Denis William Rohan, the 29-year-] ing that he was ordered lo do o
old Australian who set fire to the by God as a first step toward ie
Kl Aksa mosque in East Jerusalem building the Temple in Jerusalem.
On Aug. 21, 1%!). will lie trans-
ferred to a mental hospital inside
tin ild Crusader's fortress at Acre
on Haifa Bay. The transfer was
announced thus week by Heaith
Minister Victor Shemtov following
Rohan's escape from a mental in-
stil ut ion at Beer Yaacov. He was
picked up by police several hours
later.
Dr. Reuben Mayer, director of
the Beer Yaacov mental home, said
that the patient's mental condi-
tion had deteriorated since ills
trial. He said Rohan had halluci-
nations and was convinced that he
was the Messiah. He told police
that he escaped in order to see j
his girl friend, Tzipora. who. lie
claimed, God ordained to be his
"queen" when he became "king
j of the world."
Rohan was found to be mentally
ill at his trial in Jerusalem las* j
year and was ordered confined Lo I Rohan's crime created an inter-
a mental hospital for an indefiniteI national sensation and aroused
period. He lias been in three dif- c,jos for a holy war against Isr.u I
fercnl institutions since then. Mr. ; Arab and other Moslem states.
Shemtov said a court inquiry would xhc Arabs sought to implicate tha
be bet up to cetermine how he j Israeli government in the mosque
managed to escape from Beci f|re, Rohan's confession and the
Yaacov.
Th former sheepherder was
found by police at Mishmar Has-
haron, a kibbutz near Nathanyi
where he formerly lived and stud-
led Hebrew. Rohan had a long
history of mental illness in his
homeland. H" confessed to setting
testimony or psychiatrists at the
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West German Government Warmer To Russia
Ity AJ.FKIU* HOLFMANX
A few weeks ago this correspon-!
Bent WeMed i pre** briefing by;
Foreign Minister Walter Scheel for
a select group of German and for-
eign newspaper men. The Bonn
correspondent of Pravda. the So-
viet Communist Party organ, was
present and u'-,s obviously for
his U-ncfit that Herr Scheel stivss-
Ci! his belief that Moscow is striv-
ing sinearely for a peaceful world
and the renunciation of force.
Tins correspondent could not con-
trol I. reaction. I asked Hferr
Scheel, with ul'.om I have had
exclusive interviews in the past.
Jiom he could reconcile a striving
for p tx 03 the Soviet Union with
Us brutal one-sided intervention
in the Middie East conflict, tile
p-,,,, Mil iter replied. "Tou
know, I am genwaUji against wars.
And l believe tliat all the great
powers who ate interested in the
Middle East problem are making
sincere efforts to solve the conflict
peacefully."
The reply was an evasive one.
When I pressed Herr Scheel fuc-
ther on th.- SUbjMt ho became
\ sibly Irritate* The Pravda cor-
respondcrrt had a good laugh. This
minor exchange is worth reporting'
because it is symptomatic of the!
Change 'hat has come over Bonn's!
attitude townrd Israel since tlMH
coalition of Chancellor Willy
Brandt's Social Democratic Party,
and th.' Kree Democrats (the party ;
of Walter Scheel) formed a gov-,
eminent after last year's national
election.
For the purposes of orientation.
let me recall thai the relationship
Del en Israel and West Germany
1;i > en a very s|>ocial one from
the outset, transcending formal!
(\] unatic relations. Bonn and Je-
ri i ii exchanged Ambassadors
only in 1965. Long before that, dur-
ing the regime of Konrad Adenau-
er, an unwritten principle of West
Germany's foreign i>olicy was sup-
port for Israel, concern foi Is-
rael's development and welfare
and .i determination to protect it.;
inter, -is. Obviously this sprang
from West Germany's sense of ob-
ligation towards the little nation
that became a haven for the sur-
vivors of the Sasi holocaust.
Practical manifestations include
the S882 million Bonn-Israel Rep-
arations Pad of 1952 and the eco-
nomic aid thai West Germany still
renders Israel, currently at the
rate of about $35 million a year.
But the spirit of West German
friendship counted more than thej
substance <>t us aid. This spirit;
continued after Adenauer, through I
the regimes of Ludwlg Erhardt and j
Georg Kleslnger. That it is chang-l
lug now under Chancellor Willy
Brandt, a man with impeccable
anti-Nazi credentials and a long
record of friendship toward Israel.
in the past, is lwth shocking and
painful But it cannot be denied.
Ii was no accident that govern-
ment spokesman Conrad- Ahlers
rec '''tly regretted" publicly an
Rabbi Joseph E. Rarkovsky
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Israeli retaliatory incusion into,
southern Lebanon. This followed
the ambush murder of eight Is-!
raeli school children by Arab ter-
rorists on the Lebanese bonder,
State Secretary Ahlers apparent-
ly wanted to show Mdscow, East
Berlin and the Arab World that
the Bonn government could rap
Israel's knuckles when need be. i
refuting Communist and Arab
propaganda that West Germany1
is always in league with Israel.
No one can fault West Germany
for trying to improve its relations
with the East and with the Arabs
The latter broke their diplomatic
ties with Bonn when it recognized I
Israel five years ago; some Arab
suites have since extended recog-
nition to the East German Peo-
ples Republic. There is nothing
sinister in Bonn wanting to re-j
pnir these fences, unless it is
done at the expense of Israel.
West German spokesmen have'
repeatedly assured Israel that this
would not be the case. Neverthe-
less, the move toward "normaliz-
ing" Bonn-Israel relations was:
started two years ago when Herr
Brandt, then Foreign Minister, cie- i
clared in New York that "20 years I
are enough." That remark was in- {
tended to cancel for West Ger-
many its 20-year debt to the vic-
tims of Nazism. When he became
Chancellor last year, Brandt had
nothing to say about Gasman re-
lations with Israel, though all of
his predecessors had made a ixiint
of defining Germany's obligation'
when they took office.
Chancellor Brandt obviously he-!
lii .es that his personal anti-Nazi
record allows him to demonstrate!
a certain amount of diplomatic
coolness toward Israel without
raising eyebrows.
A contributing factor to the
changed atmosphere in Bonn is
the new Israeli Ambassador, Klia-
shiv Ben Chorin who replaced Is-
rael's first envoy. Asher Ben Na-
than this year. Mr. Ben Nathan
was always on the alert for -liiti-
Israel manisfestations and cried
out loudly and publicly if he found
any. His successor has a different
personality'. Mr. Ben Chorin works
more quietly; lie is less the gadfly
and more the d'plomatic Soother.
Of course, he takes his instruc-
tions from Jerusalem. Ambassa-
dors do not make policies. But the
styles with which they carry
them out can make a profound
difference. At least so it seems
in Bonn today.
The Israeli envoy saw fit to
chitici/.e this corresjiondent pub-
licly for the article he published in
Axel Springer's newspaper, Die
Welt, pointing out the changes in
official attitude toward Israel.
Herr Springer, who is not Jewish,
is a close friend of Israel. I at-
tributed the Ambassador's pit|U'"
with me to his determination to
get on well with Herr Scheel. The
latter was obviously upset by my
article and complained to the Is-
raeli Ambassador inasmuch as I
am correspondent for an Israeli
newspaper.
Ambassador Ben Chorin gave
me his personal apologies. It is
his duty, of course to maintain
good relations with West Ger-
many's Foreign Minister. He is a
diplomat. But journalists are un-
der no such obligation and must
report things as they see them
regardless of who may be upset. In
this connection. Herr Scheel's per-
sonal and political attitudes are
pertinent.
He has favored the release of
Nazi war criminals. Only a few
weeks ago. Herr Scheel influenced
a Free Democratic Party congress
to intervene with the Italian and
Netherlands governments for the
release of war criminals still (ail-
cdin those countries. He refused to
call them war criminals, employ-
ing the euphemism, "convicted per-
sons of the war." He has also
called for the release of Rudolph
Hess. Hitler's one-time deputy
who is serving a life term at Span-
dau prison in Berlin as a war
criminal.
Scheel defends his state secre-
tary Karl-Friedrich Vailon, a man
with a long Nazi record. He backs
up Vailon's claim that whatever he
did during the war was under or-
ders and without knowledge of
the fate of the Jews. Scheel him-
self told me a few years ago that
lie had seen the Jewish ghettos as
a Wehrmncht soldier during World
War II and was convinced that it
was humanly .impossible to do any-.
thing about the conditions.
There ar" piliticil circles in th"'
West German capital who bcl:e\
the Bonn government has made
concessions to the Soviet gown-:
ment in order to secure the "re-
nunciation of force" treaty signed i
recently in Moscow. According to
these circles, the Federal Republic:
has indicated that it would follow
a line in the Middle East closer to
the Kremlin's.

There is an awareness of tilts
in Israeli politic::! quarters. The
Jerusalem Post which frequently
reflects government opinion, warn-
d in a recent editorial that West
Germany's approaches to the So-
viet Union may result in its taking
a stand on the Middle Kast similar
to that of the French government
which also has an overriding in-
terest in its relations with Mos-
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Israel's Withdrawal From Israel Holds Jordan Responsible In Hijacking
Talks A Shift In Priorities
Con'l from Vngp 1-A
lol '- as th< other side persists
in violating the coase-fire.
Asked what Israel expected
Hi. United States to do, Mrs.
M< 11 replied, "The U.S. says they
have been in touch with the
Russians and Egyptians to rec-
tify the situation. We want them
to continue to apply pressure
be use we cannot be asked to
;. on while the other side
acts so that if the shooting Starts
i we will he in a much
worte situation than before the
ii -fire."
Asked about possible American
in. --ure on Israel. Mrs. Meir
said. "There's been pressure on
Israel since the State was estab-
lished. That is how policy is
made. One side exerts pressure
while th- other side mast have
the strength to stand up against
such pressure."
In reply to a question. Mr.
Arnon said that the government
has not changed the appoint-
ment of its U.N. Ambassador.
Yosef Tekoah. as Foreign Minis-
ter Khan's alternate in the Jarr-
ing talks. (Mr. Tekoah hal only
one meeting with Ambassador
Jarring. He was in Israel for
ten days then flew back to New
York to report his government's
action officially to Dr. Jarringi.
Prior to his departure from
i Lyddi Airport, Ambassador Te-
I koah said the Egyptians could
! pull their missiles out of the
i cease-fire zone as quickly as
! they installed them there. He
said he was returning to New-
York to attend the U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly sessions which be-
gin next week.
The JTA has learned that de-
spite current differences be-
tween Israel and Washington,
there has been no slow-down in
American arms deliveries. Ac-
cording to a reliable source, press
reports to that effect are "com-
pletely wrong." The source add-
ed that while Israel has no com-
plaint, that it does not mean it
is getting all the weapons it
wants.
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hostages and aircraft. Officials
pointed out that the Zerka land-
ing strip is Jordanian territory,
although admittedly under con-
trol of terrorists who ignore
King Hussein's authority.
JEWISH DRAFTEE MAY
REQUEST DEFERMENT
NEW YORK The Selec-
tive Service Commission has
notified the National Jewish
Welfare Board Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy that
all draft board have been in-
structed to give favorable
consideration whenever pos-
sible to requests from Jew-
ish registrants for postpone-
ment of their physical ex-
amination or induction until
after the High Holy Days. I
The directive, in Opera-
tions Bulletin No. 81, applies
to Rosh Hashanah, Yom
Kippur and Succoth. Regis-
trants should make their re-
quests directly to their local
draft boards.
A senior El Al official has de-
clared that the rash of hijack-
ings are a direct result of the
Greek government's recent sur-
render to terrorist demands. !!.'
\ seven Arab terrorists in Athens
last month after an Olympic jet
had been hijacked and threats
made on the lives of all its pas-
sengers and crew. The seven
were serving jail terms for at-
tacking an El Al airliner and
the airline's office In Athens.
Ctndt Jacques Landragin. an
Air France pilot who serves as
vice president of the French Air-
line Pilots' Association, said that
ia-.
i -

Int.
the detention of two AJger
nationals removed by Israeli
thorities from a British aiiii
at Lydda airport had led to
hijackings. He said he had ui
their release and warned t
the Arab commandos would
taliate in a cable to Fon
Minister Abba Eban.
In addition to the two \ .
gerians, Israel is holding se
dozen Egyptian prisoners ol
and some 2,000 Palest
guerrillas are serving tin-
Israeli jails. The 14 Egy]
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a burning Greek freighter last
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"Thou Shalt Not Forget"

Question
Box
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K, RABBI MAXWELL BKR<;KK
Temple Zuinorii, ('-oral GsMeS
The children of Israel stand with-
:i sight of the Promised Land and
; oses is reviewing their encount-
ers, their ex-
periences, the
irecepts and
teachings winch
lave them a new
life and a reason
for living it. In
the last sentence
of this week's
scriptural read-
ing, Moses .\ R
"ThOU shalt blot
out the remem-
brance of Ama-
lek: thou shait
n >t forget." These words appear to
in direct contradiction to each
her. How can you "blot out the
j membrance" and at the same
i ne "never forget it?" Moses in
s proj hetic wisdom and keen
i resight taught the children of
Israel and abiding lesson that was
eant for all time to come. Ama-
k is the personification of all
1 at was evil, immoral and unjus'.
From their very inception as a
i ople, the Israelites encountered
l le or another of the Amalek i to
1 .bes.
When Pharoah and his armies
' re chasing them from behind
: to and through the Red Sea,
] lorn and Moab were waiting on
1 ie other side to annihilate them.
When they were starving in the
ilderness of Paran and God pro-
\ Jed the manna to sustain them.
iy first had to fight off Hi"
ibes of Amaleki Throughout their
anch in the desert it was one or
! lother of the tribes of Amalek!
;it killed the elderly and the
.- -k; not even in open battle, but |
Stealthily, behind the lines, pre-
1 ruling to be their friends or
tuncing on them unexpectedly I
t on ambush. When they ap-
oached Mt Sinai, it was women
l om the midianitc tribes of Ama-'
3 k that tried to entice them and;
.- duce them by introducing acts of)
i imorallty as part of their idol
nship.
Now the children of Israel are
I preaching the end of their forty
years of wandering. A new gen-
eration was growing up; men and
women who stand erect and tail.
No more slaves; no more fears:
no more hiding. Very soon now
they will be entering into tho
Promised land which "the I-ord
thy God gave thee for an inheri-
tance to possess it." and, again
they have to fight Amalek. Moses
the wise master, the great teach-
er, tells them to remember all the
steps they had to climb to get this
far. "Blot out the remembrance of
Amalek" carry no grudga.
You can kill them, you can anni-
hilate them and grind them into
dust, but don't do it. We do not
believe in revenge. You can en-
slave them and suppress them, but
don't do it: we do not believe in
enslavement, or in suppression.
But "Lo-Tishkach-Thou Shalt
Not Forget."
Don't ever allow yourself to for-
get those steps you had to climb,
ever since the days that Abraham
first came forth from the plains of
Mesopotamia. He had to flee from
his birthplace of Ur because his
Canaanite contemporaries wanted
to put him to death for saying
that there is an invisible God and
praying to Him, instead of to
idols. Don't ever forget the days
and experiences of Isaac and Ja-
cob and Joseph. Don't ever forget I
the enslavement in Egypt. It took i
210 years for you to be liberated j
and because you were not yet
ready to live in freedom, you wan-
dered through the desert. For 10
years you suffered pain, hardship
and sorrows in the wilderness. Now
that you are within the reach of
the Promised Land, remember that
that we cannot live in the past. We
cannot live our lives over again.
Yesterday is gone, never to return,
but also never to be forgotten .
because it is only upon our yester-
days that we can build our tomor-
rows. "Lo-TLshkach- Thou Shalt
Not Forget."
By RABBI s A All I I. J. FOX

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki-Tetze
1
f CANDLE11GHTING TIME
\ 3 ELUL 7:10
: *
Why is it a custom to pro-
nounce the blessing over the
j bread after one has cut the
( bread and not before?
The reason is because Jewish tra-
dition calls for bringing the bless-
ing and the action as close together
as possible so that the blessing .s
as directly related to the action as
( possible. If the cutting of the bread
would intervene between the pro-
nouncement of the blessing and
the eating of the bread, the eating
of the bread would not bo directly
connected with the blessing be-
cause of this interval.
An interesting problem presents
itself on the Sabbath, where, be-:
cause of the honor of the Sabbath
a blessing has to be made over a
whole loaf or loaves. In that case.;
the knife is passed lightly across
the surface of the bread marking
a slight mark as if to indicate the
cutting has already begun and
then the blessing is made so that i
is not related to the cutting but to
the eating.
Why do some people cut a
specific number of slices of bre.nl,
for the Sabbath meal?
Some cut seven pieces of bread
for each meal on the Sabbath which'
represents the seven days of the
week which culminated on Ihei
Sabbath or the number of people:
who are called to the Torah on the
Sabbath, this number being seven.
Others cut five pieces on Friday!
night representing the five words
of the second of the Three Priest-
ly Blessings. They cut seven piece!
for the morning meal of the Sab-
bath representing the seven words
of th" Third of the Three Priest ly
Blessings. They cut three pieces for
the Sabbath afternoon meal rep-
resenting the three words of the
first of the Three Priestly Bless-
ings.
This procedure would make t'.ie
Sabbath a day on which all three
of the Priestly Blessings would be-
fall the Jewish home.
