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

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

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* "Jewish FlLor Sdian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKVT
k^iume 43 Number 39
Miami. Florida Friday, September 25, 1970
Three Sections Price 20 c
ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER REPORTS
President Nixon Was 'Understanding'
NEW YORK (JTA> Premier
C.olda Mcir returned to Israel
after completing talks with
Tuesday after completing talks
with President Nixon and other
leading Administration officials.
At Lydda airport, Mrs. Meir
said she will make her report
on the U.S. visit to the Cabinet,
but it eould he said that while
the views of the U.S. and Israeli
governments are not absolutely
identical, "the gap is not too
wide, and one can easily live
with it." The friendship between
Israel and the United States
will continue despite differences
in political positions, she added.
She made it plain to the Presi-
dent that nothing would per-
suade Israel to return to the
Middle East peace talks at the
United Nations until there Is a
complete rollback of the mis-
siles illegally installed by Egypt
in the Suez Canal standstill zoiu .
Mrs. Meir re|iorteri on her
talks in an address to the lead-
ership of 'he United Jewish Ap-
peal and the Israel Bond Orga-
nization via a closed-circuit tele-
cast to 19 cities. She h;id address-
ed a closed meeting of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
earlier.
She told her listeners that
Egypt would not have dared to
violate the truce had it not had
the Soviet Union's backing. She
claimed the Kremlin is ready to
sacrifice not only Israel but also
Egypt for their "selfish imper-
ialist aims. "The fact that the
Russians dared to breakaprom-
is. they made to the American
government is a terribly fright*
ening thing, not only for Israel,
but for the world." she said.
President Nixon reportedly
told Mrs. Mcir that he doubts
that the Egyptians and their
Soviet backers could be persuad-
ed to remove the missiles, but
that he Wtt continuing to tiy
He is said to have promised her
that he would confer on the is-
sue with Soviet Premier Kosygui
in the near future.
On the ABC "Issues and Ans-
wers" television program .Mrs.
Meir said she thought the Nixon
Administration will make more
efforts to obtain what the State
Department previously called
"rectitication" of the Egyptian
trace violations. She rejected
ing Administration officials. She
saying, "Suppose the Kgyptians
removed all the missiles but left
the launchers intact. They could
be refitted with missiles very
quickly."
Israel's Premier met with
President Nixon in the White
House for 90 minutes and had
four hours of meetings with Sec-
retary of State William P. Rog-
ers. There was no official com-
munique following the meetings,
but Mrs. Meir indicated at a
press conference in Washington
that the President had demon-
strated sympathy and under
standing tor Israel's position and
that earlier disagreements be
tween Israel and the U.S. on the
nature of Egyptian truce viola-
tions have been completely clear-
ed up.
Informed sources said that Mr.
Nixon was so impressed by Mrs.
Meir's statement of Israel's de-
termination not to return to ih-*
Jarring talks before the truce
violations arc totally rectified
that he forebore from trying to
persuade her to do otherwise.
In an interview taped in Wash-
ington for broadcast on Israeli
radio Saturday, Mrs. Meir told
her countrymen that she had
ended her talks in Washington
with a feeling that matters had
been clarified and that under-
Continued on Fag* 8-A
U.S. Has No Current Information On Jj^JJ^-JJ
Situation Of Hostages In Jordan
WASHINGTON A
State Department official admitU-1
this week that the United Stales
|'-. is no current information as to the
whereabouts and condition of d4
hijacked airline passengers3S of
them Americansheld hostage by
Arab terrorists in Jordan.
Department spokesman Robe:!
J McClOBkey indicated that the
United States was continuing t >
rely or an International Red Cross
negotiating team in Amman to .se-
cure the hostages' freedom. Hia
IRC has apparently had no con-
tact with the terrorists since heavy
righting broke out between them
and Jordanian regulars last w -ek.
hut Defense Secretary Melvln
Laird said Friday that as far as
the U.S. knew, the hostages were
safe.
Mr. McClosksy said that in ad-
dition to the 38 Americans among
th. hostages there were 850 pri-
vate American citizens in Jordan
and 40 official Americans (mean-
ing Embassy personnel). Facilities
for their evacuation are ready,
but so far the U.S. Embassy 'ii
Amman has not recommended
evacuation.
Th;- Syrian' invasion of north-
ern Jordan and the uncertain fate
of the hijacked airline passe, i
held hostage by Aral) terrorists in
that country has basically all 'red
the situation as far as Israel Is
concerned, informed sources sai 1
in Jeiusalem. They said the into
vent-ion of outside forces in lii
Jordanian fighting would affeol
Israel's policy of non-interventic
Israel has so far adhered to the
principle of non-interference in
Jordan's internal affairs Irrespec-
tive of who is in power in that
country. Deputy Premier Yigal A'-
Ion has 'rone on record saying thl '
he would "lv willing to negotiate
with an El Fatah government if i'
were in control of the country "
According to Israeli reports, a
Syrian armored force has captur-
ed Irbid. Jordan's second largest
oitv. Amman radio said the Syri-
Russia Arrests 4 More
Jews, 32 Now Held
NEW YORK (WNSiRus-
sian authorities arrested four
Jews last months to raise
12 the number arrested in re-
nl months, authoritative re-
reaching here indicate!
The four Jews arrested w.r-
friends of a Jew arrested earlier
in the year and like him. wore
in their 20s or early 30s. It was
reported that the homes of Uw
four were searched and several
volumes of the Jewish Encyclo-
pedia were seized although there
is no ban against the publication.
Shortly before the arrests be-
came known, a de'egation of
Canadian Jewish leaders had met
With Premier Pierre Elliot Tru-
deau and Foreign Secretary
Mitchell Sharp and urged the
Premier to appeal to Russian
leaders on his visit to Moscow
nt month to allow Jews who
wish to go to Israel to emigrate.
As the arrests were disclosed
Jewish students from New York
area campuses who staged a Jay-
long fast at the Isiah Wall oppo-
site the U.N. to protest Russia's
treatment of its Jews hear'.
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin of the Lin-
coln Square Synagogue say that
on his trip to Russia he was toi>-
by Jews there that new "show
trials" were being prepared by
Soviet officials,
Jewish leaders in Washing-
ton. D.C.. and Cleveland. Ohio,
have announced they plan to
meet with leaders of the Mblse-
yev dance troupe when the group
is in those two cities to deliver
protest messages. The commun-
ity councils in both cities also
plan to distribute leaflets to per-
sons attending the Soviet group'.-
programs.
ans were attacking Irbid and :h.it
government troops were outnum-
bered and suffered heavy casual-
ties, hut there was no confirma-
tion that the city had fallen. I ibid,
in northern .Ionian, is a guerrilla
stronghold where kmi. Hussein
has been unable to evert effec-
tive authority for many months.
Secretary of Stati William P.
Rogers called on Syria to end i.
invasion of Jordan, warning that
il could lead to a wider war in
the Mideast. Mr. Rogers undo/-
scored U.S concern by conveying
a similar warning to the Soviet
Union through diplomatic chan-
nel- urging Moscow to Impress on
Syria the dangers of the situation
The Defense Department snid hat
U.S. forces in Europe and the Mid-
dle East have been alerted for the
possible evacuation of American
citizens from Jordan.
Official French soirees in I'ir.s
warned that the lives of hostages
held by Arab terrorists in Jordan
would Iv endangered if any for-
eign power intervened in the civil
war in that country. President
Georges Pompidou, without men-
tioning the hostages, said th't
"outside intervention is already
creating and will create, a dar-
pero'is situation for work1 neac
It was not clear whether his ward-
ing was aimed at potent'al inter-
vention by the United State- or
or at the reported invasion
Of .Ionian by Syrian forces.
Th-- hijackers have demand. d
the r.l.;.e nl seven Arab prison-
era in West Germany, Switzer-
land and Britain, plus an untlis-
elos.1 nnmbei in Israel i ev ha IRA
for th. hostages. The three Euro-
pean countries, along with the
U.S. and Israel have been holding
consultations in Berne. Swil/.rr-
bind lor the past two weeks on
means to secure the hostages' re-
lease.
Israel, which refuses to be port
of any exchange deal with the
commandos, attended the Bern"
meetings as an observer but has
now apparently joined the group
as a working meml>er. This was
indicated by Israel's signature >o
an appeal last week for the I i -
fer of the captives to another coun-
try because of the heavy fighting
in Jordan.
West Germany's relations with
Israel have reportedly be i
strained and uneasy because -
the letter's refusal to contribute
to a package deal with the terror-
ists. The Bonn government re-
portedly has said it would make a
private arrangement with the ter-
rorists for its nationals unless
there was more progress. AcCOl 111 |
to unconfirmed reports, West G?r-
man diplomats in Bonn and Jeru-
salem have been told to exi>eel i
wave of anti-German feeling in
Israel if West Germany breaks t'ae
united front.
JERUSALEM CJTA)Fifteen
persons including four Ameri-
can tourists were injured Satur-
day night when a hand grenade
exploded in the Dolphin resta.i-
rant in East Jerusalem, an es-
tablishment owned jointly by
Aarbs and Jews.
Three of the Americans were
from Chicago; their inj"'-ies u\
described as slieht. One Arab
I-'iv was seriously injured. Eye-
witnesses said the attacker hurl-
ed the grenade from the door-
way of the restaurant into the
:'. .Idle of th.' dining area.
One curfew breaker was kill-
ed and another was injured \:\
Raffah when they disregarded
orders to halt. The curfew ivas
imnosed on the Gaza Sirip to V!
and three nearby refugee canr -
because they cooperated on tin-
general strike called by the Pop
ular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine to protest Israel's ar-
rest of 450 Arabs susDected of
collaborating with the PFLP.
Arab Chiefs Delay Talks,
Send Delegates To Jordan
By Special Report
CAIROArab leaders report-
edly have postponed a scheduled
emergency conference On Jordan
and Sen! a four-man delegation
to Amman to try to persuade
King Hussein and Palestinian
guerrilla leader Y/assir Arafat to
join them in their attempt to
halt the bloodshed in Jordan
and head off foreign interven-
tion in the fighting there.
The guerrilla leader was said
to have appealed to the Arab
chiefs of state by radio to move
their meeting to Amman, "to
see with their own eyes the
heinous crime and massacre
committed against our Palestin-
ian people." He apparently was
referring to the fact that the
Jordanian Army has shelled the
refugee camps which are the
guerrillas' chief fortresses, in an
effort to destroy them and pre-
vent guerrilla forces from the
north from reaching the capital
with the support of Syrian
tanks.
Arab leaders who had come to
Cairo for the emergency confer-
ence met in small groups dur-
ing the day fcr discussions, but
Jordan's delegation, headed by
Brig. Mohammed Daoud, Pre-
mier of King Hussein's new mil-
itary regime, was not included
in the consultations.
Nine of the 14 Arab Leauge
countries were represented, in-
cluding the United Arab Reptib-
lic, Jordan, Syria. Sudan, Libya.
Lebanon, Tunisia. Kuwait and
Yt men. Algeria, Iraq and Mo-
rocco have announced they will
boycott the conierence, and
there was seme doubt about
whether Saudi Arabia would
participate.
Egypt's Minister of National
Guidance, Mohammed H. Hey-
kal, who serves as chief editor
of the newspaper Al Ahram, told
a news conference that anger is
growing against King Hussein
and his military regime for its
r.ttacks against the guerrillas.
In an apparent allusion to the
hijacking, he said the Palestin-
ians' "mistakes" cannot be used
to justify repression of their
movement.


Page 2-A
+Jewlst ttoiriidlifiin
Friday, September 25.
1970
Oholei Torah Event Honors
Mr. and Mrs. J. Modansky
Oholei Torah Day School of danikys are prominent in religious
Greater Miami will hold its fourth ind communal affairs in .Miami
mnual Shabbos Sinn a Melavah Beach.
Oholei Tui all's scholarship fund
will Ik- the beneficiary of the Arl
day. Oct 6, in the Caribbean Ho-
tel, a unique collection of tradi-
tional il paintings, landscapes,
character studies and examples of
genre i il til lias been pul up for
uction by Erwta Stern, curator
of tin1 Americana Art Gallery.
Pre-auction viewing will begin al
6 p.m. in the hotel's social hall.
The wmks of 15 of Israel's most
talented artists will highlight the
xhiuit; Arnold Gross, water-
(.tracts have gained fame, ant
Nacher, who is known for his
man, Israel's official portrait art-1 whinwteal portrayal oi the
ist. Jochannan Simon whose ab-1 I and.
and Ruth Zarfaly will also be rep-
resented, as well as Sandu Liber-
Holy
\i ction scheduled for .x p.m. Tues- 'eolorist Joel Nesher, Nissan Engel
MR, and .MRS. J. MODANSKY
Malke at 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
id. .". in the Caribbean Hotel, its
resident. Menashe Hirsch. has an-
nounced. Guest speaker will be
labbi Berel Wein. spiritual leader
i Beth Israel Synagogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Modansky,
atrons of the school, will be the
onorees at the event, which is
:elng held in celebration of the
mblication of the fiist annual
)holei Torah Journal Yearbook..
" :abbi Abraham Koi f. executive
lircctor of the school, which r.ow
OUtS an emoiimcnt of more than
' 20 students, announced. The Mo-
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: ridav, Oct. 2. Children's services
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Friday. September 25. 1970
+Jmhi> ftorSdiiain
Page 3-A
$20 Million Bond Drive
To Be Launched Sunday
Responding swiftly to PhimeMln-
stcr Gotta Meir's appeal for Inten-
ncial aid from the Ami. .-
Rabbinical Association Resolution
i
MA7. GfN. YITZHAK HOW
can Jewish community, Great-i-
Miami Israel Bond leaders schedu-
, ,i a dinner meeting for the foi:-
i in Hotel Sunday evening, I i
) a drive for a record $20
nillion in bond sales in the nevt
is The dinner will be
:,! Room starting at
5: i
Miami tO brief >:.:-
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. Maj. Gen. Yit/.'.i il<
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three wars. Prior to assuming his
present post as Director of Mili-
tary Training of Israel's Defense
Forces, Maj. Gen. Hoffi was a
senior officer at staff headquart-
ers of the Aimed Forces and play-
ed a key role in the Six-Pay War
in 1967.
The recoro Miami Israel Bond
goal is part of the worldwide cam-
paign for the sale of $300 million
in Israel Bonds which was launch
erl to bolster the economy of the
Stale of Israel in the pr genl
crisis.
Roth the worldwide and the Mi-
ami goals were set in response )>
a call by Prime Minister GSoida
Meir and other Israel government
; leaders for a large scale mobilisa-
tion of financial resources to enable
| Israel to carry on its immigration
and development program despite
the current crisis.
Maj. Gen. Hoffi, a native Is-
raeli, has spent his adult lifetime
in the service of Israel, having
joined the Jewish defense forci'S
under the British Mandate after
graduation from high school. His
military training has incl id fl
study at the Staff College at Forl
Leavenworth, Kan.
G :!. H rffi srved with a p
le in the Sinai Cam-
paign in 1956, during Isr u I's W r
ol ii nee in i'';'; he co
manded a i of trooj
hi houl Israel from the
Galilee to the Negev.
In keeping with the family ;. i-
dition, his older danghter is serv-
ing In Nahal, the organization young Israelis that combines farm-
ing with Iwrder protection.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation, president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, has released the resolution
issued this week by the Associa-
tion calling upon the Jewish com-
munity to offer its full support i
to the peopl) of Israel during this
most critical period. The text of I
the resolution reads:
WHEREAS, the concern for the
well being of one's fellow Jews has
always been a Vital part of Jewish
responsibility, and
WHEREAS, the state of Israel
finds itself beset by critical dan-
gers from military, economic and
political hazards, and
WHEREAS, the call has gone
out from Israel (through its Prime
Minister, .Mrs. Golda Meir), for
greater support from American
Jewry,
THFRKFORK, the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami calls
upon all Rabbis in the community
to bring the message of Israel's
needs to the attention of their
congregants during the High Holy
Days.
It further calls upon all congre-
gations to stress full participation
i.f their memberships In the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
. ency Fund campaign for
1970.
"To be a full-fledged memb r
In a congregation," said Rabbi
Landau, "one should be a partici-
pating and contributing member
in ihe Jewish pet pie. The Associa-
tion has asked Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service, and
executive vice president of the As-
sociation, to begin the procedures | est possible date, in order to in -
I necessary to convene a leadership I plement the spirit of this resolv-
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Comment

