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

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

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Temel Family Dries Their Tears

j. Special to The Jewish Floridian
By FELICE SCHWARTZ
peace and quiet will be a long time coming to the Max
Temel home at 445 NE 50th Ter., but the tears are gone and
happiness reigns now that Sofia is back. Her parents, two
brotherseven her little black poodle's relieved and happy.
Sofia's father, who was reading accounts of the hijacking
jr. which his daughter was involved in newspapers horn all over
the world, was especially interested in the story featured hi a
German paper. For Sofia was returning from a visit with her
grandparents there when the plane she had boarded in Frank-
furt was hijacked.
Asked if she would ever consider taking another plane trip
to Europe or Israel, Sofia answered with an emphatic "No!'
She does plan to go to Israel next summerbut by boat.
The Miami teenager caught up in the hijacking drama last
week said none of the passengers knew why their plane was
hijacked and held in the desert near Amman until the Interna-
tional Red Cross came aboard last Wednesday. A big problem,
besides the fear, was related to sanitation. For the first three
Continued on t-*gt 8-A
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|Vc.a.-r.e 43 Number 38
Miami, Florida Friday, September 18, 1970
Two Sections Price 20c
|Eban: Peace Prospects Have Receded
Blames Soviet-Egyptian Breaches
TEL AVIV (JTA) Foreign
fainister Abba E"ban, who said
phat prospects for peace with
Egypt have receded in recent
Pureeks, blamed it on "massive
ilations" of the standstill oease-
hf agreement by the Egyptians
lith Soviet backing.
Addressing a press conference
here, Mr. Eban said, "These
flagrant violations have caused
the suspension of the Jarring
and have cast doubts as
U the earnest intentions of
Egypt's signature to an agree-
I "There are violations up
|i Hi very day. The Russians
are backing up the actions of
the Egyptians. The flame of hope
is burning low. To re-kindle it.
there must be an initiative in
the part of the Russians and the
Egyptians. There must be a
return to the situation on the
eve of the cease-fire," he said.
Israel lodged its 14th com-
plaint of Egyptian cease-fire
violations with the United Na-
tions Truce Supervision Organi-
zation (UNTSO) Monday. Based
on information in the possession
of Israel Army intelligence she
complaint charged for the sec-
ond time that Egypt has brought
Soviet-made SAM-3 anti-air-
NDON (JTA) The fate
|oi the hostages still held by
Arab tc rrorists somewhere in
Jordar remained the balance
this week after the guerrillas
"a.: ri leased most of the passen-
g< rs and crew members of the
" .'< aircraft they had seized
' i n destroyed.
The guerrillas, members of
Marxist-oriented Popular
for the Liberation of Pal-
esthn organization, claimed the
..i1-.' hostages were males
' for "about five female
of the Israeli army."
tch engineer who was re-
S mdav reported that a
ol American Jews were
'- the remaining captives.
rts on the number ami
of the hijack victims
tinued to he confusing and
The status of ne-
- was a'so a subject of
n and contradiction.
N*egotts!*M fiat had been
' ondootfld last week by the ter-
"' rtata and an International Red
1 n v. team headed by Andre
Rochet apparently broke down
ever the week-end. It was not
< I'ar WbetJxjT this happened he-
>'" Of after the airliners were
''!>" n op IS hour, prior to the
expiration of the deadline set by
we hijackers,
thorfUes were puzzled by
tnedestructlon of the aircraft
TWA Boeing 707. a Swissair
BOACs VC-10, with a
value of more than
half a day before
craft missiles into the standstill
cease-fire zone in addition to the
previously introduced SAM-2
missiles.
The Israeli Foreign Minister
spoke bitterly of the Arab ter-
rorists who hijacked and de-
stroyed four aircraft last week
and are still holding more than
50 hostages somewhere in Jor-
dan. He said he would stress the
need for international and na-
tional legislation to stamp out
aerial piracy when he addresses
the United Nations General As-
sembly in New York! ater this
month.
Mr. Eban made it clear that
the Israel government's position
is that the nations under whose
flags the hijackers operated
must be held responsible for the
release of all the hostages, ir-
respective of their nationally.
He said there were two Israeli
nationals among the hostages,
apart from those who held both
Israel; and American citizen-
ship.
While Israel is not opposed
to discussions being held for the
exchange of hostages for seven
Arab terrorists now in custody
in Britain.West Germany and
Switzerland, if those seven are
freed. Israel will consider that
to be its contribution to the
release of all of the hostages.
"The only state whose secur-
ity will be damaged by the re-
lease of these seven is Israel."
Mr. Eban said. "These people
have tried to kill and will try
to kill Israelis. Their release
would be a death sentence to an
unknown number of Israelis. It
should be clear that by their re-
lease a certain degree of peril
is added to Israelis."
Commenting on the situation
in Jordan, Mr. Eban said that
Israel will deal with any gov-
ernment that is the lawful ruler
of that country. He said the
present Jordanian government
seemed unable to control the
country and anything could hap-
pen, including PFLP leader
George Habash becoming Pre-
mier. 'This, of course, would
have an influence on Israel. In
any case, Israel is keeping a vig-
ilant eye on events in Jordan
that can have a bearing on its
own security," Mr. Eban said.
Fate Of Remaining
Hostages In Balance
Israel Releases 75 Arabs After
Check Of Ties With Hijackers
the deadline the terrorists had
themselves set. The PFLP, in
what was apparently a reference
to broadcast reports of large
U.S. naval and air movements in
the Eastern Mediterranean, de-
clared the planes were destroyed
"because of a conspiracy by
various imperialist powers to
abort this operation."
White House press secretary
Ronald Ziegler, however, char-
acterized the movements of the
ILS. Sixth Fleet as "routine pre-
cautions for evacuation pur-
poses in such situations."
According to some reports,
the PFLP blew up the planes in
advance of the deadline because
<>t the growing dissension among
the Arab groups. The PFLP has
n< been susi>cnd<>d from mem-
1. i-hip in the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization, the umbrella
group representing nearly a doz-
en Palestinian commando or-
ganizations, as a result of their
actions, which have aroused a
storm of protest, turning world
opinion against the Arabs.
Israel, Germany Agree
BONN tWNSi Israel Olid
West Germany have agreed on n
joint program to promote tourism
between the two nations. The cam-
paign will be financed by the Is-
rael Government Tourist office in
Bonn. El Al Airlines and Lufthan-
sa, the German airline. Israel's aim
is to double the number of Ger-
man visitors within the next three
years.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
authorities have released 75 of
the West Bank and Gaza Strip
residents arrested last weekend
on suspicion of membership in
or col'aboration with the Popu-
lar Front for the Liberation of
Palestine guerrilla organization.
Questioning had indicated the
75 Arab detainees25 women
and 50 menhad no connection
with the PFLP. The others are
still being interrogated, it was
announced.
A Strategic Move
The mass arrests were seen as
a strategic move by Israel to
Strengthen its bareairiing power
with the Palestinian terrorists
who arc still holding more than
50 hostages from the hijacked
airliners in Jordan. Most of the
hostages are reported to be Is-
raeli nationals or persons having
dual Isra< ii-American citizen-
ship. The move app ared to be
calculated to provide Israel with
potential hostages in ease nego-
tiations for the release of those
held prisoner in Jordan break
down.
It was uncertain who was con-
ducting negotiations with the
terrorists. The head of the In-
ternational Red Cioss team that
started the negotiations last
week left one IRC representa-
tive in Amman and returned to
Berne Sunday, and reports from
Amman said the Arab Red Cres-
cent had taken over from the
Red Cross in contacts with the
PFLP. but U.S. State Depart-
ment spokesman Robert J. Mc-
Closkey declared the IRC had
not withdrawn and continued to
represent the five countries
whose nationals are being held
hostage in efforts to secure their
release.
Vatican Dispatches Envoy
The Vatican dispatched a spe-
cial Papal envoy to Amman. The
Continued oi. Pafc* 8-A

THAHT GUIS FOR
International Tribunal To
Deal With Hijacking
NEW YORK (JTA i Sec-
General U Thant has
urged that an "international tri-
l" be established to deal
with the acts of hijacking. Ad-
i-.-.t'--:nc a dinner sponsored .-;
the United Nations Association
,,: the United States, marking
the 25th annual United Nations
Day, I"' said it would b- help-
ful :f all governments pledged
themselves to extradite all iii-
jackers.
Although he again denoiuv
hijackings as "lawlessness"
the work of "extremists." h
not refer specifically to the
Aug. -"0 hijackings by Arab gi
i Has nor to the Arabs w*i
gjneered the plane seizures.
At his press conference last
Thurs '; y, h called the hi
inga "s^vaee and Inhuman."
appeared to suggest that th< :
had been carried out because of
Israel's earlier detention of two
. ian nationals, [si ael's right
international law to detain
the Algerians was upheld last
weekend by U.N. legal experts,
who based their opinion on the
of a country at war to pro-
tect Itself when enemy citizens
,-ss through. Algeria has pro-
i i tself in a state of war
with Israel.
"The crime of hi tacking." the
Secretary Genera! declared,
must be brought before an in-
tl rnatlonal tribunal defending
the interests of all people and
not anv one people or nation. To
the charge that such a panel
would breach national sover-
cignty, my answer is that the
world has no other choice we
must find adequate new methoels
lor international law and order."
I


