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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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October 9, 1970

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 9, 1970

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02175

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
' "Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number <11
Miami, Florida Friday, October 9, 1370
Two Sections Price 20 c
JARRING RETURNS TO MOSCOW
Mideast Peace Talks Suspended
ISV. NATIONS (JTAt
ring and sputtering
fldli -i peace talks have
nded entirely witiun
of their incept: in.
V. Jarring, the Mid-
onvoy. ended his '_ about Israeli-A ab
returned to Moscow
i two wicks in his
Swedish Ambassa-
bit. '
llks a
(r at

dci ti the Soviet Union, accord*
tng to annoncements here.
Spokesmen for ttie United Na-
tions said that Secretary General
I' Than! and Dr. Jarring lcci.1-
ed '- suspend the peace talk-- I
forts i" .ui-o the Mideast media-
tor had done all lie would do i I
the p i sent circumst inces. Ih
Jarring, who is expected to re-
turn to the UN. about Oct. 15,
came to New York on Aug. in
an effort to st irt pe ic talks b* -
tween Israel and her Arab neigh-
bors. The peace talks, howevi r,
were doomed almost from tu-_
beginning as Egypt, in violation
of the standstill agreement with-
in the cease-fire accord &\ ii .
the Suez Canal, began t> mo\
missiles and construct missile
sites within the 32-mile stan Istdl
zone.
Talks "for a just and lasting
peace" began on Aug. 25, just
17 days after the U.S. sponsored
cease-fire plan went into affect.
Dr. Jarring conferred with rep-
resentatives of Egypt and Jor-
dan and met twice thai day
with Ambassador Yosef Tekoah.
That same evening, Mr. Tekoah
returned to Jeri'sa'em for con-
sultations and on Sept. fi Israel
announced it was withdrawing
from the talks because Egypt
had persistently violated the
standstill agreement.
During the past month Dr.
Jarring has met with represen-
tatives of Israel, Egypt and Jor-
dan, with representatives of ihe
Continued on Page 12-A
>ase-Fire Expected To Continue
[While Egypt Sorts Out Situation
Israel Charges
Pilot Tortured
WASHINGTON (JTA> Dip-
natic circles here expect n
Iriod quiet in the Middle
1st while the Egyptians wl
|t thi internal problems tol-
ling thi death of President
Isser Hopes are rising tnai
93-day Suez cease-fire w,,i
extl ded beyond its Nov. 5
Deration date.
Mplomats here also put c,i-
|nc ir. Egyptian statements
UH bj Cairo's Soviet allies
iat the; seek a peaceful settle-
Mideast conflict. :;
licy '. ich was pursued by
esident Nasser. President Ni.\-
h :\ed private assui -
Ol this from Egyptian
.State Department
disclosed. The assurai i
- ii tu Elliot L. i:
Ids S pel irj of Health, Eo-
lation ai Welfare, who headed
ntia] delegation to
funeral in Cairo.
I irds in conferr I at
t neth with Egypt's !n^i
''' sid :il Anwar Sad >t rind
|iti> Fon ign Minister Mahmoud
d Minister of National
! I issanein Heyka! who
' intimate of the 1 Ite
res d< : Nasser. The U.S. del-
ition was reportedly surpris-
pli ased by the warmth
ousness with which ii
as re ivid by the Egyi n
ership.
The feeling in diplomatic cii -
cles here is that at least one
part of Secretary of State Wil-
liams P. Rogers Mideast pea n
initiative the cease-fire re-
mains intact although the two
sides seem as far away as ever
Continued en Pag* II-A
Quietest Rosh Hashanah
In Israel In Three Years
JERUSALEM (JTAI The
quietest Rosh Hashanah Israel
has had in three years, with
guns on all fronts silent and no
reports of guerrilla activities.
was marred by the death of two
Israeli soldiers whose vehicle hit
,; mine adoat two kilometers
i ;.st ot the Suez Canal in the
central sector Friday.
Military authorities wen- try-
ing to determine whether the
mil.' which caused the first fa-
talities in the /one since the
cease-fire went Into efft ct was
aii old on or had been planted
alt-1 the tree- >., gan Aug. 7
I. is! week was the quietest in
seme time along the Israeli-
Jordanian border not a single
incident was reported during the
Rosh Hashanah holiday. Israeli
authorities were alert, howi v< r,
as a result of the granting of
border enclaves to the Palestin-
ian commandos by tlie Jordanian
government. The enclave which
already appears to exist in the
lil id area is opposite Israeli
settlements In the Beisan and
Jordan Valleys.
Tel Aviv was reported crowd-
ed anil there were many wor-
shippers at the Wailing Wall
and the Jerusalem synagogues.
Some hotels in cities and resort
anas turned their public rooms
ir.to ad hoc synagogues to ac-
< imnudate both Israelis and
tourists.
An estimated 20,300 Arabs
marched to the Mosque of Omar
and an adjacent cemetery where
memorial services were held for
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Nasser. Authorities said the
marchers were exemplary in
their behavior and no incidents
occurred. Israeli police were on
nand, but remained in the back-
ground.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel
has accused Egyptian personnel
of murdering an Israeli fighter
pilot who bailed out safely over
Egyptian territory when his jet
was shot down by ground lire
Aug. 3. The Israeli charge con-
tained in a complaint with the
International Red Cross, states
that the remains of Lt. Mosiv
Golriwasser indicated to Israeli
medical examiners that his death
was caused by inhumane treat-
ment, probably including tor-
ture.
Egypt reported Goldwasscr's
death on Aug. 4 and gave the
cause as cardiac arrest follow-
ing a nervous breakdown. Israel
requested the IRC to demand
that Egyptian authorities find
and bring to trial the persons
who ordered or committed inhu-
man acts against Lt. Goldwasser
in violation of the Geneva Con-
vention on the treatment of pris-
oners of war. Israel has also de-
manded that Egypt take m-
mediate action to prevent fur-
ther b'eaches of the Geneva
Convention.
According to the Israeli com-
plain', Goldwasser's body was
examined by an Egyptian doc-
tor, Mohammed Fouad Anwar,
Aug. 17, 13 days after his death
was announced. The remains
were subsequently transferred
to Israel where another post-
mortem was performed on Sept.
2 by Col. Reuben Eldar, the Is-
rael Army's chief medical officer.
Accoiding to Dr. Eldar, the
remains were in an advanced
stage of decay, indicating that
the corpse was not kept under
refrigeration as is the normal
practice. The implication was
that the Egyptians hoped that
evidence of torture would be ob-
literated by the time the Israelis
received the body. According to
the post-mortem report, enough
evidence remained to Indicate
that Lt. Goldwasser had under-
gone severe torture, including
blows with blunt Instruments,
electric shock and mutilation
while still alive. The Egyptian
doctors had removed some of
his internal organs after death
for no apparent medical reasons.
That in Itself, the Israeli com-
plaint stated. Indicated an at-
tempt to remove evidence of mal-
treatment.
Th" Israeli report noted iliat
Lt. Goldwasser had undergone
his annual medical check-up and
was found in excellent condition
six weeks before his plane was
downed, only four days before
the Suez cease-fire went into
effect.
Joseph Kanler 1971 CJA-IEF Chairman
JOSEPH H. KANTER
General Chairman of 1971 ClA-ltf Campaign
Joseph H. Kanter, financier and industrialist, has
been named t > succeed Robert Russell as general
Chairman of the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal and
1-; ael Emergency Fund campaign, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's annual campaign effort, Milton
Wi iss, Federation president, has announced. "This
position is another in a long list of civic duties for
Mr. Kant.,.' -aid Mr. Weiss. "A national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, national chairman >f
the Israel Education Fund, honorary president of
the American Friends of Tel Aviv University and i
m< mber of the executive Committee of the nation il
.1 Jewish A; peal. Mr. Kanter is well versed in
the role off voluntary philanthropy."
At a special meeting held last week at the West-
Country Club, the Federation's Board of Di-
rectors and the leaders of the CJA-IEF campaign
were briefed by Israeli General Zvi Tzur on the
critical situation that exists in the Mideast. l'lie
Cheater Miami Jewish community was informed that
the State of Israel has asked the United Jewish
Appeal to raise $4C0 million free dollars from the
American Jewish community. And Miami Jewry
has been asked to raise a proportionate share
amounting to some $10 million, about double the
total in 1970. when th" CJA-IEF drive brought In
approximately $5 million.
Voicing confidence that the Jews of Greater
Miami will meet their responsibilities, Mr. Kanter
accepted his new role as chairman, and an accomp-
anying pledge from Mr. Russell that he and all
those persons who made the 1969 and 1970 cam-
paign a success- -would not only he at Mr. Ranter's
side but would comm i themselves to this great
effort.
'The peopl" of Israel are staring death straight
in the face, every day ol their lives," declared Mr.
Kanter. "Because virtually all of Israel's money
must now go for national defense, the people of
Israel are somehow going to have to find "nough
courage and money to keep on building their school;;
and hospitals and factories. They already have
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Federation Dinner To Honor
etiring Campaign Chairmen
annual meeting in I i dinner ol
Jev ish F ide
mday, Oct. is, al
Hotel, Federation
m Weiss rr;is an-
, met tl. i
|.. r sell and Mrs. jock
ic retiring camp ugn
oi the 1970 Combined
t, and Israel Emor-I
L,:,C\ fund campaign, will be
i for their long and de-
. to the Jewish >m-
during Federation's 32nd
a] meeting, which will ci<-|
s tho outstanding 1970 ,
[ ffoi I, Preparations for the
I :i rji will ;iiso get tin
lay during the evening, hut there
h no solicitation of funds.
II, our general cam-
in, and Frances Katz-
. Division camp u ;n
nbined their
to produce the most Mr. Weiss to those j iun : tothocntii iGn ter Miami Jwi. CJA-1! IF !, a ever conducted in
Greater 3 Ilami," Mr. Weii i .1.
The 1971 drive il! launch I i
mi si intensive camp ilgn effo 'i
ever undertaken in the U
States. "The State ol Israel has
asked the American Jewish eoi
munity, through the United Jew-
ish Appeal and Hi" federated Jew-
ish communities throughout Lhe
country, to raise S-103 million Ere?
dollars in 1971," said Mr. Wei3S.
"At this time a goal has not been
set for Miami, but we have been
asked to accept a figure of about,
S10 million."
Th,' annual meeting will also
feature the election of officers, ilv
nominating committee report, and
a special tribute to th,- Women'!
Division. The presentation of tho
Presidents' Leadership Award i
1SS9 and 1970 v Ml ,'- i be ma U- l>>
in the community who have ni\ n con munity.
outstanding I devoted service The 19 recipients of the f'n -
; ard J. Horwich, Mrs. Burton rt.
Levey and Mrs. Robert I. Shupli .
The 1070 award winner is Hairy
A. (Hap) Levy.
Arrangements for the u
meeting and campaign tribute
dinner are being made undc
direct Ion ol Da\ d B, Fl
chairman of I i 197 I -
ni r meet T -
ciat hail men ith hi n
A s. Ja :k K I n, i
rome Kipi
ey, Mrs. Moil n I
Harold Thurman.
Xorlon Tire Recipent Of
1970 Educational Grant
i \ mpany, the local
i distributor, found-
- Pallot in 1926 and
.. i. d and operated by
[ Id Pallot, Norton Pallot and
j d Katzgen, has been named
, r of the 1970 LIFK-NTDRA
Hucational Scholarship Award
I $.!,000 siant to be given to a
serving senior in the dealer's
cal high school in the name of
irton Tire Company next June.
[The company's vice president,
jinald Pallot. accepted the prize
[nine the recent 50th annual con-
ntion ol the National Tire Deal-
ai.cl lict readers Association
ftTDRAi in Atlantic City. The
holarship is given in recognition
outstanding achievement in
[cal advertising, promotion and
In activity."
Dr. Adrian McDonougb of the
S( hool of Finance and
i icks ten finalists from
- i celved from the as-
membership, which is
: d of t Ire dealers through-
i atii n; a panel of NTDRA
idgi s picks the first place win-
IF lal selection is based upon the
talor's personal analysis and ex-
hples of the use of material from
supplier in the company's ad-
Jrtising and promotion, the use
safety subjects in his advertLs-
and promotion, historical eov-
fa.ee of the dealership and infor-
atiort regarding its public serv-
ant) community relationships,
c mpli tem ss Hi ; hi tographs anil
ations and the layout of the
i nli j portfolio.
The local Ore firm received sec-
ond place honors in 19C9's contest;
it received "honorable mention"
the previous year. LIFE-NTDRA
has sponsored the award annually
since 1961.
"I am most grateful and sin-
cerely honored on being selected
winner, especially in the face of
such worthy competition," said
Mr. Pallot as he accepted the
award. "I now know how Miss
America must fee) being crowned
queen in this great hall.
"We al) of us at Norton Tire
. have worked extra hard in
this effort and have received valu-
able merchandising, advertising
and promotion assistance from our
supplier. B. F. Goodrich," Mr. Pal-
lot continued. "1 must say our
winning is the n suit "i the (fforts
of many."
Joseph Yanich Speaker
Hatikvan Chapter No. 114.'-.
B'nai B'rith Women, will hold i -
monthly meeting in the Moiton
Towers Restaurant. 1500 Bay Rd..
at noon Tuesday, Oct. 20. The
speaker will be Joseph I. Yanich,
executive director of the Southeast
Region American Jewish Congress,
whose topic will be, "The Jews :n
Soviet Russia."
nald P allot (center) of Norton Tire Company, local B. F.
Goodrich dealer, receives congratulations from B. F. Good-
Pch Tire Company president Gerald Alexander (left) and
I William H. Campbell, vice president, after being named
Jwinner of the LIFE-NTDRA Educational Grant Award at
1 Atlantic City. The award is presented annually to a member
I(m *e Naticnal T""e Dealers and Retreaders Association
I'NTDRA) in recognition of "outstanding achievement in local
laavei Using, promotion and civic activity."
Setting plans for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 32nd annual meeting and cam-
paign tribute dinner Oct. 18th at the Deau-
ville Hotel are members of the annual meet-
ing committee, left to right, Mrs. Jack Katz-
nian end Mrs. Bunon R. Levy assoc
chairmen; David B. Fleeman, chairman; Mis.
Jerome Kipnis and Mrs. Morton Silberman,
associate chairmen.
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: e M"--------- -"- e tellers of Zz~ the worse.;? -r. ihe
k_;__-e ^:e-:-v of r::e=e;: has beer, er.oir.ed bo jus
=-_-.er :: r.r or.e oehsves that eeth or. s aeticr-
-r z end weiohec end each men s iote recorder
ar.o s-ec.e-- the -cvs ct ..we wr.;tn zzt.z.'joe wttn tms '. "...
Y.zz-: ooserver.ce prcv.de c err. e for e-och of as :o rer'ew
h_s o.oce the unive-se or.d his :eir.cr.s to God end rr.r-.
;r. the zzz.z >*j: :rod;cior_
American Presence A Stabilizer
The d aplcrf of A~e::ccr: civ hi BM
may disfjro r.~e ourists but in reeriiiv it *
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more to rcc.:.ze -he ?.!:-fd:e East then r" th dhlcwtoJ :
e.cr.euver.r.c -ho- he: token place ".:.-: the rreot powers
he pas" sever-! veers.
As President Nixcr. ocir.-ee cut to'.'.cv.h.-.c '-' = visr vri'h
the Sixth Fleet last week durinc bis mmtemttd &**
tour U.S nave", strength is ccpcble of lM*feg Mi .-''c-.
o deter L"rer>orjM eiemects ir. the HaAK"n*Ta ~:e
There i3 lirt'.e (HWSsa thoi the builduo of Soviet f^rce?
here over the Da** var has fluut">te<4 h "-** t*"> --'
once of power end that a motor tear? in Arab **-'-
was the be'iei that American inaction was effectively ^o-
iating Israel
This does no in env wav toJkwM rw-vwj a -w-op
imposed by me Russ:ans and the Ameritc"?. f^- s--h ~
peace can onlv be t^e so-ne nnw o- *~l h^ h
maintained in the Middle East for 'v- '-* vecr. Th-
strona American -resence in the MeHi'e-ra th assures
that the involved Arab nations will understand that peace
and prc#-~ritv in the Middle East can come onlv bv -ec-
ognizing Israel's right to exist and its legitimate claim to be
secure.
The death of Eovpt's President N'asser. US. determina-
tion to supDort Israel end Soviet realism may all combine
now to settle the troubled Middle Fast.
CJA Leaders Deserve The Honor
Greater Miami's Jewrv wi'.l pay tribute next week :z
Robert Russell end Mrs. Jack Katzmei :-- :'"=:r OCCODV
^ishment in leedir.g the rr.cst mmfMJul Combined Jew-
sh Appeal camcaign in the 32-year histcrv of the Greater
vliami Jewish Federa*ion. Ruisei;. as aeneral campa-an
rhairman. and Mrs. Zcirmar. heed of "he V.'orr.e- ^ D -
-..or., contributed the commitment and dynamic lead&r-'"'-b
which make fcr success. The fcflbut to their ccccmpiish
eients ar^ indeed weH-deserved.
It is a sign of the critical times that as one campaiei
is brouaht to a e'ese wffli uhLnrtion, the cemmunitv lead-
ership has turned its thcuahts to the new camp-nan for L-ee
dollars for Israel, as well as for iccal and netionel cam*
American Jews have been asked to rcis=> St". -:..-. in
the next vear end G'eater Miami's =h-re r' this is **c a
to be c'.ose to S!0 million, ct least double the cmcunt rxised
during the 1970 caropaic
Seme questions may be raised about the size of fl
aoal but there i< little euestiov. about 'h i f & 5
America--. Jewish cOBiBUnuty tc ?ive this amoral
svffaring any reduction ir. Bvug star.dcrds. The turnout the dinner on Oct. 18 wf.l be a cood Lndicatior. ci M
support for the task ahead a well as a tribute to thos? fa -.
during this past year, here laid the groundwork for hiture
success.
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"THE POLITICS OF THE ELFA TORAL COLLEGE''
November 1
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"THE POLITICAL ISSUES OF 1970''