Number 39
25 ELUL
Basic Issue Behind Continuing Crises
As the action in the Middle East shifts almost daily
from crisis to new crisis, behind the dramatic events which
are headlined all over the world the basic issue still re-
mains one to be settled by Israel and the Palestine Arabs.
It is well to recall, as we watch with dismay the strug-
gle that appears to be involving the United States and the
Soviet Union, that the position of the great powers has often
shifted. In 1948. Israel was supported by Russia and the
United States. In 1956, it was France and England who
backed Israel while the United States and Russia put pres-
sure on Israel to withdraw from Sinai without a prior peace
agreement. In 19G7, it was the United States which backed
Israel, and the French and Russians supported the Arabs.
But the real conflict, in the opinion of thoughtful Israelis,
is not among the Big Four but between two movements of
national liberation. This long-held view is supported by the
latest crisis which finds the Palestinian Arab guerrillas
unwilling to be leashed while the rulers of Egypt and Jor-
dan, recognizing the futility of trying to destroy Israel, have
made a small step toward accomodation, if not peace.
One serious Israeli viewpoint is that if the El Fatah
were to take control of East Jordan, which is mainly Pales-
tinian in origin, the Palestinians would have their own sov-
ereign identity. Whether this would satisfy themor for
that matter Israelis a question which still has to be de-
termined as events unfold. One thing is certain, however,
and that is that the Palestinian Arab question must remain
high on the agenda if the Middle Eust is ever to settle
down to the business of peace and development lor all the
peoples of that long-troubled area.
Search Should Be Encouraged
The new college yea; begins with a new look for Jew-
ish students on many campuses throughout the United
States. The resurgence of interest in Jewish history and
identity is reflected by the many courses in Judaism offered
for the first time. In our community, such courses are being
offered for credit at the University of Miami and at both the
North and South campuses of Miami-Dade Junior College.
Partly because of the development of anti-Zionist ph5-
losophy by the extreme left, the past several years have
seen the rise of campus organizations which axe radical ir,
nature but Jewish in orientation. These groups seek greater
Jewish education since they identify their radical actions ar.
springing from their Jewish past without too much knowl-
edge of their own history. They identify with Israel, bu.
more the Israel of the kibbutzim than of the tourist stops
The students represent an important pert of the future r
American Judaism and their search for their own Identity
3S Jews should ba encouraged and not misunderstood.
Deal Is An Official Secret
American involvement in the Middle East may be hurt
by the secret deal made last August which gave Spa-'n
$300 million in loans and credits for the five-year rental of
three airfields in Franco-land. Well-informed sources at the
time sedd -hat the use of those airfields would be forbidde.;
for military operations involving the Arcb states and Is-
rael. Despite efforts by the Senate Foreiqn Relations Com-
:e *o aet testimony from th? State Department on the
deal, it s:ill is en official secret ana provides another sorry
example of secret maneuvering by that branch of govern-
ment.
Judaism, as most of us knew,
is a seasonal practice and the
"season" is now upon us. In
the best tradition of our people,
Jews will be joining synagogues
or seeking to buy tickets for
the High Holy Days. They will
pour out in vast numbers to
services on Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur. a very high p -
centage of them acting out the
old joke about "revolving Jews
in on Rosh Hashanah and out
on Yom Kippur." The best evi-
dence of that is the attendance
on Succos which, for any n'im-
ber ot congregations, would bare-
ly attract a minyan if it weren't
for young people remaining nut
of school for a holiday.
Just as resort ix-ople look anxi-
ously forward to The Season,"
the synagogues are dei>endciit
for much of their resources .lur-
ing a full year of operation on
what happens during their "Sea-
son." The outlook for the year
5731 is not promising, if t'.ie
early reports throughout the
country are any indication.
If anyone in Washington stili
doubts there is a recession in ;iie
United States, churches and
synagogues will be happy to set
the record straight. They have
learned the signs only too wvlL
For the relieious dollar is the
first to be withheld when there
Is a pinch, and there are few
institutions which are not ?on-
cerned with smaller and fewer
contributions.
This is a somewhat dreary
view of the hold Judaism has
on the Jewish people and it about
equals the dreary view of the
synagogues that some of our out-
standing rabbis express despite
their knowledge (but not neces-
sarily understanding) of the
dreary record.
Just last week, a group of
Jewish scholars regaled a con-
ference of the National Council
of Jewish Women with all the
faults of Jewish life in America.
I do not think it is without sig-
nificance that the conference
was held in the Eallsview Ho-
tel ir. the Catskills (maybe not
as lush as Grossinger's or the
Concord, but a good example of
the Jewish "values" they fault-
ed i and not in a synagogue or
other institution of learning.
In that setting it seemed a
little incongruous for Rabbi Arth-
ur Hertzberg to "score" the syna-
gogues for being more concerned
about their budgets and member-
ships than about the minds and
hearts of the college generation.
For many of those budgets and
memberships are affected by a
life-style which denies funds to
svnagogue programs while not
skimping on the kind of living
Fallsview represents. A com-
mon sorrow the synagogues share
is the wealthy member who cuts
back his contribution after re-
turning from an expensive tour
around the world.
No one involved in American
synagogue life is smug about it.
nor will anyone deny there are
many faults. On the one hand
there is Rabbi Irving Green-berg
the Orthodox scholar and oro-
fessor of history at Yeshiva Uni-
versity, who says that the syna-
gogue has failed to re'ate Juda-
ism to contemporary life. (Inci-
dentally. h will speak on the
future of the synagogue during
the Temple Israel Sunday morn-
ing lecture series this venr.) In
contrast there is Rabbi Hertz-
by EDWARD COHEN
berg (another in the series) who
in a different context a year
ago, charged that the synagoquj
was devoting too much of ,l;
resources to social action. The
dilemma for the synagogue, ob.
viously, is one it shares will
contemporary society. It is damn-
ed for changing and damned ,f
it doesn't.
Much as Rabbi Hertzberg >
others may deplore it, the -
gogue is part of the Jewish c > n-
munity's search for priorities.
If it has failed to educate ;ts
youngand that is a deba'
statement, despite the ease with
which it is madeit is because
Jewish education has never ie-
ceived an adequate budget.
If, as Rabbi Greercbcrg would
have it. "Judaism, with its in.
sistence on the primacy of hu-
man values, could offer the
young an alternative value sys-
tem to the American ethos, with
its worship of enterprise, pro-
ductivity and profit," the only
institution which is COncer 1
with Judaism is probably the
most financially neglected of a.l
the Jewish community.
Much as he may have neglect'
ed its observances, the J. w
through history has survivi 1
through his basis in Judaism :.'.
the flow into the synagogu- i
these High Holy Days is a confi -
mation. no matter how grudg:n~
of that foundation.
Should that foundation be un-
dermined completely, not by .sl-
id criticism, tvit by neglect iri
misunderstanding of the roil
of the synagogue, neither Ju -
ism nor the Jewish people may
be around to obcerve the sixth
millenia.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Daily, the
story of the mess we have got
ourselves into in the Middle East
becomes longer, nastier and more
ominous. Until now. for example,
there has been no published sug-
gestion that others besides the
Egyptians have been cheating o.i
the promised standstill cease-
fiie with Israel.
In a sense, of course, this was
always a distinction without a
difference; for the Soviets today-
are the effective masters of
Egypt. But the more wishful pol-
icy-makers were still given to
pointing out that the crucial mili-
tary standstill had; only been
violated by forward movem?r.H
of SAM-2 antiaircraft miss
which have Egyptian crews.
Even that comfort has now
been snatched from the ->
deceivers, however. In the past
week, two new SAM-3 b,
ions having four missile-laund-
ers apiece, have been moved up
to positions about 30 kUomet I
from the Suez Canal.
The very advanced, highly -
cret SAM-3s can kill planes at
very low altitudes. And they ire
well-known to be manned in-
clusively by Soviet troops. A A
Russian soldiers also man eic'i
SAM-3 battalion's accompa:
antiaircraft guns.
In this connection, it Is w
remember the promise give
both the Egyptians and till
\iets, prior t> the cease-fir
was a promise and hen'
quo! tion comes from the
I paper that M
and Cairo accepted to n
military -'
quo within t i zone ext m
kilometers ... to the v
th > cease-fire ;.e."
The cc*e-nre line was i
can il itself, of course, Th -
i Sovl
every b'1 is f] tgrant as the
ting Somehow,
nuts, an ever blacker tin
the lies Soviet .v
to'i Doha] to St S '_
I :..-. n in I the 1
other representatives of '
\ it p,i\i-n""""t also told hi
M 00b Beam.
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Friday, September 25, 1370
Temple Israel Formally
Installs Assistant Rabbi
Formal installation <>f
ab'-.i Barry Tabachnlkoff, 28, .is
-; ml rabbi at Temple Israel
Greater Miami will take plac?
its '"iii.i> nijit during the wor-
lip services .ii Miami's pioneer
-"-f.i in Jewish congregation. Dr.
iscpti R. Marot, senior rabbi, and
a. Garfieki, president of
emple Israel, will conduct U;e
-i i ..; Ion.
Rabbi Tabachnlkoff, who wai
d i" 1968 at the H
nion College, after n eeivin : his
..\. dej ee in Politic il Sc
mi the University of Pennsyl-
came here last June fvom
t, l ouis wh re he ho I >r> I
i ears
5ha i Emeth.
and taught in the Junior High
School. For three years he direct-
ed tlu* Hebrew Union Oollczo
R r mikoff as bo.'n i'i
i lyn, N V.. an i i ilsed In Phil-
he ittended C
i Seho il. His musical stu h<
icluded \ i i'm. piano, cli
..' :i. as well as Jew ish
tu >. He taught at Kn -sw th
Israel and the Mount Airy Jewish
[Unity Center in Philadelphia.
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Rabbi Tabachnikoffs wife. Liu
former Paula Sperling, is a native
of Norfolk, v.;.. and graduated
from the University of Cincin-
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tour ol brae] and Europe recent-
ly under the sponsorship of the
Hebrew Academy |
Installing Officers
A highlight ol the initial meet-
in!; ut the Hebrew Academy's.
Board of Directors, Trustees and.
genera] membership, which will
take place at a 9:15 pjn. Saturday :
supper in the Eden Hoc Hotel, will
be the installation of the officers I
and directors elected to serve f|
the coming year. Louis Merw it/er
will be installed for a seventh
term as president of the school.
which has an 800-student enroll-
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senior high school departments.
He and the other officers will be
given the oath of office by Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the educational institution.
Oscar B. Mamber, chairman of
the Board of Admissions, will give
a report on admissions policies and I
the number of scholarships grant-
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i nrollmi nt in the school's history
have been awarded scholarships,
and a deficit must be met as a re-
sult of the large percentage of
p< i dy cast s.
Leonard Glasser. architect of .
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Jrnist) fkjr/dfg^n
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letters to the editor
Director, Teacher Named
EDITOR The Jmvisli Florldisui:
i hope you win accord me thej
same right of fede speech you ao|
cord Edward Cohen, in his column
Comment" of Friday, September
11. 1370.
After reading Mr. Cohen's col-
umn, week in and week out, I be-
rin (D wonder where Mr. Cohen
gets his credentials for so much
expert knowledge, particularly in
the field ol" Judaism. How much
Talmudic background does Mr. Co
hen have? How much of an au-
thority is Mr, Cohen on the Bible?
Where does Mr. Cohen get his j
chutzpa to soeak so d's-
|y of RabMs and Tal-
. >lars?
Mr. Cohen says "They (Ortho-
Rabbis) speak for a few- |
. e .'.itions :\re small, th I*
ng among their own eol-
- even less." Since when in
scholarship measured by the siz",
of the congregation a Rabbi leads?
What special privileges is a FtibW
of a larger congregation entitled
lo that would br> denied the RabM
of ii smaller congregation? Mr. d,
hen says that his congregation
numbers 3.000 members. Does he
know thai his congregation is the
only one in Miami which refuses to
participate in an Israel Bond'
campaign? Does be know that in
i Bulletin of his congregation, his
wrote an editorial entitled
Kid; r ii and Wouk" in which iho
Rabbi likens Wouk to Eicbman bi -
:ause both take orders from (
power? I still have a copy
lhat Bulletin.
Mr. Cohen resorts to name rail-
ing vvl en he refers to Rwbbi Web-
trman as "the darling of a larg*
(ongn Ration of John Birch" I *,
i ^ tremists of all kind-:
Semites, as he pleads f r
the return of Bible readings in tlv
schools." How sacrosanct does Mr I
Cohen think he is? Tliis, too, is;
bra/en chutzpa.
Mr. Cohen states further in h'J
column, that Rabbi Captan "has
not shunned the company of Con-
servative Rabbis in the com.null-
ity." Does Mr. Cohen imply that I
am a tetter man and Rabbi foi
it. and that he who is not a mem-'
ber of the Rabbinical Association I
is less worthy or qualified? Howl
dare Mr. Cohen sit in judgment of
ihe Rabbis of our community.'
What lie says should not find its
way Into a family newspaper.
Mr. Cohen has the chutzpa to
challenge the reliability of a state-
ment I made to the Miami Herald
with regard to my findings on ih<|
irowth and development of Orth >
dox Judaism in Montreal and To-
ronto. Does Mr. Cohen know the
Jewish communities of Montreal]
and Toronto? As a native of the
Jewish community of that metrop-j
oils, I have paid numerous visits I
to the city of Toronto, where 1
have family, and have in lik
measure observed the progress of
Orthodox Judaism in that grow-;
ing sommunity. Mr. Cohen with
Ulg community. Mr. Cohen With
ground, would prefer to judge ev-
ery other city by the Jewish com-,
muniiy of Miami. Is it possible
that Mr. Cohen is so moti\ ltd
by hatred for Orthodoxy that he
has lost all reason? There is no
one as blind as the one who iocs
not want to see.
I would refer Mr. Cohen lo the
last paragraph in bis column, in'
which he says. "I regret that the
Orthodox leadership has not e.\-'
praised some restraint in their ul-
By Hashachar, Young Judea
tunatcly futile effort to ex-com-
municate all other Jews." What
is your practice Mr. Cohen? Hc-
straint ?
KARRI JONAH K. CAIM.A.S.
Sky Luke Synajjogue
EDITOR, The Jewish Floriiliiiu:
The last piisonous article by |
Edward Cohen who assassinates
the character of Orthodoxy, and
Orthodox Rabbis in particular was
the straw that broke the camci'si
back. The fact that the Jewish
Floridian is keeping such a man on
its payroll and permitting SUCH
trash to be printed, casts doubt
on its right to call itself "The
Jewish Floridian."
The personalities Involved sum
do not need the blessing of Mr. Co '
hen. 1 am sure that the authoi
of the "Comment" never heard of
the scores of publications through-
out the world that regularly carry
the official rulings of Rabbi Stern
on Jewish Law. As early as 1930
Rabbi Stern who quoted in th"!
published work of the late Chief
Rabbi Stern was quoted in the
Halachic authorities of our times.
Orthodoxy is far from in its in,nl
gasp. Edward Cohen and his kin !
are but a passing plague on the
Jewish scene, and only those wh i
seek smut and walk in dirty
leys and paddle in murky water'
are contaminated and infected i...
disease carrying idolatry.
ALFRED LDSBER
Miami Ileach
As the 1970-71 'dbason began,
the Radassah Zionist Youth Com-
mission of Greater .Miami an- ;
nounccd the appointment of a new
director and a new teacher for
Kashachar, Young Judaea.
George Fleischer, who recently
completed work on his Master's ,
degree at Mi mphis State Univer- j
sity, Memphis, Tenn.. will be serv- !
ing as City Director and also as I
Florida Regional Director of Hash-
achar. He and his wife, Kva, nnd |
their daughters, Robin, 10. and j
Amy. 3, will be living in North
Miami.
Also living in North Miami is i
Joseph Avissar, the new teacher,
bis wife, Verda, and their 3-year-
old daughter and two-month-old
son, Mr, Avissar, who came hero :
from Jerusalem, where he has been
making his home, holds an M.A.
degree from the Tel Aviv Institute
of Communications and previously
worked as a journalist and news-
paper editor in Tel Aviv.
Aley Spitalnick, the young im-
aginative program director of the
23 Young Judaea groups of Greater
Miami, has unveiled plans for a
full school year of activities, in-
cluding seminars, conclaves, and a
winter convention.
"One of the main goals'," Mr.
Spitalnick reported, "is to attaii
a high degree of concern and com-
mitment for Young Judaea Zionist
goals and principles by each mem-
ber" It is hoped that the programs,
which include Israeli dances am
songs, arts ami crafts, creativi
writing, sports, films, discussioi
groups and the like, will lead t<
< njoyment, learning and commit
men! for all those involved in this
Jewish youth movement.
Students between the ages of 9
and 18 are urged to call the Ha-
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for details about joining a group
The Junior group is for grades 4-l"
Intermediate is for grades 7 and s
and Students ii) glades 9 to 12 BX<
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+Jewish fhrkSiar
Friday, September 25, !9"3
Mrs. Meir Says Nixon
Shows Understanding
Con't from Page 1-A
standing had been increased.
Washington press reports yes-
terday claimed that the Meir-
Nixon talks ended in an impasse
On military and economic aid to
Israel, but Mrs. Meir said in her
taped broadcast that she came |
to th" I'nited States with a larger
"shopping list" than on her pre-
vious visit, a year ago. Diplo-
matic sources in Washington
said today there was no "imp.is-
se" but noted that wide-ranging
commitments shou'd not be ex-
pected from limited meeting;
and the absence of full-scale
VS. backing for Israel's po-
tion in the current crisis was not
a reason for pessimism.
Mrs. Meir reportedly took lo
Washington major requests for
new military equipment and for
aid for Israel's economy, stagger-
ing under unprecedented mili-
tary burdens. Informed sources
said President Nixon is deter-
mined to maintain the Middle
East power balance by beefing
up Israel's military a"a economic
streugth.
There was no indication that
he attached any strings to such
aid or made it contingent on
Israel's return to the Jarring
peace talks. The Washington
Post claimed, however, that 133.
aid to Israel would be "doled
out in small amounts."
At her j/ress conference in
Washington, Premier Meir In-
sisted that under present condi-
tions Israel vould not return to
the Jarring talks even if the
United States supplied it with
enough arms to counter-bal-
ance the Soviet supplies to Egypt
"We need modern arms regard-
less of what happens on '.he
other side of the (Suez) Can-il."
she said. "But it is a matter of
principle with Israel. Nations
mat inane ntrceinents rc ex-
pected to abide by their agi ee>
ments."
The Israeli Premier told her
press coi.f' mice audience that
Israel would not resume fight-
ing :n the Suez Canal zon^ if
the other side did not start sh K>t-
ing. "We have won the war :ir.d
we have always said that w will not sit at a table speaktnc
as a victor to the vanquished
Neither do we want to sit down
with Egyptians who didn't keep
their promise, because every
time wc don't agree, we will in-
threatened by missiles in the
Sue.' area."
Mrs. Meir described her talks
with President Nixon only in
general terms. Informed sources
said, however, the two leaders
had discussed the question of
Israel's future Sirders. using
map?, hut failed to reach a.:
agreement. The sources said
that Mrs. Meir left the Presi-
dent with "a very' clear pic-
ture" of the points beyond
which Israel would not withdraw
from occupied Arab territories.
and that Mr. Nixon stressed that
the I'nited States expects Israel
to enter negotiatiens on with-
drawal with :i willingness i i
compromise and without pre-
, mc .: ed notions what hi i
final borders would be.
Mrs. Meir in I President Nix-
on adso discussed the fhrhtln
Jordan and the plight of 54 sir-
line hijack victims stui hold hos-
tage by the Popular Front foi
the Liberation of Palestine. -'.:
Meir said in her Jerusalem br -11
c'.s-.- that the United States hai
taken a firm stand and is no.
preoared to abandon Its citiz >-
The Soviet Communist Party
newspaper Pravda commci I
yesterday that Premier M fir's
visit to Washington came at
time "hen some Americans wero
calling for armed Intervention in
Jordan on the "pret t" of pro-
tecting U.S. citizens
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The Vlinistry spokesman said
Mr. Shemtovs statement that
Arab terrorists may be respon-
sible lor toe spread of cholera
ms in Israel was only an
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to support it.
One possible source of the dis-
ease, known to be transmitt-d
through germ-carrying wai r,
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^Jen-isti FicridfcHfn
9-A
Youth Not Alienated, Bui
Neglected, Conclave Told
i
V YORK (JTAI Judaism
, i have instant answers to
rica'a social and ethical
, i but it could make an
, portanl contribution to Amc.i-
, i U J its values and traditions
imparted to Jewish youth,
i to Rabbi Irving Gretn-
rc-fessor of history at Yeah-
i iy.
j)r. x- was one of sov-
abbia and scholars who nd
cUessei a three-day conference on
c meK'-i.ry problems of Jewish
nth tbeii religious and cultural
sponsored by the N'.i-
tonal Council of Jewish Women
,.H(. Now York. The Con-
f, also hoard from three nrH'i-
students who indited the
synagogue and nat.onai Jewish o.-
ations for beine "lethargic
i
I tjuate and unrosp insive I > the
needs ol youth." Their compl unt
was echoed by Rabbi Arthur II .-/-'
I er ;. lecturer in Jewish historj at]
Columbia and P inceton Umvc--
Sitli i. "Jewish youth is not al -
ated It has been neglected by the'
adult Jewish community." ho told
the 150 Council members. H ala i
scored synagogues for being "more
concerned wfth bud"".'; and metr-l
bership than transmitting the et!i-
ics ani values th.-t have caused Ju-
daism to endure."
Rabbi Greenberg asserted ,-.hat|
synagogues, Jewish organizations
uid American Jews as individu i's
have failed to relate Judaism fi
contemporary life. He character-
ized Jewish life i-. this country *
"thin a>'d i*Tvn'eris*ed ndtui ilh
'nd in terms i I living human < ;-
perl ace."
Another spei ker, Isaac Toubii.
executive vice president of t:-e
Ann rican As >ciath>n for J< .
Ec'ucntlon, said that "one of the
health.', by-products of the b'ack
push for recognition in education
is tile new awareness that Ameri-
can culture is a linkage and cro3S
fertilization of the histories and
Ideals nl many peoples." This con-'
cept has profound implications for
Jewish education, he said.
I
Prof. Marshall Sklare, of Bl in-
dies University, dec'ared that Jew-
ish families attempting to ImpartI
'Jewishness" to their young are
confronted with a "much more >
pervasive and distinctive youth cul-
ture and faces competition from
the >oungster's peer group. Added I
to this problem," he said, "is th"
fact that today's parents have less
Jewish culture to transmit thai
prior generation:.." Jewish com-
munities will have to s-ironloTie.it
the parents' efforts to Inst "
Ish identity in the you
Miss lTinnah Stein, executive di
rioter of the National Council .
.; i if h Wo '.. n ai i ounc d tli
I
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-Jeirlsti ncridfidn
Friday, September 25,
Rosh Hashanah Ushered In This Week
,,. BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA- 'Ask The Babbl Question and Answ-
,e Greater Miam, arc. w II. ffcV agMa**-. *.* Jer.^; Wi^y tM
beciimM Wednesday W- HMhTw CONOMSATIfiS- "^ffiST* -W '"vT'Z^
By except TOT a Dumber Oil 1242 Washington Ave Orthodox. am. Sermon: nh'' ':"' ,' siVo.
'Synagogues and temples throughout the
11 -li. r in the New Year 57:51 with sen-ices
nine anil continuing on Thursday and Friday .i-^.ih .0. .. .......... -.. i.-..iii-,v s f siio-
Reform templei which conclude their observance of the Holy Days ^Opljmmgfe am [^VTm.1 K i'
ROSH HASHANAH: Wednesday ':"" World."
,,__1 I. in tIiui-mIhv 11.111, ami p.m. Frl-
Rosh Hashanah synagogue service is th !,,'" K'"'m. young
^TSgHSoI 0* Rosh Hashanah synaRORue senice is ,h- J- ,' _^^"' ....... '""Iv^HJ, ^^fJljSBa
Bounding of the Shofar, or ram's horn, which calls upon man l0i EMANU.EL ,tem"ple). 1701 wh. Rabbi Nattaii Porush.
waken to his moral obligations to God and to his fellow-man. mgton Awe. Conservative. Rabbi irv. Friday
Bafurday
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
HAilANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BFTH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday B:1S p.m. Bpeclal Service of
Music and Meditation in "The
penitential Mood "
ROSH hashanah: Wednesday 8:15
p.m. Bermon; "Th.- Harden Of !..
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
in. Bermon and
Does it Really Matter?
Bhnfar. Bermon:
vi. !:Xfl l'.ni. Friday 10 am. Saturday 12 midnight. Sellehot Ser.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree ------.. vires
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave. rosh HASHANAH: Wednesday 7
G'nis 5 Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger. | Thursda) 9 a m Bermon:
Prophet or Psycopath?" Mlncha
7 p.m. Friday I a.m. Sermon: a. K.
1" Means?"
P0MPAN0 BtACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Awe.
Conservative. Haobi Morns A. *>kop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine.
50
1- a Jew?" 5 r m Adults Only. Ser-
mon same. Thursday 10 a m. Adults
,.. ij m Children"* Ben lc< Bi 1
0 p m "Dope < r Hope.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Ralibi Sol Landau
Cantor William W Lipson.
, ,,, nnd Mi p.m Guest
;.. 1: h Oordl* roplr;
.' nil B>
Torah Lesson
n Thursday B:S0 n m Bermnm: "Th.
Art of Waiting-." Mlncha 6 p.m Fri-
day 8:8 a ni Bermon: "Faith in a
Better Tomorrow."
ZION (TEMPLE")* 6OO0 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. :
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 7:S p.m. Saturday > a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: arant, son of Mr. and Mrs
Martin Levin. Sellehot Service II mm-
Sad night.
Irian, son of Mrs. Oscar r0Sh HASANAH: Nednesdaj p.m.
I p.m Mlncha. I:S0 Thursdaj 8 a.m :15 a.m Reading of
s Ouesl Speaker: ,,. Torah. Bhofar. Mlncha 6:48 inn
topic: "The Mean- Friday a.m '.'.!" a.m. K.-aninc m
i r of Jew Ish Exist* lice
rosh hashanah: Thursday morn-
Dawn of Mes-
" Frida* ni
-... Fa< Within A Face.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho.
dox. Rabbi Solonion Schiff 5
p.m Sa urdaj ? a.m
1 m Mlncha.
- i '
ROSH hashanah: Wednesday .
-a m Si
Sew Year A Bet
; pm. F
. : e and R<
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
Friday ti >' p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. Si-ll-
.-11 Services 12 midnight
ROSH HASHANAH: Wednesday fi 1
p.m. Thursday 8 a.m. Sermon: "Israel
Faces A ChajWnfe." Mlncha 8:45 p.m
Friday 8 a.m. Bermon: "The Shofar
Sounds Tin- Alarm."
MENORAH (TEMPLEI. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bai
Mitsvah: Robert, son of Mr, and Mr-
Karl Moakowlts. Sellchoa Services 12
midnight.
rosh hashanah: Wednesda) 7 10
p.m Thursday 8 a.m. Shofar 8:45 m.
Mlncha 7:M p.m. Friday am Tor h
Reading 8:1S a.m. Shofar 9:4: *.m.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Klein.
a "' '
THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
tin- Torah. shof.it
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirscnenbaum. 35
Saturday 18 midnight Bellchol Ser-
\ .- Sermon: "The Still Small '
1 -* 1
ROSH HASHANAH: Wednesdaj Saturda) Sellchoth Service ll:3fl pin
\ Bervire S p.m Sermon: "ThelSermon: "SellchothThe Mldnli
Maaii World t'f The Hlarh Holy Day? Ufe.
Thursday 8 a.m Sem w ,n All ROSH HANSHANAH: \s ,1:.
Is Palllnp ApartHow I1" We Put
; .) 1. Set
. But It 1- True."
'
M1AV.: BEACH
GLa^gu-j fts isstL
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Die
. :*. Saturdas 8: IS a m
-.....~'

ROSH HASHANAH: \
. ., m s. mon:
Sermon: S-r.-mfli
p.m. thursday v a.m Sermon "Thi
\,.w' Cleneration." Mlncha ( 15 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. Benin :.. 1" Lost
i lenerai
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
U Sellchoth 12 mid- sephardic jewish center. 6js
1
1
- .. m. Si 1-
A C Stl
BETH TOV (Temple). 643S SW 8th
St. Conservat ve RaL-bi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hmkes P
Satu
s os S Bht
- \".\u. Wi dm "day 7
S
'. 1 ': 7

t
RCSH HASHANAH: Wl '
.... .. iUr Jay s a.m
.
HashanahJu '
B
. S n Pi -
iver Life's Sis Hi ance."
Collms Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
- m might. Bel
RG3H HASHANAH: V, .:
p,m. Tl -> ni Sermi 11 "Part-
ing and Bindinc Pi iday am.
1 nir Fathi r < >ur
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. IS42-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
i .. 1." p m. Saturda) 8:30 a m
ROSH HASHANAH: V. ..-..-. > '. 4"
i-ni Thursday v '' .1 m, Sermon "L'n-
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave deraUndinB G-d." Mlncha 8:45 p.m
Orthodox. Rabbi Shniaryahu T. Sw,r.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 47)th St. Orthodox.
Rahbi Berel Wein
ROSH HASHANAH V.
p m Thurs I 4 6:20 p m
. 1:45 ..111.
Frida) B" rn* n: "I'nder-
ROSH HASHAN
I H Bermon:
I Tl-- ly
. -
. Po V -u W. Me '
-
ISRAELTE CiNTER 3-75 SW 25th
St. Conservat.ve. Ratbi Avrom L.
Drazin Canter Nathan Parnass. 11
s.nurd :' Rl M
. r l
1. "Ai
Sell-
-
ROSH SHANAH:
y m m S. r-
,| ,
"I :
m Frida) i 80 m Bermon:
"How shall We Measure Ufe."
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEI. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
NORTH M'AMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
Nitzovim- Vayelech
NITZOVIM-VAYKI.IX'H Moses, continuing his third
course with the children oi Israel as thej si I M o;
the borders of the Promised Land, makes 11 very cl ax to th
that each person will consider himself as ha< li lore the
Lord to enter into the covenant with Him. Lot n th nk
that because of God's promise to establish Israel as His people
the individual's iniquities would be overlooked for that typi
attitude and bt havior would involve the whole community in th
disasters of destruction and exile. It should not be too diffic
for anyone to observe the commandments of God, for the com-
mandments are not beyond man's capacity or reach, but withi
his understanding and will.
Moses was r.'O yean old whi n he announced thai his lead, r-
was drawing to its close and deel ired that J< shua had b en
chosen by God as his successor to take command and lead the
Israelites to victory. In the presence of the whole assembly,
Moses urged Joshua to be strong and ol I and t i
place his trust in Gad.
Moses then committed the Law to v riting, delivered it to "
tts an : ejd> rs and charged them to have it read public)}
th Feast of Tabernacles, at the < ml of each sabbatical year, I
the Israelites assombled at the central sanctuary. In t'tis
man. woman and child would hear, study and observe the tcach-
orah.
God disclosed the future course of Israel's history to U
After his death, the |>cople would worship idols and arouse God's
r against them: they would lie conquered by other nations
and experience great pain and suffering. Moses was told to com-
a song and teach it to the people until they knew it by
heart: in time to come, when the threatened punishment came,
this song would bear witness that they had been forewarned by
God of the consequences of their iniquity, and it would serve t
give them inspiration and determination to return to the Woru
of God. God would have compassion upon them and restore them
to their land and they would once again enjoy the blessings of
obedience. (Deut. 29:9-31:30).
i

Th
coop,
Mian
Co
sr-r.
page it prepared" in
u.'-i tiie Grastsf
Rdbtn'niCd) Association.
dm.:t.iT of the feature*
5 here is
RA il MAXWELL BERGER
inintuiil Leade' of
Temple Zamora
a.m. s
Bar Mltsvah: Hut-':, son of Mr. .
Mrs AlJ.Xemets. --U.-v.iluti.Mi r
ROSH HASHANAH m VrUUv
Spirit; ii w Does n Atrect ,-. ., g -, ., s.
- -" Wednesda) 8:15 p.i .. .,,.,,, Tll Overcome the
i, m Bermon nemocrao Frustration."
Thursda) :la a.iri Sermon: ROSH HASHANAH AuxlUar) Ser-
Israel" FIrday 8:13 a.m Sermon: .. ,.u. ... ,;,,, Sl T: .
'
936 Euclid Ave. Or.
eph E. Rackov.
22
I issspM BETH TFILAH. 936 I
Coral Goblet tnodox. Rabbi jose
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f&lh'nicat television f^ro^ratn*
s,.pt. l~Ch, I. BaM a.m. The First Estate.
Topic: "I'hanging Family Patterns"
Guest: Loon D. Fisher. Executive Director.
Jew ish Family and Children's Service
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Panel: Rabbi Avrom L. Draadrr. rrraBcntativcs from
the Archdiocese of Miami and the Fellowship of
Churches.
u. m,....i .1 ,i;' Mideast, T. .-- IK'-J
BE
uinely wants peace in the Middlo c ano *bd she iw
East and said he was still ich." -'.h1.^
tact with N ssi nd
I Nasser ii invite him i -~i~~wrm' I
u i- r \\ -i esd ij I
|i m. (Ma nctuary). Thuraday
in sermon i'.::> a.m shofar Latro again Tor expl talks."
- "'-''" Dr. Goldmann, who created i fu-
a.m. Shofar il a in. ,
re In brae) last year when :-.
Bc^n,,^,HveAEf7b,b4f,cna^.e,.83Rub,l "^ "* I^' fventment -e
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36 approve his acceptance Of an .'.'-
S.NA. (TEMpITiVnobth DADE ^ew-! :: yit:, ion from N,,--- to
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform meet in Cairo to explore Mid .,-t
frvln" s^uTkes^ Km*"y C'n,j5 P*a rxissi'rilitics on a priv.it ir.-
Saturda) ,. nn.i.-nrhi Bel I Bar- dividual basis, has conle under
hitter attack from Israeli
Zionist officials for his past criti
oism of Israeli foreign policy ,n 1
vacaoy of a "neutralized" Is-
rael whose a>curity would be
guaranteed by the world powers
rosh hashanah: Wednesday *
P m. ThunHla) Childn Service 8
a m A.luit S* i \ am.
.
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE t81S1 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 33
p in Saturday :< 1
-
l p.m. B 8 rice 1 am. Sermon:
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?">. in order to insure publi-
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If Israel had agreed after the
.


