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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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' tJfewisBi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
l~-P 43 Number 42
Miami, Florida Friday, October 16, 1970
Two Sections Price 20 c
rael Ready If Egypt Terminates Truce
. ;v (JTA) Premier
has warned that Is-
ready if the Sue/.
Is terminated next
Egypt resumes hos-
- ii said Israel had
the cease-fire last
hope thai it would
v settlement, but
tuld not accept "an
and assurances that
ssurances."
, referred to Egypt's
to observe the stand-
f the truce which.
WHS violated hv
Egypt from the start, proving
Egyptian and Soviet assura: s
li that connection worthless,
Mrs Meir, addressing a meet-
Ing of the United Labor Party,
which will soon hold Its first
inner-party elections, assessed
the S' i<; p sition in the ci i&l
zone, she said the Russians svt re
realist.e politicians anxious to
I a confrontation with 'he
United States, but the question
remains how much weigh; r -
cent American statements or.
the cease-fire violations will
carrv in Moscow.
Evirior.ee of a bitter power
struggle :n Cairo is mounting
but it is not yet clear whie'i
factions and personalities ire
clashing or what role the Soviet
Union i- playing. Against the
background of an l";ypt:an-
Soviet political offensive against
Israel in the U.N. General As-
mbly this week, Isra< li s m
are into: nreting the remarks ol
Egypt's Foreign Minister M.ih-
moud Riad as an attempt i >
fores Israel to accept the Jarring
talks w:th nit Egyptian rectifi-
cation of its eeas"-fire violations.
Israel] intelligence source-; h:i\e
<. ep irted that at least sevei I
hundred Soviet personnel are
in the cease-fire zone manning
the first line or SAM-3 and 5AM-
2 missiles and anti-aircraft ti.it-
teries, 'Israeli military authori-
ties, meanwhile, are not ignor-
in.; recent public statements bj
Egyptian officials that the shoot-
ing war in the Canal Zone r.iaj
bo resumed after the cease-fire
expires Now 5. They note that
the Egyptians have given ad-
vance notice in the past of their
mil'tary dee:sions. The late Pres-
ident Nasser announced his ir
of attrition" policy before In;
actually launched it'.
Discussing the stiuation In t >r-
rian. Mrs. Meir said Israel would
remain alert to any change:
rull in that country. If Syr; ins
or Iraqis establish themselves in
reg ns facing Israeli settle-
ments, she said. Israel WO'lid
have to take action which would
not be intervention in Jord
is but intervention to p:
tert Its citizens.
General Assembly
pproves Resolution
flTED NATIONS (JTA)
Special Committee of 24
( with activities during
I nniversary of the Dcc-
| Colonization has suh-
pri a draft resolution granl-
tion movements" par-
n United Nations com-
thl General Assem-My.
n resolved that "Rep-
II shall be invited,
lever necessary, by '.lie
Nations and other inter-
\r.ti'. organizations within the
Nations system to nar-
Bt< in an appropriate ca-
I roceedings of these
ns relating to their csun-
- nbly approved the
a vote of 85 to 5.
sti ntions. The United
: Britain were among
I, Diplomatic sourc-
es said that since the majority
of the Special Committee were
African nations and the resolu-
tion dealt essentially with coloni-
zation, a movement like that o!
the Palestinian guerrillas was
probably not envisaged by the
committee.
Other sources noted, how-
ever, last week's Soviet proposal
to have the U.N. label any na-
tion resisting a "national libera-
tion movement," as an aggressor.
a proposal seen as an attempt by
the Soviet Union to gain U.N.
support for the Palestinian !aus
and Improve Soviet influence i:i
the Middle East.