KI-TETZE Moses continues in his second discourse with the
Israelites as they were about to enter the Promised Land. The
laws revised in this portion are directed mainly towards the indi-
vidual's ros|>onsibility to establish and maintain correct and prop-
er human relations with his fellow man. They include injunctions
on modest and decent conduct in domestic life, consideration for
others, and even kindness to animals.
Domestic laws: a female captured in battle could not be
forced immediately into marriage with a captor who desired her:
her feelings were to be respected. The husband who falsely accused
his wife of being unchaste before the marriage was to be flogged
and fined as compensation lor her defamation. Should the charge
be proved, however, she suffered the death penalty. When the
husband had grounds for divorce, the marriage was to bo dis-
solved in a legal and formal manner. Should the woman remarry
and be divorced a second time, or become a widow after her re-
marriage, she was not allowed to marry her first husband again.
If a man died childless, his family line would become extinct
and his property pass to others. The law, therefore, provided that
his surviving brother marry the widow and their first born be
given the name and status of the deceased. Children had a duty
to respect their parents and the son found guilty by a tribunal
of being incorrigibly rebellious faced the death penalty.
Having dealt with a number of laws emphasizing the quali-
ties of kindness and decency, Afoses recalled the inhuman con-
duct of the Amalekites in attacking the feeble and exhausted
Israelites who lagged In-hind during the march from Egypt, and
said to them, "When the Lord thy God hath given thee rest from
all thy enemies round about, in tho land which the Lord thy God
giveth the" for an inheritance to possess it, then thou shalt blot
out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven: Thou shait
not forget." (Dout. 21:10-25:19)
.Ifflmil J
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Knesset Approves Cabinet Reshuffle
JERUSALEM (WNS The
Knesset has approved the reshuf-
fling of Premier Meir's Cabinet !
brought about by the withdrawal
of the Gahal faction in July.
Shimon Peres, who formerly held
no portfolio, was named Minister
of Transportation and Po.sts; Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir also
took on the Ministry of Commerce
and Industry portfolio, and Ag-
riculture Minister Chaim Ovatl
now is also head of the Ministry
of DcvdoDmont.
Dr. Joseph Burg of the National
Religious Party was shifted to the
Ministry of Interior to fill the post
left vacant by the death of Moshe
Shapiro, also of the NRP. Michael
Mazatii ol the NRP, a new Cabinet
appointee, will serve in Dr. Bui : 9
old post as Minister of Welfare.
Eber, McKay Installed On
M-DJC's District Board
Victor I. Eber and John G.
McKay were installed.as members
of the Miami-Dado Junior College
District Board of Trustees at a re-
cent board meeting. Mitchell
Wolfson, chairman, administered
the oath of office.
Gov. Claude Kirk appointed the
two to fill vacancies created by
the expiration of the terms of
Niles Trammell and Leonard A.
Usina; their appointments were
approved by tho State Board ol
Education last month.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
AN SHE EMES,. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. CaQtor Sol Pakowitz 2
EETH AM (TEMPLE,. 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dp S. Miami. Reform. Rabb'
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
' i.lny K p.m. ami 8:10 pm Sermon:
" f Th.-s,- Pases Could Bpenk ."
-.iiuiMav :i n.m. The Torah Lemon
far Mltsvah: Barry, son ot .Mrs
i -ihi-r N'edeUnan 7 p m. Ulncha
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff S
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. "Cantor Ben Dickson 6
I Idsty at suns, i Saturday 8:48 m
- rmoti: "We Oo To War. 6:S0 p.m
Portion of La\w. 7 p.m Bortnon: "No
< ass-Fire."
EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St, Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea t
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drum Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
.-rmou: -'The Frustration i >r Being
Friday 6:30 p.m Baturda] g: a.in
Riant"
<">R OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Beniamin Ben Ari 13
TlFBRETW ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Aw Conservative
__ 14
TIFBRETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.'
4th Ave., Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
ZION (TEMPLE). WOO Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy.
Friday 7:"" p.m. Family Services.
Saturday n.m. Har Mitsvali: Steven
Alan, son >( Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S.
QUtllaV
NO* rh MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CUNortEGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAiVd BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL "(TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi :
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
CUBAN HEBHEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Ronncvaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TKMPt-tTT. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. conservative. Rabbi
Friday 6 pin. Saturday a.m. Pr
l.ohrman will preach, S.-rtnon: "The
Moral Dimension ol the ni-jacklnga
ami the Caaaa-FIre Violation*." Bar
Mltsvah: Mark Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Brooks,
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. ?6
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David LehrfieH
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Friday 5:S0 p.m. Saturday B a.m Ser-
mon: "Law and Order It's A Riot."
Har Milzvah: Gary, son of Mr. Larry
Phillips.
NER 1AMID (TfcMHuc,. dOth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 20
Friday 8:1". p.m. Sermon: "Praeue
and JerusalemA Contrast of Two
Worlds."
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION E12 CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32.A
mon: "Enemy and Friend \vr" Bar
Mltsvah: Mitchell, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. Bugane Brower. 7 p.m. Ulncha.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox,
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 7:1.". p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Craftsmen of Qood Peeling."
CORAL CABLES
JUrf?E-A 'TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 50
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 11:1". am
liar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Top],.
iZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Blroer
1 Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Why *.r,.
>uth still Shoutint' and What ts It
Sarinff" Saturday s-.v, a.m. Bar Mii/-
ynli: nrure. son of Mr. ami Mrs Ro-
bert AlKlpol
FT. LAUDCRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANl'-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Richard M.
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
HALIAN0AIE
HA'LLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. First Ave. 44
HOUtWOOD
BFtw EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friii. 1} vi.-, p.m. Sermon: "The College
Scene.
BETH SHALOM "(TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 4
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MRMMI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35lh
St. Conservative. Raobi Elliot J
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Kcste-
48
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Av?.
Conservative. RaDbi Morris A. likop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSI0E
M?9AN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
SO
NORTH K.A.V.I BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TFMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "A N.-w
Beginning in ReviewA First Anni-
versary Sermon Saturday 1<>:3i> n.m.
li:ir Mltsvah: Brie, son of Mr Joseph
Adams and Mrs. sheni Adams.
wi; SBJ
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah-F
Caplan. 33
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar-
rCMinical \JeUvision 'Program*
*t -< 4. 8:.% a.nv-The First Estate.
Topic: 'The Business of Safety-
Guest: Glenn Sudduth, Executive Director
Dark- County Citizens' Safety Council.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Panel: Rabbi Morton Malavsky. representatives of
Archdiocese of Miami and the Fellowship of
Churches.
Sept. 13-Ch. 7. 10 run. The Still Small Voice
Topic: 'The Voice of Youth"
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah
Guests: R,l,,h Behmoiras. Frances Glushakow. Day.
id Abramowitz
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Friday. September 11. 1970
*'Jm isti Meridian
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letters to the editor
Our Empty Guarantee To Israel
Temple Officers, Board
. .. ...... .
Members To Be Consecrated
Temple Beth Sholom's recently Abbott, Norman Arkin, Abro n
r.DITOU. The Jewish Florldian: ers.
On Sunday, Aug. 30, 197Q. te-
,; i submitted its seventh earn-
plaint of alleged violations by the
Egyptians in the 31--mile-w.de
"military standstill zone." The
latesi complaint is in reference t<>
-construction and other prepara-
lorial ork on ground-to-air mls-|
Bile sites still In progress within
in is mile sector west of the Suez
Canal."
A basic part of the cease-fire
agreement, as pushed by the Nix-
on administration, was that there
. i be a military standstill in
the canal area. President Nix n
assured Israel, which feared .hat
the cease-fire period would b
used by Egypl and the other Arab
nations to strengthen their mili-
tary positions, that the United
Slates would not condone any
bu ld-up.
The response of the Nixon ad-
rtration to the repeated Israel!
charges of cease-lire violations is
... and evasive. Not only are
; .. charges being Ignored by Bk
i nistration, but Israel seems to
be viewed by Washington as a
troublemaker for having made tti
; 1 StS.
President Nixon's desire for
in the Middle East can not
b faulted. However, to Ignore
cease-fire violations and a mili-
tary build-up, in pursuit of such
peace, Is to wear dangerous blind-

If Egypt is. iii fact, moving more
missiles into the Suez ana during
this cease-fire, it would be diffi-
cult to conclude that peace is iis
major objective.
Any military build-up in Egypt
or other adjacent Arab nation is a
peril to Israel's security and its
very existence, and can not be
ignored bv Israel.
There have been reports from
Washington that some of the'
charges were checked and found
to be true, but that the adminis-
tration finds it expedient In its
pursuit of peace, not to demand
strict compliance from Egypt. Such
a policy would be a complete ab-
dication >'. oar responsibility to
I this small nation, whom we as-
still as a major prerequisite to
tlieir accepting our Government's
. proposal.
' HIHiK RGttSRT L. UROVER
i Miami Bea*h
DDTPOdt, The Jewish OToridiaii:
Last week the announcement
was made public thai Commission-
er Alex Gordon had taken a stand
against voting for appropriations
for the Historical Association of
Southern Florida, Inc. The State
1 has already approved the county's
1 inclusion of the Association in the
' budget, hut the final decision rests
with the county commission is
who will probably vote on Sept. I
15. There are many of us in the;
community who feel that the allo-
cation is urgent and hope that Mr.
Gordon will reconsider,
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30 years old. For most of those
years there was no museum. For'
the past few years, however, there!
has been one loeated in an old
homo at 2013 \. Bayshore Dr.
The di cfaion t i store historical
holdings in lhal area was an un-
fortunate choice. The land is sub-
ject to flooding, is too el t
salt water and is inaccessible lo
the public. i
In an effort to perfo:m a c >m
munity service, members of the
\sFiciation hive Iven working
diligently anxiously hoping to re-
looate the museum in the hi-:n
dry. accessible- and historic fit-
caya area. If the al!(K'ntion is
mad", it will provide S'_'i:(i.fill) for a
6.500 s(].fl. buildin- next to the
Museum of Science. Both museums
would share facilities and equip-
ment.
As n member of tivs community I
I strongly urge Mr. Cordon to Pi
, consider his stand, so that we may
continue to preserve historical
items, documents and rtrticrftfU HOj
thai we may broaden the educati m i
of all Florida children.
MARIAN SNKIDKK
elected officers and board mem-
in is will be consecrated by Dr.
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader,
during the 8:15 p.m. Friday serv-
ices at the temple.
The officers and board members
will be honored at an Oneg Shah-
bat following tiu' services which
will also serve as a "Show and
Tell" reception for new and pros-
I" ctiVC members.
Officers for the coming year in-
clude Eli Katzin, president; Jonas
llrotman. Marvin CoopiT, David
Miller and Harold Zinn. vice pres-
idents; James S. Knopke. general
ccrctary; Philip Postelnek, treas-
urer, and Harry B. Smith, finan-
cial secretary.
The board of directors includes
Alvin B. Lowe, chairman, Howard
II. Miller, vice chairman. Jack A.
Baker, Harry Blumin. Moims
Cooper, Meyer Don, Leon J. Ell,
Abe C. Fine, Miltcn Gaynor, Gay
Gerson, Harold Granoff, Dr. Ri -
rrtJaffe, Frank Kanien, Irving '
Kaplan. Dr. Leo Levin. Di Sanb i
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Friday. September 11, 1S7C
This Week In History
(From the files of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agenry)
40 Fran Ag This H>eh: 1936
John M. Slaton, wko had par-
doned Leo Frank before he was
lynched, was roundly defeated for
Georgia's Democratic gubernator-
ial nomination in a race dominated
by the 17-year-old case.
Rabbi Israel H. Levinthal mark-
ed his 20th anniversary as spirit-
ual leader of the Brooklyn Jewish
Center.
The National Socialists polled an
"astonishing"' 6.4 million votes in
the German Reichstag elections.
winning 107 of the 573 deputies'
seats, compared with 800.000 votes
and 12 scats in the previous elec-
tion. No Jews were elected. The
Nazi newspaper declared: "Boy-
cotting Jewish shops is only child's
play. A great war against Jewish
domination will begin in Germany
and we shall liberate our people
from the yoke of the Elders of
Zion."
A genealogy published in a
Berlin newspaper contended that
Prince Otto Leopold von Bismarck.
the 'Iron Chancellor." had Jewish
ancestry.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1960
Prof. Arnold Toynbee wrote that
religious Diasporas were the wave
of the future and that "the Jew-
ish American community can look
forward confidently to being able
to maintain continuous communal
identity."
James T Moore, an American
non-Jew. was arrested in San
Francisco after allegedly posing as
. a Jew named "Jacob It/hnk Motor,"
claiming he had entered the U.S.
I illegally, being deported to Israel.
I becoming an Arab agent, getting
! himself arrested in Israel and ex-
pelled, posing as a Catholic and
obtaining return fare from a priest.
The West German Defense Minis-1
try said the Israeli grenades und
submachine guns bought the previ-
ous year "have fully satisfied ow
expectations," adding: "We would
not have signed the contract in
the first place if preliminary tests
had not proved they were the best
to be had."
Around 1,000 U.S. Jews were re-
ported to have emigrated to Is-
rael in 5720.
The U.S.S.R. rejected as "un-
acceptable" Israeli stamps bearing
the likeness of Theodor Herzl.
A conference on Soviet Jewry,
convened in Paris by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, was addressed by him.
Prof. Martin Buber, Dean James
Pike and NAACP counsel Thur-
good Marshall. Dr. Goldmann said:
"This policy if not modified, can in
the long run bring about the
forced disintegration of the 'So-
viet Jewish! community and even
its disappearance as such."
Jerusalem got its first supermar-
ket"a highly modern operation
even bv American standards."
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Page 13- A
MATTER OF FACT
Continued from P9 4-A
and the U.S. representative in
CViiro, Donald C. &>rgns,. wg>\
forttKtnictbd*to Itture signa-
ture! or even initials, to con-
firm acceptance of the cease-fire
terms sot forth in the papsr
above-quoted. But verbally at
least, the Russian and Egyptian
acceptance was unequivocal.
On this basis, the U.S. govern-
ment felt free to assure the Is-
raeli government that we could
guarantee there would be no
\-olation of the crticial clause
requiring a complete military
standstill in the combat zone.
The Israelis accepted the cease-
fjre on the basis of this Ameri-
can guarantee, whereupon the
violations began on the very
night of Aug. 6, when the cease-
fire became effective.
Squalid as this may seem, the
reluctance of certain American
officials to admit they had been
shamelessly baml>oozled quite
obviously played a role in the
sappy American shuffling about
the reality of the cease-fire vio-
lations. In the end. however,
multiple and continuing viola-
tions could no longer be denied.
Concerning the effect of this
introduction of large numbers of
additional Soviet antiaircraft
missiles into the combat zone,
more must be said in a subse-
quent report. Meanwhile, the
point here is, quite simply, that
the U.S. government has been
flagrantly lied to on a matter
of cardinal significance. Yet thus
far, we have let the lying pass
with hardly more than a whimp-
er of protest.
This js not the first occasion,
either. The much earlier black
lies told by Ambassador Dobry-
nin about the Soviet missiles in
Cuba are starkly set forth in the
late Sen. Robert Kennedy's book,
The Thirteen Days." Despite
this proven untruth in the past,
moreover, Ambassador Dobry-
nin'i subsequent career as a ge-
nial deceiver has been startling,
to put It very mildly Indeed.
Either directly or through
very close staff members, Dob-
rynin has forged remarkably
. intimate links with several Ful-a
bright-school senators. The links
I' are so close, fact, that th
i^gfiajgrs "i "in.->-,,,i ^frf)' '
believe Uobrynin, while th<>y
angrily disbelieve their own gov-
ernment.
In many other "Beel and "Toli"
chats, moreover, Dobrynin's per-
suasive mendacity contributed
very greatly to the basic con-
viction behind Secretary Rogers'
policy. This is the conviction
that in the Middle East, the So-
viets' "want a political settle-
by JOSEPH ALSOP
ment" that this country could
easily accept. The affair of the
standstill cease-fiee- led the
United States into the humilia-
tion of offering a wholly phony
guarantee to Israel. But that
was only the end of a much
loi.gei atorv.
After the Cuban missile crisis,
President Kennedy refrained
from asking for Dobrynin's re-
call, on the ground that the am-
bassador may not have known
he was lying. It was a poor argu-
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Films Mostly Holdovers
Films being held over for the
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and "The Undefeated." Palm
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Stanley Sweetheart." Parkway and
"Cactus Flower" at the Norman-
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in and North Dade Drive-in.
Hotel Monday, Oct. 19. with rep-
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* Jewish Fl-crkfar
Friday. September 11. 1970
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Can Israel Bank On United States Pledge?
IsftAKLI ana-
lysis trying
to make tense
out of Wash-
n'j reJu< -
tanoe to take a
firm stand on
the continuing
standstill" vio-
lations by Paissia and Egypt in
the Suez Canal zone are rinding
Am. rican b, havior beyond com-
prehi nsion. The more charitable
,ni < ... sayin [thai Washing-
ton a s.i afraid ol a confronta-
tion with Russia, it will pay
practically any puce to avoid it.
t;., kss charttabl believe the
incemeni of sam batteries
suited Washington's purpose,
skid ii would u.eii.is, tne pris-
on Is. :i I to make COI i --
ions i: would otherwise prob-
nhlv refuse to make.