Friday, September 25, 1970
+Jenlslh Florad/faur
Page 1!A

.
I
C7Zc PZaoti Sptma \from (\Jlic jPitlpit
......
* ..
Selichoth 1970
enemy. This commandment super-
cedes many other commandments
of the Torah. So why arc w
surprised thai Jew* are again :. i
i|!" held foi i.ii, ,-.,i by a ruthJc j
en .r,>'-' Vs. mj friends, ii I tti ;
tragedy ol n nation when :iight \
looks through the windows ol his I
SOUL'S.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
24 ELIJL 6:54 ''
fvibiRubcl
ii. BABB1 CHARLES M. BUUEL
I ongregation Bfaal Raphael
>,'. Cryoul In the night, Pom
thine heart like water before
Hi i.-ni." This m turnful lament ul
the p r o p h e 1
lament of the
Jeremiah In lb/i
Book of Lamen-
tations is (|ji,.>
appropriate for
Selichoth night
1970.
All the Jew cryi
do at this criti-
cal stage of Jew-
ish history is to
cry out I) th
I.-rd for hi I]
The .'"-\ ind i>'.
the State of Is-
i to lay; he Is for] v
! I- en by his friends. "Ei"
i al mi Lehishoen" we have
no one lo lean upon, only the true
.md trusted friend of Israel c; -d
Himself, and also the Jewish peo-
ple in all the lands of the Dia-
Bpora.
France has completely aban-
doned it- former friendship for the
State of Israel: Britain is luke-
wnrm and straddling the fence.
ns is our very own United Stat .
Wh it has hapDened to the Unite !
States of William Howard Taft's
time? Hi' broke off relations \viih
Ru i because of her anti-Semit-
ism. Woodrow Wilson stood f->i a
staunch policy of friendship for
1he Jewish people when the iia!-
fi>ur Declaration was issued to
establish a homeland for the .Jew-
ish people. Even Harry Truman
ignored the State Department
warning not to extend recognition
to the fledgling State of Israel.
Ir. analyzing the opening text
of "Kumi Ron! Balaylo" Arise
and sing In the nicht." the ques-
tion arises: why did Jeremiah u-e
the term "Roni," which me.ii.s
sing? We know that Jeremiah
uttered these words when Israel
was lying prostrate before tii"
I my; c inquered by the Babylon-
Ian mighty armies, the future
k .1 dark indeed for the Jewish
P"|4e. Now where did the wort
,' fit into this picture?
However, if we but think Into
The matter for a moment, we w K
realize that in the word "Roni."
the prophet Jeremiah expressed
llhe whole tragedy of the Jews.
Even in his singing, the Jew c.v
[presses all the tears and blood of
Jewish history through the ages.
Our very song is accompanied by
a ve.1 of tears and lament. The
Jewish night of the Golus is evi-
dent not only in our crying, but
evi n In our son1-:.
How different is the son ol
the Jewish poet fmm that of tlie
non-Jewish poet. The Gentile poet
will sing of the joys of nature, til'
[ birds, the flowers of the field, the
Wvmvtum
Rabbi Joseph E. Rarkovsky
Mmm Jl 1-35*5
MS MICHIGAN AVI., MIAMI lEACH
spring season, and the love of man
to woman: but the Jewish BiaiiksJ
land the Yehuda Halevis, sing thi
songs of the slaughter of Kishineff
| Beir Haharego in the city ol
the slaughter or Al Hashchito.
A Mahram Merutenberg sings ol
the burning of the Talmud in th?
streets of Paris In the middle ol
the 14th Century, a poem which
we recite during the sad moment
I of the Kinos on Tisha B'Av. A
; Yehuda halevi sings of the hos-
tages of Zion. Our Jewish hostagi
taken by oui bitter Arab enemies
in the past few weeks is nothing
new for the Jewish people. Oni of
our most Important commandments
is called "Pidyon Shevuyim,-' the
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the strength of the Jew. This vi i >!
fact may be our e insolation. We
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about us, when our enemies a, ':
sleeping: when the conscience ol
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evil and wickedness, n night of in-
humanity to man. The Jew souini*
'he 111.ion call to you, to wake ui
lo a new day when you will realize
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i led that Israel ever inten led to
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in en in ought to h. ar on Israel for
thi ir rele is >. About TO of
most |y n om -ii. were sel ft ee with n
24 hours ol their ai rest; by lasl
Fiid only 113 r maine I in
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Friday, September 25. 1370
7% 18 Wee A: In History
10.000 Gather Fcr 'Soviet Jewry Day'
40 Km 'Vi'-> "' Week: 1930
Morris Wajiirruin, Americm Jc.v-
ish CoirurJf.i tgBUfcUV, said: "It
ic very probable that the German
people .is a whole will allow lh country to be overwhelmed by the
present wa< < >: sapernationaliina
which has bten made possible >n!y
by the general sconomic depres-
sion."
The Jewish Agency asked Brit-
ain for po):-?e. tax and li'jor re-
form in Palestine i>*'w A :'"''
regulation of immigration, state
tends for Jews, Arab-Jewish stood
will measures, ind more ild t-
the economy, health and Jewish
i -ic ition.
The talk "' parts o'
"Th"' Jewi h M ther," the first
,h .- In Tel Aviv,
were cut ttet I ir tions by de-
fenders of H "brew.
Interior Minis leph Wirlh
Baid German; -."ild not perm:t
Itself to "be lrh m il um with the!
ami-Semitic Cow" addinr: "A-
givss'w allt.-S ':r.'.;;" '>.. ;; w ,ui'1
lead to injustice or even outrages
does not exist. The governnvnt
can guarantee the j>?ace of the
country We aw able to en-
sure it."
Daniel Guggenheim, mi-ii::?
magnate, financier a-id philanthro-
pist, died in New York at 74.
10 l'.cars Ajo This Week: 1S
Soviet AmtjassaOor Mikhail B<. |
drov wished Israel ''happiness
health and prosperity" a-d said ne
'loped the nation would "continue|
nalt'ncr its contribution toward
world peace."
President Gamal A brie' N*st
after conferring wi*h Pres*den*
Eisenhower in New Yo-k. said: I
im looking forwa-d to strengthen-
in" the "ood relnt;o"s Iv'^'pon lb"
United States and !*" U.A.R." Ir
the On<"-l Asw4>rv h<* s"o>"
'he Jew ia*" as an "imper'alist onsn'racy"
->rd d vd "' "the restoration i*
?he full rights of th p >pla ofl
Israeli Ftp'"!! Mlrlste" 0 ''
M"lr said in New York: "We iav
o Mr. N i se- '''it h > sh i il l sM
down :;h us and s'art lmmad--at"
negotiations Tils wou'.d be '
concrete CMit*1" button ... It will
ho a plei?ure for us to speak h
him aVyit peac?."
Th'> Bonn public orose^utor nH
after an 11-month InvestlR t'ior
that there was "no evidence" that
Dr. Theodor Oberloan1r, who
quit the Adenauer cabinet on
charges of Nazism, was tuilty in a
1941 massacre of Polish Jews.
Czech President Antonin Novot-
ny to'.d the General Assembly that
Ir.gfh offices in the state ipi>'-.
ratus of the German Federal Re-
public are occupied by a number
of former Nazis who perpetrated
serious crimes but escaped jus;
punishment."
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picion o! planning to hijack an
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QUOTABLE QUOTES
"Israel has Riven Jewry through-
out the wor'.d pride and dignity, a
new meaning to its life, a new
hope for its future, a new under-
standing of Jewish history, faith
and unity; a new resolve and de-
termination to us and our chil-
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CharJm&ii, UJA.
NEW YORK iJI'Ai An i-s-
timai-d 10,030 parsons, bv.ih oJi!
nnd youmt. massed S'inday at
Dag Uammankjold Pla7a acn as
from th< United Nations, in mi
of many rallies planned aroun I
ih.. v ,- 1 -his week on behal*
of Soviet Jews.
Kaboi Gilbert Kl->p-rm in.
chairman of the New York C >n-
ference on Soviet Jewry, de-
clared at the rally: "We are
here to say to the Russian bear,
1.. I my people go!'" The ">.
hope' of th-se gathered in th!
Plaza, he said, was "frepdom for
Russian Jews."
Representatives of the N'
York c >nfi rence dramatize I l'n
ttial >f Boris Kochubiyevsky, the
:-J->vc;:-oid Kiev enKinoni- sen-
tenced In 1999 to throe years at
forced '.iftor for a::tl-S >v'. ;
"slander "
Polit'c il :n.i religions t-
;,-. | celebrities Including; Mayoi
j-hn V. Llnsay; stake Ati i
General Louis J. Lefkowi.tz, Rab-
bi Hersehel Schacter, presi I
of the American Jewish Oil
ence on Soviet J wry. Rabbi 5l
ven Riskln of the Lincoln Square
Synagogue, Manhattan Bom
President Percv Sutton, Bronx
F,erouch President Robert
rams, actor-singer Thedore Bikel,
actress Marian Seldea and iv ;
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vJewisti Fk>r!drfan
Tzce 13-A
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
Continued from Pege 4-A
Thi re is a pood doa! of truth.
in !hr rule that when you
positively panting to tv
,i) to, ypp must boar s:>mo of
the h).fr.< for the untruth. But
that does not alter the enorm-
ous weight of national responsi-
bility assumed by the Unite i! i
States, vis-a-vls Israel, because '
we were so eager to believe the ]
Soviet He$.
0::cc dgain, with respect to i
lhi.s i;ey matter of the U.S. j
nteefe given to Israel be-
fore the cease-fire there la '
iron and WOtseIn the record '
thai has yet been published. rh |
. .fire went into effect just
. midnight of Aug. 7: and [
Sn th. early morning of Aug. 7, {
ihi Israi lis began to he concern- ,
ed about the lack of detail in the
.age above-quoted.
They accordingly drafted ail
addendum to ihe alreadv-agrecd
t. rm> for the cease-fire and
military standstill. It specified.
n th-- compktest detail, that
t:ie standstill would insure them
against any movement whatever
of any kind of antiaircraft ma-
file in the 50-kilometer zone,
aloi the canal.
The addendum was rapidly
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-Soviet lies. But what the United
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+Jewt$9i Meridian
Friday, September 25, 1970

Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
The 'Silent Problem' Of Drug Abuse
w
fiTii the <'iiii <>i the summer
camp season, the "silent
problem" of combatting drug
abuse among teenagi rs In the
Jewish camps, and even among
Bom membi is of the staff has
ended also for iliis year,
With the Dumber of Jewish
"experimenters" estimated at 80',;
in some neighborhoods, it was inevitable that drug
abusers would find their way into Jewish camps this
summer. Some of the more than 200 camps in the
nation are known to have had sad experiences in
their attempts to check drug abuses. But for the
sake of the camps' reputations, little or nothing is
being said about them. It is a known fact, however,
that some of the camps sent teenagers involved in
cxprimentation back home to their parents.
It is. nl course, more difficult to acquire drugs
in a camp than in the city. And unlike the city
teenagers are under the watchful eyes of camp
counsi I rs ar.d officials 21 hours a day, a fact which
makes drug use much more difficult for them.
Nevertheless, a number of Jewish camp adminis-
trators were faced with unpleasant cases. They
were not unprepared, however. Before the camps
opened, they had been given special guidance in
preventing drug use. and dealing with persons found
to be indulging.
Fighting drug abuse among Jewish teenagers
Was also part of a summer project of the Bureau
for Careers in Jewish Service in New York, which
recruited college students -most of them sociology-
majors to serve as a link between Jewish teen-
agers and Jewish social workers and psychiatrists.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
The Mclntire-Paisley Partnership
After careful screening and orientation, they were
assigned to streets In New York where middle
Jewish teenagers congregate. Because they cam
from the same middle-class environment and talked
the language of the teenagers, they were acce] I
and it did not take them long to become confid
of the misguided youngsters. Not only did the ti
agcrs confide their own problems, but often
problems of other Jewish youngsters caught in the
net of drug use, as well. The students were able to
influence many troubled teenagers to voluntarily
seek counseling, psychiatric assistance and other aid
from the Jewish Community Services in their own
neighborhood.
The students recruited for this project did not
work with "hard" drug cases, as these were felt to
1k> beyond their competence. They concentrated on
reaching users of the so-called "soft" drugssuch
as barbiturates, amphetamines, mescaline and oti r
forms of "s|>ced" and marijuana.
Practically every Jewish community in the na-
tion is now preparing educational programs on drug
abuse for parents, teachers, social workers and
teenager8. They are convinced the problem Is i
serious one and growing worse.
INVOLVEMENT OF certain Ami iicai s
in Ireland's bitter rellgi >us a
c il c mflicl, | I I 23 I Bcrna-
i le! a t Rev. Inn 1 I
p an I hi .' > In
'.- ... i lances amon modern
ntalists.
Rev. ('' I Mclntire. whose American
Council of Churches has provided him
,, far-ranging pulpit for attacks upon progressive Prot.%.-
fonts for many years, has been cheering Inn Paisley 01
with inordinate passion. The Xew Jersey fundamentalist
has been at the side of the Belfast extremist during the
troubled days in Northern Ireland; and when Ian Paisley
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT

'Let My People Go'
SERIOUSLY concerned for llv?
plight of Russian Jewry, the
1 Israel government has followed a
policy of "quiet dip'omacy" in its
effoits to convince Moscow to per-
mit Jewish emigration. For a long
time Israel leaders refrained from
doing anything which might antag-
onize Russia, and thus risk hurt-
ing the chance of rescuing some of the two million
Jews.
It can he said that the Israel government was
passive. Much of what it did must remain unpubli-
cized at this time, but the public began to grow
impatient. Overseas Jewish communities set up
committees and action groups to pressure tin
Soviet Union. The turning point came with the one-
man campaign staged by the young Technion stu-
dent, Yasha Kazakov, himself a recent immigrant
to Israel from Russia. His hunger strike outside the
U.N. Building in New York focused world attention
on the plight of his parents, and of all Jews in
Russia.
The debate was on. Kazakov had supporter*
both within and without the government. Many re-
called the soul-searching that had gone on during
the 1930s: How should the Jews of Germany be
helped4w "mtiet campaign," or by public struggle
and outcry? Hundreds of thousands, if not millions,
of Jews might have been saved in Europe if world
Jewry had spoken up with greater courage and
desperation. Who would wish to have it on his con-
science in the not-so-distant future that Russian
Jewry, "top- might have been saved except for ;hc:r
inshTeiWP~bn disciplined, supervised action?
Israelhas at last witnessed the establishment
of a Public Council for Soviet Jewry. Its task will
be to load the fight or. behalf of Russian Jewry.
Spokesmen made its program clear: i. does not >eek
any special rights or freedoms for the Jews in
Russia except the right, for those who so wish, f>
emigrate to Israel.
There is little doubt that the steady stream of
letters coming from Russia have plalycd their role
in emphasizing the points made by Kazakov. If
Jews behind the Iron Curtain dare sign their names
and full addresses to desperate appeals for .ielp.
sent abroad for publication, can we here doubt any
longer that the time for quiet diplomacy is over?
Protests alone may not achieve anything, but
we must not dare be silent. Those who are charged
with the, administration of the campaign have'tile
difficult task of finding ways and means of making
that protest effective.
came to the United States to try to gain sympathy for
his dubious cause a year ago, Carl Mclntire was at his
- .
This partnership reflects the concept shown by
if these and i igid churchmen a : earnest
is to end religious quarrels and to get on with the
. .. inccmenl of civil rights and human understanding.
At the heart oi the Paisley-Mclntire view of the
vorid Is a harsh judgment of Roman Catholicism. His
l< iii'_ration of Catholic doctrine and aspirations generates
political support just as it stiffens the determination of
Ulster's Catholics to rally behind Bernadette Devlin and
fight for an end to housing and job discrimination.
Carl Mclntire's anti-Catholicism may be more Inhibit-
ed than his Irish counterpart; but he has hammered it
home to the faithful in his churches, schools and associa-
tions. Twenty-five years ago. he offered this appraisal:
"As we enter the post-war world, without any doubt the
greatest enemy of freedom and liberty that the world
has to face is the Roman Catholic terror. The sooner the
Christian people of America wake up to this danger, the
safer will be our land."
II is instructive to observe the nature of Dr. Mc-
lntire's support. Last October when the New Jersey slate
government threatened to close out accreditation for
Shelton College on the grounds that that institution, with
Dr. Mclntire as its president, had a low academic stand-
ing:, Governor Lester Maddux of Georgia flew to Trenton
to stand by the Protestant fundamentalist. This spring,
when Dr. Mclntire led a March For Victory" down
Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, he read a message
of support form Alabama's George Wallace and drew
the backing of Senator Strom Thurmond, Congressman
Mendel Rivers and John Stormcr, author of "None Dar?
Cad It Treason."
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
\ Story Of Israel
A
.'
REMARKABLE and exc
film dealing with youth and
life, living and love, entirely I -
void of violence in any form has
emerged from Israel, a part of the
world almost daily torn by strife
and violence where its borders
meet those of the surroun ling
Arab nations.
"Bloomfield," in which Irish star Richard Harris
made his debut as a director, is a story of brae}
with no [Hjlitical overtones. It is about ordinary yet
vital human beings which deals with the plight of
an aging football hero worshipped by an eight-year-
old boy (played by Kim Burfleld) and romanced by
a young sabra (portrayed by Austrian actress Romy
Schneider). Otto Heller, the Prague-born cinema-
tographer who fled to England when Hitler rose to
power, photographed the motion picture on location
at the "Bloomfield" football stadium in Tel Aviv,
in an artist's flat in Jaffa, and on city streets and
country roads of the Holy Land. He died in a I. :.-
don hospital shortly after the film was finished.
Screen writer Wolf Mankowitz, who co-produced
the film with John Heyman. said that it captures
the color of Tel Aviv in addition to telling a decep-
tively simple story. Mr. Heyman says the film, pro-
duced in 15 weeks, is a "tiny plea for individuality
in an age of conformity and depicts man's quest for
freedom at any cost in the face of the inevitable."
n,. i .
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Some Books Worth Reading
: T
THE AUTHOR of TWn Netherlands at
War, Walter Maass (Abelard-Schu-
man, $f>.95) has written the story of
the most tragic years in Dutch history.
It is a first-hand account of the years
1940-1945 written for Americans since
the author believes that (except for
Anne Frank's Diary), we knew little of
the war, occupation and liberation of
Holland.
The author, who lived and moved throughout The
Netherlands during the war years by means of forged
documents, personally obseived much of what he has
written. There is an interesting chapter on the Dutch
Jews and their relationships with the people of other
faiths. The author touches upon the compliant attitude
:>f many Jews who "showed dignity but little fighting
spirit." Some did join the Dutch resistance groups. The
1939 population of 110.000 has now been reduced to ap-
proximately 22,000 Jews, most of whom reside in Am-
sterdam. The book also has many interesting photo-
graphs and some excellent observations en the Germans,
For a rciwrt of today's West Germany, one should
read Jurgcm Neven-Du Mont's After Hitler i Pantheon
Books, $6.95). The book contains personal interviews of
42 Germans in Heidelberg in 1969 which are report >d in
the first person. The only editing consisted of the elmim;-
nation of purely extraneous and repetitive matter. The
interviews were chosen at random from a total of 129.
Heidelberg was selected because it is a medium-size!
city with universities, industrialization and a surroundin;
agricultural area. The interviewees were workers, civil ser-
vants, teachers, students, clergymen, prostitutes, business-
men-people from all walks of life and of all ages.
The composite picture that emerges is disturbing, S
not frightening. The masses seem to be apathetic towanTI
politics, their neighbors, civic matters, ignorant of tl#
democratic process and little motivated to learn abo*
it. slightly interested in reunification highly materialist"1
indulging in sexual freedom with erotic interests titilla''
ed by Playboy magazine and pornographic literature a"1
cinema. They have only a superficial interest in reliS"*
and want to forget and not to be reminded about Na*
and "guilt." When one stops to think, he cannot lid1
saying, "there, with but a slight change, is the averaf
American."
My Lai *. by Seymour M. Hersh (Random Hou?
$5.95i is the story of Charlie Company, its men
officers from the time of their arrival in Vietnam unU
March 16, 1969. The author is the reporter who is "*
sensible fofr breaking the story of the massacre, '":
sponsiblc for breaking the story of the massacre,- no
account is excellent journalism.
The concluding twenty pages of the book, "No'0'
contains summaries of interviews with many of
people involved or those related to them. The expos"'7
of much of the material on TV and in the press nwkes *
full account of the book needless. It should be read be-
cause much of what it contains has not been in the pap"3
or other mass media.
m^


September 25. 1970
*Jenisii Florid/fan
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
TENDER FICTITIOUS
. "rTfrnft^-vKv that
s W. 73rd
, Florida Intend
with the Clerk
r i;.!- County,
loess
ft HI
.-