Delegations were studying a
letter submitted by Soviet Am-
bassador Yakob A. Malik to U
Continued on t-tgt 8-A
3 Guerrillas Killed In
Clashes With Patrols
TEL AVIV (JTAIOne Is-
raeli pat;ol killed two Arab guer-
rillas in a clash near Biranit in
Upper Galilee this week and an-
other clashed with a saboteur
gang, killing one and driving the
rest back across the border. Both
mounters were near the Leba-
nese border which seems to !>-
shaping up as the new focal point
of guerrilla activity. All >thor
fronts remain quiet. The last
shelling of an Israeli settlement
from Jordanian territory occur-
red Aug. 25, but an Arab ter-
rorist who crossed Jordan into
Israel was killed Saturday when
he stepped on a mine in the
Nahal Argaman sector in the
Jordan basin.
Israeli observers report the
return of shepherds and farmers
to their lands east of th Jordan
River indie: ting that the guer-
ril'as. pilled cut of the area tu
fight against King Huss'n's for-
ces in last month's Jordanian
civil war. have not returned. Die
Israelis also report no sign of
Jordanian regulars on the east
bank.
|gypt, Soviet Union Pushing
r General Assembly Debate
SITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Rations to the General As-
i'> .>:e gearing themselves
full-scale debate this .voek
Middle East. The crunch
from the Arab states
i ..rt accusing the Unite!
ael of torpc doing
' vace talks under
\ iunnar v. Jarring.
: M:nister Mah-
who was re-nrted
mod that Esypi
ni w the 9^;1 iv
a ".( < midnig'i"
s ci ic to ; the
si nbly toward the
week. In'orm i
said Mr. R:ad Is
ask the General
imp :e Bancti ns
Its eonthvied occu-
' b territories.
ime time. Egypt has
concerted drive to
t'.S. and Israel t I
peace talks which
temporarily suspended on
- hen Dr. Jarring returned
> In Moscow as Swed-
mbassndor to the Soviet
Or. Jarring is scheduled
to return to U.N. hoadquarteis
this week.
Indications are that Egypt
wants peace talks resumed de-
spite charges by the U.S. and
Israel that numerous violations
of th" cease-fire standstill accord
continue. Mr. Riad reportedly
Stated that Egypt would agree
to extend the cease-fire only if
Israel "agrees to contact Jarring
and declares she is ready \c
v out the Seority Coun< .1
resolution of Nov. 22, 1967."
Israel withdrew from the
peace talks last month after
charging Egypt with continu '
violations of the truce accord.
Th > VS. withdrew last week
from the Big Four donu'ios talks
until the-e is a rectification of
the missiles emplacement.
Earlier last week. Mr. Riad de-
clared the missiles Israel charges
were moved into the 32-mile
standstill zone after the truce-
went into effect had been there
all all along and the Egyptians
would not remove any of the
missile sites.
The Egyptian Foreign Miniate?
warned that if the U.S. persisted
in its accusations of truce viola-
tions against Egypt, steps would
be taken by Arab oil-producing
countries to curb expansion of
oil output. The U.S. would, in
this case, bo particularly hard
hit because American oil opera-
tions in the Arab world yields
approximately S2 billion a year
for the U.S. balance of pay-
ments.
Informed sources at the U.N
noted that there is a possibility
that Mr. Riad and Secret iry
State William P, R igers m ly
meet here this week when both
ttend the 25th in-
niversary celebration of the U.N.
While diplomats and deleg i-
tlons were girding themselves
for the debate on the Midc'.l -
East, another battle was brew-
ing in which the protagonists
will be the Soviet Union and
the U.S. involving the power
blocs of both nations, is a drive
by the Soviet Union for adop-
tion of a declaration on interna-
tional security which condemns
military occupation and conquest
of territory as unlawful under
the UN. Charter and which
Continued on Page 8-A
Ebon's Willingness To Meet Riad
Boosts Hope For Truee Extension
By Special Report
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Prospects for a continuation ot
the temporary cease-fire along the Suez Canal were given a boost
this week when Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban expressed
a willingness to meet with Egypt's Mahmoud Riad here.
Mr. Eban's willingness to sit down with his United Arab
Republic counterpart did not alter thi stand of the Israel govern-
ment that there could be no resumption of the official negotia-
tions through U.N. mediator Gunnar Jarring until Egypt pul's
hick its missiles, which arc in violation of the standstill provi-
sions of the Aug. 7 cease-fire, however.