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+Je*isHlurldUon
Pag 7-A
- letters to the editor
bnlinir to
i-M-ease
UTOK, Tim Jewish Meridian:
much as I try to unJ.-r-
and the thinking of college btu-
|nt9 an.l young adults, there is
L area which has thoroughly
Unfounded (tie.
| V.v adults, who arc supposedly
inch less idealistic and moralis-
tlwn the young people. t;.c
tholr version* still feel
nbout purchasing tier
i products. Many of us will re
, lend financial support to
cause <>f their anti-Israol
tint of view. But our young pen.
v,;, | pear so dedical "1 to
i i not scent to take the
if view.
[ re striking ag
, may contribute
fforl and protesting
I i the college campuses,
(. so m i" have no moral qualms
l tsuppo ting the -Mafia and the
hint princes who ex-
world while striving tor a better refugees who left their respective
humanity. | countries of residence after World
War II have been absorbed by the
countries of their own people and
RABBI MOilUIS A. KIPPER
Temple Judea
facts are J ist the reverse. Thei Howard Neu District 4
standards ot the Arab population]
in Israel proper, as well as in the
conquered territories are 50'f
above any Arab state; and (heir
human rights arc well-respected
and protected by the Israeli lUth-
orities.
The events of the last few w icks
in Jordan where Arabs were butch-
ering each other, proves that ls-
Commission Candidate
Using the slogan "Metro Needs
a Neu Face" Howard Neu,
practicing attorney and certified
public accountant, is campaigning
for the District 4 seat on the
Metro Commission.
Mr. Neu, a graduate of North
Miami High School, received his
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
James McCarthy, the Herald's
Washington Bureau reporter, sla-
ted in his recent column that the
United States still doesn't have
a definite clear-cut program to Eastern Asia taken in by Japan,
solve the problem of the Palestin- for example.
Ian refugees. He also points on'
that the U.S. State Department Is'""'' i,sHr- in addition to tak-
xperts do not see the creation of ,n" m 100,000 D.P/s from West-
h new Arab State as the solution "n Europe, took in and rehabili-
of the conflict there, since thh !'"'1 "Imost a million Jewish rel
would mean that the Arabs would ''-''M who were dr,von ()l" of n,
he at the mercy of the Jews, which Vrab and Moslem states. There aro
would not be satisfactory to them. Arau states- lich ,n revomi",
'.ui m I one of them absorb -\ fuel
These negative pos'.ti ns on the "brothers" for whom they ate
part ot the State Department re- willing to wage wars. The- pi
licet the thinking of this policy- tend to protect then, but they ('
making body in regard to the not resettle them in their respee-
1 feed I illions of Middle Ensl crisis, as well as their ive countries to turn them into a
Mi- into hate propaganda and attltude toward the Jewish State, productive people as other nations
to murder Israeli chil
racl must be strong enough to de-! B.B.A. and Juris Doctor degrees
fend Itself against any Arab at- Horn the University of Miami and
are today constructive elementsIn! tacks. State Department experts] its School of Law. He is president
the countries where they settled:
12 million Germans who lived east
of the Oder-Nice Rivers have been
reassimilated in Western Germany,
who pretend to be concerned about of Pro-Bus Lodge, U'nai H'riiu.
humanities, and worried about the1 vice president of the South Florida
Arabs under Jewish jurisdiction, Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
shduld be more 'concerned aboil t
-".- million Poles from the Soviet the fil"' of ,h'' Jew" wno ;""' s,;:1
Union re-integrated into Poland :lt the mercy of the Arabs, and
and two million Japanese from those who are in captivity In the
I
So\ let Union when
at stake daily.
their lives are
MAURICE GOLDB1NG
Miami 11- ;n Ii
chairman Hi the Library Develop-
ment Council of Dade County and
the U-M's North Miami Alumni
Club, and a past chairman of the
Metropolitan Dade County Li-
brary Advisory Board. Mr. Neu
also directs the choir at Temp
Menorah, Miami Beach.
fell.
Su-
it is obvious that this vacillating io. They prefer to use then ful
approach, which is filled with their osvn selfish political purposes.
orejudice against the State of Is-.....
rael has brought about the chaotic insulting to learn from
situation prevalent in that area. State Department experts, In ..-
eordance with James McCartney s
The State Department's conduct report, that the Arabs would b
toward the Jews during the Xa/i "a| the mercy of the Jews" In case
^1 Mafia Yet ou'r'voun.-' peo-l holocaust when they tied to escape a |1(,w Al ,,, rtate is creaTed whi .
to argue that extermination camps, is wed as
ly no young person is so
iB as to not realize that every
io he purchases any kind of(
ic or accepts a drug and uses:
he Is directly supporting t'
or
ill continue to argue
> arc not harmful.
knowledge

ifter the re-creation of the Jewish
would be surrounded by [siad.
I State when they placed an em-; This statement pictures the l-
lon Knowieage that the bargo on weapon shipments io Is- raelis as savages who would treal
Ian and Lebanese merchant racl to defend itself from the Arab ,hl, Arabs mercilessly. Indeed. II ''
who hive great influences!onslaughts, is characteristic of ------------------- -
eovemments arc re.snc.n-! their police. They neglected Liicir
narcotics traffic. It Is responsibility when it came to
: making bilfons en| suviiur the European Jewry 1 om
< purchased by ore- the Nassl gas chambers, and thev
| The money -.roes are still helping the I stl
i ted States to Mon- forces dedicated to the annih'da
VI ,,-, City, to n.iy "n,ot "" Jowish State and iu
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It deans itself...
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Lebanese and Svt
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while r senl ing lo
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Ii tmanity our young \ u -
i- at t time sup >ort-
81 immoral and wolM
I lur "id,
v eople, If you really arc
out i better world, you
continue to aid and .
lerers and criminals of the
It is a matter of fact thai the
Palestinian Are!) refu kc it
in camps fi i the I^.S,
-rnment, through the I 'nil -d N -
tions. x--:'li r the Soviet Union n i
i's satellites have contributed on"
oenny towai d sustaining th 'm. II
Is pu ely American money which
| th"se artificially-created ref-
;ee c ds I incl I min as i nest-
ing place for the t -vrorist orgm !-
nations. The onlj aetivities in r
camps in the last 22 years has
to train terrorists conspiring for
the destruction of the Jewish : '
During the same period, iithei

We Proudly Congratulate
L SHAW
Prominent Commoral and
Civic Leader and
President of
Temple Ner Tamid
Upon his Election us
^airman, The Hebrew Academy Executive Committee
May the Almighty Grant him Good Health and
Bless him, together with his dear Wife and Family,
with many years of continued Service and Dedication
to Jewish Education and to our Community.
LOUIS MERWITZER, President
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS, Principal
aren't you glad you switched ?
Remember the messy choreol oven-cleaning? lurn .1 dial,
and the newest electric ranges clean their own ovens.
That's a work saving. And everything ''u'v do,.
they do electrically. That's a money saving, Yen see,
flnmclcss electricity is the bi^qest bargain in your budget
While other prices have soared, electric service lias gone
down in cost. The average price paid per kilowatt hour
by FPL-scrved families today is one-third less than it was
in 1957. How's tlut for a switch in these inflationary rjpies?
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la vrasruarwrT b expected :o >ar-
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Local leaders fafcrrs jrt *-._]
BKBBte Noraan J Kasi PoBer. eocbairmen of the Hi-:a-
dnrt FtoaaanthaK Jacob ?_.'.-:
chairman ol the Business and Pro-
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era! r1* cf the event: Garj
Baaeaaaod a-: Marty Tcil art
-er>c:-r -.- under th-
.: o: Baathcitoed preakJcnt
Saeaari Reactor. Reaenatkaa ar.
rtfli trailabh farniaji ->: asaak
office.
5e-.=: Z::~-i-s AaaociaBoB of Mosni 3ecch tun
oaotaai BSOO check to Om laraeJ tfiakairal Councii .
Florida Mai E>. Goldh^ger.. '.si'.. efaoBtar founce.-
ser.:ors' group. Mrs. Lena MlatBaa, president c: tea
Ci::ze.--3 AaaociaOon, =nd Dr. Micfaoai Sossin. pre,
the ffistadml Co-nci'. took pert in tie ceren-.onies.
ITS A FACTM 00j rv :jrurTi-t=
in 1971
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, international Dirner*" Satur- -***r* no passpons
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ne of Skir>fvr and Phyllis Hill. :-. -r Dane
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vJewfsto FhrkRaun
Page 9-A
Max Lcrner
Survey After Battle
HEW YORK A few notes on
lt),e Jordan civil warits high
Kbits, Us ending, and a survey
Efter battle:
# WHO STARTED IT?
The reports make it pretty
Idea- now that in a sens? both
Lides started it. King Hussein
[made the showdown dec sion
when he dissolved his civilian
[cabinet and replaced it with the
[military, but he did it because
|h,- read the handwriting, and
[know that the terrorist fedayeen
Lin their tide of elation over
their hero role in hijacking and
IbiirninK the planes and holding
| world at baymeant t<- ,
|; :, h.m from his throne.
The point about overreachers
I that they do overreach: It is
She obvious that is often forgo t-
n. In this case the symbolic
turning l*>int in the king's deci-
Isi.m may have been the episode
lot the woman's bra on the tur-
|i, t pin of a tank. "Do you have
|women on board?" the king risk-
led cenially. "We are all women
|now." was the surly reply. The
Iwhole of the king's army felt
imitated by having to stand
Bv helplessly while the fedayeen
am-i! them before the world,
he bra on the tank gun mav
rite its place in history with
'rotsky's story of how the Rus-
jian Revolution was decided when
sootier, instead of shooting.
Rvinked .it a demonstrating woik-
WHEN WAS THE WAR
WON?
Not until the Syrian tanks it:
|1 orth had thrown the kine"?
| it!') confusion, and the
[king's nerves too, and had then
ll : >rced to withdraw by a
Icon ti in of strafine from t.ir
I i diplomatic flak from
(Washington and Israel's threat
to intervene. At this point the
[Russians may also have added
their vacillating voices.
There are two things worth
[noting about this. One is Syria's
I; le as the real anti-Hussein un-
it igonist. and the sour and lead-
of the far left forces in the
I world. It was in Damascus
[th.'t Arafat, the fedayeen leader,
[found helo and refupe when his
[world collapsed in Jordan, and
] it wns the Syrian tanksd:s-
_'ii s" mi int to turn the tide of battle.
The second is how little the
mal boundaries mean to .he
Arab leaders like Atassi, of Syr-
ia, who quite cheerfully sent
I hi- tanks across the borders of
Jordan. The Atassi Doctrine
li* like the Rrczhnev Doctrine on
I Czechoslovakia: What difference
boundaries make between
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sister republics in the name o!
the Communist cause?
WHO OR WHAT WON?
In the ultimate sense, no out!
won-neither Hussein nor the
fedayeen nor Syria nor Russia
nor America nor Israel, since
the wheels of history that are
grinding out the Arab-Israeli
war may have been slowed a bit
but will go right on grinding.
But short ol that, it was King
Hussein's cause of relative Arab
moderation, and the king's mili-
tary commanders, who won.
In the crunch it was not who
but what: It was firepower That
won, and thr army's morale '*.*-
hind it, and the squeeze play
(the American and Israeli inter-
vention gestures) that won the
war.
Hussein has shown himself
more than ever a viable king who
can keep at least a measure of
control. It is ironic for Arafat
to be declaiming about the "sen
of blood" and Hussein's ruthless-
ness, when Arafat and his hench-
men and spokesmen have all
along helc. up the "WiM to Pow-
er" as the single virtue of pa-
triots. Those who advertise ruth-
lessness may end by ruthlessn.-ss.
HOW DID RUSSIA AND
AMERICA COME OUT'
Thr prolMe of the Russians
come- out p-'1tv hhirred. since
no oneperhaps not even ihej
knew who they wanted t > wi.i.
and no ore saw any '-"ear 'r>
nals by the Rnssiar*. They hav
hid theft light a theket. but
so deeply a-'' darkly the light
never emerged.
The American profile, for once, i
cam-.' out well After the S'.ite i
Department's massive blunder- |
ing on t^c truce and the Egyu-
tian missiles, it is .->->d t" be
able to say that the giec'al ac-
tion group on the Jordanian war
came through as professionals.
They spoke softly most of the
time, but brandished a big stick
when it was called' for. and mad-
it credible. They have stored
up a growing morale account
against futbre r.eficits and blun-
ders.
e HOW ABOUT THE
FUTURE?
With the freeing of most of
the non-American hostages, the
fate of the Americans became
the immediate concernn.)t only
of America but. of the non-terror-
ist world, including Hussein's
soldiers, whe discovered the first
batch.
As for the larger picture of
the Middle East, Israel emerges
with less obloquy and more
prestige attached to it than be-
fore the crisis began. Hussein
shows hi.T.scii a long-distance
runner, but even more, so do the
Israelis.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
In accordance with the By-Laws, the Nominating Committee is pleased to announce that the
following nominees for Officers, Directors, Trustees and Governors wiil be presented for
election at t'ie Forthcoming Annual Meeting of t!ie Creator Miami Jewish Federation. Such
Annual Masting will be held on Sunday, October 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Deauville Hotel,
Miami Beach.
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT:
HONORARY PRES'DENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
SECRETARY:
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY:
TREASURER:
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JUDGE IRVING CVPEN
JULIUS DARSKY
LEO EISENSTEIN
RICHARD J. HORWICH
MRS. JACK KATZMAN
MPS. JEROME L. KIPNIS
SAM BLANK
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLANO
A. J. HARRIS
SAM J. HEIMAN
HOWARD KANE
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LEONARD L. ABESS
LEO A. CHAIKIN
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NATHAN H. DARSKY
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MRS.. RICHARD BRICKMAN
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MRS BURTON B GOLDSTEIN
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mrs stanley c. myers
mrs eov'in b oppenheim
albert e ossip
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clifford perlman
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HARRY SIRKIN
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MRS. CARRIE ROSEN
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MRS SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
JOHN N. SEF.BIN
MRS. ROBERT SHAPIRO
MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
SAUL SILBERMAN
MRS. SOL SILVERMAN
MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. HARRY B. SMITH
GEORGE SOGG
ABE SOLOSKO
MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN
ARNOLD J. STERN .,
MRS. MICHAEL A. SUMBERG
STEWART SUNNESS
CARL SUSSKIND
ELI TIMONER _.,_
MPS HOWARD J. TRINZ
JOSEPH WEINTRAUB
MAX WEITZ
IRVING WEXLER
MRS. IRVING WEXLER
A. B. WIENER
plus Board of Directors.
Officers and Trustees
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MRS. TRUDY HAMERSCHLAC,
SKISIctt RISKS of hheebbr! u^vIrIItv rw^V&'r-
SWffASloWSra BNAF,L B^TH^AWP,^AM M. ALPER
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION ,.ti,.m cocfTOR
RFTH KODESH CONGREGATION DR. NATHAN K C.PECTOH
IIS iS^OU^^FToNTo^A^I'^BERT S. BROWN
RKi RSS SSSSj: ^B^^B^V^~
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EHStK^^^S^ MSUl women-s committee -
MRS. DONALO RUBIN ..,. r,rw FN
BRANDEIS ZIONIST DISTRICT OF NO" HOITllLMBT
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION ^WARD ILBERT L. affiliated c,per.) -
Sar^nV'IabI^ (and af,"'ated BranCheS) "
C^A^r.^r^E. FREE LOAN*SSOCJA;.nV
HADASSAH ,and iMM iMM r7F ^or^ aTe% M AI" RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
rSirEIWH,\TACDVuOTRl0^cfLNCOEF SO. ^LoV.DA M. MICHAEL SOSSIN
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JEWISH WAR VETERANS ARTHUR A, SELEVAN _
JEWISH WAR VETERANS (Women's AK. a"f _^L a STONE
^.NoNroMTct/J^
^^Cr'^O^^T^^^-^^ SOL LANDAU
TECHNION and affiliated chapters) MRS MILTON SIRKIN
TEMPLE BETH AM BARTON S UDELL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM MARVIN COOPER
TEMPLE BETH TORAH MILTON T HORNSTEIN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL HERBERT BUCHWALD tRFIELD
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI JOSEFH GARFIELD
TEMPLE IUOEA SOL SCHREIBER
TEMPLE MENORAH JERRY SUSSMAN
TEMPLE NER TAMID HERMAN L. SHAW
TEWLE TIFERETH JACOB-
TEMPLE ZAMORA
TEMPLE ZION MERLE I. SIDLE r~Rcn <; COHEN
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA (national worn sn's leaflue MILDRED S. COM t~
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WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT S. E. FLORIDA REGION (and affiliated chapters,
MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN __.-,, c,c mrHSFL BRIGHT
WOMEN'S CANCER LEAGUE OF MIAMI BEACH MRS. MICH At L BRIGHT
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL (and '*'l'J,ed.,c"p,"r*ir ij ir rahm
YIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH MOR i*IE HONIIGB AUM
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ZOA PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL ABRAHAM GRUf> HUT
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GREATER fVAMM Jl^STWHlATtON
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Cantor Ann Be- A'on. 1
ANSr-E EVES 2513 SW Hth Av.
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TOM KIPPCR: Friday Minrha I'M
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BETH JACOB. 3C1 Washington Awe.
Ortoee. Rabbi 5-">'yi'"i T. Sonr.
sky. Cantor Miurct Mmtl>ei. 1t
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ISRAEL ITmplai OF GREATER
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Fi-.;i Joaeph R Narot.
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NORTH MIAMI
B E TIH MOSHE CONCRE^ATION
13600 'W. Dixie Hwy. Cgnaervatve.
Rabbi Joseph Gor'-nkel. Cantor
Ben Z.cn Kirc"enbaum. 35
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
YOM KJI-ITK: 7:18 i> m. Kol Nldre.
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SYNAGOGUE '532 Wa'hmgton Ave
O-thodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cnnr Mver Engel. '
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Raobi David Lehrt.eld
Cantor Abraham Seif 77
KIPPI'R: Friday '" D-m. K"l
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MENORAH (TEMPLE'. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ovitz. Cantor Nico Feldman
7 p.m. Kol
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Kle n
15 i m K-.l
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OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man. W
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djay ;' am. Peirunr
I iir Y- stlral Frtdajr I Ma m.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Raabi Avrohom
Groner. ^*
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 750i E Treasure Dr..
North Bay V'liane. Conservative
Cantor i -' 32-A
NORTH M'AMI BEACH
ADA-ru YESHLRLN TEM PL E .. '025
N. E Miami Gardens Or ve. Con.
serv = -'v Rabbi M.iton Schlmskv
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Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rucel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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Words That Count
coniinjj to thy words.
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day
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"And the Lord said "Solachli Th::. then, is tV ,,-^ n
KldyorectsO -I ha*e (orgiv-n ac- wtiicti we may hr-r.?-nerr-r < ;.k ,
I life.: to be inscribed in the Book nf
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"SS01 N E. 22nd Avenue Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor
Irv.ng Shu'kea 37
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MIAMI. 990 NE 17'st St. Orthodox
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SEPUAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
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TOM KIPPXTt: Kri-lay t:M i>m KOI ,in,, ,iin.u:li..ut thr day.
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ZAMORA (TEMPLE -- Zamori Ave
Conservat ve Rabbi Maxwell Serger
Cantor Nathan Zolcndek 41
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BETH ISRAEL (TbMPLK). 547 E.
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Edwards Cartor Maurice Neu. 42
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Bivd. Retorm. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerorre Klement. 43
HAaANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEMEP
126 N. E. 1st Av. 44
HoLlYWOOD
BETH EL [TEMPLE] "351 S 14 Ave
Reforrv Rabbi Samuei Jaffe 4*
TOM KIPPI'R: :
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BETH SHALOM iTEMPLE). 1726
Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. 46
SINAI (TEMPLE. 12C1 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
Tom KIPPI'R: Piidaj p.m Kol
ttatnrday I .-i m Children's
Service. 10:Sfl :t ni Retrular Service

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do in teal evision
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roojranis
Oft- 11Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate."
Topic: "The R.O.T.C. and the Campus"
Modem tor: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: C.idet Philip M. Brown
Panelists: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Rev. Thonw
Crowder and Representatives from Archdioces.
of Greater Miami and the Fellowship ol
Churches.
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Edict J. Wino-
flrad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 48
Tom Kii'lTi;: Friday t p.m Sermon:
"W'-ll. Here I Am"' E lurday 11:3"
:. m Tlskor. Sermon; "Th Invisible
Man."
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Raobi Morris A. okop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber 49
SURTSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
.....
exclusively relisjfous and G i
ented hj is repentance. Ktlii -
moralitj ean h^ given content r-.'
DurpoM iMher 1I1 in relifrlous. Tn
be sur<". there are seclar, non-
religious teachers of ptliie< mid
morals that are part of the r. ll
gTaces and social patterns )f hu-
manities. Not so with rervnl noe
Tho very concept of Tu-Shuv .1 i<
predicated upon man's personrulj
relation with a personal God who
hears his prayers and answers
them. Says the old Talmudie \-
"The world could never have exist-
ruf. p%A4tSll XlXl6* but lar th0 fac* ~Pentance ws
0 given to man, and the Almigiity
Fight For Sight U*jj
'iiv is 1 flrsl
rlhoda M. Uvin,' Cha
Sight League of Gn r;: r.
Kill bo held at noon Tu;'s(1%>,
the Fontainebleau Hotels
Gigi. All of the luneheun mc*-,..\
are open to the public, b"l**^
vations must be made in am g_
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Carol GokUs
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I B^y, October 2, 1970
f'Jenlsti fhradfrnff?
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
The Torah reading from Leviticus, Chapter 16, recalls in
I i sacrifices brought on the Day of Atonement. To impic.is
I ,pic with their communal responsibility for sin and th
[jeed of torgivenesj. two goats were brought to the tempi.-. Lots
, .i to designate one goat for the Lord, and the other fur
Ua/.c'.. symbol of wickedness. The first was offered in th" pre-
l manner as a burnt sacrifice. The high priest placed his
hand upon ,n(' otnor Ront i,nti confessed ,n<> sins f the ,>eopl>,
which the goat was sent away into the wilderness. Th*
boratc preparations and the procedure of this ritual a:-''
minutely tlcscrlbed.
This ceremony vividly dramatized the casting away of tlw
which the Israelites acmiircd in the desert. The scapegoat
, lii" symbol of wickedness which was annually banishe.I
to the wilderness. When the temple was destroyed, this ceremony
was discarded. Prayer, repentance, and righteousness assumed
: significance. We read of this ancient rite to recall th
,.: Icsire of our people to become reconciled with their CJd
i | (heir fe'lowmen, and to make atonement lor sin, even in th-1
st pe iod of 'heir history. For us, this reading emphasize*
il cleansing ourselves <>f sins that separate us from <><:
:. ,mc! removing the evil which estranges us from our neig'.i-
...
Cease-Fire Expected To Continue