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+Je*lstifk>rSdlfon
Friday, September 18. ljflg
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Weisman Succeeds Torczyner As
Zionist Organization President
NEW YORK. NY. Herman L.
Weisman, noted Zionist lender and
prominent New York attorney, was
HHMMN l. YtfliMAN
elected president of tl.e Zionist
Organization of America at the
conctading scnton of the ZOA's
recent 73rd national convention in
Neu York City. The four-day con-
vention was attended by l.ooo del-
egates from throughout the nation.
Mr. Weisman, prominently iden-
tified with ranking po ZOA. has served as chairman of
the Administrative Bowl of tli"
organization which has a national
mmtbefthtp of 100.000 and has oc-
cupied hitfh offices in Zionist fund-
reteing agencies including the UJA.
At present he is alto the president
of the Jewish National Fund.
His predecessor. Jacques Tor-
czyner. was honoie.i at the closing
banmiet for his leadership as
president.
In view off this P'st weekend's
crisis in the Middle East, Mr, Wei
man called on the Nixon Adminis-
tration to exercise its influent i >
gain th<> removal of Soviet missile I
sil s from the Suez Canal zone.,
"Only the strong influence of'
President Nixon can effect the re-
moval of roadblocks to peace ne-
gotiations which have been inrj-
lyz< d by the pernicious and fag-
rant scrapping of the basic terms
of the cease-fire," he said.
Mr. Weisman has been a life-
long leader in the ZOA. He was
the f-rsl ii tional chairman of the
can Zionist Youth Commis-
li n, and as national chairman of
the Commission on Law and Social
Actions of the American Jewish
Congress participated in civil
civil rights cases which became
milestone decisions by the War-
ren Court. He is the author of a
book called "The Future of Pai-
i >t inc."
An honor erarkiate of the Har-
vard Law School and now -
partner of the New York law firm
of Amen. Weisman and Butler,
Mr. Weisman has served in both
Republican and Democratic ad-
ministrations. On several occas-
ions, he has been appointed by the
Qovorner as Assistant Attorney
General of the State of New York,
participating in snecial and im-
portant Investigations.
Other officers include Dr. Fma.-i-
uel Neumann of New York City,
honorary president; Joseph W.
Spector of Baltimore, Md., oh r-
man of the National Executive
Committee: Rabbi Joseph P. Stern-
stein of Roslyn Heights. N.Y., vice
chairman. National Executive Com-
mittee: Dr. Marcus Levinson of!
Houston, Texas, associate chair-
! man. National Executive Commit-
I tee; Jacques Torczyner of New
York City, chairman of the Ad-
ministrative Board; Shoolcm Ett-
inger of Indianapolis. Ind, vice
| chairman of the Administrative
Board: Jack Lefkowitz of New
; York City, treasurer: Joseph R.
Hamilton of Short Hills. N.J.. as-;
I sociate treasurer; Donald K..
j Wolpe of College Park, Md.. chair-
man of the Finance Committee;]
Abraham Spiegel of Beverly Hills,
( Calif., vice chairman of the Fi-
I nance Committee: HaroH Green-
: wald of New York City, associate
' chairman of the Finance Commit-1
tee and Leon Ilutovich of Xc-w
I
York City, n.vioml secretarv.
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Dade County's United
Fund Starts Campaign
i
Dade County's United Fund
kiCKud off us $5.414,000 campaign
I at an Everglades Hotel luncheon
attended by more than 1,200 civic
rmd corjKjrate leaders last week.
Theme of this year's campaign is
Invest in People-If You Don't
Do It, It Won't Get Done."
Thomas C. Wasmuth, the 1970 '
1 campaign chairman, called on cor- i
; Durations to join the campaign's '
"program of excellence" and urged
every i>crson in Dade County to
| give his "Fair Share" this year
[More than 400,000 residents of I
' Dade County were assisted by the
j 4.1 agencies and 115 services sup-
ported by the United Fund last j
year, he said.
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which included the crowning of
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Bank of Miami entry, as ".Miss
United Fund 1970," Charles B.
'Bud" Wilkinson, former football
coach who serves President Nixon
as an advisor on voluntary action,
gave the keynote address, and the
l'-F's "Program of Excellence"
was presented by John B. Ander-
son, vice president of Eastern Air- ;
lines.
The Board of Trustees paid spe- ;
ial tribute to William Aramony. '
xecutive vice president of the
United Way of America, for his
service as executive vice president
of the United Fund of Dade Coun-
ty from 1964-1970.
HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Jewish Home for the Aged
Thrift Shop at 7300 N.W. 27th Avenue, in Miami, I
are an important part of the Home's operating i
income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing j
items for resale at the Thrift Shop?
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Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding, I
cameras, clothing, sporting goods or any other1
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Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor,
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Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs,
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Just phone 696-2101 and arrange fcr our truck
to pick up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to the Thrift
Shop are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents,
Board and staff thank you.
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+Jewlti nrridH.tr!
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Miami Representatives
Attend CJFWF Session
Four Miami residents were
among some 250 Jewish commun-
jty lea* from So cities who at-
Fall quarterly meeting
of the Board "I Directors of thf
Council i f Jewish Federations and
^ funds which was held
in Now York City.
Mr, .> Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
S, | opick and Mrs. Jerome
sented the Greater
Miami "-i-11 Federation at the
sessioi 'signed to give the lead-
en ,,i tbi American and Canadian
jowls mmunities their first op-
portunities to assess and preview
}'.>~i\ !- overseas and domestic
need" l,) develop guidelines
for com nity action.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions Welfare Funds is the
association of central Jewish com
munity i ganizatlons serving 800
Jewish communities in the United
St lies and Canada. II aids these
First AAUW Meetings Of New
Season At Barry Saturday
Sister M. Dorothy Browne. O.P.,
Ph.D., -dent of Barry College,
will wel ome members of the Mi-
ami bn "i the American Asso-
ciation University Women to the
Edwin i- Wies;and Center Satur-
flay. I l(l p.m. for their first
meet" g their new year.
11 : md colle [e seniors of the
Bccrediti d colleges and universities
are invit to attend the opening
Bes in, "Involvement in Study and
Acti ii," nd to become associated
viih the local branch of aauw. ,
I- iwsh ps, scholarships, commun-
Uj problems} Segal programs, and
study sessions, will be directed bj
Mrs. Estelle Green. Mrs. Alice
Lopez, Dr. Eileen Campion, and
Mrs. Gloria Peters.
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communities in mobilizing maxi-
mum support tor the United Jewish
Appeal and other overseas agen-
cies, as well as for major, national
and local gen ices Involving financ-
ing, planning and operating health,
welfare, cultural, educational, com-
munity relations and other pro-
grams benefiting all residents.
Highlighting the sessions, whose
focus was the priorities in Ameri-
can .Jewish communal commit-
ments, were firsthand reports and
observations from two missions
which just returned from Israel .n
which lay Jewish community lead-
ers from the United States met
with top Israeli authorities and
Studied tlie implications of the cur-
rent Mideast situation regarding
American Jewish responsibilities
in assistance for human needs.
Other sessions covered projected
programs for training Jewish edu-
cation administrators, preliminary
recommendation of the Jewish Task
Force on Jewish identity, guide-
lines to Federations on their i ia
tlonshlp to United Funds, guides 10
communities on funding national
iraining programs !o upgrade per-
sonnel, and Federation action in
line "i : nding legislation in the
vital areas of urban renewal -md
social welfare.
The featured speaker at the
four-day conference was Louis A.
Fincus. Chairman of the Jewish
Agency in Israel, who project d
Israel's extraordinary needs for
1971 in the areas or health, wel-
fare and education.
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Worship services will be held at
Temple Judca of Coral Gables at
8:15 p.m.. Friday with Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Kipper conducting..
This Sabbath has been designated
to honor the Temple's officers and
Board of Trustees. During the ser-
vice, Rabbi Kipper will consecrate I
the following officers of the Tem-
pi.': Richard J. Horwich, president;
Albert Jacobson, Jack Langer. Dr.
Clifford Marks and Sol Schreiber,
vice presidents; Charles Sokol,
treasurer: Marvin Levin, secre-
tary, and Kurt Frank, financial
secretary.
The Trustees to be consecrated
include Julius Boatman. Paul Blau,I
Max Deakter, Louis Easton, Owen
Freed, Marshall Harris. Xard Hel-
Rubbi Levin Reports
Receipt Of Cartons
KLIZABKTH. N.J. IWNSi
Moscow- Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib
Levin has sent a telegram to Rahhi,
Pinches Teitz of Elizabeth report-
ing receipt of four eartoas of
religious obji cts sent by ine Amer-
ican Orthodox rabbinical leader.
The cartons, the filth shipment
senl lo Rabbi Levin during the'
past three years, included prayer-
shawls phylacteries, mezzuzahs
and similar ritual items.
Rabbi Levin headed a seven-
member delegation of Russian Jew-
ish religious and lay leaders which
visited Belgrade to honor 'he
president of the Federation of lew-
Mi Communities of Yugoslavia, Dr.
tavoslav Kadelburg earlier this I
month. Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen
of Rumania and represent.,lie.'
from Hungary, western Europe an 1
Israel also attended the event.
man. Donald Homer, Harold Jaf- Henry Wiener. Dr. Fred Witkoff,
for, Norman Kasser, Ben Klein,1 and Mrs. Bernard Yesner. and Mrs.
Moe Langer, Sidney W. Langer,I Julias Bearma.i, Sisterhood presi-
Marvin Pearlman. Victor Reiter., ilent. and Krncst Rosenkran:'.
Howard Scbarlin, frving Schwartz Brotherhood president.
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Volume 43
Friday, September 18, 1970
Number 38
17 ELUL
Time To Take A Firm Stand
Once again the Jew is called upon to bear witness to
the world that unless evil and immorality is met with tirm
resolution it is not the Jew alone who will suffer, much as
many people would like to believeor see happen.
The piracy in the air which threatens property is a
threat to commerce that cannot be tolerated. When it
threatens the lives of innocent children, men and women,
it must be ended. The notion that there is anything heroic
about these hijackers must have been dispelled during that
week when four planes and hundreds of lives were placed
in jeopardy. No decent person has any illusions left about
these actionswhether they are Americans flown to Cuba
or Germans, British, Swiss and Israelis flown to a desert
site.
If there was ever a time for the world community of
respectable nations to take a firm stand on the outlaw
states which not only harbor these sick criminals but have,
on occasion, praised or defended their criminal deeds, now
is that time. The double-talk of diplomacy can be de-
fended under some circumstances. But if we are not beyond
that stage now, then this is indeed a world in trouble.
Arabs Do Little To Help Their Own
The exploitation of the Palestine Arab refugees con-
tinues in the most cynical manner. The U.N.'s gentleman
from Kuwait cited their plight as one of the excuses for the
international piracy which took place in the air a week
ago and threatened the lives of hundreds of innocent
people.
That these refugees live under miserable conditions is
not disputed. But what the rich Arab from the oil-rich
Middle East state did not say was that little, if anvthinq, has
been done by the wealthy Arabs, orivately or otherwise, to
help their own people. They have been used as pawns, for
propaganda as well as for trouble, in the battle against
Israel. The sheer inhumanity and hypocrisy of the Arab
leadership is appalling, but not surprising.
In the world DroDaaanda field, Jewish aqencies seem
to have overlooked the fact that 600,000 Jews were
forced out of Arab countries in the last decade or so, unlike
the Palestinians who, believing their leaders, left the new
state of Israel on their own and without threat. Nor has it
been pointed out that these refugees have been taken into
Israel, helped by funds contributed bv Jews all over the
world, and assimilated into the life of the nation.
If the United Nations wants tc talk about refuqees and
refugee problems it would be a good idea to discuss all
refugees %vherever they carr.e frcm and wherever they are.
A Present-Day Hatch For Hitler
Hitler'a writings and statements cbcut the lews end I =
solution for tiiem were iar.ored by mo^t peop's, including
the Jews, until he cc.iried it out
Stokeiey Carmichael, who was representing black mili-
tants including Black Panthersat an Arab conference re-
cently, told it like it is. "The Palestinian p sve only
one solution which has ail our support: elimination of the
Zionist entity frcm Palestinian sou.
Anyone who still believes the Panthers and their fol-
lowers are only anti-Zionist, not anti Semitic, should read
their publications. Listen to the voices of their leaders. You
will discover that Hitler has his match in language today.
Jewish compassion for the oppressed may, in some in-
stances, be going in the wrong direction.
mment
i
This kind of advice I usually
leave for those who have had at
least one semester in psychol-
ogy: if you're troubled with an
inflated ego, try running for a
public office like County Com-
mittee man.
If your reaction to the above
is "County What?" you are part
of the great majority, which is
the beginning of that deflation.
A candidate for the party post
is usually confronted with that
reaction when he mentions his
candidacy to a friend or neigh-
bor in the hope of getting a
vote.
After the third or fourth em-
barrassment, you realize you
have made an error in filingbut
it's too late, the ballots have
been printed already and your
name will appear some place
on the voting machine th it few
will notice and fewer will care
enough about to pull a lever.
even as casually as so many
levers seem to be pulled in elec-
tions hereabouts.
Bui that really isn't the worst
of it. Even without the enforced
humility that comes later, the
County Committee candidate
recognizes that as the usual re-
sults are announced on radio and
television election night there
will be no mention of his race,
not even a weak projection. The
following morning's newspaper
will not have the result and that,
too, is understandable, although
there is hope of a mention in the
afternoon editions. The real
blow comes when three days
pass and even the Elections Di-
vision can't tell you if you have
won or lost because they haven't
got around to counting up that
end of the ballot yet.
Get a picture of the candi-
date telling the few interested
people who call: "I don't know
if I won, they can't tell." No. it
isn't a question of being close
so that a recount is necessary:
they haven't even counted. What
kind of office is this guy running
for?
Well. I finally got the results
and. for all the good it did my ego
I received 200 more votes than
the second man in a four-m in
race. But the law requires th.it I
go into a runoff because I didn't
get an absolute majority in a
contest which two-thirds of a
pathetically small turnout ig-
nored, so I'm really not a win-
ner.
Whatever reparation my "vic-
tory" might have done to an in-
jured ego was destroyed when I
called a friend to congratulate
him on his victory' in another
district. "Gosh," he goshed.
"now I'll have to tell Carolyn
(wife)-.that I ran."
Experts analyzing my victory
are fairly -mu<* agreed that it
was the result- oti several favor-
able factors. My name was first
of th* four.- accounting for may-
be 10;; extra votes. Arthur Co-
hen aihd- Ted Cohen made big
splashy contests for other of-
fices so I got another 25% be-
cause of name identification (not
like Renick or Clark but still...).
In one obviously Jewish pre-
cinct I ran 50% ahead of the
field: I say "obviously." because
the Jewish name for committee-
W -,,.
by EDWARD COHEN
woman got just about the tarns
number of votes. I sent cards
to about 100 people whose n.unej
were given to me and. pre
ably some of them voted for r
The other votesmy total, by
the way. was 636 out of a pot >n.
tial 11,000 registered voter*
must have come from peo|
whose fingers accidentally pul. -.
my lever and were afraid :.
change for fear of spoiling 11
rest of the ballot.
I give away thee inside > .
litieal secrets to illustrate .
one candidate for "Coui
What?'' campaigned to win. ?
take Jerry, my friend-the-wir.i:
also, who forgot to tell his v. |
to vote for Hm. His was I
third name on the list; it is n
a name to be mistaken for any
other candidates'. He sent
rards. he spoke to no one al
being a candidate, including h <
wife, and she'll probably ne\ :
know, because they didn't a"-
nounce it on radio, television,
in the local newspapers. He diii
I am reliably informed, vote for
himself.
Those of you who live in Dis-
trict 35encompassing PrecinctI
191. 195. 300. 301. 302. 304 and
338 may feel somewhat em-
barrassed that you failed to
noteice my name on the ballot,
let alone vote for me in the
Primary. If you are concerned
that voting for me on Sept. 29
will rejuvenate an ego that had
best be left on the floor wher-
it is today, don't worry. Win or
lose, this experience has give
me enough humility to remain
with me to my end.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Even the
outrage of the airplane hijack-
ings has not brought home t >
most people the true gravitv of
the new phase of the Middle
Eastern crisis. A big war obvi-
ously threatens. It can perhaps
turn into a nuclear war. And it
can also end in Israel's destruc-
tion.
This is why examining the dras-
tically changed situation on the
banks of the Suez Canal is very-
like looking into an abyss which
may hold almost any horror. Yet
unflinching examination is imper-
ative.
First, consider the changes
that have taken place since the
so-called standstill cease-fire be-
rscft mosc*m rj CffN^mm we
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tween the Egyptians and the
Israelis. On Aug. 7, the day be-
fore the cease-fire went into et -
feet there were no Soviet-Egy;
tian SAM-2 missile battalions
within 30 kilometers of the Su <
Canal.
Both the Soviets and Egj -
tians had also given solemn i
surances to the U.S. govern-
ment that they would "refrai
from changing the military stat-
us quo" in an even larger area
extending 50 kilometers from
the canal's banks. By now h ) -
ever, no less than 15 SAM-2 bat-
talions, with six missile-launch-
ers per battalion, have been I -
ployed in the 30-kilometer sti
And there are 10 more batl
ions six introduced since I I
cease-fire In the outer but sti
forbidden strip between the
and 50-kilometer marks.
American protests h ive
met, in Moscow, by gross m
d >c!tv and provocative 8
h .- Within '" last
v.ri .- saM 2 h
'. c ntinued m the
eter strip And as th se "
are written, nun ei
R\M-2 sites onJthe
re beincytuq s< U '"
fo'-^iirtf. aim >>
verv banks!
All this Is precisely what
U.S. government flatly euaran-
I .'"-'. Bui the
humiliation of Hie exploded I 3
gunranr#e is the smallest psrt
of r\\o trouble.
For consider, second, the mili-
tary mppnjnw of the post-ceas
r' nntoajle den'ovments. To be-
pin with, it is beine "i|t about
in Washington tha* "We're liv-
ing Israel everything to dea.
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Planning the 8 p.m. Monday meeting of the education com-
mittees of all Jewish schools, which will be held in the
cilices of the Bureau of Jewish Education are (from lsii)
Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Bureau's Accreditation Com-
mittee; Albert E. Ossip, honorary president; Jack Katzman,
vice president, and Dr. Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau. Revision of the Accreditation program
:c: the schools and the Bureau's plan of assistance for all
Jewish schools will be the topics considered.
Zionist Federation To Meet Tuesday
The American Zionist Eedera
iion of South Florida will "hold its
initial mooting at 8 jmi. Tuesday
in the Algiers Hotel under the
chairmanship of Harriet Green, it
has boon announced.
Rabl>i Sol I-andau, president of
the Greater .Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation will give the invocation.
Guest speaker for the meeting
nill be Rabbi Hcrsohel Schachter.
national chairman of the American
Conference on Soviet Jewry, who
will speak on the aims and tasks
)f the Zionist Federation.
Rabbi Schachter, who has gained
wide recognition for his historic
| achievements in dealing with in-
tornational Jewish problems, is
; the immediate past president of
I the Conference of Presidents ot
Major Jewish Organizations. His
address will be followed bv a
question and answer i>eriod aim a
musical program.
The national membership of the
American Zionist Federation is
more than 700,000; South Florida
members t"tal somp 15.000.
Cocktail Dance Set
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2-Day JDC Budget Conference To Be Held In New York
TheJoinl Distribution Commit-
tee will H"ld 8 annual program
......H.dgel rt>v** in Now ^ork
Citv tbi V'at. Samuel L. Habcr.
execuS" vice chafrman of the
jrx- "as annoui
Uii past, these conferences
.,..,, held overseas, but because of
,,.,. extraordinary situations con-
, i by the JDC in various
we fell tnat it was par-
, ,iy important to Dling the
, renc* he. -his year. Mr.
lid. "It dU ,ead"
,'- of the Jewish community an
on these mi-
ssions and get a rirst-
... ol JDCs far-flung
;, welfare. rehabUitation, cul-
I lucational progran -"
which will take
place in the Biltmore Hotel Mon-
day and Tuesday. Oct. 12 and 13,
.vill include reports by headquar-
ters consultants from Geneva and
JDC program directors from irf-,
iaei. Eastern Europe, Western Eu-
mix', the Middle East and North
Africa. Mr. Haber said. The over-
leas programs, he added, are
supervised by Louis D. Horwitz,
director general of JDCs Geneva
headquarters.
The JDC. which receives its
funds primarily from the United
jc sh Appeal campaigns, recent-
(I establish the Association
for the Planning and Development
of Services for the Aged in Israel.
I: will provide half of the Associa-
lion's funds during the nexl five
years, with the other half being
contributed by local sources.
'Ihe foundation for JDC opera-
lions in HiTI will be laid during
the Oc''oooi conference.'MV. Haber
snld, and the size of the budget
that will be required to carry out
these operations will be decided
upon
New Hillel Director Pre
Alfred Golden, president of the
Hillel Advisory Hoard. University
of Miami, presented Rabbi Stanley
Ringler, the new Hillel director, to
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation at a luncheon-reception
in Beth David Congregation this
week.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David, is president
sen<* ol tin" nflbbinical Association, the
executive vice president is Rabbi
Solomon Schiif. director of Com-
munity Chaplaincy for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. Irv-
ing Lebrman, spiritual leader, of
TV mple Emanu-El, Miami B a rvos as the Hal binical Associa-
tion's liaison representative to the
Hillel Board.
Jewish Book Month To Begin On Nov. 28
>i/.- YORK IWNS) The
Jewish Book Council ol the Na-
I Jewish Welfare Board will
Bpi s .; the 28 annual obser-
x :i. ,. ol Jewish Book month from
K iv. 20 to Dec. 20 with the theme
-Around the World with Jewish
The Council's "OS-page Jewish
Book Annual contains essays on 1
number of subjects including ex-
ternal and Internal censorship of
Hebrew books dating back to
medieval times, the Jew in recent
American drama and Jewish books
published by university presses
and lists and briefly describing
toks of Jewish interest pub-
lished ir the United States, Israel
and Great Bri1 tin during (he year
.; j l 70 Some articles are
in H-brew or Yiddish, making the
volume a trilingual publication.
In connection with Jewish Book
Month the Council has a list of
publications including Jewish Ref-
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ish Libraries in Synagogue, schools
and Centers and Reviewing Jew-
ish BooksSome Outlines and
Answers.
Membership Luncheon Set
Coral Cancer League, American
Medical Center at Denver, is hold-
ing its membership luncheon at
11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Coral <
Gables Women's Club. For reser- )
\ations. call Dorothy Rose, chair-
man, or Ruth Nurenberg, cochair-
man.
This prize-winning design for a new home
for the aged in Aiula, Israel, to serve the
Jezreel. Beisan and Jordan Valley Region
was submitted by Meir Buchman and
Gad Heller, of Tel Aviv. The first of ten
such institutions to be built in Israel by
the Association lor the Planning and De-
velopment of Services for the Aged.,
The home in Afula will provide facilities
for 75 infirm aged reguiring nursing care
and for 2.S well aged. It will also provide
extra-mural services for elderly residents
of nearby communities, including "meals
on wheels," housekeeping help, coun-
selling and guidance, and recreational
facilities.
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Check of Ties with Hijackers
Con't from Pago 1-A
Y Rev. Joan Rwlhain was
met by Bishop Pio Laghi. the
Ai^stolic delegate in Jerusalem,
and escorted back to Jerusalem.
It was learned from re'iablc
sources that Israeli authorities
( piqued by the Vatican's
intervention. They were said to
have informed tht Vatican that
while the Papal endeavors were
appreciated, they were consider-
.1: .nsuitable. and that Israel is
not willing to enter into any ne-
gotiations with the PFLP or any
other terrorist organisations.
The European powers have so
far been unwavering in their
position regarding the terrorist
demands. They have made it
clear that they are prepared to
release the Arabs in their cus-
tody but only on condition that
all remaining hostages be simul-
taneously released, regardless of
their nationality or religion. Is-
raeli officials, however, are by
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no means certain that sentiment
for a separate agreement might
not prevail should the current
negotiations reach an impasse.
There was no official response
to Israel's latest move in the
war of nerves from Jordan, but
a spokesman in Beirut threat-
ened "unimaginable" reprisals
against Israel. There are about
300 known PFLP members be-
ing detained by Israel, which has
between 3.700 and 3,800 Arab
terrorists or suspects in custody
in addition to the latest ones
arrested.
West Bank AraNi Expelled
It was also learned that Is-
rael has expelled six prominent
West Bank Arabs to Jordan for
alleged collaboration with the
PFLP. They were described as
physicians, lawyers and influen-
tial merchants.
A. three-man delegation of
West Bank Arabs went to Am-
man last week to convey the
Israel government's warning to-
the Popular Front for the Liber-
tion of Palestine that any harm
done to Jews or other hostages
it holds' in Jordan will bring re-
prisals against PFLP members
in Israeli jails, it was reported.
The three reported they had
received no reply from the ter-
rorists, but refused to comment
on a report that PFLP leaders
in Amman refused to see them.
One of the delegates, a Nablus
physician, told newsmen, "You
can rest assured that we found
a way to have our message re-
layed to the commanders of the
Popular Front."
Commission's Two-Year
Study In Final Stages
The Commission on Obscenity
and Pornography appointed two
,'vars ago by President Lyndon
B. Johnson, has reached the final
: stages of its study and is putting
ihe finishing touches to its re|>oi t.
with six of its 16 members dissent-
ing in varying degrees from the
, majority opinion. The final report
' will go to the President and Con-
gress this month.
Dr. Irving Lehrrr.an. spiritual
' leader of Temple Emanu-El, Ml-
1 ami Beach, and vice president of
S the Synagogue CouncU-of Amer-
| ica. is one of the minority mem-
bers of the commission who op-
pose repeal of laws pertaining to
"consenting adults," a recommen-
dation of the commission. Rabbi
I-ehrman said he feels legislative
j prohibitions should not be removed
I on the basis of such a short-term
study. He believes a new commis-
sion should be set up to undertake
a broader analysis of the problem
in depth over a period of at least
five years.
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the furniture. The apartment is in a highrise and
has the Beach, Stores at the front door. Phone
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Lebediker Postpones Meet
Due to Rosh Hashanah. the reg-
ular meeting of Lebediker Branch.
Farband L.Z.O.. was postponed
irom Thursday. Oct. 1, to 8 p.m.
Saturday. Oct. 3, in the Washing-
ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
The regular first-meeting-of-the-
season agenda will be followed by
a concert and refreshments. Mem-
bers and invited guests are wel-
come.
SNFTY Installs Leaders
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, spir-
itual leader of Temple Sinai of
North Dade. will officially install
the young leaders of SNFTY, the
youth group for 10th, 11th and
12th grade students of its religious
school, at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Susan
Lane is the Youth Advisor of
SNFTY. an affiliate of the Re-
form Jewish movement's National
Federation of Temnle Youth.
Temels Dry Their Tears
Con't front Piige 1-A
days, the TWA ccptain was prevented from going outside ..?
plane to take care of the toilet facilities. During this time
were boiling their drinking water; the Red Cress provided
with chlorine to make sure it was safe to drink.
"We had enough to eat at all times," she said, "but ;:
course not the kind of food I get here at home. We had a s\:
of hard-boiled eggseach cf which was imprinted 'Bulgar:: A
special diet was brought in for the younger children, and thy
were not unhappy with it. The intense heat of the desert, sd-j-
times rising to 112 F.. was most uncomfortable.
"Through it all, we somehow managed to keep our rr.o::'^
; up. We told jokes and stories, and tried desperately not tD be-
come melancholy over our circumstances," the 15-year-old sail
When she and the other passengers were asked for their pass-
' ports-which, by the way, have not yet been returnedthoy
; were also asked their religion. She could only be truthful, the
, Hebrew Academy ninth grader said. "I'm sticking with my rj.
jligion, no matter what."
Mr. Temel reported that thousands of persons met the plan?
| when it arrived in New York, and Sofia added that hundreds o!
I reporters had met their plane whenever it touched down. Sr.e
declined to speculate, however, on the reason why four younq
American girls and all the American men are still being aeid
in Jordan.
A special thanksgiving prayer service was held this wee'e
at Sofia's school, and a party was held in her honor.
CANTOR, well known in greater
Miami, excellent dovner for Bal
Shochorith or Masof, available to
officiate en High Holv Days in
Miami or anywhere in tht State
of Florida. Call 5326167.
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FOUNDED 1912
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Phone: 371-4793 fUrn*: 238-2601
Registration is now open
A full religious school program, from kinder-
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campuses. Pre School Department at our South
Branch. Creative Youth program for adolescents
and college age. Inquiries into our family mem-
bership ivelcomed. Call either office.
REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW!
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THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
519 Dade Federal Building, Miami, Florida
RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director
PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashanah Begins Wednesday Evening, September 30lh
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Serving all of D.'tde Cnirnty >r 49 yenrs.
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Senior Rabbi
BARRY TABACHN1KOFF, Asst. Rabbi
MORRIS W. GRAFF, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB 6. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Service! every Friday evening at 4:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
Sabal Palm Elementary School
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Reliaioui School Information
Coll 3794311
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The Reform Congregation of North Dade
18801 N.E. 22 Avenue, North Miami Beach
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi Irving ShuH.es, Cantor
LSHANAH TOVAH TO OUR FRIENDS
AND NEIGHBORS
Sabbath Services: Fridays at 8:15 P.M.
Saturdays at 10:30 A.M.
For information concerning Membership, Religious
School Registration, Youth Groups and our
varied activitiei.
Call 949-3429
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Coral Goblet and South Dado
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RICHARD J. HORWKH, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation amd information, phone 667-5557
Jimple Jjeth <=/#,,.
5950 S.W. 88 St., (N. Kendall Drive)
South Miami, Florida
THE SUBURBAN REFORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Invite* You to Join It* Congregational
Family, Religious School, Hebrew School.
Adult Education and Youth Croups
HERfERT M. BAUMGARO, DJI.L, Senior Rabbi
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Soviet Jews Receive,
Appreciate Messages
. Across the nation, peop.e are
special Rosh Kushanahl
j Jewsln the U.S.SR" said
Leon Kronish crvurman of j
the South Florida Conference Ml
Soviet Jewry. -As you might ex-
he declared, "we are aske.1
tSfne and again. 'Do cards get
through, do they help?'
Last April over 30.003 Passover
greeting cards were sent to a se-
f,c, list of Soviet Jews. These were
individuals who had publicized
their names and addresses, appea.-
Ins to people everywhere to help
them realize their desire to emi-
grate to Israel," said Rabbi Kron-
ish "Carried on the cards was the
message, We have not forgotten
you.'
A Moscow recipient wrote,
-Thank you ever so much your
help and support are. you know it.
important and necessary for us
And a belated reply was received
couple in Israel, "I am
that my
Inga from our American fri
it was a real gift which lifted us
up. and perhaps, even helped us
to leave! Perhaps it prodded cer-
tain people there- to understand
that we are not alone, that we are
remembered, that there are people
thinking about us."
Special packets of five Rosh
Hashanah cards, each with a Jew-
ish scene, and greetings in Russian,
English, German, French, and He-
brew, containing mailing instruc-
tions and names and addresses are
available at $1 per packet, (or
50 cents per packet in lots of 50
or morel from the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry'. 1190
NE 125th St., Suite 11-B, North
Miami. Florida 33161.
Welcome Home Party
Hospitalized veterans will be en- >
rtained by an all-star cast at the
"Welcome Home" party sponsored
by the 52 Association of Greater!
Miami Sunday. Sept. 27, in the !
Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium, 10th '
Street and Alton Road, Miami (
Peach. The 52 Association's activi- i
ties are geared toward providing ;
entertainment for hospitalized vet- ;
trans and assistance for their
families. It is currently observing
its 22nd anniversary. Mrs. Flora
Price and Mrs. Roslyn Paul are in
chance of tickets, which must be
purchased in advance.
0RT Chapter Parly
The Treasure Isle Chapter of
Women's American ORT recently
combined a membership enroll-
ment luncheon and garden party
with a white elephant and cake
sale. The event was held at the
home of Mrs. Harry Baumann.
7560 W. Treasure Dr., North Bay
Village.
Looking over one of the certificates presented by the Israel
government to recent visitors to the Jewish state are (from
left) Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of the 1970 His-
tadrut delegation to Israel; Dr. Leon Kronish, national board
chairman of the American Israel Histadrut Foundation; Dr.
Michael Sossin, president of the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, and Jacob Rifkin, chairman of the Business
and Professional Division of Histadrut. They were among
600 persons who took part in the Fontainebleau Hotel re-
ception cosponsored by El Al Israel Airlines and the Israel
Government Tourist Office to launch the new "Florida Visits
Israel" program.
And a
from a
happy to inform you
husband and I are already in Is-
rael It is impossible to convey to
vou our state of mind, but I sim-
ply must tell you how happy we
*,. on Passover to receive In
Moscow the large number of greet-
Brotherhood Plans
Yom Kippur Dance
Saturday, Oct. 10
Under the leadership of Harold
Malta, president, the Brotherhood
cf Temple Beth Am is sponsoring
a Yom Kippur Dance beginning at
8:30 p.m. Saturday. Oct. 10, and
ending at midnight.
Music will be provided by the
James Lee band; superb food and
i :-k-rtainnient,will be assured, the,
committee chairmen report. Your
membership identification card is
!'< only requirement for free acl-
mittance; a small charge is made
for guests.
Norman Weiner is serving as
iinal chairman of the event;
Ernie Heydemann and Kermit
Bernheimer are working with him
to make it a fun time for all.
The last time the Yom Kippur
dance took place on Saturday
night at Temple Beth Am. it will
be remembered, more than 700
persons attended the affair spon-
sored annually by the Brother-
hood. Inasmuch as a capacity
crowd is expected again this year,
the organizers are urging those
who wish to attend not to delay
making their reservcations by
writing or calling the temple
office, 5910 N. Kendall Dr.
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B BABJBI MUTTON S<'IILIVSIiV
Templa Adath yesbnnu
In the first part of this week'a
ra, the commandment is given
rdlne; thr> offering of the first-
fruits of the
land It is ex-
.1 in detail
how the first
I athering w a s
to be taken by
si at lit'1 and
placi ci in a bas-
ket which was
brought to
the sanctuary of
G-d. Tiler.- the
Israelite was to
give it to the
ffobbi ScMinsky Kohen, and to-
: ther, according to the commen-
i ry of Roshi. they were to hold it
t fore the altar and say the pre-
. rioed words.
In our day, the same lesson is
clear: the synagogue without the
home is not enough,
Togetherness can and will be
a blessing.
Over thi- years we have seen a
eat transformation in our faith.
le change that I feel is not ncc-
-.i, lly good is the transferring of
ligloua obligations, now growing
lie and more common.
There was a time when the
me was the focal point of our
idaism. The fundamentals were
t only taught, but wi re seen and
;<:.(i'l thi re.
over a period ol time, not only
teaching but also the practlc-
_ of these vital aspects of our
ligion has been gradually trans-
ited from the home to the syna-
gue, howevi r.
This has now reached the i>oint
n i e the individual families no
feel i esponsil le, as long as
verything is Kosher in the
This Is a tragic error,
The Torah I Is us that both the
raelite and the Ko en wi re re-
to fulfill the i".- -
pt of thi i t-fruit. One wll
ie othei v. lent.
Brlh Tov Groups
Resume Activities
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Tov "ill kick off its season's ac-
tivity with a cocktail party in the
Burgundy Lounge of the Carillon
Hi icl Saturday at 9 p.m. One
drink. > ntertainmenl and dancing
' to music provided by a well-known
orchestra is included in the price
of admission. Minnie Schallcr and
Margaret Taub are taking reser-
vations.
The Wednesday evening Men's
Club meetings will be resumed
this week at 8:30 p.m. Max Schal-
j ler will be glad to provide any
further information desired.
The temple is open each cve-
; ning from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sundays
| trom 9 a.m. to noon for those who
wish to make reservations for the
High Holy Days.
Rabbi Swift Honoree
At Katz Reception
Rabbi Isaac Swift ol New York
will be honored at a private re-
ception to be hosted by Dr. and
Mrs. Aaron Katz in their home at
3630 Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach,
Thursday evening. Sept. 24. Dr.
Swift, a noted lecturer anil trav-
eler, is a member of the faculty
of Theodor Her/.l Institute in New
York City, and s, rves as Rabbi of
Congregation Ahavath Torah, En-
glewood, N.J.
Dr. and Mrs. Katz recently re-
turned from an extended tour of
Israi I. during which they were the
guests of Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem, which possesses the
only isolation ward capable of
handling Israel's cholera cases in
that city.
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CANDLEL1GHTING TIME
17 ELUL
7:02
Pushke Luncheon Held
First fund-raising affair of the
; season for Sky Lake Synagogue's
Sisterhood was a Pushke Lunch-
I eon under the chairmanship of
; Sadie Nelson. Kntertainment was
' provided by Tillie Erllch, Lillian
Deutch and Rhcda Sigman, who
! articipated In a skit.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What was the origin ol ngJag
surnames such as we do todaj ?
The surnames, in the for n i :
hereditary family names sui i
we use today, originated in a
gradual development from the
eleventh to the fifteenth century
of the common era in various
European countries. Because of
the Increasing population, spread-
ing commerce and the tendency uf
incorporation In society there aros
difficulties in Identifying Indivi-
duals. The adaptation of sum r
became a tool of identification for
the individual and more than tii.it
some indication of his forbearcrs.
It is worth noting, however, that
In ritual use in the synagogue the
individual is identified by using
his name and that of his parent
' without mention of the surname,
even today. Likewise, in the church,
; Baptisms and marriages are per-
formed without the use of th"
surname, even today. There has
tx?en a suggestion to include the
: use of the surname in a Jewish
( divorce, but this has not been
! accepted by the Rabbis.
What is the origin of the name
Sachs?"
The name could refer to on.'
i who comes from Saxony, thus be-
ing a short form of a place name.
When compelled to assume sur-
names, many did adoot the name
of their geographic place of origin
for a surname. It also has a hlstoi I-
cal background. Jewish refugees'
fiom Stendal adopted this name
to commemorate the memory of
their martyrs. In this respect the
name Sachs would represent a
Hebrew abbreviation for the
phrase "the Holv Seed of Stendai";
tZera Kodesh d'Stendall
Why have many Jews adopted
the name "Wolf" as .i surname.'
The Bible (Genesis 49:271 indi-
cates a blessing given to Beniunin
by his father Jacob in which !i<
said "Benjamin shall be ravin as
a wolf ." Thus, some people
called Benjamin, when forced to
take a surname simply added i le
i name "Wolf" as a sign of blessing. |
Then, generally, since the figure
of the wolf was a svmbol of the'
blessing given to Benjamin. It I
came to bo regarded as a name'
which bore a good omen and thus
Wolf came to be used as a Jew-
ish surname.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tavo
KI TAVO Prayer of thanks Moses concludes his second
discourse with an account of the liturgical ceremonies that are to
be performed in the Promised Land at the presentation of th
first fruits and after the triennial distribution of tithes. The
donor was to recite a prayer ol thanksgiving recalling how God
had delivered his ancestors from Egypt and had brought the n -
gi neration into the land flowing with milk and honey.
Moses and th.' elders instructed the people to observe four
solemn ceremonies one:- they had crossed the Jordan. First, they
were to erect large stones on Mi. Ebal and inscribe clearly on
them all the words ol the law. Second, they were to build an
altar of unhewn stones and sacrifice burnt and peace offerings;
the sacrificial meal which followed the latter was to be eaten In
an atmosphere of rejoicing. Third, the acceptance of the law was
to be ratified by the twelve tribes In the following manner: six
tribes were to .stand upon Mt Gerizim to represent the blessings,
and six upon Mt. Ebal to represent the curses. Finally, the
Lcvites. standing in the valley midway between the mountains.
were to pronounce curses upon those who committed the sins ol
idolatry, dishonouring parents, theft by removing a neighbors
landmark, misleading the blind, injustice to the stranger, orphan
and widow, incest and immorality, murder in secret, taking a
bribe to give false testimony, failing to observe any of the
commandments. Each curse was preceded by a blessing on those
who refrained from committing the sins enumerated above. All
the twelve tribes responded to each blessing and curse with
'Amen.'
The pceplc had frequently been warned of the consequence-
of disobedience. Now that they were about to enter the Promise
Land Moses felt it was his duty to lay even greater emphasis on
the choice with which they were faced. The observance of God,
commandments would bring numerous blessings includ.ng th
enjoyment of prosperity and happiness in the city and field and
in their offspring, crops, cattle, harvest and dailv toil: t';ev would
defeat any attacker and gain supremacy over other nations.
The alternative was too dreadful to contemplate, for the
rejection of Cod's commandments meant complete disaster in the
form of loathsome disease, pestilence, death and famine. The
land would be Invaded by a cruel nation, they would be soattei
over the earth and the final degradation would be their enforce
return to Egypt where even their enemies would not consider
them worthy purchasing as slaves. Moses now began his third
and final discourse. He appealed to Israel to obey God who had
watched over them in Egypt and during their wanderings in the
wilderness until the very moment he was addressing them.
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Sophie Primack Reviews
A review of the book "Hope Is
My House," by Devorah Wigoder
was to be presented by Mrs. Sophie
Primack Thursday evening at the
meeting of Forte Towers Chapter
of Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jeru-
salem in the North Auditorium.
Forte Towers 1200 Building. Mrs.
Rose Rosenbaum is chairman; co-
chairmen are Mrs. Harry Jolt and
Mrs. Saul Breeh. Mrs. Charlotte
Rose, of the Shaare Zedek of fie,
605 Lincoln Rd.. is coordinator of
the event.
This page it prepared in
Coooeiution With the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the feature!
appearing here is
MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Lcade* of
Temple Zamoro
Coral Gables
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MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
AaSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Awe.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowit* 2
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EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dan Or S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
> r Our Tim*." Saturday 11:11 a.m.
' ir .Miizvali: Stanley, mhi of Mr.
:. .1 Mi- .lack Kamln. Dal Mltsvah:
:; Hi Anne, daughter of Mr, and Mrs,
In Trillin;;
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
) iday fi p in Saturday 9 n m. Tin-
' >rah I teaon Bar Mltsvah: Rarry,
n of .vtr. iiii't Mrs. Sheldon Kosen-
i, W 8:50 p.m. Mlncha
EETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff S
i- Iday 6:80 pin. Saturday t a.m.
I 6:80 p.m.
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
1 iday at sunset Saturday B:45 am.
1111,111: -a World in Curses." Bar
Itsvah: Janes, son of Mr and Mrs.
bert Sultan, Followed by n recap-
1 i,n. 6:30 ; in Portion of Law 7 p m
v rmon; MWe Overcome i'ur Prob-
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinket 8
) iday 7 p.m. Saturday B m.
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
i iday 8:1* p.m, Bermon: "When Will
Christian Bible Be Rewritten?"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday 8:80 p m, Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Finding A Path To Peace."
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St_ Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. to.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March-
bein-Marbiny 14
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Raencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
l''iici:,> li p.in Saturday 8 am. Sermon:
"Pornography, a ^"tli Century Obses-
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Servants
of the Synagogue." Baturda) lfl:3A
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Scott, son of Mr.
nmi Mrs. Jack Sands.
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. 15
2ION (TEMPLE). liOOO Miller Rd
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha.
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday Family Services 7::i" p.m Sat-
urday : a in Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey,
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Howard Sacks.
Afternoon Bar Mltsvah: Eric, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bclner.
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirsciienbaum. 35
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
G"ss 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
I Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
i Cantor Meyer Engri. 26
< KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
i owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Friday S:30 p.m. Saturday t m Bar
Mltsvah: Molses, son of Mr. and Mis.
Samuel Bstylerman. Sen......: "I Am
For My Beloved."
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
Friday 6:.'|0 p.m. Saturday *' a.m.
Sermon: "Curses and Blessings, Mod-
ern Style."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 7:18 p.m. Saturday 8 n m Ser-
mon: "Craftsmen ofQ.....I Feeling."
MlArV' BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Avo
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 18
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Dpvid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitx Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 2i
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
! NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North B-ay Villane. Conservative
Cantor Leon Seaal. 32-A
NORTH M AMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1026
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
l schitx. Cantor Jacob Renxer. 34
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada I
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:15 p.m Rabbi Kipper will
preach, Saturday morning. Bat Mlts-
vah: Franiiiie. daughter of Mr, and'
.Mrs. Richard .1 Horwlch.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
I Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Canter Nathan Zolondek. 41
Friday s:l", p.m. Sermon: "Will We
Listen To Youth i>r Will We lui......
i'l.. in Saturday B:4S m. Bar Mlts-
vah: Stanley f and Hal Robert sons
of mis. Anita Hodea
FT. LAUDEMALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edw.irds. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J.' Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 48
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4S
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1728
Monroe St. Conservative Rabhi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvinj
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
M1RAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 43
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. HaDbi Morris A. !kop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfsidt. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
60
I'll'.MITl. v....
'" li ;:;" ...
..il
rKabbinical Jelevision f^rogratnt
Sept. 80Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate.
Topic: "Man lo Man in the Orient"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C, Pierce.
Panel: Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. Father Vincent
Shcchy. and a representative of the Fellowship
of Churches,
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Page 11-A
letters to the editor
Our Empty Guarantee To Israel
EDITOR. The Jewish Florldlan:
The inconsistencies in Edwaitl
Cohen's column In the Floridian of
Sent. U. a1'0 an aWront to logic,
reason, and ooil taslc.
His attack against me is based
Up i guilt by association. Hi also
condi nns my being contrary io
"traditional American Jewish p>-
git on." while at the same time
. guilty of the very some
things.
He should, according to his pre-
mise, call himself the darling of
the Black Panthers, left-wing ex-
tremists and anti-Semites, because
::ee with Ills pMlosopY.I 3
just ns lie labels me the darling!
.1 the Birchites, etc. because thoyi
like .. rtal I say.
Ed Cohen does not cn-e rrvic'i |
for traditional values. He scoffs
-tand against obscenity and'
imri rality. And he criticizes lh>.<.
who resist change. Yet he feels I
Alumni Association
Names Rabbi Drazin
The Rabbinic Alumni Associa-
tion ; the Hebrew Theological
College, Chicago, Illinois, an-
nounces the appointment of Rabbi
11 I.. Drazin. spiritual leader
of the Israelite Center Temple.
3175 s\v 25th St.. as regional
chairman for the Alumni Associa-
tion.
Rabbi Drazin, a 19G? graduate
of H.T.C., is presently completing
.his fifth year with the Israelite
Center lie has served on the na-
tional executive committc of the
Rabbinic Alumni of H.T.C. for the
i seven years.
Rabbi Dra/in will function as
ii-ni between the local alumni,
i' ids of Hebrew Theological Col-
ege and the school.
should suppress my views of what
I feel is right concerning prayi r in
school because it is not "tradi-
tional."
In summing up his attack on the
Orthodox rabbinate, he accuses us
ol being "offensive to other Jews."
while, at the same time, he does
not hesitate to voice an opinion
that could highly offend others.
Bigotry canes about by creeping '
into a cloistered corner in sancti-
monious, ind gnanl self-righteous-
ness, it matters not whether one'
creeps Into an extreme right cor-
n r r into one on the extreme
left. The narrow-minded b'got :.s
offensive to people of go id will.
If he wishes to disagree and
......phll isophically with religious
leaders, let him use logic ind
reasoning and lei him be gov-
erned by good will and cmot'onal
stability. Otherwise, it would i>.-
better for bis pen to remain In-
active.
RABBI PHIXRA8 WEBERMAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Two AJCongress Chapters
Schedule First Meetings
two i. cal chapti rs of Amcrii m
Jewish Congress have schedul !
meetings for Thursday, Sept. L'4.
Miami-Coral Gables, Chapter, will
feature an "Arm-Chair Review" t
the 1970 biennial convention as t .
Rabbi Stern Will Report On Europe
During the discussions at Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue
in the coming weeks. Rabbi Tibor
H. Stern will report on the visits
he and Mrs. Stern paid to various
;ewish communities In Europe
; his sitntmi r.
Rabbi Stern mel with the rabbis
i >. vi n count rii s and addressed
their worship services and school
assemblies. His visits were espe-
cially appreciated by those con-
rregations off Ihe beaten path.
where visitors are seldom seen.
Tin' Sterns visited a tiny ultra-
religious congregation in Copen-
hagen, where a group of liO fami-
lies maintains a rabbi, shoebet and
B day school. He was invited to
lead the Sabbath worship service,
and later attended an engagement
party for a young couple planning
to emigrate to brad after their
marriage.
Switzerland, they report, is the
hub of Jewish tourist activity -
Irom the United States. Europe
and Israel. St. Mont/ is said to be
the "match-making center" of Eu-
ropean and Israeli orthodoxy. Sons
and daughters are brought here by
their parents, but an oral agree-
ment must be mad" between the
parents In fore their children date.
A visit to Stcekholm revealed
I that the young American elemenl
roaming the streets there is nol a
credit to our country, Rabbi Stern
eporti d. and Antwi rp gave the
-terns the feeling they were In
pie-war Europe, or\even the most
religious part of Jerusalem. They
spent Tisha B'av with in "ambas-
sadors" of the Lubavitcher Rcbbe
[who have opened a school, syna-
gogue and kosher restaurant in
Milan. Italy, and have earned the
11 siiecl and admiration ol the local
Jewish population.
Desert Bug Identified
JERUSALEM (WNSl Hebrew
University scientists hive identi-
fied a two centimeter long, black
desert bug as the most VCnOTlOUS
insect found in the Middle East.
The predator lives In dry. stony
desert areas and is permanently
covered by sand, which sticks I >
is body. It can kill a mouse \r.
less than one minute. Research oi<
the insect began after live s im-
ples wore collected in the Sit
The hug has been identified through
comparison with samples callectcd
over 10 years ago.
program ol its noon mi eting
the social hall ol Beth David ('-
Igregatlon. A petite luncheon w
also be si i vcd.
"Israel" is the theme of i
Louise wise Chapter meeting
11:43 a.m. in the Algiers Hotel.
snack lurch will be available, a
I Al Israel Airlines' latest lilir
scheduli d to be shown.
LVfentz Guest Speaker
1 Leo Mindlin, well-known author Emanuel Mentz was the gui
, and Miami Herald columnisl speaker at tins week's regul
who will speak at the first rail meeting of the Senior c'iti/i
meeling cf the Jewish National Association of Miami Beach.
Fund, at the Fontainebleau IIo- the Washington Federal audit
'el Wednesday at 8 p m. i lum.
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI REV. NATHAN Z010NDEK, CANTOR
Conservative
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Proudly announces that it is accepting applications for mem-
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taken now. Daily Minyan mornings and evenings .
Adult classes for various courses Sisterhood, Men's
Club, Boy Scouts Supervised Activities for all age
levels. For further details come in to the office at 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, or call 448-7132.
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Friday. September 18, 137Q |
This Week In History