Meanwhile, in Tel Aviv, Premier Golda Meir warned 'Our
defense forces will he ready for them if the shooting resume?,
but our deep and profound prayer is that it will not. It takes two
sides to make a cease-fire or achieve peace, but one is enough to
start shooting."
Mrs. Meir. who was speaking at a Histadrut executives'
meeting, cautioned that Israel "will not stand by forever while
Egypt builds up its suppl} ol Soviet missiles." She is expected
to leave this week for the 25th anniversary celebration of the
United Nations in progress here.
Mr. Riad. who arrived in New York at almost the same
time as Mr. Eban. called for a full-scale debate on the MiddW
East in the U.N. General Assembly. United Arab Republic source-
said the objective "is to get a strongly worded resolution that
will condemn Israeli aggression."
Acting Egyptian President Anwit Sadat meanwhile affirmed J
his position that his country is ready to resume talks with Israel,
through Ambassador Jarring "if there is a real desire for peace."
But he also restated a decision not to withdraw the missiles which
the United States and Israel have charged clearly violate the
standstill provision of the limited truce.
Power Struggle Unfolds;
Heikal Reported Ousted
NEW YORK (JTAi Moham-
med H. Heikal, one of the
President Nasser's closest friends,
has been quietly outsted fro
ministerial post in the p
Struggle now going on in Eg
t BS Radio Network news c
spondent Bob Allison ha< re-
ported from Beirut.
Heikal, editor of Cairo's semi-
official daily newspaper, Al
Ahram, was Minister of Nation .".
Guidance, a post to which he
was n.'.med by Nasser ea
this year. As the President's e i,-
fidant ami unofficial i SS
spokesman he was credited with
tremendous piwer in Egyptian
ruling circles and was rega, .. I
as a likely successor of N;
Mr. Allison said. Heikal was
ousted, it was reported, because
he was trying to rep'ace int srim
i sident Anwar Sa l it with i i i-
i over which he would have
c ns i r. I le e >ntr >1. (Mr. s id >.
was nominated to suci "
Nasser by the Egyptian Na-
Ai si n Ij. is expected to
., an overwhelming rn-
d irsement in a popular referen-
dum tc be held later this month t.
No announcement was made
oi Heikal'8 removal, but he In-
formed members of the Al Ah-
ram board of directors. Mr. Alli-
son said. President Sadat, sup-
ported by a powerful pro-Soviet
politician, Ali Sabry. quashed
Heikal'a power play in the first
split among Nasser's asso-
ciates since his death Sept 28,
according to the report.
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}ussell And Rosen Accept
"JA-IEF Cochairmanship
,.( Ru<=cll, president anil Miami nnd is a member of the na-
ni the board of rtus*'!l tii>n;il campaign cabinet of the
Leonard Rosci, United Jewish Appeal.
Arafat Opposed To Skyjacking Airliners
and
ROBERT RUSSiU
il the board (f
dean Corporation, nai-.>
Mi' cochairmanship of ii< i
Miami Jewish Federation s
Combined Jewish Appeal-
rgoncj' Fund campaign,
i Kanter. chairman of the
,',-lKF campaign, has an-
hoi ni'il and prh lleged
two such distinguished
taking on the respond-
; vchairinu the campaign,"
iti i said. "Under the lead-
Robert Russell and Leon-
. I know that the goals
year's campaign will in
. ho declared.
uell, who was chairman
md 1970 CJA-IEF
.- -. is a vice pn sident and
I the board <>f directors
Miami Jewish Fed-
trustee of Cedars of
tal and a me
ol Mount Sinai Hos-
i erves a vice presi-
mple Israel of Gre ii "'
Mr. Rosen, chairman of ih \<-
rael Emergency Fund campaign
during the Six-Day War period in
1967, Is a trustee of the Great t
>iii nl Jewish Federation, chairm 'i
of the boaid of Temple Menorah
and chairman of the Hebll .