.....IK"
Iff red Golden To Speak
I d Golden will be the guest
ral (he Massachusetts Club
; in the Bel AJre Hotel.
feu-. Collins Ave., at S:lo p.m.
I|,, rsdav, Oct. 8. Mr. Golden is
lii ted with the B'nai B'rith
ti-Defamation League. William
| resident of the club, ex-
Indi an invitation to all residents
former residents of Massachu-
! to i'iii the group, which is
\ ning a buffet ilinner and
h.i party in the Bel Aire on Sat-
',:' Nov. 7.
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of Greater
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he Sale Of
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Rabbis Proclaim Day Of
Thanksgiving, Penitence
Tiie Orthodox rabbis of Greater
Miami have Issued a proclamation
which sets Thursday aside as a
Day of Thanksgiving and Peni-
. ( nee in gratitude for the release
of the hostages and other recent:
developments in the Middle East.
Rabbi Bercl Wcin was to host a
i re-Yom Kippur Holy Assembly at
8:30 p.m. in Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, 40th Street and Chase Ave-
1 line. Participants in the sacred
e rvlce of prayer, thanksgiving
and messages of penitence will In-
c hide Rabbis Alexander S. Gross.
Jonah Caplan, David Lehrfield,
Abraham Korf, Naftali Porush,
.1 si i li E. Rackowsky. Tibor H.
Stern and Phineas Weberman.
Con't from I'a({e l-A
from parallel peace talks under
Gunnar V. Jarring.
Isiaeli and An.ii leaders will |
n presmt for a ioth anniver-
sary commemorative session ol i
the General Assembly Oct. 15.
but Scv'-t Premier Alexr-i N. !
Kosygin has announced that he i
would nol at lend, sen; Uini; ;
chances lor high level talks o.i ,
the Mideast. Neverth?les., there
was nothing to prevent Dr. Jar-
ring from using the opportu ilty
to try to gel the stalled i ice
talks off the ground
Egypt and th' s->\i"t Union
have issued a join communiqui
'.'l Cairo affirming continua-
tion of the pol.> cs agreed upon
by tJ) i;it" President Nasse" nd
'elude the <.:<> >l cf a. polit leal
s lut i4.li as we i as acce] tance of
the cease-fire lie e">imun .
was issued af oi four daj-
intensive consultations between
Premier Kosygin and the po.;-
Nasser leadership of M-ypt. Mr.
Kosygin headed the Soviet dele-
gation to Nasser's funeral and
used the occasion to rc-aff!.nn
Russia's continued eiTtary, ee.i>-
nomic and dipbmiillc suppo."
lor Eg} pt.
The i-;nt 'nnmo'ii' '"esnokeof
the common objective of "elimi-
nating the consequences of 1--
l.ieli aggression by achieving per-
manent pease In the a-ea." t'i:
semi-official Cairo rtailv Al Ah-
ram said that the Soviet Union
will give full and continuous
support tu Egypt and that pres-
sure must be excited to break
Israel's attempt to "obstruct
the settlement of the Middle
East crisis" but a political solu-
tion must not be rejected.
Observe!s here noted thai toe
Soviets lost no time is assuring
Hi.' new Egyptian regime jf its
steadfast support. Tile Kre.nli:'
is apparently striving to con-
tinue ils close ties with Egypt
developed under President Nas-
ser which date .'1O1I1 1953. when
the Soviets first began delivering
military equipment to Egypt.
Bin it is not certain at this
time whether the Kremlin will
be able to establish with Nass
ultimate successor the close per-
sonal ties and rapport it Had
with the late Egyptian leader.
American diplomats expect^da
fierce internal powjpv struggle.
But whatever happens, it 's oe-
HeWoT that for the time being
the Egyptians will be too pre-
i upiea with internal problems
and too emoii inal y exhaust I
from the shock of Nasser's sud-
den death to alter the precarious
truce that now exists with Israel.
Cultural Society Sets 1st Concert
Twelve cultural events will rep-.
rosenl The Miami Beach Cultural
Society's contribution to the City
of Miami Beach area. Allen .V
Dvvorkis, executive director, iia;
announce I. It will open the -as
with its com ei i Saturday, Oct. 2 I,
at 7:20 p.m. in the Assembly il I
hi Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Tickets are necessary; iro-y
may be obtained by writing ; Mr.
Dvvorkis
The concert will feature Cun I
Neu, "-, winner in a recent piano
I competition, The Pierre ?.I:md
string Ensemble, vocalists Sol
Zweigel and Elsa Zlg'.er and tin -
accompanist, Helen Skolnik.
The Society was founded to aid
nd encourage youngsters Who a."
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nt and ability, giving them en op-
portunity to develop a musical
career and economic independent: .
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it Alan Kassin as community con-
sultant on Services to the Armed
Forces and Veterans of th" Na-
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(JWBi hi 3 been announc d by
Herbert Millman, executiv---' vica
president. He will provide consul-
tation to I'SO local >i iff- I
Jewish Community Centers rend-
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Friday, October 9. 137C
This Week In History
40 Years Ago This Week: 1930
Impresario Maurice Schwartz d%-
ckied to continue producing in New
York, instead of carrying vi\ nis
plan to shift to Philade'phii. but
the Yiddish Actors' Ifnion voted toi
bar him.
One-third of Poland'* S^iJ^n,
Jews were reported deprive i of all
nieans of existence, with another
third on the brJik.
Relatives of the late banker and
industrialist Jacques Elias Who
left most of his S100 rrillion <> the
Rumanian government, sued to
retrieve it. charging the govem-
nient had failed to fulfill its re-
sponsibility to eradicate an'.i-ic.n-
itism
Adolf Hitler denied respjr.s bil-
ity for a Berlin riot, saying, Fhe
National Socialist movement doe;
not need to employ such methods
. Such excesses 'are' ;..;.'
its interest and ordeis. The move-
ment discjuntenances violent itt-
Semitism." He blamed the r: A on
his lieutenant. Dr. Joseph Goe'^btU.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1980
The Anti-Defamation League re-
ported that a "further deteriora-
tion in the position of the Jews in
the Soviet Union" has been "iin-l
plemented by a virulent anil > .u--
spread anti-Semitic campaign."
. t'e-t German Chancellor K?n-|
rafl Adonauer revealed fiat Ger-
man Jrws hid helped save hi- hff
\"hwehp W3# hidia^.^-;u':i;-i'-v'
45.
West Germany a ed I
523.8 million reparal ons I
gees persecuted >r ir nnt'on?!
itythe first time ;: rec
that as a basis for claims.
Israeli Foreign M
".: ::-. addressing -,!v G n il As-
sembly, in rile i i:,:-, T 3 t in an'1
Lebanon to "mee< ft" iai "
and urced "the c nplete I "
ment of Israel anr? the Ai i St
under mutual i 11 C
trol "
Th Paris-baaed Cent?r :' Con-
temporary Jewish Docjmer,tjt: .n
produced evidence that Adolf liich-
mann had ordered the Nazis' >
chambers.
The Jewish War Veterans I -
manded that the Defense P. : ''-
ment identify and dJsmjss a fc_T-
iner Nazi general employed by t
U.S. Army at Dachau who ha I ..-
porfedly -' s*1< wti-Gemitic -
marks.
; lert Ju
; his Tusl
Minist i n'.ed I sh to Hi r-
- y, c-ifc ne 5S >ffi< r
eh irg< -l with 32, J w ish d af
in Rigs
Tii- We?' :< I' t
Stal M te-s J istice w s I I
that la -N P -
b n ex; li fro n the
hi
A seal Inv si >n believed i
Bar Kcol r. -\ De ea < by a -h-io-;,-.' i x-
,r headed by Prol .' i !
Yadin.
Peace Talks Suspended
[arring Returns To Moscow
Dr. Jarring, whose international
judgment Israel trusts, had ear-
lier offered to "use my pros, nee
here for talks with :, .,;., Av<])
delegations on the esta Jishmeiit
of peace and on the creation of
the atmosphere .mi conditions
in which. can take place. Tl re is," he a
s-i td. "no rat .
reason f->- re-fa-/ sujh an J
portunity."
aAL
SOI
Continued From Pace 4-A
Continued from Pf* 4-A
''charismatic" megalomanics. Su-
karno in Indonesia. Nkrumah m
Ghana, Ben Bella in Algeria,
even I in a misleading English up-
per-class way Jawaharlal Nehru
in India, all followed exactly the
same pattern.
In other words, they had not
the faintest notion what to d >
about education, or irrigation. I
or sewage disposal, or birth con- i
trol. or anything else of a p.ac-
tical character that really mat- '
tered to the suffering masses ol
the unfortunate nations they led.
So they escaped from reality by
continuing the charadeby pos-
turing before th world as great
"popular" leaders of neutralism
and the New Left.
American. English and West-
ern European left-wing intellect-
uals being what they are. these
shabby mountebanks wer al-
ways taken with utmost serious-
ness. "Beat me again. Charlie,
eight to the bar"This would
be the cry. whenever the Sukar-
nos and Nkrumahs kicked Ihc
West in the teeth again, or jail-
ed another four or five-thou-
sand innocent persons, or form-
ed an even closer alliance with
the Communists.
But in the end. the practical
problems brought most of these
mountebanks down. In Ghana, in
Indoi>$sj^, indeed in most of the
other jcckij nw that have been
affiirtjju Jm this kind of !ead-
ershidH c have already been
hustleH L,the stage- leaving
their W9 ill left-wing intell-ect-
u.al afl^H Bran all eases, both
""-.--"tHH he loss of "Charlie"
i ri. i eakafl pksed bv the suhse-
quentjj B^}ns of what had
reallyfl Kolng on!
Tinsel ^sa class that Gamal
Abdel A er really belonged to.
II:- '.-*! Stious strutting as a
world r^B rer"plus his neglect
of k.vb^ jJL'-irful internal pr b-
lems, d^H felo.se to causing hiir.
> .M led off th" stage in
1967 W inmost certainly at
ither See s. loo. If the Soviets
had "4fai limped him mi
as 'igk te were an old. pitch-
cd bicySQ) tire, he would surely
have beeti leastled off.
What w fll happen now, God
knows! E ?ypt's internal pro'o-
lems still ery out for practical
solutions: fjfd most Egy]itiins
seem to kr ipt. But at a guess.
the Soviet Msave got sucn a
mortgage < Mi'Egypt, in the c viise
of pumping SRasser up a^ain. ihat
his going may not make an enor-
M MOi/Rfeous poHcy-difference.
Miami Happenings
Mrs. Donald Mi. hnoff. Airs.
Stu:irt Gordon and Mrs. William
Nathan have opened their I'p-
stairs Studio at 1718 Alton Rd.
to serious art students of the
area. Adult art classes, includ-
ing slides and drawings from
still life will be taught Monday
and Tuesday mornings by Mar-
cHla W*ldman, Monday and
Wednesday evenings by Harrirt
Lefcowitz. Thursday evenings-
sculpture classes will be taught
by Frieda Tsehuim : t'arol Pryd
will be the instructor of the Sat-
urday morning children's art
classes.
Miami-Dade Junior College is
offering for the first time a
course focusing on the dynam-
ics of communication. Instructor
of the class, which will meet in
Room 2129 on the M-DJC South
Campus, each Thursda.' from
":45 to li p.m. beginning this
week, is Mrs. Pbillip Brass.
course is to offer pra< -
tical suggestions for improving
conversational relationships. Ii -
tereated persons ma^ contact
Mrs. Bras ir registei
the first classes.
Morris Cohen Of
has been named by Cs>*ritsl Na-
tional Bank of Miami as its Sep-
tember 1970 "Citizen of the
Month." He was recognized for
the pleasure he hi brought to
many audiences ov r th years,
including patients di Vafiet;
Children's. Veterans' and Mount
Sinai Hospitals, fewish Home
for the At->-.!. Cerebral P
children, and orphan -
as charity shews. H's cit-.: ":i >. ii
signed by Dr. O. D. Con -er.
Prim* ilrlc'n iteak .
tvvtd Japantf sfyi's
MIAMI
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that will leave Miami Interna-
tional Airport evi ry hour on the
OUT irom urday. Nov. 7. All proceeds of '
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donations ere tax-deductible.
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Gamal Abdel Masser*-j'Sit'^'^
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Wn-.-iMh-' S v: :>'..; it \ Yako.
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K scheduled for 7:30 pm.i
i Algie" Hotel, Miami Beach.
Lnrrial musical program, tea-
EShoshanah Hoffman. wv)\-
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She will highlight Yiddish
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL A1PERT
12 Problems Facing Israel In The Year Ahead
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kill more Israelis each year than ,. ,
ail fronts Safet; impaigm live ad J
far had tl
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Which wil |
this list at from t ty?
CAPITAL COMMENT
by Sam Lipski
L.N. Failed: What Else Is There?
A'

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- I Of I 'of
Israel and its efforts 1 rity.
That bodv 1.-- u ussing "The 1
tine Question" in 1946. when it was har. ly a y. BT old. and
; is in) resting to note that hopes for a revived V.N. role
begtaa to ris.. a* prospects for a Middle East settli
brightened momentarily with the L'.S. peace initiative.
Secretary General U Thant siioke as if he and the
could claim tome credit for the ar.'l the fact that the rivetings were cenducti d
As We Were Saying: Bv ROBERT E. SEGAL
If Israel Perishes
r
THE COURSE
M:dd!
people who 1
ut the uhl
i ns could pro
ling Myron S. Kaufmann s brief
but convincing and unnerving
study. 'The Coming Destru
of IsraeL"
It is not calculate*! to aoolh
it- impact is frightening. But if people give Kauf-
mann the opportunity to prove Russia's probable
triumph at the expense of the United States as well
- Israel, action resulting from their awakening just
night change the terrifying course cf modem history.
Reporter-novelist Kaufmann portrays Russia -s
an almost certain winner in her game to conquer
the Arabian Peninsula. Kaufmann reminds his rea I-
en that any history book is a chamber cf ho:
often unaware of impending cataclysms,
he notes. The Coming Destruction Of brae
book with a m -t (vocative subtitle. "Win th
Si To L'n ateral Russian Inter-
vention in Th< the power to rc-
The Arab ne. : :
.
ture .
!
Kaul
"By ttisonii Israel n the Unrti I Std
worth .: roj i the oil
co:: ut <.;curate n
M lit cant still, "Will the conscience of man-
kind prove 'i casu Ky if the world permits an i mo
cei lepending largely upon its.,
idea I fortitude for its survival and for i
chance to make new and even more retrial k ible
tributions to human advancement, to parish $*''''
bwh J019
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r-..-uk.. nsamxxs.:- w .!,--. .
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i Jarring
ratiors did not
It took s
....
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l b is i t evident when it
ing East. Israel's I
in fact, has pointedly remark- if the Arab
states proposed that the earth was flat, they could im-
mediately get a bloc of 45 votes. The veto power
qm-ntly exercised by the Soviet Union's permanent Se-
em ity Council members also serves to keep the Middle
East pot boiling. These weaknesses, in combination with
th. realities of power politics, has made 'he really crucial
issues matters for diplomacy outside the UN. framework.
Israel recognizes that the United Nations still plays
a role in spite of its weaknesses, however, and thus cannot
be totally dismissed as a factor in attempts to settle the
conflict. In the present context, that role is twofold
ting diplomacy and public opinion. Diplomatically.
the United States is pushing for a sett t the
-: i Ity Council resolution of November 1967 is th
the starting point, for thos>
While it is clear that the United Nations car:
longer ap|teal to "the consci
Israel was ital i
j
Jews, part of 1 i ts inl
due to -
: rindi
II find
It fashioi
Ni ess, as we I 25th anni<
with international law being flaunted by the Palest
pirati s. thei is a gn wit \ feeling thai ts flaws,
the United Nations is all that mankind has. It may bo a
notion the world clearly is not ready for world
nt. But critical times sometimes force a new
look at old solutions. In this mood, public opinion, fright-
ened and leadcrlosi, tends to turn to the United Nations
for leadership.
Small countries like Israel may not like such devel-
opments, but they must learn to live with it. If only
Israel's enemies could see it the same way!
Israel Newsletter
Between You and Ms: By EC iS SO
Danger Signals
R
EVIVAL Ol
is now!
g and
It is I
jf a generation ag when |
had a'most no ac
ment careen
tions in admission I medialj
leges, or were conspicuously I
wanted in certain clubs and hotel*
in certain industries when it came to adwj
positions. The new form of anti-Se:: sm wfaidl
beginning to find its expression todaj -
political and this makes it even mom langenm]
Anti-Semitic groups are now beginning to at
to life again as "right wine" groups Added toBB
are the anti-Semitic ti ndencies in N \ Left.i
wi!d anti-Semitism of the Black Pat and nhi
N -: i groups, not to speak of the anti-Israel (en
' are now developing in the Am rican daaj
In ": nt' American circle-. |
w is careful nst to s
I
m I "bad manners" ..{
Jews whk h
in h ai I Indiff n nee I aj
ng sections '
hich only a few years *
*1th Fascism and Hitler
Anti-Jewish propaganda 3r against American Jewryhas .-..red in
mentum. especially since the Arab-Israel Six-D
War. The poisonous assertion bj iarksD|
bergh that the Jews and the British pushed
United States into World War II is of special i
nificancc.
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Facing Four Sets Of Challeng<
ISRAEL has
b- en I
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hijack that faifc i Al-
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re able to smuggl a ;
and two hand grenades ah
indicating that some tightening
of the security system is In
order.
The second challenge is rep.
resented by the number of hi-
jacks which did succeed. Israel,
no overland links with the
M rid .
In anything affecting air
ICt Of I
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that El I

-.l/ation in violence and
i xtremism.
it the most important chal-
s posed by the disinu-
'':.' authority
In Jordan. The PFLP established
ita revolutionary airport" at
Zarka. for decades one of the
major military bases in Jordan,
almost within art:!!, ry
"i the nation's i


Hum In appan ntlj '''!"' J
seizure of t h i "'
contin< ntal Hotel
terrorists ind
fore djacl
H lingth fsra
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an effective movi
run. Bet in the long run,
may turn out to b
mistake the Arabs ever ma*
They are playing with fi
dangerous than they i""obaUlf I
imagine, for if the tenor*".,
threats are carried ;1 Isr*.
will face a fourth typt ul *\
lengeand will have to ; I
her ability to protect her "
citizens and also those of ,
governments.