40 Vears Ago This Week: 193)
Adoif Hitler issued a 10-point
program far the expulsion of Ger-
man Jews, the annulling of peace
treaties and the nationalization of
Innks and department stores. His
.-ewsp.per said of Berlin-b >:-n editor
Theorlor Wolff: "This Galician Jew
must be the first one expelled."
Prof. Albeit Einstein said in
Eerlin: "There is no reason for
despair, for the Hitler vote is only
a symptom, not necessarily of anti-
Jewish hatred but of momentary
resentment caused by economic
misery ani unemployment within
the ranks of misguided German
youth."
Thcoricr Herzl's 40-year-old sjn,
t-hcl rrmself to death in France ill
j.-rief over the funeral of his sister
Pauline.
Russia's Jc\vi,h Communist press
admitted its anti-religious cam-
paign during the High Holy Days
had failed.
Three Jews weic arrested as
smugglers for trying to b:ing
Polish "esrogim" into Russia.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1S60
Mrs. Beba IdeUon. Deputy
Speaker of the Knesset, said the
History Of Jews In
Latin America To
Be Taught At U-M
A course on the History of the
Jews in Latin America will be ot-
tered this fall at the University of
Miami, Dr. M. Robert Allen, dean
of the Division of Continuing Edu-
cation, has announced.
Seymour B. Liebman. historian
who has specialized on the sub-
ject, will conduct the course, which
will meet on 10 consecutive Tues-
days from 8 to 9:30 p.m., beginning
Sept. 22. Classes will be held in the
Hillel House, 1100 Miller Dr.. ut
Ihe campus entrance on the west
fide of South Dixie Highway.
Registrations for the course will
be accepted at the Division of Con-
tinuing Education in the U-M's
Merrick Building until Sept. 22.
The fee is $10 for the non-credit
course, which is open to adults as
well as university students.
The course will cover the period
from 1492 to the present. The role
< f the Marranos in the develop-
ment of the Latin nations during
the Spanish colonial period will be
one of the highlights of the course.
Mr. Liebman has taught at thi-
University of the Americas in
Mexico City and Florida Atlantic
University, as well as the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is the author
cf "The Jews of New Spain:
Faith, Flame and the Inquisition"
jind translator and editor of 'The
Enlightened: The Writings of Luis
<5e Carvajal, el Mozo," both of
which were published by the Uni-
versity of Miami Press.
i<& -tfwiuj'im1
I 75 percent female turnout in th-
i most reecn electiors proved Is-
raeli women were more emanc!-
! pated than any other country's.
Pioneer \\ umon. lauding Mrs
Franklin D. Rmsr-wlt's "out-
standing contributions to the-
cause of Israel," voted to build e
lecture ha'l in her honor at the
Hebrew University.
The West German Association
of Municipalities voted $1.45 mil-
lion to help ease Israel's housing
shortage.
The first Jewish school in Greece
since World War II was dedicated
in Athens.
Dr. M. C. Sholcsnyak of the
| Weizmnn Institute of Science was
[ aid to have developed a birth-
! control pill from extract of mush-
rooms after eight years' research.
Foreign Minister Gokla Meir,
] President Gamal Abdel Nasser,
'rcuiiir Nikaa S. Khruschev and
Premier Fidel Castro attended in;'
opening of the 15:h General As-
sembly. Mr. Khruschev avoided
Mrs. Meir and greeted Dr. Cas-
ro: Secretary General Dag Him-
nnrskjjld avo:ded Mr. Khruschev
tnd greeted Mrs. Meir. King Hus-
:in. in Jordan, called Col. Nasser
"the g-eat neutralist" and said-
"He will be representing himself
only, ar.d perhaps a few friends he
has in Cairo and Damascus. He
will try to regain some of th'
prestige he has lust in the Middle
'^ast."
Two American Nazi "storm-
roopers." Daniel Burros and Jo'ir.
pafe-'. were sentenced to $100
ir 10 days for defacing the B'na:
B'rlth buildine in Washington.
NerTamid To Hold Teen-Age Services
The president of Temple Ner
Tamid, Herman L. Shaw, has an-
nounced that a special teen-age ser-
ice ior the High Holidays will b"
teld at the Washington Fedora!
\uditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr..
Miami Beach-
Temple Ner Tamid. which ser-
vices young and old alike, has ai-
vays felt that children of th:s age
rroup should have special service
ittuned to their needs and under-
standing. Mr. Shaw en 1 arneel
This Teen-Age Service will b? opci
This Teen-Age service will bo
open, free of charge to all chil-
dren of the North Beach area.
A sludentRal-'oi from New Y,,,.t{
will conduct the sendees and ,i
specia'. "contemporary High Holi.
day service for teen-agers' \
new High Holiday prayef boo!; i,y
". i Sidney Greerberg and s.
Allan Sugerman will be utilized
for th:s service, he reported.
In order to accommodate the
youngsters it is necessary for them
to obtain their free tickets by con-
tacting the synagogue office. 7902
Carlylc Ave.. Miami Beach.
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER
HARRY ZUCKtRMAN
Catering for All Occasions
fsioblishcd in 1945-
Tour Promotion
Plans Unveiled
Plans for the most intensive pro-
motion in the history of Israel
tourism were unveiled at a com-
munity-wide reception at the
Fontainebleau Hotel co-sponsored
by the Israel Government Tourist
Office. El Al Airlines and the
American Israel Histadrut Foun
dation.
OPEN*
FUNG
COCKTAfLS SERVED
(tenon* Jxt Fttf X Alt ji>, L T.)
Some vjOO persons attend;-d tht
special meeting- presided over by
Dr. Leon Kronish, national board
chairman of the Histadrut Foun
dation and honorary chairman of
the Israel Tourist Council of South
Florida.
The new group will hold an or-
ganizational meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday in the Allison Hotel. Miami
Beach, with business and civic
leader Lou Poller as chair-man.
Th" breakfast, which will b-
hosted by El Al Israel and East-
ern Airlines will bring together
key organizational leaders to worV
out details of a massive tourism
pro "ram.
Those attending the Fontaine-
bleau reception honoring hundred.'
Sossin, president of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Flor-
ida, and Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
chairman of the 1970 Histadrut
delegation to Israel.
Special certificates were pre-
sented to travelers to Israel by
pretty Ayala Mazor, El Al host-
ess, who modelled the latest in El
Al mini-fashions for stewardesses,
and by Mr. Goren.
Unveiled at the meeting were
plans for the "Florida Visits Is-
rael" program representing an ei-
Inne? of Eastern Airlines and
El Al, with Zenith Tours coord-
inating the promotion among trav-
el agents, organizations and indi-
ridui's. A special round-trip fare
of $492 from Miami to Tel Aviv-
highlights the new promotion, with
unusually low package tours of
two and three weeks also pro-
vided.
Tours will depart Miami In-
ternational Airport weekly on
TTv-sdp"s. beginning Oct. 15 and
ending March 11. 1971, Mr. Sega!
reported. Special programs in Is-
rael for Florida travelers will be
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MATTER OF FACT
During topping off ceremonies at the future home of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., Bob
Miller, one oi the three general contractors donating their
time to construction of the building, received a top hat from
Milton Weiss, president of Federation, in exchange for his
hard hat. Sam Adler of Southern General Builders and
Stanley Arkin of Arkin Construction Company are the other
two contractors responsible for the building's construction.
Continued from Pag* 4-A
with" the chirtiijeif situation. Bat
this is a flat lie.
"Everything" really means the
Shi ike air-to-ground missiles
which the Israelis are indeed be-
latedly receiving. It is effec-
tive against the old model SAM-
2s. But cheese-paring on the de-
fense budget has left this fat
and foolish nation without
Shrikes capable of taking out
the new model SAM-2s and the
Soviet SAM-3s. And these are
the missiles the Israelis mainly
have to "deal with."
Thus the new missile deploy-
ments assure the Soviets and
Egyptians of two enormous
gains. If and when fighting starts
again, they will gain control of
the air over the canal itself.
And they will also gain immun-
ity from air attack for the
strio along the canal who-"
their missiles are so densely de-
ployed.
Immunity from air attack, in
turn, will give complete freedom
to the artillery in the protected
strip. With this, obviously in
mind, the Sovjets have also been
giving the Egyptians laige num-
bers of their 203 millimeter guns.
And these enormously powerful
and very accurate eight-inch
guns, throwing a shell of 200
pounds weight, can swn pound
to dust the fortifications of Is-
rael's Bar-Lev Line.
There can be no motive for
these preparations literally
none at allexcept the eventual
intention to seize what is now
the Israeli hink of the >1
by naked military force. After
that, of course, the Soviets and
Egyptians must be expected to
roll their power forward into
Sinai, with the same methodical
ruthlessness of the great roll-
forward that has already taken
place.
Remember, too. that Russian-
piloted Mig-21s were sent into
combat with Israeli Phantoms
just prior to the cease-fire. That
was surely no accident: so So-
viet air power must be expected
to be added to Egyptian air pow-
fu, I
this I
er, in direct support of a fur-
ther roll-fofcvard..'.
Finally, consider what all this
portends! Quite plainly, it por-
tends renewed war. and war on
a far bigger and more terrible
scale. It can even portend nu-
clear war. For the Israelis al-
most certainly iwssess nuclear
weapons: and they will almost
by JOSEPH ALS0P
certainty use theci. too. if the
newed f/ar dri\% them to ex-
tremities!
What then will happen, how-
pye with the Soviets mor!
deeply and openly engaged th in
they have ever been in any .i '.-
venture overseas since 1945? It
can be seen why the abyss is
very deep and dark.
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Ga. the addition of another
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Friday, September 18. 197Q
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BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Slater s 'The Pledge'
YHREE YEARS of Intensive in-
vestigation and Interviewing
was required to gath ;r the ma-
terial for THE PLEDGE, bj Leon-
ard Siater (Simon & Schuster.
$6.951.
On July l. 1945, Rudolph Son-
nenbom, an American Jewish mil-
lionaire, convened a meeting of 1 r
influential Jews, (not all of whom were wealthy)
from many parts of America to meet with a man
named David Ben-Gurion. Shepard Broad represent-
ed Miami al the conference.
B. (."., ,ii that time head of the Jewish Agency,
asked those present to become the nucleus of hi Ip
thai the Yishuv would need in order to empty the
D. P. camps, bring the people to Palestine and help
the Palestinians Jews to flaunt the infamous Whil
Paper of 1939. In effect, he wanted the American
Jews to pledge themselves to become the secret
American arm of the underground Haganah.
The hook is an account of many of the ways
by which Palestinian Jewry secured the arms,
planes and machinery, which enabled the new stal
to outfit .i'\ army and defeai the attacks of 111?
sevi n Arab armies thai sough) to snuff out the life
of the Just-born [sracl, Ii is a story oi derrii oi cloak and dagger ope: it ions which outshine the
works ol Gardner, Rex Stout, Conan Doyle or I he
deeds of James Bond.
We mes! not forge! thai President Trun m
suddenly and inexplicably anno n i n
On I he sale ol all a: in. to the Middle East on I) .
5, 1987, five days afti r the I'.x. had pascd the
Partition Resolution. The Arabs had already biu^hl
S.'!7 million worth of surplus arms from America In
addition to those supplied by Britain which cont'nue I
lo supplj them In fulfillment of "contractual obli-
gations." American dollars. American determination
and American and Israeli Ingenuity helped to over-
come all obstacles.
it is difficult for me to review this book ob-
jectively. Harold Jaffer, Irwin Schlndler and Danny
Cravitl are people whom I have known for over 2 I
years. (Danny and Gloria Cravitt left Dade County
last year with their children to take i"> permai 'id
residence in Israel.' Harold Jaffer's name is found in
country in violation of the embargo,
indicted for trying to fly a B-17 f'.mv out of the
country in violation of the embargo.
Although the book is a mass of detail (a flaw),
it is far from being the definitive account of the
three years, 1945-1948. [I is complemented by R
r.a'iv'.s 'The Midnighters" (reviewed here re-
cently) and Rubin's '"Partners In Israel." There will
have to be many more bonks containing hundreds
of other names, especially American, before the ac-
count is complete, but Leonard Slater has presented
us with much ol the stoi y.
We recently heard that Israel has finally de-
cided to and Irv Schindler by awarding them medals. Their
exploits deserved this recognition.
'
Our Film folk:
.
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Prisoner Treatment Grows Worse
|\ RECENT WEEKS, the treat-
' menl of Israeli prisoners in
Arab jails has worsened, accord-
ins to reliable reports. Egypt has
13 prisoners of war; Syria is hold-
ing two and Jordan one. (Israel
also has taken prisoners it is
holding 69 Egyptians and .19 Syr-
ians, mostly soldiers.!
Although Syria signed the International Red
Cross agreement guaranteeing the humane treat-
ment of prisoners of war. some of the most horrible
Stories of torture have come out of that country. At
least two Israeli prisoners have lost their sanity as
a result of Syrian torture, and one is known to have
committed suicide.
Until recently- -with the exception of such inci-
dents as the hacking to pieces of an Israeli pilot on
the spot when he parachuted after his plane was hit
(luring the Six-Day War -Egyptians have behaved
tolerably toward Israeli prisoners, in comparison to
the other Arab nations. Recently, however, more
and more rough methods have be. n used in their
attempt to extract military information from the
captives. Badly wounded prisoners have been beaten
and their medicine reportedly "spiked" with so-
called "truth drugs" which is strictly lot bidden
by the Geneva Convention on the Treatment of War
Prisoners.
The insufficient medical care received by Israeli
prisoners has been blamed on the general standard
of Egyptian medicine and its physicians' qualifica-
tions, rather than any intentional negligence of tin-
doctors themselves. In fact some of them actually
have made creditable efforts to help their Israeli
patients. Nevertheless, the case of the Israeli pilot
whose picture appeared in Cairo newspapers after
he was shot down ii: July, and whose death two
days later was attributed to a "heart attack" has
caused grave concern ami suspicion in Israel. The
fact that, despite the efforts of the International
Red Cross. Egypt fo! weeks refused to return his
body to Israel, although such transfers have been a
routine matter in the past, adds to the doubt about
how he met his death.
In view of these facts, it is easy to understand
why the Israeli government was in no special hurry
to release the two Algerian officials who mistaken-
ly boarded a plane scheduled for a stopover at
l.ydda airport. One was immediately identified as a
top aide of Algeria's President Boumedienne. He
later was revealed to be a key figure in the Algerian
intelligence service, and there was evidence to indi-
cate that he not only interrogated the passengers ol
the Kl Al plane hijacked to Algiers two years ago,
but also influenced the President to refuse to release
the men aboard it until Israel agreed to release a
large number of terrorists. The irony of fate!
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Radio And TV-A Government Monopoly
.\x v TELEVISION and radio broad-
casting service be truly indepen-
dent if it is owned and controlled by
j the government? That is the queslion
i thai is agitating many circles in Israel
today. The discussion has boon marked
' by changes ranging all the way from
"censorship"' on one side to "anarchy"'
on the other.
Bath radio and television are a government-owned
monopoly in Israel. Administration of the services s
vested in a 21-member body representing various elements
in public life. The government recommends the personnel
who servo in key executive positions. Thereafter this
Broadcasting Authority has complete freedom; the gov-
ernment has no further voio until the time comes to re-
new the membership three years later, in this case
M : ch 1972.
Dr. haylm Yahil. chairman of the Authority, feels thai
stall members have in some instances taken advanta a
of their positions to publicize their own views. Those im-
portant means of public communication should certainly
refieel all points of view, but it is an exaggeration to give
equal time to majority and minority opinions. One who
has a microphone or camera put In his hand, says Dr.
Yahil. does not have to look for contrary, minority, radi-
cal or unpopular views to demonstrate the fairness of the
medium. In short, radio and television must have a sense
of stable responsibility.
Everybody in Israel is exposed to radio and television.
and one broadcast can shake the foundations. When a
human interest program of interviews with ordinary
people in Beth Shean brought to (he nations cars the
plaintive complaint of a child: "I am hungry." there was
a national scandal. During a live television interview with
a gioup of Tel-Aviv high school students, one boy casu-
ally admitted that he had smoked marijuana, rocking she
nation.
Critics of the present system regard such programs as
an .itlack on the Establishment. Freedom, they say. can-
not be absolute; public welfare must be taken into con-
sideration. Too much time is being given to the ct
As q result there is now talk of setting up parliamentary
supervision, which would of course mean complete polit-
ical control.
All this his called into question the purpose of radio
and television in a country at war. Is it supposed (0
seek a high intellectual level, and raise standards? Oi
should it meet the demands of the broad masses ft i
tertainment? The official policy is to put the emphasis
on information, with entertainment to run second. -low
are the proportions to be determined? Radio carries com-
mercials: TV has no commercials! yet.
The debate continues freedom of expression versus
government control. Israelis are an intense people, and i'
is difficult for them to view such controversies other than
In black and white. What happens when we get color-
television?
6i?:
Field Of Buttercups'
i ..._ .
A
X AMERICAN' journalist of Eastern
Jewish origin has written what is
perhaps the strongest indictment yet of
' Nazi insanity the obsession which
I,' caused two million children to be mur-
dered in Europe within a period of less
'^than three years. The book called "A
Field of .'lutii rcups," bj Joseph Hyams,
i husband of German-born actress Kike
Sommers, (who. by the way. is presently in England,
where she W"Starring in the motion picture Zeppelin")
i- a docinii account i i the Warsaw Jewish orphans
who wen- gathered together, by Dr. Janusz Korczak in
and hOUSOd, led and protected by the doctor until
the Germans finally shipped them off to the infamous
' blinks camp, where they were killed in 1942.
The Btorj of Dr. Korczak, who sacrificed himself with
tl* little ones ol his o: | b inage, was levcalcd !( I he
author by German film producer Artur Brauncr, who had
himself survived a concentration camp. Brauner, who
i ade a series of motion pictures dealing with the victims
of the Third Reich in Berlin alter World War II. had
collected a great deal of evidence against the Hitler re-
gime. One of the items was Dr. Korczak's diary, found in
the Warsaw ghetto.
A motion picture depicting the ghetto orphanage that
Jh. Korczak headed is now being prepared for filming.
The famed Polish director Aleksander Ford will guide the
production for Artur Planner's Central Cinema Corpora-
tion Studios, which, oddly enough, are located on the site
where a poison-gas factory formerly stood in Spandau.
a suburb of West Berlin.
'
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Who Watches Over FCC?
yumi THE DEPARTURE of Kenneth A. Cox
from the Federal Communications Commissi in
and the appointment ol she; nun Unger to that body,
it seems important that a larger slice of the papu-
la* lie awakened to the awesome potential for good
or evil inherent in radio and television.
The radio and TV industry will be glad to see
Mr. Cox depart. He has had the interests ol the
vicwci and listener at heart. Mr. Cox, who was
d to the FCC by President Kennedy, is leaving
his posl beans' his term is up, and his job just
naturall. is one f the biggest plums available for
the political party in power.
Consider the influence wielded by this modern
and exciting means of communication:
More than 05'; of the GO.DOO.OOO homes In the
United States have television sets.
In the average home, the Bel is on 5% hours
( aeh day.
By the time the average American child en-
ters kindergarten, he has spent more hours in front
of the TV set than he will spend in a college class
room earning a B.A. degree.
The average male will watch television for
roughly nine full years of his lite.
.
Television is not onlv reach-
ing more people than all other
formsol communication combined --------------
but is reaching them with an impact previously of-
fered only by direct experience.
Dean George Gerbner of the Annenberg school
'" observed, "In only two decades, television has
transformed the political life of the nation, changed
'"' st*',es "' the generation, made ov, might global
I henomena out of local happenings, and redirect,.!
I How of information and values from traditional
channels into centralized networks ... it has prc-
foundly affected the process by which members
Ol our species become human."
our airwaves are public property. Anybody can
start a periodical, but the people who get their'
nands on this means of instant communication may
obtain h.s prize only from Uncle Sam. The chang-
ing of the guard at the fcc is an event of earth-
snakmg significance, and the earth you feel shaking
is yours and mine. We must have responsible, con-
cerned sens, live citizens watching over the Com-
mission s affairs, since the most powerful means of
shaping nun's minds yet devised is under its direct
control.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage
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i lh 'ii'1"1 u Court of Dale County. Florida.
Owners:
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* 21 9/4-11-18
in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CaURT
|lN,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 70-3268
GEORGE T. CLARK__
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE Estate "f
kADlE P1NCU8
,! Til Creditors and All Persons Hay-
claim" vSuar. hereby notiftod and required
present any claims and demands
thick you may have against the es-
tie of SADIE PINCU8 deceased late
I ie County, Morlda, to the Coun-
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in- hi their offices In the Count}
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,,. -,.,i i Miami, Florida, this 4th
L oi Sept., A.I'. 1970.
8HERVVIN STAl'llKIl
As Bxecutor
First publication of this notice on
die nth day of Beptember, 1970.
kHBRWIX STAITJER
Utt. rney (or Bstate of Badle Plncuj
|.i:,.i Lincoln I toadMiami Beach. Fla.
9/ 1 N--.i in -.'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3005
Dowling
in RE: Estate of
J. JAY KLINE
a/k/a JOSEPH .1. KLINE
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have afrainst the es-
tate of J. JAY KLINE a/k/a Jo-
seph J. KLINE deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to the County
JudKes of Dade County, and fil- the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 7.13.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dado 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 21st
da) Of August, AD. 1970,
/s' Jacqueline D. Kott
Jacqueline D. Kott
As Kxecutrlx
Firs) publication of this notice on
the -Mil day of August, 1970.
i i:\yin i-;. kott
1221.". lto< k Harden Line
.Miami, Florida 38166
Attorney for Executrix
8 28 9 4-11-18
||N THE CCUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2872
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Estate of
liTHBL .M KEN NELL.
I,. nased,
All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Against Said
I ;-ir,:. :
[ You are hereby notified and re-
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biands which you may have against
Mie estate of ETHEL M. KENNKLL
M-reased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
county, and file the same in dupli-
I ;,te and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, iii their offices in
hhe County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
[1y, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time or the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will he barred.
Dau-d at Miami. Florida, this 24th
i day of August. AD. 1970.
BEN B88BN
A Administrator C.T.A.
First publication of this notice on
I the WHi day of August, 1970.
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Attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
1208 Ain-ley Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
8/28 9'4-Il-lS
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of SOUTHEAST Fli'ltlDA GEN-
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Circuit Courl of Dade County. Florida,
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doing business as SOUTHEAST
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uid file the original answer or
ailing in the office of the clerk Of
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' r 25, 1970. If you fall to do so, Judg-
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Kmolalnt.
I DUMB AND ORDERED this 19th
V of August, 1970.
B i) i.i:\therman. ci.ebk
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
nil c,,urt Seal)
_______________8/2S 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"
NAME LAW
[NOTICE ,s HEREBY OIVEN' that
ie Undersigned, desiring to engage In
uslness under the flctilious name of
C'' AVENUE MARKET nt 2740 N.W.
F'th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to
['^'-ic, mid name with the Clerk of
[He Circuit Court of Dade County,
p lorida.
Ruben MorRles
Adolfo Cortezo
._, Reinaldo Gonzalex
tAiMONn j. woi-f
Mtorney for Parties
I West Flagler Street
ni. Florida
9/4-11-18-2B
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2976
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RB: Bstate ol
JilK HF.THF.I. WHITE
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired I" present any claims and i I
inainls which you may have agalnsl
the estate of JOE BETHEL WHITE
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section T3S.lt. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Hade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 80th
dav of August. A.D. 197".
FRANK R. CRANDON
WAYI.AND P. TYRE
A~ Bxecutors
First publication of this notice on
the l stri dav of September, 1970.
MORTON H SSBMEL
Attorney for Bxecutors
I716B Northeast 19th Avenue
North Miami Reach. Florida. 3111.2
9/1 s-2.i 1" 8-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDc. i COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 86346
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIOr*
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Estate of
FLORENCE V. Sl'O.MINICN,
I'. ceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that i have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
is Bxecutor of the estate of FLOR-
ENCE V. SUOMINBN, deceased: and
that on the 30th day of Beptember,
1970, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval Of BBld Final Re-
port and for distribution and final dh -
barge as Executor of the estate of
the above-mentioned dec-dent. This
2"lh day of August, 1970.
/s Henry It. Ward
Henry R. Ward, Executor
s F.. Paul Realty
!v I'aul Realty
Attorney
1001 Beybold Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
_________________9 1-11
IN THE'COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN A1MD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3102
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
ARTHVR .1. BROOK8
Deceased
To aii Credit! r and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Sou are hei.by notified and required
to present any claims and d. niands
which you may have against tin ef -
tat. of ARTHUR .1 BR.....C8 de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judge- of Dade Coun-
ly, and file the same in duplicate and
iii provided in Section ":::'.. !;. Florida
statutes, in their offices iii the Coun-
ty Courthouse hi Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the flrsl publical..... here-
of or- the same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of August, AD. 1!'T".
EMZABETI1 I, r.Ri a IKS
As Kxecutrlx
First publication of this notice on the
Ith dil\ of September. 1070,
ROBERT II NKVYMAN. ESQ.
Attorney for Elisabeth L. Drooks
K\< cutrix of the estate of
Arthur J. Brooks
kni-xo.-, Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida S3131
9/1-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15939
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
YERACHMIEL MUTCHNICK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAItl ENE B. MCTCHNICK.
Defendant.
T<>: MARI.KNK B. MUTCHNICK
e/o Altman's
1\ 11. Box 424
Barbados, West Indies
You. MARI.KNK K. MCTCHNICK.
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plai-nl for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are requln d lo
serve a copy of your Answer or
Blending to the Bill of Complaint on
Ihe Plaintiffs attorney, PAUL KWIT-
NEY, 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach,
Florida 33139 and file the original
Answ-r or Pleading in the office of
I the clerk of the Circuit Court Oil or
1 before the bum day of October, 1970,
: If you fail to do so. judgment hj de-
i fault w ill be taken against you for the
, relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall lie published once
'each wek for four consecutive weeks
I ill Till: JEWISH Fl.i iRipiAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of Beptember
A.D. 1970.
E B l.KATHFTfMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Daile County, Florida
By: I- BNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1'All. KVVITN'KY
4L'" Lincoln Bo,id
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
!i 11-is-SI 10 2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2527
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estati of
Nil (il.A PIETRl il'Aol.A
I .,-,.1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against .s;.il
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pn seni any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of NICOLA PIBTROPAOLA
tie. easel late ,.r Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, lo the County Judges of Dad-
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate ami as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publics-
tio'n hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, "his 10th
day of September, A.D. 1970.
.MATH DA BAMBIS
As Executrix
First publication or this notice on
the ImIi day of September, 1970.
GROVBR CIMBNT WEIN8TEIN &
STAl'llKIl. P.A.
oio.,i.vs for Estate Of Nicola
Pletropaola
360 Lincoln RoadMiami Bench
9/18-2E l" 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE .
COUNTJ.. FLORIDA. "
No. 70-15533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OHARLt iTTK VI "Ii;i.
Plaintiff,
JOSEPH VY. PHILLIPS and
DOR< Til Y A PHILLIPS, his
V Ifi J< illN W VANDEROHIFF,
and SHIRLEY I: V'ANDERURIFF,
hi- u |fe.
Defendant,
VOL', JOHN VANDBRORIFF, 0 :
SHIRLEY II. YANDERURIFF, h '
wife, residence Ins Tennessee Aveni
Charleston, Wesl Virginia. 25802, ard
JOSEPH W. I'llll.l.ll'S and DOR!
THY A I'llll.l.iBS. hi.- wife, resli
decree wiili tin clerk Of ihe abo
Ing Regiment, Fl Devens, Massachi
setts, are required to fil. y,ur ann
er lo the complalnl for decutrntni
decree uilli the el-k of the ttboi -
courl and serve a copy thereof unot
HERMAN COHEN, ESQ., 1310- I
Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida on
before October U. 1970. If you fail
Answer a Default will be enteri '.
against you.
Dated September 8, 197a
K. B. LKATIIKR.M \N '
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c P. ci IPBLAND
9/11-18-23 I".-
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16527
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN K LAZAR,
Plaintiff,
ETTA M LAZAR,
Defendant.
TO: ETTA M. LAZAR
317 s. Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills. California 90212
You, ETTA M. LAZAR. are hereby
notified thai a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you ace required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ROSEN RtVKIND, 420
Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach. Florida
33189 and file the original Answ-r >,-
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of October. 1970. If you fail
In do so. ieihrm.nt by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in ihe Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for foui.....nsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH PIAVRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of September
I A.D, 1970.
a B LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrcull Court. Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
III (SEN R1VKTND
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney! for Plaintiff 534-4757
9/18-25 I" 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
B,vpi/fiCT,T,ous NAME LAW
t ,T,<-fc IS HBRBBY QIVBN that
' undersigned, desiring to engage
?J5"Jf"! under the fictitious name
|P i ,,." RKSTAITRANT at 8518
[', w"-v. Mlnmi, Florida Intends to
rsiKter said name with the Clerk of
horid tV,urt of Dade CoulU>'-
Bv RBSTAURANT WEST, INC.
[ """-ett M. Rothenber.g Secretary
S518 IVral Way
.Miami, Florida
8/28 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRF.BY lilVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
BILLS MIAMI IIARDKNS KISHKRI
nt 33on N.W. 191st street. Opa Locka,
Florida intends 10 register said name
Wit!) the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
WILLIAM MF.TZ
JOSEPH SCHMIBR
Attorney for Apnllcant
KI15 Mncoln Road
Miami Beach. F'la.
Bhonc tSl^Hl P/4..,8.25
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4695
lor meergor service
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CI RCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-16273
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
CLARA CARTER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
EUGENE CARTER,
Defendant.
Vnr, EUGENE CARTER, are here-
by notified. thai a Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading n the
Complalnl for Divorce on the Plain-
tiff* Attorney. lltwiN a i-ii'"S"'-"'.
28 Weal Flagler Street, Miami, Flo-
rida, and file the original Allswel ur
fl.-ailing in Ihe Office Of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
th day "f October, 1970. li you fall
to do so, judgment by default "ill
be taken agalnsl you for the relief
,'emantled In the Complaint for
Divorce.
This notice shall be published nnei
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I'l.olllDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tit C
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engas -
in business under Ihe fictitious n.nr -
of SID RUBIN AUTO & GENERA .
INSURANCE AGENCY; SID RUBI I
BAIL bonds ai 4C Washington Av< .
Miami Beach intends to register sa I
names with the t'lerk of the Clrcu .
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY S RUBIN
8 28 9 1-11- -i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
JUDGE FRANK B. DOWLING
No. 70-2491
In RE: I Mate of '
BERTHA CHIPKIN, >
D-:"!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha
ing claims or Demands Against s..
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and requln I
lo iiresenl any claims and deman
which you may have against the e. -
tat.- of BERTHA CHIPKIN d......as,
late of Da.ie County. Florida, to p
County Judges of Dads County, ai I
file the same in duplicate and as pi -
vided In Section 733.B'.. Florida Sic
Ute, in their offices in the Coun
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid-.
within si\ calendar months from i! a
lime of the first publication hereof,
th, name vvi 11 be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1 i
da> of August. A.D 197".
SAMUEL QELLMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice t
the 28th day of August, 1970.
HARRY ZI'KBRNTCK
Attorney for Bxecutor
4L' Lincoln Road
Miiuni Beach, Florida
8/28 9/4-11- I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ,
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage l
in business under the fictitious name I
of MIDAS MUFFLER SHOP at ^17:,
N E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida in-
tends to register said name with Hie
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
KEVR1N. INC.
by: Harold Noordnoek, President
HERBERT E KAUFMAN
Attorney for Kevrin. Inc.
1629 duPoiit building
Miami, Florida .,,.25.10/I
__I Dade County. Florida, this Mb day
Of S-nlember. 1970
E. It. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
in. tin Court. Dade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Di outy Clerk
H ir. nit Court S,- ll
1RWIN <" CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaint Iff
Bull* 804, Robert" Building
28 Wesl Fiai-i. r Btreel
Miami. Florida ,
p/u.i-?f i" -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 70-16200
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE MATTER I IF:
\,lop,ion of GARY RICHARD
Mi 'DGB8, a inn or by Stepfather,
ALBERT BUTERA,
Petitioner
Tl HARVEY B. HODGES
L'tlOl Summit AveilUI
I'liion City. New Jersey
YOP ARE HEREBY NOT! II'
that a PetlUon has been filed
vou and vou are required to serve
ropy "f your Answer or pleading to
cnid Petition upon Petitioner's Attor-
ney, JERRY A BURNS, Esq Suite
908 City National Bank Building. 25
West Flagler street. Miami. Florida
3313m, and ni"- the original Answer or
pleading In the office of ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court In and for Dade
Countv. Florida on or before the u,th
day of October. 1970. If you full to M
bo, judgment hy default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of September,
E. Tl. LBATHERMAN,
t'lerk. Circuit Court
I>ade County, Florida
By: C P. COPKI.AND
Deputy Clerk
a/11-18-25 10/2
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 f-OR DIVORCE
SANDRA MEARS.
Plaintiff,
vs. I
\\ ICRSTER .T MEARS. JR.
I >. f, ndant,
Tl i; IVebsti r J. Hears, Jr.
651 Glenv ood Avenue
Atlanta, (la.
You. WEBSTER J. MEARS. Jl
are hereb) notified that a BUI oi Coi
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, ami you are required i
serve a copy of your Answer or Plea-
ing to the Hill Of Complaint on ll -
Plaintiff's attorney, ROBERT 1
HERNS. ESQUIRE 880 Lincoln Roa=
Miami Beach. Florida and file t>
original Answer or Pleading in tl
Of the Clerk of the Clrcu
Courl on or before the 1-lh day
October, 197". If you fall to do s-
judgnn-nt by default will be taki
igalnst you for the relief demandi
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published on -
each week for four consecutive wool
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16350
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CARUAN JEAN SEAMON,
Plaintiff,
HARI.KY BEAMON,
I >, fendant.
TO: HARLEY SEAMON
410 E Center St.
Ithaca, Michigan
You, HARLEY SEAMON, are here-
l.v notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
against I you. and you are required to serve n
copy of vour Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Com-'lalnl on Hie Plnl'-i-
iirfs attorney, jack l. HBRSKO-
\V1TZ 420 Lincoln Road. Suite 908,
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of tl"' Circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of
October, 1970. if you fail to do so,
judgment hy default will be taki n
agalnsl you for the relief demanded hi
the Bill of Comolaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI-OPTnTAN.
DONE AND ORDER ED ftl Miami,
Florida, ilii* Sent. 9th 197"
E B l.KATHBRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: L BNBBDEN
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Coun Seal)
9/18-25 10/2-9
THE JEWISH F
is INE AND ORD
Florida. Ibis Sth da:
A.D. 1970,
E B I.EATHK1
Circuit Court. I lade
Bv. L. BN _
I >eolltV 01-1 I.
icin uii Court S. all
ill il'.EBT II. BURNS!
3r,o I Incoln Road
Miami l'.i a. h. Florldncj-j
intiffCr!
IAN
at Mian
Beptomh
Clerk,
tV, l'lol id.
BN
A florae) for Plain
9. ii-i-:'."i 10 .'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HBRBBY GIVEN th.i
the undersigned, desiring to engag
in business under Ihe fictitious nan
of KBNMORE HOTEL at 1050 Waul
ington Avenue, Miami Reach. Florid
Intends to register said name with tl
Clerk of the circuit Court of Da<
County, Florida.
NOROP. CORP.
By: Norman Schwartz. President
K\<: LANDER A BURNETT
Attorneys for Norob Corp.
No 1 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach. Florida 88189
I 1 S-LT. 1"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag
in business under the fictitious nan-
of THE RED HANCER of SURFS ID 3
at 8BUJ Harding Avenue. Surfsid
intends io register said name with the
nerk of the Circuit Court of Dai
County, Florida.
Ligast. Inc., a Florida corporal ion
Bv: Edward Maisnl. President
F1NB, JAOOBSON A BIJOCK
Attorneys for l.igast. Inc.
1"! E. Flagler St.
Miami, Florida
!/18-21 10/2-9