Cli u
Ml
i.url
i >u ni pb:
. i fkow
.....,/18-25 10/3-9
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,,.,.; is HKHKUY GIVEN that
... -ii Ins i" engage
ih. fictitious name
gnu All Baba, Opa.
[Ik in register Raid
, i, 11, ..i the Circuit
luniy. Florida.
I'KNN. sole owner
II. slIEKADSKY &
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
v- III''1'
vrn s
Kta Ini
"with ii"
I of Dadi I
[OBBIlT v
SI.BIi. W.'T
(KKMA.N
>ney for nppll
K.W. 3rd *'
, Fla.
nut
9 18-25 1"'2-9
..HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
III AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA-IN PROBATE
No. 70-3268
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: EntiiU of
JPl.VCt s
ElCri-iill"i> ^i"1 A" Persons Hav-
Claims or Demands AguinHt Said
["ire hereby .....ICIed and required
eBeul uii) rlalma ami demand!
v.,u may have against the es-
lot SADIK PIXCt'S deceased late
pj.- Coui u Florida, to the Coun-
fudgea fade Count). and file
same in duplicate and as pro-
m Kei ii-:. "3.1.16, Florida Stat-
in .ii, ir uffli ea In the County
llU., Bade County, Florida.
, .jv i-ali ndar month* from the
ol tin- first publication hereof, or
| III i..- harred. ...
,.,i in M ami. Plorlda, Hiis 4th
81 pi \ l- 197".
BIIERWIX KTAUBBR
As Bxecutor
rat publication of thli notice on
i pjih ilav of Si ptember, 1970.
tllwIN STACKER
Jrni-v for Esii......f Sadie Plncua
Kjiicoln llnnd -illuml Beach, Fla.
:i is-2:. in 2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH "lOICI" I" 'IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
_. IN CHANCERY,
No. 70-17082
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OMELK RODRIGUEZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
.\l i >M.\ RODRIGUEZ,
li, fendnnt.
TO: Al.onlA RODRIOUEZ
I..... Weal 176th StreetApt 22
New York, .\. w York
You. ALODIA RODRIOUEZ
hereby notified thai a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
agalnat you, and you arc required
i serve b copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill id Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, MERRILL
I. I.AMI:. EJSQ. 801-805 Dado Fed-
eral Building, Miami, Florida, 83131
and file the original Answer ,,r Plead-
ing ill the offlee of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of October, 1970. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in tin- Kin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.oRIDIAN
Di>.\E AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21sl day of September
A.D. 197".
K.I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Ollrcuit Court Beat)
MERRILL I. LAMB, ES8Q.
sol-mi", Dade Federal Building
.Miami. Florida, 33131 Flt-!iMM
____________________________ !i '23 10/2-9-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
[NOTICE uf APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts ot 1941
File 70 A 370
ICE IS HEREBY GTVBN that
5DORA LAZARD8 holder of
Tax Sale Certificate No. 9157
fed the 1st ii:i> June, A.D. 1966,
lied same in my office, and has
application for a tax deed to be
i thereon, Said Certificate ern-
es the following property in the
ity of bade, state of Plorlda, to-
ot 11 Block ". Lincoln City Beo
Pl.it Book 16 Pngi 88, Section
. Township :,6 Routh, Range 4'>
lirt, containing .17 acres more
less, in ih.- County of Dude,
late of Flo
.-sin. nt of said property
the s.,i,i certificate was in the
iof: John \. Thompson,
s said certificate shall be re>
i.......ling i" law. the prop-
HCribeU herein will be Bold to
hest bidder for cash at the
ouse dour on the first Monday
month of October, 1970, which
rill day of October, 1970.
uil this 31st day of August, 1970.
K H LEATHERMAN,
of circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
Sy P I .ci.DSTKAND. D.C.
. Court Seal
9 4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16474
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OVIES CORTIZO FOXSECA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT" FoNSECA.
Defendant.
Tt>: ROBERTO FON8ECA
lOfi First street
Elisabeth, New Jersey
You. ROBERTO FOXSECA, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required i<
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, MAX A. fitil.n-
FARB, 4il Biscayne Building, Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of ihe Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
26th day of October, 1970. If you fall
to do ho, judgment hy default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TI1F. JEWISH FI.oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lTih day of September
A.I>. 1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Conn. Dade County, Florida
By: C. GOODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAN A. dol.DFAKK
414 Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/25 10'2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDox'3 COURT
IN A*ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. t-6346
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
in RE: Estate of
Fl.OKE.Ni i; \. SUOMINEN,
Deceased
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed my Final Report and Pi titlon
for Distribution ami Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate ol FLOR-
ENCE V. sli i.minen. deceased: and
that on the :w:h day of September,
197", will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval ol said Final Re-
port and for distribution and final dis-
charge .is Executor of the estate of
the above-mentioned decedent. This
"til day of August, 1970.
/s Henry R. Ward
Henry It. Ward. Executor
s k Paul Realty
E Paul Bealty
Attorney
loos Beybold iihlg.
Miami, Flu.
________________________e/4-ll-|e-5K
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3102
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate Of
ARTHUR J. BROOKS
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Suid
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
In pl.s.nl any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of AllTIII'll .1. BROOKS de-
ceased late of Dad. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offlees in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the iii......f Hie first publication here-
of, or the same win ),, barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tills 19th
day of August, A H. 1970,
ELIZABETH L. BROOKS
As Executrix
Firs: publication of this notice on the
4ih day of September 1970,
ROBERT II NEWMAN, ESQ.
Attorney for Elisabeth L. Brooke
Executrix of the estate of
Arthur J. Brooks
301-805 Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
:i 1-11-18-20
months
publics -
Wlll he
thla 10th
riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
Semes* under the fictitious name
BRONILYN'8 DISTRIBUTORS at
Street, Miami Beach, Florida
in register said name with
-1-rk .,i the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
J.MK R08BNTHAL
iHl'll BCHMIER
orney f, Ja,.k Rosenthal
|Lint'nn {toed, MlitnU Keach. Fl.i
. : 9/2S 10/2-9-16
|N0TICE 0NOER FICTITIOUS
l __ NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
lorul. imk.i, ,1 desiring to engage
pusin. s, under the fictitious name
Pit; N WIIISTLF. at 2C.20 N. Ml-
Avv.. Miami intend to register
name with the clerk of the Cir-
twiri f D,,,!,. County, Florida.
!' HARD D MARTIN and
sciL-oAI:l:V ORAHA4I
gffii"^-8HERAD8KT *
irneys for applicant*
, 'S\\. 3rd Ave
?ml, pia,
9/2.r. 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
DTICP NAME LAW
uiS" Is ",i;"':kv OIVEN that
Ibusm"'^* '";'' ^rtng to engage
Dlv,v;.":"l,r "' Hctttlous name
rd Hi 'V'l:T PARLOR
b^.;' ".'""'< intend to register
nw win, ,i. n,,,.k f lhp ,.,r.
y**V for sppUcant
JWeyBklg
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2976
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOB BETHEL WHITE
1 e,-eased.
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JOE BETHEL WHITE
ih .eased lute of Dade County, Florida. |
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, anil file the same In duplicate and |
as provided in Section 7:1.1.Hi. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2"lh
day of August, A.D. I70.
FRANK R. CRANDON
WATLAND K TYKE
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 18th day or September. 1970.
MORTON H. ZEMBL
Attorney for Bxecutors
17166 Northeast l'.nh Avenue
North Miami Keach. Florida. Ml 62
| is-:T, 10/2-9
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
YF.RACHMIEI. ML'TCHNICK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAKI F.NF. E. MUTCHNICK,
Defendant.
TO: MARLENE E. MUTCHNICK
c, o Altman's
P. O. Box 424
Barbados, West Indies
You. MARLENE B. MUTCHNICK,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, PAUL kwit-
NF.Y. 42 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach,
Florida 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 13th day of October, 1970,
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Kill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN,
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of September
A.D. 1970.
E B. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, l>ade County. Florida
By: L. BNBHDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I'AI'I, KWITNEY
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Keach, Florida 331.19
Adorn. > lor l'lailltiff
9/11-18-2:. 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: Estate of
NIC* il.A PIETRl IPAI >LA
Dece.....
To All Creditors and All Persona II v-
Ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herebj notlfli d and n -
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of NICOLA PIETROPAOLA
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7::::.ic.
Florida Statutes, in their offices in the
County Courthou.-e in Dad. County,
Florida, within six calendn
from the lime of the first
Don hereof, or the same
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida
day of September, A.D. 1970.
MATILDA BAMBUS
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the imIi das of September, l!'7"
OHOVER CIMENT WKINSTKIN &
STAIBKR. PA.
Attorneys for Estate of Nicola
Pletropaola
350 Lincoln Road-.Miami Keach
9/18-25 10/2-9
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 E. I.AZAIi.
Plaintiff,
VS.
ETTA M. I.AZAR,
Defendant.
TO: ETTA M LAZAR
817 S. Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills, California 90212
You. ETTA M. I.AZAK. are hereby
notified Ihat a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to tne
Kill of Complain I on the Plaintiffs
attorney. ROSEN \- R1VKIXD, 420
Lincoln Road, Miami Keach. Florida
83139 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of October, 1970. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken ngalnst you for the relief de-
manded In the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of Beptemher
A.D 1070,
E. K. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad,- County, Florida
By: L. HNERDEN
11,-puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
I!' iSKN K- RIVKIND
420 Lincoln Ro.nl
Miami Beach, Florida 211.19
Attorneys for Plaintiff 534-4737
;i i>-j:. I" 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FI2)RIDA.
No. 70-'.fcl3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE V' K3EL
Plaintiff,
.n iski'H w. PHILLIPS and
DOROTHY \ III 1.1 IPS. In
Wife: J( >HN W VANDEH'JRIFF,
and SHIRLEY B. VANDERURIFF,
his wife.
1 lefendant,
Y"iC. JOHN
SHIRLEY l:
wife, residence
Charleston, w
JOSEPH W PHILLIPS
thy A PHILLIPS, In-
decree \\ j I h tile l< I k <
Iiik Regiment, Fl < 1 en
sens, are required to iik
to
VANDEnORIFF, and
VANDERORIFF, his
lei' Tennessee Avenue
si Virginia, 25302, and
and Horn
wile, resld-
f the above
. Massachu-
5 our aesw -
the complaint for declaratory
decree willl the clek of III, nhoVS
COUri and serve a ,op\ thereof upon,
HERMAN COHEN, ESQ., 1310-11
Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida on or
1..I,,re October 12. 1970. If you fall to
Answer a Default will bo entered
against you.
Dai.d September ft. 197"
V.. K I.KATIIKKMAN
Clerk of Hie Circuit 1 "ourt
By: C. P. ci'PKI.and
9 11-18-25 10/*
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL T(i WHi'M THESE PHE8-
ENTS SHALL COME QREETINOS
Whereas, EDWARD C. TIETI'l.
Miami. Plorlda: ENID DAVIDSON,
Miami. Florida: JOSEPH NESBTTT,
Miami. Florida did on the 2nd day of
June. a.d. 1967 cause to i,.. incor-
porated under the laws ,,f the State
of Florida THE HOLD DOL'BLOON
LOUyOB, INC, a corporation, with
its principal place of business at North
Miami Beach, Dade County in the
Stale of Florida, and whereas such
corporation did on the 15th day of
September, A D. 1970, cause to be
filed in Mi.....ii,,. ,,f ihe Department
of siaie of the State of Florida, the
documentary authority required un-
der Section Oof 27. Florida Statutes,
show om- id, dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now*, therefore, Ihe Secretary of
Btate does hereby certify to the fore-
going and thai he is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied With.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, 1 have hereunto s. t
my ha.id and have af-
fixed tile Cleat Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
this Ihe fifteenth day of
September, A.D. 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
9 27.
10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KILLS MIAMI CARDKNS FI8HEIO
at :i30" N.W. 191st Street, Opa LOCKB,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
WILLIAM METZ
JOSEPH BCHMBSR
Attorney for Applicant
17X1 I 605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fin.
Phone 5B1-5S2U
B/4-H-18-.25
9/25 10/2-9-16
nCE iU.N.PER FICTITIOUS
0TI.-K ,SAM.E LAW
uMer'si^,!;,:i,K",' OrVrBN that
siihss m,1 .''"""ring to engage
<22L* rV PARTS at ...
gage
me fo
Comm';" ",' r*CT" at number
nerce Im, in tUe City of
florlda, intends to reg-
me with the Clerk of the
I'h Miami
said am.
"" tour, llt Daile bounty. "Florl
fcfiLn'i. ,inm1, r'lorldn. this 11th
*Ptfml,er. 1970
^icVV.1 -KK- 'NC.
"BUEMLICH
i-i p,Al'Pll< ant
9/18-25 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of .MIDAS MCFFLF.K SHOP at 817S
N.B 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
KEVRTN, INC.
by: Harold Noordhoek, President
HERBERT E. KAUFMAN
Attorney for KTevrin, Inc.
li::'9 duPoiit liuihling
Miami, Florida
9/U-18-25-10/2
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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 OF:
Adoption of OAKY RICHARD
HODOBS, a minor hy Stepfather,
ALBERT SUTERA,
Petitioner.
TO: HARVEY K. HODOES
2601 Summit Avenue
Union city. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition has been flb-d against
vou and you are required to serve a
copy of vnur Answer or pleading to
aid Petition upon Petitioner's Attor-
ney, JERRY A. BfKNS, Esq.. Suite
908 City National Hunk Building. 3G
West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
JJ180, and file the original Answer or
pleading in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Dade
County, Florida, on or before the 16th
day of October. 1970. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8lh day of September.
19'0- B. B. LEATHEILMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
By: c. p. copeland
Deputy Clerk
9/11-18-25 10/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-16273
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
CLARA CARTER,
l'lailltiff,
DUOENE CARTER,
Def, ndant.
JfOU, EUGENE CARTER, are here-
by notified, that a Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney. IRWIN C, CIHMS-ci<;.
28 West Flagler Street. Miami. Flo-
rida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of Ihe Clerk
of ihe Circuit court on or before the
ih day of October, 1970. If you fall
to do so, Judgment hy default will
be taken against you for the relief
rtemnnded in the Complaint for
Divorce.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUHtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 8th day
of Sentemher. 1970.
V: K LEATHERMAN, Clerk-
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
fcircuit Court Peril
1KWIN (J. CHRISTIE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 804, Roberts Building
^s West Flagler street
Miami. Florid!" ., .
./11-18-2:. 10/2
NOTICE UNCrjn elCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PETER BPORTWEAH at 201S N
Miami Ave Miami Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
PEDRO 1: CABRERA
9 23 10, 2-9-10
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
CARLIAN JEAN BEAMON,
Plaintiff.
HAP.I.EY SEAMON.
1 lefendant.
TO: HAKI.EY SEAMON'
4tii E. Center St.
Ithaca, Michigan
You. HAILLEY SEAMON. are here-
by notified that n Kill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
vou. and you are required to serve a
copy of vnur Answer or Pleading to
Ihe Kill "f Cnmnlaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney, JACK L. HERSKO-
WITZ, 420 Lincoln Road. Suite 003,
Miami Keach. Florida 3:1189 and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before Ihe 19th day of
Ootohcr. 1970. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
uKuliiKt vou for the relief demanded in
the Kill of Complaint
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami,
Florida, this Sept. 9th 1970.
E K LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
Ky: L SNEEDHN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/18-25 10/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16250
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANDRA MEARS,
Plaintiff,
WEBSTER J MEARS, JR.
Defendant,
To: Webster X Menrs, Jr.
851 Glenwood Avenue
Atlanta, Ua.
You. WEBSTER I. MEARS. JR..
are hereby notified that a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or I'leail-
Ing to the Kill of Complaint ,,11 Oie
Plaintiff's attorney. ROBERT It
KIRNS BSQlHRjB. 350 Lincoln Road,
Miami Keach. Florida alid file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12th day of
October, 1970. if you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
xgainst you for the relief demanded
in the Kin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl olllDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Bth day: dlRtSeptemhcr
A.D. 197".
E. K. LEATHEKM-AN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.- c..ii|m,.Florida
By. 1. sni:i:di:n
Deputy Cwfli -' '
(Circuit Court Seal) 1.,,, I
ROBERT II BURNS '"
350 Lincoln Hood .fioi I I
.Miami Keach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff "' "
__________________________ ;;.,:l '>--' '" -
NOTICE UNDERu FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HERl&lT'WrVEN that
the undersigned, dcsiriirfi to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KENMORE HOTEtial l'O0 Wasl
Ington Avenue. Miami Keach. Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
\i icon Cl >RP
llv: Norman KchwurlX, President
E N < 11 .AN D E It & BURNETT
Attorneys tor Norob Corp.
No, 1 Lincoln Road BulWlns
Miami Keach, Florida SSI.".9
9 is-2-, 10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious numc
nf THE RED HANGER of SURPgIDH
at 9519 Harding Avenue. Surfslde
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Ligast, inc. a Florida corporation
By: Edward MalseL President
FINE, JACOBSON .<- Bl OCR
Attorneys for Ligast. In.-.
lot E. Flagler St
Miami, Florid.1
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3,500 Persons Attend
Golcla Meir's Telecasi efewisll FIoridllTsUtl
Israel'! Prime Minister Golda
I .. ., than 3,500 persons
I. | .lining a 40-minute
I m New York City they
I r closed-circuit TV at
I,., Miami Biacn Auditorium Sun-
| ling.
rig the broadcast. Robert
I; "... general chairman of the
I I in.d Jewish Appeal and
Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
I I that American Jews
I asked to raise the sum of
[$100 million in free dollars. "The
[ .it Israel are staring death
I lit In the face every day of
Itneii lives," Mr. Russell, a vice
[president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, told the Miami
audience. Miamians, he
] are being asked to double
I mt raised in 1970 during
I'S 1971 CJA-IEF campaign.
It:' at k ast $10 million.
Mr. Russell recalled the 1967
\\ sil of Golda Melr to Miami, dur-
Ijjig which she urged every Amer-
ican Jew to given to his full capac-
ity and even beyondand that
|l'u Jewish community lend money
llo Israel by purchasing Israel
Bonds. Today's crisis parallels that
of 1967. Mr. Russell declared. "All
you need to do is to feel Jewish,"
Mr. Russell told the audience, "oe-
j cause then you will do what any
.Jew does when another Jew is in
trouble. You will help."
Impassioned speeches were de-
livered to the gathering by In
Irving Lchrman of Temple Emanu
Kl, and Dr. Leon Kronish of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. They stressed
that the survival of Israel depends
upon the sacrifice American Jews
are willing to make during 19' 1.
Gieater Miami Jewry cannot af-
loid to wait until tomorrow, tney
en'PhaSlzed. Israel needs unh. ard-
ol sacrifices and it needs them
now.
Both spiritual leaders stressed
i the importance of paying 1970
CJA-IKF pledges immediately,
and both urged those who have
not made a commitment to do so
at once.
The telecast, beamed to 19 U.S.
cities, was seen in Miami Beach
through the cooperation of ihe
Israel Bonds Organization and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Miami, Florida Friday, September 25, Id/.
Section B
Mra, Howard Horn, re-enrollment vice president of the
Southeastern Florida Region oi Women's American ORT,
presented a plaque of appreciation to the law firm of Grover,
Ciment, Weinstein & Stauber, whose offices were used by
Eeach ORT Chapters for the September re-enrollment Phona-
thon held throughout Dade and Broward Counties. From
-eft ere Judge Robert L. Grover. Mrs. Horn, Councilman
Norman Ciment, Mayor Marvin Weinstein and Judge
Sherwin Stauber.
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50co Expansion Sale, Thursday, September 24th thru
Sunday, Sept. 27th.
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f department store. Antiques and notions, jewelry, mod
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When more than 3,500 persons gathered at
Miami Beach Auditorium for a closed-circuit
telecast of Prime Minister Golda Meir's ad-
dress to the American Jewish community,
a highlight of the evening was the introduc-
tion of a Miami Beach student who was
among the persons en the plane hijacked by
the Palestinian terrorists. From left aie
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El;
Sofia Temel, her father, Max Teme>I, and
brother, George, Mrs. Temel, and Robert
Russell, vice president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and general chairman of
the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
SHOP LATE FRIDAY NIGHT
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Friday, September 25. 197]
New Four-Volume Book By
Rabbi Stern Is Published '
The publication of lour large
\ol imea <>! Talmudic commen-
taries, Responsum and Interpn ta
RA3BI TIBOR H. STIRN
tions of Maimonulrs by Rabbi ,
Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader I
of the Jacob C. Cohen Community j
S nagogue, -Miami Beach, has be n
i npleted, according to an an-
nouncement by the Publishing De-
portment of Boys Town, in Jeru-
: alem, Israel.
( Uiiiial distribution date for the |
books, which are called "Shavit"
I Hebrew for "Comment") is set
lor Dec. 28 in Jerusalem. The four
\olumes, which deal with many
contemporary problems, contain
more than 1,000 pages. Rulings
have been made on questions posed
to the author on many issues.
Through the generosity of Jacob
C. Cohen, president and founder of
the synagogue which bears his
name, proceeds derived from the
bale of these volumes will go to
various Torah institutions in the
I nited States as well as Israel.
Special presentations will be made
to scholars in New York, Chicago,
St. Louis and Miami.
Rabbi Stern, a regular contrib-
utor to Halachic publications the
v oriel over, is the author of 14
books on practically every aspect
il Jewish law and philosophy, ln-
luding the KabaHah, published in
Hebrew, Spanish and English.
Rabbi St< rn has compiled a lisi
of the ten most important rabbinic
decisions made during the past
year, as seen by numerous Tal-
iv.iii'.ie scholars and authors, both
the United States and other na-
mi of the world. These Include
: be prohibition of narcotics use.
an mix i ship in any movement that
undermines the democratic system
of government, destruction of uat-
ural resources by pollution, abor-
tion and mercy killing," porno-
graphic films and books.
Conversions must be in accord-
..:.> with the prescribed Rules of
the Jewish Codes; science and so-
cial action must be compatible
with religious doctrines, including
mental medicine, which must
have Rabbinic clearing. Food pre-
pared in non-kosher restaurants or
"ii the Sabbath was prohibited,
snd biblical prohibition against
homosexuality and other devia-
tions reaffirmed. Parents have
been ui ; i to give their children
maximum icligious education, ob-
serve the Sabbath and pray daily
In their Tephilin, 'Mitzvoth' which
will guard the Jewish family from
harm, both physical and spiritual.
DR. O-Jane Gardner,
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Michael J. Schack is president
of a newly formed advertismc'
agency bearing hi name, the '
headquarters of which will be
located in North Miami Beach.
Mr. Schack was vice president
of a South Florida agency and
served as liaison on several
national accounts before btart-
ina his own firm.
THE PRESIDENT, OFFICERS, EXECUTIVE BOARD
and the
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OF GREATER MIAMI
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y, September 25.
1970
tjfewifj} FkridHan
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V Facilities Closed
Thursday And Friday
A'i facilities of the YM-YWHA
fGrcater Miami, 8500 SW 8th
I will bo closed on Thursday,
It 1. and Friday, Oct. 2, in ob-
Ivancc ol RoBh Hashanah. it has
n announced. The T will also
closed Saturday, Oct. 10, in
kervance <>t Yom Klppur.
the Jewish Youth Council of
,ai,i Miami has selected 'The
janging Role of Jewish Youth in
munity" as the theme for
first Li adership Training In-
k i the 'Y' this weekend.
Ecing part will be representa-
ol SEFTY, Hashachar, USY,
pY, VM1IA and BBYO. Guests
I include Arthur Rosichan, ex-
itive vice president of the
Later Miami Jewish Federation,
hers of the U-M's Amcri-
Students for Israel organiza-
I).
I red I'nion is chairman of the
si Institute; Barry Arena is co-
Biiiiwii. Arnold L. Feiner, the
Teenage Supervisor and co-
linator of the Jewish Youth
luncil. and the Youth Directors
ids Blumenthal To Be
i Ross Clark's Bride
M:s Ann Blumenthal, 2020 NK
SI North Miami Beach,
oun B the engagoment of her
Eileen, (Candy) to Dr.
irk, the son of Mr. and
Harry G. Clark, Woodland
Is. Calif.
I raduate of Southwest
fcl1 School and the Jackson Me-
nial Hospital School of Nurr'ng,
I itly pursuing her profos-
;it Mount Sinai Hospital. New
|rk. whore her fiance, a gradu-
of the University of California
Idical School, is a resident phy-
ian.
!';: c 'uple plans to bo married
iliami Dec. 6.
of the participating groups helped
in planning the program.
Registrations for the fall pro-
grams at the Y' are currently be-
ing processed, according to Jack
Katzman, president. First classes
HW scheduled Monday.
The School of the Arts has been
expanded this year. Included will
Ire basic crafts, sewing and
embroidery, beginning cooking,
l-allet. puppetry, drama, public
speaking, current events club, ad-
ventures in science and nature, oil
painting, guitar, folk dancing and
song fest.
For getting into physical shape
the 'Y' offers a sports program for
: every member of the family. In-
i eluded in its "Sports and Skills"
! program is junior and senior biddy
basketball, adult basketball, junior
and senior high school touch foot-
ball league, tennis, swim teams.
boys* self-defense and judo class,
and boys' and men's judo.
Weekly activities for teenagers
at the 'Y' include classes in guitar,
modern dance and mural painting.
theatre parties, parent discussion
groups and community service
i projects such as the United Fund
; and Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
i ation; an Ecology Club has also
: been organized.
Miriam Sehcinberg. Group Serv-
ices supervisor. June Fried. Cul-
tural Arts director. Dr. Al Tudor,
Physical Education director, and
Teenage directors Arnie Foiner.
Stephanie Hirsch and Marty Lis-
towsky. will be glad to supply do-
; 'ailed information.
The Y Social Singles Club will
! sponsor a discussion of today's
I "Women's Rights Movement" by
I Mrs. David Bolton. national vice
| president of the National Organi-
I zation for Women, at the Y Mon-
day at 9 p.m. Refreshments and
dancing will follow the discussion.
Parents of children attending i
Nursery School and Kindergarten I
at the Y' were to meet there at '
7-30 p.m. Thursday for a "Get
Acquainted" session during which j
Mrs. Ted Woinstock, supervisor of
the Early Childhood Development i
program, will explain the aims and
goals of the ECD program.
Mrs. Allan Loiter has been
elected PTA chairman for the
coming year, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Dado County chairman of the 'Y'
ECD program has announced. As-
sisting her will bo Mrs. Stephen
Blass. secretary-treasurer, and
Mrs. Nancy Bergman, room moth-
< r chairman.
STATE REP. BOB
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"A" Endorsed by Florida VOTERS! (Bill Bevis
led his run-off opponent, Wilson Wright,
in 58 of Florida's 67 counties piling up a
big lead of over 56,000 votes !)
ON SEPT. 29, VOTE FOR FLORIDA'S NEW GRP. 2
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER, "BILL" BEVIS!
HE'LL REPRESENT YOU!
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
CD. POL. ADV. / G. CAFiEFOOT, TBEAS. / DEM. GRP. 2)
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enator Lawton Chiles says:
'We should support Israel to any extent to
help save the only true democracy in the
Middle East'
jHe doesn't pussyfoot. He doesn't hedge. He's walked
[our State from Panhandle to Keys, and he's listened
|to what you have to say. Thafs why Senator Ken
[Myers supports Senator Chiles. And asks you to vote
for Senator Lawton Chiles, too.
Lawton
Chiles,
the Walking
[Senator
Dade County Committee to Elect
Lawton Chiles United States Senator
f o-Chairmen: Sen. Richard Fincher,
[en. Edmund J. Gong, Sen. George L Hollahan, Jr.,
pen. Kenneth M. Myers, Sen. Ralph Poston,
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Friday. September 25.
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Mrs. Rabin Hadassah Luncheon Speaker
i Ami issador to the United States
.,. i, hat served her country heroi-
\lr-. Yitzhak Rabin, wife of rsrn-| with-lsrael Luncheon. Thursday
Oct. 8, ;it the Pontainefoleau Hotel,
Mrs. Zelda Thau, luncheon c'.v-ii-
man. has announced.
On this occasion Mrs. De ibic
Wenuek will be honored for her
leadership on behalf of brae
through the Israel Bum". Progra n.
The Woman of Valor Award will
be presented to her by Mrs. R ibln
daring the luncheon, which Wili M
sponsored by the 25 groups of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah. The annual event is the larg-
est women's gathering on behalf
Of Israel Bonds in the United
States.
Assisting Mrs. Thau as luncheon
vice chairmen are Mrs. Sherman
Fast. Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs. J h
Katzman, Mrs. Bmanuel Menu,
Mrs. Samuel Sakaris, Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff, Mrs. Carl Weinklc an '
Mrs. Mix Weitz.
Mi i. Rabin, who mel her husband
while still in high school and mar-
ried him during the War of llide-
by side with her hus- nendenee in 1948, is the mothei nl
Imii.i. be the guest speaker ul two children daughter Dalia, aged
I In- M Beach Hadassah Bond-' it, son Yuval, 13.
Gilboa Guest Speaker
At Hadassah Meeting
Mrs. Rabin was actively assa-. During and after the Six-Da;
elated with a variety of public War of June 1967, Mrs. Rabin de-
, volunteer organizations in Israel,| voted most of her time to working
relating to the Army's welfare ...- With war casualties. She was ,,.- n
tlvrtles, and the Council of Work-
ling Women (Moetzet Hapoaiot),
the largest women's group in th
country.
involved in improving the cond*-
tions in the Army rehabilitation
camps, and in adapting them S-i:
receiving and treating the in i > I.
BBW Council Meeiin-r
B'nai B'rith Women's Council of
Miami Beach will meet in (he
Hospitality Room of the Chase
Federal at 41st Street and Sheri-
dan Avenue Tuesday, Oct. 6. at
12:30 p.m. "Coffee &" will pre-
cede the regular monthly session.
Mrs. Philip Wolmer is president;
Mrs. Milton Sands is publicity
( haiiman.
TEMPLE EMAMU-
Announces that for the fourteenth consecutive year
<_J~licf/t <_ylo/i/ l3
cV
v/
vice,
Will Be Held in the Miami Beach Auditorium
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN WILL OFFICIATE
CANTOR ZVI ADLER WILL CHANT
Assisted By The Temple Choir
SPECIAL SERVICES FOR TEENAGERS
Will Be Held in the Main Temple Sanctuary
CONDUCTED BY RABBI GILBERT KOLLIN
I Consul General, Moshel
Gilboa, 11 be the guest speaker
at th- Miami Beach Chapter n'
lull- Tribute to Membership
which 11 be held at the Miami
Beach Anditorium, Monday, at
12:30 ; ... Mrs. Sherman Fast,
preside r.1 has announced. A fash-
ion by Burdine's will bo a
featun ul of the program.
Mr. i -on is Consul General of
Isra< I the Southeastern Re-
gion (. the United States, with
jiirLsdici .n over Georgia, Florida,'
North rolina. South Carolina,
nlabair.i Arkansas, Tennessee and1
Mississippi. He and his wife, a]
former teacher with the Israel
Theatre, and two daughters to-
side in Atlanta, < la.
Mr, Gilboa was a platoon ?om-i
Ptgiiter Now For Fall Term
rKfcetyht
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See the Phone Book Yellow Pages
Phor.t Miami 444-6543, Collect
mander in the "Haganah" (the
Jewish underground' before Is-
rael's Independence. He also par-
ticipated in the War of Independ-
ence, After the war he settled with
his Palmach Unit in Brez, a bor-
der Kibbutz on the Gaza Strip.
He was elected by the Kib'.ni!'.
Movement to its National Execu-
tive and directed the Depart men'
for the Younger Generation an I
Young Settlements.
He studied at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and graduated from th"
Cambridge University with a "Cer-
tificate of Proficiency." Later, he
became spokesman of the Major-
ity Party in Israel, and was put
in charge of the press, radio and
public relations. He has repre-
sented Israel on several Interna-
tional Conferences.
Heading the committee for the
"Tribute to Membership" day are
Mrs. Martin Harnick. re-cnrollmc: t
chairman; Mrs. Rose Godlin, new
members chairman; Mrs. Sigmund
Rustier, life membership chairma:-;
Mrs. Edward Lifahin, transfer
chairman, and Mrs. Jack Miller,
membership vice president.
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Will Be Held in the School Building
tiii: i siiimw hay school
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Friday, September 25, 1970
We
the
Women
tcxn
HUN
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Ellen, (Mrs. Jacob L. Chernofsky is discovering th.s
year just how exciting and challenging it is to do commun-
ity work. The excitement of what she is doing colored her
belllike voice which is soft and
low. She Is the first president of
the Yeshiva Day School, which
opened this month. Her whole lite,
however, serves as a background
for this community project that
she has undertaken.
Ellen, a quiet, well behaved,
pretty little girl was bom in St
Louis. Mo. Hers was an orthodox
Jewish home. Her father was pro-
fessor of Comparative Religions at
the University of Iowa. She and
her two younger sisters lived Ju-
daism as a Jewish family should.
It was their way of life. Ellen attended an experimental
elementary school connected with the University. It Wu
far advanced: they even did a radio show themselves. Thit
is why she is so delighted with the Yeshivabecause there
were no Hebrew schools for the Jewish child in her town
when she was young.
The family moved to Chicago and then later to Now
York. In high school she was active both in dramatics and
writing. She attended Hunter College where she majored
in Music and Minored in Dramatics. Later she went back
and took courses that qualified her to teach in elementary
grades. Then, as now, Israel had a great appeal for young
people. Ellen had always wanted to go to Israel. She pre-
pared herself by getting a job in the Jewish Consulate.
It was at this time that she first met Jake, who was
working for a Jewish Agency for Israel. She had been
called to participate in a program that Jake was doing it
the Agency. The next time she saw him, they were both
working in Israel. Jake was working for the newspaper
'Jerusalem Post.'* After about a year, they were marriel
and continued to live there. When they came back to the
United States, their first-born, Meir, now 14, was on th?
way.
The Chernofskys have had three more children since- -
Michael. Bryna and Eva. the baby, who is 3',2. They lived
in New York for ten years: Jake was with the Jewish
Telegraph Agency there. They moved here three years ago
when Jake became managing editor of The Jewish Floridiai.
and joined Young Israel of Greater Miami, where Jake is
serving his second year as president and Ellen is vice
president of the Sisterhood.
Now that the children are no longer babies. Ellen 's
finding her way into community activities, which she find*
"stimulating, difficult and most rewarding." She believes
that the Yeshiva is most important, particularly during
these times. The children are given values to live by, given
a sense of their worth and taught what it means to be a
Jew in today's world. Little Eva was the first child .-cgis-
tered in the school, which now includes the fourth grade.
Their family is one that preserves its togetherness
Shabbos is the nicest time of the whole week, says Ellen. It
is a time apart from all other days when each individual is
truly himself: a relaxing time with all tensions gone and a
holiday mood prevailinga wonderful island of being to-
gether in contrast to the workaday week.
The Cs enjoy talking things over together. Ellen likes
people but she does not like superficial friendships. She
likes to spend quiet evenings discussing philosophical sub-
jects. When the have time, they like to attend concerts
and operas. She reads as many books as she can find time
for, but hobbies at this point are only a dream. She plays
piano and violin, and is anxious to take up the guitar. But
as of now their lives are centered around their family, Jake's
work and their community activities.
Ellen makes living easy. She knows every short cut ir.
the culinary field. Ht vibrant enthusiasm, love for her
family and the wonderful spiritual feeling that she has for
her religion make her a most delightful person to be with,
as a wife, mother, friend and volunteer.
Vivian JJ einberger
Of Harry Tempkin
Temple Emanu-EI was tin' set-
ting for the fi p.m. rites making
Vivian UYinberger the bride of
Harry Tempkins Sunday. Sept. 20.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the ceremonies, which were fol-
Becomes the Bride
s In Em fnut-El Rites
der Weinborg. 1031 SW 24th Ave.,
graduated froir Coral Gables High
and the University of Flor-
ida. Her husl and, th son of Mr.
pnd Mrs. Albert Tempkins, 17410
NE lliii Ct., North Miami Beach,
Obtained a law degree from the
University ol Florida Law School.
Tiie bride selected a candlelight
gown with bodice and sleeves of
Brussels lace. Her bouquet was
fashion..I of white sweetheart
loses, and she wore a heavily-
beaded headpiece. The attendants-
gowns as well as that of the bride
.vere from Priscilla of P. ,-
Linda Weinberg was h i -
maid of honor; matron of
was the groom's sisu-:
Lynn. Bridesmaids were V.
ilershbein, Esther Lerne:.
Ponn and Wendy Temnkins
Phillip Tempkins serv i
brother's best man; the ushe -
eluded Douglas Lynn. Stuart
vine, Steve Rosenbaum. .",
Corona and Jerry Levine.
Mr. and Mrs. Tempk:: -
belated honeymoon to Las \
New, and San Francisco. Cali
late December. They are n
North Miami their home.
MS. HAtir TEMPKINS
lowed by a reception at the tem->le.
An elementary school teacher at
North Carol City, the bride, whose
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexan-
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Israel Tourist Council Of
Florida Program Launched
:, sentatlves of most major,
Jewish organizations In the :'.ate
l- ive formed tru> Israel To..ri-'.
11 of Florida and launched a
Florida Visits Israel" pro-
gram co-sponsored by E! Al A-.i-
. and Eastern Airlines.
M Zelda Than. Greater Miami
civic ami religious leader, was
i! chairman of the women's
division al an organizational mat-
ing held this week at the Allison
Hotel.
past president of the Miarn'
A
Beach Chapter
of
of Hadass ill
and
of the women's division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, Mrs. Thau has been
an active leader for Israel Bonds.
the Israel Emergency Fund ::' the
l nited Jewish Appeal and nu-
merous other organizations.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI and nation 1
vice president of the Syna |
Council of America, keyiioted tie1
opening session which was co-
hosted by the Israel Government
Tourist Office and by Zenith T >u i.
Zenith, with offices in Miami B >ac!l
Israel. Switzerland and France, is I
serving as the wholesaler of the!
special tours arranged by the El
Al an I Eastern partnershin.
Weekly flights from Miami to[
Tel Aviv by the two airlines will
lct;in on Oct. 15 and continue ev-
ery Thursday at 2 p.m.. with di-
rect connections to non-stop El Al
,iet< to Israel. Round trip fares are
priced at $492, the lowest price
from Miami to Tel Aviv in th"
history of air travel.
Speakers at the organization! I
meeting included Elchanan Segi I,
regional manager of El Al; Mi-s
Flo Alexander, Eastern Airlines
tentative and Elchanan Dvirl
of Israel, travel division director
of Ophir Tours, Israel's second
largest travel agency.
Dr. Lehrman told the assembled [
lelegates of both Zionist and non-
Zionist groups that "maintaining
and. indeed, increasing tourism
to Israel is a major responsibility.
of th- Jewish community. This is
Israel's leading industry in teims
of dollar production, and cannot
fall victim to direct or indirect
threats of Arab terrorists."
The rabbi said. "Touists in If-
rael are as saff as in Miami Beach.
My latest trip to Israel this sum-
mer was my 26th, and this new
program of fall and winter tours
opens up new horizons in lhn
strong bond between the people of
Florida and Israel."
Do-~,.-i.tii-As r.f RncV the Zionist Organization of Amer-i B'nai B'rith. and many others par-
lea, 1! -' id tit, Mizrachi, Ji ivish
Wat- Vet -raiis of the United
States, Hebrew University, Tecn-
nion, Tel Aviv University, the
Ami rlc Jewish Cangress, Amer-
ican Jewish Committee. Farband,
ticipated.
Representatives of Ophir
Zenith stressed that book i
the tours may be made thr
any travel agent. Jewish organiza-
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Friday. September 25, :970
Qa^Mtifwdt
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',., > i mi of Mrs. Edith Levin
.i become Bar M:t/vah Satin
rnir>2. Sept. 26, at The Lsrai