But this is exactly the reason
analysts feel Washington's poi-
Icj I- not serving American in-
terests not even in the short
run. Egypt publicly admitted
early ibis year that only Am. t-
ica. as Israel's protector, could
com|)el the Israelis to withdraw
from the areas occupied in the
Six-Day War. But ii Soviet
threats and pressure, rather
than American intervention, ul-
timately bring about Israeli published in the Cairo news-
withdrawal, the credit natural- paper Al Ahram that by posi-
1.. will no to Moscow, raising tioning the missiles in this
its prestige in the Arab world manner. Moscow has repeated
ami many other nations as well, the ultimatum she gave in 1930.
One wonders if Washington
ciid. in fact, have any clear
promise from Moscow to respect
the freeze. President Nassci s
No. 1 spokesman. Hassanin Hai-
kal. boasted in a recent column
The stage is set to make the
most, propaganda-wise, of any
promises broken by the United
States. If Israel is let down now.
all of America's allies will mis-
trust her "guarantees."
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver

Tal's Love Affair With Israel
UNIYKRSITY OK ILLINOIS All-America basket-
ball star Talbot Tal" Brody, a nath
Tnnton. N.J.. has finished ins military service and
.- b >ing home H< served with the US. Army, but
'home" is Israel, where he is an adopti d son and
tional hei Brodj will marry llv I m k> u sabra
who visited his pan nts in T spring ind
- ttle down In Tel Aviv, where he p'ars to help
i-: lelii learn to plaj basketball through a serl
clinic- wes Nets Wingate
School of Physical Education.
As an America! and an outsl ete,
Brody hat a special fascination for the Israelis He
first visited that country In 1965 as a membei of
the gold-medal winning UJS Maccabiah isketball
t.am. and immediately fell In love with the country
and its people. During 1967. both before and aft.-r
the Six-Day War. Brody continued to endear him-
self to the Israelis. He volunteered to hold basket-
ball clinics for Israeli troops and travelled to tin-
various fronts, where his appearance was therapy.
The picture of Tal Brody. arm-in-arm with Moshe
Dayan, was reprinted in newspapers around the
world. To the Israelis, he was an American who
cared enough to to go out of his way- not onV re-
maining in Israel during bard times, but making
himself available to the tmups for basketball garni s
and the inevitable bull-sessions. He learned Hebrew
tne haul way. through study and conversation.
The affection in which Brody is held became
fully apparent last year when the 19t>9 U.S.
abiah team "as quartered in the Ramat Aviv
Hotel in Tel Aviv. He was late in arriving to loin
the ti to the fact that he was a member of
American rvicc squad In Greece capturing the
nal Milit.ii> Basketball Championship.
d manj were inquiring for him at
the hotel desk, and when he finally did check In, it
i- a- ii all Israel had somehow tuned In on
special wave-length. Literally hundreds of persons
see him, morning noon and night.
Wh.-n the Maccabiah U.S. Israel gold medal
basketball game was played, each ol the players
was applauded as he stepped onto the court, but
the biggest hand was served for Tal. He is an in-
spiration to the youngsters, who mimic the way he
plays, his walk and the way he talks.
Before leaving for Israel. Brody stopped off at
the U.S. Committee Sports for Israel office in New
York City to make a request for basketball instruc-
tional films to help him teach the sport once begets
"home." If anyone has such a film, would tliey kind-
ly send it to Tal Brody. c o the U.S. Committee
.Sports for Israel. Suite 1501. Hotel New Yorker.
34th Street and 8th Ave.. New York, N.Y. 10001?
BOOK RiVllVJ
By Seymour B. Liebman
If I Forget Thee O Jerusalem
Tut: STORY of how American
.l.wry helped to create Israel
jn spite of Britain, the U.S. State
Department, President Rook
and Joseph Kennedy & Co.. mi ,-hl
have served as a sub-title for Rob-
ert SilvcrKng's If I Forget The-
O I'rtiKulcm i William Morrow.
I JS12.95 >.
An over-priced book with many fascinating
pages, it can serve as a primer for those who knu.v
noUiing of the subject matter. It is an addition t.,
the growing number of books which deal with the
role of American Zionism to aid and the roles of the
American Jewish Committee to hinderabet ted by
many refwnn rabbi* On the other hand there a )|
many Reform rabbis who participated with the
Zionists and who fought against their colleagues in
the Council for Judaism.
We look forward to the daj when all the boohs
on the subject oi American Jewry's role win be
synthesize,! hy a knowledgeable writer and objec-
tive judgments win i.,- made by competeol bis
ans. brthe interim, it is urgent that the oral his-
tory Jjepj-ecorded from the lips ol the numerous
participant- in the momentous decade m.W-1949.
The book has tine., primas} weaknesses The
first is the author's dedication to microscopic
tails. The second i.- that one of tin- most important
- in Zionism (1946-1947) is omitted The thud
i- the absurd attempt by an otherwise capable
writer to asses., and apprahv internal Lie in l
a. well .1- some aspects ol American Jewtota activi-
tie- iSilvcilx!; cannot speak Hebrew and he had
no association with Zionism or emotional attachment
to Israel prior to \'.>~I not to mention the presence
oi several errors of fact.
However, the duplicity of President Roosevelt,
the anti-Semitism ot the middle echelons of the
st it.- Department, including items omitted from
"While Si\ Million Died." the concern for oil ratrn
than lor the s iving ol Jewish lives is revealed in nli
shameful The omission of the struggle of the Silvcr-Neit-
man faction of the Z.O.A. to oust the W&c-Gold-
st ican Zionist Emergency Council is regrettable. The
victory ol" Abba Hillel Silver and his "secretary of
state" Emanuel Neuman represented a turning
point in the approach ot Zionists influencing Wash-
ington toward help for a Jewish state. The overthrow
of Wise's back-door policy toward the White House
and the new militancy engendered by Silver, the
last great Jewish leader in American Jewish life, are
yet to be told
There is a possibility that the Wei/mann-TYu-
man conversation of March, 1947 as reported in the
book is not correct. Then' are some who lxdieve that
at this meeting Weizmann agreed, without any au-
thority, to a postphonment of statehood and to ac-
cept an interim U.N. Trusteeship.
We hope tint the author has laid to resl for an
the charge ol dual loyalty that has been
tevel* Zionists b.r the past :,(. years. i> is
dear that Sitverberg does not understand Herzl
Rind h.- term- him "a literary pla>'.\" and a
v m dilettante." He overemphasizes Ben Hecht
'""' : and he appear- to he ,verly eon-
eerned with the fulminatlons of the American
Council for Judaism and Selz r. Hit ink of under-
standing .. and his reliance on Israeli opin-
ion |m,1|s detracts iron the book. In tact, the book
would be improved by the elimination ot th,. n
devoted to a discus-ion of post-independence
Israel and fund raising in America. These matters
are not germane to the subject and are beyond the
competence of the author.
[
; Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
1
New Kibbutz Image
SKVF.L-S IIKBRF.W press bio-
- imed out this summer with ..
number of large advertisements
typical American real estate pro-
motion style, with an attractive
photograph ol' a beautiful tv.11
low gOI g( ly landscaped. 1-
ing for all the world like what is
called a villa in Israel in the cen-
' :' BUt tlliS V, .,,;,! to ^ r(..,, egtate
new home. The heading said: "The Kibbutz Wants
to be Your Home." It was an appeal to Israelis to
abandon urban life, with its hustle and bustle, ta.v.
and problems, slums, noise and congestionfor th
quiet, secure, comfortable lile in a kibbutz.
The Kibbutz has been carrying on this cam-
paign for some years. Israels collective settlement,
the pride and joy of Zionists everywhere, is facing a
gradual departure of its youth. They are not aban-
doning the kibbutz in droves, but it is becoming in-
creasingly difficult to keep the boys on the farm
three years in the army.
Attempts to bring new immigrants to the kib-.
but/ have not been altogether successful. More than
t!0 kibbutzim maintain Ulpan courses for immi-
grants, under the auspices of the Jewish Agency,
hoping that some of the newcomers will remain
when tho cou:e.is completed. Some 8'* do stay. on.
but some ot these drop out later. It i* a high price
that the kibbutz pays, because the remainder of the
Hebrew-studying immigrants are not always the
kind who contribute to a quiet life. Marijuana-
smoking hippies arouse great resentment among
kibbutz members who. despite .ill you may have
beard to the contrary, are staunchly conservatice.
In its appeal to city dwellers the kibbutz em-
phasizes the eci>nomie and social security advan-
tages, the high cultural and educational standards,
and opportunities in industry agriculture and crafts
available. This year I note a new appeal which I
have not seen in previous kibbutz advertising: "The
kibbutz res|>ects the will of the individual, and
enables you to contribute of your talents and your
Initiative in accordance with your ability." This
certainly sets up a new image for the kibbutz.
Many applicants are turned away because of the
severe selectivity. Among the candidates are many
"refugees" from problems: broken families; hard-
luck individuals who couldn't make a success of
- anything: psychological cases. The kibbutz wants
none of these. Even those chosen must first undergo
a trial period before membership is mad.' perma-
nent.
There doc.- not seem to be any mad stamjiede tu
th,' kibbutz. Today's Inflationary picture of full em-
ployment and thriving economy make the kibbutz
less of a drawing power. If salaries are frozen or
reducer! simultaneously with sharp rise in tax -
Increase in unemployment and general austerity, the
kibbutz may ha\e many more candidates, howl
Or. Rivka Bar-Yosef a distinguished Israeli so-
ciologist, has observed, The kibbutz is an Israeli
showpiece of which everyone here is proud. Israel -
like to boast about this sociological innovation, bul
their pride in it is purely vicarious. The great ma-
jority usually hasten to ad.l that it is a great paste
a wonderful place but for me. of course.
L .. ___ ....
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day. September 11, 1970
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Page 15- A
LEGAL NOTJCe
IrtTeTTRCUIT COURT OF THE
FN TcwFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 E,LNE D FOR DADE COUNTY,
INB FLORIDA
No. 70-14553
NOTICE OF SUIT
plaintiff,
Lll.TON I FRCMAN.
h,V' mT't-'In- 1. FRUMAN
, o Bergnwn
,,..,> i-'-1 -1M s,reet
DMwiklvn. New York
rnnARB HEREBY NOTIFIED
a. Vi.vour Answer to the Complaint
Er'Kwf Hied I" *! ''our. aKa",s
I ith the Clark of the Court ami
r"u, of vour written defenses
'"' !'in sAttorney. ARTHCR S.
I '.\vs M-ii" Blscajrue Building. 19
u KI-.Bl.T Street. Miami. Florida,
,, r before JIM fflrd day of
Vimli.r IWOi otherwise a Judg-
;.!, may be entered against you for
.., relief d. niandcd in the Complaint.
Dated tin.- ITih day of August. WO.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal, ._,. .^j,
IEGAI NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2145
In RE: Estate of
Rii.SBBEN.VETT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons llnv-
lalnu or Demands Against Said
i gre hereby notified and retpjir-
preHenl any claims and demands
uhich roll way have against the es-
: ri I8E BENNETT deceased
I : r>ad* County, Florida, to the
ly Judges of Dude County, and
f the name In duplicate and as prn-
.,1 in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
(heir ..ffi.es in the County
i urthouse In Dade County,Florida.
v nix calendar months from the
llme of the first publication hereof,
name "ill be barred.
Dated al .Miami, Florida, this 4th
0. i August, A IV 1970.
MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN
As Administrator of the
He of Hose Bennett
: publication of this notice on
- .i.-i day of August. 1970.
MAIA'OLM II FRIEDMAN
:_; S i: First Street, Miami.-Fla.
8/2I-2S 9/1-11
NOTICE UNUEH <
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dcsirnig to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC ARTS
OK FLORIDA at 111 N.E. 2nd Avi ,
Miami, Fi.ri.ia Intend to r< ajiater salt!
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
RAIL II. ol.fVA (owner :,n^ )
JQ9B OAMAI.IO R. (owner 50%)
- 28 9/4-11-IS
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
CO LTV HCL11E,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANCES HULME.
1 lefelldallt.
TO: PRANCES IiriJlB
Defendant
c/o Mr. Ed Dormnn
4 Phillips Drive
Bwailboro, North Carolina 2S.",S4
You, FRAVCES HCLME. are here-
by notified that n Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve n copy
of. your Answer or" "Pleading to tho Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney. MAURICE JAY KCTNF.lt, Esq.,
1802 Northeast Airlines Building, ISO
S.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on ,,r before the 23rd day of
September. 1970. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH-FLOR11 HAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of August A.D.
1970.
F. 1! I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
UACRICBJAY KUTNER, ESQ.
1302 Northeast Airlines Building
160 S. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida .1:1131
Attorney Cur Plaintiff
21 -28 9/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2872
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' RE: Estate of
ETHEL M KENNELL,
I ..-eased.
I T,. All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
B I Halms or Demands Against Said

You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
i the estate of ETHEL M. KENNELL
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
[ i'la, to the County Judges of Dude
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.Hi.
ritla Statutes, in their offices in
Jhe County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
y, Florida, within six calendar mouths
the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 24th
of August. A.D. 1970.
BEN ESSEN
As Administrator C.T.A.
first publication of this notice on
the 2ft h .lay of August, 1970.
^JCHAPli ESSEN
attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
208 Aln-I.v Bldg.,
U, Fla,
_________??_?/*-' L45
|lN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-15094
'MBS u. HALL,
Plaintiff,
IORBU.E E. HALL,
I K'fendant,
NOTICE OF SUIT
fu: IOKEI.i.b E HALL
1271 It. v, rly Road
Mel,, an. Virginia
>'" ahk HEREBY NOTIFIED that
1 ""Hi.out for Divorce has been
" agalm t you and vou are re-
s'1""''1 to serve a copy of vour plead-
jig to the complain) on the plaintiffs
attorneys HOLLANDER* PESTCOE.
. ity National Hank Building. 25
I-.,'^ .K,e.r s""'t. Miami. Florida
-n. and file the original answer or
J"'ding in the office of the clerk of
. :'..*'' "url On or before Septcm-
--... 19,0. If you fall to do so, judg-
" "'it by default will be taken against
[,,,.'"" ""' rilUf demanded in the
f' tnt.lanit.
I '."". ". ANr> ORDERED this 19th
iaj ..t August, 1970,
E B I.EATHERMAN, CI.EP.K
By: P. copill.AND
I iti~ Deputy clerk
I" IrcuitCourt seal)
_________'!S 9/4-11-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
\tvr.r-,- NAME LAW
tlieim/t '' IS PREBTf CIVKN that
o underMened. desiring to eaigage In
1, v vi-'i-'i' IT "'' fictitious nan... of
27ft v K MARKET al 2740 N.W.
reSJl!'nuS Miami, Florida intend to
ti,,. ,.,rr ":"'1 """' with the Clerk o
l-'lorida tOUrt of Dadc COUntJ!
Ruben Moralti
Adolfo Corteio
|nAYMOXD^0>1*"-
Attorney for Parties
9/4-11-18-25
P.-NOTICE UNDER
In-otick Ti '.?,us NAME LAW
|thrS5_HRBX GIVEN tha
f"'Kistr ...! ,a"am|. Florida Intends to
[the Cir.. n.1Une wl,h the Clprk of
horida Court of Dade County.
^"M-Hothenbcr.g Secretary
8; 8 i.v.>ra, Way
Miami, Florida
8/28 9/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3005
Dowling
In RE: Estate of
J. JAY.KI.1NI-;
a/k/a JOSEPH J. KI.1NE
Daceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are heruby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of J. jay KLINE a/k/a Jo-
seph J. KLINE deceased late of
Dude County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733.10. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar month.- from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of August. A.D. 1970.
/s/ Jacqueline D. Kott
Jacqueline D. Kott
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 2sth day of August, 1970.
UWVI-N E KOTT
12205 Hock Sardan I.ano
Miami, Florida 281M
Attorney for Executrix
28 9'4-ll-18
PRELIMINARY.CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AIJ. To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMB GREETINGS:
Whereas. ME1.V1N GROSSMAN, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, MAITA 9ROSS-
MAN. .Miami Beach. Florida. CLAUDE
D. EICHi::.. Miami, Florida did OH
the 2nd day of July. A.D. I!"i9 cause
to be incorporated under the laws I .'
the State of Florida MF.I.V1N GROSS-
MAN. T A. a corporation, with its
principal place of business at Miami
Beach. Dadc County in the State of
Florida, anil whereas such con).nation
did on the loth day of August, A.D.
1970. cause to be filed in the office
of the Department of Siale of tho
State of Florida, the documentary
autluifity required under Section 608.-
27. Florida. Statutes, ahowinaj the dis-
solution of Mich corporation.