Academy board of directors.
Tim Combined Jewish Appeal is
the major fund-raising effori by
which Greater Miami Jewry aid-*
Israel and maintains a network of
community and national welfare
agencies. It is the organized Jew-
ish community getting togeih
and raising funds to meet the
urgent needs of Jews at horn and
abroad.
Among the Federation's locil
beneficiary ag icies beni i"n ting
from the CJA drive are B'nai B'rith
.Youth Organization of Miami, iV
l Hurra a oi Jewish Education, the
Community Chaplaincy Servic
Hlllel Foundation at the Umvi -
sity of Miami. Immigration and
Naturalization Service of the Na-
tional Council ol Jewish VV'omiii.
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Asssiia Habaah, leader oUFfcPt
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Rabbi Kahn To Speak
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Hlllel Foundations will speak at
the registration sesssions of th<
College o! .I. wish Studies Mondaj
at tin" U-M Hillel House, and
Tuesday at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, North Miami Beach. At both
8 p.m. meetings, which are being
held under the auspices of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, Rabbi
Kahn's topic will be "A Blueprint
for Creative Jewish Living."
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Oil Is Arab World's Hidden Card
Tee new leadership in Egypt uppecus determined :o
see* poplar supper* cy coctmu-rrc the Nasser peaces
tee struggle aarrnst Israel apparently receives Soviet sap-
per. The Mrs- test in tie oz-^-zr. of many, was the issue
o: the Suez missiles: accya.rtg to diplomauc expert, ii
here was to he any honest move toward r.erotio*.:or_= .
wouki have come in the early days of the new leadership.
Bolstered by the Soviets, Egypt's Foreign Minister has
now made it clear that rot only will the Egyptians refuse
:c remove a single missile, they won't even discuss Im
issue. At the same time be accused the United States cf jics
because it finally accepted the hard evidence of Egypt's per-
fidy in violating the cease-fire agreement-
Oil again is revealed as the Arab world's hidden card
with a direct threat against American interests there unless
we bow to the Egyptian treachery. We have heard those
threats before but we are aware that the Arab nations need
our dollars just as much as we need their oil and possibly
more There is a good deal of oil in this hemisphere which
we are not using while we enrich the treasuries of the hos-
tile Arab leaders.
V.'e doubt that President Nixon's Middle East peace
hiiative wiO be deterred as a result of the continuation of
Nasserian rhetoric by his heirs.
Indication of Campaign's Importance
Tie General Chairman of the 1971 Combined Jewish
Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund campaign brings tc
that post the most impressive credentials in the area o!
Jewish concern. That Joseph H. Kanter accepted the arch
to heed up the greatest effort in Greater Miami's history in
dicates better than anything else the tremendous impor
tance of the 1971 campaign.
Although he has been a resident here for a number -y
years, Mr. Kanter has rn~de his philanthropic reputation a*
the highest national leve'. rather than in the Greater Miami
community. He is a national chairman of the United Jew'sh
Appeal national chairman of the Israel Education Fund.
and honorary president of the American Friends of Tel Aviv
University, and has held other notable positions mvolv_ec
eadersi.p in American jewisi life. In joining the ranks o:
hose who have served so magnificently as general cactr
rr.er. to err veers. Joseph Kcr.'e: zdds j r.r-v. cLmensio.-. to
hat post d c most opportune 6mm.
Appointment Propaganda Move?
Tie support cf wc-lc .V/.-ry :.: fee Bp-preii-i-j V/.-r -.?
tie Soviet Union .-; be beniag ha stead dd Bm Coma
r.ist leadership For -he hrst tirr e in 1 'ew boa
been named first secretary of the Cour.ur.LSt Parr.- Z
mittee at 3irobid;an whici lor naoaa Bnfcmulkn ,v. So* el
zdership is = --
posed to be the autonorr.c-^ Inridi aaata.