; >- .-. student
and ii in the i
SI en :"i"Hh Jr. ':
- rardi! other. Mr- P. se I
. h-.. : member of ti,'
Ii .-,- eptioi
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i. 1 Ik
. and Mrs "'
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MICHAEL GEIEB
in of Mi
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will hecom<- Bar M rw h
Sept.
np!e Or Olom.
i :.:> >') PI
- n S too h -
h own electronics business
hi i .' n yean old. He
. pi ,. clarinet. accoi Uan
n and drums and last year
, .. piano recital of his o.\n
npositions ;it the Universitj -f
imi. Hi studied on a scholar-
. with visiting c imposer, Rosei
..-. I.-,-- yeai and > a student
pianist Dr. Rosalina Sacksir-.n
the '' '-:"' of Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Geier will host tta
" Idush in the temple foliowiitR
. .,,., i and a receodon m'
mer-danee Saturday evening in
i- son's honor. Amont; th" guesl
.i i. Michael's (nrandpasents. Mr
Mrs Samuel Dorfman.
incipient of certitieate awards for
xceilence in reading and out-
standing work in library twice. He
Ls a memo- : of Beth David"s Jun-
ior Choi and plays alto saxophone
in his school's concert band.
Briar, will be honored at a Kid-
,'.ush foiluwint' thi H r*to and at
j- family dinner Sunday evening,
.randmothers. Mrs.
Mary Rick and Mrs. Bessie Rap-
paport will be present to help him
Boierf Moikowifi lay ftinsltin
rate the occasion.
JAY FEI.NSTKIX
Jay. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zvi
In, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. Sept. 26. at Temple
Kmanu-KI. where his mother was
Brian Dappaporl
on the faculty for 10 years. DC,
Irving Lehrman will officiate ati
the services.
Jay. a ninth grade student at
- the Hebrew Acadomy. has appea
Vd several times as a participatt
on Ch. 2s educational programs.
The grandson of Reb. Yit,
Nadwerner and nephew of Rabbi
Bernard Bergman, the eelebrart
is the great-grandson of the wel -
! known Chasidic Rabbi Reb. Moi
i (hale Nadwerner.
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Let us write clever dirties about each honoree
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DAVID EUMOM
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" ivrence Klbaum of 7121 3.W.|
__,d St. will become Bar Mita
n a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26th at
j nple Ei'th Tov.
DavM attends West Miami Ju,i-
High School, where he is .n!
1 Hth grade. David plays violin l
the s.hool orchestra, and also
v, baseball in the Khouryl
ague. The Oneg Shabbal
i > evening as well as the Kid-
-h Saturday morning will be
Y sted by the celebrant's parents,
p- 1 a reception will be held at the
aum home Saturday eveniiv.;. I
ROBERT mosko\V1TZ
Robert, tin- son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Moskouil/. of Miami Bl-ucIi.
-. I become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-|
Meoor-ih. .Saturday. Sept. 2f>.
9 10 ,m. Rabbi Abraham Ab-
owitz will officiate.
Robert, a ninth grade studnnt at
1 utiiUS Junior High School. Will
i honored at a reception and
inor In celebration of Hie oc-
-ion Saturday evening at the
nous Restaurant
BRIAN RAPPAPOBX
Irian Alan, the son ol Mrs. Ada
1. RappepOTt. 503 SW llth St.,
. r i the late Oscar Rappaport, "ill
I come Bar Mit/.vah Saturday.
.- pt. 26. at-Betii David Oongrega-
i n. whereamta parents have been
r mben Mylars.
Irian, a student at Cilrus Grove
.1 nior liiKbu'School. where he is
i he eUhtN grade, has won the
i*i5HwraU?pe,,in8 Bee tnroe
us in "row. and has been the
hoWtomake money
in the stock market
Wrrn^I^CRYSTAL BALL"
I can teackjjeu a uniaaa toehni-
lue far capital employment in
rtectnTrtnTTeiie "*" '
waujaUi to ko insisautaels.
You can ilarleaeratieg tkenail
i*i. Ha validity can ba cheekad
back avar rfarias' ol 10 ynari
ana* I hava vtti it succassfulljr
far II yaart. also available as a
ateaey manager. Minima* ae-
caeat, $15,000. To arrange an
appeiatmant, sail ma anytime at
(305) 161-1033 er at my kama,
K4-3901.
RICHARD 4. GARFIELD
iet7iC4M.il...
Miaoaok,no.U1M
YES PEGGY,
there REALLY is a
SAM RUBINSTEIN...
he's the man who
sees that only the
finest quality sea
foods are packed
under the Rubin-
stein name.
Sam's personal
endorsement is
on every can of
Rubinstein's.
i3
So Good, It's Wrapped in Gold
How dry we're
COME ALL THE WAY UP TO KflDL
|M .
% If70. ItOWH t WRUAMSOH T01ACC0 COtf.


Friday. September 25,
1970
+Anisl>lkri
Page 9-B
PSC Should Keep People Informed,' Bill Bevis Declares "Oh! Calcutta!" At Plaza
"'Oh! Calcutta!" will bo showing
I at the Playboy Plaza Hotel Thca-
ire Monday, and again <>n Friday,
Oct. 2. Tickets will be on sale all
lay Sunday at the box office.
Florida.'* Public Service Com-
mission should keep the people
informed on what it is doing, so
consumers can organize to
thai
do battle with industry on the
issues. State Rep. William H. Bevis
has declared. A two-term member
0l the Florida House. Rep. Bevis
|s seeking the seat vacated by
.lorry Carter, who is retiring after
'- i years on the commission.
Fort Meade's front runner for
the Group 'i commission scat in
I fjrst primary declared that In-
dustry is always well able to pre-
sent its side on controversial ques-
tions, hut the consumer is not. He
proposes to initiate a system" of
1 quarterly reports to the news me-
dia in order to let the consumers
i know exactly what the Public
I Service Commission is doing.
To do this. Bevis says, the PSC
must upgrade its staff with quali-
fied personnel, in spite of the lad
'hat salary scales do not compare
with those of private industry. To
contend with well-organized Indus-
try efforts, the commission itself
' d.-- well as the consumer must bo
i well organized, he said. With an
, inadequate staff, the commission
[would be hampered In performing
its job a situation in which the I
public is the biggest loser.
i(heated cartoonist, an aart| v i
| ning team of film writers an i
number of distinguished authoi -
ore listed, but not what parr i
wrote. That theatregoers n -t
guess.
Mrs. Lachs Guest Speaker
Mrs. Regina Lachs. area vice
president, will be guosl speaker at
the next regular meeting of the
Kadimah Group of Hadassah, u
lake place at 11 :30 a.m. Monday,
Oct. 5 In the Singapore Hotel. The
meeting will be followed by cards,
l.eona Mais. i. president, has an-
nounced.
Kenneth Tynan, who devised the
show, wanted it judged as a whole.
i so individual contributors a syn-
Wometco Theatres
When you bank with one of us,
you bank with all of us.
And that gives you a lot of bank*
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Loren Mastrofcannl
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Banking Group f
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Page 10-B
rJewistncridian
Friday, September 25. 1970
Hebrew Academy PTA Installation Sunday Evening
_f_ ~L... Qi.man execute vice president, i library special cards: Mrs.
The Hebrew Academy Parents
Tht iteorew Utoinbere cond vice Labovit/.. horary.. birthday cards;
Teacfcers Association wilUuUd its Mrs ^J*""^ r~: w ;J. ,!rs. Henry Stern and Mrs. Leon-
annual installation Sunday eve- preiident and Mrs.Morn* wuoi
seph Wtinberg. ways and means
ccchairmen; Mrs. Carl Tand. room
mothers and telephone; Mrs. uc on-
,.,-. Adto. sJW>i/ K''r,': M-"V Ju"
Sand and Mrs. Kugene Moses.
culture cochairmen; Mrs. Harold
Bellman, shofar; Mrs. Eugene La-
bovitz, publicity; Mrs. Berel Wein,
chaplain and Mrs. Irving Firu),
! liaison.
I man third vice president.
nrd Diamond, librarians; .Mrs. Max
,'Klein and Mrs. Howard Towbin.
Other officers include Mrs. Jack ]uncn room cochairmen; Mrs.
Greenberg. social secretary; M.rs Dam>| Metrick. historian: Howard
Milton Goldman, corresponding i i..t_
secretary; Mrs. Isadore Kovitz. \ Friedman, ways and means chair-
Qmrnrr: Mrs. Simon S'mkovfc. man: Theodore Sigman and .'o-
mtS. HAMID TOKAYiK
at the Academy. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr., Miami Beach.
The 8:15 p.m. ceremonies will
vc conducted by the school's prin-
cipal. Rabbi Alexander Gross, as
installation officer, and all new-
officers and teachers wil be intro-
duced to the parents during the
(vening.
Heading the list of PTA officers
who will oe taking up their new
is Mrs. Harold Tokayer,
who was elected president. Serv-
ith her will be Mrs. Theodore
PLAQUES^
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Memorials Testimonials
Donor Tablets Yahrzeits
For all purposes
Knowledge Hebrew Essential

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Residential-Industrial and
Commercial Roofs
Gutters & Downspouts
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247 N.W. 57th Street
751-7972
The Famous
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Formerly ot
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Will Officiate at He
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Where Every Meal is a Banquet
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and enjoy th f clidavs with tha
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Trial order of ten blades $1.00 plus 25c in stamps to
cover postage and handling.
ISRAELI AID IMPORTS
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Best Wishes
For A Peaceful New
YOU CAN HELP SAVE LIVES IN ISRAEL!
JOIN AMERICAN RED MOGEN DOVID FOR ISRAEL
SUPPORTING MAGEN DAVID ADOM |
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m Maintains Israel's major Blood Banking Facility,
Col. David Marcus Blood Bank and Fractiona-
tion Center.
Helps the sick and wounded with 24-hours-a-
day ambulance service.
Operates 73 First Aid Stations and Underground
Shelter Clinics.
Acts as Israel's Civil Defense health agency in
time of national disaster.
Trains and equips volunteer emergency medical
corps.