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Jewish Floridian
Jordan On Brink
Of Civil War
j^Tncnida -- Friday, September 18, 1970
Section B
srael Charged With Violations;
Nixon To Visit Mediterranean
WASHINGTON U.S. offi-
cials have charged Israel with
uolalinR the terms of the cease-
lire in the Middle East toy mak-
jng reconnaissance flights over
Egyptian territory and strength-
ening its own fortifications in
the Suez Canal zone, it has been
nported here.
Curr(nt evidence does not in-
dicate that Israel's actions have
ik-h military significance as
those of the United Arab Repub-
lic, the officials admitted, and
in no wav indicate preparations
for an offensive, since there is
;io sign of cither amphibious or
massive air strike preparedness.
Mo*t observers believe that
neither side Is prepared to make
Kidney Transplanted
I By Mount Sinai Team
A team of physicians at Mount
|S:nai Hospital has performed a
kidney transplant on a 52-yea.--
old housewife, executive vice pres-
ident Samuel Gertner reported.
The recipient was Mrs. Phyllis
- : of 455 44th St., Hialeuh;
Itht dor.^r was her 26-year-o:d
daughter, Sharon Snyder. Both
| nts were listed in satisfac-
l -ondition doctors said, ai'd
-tine comfortably.
an attack of any size across the
canal in the Immediate future.
Experts who have assessed the
Egyptian capabilities, in fact,
believe that Cairo Is incapable
of putting; more than a small
force across the canal for any
significant period of time.
A report from Arab diplomats
revealed that Egypt asked for
a U.S. guarantee that Israel
would not launch an attack
across the canal on Sept. 4. but
had received no reply from
Washington.
Sources in Washington ex-
plained that U.S. officials feel
they cannot give any such guar-
antee, since they do not control
Israeli actions. The United
States, it was pointed out. had
urged Israel to rely on diplo-
matic pressure instead of mili-
tary force prior to the outbreak
of the Six-Day War.
The White House, meanwhile,
announced that President Nixon
would review Sixth Fleet exer-
cises in the Mediterranean din-
ing a trip that will take him to
that area.
President and Mrs. Nixon
plan to visit Italy, Yugoslavia,
Spain. Britain and possibly Ire-
land before returning Oct. 5. He
is scheduled to visit Pope Paul
Armed Federal Guards
Ride Flights From N. Y.
NEW YORK (JTA) Armed
al plainclothesmen began
riding international flights from
K( nn.dy Airport Saturday in ac-
hci' with the policy an-
nounced by President Nixon to
y."
The first planes with the
Is ; ging to airlines which were
victims of guerrilla hijackings
ast SundayTrans World and
Pan American.
The President had announced
Friday that specially-trained
guards would police both domes-
tic and overseas flights of Amer-
ican-! lac airlines and that he
had ordered the Transport De-
rtment to expand the use of
;tronic surveillance devices
vay" airports, other 1o-
estii airports and to ov--
rmirmls of American air-
- i:- .' > urged, th" Inter-
'mmunity to aceept a
tr*Btv to evt-idite or
punish hijackers and to t. kc
joint action to suspended airline
services with countries which r< -
fuse to punish or extradite hi-
jackers. He had instructed Sec-
retary of State William P. Rog-
ers to ask the president of the
Council of the International Civil
Aviation Organization to call an
emergency meeting to conside;
such "joint action," he said.
Airlines officials refused to
say which of their flights would
carry the federal guards bit
other sources said guards would
ride flights to Europe, the Mid-
dle East and southeastern United
States, which is in range of
Cuba. (There are an estimated
125 trans-Atlantic flights and
14.730 domestic flights daily in
the United States. 1 The firsl
guards have been drawn from
the Treasury. Washington soire-
es said D'ans coll for a force of
up to 5 0?0 guards who will .->
as lone as necessary.
Number Of Cholera Cases
Jumps; Advice Sought
in Rome, the southern European
NATO headquarters in Naples,
and meet with American ambas-
dors in the Mediterranean area,
it was announced.
In view of the threatened col-
lapse of the U.S. peace initiative,
his visit was expected to be a
valuable demonstration of the
American interest in and con-
cern for the nations surround-
ing the Mediterranean. It is con-
sidered a way of showing the
Soviet Union the seriousness of
the American commitment in
the Middle East.
In Spain, the President will
confer with Generalissimo Fran-
cisco Franco, it was reported.
He has long been interested in
getting Spain back into the
Western club" but knows there
is no possibility of getting that
nation in the NATO at present.
' SA1 KM (JTA1 n
r >ak has reached
proportions and tha
' "' Is seeking advi
' 'rnational hotlth ex-
has, heen disclos id.
"teen new cases were re-
: In the Jerusalem area,
the total to 120 cholera
rv.ior.ised since th3 di
fi-st detected here last
So far only two fatali-
be?n renorted, but ptlb-
eTowmg,
: :: i Ister Victor Shem-
theG iv -rnment is si in I-
'icj i ':-'' inlng from
' tons on grounds
are nnjustified me 11-
'v'.o-ricr-Uly. He sal I
' is suriortcd by the
V medical schools in Je-
Jordan's King Hussein, facing
the fourth crisis in two months
involving the militant Fedaycen
in his country, accepted the res-
ignations of civilian cabinet
members and named a military
government.
Martial law was declared soon
afterwards and the nation was
divided into areas under the
control of military governors.
But the nation was on the brink
of civil war as the militants
were unified into one force un-
der the command of guerrilla
chieftain Yasser Arafat.
Amman Radio broadcast the
new government's order for all
Fedaycen militiamen to hand in
their arms to their parent or-
ganizationsa move apparent-
ly made in an effort to disarm
"part-time" commandos.
Brig. Mohammed Daoud. who
was appointed Premier by King
Hussein, announced his inten-
tion of implementing the latest
cease-fire agreement. But it was
clear to observers that if his
olive branch was rejected by the
Fedayecn. the new military gov-
ernment would move against
them in a bid to end the conflict
between the government and
the commandos. This step, it is
believed, would plunge Jordan
into civil war.
The new government has or-
ders to enforce the agreements
previously reached with the Fe-
daycen.
CAPACITY AUDIENCE
FOR MEIR TELECAST
The Golda Meir closed-cir-
cuit telecast will be jiroi
before a capacity audienc;
Sunday at the Miami Beach
Auditorium, Milton Weiss,
president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, and
James M. Albert, chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization, report.
The auditorium will open at
7:30 p.m.; the doors will be
closed at 8:10 p.m.
Mrs. Meir, Israel's Prime
Minister, is scheduled to meet
with President Nixon Friday
before proceeding to New
York City, where she will b;
feted bv the leadership of the
major Jewish communiti-.*s of
the United States at a din-
ner Sunday night. Mrs. Men's
address to that gathering wiil
be aired via a closed-circuit
television network to 20 Jew-
ish communities throughout
the country.
rusilem and Tel Aviv.
According to Mr. Shemtov,
testinal diseases including i
era cannot be rooted out of til !
Jerusalem area as lone as th...
Is no sewage treatment plant.
H iid three such plants are
needed: their cost is estln
at about 43 million Israel poui -
Three foreign health expi -
Invited for a week of consulta-
tions on fie cholera outbn
d here Sunday. They 0 *
Dr. Alexander Longmor
of the eoiderniological -
of the U.S. Department
Health, Education and Well
A. Rohan, head of the eplden
oey department of the B
Ministry of Health, and B. Sv* t-
anovic, representing the W
Health Organization in Geneva.
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Friday, Sep-e-i-er. 13. 1373!
Participants ct a conference of Greater Miami
leaders meeting with Ambassador Avraham
Harrr.cn seccnd from right to discuss plans
:o: :he forthcoming mobilization" on behalf
of Israel Bonds were Dr. Joseph Narot. Jack
S. Popick and Dr. Leon Krcnish. Announce-
ment of a record goal for Israel Bonds will
be made at a rally at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium Sunday night, during which Prime
Minister Golca Meir will be featured in a
clcsed-circui' telecast. The rally will be
held under joint sponsorship of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Jewish Leaders Meet With Avraham Harinan
and noted that the missiles could
not have been moved without elab-
orate plans and preparations.
An extraordinary drive in =up-
::ght for -..
cted by Jewish cunv
w h 1 m-T w.ih I
r la asMd-.r to the! ami Jewish Federation. He stressed that the insta
fail A\:aham Harr.jn of n-,v m:s>:ies and th.
.; at the Fontj... Thp r"*hh"' and communal lead- flow of heavy suns and other arm -
I .. adopted a resolution by ac- amrrr- Into -'ie Canal zone Indi-
. H calling upon all syna- cate Nasser's and the Soviet's had
moing ro a m. cem- faith and their preparation for .<.
^: *. educational instrtu- renewed attack on Israel. He call-
' -- bora endowni ind all ed for "a union of the strength of
Jf*_ ganizations to rally to the Israel and the strength of the
. of the West- to meet this
iiahle funds into State *:" attack.
Urael Bonds. The resolution *
pnnted : !'. Mayr Ad-
am .."/
closed circuit telecast from Xcv
. be spor.sored jointly by
the Greriter Miami Israel Bond
Organization and the Greater Mi-
ami J ition.
The rabbis and communal lead-
ers adopted a resolution by ac-
clamation calling upon all -.
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Friday, September 18. 197q
Synagogue Names Richard Siegel As Education Director
Richard D. Siegel has been ap- Broward County, Dr. Myron Rubin,
pointed director, of Education and
Youth Activities of Temple Emanu-
Ei.
ing
RICHARD D. SIEGEL
the Liberal congregation serv-
Fort Lauderdale and North
the synagogue's president has an-
nounced.
Mr. Siegel, a graduate of the
U*Iivrsity of Miami and a scholar-
ship recipient of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, who also attended Hebrew-
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, comes to his new posi-
tion with a wealth of administra-
tive, teaching and youth group
experience.
He has served in various lead-
ing congregations in Miami and
Cincinnati. During the summer of
1970. Mr. Siegel was the Assistant
Program Director for U.A.H.C.
Camp Coleman in Cleveland. Ga..
the Reform Jewish camp which
serves the Southeastern United
States and the Bahamas. In thai
capacity, Mr. Siegel was respon-
sible for the daily educational and
recreational content of the camp
program.
A former research and legislative
aide to Congressman Sam. M. Gib-
bons (D- Fla.l, Mr. Siegel has also
served as a faculty member and
guest lecturer at numerous South-
east Federation of Temple Youth
(S.E.F.T.Y. i conclaves, cahven-l
tions and camp ratseatthBjkweil asj
a United Synagogue Youth (U.S.Y.i )
advisor. He alsj holds member*
ship and of fife in several profes-
sional, civic and social organiza-
tions, including Pi Sigma Alpha,
the National Political Science Hon-
or Society, Young Democrats, and
Tau Kappa Fpsiiua fraternity.
"J<.wish education must, bloii'v
traditional Jewish values and eth-
ics in a challenging and dynamic
approach to" the cBntbnrporary
American life style." Mr. Siege!
says. "The thrust of this appr
toward1 Jewish education and
mitment needs 10 be founded
recent innovative and crea:
lcarnine discoveries. To do U-
to deny rmVaiid future Amen
Jews of their identity and
contribution to he advance
of mankind."
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Subcommittee on Legal and
Monetary Affairs, Congressman
Fascell has made invaluable con-
tributions toward the improve-
ment of Federal crime control
and investigative efforts," said
Association president John Mor-
an. The Association also made i
legal award to U.S. Attorney
General John N. Mitchell, a
judicial award to U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals Judgv- Edward
A. Tuniiii. and an enforcemei.t
award to Jerry W. Wilson. Chief,
of 'he District of Columbia's
Metropolitan Police Department.
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the Association's annual Awards
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1 (8 1/2-ounce) can crushed
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1 2 cup chopped pecans
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1 tablespoon white cooking wine or
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Friday. September lb, Is/u
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Miami Beach Hadassah Groups Meeting
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag will be
installer! as president of the Great-
er Miami Women's Division, Annv-
Mrctinps have been scheduled
I v several jri-oups of the Miami
BeacJ Chapter of Hadassah. They
include:
A brunch installation meeting of
Herri Group in the Algiers Hotel
Monday noon with Mrs. Debbie
W< rnick as installing officer. The
nropram will also include enter-
iainmrnt. Mis. Ben Zcigmund is
president.
Forte Towers Group will hold a
card party lo benefit the Mount
ScopUJ Hospital Tuesday at 12:30
- m jn the card room of the 1200
Building under the chairmanship
II Farm- Pomerantz and Gertrude
Kotfo Rose Portnoy is in charge
i: tiekcts. Pauline Lcsscm is the
group's president.
Memoirs of the Triton Towers
Group arc asked to bring cards to
the first monthly meeting of the
s:easfn;in the Algiers Hotel Tues-
day .al. 12:30 p.m. A snack lunch
will be available.
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A^^sical program by Joyce
Farber"will follow the installation
luncheon of the Hrantlt-in Group at
thfl Fontainebleau Hotel Friday at
11.30 a.'ni. Rose Rnban is president.
Mrs. Sherman Fast, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter, will be I
the guest speaker at the Royal
Ma<<-aiice Group's first meeting of !
the 1970-71 year in the Miami !
Beach Federal, 755 Washington!
Avc. Monday at 7:30 p.m. Pros- ;
pective members as well as mem-
bers are urged to attend. Kefresh-
ments will be served. President of
the group is Mrs. Samuel Haber.
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Treasure House Group will hold
its installation luncheon in the
Barcelona Hctcl Monday noon.
Debbie Wcrnick will be installa-
tion chairman; entertainment will
be provided by Marie Balaban.
contralto. Mrs. Ben Ginsky is the
group's president.
lorber Mystery Night'
Lotber Onapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital is sponsoring a "Mystery
Nigbti- an unusual evening of fun,
>"Od and entertainment Saturday
i pinning at 7:1S p.m. in front of
ayre's in the Central Shopping
1'iaza. Arrangements chairman
Mrs. G>raid Klugrrman will lead
'embers, their mates and guests
to a mystery destination. She is in
I reservations.
Sisterhood Installation
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
of North Dade installed Mrs. RH.
Ix>iderman as its president this
week, with Rabbi Ralph P. Kings-
ley and his wife, Brcnda, partici-
pating in the ceremonies conduct-
ed by Mrs. Morton Abram of
Hollywood's Temple Beth-Kl. The
reception which followed in the
social hall was sponsored by the
Sisterhood under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Leonard B. Albert. Mrs.
ix;idcrman received the symbol of
office from Mrs. Maurice Toback,
who served as president 1968-70.
Lincoln Chapter Meets
Lincoln Chapter 1288, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its regu-
lar meeting in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
Clubroom at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
The meeting will be preceded by
refreshments, and time allowed for
renewing acquaintances, greeting
old friends and extending New-
Year wishes
MRS. TRUDY HAMtKSCHLAG
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Thursday, Sept. 24, at a
luncheon in the Eden Roc Hotel.
Installing officer will be Dr. Leon
Kronish. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kronish is the luncheon chair-
man.
Mrs. Hamerschlag was one of
the founding officers of the Ameri-
can Friend's Women's Division and
has served as the chairman of the
board and the vice president for
Society of the Book. A national
officer of the Hebrew University
women's division. Mrs. Hamer-
sehla? has also served as a na-
j tional officer of the American
: Technion Society women's division.
! She is an officer of the Jewish
' Home for the Aged women's Auxi-
; liary and the American Jewish
Congress as well as a board mem-
her of the Sisterhood of Tempk
Beth Sholom and a member of
the campaign cabinet of Wom-
en's Division of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Active In every aspect of com-
munity and civic work. Trudy
Hamerschlag h:is given her efforts
to Communty Chest and to other
civic groups as well as Israel-oii-
enter philanthropy. She was nam Woman of Valor for State of Is-
rael Bonds and has received many
honors for her dedicated work.
Mrs. Hamerschlag brings to her
presidency a knowledge of brad
and the Hebrew University gained
through first-hand experience in
many visits to Israel.
Rabbi Kronish. a member of th:>
international Board of Governors
of the Hebrew University, recipient
of the Torch of Learning Award
and nominee for an honorary doc-
torate to be presented by the He-
brew University, attended meetings
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations on the campus of
the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem last spring. Ronald and Amy
Kronish, son and daughter-in-law
of Rabbi Kronish. are living on th"
Kiryat Yovel dormitory campus
of the University while attending
classes in conjunction with Ron-
ald's rabbinical studies and Amy's
graduate work in the Humanities.
Officers xo be installed at the
luncheon include the president's
cabinet, the Mesdamcs Charles
Charcowsky. LUlian Goodman.
Leon Kronish, Anna Brenner Mey-
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Shaare Zedek Volunteer Plans A Nursing Career
d from hi
and went to I-r&el the mxt|
- a >umT.(.
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he returned 10
i the
Book Review For
Pioneer Women
Cora! G r of Honer
' the season's
rtiviti i ;'h a luncheon nr.''.
I n the nome of Mrs.
' i ooi under
i Mrs. Pauline
!- .
Si .1 re-
r en-
i n" in
a numboi of present-day
I
a gradual
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Litcratun sti 'or at
Miami-Da : J ... gi an'i is
Dad '' unity's
: am. She is con-
well qualified to n
the ir. cond ict an inten st-
i and stimulating discussion.
Mrs. Moses Meyer, acting chair-
man of the group, will welcome
ssemben and guests to thin first
event of the season.
t the
Will return i [sra I? Lc-
Bienenfeld smiles. All sarr.-
people have beei .:-
r that question. It is i
too -on to know. sh> ex|
hut perhaps. .
ighter of Mr. anii Mn
I -:- 2849
Ave., Miami Beach. I>: ire -
of the Hebrew Ai ad? ny
Q mi. She spent th.'
summer of V*u* in Israel as a to ir-
-)d wanted to com-' r.H'-K ;>
Th: Nigh the eno i
'A her lot g-thn 'friend
Shaare Zedek. and b
u to be a nurse. Leu re eh n
Zedek summer volun-
-A found the job exhausting
l srding. 11 is so sad." She l) -
"to see childrenany child
confined to a hospital Children
should always be healthy an'i
inq the peopleand exneriei
first-hand what life us ;
deckle for thcmsel'. i
aouIU meat: :ur them .and .jr
Israel
a ur, ram which enaKei ^ Amoricfln Fn>; ,^ ,.
to spend a sun ... Zedek Hospital in
!n Israel w ,: ca- sa'em maintains its local
. touring the land and mec:- 03 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
it
Bu> some were not. and Lftiii1?
tried to alleviate the yomsjsl v.-'
ifort. "I fed and washed the
Children ami played games with
them. Sometimes a child cried
when th'- parents ended their visit
and I tried to comfort him. It's not
easy and I was vary tired it the
end of the day. But i; fills my
heart to make a child smile."
To make a child am
there be .. reward in any
job? Lenore thinks not. I .. II
really anxious to begin nursing
h--r vch school M I can learn to
Wo met co Theatres