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Medicines
National PharniacvWeek
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health
The safe, effective use of today's medicines will be strassed
by local pharmacists during their observance of National Phar-
macy Week,
The thema of this year's observance is "Respect Medicines."
The annual observance is sponsored by the American Phar-
maceutical Association, the national professional society of the
pharmacists in ihe United States, and by The South Florida ?hui-
maceutical Association
The pharmacists of Dade County have chosen the occasion
to re-emphasiz3 to the public that while today's medicines have
great benefits they also have their dangers and limitations, Ic is
everyone's responsibility for safe drug usage, pharmucists say,
to know these limitations.
They offer the following suggestions during National Phar-
macy Week.
Be sure to have all of your prescriber's orders dispensed.
If you do not take the medicine ordered, it might allow your con-
dition to get worse, while the physician assumes that it is not be-
ing helped by the medicine he prescribed.
Do not take medicines without asking your physician or
pharmacist. All medicines, including those that you can pu>'-
c:hase without a prescription order, are designed to have an
effect. Sometimes, various combinations can be dangerous.
Remember that when certain druas are used at the same
time, possible undesirableand even dangerousinteractions
can result. An increasing number of pharmacists are maintaining
family or patient medication record systems so that they can
help avoid such interactions. If you are going to more than one
physician, be sure you tell each of themand your pharmacist
about the different drugs you are taking.
Follow your physician's and pharmacist's advice. Thsre's
always a reasonsometimes severalfor their advice.
Don't trust your memory when taking medicine. Always
read the label three times: once before you remove the medicine
from the container, again when you take the medicine out of the
container and a third time after you have taken the medicine.
"Do not try to guess what is wrong with you or to select
your own medicine. Certain temporary symptoms can be re-
lieved by medicines you can purchase without a prescription
order. Consult your pharmacist about these and follow the
directions in the use of these "home remedies" just as you
would if they were prescription medicines.
" Do not share your medicine with someone else, and do
not take medicine prescribed for another person.
' Clean out medicine cabinets regularly, especially dis-
carding prescription medicines no longer being used.
' Don't step taking a prescription medicine just because
you begin to feel better. Anything less than the full course
treatment could prevent the medicine from correcting the illness.
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Palm Avenue
peah, FU. 33010 888-9963
KVILIE DRUG STORE
I N.W. 27th Avenue
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PHARMACY
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ER CLINIC PHARMACY
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890 Washington Avenue
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10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami, Fla. 33161 -754-9508
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645 Perrine Avenue
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SHOPRITE PHARMACIES
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Israel Protests Arab
Terrorists' Release
I JERUSALEM (WNS) Israel
(as strongly protested the re-
laseof seven Arab terrorists by
i in nations whose
.,ms, to do so resulted in the
.>: the passengers am!
J-c\v< of three Jetliners hijacked
Palestinian guerrillas. The
farm terrorists were freed after
Jio last 38 hostages lind.nl in
Ithens during their trip home
om Jordan.
| Israel also denied rep >:-ts it
I to release 12 Arabs,
lei,: [0 Lebanese and two
( Although Israel .v-
] Arabs after an El
u as hijacked to Al i ir-
L at ih t time Its action was
^ humanitarian" mov.'.
I its strongest pro-
: tn the British government
ir its release of Leila Klialed.
flij had i iken part In the unsuc-
Vssful attempt to hijack in K\
pl-me. Her male companion
las killed in the attempt. The
Iraeli plane landed in London
hd Miss Khaled was held by
\e British police during the iie-
ftiati ins for the release of the
sencers and crew of the air-
her- >uessfully hijacked by
her terrorists.
hrael requested Miss Khaled's
tradition, citing an extradi-
tion treaty between the two
nations. The fact that the hi-
jacking to-k place in Interna-
tional airspace was thought to
give Israel, rather than England,
jurisdiction in the case.
Switzerland and West Ger-
many als i released Arabs held
in those countries as ;. reri
of previous terrorist attacks
against El Al airllm rs. Th< -
guerrillas were flown to
aboard a British Air Kurd plane
and Western new >men
that the terrorists were
among the crowd watching .
funeral >: Egyptian li
Gamal Abdel Nasser.
The th- e Eu p i
claimed the n lease of the 1 -
rorist i .. par! ol tlv di l
free die host ages and t i
to during the negotiations vltii
the guerrillas carried out bj Hi
International Red Cross.
In Geneve, Marcel A. Naville,
president of the Red Cross, said
his organization was prepared I ;
help obtain the release of an\
hostages in the event of further
airline hijackings. He said such
hijacking was "a serious viola-
tion of human rights," out his
group would act as Intermediary
if asked to do so by the terror-
ists, the government Involved,
the hostages or their families.
(Man Supreme Executive Committee
iminates Sadat As Nasser's Successor
By Special Reiort
l!r>iit's former vice president,
car Sadat. 52, who has been
I as its interim head of
|te, was recommended for the
i permanent basis this
Jek by the eight-man supreme
feutive committee of Egypt's
ll\ legal political party, the
fah Socialist Union.
It was practically certain
lit hi would be nominated by
National Assembly, Egypt's
I ent, and get the absolute
| in a nationwide plebis-
whieh Will he required to
ike him Egypt's next presi-
f
gvptlan as well as diplo-
Mic insiders were still in doubt
t who would get the key
>ts of prime minister and
rotary general. Accord-
to Egypt's Constitution, the
Jsident appoints the prime
I lister, and theoretically, at
the secretary general is
cud by the eight million
mbers of the party.
matter what happens, key
ioles in the new regime will lie
plnved bv men who had served
under Col. Nasser. One of these
is Muhammad Hassanein Heikal.
the National Guidance Minister
who was one of the late Presi-
dent's closest friends and ad-
visers.
Denies Loan Story
State Department
WASHINGTON IJTA1 A
State Department spokesman
has denied the stories carried
l.y Israeli newspapers in Jeru-
salem that the United States
has granted Israel long term
credit amounting to $450 million
for the current fiscal yi ar,
The State Department source
said the U.S. government has
a program of grants undei con-
sideration, but has not reachi !
a decision on any spicific amount
for Israel.
The spokesman said that Is-
rael's request for financial cred-
its was made when Goida Meir
visited Washington last month.
AMGIW
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And on this Yom Kippur, I shall a:k Him to
forgive me for all my sins of the past year, and
for the very feeble attempt I shall make to
improve in the future." ,.
Cep. 1*3. Doyiy h*MMM
eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, October 9, 1370
Section B
In Temple Ner Tamid's 12th annual book re-
view series, which began this week, Dr.
Eugene Labovitz- (center) spiritual leader of
the congregation, will be reviewing "Love
Story," oy Erich Segal; "The Pledge," by
Leonard Slater; "Mr. Sammler's Planet," by
Saul Bellow, "Golda Meir," by Marie Syr-
kin: "Beggar In Jerusalem," by Elie Wiesel,
and "Ideas And Ideals of the Hassidim," by
Milton Aron. He is shown with (from left)
Mrs. Jack Greenberg. President of the Sister-
hood; Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum, Mrs. Samuel
Friedman, chairman of the Book Review
Ccmmittee, Mrs. Carlton Blake. Mrs. Joseph
Simon and Mrs. Michael Magen, co-chair-
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esalination Sped By Two Scientists, American & Israeli
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jjEW YORK (JTA)A major
I mi ni in the process of soa-
L ilinatiort has been do-1
jointly by a scientist from)
husetts Institute \ and a Bdentlst
ii ding to the Amcri |
j for Technion.
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ilh ,, key role in *suli-|
plhoda using the fre
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'1st ate and wash the pure-water crys-
tals thai are formed in sea wat< i
during the freezing stage. The u p
aration is a critical step in th<
process.
The new device is from
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th in any :. | ..
desalination plants. The inci
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Yaeger, (left) newly-elected president of the South Shore
lotel Association, takes the gavel from Arthur Feigeles, :m-
Imediate past president. Yaeger, present owner of the Victor
I. will lead the hotelmen through the 1971 winter season
rith the assistance of Ray Redman, executive vice presi-
ent. vice presidents Philip Levine, Harry Schack, Al Podvin,
M Feigeles, Perry Eisenberg, Edward Garber and Saul
fash; Robert J. Redman secretary, and Bill Flamhollz.
ergeant-at-arms.
Prof. Probsteln and Dr. Shwartz
plan to continue efforts to make
further improvements in crystal-
lization and related process
water desalination. Development
nt" a laboratory-scale model of the
' >r was accomplished at Ml r
Hal Berglda To Be
Guesf Speaker At
Befh Am Breakfast
Harold Malin, president of 0 h
Am Brotherhood, h is announced
that Hal Bergida, newspaper c
umist, radio i ev c i n nentatoi and
execut've director of the Tig.!
Bay Club, "the Smith's !ndm,
publl" forum." will be sruest n?ak-
er at the Congregational Break-
fast Sunday, Oet. IS. beginning al
: 10 a.m. in the Temple's social l.all.
; Mr. Bergida, who was born in
New York City, served in ti:.'
: Army's Air Corps" first mo, ion
, oicturc unit during World War
II: lie came to Miami in I94ti and
is a graduate of the University ut
Miami.
Considered by many to he one
of Florida's most astute polit
observers, Mr. Bergida "telLs it
like it is." He is vigorous, able
articulal >, and strives for accuracy.
His list of credits is Impressiv r. hi
was a registered lobbyist for the
Alliance for Progress, which mo
ated housing Tor thousands of
' tins: and represented some of
the nation's top business and yro
fessional publications, publishing
hi""'ro<'s o1" articles annual'y.
Mr. Bergida writes a daily col-
umn lor the Miami Review which
is now in the process of being syn-
dicated; he is a radio commenta-
tor for radio station WOOJ. and
hosts several programs each day.
A member of Sigma Delta Chi, the
professional journalistic fratern-
ity, he is listed in Who's Who in
the South and Southwest.
The public is invited to attend
the Beth Am breakfast. Res w i-
tions may ho made by mail, i.r by
enl|jnrr t'l^ T^nintp nff'f".
JWVA Volunteers Active
Volunteers from the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Post and Auxiliary
hosti d a recent ward party at the
Veterans Hospital. Participating
were Gert Beck, Sadye Leibowitz,
Sm ila Soil el, Myra Grossman, Sy
I, Commander ol the Post,
Milt Azrikan and Richard C
n an. Represi ntatives from the
Post and Auxiliary participating
in the swea Ing in of new U.S.
'itlzt-ns -ii Bai ry College this week
ri Auxiliary pn sidcnl I.il
Newman, Sylvia Levy, Sadye Lei-
bowitz, Ann McCulli rs and Gert
fleck, Americ I di nan.
Center Offers Cords
The i Children's Center, a n in-
prcfit day school for emotionally
disturbed youngsters too ill to
attend public school, has offered
to address and mail your choice i i
holidaj cards, enclosing a card
with the legend: "A special dona-
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which Will benefit the Children's
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A variety of messages is avail-
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Order blanks may be secured by
.ailing the school, located at 26001
SW 2nd Ave.; your donation is
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Page 4-B
Jen/sti MoridHrtri
Friday, October 9, \ J
First Synagogue
Is Dedicated In
Lehigh Acres, F!a.
Though the dedication of a syna-
gogue is always a solemn but fes-
tive occasion, it takes on even
greater importance when it is done
for the first time in a community.
Such was the case recently in
Lehigh Acres, a lC.OOO-resident
community on the southwest Flor-
ida Gulf coast being' developed Ly
Lehigh Acres Develooment, Inc., a
wholly-owned subsidiary of Lai.d
Resources Corp.
The idea for the new synagosu".
Temple F.manu-El was CDnceiven
six years ago when 16 members ol
the Hebrew faith who reside there
began their own congregation. Un-
til recently, they conducted serv-
ices in the main auditorium of the
Lehigh Acres Country Club.
In 1SG9, with the congregation
numbering 30 families, formu'a-
tion of specific plans for a temple
began. Community cooperation was
imperative, but the small congre-
gation had no problems in obtain-
ing it.
Evidence of that was borne o'lt
by the fact that more than 500
I>ersons were on hand recently
when Rabbi Eliazar KLshner de-
livered his prayer of dedication
tor the new facility. Of these, only
55 are members of the congrega-
tion.
In addition to tli" main sanc-
tuary, the $68,000 temple includes
three classrooms and a k'.tch n.
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Officials and guests at the dedication ceremonies for Lehigh
Acres' Temple Emcnu-El included, (from left) Gerald H.
Gould, president of Lehigh Acres Development, Inc., and a
member of the temple's board of directors; Rabbi Eliazar
Kishner, spiritual leader of the temple; Harry M. Morse,
president, and Rabbi Simon Friedman of nearby Temple
Beth-El.
Beacon Unit Fund Raiser
Beacon Unit of Papanicolaou
Cancer Research institute plans
its first fund-raiser of the season,
the annual card party and brunch.
Wednesday, Oct. 21. at 11:00 a.m.
in Harbour House South. Mrs. Ivan
Kaplin, president, urges that mem-
bers come and bring their friends*.
Proceeds will be used for Cancer
Research at the Institute.
Kol Nidre Service On Radio
Radio Station UJHR-FM will
broadcast Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami's Kol Nidre service in its
entirety .at .8 p.m. .Eriday. T-Ue
broadcast will originate in the
Miami Beach Convention Hall,
where the temp],
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Mrs. William Kahn will present
"The United Nations After 25
Years," and a report on urban
i.ffairs at the meeting of Jade
Winds Chapter. American Jewish
Congress in the 8th Floor Tower,
of the complex, located at 1750
N1-: 19Kt St.. North Miami Beach.
Thursday. Oct. 15. at 12:30 p.m.
Cake and coffee will be served:
the public is invited. Mrs. Samuel
Cantor is Chapter president.








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omen Pioneer State
lommittee In Florida
jrs. Morton Silberman. nation | man, Mrs. Mike Sumbi rg and Mrs
Ice chairman, of the Women'?! Richard Brick-nan.
v United Jewish Appeal, The Oct 27 meeting will pro-
fanno need the creation 01' a
L c ttee in Florida with
[Ho* ird J. Trinz. a national
: of United Jewish
hairman.
has called the first
i{ the newly formed
I -h will ho held Of
L i ,- the Rainada inn in
It Pali ich.
' the State Commit-
i ri eater Miami area
l mis, Mrs. Jack Kate-
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MRS. MORTON SILECRMfiN
w IV. ] ej note these dis-
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"The national dec?nti Iz d plan
i.\ r i ast imp irtai I as a key
(< ... ; unor '. imuri-
;., < and creating involvement
i-.i.i the country," said liw
rial Ion I Women's Divisron ch
ran, Mrs. Bernard Schaenen. Dulj
the k'i ahead Is a challenging on<
.i rj ach i u musl w m k now
ntly and with continuing ef-i
fort t<; meet V- increasingly cnl'*i
I need- of Jews in Israel ar.d
11 roughout th>' world."
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MRS. H01V4RD J. TR/NZ
s'ide a brief ng foi Comn u
bi is from all over the si.it>' so th
they In turn can provide asslsl
on every level to Implemenl Wom-
en's Division pr grams. An e lu-
cation workshop on ihe "whys''
and "hows' of Women': Division
campaigns has been schedul d on
Oct. 2K with representative -
vited from all communities of Flor-
ida.
Mrs. Avis Sehulm u assistant
executive dirertor of the Women's
Division of United Jewish .'
and D-. James Young din '
Community Services o! :' C
of Jewish F net ation ind v.
Women's Counci! To
Show lBon Voyage
A j" w fi'm o*i 1st : I I
"Bon V ; -!' ivj'i be -v wn t
the pnnusl '--> n'<,'>,' .>>
lunche n of th W< '
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in the Cadillac Hoti .. Miami Beach,
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ol thi H |r it wo; Jen's :a
[or < and Prf) '"l
counti -. v. ill serve as eh urn n
foi th- luncheon meeting.
The organization eurre*,t,v ;s
eon '. '- a c n1 n to rut- "
Bet Avot, .- home for senior
. ... -. in Israt' whe" n r
-,. ie pnn \y <<]{ sufficient andj
liv with dignity.
Th > paid-up members win -
-,>.',, ivith Uu**i
to the fund! in w ill be g tests ifj
the Women's Council, as w"ll a'li
, i!., -,;, s Mrs. Wolfste:n i;
Ri -' \: tii ns for the lunshvun
b it th" Hlstadrul
fee. 0 ncoln Road Building,
Si veral ps of the Miami
l":.a h have
id : d tin Mon-
Cay. They include:
Tb Morton Towers Grouo, of
which 1 t Seha tet Ls president,
nt noon in the Morton Towers
Restaurant Thi Succoth holiday
wii| be celebrated with a candle-
.'i-rhtin : .'.:: Rabbi Da\id
.Raab will be guest speaker. ^ ^
A t*n*idlelightine; Ceremow and
X'-niawmifa itfi-itni.buj^najio-d-
! i with Olsa Bibcr Stern at the
piano, scheduled by the Israi-li
Group In the Algiers Hotel Mon-
day noon. Esther Meyers is the
group"'s pr si I
A book ret ew will be given by
Sara H Ifand luring the meeting
of the forte Towers Group in the
Auditorium of the 1200 West Ave.
''id:-. Monday noon. President is
Pauline Lessem.
Bay Harbor Group will begin its
the Balmoral Hotel at
Jl-30 a.m. Monday, and show the
film, "What's New At Hadassah?"
Mrs. S. B. Margolis is president.
Dora Soffer, guest speaker at
Monday's 12:33 p.m. meeting of
the Lincoln Group in the Lincoln
Club Room, will discuss Israel; a
national report will be given by
the group's president. Ann Levy.
S'haljma Group is inviting gen-
. to iis "Wife and Husl and"
; A del 9 Hotel Tuesday
n Progi am w ill include Nal
hie, speak r, and a new can-
n sen! I I Mi >. Lee Gold-
man and Olga Bibor Stern. Pn si-
di nt of the group is Mrs. I. A.
Shapiro.
Alberta Hohauser And
Herbert Fickes Wed
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated
at the Wednesday, Sept. 23 rites
which united Albevta' Ilohaiiser
a-,.d Herbert Fickes in marriage.
Following the ceremony, which
took place in the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Hohauser, l.SH SW 14th St., her
B"nt and uncle. Ann and Alex
Goldstein, hosted a family dinner
In their honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ficl-.es are making
tin ir home in Miami.
CARIH Chapter Rummage Sale
Peshkin Chapter of the Cm'.
dren's Asthma Research Institut.i
and Hospital will hold a rummage
sale Saturday. Ort. 17. from H a.m.
to 1 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
"ral Auditorium. 688 N.E. 167th
St. Proceeds will benefit the group's
treatment and research program.
The group supports a rehabilitation
program for seriously ill asthmatic
children, including some from this
area who are treated a-id cored
[ for at the non-sectarian Home and
1 Hospital in Denver.
The Board of
Directors,
Officers and
Staff wish
their many
friends the
best of the
Jewish New Year
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left I Mrs. Lrwtn
Tej Mrs Irving
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..... Mrs. Larry Friedls ic
is Set ''.; Leon ard I 3 Mi
Louis Mer.vitzer, who was installed for a seventh term cs
president c! the Hebrew Academy, is congratulated by Rabbi
Alexander S. Grcs?. principal, installing officer at the recent
Oscar B. Schapiro, chairman of the new junior
school building fund, used the occasion to lack ob the
the $600,1 s:ructure to rise acrosr the street
. >f the academy at 2430 Pine Tree
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try Club a different k: Memben
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Mrs. J-iek Hartley. Mr and Mrs. Robert P.u
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+Jmisti florid inn
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.' i ..hi
m \~-^liarnun alu
yours,
h
PP
: *;,<
W_J
-.: Be ich Ch ;' t
Ted in a ib-
ml n y
Au I toriurn,
- o many
resorted. Th>y
. j Mrs, Jack Mill t,
: sident, *1i '
. which *as
iround the i