Now. therefore the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with. _
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto set
my hand and have at-
fixed the Great Seal of
the Slate of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the tenth day of
August. A.D. 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
8 21-28 O.'4-ll
__________IEGAI NOYICI_________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-14770
DIETER H. TIPPE,
Plaintiff,
MARIE O'HAOAN TIPPE,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: MARIE O'HAQAN TIPPE
42 Abbott Avenue
>. aan drove, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you ate
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
TAI.IANOFF & WAI.I.EK, Attorneys
for Plaintiff, whose address is 420
Lincoln Boad. Miami Iteach. Florida
33139, and file the original with the
Cl-rk 01 the al.ove-stykd Court on or
before tha 22ml day of September,
1970: otherwise a judgment may he
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. B. I.EATHERMAN
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: 1.. SNEEDEN
1 '.piny Clerk
TAI.IANOFF & WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
8/21-28 9/1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDc. i OOURT
IN AND FOR DAH> COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN-f^rtOBATE
No. 86346
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
in RE: Estate of
FLORENCE V SCOMIXEN,
I lees a.-. .1.
notice Is hereby given that l have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate of FLOR-
ENCE V. BUOMIXEN, deceased: aid
that on the 30th day of September,
197", will apply to tin- Honorable
County Judges of Dad,- County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Re-
port and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Executor the above-mentioned decedent. This
30th day of August. 1970.
, s Henry R. Ward
Henry R. \\ ard, Executor
s ii Paul Reattj
E Paul Ke.itty
Attorney
liin:t Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Flu.
__________________________0'4-11 -18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3102
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE: Estate of
ARTHCR J. BROOKS
I Kfceaaed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims tir Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have agaiusi the es-
tate of ARTHCR J. BROOKS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
tq the County Judges of Dad,- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dadc County, Flor-
ida, Within six calendar mouths from
the time of the first publication hare*
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 19111
day of August, A.D. 1970.
ELIZA LET! I L. BROOKS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on thf
4th day of September. 1970.
RoltEKT 11. NEWMAN. ESQ.
Attorney for Elisabeth L. Brooks
EXI I'UtrlX Of the estate of
Arthur J, Brooks
M.i-mi:, Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
/4-11-1S-2-,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICf
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUFlT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-14697
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J A M ES JAC K A Li >NE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELLEN l.ms JACKALONB,
I lefelldallt
TO: ELLEN LOIS JACKALONB
479 Hobolaen Road
caristadt. New Jeniey
Yon, ELLEN LOIS JACK A LONE
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complain! for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer ol
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, POLLACK a
YOCOM, I70O n \v. 7th Street, Suite
MM), Miami. Florida and file the origin-
al Answer or Pleading hi the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the I'sth day of September.
197". If you fall to do so, judgm, nl by
default will I..- taken against you for
the relief demanded In tho Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUHMDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Pith day of August A.D.
1970.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Curl. Dade County. Florida
By: c l". OOPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
fCireuit Court Sell)
Law Offices of Polktck & Vnmm
17" N.W. 7th Street Suite 100
Miami. Florida 331811
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/21-2N 9-4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19306
NOTICE
IN" RE: ADOPTION OF MINOR,
MISTY LEIOH EVANS.
BY:
BONNIE JEAN AXE and
WILLIAM AXE
To: l/il" EVANS
Residence Cnknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
the nbove-named Petitioner BONNIE
JEAN AXE cud WILLIAM AXE. has
filed a petition in the above-styled
ourt for the adoption of the minor
child named therein and you are re-
quired to show cause why the same
should not be granted by serving a
Copy of vour written defenses, if any.
upon LESTER ROOERS. Attorney
for Petitioner. I4".l N.W. 17th Avenue,
i Miami. Florida :t:H^"., and by filing
I the original thereof with Ihe Clerk
I of said Court on or before tin- 28th
day of September. 1970, or otherwise
a decree maa be i ntered against >ou
granting said adoption.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said court at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 13th day of August.
1970.
E P. I.EATHERMAN
Cl.rk of the Circuit Curt
Ity: c. P. COPELAND
(Circuit Court Seal)
8/21-28 9/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANjD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-783
Judge Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of f
LUCILLE B. OOLD8TEIN, a/k/a
LUCILLE BROWN
1 let -eased.
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Again t
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to prevent any claims and de -
mands which you may have agaln-t
H.....slate of I.Cill.LE B. GOLD-
STEIN, a/k/a LUCILLE BROWN d
ceased late of ihuie County, Florid
I*. Ibe Cou-.it>' Judges of Dade C,,u -
ty. and file th" same in duplicate B
as provided in Section 788.16, Flori- ..
Statutes, in their Offices in the C..u
ty Courthouse in Dadc County. Flo
Ida, Within six calendar months I p I
the time of the first publication hei
of. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I '.
day of August, A.D. 1970.
Florence H. Selbler
As Administratrix of the Estate of
Lucille B. Qaldsteln, a/k/a
Lucille Brown
First publication of this notice i "f
the ?ist day of Auirust, 1970.
RONALD U DAVIS ,'
AttortK) for Estate /
417 Biscayne Building I
19 W. Flngler Street
.Miami, Florida 331X0
8/21-28 9/4-11
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
-No. 70-14967
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STANLEUOH MYKO.N FRANKLIN,
Plaintiff,
vs
NOR.UA B. FRANKLIN,
Defendant.
TO: Mrs. Norma P.. Franklin
. ,. Alma Boalv. right
Jonesville. Virginia
You. NORMA B. FRANKLIN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to aarve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, pail kwit-
NEY, ESQ. Suite 510, 42M Lincoln
Load. Miami Beach, Florida 3S189 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in Ihe office ..f the Cleric of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 18th day
of September, 1970. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against yam for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OIHDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
I Florida, this IStli day of August A.D.
1971
E 11 LEATHF.RMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
i:>: J. c. SMITH
I NtPUty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PACE KW|TNEY
42" Lincoln Road, Suite ',10
Miami Beach. Florida 13139
Attorney lot1 Plaintiff
________S '21-2S 9 4-11
NOTICE' UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
BILL'S MIAMI HARDENS FISHERY
at 3300 N w. 191st Street, Opa Locka,
Florida intends to register said lam
with the Clerk of tha "'ircuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM METZ
JOSEPH SCHMIER
.Attorney for Applicant
COS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone SSI-5836 ,.... ,.
9,4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10481
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEDRrTE RAPHAEL.
Plaintiff,
LUCIBNNE RAPHAEL,
Defendant.
TO: LTJCIENNE RAPHAEL
oo Danvise Cassous
Port Au" Prince, Haiti
You. LVCIENNE RAPHAEL, nre
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has ben filed
..gainst you. and you arc required to
Kerve n copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing io the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. GOODMAN S-
IIOLTZMAN. Hi"' Concord lildg.. 88
W. Flngler si Miami. Florida 33130,
and file ihe original Answer ..r Plead-
ing;, ill the office of the Clerk oi the
Circuit Court on or before the "v'li
day of September, 1970. If you fail to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for Uie relief de-
manded in the Bill of Comphtint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of August A.D
1970.
E. P. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deput] Clerk
fCircuit Court Seali
GOODMANHHoLTZMAN
into Concord Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33180379-08M
Attorneys for Plaintiff
s '21-88 9/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-1895
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ANN BEITSCHBR SENTER
Dee...... To All Creditors and All Pi
Having claims or Demands Again
said Estate:
You are lierehy notified and i
quired to present any claims and d-
mands which v.-u may have agali
Hi. estate nl ANN UEITSCHER SB.
TEH d.....a-..i late or bade Coum
Florida, t.. the County Judges
Dade County, and file Ihe same
duplicate and as provided in Sectl.
7:t::.|i:. Florida Statutes, in their .
flees in ih" County Courthouse
Dade County. Florida, within s
calendar months from the time i
the first publication hereof, or ti
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this I-
dav of August, A 11 1970
HOWARD .1. HOLLANDER
Attorney for Sam Strain.. Executor
?." CltJ National Bank Building
Miami, Florida 33130
8/21-2R 9/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-13388
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DANIEL K I LCREASE, /
Plaintiff.
I,
1.11.LIE MAXINE K1I.CREASE,
Defendant. '
Tic l.ll.LIE MAXiNE KXLCREASB
Residence Unknown
You. l.ll.LIE MAXINE KILCREAP .
are hereby notified that a Bill of Cor .
plaint for Divorce has been fib i
against you. and you are required I :
I s, rve a copy of your Answer or Plea -
log to ihe Bill of Complaint on i
Plaintiffs attorney ENfSEI. & HAI -
PERN, Mini N.W. inth Ave.. Sui
Z7-G, Miami, Florida and file tl
original Answer or Pleading in tl *
office of the Clerk of the Clrcu
Court on or before the lSth day i f
Sept., 1970. If you fail to do so. jud. -
ment by default will be taken again-*
you for 111.- relief demanded in C
Bill of Coninlaint.
This notice shall be published on -
each we.k f..r four consecutive we.
in THBJEVt ISH PLORTDTAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mi.ir
Florida, this 17th day of Augu-t A >,
1970
E.B. LEATHHRMAN, Clerk
druUil Court, Dade County. Florid
Bj : C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
i Circuit ("oili l Seal)
BNi IBL \- HAI.PERN
1400 N W null Avenue. -17-Q
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/21-2S 9/4-1'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 70-2239
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Satan ol
CELE ROTH
Deceased.
To All Creditors nnd All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You aro hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against ihe es-
tate of CELE ROTH, de-.a-cl late of
Dad. County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided ;:i
Section 733. If,. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade Couniv. Florida, -with-
in six calendar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
same will ho barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 14th
day of July. A.D. I9?ii.
SAMUEL ROTH
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ihe Hal day of August, 1970.
GEORGE GILBBRT
Attorney for Executor
Suite 229
< me Lincoln ltd. Bldg.
.Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Tel. No. 538-4312
8/21-28 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS'NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE'iY KllVE.N th t
111,- undersigned, de.-iring to .lie.
in business under the fictitious nani
of sin Itl'BIN AUTO A: GENERA .
INSURANCE A01ENCT": SID RCHIV
BAIL PONDS at 44."", Washington A v
.Miami Beach intends |o register sa
names with Ihe clerk <>f ihe Clrcu ..
Court of l1 ids County: Florida.
SIDNEY ,S RUBIN
8/28 9/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
No. 70-2491
In RE: Bstnte of
BERTHA C1I1PE1N,
I leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha
ing Claims or Demands Against Su
Batate:
You are hereby notified and rcpiir.
to present any claims ami demand -
which you may have against the es-
tai.- of BERTHA CH1PKLN dec. as.
late of Dade County, l-'lorida. to tha
County Judges of Dade County, an
file the same ill duplicate and as pr. -
vided in Section 733.16, Florida stat-
uti s, i'n their offiocK in tile Count-
Courthouse in Dadc County, Florldt
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereof,
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I9i
day of August. A.D 1970.
SAMUEL OBLLMAN
As Executor
First publication of this noli.,
the _'sth day of August, 1970.
HARRY ZCK EUNICE.
A tlorne\ for Em cuior
480 I ......in Itoad
Miami Beach. Florida
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eJewislh Floridian
[idBi, Florida Friday, September 11. 1970
Section 3
r3rd ZOA Conclave
Hears Ambassador
Special Prayer Service For Safety
Of Hebrew Academy Ninth Grader
A special prayer service was
held by the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami during an assembly
this week for the safety of Sofia
Temel, a ninth grade student in its
junior high school.
Sofia, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Temel, 445 NE 50th Ter.,
was returning from a visit with her
grandparents in Strasburg, West
Germany when the TWA airliner
on which she was a passenger was
hijacked.
According to information re-
ceived here, Sofia identified her-
self as Jewish, and remained on
the jet with the other Jewish pas-
sengers when non-Jews were re-
moved and taken to a hotel near
the airfield, some 15 miles from
Amman, Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. Temel have con-
tacted officials here and abroad in
their efforts to secure the release
of their daughter but were unsure
if their pleas had had any effect.
U.S. Asks For Meeting 01
U. N. Security Council
The l:.S. government called
I for a meeting of the Security
I Council to consider what course
lof action is open to governments
[whose citizens are being held as
Ihostages by the Palestinian ter-
| rorists.
Meanwhile, three men from
I the International Committee of
the Red Cross were named by
the governments of Switzerland.
Kritain, West Germany and the
United States to serve as a
liaison group in negotiations for
the release of the passengers
| still being detained.
The commandos were said to
| have made specific demands of
Israel, but while Israel might be
willing to contribute toward a
package deal, it is demanding
that no separate agreements be
made by the countries involved
and that every airline passenger
held captive in Jordan be re-
li ased without regard to nation-
ality or religion.
World Jewish Congress offi-
cials appealed to the United Na-
tiona and the International Red
Cross to intervene on humani-
tarian ground and "for the pur-
1 'Of Upholding the freedom
and security of air traffic."
Department spokesman
Robert J. McCloskey said the
United States is continuing ur-
gent consultations with other
governments, but he was not in
a position to announce any ac-
tion. "The safety of all passen-
gers and crewmen held in Jor-
dan is our paramount concern,"
he said.
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers met with .he Ambassa-
dors of Britain and Israel, and
the Swiss and West German
Charges d'Affaires. He later con-
ferred with Defense Secretary
Melvin Laird. CIA director Rich-
ard Helm. White House advisor
Henry Kissinger and Assistant
Secretary of State Joseph J.
Sisco.
Conditions aboard the captive
planes on the desert plateau
not far from Amman continued
to deteriorate. The commandos
were said to be supplying food
and water from a field kitchen,
but there is no electricity and
no air conditioning, and supp'ies
of milk and diapers are running
low.
One of about 30 antique religi-
ous books and documents from
[he library of Rabbi Ezekiel
I"ndau of New York, the late
fher of Rabbi Sol Landau,
which will be on display this
weekend at Beth David Con-
gregation. Some of the items
date back to the mid-1700s.
Security Onincil Scores
Israel's Lebanon Strikes
JERUSALEM (WNS> The
U.N. Security Council scored Is-
rael for its strikes against Arab
terrorist bases in Lebanon on
the southeastern slopes of Mt,
Herman and called for Israel's
immediate withdrawal after
Lebanon charged that Israel hail
"invaded" the Arab state.
Jerusalem described the two
separate strikes as a "patrol ac-
tion" and reported that a large
amount of arms and ammunition
had been taken dining the two-
day search operation. One ter-
rorist was captured along with
a large quantity of arms, am-
munition and documents, and
houses in the village of Bet Lift
were destroyed by explosives.
Israeli spokesmen, who said
the raids were in retaliation for
guerrilla rocket attacks on bor-
der settlements in the Upper Gal-
ilee area, admitted that the Is-
raeli forces had failed to inflict
heavy casualties or damage, and
that the terrorists" rocket at-
tacks on bonier settlements
had not abated.
N V V RK 'JTA) The
;ates attending the
four-day Zionist Organization of
America convention will not
soon forget the final sessions,
h took place against the
' t >.; .-i 01 Israel's announce-
ment that it would withdraw
from the peace talks, and the
terrorist airliner hijackings that
gave the Arabs hundreds of
hostau -.
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States. Gen. Yitzhak Ra-
bin, was the speaker at a dinner
i in honor of the ZOA's outgoing
president. Jacques Torczyner.
He blamed the hijackings on
certain governments and inter-
national agencies' "outright re-
fusal to treat these people as
the criminals they are." He de-
clared that Israel will not stand
idly by. but will safeguard its
air routes on the basis of reci-
procity.
Gen. Rabin warned that fail-
ure to halt this lawlessness and
air piracy will result in literal
"chaos in the skies," and urged
all governments, international
agencies and bodies concerned
with freedom of the skies to act
for the immediate release of all
the passengers, crew and
craft. He demanded forceful an.t
effective measures to guarante
an end to this criminal piracy
and ensure that those responsi-
ble are brought to justice.
Gen. Rabin accused Egypt
and Russia of "duplicity, double
talk and sheer conspiracy," and
said they have tried to hoodwink
the authors of the peace initia-
tive. He said he was reminded of
the Russian duplicity and out-
right lies at the time of the
Cuban missile crisis.
"The peace talks," Gen. Rabin
declared, "were conceived by the
U.S. government as a corridor
to peace, not as an instrument
for intimidation and blackmail.
The cease-fire standstill agree-
ment was designed to nourish
mutual confidence as a back-
ground to the talks, not as i
cover for military conspiracy."
New York attorney Herman
L. Weisman was unanimously
elected to succeed Mr. Torczyn-
er as president of the ZOA. Mr.
Weisman, who was national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal in 1948-49, is president
of the Jewish National Fund.
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Shift the scene from "ho-hum"
"hi-ho"! Choose from spectrums
color in ever/thing from cookware
to wall shelving. Make the scene
fet the festival Burdine's big
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Friday. September 11. \T1
Voters Make Choices In Primaries
Some Candidates Now Face Runoff
Miami attorney. ha irs campaign slogan, obtaining a
arrow 3,000-vote margin over his
he Sept 29 runoff against
Sen. William H. Bevii
-"
Dg < ed out
h* ir chol
number of state-wide at well a.-.
cal racea Among ''.' candidates
: g runoff are tru
i<- nt, 0o Claadi Ki.
J iok Eaki in comix-ting for their
s nomination foi
Jfc-mwrats till in tn. gulM.-rr.ato-
riaj rim are Karl Kaui-loth and
Retlbifl Ask. u
Bill Cramer's victory over o
.'.'irrcl'l Canwell in the HepuWI-
il race for the VS. Senate was
: nr ar-lan'isli'l'-; Karris Bryant
and I-awtor. Chilt-s fact a runoff
Sisterhood Mystery Guest
A "mystery gu>-st" will discuss
Lav \wi Matriasje J-uish Style"
-' Beth tfoahe Sisterhood's open-
ll z meeting of the season in the
tenjple'a Qapeel Sociaj Hall Mon-
day at 8 pjn. Mis. Kik. n Kami,
sklent will preside.
the I>mocratic nomination.