"The
people
next
door"
aff
ELI WALLACH
JULIE HARRIS
astOt* so*- ( B t**oec Clrta
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turning I i IsraeL
It was excellent experience for
hospital," I.
n i I am more anxiou- to
: school after my
'break id al Shaare 7.-
Th<- Shaase Z-dk summer vol-
:m is designed to
give young people from all wet
h>' world the opportunisy to live
and work in Jerusalem. Flooded
wah applications from many coun-
tries, the hospital chooses its sum-
mer volunteers on a first-oonv-
Brst-nerwed basis according to
qualifies liens.
"We have to turn applicm's
away," says Mrs. Judith Kirschi-
haum. the coordinator of the pro-
gram, "we have so many young
vI:o want to come to Sha ire
Zedek to work.'
The volunteers receive no pay
but an provided-with three meals
a day. They work in various de-
partments to help relieve the pres-
sure on the nurses and staff. Le-
nore worked with the children
hospitalized for various ailmcntoj
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i return to Israel with ,i skill
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Lenore has form -d i dt ep ;, I
ment to Shaare Zedek. "It in
incredible place!" she exclaims.
'The building is 70 years old. it
is oser-crowded to the saturation
poinl yet the most modern medi-
cal equipment and a highly trained
staff provide the best that con-
temporarv medical .science has to
offer! '
Lenore has learned great deal
about the nursing profession and
what can he accomplished by dedi-
cated people determined to do their
best work r.o matter what the
physical conditions. "Just think,"
she says excitedly, "what will oe
i>ossible when the new medical
center is completed!"
As enthusiastic
summer volunteer.
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Lenore thanks
Lenore Bienenield, left, who has spent the summer as a
volunteer worker at Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem,
is shown with one of the young patients she helped care
for.
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I Marshall Feuercelebrat-
I .i-edding anniver-
y by inviting m ire than 100 of
- them ai Flag-
Kennel Club They took aver j
m and enjoyed
: and the races.
i simmon col >r-
ump-suit with long
. which were deeply
: I The neckline was in ;>
ihed V in"1 '< w"kte jeweled cum-
.:. encircled her waist.
Pants seemed to be the order of
1 jay, with a few dresses of vary-.
K hi mli ngths In evidence. Mrs.
s whit silk crepe p
is trimmed in a deep
I i Mra Gus Feuer ware a mint
and white jacket-dress. Mrs.
,-d Davidson topped her pi nts
ensemble with a max! coat her
fabric was an emerald green and
,., i;:. i Mrs Bill Parker pi lyed
She wore a mini-skirl
i tunic over matching pants.
I ishel top was
stcevcl and had a very
which hi I in all-out-back-1
I
Mrs. Joe Sol >mon's ribbed silk
M lVas brilliant Goya
t Fred I | ,sm tly tailored dou-
nrrastcd navy jacket. Mrs. Ron-
, h -r black md
i it with a long-
I use. Mrs. Ed
Ifioh. :i. nts was in a!
Id woven tao-
.
Byron ( icrkas made her
ited gold dres*
i imported fabric, 11
kline, long full
sleeves, and not enough hem to
Ihc longuette length: Mrs.
II i s ibi I's navy silk pants en-
, jeweled neck-
ji.. : qued scroll
trim. Mrs. Joe Reisman eh
black and white zebra-print dres3.
\ si eveless shocking pink jum -
suit was seen on Mrs. Lewi- Sll
berman.
Mrs. Mar-hall Hani- selected a
with a geometric print cotn-
bining burgundy, black, ami char-
coal on white. Mrs. Melvin Levin-
son tucked a brightly printed silk
scarf In the low scooped neckline
of her pants ensemble. Mrs. Mac
Merniell's pant* outfit combined
powder blue and muted "old in a
geometric woven knit. Mrs. Alan
Michaelson was a picture of Op-
Art in her black jump-suit. A wide
band of red vinyl encircled the
waist with a large center cut-out
simulating a buckle. The neckline
was bitm but slit down the center
to a decollete plunge.
League Luncheon On Friday
Tropical Cancer league of the
Mn rlcan Medical Center at Den-
ver is holding its first luncheon
meeting of the 1970-71 series at
noon Friday in the Dcauvillc Ho-
tel its president, Mrs. Irving RU-
i instein, has announced. A "social
togetherness' program will follow
the business portion of the meet-
ng, Mrs. Meyer White is in charge
i reservations.
New Films Opening Here
Friday oi>enings include "The
People Next Door" at the Canb.
Miracle. 163rdStreet and Mayfair;
"El Condor" at the Miami. Surf.
Essex, Coral Way. 27th Avenue
and North Dade Drive-ins, and (
Joe" at the Twin I and Carlyle, I
The Professionals" and "In Cold i
Blood" at the Twin I. Byron and |
Parkway; "Z" at the Palm Springs
and "Funny Girl" at the Nor-
mandy.
TEMPLE OR OLOM
8755 S.W. 16th STREET
Ralph Z. Glixman, Rabbi
Daily Minyon
Mom- >() and evening
Stanley H. Eder, President
Nursery, Hebrew and Sunday
School, Transportation Available
hOW ACCEPTING HIGH HOLIDAY RESERVATIONS
Abraham Fogel, Cantor
For information call Temple Office 221-9131
Succoth in Nassau
October 14-25. Under supervision of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. From
$365 per person, double occupancy, plus air fare.
Details from your travel agent, or .
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Travel Agents-Advised To Boycott Arabs
NEW YORK (JTAi The
Amprjcan Society of Travel
- (ASTAi has advised its
3.000 member agents in the
United States and Canada to
cease arranging for travel to
any Arab country that harbors
or sympathizes with hijackers,
ii In. been disclosed.
A telegram has been sent by
ast.\ president Charles B. West
to the governments of Lebanon,
E :ypl. Tunisia, Jordan, Iraq,
Algi rl i and Syria demanding
thai they declare themseh -
"opposed to the unconsgi >n
hijacking of international air
travellers and take whati
si p. are ne ICSsarj to h i It
these acts of air piracy." M .
West, whose organization is the
world's largest travel aaso
tlon, arned, "If necessary as-
surances a not received from
your government this week > :
behalf of our 9.700 world-wid i
members, international ti
ler<< :"iii the entire travel in i 13.
try, additional severe steps II
be reoommende l i<> ASTA n
her agents that can effi eth /
divert Interns 11 >na I tourism
1 n ei Arab count) ie with
quent economic hardships in 1
cultural losses to that part of
the world."
ITS A FACT In the past 11
months more thnn 2.000 Ame n
'.' participated In flights to Is-
rael under UJA auspices to ob-
serve conditions in that country.
The American
Zionist Federation
invites the Greater Miami Jewry
to an open meeting
on Tuesday evening, Sept. 22nd at 8 p.m.
at the Algiers Hotel
25th Street and Collins Avenue
RABBI HCRSCHEL SCHACHTER
RABBI SOL LANDAU, President of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will begin with
a prayer.
Guest Speaker, RABBI HERSCHEL SCHACHTER, widely-known dynamic lecturer en International
Jewish problems, and Chairman of the American Conference on Soviet Jewry, will speak on
the aims and tasks of the new American Zionist Federation.
LECTURE WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A MUSICAL PROGRAM. ADMISSION FREE.
Drive carefully Schools open.
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THAT'S PKTKK!
Such a glow of love came over Helen Sobel'a
face when the door hell chimed. She swung her
long yellow hair and stopped In the middle of
opening her gifts. Yep, it was Peter Kaplan come
to his fiancee's luncheon shower at the home of
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. The party, a kitchen ghow-
m is hosted by Sylvia Lefcourt and Dotty
i Mrs. Leon) Kaplan. The huge bowl of Bloody
Marys didn't distract the guest from "oo-ing" and
"ah-lng" over the decorations. "Snoopy" receipcs
were taped on every straight surface. Imagine -
there was not one duplicate! One said, "A bowl
of marshmallows makes a lousy supper." 1970
brides make good use of the words "Wow," and
Neat." Everything was "Wow" and "Neat."
There were poems on the presents, too really
adorable.
It took three tables to seat all of the guests
The center-pieces were flat-woven baskets filled
with fresh vegetables with cute dangles of minia-
ture kitchen equipment on the handles. But
what made the room so different and attractive
were the place-card arrangements. On every chair
was an adorable organdy apron with the guest's
name pinned to it. Everyone put on their aprons
but made sure that their napkin covered it 10
that nothing was spilled on it. Dessert was a
gorgeous whipped cream cake with SHOWERS
OF HAPPINESS lettered on top and real fancy
wedding bells. The hostesses, with fingers crossed,
claimed the cake was "lo-eal."
The mamas were Mrs. Paul Sobel and Mrs.
Seymour Kaplan, grandma was Mrs. Philip Wetn-
stein. Other guests included Mrs. Ben Singer, Mrs
William Groner, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Aaron
Farr. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Richard
Brickman, Mrs. Edwin Ginsburg, Mrs. Phil Fried-
man. Mrs. Jeffrey Lefcourt, Mrs. Barry Haiman,
Mrs. Moe Feingold, Holly Levitch, Mrs. Mel Hecht,
Mi's. Steve Block, Mrs. Max Shapiro and Mrs.
Morris Rosenberg.
YOUNG CHILDREN, YOUNG PARENTS
Only Marilyn Smith and her husband would
lake a trip like this one: they were gone a
month with their three children Lou Ann, Joey
aces
and David. The trip was geared to the children
they flew from place to place and rented cars.
They covered all of the Southwest including
New Orleans. La.. Disneyland, the Grand Canyon
and all of the national narks. They learned
everything about everything including the flora
and fauna: every Ranger tells it the same way,
in the same drawling voice.
The kids were most impressed with Las
Vegas. They had front-row seats for the N incy
Sinatra show. David's eyes nearly popped out of
his head. After the show Miss Sinatra came to
th<"ir table and said she simply had to meet the
adorable little boy who was watching her. After
she left Joey said admiringly, "My. that w, s
something great, for Nancy Sinatra to some
over to meet you." With tears in his eyes David
said. "I was never so humiliated in my life, she
made such a fuss.' When he gets a little older
he won't feel that way, I bet.
ANOTHER COUPLE WENT AWAY
The Michigan Avenue GreenbergsSally and
Joeleft for Island Park, N.Y., to spend the
holidays with their daughters, Corinne and
Lenore, and their families. Lenore is taking a
little vacation form her job as president of
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood.
ANOTHER OPENING AT WESTVEEW
On Sunday West view opened the recreation
room, which is equipped with lockers and show-
ers for the younger set, up to age 16. There was ;
a grand opening with a barbeque at noon. The
count was 94 kidsbut some didn't stay in one
place long enough to be counted. That night
there was the regular dinner for the grownups.
Among those enjoying the evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Irving E. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Porter. Mr. and
Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Dr. and Mrs. Marshall
Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Hap Levy. Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Click and Mr. and Mrs. Max Cogen. The
following night another dinner was held- in
honor of Labjr Day. It was crowded again as
usual.
Sara Leviten To Mart*
Alvin D. Wilen In Z97J
Mr. and Mrs. Sam K I
1799 SW 18th St.. annoir
ingagement of their da
Sara, to Alvin Doutrlas \Y
son of William Wilen,
203rd St.. and Mrs. Selma
| man of Flushing. N.Y.
Tne bride-elect graduali
Coral Gables Senior High -
and Miami-Dade Junior I
North and attended the In:
cf Cincinnati. Both she a:
fiance, who also graduated fro
Miami-Dade Junior College \0ii
are presently enrolled at Florida
Atlantic University. They ;
June, 1972 wedding.
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Temple Zion Sisterhood
Resuming Its Activities
When Temple Zion Sisterhood
holds its first meeting at 8:15 p.m
Tuesday in the social hall, the
guest speaker will be Dr. Earl
Rich. Professor of Zoology at the
University of Miami. Dr. Rich,
who received his Doctorate de-
gree from the University of Chi-
cago and has been at the Univer-
sity of Miami for the past 13
years, will speak on "Rational Use
of Environment."
The Sisterhood has resumed its
SUmnasties classes Wednesdays
from 9:15 to 1C:15 a.m. at the
temple under the direction of Joan
Brazer.
PATRICIA ABEL
Patricia Abel Engaged
To Wed Robert Ben aim
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Abel. 740
Cremona Ave., Coral Gables,
announced the engagement of
their daughter. Patricia Susan, to
Robert Isaac Benaim. the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Benaim. 7340
SW 56th St., at a party hosted in
honor of the couple Sept. 12.
The bride-elect graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School,
Miami-Dade Junior College South
and the University of South Flor-
ida. Her fiance, who is presently
enrolled at the University of Mi-
ami, graduated from Southwest
Miami Senior High School and
Miami-Dade Junior College, South.
The wedding will be performed
by Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
Sisterhood Meets Tuesday
a program of great Interest, en-
titled "Heed Ye The Sound of the
Sholar" will be presented by the
members of the Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center at the first meet-
ing of the season in the temple's
social hall at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs.
Avrom Drazin is program chair-
man; Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg is
president. Wednesday, the group
vill hold its first luncheon in the
social hall under the chairmanship
cf Mrs. Philip Richman. Mrs. Louis
Sonsky, ticket chairman, is in
charge of reservations.
Abstract Art Workshop
Offered At Beth David
The Fine Arts of Beth David
will offer a workshop in absl
painting at 8 p.m. Wednes i .
Beth David South, 7500 SW U
St.. under the direction of Arleen
Florence, the outstanding youtii
artist whose highly original works
were featured in the Model Roon
of Burdine's, in Dadeland.
There will be a nominal f
the materials f acrylics > to be use I
Since there is. of necessity, a lim-
ited enrollment, preregistration a
mandatory. Further information is
availa Ae from the synagogue Cre-
ations will be the property of eya
participant
Dessert-Card Party Set
H irmony Chapter 1016, B'l
B'rith Women, has scheduled a
dessert-card party in the Four
Freedoms Penthouse at 7:30 p.rr
Sunday. The first regular meeting
of the season will be held in th-
Hospitality Room of the Chas
Federal on Arthur Godfrey Road
ft 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Jack
Cohen is program chairman; Mrs
Karvev Michaelson. president
LEO HOHAUSER
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Friday. September IB. 1970
* Jen 1st mridli&nn
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Woman Of Valor Award
Goes To Mrs. Wernick
Mr pebbie Wernltek, past pres-
.,,-,, Miami Beach Chapter
: Hadasah and a leader on behalf
Natalie L. Perlman Becomes the Bride Of Jeffrey Tanen
of many other civic and philan-
thropic causes, has been named for
the Woman of Valor Award, the
highest award the State of Israel
can bestow upon a woman.
Mrs. Weroisk will be honored
it th.' L97fi Hadassah Bond-with-
brael Luncheon. Thursday, Oct.
i. in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Zelda
Thau, last year's Bond-with-Is-
i i 1 Hororee, will be chairman of
the luncheon. Mrs. Sherman Fast
is current president of the orga-
nization.
Announcement of the citation
Was made Wednesday at a Pre-Vue
'Coff-_e and Sweet' attended by the
presidents and other officers of
the 25 groups of the more than
6,000-m ter of Hadassah. which annually
. sponsors the event on behalf of
* Israel Bonds.1 "
Mrs. Wernick, widow of the
late Rabbi Henry B. Wernick, has
hold many positions of leadership
in .the local, regional and national
, levels of the Hadassah organiza-
tion. Organizer of the first Hi-
Rise eroup of Hadassah in th;
country, she is past pros^am vice
| chairman of the Mid-West Region
: of Hadassah and has served as
secretary of the Seaboard Region
if the u:-ganization. She organized
the Southgate Group of Hadassah
md served as its first president.
Among the leadership roles
-\hicli Mis. Wernick has held are
program chairman and leadership
training chairman of the Florida
region <:' Hadassah; president
Southeast Branch of the National
Women'- LeagueUnited Syna-
: zue o! America; recording sec-
retary. Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami: member of
the cabinet of the Women's Divi-
sion, Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and a leader of the Wom-
en's Division of the Israel Bond
Organization.
A member of the Speaker's Bur-
eau of Hadassah. Mrs. Wernick is
a popular speaker for the orga-
nization throughout the country.
She has served all the groups of
the Miami Beach Chapter for the
past 16 years as speaker, book re-
viewer and installing officer, and
has given courses in leadership
training.
In preparation for the luncheon,
which if. annually the largest
gathering of Hadassah women in
'he United States, a series of
planning sessions in the form
of "coffees" have been scheduled
by the 25 groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter. These include:
The Sophie Tucker Group, meet-
ing Sunday at 10 a.m. in the
Coastal Towers. The group is head-
fid by .lean Feinberg, Doris Kim-
hall and Ruth Leftoff.
Meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24. ^
at 10:00 a.m. in the Fontainebleau
Hotel will be the Bay Ha: Dor
Group, Emma Margolis, president;
the Louis D. Brandeis Group. Rose,
Ruban. president; the Herzl Group,;
Rose Zeigmund, president; the Is-
raeli Group, Esther Meyer, presi-
dent; the Golda Meir Group, Mrs.
Harry Bernstock, president; the
Kadimah Group, Leona Meiscl,
president; the Shaloma Group,
Edith Shaniro, president: the Hen-
rietta Szold Group, Florence Green-
berg, president.
The Eddie Cantor G-oup will
also be meeting at 10:00 ajn.
Thursday, Sept. 24 in the Seacoast
Towers North Rendezvous Room.
Shirley Green is president.
On Friday, Sept. 25, the follow-
ing groups will meet at 10 a.m. in
the Fontainebleau Hotel: Esther
Group. Ray Feinstein. president;
Emma Lazarus Group. Hilda Co-
vit, president: Lincoln Group. Anne
Levy, president; Renanah Group
lean Temkin, president; Royal
Maccabees Group, Mollie Hi'oer.
president: Hanna Senesch Group
Grace Kunis, president: Treasure
House Group, Goldic Kinsky. pres-
ident; Triton Towers Gro-n, Fian-
ces Lauders, presidnt: Stenhen S.
Wise Group, Gert Sosna and MiU>
Mintus. oresidents: Southgate
Group. Tillie Schwartz, president.
Meeting Sunday. Sent. 27. at
10 a.m. in the Morton Towers Cof-
fee Shon will be: Forte Towers
Grouo. Pauline Lessem. president:
I. R. Goodman Group. Lillian Chab-
ner. president: Morton TVwwers
Group. Tohv Schachter. president:
Plaza 800 Group. Rose Kopel, pres-
ident.
Natalie Louise Perlman became
Ifffrey Stephen Tanen's bride at
:he Diplomat Country Club Sun-
lay, s,pt. i3. The c remony was
conducted by Rabbi David Rosen-
leld under a canopy of yellow
: lowers.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Officials Refuse To
Confirm Post Report
WASHINGTON i JTA i Neither
the State Department nor the
Pentagon would confirm reports
that the United States has agreed
to sell Israel IS more supersonic
F-4 Phantom fighter-bombers. The
Pentagon referred ouenes to the
State Department: the latter had
no comment.
The report, published in the
Washington Post, and attributed
to "well informed sources." ->aid
that deliveries at the rate of four
to five aircraft a month are ex-
pected to start this month and con-
tinue through December. Accord-
ing to the Post, the agreement wms
reached during discussions at the
State Department and the Depart-
ment of Defense last week.
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JWVA Holds Council
Of Administration
Members from the entire state
of Florida will be present when
the Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A. holds its second
Council of Administration meeting
at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in Unified
Hall. 2300 NE 171st St., North
Miami Beach.
Department president Mrs. Jus-
tine Abramowitz. who will preside,
will also report on the 43rd na-
tional Auxiliary convention, which
she attended recently in Atlanta,
Ga.
A welcome will be extended to
the newest Auxiliarythe state's
17th, recently organized in West
Palm Beach. Mrs. Irene Slomovitz
is acting pro-tern president of the
West Palm Beach 408 Auxiliary,
until its regular officers are in-
stalled. Both the Department's or-
ganizer, Mrs. Max Kern, and its
president, Mrs. Abramowitz, were
present at the formation of the
new group, which is comprised of
a group of young women vitally
interested in the work of the or-
ganization.
Irving Perlman. 511 SW 39th Ct.,
he new Mrs. Tanen, a junior at
the University of Florida, selected
her parents' 32nd wedding anni-
versary as the date for her wed-
ding. Her dress was an original by
New York designer Ethel Shanley.
Both the dross, of organza over
neau de soie. fashioned with a
high-necked bodice, bishop sleeves
and an A-line skirt, and its train
were appliqued with Alencon lace.
Her tulle veil was held by a head-
piece of orange blossoms and lace.
The bridal procession included
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Nathan Tanen of Kau Gallic, who i
escorted their son down the aisle; I
his uncle, Melvin Tanen, who was j
escorting Mrs. Rose Greenstein,
his paternal grandmother, and his
maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Klein.
Mrs. Stuart Perlman. the bride's
sister-in-law, served as her matron .
of honor; the bridesmaids were
Sharon Marks, Celia Osmon and
Jerri Tanen. Harry Tanen was his
brother's best man. and Stuart
Perlman, Joel Tanen and Tony
Center ushered.
Among the guests were several
of the couple's aunts and uncles,
including Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
ak. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zak, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Perlman. Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Tanen, Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Wiseman. Mrs. Rhea Gold-
stein, Maj. Alan Klein and Harry
C'ogan.
After honevrnoonin" in Curoi' a >
J
MRS. JEFFREY TANEN
and Caneel Bay, Virgin Islands,
Mr. and Mrs. Tanen will return to
Gainesville, where Mr. Tanen is a
student in the University of Flor-
ida Law School.
Discussing new plana and programs for Beth Sholom's
Religious School with the temple's new Director of Educa-
tion, Maury Schwartz, (shown at head of table) are Dr. Leon
Kronish. Beth Sholom's spiritual leader; Eli Katzin, temple
president; Dr. Solomon Lichter and Mrs. David Miller, co-
chairman of the temple's Board of Education.
Ladies Service Telecart
Myra Grossman, '.ospital chair-
man, Ruthanne Lever, Louise Le-
vine and Jean Meisner, members
of the Ladies Auxiliary of Hialeah-
Miami Springs Post 681, Jewish
War Veterans, will service the
Telecart at Veterans Hospital on
Sunday. Volunteers Gert Beck,
Sadye Lebowitz, Louise Levine,
Sheila Soskel, Myra Grossman,
Milton Azrikan and Sy Soskel,
Commander, will host a Saturday,
Sept. 26 ward party there. Amoni;
the Auxiliary's fund-raising proj-
ectsproceeds from which go to
help defray expenses at the Vet-
t rans' Hospitalis the sale of Wo-
metco Theatre ticket booksa $6
value for $3, available through.
Sydel Levitch.
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Friday, September 18, 1370
At a recent Greater Miami Jewish Federat-
ion Women's Division Leadership Seminar,
a panel of community experts outlined the
ways in which board members could do
heir jobs more efficiently. Shown with Mrs.
Burton R. Levey, president of the Women's
Division (second from right) are Hairy B.
Smith, (left) Federation treasurer; Mrs. Ger-
trude Krause of the University of Miami
Human Relations Department, and John 3.
Glaser. (right) director of United Fund's
Community Services.
Peacock Gallery To Start 2nd Year With Israeli Art Exhibit
Hie Peacock Gallery of Tempi"
S lai '>f North Hade "ill start it*
- onrt year with an art show. The
hibil will open olficiully Friday
i ..hi. Sept. 25, coinciding with the
lebn tion of S?lichot weekend,
] .bhi Ralph P. ECJngsley has an*
mo A
Included in a special Israeli Ex-
J :i to be featured for the first
i weeks will be thj works of
CARIH Chapter Installs
PesMdn Chapter of Children's
t limn Research Institute and
j spital will hold its installation
! cheon at 11 :.",0 a.m. Tuesday in
1 n Arlcn House. 300 Bay View
J .. Miami Beach, with Mrs. Mur-
. j Harrison as installing ofl
>. Harold Dunsky and "i
', eodori Kanov an in charge of
er\ it ions.
the meat Sandu LilK-rman. N'essin .
Engle, l.uney, and many other re-
nowned ai'Uata who are living .n'
Israel, or whose subject matt >r
was inspired by that part of the
world.
Two pieces of art have been ac-
quired through the efforts of its
Fine Arts Committee. These works
will be Officially presented SalUl'-
il iv night, Sept. 26, during a
social evening preceding Selichol
services. One is a tine painting by
Hy Mallinger; th;' other is -m ises,"
a major piece of sculpture by Jim
Lewk.
The Peacock Gallery is located
at Temple Sinai of North Dade,
1VS01 NE 22nd Ave.. North Miami;
Beach. Exhibit boms are Mon-
day through Friday from 9 a.m. i
to 5 p.m., the second and fourth
Sunday of each month from 9 a.in
to noon, and evenings by appoint-
ment. Evelyn Feldman Zirn is Fin"
Arts chairman.
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The Italian-nag M/S Altair,
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Libbie Cohen Reports
Libhie Cohen, president ol North
Sl'uiv Ladies Auxiliary ti77, .1 W-
ish War Veterans, reported on the
13rd national convention of the or-
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I wo ladies who have been leaders
in the Auxiliary, Evelyn LeVlne
and Daisee B. Haberman, were
elected to national posts, she re-
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regular business meeting in the
Washington Federal at 1133 Nor-
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Friday. September 18. 1970
ADL Chairman Calls
For Strong Reaction
UHBgpfJOtJ Ifff 4*9f^
Page 113