1

. -1. p esident of
.-.-. I h tptor, gave
me, Hit choice
w is a zv 'ii si'k
, hint; coat with jew-
i and cuffs. Mrs. \.
who also spok !,
. e ifl yellow suit with
| ......e Moshe Gllbo t,
| of Israel, who was
r, to'.d the mem-
- ah that the message
:. m Israel was Ih it
,- ol gaps es-
i -ation gap. The
(Israel are too b'isy w.th
| I things to afford things
y I n gaps, he con-
i soon as the civil w u
I. Jordan Israel was lh"
ssistance in the
'. .noes, medioal sUP-
d International crim a
taking place must be
i a tioned: about the]
- he had this to
all thi j are alive ..
.. In gratitude for
: or.! nued life."
speech the mi
. ted to a fashion
;- by Burdine's co-
mm ':.' l ,>v
wore a i las '
s Tl curtains parte 1
village sel i i -
: of the ,'i a
created by Is-
Swim suits, maxis
of all lengths,
velvets, ts and iiuts
a fast-paced, well-
: i picture.
Th m oritj o! the audi
-,. and it w is
< i that the model wh i
the most applause was a gray-
oman whose black crepe
.. .1 v styled with a
I t ended slightly below the
matchin I \<"
ces ized Uie silk ii ill <
Mrs, .1"- ph '
pi ilore print w>s
I < Litt.
Mrs. : h e W prn ck,
of Isr: e'.'s "Woman ol V i i
awanl. \\ id a icl "d i mini .
: ,.- dr as and co il i ns m >!
with gieen chiffon to soften i-
rccklir i She is i former pros
denl th Mi imi :' ich Cha >1 '
of i i isah.! Mrs. Ciertrude K
shak'a pink linen was trimm I in
white. A green ensemWe was wtrn
by Mrs Shirley Green. Mrs. TnWyi
- choice w as a pink en-
semb'e. A lightweight grey >!
was worn by Mrs. 8atn Barueh.
M Henretta Steinmuller's a u
linen is In the A-line silhou lt
Mrs. Edith Margo'is trimmed Iit|
green moygashcl linen with
buttois. Mrs. Bernard Lach's Ik
|er ej fe itured i black and
si.li print. A light gr......
- seen on Mrs. Max Thorn"'
Mrs. '/el'1 a Tl mi wore a pants -
sembl". Mrs. Rose Zigmun I e ,:,-
bined lilac md whit :,i h '
lr -s w Ith matching waisl I : '
Jacket.
On the eve of Rosh Hashandh, Sofia TemeL
15, who returnsd lo Miami recently after
spending s::< d rj an airplane hi
guerrillas, and her
I in tiio New Year at a tradi-
lioi on ^tion with 222 residents
at the Jewish Hcrae fcr the Aqed, (Douglas
Gardens] where her father. Max Temel, is
the food service manager. Beth the residents
and administration of the Kerne welcomed
Ihe young girl, end the residents presented
her with their cwr. g:f s. From left are Morris
Weiner, Mrs. Jeannette Leif Leo Rose, jr.,
president ol the Horns. Miss Teme!, Arthur
Kalish, the Home's executive director, and
Mrs. Joseph Feldhe'm and Mr. Feldhetm,
residents who recently celebrated their Soth
anniversary.
June Wedding Planned By Ilelaine K. Schwartz And Lt. Victor Fishman
.
i lectators -% is
S rfrniui who wi <
int Mrs. Lii-
in pink with i
Cerebral Palsy Benefits
Th. mi mbers ol the Miami-D ;
i .,, coll : I "ircle "K" ( 'b
i ,. ;i | an ici. 17 md IA
Charities Booth for Ihe eerebial
. al the 16 !r I Sti I -:'
, lng C( nl r and ;< C lai itl< Ba-
saar, w ith a wide variety ol n
! indise I n sal ', ': h S'oi I i-
i : Sliopi In : Center Saturday.
< t 17.
Film, Painting! Offered
\ i olor film entitled "Thej
S i-ve" ai c; an exhibit >>i I
A j.v ish art sts ofl ired by the
i ile Beth
>.; i;s .-i p.ni. Monday meeting in
1 : S. cial Hall. 13630 W. Dixie
Kwy. Mi v II me Rand, presid
i';ll preside at the Jewish Art
M.mth obsi rvance. Mrs. Anil i
Kanfc r is program chairman.
Council Appoints Mrs. Enge
NEW YORK tWNS) The! iu
ell of Jewish Federations and \,.1'.-
faiv Funds has appointed Mrs
Sophii B. Engcl as consults
planning with the loci il :'
and res irch depai tmenl Sh
f >,; s on immunity pi innii
!,. aged and In family an li I
ire.
Mr. md Mrs. Melvin M. Sch-
wa tz, 1415 Sorolia Ave., Coral
Gables, innounce the engagement
of th -ir daughter. He'.aine Kay, to
It. Victor Alan Fishman, sun of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman, 2734
SW Sfith Ave .* liami.
Tlv d -' a gradual of
Co il Gabl is Seni .r High School,
it Un vi rsity of W-
cons ii md the University of Fioi-
. I.. She graduated with honors
from the University Miami
h she is a member I S'gn a
Alpii i Eta, profi * ->athobry md audl loy society,
in i Phi Kapi i Phi, \ cho' i it'c
Temple Eath Toy Social
i"i --nl IVth ~ \y duled
. ,i ,vith "i. '.'. I ref 'csh-
r nt Si rtl I al 8 30
o.m. Iti d; then
honorary. For the past four years
Miss Schwartz has been working
as a speech and hearing clinician
with the Datle County Public
Schools.
Her fiance, a former hand cap-
tain and graduate of Coral Gable:
Senior High School, attended th<
University of Florida where he
Epsilon Pi fraternity. He has y
Epsiion Pa fraternity. He hi- a
Bachi lor of Science degree .n
Chemistry from the University <.'.
Miami and has heen recognized
by the American Chemical Socletj
Lt. Fishman is currently con
lng his Master's degree in Physi-
cal Chemist y al Clemson Univer-
sity in C! :.- :.. S.C., h re he
was commissione :,i the Unit
stiit'.s Army and was h norel
Distinguishi d Military I li fin
The wedding is b. .n-^ p.. I
for Jm
Mil.vtXK KAV SCHWARTZ
MAR-PARV. ^ ,
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)ctober 9. 1970
9" Ir-nii^lFU'fiirtidiifiiin
Page 11-3
\raeli Artists Featured
IBeth Sholom Exhibition
exhibition of t! < ccived tho Tel Aviv Dizengoff p
las mi ol Ihc Lowe-L vhv in 1940, 1952, and 1961, and
llery ol Temple Beth artist Chaim Goldbei
features a group of gr |ih- Besides thp works <>f these ait-
bodeuts Israel] artMts ists, thi re will be a special display
Hes ol Biblical etchings .if ph tographs by local
tuts by Peter Lipman- protographer, Rudj Kel!
Irian born artist. Thi ex- gi idualo ol the Unfa
bl.- 'd through the cour ami, who has exhibited at th
>ctor's Art '. il'c y ami Arl C iter.
Icricana Hot" 1. will close