7 i appointment, err.tfy ;:' ~ry reel rr.eerur.g (boagb
: -; orove, marks a ajgnjfinrtnl the.-.ce ..-_ Soviet etv
toward Jews in the party even ii : -.-. place :n Sud-
an obscure region. It is not an enviable rrrjrkl" *he occri
is any guide, for all the previous Jewisi iolden of the
post were victims of Stalin'3 purges.
It may be viewed as only a propaganda move, but it
is significant even as that if world pressure forced the ac-
tion upon the Soviets.
Tj- *?.- ----- r have
trouMed -.tr. a ie>u I
v-jo* fypitr- y the
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sta? r.ia;: I 5e _rstead IBS it
in the New Torfc Times dBRrib-
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throcg'T the cry .r. wUefe I OM
born Thai mj Mendi M
Mb.
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baadi bosod Commis^i^r. report
argued that obscenity ^ a (.--
sor.i. po.r.t. A rtew rather than
sUeh car. be made ll
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p oefore the cr -j-
lad^r. favS. -jpemngs last
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ta partisan a'jdiences a-d
ng then ftk his eommi -_-
IF BRITAIN "can afford the
bjxnn >: a Queen, then rarerj
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Viee Pr^id-rt whose primary
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by EDWARD COHEN
has been a'oser
that body has
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McCarthy
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the Vice Prr-s:> I
participate the ; il <] ca
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the dictionary.
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by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASKINGTONThe Cc-
d^n epiaoda baa io far rer
-- barety meni
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rappry system, in turn.
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those bureaucratic comedios
in which the t" 5 penmen
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civilian siie of enna|
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a system e-. e-. exist I ltfncell
long refused to i: -1 dspisl
the s-ilid evider iuced IfJ
rrf.-.tary :r. V. -: .-.
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years ago. eviden became
strong to overlook But nata
rally, since the rr.- y-
Cambodian supol} systea
ber. >c long !he "**
step was to downgr
tance by ever) n
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+Jmlsl fkrkBam
Page 7-A
letters to the editor
r r>K Th" l>uih Florldian:
,- urced by the 1).-:
nt of Florida, Jewish *V"ai
0f t!v U.S.A., in Ami'ri-|
;hipmc"t >f arms to Jordan .il
lartcrly meeting of the otv^iV"
In at the 5 -.-fomber Hotel in
L Beach Sept. 27.
Mrhnenl C umander Mau-j
IWeinm i Miami Beat h do
Id that th i t'.S. governmenl
i fulfill its military obligu
(o I-.,' Delegates from;
i through Florida urged iii
aQ0ii hi to take anj
[ inst the Rus-
i.njifi-r- missile and sub-
('uba.
Ainslee R. Ferdie
-. a member of
| \ Executive Com
to der i ince the American
I n OrRanteation for its par.
pollti |W '..'rams was ar>
is alsooxpr ss I
[ over tho "no-
lending i" Cin-
iman said ;ii it
Depai I Florid.i will
..; Jan. !0 in
M. .J\Y BERLINER
< n tl Gables
consistent and contradicts the
oaslc principles of democracy.
He criticizes the major South
Florida daily newspapers for giv-
ing too much space for the views
of the spiritual leaders of smaller
('WrllffllJhtiRlis. He would want
hem to dote out space in ratio
to the si/e of their synagogue
membership.
It is illogical to assume that the
clarity of thought of a rabbi is de-
termined by the number of his
card-carrying members or by the
amount of dollars he receives In
annual salary. Perhaps the con-
trail- is true. It could be that the
massive administrative burden of
h large congregation dors not al-
low its leader to indulge in as
much philosophical meditation as
WOUid one who has li ss duties.
Isaiah, Jeremiah. Hosea and all
48 major Hebrew prophets had
relatively few members in their
congregations. Yet their literary
works were published and have
made the best seller lists for
thousands of years. David's fol-
lowing at the time ho authored
much of the Psalms was much
smaller than that of his adversary,
King Saul. And yet, n^ne of Saul's
views were present d for posterity
and we continue to cherish those
of David.