3 f I Jr..
\- ) sue-
to l ibtican J. H-
In the contest for seats on the
Mate's hitjh'T courts, Judges Hal
P. rx-kle. Norman Hendry and Ar-
thur B. Huttoe tallied the most
rates. Robert L. Shevfn and Klmer
Friday face a runoff in the contest
for attorney general, but Richard
Stone was clearly the choice for
secretary of state.
Lode's Democrats returned 11
incumbents to th>- Florida House
of Repn-s.-ntatives. Dr. Walter
Sackctt was the only House mem-
b>-r forced into a runoff; he will
be fiicing Pat I.. Tornillo Jr. The
only Republican candi House s-at was Eveho S. Bstrella
who will oppose Incumbent Jot
Lang Kershaw.
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' inal Court races, there were a
couple of surprises. Mrs. Ellen J. :
Morphonlos, the first woman -\-i
k nomination to a Criminal ,
Court seat, polled nearly three I
as many voti-s as her near- j
'.st comjietitor. Incumbent Judge
Murray Goodman had a 2-to-l
margin ov.-i his opponent, and AI
Sepe bettered Stedman's vote by
4-to-l.
School Board chairman G. I
Holmes Brad0ock collected enough :
votes to avoid the runoffs, but
incumbents Bill Lehman and i
John W. Harlleo Jr.. must face '
the voters again Sept. 29. when it j
will be Lehman vs. Robert Renick .
and Harll<-e versus William Tur- f
ner. On Mew. 3, Braddock will be
lacing Republican candidate Ed-;
ward A. Pei-se for the District 4
seat, the only one cont. sted by
both parties.
The Thomas O'Malley victory
vet Broward Williams was con-1
B state's primary races. His oppo-
ii nt in the Nov. .'! election will be J
State Sen. Tom Slade of Jackson-
ville, the Republican choice for
the dual Job of state treasurer and
nance commissioner.
Florida voters apparently de-
tided to "give .. Chinaman a'
; chance" for the Public Service
Commission job. Dominic Koo. a;

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JIadassah Leaders Meet
To Plan Bond Luncheon

p, kI other leaders of
thr .1 the Miami B
c-h.,'.. Hadassah will meet at
. '.; ,,.-.. and Sweets" Piv V l
,y at 10 a.m. in the
j, Hotel to initiate
I annual Had
jj iel Luncheon.
p rhau, Immediate pasl
: ie organization
luncheon honoree, w.Il
nan of the ai i
evont, 1 '">' tne f"'s'
wide women's
Fall communal cal-
m-man Fast,
Chapter annouhc
s,. vice chairmen ol
iunch( ii be Mrs. Fast. Mrs.
y,,,! Mrs. Jack Katzn i
Mrs : McnU. Mrs. San -
ucl Sakari-*. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff,
Mrs ci Wrinkle and Mi*. Max
V
The moree foi- this year's
Bond-wit Israel will bo announr-
,.,. ,, the toffee and Sweets"
i vue md planning session. Fre-
da Keet, prize-winning young ac-
tress and Israel's foremost woman
broadcaster for Kol Israel, will be
guest speaker.
One ol the leading personalities
in the field of communications In
Israel playing a key role with Is-
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Keel is responsibli for nightly in-
ition programs In English for
, overs* as listeners on short wave
a 'is in America, Europe, a:, ica
and Asia. Her transcribed pro-
grams dealing with all aspects of
life in Israel are distributed reg-
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: : <>: ganizations all o\ i I
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c insidered one of Israel's .no-'
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rat in AI ind is the Is-
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interviewing for all visiting d
es fi m a ncan and Asian coun-
tries.
She has b en an Israeli c I
since 1963. Miss Keet spent two
years in England (raining an
ing with the Royal Academy Dramatic Art; she was the win-
ner ol trio Academy's award fo
best actress. Follow inn a lour with
1 a professional repertory company
she did radio and television work
1 with BBC", and studied stage di-
rection, stage design and the teach-
ing of drama.
After a year as assistant to the
director of Rhodesian television,
Miss Keet became the firs: woman
announcer on Rhodes'.in radio. She
also did extensive volunteer work
in the African townships, holding
drama classes, teaching English t
the Bantu speaking people, and
improving cultural standards. She
was offered a permanent post by
the Department of African Ad-
' ministration, and spent two years
directing youth club-, debating an '
i discussion groups for A: lean
teachers. She produced several
Inlays with all-African casts
FRFDA KFtT
Breath Of Life Chapter
Membership Luncheon
Breath of Life Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital will hold its an-
nual membership luncheon at the
Algiers Hold Tuesday.
Mrs. Stanley Miller, president
will display the achievement
awards presented to Breath of
Life, one of the top three chapters
In the country, at the convention
in Denver recently. One of its
trophies was the Fannie Lorber
Award. The program will also in-
clude a skit on fund-raising di-
rected by Mrs. Irving Miller.
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Friday, September 11, l^g
a
First-Day Slump Covers Offered By
stamps, respectively. The cancella-
tion murk on the Mauthausen eov-
B'nai BVUh
WASHINGTON The 25th
iniversaiy oi" the liberation of
I i/i concentration camps is com-
i .'inwniteii in three flrst-daj
stamp covers, offered in limited
supply by B'nai IVrith.
All throe covers two were
wore issued by West Cermany, the
third by the Netherlands feature
B Mucs Stylized Star of David with
flami i shooting throueh its center
Thr; Dutch recalls the liberal.."
of tho Wester-brock Camp- 'ril(
1 A-elvi'-eent stamp hears the In-
scriptfbn "Nodcrlanfl Vrij" (Netli
orinnds Frcc>.
Dachau anil Mruilhauson are re-
membered on covers containing
: /c-pfenrdg and twenty-pfennig
er depicts a broken fragment of
barbed wire against a triangle.
Copies at $1.25 each may be ol>-
tained from the B'nai B'rith Klutz-
nick Exhibit Hall. 1640 Rhode Is-
land Avc, N.W., Washington, D.C.
20036. Purchasers should enclose
a self-addressed atampted envelope
with their orders.
B'nai B'rith is also offering a
suite of five sepia prints of paint-
ings by Moritz Oppenheim from his
noted series. "Twenty Portraits of
Jewish Life," for $3. Painted be-
tween 188fi and 1880. and flrsl
JWVA Lunch, Card Party Reyes Is Special Gftesl
/v 0 H H J \f
o w n
published as a set in 1880, the sub-
jects are involved with familar
ceremonies and rituals.
I
The 11 x 14-inch prints are on
heavy amber paper, ready for
framing. A complete album of 20
Opperhetm prints, with a preface
by Mr. Kainen, is available for $15
from the Klutznick Exhibit Hall.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Point
Kast Post IMS. Jewish War Vet-
prang, is planning a fund-raising
luncheon and card party in the
Arts and Crafts Room of Point
East's Clubhouse Wednesday be-
ginning at noon. The condominium
complex is located at 177th Street
and Biscayne Boulevard, North
Miami Beach.
Ttie public is invited to shan
Citizenship Day with the Ladies
Auxiliary of West Miami Posl 22
Jewish War Veterans, Thursday,
s.'pt. 17, fit 8:15 p.m. in Danker*
.Motel Inn, 5890 SW 8th St. \\ TVJ
Latin News Editor Manolo Reyei
will be special guest. Mrs, Rutii
Burman will host the mooting in
honor of her son's Bar Mttzvah.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyinan (ialliut planning and developing Flor-
I Miami Beach have returned j kla's participation in the 200th
after an extended tour abroad | commemoration of the American
huh included a visit to Israel. | Revolution from 1970-1983.
SMI. John G. Tower (R-Tex.)
.ill be the keynote s|>eaker at
Saturday's GOP Unity Picnic in
Tropical Park, which is being
sponsored by the South Dade
jtcpirbllcan Club.
FrM s 1 louse, has appointed throe Dado
County legislators Hubert <'.
Hart licit, Qootgt Baumcnrtnor
ind Jw Lang Jir*li:iwto the
Bicentennial Commission of
PterwOi which is charged with
Friends of "I'rule". Herman
Hinder wore to help him cele-
brate his 90th birthday Thurs-
day at the Ewing Gallery, 362
Minorca Avc. A reception in his
honor was to bo hold from 7-10
p.m. by the Musicians Club of
America.
Fletcher Running For
Metro Commission Seat
Samuel Fletcher, who has an-
nounced his candidacy for a seat
on the Metro Commission in the
Nov. 3 elections, believes he has
solutions for some of Metro's
worst shortcomings.
Mr. Fletcher, a 1950 graduate of
the University of Miami Law
, School, served two terms as City
Councilman of Bay Harbor Islands
' and for the past four years has
been on the Nprth Miami City
; Council. He is active in the Oi>ti-
mists and the Junior Chamber of
Commerce, and has served on the
Adhoc Internrna Committee.
Alfred J. Klein, who has been
: ppointed ritual director of Tem-
ple .Emanu-El comes to Miami
irom Temple Adath Yeshurun,
Syracuse, N.Y., where he serv-
ed for eight years. He is a
graduate of Mesifta Torah Veda
~th, and holds a B.A. degree
?rom Brooklyn College.
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((Jewish IPloridliiail [Membership Hadassah's Theme for September
the vAJoman s lAJcrla
J'nday. September 11, lb'/U
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Miami Beach Hadassah
is Resume Schedule
Several groups of the Miami
JVach Chapter of Hadassah, which
js headed by Mrs. Sherman Fast,
(resident, will resume their regu-
lar meeting schedules next week,
us the new season o|)ens. They
Include:
A free brunch for all paid-up
members, life members and new
members of the Stephen S. Wise
inmp Monday noon in the Algiers
Hotel, With Mrs. Henry S. Wernick
88 guest speaker and a musical
i rogram by soiwano Elsa Ziglor,
accompanied by Helen Skolnik at
the piano. Mrs. Joseph Sosna is
president of the group.
A musical program featuring
"Hadassah on Parade" will follow
the meeting of the Morton Towers
Group in the Morton Towers Res-
taurant Monday noon. Mrs. Toby
Schachter Is the group's president.
A regular luncheon meeting will
be held by Bay Harbor Group at
31:90 a.m. Monday in the Balmoral
Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, who
has served as group, chapter and
> tonal president, as well as na-
tional l>oard member, will be the
gi -st speaker. President of the
fe'pnip is Mrs. Solomon Margolis.
Port* Towers Group will hold
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: 1 p.m. Monday. Rabbi Harry Jolt
will conduct a special holiday pro-
gram: Gladye Padden and Jan
Rosenberg will present a program
Of holiday songs with Betty De-
| Witt at the piano. The group's
president is Pauline Losscm.
Members of the Esther Group
\ are asked to bring cards to the
first meeting of the new season
Monday noon at the Bel-Aire Ho-
; lei. Mrs. Michael Keinstein is the
group's president.
Leona Maisel will give a full re-
port on the recent 38th annual
national convention of Hadassah
in Washington D.C., Monday when
I he k:i(|jm.-i.!i Group meets at 1
p.m. in the Singapore Hotel. Mrs.
Maisel serves as the group's pres-
ident.
The Israeli Group will hold its
first meeting of the new season at
r.oon Monday in the Algiers Hotel.
Refreshments will he served, and
a card party will follow. President
is Mrs. Bather Meyer.
Lincoln Group has scheduled its j
first meeting of the season for 1
12:30 p.m. Monday in the Lincoln '
Club Room with Mrs. Sherman i
Fast as guest speaker. A sing- !
along and special songs will also \
bo featured. Mrs. Anne Levy is
president.
An installation-luncheon will !*
held by the Eddie Cantor Group]
in the Fontainebleau Hotel at I
1:30 a.m. Tin rsday, Sept. 17. with
Mrs, '/ la Thau as insl offi-
cer. A mi i
I the ceremonies. Mrs. David Green
i psident.
The 3,300 members ol Miami
Chapter of Hadassah are
Ihe leadership ol Mrs. Morris M.
Herman, president. They look for-
ward in a year ol gn at activity,
accomplishment and growth. The
chapter's theme for September is
"Membership." and a number of
programs planned by its groups
win be membership promotions.
Aviva Group will hold its annual
, "Mcmber-Bring-a-Member" lunch-
ton at Temple Beth Am Monday
at 11:38 a.m. The Aviva Players
will be featured in a skit.
C&al Group will meet in Temple
Adath Ycshurun at 8 p.m. Monday
for a report on the national con-
vention by Harriet Adler, pivsi-
j dent and a musical skit featuring
j Chai members under the direction
ol Mrs. Sidney Schwarz.
I ...
When the Eleanor Roosevelt
1 Group meets Monday at Marten
Gardens Auditorium, Mrs. Kman-
liiel Reiss, Mrs. Kdwnrd Lazarus,
I Mrs. Irving Krasnepol and Mrs.
! Irving Braunstcin will present a
' skit. The will be accompanied by
Mrs. Henry Fuch at the piano.
The Masada Players will per-
form at Wednesdays meeting of
the Maaafla Group in the Royal
1 >ak Condominium.
Mt. Scopus Group will moel at
[emplc Znmi ra; Coral Gables, on
Mi nday for membership party at
which tIn- new board will be In-
troduced.
at 12:30 p.m. Estelle Bister is 'l
group's pn sldent.
Luncheon will bo Eterred an d ti
new officers installed in a musica
program directed by Mrs. Hem
Gilman at Torah .... ,f t ... ,, meeting of the '70-'~l season in
c oifei' Time s on the agenda ., ,, .. r, .1 tt it >
, K Ihe Knights ot Pythias Hall Mot -
of the Boiling Green Group meet- day noon. Prospective members
Ing at 1601 NE 191st St. Monday are invited.
Miami Beach Chapter Sets
City Of Hope Benefit Event
Miami Beach Chapter, City of
Hop.' will hold a luncheon and
games party Wednesday noon at
the Surfside Pla/.a Hotel. Collins
Avenue and 25th Street, Mrs. Cy
Plasky, president of the organiza-
tion, has announced.
In view ot the support that the
Chapter gives the City of Hope,
William Mechanic, owner of the
hotel, has donated the use of its
facilities. Reservations for the
benefit may bo made by calling
Mrs. Dorothy Amhowitz.
Reba Brown Appointed
Reba Brown, a past president < c
, Ihe Department of Florida Ladii -
1 Auxiliary, Jewish War Veteran-.
1 has been appointed the nation;.
Veterans Administration Vollll
leer Service deputy, a liaison bi-
j tween the VA and volunteers. Mr-.
Brown, a past president of th
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliar/
No. 174, was the recipient of th
1967 trophy awarded to the most
outstanding V.A.V.S. represent -
rive by the national organizatib .
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Uobbi (Mrs. Lester) Perle is a person who gathers peo-
ple to her warm and loving heart like a lodestone. Born in
Paterson, N'.J., she moved to Miami Beach with her par-
ents George and Galdic Collier,
and sister Enid, when she was a
baby, and attended school at Cen-
tra] Beach, Ida It Fisher and Mi-
ami Beach High.
Even as a youngster she was
^ull of pep and energy ... a brat,
but cute. She began her higher edu-
cation at the University of Ala-
bama, where she edited the news-
paper, magazine and Year Book,
then went to the University of
Mexico to take some of its out-
standing history courses and learn
Spanish. She finally graduated
from the University of Miami. She applied for a job as
managing editor of a Hollywood newspaper. Not knowing
what the job -was worth, she asked for $30 a week, and was
hired on the spot. However the drive was too much, so she
quit the end of the first week that was her firstard
lastjob.
Bobbi's mother and Lester's sister were best friends.
They decided that Bobbi and Lester would be perfect for
each other, and saw to it that they met. It only took them
36 hours to decide for themselves that they were perfect for
each other. From the beginning they have been an ideal
couple, and have raised four sons, Andy, Eric, Hank and
Sandy. (Sandy married Nancy this year, so now there is
a girl in the family.
Bobbi was a busy voting matron. She belonged to the
Deed Club, and was a charter member of Debra Group of
Hadassah. But in 1961 they moved to San Juan, Puerto
Rico, where they built a house on top of a mountain in
Guaynabo overlooking three cities. It was fantastic. Bobbi
took her own help with her and life wasn't so very diffi-
cult. The boys went to school there for a year and then
came back to the States to attend school at Culver and
Farragut. Bobbi was active in the San Juan Chapter of
Hadassah which had 3O0 members. She inaugurated the
$100 dinner-dance which raised $15,000 to $20,000 a year.
There are three temples in San Juan. Bobbi was vice
president of the oldest of the three and active in its Sister-
hood. During the nine years they lived there, they came to
Miami every few months for a visit, but last year they de-
cided they wanted to live together as a family again, o
they came back to Miami to live and Lester is convnVing
back and forth.
Bobbi is a "doer." She designed and furnished their
house and made it a real home. She's an ex-vice president
of the Shore Unit, Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute,
is active in the Miami Chapter of Hadassah and the Chil-
dren's Center, and is president of the Cutler Bay Chapter of
ORT as well as teaching a course at the Garden Club. An
avid reader, she reads at least five books a week. The first
thing she does when she is in a strange town is to read
through the telephone directory. She can find out all about
a town from the yellow pages and the names.