BORDER TO BORDER, GUARDIAN OF ISRAEL'S HEALTH
I want to help save lives in Israeli
Please register me as a:
? Blood Bank Member S23
? Chai Member $18
? Chapter Member $10
? Contributor to Blood Bank $__
Enclosed is my tax deductible check for $____
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State
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Clip and mail to:
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L September 25. 1970
*Jm is* meridian
Paqe 11 3
*r.i
In a combined effort the social groups at the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami contributed S627 to the 1970 Combined
I Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund camptiign. Pre-
Isenting the check to Howard J. Trinz, a member of the
IGreater Miami Jewish Federation's Board of Directors,
Inre (left to right) Franklin DeMello of the Catholic Singles
[Group; Dan Vcgel, of the Parents Without Partners Club;
|Mr. Trinz; Bob Lawrence, North Miami Beach Singles Club;
12nd Sam Schleicher of the "Y" Social Singles Club.
'oung Performers To Be Auditioned
i ty for Young Perform
k will hold auditions for candi-
Ltos who ish to be considered
l,r appearances in several wintei
iusicales and a concert in Miami
Auditorium April 3, wher
|l... rships will be awarded.
Tior to auditioning, applicants
0 must be between the ages o.
and 21. American-bom or nai-
Rlized, must submit their teach-
h. permission to appear. No pro-
fsional performers or recipients
1'.'70-71 musical scholarships'
1 be accepted; each porforme'
I ly his own accompanist
j ill not be given by tele
lone it was announced. Further
formation is available to volts
hd string students through Ruth
fotman, president, 1839 SW 17th
L Miami 33145. Pianists are to
pile Esther Barrett, vice presi
nt, 2810 SW 18th Ter., and per
Biers in the lields of art. dance
fiaturc and composition maj
ain information from Mrs. Al-
|ndir Kogan, \ :cc president,
lioyal Palm, Miami Beach.
Ippttcants should include their
ress and telephone number
a stamped, self-addressed en
llx< should be enclosed for l
non-profit organization, the
|'ty was founded in 1967 in
nory of the late pianbt Anyuta
Melicow. and has provided assist-
ance to a numl>or of young musi-
cians in this area.
LEGAL ..OTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ngagi
in business under the fictitious name
Of Sul'THKAST Fl ORIDA GEN-
ERAL AGENCY mi 1689 Coral Way,
Miami, Florida 3.*t 14.> Intend! lo reg-
ister Raid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
EDWARD C. ROGERS, ri.r.
PA VII > T. BBRG. ESQ.
At torney for Applicant
Mil-mi:, Dade Federal Bids.
Miami, Florida, 83181
o i ^ .-, in .',
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVBN llial
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage in
business under tit, fictitious name of
27th AVENUE MARKET :il L'TI" N.W.
27th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to
register wild name with the Clerk of
< Circuit curt of Daile County,
Florida.
Ruben Morales
Ad. n.. i 'ortesn
Relnaldo I lonsales
RATMONIi .1. Vt't >l.F
Attorney for Panics
231 s West Flagler street
Miami, Florida
9/4-I1-18-2S
J&..-ju*
Coll JEfferson 1-7677
rUNiAAL BOIU
>33 DADE BXXJUVARD
l**oea T. Newmm, *X>.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Pn Eyery Doy Closed Sobboth
40SW57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mioit.i'i Only Strictly Jew.sh
Monument Dealrr
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2576
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UE: Estate of
ANNE PERMCK
Patiaanart
To All Creditors and All Person.- Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have again*!
I},.- estate of ANNE l'Kltl.ICK de-
ceased late Of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, und file the same in duplicate
nnd as provided in Section 738.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, wlthfn six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will he barred.
Dated nt Miami, Florida, this 32nd
day of September. All. l!-7n.
First publication of this notioc on
the 2">th dav of September. l!-7".
HOWARD It HlftSCH
As Administrator
HOWARD If. lllltsi'H
Attorney for Administrator
81 ni Biseayne Blvd., Miami. Florida
13138
9/21 l" _'- I
After Yom Kippur
Game Time 8:45
NEW YORK (JTA)
Owners of the New York
Jets professional footlxJ]
team have changed the game
time of this season's first
homo game on Oct. 10 to
accommodate o bse r v ,i u t
Jewish fans. The starting
time for the high! game at
Shea Stadium pit tin;.; the
Jets against the Miami Dol-
phins, has been mined ,iji I >
8:45 p.m. Yom Kippur >nds
at about sundown thai eve-
ning.
LEGAl KOTICE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
In ALL TO Wlln.M THESE PREH
BN1 s SUM.I. c, (MB GREETINGS:
Whereas. cki i.\ D COMMONS,
Miami. Florida; BETTY M. OREEN-
BLATT. Miami, Flo,:.-.a; HARRIBT
i: McLANE, Miami 4^. Florida did
..ii the 8th day of June, A.D. 1959
cause lo be incorporatetl under the|
lawn of the Suite of Florida TROPIC
SIN ESTATES, INC. a corporation,
Wlttl its principal place of business at j
Miami. Dade County In the state nt
Florida, and whereas such corpora-
tion iliil on the -lsi day of Septem-
ber. A.I). 1970, cause to be tiled III
the office of the Departmenl of State,
of the State "f Florida, the documen-
lary authority required under Sec- i
lion 608.37, Florida Statutes, showing I
lb.-dissolution of such corporation.
Now therefore, the Secretary of;
state iii.es hereby certify to the fore-1
gnmg that he is satisfied thai the re- '
iiuireineiits of the law have been com-
j.licii with.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
I IP, I have her, unto set
my band and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of !
tin state of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
this tue -1st day of s. p-
tember. All. 1970.
|' Ml ADAMS
s. craiar) of Btate
:> 25, "ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE FULTON STREET FISH
MARKET at 445 I'errnie Avenue, Per-
rine Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Dade County. Florida.
I >wncr
The Velvet llalloon Corp.
by: Richard Qerateln, President
SAMUEL STEEN
Attorney for applicant
P.O. Box 1914, Coral Cables. Fla.
9/36 10/2-9-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Mil THOMAS FASHIONS at 8340
N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida In-
tends to regiater said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
(i iwner)
Thomas Milan
4.-.H5 N W. 9th Street Apt. No. 7
Miami, Florida
9'IT, 10/2-9-11
Mmt.er:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.I) A.
866-2353
720 Stitnlf finl SiraW
eWM,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
BULK TRANSFER
Pursuant to Florida Statute 676.6-
103 (SI notice is hereby given that ef-
fective September n, f070, at 10(00
a.m. at 608 Lincoln Road, Miami
Reach. Florida a bulk transfer of the
assets of GEORGE BERNSTEIN
whose business address is S.",ill S.W.
20th Terrace, Miami, Florida, "ill be
made to JACK H08ENTHAL851
si'th Street, Miami Reach, Florida,
whose place of bu.-in, IBM is 86180th
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, who is
or will be thereby bound lo pay In
: full the debts of the transferor.
Dated al .Miami Beach, this 1Mb
day Of September. 1970.
Transferee, JACK ROSBNTHAL
Publication of this notice on the
35lh das of September, 1970.
JOSEPH SCHM1ER
606 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Transferee
9 -'". 7'1
ft ELECT GWEN
QUALIFICATIONS SHOULD BE
THE ONLY CRITERIA
Gwen Cherry
District 96.
County for 1
government
an attorney
Mrs. Cherry
dedication
Tallahassee.
is the best qualified in
As an educator in Dnde
8 years, us an attorney,
assistant to the federal
in Washington, D.C., as
for the Coast Guard-
has the experience and
to represent you in
IT'S CHERRY SEASON
PD. POL. ADV.
Florida House of Representatives
District 96/DemocraticPrimary
Community And Temple Memorial
Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
5900 S.W. 77th Avenue Tel: 274-0641
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1970
10:45 A.M.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Temple Judea
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
1 P.M.
RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Temple Zion
3:30 P.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
ALL OF THE JEWISH PUBLIC ARE INVITED
EMANUH. GORDON-1946
HARRY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
mom 4~uneral ^ytc
rontoM
omc
373-5533
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3159
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn UK: ESxtate of
SOPIB THORBJORNM8N, a/h n
SOFIA THORBJORN8BN
l ?. cm aaed,
To ah Creditor! and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims Again*! Said lI.~la.U-:
You arc hereby notified ami re-
quired ti preaent any claim* and de-
mands whlih v..u may have against
th< estate of BOFIB THORBJORN-
SK.V. a/k/a, BOFIA THOKBJORN-
SBN deceased late f Dadt Counfar,
Florida, lo the County Judaee of Dade
(unity, and file rho name m daplk'ate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty. I'lorlda. within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will lie
barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Huh
day of Scptomli. r. A.IV 1970.
AI.HKHT KIH.IND
As Bxecutor
First puhlication of this notice on
the I5th (lay of September, 1970.
CHAKUITTB J. ItAllKAN
Attorney for F.xcoutor
nil Ainsley Uuildine
9/24 10/2-9-1*
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3178
(Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In ItK: Estate of
MARY ISA mi I'll, n k a
ISA WINGETT JIITH.
1 e, i.i.m'iI.
i To All Cii-ditors and All Persons Huv-
i Ing claim- or Demands Against Said
:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have airal*nst
the estate of MARY ISA Ml'Tlt, also
known a- is \ WINOBTT .MI'TH. de-
ceased late of Allegheny County, Penn-
sylvania to the County Judges of
Made County, and file the same in llu-
| plicate and as provided in Section
783.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
l lade County, Florida, within six eal-
i eudar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi- ImIi
da) of September, All 1970.
ETMZARBTH KAI.AS
AS Ancillary I'.ve.utrix
First puhlication of this notice on the
25th dav of September, 1970,
I HARRIS & SIliKIN', 1' A
Attorneys for Ancillary F.xcout I'ix
1 13th Floor Pad. Federal Bids.
Miami, Florida J318I
I It i" 3-9-16
LEGAl NOTICE
Ii -
S I
mands tvhich you may tiavc agu
...... late of lll'TH It. l.i:\\'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3468
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III ItK: Kstat. of
Ki Til it. UBWIXSOHN
I I'-ccaseil.
To All Creditors and A,U Jersons
mt; Clainu or I i< iii.iiiw>.p6- i11 :i -
Kslate:
You are hereby nmirt-l- and -
quired to present any elnntts ami
c
'ixsciiv
deceased lute of Dade JUi'inaaV. Uorii
lo the County Judges nt isailc c..u
i\. ami file the same iirtilfcllli^ale and
as pi-Hided in Se,lUl|y,*.'|8}1i}, VloraVi.
Statutes, In their offices iii tne Cnut -
i> Courthouse In Dart.- t'ounty, Flor-
ida, A'lthln six calendar ni/mhs from
i'li, of the first publication here-
of, or (he sain.- will he ttJrVud.'
Dated at Miami, l'loi ija,: I Mis ~'nd
dav ofSeptember, AD. ISTO
I Dated at Miami, FloiUila.' this? : lay
of s,|iii mber, A.D. I976t ,
HERBERT 1.i:\VI\SOH .\
As Bxecutor
First publication of this notice oi
25th da) of September, 1970
i VROXOVITZ, SILVER & HTtrtTH
by: Sidney Aronovlti i3 \
I Attorneys for Bxecutor
908 Ainsley lluilding. Miami. Florid
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IXOTICB IS HBREHY GIVEN that
the undendg'ued, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of DR& RADBR & TOBIN, WAYNB
i; TOBIN, M.IV, and DANIEL BA-
DBR, Ml', at lir>n N.W. 14th Street.
.Miami. Florida intends to register
said names ith the Clark of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DOCTORS ItAMBR. AND TOWN.
PA.
By: WAYNB K. TOHIX. Ml).
FKOMUERC. FROMIIKHG& KOTII
PA.
Attorneys for DOCTORS RADBR &
TOBIN, P.A.
9/23 10/2-9-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MBItBllY GIVBN th it
the unilersigned. desiring to engagi
in husiness under the fictitious naipo
ol ARTHUR W, SITKIN. D.D.8. it
10589 Bird lioad. Miami, Florida in-
tend to icu-ister said nam. wilh the
clerk of the Circuit Coui I of Dade
County, Florida,
ARTHI'i: W, SITKIN, D.D.8., P. v
By: Arthur W. Sitaui. D.D.8.
FROMUBRiG. FROMBEja UOTH.
P.A.
M-IQ3 lliscaync lluililll
, Miami. Florida. 3"130 J
i Attorneys for Arthur V> Sitrin,
' D.D.S., P.A.
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i annual Bureau of Jewish Education
I Dinner, to be held at the Plaza Hotel Satur-
day evening, Nov. 28, will honor Mrs. Anna
Erenner Meyers for her years of dedicated
I work in general education, and as a Bureau
committee chairman. Conferring with Abra-
ham A. Grunhut, ticket chairman, are. from
left, Albert E. Ossip, honorary president; Os-
car Member, retiring treasurer; Jack Katzman
Mamber, retiring treasurer; Jarlw Katzman
lonutioiis To Children's Center Tax-Deductible
| The Women's Auxiliary of The ( deductible, of course) will be wcl-
.l.t: n" = Center, a school for enio-' corned. Such items as jump ropes,
c.is.uiix'd children at 2600 educational toys, wooden puzzles.
a microscope, record player, full-
length mirror, science medds. and
cassette tapes would also be much
Talianof f To Head
Florida ADL Group
George J. Talianoff. Miami BeachI and philanthropic efforts, Mr. Ta!i-
attorney and civic leader, has been I anoff serves on the National Cuuii-
named chairman of the Anti-Dofa- cil of the Joint Distribution Gem-
mation League's Society of Fello*-*
for the State of Florida.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made by Bernard S
Green, national chairman of the
Society, who also announced that
Mr. Talianoff will preside at the
Florida group's Annual Dinner
Nov. 7 at the Eden Roc Hotel in
Miami Beach.
Serving with Mr. Talianoff as
co-chairmen of the dinner are
Dade Countians Jack Kassewitz
and Henry K. Wolff. I^conard L.
Abess. of Miami Beach, is honorary
chairman. Serving as vice chair-
men are Morton L, Annis. of Tam-
pa. Joseph L. Brechner, of Orlando,
and Al L. Schneider, of Jackson-
ville. William A!per is chairman of
the ADL Regional Board and Wal-
ter A. Apfe'.bnum is chairman of
the ADL Executive Committee.
The Society of Fellows is l
country-wide association of pro-
fessional, business and civic lead-
ers who aid the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in am-
uaignine. recruiting new leader-
ship and in charting future growth; society of Dade County. He is on
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
mittc" and is a mei.ibor of the
Board o! the American Cancer
l\V 2nd Ave.. last year raised
bmr S6.500 for the Institution.
bough the Potpourri Shop, the
U the Remembrance Fund. I appreciated.
fcliriay greeting card sales and
nil is single contributions. The .
,a ; yi ar is S7.500, and dona- was no way to aid the emotionally
ons to the Potpourri Shop, (tax
Up until a few years ago, there
as no wa;
disturbed children of Dade County.
They were mistreated and grew
up into maladjusted adults. A
number of well known persons as
well as organizations in the com-
munity aie now supporting the
staff of this Institution in the
attempt to correct that situation.
Among them was Le-Noar B'nai
B':ith youth, a junior high school
group which ailoptea (he Childcn's
Center as its summer charity.
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by providing a source of ideas, ex
perience and support.
Mr. Talianoff. who his been
ciosely identified with the Anli-
Dcfamatinn League and its parent
organization, B'nai B'rith. is n <-
; tional chairman of the l.eaguc'c
rommunity Service Committee and
j is a member of ADL's Nation*'
! Commission. He served fo- minv
Ivears as chairman of the Florida
Regional Board of the Lca-m" ar.d
was o member of ADL's National
Advisory Council. He is also past
president of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodger
Active in a wide ranee of civic
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THEY'LL DO IT IN REVERSE NEXT TIME!
As soon as school was out. Dr. David Pinosky.
his wife, Elsie, and their children, Sammy and
Susie, iages 5i and 7) loaded up their twin-
engine Piper Comanche and took off for their
usual two week vacation in the Bahamastheir
favorite place for relaxing. As soon as they re-
turned to Miami, they began preparing for their
trip to Europe, where Dr. Pinosky, a psychiatrj*
was going to attend a neuro-psychopharmacology
meeting being held in Prague. This time, they
left their own wings at home, and flew com-
mercial. They visited London, Copenhagen, and
Paris, enroutc. (Their Paris taxi-driver searched
for nearly an hour before locating "Goldenberg's
Ki -her Restaurant." They knew they were at the
right place when they walked in and saw the
matzoh and horseradish on the tables, and were
atle to satisfy their craving for a corncd-becf
sandwich there.)
The Pinosky family found Prague a beautiful
city with many outstanding historical and cul-
tural attractions, including Europe's oldest syna-
gogue, built in 1270, and a Jewish cemetery dat-
ing back to 1439. Visiting Czechoslovakia made
them appreciate their good fortune in being U.S.
Citizens, however. Well-meaning friends had ad-
vised against taking the children with them, but
since traveling was nothing new for the yonng-
St( rs, th< ir parents felt sure they would get along
well, They were glad they had disregardcel that
when they reached St. Moritz. in the Alps.
i able car took them up 10,000 feet, to where
hot, hut the snow was cold as w,
I beautiful and the children played in
>r the first time In their lives. The entire
.. marvelous experience for the whole
; If there is a "next time," Elsie says,
.'' Will do it in reverse oir'ci Europe first and
in the Bahamas later. There was scarcely
''"' to catch their breath before the opening of
schi
A RKAL HAM' (ACTRESS)
:: Rae Winner of Winter Park, who is visit-
ing her sister. Mrs. Nat Waldman. is sharing in
the excitement created when Mrs. Waldman's
daughter, Phyllis, called fioni Palm Beach where
children; Tracy. Tro;- and Mark. Phyllis
she and her husband, Tim Hoffman, live with
ted that Tracy, 10. is the biggest "ham"
actress she has ever seen. A toy manufacturer in
Palm Beach who is putting out a new kite had
looked everywhere for just the right little blond?
with pigtails for his TV commercial before he
S Tracy. The professionai child actor she work-
ed with fluffed his lines, but Tracy said hers
like an old pro, her mother bragged. Now the
whole family will be watching all T.V. commerci-
als until Tracy's is on.
A BRl'NCHEON
A cross between brunch and lunch is what
Burton and Fran Levey hosted at their home in
honor of their godson Steven Glantz, the son of
Arnold and Beverly Glantz, who became B.v
Mitzvah. The two lathers have been friends since
childhood, and each was best man at each other's
wedding.
The children had a room to themselveslh"
playroom was set up for them and they played
ping pong and the Leveys manaei to get a pin
ball machine, too. The grownups were seated at
small tables throughout the house. The entire
Glantz family was here from New Jersey and
Pennsylvania, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hcrshcy Glantz. Mrs. Alma Segal and Isadore
Segal were included. Among the other gudttl
were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bachner and their
family and Mrs. Arlene Cohen and her three
daughters. Of course the Levey's three, Beth,
Jeff and Jodi. had a grand time being hosts
Beth had helped her mother make the five cakes,
too. Starting young.
HAIR, STRAIGHT OR CURLY
Guess it didn't make much difference at the
Coconut Grove Theater what anybody's hair
looked like. Tnr play was "Hair" and everyone
said that it was an "cxperii nci But Just what
kind of an experience, I'm not sure. Every night
the place is jammed, though. Dr. an I M Fr d
Selser wen thi r with Mrs S 1st i s mother Mrs.
Monroe Evans, wh i is i siting them from Fay t-
teville, N.C. where her husband was mayor
the town for manj yi pa Mr and Mrs. F
Ober, Dr. and Mrs. Michai I Mr. and M
Steven Blass and Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Gell -
were in the audienci eve Dr. and Mrs. Hv
Lieber, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Far;-, Dr. and Mr.;
Alexander Robbir.s and Jere and Shirle-y Lehman.
REUNION
Lile (Mrs. Joseph" Duntov had a very special
apple cake lor her spec si guests, Frances Miller
Browner and her husband, Henry, who were in
town. Harold and Stella Turk were there an!
Anna Brcnn< t Meyers, who took all of the news
back to her Ben. Mrs. Browner is director ot th
Altschul Foundation, so she had many interest-
ing stories to tell.
the Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and is vice president of Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach.
A former Special Assistant At-
torney General of the State of
Florida. Mr. Talianoff is a mem-
her of the American. Florida and
Dade County Bar Associations. He
' also chairman of the Ch.i.t
Review and Revision Board of the
City of Miami Beach and has b n
'dmitt"d to nractice he fore I--
Bars of the State of New York.
Florida and the United States
S'lorcme Court.
ATID Dedicates
1st 'Bookmobile'
During the annual Board of Dl-i Among those who attended the
rectors of the United Synagogue) dedication ceremonies were Martin
of America meeting held recently |EdeiIman. international coordinator
at the Carillon Hotel. Miami Beach, of ATID; Miss Rochelle FlUXgold,
Jacob Stein, president, announced\ assistant coordinator, who will he
a new educational project of its| traveling with the Bookmobile: Dr.
college organization. ATID, which Harold C. Rivkind of St. Peters-
will soon be seen on the nation s
campuses.
The new project is ATID's fir^t
Bookmobile of Religion, a self-cur-
tained educational resource, book-
sale and religious program on
wheels which will travel to col-
leges across America offering books
on Judaica at substantial discounts
as well as films, lectures and
classes. It will also make special
visits to synagogues and teen-age
youth conventions.
burg, president of the Southeast
Region. United Synagogue of Amer-
ica; Jerry Sussman, national vice
president: Joseph Golden, regional
vice president and chairman of the
Youth Commission: Rabbi Allen
Rutchik. director of U.S.A. for the
Southeast Region and Marshall
Baltuch. regional youth director
and past international vice presi-
dent of ATID.
Following the ceremonies, ths
Bex>kmobilc made its first Stop it
Beth Torah Congregation in North
The dedication of the Bookmooi.e Miami Boacn wncrc it was part -f
took place immediately after the: proram sponsored by the Beth
Director's meeting. Jules Guitn, Toran ATID chapter and Its adult
international president of A T1D j oommunjtv. ]ls second stop was
and Rabbi Paul Frecdman. direc n 0rlando< for a program led by
tor of the Department of Youth; Rabbi Michael Monson, Hill I di-
Activitles of United Synagogue of rector of the University of F
America were the featured s;i ..-
i I -.
Ida, after which it proceeds
' Jacksonville University.
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+Jewlt fkridHari
Friday. September 11,
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Fulbrighfs Plan: Out Of The
Fog Into The Haze
By SAM LIPSKI
Th<- Senator Fulbright who tFltid
unsuccessfully to block a propos d
which will enable tho Nixon ad*
ministration to advance urgently
needed military sales credits for
Israel, is a more familiar figure
than the one who, only a weik
earlier, was proposing a bilateral
dfelensa treaty batmen Washing-
ton and Jerusalem.
Indeed. Senator J. W. Fulbright'*
past record of scepticism anil
snide remarks about Israel has
been one of the factor* in the end*
Ability gap which still surrounds
lus plan for a Middle East peace
settlement. When his lack of sym-
pathy lor Israel is added to l.is
highly publicized opposition to
American military commitments
.abroad, the credibility gap widens.
Despite these d ii'lits. this cor-
respondent has maintained ibat
lho Fulbright plan is an imnor-
tant one. baeanse of its authors
influential position as Chairman of
the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, because of his more favored
acceptance i:iside the Nixon ad-
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ministration than under previ-
ous Presidents, and became i
the philosophy behind the ;lan
itself.
In essence, the Fulbright plan
is a plan of last resort. There is
nothing about it which suggest;
that the primary objective is safe-
guarding the security of Israel.
The primary objective is avoiding
American involvement in a con-
frontation with the Soviet Union.
To reach that point Fulbright be-
lieves Israel must withdraw from
all the occupied- terrorises thu-'l
mollifying the Arabs. If lira*
would do that, and if the multi-
lateral guarantees provided by tiw
United Nations Security Council
were still not enough to satisfy
her. then the United States wouid
offer a bilateral guarantee.
In Fulbright's words this treaty
would be "an additional, subsidi-
ary and supporting guarantee."
There are valid arguments for and
against the wisdom of such a
treaty from Israel's point of view,
under the best of circumstances.
But what does it mean under pres-
ent conditions?
There are two questions: for Is
rael, what would an American
guarantee be really worth when
it came to the crunch? For ev-
erybody concerned with peace, is
this the way to solve the confiicl
between Arabs and Israelis?
Stripped to its essentials a lv-
lateral treaty means that the
United States would come to Is-
rael's aid if it was in her interests
to do so and if she could manage
it. In other words a treaty would
not change very much at all. All
sorts of solemn public promises
-\ere given in 1967 before the
Six-Day War. The United Nations
agreements had been made into a
farce by Egypt's President Nas-
ser and still there was no inclina-
tion by the United States to do
anything effective politically, l.:t
alone use force.
In a similar situation ten years
from now, with the possibility
that the United States could again
be involved militarily or politi-
cally elsewhere, or the more like-
ly probability of a United Stales
well into a period of neo-isolaiion.
Israel would be breaking her
Gefilte fish like mother
used
to make.
<8>
For the holidays,
for any days, serve
what Mother's
knows bast. Gefilte
Fish, traditional
Old Fashioned. New
Sweet Old World,
Whitefish and
Yellow Pike, or all
Whitefish.) Only
the freshest fish.
Just the right
amount of spices.
Slow-simmered
to bring out the
delicate flavor.
Now in jars with
easy-open, twist-off-
twist on caps.
Or cans. And
remember Mother's
Margarine. And
Borscht. And
Schav. And
Matzo Balls.
For salt free diets:
Mother's new
Unsalted Gefilte Fish,
Unsalted Borscht,
and Unsalted Sott or
Stick Margarine. All
Pareve and Kosher.
Only
if your
mother made
great gefilte fish.
agreement with the United States
--under Fulbrigbt's planif she
acted to protect her very -xist-
ence.
Any treaty is only as good as
both friends and enemies believe
it to be. On the past record of the
United States in the Middle East
the Israelis could be forgiven \i
they doubted the real value of
such a treaty and the Egyptians,
after the experience they have had
of violating a cease-fire agree-
ment with Russian connivance,
could also be forgiven if they
made their plans without much
regard to it. For all the solemnity
with which Fulbright seeks 1c
clothe a guarantee which has
been ratified by the United States
Senate, bitter experience has been
a better guide than treaties.
Th" second major question:
would it bring peace? goes to the
very heart of the mistaken as-
sumptions behind the Fulbright
plan. In some 15.000 words, de-
molishing what he calls "tenacious
myths," Fulbright does the pex-l
feet balancing act in intcllecti:.'
gymnastics. Thus it is a "mvtii '
for the Israelis to fear an Aiahj
drive to "push fbvm irtto the sca"|
because Egypt and Jordan* have!
repudiated any such intention. And
it is a "myth" for the Arabs to
see Zionism as a new form of west-
ern Imperialism.
For every myth that he puts
forward Fulbright has an equal
and opposite myth. Israelis, Arabs,]
Russians, and Americans are all i
swayed by them. Only Futbrightl
can cut through the fog and .-.how,
us the "new realities."
But the one real non-myth lact!
about the Middle East is that the]
conflict between Arabs and Israelis
has no real historical precedent!
and is quite unique. Unlike al'.j
other disputes the dominating (act
about Arab-Israeli conflict is iisj
psychological variable a refusal
by the Arab leadership to accept |
that Israel has come to stay in
the Middle East.
To put it another way: if Israel
announced tomorrow that it w..s
withdrawing every soldier to its
1%7 borders, accepting CVCl'yi
Arab refugee back inside its terri-
tory, paying full compensatio.i tel
all the others, completely disarm-
ing her Air Force. Navy arid Army,'
and accepting the InteraatiiJ
zation of Jerusalem, would
guarantee pescef WouM it "1
that an EjrvfltJaVi Foreign Mil
ter-would actually meet ,nd J1
Hate with an Israeli Foreign "v\
ister? Would President N I
the Egyptian people that ho J
nounces war against 1-
The reader can draw his 0J
conclusions. The point is that "
most critical academic nnahvj
of the Middle East alu lyg fn^
on one stumbling block. Ho many mistakes and b.,i p,,^
can bo attributed to Israel, i
there have been some lost ojw
tunities. nothing will change i||
Middle East until the far iccj.
of permanent Israel sovereignf
admitted 0|>enly and public!} J
psychological breakthrough by
Arabs: all of them, Pi.estini
Egyptians. Syrians, Jordaniji
Iraqis.
That is why an impi~1 t-ru
would not work. That ..-, why
the guarantees and treatk* *
d'lrsed by the major powers i
at best be only temporary ext-
ents. That is why the Pull*)
plan, while worth seri
lion, must be relegated U its
category: "old myths."
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^JewisH Flor id/Ian
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^yio/iaay J-oods
L' Chqyim With
Sonka Coffee
A toast to neaiih is always in
lod order for the new year,
nki is certainly the right 'drink-'
,, toast to one's health with. It is
L. p7 fetes like the 100% real coffees
hat do contain caffein.
Caffein is a stimulant that does
t do us any Rood: for many
ople, the caffein in coffee is
actually harmful. If you love cof-
Ifce. however, and don't want t >
Igiv'e it "P- don't. Simply switch
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For those who do prefer a light-
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Trust Sunsweet Label
When it comes to prunes and
prune products, you can trust the
old. familiar Sunsweet label. The
Sunsweet growers grow and pro-
duce the finest prune products on
the market. Be sure when ycu
reach for prunes, prune juice or
stewd nmnes. that you're reach-
ing for the top brand. Sunsweet.
unique is that it is-made with
whole fresh eggs. The eggs mOKe
the difference. Naturally its kosh-
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Look for Hellmann's and be sure
that you are using the best tast-
j ing, highest quality mayonnaise a .
I jcar Jong.
L What's Enjoyed All Year?
Why Kraft's Philadelphia cream
cheese, of course. Krait Philadel-
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welcome all year long, any time of
i day. Whether Philaoelplna is us.it
! as a smear on bagel, toast or
j crockets, in baking, cooking, dips,
j Krait Pniladeiph:a is the most
| |H>pular cream cheese in Jewish
' Homes, and rightly so.
serve Maxwell House quality in an
instant.
The Holiday Toastei
When toasting during the holi-
day season, serve your guest their
favorite. Seagram's V.O.. th"
smooth Canadian whiskey that i.^
served in more homes than any
other imported whiskey. Seagram's
V.O. helps make you the perfect
hostess all year round.
Hellmann'sThe Year
Round Mayonnaise
There's a real difference in Hell-
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cate in flavor, crcamv and rich
too. What makes Hellmann's so
Yuban Dessert Coffee
Yuban is the rich coffee that is
perfect as a dessert alone, or with
a light holiday dessert to top off
your Rosh Hashanah dinner. In
fact, Yuban is a delightful bever-
age any meal, or any time of the
day, the whole year through. Buy
and enjoy instant and reguii.r
Yuban. You can't make a better
cup of coffee.
Traditional Coffee Also
Keeps Up With The Times
The traditional coffee. Maxwell
House, has kept up with the times
as well as Maxwell House instant,
a blend of its fine regular coffee in
instant form.
If you prefer instant, or haven't
the time to make a pot of regu-
lar Maxwell House, you can still
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Maxwell House is really the
traditional Jewish coffee because
it's the one coffee that's bec-a a
part of Jewish holidays and Jew-
ish home life for a very long time.
Maxwell enjoys this position a:;d
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Friday. September 25
Jewish quiz box
Bv RABBI SAMIK.L .1. FOX
Wh\ MM the Rosh Ha-Ji in iii
hobuav immmoii ilwljrnl to l- I
lilll" .l |II:Ij;iii> 111 ".'
Th.- symbol of the Zodiac for
th- month of Tishri 'the Rosh
HashaMh month' is th.- figure of
balance represented by scales. It is
for this reason that medieval au-
thorit < 'P.amban. AbevbaneL
etc. i the month of the
h:_ ipropriate
tin* r iudgtag the human .
on the les I udgn nt.
Also, the Mid ash Pesikta Ra-
ba< s that th first n
Adam, was created, sinned and
Judged on th^ first day of TUhrl
fth late fo R -:. Hash nahi .md
th I ''iat just a- be
had -' In judgment before the
Almighty on thai
i i :l 1- ti I IU( 'A -
M '-laimed that th--
Almighty choi this period
cause 'ild one most
rani o a to the people who per-
form many virtuous deads during
ih s Tvriixl because of th-- many
f i : rites that occur at this
time. It Ls all i stated that this
; the season of the fall harvi >t
an 1 that man would have more
time to devote himself to thinking
about the Almighty after he nfl
gathered his crops.
It should be noted that in the
time of Moses the second set of
commandments was ci.en at Sin li
on the tenth of this month. Giv-
ing the second set of command-
ments was an act of pardon on'
the part of th? Almighty for th:
'i people who had sinned
and for whom Moses had sought
i veneas during his second as-
cent on Mount Sinai which wtm;
taking place at this time of year. |
Why do ma ii \ people obwnc .
the i iistoin of wearing white
Diamond
Crystal
KOSHER
SALT
etaSBMS on Rosh HaslianaJi ?
Th" source for thus practice
seems to be traced to the Jeru-
salem Talmud Tractate Rosh
Hashanah 1:31 which states that
while other peoples wear black
daring their judgment period, not
being certain of their fate, th?
Jewish people wear white i
Sign of confidence that the Al-
mighty will forgive them bees ise
of their prayer, charity and |ien-
ance.
\V. aring white is a symbol of
purity and signifies, as the phophet
writes, "Though your sir- be n it-
let. they shall be made white as
snow' (Isaiah 1:18'. The white
clothing is also symbolic of th"
garb of the angels. Jews, when
they arc forgiven, are said to in-
itiate the angels in their
There are some who regard the
white garb as symbolic of the
whit" shrouds of the dead. In this
sense the white clothing remind
man of the limitations on hi- iii
and th" temporary existence he
leads, thus encouraging him to
repent his sins and be forgiven.
F: us male worshippers mak" it
a practice for this reason to wear
the white "kittel" during th -ir
prayers in the synagogue on Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Why Is it that the Hallel
Psalms (11S-1I8). which are re-
cited on every niaior Jewish
holiday, are not recited on Rosh
Hnahanah ml Vtii KipfMtr?
The Talmud I Tractate Rosh,
Hashanah 32b explains that the
Hallel Psalms are inappropriate,
on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kip-'
pur because the Almighty sits n
solemn judgment then and the
Books of Life ami Death are spread
open before him. It would thus
be presumptuous of the worship-
i pers to openly sing victorious and
t joyous hymns before Him.
Maimonides writes that since
the days of Rosh Hashanah and
Yom-Kippur are generally days of
concern, trepidation and penance.
i the Hallel Psalms should be omit.
I ted since they are Psalms of re-
! joicing (Yad. Chanukah 3:6'.
It should be noted that the Tnl-
I mud (Pesahim 118bi states that
there arc five motifs contained ;n
; the Hallel Psalms which fit Ike
i mood of the festivities, exodus, the Revelation, etc.).
None of these motifs are directly
related to Rosh Hashanah. es
ally because these motifs relate
to th.' singularity of the People.
Israel and Rosh Hashanah is com-
paratively universal in character.
Also the Hallel Psalms are re-
cited in celebration of an escape
from some challenge which had
historically taken place on that
day or for which the holiday is
celebrated. Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur display no spe< li
connection to such historic inci-
dents Furthermore, while the es-
cape and deliverance brought to
mind in the Hallel Psalm-
events of the past, the experience
of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kip-
pur i- an on-going current one.
\Vh\ is there a custom ot plac-
ing small pieces of wood in the
hands of the corpse when plac-
ing the eOI?M into the grave.'
Th- Jerusalem Talmud (K'Laj
lm 9:4' relates that Rabbi Jen
miah requested that a staff "
placed in his hand when he was lo
be buried. The reason he gave wa i
that when he was resurrect.!
the davs of the Messiah, he would
be prepared to march forward with
his staff in his hand. It K possible
that this may be the reason for!
the tradition of placing wooden
sticks in the hands of the corps"
upon burial.
Yoreh Vcah. 327, relates that he hid
been told that this custom indi-
cated a belief in the resurrection (
of the dead. Generally speaking.
the experience of death is at first
hand a most frustrating one. The
sur\ ivors. therefore used many
means to demonstrate their be-
lief in the future life and in the
resurrection of the dead. The plac-.
ing of the sticks would thus bej
one of these means.
In Local Theater.
Films showing in loca th.ai
include Sunflower" at the Cai
Miracle, 163rd Street a MJ
"War of the Garga:
Monster Zero" at the ral \y
27th Avenue and N
Drive-ins; "The Profess. a|S" f
"In Cold Blood" at t
Joe" at the Carlylc a
"The Adventurers" at I
and "Marooned" at th
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Just put your favorite
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It's August all year 'round
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Lriday. September 25, 1970
Yacd Habesht," which will be established at the en-
hance- of the Baal Shem Tov Forest in honor of Bernard
Silver of Miami Beach, the originator of the Forest and des-
cender.', of the Baal Shem Tov. The building will comprise
c houie of study, as well as a library of the Chassidic
movement, containing all the works of the Baal Shem Tov
and literature on Chas6idism. In it will be displayed the
names, of those who have established individual projects
in the Baal Shem Tov Forest, starting with a grove. Mr.
Silve: nas planted some 25,000 trees in the Baal Shem Tov
Fores* as his own project.
louples Club Installation
Rabbi Sol Landau will install
. i: David Couples Club offi-
i. Friday evening durinR the
l.''.!) p.m services in the sanctu-
iv A eptton will be held fol-
iv\K th( installation of Mr. and
In Sti then Toback. presidents;
|li. and Mrs. Stuart Nussbaum.
vici presidents; Mr. and Mrs.
, .ini. seeonri vice presi-
Wts; D: and Mis. Fred Selis-
Sian. i rding secretaries, and
lit- and .Mrs. Martin Orlin, treas-
I;..: s.
'Chilean Families Apply
JERUSALEM (WNSI The
Jewish Agency has rc|x>rted that
; after the leftist victory in Chile, 80
Jewish families applied for emi-
gration papers because they fear
' the new government will be anti-
Semitic. The anti-Jewish positions
; taken by Latin American govern-
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and the extreme left is expected
' to incrase immigration from that
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Lecture Series At Temple Israel To Resume On Oet. 18
The Supreme Court's ridings 0:1
criminals, the politics of the Blec-
toral College and the 1970 politi.
cal campaigns will be explored in
he opening weeks i).\ this year's
Sunday morning lectures series
speakers at Temple Israel or Great-
er -Miami.
Pulitzer-prize historian Leonard
Levy, one of the leading const;
Official Caucus Is
Set By Democrats
Dtmocratic members of the leg-
islature will hold an official cau-
cus in Miami Beach Oct. 3-4 to
confirm Rep. Richard Pettigrew is
Speaker of the House and select
,> Speaker pro-tem. it has been an-
nounced. The caucus, which will
be held at the Carillon Hotel, is
believed to be the first ever held
in Dade County -a special reig-
nition for Pettigrew, who is the
first speaker-designate from Flor-
ida's most populous county.
Following the Sunday caucus,
legislators will attend a dinner at
the Carillon sponsored by a state-
wide citizens committee called the
House Democratic Campaign Com-
mittee to raise funds for use in
statewide campaigns. Rep. Petti-
grew will he honored at the dinner
event.
Ultional authorities in the nation,]
will address himself to the ques-
tion "is The Supreme Court Con-'
dling Criminals?'' on Oct. is. 1,'..
will be followed by Prof. Alcx-i ile
M. Bickel ot the Yale Law S
discussing "The Politics of Ihi '
Electoral College" Oct. _'7.
Winding up the pre-election ;><"
gram will be Washington Star co.-
umnist Milton Vior-t, author ..
"The Republican Party and th
Puritan Ethic." who will devot
his Nov. 1 lecture to the political,
issues (.f 1970.
In addition to rabbinic air: .
Mes tiuni the tli'Oe major areaj of
.lewis!) religions thought, academl-
nans like Prof. JeromaaH. Skol-
nlck In> directed a Task r 1
tor th" National in ssion .: Vio-
lence, and literary figures iike
Dr. Irving Howe, noted critic and
lUthor, u.ll be part of th 2 >
week si lies. Aii all-day seminar on
The Future ol American Educa-
tion," with Dr. Edgar '/.. Frlcdcn-
berg as the featured speaker, will
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Je*i*iifkiiMaun
Friday, September 25, 1.3-3