ti.n-
i. a
ty ,\ Mi-
the artists being show ;'
ili Koss ino ;i. tsi aeli
rt I the M issad Ai tis
tzhak Yamin, a membnr
Irael Painters
irtist hi [srai
All w irk re for s;i! at I .
publl is c ir daily invited to at-
tend. ![out- ': M inday throu ,:
i dav, 9:30 a.m. until 1:3 I p.m.
Satin- lay and Sunday tnoi I
from v:.",(i a m. until 12:30
Ft id: evenings, from 8:00
I who re- until 9:30 p m.
nd Seulp-
p.m
.....
lers In Runoff Facing Final Test
In' Lawton" Chiles, who
[up o two-ton ne victon
0' r Gov. Farris Bi yan> in
eli cl ion, now faces Re-
Villinm ('. Cramer in his
he US. Senate s at.
Aski \\. who upset At-
finial Earl Faircloth in
[or the Democratic nom-
Ivi'l be opposing incum-
Claude Ft. Kirk Jr, in
3 general election. Gov.
the Republican nomina-
raining more votes than
rnt. Jack Eckerd,
the victors in Sept. 29's
li iv state Sen. Robert
MlO lulled up a 60.000-
brity to defeat Elmer
id now faces Republican
mberger of Melbourne;
3i vis defeated William
the Public Service Com-
Gerald Lewis' vic-
tantamount to election,
is no Republican oppo-
hi.l for a Slat"' Senate
bemoct at Gwen Chi i ry
Ire voti s than Harvey
league Schedules
Reefing, Luncheon
Cam i: I iea ;ue if Mi-
. was ;.i linlil an
iting Thursday, O
h.m. in Chandh r's i>
lunch will be
|)i< for the Novi n r
"> meeting will b .;.>-
Drding to Mrs. Ml 'ha '1
lident.
Schonfcld and M
bmmers have been ap-
Hrmen for the League's
luncheon to !> hi' t
the Fontaincbleau Ho-
piia ioUS vears, a C mi-
lt is expected lon: l>e-j
e. Tickets will be llm-
i instead of the usual
der to insure betl t
I year.
!'''. In. and v ii' be going to the
Fli i ida n usi ol Ri presental Ivi a
u ith incumbent Dr. v. alti r
:-'cl;ett. who easily outdistanced
Pat Tornillo i f the CTA. Neither
i.ncuml i nl W IIMam I.i hman nor
newcomi r William Turner will
Iv ve any Repul lican opposition in
November's voting; their seats on
the Hide (', ui tj .Seh. nl Board are
, 5ured.
Democrntie State Committee-
n will be Mrs. Malvin Eng-
lander, who was reclected to that
post; the Democrats' State Com-
mitteeman \\i!l be Ted Cohen of
.Miami I'.each. and his opposite
punber In the Republican Party is
' I ike Thomnson.
The Steering Ccir.mittee ior the meny acti-
vities takinq p'ac-,- in the Miami-Miami
Beach area on behalf cf the Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem includes, from toft,
(sealed) Mrs. Morris Bickey, Mrs. Aaron Kaiz;
(standing; Mrs. Saul Breeh, Mrs. Sophia
Piimack.. M^s. Matthew Zuckerman and Mrs.
r
Rose Rosenbaum. Shactre Zsdek Hospital,
founded in 1373, has provided its service ta
the inhabitants of tho Holy City without
regard to race, reliqion or creed. It recently
had the only isouation ward available for
treatment of cholera patients.
I
Administrative And
Editorial Changes
Announced By JTA
NEW YORK (JTA I R b-rt :'
AmOW, president of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency has announc-
->rt a number "f administrate it
editorial changes designed t'
"strengthen the professional sti'ia'
lure'" of the JTA.
Miami Beach First National
Tope Off Its New Building
Murr.T Znckoff. acting m vs ed
itnr of JT \'s Dail N ilV'h
since last Jut i'-v, v aipihi
news e 'ito 1 iek s' '. a
lont, Was ., at. -utl J "e" ncial 'V'"'''
,. hiwine-s m n Mlam Beach. His conf:d
Miami Beach First National
Bank held "topplng-off" cere,:..:!
ies of its new 8-story building '
Lincoln Mall and Alton Road i
cently with Frank Smathers, Jr.
chairman of the board, and pro-i-
denl Thomas !.. Dusthimcr p:v-
sidin.
The new S9 million facility -
the i" mil of much lonR
p| inning. Mr. Smathers long a
'vr, a ii/. .1 the ne d for cr
on
in
Bill GOIDR.NG
I hn Knyston was lint I gc i-
era' m nagcr.
Zuckofl his I......' '
-.,,,1 r pev
the New York me in a
(or th : tl Ifi ye-'-s. I si
was o\\ nl -d the Jers I' 'i :-
Associat'.on first i ( >r h i-pa"i
Ies dei'ing "ih the i
I ne t\ M" of his a 'I 'cles h-r.
been leprinted in the Cong.....s'on^l
Record and In the V b W.itcrs'
SocU t> Exchange M igazine.
Mr. Zuckoff will bo resnonsible
for the ('lily news onerntions in
terms of coo;- Hn .t !n news re-
ceived in th" JTA of';c' in New
York from all f"-'s of the u ,-1d
t>-ansmitting news to bureaus
throughout th" world, p "tin-i the
Dailv News Bu'letK nn-1 ^nling
Hebrew Academy
fched'le A Brunch
i ganized Smith Dade
Women has
(i):.",d a.m. brunch in
Mrs. Robert Hertz,
In o Tuesday, and
II \v imen from Ken-
j i and the South-
bttend.
ation's officers ln-
eliiiu it/, president;
Ikowit/. vice presi-
Frank, treasurer;
Kin. corresponding
en Mussary, record-
wry; Mrs. James Pollack.
Loretta Salamon, ways and
'"wns: irma Hertz, membership,
Zalmanovich, program
' n. The school is located at
; YWHA I Gi ati r Miami,
* 8th St.
Fontainebleau Announces
Goldring's Appointment
The appointment of veteran ho-
tel man, Bill GoWring as Its new
catering and banquet direct >r It is
be m announce l by the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel's management.
A native of Austi ta, Mr. Gold
ring graduated cum laudo from reporters into the field
Rutgers University. He previously thc-last-m!nute news
I ns vice pres'-denl In ;harge ments.
of food end bevet iges at tho In-
ternalic sal Hotel in Los Angeles
Calif., ar l as executive
beveragi lln ctor of the Deauvillc
Hotel .'i Miami D a h.
A i di nl of Miami B >ach I >r
;,. .a Mr, G il Ir ng i:
m of HSMA, the Bon V"-
van!-, the C\\ ic Leagu of Mi i i I
Beach, Zionist Organization ol
America and the B'nui B'rith Hos-
pitalitj Lodge.
for
-i .
Mr. Siegi I, \' ho h-s h 'en with
JTA i ighl y r*. will res a n-
,jble for ii- budget financ an
I in nt1 in ke'ud'n I
ior offices. In his nev [>os i \
Mr. F clot' 1 with th < ncv 25 .
, e be rest msible f ir the r/ et '.!
busin >s management of ull >' N-
neral ions,
the future l the Lincoln Mall an
nnd Ihi i 'itj ol Miami I Ic i h i
r'cc'ed in the com n\\ uts
of tii ri n mark.
The building v. ill contain
.,; 110.003 sq. ft., with th ban!
nro occupj Ing the first i In i
floors. An additional floor will oi
levoted to the Trust Department
another will become the corp
headquarters of United Bancshares
of Florida, Inc., the regisl .' ''
bank holding company which own?
and operates Miami Beach Firsl
National Haul; and four other ma-
jor commercial hanks in South
Florida, The remaining three floors
will Ix for business and profession-
al rentals.
Th- entire ground floor will Iv
devoted to cM-tomers' services, in-
cluding 19 Paying and Receiving
Windows four walk-up teller win
d iws, and a SOC lal 81 i for I
lai gc dep s:ts and payrolls
I'he present high-sp kmJ d ivc-ii
facilities will remain in u
\ ife deposit vault "ill i*' lo-
cated on the second floor for great-
er privacy, security and impr:\ed
ser\ s. The second floor w i
be used by the Commercial and
Mo ige Loan Departments as
well as the Securities Department.
Accounting, Bookkeeping, Inter-
national Operations and the Mar-
keting Department will be 1>
cated on th i third floor.
Whi n the new building
pleted. the ol 1 bank will b razed
and tho cl< ired site will b time
a landsc ipi I pi iza \\ hich will have
fund onal II as esl
v ii m i Wc .. nc i.
pattern al
south '>: A i
Ro I to make a lefl turn 11 >
the plaz i to the bank.
Th- bank anticipates m
Into i's new quarters in the ittcr
pai t nl Decemb r or c irly
ary. Its o] % will also c im u ,n-
orate 50 years of disl ngui h 1
service to tho Miami Beach and
South Florida financial
ties.
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THE INDiANER
FAMILY
Nina,. Paul, Tamara,
Cindy, Bruce, Dorothy
Steve and Evan
^h Theii Relatives and
Friends a Happy and
prosperou5 New Year
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
-,-nrn natta ::.
Zex &
Helen Mihler
1634 EUCLID AVENUE
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We Also Carry A fvll Vae of
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We are Str'cl Observers of the
Sabbath 8. All Jewish Holidays
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the*c!aas nj "V *daj F >r
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Mi tin Denwc! itic C
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tnrv. st speaker
Haa \rth-.n II IV t ten. Jr.
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Ml ttl rall-
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MlMnl Major Steve !:irk. M.ii-
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October S. 1970
'Jewish fTmrSdliain
Face !3-B
Jewish quiz box
Jy RABBI SAMUEL J FO\
LEGAL NOTICE
:-.-- -roper time io
:i ii" -born cirl?
custom .- to name the girl
uc on the Sabbath
...y or a Thursday
|vhi : the Torah is read i a;
.< after Die birtli (A
c Jews of tho Qn
11< custom of nam-
| : !.:i. :n a ho'iio cere-
The parents would lnvit
Is to n special meal at whii '
1 w name was anno"n."
gome J icttced the cu-
I baby rW uprai
I on when t'ie moth/"
the synagogue art"i
[ ti the eh'Jd.
nine; to not" tlnV Of-
[mon lominator in all o'
was to (five tor
, t public ceremony. Th"
..; the new-born
was ti be ronslderod a mem-
,,. the '"-.it eternal Jewish
|le TI fore, some sort t.f
was requ'red t-
let t^ member into the
:- ael. sine* a pub-
c-; Jews whs a fae
of the Jew-
. fio"dav of Steooth
:l of Rsjo P-
! the ob'ig '-
e the Succ
14 IS). \ nu ri-
ven f e >
lirewnl ol be-
-- ith ir re i'.i-' ;
.
- the S ice th
..' \ .. !' liday f >r
il follows th*
. serious h iliday
tradition thus
: J.'w whl
i mr pr p >. I>
and happy tii il
and, thei
i h ippy spirit
Succ ith.
t was a perlo
al least tw i r
..':> it was In
... harvest and on !
i loice o\ er 111
: crops which had In ei
m by the Almighty.
i the days of Mosns,
- the period after
I : received the second sot
\ ne' which indlcal id
\ at'on with His peo-
i incident of the Gold-
It : ated a strained rn-
j;p,
is it that only palm leaves
e nserl to tie the various
. togetter with the lull.iv."
Bible specifically calls for
- vegetation, i.e. the
I '': others, if another
il. other than the palm ieaf
ill1,!', were to be used to
1'nc-, the worhipt>?r
" lid l>e holding five
ad of four.
sts see in tlr.s !
exhortation that
* -. ther Is iusl a
* feeding and susta'r
y 111 ,.: lav, which i e
and backbone >f die
... ,,,ly ; .,. .
-. but also to hold chem
I >!,. c .-.f>r < V>
fs thi pnbne servtee h prayer Inolud-
Ithe primtly Messing towards
end ol ?'ie t benedictions
Huaneh Esreh)?
- ing of the 18 bene-
asking for !>
r '' i Snally a resp.->ns" and
wnip to the p;iestly blessine
P iiked every morniiii
h" Temple of old and as is still
Bed every morning in many
- in Israel today,
fnee o do not follow th" cu i-
^ of having the priests (Koiia-
P" invoke the blessing every
F-nc the Cantor refers to the
pnt blessing as a praver ask
ht' Ahnightj Himself to in-
voke it upon His people. I
iiiently, the b mediction for I'
is now in order as a response to
that blessing.
Why is there ,i tradition which
requires of every Jew to ,> -
iii,;ii',,- ion benedictions evc.y
This tradition .s mention-" ir.
'he Talmud (Menacbnth I3:i>i
The commentates 'in th" nwrs
if Natronani Gaon> offer in in-
teresting explanation.
They claim that in olden time*
one hundred Jewish people died
verv dav ard no one knew i'v
reason for this t raged v. THn
r tion saying tin* the oo'--iV ";,
ot (riven thanks to fk>1 f "
"T" had dine for them. D c. id.
'herefore. i-an'rura'^d tli" "nd|
tion of offering 101 benediction*-
"very day to r>-"\ent 101 dea*hp
Vs soon as this was done tli'
deaths ceased. Thus, we -till retain
this tradition in ord"r to proven1
such unfortunate circumstancss.
Another exp'anation is offer"''
hv a medieval Kabhalis' \\h"
,.ii,in-u tb-t the 100 h-nn-i-,"iini,
are offered to counters'^ th '""
curses found in the Book of Den-
emnnmv OT In De". 25
-,"d two moi-i- in Deut.
'-, nerallv -..... kints h nutnher
'oo i< B p end -,"d f'.ill m
Offering Li blesslntfs Is "'
,: ,.' [n i ir a round and full li"
finm the Ali"i-'
K'ejs Announce Son's Birth
and Mrs. Leslie Neu, L411
t Dixie !!".. Coral Oal les. an-
im..... the birth or their son, Noel
Divid, 7 1b. 10oz., S--t. 22. Th
Bris took place at the home of
his maternal erandpan nts, oion.....
lans Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Adlman; paterral Brandoarents
,.r. Cantor --id Mrs Maurice Neu.
LEG.-.! NOVICE
NOTICE UNtif.R FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HERBMY niVEN lhal
Hi.- uniloi-Mtn.-.l. rdrlns "' '
in hualneHfj under H- flctltiou* nanw
,.. (us HERB El ECTROl V'-'s m
r.s':,' s \\ T:1.'-,! Street, s,,uil' Miaini,
pi'ni ,':, -ml 1 '- mm'
iili the Herk .-f !>. Circuit <-"un of
'nunty, Ptorld i
I-. i,,.,*i-, efkow
Jane) Sllbernwn
li, -n:--:::"
"in the COUNTY JUHQK'S fURT
IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3r,R3
(FRANK B. DOWI l"ir,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i:k Estate "t
ISIDORE BRANDMAN
Dereaaed,
-I-,, .mi Creditor* and All Perw>n Hav-
in Clalma or Demand* Agalnal saw
You ar hereby notlfled and re-
ii'iir.-'l i" present any .liiims and ae-
mandi which you mav have a**1''"!
the eatate ol ISIDORE BRANDMAN
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges ol Daoe
County, and *"il- th.- same In rtunii-
nate and a proviowl In SecUi
tsj is rnorida Statutes, in ",<''r
o(fi l pade County, Florida, within ix
cai.....lar months from the inn- "f tne
f,,-1 publication hereof, or Uie same
will he barred ,. ,
Dated :it Miami. Florida, this 1st
day ol October, A i> l9?o.
JESSIE SALTZMA.N
As EJxecutrlx
|-,. i ubllcatlon "f this notlc< "ii
the 9ih clay ..f October, IOTJ.
PAUNCE, l-'INK PORMAN
Attorneys for Executrix and the
1502 C iress Hull.linn. Miami, Fla.......
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-3551
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: i-. late (
H UUtY |,|:' HTER.
1 -asi i ,,
To Ml Creditors and .Ml Pi rsons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl BaW
You are hereby notified and re-
nuln ,1 to pr iscnt any claims an.....
iii.in,n which you mayhave -;^ ';'
the estate of HARR1 PECHTER
deceased late ol Dade County, or-
Ida, to the County Judges "I page
County, ami file the same in ."uoll-
,.,,,. ":,,,.i ;,s provided In Section
733 >:, Florida Btatutes, In their
(ifficcs in the County Courthouse
, i,.;. county, Plorlda, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will in barred.........
Dated iii Miami, Plorlda. this uh
dai of October, A l>. 1870
PAUL. PECHTER
As Administrator
First publication ol this notice ""
the iMh .lay "f October, 197S.
SHELDON N I El CHUK and
i.Ki NARD BU8SMAN
Attorneys for Administrator
l \v. Piagler B( BulU IM
Mii,n"' **** b>WM
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underhlgned, desiring to engage
in huaineas under the fictitious names
,,f DAVID I.EHRMAN, M.D.I JACK
.Mil.I I.K. All). I.KHKMAN AND
.III.IKK ai KmI M.-ri.lian Avenue.
Miami Ueach, Fla. Intends to register
inl name with the Clerk "f ihi- Clr-
.uit i'',urt ,,f Dada County, Plorlda.
LEHRMAN AND MILLER, VI U., P.A.
By: David G. I t-lirman, President
PROMBERG, PROMBERG &
ROTH. P.A.
Attorn*) s for Applicant
Suit. 'I in- Blsi : .n. building
Miami, fria.
9/18 25 i" 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKB1IY GIVEN that
l.< unTderalgned, lsiring to ongaire
in l.u- iii.-ss under the fietitious name
,if 1 [VINE PET PARLOR at 5781
Bird ltd., .Miami intend to register
."aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit 1'i.urt of Dade County. Florida.
HENRY M. I.EE and
MARGARET S I.EE, Ma wife
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney fur applicant
Sit Alnaley Hldg.
Miami, Fla.
9/S5 in/2-n-ie
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-17790
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
All IA R< iSA JIMENEZ
Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEtD
Chapter 20721Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 1283
NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN that
NATHANIEL W BIEGEL bolder ,-f
Count] Tax Sale Certificate Ni 8611
issued the :ii!-t day "f -May. A.D.
1SS8, has filed same in my office, and
has made application fur a tax deed
to ii. issued thereon. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property In th.- County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
Lol 22 Block 5, Plnehurst, Plat
HiKik 1 Page 177 in the County of
Dade, State ,,( Plorlda. This deed
will be Issued subject to all other
outstanding delinquent City ,,f
HemeFtead taxt: and liens and
1970, County taxes and City, of
Homestead taxes and Hens.
The assessment of said property und-
er the said certificate was in the name
of: FRANCES B. HOLMES at w W
C. HOLMES.
linlens said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein win be sold to
. the highest bidder for cash at the
i Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month ol November. WTO,
which is tin- 2nd .lay of November,
1970.
Dated this 2Rth day of September,
1970.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk ol circuit court.
Hade County, Florida.
P. F. GULDdTHA.SD, DC.
10/2-9 II -ii
RAFAEL BERNARDO JIMENEZ
I lef.-miant
TO: RAFAEL BERNARDO JIMENEZ
Rampa No, 283, Sanctl Spiritus
Las Villas, Cuba
You, RAFAEL BERNARDO JIM-
ENEZ, are hereby notified that a
Bill ,,f cmiilaim for Divorce has
I.....n filed ugalnal you. and you are
required I.....rvt a copy of your Answ-
er or Pleading to the BUI of Complain!
on the Plalntlffi attoi ley, jack ii.
Pi LAN, 2720 Weal Flagler Street,
Miami, Plorldi S8186 and file
original Answer or Pleading '
..r;;.....f the Clerk ,,f the Circuit
Curt on or before the 13th d.v l
November, 1870 ir you fail to do so,
ii.,1.'m 'i' ii^ default will b
\ ou for the ri llel dem I
n the BUI of comnialnl
Thl* notici -hill be published < rice
each week for our consecutive --..... *
, ,i THE JEW ISH !'' OIMD1
DONE AND ORDEREJD al Miami,
Florida, ibis Isl day '-i October A.D.
1970
F II LEATHER IAN. Cli '-
Circuit Court. Dadi County. Florida
II) N A HEV\ in r
Deouty Clerk
i 'Ircull "otirt Si ,,1 i
i.M K II POl AN
T-" Weal Flagli I Strei t
Miami, Florida :.
Attornej h for Plaintiff
10 '..;,;-;:! 30
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 70-18165
SUIT F^" ti'VoRCE
JAMES ROSS FOLBY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
.IIANITA C F< I'.EY
I lefendanl
T<': Jl'ANITA l-'i l.i-'.v
p.,si i iffice Box 7412
Ashevllle, N i'
You. JUANITA C FOLEY, are
hereby ......fled that a Bill of Com-
i plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. and yu are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing I" tl" Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, ALBERT WIL-
BNSKY, 11"1 Concord Bldg., H W
Flaglcr Street, Miami. Florida 33180
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before ti"- I3in
iday of November. 1970 if you fall to
do so. judgme.tl by default will in-
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in th. BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
'each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH Fl ORIDIAN.
DONE AND OHI)FRF.I> at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day of October A.I'.
1970.
F. I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
derail Court, Dado County, Florida
lly: ( P. i 11 'ELAND
Deputy i Ici-k
iCircuit Court Seal)
ALBERT WII.KNSK
.a, w.si Flagler st.
.Miami. Florida Tel: ":, 1:3? "
0 9-H ..: M
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'UDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Case Nc.70-17552
NOTir.F. OF SUIT
ADELINE N. Kl TTLER.
. ... .loin.
ROBERT T. KfTTLER.
|i' : ROBERT T. KVTT1 BR
...... ** Hlgl
Palatine,
Y..............:i:v NI rTIFIED
th.-.t an action for divorce has been
filed agalnal you In th.- above-styled
Court, and that you aie required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ings, if any, to it. on the Plaintiff's
Attorneys, FRANKEL AVIUl'll
PA., suite 280, 42o Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida, 38139, and file
the original with rhe- Clerk of the
above-styled Court o.i or before the
2nd day of November. 1970; otherwise
a judgment may be entered agalnsl
v.t| f,.r (he relief demanded in [he
Complaint.
wlT.NESS my hand and s. al !
said curt on the 28th day of Septem-
ber, 1970
E.B. LEATHERMAN
"IK, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDLN
l .,-.iiv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
i" 2-"-:e-83
By;
(Circuit Court S, all
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-625 Oowling
IN HE: Estate of
ELLEN A. WALCH, aka
ELLEN OATES WALCH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report ami P< -
tit>ii for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as EXECUTRIX of tl..- es-
tate "f ELLEN A WALCH. aka
h. I ELLEN OATES WALCH, deceased:
,,. and thai on the iith day of Novemb-
er, 1970, will apply io th.- Honorable
C un'y Judges Ol Pad. Count)', e -
ri'l.i. for approval of said Final Re-
imrl and for dlatrlbnthn and final
discharge as EXECI.'TRIX the .-
of the above-named decedent,
'' h day of s- member ..
l-;\ El YN Fl'GE, Executrix of the
ESi lali ol ELLEN A. W '.,.c.i. -a
ELI EN OATES WA1 CH, De eased
H Al LACK N MAI R
Attoi in y io.- Executrix
li Bis. j.u.i Building
Miami, Fla 33130 Phone J9- !67l
: ... i
IN THE COtiNTY JUDGE'S CO"RT
IN AND FOB PADE CO'JtiTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO 70-10C9
IN RE: Estate of
j'nVBV 7EIQ
I leceaaed,
; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOB piCT-ip'iTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executrix of the i late of SIDNEY
ZBK1, deceased: and that on the 2nd
I November 1970, will annly to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Ren< rt and fo rtut-n mi...... '
final dl charge as EJxecutrlx of the
estate of the above-named decedent,
This 2nd da; ( October, I97".
ci;i |..\ HEIMOWITZ, Executrix
MORTIMERS COHEN
Attorney
1102 Ainsl.y Building
Miami, Florida 83132
in g. i, .JJ 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 70-1678P
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
!!<>' AND B1GAUD,
Plaintiff.
OI8ELE BIOATJC,
Defendant
TO: GI8BLE HRiAt'D
c/o Cyprieni 1 utssalnt
3rd Avenue Boloase
No. ?7
Port Au Prince, Haiti
YOU ARF HFRERY '>"* -
(V'mplaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of ""- in-
u.-r or oth.-r pleading to the Ci m-
nlalnt on '- Plaintiff's .......,.. i i-.-
tki; ROGERS, whose address is 14.",4
N.W. li'li Avenue, Mam-.. Floi
39125, and fil" the original with the
cie-k of the above styled Court, on ot
bel ire the 18th dav of < >< 1970 i
Default "!! i- .--ntered against von
DATED thli tth 'i'v of P -pi \:>~i"
E It LEATHERMAN
i- .' of Circuit i '"Urt
(Circuit Court Si all
I, is-:':, in 2-9
IN ti it ctrCU'T COUT OF Ti 'F
ELEVENTH juoioiai r""":T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Ft.OP'ri A
No. 70-iei86
AMENDED
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
I [TK.VBS Ml 1RELITS,
ntlff,
vs
M'A AN! H'ZAR MORB1 I'S,
Defend .-
TO: ADA ANDI'Z R MORBLl'S
Residence Fnknow-n
VOU ARM II BH1 i not" d it
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed ai alnsl you, and > u are hi re-
by required to at rve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Corn-
attorney,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-2976
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ol
Jl IB BETHEL WHITE
i leceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agnlnst
the estate of JOB BETHEL WHITE
.1. ,-eased late f Dade County, Florida.
to tin County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 7:u.ii>. Florida
statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
' 'i ',1 lade County. Flor-
ida, within six ai, ndar months from
,,.. ,,!.,.- Lin in-i publication here
of, or the sain, will be barred,
Dated al -Miami. Florida, this ;oth
day of Aurust, \ 11 1970
FRANK 11 CRANDOX
\VA ,1 AND B TYRE
As K\< CUtOI s
First publlcatl n of this notice t>t
ii i ii v of Si mini. 1H7".
MORTON H ZEMEI.
Attorney for Executors
17*68 X nil, a,r 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach, Florida 38168
!- JS I" .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tl i undersigned, desiring to engage
In busini *t under thi fictitious name
of PROFESSIONAL PLASTII s MFC
..i 1- :i X F. 1st Avi Miami. Flor -
Ida Intends t< register said name witi
.....Clerk of ii Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARVIN M Al LER
EI'GENE I.KM!.'i II
Attorney for Pri fesss m ; Plastics
Mfg.
2720 W Flagli r St.
Miami. Florida
9 18-28 18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
- ; WKVIF. MARKET at 271"
s W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
t. -id to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadl
i 'ounl y, Florida.
RCBEN MORA1 BS
. r.,,. .,., ,,,-, IIITIZO
RAYMOND J. WOLF. ESQ. I '.
Attorney for Parties
2319 Wesl Flagler street
Miami, Florida
10/9-16-23-30
NOT ICE OF ACTK N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAUE COUNTY.
Cl\ IL ACTION
No. 70-16360
SUIT FOR DIVOFICE
CARLIAN JEAN SBAMON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAR LEY SEA 1H iN',
I n fondant
TO: HARLEY SBAMON
4ln B. Center 81
Ithaca, Michigan
You, HARLEY SBAMON, are here-
by notified lhal a Bill ol Complaint
for Divorce has been file,I a: aT-l
you, and >"ii .ir<- required to serve s
ropy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Pin-.-
tiffs attorney. JACK L. HERSKO.
WITZ, (20 Lincoln Road, Suite 80S,
Miami Beach, Florida 88199 and file
the origins' Answer or Pleading In
il.....fflce of the Clerh of th< Ctrcu.t
Court on or before the 19th day ol .
October. 1970. If you fail to do so, plaint mi the Ilalntiffs
LFSTIOK ROGER8, whose address
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GFVBN that by
virtue of Chapter 878 Florida stat-
utes Annotated limn Warehousemen
a id Warehouse Receipts wherein
ABE VAN LINKS a Florida corpora
lion by virtue of its warehouse lien
has In Its possession the following de-
scribe.1 property.
I'sed Household goods as the property
Of MARY COCROFT whose last known
nddress was c/o Henry J, White. "71
N.W 53rd St., Miami. Fla. and that
! the 80th day of October, 1970 dur-
ing the legal hours of sale, mainly be-
tween ll;O0 for.-noon and 2:00 In the
ni'i,.......ti at ^l"it N.W C4th Avenue
Florida the underslcucl shall
offer for sale Io the htrherd bidder
for a-h In hand the anoVe aescribed
> of Mary Cocroft.
Dated at Miami, FLsetiV this 5th
day ol i ictober, 1970.
Fl.sp. this
V '.10/9-16
ne n. i v
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the rebel demanded in
the liill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.l'RIDIAN
iniNF AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Sent. S'li IOT
F I! LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dntle County. Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
iCir.-ult Court Seal)
9/18-25 10/2-S
1484 N W 17th Avenue. Miami, Florida
',::ii'.".. ami rile the original with the
Clerk of the above styl. d Court, on
,,r before the 13th day of November,
1970, or a default will be entered
against ou. ".
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 5th day of i ictober, 1970.
(Circuit c,irt Seal)
E. 11 1 V'ti^KHMiV
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C. P.'COWS' *Nr>
|,/iV!6-23-30
IN TWB rni.NTV JUDfjF'5 COURT
IN AND FOR DAOTTGOUNTY.
rLOKIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70-34*0
NOTICE TO CREIJ
in RE: Bstati ol
M VRCIA KANDEL
I.....I
To AH Credit..... and All I
Ims or 11. man,is Against Said