The Perles have traveled a lotto Europe, Hawaii, Can-
ada, Ethiopia, all over the United States. Her favorite trip
was an African safari, where they photographed everything,
and killed nothing. It seemed to me when I was there that
enough animals for a zoo were seattered around, but Bobbi
wants a real zoo, and what Bobbi wants Bobbi gets!
She has a beautiful garden room with flowers in bloom
which is most unusual, and finds time for everything in-
cluding entertaining which is always a pleasure for the
Perles and their guests.
Bobbi is always in the midst of a project. One of her
latest is designing jewelry. She makes her design in wax,
which is then cast in gold or platinum. Bobbi likes every-
one; she finds something good in everybody. At times she
may be thought a little eccentric, but Bobbi has never hurt
anyone in her whole life and she is filling her days on earth
with family, friends, and doing what she finds interesting.
The house which she designed is a dream come true; so are
her husband and children. There is only one Bobbi .
and she's the greatest!
Rose-Ohu
Stephanie Heller Oka and Di
A. Lawrence Rose were married a
3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. ti. in Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Loon Kr >nis I
officiated at the private familj
ceremony, which was followed by
i reception at the Dora! Countrj
Club.
The bride, daughter il Judgi
wi Mrs. Kenneth Oka. 2801 Faii-
green Dr.. Miami Beach, gra lu-
,.tod from Miami Beach Senior
High School and attended Sophia
University in Tokyo. Japan, while
I her father, a former mayor '>i
Miami Beach, was director-in-chiel
of the People-to-People program
there. She attended the American
College of Switzerland in Leysin,
and is currently a senior at the
University of Miami's School of
Education.
^
Dr. Rose, the son of Mrs. Allan
| Rose of Leonia, N.J.. and the late
Mr. Rose, did his pre-medical work
:t Oberlin College and received
; his M.D. from the University of
! Rochester Medical School. He was
I sent to England as an Air Force
j captain and later held an Ophthal-
i mology residency at Baylor Uni-
versity College of Medicine. Hous-
ton, Tex. Dr. Rose, a recipient of
the Everett Goor award, has been
in charge of the Ophthalmology
service of Mount Sinai Hospital
for the past year. A Fellow of the
American Academy of Ophthal-
mology, Dr. Rose is now in private
practice in Miami Beach and Key
Biscaync. He and his bride will
make their home in Miami Beach.
Koptowsky-Sandler
Jacqueline Helen Sandier and
Joseph Israel Koptowsky were
united in marriage at Temple
Emanu-El. Miami Beach. Sunday.
Sept. 6.
A Physical Education teacher at
Rockway Junior High School, the
new Mrs. Koptowsky. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sandier. 3075
aW 27th Tar., received an Associ-
ate in Arts degree from Miami-
Dade Junior College, and a Bach-
elor of Education degree from the
University of Miami, where she
majored in Physical Education and
Science.
The bridegroom, who is present-
ly practicing community pharmacy
.r\ Greater Miami, is a licensed
pharmacist in Florida. Georgia.
New York and Maine. The son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Koptowsky
of Brooklyn, N.Y.. he received his
Bachelor of Science degree from
Long Island University's Brooklyn
College of Pharmacy. He is a cap-
tain in the U.S. Army Reserve and
; a member of the South Florida
I Pharmaceutical Association's cx-
| tcutive committee.
The bride, who was attired in
an empire gown of silk organza
with Chantilly lace appliques and
pearl beading, was attended by
her sister. Mrs. Roberta Meyer,
matron of honor, and bridesmaids
Mrs. Elaine Goldberg and Mrs.
Anne Torchon.
Lewis Koptowsky served his
brother as best man; the ushers
were Samuel M. Meyer, Jerry
Schwartz, Lawrence H. Goldberg.
Harry Friend, Richard L. Wagner
and Capt. John D. Plaschkes.
Mr. and Mrs. Koptowsky will
live in Miami after a honeymoon
in Nassau, Bahamas, and Ber-
muda.
Fisher-Zuekerman
Beth David Synagogue was the
: setting for the marriage of Joan
Ava Zuckerman and Jerome Peter
| Fisher Sunday. Aug. 30. Rabbi Sol
'Landau performed the 11:30 a.m.
'. cereiobny, which was followed by
! a reception at Kings Bay Country
: Club.
The bride, n graduate of Coral
jGabl"s Senior High School and
' Boston University, is the daughter
, of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Zucker-
I man of 711 Calatrava Ave.. Coral
i Gables. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton N. Fisher,
1224 Andora Ave.. Coral Gables,
has graduated from Coral Gables
Senior High School and Harvard
University and will lie enrolled in
| the University of Miami's Law
I School this fall.
The bride's A-line dress of silk
| ciganza was banded with Venise
, lace at the high neck and short
! sleeves; her full-length mantilla
was of silk illusion.
The bridal party included Joan
Kreedman. maid of honor, brides-
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Ronnie-Lee Sawyer became the
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day, Sept. 5, in 8:30 p.m. nuptial
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Snapiro in the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
A reception followed at the hotel.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Md., the new Mrs. Glance is a
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The bride selected an A-linc
floor-length gown of ivory satin
and lace with long train and veil.
She carried an arrangement of
orchids. Her attendants included
Linda Rosenblatt, matron of honor,
bridesmaids Denise Ciment and
Judith M. Logsdon, Susan Rosen-
blatt, flower girl and Michael Ros-
blatt, ringbearer. The groomsmen
included Warren Mark Sawyer,
best man, and ushers Stephen An-
drews, Jerome Rosenblatt, Michael
and Jeffrey Sawyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Glance will mend
their honeymoon in Puerto Rico.
They will be at home at 7713 N.
Kendall Dr. when they return.
TaneiuPerlmon
Natalie Louise Perlman and
Jeffrey Stephen Tanen were mar-
ried under a canopy of yellow
flowers at the Diplomat Country
Club Sunday, Sept. 6--the 32nd
wedding anniversary of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Perl-
man, 511 SW 39th Ct. The bridal
procession included the groom's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Klein, and Mrs. Greensttin, who
was escorted by her son, Melvin
Tanen. Rabbi David Roscnlcld
officiated at the ceremonies.
The bride's dress was an origi-
nal by New York designer Ethel
Shanley; it was fashioned of r-
'. ;ni7.-i over peau de soie, with a
high neck, bishop sleeves and ar,
A-line skirt. Both dress and train
were appliqued with Alencorr lace
and the tulle veil was held by a
headpiece of orange blossoms and
lace.
The bride's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Stuart Perlman, served as her
matron of honor; Sharon Marks,
Celia Osmon and Jerri Tanen were
bridesmaids. The groom's brother,
Harry Tanen, was his best mark
Vshers were Stuart PerJman, Joel
Tanen and Tony Center.
Among the guests were several
cf the couple's aunts and uncles,
including Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Zak, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zak, Mrs.
MRS. PAUL 1. GLANCt
Rhea Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Tanen, Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Wiseman. Major Alan Klein and
Harry Cogan.
After a honeymoon in Curacao
and Cancel Bay. Virgin Islands,
Mr. and Mrs. Tanen will make
their home in Gainesville, where
she is a University of Florida
junior and he will be attending
law school.
Dipersteiti'Hochfelsen
Rabbi Shcrwin Stauber officiat-
ed at the marriage of Sherry Mae
Hochielsen and Larry Dipcrstcin
Sunday, Sept. 6. The noon rites
were held in the Roval Hungarian
Restaurant, Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Hochfelsen, 415 NE
158th St., North Miami Beach, is a
graduate of North Miami Senior
High School and Charles Morris
Price School of Advertising and
Journalism, Philadelphia, Pa. Her
husband, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Diperstein of Philadelphia,
graduated from South Philadel-
phia High School and the Phila-
delphia College of Textiles and
Sciences.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Leonard
Rothenberg. served as her matron
of honor; her niece, Jill Stacy
Hochfelsen, was flower girl, and
the groom's brother, David Dipcr-
stcin. was best man.
The Dipersteins will make ihcir
home in North Miami after a
j honeymoon in the Bahamas.
Ginsberg-Cole
Joanne Cole, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Cole, 7549 Adventure
Ave., Miami Beach, and Richard
Alan Ginsberg, the son of Mr. end
Mrs. Julius Ginsberg of Maple-
wood, N.J.. exchanged their vows
before Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5, in
the Seville Hotel. The ceremonies
were followed by a reception in
honor of the couple at the hotel.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, is presently an
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SOME WOJCDEBFUL MEMORIES
The '.-0 degree temperatures this summer
haven't seemed to affect the ardor and original-
ity of the hostesses who have been entertaining
for Elaine Brenner, whose marriage to Arthur
Friesner took place at Temple Beth Am last
weekend.
Starting the festivities was a gathering of the
Brenner and Friesner clans at the July 12 c.n-
cagement reception and dinner at the Coral
Gables home Of Elaine's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Brenner. Among the guests were the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Friesner
of BaySidC. X.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falk. Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Nat Hochm:m,
Mrs. Hyman Berg id. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bern-
stein. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. William Bren-
ner.
The round-the-clock luncheon shower next on
the social agenda was given by the Mesdames
Herman and Sidney Marder at the Feldman resi-
dence in Coral (lablcs. The clock theme was car-
ried out in tlie invitations and place cards, as
well as on i he luscious whipped cream cake wish-
ing Elaine and Artie Tick-Tocks of Happiness."
Mrs. David Dorfman. Mrs. Fred Stone. Mrs. Jack
Tobeck, Mrs. Ben Friesner and Mrs. Celia Paw-
liger were among the guests present.
Tlie cutest original verses at each guest's seat
attached to zodiac streamers to make up the May-
pole theme of the lovely luncheon planned by all
of the Brenner tantas (seven of them) for their
niece at th< Sorrento Restaurant. Elaine was ver\
proud of hi r aunts who really outdid themselves
in planning the affair and who had more fun
than anyone making witty toasts in honor of the
occasion.
There were Some excellent, some sentimental
and some whacky recipes thrown in at the
Aug. 25 recipe shower given by Elaine's cousins,
Mrs. Bert Traeger, Mrs. Lewis Dorfman, and
Miss Helene B-enner at the Dorfman residence
in the Cherry drove area. Two of the whacky
recipes called "Rug-A-Lox" and "Rock "n Rolls,"
offered by Mrs. Louis Foster, had everyone in
-i itches.
At the Sunday. Aug. .".0 brunch given by Mrs.
> Past, Mrs. S I In ;. Suss, Mrs. Fred Diamond,
VIrs. Edward ( -te and Mrs. William Peri-
celli, il the Pa lence in the Gables, guests
really had a ball with all the cute games planr
Ine should h n < some wonderful memories jf
ill these unusu il rl -.
DOWN ON THE FARM
The invitations Ruth (Mrs. Henry) Gewitz
sent out for a luncheon at the Ocean Pavilion
wire in the shape of chickens, it was a real
"Back t.) thi Farm" party, but the farmers were
drinking Blood] Marys and Screwdrivers, la i
tables took case of the 40 guests. The center
pieces wc.v gold baskets with candy eggs in a
nest of green grass with lots of little chicks all
around. Place cards made by the hostess were
adorable ceramic milk jugs in the shape of a
cow with a bell and the cutest girl's faces of
yarn.
Ruth is especially clever with party arrange-
mentsHer business is Coronet Chocolates and
the gifts-thai slie s.qbck out are "different" to say
the least.1'S^e didn't stay home to listen to her
guests tell her that her party was divine includ-
ing the card games afterwards. She dashed off
to a GoUjjipn.e^Show in New York. She keeps up-
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to-the-minute with all of the new things.
Among the guests wire Mrs. Jules Channing,
Mrs. Max Boderman, Mrs. Milton Blum. Mrs.
Joseph Rose, Mrs. Edward LftMiran, Mrs. Milton
Smith, Mrs. Gilbert Waxman, Mrs. Ozzie Krauss,
M-s. Rvmour Chintz. Mrs. Al Seigel. Mrs. Irving
B. Kaplan, Mrs. Charles Gertler, Mrs. Sidney
Raffel, Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, Mrs. Louis Boiler,
Mrs. Ben Levine and Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky.
LAST CONCERT OF THE YEAR
The last concert of this year's "Summer
Pops" series at the Miami Beach Auditorium was
.just great. It was Jazz with a capital "J." Dave
Brubeck and his Trio arc among Miami's favor-
ites. Those listening and enjoying included Miko
and Bridgitte Rose, Jack and Margaret Kunz,
Edward and Nancy Pastroff, Al and Nettie
Levine and Dr. Ted and Ellie Wolrf. Mrs. Anna
Allx'rt was seated in her regular seat; Sidney
Wasscrman, an eligible young bachelor in a
bright red jacket,said it took him over an hour
to got up nerve enough to wear it. Mrs. George
Goldberg and Mrs. Arnold Seeder were talking
away in the aisle. Then there was Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Brantman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenthal, the Aaron Fairs
and "Three-Broken-Rib" Sidney Schwartz and
his wife Esther.
THE TURN OF THE CEXTCRY
It was a turn-of-the-century birthday party
for Bill Singer. The hosts were his children, Law-
rence and Harriet Singer, Buddy and Dolty
Jacobs and Richard and Marlene Stone. The in-
vitations were the "talk of the town" records
with the invitation and picture of Bill in knickers,
a turtle-necked sweater and a cap on the label.
Outside Westview Country Club stood a 1910
Ford and a Keystone Kop to open the car doors.
In the lobby, the receiving line stood in front of
a big horse-drawn surrey. The four women chose
romantic gowns; Dotty and Harriet were in
yellow, Marlene and Ida (Bill's wife) in black.
Ida is really adorable. She wouldn't tell me a
thing about the party except that it was the
greatest. "Lot the girls tell you." she .said, "they
did it all!" No wonder everyone loves her .
Richard and Marlon -'s son. seven-year-old
Elliot was dressed in an outfit just like his
grandpa was wearing in the picture taken
when be vVas 16 on the invitation: knickers, cap
and sweater. He was giving out papers dated
Aug. 15, 1900. In the cocktail room there was
a cart loaded with pretzels and pickles and little
white tables with chairs to match. The nickelo-
deon had b saucer lull of quarters next to it, and
you could play 10 records for a quarter.
The dining room was fixed up like an out,ale
p irk w ilh lights sparkling in the trees and bu ihes,
and a gazebo in one corner. The tables for ten
had lamps with Tiffany shades in the center. It
was a great party and everyone loved it. Not all
the grandchildren were there (camp and school
interfered) but Larry and Harriet's three, Ricky,
Carolyn and Joanie, wore. The relatives also
included Sam Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gold-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. M. Olkes, Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyer. It was a "turn of the
century" to remember, not only for Bill but for
everyone.
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F.RIC ADAMS
Eric, the son of Joseph and
gherl Adams, 15340 NF 8th Aw.,
will be Bar Mitevaji at Temple
Sin;ii of North Dade Saturday.
& pi. 12, at 10:30 a.m.
Eric an eighth grade honor stu-
dent at ThomM Jefferson Junior
Hi'4h School plays n.iss fiddle and
clarinet in the school's conco/t
baiiii He has also played first vio-
lin in the All-Miami Junior Sym-
phony Orchestra and given TV
and concert recitals. He appeared
in Ilv operetta. "Hansel and Grei-
I" at Vizcaya Gardens, performed
at ihe Plaza Hotel in the opera
"C&valleria Rusticana," and has
also had leading roles in several
snowmobile children's productions.
A member of the Boy Scouts, hi-
tly served is a C.I.T. in ;
local summer athletic camp, and
also a bowling league member.
The celebrant will bo honored
al a Xiddush and luncheon follow-
ing the worship services.
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MARK Itl'SKlX
Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Ruskin. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Sept. 12, at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion with.Rabbi Max A. LipschUz
officiating.
A student in Beth Torah'< relig-
ious school, Mark will chant the
II.ittorah and particioate in the
service, with Cantor Jacob J. Ren-
zer chanting the liturgy.
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JACK TENZKL,
Jack, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Ten/el, will become a Bar
Mitzvah during, the Shabbat morn-
ing services Sept. 12. at Beth Tor.ih
Congregation, with Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz conducting the service
and delivering the charge, and Cm"
tor Jacob J. Renzer chanting the
Inurgy.
Jack, an 8th grade student ;it
thi' Hebrew Academy, will partici-
pate in the service, as well as chant
the llaftorah portion.
DAVID IIIMKLSTEIN
Saturday morning, Sept. 1'.'. at
8 13 a.m.. In the main sahctuarj "'
Temple Ner Tamid. David, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Hinielst. in.
sl>23 Crespi Blvd., Miami Beach,
and grandson of Mrs. Rose ffimcl-
stein Of Miami, and Mrs. Helen
Horszhorn of Miami Beach, will be
Bar Mit/vah.
David is a student at Hebrew
Academy and is a memlier of the
Aer Tamid Junior Choir and He-
brew Academy Choir.
A Kiddush will follow the ser-
vices and a reception in David's
honor will be held Saturday eve-
ning, in the temple's Eklar Audi-
torium,
Out-of-town guests will include
relatives from Santiago, Chile, and
Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well
as friends from Long Island, N.Y.
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STEVEN (JI.AXTZ
Steven Alan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold S. Glantz. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Sept. 12, at Temple Zion. Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro will officiate
and Cantor Richard S. Brody will
chant the Liturgy.