LL'haf s L_^eett//.<
Bv RITII SIKKIS
Rosh Hashanah means the beginning ol a new year. We
..elcome a new year according to our Jewish ways, values and
tradition. We welcome the new year with inner search and evalu-
ation of our deeds during the previous one. and we pray for a
etter and a happy new year. We ask for health, better communi-
cation between people, and above all, we pray for peace.
We Jews like to celebrate our new year in the closeness of
cur family and friends. Therefore. Rosh Hashanah dinner is not
just another meal. It is an integral part of the holiday. Wnen
Winning the menu, think about the social, psychological and
sentimental meaning that we attach to food. We don't eat just
to fulfill our physical needs. When we are gathered around the
iestive table with friends and relatives, we experience a strong
fueling of belonging and fraternity. It is especially true on Rosh
Hashanah. On this holiday we renew once again our ties with the
Jewish tradition and the Jewish nation.
Do try' to make the evening a special one. Set the table with
the most beautiful linen, china and silver you have. Light candles
end decorate the centerpiece with apples. Have dishes with honey
^nd sliced apples around them, encourage everybody to follow
ihe tradition of dipping the apples in the honey for a sweet year.
IMW year will linger all year long. The memories of a close
rew year, will linger all year long. The memories of a close
family around a holiday table will accompany the youngsters for
a lifetime.
As you know, almost every dish on the menu "tells a story"
end has a meaningit's the reason for being there. Take time to
xplain to the children or to guests why it is customary to serve
ihem.
Our menu is composed of traditional elements and includes
:: the holiday's special dishes, you and your family will feel that you
re a part of a chain that will never break.
1. Fish: served whole, with the head, so that we may always be at
the head and not at the tail .
2. Golden chicken soup, with ezz noodles: so that we may have
a golden year .
3. Pot roasted beef with plenty of vegetables in some Jewish communities > .
4. A plate with a big variety of fresh vegetables: so that we may
have a year of abundance and plentifulness .
5. A carrot torte: the golden color of the cake and its sweet taste
suggest many good wishes for the new year. And of course,
lon't forget the sweet wine, the round challes. the apples and
the honey.
Each receipe makes six servings. They are given from me t >
you, along with my warmest wishes for a HAPPY. SWEET. AND
PEACEFUL YEAR. SHANA TOVA!
BAKED FISH
2 lb. fish 1 one whole or two
small fish)
'_ tsp. pepper
4 tbls. oil
1 small can of tomato paste
Juice of one lemon
2 tsp. salt
1 large onion
6 parsley sprigs-chopped
I tsp. garlic powder
1 cup water
Grease a baking dish with a little of the oil. Slice the onion
?nd fry it lightly in a skillet with the remainder of the oil. Com-
bine the tomato paste with the parsley and garlic. Clean the ii;h.
crinkle with salt and pepper and arrange in the baking dish.
Pour the fried onions and oil over the fish. Add the tomato mix-
lure the lemon juice and pour around the fish. Bake, covered at 400
ciegrees for 30 minutes: remove the cover and bake another 20
minutes at 350 degrees.
COLORN CHICKEN SOI"P
chicken 1 or chicken's
2 ib. chicken (or
wings and giblets1
4 carrots
'2 celery root
2 Italian squash
'2 tsp. pepper
1 lb. beef shin bnes
1 large onion
10 parsley sprigs
2 tsp. salt
8 cups water
Clean the chicken and bones, put them in a large soup pot.
Clean and pare the vegetables. Add to the pot. Add the water and
seasonings. Bring to a boil: lower the heat. Skim off the foam
with a slotted spoon and let the soup simmer gently for lh to
two hours.
Continued on P*;j 9-C
Miami Happenings
The Miami Beach Cltj Council
has appointed Miami Beach at-
torney and businessman Barry
Kiitun, an office: of the County
Gas Company, to sen e on the
city's Minimum Housing Appeals
Board. .Mr. Kutun. who received
a Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration from
the University of Florida and
graduated cum laude from the
L'-.M Law School, is a member
of Florida Blue Key and Iron
Arrow, men's honor societies,
the American Arbitration Asso-
ciation. Dade and Miami Beach
Bar Associations. Hibiscus Ma-
sonic Lodge and Elks Lodge No.
1601. A former president of the
I.'Chaim Lodge. B'nai B'rith. he
currently serves that organisa-
tion as trustee.
A. L. Mailman, chairman of
the board of the Bank of Mira-
mar, has announced the appoint-
ment cf Miramar City Council-
man Harry ML Rosen to its Ad-
visory Board of Directors. Mr.
Rosen, a graduate of the U-M
School of Law. has been a Flor-
ida resident for 20 yean. He is
past president of Judea Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, and has served as
vice chairman of the Miramar
Charter Review Board and as
Assl tant Broward County So-
r. He is ffn active member
of the Miramar Home Owners
Association.
Bureau Presenting
TV Special on Ch. 2
The Bureau of Jewish Education
will present a special television
program for the High Hoiidav
Se son on Station WPGT, Ch. 2,
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Louis Schwartzman, e\ c,:-
tive director of the Bureau, will
direct the program, with the assis-
tanc! of Cantor David Conviser of
Temp'.e Beth Sholom.
The program is the first of al
series of six on "Living Hebrew";
which will present again this yea; |
the festivals of the Jewish year
from the High Holiday Season
through Shavuos.
Th- High Holiday program.
'Days of Awe," will review the
Makhzor." the High Holiday
prayerbook, describing the signifi-
cance of the prayers. Cantor Con-
viser will chant excerpts from Uie
outstanding and familiar prayers
of both Rosh Hashanah and \o:n
vippur.
Six New Magen David Ador
Stations Built In Israei
Six new Magen Da\ l
stations will soon be in -
1 -i ;>!. thanks to th.> _,
the Jews of America,
resistance of American R I
Dovid. The six stations
by Israel's equivalent of the I
Cross will provide life-giving fcrv. 1
ices to the embattled
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David Adorn leaders, in c
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program, centered around its C;.
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fJewisti noridHain
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Stern College For Women Dedicates New Building
NEW YORK A nev. 38- "hich has ho"sed the college sine
. .... ... ,. its founding ::i 1;>j4 as th.' liu-
las* IOm building ill b.. tied;- o,,.s 0R,y undergraduate school;
it the end of this month by ,,i liberal arts and sciences f;>*|
.'i '.-. i University for its Stern women. i
">. -\j. ... Women. The S4..~> mil- The now building, which will br
'ion structure adjoins the five- shared by the Teachers Institute
itory bui'ding in mid-Manhattan' tor Women of the university, .-!
intended to accommodate 1,200 .stu-
(1, nts, offii lals said. Th i 450 stti-
dents in the Teachers Institute
- the existing facility.
The original building, now ui :
going $1.5 million renovation) I
contain expand i tories, ami
other facilUi -. Stern C .. l
rer.'.ly ha > ret of 630
stude its
Miriam the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Greenberg,
receives the Civic League scholarship to the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem from Jack S. Popick (left) national
vice president of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, donor of the annual scholarship. Mac Goldberg
(right) is the president of the Miami Beach Civic League
Scholarship Foundation and honorary life chairman of its
Board of Directors. Miss Gieenberg is one of more than
1000 American students studying at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem this year in special programs for foreign stu-
dents.
JWV Quarterly Meeting
A quarterly meeting of the De-
partment of Florida. Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A., will be
held at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the
Suifcomber Hotel. Col. Maurice
Weinman. Commander, has an-
nounced. State officers and dele-
pat, s from posts throughout the
state will be served luncheon be-
tween the morning and afternoon
business sessions.
Settlements To Be Added
JERUSALEM (WNS) Israel
planned to set up five more set-
tlements in the administered areas,
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon baa
disclosed. There are already 24
settlements in the occupied ter-
ritory12 on the Golan Heights
ve in Jordan Valley, three in th"
Hebron area and in the Sinn* H
one near Latroun on the outskirts
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Friday. September 25. 1970
Israel Acts To Curb Cholera Disease,
Arab Countries Hide Truth
B) KI.IAIH SALPETBB
ino of the mcisi surprising things
ml I he recent appearance ol
.. olera in Israel was that nobody.
.- rl Jcii-t of all the Ministry u!
Health, seemed \tremely worried
wt It While in neighboring Leb-
lon, hundred! of thousands were
\ ccinated within a few weeks, in
Israel the hearth authorities jug-
l sted thai only people traveling
.id land presumably required
show vaccination document on
i rival), as well as police, medicu1
nd sanitation personnel Who l "-
pt-et to work in neighborhoods
v here the disease occurred, should
i ke the shots.
It was explained that the dan-
Of isolated, even if not insig-
nificant numbers of cases turnuig
into an epidemic, was in a rev me
r. tio to the sanitary standards in
tl place. In Israel where sewage
carried away in pipes under con-
i tiled conditions and water comes
! mi central systems where ll Is
I Itered, chlorinated. etc. and
where standards of personal hy-
g lie are high, the avenues (or
tl spread of the cholera are cut
Indeed, while a certain number
ti! cases first appeared in an Arab
refugee camp and some nearby
villages, where sanitary condi-
tions are lower than usual not
only in Israel proper but even In
most of the West Bank, the ma-
jority of the patients were Jews
w io came from widely separated
pit ees Including some well-to-do
ji. ighborhoods, all in Jerusalem.
This seemed to exclude drinking
water, the traditional channel for
the spread of the disease, leaving
, her chance contacts or the con-
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fruit or vegetables, as the cau3e
Ol the random infections. Isi icl'is
were urged to wash hands .
fully and frequently and to wash
fruits and vegetables ith deter-
gents or disinfectants.
Jewish mothers took the la: I >r
admonition so seriously thai P
drug stores had to reorder daily
the various germ-killing chemi
cals used in the kitchen. In a short
lime cholera indeed became the
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of hundreds of thousands of kids
who associated it not with doc-
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unendinq instructions to go and
wash their hands as?ain and With
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From a medical point of view-
Israeli doctors and hospitals who
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belonging more to old history than
to modern practice, proved that in
1970. with antibiotics, fluid infu-
sion techniques and other modern
medication, patients can be cured
and sent home in about a week.
On of th" nastiest aspects of
the epidemic was the behavior of
the neighboring Arab countries. A
call !-> Israeli Minister of Health
to his Arab colleagues, that each
should send specialists to a neu-
tral country to coordinate joint
action against the common danger
remained unanswered. Worse yet,
though doctors talking to foreign-
ers in Egypt and Jordan admitted
the existence of hundreds of chol-
era cases, no Arab government
with the honorable exception of
Lebanon--reported writingi one single case of the
disease.
This was presumably due to ef-
forts to protect their moribund
tourist trade and their fruit and
vegetable exports to Western Eur-
ope, I''lit primarily, it seems, it
was a matter of stupid nationalis-
tic pride of refusing to admit that
they could be hit by a disease that
supposedly exists only in back-
ward countries.
E g y p t i an authorities spoke
blithely about "summer disease."
The government of Jordan, from
where in all probability the dis-
ease WSJ brought to Israel l.v
summer visitors, had the gall of
forbidding im|>orts from the Is-
rael held West Bank, as a "sjn.-
tary precaution." No Arab govern-
ment, again with the exception .i
Lebanon, complied with its signed
obligation to inform the World!
Health Organization of the appear-
ance ol each and all rases of chol-
era. W.H.O. authorities had to re-i
sort t basin : their information on indir-
ect sources instead of the Obliga-
tory official reports.
The funny side of this story
situation was provided by mount-
ing indications that one of the
twin sources of cholera that ap-
peared in the Soviet Union was
Egypt Russian sailors of ships thai
brought jet planes, SAM missiles
and other sophisticated Implements
of war for Nasser, took back Use
disease to their homeland. Maybe
this was even symbolic of the re-
wards the Russian people can ex-
pect tor their government's all-out
support of the Arabs .
Chaplain Joel Iskowitz (second from right), Jewish
Chaplain in Korea who is served and supplied by tbo
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Chaplaincy, Sp4 Ross Kuiland (left) and Sgt. Barry
Gluck partake of a meal prepared in Korea's newly
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Taste and add more sail and popper if desired. Take out the
meat, bones and vegetables: pour through a sieve or colander so
you will have clear soup. Serve with egg noodles.
POT ROASTED BEEF, WITH VEGETABLES
4-."> lb. shoulder of beef
1 large onion
.! cups beef stock
'_ isp. pepper
i bay leaf
8 p irsley sprigs
i lb. potatoes
I pkg. frozen peas
i pkg. frozen cauliflower
1/3 cup of oil
2 ibis, flour
2 tsp. salt
2 celery stalks
2 cloves of gailic
1 small can of tomato past'
1 Ih. carrots
1 lb. green beans
Tie the meal so it will keep its shape while cooking. Heat
the oil in o big dutch-oven and brown the meal on all sides, about
10-15 minutes. Slice the onion and add it to the dutch-oven; fry
until it becomes golden. Pour off some of the fat. Sprinkle with
salt, pepper and flour: add three cups of beef stock (or water
soup cubes). Add the celery, bay leaf, parsley, garlic and
to paste. Bring to a boil; reduce the heat and simmer gently
i two hours, covered.
(lean and peel the carrots; snip off the ends of the given
beans. Add them in an organized way around the meat. Taste
and add salt if necessary. Let simmer for another 50 minutes.
Before serving, discard celery, bay leaf and parsley. Taste
again. Add the frozen vegetables around the meat and cook lor
-even minutes. Prepare a warm serving plate, take the meat
OUt, discard the tying strings, remove some of the excess (at.
Correct seasoning, Carefully arrange the vegetables around the
ITS at hi the center of the serving plate. Put the sauce through a
sieve and serve on the side. The meat, surrounded by the vege-
tables makes a beautiful example of abundance.
Technion Officers And Board Elected
FRBMI VMiKTAHI.K PliATK
>'< lettuce leaves
2 cucumbers
ti small pickles
3 medium tomatoes
0 radishes
Black and ripe green oli.'Cs
Clean lettuce, tomatoes and radishes, peel and slice cucum-
bers, slice tomatoes, make "roses"' from the radishes. Arrange
the lettuce on a chilled plate; arrange all the other vegetables
on it. Sprinkle with salad dressing or with salt, oil and lemon
juice. Serve immediately. This plate will add color and beauty to
the table and is a festive substitute for the "everyday" tossed
salad.
CARROT TORTE
1 tsp. grated orange
fresh I
1 tsp. orange liqeeur (or
(iy(
1L; cups sugar
rind 6 eggs.
Iran- medium carrots
1*3 cups ground almonds
1 /. pkg.'
1 tsp. '.taking powtler
\i cup flour
Pare the carrots, slice, and cook in one cup Of water till
tenderabout 15 minutes. Drain and mash through a sieve, or
use an electric blender.
Beat ii.' egg yolks m r. owl; add sugar iwid eohthwe beat-
ing until thick and light in color. Add the carrots, orange rind
liqueur, ground almonds, flour and baking powder. Mix lightly.
Pro-heat the oven to 325 degrees.
Beal the egg whites until stiff bul not dry. Fold one-quarter
>f the beaten egg whites into the other mixture. Repeat with
another quarter. Then fold the orange color mixture into ih
whites. Fold very carefully but thoroughly. Bake in a greas I
9-inch spring-form pan 50 minutes, or until n cake tester comes
out clean. Cool and remove the spring form.
This cake keeps well and stays moisl when completely
wrapped with saran or aluminun foil and kepi in the refrigerator.
CARROT TZIMME8
Since carrots traditionally are eaten on Rosh Hashanali. we
suggest carrot tzimmes, one of those dishes prepared in many
different ways which we remember with nostalgia. The golden
carrots in their rich sweet sauce combined with raisins and
prunes Will instantly transform any dinner into something really
special, You will find it easily prepared, and you will be glad
you did.
2 pounds carrots
M CUP parve margarine
1 tablespoon flour
2/3 cup water
l2 teaspoon salt
hi teaspoon chicken bouillon
i instant)
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons honey
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
(fresh)
Is cup raisins
12 cup pitted prunes
V- teaspoon cinnamon
Vi teaspoon ground cloves
Clean and peel carrots, slice >. inch thick. Melt margarine
in a large shallow saucapan; saute carrots lightly in hot mar-
garine, sprinkle with flour, stir and remove from heat. Add all
the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Stir once and re-
duce heat. When simmering very, very gently, cover and cook 50
minutes, stirring occasionally; a few drops of water may be
added if needed.
If you prepare this dish in advance, reheat on low beat or
i" a double boiler to prevent scorching. Serves 6 to S persons as
side dish with boiled beef or chicken.
Jacob Hifkin, recently re-elected
President of the South Florida
Chapter of* the American Technlbll
Society, has announced the 'lec-
tion of officers and new boar<
members for the coming voa"
which took place at the organi/a
lions recent lioard meeting.
Among those who attended wen
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Aronson. Mr.
ami Mrs. Meyer LJaskin. Abraham
Climb,it. Mrs. Trudy Hamer-I
schlag, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kuu-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosen-1
>vcig. Judge and Mrs. Herbert I
Shapiro, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mr.
and -Mrs. living Weisman, Repre-
sentatives from the Women's In-
vasion included Mrs. Max Kern,]
Mrs. Seymour Lichonfeid, Mrs.]
Henry Diamond, and Mrs. Morion
Koenigsbei g.
'i'b i board voted to elrcl Jacob]
Rifkln, president; Sidney Ansin,
Harry De Jur, Abraham Grunhut,
and Milton Sirkin. vice presidents;
Dr, Maxwell Dauer, secretary;
David Ponvc, treasurer; Dr. II.
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"II is all a mutter of faith
something to believe In a higher
nope and a wider destiny to draw
US forward. How happy are we
i children of Israel that our God
and ancestors Imposed a vision
which demanded of us and con-
sumed and drove us, so there was
no time to doubt or waver."
Herbert A. Friedman. Executive
Chairman. CIA.
Franklin Williams, financial sec-
retary, and Paul Roscnzweig and
hers.
"During Israel's current ctisis, I
the Technion stands ready to pro-
vide the engineering skill and
personnel which are Israel's i.fe-
line. Israel's strength certainly Is'
not in numbers but In In .1
power," Mr. Rifkin said in hist
opening remarks.
Tli" Technics* Israel Institute
of Technology, referred to as lite
"M.I.T." of the Middle East, is
rated among the 15 best engineer-
ing schools in the world l'n-
American Technion Society selves
as its public relations and fund
raising arm.
Captain G. Sjoboden, (right) master cf the Zim liner
SS Ampal, samples Sabra Liqueur in the ship's word-
room. With him is Chiel Mate Melvin Wineman Sabra,
a delicious combination of Jaffa orange subtly blend-
ed with chocolate, is becoming increasingly popular
for use at mealtime and as a house gift. Holiday time
is a good time to get acquainted with Israel's great
liqueur.
Seagram'sYO.
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Friday. September 25, 1S?0
Gershwin Biography Being Published
SCHECHTER & HIRSCHS
David Ewen, a member of tlv
University of Miami School oi
Music faculty and one of the most
widely published and successful
writers on music in the world, now
has another book to his credit.
His "George GershwinHis
Journey to Greatness."' a definitive
biography rewritten, expanded
;ird updated from his 1956 book
will be published by Prentice-Hall j
(354 pp. $7.95i on Oct. 1.
Ewen s books cover every fact
of music, serious and popular, and Beach, the world's first frs :
have been translated into 17 ian-
guaees. He is also the authorized
and definitive biographer of Jer-
ome Kern and Richard Rodgers.
A personal frierfd of Gershwin's, ;ie
traces his development from his
childhood on New York's East
Side, through the introduction oi
his vital new music, to his prtse:'1'
status as one of the world's mos
beloved composers.
On Oct. 27. 28 and 29 in Mian-
Continued from Pac.t 3-C
pi onuses to continue producing the
rich-flavored coffee that puts the
finishing touch on every special
occasion and provides everyday
Maxim Freeze-Dried
New Idea For New Year
Each year new things are in-
vnted. While Maxim wasn't in-
vented on Rosh Hashanah, Rosh
Kashanah is an excellent time for
you to try the freeze-dried coffee
made by your old favorite. Max-
well House.
Maxim is first percolated, then
fiuick frozen. What you get is real
p it's brewed. The brown cry.-tax
bunt into aromatic, excellent
listing coffee the minute they are
mixed with boiling water.
If there is no time to brew ;
pot of regular Maxwell House an(
you insist on real coffee body anc
flavor, count on Maxim.
Diamond Kosher Salt
Starts New Year Right
Diamond crystal kosher salt is
the one to keep handy in you:
kitchen. Whether for koshering cr
seasoning, be sure to use Dia-
mond. It lends a special flavor to
all your foods, whether fr,ed,
boiled, broiled or roasted.
Another marvelous place to us?
Diamond is in salads. Ordinary
table salt tends to wilt salai
greens, but Diamond crystal wil
keep your salad greens crisp anc
delicious down to the last mouth
ful.
HEBREW LESSON
(203)
nnyn man
MOUNT HER7X
Mount Herzl is one of the
mot beautiful places in Jeru-
salem. From it you can see
the whole city as if it were
(laced in the palm of your
band. Only here, on the sum-
mit of the mountain, do you
s<-e Jerusalem in all its beauty
find the full beauty of the
whole region.
The mountain is named af-
1 r Theodore Herzl, for the
tones of "the father of the
State of Israel" were brought
here to eternal rest. Here, too,
ire the graves of other Zion-
ist leaders who died overseas
end whose bones were brought
1r the State of which they
dreamed all their lives.
Not far from Herzl's grave
lies a large.military cemetary.
Here are laid to rest young
men and women who gave up
their lives (lit. delivered their
souls) in battte' in defense of
their country. One tomb here
."s in the form of a ship. It is
B common grave in memory of
the fighters' wio met their
deaths in ojjfy^sea in time of
war.
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ample, a huge Chanukah lamo
Is kindled with a torch
brought from Medi'in by run-
ners. The signal for the open-
ing of festivities on Independ-
ance Day is given from Mount
Herzl.
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dedicated exclusively to every seri-
ous work of the late pianist-coin
poser will be presented under Ul
sponsorship of the University o
Miami School of Music. The r\
tival \rill also honor the late Mrs
Jean Dreyfus who died Aug. 12
while serving as Festival Commit-
tee chairman.
All events will be free and OBC'
o the nirblic, but tickets will (y
required. They can be obtiin^d b'
sending requests with a stampto'
self-addressed return envelope t
vjeorcre (Jershwin Festival, iW
versify of Miami, PO. Roy o-t
Coral Gables, Fla., Tickets will be
mailed in late September.
The first two performances Wil
be given at the Dado County Au '.! i
torium, the final night at Miam
Beteta Auditorium. Some 9.000 mu
sic lovers are expected to atte.iJ :
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Friday. September 25, 1970
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LEGAL NOTKE ____________
. TUf'fOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .
.Na. 70-3075 (
GE0R^mrtScREDITORS
Iv RE Estate "f.
[, ,knm:Y HODS*
. U'ui,. or Demand. Acainal Bald
i' ';, hereby notified and required
[ r.-seit any claims anil demands
vou may I...v. a^hisl Ihc es-
. BARNEY MODES deceased
',''. ( Dude County, Florida. lo the
,'uiv Judges of Dade County, and
i, he same In duiillrale and ns
V \i.ii-d In Section 733.1, Florida
s,',iuies. In their offices In the Coun-
o courthouse In Dade County. Ftor-
,,, within sin calendar months from
111"'time of the first publication here-
.. the same wlU babarrtA
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 2nd
,ui September. A.D. 1*70.
jihiTii goldbkru
SEYMOUR I SIMON
A- KxccUtors
i-'ir-t publication of this notice on
IHi.- I'h day of September. 1970.
JiljION, HAYS GRUNDWEBO
Attorneys for Batata
in) Allude) Bid*.,
i..mi. Fla. r,::i22
4-11-n-;.-,
'notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CUV EN that
p undersigned, desiring to engage in
i-aness under the fictitious mime of
ARRV LMOSKOWITB, D.O. at 1W47
Dixie Highway, .Miami. Florida In-
nils to register said naine with the
,-rk oj the Circuit Court of Dade
lUnty, Florida.
HARRY I- MOSKOWITiS, P. A.
.UJaNH I.K.Ml.u.'H
Inrne) fnt AppITt ant
.o W Flagler St.
iami, Fla.
9/4-11-18-85
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter C0722Acti of 1941
File No. 69 A 1822
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
K.N UOSKIN holder of County Tax
> Certificate No. 3939 issueil the
! day of. June. A.D. 1960, has filed
mne in my office, and has made ap-
ication for a tax deed to he issued
h'-rcon. Said Certificate cmhrnccs
i.. following described property In
County of Dade, State of Florida,
wit:
Lot 19 & 80 ft Strip In Bay sdj
Iflock 1. Hibiscus Island, Plat
linok 8 Page 7.', in the County of
Hade. Slate of Florida.
This died will he issued subject to
: other outstanding delinquent City
.Miami Beach taxes a.nd liens.
The assessment of said properly
ler the said certificate was in the
me "f; Agnes Laird.
1'nless said certificate shall he re-
med according; to law, the prop-
ly described herein will he sold to
. blghi si bidder for cash at the
lUrlhouae door on the first Monday
the month of October, 1970, which
the 5th day of li lober, 1970.
Dated this ::ist day of Auirust, 1970.
i: H I.EATHEHMAN.
erk of Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida,
i: P P. Hll.liSTRAND. DC.
' ill' Court Seal)
9/1-11-18-23
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 254
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
UTHANIEL W. SlEOBL holder of
guilty Ta\ Bale Certificate No. 6006
KUed the 1st day Of June, A.I). 1967,
.is filed same in my office, and has
lade application for a tax deed lo be
nucd thereon. Said Certificate em-
|races the following descrlhed prop-
rty In the County of Dade, state of
fl'iriila. tn-\vit:
l-ots 10 & 11 ltlock 8, Roosevelt
Park, Plat Hook 9 Page 90 in the
County Of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
inder the said certificate was in the
n. m. of: Mabel Wilson.
Unless said certificate shall he re-
ii-enied according to law. the prop-
em described herein will bo sold to
|ln- highest bidder for cash at the
mnhouse door on the first Monday
the month of October, 1970, which
' the f.th day .if October, 1970.
Dated this 31st day of August, 1970.
1 E. II. LEATHBRMAN,
Ilerk of Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
1'y P. F. C.r I.DSTRAND, D.C.
Circuit Court Seal)
9/4-11 -18-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15885
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
thNNBTH CARVER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
pKIiBCCA B. CARVER,
^ Defendant.
" REBECCA B. CARVER
"iHl Kershaw Drive
Belvedere, South Carolina
>"u. 1!KI1H.'CA R CARVER, are
lereby notified that a Bill of Cora-
J "nt for Divorce has been filed
Minst you, and you are required to
In I, a '"hv of your Answer or
ffeMIng to the Hill of Complaint on
lu-..,1:"""ff'K attorney, JACK L.
KHSKOWITZ. of HBRSKOWITZ
I* OROS8HAN, 480 IJncoln Road.
K,i' .!'"'''. M'aml Beach, Florida 33139
F't tn- the original Answer or Plead-
k in the office of the Clerk of the
t"", "url on or before the 12th
p> et October, 1970. if you fall to
li<. JU'!Km,-"t by default will be
n2 '}"'""" >'"u for the relief de-
and si i On Hill of Complaint.
Lh -IMS5 "ha" be Published once
tiiw- tV., r r"ur consecutive weeks
ImAiw- ^V ish i^-okidian.
Irld. oV D OIU>KRED at Miami,
t> 1970 ,Kl day of September
rciut '.' I'EAT"ERMAN. Clerk,
M Court, nade County, Florida
By: L. 8NBBDBN
h-ruii n P^puty Clerk
ircuit ( nurt deal)
To1." "hd Grossman
iSSft Itoa.d' fiu,- M3
n'ileach. Florida 33139
9/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLfcVfeKTH JUDICIAL-CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR .
DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOTlfeE OMBft I Wlig
NORMAN PEBTLUK,
Plaintiff,
Vfl,
PEOC.Y ANN PEBTUUK,
I ii f, ndant.
TO: I'W:iiv ANN PEBTLUK
432 Walnut Lane
Henderson, l\i-ntucky
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai all action for iiniiulmcnl has been
filed against you and you are required
in serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on CYPEN Ai-
NHVINS, attorneys for plaintiff. I
whose address Is its Arthur God-
frey Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oc-
tober 2nd. 1970; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on Aug. 2th 1970.
(Circuit Court Seal)
K 11. LEATHBRMAN
As Clerk of the < 'ourt
By: MARGUERITE KEXT
As Deputy Clerk
CYPEN A NEVINS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
626 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
T.I.: J32-4721
9,4-11-18-2:,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File 70 A 246
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
NATHANIEL W. S1BGEL holder of
County Tax Sale Car li State No. .',t!:i9
Issued the 1st day of June. A.D. 19S7.
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
issued theri-on. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop- I
ii'ty in lh,- County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
I.ots 32 & 33 niock 24. Liberty
City, Plat Hook 7 Page 79 in the
County of Da The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of; S. H. King & w Klla Mae.
Unless said certificate shall be re- !
deemed according to law. the prop- I
crty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash al the ;
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the nvmth of October, 1970, which
Is the 5th day of October, 1970.
Dated this 31st day of August, 1970
K. H. LEATHEH.MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dadu County.
Florida.
By P. F. tllLDSTHAND. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/4-11-18-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
NO. 70-15976
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHARLIE HLTXIB,
Plalr.tlff,
VS.
COBBIE IIl.TGE,
Defendant.
TO: COBBIE HUDGB
Residence unknown
You. COBBIE HUDGE, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has bean filed against you. I
and you are required to serve a c< py
of vour Answer or Pleading' to the |
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MERRILL I. LAMB S"l-
805 Dade Federal Building. Miami.
Florida anil 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 fall
to do so. judgment by default will be'
taken against you for the relief de-
mand, d in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIX"HtlDrAN".
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of Sept. A.D.
1970.
B. H. LEATIIKRMAN. Cleric.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: MAROIERITB KENT
Deputy Cb-rk
(Circuit Court Sent)
MERRILL I. LAMB. ESQ.
801 -805 Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami, Florida. 531 SO FH-91114
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/4-11-18-26 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
UBLVBBN HARRBLL ANTHONY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
OZBLL ANTHONY,
Defendant.
TO: OZEIJ. ANTHONY
Residence Unknown
You. OKKDL 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 tho
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. WO1.F80N. DIAMOND A
HARRINGTON. P.A. 407 Lincoln Road,
Suite 9G, Miami Beach. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day of
October, 1970. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the. relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September
A.D. 1970. .
K. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNBEDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WOLFSON, DIAMOND *
HARRINGTON. P.A.
John R. Harrington
407 Lincoln Rnad. Suite Wi
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ,...,,
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
LEI.1A HELL SMITH,
Plaintiff,
i:i i;i:.\k smith.
Defendant.
TO: EUGENE SMITH, SI'-H
265-44-3981
D. Co.. 4th Mt Bn,
Alt) San Francis,,. 9i!3.".S
You, EUGENE SMITH, are here-
by notified thai a Hill of Complain!
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading lo
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, MICHAEL .1. SILVER-
STEIN, 42" Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida 331M and file the origi-
nal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of October. 197".
If you fail to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1st day of September,
A.D. 1970.
E. P.. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Clrctdl Court. Dnde County, Florida
By: C. P. rnPEI-AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAELJ. SILYICllSTEIN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Pluintiff .
_________ ____ 9/4-11-18-35
"in THE CIRCUITCOURT of the'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-15682
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IVIFRBDO HUOUBT SANCHEZ,
Plaintiff,
AN \ MARIA PBREZ CADALZO,
Defendant
TO: ANA MARIA PBREZ CADALZO
Amistad 4a
Apartment No. 302
I favana, "uba
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hen by re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or other pleading to the Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. JOHN .1. GAL-
LAGHER, Hat N.W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. Florida S31SE, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before the .',ih day
of October, 1970. or a default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 28th day of August,
1970.
(Circuit Court Baal)
B B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Courl
By: C. P COPELAND
1 ii puiv Clerk
9/4-11-18-2.".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3198
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
ANNIE DERI 'W
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You an hereby notified and re-
quired to pr-sent any claims and de-
manirs which you may have against
the cstat. of ANNIE PKRow do-
ceased late of Dado County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.lt;. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within sx csle'.idar month- from
Ihe time of the first puMcAtlOD here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day of August. A.D. 1970.
BEV W. KO7A N *
MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATL BANK
As Executors
First put do a.iu.11 at this notice en
the nth day of Septegwer, 1970.
Caidin. It-.il, nli. 1;:, Kegan &
Honibhon
by: Zev Kogan
Attorney torn Miami Felt l#t Nat'l
Bank ti Zev \v. Koganco-executors
420 Lincoln ltd., .Miami Beach. Fla.
9/11-18-35 1" 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
NAME LAW IIS THE COUNTf JUDGE'S COUFT
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that IN AND FOR f>ADE COUNTY,
the undersigned, desiring to engage! FLORIDA4ITPROBATE ,
in business under the fictitious name
of BTUDIO INO at 3808 N.W. 7th
Street. Central Shopping Plaza. Miami.
Florida, 33126, intends t<> register said
name with the mm of Ihe Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ISII.ORO LBRMAN
8 1 i-is-r, in,2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of BTUDIO inn at 100 North I'la/.a.
Norihside Shopping Center. Miami.
Florida 3314? intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida.
ISIDORO LEHMAN
l/ll-18-SS 10/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THE RUSH at 7n9S llonita Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BRA 11. BAN CORP.
s/ BARRY HBNIO
Barry Henig. President
BNGLANDBR & BCRNETT
Attorneys for Brad-Ban Corp.
No. 1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida
9/11-18-2" 10 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-16780
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ROLAND UKIAUD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GISBLE BH.IAUn.
Defendant.
TO: GISBLE BIGAI'D
, .. 1 \ pi-lent l.ulssaint
3rd Avenue BolOBSC
No. 37
Port Au Prince, Haiti
YOU ARE 1IERKBY notified that n
Complaint for Divorce has been turd
against you, and >ou an hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your ans-
wer or other pleading Ui the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney LES-
TER Rot:KRS, Whoso address is 1 Ml
N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33125, and filo the original with the
Clerk of tho above styled Court, on or
before the 19th day of Oct., 197" or a
Default will be ciiiorod against you.
DATED this ICth day of Sept., 1970.
1; 11. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
_ 9/18-2B 10 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItl.BV (I1VEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business uinl-r the fictitious names
of DAVID G. l.KHK.MAN. M.D.; JACK
MILLER. M.I> : IJBHRMA-N AND
MILLER at HI74 Meridian Avenue.
.Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk Of the Cir-
cuit Courl of Daile County. Florida.
LEHR.MAN AND MILLER M.D., P.A.
By: David FROMBERC. FROMBERU &
ROTH, P.A. '
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite M-1Q2 Blscuyne uullding
Miami. Fla-
' t/18 25K2-9
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
OEORCK HENRY BURTON,
Plaintiff,
MARIE BURTON,
i ?. fendaiit.
TO: MARIE BURTt >N
Resident e I'nknown
You. MARIE BURTON, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed, against you.
and you are required to s.-r\.- 11 copy
of your Answer or Pleading Lo the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, I It. MAYERS, 12211 So. Miami
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33130 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office Of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or before the 9lh day of
October. 197" If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
1I1, BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall I..- published onoe
I each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 3rd day of September
A.D. IOT0.
E IV LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Courl. Dade County, Ploridn
By: MARGUERITE KENT
I icpu' v" 'lerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
I It. MAYERS
1220 So. Miami Avenue
Miami. Flu. 33130
T. lephone: 871-1328
Attorney for Plaintiff
0/11-18-23 10'2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 70-16186
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LIII K.VKR MOftBLUS,
Plaintiff,
ADA ANPCZAR MORELU8,
Defendant,
TO: ADA A.vprZAU MORELUS
c/o las,ner I .eons
Si. Charles Place No. 17
Brooklyn. NY.
Tfir AKK HEREBY notified that 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 to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
LESTER ROGER8, whose address is
i 14:,t N.Vi". 17li Avenue. .Miami, Flor-
Ida 3312",. and file the original with
i the Clerk of the ajwive styled Court,
Ion or before rhe Hith day of October,
1970 or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 4th day of Sept.. 19,0.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the circuit Courl
By: MARGUERITE KENT
(Circuit Court Seal)
J/ll-18-25 10 2
No. 70-3130
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Bstate of J
Ri IBBRTA DBWBY,
a k a ROBERTA L. DEW BY,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons II -
inn claims or Demands Against s i'i
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and i -
quired to present any claims and ri -
mauds which you may have againsQ
the estate uf ROBERTA DEWEY,
a/k/a ROBERTA I. DBWBY deceas-
ed late of New York County. Sow
Cork, to the County Judge* ..r Duda
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided ill Section 733.II,
Florida Btatutes, in their offices In t'"
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within sis calendar momhi
from the time of the first publli 1-
lioii hereof, or the same Mill I'H
barred.
JOHN DEWEY
As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A
First publication of tins notice 1
the llth day of September. 1970.
Kommel. Rogers, Lober & Sbenkma
Attorneys for Ancillary Adminlslrai ;
CTA
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
9 11-18-2.' 10/J"
V
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1
ELEVENlH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16001
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GUMERSINDO PEREZ,
Plaintiff, /
vs.
DORA A. PUENTBS PEREZ.
I lei. ndalll.
T11. I a hi \ A PUENTBS PBREZ 1"
130 Elm Street
Newark, New Jersey
You. DOHA A. PUENTBS PERUZ.
are hereby notified that a Bill fi
Ci'tuplaiiil for Divorce has been filed,.
i against you, and you are required to
' serve a copy of your Answer or Pie -
; inn to the Bill of Complaint on t' -:
I'lain, ills attorney, MAN A. GOLD-
I FAitB. 414 Blscayne Building:, Mist
1 Florida and file the original Ansa r
or Pleading in the office of the Cler
of the Circuit Curl OH or bvfor.
13th day of October. 197" If you full
to do so. judgment by default \\ ill
lak.n against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published n
each week for four consecutive wei s
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami,
Florida ibis 3rd day of September
AU 1970.
K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dadi County, Klorl'ia
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
li'ir.-uil Court S, all
.MAX A. 0< )IJ>FARB
n 1 Blscayne Building
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/11-18-25 1
In
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3076
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Bstate of
Ri .si-, si BIN
111 .-.-as, d.
To All Creditors and All Persons 11.
ing Claims or Demands Against S 1
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and 1 -
quired to present any claims and d -
mauds which you may have against
the estate of ROSE STEIN deceau I
late of Hade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sain,- ill duplicate and as pr -
vid.il in Section 732.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dnde County. Florid:,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hsrei
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this llth
day of August, A D. 1970.
Cecele Greenfield Chatlin
As Executrix of the estate of
Rose Stein, deceased
First publication of this notice 1 a
the nth day of September, WTO.
RONALD L DAVI8
AI torn, y for Estate of Rose Stein,
deceased I
417 Blscayne Buildingm W. Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33130
9/11-18-25 10 -'
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
SARAH D, WINER,
Plaintiff,
DAVID I.. WINER,
Defendant.
TO: DAVID L. WINER
lb Pierce Road
Lynn, Massachusetts 01MI
You. DAVID L. WINER, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required lo serve a copy
i of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill
I of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney, LEON KAPLAN, C/b Myers.
! Kaplan. Porter. Levlnson & Kenln,
USD S.W. 1st Street. Miami. Florida
33130 and file tho original Answer or
l-l. ailing iii the office Of the Clerk
oi the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of October. 197". If you fail
lo do so, judgment by defsull will he
lak.n against you for the n lief de-
mand.,! in the- Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.k for Atar consscutrvs weeks
in THI- JEWISH Fl mtlDlAN.
DONE, AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2nd day of September
A.D. 197"
i: B. LEATHEH.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. DnOe I'oUiCty, Florida
By: C. P. COl'BIAM)
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
Myers, Kaplan. Porter, Levlnson &
Kenln
ll.'.O S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida, 33130 .
9/11-18-25 10/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-1*070
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PRANK MORRISON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
E8THER MORRISON,
11. fendant.
YOU, ESTHKIl MPRftlBON, 133
Salem Street, Maiden. Massachusetts
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to filo
your written deft nse to this divorce
with tin Court's Clerk and serve .
copy upon Plaintiffs Attorney, SAM-
UEL E. SMITH, I..I2 Capital Bar''
lildg., Miami. Florida, oif or befoi-.
the 13th day of October. 1970, else
the Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed.
DATED September 3rd. 1970.
E U. I.EATIIERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: c P, COPBLAND
i lenity i lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9ffl-18-2a 1" -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ib siring to engag)
In bustm ss under the fictitious nam
of PROFESSIONAL PLASTICS MFC
at 18331 N'.E. 1st Aviv, Miami. Flor-
ida intends to r-gist, r said name with
the ci.rk of iii, circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida. t
MARVIN Mi ABLER
EUGENE I.EMLICH
Attorney for Professional Plastics
Mfg.
272" W. Piaster St
Miami, Florida
9/18-25 10/2-9