y.i-i are hereby noUfi.-.i ami re
, -I i.i pr. .ii any claims and de-
nt cols which you ma> SnJJi against
the estate of MARClA KOI>KL de-
ceased late ol Dade fouutX, Florida.
I to ihe County Judges ol l>a i :, the Bame In ,iui'!itit.' and as
1 tirovided in Section 7V if. Florida
1 Statutes. In their nfflrlirlfenhe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six call i,lar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 28th
day of s.-pt, mi. r. A.D tWO.
HAZEL ESSEN
As Executrix
F'rsi publication Of Ibis notice on
Hi. 2nd day of tictober, 1970.
ESSEN Ai BS8EN
; Minnie), s for Fvecutriv
i 121* Ainsley lildg Miami. Fla.
10/2-9-16-23
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vjkwlsti norkRan
Friday, October 9 iq|
LEGAL NOTJCE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRBBV niVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage
In business under the fictitious name
of His : HERB mi 5830 s W. 78rd
Street, South Miami, Florida Intend
I glster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl "t Dade Comity,
l i,i.
i iwii.rs:
Roberta l.efkow
IK i Sill,., man
g 18-SS '
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
IN CHANCERY,
NO. 70-17082
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
tiMELIo Ki >I i:it:i ex.
Plaintiff,
l in.I > RODRIGUEZ,
I. fondant.
Ti i: Al.l MM A Rl 11 iRIOl'EZ
- i Weal 176th Street Apt 33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS \ n V, rl.. \, ^ k
NAME LAW You, All'-.I.', ItODIlltll'EZ,
PK'E 8 1 EREB1 GIVEN that | hereby nnum I thai a Hill of Com-
'i I UK to engngi ,.., for I ..\. r I filed
.i the flctltloui name! avail >l a, and you an
of MATTY'S al "" All Baba, Opa I |0 .,,,, .....; Ui An
i. I In register Bald i ;.. ,.i: i.- to the I till nf Complain! on
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 "f
NICOLA PIETKOI'AUI.A
he ( ; the Clrcull
i Dailu.i Ida
!in A PENN, aole "\.....r
KESSLEH, ROTH, SHERADSK1 ,v
BK" KEKMA.N
Attomej h for applicant
1885 S.W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla.
g iv _". 'a .j
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3268
GEORGE T. CLARK
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
SADIE P1NCUS
Dex'eaai d.
t.i All Creditor" and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami required
to present any claims ami demands
which you may havi aftalnal the es-
lai. ol SADIE I'lM'I's deceased lale|
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges "i I>ade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section "33.16, Florida stat-
Utea, in ill" Ir offh-es In the Coui y
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time ol the first publication hereof, or
the same w ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this till
day Of Sept.. Al' I97u.
SHEBWI.X BTAI'BER
As Bxi cutor
First publlcnll......f this notice in
the ISth day of Sentember, 19*0.
SHERWIN STAl'BBH
Attornej for Estate nf Sadie Plncus
350 Lincoln RoadMiami Ileacli, Fla.
:i 18-25 in j-'.i
Hi. Plalntifl attori ;v. MERRILL
I. I.AMH, BS(] Dade Fed-
eral Kulldhig, Miami. Florida, 33131
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offl. ..I the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl .....r before the 26th
day of October, 1970. II you fall to
do ->>. ludgmenl by default will he
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
in. iletj in nil- Bill .a Complaint,
This notice shall In published once
each week for f in THE JEWISH El.tMIIIMAX
DONE AMi ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 31st da} of Beptember
Al). 1970,
i: i: LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Coumy, Florida
By: C. I' ri IPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cifrcull Coui i Seal i
.MERRILL I I.A.MH, B8Q,
sm-mi-, Dade Federal liulldhig
Miami. Florida, 33131 FR-914H
:i 23 i" -: -1 i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 70-15939
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VERACHMIEL MUTCHNICK,
Plaintiff,
MARLENE E ML'TCHNICK,
Defendant.
Tii MAR1.ENE E Ml'TCHNICK
\ I .
1' I. BOX I. I
I'..-! bados, V, i Hi iii''
You MAR! H3NE B. Ml'TCHNICK.
are he .I thai a BUI of 'om
for I li> orce hat n i lied
t you, and you arc required to
s. \ a i-ops of i our An-" er or
! n the Bill of Compl.....I u : ""Ml>
the Plaintiff* attorney, PAUL KyVIT- I
NEY, 120 Lincoln I:.....I, Miami H
, 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the offici of
Hi.- i 'lerk ..f the i 'Ircull 'ourl a nr
before the ISth day of Ictobi r, 1970
if you fall i" do so, Judgment by de-
fault "ill !> taken agalnsl you for thn
i..... demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This nolle,
each week n
LEGAL NOTICE
THE STATE OF Flopm.
TO Al.l. TO WHOA -m? 'D\
ENTS SHALL CONK ..
.MU'wriLiKur.iui^i Whereas, EDWARD .'
Deceased. Miami. Florida: i'\'n. '
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav- Miami, Florida- ItVsFi-ii
Ing claims or Demands Against Bald Miami. Florida did oi ii.
Estate: June. A i> i: ..7 .,.
Vou are hereby notified and re- porated under th<
nutred present any claims and de- ,,r Florida THE (lOI n r
mauds which you may have agalnsl !.i irycE. |Nl-
the 1 IS.....1 NICOLA P1BTHOPAOLA n. ,,r|,
ceased late of Dad 1 'ounty. Flor-
ida, i" Ihe County Judges 1 i Dade
and ui. the ....... in dupll-
11. mid a- provided hi Section T ;:; 16,
1 '|i 1, In stalutes, in 11 in the
1 ui use in Dade County,
dar months
from Ihe lime of Ihi flrsl pu
lion hereof, or the same w.ll be
barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 10th
il..\ of September, \ D. 1970.
MATH.HA BAMB17S
As Bxe, ui rl\*
Flrsl publication of iliis notice on
the imIi da> nf Septem....., 1970.
shall lie published once |oROVER CIMENT VVEINSTEIN &
four consecutive weeks | STAITBER. P.A

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREIIY OIA'EN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage
in buamess umlcr the fictitious name
<.r JERONfLYN'S DISTRIBI'TORS at
851-10th Street, Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to. register said name with
tlie Clerk :( the Circuit Cnurt of Dade
County, Florida.
JACK ROSENTHAL
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney fur Jack Rosentlial
05 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla
/2B I" 2-9-li
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOTIt'B IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the uml'-isiK'n 'I. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
uf l'H; ,\ WHISTLE in 2620 N. Mi-
ami Ave., Miami Intend to register
said luim with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court .if bade County, Florida.
RICHARD II MARTIN ami
BARKY .1 OliAHA \l
KESSLBR, ROTH, SHERADSKY ft
BECKBRMAN
a 1 torin 1 r ir applies nta
189.' S.W 3rd Avi .
Miami, Fla.
.. 25 I" 2-9-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAI1E COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-17874
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
QBRAI l> Mi I l.\'.\ I.I I,
Plaintiff,
v*
EDNA Mel K IN Ml 1
Defendant.
TO: BDNA Mi DONALD
3GG." I lb le llighn ay
Ham,Ii..11. 1 'hi..
YOl', EDNA Mi DONA I l>. are here-
by notified thai a Complainl for Di-
vorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint for Divorce "n the Plaintiff's
Attorney, IRWI.N a. CHRISTIE, 28
West Flagler Street, .Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in tin office of the Clerk, of the
Circuit Court on or before the nth day
of November, l*7o. if you fall to do
s... ludgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complainl for Divorce,
Thi.s noil, i;,-s|i.ill be published once
piu* "i i-ons<-cutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
Imi.m,. .,,,.1 OHDBKED at Miami.
Dade Coiuty, Florida, this 2nd day
01 October, 1970,
E n I KATHERMAX, flerk
' 'ir. nil rout 1. .Miami. Fla.
IV .' ;. 11 MI.M \.\
TuJnUiv Clerk
fClrculi 'oiiii .
n:\\ IN II I'mtlKTIE
Attonn 1 1
^s \\ I
M.....11. ?'/. 1
I /
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-16474
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 IVIES 1 '< iRTIZl' F< i.NSI'CA,
Plaintiff,
VS.
ROBERTO FONSECA,
I left ndnnt.
T<': III IBERTl 1 l'i INSECA
106 Fin 1 SI reel
Elisabeth, New Jersi y
You, ROBERTO FONSECA, are!
hereb) notified thai a Bill of Com-
plainl for Divorce has been filed
I against rou, and you ..re required to
I serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, MAX A. OOLD-
FARB. lit Blscaync Building, Miami,
I Floiiiltt and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
110th day of October, 1870. if you fall
to do ho. Judgmenl by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint
Tills notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of September
A.11. 1970.
B.B. LEATHEIULAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Coumy, Florida
By: c. GOODMAN
Deputy Cl.rk
(Circuit Court S. all
MAX A Ot ILDFARB
414 Blscnyne HullilhiK
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
ill THE JEWISH I'l.i il'.IIHAX
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :'i"i day of September
A.I 1 1970.
E 1: LEATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I.. BNBEDEN
1 leputy 1 hik
(Circuit Court Seal!
I'.Ml. KWITN'EY
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida 88138
Attorney for Plahltlff
! 11-is-;.', in :
IN THE COUNTY JUUGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3387 (Clark)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: list.......f
LILLIAN JACOBS R08ENBERQ
11. cease.1.
'I'.. All Creditors and All Persons 11 1 \ -
intr Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You ave hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ina> havi agalnsl I attomev
the estate of LILLIAN' JACOBS ROS-
ENBERG deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, an.I file the same In
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.1C, Florida statutes, in their of-
fices hi the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 21st
day of September, AD. 1970
Robert L Rosenberg
Howard Samuel Rosenberg
As Executors
First puhlicatlon of mis notice On
the I'lui day of October, 1970.
MAX A. GOLDFAKR
Attorney for Executors
114 lliscayne Building, Miami, Kin.
10/2-9-16-23
Attorneys lor Estate of Nicola
l'ict ropaola
350 Lincoln RoadMiami Bea h
;. 18-86 1" 2-:>
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
J( illN' E. I.AZAIt.
Plaintiff,
lied
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COL'JTY, FLORIDA
No. V0-14640
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IBIS BPEl
I'iai
VI
ARNOLD .1 BPEL,
11. 1. 'i.I..in.
TO: ARN< Ml' I BPEL
North Florei
I ."s Angeles, < 'nllfornln mt 1
Yl IV ARE HEREBY notified thai
Complaint for Divorce has been fi
againsi you, and you are hereby re-
quired to situ a copy ol your ans-
wer or other pleading to the Com-
plat-ill on the I'la in tiff's attorney
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
n:,4 X w 17th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida 83125, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before Ihe 2nd day of Novem-
ber, 1909 or a Default will be entered
ngalual you.
DATED this 24th day of S. ot |p?n
1: l: LEATHERMAX
('lerk of Clrcull ('ourt
By: c. Ql 11 mi.ma.x
Deputy 1 'lerk
(Clrcull Courl Seal)
10 2-9-16-23
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patronage and guarantee
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Vial 373-4605
for messerger sendee
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
Case No. 70-17502
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STEM ,\ C. MAQl'DER,
Plaintiff,
RUDOLPH T MAOI'DER,
I., fei
i'OU, RITK II I'll T MAOI'DBP. "I
Gale Avenue, Meriden, Cnnnecticul
a requln ri copj ,, youi
aiism er t., the t'. mnlni it fot |
D \\ ID M flONSH \l,- Vttornev ,i 1
Plait Iff, 1487 N W 7th Stre 1
Miami. Florida, 33125 nnd file 1 rlcinni
A-nswer in the 1 Ifflce ..f ihe 1 let 1
'he C ri nil Court ....... bi h 11
day ol N.i 1 ibi r. 195 ., 1.
v. ill hi .111.1, .1 again 1 you
DATED this 25th May of Sepl
E. It. LEATHERMAX
1 "lei 1 'Ircull Conn
Dade County, Fl
By: c L. A1.ex AM
i leputy Clerk
16 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
.""', u.....trslgned, desiring to n .c.-
hi business under the rictltlou* name
of BPANISH BNfJRAVINtl al 41V.
;V.U.: ,''."' A,,'c .Miami, Fin Wit
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3508
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
HARRY SMITH
I leceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
... i.i..-,i-tii |ng claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to ins,-,n any claims and de-
Inlands which you may have ngainsl
I the tale of HARRY SMITH .1. -
i-easi late "i I lade 1 'ounty, t- loridn,
11. tin County Judge* of Dade County,
and rib the same In
prut iM 'l Si tl "i '. : 16, Florida
In lln Ir offl 'oun
': urtl ii I Count r 1
Ida, n iiliin .- is nlenilnr mo 1 im
Ihe time oi the Nrsl i".ii llci n 11 hi n
n d,
Dated his 24th
' day of Septi mber, AD l!7u
1 VVID KENT
As Bxi cui or
Flrsl publication of this 111
the 2nd da) of 1 ictober, 1976
CRIST) M. ROSE A AI-DHICH
by A .lay Cristol
Attorneys for Executor
21 N.E. Flrsl Avenue
.Miami. Florida
in 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ETHEL D. AI.T.MA.N
i leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E>late:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims nnd de-
mands u-hicti you may have againsi
the estate of ETHEL D. ALTMAN
deceased lab of Dade County, Flor-
la. to Ihe County Judges of Dade
l ounty, ami file the same in dupll-
nd as provided hi Section 733 -
[0., Florida Statutes, in their 0
in Ihe c iuntv 1' ui ihouse In I >ade
' Florida, within six 1 nl. ndai
- 'a the time of the flrsl pub-
liereof, or the same will be
1 al M .mi. Florida, this
f julj v 11 70,
Han man
-\s Executor
1 '"', publlcaiio..... .., ,. ,,i,... ,
1
I V. RENCB ALTAIAN
A 1 ll NIC} for E\. cutor
T ITT s w. s..,,i stn el
Miami, Florida
16 J-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desl
In bu no s under th
flARRBTT MT., 1 hHTS)
>.! Commerce Une, in ,
8 ",'*r 'i'1 Kti tin Clerk of ihe
tIrcull Courl ef Da,i County, n,-
ETTA M LA/.A It,
I I. iell.lallt.
TO: ETTA M 1 \V. W.
317 8 Rl sford I Irlve
Beverly Hills, 1 nllfornln 90212
You. ETTA .\| \..\V.\v. are hereby
it ii I fled thai a Bill of 1 'omolalnl for
Divorce has i.ecu filed against you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer < 1* Pleading to the
1:111 of Complainl on the Plaintiff's
1:1 is EX .>, RIVKIND. 4l'i
Lincoln 1:0.1.1. Miami Beach, Florida
33139 an.I file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
1 if the circuit Court on or before the
19th day of October. i!T" If you fail
to Mo so. Judgmenl by .1. fault "ill be
takr-n ncalnst you for Ihe relief de-
manded in the Hill ..I Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
ea.-h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH ei/m:ii>ian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this nth liny of September
AD. I'.iTii.
B. It. LEATHERMAX, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: 1- SNEEDEN
Deputy Clrrk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROSEN RIVKIND
4M Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida nr.ino
Alton-.->.- for Plaintiff M4-4":.7
a 18-26 m -:-!i
pal place of hu
Miami Beach, ;
siate of Florl
corpon.....n .Ii.1 I
September, AD 'I
f.......n the ..in, .
of State of the .-
deeumentary nutlim
M.r Bectloi.....
poratlon
Now, therefor.
State does hen bj
going ami that he
requirement!
complied with.
IN w
IH Nltl
have
OF
my
"I Plonda,
23rd
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 70-3533 (Dnwling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate ..f
RBIIBCCA ALTMAN
I leceased.
To All t'n ilii.,1- and All Persons Hav-
i1 R 'I 1 ins or 11. in.ml- Againsi Said
1: ti
l'ou are hen bj 1 otlfli .1 nnd n -
quired t mi) 1 1. Ims and de-
111111M: i.iu.h i,.|i mH} have ngainsl
Ihi Ktnti ot RBHBEi 1 \ VLTM \ X
ite oi Dadi County, Flor-
Dade
y. and file th. same in dupll-
Flu i ntu in thi ir
!' id.....; six cab ndi r
in the linn ..f the flrsl
I,'",!1!.1',.......""' '" "" -'" 'H
Dated al Miami. Florida this 28th
daj of September, A ll, I97n
l'A\ ID Al.'i MAN
As Executor
, Flral publlcni.......f this notice on
tl th day of 1 ictobi |i7n
SILVERSTBIN \- KW1TNEY
11} I'.M I, KWITNBY
Mli.I'll.-y for Estate
120 Lincoln Ha,|
Miami Beach, Florida
-> tt'HHi
I hi
I
Secretai > ul state
I
NOTICE UNC:r, rICTITIOui
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES tlJ
he undersigned, deslriiiK 10 !J
in business under th.
of PETER SPORTWKAi:
Miami Ave. Miami Int.
said name with Ihe 1 I
cult Courl of i> !. '
PEDRO K
_____________
IN THE COUNTY J.. DCE'S C0UM
IN AND FOR DADE COUN'Y
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3J4J
NOTICE TO CHEDITOPi
In RE: Bstate of
LI'CILLE S, BARKIN
Deceased.
To ah Creditor) and All Pi
inn Claims or I Ii 111.....Is At. I
Estate:
You are hereby
quired to present an; lalmt
manils which you mai havi
the estate of LI'CILLE s DAj
deceased late of Dade County,
iila. to the County Judges ol
County, and file the name i:.
cate and as pmvldi ,1 in s
16, Florida statin.-, in their o|
In the County Coui iIioiim- in
County. Fh.riila, within six ral.
months from Hie tun. .if the fa]
Publication hereof. 01 Ihi
be harrod.
Dated at Miami. Florida, 1.11)
day of October, A 11 1976
II ATT IE. 1: SPOTT
LLOYD I I1ARKIN
As Bxi I'Utors
First publlcatl.....1 M'
Ihe 9th May of 1 i,-t.,l r, l76.
BIJIO.V, HAYS A fiRrXDWEH
Attorneys for Co-Bxecutora
Sol Alnsley Building
.Miami, Florida 33132
'. I
1" :i-Hi-j::-:;n
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COL RT OF THEl
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC..T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 70-17612
SUIT FOK DIVOHt'E
Ml INSBRRATE Un.VZAI
RIVERA
I'lulntiff,
,ES5
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-5958
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PAVLINB REESE,
Plaintiff,
an-
. filed
red )..
it
i" nga .
me ot
at number
11 City ot
reg-
iMa
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
daj oi Beptember, 1 r.70.
tatsui.." m'me,,,,;', "aj'" f-""M"';;'r;^0ixc
:ounlv"V,o!;i.:""Ui' ''-' < Dade.EL-OENELEMUcl5'^0-
^drU'S-Plnotu, lr7OweyFgleV,8L0*n,
Uth
10/8-16-28-SO Miami, Fla,
9/18-25 10/2-9
WALTER C REESE,
I i.l"lnlaiil.
TO: WALTER C REESE
c Oeruld Ki Ii' >
4165 Brookw.....i 1 irlvi
Austell, ii 01 gia
You, WALTER C REESE
h. 1 eh) not Ifleil ,
plalnl for Divorce hat
u nu hi
!,'"'"", i"t ill
II V I'l It 1>
CEASE, ESQ., 1 inagler
.'I1..11... I''|utl>i, llllll tilt,
!;" flHwU Anm.....
he ..Mi" of the Clerl thi Cli ull
'our on or befon thi 3rd day of
November, 1976 If y, u ,. || ,,, ,|,', .,,
ludgmet 1 by default will be taken
oI'm" '\-\,""< !'"' ":" ";i"' demanded
in the Bill of comoini it.
T,,i: ,' published once
"nil 10.1 for lour ronse. utlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.11RIDUN
Dc.Ni: AND ORDERED al Miami.
\ ;;"I:: OH !8th day of September
, 1: n i.i:\ti;;:km.w. Clerk
t ircull Court. Dade,County, Florida
By: C D.MA \
, Denuiy I'leik
(i Ircull curt s, al)
IIAR) il.H CEASE, BSQ
-"-" West Flagler Stn i
Miami. Florida M1SB
Atiorn.y fox Plaintiff
:" i-9-16-tf
P VSCCAL RIVER \.
I 'i. ml ml
I, PASCCAL RIVERA
Rcsid.....< n.'i 1
Vou, I ASCI Al. I.'\ k .
II led thai a (till
tot 1 Hvorce has bei 11 fib
lllld > "U av. ''. til: 1 p "1 your Answ.i or r 1 IU<
Dill ..f Complulnt on iln l"
attorney, JACK, s I 11.i:\ia .
Lincoln Road, Suite .
Florida 33139 and nl. the
Aiisv.*r or Pleading in i1 < ., ol
tin Clerk of the Clrcull 1 ui 10
before the 6th May "i Novell "
If you fail to Mo .... judgnn 1
fault w ill be taK. ',
the r.lief demanded in tin oiii "t
Complaint.
This notice shall be published "ii'il(|
each we.lc for four '.....Ul I I
ill THE JEWISH PI .1 IRI I '' l.V.
DONE AXD IIRDEREL
Florida, this j:uli da) l -
A.D 1970.
1: 1: leatherma:
' 'ircull Curt. Da.I. 1 'ounlj. 1
By: I. SNEEDEN
I leput) 1 a 11^
(i 'ircull Courl 81
JACK S. LIEBMA.VX
120 I.in...in Road I
Miami Beach, Floi
Phone: 531 -7673
1"

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE is III. .
Ih< underaigned
in business under 1 I.....
of KENMOHE Hi
Ington 1
Im.....- ... n gist
Cb rk the
County. Floi Ida.
NOR
Bj : Norman .- 2
EMH.AXDEl: ,V ItNKTT
Attoi n.as for Ni
No, 1 Mncoln Ri
.Miami Beach, Floi I
NOTICE UNDt : FICTITIOU*
NAME LAVV .,:
X) IT ICE is HI
Ihe undersign.-! 0
I 1 n ineae undi '
of THE BED II '
.'i 9519 Harding '
Intt mis to reglsti r .' f r
Clerk of the Cin ul "u"
County, Florida. nratiol
By: Edward Malsfl. '
FINE, JACOBSON J: *
Attorneys for Llgs i'"1-
10] B Flagler si.
.Miami. Florida