The chairman of the Florida,
na| Board of the Anti-Dcf-|
Bmation League of B'nai B'rith has I
called iipo" ,hc Greater Miami
:,,, of Commerce and Na-
Mrlinos, which has its head-,
quarters in Miami, for strong i>u!>-
m-imii to Arab terrorist iii-
nckins of commercial pianos.
\\ .. Alper, chairman of ill
Anti-Defamation League's Region-
,1 Board, said tlial the business
cnmmiinitj In Miami shotjlr" hi.-.
. ... i concern over the hijack-
from the obvious moi al
itions. "The airlines ami
the c i n nercial sector of our e n-
munilj are hoping for Miami to i
the air gateway to Eu--
I Alper. "but thcro will
r people passing thrOUjh
this Gateway if there is no as-
c that fhe gate won't lead
. (| istcr in tin- air or a deserl
,.i controlled by Arab terror-
ists."
\i called upon I.. B. Maytu ',
>ivs nl ol National Airlines and i
Frank Callahan, President of)
the Greater Miami Chamber of
I'ommerce, to support the follow-,
hi: four-point program!
L'rae all American airlines that]
fly into Arab countries hostitisf
A ii hijackers to stop their
t hts to and from those place-
Immediately and not to rcvinv
them until those Arab conn-'
i -. take appropriate si >pj
against the culprits. Including
compelling the release of th#]
remaining pasansjtvs and crewal
l> ing held hostage, as we" a*
punishing the criminals. Urge-
also th:it the American Govv
ernment refuse to permit lite;
national airlines of such host
countries landing privileges in!
the IT.S.
Ask American airlines servi<*iiic|
these Arab countries to refuse
further flights until all of the
hostages are freed and apnro-]
priate steps are taken against
"% '"or^ihlp torroris's.
Ask the American and Inter-
nationa] Federations of Airline
Pilots Associations to adnot a
resolution prohibiting their
members from flying any air-
plane Into Arab Count lies un-
til their governments make ev-
ery effort to free hostages and
to punish the culprits.
Ask the International Air Trans-
port Association to resolve thai
no airline will serve any Aro
host country until all the bo-
tages are freed and the crimi-
r-' nrc apprehended for thcii
crimes.
The ai>1 chairman also urged
as an Immediate stop that airline
Pilots flying planes into Arab coun-
tries refuse to fly these routes ui:
til th-> hostages are released am
the te--orists are brought to iu
tice. Alper said, "Air piracy can-
..... ue .ii'i ii and innocent lives
wi'l continue to ha In danger a*
long as effective sanctions against
\ -.: i lerrorisl hijackings are u it
taken."
Round Town
Councilman and Mrs. Norman
tinii-nt and Judge and .Mrs.-
SlK ruin Slant or will visit Lon-
don. Tormelinos. Spain. Rome
and Tansriers enroute to Israel.
where they will be the guests of
Normans brother, l>r. Itfotvin
< burnt. Professor of Mathe-
matics at the Hebrew Univer-
sity, and Mrs. < iimnt.
There were two winners In the
-e-n-d annual kilo flying con-
test at Khun Bay Yacht and
Country Club. Best in the 12-
\ ear-old division was-Alan Tresi-
tw, son of .Mr. arid Mrs, Kenneth
Tresiter. 3660 Battorsoa Rd. Co-
conut Grove. In the six-year-old
group -lilt flings was number one.
She's the daughter of Mr. incl
Mrs. MelVhi (;> St., Coral Gables.
Fifth District Constable Mur-
ray Meyerson, and Dado County
Slate Attorney Richard Gentetn
have received the "'Man of the
Year" award from Voiers Inc.,
a statewide. noii-pa"t sian politi-
cal nrgaiii/ -ition. Itrp. Claude
i*i |ti-r presented the two wilh
plaques in H ceremony at Lie
Carillon Hotel last we ikend.
Meyerson had been named "M in
of the Year" in 1968 and 19S9
by ihe Miami Beach Democratic
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A benefit card parly at the North Miami
home oi Mrs. George Fe'.denkrais resulted
in a SI,000 windfall lor Variety Children's
Hospital when members of the Cuban He-
brew Congregation of Miami pooled their
winning-, and turned over a check to Dr.
Richard Adler, its medical director. Froir-
left are Mrs. Salomon Terner. vice presideni
Mrs. Isaac Egozi, secretary; Mrs. Leopol'
Zacroisky, treasurer, Mrs. Charles Dascal
president: and Mis. Feldenkrais. their hos1
ess.
Suburban League
Benefit Luncheon
Scheduled Oct. 19
The Playbov Pla a will be the
letting for this year's big Oct. 19
luncheon sponsored by Suburban
League women for the benefit of
Variety Children's Hospital, Mrs.
Morris Levitt, president, has an-
nounced. "All proceeds will go to
'be hospital's cancel clinic." Mrs.
Levitt reported.
Mrs. Robert Segal and .Mrs. Paul
Ruttenberg will serve as cochalr-
roen of the jrala event in the
hotel's Italian Gardens. Mis. Levitt
dlsdOBOd. Heads of the various
committees will include Mrs. Jay
Mitchell, special trills: Mrs. Larry
Mizraeh, reservations; Mrs. Allan
B 11< and Mrs. Harold KaBSewttZ,
!-or prises; Mrs. Martin Gallant
mil Mrs. Dennis Bookshester.
favors.
Mrs. James St< ig is in charge of
publicity: the decoration unit In-
cludes the Mesdames Gary Selig-
inan. Alan Sobcl. Harvey Stein,
Donald Klein. Michael Rosenthal,
Bernard Pestcoc, Richard Masing-
lon. Samuel Smith. Ah in Rosen
and Lawrence Marks,
Suburban L< ague members pro-
Iiici dmore than $20,(XX) for the
eare of cancer patients at Variety
children's Hosnltal last year.
Emaiiu-EI PTA Begins New
Season With Fashion Show
The Parent-Teachers Association
of Temple Kmanu-LI will hold itf
opening event Wednesday, at 10:31
a.m. Mrs. Louis Magid, has a.
nounccd.
The membership brunch and
fashion show w ill be held in ths
homo of Mrs. Herbert Buchwald
Modeling the latest fashions In
minis, midis, and maxis from
Sandi K. will ue r.Irs. Harold J
Brooks, Mrs. Ronald L. Fine. Mrs.
Barton S. Goldberg, Mrs. TV,'
Hollo. Mrs. Lester MishCOn, Mrs
Russell Paul. Mrs. Neil Rott. ant
Mrs. Richard Schwarz. NarratOl
is Mrs. Gene Brodie; Mrs. Murray
Goodman is chairman of the day
Reservations are now being BC
cepted from the P.T.A. member
and their guests.
Due to the increased enrollm"n'
in the Nursery-Kindergarten Do
partment of Temple Emanu-El, :
fifth class has been added for 1 i<
5 year olds, Mrs. Naomi B. Bran
deis, supervisor, has announced.
The pro-school derailment, af
filiated With Tr>: Lehrman Day
Schoe1, ^eists of six half-day
Nursery classes, one half-day anc1
two full-day Kindergarten classes
in iioth ihc 17th .Street schou
building and the North Branch
School at TL'7 77th St
"The aim of the pro-school
artment," Dr. Irving Lehrm
spiritual leader of the Temple, i
ilaine.i. "is to provide group
lerience opportunities for the
al personality development of t
hild.' The school is staffed
highly qualified, experienced,
ledicated teachers in Early Clii
hood who are selected on the bn
of their backgrounds of secu
md religious training. The ent
ichool program is under the
cction of Mr. Myer Silvern
ind Rabbi Gilbert Kollin. Jm
Frederick N. Barad is chairman
i ho Board ol Education.
Classes began on Aug. 31,
registrations are still being ace
d for Nursery-KindergarU n i
'.'irtmont and several grades
The Lehrman Day School, it -.
mnounccd. Further Informal
nay be obtained at the s rho
if.fice.
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*Jewlst> rtcridiair
Friday, September 18, 197Q
NEIL I.IM.M.KK
Neil, the son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Artie Einleger. North Miami Beach,
observed his Bar Mitzvah at Beih
T o r a h Congregation Saturday
morning, Sept. 5. A luncheon at
the home of the celebrant followed.
Neil is an eighth grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and plans to continue his
Hebrew education at the Harold
Wolk Religious School.
Among the guests were Neil's
Grandmother, Mrs. Jean Newman
of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Langer of Belrosc. Mr. and
Mrs. Harmon Myers and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Schwartz of Brooklyn,
N.Y.. and their families.
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glen lazarus
Glen Jon. the son of Mr. nwi
Mrs. Theodore Lazarus 135 SW
51st Ave.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Tcmp'e Or Olom Saturday
morning. Sept. 19.
An eighth grade Kinloch Park
Junior High School student, Glen
.plays bass in the school orchestra.
After his Bar Mitzvah. Glenn will
join the Confirmation class.
Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus will host
the Oneg Shabbat following Fri-
day night's services, the' Kiddush
in the Temple Saturday morning
ar.A a reception and dinner at ho.ne
Saturday evening.
Among the guests will be Glen's
grandmother, Mrs. Kate Lazarus
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silver of
Erie. Pa.
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STEVE POTLOCK
Steve Joel, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Potlock 7875 SW 17th
Ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Sept. 19, at
Temple Or Olom.
Steve, an eighth grade student at
West Miami Junior High School,
- a member of U.S.Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Potlck will host I
the Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday night services as well as ai
Kiddush in the Temple following
the ceremonies and a reception!
and luncheon Saturday afternoon
in Steve's honor.
Among the guests will be th"
irant'a maternal grandparent.-;.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman R ippa-
and Mrs. Sara Berkowitz,
Mrs. Miriam Stein, and Miss Deli-
ra Berkowitz, guests from Mary-
land.
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FRANCINE HORWITZ
Francine. the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich, 721
San Juan Dr., Coral Gables, will
become Bat Mitzvah at Temple
Judea of Coral Gables, on Satur-
day. Sept. 19.
Francine is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ponce do Leon Junior High
School, where she has served as a
Student Council representative. A
graduate of Temple Judea Hebrew
School, .JTrancine, who will con-
duct the services on the morning
of her Bat Mitivah. will continue
her religious education on to Con-
firmation.
Jo>iing in the celebration will
be he- maternal g-a^dparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Pallot. old time
Miamians, and her paternal grand-
mother. Mrs. M. T. Horwich. from
Chicago. Other relative* will alsc
be here from Chicago, as well ac
from Hollywood.
J- -U J-
BARRY ROSENFIELD
Barrv Mark, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Jay Rosenficld, 8980
SW 59th St., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
gation Saturdav, Sept. 19.
Barry, an eighth grade student
at Glades Junior High School,
plays French horn in its concert
band. He has graduated from the
junior high school department of
Hebrew school.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be hosted by his parents
at the Holiday Inn. Coral Gables.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Fleishman and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Rosenficld.
Abbie. Nathan Barred
From Leaving Israel
SL AVIV. ..WSrfV-^bje \
i, Israel's one-man unoffic! 1
Neil {.integer Francine Norwich Aloises iilylerman
STEPHEN MAYER
Saturday morning, Sept. 19, m
the Main Sanctuary of Temple Nr
Tamid, Stephen Howard, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mayer.
7545 E Treasure Dr., Miami Beach,
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Stephen is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
Ner Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush will follow the ser-
vices and a reception in Stephen's
honor will be held Saturday eve-
ning at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Out of town guests will include
the celebrant's maternal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Shj-
piro, and his great-grandmother
Mrs. Cara Rosen, from Philadel-
phia. Pa.: his paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Jean Thrope, and his
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Mayer, from New York
City.
MOISES SZTYLERMAN iservices, followed by a reception
^ Moiscs, the son of Mr. and Mrs 'and luncheon at the Famous Res
Samuel Sztylcrman, of Miami; taurant.
Beach, will become a Bar Mitzvah -:- -:- -:-
at Temple Menorah. Sivurday. SHAVE WEBERMAN
Sept. 19. at 9:30 a.m. Rabbi Mayer In celebration of the Bar Mitz-
Abramowitz will officiate. vah of Shaye. the son of Rabbi
Moiscs is a student at Nautilus: Phincas A. Weberman, spiritual
Junior High School, where he is| leader, a breakfast will be held at
.n the eighth grade. ( Ohev Shalom Congregation Friday
A Kiddush in Moiscs' honor will l morning. Sept. 18. in keeping with
be held at home following the! the ancitnt tradition of holding a
feast on the 13th birthday.
During this feast. Shaye. who is
a student at the Oholei Torah Day
School, Miami Beach, will deliver
a lecture on Talmudic law. Satur-
day morning, Sept. 19, Shaye will
fill his father's place on the pulpit
and lead the services.
TEL
than,
"peace mission," has be-n barred
from leaving the country because
of unpaid income tax mounting ;.
IL 40X00. Mr. Nathan, who gain,.,
;nternational fame by making iu
solo fights into Egypt to persna l<
President Nasser to negotia'.i
x>ace with Israel, returned home
two weeks ago to liquidate h,j
property in order to finance the
operation of h:s "peace ship" whidi
has been berthed at a New York
City pier for more than a year.
The Internal Revenue Bureau
claims that Nathan has paid .in
income tax on his property jlnee
1965.
Or Olom's Library
Opens On Sunday
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, chair-
man of the Jerry Himmelfarb Me-
morial Library of Temple Or Olom
8755 SW 16th St., has announced
that the library will open on
Sunday. The hours on Tuesdays
and Wednesdays arc from 2:30 to
3:30 p.m., Sunday hours are 10:00
to 11:30 a.m. The library will also
be open Tuesday mornings; the
hours will be announced later.
The Library Committee, with
Mrs. Schwartz as chairman, in-
cludes Mrs. Kenneth Braidman,
Mrs. Max Forman, Mrs. Irving
Greenman, Mrs. Arthur Primak.
Mrs. Jack Raymond, Mrs. Murray
Rosenberg and Mrs. Jack Stamen.
The Librarians are Mrs. Gilbert
Diamond. Mrs. Rowland Fink, MiS.
Jesse Mickenberg, Mrs. Charles
Neiman, Mrs. Elizabeth PrimaK.
Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg. Mrs.
Jack Stamen and Mrs. Robert
Sussman.
President of the Sisterh,K>d is I
Mrs. Herbert Seltman; Mrs. Emery
Green is cultural vice president.
Dr. Stanley Eder is tempie presi-
dent: Rabbi Ralph Glixman is
spiritual leader.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in the Caribbean
Hotel Sunday afternoon. Sept. 20.
For the largest ami Most
Complete Selection of
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532-2310-Of EN SUNDAYS
REV. anl MRS. S. SllVERMAN
extends Best Wishes to the entire
Community for a
Healthy and Peaceful Year
Hatikvah Chapter Installs
Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a gala installa-
tion luncheon in the Royal Hun-
garian Restaurant, 731 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach at noon Thurs-
day, Sept 24. its president. Mrs.
Hyman Kolko, has announced.
NEW YEAR
CARDS
Perset.0li.ed
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Phone 864-7251
FREE
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YUBAN
BOOKLET
Just tend year name and address
with inner teal from Instant
Yvban jar or tmaTT snip from
plastic lid af Yubon Coffee con
tet
YUBAN
P.O. Bo 3700
Grand Central Station
H7
THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF
SOI Tit FI.ORMOA COUNCIL
uiSm Ru,ehik'Ph D"Dlrecfor ~ Dr"Harold c-Rivkind'Resional Presiden*
AMERICA
2355 Salzedo Street
Coral Gables, Florida
EXTENDS ^"v&SK? &SS TZ&SX^S^VJTl^J!* **
CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Avenue
Of 75th Street, Miami Beach 866-0221
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FEIDMAN
MR. ROBERT L. SIEGEl, President
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2*25 S. Mr. 3rd Avenue
RABBI SOI lANDAU CANTOR WM. M. LIPSON
MR. MAXWELL WAAS
371-4795
1051
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
'.ntarama Blvd., No. Miami Beach
DR MAX A. UPSCHITZ HAZZAN JACOB J. RENZER
MR. MILTON HOBNSTEIN, President
947-7528
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd St, Miami
RABBI CHARLES M RUBE I CANTOS JACK IERNER
________________MR. EMMANUEL ROSENBERG. President
624-2621
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 Zamota Ave., Coral Gables
RABBI MAXWEU BERGER CANTOR NATHAN ZOIONDEK
______________ MR. LOUIS ALWEISS. President
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 C.rryle Ave., Miami Beach
DR. EUGENE IABOVITZ CANTOR EDWARD KUfN
MR. HERMAN L. SHAW, President
844-8345
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADIH
MR. HARRY PEARLMAN. President
538.2503
8000
TEMPLE ZION
Miller Rd. Miami
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO CANTOR RICHARD S. BKOWDY
MR. MERLE SIDLE, President
271-2311
448-7132
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
4*01 Arthur $,., Hollywood 981.4111. Man
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY CANTOR IRVING GOID
MR. JACK SHAPIRO, President
----___________ .________
X-r
TEMPLE OR OLOM
8755S.W. lth St., Miami
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN
DR. STANLEY EDER. President
221-9131
TEMPLE SINAI
H01 Johnson $,.. Hollywood ,.,577 mjMW
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUDAH I. HEUBRAUN
_______ MR. JACOB M. MOGILOWITZ. President
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL, rr.unomim
u,,.u J1, JEWISH CINTBl
547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.. Ft. laudordale
RABBI SHELDON EDWARDS CANTOR MAURICE A. NEU
MR. ALVIN SIEG&, President
545*489
TEMPLE SHOLOM
132 SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP CANTOR ERNEST SCHREIBER
MR. BARY STONE, President
942-4410