Sloven, an eighth grade Student
at Glades Junior High School, plays
baseball with the Khoury League
and football for the Southwest
Youth Activities. He is also a
member ot the Model Rocket Club.
Mr. and Mis. Glantz will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices and a reception at the Al-
giers Hntol in Steven's honor.
Among the honored guests will he
bis grandparents, Mr. and Mis.
Hers'V Giant/. Mr. Isidore Stegel
and Mrs. Alma Sicgel.
o
MARK COHEN
Mark, the son of Mrs. Shirley
Cohen and Arnold Cohen, will cel-
ebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Sept. 12. at Temple Beth
Sholom at 10:49 with Rabbi Ix'on
Kronish officiating.
Mark is a student of Hie Beth
Sholom Confirmation Class of 3732.
MARK BKOOKS
Mark Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Brooks, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 12, at
Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lcbr-
man will officiate.
Mark attends Nautilus Junior
High School, and has won many
athletic awards from the Miami
Beach Recreation Oept. He is a
member or the Optimist football,
I baseball at 1 basketball teams.
Mrs. Brooks is a former vice
, president of the Temple Kmanu-Kl
Parent Teachers Association and
is presently a member of Us Sis-
terhood Hoard anil P.T.A. Mr.
1 Brooks is a member of the Usher.'
Committee.
Mi's. Hannah Grile. the cele-
brant's maternal grandmother, and
j Mr. and Mis. David Brooks, h**.
I oaternal grandparents, will atten.i
the event.
MARK TOPP
Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Topp. 8290 SW SGth Ter..
will become Bar Mit'vth at Tern-
; pie Judca of Coral Gables on Sat-
| urday. Sept. 12.
Mark, a seventh rracie student at
dados Junior High School, will
continue his religious education on
through Confirmation.
Mark's parents will host a Kid-
Eric Adams
Mark Cohen
Alan Manrlvl
Steven ClANTZ
Martin Butman
dush in his honor, following the
ser\ ice.
Helping him celebrate will be
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
I^ouis Topp. loe.d residents, and
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rknman,
from New York.
STAX1.F.V STKI'NT.R
Stanley Howard, tlv s >n of Mrs.
Anita Stepner, 5910 SW 9ttb ('!..
,vill become Par Mit/vah al Tem-
ple Or Olom Saturday morning,
Sept. 12.
Stanley, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High Sell >>!.
was a member or the Rnoury
League baseball team last year.
Mrs. Stepner will host the Oneg
Shabbat following the Friday nigh'
services as well as n Kiddush i'.i
ihe Te.-.iple following Saturday's
services. Among the guests will be
Mr. and Mrs. Davie I-'rantscn of
Virginia.
ALAN nIANDEL
Alan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Mandol, 4583 N. Michigan
Ave., Miami Beach, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday Sept. 12.
at Beth Israel Congregation.
Alan, a student at Nautilus Jr.
High School, will he honored at
a reception hosted by his parents
Saturday night in the Seville Hotel.
MARTIN mit.MAX
Martin Elliot, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Burm in 6451 SW
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Wometco Theatres
6th St., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Sept. 12. at
temple Or Olom.
An eighth grade student at K5n-|
loch Park Junior rllgh School. Mar-
tin is a member of Young Juded
and Boy Scout Troop No. 4P.2.
Mr. and Mrs. Burman will host!
the Ones Shabbat following tli.
Friday night services, a Kiddush:
in the Temple following the cere-
monies and a reception and lunch-
eon Sunday afternoon.
Among the guests will be Mar-
tin's maternal grandmother. Mi.-.!
Sophie Prowison, and uncles, aunts
and cousins from New York, Ari-
zona and Nevada.
RONALD KLEIN
On Saturday, Sept. 12th at 9:30
a.m., Ronald, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Klein. 5595 W. 14lh
r,n. Ht&lealt, Will Income Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Ronald, an eighth grade student
at Palm Springs Junior High
School, is a memlier of the Opti-
mists football team, and Park
League Baseball team. He won on
award with the Optimists Bowling
Team.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Cliarles Tucker of Hia-
; leah; maternal great-grandparents
, ire Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Tucker
1 of Chicago. Paternal grandparents
md great-grandparents are Mr.
ind Mrs. Jack Klein and Mr. and
Mrs. ,'oseph Klein also of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Klein will host the
Kiddush following the ceremony
and .i reception at the home in the
evening in honor of the occasion.
Marg Brooks
Beth Tov Membership Party
Temple Beth Tov and its Sister-
hood will hold a general meeting
and membership party Saturday
at 8:30 p.m. in the temple. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes, temple membership vice
president Irwin Bussel. Sisterhood
mi mbership vice president Doro-
thy Goldberg, and Mildred Webs,
the temple's "Miss Hospitality."
will be introduced. An evening of
entertainment is planned and re-
freshments will be provided.
Shalom Chapter Meets
Shalom Chapter of Mi/.rachi
Women will hold a festive meeting
"ith entertainment and refresh-
ments in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
Clubroom Tuesday at 1 p.m., Mrs.
Rose Khrcnrcich, president, has
announced.
C-P Unit Board Meeting Set
Miami Beach 1'nit of United
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Friday, September 11, 1970
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. _
U5AI NOTICE
Looking west through the massive portico,
part of Flagler's new S500.000 building that
will house the Association's branch office
at 165C1 NE 15th Ave., according to Herschel
Rosenthal, executive vice president of Flag-
ler Federal, the unique structure.now 50%
complete, will be ready for occupancy by
Dec. 1. Alfred Browning Parker is the archi-
tect; Grant-Sholk Construction Co. is the
contractor.
1 'm ^ $
W to a i jIH ^K ^1
! Sisterhood, Men Meet
The Sisterhood and the Men's
i Club will hold their regular iwpt-
' IngS at Temple Beth Raphael 1545
! Jefferson Av<.. Miami Beach, ai
8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17. Mrs.
i Hyman l. Berger will preside at
I the Sisterhood meeting. Morris
i Schwartzman is president of the
Mi n's Clul.
Welcoming Mrs. Ruth Moss, L.P.N., one of the most distin-
guished alumni of Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical
Nursing to commencement exercises are (horn left) Samuel
Friedland, hospital director; Mrs. Carmen F. Rcss, R.N.,
school director, and Alvin Goldberg, hospital director. Mrs.
Moss, a 1961 graduate of the school who was recent'y
named "Florida's most outstanding practical nurse" by Gov.
Claude Kirk, was the final class' graduation speaker. T'le
school is being replaced by the Mount Sinai-Miami Dadj
Paramedical Education Center new under construction.
B.B. Women Participating
B'nai B'rlth Women from all
over Dade and Browaid Counties
were to parti .. at< in "B'nai B'rith
Orientation Day" at Veterans Hos-
pital Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m.
Mrs. Bertha Schwartz is veteran
,ff in chaii man.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTN.
FLORIDA
i No. 70-16070
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
FRANK Ml >RRI8< IX,
I'l Mill
ESTH BR MORRIS! IX,
I.....llBllt.
Y< ESTHER M< IRRISIIX
S ilrm Sin el, Maldi n, Mai -.' hi
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 10
your u i ilten ill ( u to ihis flli
ivith th< Court's Clerk and serve >
, upj ui" I la tiff* Attoi 'i- ti v
I Kl. E 8JI ''I'M. ISIS '.".'' ill I ink
Bids. Miami. Florida, on ..r bi
id. 13th tin i lobi I I
th< Pi iiii.i.ii t ill be taken ni

DA' a.....'.i d, 1970
E 11 I.K \THERMAN. Cl< rk
i "In ull i 'oui l. Dad. I 'i unl) Florida
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15939
SUIT FCR DIVORCE
YKl: A.'M MIKI. MfTCHNfCK.
Plaintiff,
MARLENE B. MI'TCHNICK
i......In n l.
TO: MAR1 EXK K MUTCHXICK
. .. Altaian'*
i i i I...N 424
Barbados, Weal Indies
Vou MARLENE K MUTCHNICK,
an hereby notified thai Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce haa been filed
again*! you, and you are required lo
serv< a copy of your Answer or
I Pleading, i>> the Hill of Complaint on
th.- Plaintifra attorney, PAUL KWlT-
I NEV. 430 Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h
I Florida 88139 and file the original
, Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before 'he 18th day of October. 1970.
If you fail to do no. judgment by de-
fault will be taken again** vim for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND OHDEHFD nt Mlnnv.
Florida, this -iol day ( September
; A.D. 1970.
E. u LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: I. BNEBDEX
Deputy Clerk
n 'ireuil '"iiii Seal I
PAI'L KWITNBV
, 4:'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida ir.i.ls-
Attorney tor Plamtlff
;. ii-is-s:
IN TMB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
S WD FOR OADE COUNTY,
.--CSIOA-IN PROBATE
No. 70-3130
ISjTCE TO CREDITORS
'
: \ i.. DEWEY,
and All Persona Ha\ -
' :i..i HaM

-i.y notified and r---
-:;! any claims and d< -
: which j m ma; haie again i
Rl IBERT \ DEW K I
.. i :< :::': "a L DEWEY d......
New Tark County, New
ountj Judgea of bade
:iie same In dupll-
i i Section '
a >tr offices in t) .
i Dad Count
hill I .i I i: ||
-' n.....be Hi -i pul
or the same will b<
S DEWET
ttor C.T.A.
nl iiii- notl
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. -. trj Adminiati
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t 11-18-2!
LEGAL KOTKI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 70-15533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHA1 LOTTE VOUDL
Plan i n.
Music Israel Film Set
am Isra> Ii film will follow Un-
musical program planned by the
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's League for Israel for the
first meeting of the new season,
Tuesday, Sept. 22 in the 100 Lin-
coln Rd. Club Room. Members
and their friends are welcome.
JOSEP ..
im >i:i i PHY A
u ii >; ,|i IHX W
and 8HIRI.E1
ins .
Dili
yor, j< ihx
Slllltl.i:\ i:
wife, real
Hll LIPS and
PHII UPS bin
V'AXDERURIr
i: VAXDERGR1FF.
IEGAI NOTICI
Abraham M. Sharir, newly ap-
pointed Consul for Economic.
Affairs for the Southeast, Israel
Investment and Export Author-
ity, is a graduate of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and
holds the degree of Master of:
Law. Now residing in Atlanto,
his specialty will be contacting
businessmen and providing in-
formation that will initiate in
vestment in Israel and promote
export of Israeli goods. The Is
rael Investment and Export Au-
thority office is located at 805
Peachtree St. N.E.. Suite 656,
Atlanta. Ga. 30308.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16250
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SAXDRA MEARS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WEBSTLxt J. MEARS. JR.
Defendant.
TO: Webati r J. Mears. Jr.
^"1 Glenwood Avenue
Atlanta. Ua.
Tou. WEBSTER J MEARS. JR..
are hereby notir.ed that a Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
perre a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. ROBERT H
BURNS, ESyflBE. 330 Lincoln P.oad.
Miami Beach. Florida and file tine
original Answer or Pleading 111 the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on n>e before the i2ih H-iv of
October. 1970. If you fail to do so.
juilKment by default will be taken
igainst you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAX.
DONE AXT> ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th .day of September
A.D. 1570.
E. B LEATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By. L. SNEF.DEX
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
ROBERT H. Bt'RN'S
SiO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
, _~--------------l/lizlX-SilfJiZ _
VAXDERURIFK
VAXDERURIFK, hi:
.- 102 Tenm aaei \\. nui
1 III l< atun, \\ -.-: Virginia, 2nH<
JOSEPH W PHILLIPS and I" !."
THY A PHILLIPS, Ins wife, reald-
with the clerk of the above
ing Regiment, i-. i *s\ > na, 3tlai u
.-: ts, a i im ed i-- file yout
it i thi mplal ii for declarators
dec with th. l.-k of ih.- abovi
court ai i --v. ii oopy thereof apon,
HERMAN' COHEN, E8Q., 1J10-11
- Bldg Miami, Florida on or
before October 12, l7tr. If you fall to
Ai.-vm :i Default will be entered
against yi.u
Date l September v IS70
E. B, i.l'.A'rilKH.MAX
Clerk of ih. Circuit Court
By: C P >PEJLAND
! 11-18-25 1- !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-16273
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
CI.\RA CARTER.
Plaintiff,
EUGENE CARTER.
Defeni
YOU, EUGENE CARTER, an her. -
by notified, thai a Conaplalnl lor
Divorce haa heap fii<-l against you(
land y u are i eiiuired lo s.-rv- a i';>
{ c-f y *ur Aiiawcr or Pleading lo the
I Complaint for Divorce on th,- Plain-
tiffs Attorney, 1RWIN .; i-HHls'''t;.
I 28 Weal Plagler Street. Miami. Flo-
rida, and fll- the original Aaawer or
. Pleading In the office of th.- Clerk
[of the cir.-uit Court on or before th<
?th da) ,i October. l!-7". If you tall
lo do po, judgm*-nl by default will
'be taken againal you for ih.- relief
demandid In the Complaint for
I Divorce.
This notice shall he published one*
, each week for four *onsecutive wewks
in THE JEWISH FI-ORID1AX
DONE AXD ORDERED al Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this Mh da]
of September. 1S70.
E. B LEATHERMAX. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: MARGFERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRWIX G CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 804. Roberts Building
28 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T <- H
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16001
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ill MBRSIN I I PEREZ,
Plaintiff,
VI
Im IRA A FVEXTBS PERE2
i ; ndanl
I To: ih iRA A PCENTES PEREZ
ISO Elm Street
Xewark, New Jersey
I .i DORA A i'l i:.\ti:s pv.
ai hei ebj notlf ed that .. Bill
. : for Dlvi rce haa be i
you, iii*i you nr, r- quii
->.. :>> of j' ni Anav ei or Pli
inn ) the BUI of Complaint o
Plaintiff's attorney, MAX A Qi
I-- \ RB im Ui-. aj iu Building, Miami
Florida and file ih- original Anawei
r i'l-. e of the i 'lerk
,-f tti. Cirouii Coun "ii or befoi
, 13th day of October, 1970 If you tall
< >. .!. ..... ludgmi ni by default w II
taken againal you for the rellel I
mand< .1 in thi BUI ..f Comnlalnt
Tin-- a..:..... shall be published
each week f^r four consecutive weeks
Ii THE JEWISH Fl ORID1 VN
: >N i: AXD IIRDEREP at M
Florida this :fril day ..f gepl
A 1- IS70.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Had- Countv. Florida
l:> : C I- COPB1 \N'D
Deouty c|,-rk
iCIn nit Court Seaii
MAX A. C 11 l>FARB
t11 nisi ayne Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9 11-1'-.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-15983
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. SARAH D WINER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID I. WINER,
!> i- ndant.
TO: DAVID L. WINER
16 Pi... Road
Lynn, Massachusetts nl9i>2
Ton, DAVID L WINER, are berebv !
I notified that n Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been fii.-d agalnit you
and you are required to serve a CODV
Of >..ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill
"i Complaint on th,- Plaintiffs attor-
ney. LEON KAPLAN, c/o Myen
Kaplan, Porter. I>-vinson & Kenin'
11... s.w. 1st Street. Miami. Florida
SSllfl and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
if th- Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of October, l!-7n. If vou fill
to do so. judgment by default'will be
taken against you for the relief d.--
maiid.-d in the Bill of Comnlaint
This notice shall be published once
; ach 'o-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORini.w
' Vi:i lS-n y ot s*ut*"'b^r
I R B'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
I Ircult Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: C. P. COPEL-VND
,_, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Myers. Kaplan. Porter. Levlnson *
Kenln .
11r.n S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida 33130
9/H-U-JC 10/2
IN TH: COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR~
I IN "1 -OR DADE C 0UNTV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 70-3076
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ri iSE ST BIN
- i
To Aii i' i and aii Persona Hav-
Demands Against Saii
K '
Vou are hereby notified and re-
iiu reu present any claims and de-
al nda h you may have against
the (state of Rose STEIN decease.!
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
V" nme In duplicate and as pro-
vided ir Section 7,":!.!t:. Florida Stat-
utes Ii their Offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
llendar months from the
lime if Ih- fir-t publication hereof,
: the a in .- .. ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
I if August AD. 1970.
. ,.;.. ireenfleld t "nat'in
A k utrix i :' the estate of
Stein, .1.....ased
I itlot if this notli a
ii- ,- Seotember, 1870,
KALDL DAVIS
- >f Rose Stein.
Le is.. I
19 vv. Flagler
- : iml Fl Ida I
. tl-18-25 |0 2
IN "'- H BOUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
. '. 3 -3R OADE COUNTV,
.r-3RIOAIN PROBATE
No. '0-3198
I0HN R BLANTON
:S "3 CREOITORS
' .
ED :
I I....I
I All Persons Hnv-
nda Igalnst said
.
' I and re.