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Volume 43
Friday, September 25, 1970
Number 39
25 ELUL!
Basic Issue Behind Continuing Crises
As the action in the Middle East shifts almost daily
from crisis to new crisis, behind the dramatic events which
are headlined all over the world the basic issue still re-
mains one to be settled by Israel cr.d the Palestine Arabs.
It is well to recall, as we watch with dismay the strug-
gle that appears to be involving the United States and the
Soviet Union, that the position of the greet powers has often
shifted. In 1948, Israel was supported by Russia and the
United States. In 1956, it was France and England who
backed Israel while the United States and Russia put pres-
sure on Israel to withdraw from Sinai without a prior peace
cgreement In 1967, it was the United States which backed
Isrcei, end the French and Russians supported the Arabs.
But the real conflict, in the opinion of thoughtful Israelis.
is not among the Big Four but between two movements of
national liberation. This long-held view is supported by the
latest crisis which finds the Palestinian Arab guerrillas
unwilling to be leashed while the rulers of Egypt and Jor-
dan, recognizing the futility of trying to destroy Isrcei, have
made a small step toward accomodation, if not peace.
One serious Israeli viewpoint is that if the El Fatah
were to take control of East Jordan, which is mainly Pales-
tinian in origin, the Palestinians would have their own sov-
ereign identity. Whether this would satisfy themor for
that matter Israelis a question which still has to be de-
termined as events unfold. One thing is certain, however,
and that is that the Palestinian Arab question must remain
high on the agenda if the Middle Eust is ever to settle
down to the business of peace ami development tor all the
peoples of that long-troubled area.
Search Should Be Encouraged
The new college year begins with a new look for Jew-
ish students on many campuses throughout the United
States. The resurgence of interest in Jewish history and
identity is reflected by the many courses in Judaism offered
for the first time. In our community, such courses are being
offered for credit at the University of Miami and at both the
North and South campuses of Miami-Dade Junior College.
Partly because of the development of anti-Zionist ph1-
losophy by the extreme left, the past several years have
seen the rise of campus organizations which are radical in
nature but Jewish in orientation. These groups seek greater
Jewish education since they identify their radical cctions as
springing from their Jewish past without too much knowl-
edge of their own history. They identify with Israel, bui
more the Israel of the kibbutzim than cf the tourist stop-.-
The students represent an important pert of the futur: r
American Judaism and their search for their own identi';/
as Jews should be encouraged cu*d r.ct misunderstood.
Deal Is An Official Secret

American involvement in the Middle East may be burl
by the secret deal made last August genre Spam
S300 million in loans and credits for the five-year rental of
three a ri elds in Franco-land. Well-informed soiirces at the
time said !hat the use of those a:;.': ".d; would be iorbiide..
!cr military t aa involving the Arab state* cmd Is-
rael. Despite efforts by the Sena.e Foreign Relations Com-
mil ee to aet testimony from th^ State Department en the
it still is en official secret cr.d pro-ides another Barry
example of secret maneuvering by that branch of govern-
ment.
Judaism, as most of us know,
is a seasonal practice and the
ii ison" is now upon us. In
the ^e^t tradition of our people.
1 n will be pir:t:v_' -yna-oi >-
w seeking to buy tickets for
the Him Holy Days. They wiU
pour out in vest number* to
ten ces on Rosh Hashanah ind
Yom Kippur t very high per-
centage of them acting out te
o!d it "revolving Jews
- in on P. cth Hashanab and out
on yom Kippur." The beat
der.ee of tli the attendance
on Succos which for any num-
ber ol mgregati vouM bare-
van if it wer : I
mg people remaininf
day.
ous'.y forward to The Seas to."
-- if rh are deper
for much af their resources
in? a full year of operation on
what happens during th 4r S t-
sor." The outlook for the year
5731 is not promising, if the
early reports throughout the
country are any indication.
If anyone in Washington -till
doubts there is a recession in ;ie
United States, churches and
ayn ig guei will be happy to set
the record straight. They have
learned the signs only too
For *h religions dollar i. tv-
first to be withheld when there
is a pinch, and there arc :' v
";tions which are not ron-
cerned with smaller and fewer
contributions.
This is a somewhat dreary
View of th<- hold Juda:m Ins
on the Jewish peoole and it about
equals the dreary view of the
synasoews that some of our o-jt-
standinc rabbis express despite
their knowledge sarily understanding) of the
drear>- record.
Just last week, a group of
Jewish scholars regaled a con-
ference of the National Council
of Jewish Women with all the
faults of Jewish life in America.
I do not think it is without sig-
nificance that the conference
was held in the FaUsview Ho-
tel in the Catskills (maybe not
as lush as Grossinger's or the
rd. but a good example of
the Jewish "values"' they fault-
ed" and not in a svnagogue or
other institution of learning.
In that setting it seemed a
little incongruous for Rabbi Arth-
ur Herteberg to "score" the svnn-
2^gue for being more conc<"-: !
it their budgets and member-
ships than about the minds and
hearts of the college generation.
For many of those budgets and
memberships are affected by a
life-style which denies funds to
svnagogue programs while not
skimping on the kind of living
FaUsview represents. A com-
mon sorrow the synagogues share
is the wealthy member who cuts
back his contribution after re-
turninc from an expensive tou.-
i :nd the world.
No one involved in American
synagoeue life is smug about it.
nor will anyone deny there are
many faults. On the one hand
there is Rabbi Irving Greenberg
the Orthodox scholar and nro-
r of history at Ycshiva Uni-
versity, who says that the syna-
gogue has failed to re'ate Juda-
ism to contemporary life, i Inci-
dentally. h will speak on the
future of the synagogue during
the Temple Israel Sunday morn-
ing lecture series this year.) In
contrast there is Rabbi Hertz-
by EDWARD COHEN
berg 'another in the seriesi who
in a different context a .
ago. charged that the syna.
was devoting too much
resources to social action. The
dilemma for the synagogue, oh-
viously. is one it shares n i
contemporary society. It is damn.
ed for changing and damned .f
it doesn't.
Much as Rat>bi Hertzberi- '.
others may deplore it. the -
gogue Ls part of the Jewish i -..
munity's search for prio
If it has failed to educat [,
youneand that is a deba'
statement, despite the ease i
which it is madeit is b:-
Jewish eduction has nevei
ceived an adequate budget.
If. ps Rab'ii Greenberg w '->
have it. "Judaism, with it- -.-
sistence on the primacy of
man value*, could offer
young an alternative value
tern to the American ethos, v th
its worship of enterprise, i y
ductivitv and profit." the or'.y
institution which is concern-d
with Judaism is probably
most financially neglected of a.l
the Jewish community.
Much as h? may have neg! ',-
ed its observances, the Jew
throueh history has surviv. 1
through his basis in Judaism. !
the flow into the synagogue "a
these High Holy Days is a con'. -
maticn. no matter how grud.
of that foundation.
Should that foundation be un-
dermined completely, not by -.'.-
id criticism, bit by neglect a i
misunderstanding of the r^e
of the synagogue, neither Juda-
ism nor the Jewish people my
be around to obeerve the six til
millenia.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Daily, the
story of the mess we have got
ourselves into in the Middle East
becomes longer, nastier and more
ominous. Until now. for example,
there has been r.o published sug-
gestion that others besides the
Egyptians have been cheating o.i
the promised standstill ce
fiie with Israel.
In a sense, of course, this was
always a distinction without a
difference: for the Soviets- today
are the effective masters of
Egypt. But the more wishful pol-
icy-makers were still given to
pointing out that the crucial mili-
tarv standstill had only been
violated by forward movem?-'.?
of SAM-2 antiaircraft missii r
which have Egyptian crews.
Even that comfort has now
been snitched from the 9 If-
deceivers, however. In the past
week, two new SAM-3 battal-
ions having four missile-lau:iJ.-
ers apiece, have been moved Up
to positions about 30 kilomet r3
from the Suez Canal.
The very advanced, highly -
cret SAM-3S can kill plane-
Very low altitudes. And they
well-known to be manned
clushrely by Soviet troops. .. 1
Russian soldiers also man
SAM-3 battalion's accompa:
antiaircraft guns.
In this connection, it is on
liber the- promise giver
both the Egyptians and t!v
' "; prior t the cease-fir
was i promise and hen
. > from the
1 paper that M
Cairo ac
nilitarysi
quo within i i none) ext si
kildfncten to the w
th e. .n,\"
The iv-xe-fire lino v
i'^elf. of course. Thus
Sovi ting is
: M -
tian to w,
nuts an even icker tin
the lies s
to'i Dohej..... Sttr)
ar>i the lies '
other ri>! i < of the S
\ie( ^.i\-eni-,""t also ,:' '
M-s-oa-. to U.S. Ambassador
cob Beam.
Contlnuajd on P*a 13-A
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