Friday. September 18. 1970
+Jmf3tl Ukrecfirir
Page 13-B
Honor falls to Miami's B'nai B'rith Girls Tri-
Shana. for Chapter's "Contributions to Jewish
Life." BBYO Director, Girt Bossak, presents
daaue to N'siah (Chapter President), Shelley
Zucker. Others, (from left) are Chapter ad-
visor. Mrs. Sallye Goldman, Sharol Goldman
and Debbie Goldman.
Vizcaya Towers Offers
Seclusion And Convenience
Vizcaya Towers. 150 SE 25th
J>d.. near the entrance to Ricken-
backer Causeway, is nearing com-
Ipk-tion. its developer, Ted Hollo,
| has announced, and work on its
[marina and yacht basin is under
One of the most prestigious
high-rise apartment complexes on
Bisrayne Bay's western shore, the
posh apartrrtPnt building offers a
panoramic view of Miami Beach
and miles of the bay. Despite its
seclusion, assuring privacy for its
tenants, the com-enient location
puts shopping, banking, dining, en-
tertainment and houses of wor-
ship just minutes away.
On the Gold Coast, apartment
buildings with private terraces are
fairly common, but rarely do you
see suites which have two such
b loonies. Those at Vizcaya Tow-
ers are staggered, giving the
building a unique and picturesque
appearance, and a traffic pattern
has been worked out to insure the
tenants' privacy and convenience.
Its security measures are unsur-
passed by any apartment house in
Floiiiia, practically guaranteeing
against outside intrusion from any
quarter.
The suites at Vizcaya Towers
are acoustically engineered for
soundproofing; closet space is sur-
prisingly ample, the color-coded
bathrooms are equipped with regal
custom vanities and large mirrors.
The modern-as-tomorrow kitchens
can be described as "the home-
maker's dream," with luminous
ceilings and a full complement of
RCA appliances, including a com-
bination refrigerator-freezer with
ioemaker.
Vizcaya Towers is providing a
magnificent private club, saunas
tor both men and women, a spa-
cious pool and sundeck, and lush
landscaping in the outdoors areas.
Its inviting marina will include a
yacht basin that can accommodate
large craft.
Mr. Hollo, who has erected a
number of highly-successful, wide-
ly accepted high-rise apartments
in this area, presently has plans to
erect another building, taller than
any in Dade County; a number of
other projects are currently being
charted on the drawing boards of
his Florida East Coast Properties
firm.
Traditional Meal Offered
By Continental Caterers
Continental Caterer! is again of-
fering a unique service to its cus-
tomers, Emery L. Green has an-
nounced. They will do all the cook-
ing and let you enjoy your Yom
Tov Dinner in your own home,
among your own friends and fam-
ily. In fact you may hav?
your choice of a complete, tradi-
tional take-out rail course dinner
or items you have selected your-
self from a long list of expertly
prepared and cooked foods.
In order to accommodate its
customers, however. Continental
must have your order and deposit
no later than Sunday, Sept. 27, Mr.
Green said. As in the past, orders
totaling $50 or more will be de-
livered free; on smaller orders a
small delivery charge will be made
or the customer may pick up his
order between 9 a.m. and noon on I
Wednesday, Sept. 30. Interested I
nersons should contact the cater-
ing firm. 8393 Bird Rd., for order |
blanks or detailed information.
\AJhflt 9 L-'OOWMl
^. ^vJt^TII NIKKJ-s
HANDSOME MEAT LOAF
One of my readers has asked for a meat loaf recipe wi*h
hard boiled eggs in it. Since such a meat loaf is deiicious as well
as handsome, we decidid to share the recipe with you.
M.ide out of ground meat, tastefully flavored with onions
and fresh garlic, it is moist and tender, and when sliced, the
white and yellow of the hard boiled eggs add surprise and
glamour. You may use the pan juices as a sauce for the rice or
mashed potatoes that you v.ill want to serve with it.
Combine the ground meat, salt, pepper, chopped onion.
mPShed garlic, beaten eggs, bread crumbs, oil and tomato juice.
Mix well with fork and hands until the mixture is unified. Oil a
loaf pan lightly, arrange ha'f the meat mixture in the pan. Pei,
the hard-bailed eggs, ai ranee them lengthwise, end to end.Covei
with the second half of the meat mixture, and bake at 350
degrees for one hour. Sirv, hot or cold sliced crosswise.
For more pan juices, cook this same meat loaf in a pot, on
top of the stove. Add one cup of beef bouillon and cook, cov-
ered, over medium heat for one hour, basting occasionally. Serves
6-8.
2 lbs. hamburger meat
(ground)
2 eggs
2 cloves garlicmashed
3 hard boiled eggs
2 tsp.salt.
1 cup bread crumbs
1 medium onion- finely
chopped
1 ibis, oil
'/i cup tomato juice
\j tsp. pepper
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531-4064
Regieter Now Fr Fall Trm
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
6 Dade & Broward Locations
Sea the Phone Book Yellow Pagea
Phone Miami 444-6543. Collect
Employees Meeting
The Jewish Civil Service Em-
ployes will hold a chapter meeting
in the Washington Federal at 1133
Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach, Sun-
day at 1 p.m.. Nat Taksier, presi-
dent, has announced.

Vizcaya Towers, a new apartment house complex combining gracious atmos-
phere, elegance, convenience and facilities for bolh activity and relaxation was
recently completed by builder-developer Ted Hollo on Biscayne Bay near the
Rickenbacker Causeway entrance. Work on its spacious manna will be
completed shortly.
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Educational Consultant
Family Counselor
24 Yeari School E Announces:
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fJewisti fhridinr
Friday, September 18. 1970
Israel Bond Conclave Sets
Record $500 Million Goal
WASHINGTON JTAi
r mpaign for b record talc u\
! ki i lillkm In Itrai l Bon la I i
lUtei Israel's economj In .ii
escnl ci :- launchc I ;..
national! emergency co
ol Am i Ic in and Canadi.iii
.' w lsh leadei s. The <'\t '> wiL
rj half-bllUon dollar goal toi
nexl 16 months as adi U
an International conference
world Jewish lead is In Israi .
. -i in mill.
Official* said the worldwide
. Ive would Beck in obtain $150
lllion in sales by the en l o.'
1370; the remaining $350 million
lalea win be ought nexl year.
S unuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman, raid last year
proceeds from Israel Bond sales
i.i ill. I $160 million.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapiv
told the conference thai Is i i'.
, nrrenl defense outlays amouu
l 23' oi Israel's gross national
luct, compared with ;'.i
United States 9.5'* of the GN1 .
outlined a fiv e-j n e
: plan which antic
i total ii''.esl.11 'iii- of $7 W
tMVBHQ
lion. Of which $5.5 hillioli ,\:l
have to c n tram outside aid,
and said this investment rate was
tie I (! to p o\ liie for the abs irp-
tio'i nl 250, I ii n immigranl -
ovei the nexl five years and to
i io-i expoi is fiom $1,4 biliion
to $2.6 billion b} 1975.
Abraham Feinberg, presddenl
ol' the Israel Bond Organizatior.
urged the "greatest mobilization
\ Hnarcial support" in Israel':
history because Israel's problems
could : met only "by u complete-
ly new approach to our obligations
and responsibilities. He" pointed
out that, to reach the halt-^ii-
'ion 'la- goal, t"'1' record I.s.ai .
bm.ii i les of $217 million during
the year of the Six-Day War
would have io be doubled.
"Without Israel Bonds,' 'Mr.
Rothbei;: s tid "th \ economy of
fsrai I cannol bo rtron0, enough
to .-. i'hsi-n-ri the crushing bur-
'. nl defense, oi provide homes
and j i r iii" new immigranl
w h i 'i l-'"i \ nvsl co' tinu \ :.
)( fo h r i n .' is well
- ... ',. o| ihc r
ol the Jew ish n lop'e."
I n R .n:, in ol Voik,
IEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
- "Whaf you say about me, Molly, hurts so much
\ ... it must be true. Thank you ever so much for
your criticism!"
Instant
Friendships
The warm greeting of
your Welcome Wagon
hostess with "The Most
Famous Basket in the
World" will introduce
you Xo our community
and start you on the
way toward new and
lasting friendships.
If you are new in town,
call
i
Phone 238 3575
DON T LET V0UR MAIL END
UP IN THE DEAD LETTER
OFFICE?. MAKET SORE
YOUR ADDRESSES ARE
WRITTEN CLEARLY AN P
THAT THEY ARE COMPLETE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-16780
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
nri ivn RIGAUD,
Plaintiff,
VS.
i.i-o.- liKSAlT,
I lefendnnt.
To: 'ilSio.K mtiAlT)
. .. i "j hi......a1-- 'in'
3rd Avenue Bolosse
No ?7
Porl Au Pi ii. Haiti
VOl' Ala: HKRKHY notifii il
: i ffii I >l>..... h In 'ii IIH 'I
:aii (..ii. hihI you an t '!>} i -
dull wl i.......... nl ur mix
w, r or "Hi, r iilpniling to the i '< m-
nlninl on ill. Plaintiffs Bttome> I.KS-
ri:r R( M IRRS, \vh..... addn -- I
\ v\ 17th Avi i.in Miami, Florida
33125, and file (he original with thi
Clerk of the above styled Court, on or
before the 1 11 da) of lei 1970 or a
ii. fnull ill he ditered BKalnxl you
DATE1' Ihls 16th day of 8e|il 1970
k B. i.kathkk.m an
Clerk "f Circuit Courl
ii 'Ireuil 'ourl Seal
g is-::-. 1" -!i
. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3130
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ..i
Id >i:i;kta DfiW'KT,
u I, .1 ROBERTA I. DEWEY,
I ll r. ;i,'f|
. To All Creditor* and All Persons Hi v.
i inn Claim* in* Demands Against Bald
I. late:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired lo present any claims and de-
' manda which you may have na?alnsl
il.....mate of ROBERTA DEWEY
a I, n ROBERTA I. DEWEY deccas-
'......* \ w York i'iuiiiiv. Xev,
fork, in the County Judge* ol Dade
i ou'oiy, and file the sume in dupli-
cate and us provided In Section .
Florida Statutes, in their offices In the
Count) Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar mouths
in.in the ilmi of the first publics
i lion hereof, or the same will be
barred
n IHN DOWRY
An Ancillary Administrator C.T A,
Pirsl publication of this notice on
ill, i nil das ol Hepti mber, 1870.
K'.inin.-l. Itoicers, l oher .v Shi nkmati
i Attorneys for Anclllarj Adminlalrntor
l "I'A
Ifid Lincoln Road
Miami Ih -i. h, Florida
i l l-i--.:. in 3
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3198
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n RE: histate of
w mi: r>EKo\v
Deceased
To All Creditors and .Nil Persons Hav-
ing ri.uii or Demands Ah......i Sold
i: '.....:
Vnu are liirci.v noUfied and re-
(lulled In pr.s.nl any claims mill mands which you may have affniiml
On estate of ANNIE DHROW de-
ii-ased late of Dade County, Florida,
ii. the County Jtfdgjes of Dade County,
mill file tin same in duplicnte and an
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty i'..in tin.ii;-.. in Dade I'nuiiiy, Flor-
ida, wlihln kIn calendar months from
ihe time of ihe liisi publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dated ni Miami/.Florida, ilii* l'THi
lay of August, A 11. I970i
vi:\- w Kl ., | \v ,v
.MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT I. RANK
A i EkeeutoT*
Firsl publication of this i....... on
ihe l lib da) of Septi mber. 1970.
i Viidiii, Itnilienberg, Kogan ..
Km nhlum
i. /. Kogan
ami.11,, i I,,i Miami Bch i-- Karl
Bank \ '/. \\ Kngnn ... executors
I." I.in. i.In K.I Miami Bi ach, :
'.' 11-18 IS i" !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M'TH'i: is HEREBY OH EN ii al
the ui di rsigm d, de Irlni lo nanae
ii I. -.i- under Ihe fictitious names
of HAVIIi i: IJSHRM IX M.D .1 MK
1111 I I':. Ill n ; I RHR.MAN AND
Mil.I i:i; :,i IR74 Meridian Avenue
Miami Bench. Fla. Inti nd lo n elsli r
aid i...mi n oh il:i. Clerk of the i "lr-
culi: i ..in i ..i Bade County, Florida
I.L.HHM IX A \|. MILLER, M.D P A
B) : David <; I ehrmnn, President
II' IMBERO, FRl IMBEIECl A.-
ROTH, I'A.
ah..11.. yi fin Applicanl
wilt* M- in- BI ... Building
Miami, Fla.
: \'-.r- io I
Obituaries
Isiui'l r.imil vice pri'sUU'iii, said
that non-Jewish purchasers were
having an increasing role in Is-
rael Bend sales, and during tin
pa-t seven years sales to bante,
pension funds, labor unions and
Insurance linns have amounii
to $155 million. However, he < n-
phasiZCd that the primary i.-
sponsibiiity was with the Jewish
community and that a coneerted
effort was planned lo enroll
1.000 Orthodox. Conservative and
Reform congregations in the
United Slates and Canada fol
an intensive effort during ilu
period of the Jewish Holy Daj
This Initial phase, its le:i'.'i>
hope, will produce sales ol" $30
million, as compared with aboui
SIT niillicn in sales last year
im-.vv iumv uirti ruii^K.. Dr., Hollywood Rlyeri,lde
rvires were held here Sunday miller, Dora C, VI, IfG Ocean tr
Lazar Pogdmen, 79. former I ^"B*,, 55, ,.....
iitor in chief ol the Jewish Daily Dr., N.M R Riverside
n i. t ^ 1___rn COPELAND. Bi-njumio. ftr, i---..
I'.tliior L. Foflelman, 79 n.w. nth a* nasberg. '
vlui viwu- i i'. a i hnii -11 London, Abraham, 74. swe s ,
NhW YORK IJiAi runeraij Ur.,Jipllywood-IUxer|lde
servi
for
Forward, who died last week at WJJ*f,^ Sivm"de W' .......
Ihe home of his son in Minneapolis, COHEN, Sara ii 70, 73(1 m
when- he had been living sine- his ^LdJan^'Iviij,,,,,!,, ,:,,. ,. N
Hibiscus Dr., x Miami. Blaidx
fingerman, Netty, :.:, is 1
isl'iiiI Bt, X..M H. Riverside
forsch, Sbpnund, 830 W. :'.iii ,s.
Mil. Xewnuin. Iiiii-rni.nl .\|
Ml:s JBANKTE I! B7, 5151 Collins GOTTSCHALK. Joayf, 7.;, ,-,- ,
Ave paaaed away Frl comlnai from _** .,-B,J"*5r",*S'
Peterabunr. Va. 3S years ago. sui GUTMAN. Moi is. 1 ,. 1590 Mlcl
vlved by husband Harry B. Zucker- Aj*. s[ Rlverjlde.
man ol M.B., son Ira Zu.-k.-i nnn m kahn.^.Mnm.-.. so, UM Colllnn Avi
If.ln 1 ,
retirement a few year- ago.
ZUCKERMAN
ler of Mil. Mrs Su-.m Berenl of si
l.iiis, Mn.. and Mrs Victoria Ro-
senbaum of Troy.N.Y., mother Mrs.
Dora Weiss of M.B., brothers Charlei
MARCUS, Bather 77
Ave., M 11. Riverside
MISHKET, laldore, 84, nan Euclid
Ave. m.ij. Riverside,
Weiss of Enclnn, Calif., and Louis P?,LL,AC;K', ,:,,K-. ,'' '" l: th s, .
w.iss of Weal Hematead. N.V. ami 'l':'''';'1' RJveralde.
:: Krandchlldren, Services Sun. 9:80 SiHMAl, Harry, 2, 400 Kings Point
:, ,,, At "The Riverside" 19! Alton '"'-> *}' .'yi"
Rd. with Interment In Mi. Sebo RO8BN, Bessie W^ 78. 1JB0 8th St,
Cemetary. tn lieu of flowers family 'Vjbek'M"".. "-'"|'K- .
susgesl ilom.......s .,1 the Xatlonal SA1M,PS,?N' "*<*. I". "-- Wth St.,
Chlldrens Cardiac Hospital. cu.'mon'T' i -, .-
Shapiro, Jacob 1. ,1. :i7n Tamiam
Canal Rd. Gordon, intermoni .\n.
KAPLAN BAIe'k. Irvinit X, 89. BOO Blsl Si
Joshua [hivld 10 mon'hs. son of GR'uBER',''l'..nj1,min. 83, 4500 r Ith
Mr mnl Mrs. Stanley Kaplan, 3130 Av,. Hialeah. Riverside
N.W. 33rd Blvd., Galiiesvllle, Flor- HARRIS, Milton J., 70, 6370 \
Ida, passed away in Oalnesvllle, on \{,\ \| u R|v(.ralde
Saturday Bentember ISth. In addl- krupnick. Marv 89 3S20 s w i
lion to in- parents, he Is survived by Avi. Qortlon. Interment Ml
in- maternal L-nrndparenln. Mr and lipman. Herman, 77, 310 u
.Mrs Roger nagner, of Daytnna St.. M.B Rlversldi
Bench. Florida, and hli paternal FISCHER. Charles, 78, ::-"!
ndpari '- Mr bwI Mrs l.eoii \, \| n [Jordan
Kaplan i.f Miami. Ornvenide ser- GILBERT, Jessie, 60 |070 > w
. ai il Intermenl were held nl Ter pinnlatli n I,mii
i i a in M.....I...1. Ki nti mbi i i Ith u iM sn.m
' ''"' ABRAMS. Alfred, 7:., 1100 loth