October 9. 1970
vJcnisti fkrldton
Page 15-B
Obituaries
UGAl NOTICE
1.10 .vw. I":: si.
imi, -.i;i v. Hi- hail been
'r;,i Miami for the pasl II
i.mi.iu from N.V.C. Mr. Fire-
Restaurateur, having
,l,;| ..pcaled S;.ll.Vs Coral
",., r,tauranta In Great-
i ii, ivas < member "I l.rili
J,rui II- I* survived by his
" ii, a sons Joseph Firestone
l" v V V fleorge Flreel......
mrd' I anders both of Miami,
i ,,:mI i sisters Regina
,, of ST.C, B grandchildren,
r,.,i grandchildren. Services
bcid Bundaj al I'"1- al fJor-
Meral Home with Interment
K Cemetery. Sl.lva will be
,l. residence "f Mr. &
,i Landers 7160 B.W.
I78tb
7141
N !:
I'll >
away
if 2788 Tigertall Avc.
Monday morning. He
ad.- hi.- home in Miami for
.'( i- year* .-mliiK from N.Y.C.
Xaa a retired dress Manufac-
XI r Wayner wan a member
MlnyonalreH. He Ik survived
Wife Rose, n daughter Mrs.
,l pahrikant Of Coral Cables.
Iter Mr* Rose Cnidstelu of
X v. S grandchildren, Ser- !
(were held Tuesday at 10 a.m. |
rdon Funeral Home with In- j
i-t In Mi Nebo Cemetery.
I Hi, ,,f "ITT S. Ocean Dr.
Male passed away Thursday.
};,m.- here -" year* a*" from
[she ana originator and paal
lent nl l.lneoln Chanter of
In-- League for Israel, a mem-
Ii ii.iiImah National Council
Mali Women, Jewlah National
I B'nal ll'rlth. Pioneer Women.
bhi and the American Friends
hrn\ I niverslty. Survived by
nl Harry, son Bernard, of
Ibrotliei Or. Abraham Wolf-
mi: : grandchildren. Serv-
pil Interment In NY. Local
.-in.-nl- were made by River-
kapel.
SIEGEL. Morris, Rl, 1387 Nl
SI. Riverside.
waldman. nertrude XI 43,
Wayne a v.- XI I'. Riverside.
CELLMAN. Hannah, 72, I87S
169th St Riverside
Klein, Robert, 71. 9850 t: Bay Har-
bour l >r Rlveralde.
WASSERMAN. Isadora, TT, 1800 N.
:',r.ili Avi-.. Hollywood. Cordon.
BERLINSKY. Loula, 4035 Meridian
Avi-, xi B. Blaaberg.
BRODY, Dr. David S., TT, 2809 Col-
llns Avi-., XI.I'.. Rlveralde.
felder. Jerome J.. 18, jmil n.e.
;Tih Ct. Blaaberg.
frankel. Bertha Levin, ISM s.
Treasure Dr., N. Bay Village Rlver-
alde.
axelroo. Beaale, 78, l":'," Colllna
Ave.. xi ii Rlveralde,
BARUCH. Samuel. Tx I .Mill May ltd..
Mil. Rlveralde.
FOX, Rae, 'is. 8W7 Carlyle Ave. Rlver-
alde.
GREENBERG. Estolle. TT. 8261 Collins
Ave., XI.H. Blaaberg.
HELFER, .Morris. 82, 1510 Jefferson
Ave m.h Riverside.
NAGER. William, ii.",. 100 Itayview
Dr.. XI.B. Cordon.
STEIN. Lillian. 84; UK.. Normandy
Dr., XI.11. Riverside.
WAGNER. Albert, ", ".it .Meridian
Ave., XI.Ii. Riverside. Interment XII.
N.-lio.
KARASIK. Israel XL. 88, I8O0 Colllna
Ave.. xi.li. Rlveralde.
KLAPPER. Milton J.. TT. r,::T S.W.
28th lid. Rlveralde.
LEWIS. Max. 79, 7"X
Ave, XI 1! lo,rdon.
MARGOLIN. Louis, 81,
Ave. Cordon.
NAROFF, Sarah. 88,
St. Hlaleah. Newman.
STONE. Bather I-:.. 68, 8610 B.W. sr.th
St, Rlveralde,
STERLING. Rabbi Isaac Mayer. 77.
1041 Ocean l"-.. M.B. Rlveralde. In-
terment ML Sinai
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to ngage
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
of AKTiuit w, smux, d.ds, at
10589 Bird Road, Miami, Florida In-
tend to register aald name with ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i bounty, Florida.
ARTH ii: \\ slTltlN. D.D.S., P \.
By: Arihur W. Sltrln, D hs
FROMBERG, FROMBERG ft RUTH,
P A
M-102 Blacayne Building,
.Miami. Florida, 33130
Attorneya for Arthur W. sin-in.
D.D.8., P.A.
!' !E 1" 2-9 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, dealrlng to engage
in bualneaa under- the fictitious namea
of Dlts BADER A TOBIN, WAYNE
E. TOBIN, XI.D.. and DANIEL BA-
DER, XI.D. at 1160 N.W. 14th Street.
Miami, Florida Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DOCTORS BADER AND TOHIN,
PA.
By: WATNB i: TOHIN. M.D.
FROMBERG, FROMBERG & ItoTII
P.A.
Attorneys for DOCTORS BADER &
TOBIN, P.A.
/If 10/J-!P-16
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act of 1941
File No. 70 A 439
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
TAXCBRT ASSGCIATE8 holder of
County Tax Sale Certiflcati No, 1492 HOTEL and Id
laaued the lal day of June, A.D I9HB, TIONAL TOCHS
Pe may van la
:;:::, S.W 12th
1H w. 47lh
IN. Samuel A.. 10276 Collins
al Harbour Rlveralde.
|N, Beatrice Lily. 71, 775 Dade
|XI B Rlveralde.
ER, Sophie, 84, 151 N.E.
Rlveralde
Herberl XI 80, 1MM Collins
[1 Rlveralde.
Beatrice. 62, 194" -N.E. 17-"nd
LXI B New man.
Anton. 76, 848 Alton Ed.,
veraide
^pearl, Charlea, 72. 1120 99th
; Rlveralde
Normn II 16, 5760 Collins
?i R Rlveralde.
Frieda. T4. 6395 Collins Avc..
Uveralde
Sherman 52 6250 S.W. 130th
Riverside.
Charlea 1... 47, 8810 Arch
Dr., N. .Miami. Rlveralde.
(KY, Jurray. 66, 1651 Bay ltd..
ewman.
|ISH, Dun.an II., G3. 435 20th
Rlveralde.
LIS, Eater. 88, 12:14 12th St..
fewman
i. 44 N, Shore
B., 71. L'.li N.E.
7::. 6895 Collins
N.E. nih Ter.
eas-
|Jfffnen 1-7677
wmxn:
TEPLITZ. Meyer, 8
Dr. Rlveralde.
YANOWITZ, .Mason
18th Ave. Blaaberg,
GLICKMAN. David.
Av,-. xi B. Levitt
JOHNSON. Oscar, 80.
Blaaberg.
KOGEN, Samuel, l:. T.m:, B. Tr
ure Dr., N. Bay Village, Rlveralde.
SCHULTZ. Samuel. 80, 941 .Meridian
Avc. XI II. Levitt.
ZITTMAN. Marcla, 61, 1100 N.K. 1 Huh
St. Rlveralde.
ABRAMOWITZ. Sarah. 81, 1410 Ku-
ciid Ave., M.B. Riverside. Inter-
ment Xlt. Neho.
AFFRON. Myron, TT. 2000 Country
Club l'rado, Coral Oablea River-
side. Intermenl ML Kebo.
COOPER, Rae, 68, ,,I" West Ave,.
XI it Rlveralde.
freedman, Grace, 2111 B.W. Utk
St. Cordon.
MALLINGER. Frederick A.. 80, 16650
W. Dixie IIw Rlveralde.
POLLAK, Loula, Tii. 1",:: s XV. ISrd
St. Cordon. Intermenl Xlt. .Velio.
selevan. Abraham, x^. cm Jeffer-
s,.ii Ave XI B Riverside.
bachner. Morrla, '"*. s'.1^!1 Byron
Ave surfsidc Newman.
DEVIN, Frank. 69, 5161 Collins Ave.,
M.B. Riverside.
GOLDMAN, laldor, 76, T:'" 16th St.,
M.B. Riverside intermenl xlt. Nebo.
LEVINE, Ada 1'., 76, 1500 May ltd..
M.B. Blaaberg.
MILLER. Ida O.. T',. 1!'4II N.K. lth
Ct., N.M.B. Rlveralde.
PODWALL. Rose, l"l N B. 52nd St
Riverside.
sherbill. Joseph, 57, 6590 85th St
Riverside.
SACKS, Reuben, 81, 916 Bth St., XI.H.
Riverside.
SHERMAN. .lack. 64, 7725 Abbot! Ave.,
xi.lt. Blaaberg.
FARIN, Eugenie, 81, 1770 Normandy
Dr.. X1.lt. Riverside.
lipinsky, Samuel. 98, 140 Washing-
ton Ave.. .Ml! Riverside.
LOZOVICK, Bather, 77,, 1060 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. M.B, Riverside.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcrsiFiied. dealrlng to enpae-e
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
of SOCTHKAST FliOKIDA CIA-
KRAI. AGENCY at 1699 Coral Way.
Miami, Florida 38146 Intends to reg-
ister said name wiili the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD c. ROGERS, C.L.U,
DAVID T. BERG, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
801 -sir. Dade Federal Bldg,
Miami, Florida. 33181
!i 18-2." l" '-'-''
PWULAl
I DADE nouLEVARD
I T. Nawieaaa. F.D.
eijitt
wrial Chapel
ISM fa\P41 DIRECiORS"
CAl AND Our OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
1-6444
W W. DIXIE HWV, N.M.

Meml.er:
National Funeral
Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Dlrectora Assn.
J.F.O.A.
XShtHHt
865-2353
720 Strtnly flttt Sir,*
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fery Ooy doico" Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Mion.i'$ Only Strictly Jew.ih
Monument Deolor
^NUEL GORDON-1946
RY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
a n jru n eral lord on
ome
373-5533
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
of Till-: F!'I.to\- STREET FISH
MARKET at MS l'inine Avenue, Per-
rlne, Florida Intends to reglater aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Dade County, Florida.
Owner
The Velvel Balloon Corp.
by; Richard (lersteln, President
SAXIIKI. STKKN
Attorney for applicant
P.O. Bos 1914, Coral Gables, Fin.
8/35 1" 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
In bualneaa under the fictitious name
of XIIt. THOMAS FASHIONS nl 8S40
N.W. Tth Street, Miami, Florida in-
tends ti register said name with the
Clerk of (he Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
(Owner)
Thomas .Milan
458.* X W. 9th Street Apt. No. 7
.Miami. Florida
t 25 I" 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3159
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Estate of
SOFIK THORBJORNSEN, B/k a
St >fia THORBJORNSEN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims Against Said Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the esiate of sofif. THORBJORN-
SEN, a/k'a. SOFIA THORBJORN-
SEN deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to Ihe County Judges of Dade
Countv, and file the name in duplicate,
and aa provided in Section 788.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida. within alx calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the name will he
burrud.
Dated at Mlnmi. Florida, this 10th
day of September. A.D. 1970.
AIJtHRT EDI-CND
As lOxecutor
First publication of this notice 011
the 88th day of September. l!i?".
CHAltl.OTTK .1. HAltKAN
Attorney for Executor
nil Alnsley Building
8/25 10/2-9-16
has filed aame in my office, and haa
mad,- applli atlon for a tax di ed In
be issueil thereon. Said Certificate
embraces Ihe following described prop-
erty In the County of Dad,. State ol
Florida, lo. ii:
S 62 .'. fi of N 1165 "." ft of I-:1- 1 t
MM i ,.f si:', lyg Betw E I. Blk
r. l'i: it-i.i, a- sal II W, Section
1'. Township 54 South, Range t"
Eaat, Containing .18 acres more
or less, in the County of Dade.
State of Florida. This deed will
be issued subject to all other out-
standing deilnquent City or Miami
taxes. anl li.ns and l!'7'i County
taxes and City of Miami taxes
and liens.
The assessment or said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: HENRY C. SWICORD and
w JEAN.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. Ihe prop-
erly described herein will he sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
in the month of November. IliT".
which is the 2nd day of November,
170.
Dated this 2Klh day of September,
1870.
K. IV LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of (he Circuit Court.
Dado County. Florida.
By: P. F. CII.DSTRAND, D.C.
(Circuit Court Seali
10/2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2576
(Judge Dowhng)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ANNE PERLICK
Deceased.
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalna! Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the esiate of ANN!-; I'KRI.ick de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judge- of Daile Coun-
ty, and file the s: me in duplicate
and as provided 'a Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, .n their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, wilhin six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this -.".'nil
day of September, A.D. 1879.
First publication of this notice on
the I'Mli day of September, 1970.
IH (WARD It. HIRSCH
As Administrator
Hi iWARD K. HIRSCH
Attorney for Administrator
sun Blscayne Blvd., Miami. Florida
38188
9/25 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItKin GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under :! rictitloua
of Dl LIDO INTERNATIONAL
LIDO INTERN \ -
1 155 Lincoln II
Miami l!i Bob, FI01 Ida Intend o- 1
11 said t,i 1 in, s n itli Ihe "I 1 ->l Ihe
Circuit Court of I isiie 1 :ount>. FI
MILT! >N SIRKIN
ALEXANDER KIRKIN
I.I !l IN SIRKIN
Al >ELE ZIVITS
HARRIS S- SIRKI.v, r A
Attot'neya for Applicants
13th Floor Da.I- Federal Bldg.
.Miami. Florida 33131
1 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-3063
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Cl-:i IRGIA I-".. LAW sox
I >oo.-asell
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You an- hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of GEORGIA 1:. LAWSON
deceased late of Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dude
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 73:t.-
III. Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the Count) Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, wilhin six calendar
mouths from the time of the first
,f.
ir the same will
publication lor,
be barred.
INA I. SHEA
As Executrix
First pul,lie,,lion of this notice on
the 9th day of October, 1970
A JAY CRISTt 11.
Attorney for Executrix
21 N.E. First Av .Miami. Fla
in 11-16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-18012
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM KINO,
Plaintiff.
Vs.
MARIA C. KINC.
Defendant.
TO: MARIA a. KINO
3S7 Prince Frederick Road
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
YOU, MARIA c. KINC, are hereby
notified that a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer 01* pleading to Ihe Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney.
riixald 1. davis. ESQ.. 4iT Bls-
cayne Building, in XV. Flagler Street.
Xliami. Florida 88180 Phone: n7*.<-
8681, and file the original Answer or
pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 13ih
day of November, 1870. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint for Divorce.
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act of October 23, 1962; Section 4369,
Title 39. United States Code)
Date of filing. Sept. 28, 1970; title
of publication. The Jewish Floridian:
frequency of issue, weekly: location of
known office of publication, 180 N.E.
;ili St., -Miami. Florida 83132, loca-
ii,,n oi the headquarters or general
business offices of the publishers, i."
N B, 8th SI Xliami, Florida 83132.
Publisher Fred K. Shochet, ISO N.E.
6lh St., -Miami. Florida 33132: editor
Fred K. sho, hoi. l:i> N.E. i-'th St..
Xliami. Florida 33132: managing edi-
tor. Fred K. Shochet, ISO N.K 6th St..
.Miami, Florida 88182.
owner: Fred K, Shochet. P.O.D.
2:i73, Miami. Florida 33101: Estate of
Ethel .shochet, P.O.B. i:!'V::. .Miami
Florida 38101. (A Partnership).
Known bondholders, mortgagees, aid
oiher security holders owning or hold-
ing 1 percent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages or other secur-
iles: None.
Average No. copies each issue dur-
ing preceding 12 months:
Total No. copies printed (net press
run) .................................................. 18,500
Single issue nearest to filing date 19,660
Faid Circulation:
Sale,- through dealers and carrier*,
street vendors and counter sales 400
Single issue nearest to filing date
....................................................................... 400
Mall Huhsoriptions 16,850
Single Issue nearest filing date H".,:ir.n
Total Paid Circulation 16,750
single ism,- nearest to filing date 16,780
Free Distribution (including samples)
by mall carrier or other means 1,606
Single Issue nearest to filing date 2,600
Total Distribution 18:350
Single issue nearest to filing date 19,360
Office use, left-over. unaccounted
spoiled after printing ......... 150
Singh- issue nearest to filing date 300
Total ..... 18,500
Single Issue nearest to filing dale 19,660
1 certify that the statements made
by me above arc correct and complete,
FRED K. SHOCHET, Publisher
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3472
In IIR: Estate of
RAB WKINSTKIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3178
(Dowliog)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Estate of
MARY ISA MITIL a I; a
ISA WINOBTT XIITII.
Deceased.
T,, 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 MARY ISA xicth. also
known as ISA WINCKTT XICTH. de-
ceased late of Allegheny County. Penn-
sylvania to Ihe County Judge.- of
Daile County, and file the same In du-
plicate and as provided in Section
733.111. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, wilhin si.\ cal-
endar months from the time of Ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Xliami, Florida, this 18th
day of Beptember, AD 1970.
ELIZABETH BA1 AS
Am Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notli.....n the
?.".th day of s.ot.ini..r. 1970.
HARRIS A BIRKIN, P.A.
Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Xliami. Florida 33131
9 ::. in 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3468
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RK: Blatate of
KITH B. I.F.WINSOHN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sunl
Kslate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RCTII It. LEW IN SOU N
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
tv. and file the same in duplicate anil
as provided in Section 7.n::.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar mouths from
the time of the flrsi publication here-
of, or the same will l barred.
Dated at Xliami. Florida, this 22nd
day ofSentomher, A.D. 1970.
HERBERT I.F.WINSOHN
Aa Executor
First publication of this notice on the
26th day of September. Ijt70
4.RONOVTTZ, SILVER R00TII
by: Sidney Aronovlt*
Attorneys for Executor
SOS Alnsley lluibling. Xliami. Florid.,
1 A 10/2-9-18
You nre
hereby notified and re- Kl..i NOTICE Of APF-LICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act of 1941
File No. 70 A 467
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
TAXCBRT ASSOCIATES hold.....I
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 6288
issued the 1st day of June. A D. 1986,
has filed same in my office, am '
made application for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. Said Certifi ate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Daile. State ol
quired to present any claims and de-
mauds which vou may have against
the .slate of RAE WKINSTKIN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
l-,i, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same lil betMirre*,
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this JMh
this notice shall be published I day of September, A.D. iSrTO.
0111.....ach week for four consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID-
(AV
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Fluiuia, this 6th day of October, 1970.
E. U. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Bade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPEI-AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
10/9-16-23-30
PHILIP KATZEN
c/O FRANKEL & AVRACH. P.A.
4"jn Lincoln Koad. Suite '.'30
Xliami Beach, Florida 38139
Ah Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of October. 1070.
FRANKEL & AVRACH. P.A.
Attorneys for Administrator
42a Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida Silir.!'
10/2-9-16-23
Ixt 21 Block :., Ridgenaa-, Plat
Hook 1L' Page 70, Seel ion i:,. Town-
ship .".:: South, jvoge ILJtafb In
the Countv of Dade. Stall of Flor-
ida. This deed will be I sued sub-
ject to 1876 County (axes and
I.iena.
The assessment of said nroinrt>-
under the said certificate was In the
name of; ROBERT DAVIS
I'nless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold m
the highest DidCer for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first .Monday
in the month of November, iHTii,
which Is the 2nd day o4 Noveinb, r.
1970.
Dated this 88th day of September,
1970.
E. B. LEATHEK5IAN.
Clerk of the CdrcuU Court,
Dad'- County. Florida
F. Oil DSTRtfND. DC.
By: B
(Circuit Court Seal!
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