: Urns .unl de-
ii may have agal t
..... kNXIE DEROW de-
'.. !- .' mnty Fl
Judges of Dade County,
" In lupllcate and as
:. : .... r
offices In the Coun-
Dade C ainty, l-"l..r-
dar months from
' publi atlon here-
i be i. u red
F ori i i, this L'T-.iv
l : : i
K3A.V4
1ST S vi' 1, BANK
b ators
: this notice on
' Sepl tnhei 1970
Rothei lerg i; (an &
K ii olum
N -'- iml '.: ti 1st Nat'l
A Kogan -co-executors
Miami Beach, Put
9 ills-;:. 10 2
NJTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..___ NAME LAW
" '"":: i'EREMV GIVEN that
'"" u I : desiring to engage
'I', i^V."".""<'" 'he fictitious name
as MUFFLER shop at S17S
.Bl .rd Avenue. Miami. Florida lii-
:" '' ''. rJ?utr sai'1 nam "i,h lli
S*f, "'r,theJ Chcult Court of Dade
Florida
KEVRLN. INC
hv.;,H"1,'! Noordhoek. President
HERBERT E KACFMAN
A-- irney for Kvrin. Inc
iP.int building
Miami, norida
9 11-18-23-10/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ce No. 70-16200
. ,?5R OF PUBLICATION
IN THE MATTER OF: ,
Li",',1""' "' A.RV RICHARD
V SlSSi aral"orby Stepfather.
Ai.BKRT SL'TERA
Petitioner. i
TO: HARVEY B. HOWIES
2101 Summit Avenue
.-vUmo" ''''> Nw Jersey
.w U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tn.it a Petition has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or pleading to
said Petition upon Petitioner's Attor-
Sr,1' 'fKHRY A. Bl-RXS. Esq.. Suite
son uity National Bank Building, '.'"
,,,e"i "aa'er Street. Miami. Florida
I.,0 and file the original Answer or
Pleading m the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County. Florida, on or before the 16th
day of October. 1970. If vou fall to do
n<>. Judgment by default will be taken
Sftr1*- y,>u for ta* reIi*f demanded
In the Petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
1170 U"8 8th d*y of 8ePwmber-
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida ,
By: C P. COPEI.AND -
Deputy Clerk
- 9/11-18-55 19/1
1


1970
t September 11
LEGAL NOTICE
PiDNr;oN3^OBATE
ISItVel:sk.h6d.tors
I Mate ol
Wgn HflpEs,
...,,,-s nnd All Persons Bay-
^ Demand. Aatael Bald
f ,,,i,v notmed and required
Vu\i\KY HODE8 deceased
'I',!; :M,y, Florida, to the
' SSL, .., Dade County, and
?'",ni. in >ui.ii.-..u- and as
d In Section 788.11 Florida
4 In their offices In the Coon-
..nlbouse i" Bade < ounty. V
gjBVMorit J. SIMON
Is Executors
|rsi publication of thla notice on
J,;, rt,v ul September. 1!'7.
|oN.HAY8ftORN0WO
[ .... for Estate
, uimhv BkJg .
9/4-11-18-25
+Jmt$t> fforMtor*
Page 1 IE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I : is HEREBY GIVEN that
lunil'MMS""'. d. siring to engage ">
llpcvi under the fictitious name of
V'1 v 1IK08KOWITB. O.O. at 11847
Dixie Highway, .Miami, Florida to-
la register said name with the
1. ( the Circuit Court of Date
Iniy Florida.
JIARHY I- MOPKOWITZ, P. A.
[ifclNH I KM I.It'll
irnoy for Applicant
>v. k: gler St.
J/4-11-18-S5
: T CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Ch.-pter C0722Acts of 1941
File No. 69 A 1822
is !11:i:t:i:v GIVEN that
Hi'sKix holder of County Tax
No. 3939 issued the
Jum \ l>. I960, lias riled
office, and has made ap-
- .. tax di-i 'l i" I" laauud
., Bald Certificate embraces
described properly In
I County of Dude, state o( Florida,
19 i; 20 n si rip In Day adj
j Hibiscus island, Mai
Page 78 ill the County <>l
,. Buii of Klorida.
deed will lie Issued subject to
|,ilr outstanding delinquent City
I an i K, ach taxefl and liens.
assessment of said property
I lh( raid i i rtlflcate was in the
\l es Lnlrd
; rllfleute shall be re-
urdlnn i" law, ihe prop- '
Ihed herein will be Bold to I
bidder for cash at the
door "ii the firsi Monday j
t ih ,,i i ictober, IMO, which '
. das ol < ictober, 1870.
day i>r August, 1870.
u: ATHKRMAN,
t in uii Court, Uade County,
Florida.
i- oil.B-HTUAND, D.C.
url s, u.
9/4-11-18-15
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
*. I Her 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 254
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
HANtEL \v. SIKGEI, holder of
Tux Sale Certificate No. fionii
' 1st day of June, A.D. 1(67,
iled tame in my office, and has
application for a tax deed to be
thereon. Said Certificate etn-
I- following; described prop-
in the County of Uade. Stale of
.. te-wlt:
10 & 11 Mock 1, Roosevelt
: I Book : Bag* 90 in the
BtJ ol Dade, Stale of Florida.
assessment of wild property
iiw raid certifloate was in the
of: Mabel Wilson.
i id certificate shall be re-
ied according to law, the. prop-
rlbed herein will be sold to
[highest bidder fur cash at the
It house door on the first Monday
e month of October, 1970, which
' day of i ictober, 1970.
kteu ihi- :iim day of August, 1970.
I H Ii:ATllF.ll.MAN.
o( Clrcull Court, Dude County.
Florida
ly P. F. GlI.HXTRANl), D.C.
k.-uit Couri Beat)
9/4-11-18-85
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15885
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VNfflTH CARVER.
lulu tiff,
I v
PECCA B. CARVER,
700 k, rshau Drive
:' re, South Carolina
"". REBECCA (!. CARVER, are
52? ,'.....fll that a Hill of Com-
Wnt_ for Divorce has been filed
sjajEj''-' '" and yu are required to
aK.,.i '"''y "r your Answer or
H.",'.' to the Bill of Complaint on
HlRfflcV '& attorney. JACK I..
2d ,v, ''"" """" Florida U188
IB* ,h ",r, K""U Answer or Plead-
a; ";;',;"" << >" <^ me
dav ; "" "r ''vf'ire the 12th
* -viol,,.,, !;,; u u fll|, lo
J" '. jU'RUMnl by default will be
. -dh .T' rv,u f,,r ,h- ">' *-
?t K ',""' "'" ''" Complaint.
hVh we "k V" ",''"" '" ll'hed oo,.e
MTIIM iuMi'L.V.'ur '-""Becutivo weeks
#rid,t,,'^",,'"'":' at Miami.
Ii ,U}fl""* 't day ot September
Mco?. c.,!;^ATHKU-MA-N'-cl"*-
4W ,-,u''. l)ad.. .ounty, Florida
By: U SNEBDlS]
. uii < u,"luty Clerk
.' Ulf ;;un Seal)
^,t..,K,!SKWIT}'.
*nroi,f S"d Jlrtnun
iu Beach, Florida 33139
9/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE~
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-15457
NOTICE OF ACTION
NORMAN PBBTL.UK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PEOOlf AW PEBTLUK,
Defendant.
TO: PF>!CY ANN PEBTL.UK
4.1L' Walnut Lull-
Handerson, Kentucky
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTTFTBD
that ;ni lo-tion for annulment has been
filed against you and you are required
to genre n copj oif your written de-
fenses, if any. to it on CYPKN &
KEVINS, attorneys for plaintiff,
whose address Is B8S Arthur God-
frey ltoad. Mii-.mi Beach, l-'lorida. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oc-
tober 2nd. 1970: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint.
WIT.NBSS my hand and the seal of
this Court on Auc. 26th 1970.
(Circuit Court Seal!
E. B. I.KATHERM AX
Aa Clerk of the Court
By: MARGUERITE KENT
As Deputy Clerk
CTPBN & NKVINS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
885 Arthur Godfrey ltoad
.Miami Beach. Florid..
Tel.: .132-7;l
9/4-11-1S-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act. of 1941
File 70 A 246
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NATHANIEL U BIEGbL holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. i>639
Issued the 1st day of June. A.l>. 1967,
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to he
issued thereon Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Datle, Stale of
Florida, to-wit;
W.ts II & 88 Block 24. Liberty
i nv. Plai n iok 7 Page 79 in the
County of Dade, Slate of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
nai...... s B King w Ella Ma.-
Cnless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erly described herein will t. sold ti
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse it.,, r on the first .Monday
In the month of October. 19711. which
is the r.th daj of 1 ictober, i!i7".
Dated this ::i-t (lay of AuKUst, 1970.
F. I'.. L.KATHEKMAX,
Clerk of Clrcull Court. Ihulc County.
Florida.
By P, F mU.DSTRAND, D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/4-11-18-2.'.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-15976
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHARLIE HI DOE
Plaintiff,
vs.
i'i IBBIE mi- IE,
l lefendanl
Ti.; coiuia: HUDGE
Residence unknown
You. COBBIK HL'DGB, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
liivori'C has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MERRILL, I. LAMB wil-
Sir. Hude Federal Building, Miami,
Florida and rile the original Answer
or Pleading In the office ..r the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of October. 1870. 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 Ft.OKIIMAN.
HONK ANL> OHDEKKK at Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of Sept. A.D.
1970.
K. B LKATHIvRMAN". Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: MAkC.riCKlTF, KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MERRILL I. I.AMB. ESQ.
Ml -ROC Daile Federal Kldg.
Miami, Florida. 881SQ FK-9W14
A'torney for Plaintiff
9/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-15838
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.KI.IA BFI.l, SMITH.
Plaintiff,
EUGENE SMITH,
Defendant
TO: EUGENE SMITH, SP-6
865-44-I986
1>. Co., 4th Mt. Bn.
API' San Francis,.. 98338
You. EUGENE SMITH, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed sgalnsl
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MICHAEL J. 8ILVBR-
STEIN. 420 Lincoln Bond. Miami
Beach. Florida 88189 and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of October, 1970.
If you fail to do so, judgment by de-
fault will he taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FfaORIDIAN,
DO.NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of September,
A.D. 1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dude Countv. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Itepuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL J. S1I.VEKSTE1N
420 Lincoln ltoad
Miami Beach, Florida 81188
Attorney for Plaintiff
__________________9/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-15682
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
WIFKEDO HIUCET SANCHEZ.
Plaintiff,
ANA MARIA PEREZ CADALZO,
Defendant.
TO: ana MARIA PEREZ CADALZO
Amistad 156
Apartment \o. ::nj
Havana. Cuba
VOI- ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you. anil you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy Of your answer
or other pleading to the Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. JOHN J. GAL-
LA'iHEIt. 14.-.4 N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 88185, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before the r.th day
Of October, 197/0, or a default will be
. nier. .1 against you.
DATED this 28|h day of August,
1970.
(Circuit Court Seal)
EC B, LEATHERMAN
Cl.rk ..f Circuit Court
By: O. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
H 4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslgi i l, desiring i" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STIDPi IN', at 8805 N.W. 7lh
Street. Central Shopping l'lasa, .Miami,
Florida. Sim int.-niK to rt-Kisfer SfiM
name with ti..- Cl.rk of the Cln uit
Curt "i Dade County, Florida.
IBIDORO LEIt.MAN
8 11-18-25 10/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-14082
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MELVBKal HAltBELL ANTHONY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OZELL ANTHONY,
Defendant
TO: OZBLL ANTHONY
Residence Unknown
You. OZWLL ANTHONY, are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Blending to the
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. WOI.I'SI >N, DIAMOND &
HARRINtiTON. P.A. 407 Lincoln Hood,
suite 9G, Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office pf the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day ol
October, 1970. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUlltlHlAN.
DONE AND OKDF.BEH at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September
A.D. 1970. .. ,
E. B. LEATHER-MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I.. SNEKDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WOIJ-'SON, DIAMOND &
HAltlUNOTON. PA
John B, Harrington
407 Lincoln ltoad. Suite 9G
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ,/4.u.M.M
IN THE COUHTY JUDSE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2716
lii RE: Estate of
MORBIS KATZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims ami demands
which you may have against the es-
tate Of MORRIS KATZ deceased late
of Hade County. Florida, to the Coun-
tv Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.Hi, Flotilla Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dane County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of Auk-., AH. 1970.
LEAH KATZ
DOROTHY POBNER
As Exccutrices
First publication of this notice on
the |8th day of AukusI. 1870.
PREH AND NEWMAN
Robert H. Newman
Attorney for Batate/Executriceg
801-Kv."> Hade Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busiuesx under the fictitious name
nf GE ell Avenue. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
GEORGEV. LANZA, PA.
Kl'HT WFLI.ISCH
Attorney for lieorge V. I-anza, PA.
107 Almeria Avenue
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
I 28 9 1-11-18
NOTICE OK APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File 70 A 370
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
THEODORA LAZARl'S holder of
Countv Tax sale Certifloate No. 9ir,7
Issued the 1st day of June. A.H. 1966.
has filed same in my office, and has
marie application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following property In the
County of Dade, stale of Florida, lo-
wlt :
Hot 11 Block r.. Lincoln City Sec
A. Plat Book 4ti Page 8*. Section
18, Township 'i! South, Range 4"
East, containing .17 acres more
or less, in the County of Hade,
SI ale Of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the eald certificate was in the
name of: John N. Thompson.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the pjronv-
erty described herein will he sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door ..n the first Monday
In the month of October. 197", which
is the r.th day of October. 1970.
Dated this :;lst day of August, 19.0.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dude County,
Florida.
By P F. C.ILHSTUAND. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal, 8/4.u_ls.,;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STUDIO I.....it Inn North Phuta,
Northside Shopping Center. Miami.
Florida ::.:! 47 Intends to register xald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit i
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
18IDORO LEHMAN
9/11-18-25 10/2 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that |
the undersigned, desiring to engage j
In business under the fictitious name
of THE UI'SII at 7'>!'S Bonita Drive. I
Miami Beach. Florida intends to reg>
later said name with the Clerk of the '
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
BKAH-BAN CORP.
8/ BARRY HBNIO
Barry HeuiK. President
EN-GLANHER BtRNETT
Attorneys for Brad-Ran Corp.
No 1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
9/11-18-25 lfl/2
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16007
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GEORGE HENRY. BURTON,
Plaintiff.
MARIE BURTON,
Defendant
To: MARIE BURTON
Residence t'nknowu
You. MARIE BURTON, are hereby
notified thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cop?
of your Answer or Pleading lo Hi. Bill
of Complaint nn the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, I.R. MAYERS, 1220 So, .Miami
Av.nue. Miami. Florida 83180 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
ill Ihe office .f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit curt on or before the 9th day of
October, 1970 If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded la
tbe Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week f.e- rour consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEW ISH I'l.i iRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this ::rd day of September
A.D. 1870.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court Dade Countv. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I It. MAYERS
1220 So. Miami Avenue
.Miami. Fla. S.'.ISO
Telephone: 871 -1328
Attorney lor Plaintiff
9 11-18-21 10/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-16186
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LUCKNBR MOWELU8,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ADA ANDUZAR MORELU8,
Defendant
TO: ADA ANDUZAR MORELU8
C/o Leoner Leons
St. Charles Place No. 17
Brooklyn, N.Y.
YQU ARK HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are hereby re-
ouired to serve a copy of your ans-
\vcr or other pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address Is
I4a4 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida 88186, aid file the original whh
tbe Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the lHth day of October,
197" or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATEH this 4th day of Sept.. 197".
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit t'nur
By: MARGUERITE KENT
(Circuit Curt Seal)
9/11-18-2.'. 10/2
Happenings
Evening business courses Iijr
adults arc bciiiK inaugurated it
BiHcavne College this Fall, af-
fording to an announcement li'
I-a I her JoTtn Furrell, academic
dean and vice prcsidcnl of the
college. Information is available
at the Admissions office, 1G40\)
NW 32nd Ave.
Arlun Xanitan, who has joined
Gerard Industries International
as supervisor of the dry clean-
ing and laundry division, will be
in charge of the operations ol
all six of the plants operated
by the company.
Obituaries
Mrs. Leah Brown Dies
NKVV YORK (JTAI Mrs.
Ix?ah Zvenkia Brown. 77. a found-
er of the Pioneer Women's Or-
ganization of America and a lead-
er of the Labor Zionist movement,
died last week at her home in
Brooklyn. She was the widow of
the late Meyer Brown, founder,
first secretary and for many years
president of Farband Labor Zion-
ist Order.
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ROSENKOFF. Eva I' 87, 68O0 N.E
22nd Way. Pi. Laud
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Ave Riverside.
COHN, Morris, 74, 821 4th Bt M G
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Meridian Ave., M.B Riverside.
KLEINMAN. Abe, 7s. 801 4"tb SI
Blasberg.
COHEN. .Morris M 88. BO10 Tatum
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FISHMAN. Eva, .'..".. 7tU 14th St.. MR.
Riverside.
HARRIS. Robert. 7j. 2::"" Park Lane
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Ct.. M.B. Gordon.
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Ave., M.B. Riverside
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206th Bt, Riverside. Interment Mi.
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bott Ave M.B. Blasberg.
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Gordon.
GOLDSMITH. Junls, 7r.. 17-'.' S.W
88th i'i Gordon, Interment star of
David.
ROTHSCHILD, .lack. 74. M4 Merid-
ian Ave., M.B. Riverside.
smith. Louise, 85, 1650 James Ave,
M.B. Riverside.
TELLMAN, Anna. 71'. 17:: Mooiaor,
St., Hollywood. Riverside.
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Gary Ave.. M.B. Riverside, [iiter-
ni. ill Ml Ncbo.
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M.B. Blasberg,
ENTIN. Max (Plelhop), 71. r.j N.W
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