.r i lordnn Fu i< i ,il I lomi -
albert. Bertha, 79, I."..... Bay Rd.,
M II ItiviTKidl
ANSEL. John, 70, 841 Espi.....la IVaj
M || Rlversldi
FRANKFORT. Martin B, 70, 4130
<'..Ilin- Ave M B Rlvi rslde,
FRIEDLANDER. Clertrude, 1230 Mar-
seille Dr., M.M N'ewman.
GRADE. Harry, Gl, C30 Ocean Dr.,
M B. Xeu man
HOPTER. Naomi, H'. 330 X Iv 171
Ter. Riverside.
MIKOLITSKY. Ida, 75, il::" Rucliil
Ave., M.B. Riverside Intermenl Mi
Xebo.
simon, Aaron, in::. ".::7i X Bay Rd.,
M.B, Riverside
SKOLNEK, Oscar A 71, 1616 Miami
i :mil, us Dr. Riverside.
wax, Y.-iin. r,2. 80S x.K l7Sth St.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
BARKIN. Lucille, B7, 3323 Calais In.
Xewmu ii
berger, Samuel, 68, :"."'". Polnl Blast BERG, .luck, 0
I" Riverside M.B. Rlversld
.\l i: Riverside
DANN. Adeline, 80, 387 ..'"iii s
Rlvei di
KANTON Herman, 88, i;v. San Ri
Ave. i' lane. I-. :o- A Miami, Rlversldi
SLESSINGER. Herman, ':.. Ill S.W
69th ft. Gordon.
levinsn, Bather, i.....Jncoln Rd
M.H. Riverside.
maurer, Ida, 65, 800 Bayylew Dr
Riverside,
VERNOR. I......-. 86, BOO Wnsl .....
Ave., M.B. Riverside, Intermenl Mt.
Xebo
waldstein. Samuel M.. 7:., iv7ifi
v !:. 18th Ave. Riverside. Interment
sim- of David,
WIDERMAN, Vetta, S. Sn 0
l>r.. M.ll. Levin.
BECKER. Fay I... 915 Vnln.-rn. I
Gables. Riverside, lnterme.il Temple
lsnn..| Cemetery.
644 Li-nnx \\
CRA,V,f,TZ' Bad,e' H"" Xl': "' '' COHEN. Nathan. 87. 3001 Washli
GARFIELD. l,.-,n... 16. s::4 S.W. $; M '' ,;'""'..... """"--' >'t-
34th Ter fliverside I _1____' .. .
GODSON. Reginald w 7:: 5235 Col-
lins Ave M.B Riverside
KAMMERMAN. Vetta, 7:., :':'i> w Pal-
metto Park Rd., Boca Raton Oor-
don, Intermenl Ml Xebo
LEHMAN. Carolyn Haas, 89 B601 Col-
lins Avi. M.B.
NEWMAN. Harry, 73, i""^ Jefferson
Vve., M B. Blaaberg
WILSON. Thomas I., ;., 775 N.W.
ISth A\ e Rlversldi
HORENSTEIN, Sadie W 98. Inter-
menl Ml \. I"-
levinson. Ann:,. Bl, Riverside. In-
terment Mt Xebo,
zalkin. Anna. 58, 18405 x.!:. :iih
PI. Riverside, Intermenl Mt. Nebo.
ALLER. Bdward, R., 68, K340 Creapl
Blvd M.B Riverside.
cohn, r. rollna Lmnlnu, I02S5 Collins
Av.-. Bal Harbour, Newman.
cross, Rachael Schler, 7s. 69S8 Har
I ntr Ave M B Blushers
G E L B
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Day Closed So-ibol*
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jew,sh
f. Monument Dealer
Jilemorial Cnape/
"JtWISH fUNft'Al D/RC70S
LOCAL AND OUT Of STATE
ARRANGEMf NIS
891-6444
1338S W DIXIE MWV N M
EMANUEl CORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
^f onion j-itnQrcxl *^Jtc
OW7C
373-5533


Friday. September 18. 1970
'. Ipw/sfl fk>rtdfan
Page 15 3
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
- rue'rnUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN,lHAEND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FL NO. 70-3075
hOBSoTICCEL?oKCRED.TORS
UK Bs'
| vRXBV .....ES,
ind All Persons Hay-
Demand. Again.! Said
,i,y notified and required
, i.,,,,is and demanda
alnsl the es-
IAKNE1 HODES deceased
. ,,;. county, Florida, to the
; |dges of Dade County, and
,. .:.. in duplicate and m
., ... section 788.16, Florida
. m their offices In the Coun-
,,,.,,,., m Dade County. Ptor-
lx calendar months from
' ,, the first publication here-
, ,.r lh "' "''I barred.
i,,..i ..i Miami, Florida, this 2nd
, ,v of September, A l>. 1970.
jVlUTH GOLDBERG
SEYMOHRJ. BIMON
\- Executors
Vir.-' publication of this notice on
In,.. I'll din September, 1970.
Jt j|ON, hays* rmuNDWERO
wf Batata
I nHley Bldg.,
ini i'i.i .-.182
' 9/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\<>TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'.- underpinned, desiring to engage in
u i..-.- under tin- fictitious name of
IKRT L.5I08KOWPTZ, !").<). nt 11347
. Highway, .Miami, Florida In-
ndi t,. register aald 'name with the
li rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
, iy, Floi Ida
IIARKY I.. MOSKOWITZ, P. A.
. INK i.E.MI.ICH
in. v for Applicant
,\ FlaglerSt
iiaml, Fla,
9/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 69 A 1822
: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
l.N ISOSKIN holder of County Tax
le Certificate No. IBM issued the
PI day of June, AD. 1980, lias filed
ante In my office, and has made ap-
B tax deed to be Issued
lereon, said Certlfleate embracei
ie following described property In
le County of Had., State of Florida,
i-wlt:
l,a 10 ft :' ft Strip in Bay adj
Hibiacua Island, l'lat
llonh R Pane 7.', in the County of
Pad-. State "f Florida.
ii,- deed will be lamed subject to
I other outstanding delinquent City
.Miami Beach taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property
ilder the --aid certificate was in the
itme of: Agnt h 1-nird.
I'nle* said certificate shall be re-
ni.-.i according to law, the prop-
tj deacribed herein will be sold to
,- highest bidder for cash at the
lurlhouse door on the first Monday
the month of October, 1970, which
the r.ib nay ..r October, MW0.
Dated U is ::isi day of August, 1970.
B II I.EATHERMAN.
.'Ink of Circuit Court, Dade County.
Florida.
By V F. OI'I.DSTKAND, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal)
9/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-15457
NOTICE OF ACTION
NORM \\ PEETI.i'K.
Plaintiff,
VI
PEGOY ANN' PEETLUR",
danl.
TO: PBOOY ANN' PEETLUK
4:;j Walnut l-an.-
11- nd< Ron, Kentucky
YipC ARE HEREBY' NOTTFIED
thai an action for annulment has I.....
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
( nses, If anj lo ii on CYPBN A
KEY" INS, attorneys for plaintiff,
whose address i- R2S Arthur God-
frey Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with tin- clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oc-
tober 2nd, i:.7"; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on Aug. 2iilh 1970.
(Cir.uit Court Seall
E. H. LBATHERMAN
As Clerk of the court
By: MARGUERITE KENT
As Deputy Clerk
CYPBN ft NF.VINS
AttomeyH for Plaintiff
12S Arthur Godfrey Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
Tel.: 512-4721
9 4-11-18-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File 70 A 246
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
NATHANIEL \V. siegel holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 5639
issued the 1st day of June. A.I). 1967,
has filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Isaued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State oi
Florida, to-wlt:
Lots ft ft- 81 Block 24, Liberty
City. Plat Book 7 Pace 79 In the
County of Dade, Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: s. ii. King & Blla Mae.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according lo law. the prop-
erly deacribed herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash nt the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the nvnth of October, 197a, which
is the r.th day of October, 197".
Dated this 31st day of August, 197".
E H LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County.
Florida.
By P. F. GULDSTRAND, D.C.
(Circuit Court Si all
'.i I-11-18-2S
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 254
[NOTICE is HBRBBY tSIVEN that
fATHANIEL W. SIEGEL holder of
a! iv Tax Sale Certificate No. 6006
nl tin isi day of June, A.D. 1967,
i i name in my office, and has
i.'ii, application for a tax deed lo be
sued thereon, Said Certificate ern-
es the following described prop-
I'y In the County of Dade. State of
Ii". Ida, to-wil:
ll.is ill ft II Block 2. Roosevelt
'ark. Piat Book '.i Page 90 in the
v "i Dade, State "f Florida.
'i'Ii.- assessment of said property
aider the said certificate was in the
lame of: Mabel Wilson.
1' "' s: nald certificate shall he re-
tn.-d according to law, Ihe prop-
rlj described herein will be sold to
I.aid. r for cash at the
["luthou-. door on ibc first Monday
ihe month of October, 1970, which
I tin 'ah day of October. 1970.
I day of August, 1970.
K It I.EATHERMAN.
lerk oi Circuil Court, Dade County.
Florida.
.. By P I" '.ll.DSTKAND. DC.
ri Ult Court Seall
_____ 9/4-11-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
l-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15885
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NNBTH CARVER,
flaintiff,
fcBOCA II. CARVER,
'-lendanl.
gEBECCAB. CARVER
'" K.t-haw Drive
i.. lyedi re, South Carolina
REBECCA B. CARVER, are
n notified that a Bill of Com-
ii for Divorce has been filed
you. and you are required to
' copy of your Answer or
g to ihe Bill of Complaint on
ilaiiitiffs attorney, JACK L.
l,V-rr"/- of HERSKOWITZ
2?88.AN- 42n Lincoln Road.
|WIJ, Miami Reach, Florida 33139
lie the original Answer or Plead-
,i uie office of the Clerk of the
t, ,,"ur! on or before the 12th
.. "''"" 1''T0- If yu fall to
JUdsinent by default will be
gainst you for ihe relief de-
in the Bill of Complaint.
"'"'' whall be published once
- tL.,,'.T I"ur consecutive weeks
JEWISH FUHtlDIAN,
AND ORDERED at Miami.
""la 1st day of September
&t; LBATHERMAN. Clerk,
|court, Dade County, Florida
By: I* SNEEUJEN
. Deimty Clerk
l< nurt s,.a|)
V HKRSKOWITZ
tin S"d 1"roman
K'ln Road. Suite 603
peach, Florida 33139
9/4-11-18-25
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 H1IKJK,
PlaJr.tlff,
vs.
COBBIK HPIXIE,
Defendant.
Tl>: COBHIE HPDGE
Rcsiib-ni'.' unknown
You. COBBIB HTJDOE, are hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you art- required to serve a copy
of your Answa-r or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. MERRILL I. LAMB "l -
S05 Dade Federal Budding. .Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd day of October. 1970, If you
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.1A BELL SMITH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
El'GB.NB SMITH,
I tendant
TO: El'GBNE SMITH, SP-6
.' -44-3986
D Co., 4th .Ml. Bn.
APO San Francisco 96358
You. El QENE SMITH, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complain!
for Divorce has been riled agalnal
you, and you are required to serve a
ropy of your Answer or Pleading lo
Hie Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MICHAEL J. SILVER-
STEIN, 120 Lincoln Road. .Miami
Beach, Florida 88139 and file till
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 bj de-
fault will be taken against you for tie'
relief demanded In the Rill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four conseoutlve weeks
in THE .n:\\ ISH FI.ORIDIAX.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, ihis 1st day of September,
AD. 1970.
v.. B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuil Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
fClrcult Court Seal)
MICHAEL .1 SII.VICRSTF.IN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33119
Attorney for Plaintiff
'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
vVIFHKDo HL'OUBT SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff,
-VB.-
ANA MARIA PBRBZ CADALZO.
Defendant.
TO: ANA MARIA PBREZ CATMLZO
Amlatad 466
Apartment No. :i"2
Hnvana. Cuba
YOU ARK HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnal you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer-
I- other pleading to the Complaint on !
the Plaintiffs attorney, John J GAL-
LAGHER, L454 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami. Florida 3312a. and file the I
original wilh the Clerk of the above!
styled Court, on or before Ihe 3th day
of October. 197". or a default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 18th day of August.
1970.
(Circuit Curt Seal)
i: r. LBATHERMAN
clerk of Circuil Court
By: C P, COPBLAXD
Deputy Clerk
9 4-11-18-25
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
'I., undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tile flctlllhus mine
of BTI'DK) IN" at 3805 N.W. 7th
Street. Central shopping Plaaa, Minm1,
Florida, 33126, ml, ads to reglstel
name with Hie c"eik of tlie Circuit
Court "I Dade County, Florida.
ISIDORO LEHMAN
9 M-IS-LT, la L'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tin- fictitious name
of 8TVDIO I"" at inn Ninth PlajW,
Northelde Shopping Center. Miami.
Florida ::::147 Intends to register .-aid
name with the Clerk of ihe circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
1811 IRI LERMAN
9/11-18-16 l" -
IEGAI NOTICE
PRSClfklNARVC-EriTIFICATE O-
COFTPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Ii All. Tl U H' i.M 111 BSE PRE
ENTS SHAI I. I.M K HI1EE l"IN'
Whereas, Kl KT VVELI.I8CH, .\
ami, Florida: VINCENT DYGEI
.Miami. Florida JAMES GORIM
II KVEN8, Mi.inn. Floridi.....I on
29ih day of Mnj.ad i; nut -
I ; lira i.d under Ihe law -- >,l
State 'I Floi Ida IIELLA IN\ KH -
MBNTS, INC a loiiioi.iiion. with >
principal place ,' business a' Miai
I Lid. ( 'nll'i'l in ihe Slate .,! l-'i
and wherenit uch corporation did
the lllh day .a' September, A.D
In nai I'm.il ii Slat, of 111.- St.'.
'all-. I., he fill d in tl......lie" "I '
Florida, th. ... an., i iry authority I -
quired under Section BH8 _'". PI i
Statutes, showing the dissolution E
such ,ori,"i'aiion.
Now. ih, r..f.,i... th,. Secretan
Slat, doe: h.-rel.y certify lo the 1" -
going Dial he Is satisfied that th.- i -
qulrementu of the law have h> i
11.....rsigned. ilesiring to engage compiled with
IN WTTNES8 WHER -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th
in business under the fictitious nami
of THE RI'SH at 7"9S llonila Drive.
Miami Reach, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name wilh the Clerk of the
Circuil Court of Dade County, Florida
BRAD-BAN CORP
s/ HARRY llENIfi
Barry H.-nig. President
ENCl.ANDEI: *. B1RNETT
Attorneys for Brad-Ban Corp.
No. 1 l.incln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
9 11-18-2.1 1" :
OP, I ha
my hand
fixed the
Hi.- State
hereunt
and have
Cr.at S.al
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2716
h RB: Estate ot
Mi >RHIS KATZ
I.......ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against ihe es-
tate of MORRIS KATZ de,.ased late
oi Dad.- County, Florida, to ih.- Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate n'nd as pro-
vided in Section 711.18, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offi.es in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
_ fail I within six calendar months from the
o. judgment by default will !" time of ihe first publication hereof, or
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,
11, feiidant.
TO: MARIE BURTON
Resilience Unknown
You. MARIE HCRTOV. are hereby
notified thai a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to Ihe Hill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs attor-
ney, I R. MAYERS. 1L'2" So Miami
Av.nue. .Miami. Florida 11180 and
file the Original Answer or pleading
ill th. office of Hi.- Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 9th day of
October, 197". If you fail to do -".
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
th, p.iii .,r Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
iii THE JEWISH PLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida this 3rd day of September
A.D 197".
E P.. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuil Court Seal)
I i: MAYERS
1^1'" So. Miami Avenue
.Miami. Fla. 11130
Telephone: 171-1128
Attorne) for Plaintiff
0 11 -18-23 1" 2
mended in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive we. K-
in THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of Sept A.D.
1970.
F, H I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit COUrt, Dade County. Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit- Court Seal)
MERRILL 1 l AMB, ESQ.
B01-80S Dade Federal BMg.
Miami. Florida, 81110 FR-91414
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/4-11-1S-2'.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ibis 1Mb
day "f Aug.. A" 1970.
LEAH KATZ
DOROTHY POSNER
As Es.cutia. K
First publication of this notice ",,
tin- 2Mb day of August, 197".
PRED AND NEWMAN
Robert H. Now man
Attorney for Estate Dxecutricea
801-8Q5 Dad. Pedernl Building
Miami, Florida :m31
\ 18 9'4-11-18
f
Tallahassee, the I'ni.it
this the 11th flay ,,f Si -
timber. AD. 197"
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of state
9 I -
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICI AL Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16001
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OUMBR8INDO PEREZ,
Plaintiff,
vs. *
D"RA A PUENTBS PEREZ,
Defend.ml
TO: Dora a PUENTBSPEREZ
110 Elm Street
Newark. New Jersey
You. DORA A PUENTBS PC!:: '
are hereby notified thai a Hill '
Comnlnrnl for Divorce has been fil *
atrainst you, and you are required
serve a copy "f your Answer or plea -
iiic lo the Hill of Complaint on t a
Plaintiffs attorney, max a. OOL1 -
PARR, 411 Biscayne Building, Minn
Florida and file the original Ansv
or Pleading in the office ot the Cle
of tin- Circuil Court on or before n
llth day of October, 1970. if you f i
to do so. judgm.nl by default will
taken agalnal you for the relief d -
man.I.d in the 1:111 of Coniolaiut
This notice shall be published oi
each week for four cnnserutlvi wc<
in THE JEWISH PIJORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miar
Florida this Ird day of gepteml r
A.D. 1870,
B P. LEATHERS! \N. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Floi
By: C P, COPBLAND
11. nuiy Clerk
(<"iro||it C.url Seall
MAX A Col.DFARl!
in Rlscnyne Huildlng
M in nil. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9 ll-D 2E i

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-14982
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MELVEEN HARRBLL ANTHONY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OZELL ANTHONY,
Defondnnt.
TO: itZELL ANTHONY
Resilience Unknown
You. OZELL ANTHONY, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading: to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Wol.FSON. DIAMOND ft
HARRINGTON. P.A. 4"7 Unceln Road.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the uiidirsigneii. desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of GEOltaE V. LANZA at 1201 Brlck-
.11 Avenue. Miami. Florida int.mis to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GEORGE V, LANZA. PA.
KURT VYH1.I.ISCH
Attorney forGeorge V, Lanaa, P.A.
187 Almel ia Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida 31134
, m 4-ii-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-16186
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l.CCKNER MORBLUS,
Plaintiff.
ADA ANDUZAB MOREI.CS.
Defendant.
TO: ADA ANDUZAR MOREl.cs
. o l.eoner Leona
St. Charles Place No. 17
Brooklyn, NY.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified lhat a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or other pleading t.. the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
1454 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida 33125, and file the original with
the i'lerk of the above styled Court.
Ion or before the llth day of October. I
1970 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 4tu day of Sept., 1970.
B, p. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: MARGUERITE KENT
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/11-18-25 l" 2 :
;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE-S COUR7
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3076
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estateof
Ri ISE STEIN
Deceased
To aii creditors and AM Persons Ha
ing Claims or Demands Against Si -
Estate:
You are hereby notified and i -
quired to preaenl any claim and d -
mands which you may have again t
1 the estate of ROSE STEIN dugcas
' late of Dade County. Florida, lo tl
County Judges of Dade County, ai
file the same in duplicate and as pr -
video in Section 713.16, Florida Stu
ui.s. in their offices in the Couu
Courthouse ill Dad.- County, Florid .
within six calendar months from 11 -
I time of the first publication hen
or 111.' same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this II h,
da] "f August. A.D. 197".
'ocele Greenfield Chatlln
As Executrix of the estate of
Rose Steill, dei eased
First publication of this notice
the llth day of September, 1970.
RONALD I. DAVIS
Attorney for Estate of Rose Stein,
lie, eased
417 Biscayne Building19 W. Plagli r
Street. Miami. Florida 11110


9 ll-is 5 I' .
NOTICE ue APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act* ot 1941
File 70 A 370
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVBN that
THEODORA LAZARUS holder of
Couiitv Tax Sale Certificate No. 91M
Issued the lsl day of June. A.D. 19iiti.
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to tie
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
Suite *9o'M'iat'n'i "lVea. h,""Florida and braces the following property In the
rUe the Origlnii Answer or Pleading .County of Dade. State .,, Florida, to-
in the office of the Clark of the Clr-
cult Court on or before the 12th day Oi
October. 1970. If you fall to do so. |
Judgment by default will be taken |
against you for the relief demand, d
ID the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published o-nce t
each week for four consecutive week!
In THE JEWISH FUHHDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of nptetxttH r
A.D. 1970. ,
E B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: L SNEKDKN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S.al i
WOI.FSON. DIAMOND &
HARRINGTON. P.A.
John R. Harrington
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 9G
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ,/4.n.,g.5
wit.
I,t 11 Block 5, Lincoln City Sec
A. Plat Book 48 Tag. sx. Section
IS, Township 51 South. Range 4"
East, containing .17 acres more
or less, in the County of Dade.
State of Florida-
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: John N. Thompeon.
Cule-s said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty deacribed herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at
J
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-15983
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BAR Ml I) WINER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID I. WINER.
1 lefellilailt.
TO: DAVID 1. WINER
16 Pierce Road
Lynn, Massachusetts 01902
You. DAVID L. WINER, are hereby
notified that n Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy i ;,.' j ',, ,|.,v ,,f October, 1970, el*e
of your Answer or Pleadlng-lo the MHI ( 1||(. CompUUnt will be taken as ... -
fesseil
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-1607D
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
FRANK MORRIS) N|
nil,
ESTHER MORRISON'.
D. f. I,danl.
Yor, bsthbr Morrison.
I.I
Salem Street, Maiden. MaJwachuseit-
ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED to n
your written defense to tins divorce
with the Court'! Clerk and serve .
copy ui..... Plaintiffs Attorney. SAM-
UEL E SMITH. 1511 Capital llai
Bldg., Miami. Florida, on or befo
of Complain! on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, LEON KAPLAN, c Myers.
Kaplan. Porter, Levlnaon & Benin,
lir.O S.W. 1st Street. Miami. Florida
MHO and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the I lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of October, 197". If you fall
to do -o. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Comolalni
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH Fl-OBIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of September
A.D. 1970.
E H I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
Florida
DATED September 3rd. 1971
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florid
By: C P. i-opei.and
Deputy Clerk
(Circuil Court Seal)
9/11-1C-2'. 1" I
' ur muse door on the firs, Monday E B. I.EATHERMAN.Clerk
In the month of October. 1970. which Circuit ">",, '^-Vw,-TTxn
is the Mh day of October. 197" B> <~ f ,V1I',.-A:SU
Dated this 31st day of August, 1970. Deputt Clerk
E B I.EATHERMAN. (Circuit _< OUTt Seal)
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dude County. My is. Kaplan. Porter. Levlnaon
Florida
By P. P. OBI JJSTRAND. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal) 9/4.u.lg.5
Ketiill
1150 S.W. 1st Street
.Miami. Florida 33130
9/11-18-25 10/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lb I
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nan
of PROFESSIONAL PLASTICS MFC
al 1V::|| N.E. 1st Ave.. Miami, PL I
ala it ii ndfl I" register said name wltl
the Clerk of the Cinuii Court ol Da
County, Florida.
MARVIN M ADDER
EUGENE LEMLICH
Attorne) for Profeaaional Plastics
Mfg.
2720 W. Flaglcr St
Miami, Florida
9/18-2.'. l*/-l


Page 16-B
*Jenisti ftcrgdi&jn
Friday. September 18
I
TOP U.S. CHOICE U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED
fataute Sfirtitty 4,UK& Sale!
<*CCM iWMPt
LEGO'
LAMB
FYNE
TRIM
WHOLE
TOP U.S. CHOICE-U.S. GCV'T. INSP.
fcWIN LAMB $.**%
CHOPS I69
TOP U.S. CHOICE-U.S. GOV'T. INSP.
RIB LAMB $#f A
CHOPS l59
TOP U. S. CHOICE -U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED WESTERN BEEF CUTS _
JUICY CHUCK STEAK 69
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT.. SEPT. I 9tH
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICH's STORES
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
on sale this week
COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
mm ROUND BONE
Shoulder .. steaks lb.
99
English Cut steaks 1 lb.
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN FROM
THE CHUCK
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LEAN
Ground Chuck
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
California Roast
LB.
89
89
Three
voi.
0N 49c
So*u&Sftc4*lf SAVE 16*
DIXIE CRYSTALS
GRANULATED
VJsJl
5-LB. BAG
GRADE "A" FRESH ICED GA. FLA.
BUY THE PARTS YOU LIKE BEST
BREASTS with Ries
WHOLE LEGS
DRUMSTICKS
THIGHS- LIVERS
FLO-SUN PURE
ORANGE
JUICE
QUART
CONT.
25
'THE REAL
THING
FROM
FLORIDA"
2 IB
CUP
65'
LIMIT ONE BAG, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOOD FAIR
Creamed Cottage Cheese
ALlFlAVORS i soz 0%nc
Master's Yogurt Z J9
FOOD FAIR
Cream Cheese pkg. 29c
SAVE 6c FOOD FAIR COlORED
American Process Cheese pkg
*ISv.ONJ NS fiNf <1
79'
SottuA S&eccalf top quality northwest Italian
GARDEN FRESH U.S. NO. 1WHITC m* m^ TOP OUALITV CAU FORMA VALENCIA MUMm^.
POTATOES 10 69 ORANGES10 59
SONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 5'
& Zt^Ot J
QUART
BOTTLES
SAVE 13c
Stokely Fruit Cocktail 3
ScotTissue
BATHROOM TISSUE
79'
16 0Z.-|
EGGO FROZEN
Breakfast For Two
8 OZ
.PKG
39'
SAVE 10-MORTONS
FROZEN DANISH
1 l.3i-OZ" PKG APPLE
\3rOZi. PKG. MELT-AWAv
> 12-OZ.PKG; TWIST
S EA.
1000
SHEET
ROLL
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
PINK
LIMIT 4 ROLLS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OP $7 OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FRESH CUT SKINLESS & BONELESS
HADDOCK AM
FILLET 89
%**wx SfitciaUf SAVE UP TO 36*
ALL GRINDS
MB.
CAN
ALL GRINDS
Food Fair
l-LB. CAN
Fyne Tast
ALL PURPOSE GRIND
LIMIT ONE CAN, EITHER BRAND. PLEASE,
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE.
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Creamed Herring %z 89c
DAT OR JAKA IMPORTED _
Danish Smoked Salami chub 99e
Stivice 'DeticeUeMe*
AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNT!"-.
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS AHE
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
APPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL!
PASTRAMI
HALF Mf -m*^
mF*mm wr
SUCED
LEAN
REGUIAR OR'
Meds Tampons
BOX
...OF 8
37'
BONUS SPECIAL! 69* VALUE
Bayer Aspirin
BOTTLE OF
SO TABLETS
FOOD FAIR K'NG SIZE
Family Loaf Bread 2
IB 4-OZ
'OAVES
53c
FOOD FA* FRESH BAKED
RAIS9K BREAD
PLAJN
-L8.
LOAF
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