Tt is morally wrong to try to
suppress the voice of the less af-
fluent and of the minority in favor
of the rich and powerful establish-
ment. The teachings of democracy
dictate otherwise.
Our local newspapers obviously
know their business. Articles that
are logical and thought-provoking
are worthy of being published. It
matters not so much who the
writer is as what the content is,
and how it will arouse reader in-
terest.
The ancient dictum of the He-
brew Sages holds meaning to this
very day: "Accept the truth from
whoever might Utter it."
RABBI ruiNKAs WEBBBMAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Miami Leaders Participate
In UJA Fact-Finding Tour
A number of lenders of the!
Greater Miami Jewish community|
will participate in the United
Jewish Appeal's two-week fact-;
finding trip to Israel scheduled to
depart from New Yolk's Kennedy
Airport on Oct. 25.
Mission participants will make
an extensive survey of the socialj
welfare programs in Israel which
are supported by funds of tiiei
Greater Miami Jewish Fedora-
tion's Combined Jewish Appoa'-I
Israel Emergency Fund campaign,
These include immigration andl
absorption programs, vocatlonali
training and higher education.
Highlights of the Itinerary and'
agenda include a dinner me tiuei
with Aharon Yariv, head of mili-i
tary intelligence, a reception at
the home of Minister of Defonse
Moshe Dayan and his wife; a visit.
to th" Sue/ Canal: a luncheon i
conference with Foreign Minister*
Abba Khan, a tour of the .1 >int
Distribution Committee's Malben
Home for the Aged, and meetings
with Prime Minister Golda Meir
and Minister of Finance Pincus
Sapir. In add.:-in. they will visit
areas not normally part of a r >Ur-
ist's itinerary.
Tho Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency campaign is the
major fund-raising effort bv which
Greater Miami Jewry aids Israel
and maintains a network of com-
munity end national welfare i
cies. it supports the United Jew-
ish Appeal and its extensive pro-
grams for resettlement and ab
tion of Jewish Immigrants In l -
rael; the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, which aids aged, chronic illy
ill and handicapped Jews in '10 m-
tions, including Israel: the United
Hias Service, which provides for
transportation of oppressed I as
and for their resettlement In free
nations other than Israel.
IrOR, The l< .-. i-li Florldian:
to amo mo
illed le i.'ivd
the cot y
ihcii pit' ns bj using
ii ,v:th a <.....f
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t Marcus the pro1 n ite
- ition at '.' in-
i.'ii Capl in has Insulted t'i
. ( those who re I his
v i- re ort I sui h
ktl tl s s to make his
Int.
Mrs. Max Ruthfield is president
of the United Order True Sis
ters, Miami No. 43, the chapter
which will be the hostess lodge
for the UOTS national conven-
tion Nov. 15-17 at the Eden Roc
Hotel. Mrs. Harold Brown i:
serving as the Conventioi
chairman for Miami No. 43.
Camp Judea Is Preparing
For Next Year's Campers
Camp Judaea, a non-profit camp
sponsored by Florida, Southeast-
crn and Southern Regions of Ha-
lassah which Is located in the !
Blue Ridge .Mountains of North '
Carolina, is already making plans i
for the 1971 camp season and be-
ginning its preparations for a new
'family" ol campers. For the first
time, the camp program will in-
clude horse back riding next year,
and the management has plans to
build an Olympic-sized swimming
pool, basketball court and new
it nnis courts.
The camp's first session will be
held June 24 July 22; the second
begins July 2d and ends Aug. 2.T
There is a special reduction for
families sending more than one
child and early registrants save on
th<' registration fee. Several "earn;)
rallies" will be held in various
communities ol the south in order
to detail the advantages of Camp
Judaea for parents during the
| coming winter and spring. Time
, and place will be announced at a
later date.
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Friday. October 16, 1370
Community Leaders Nominated To
Federation Board Of Directors
Milton Weiss To
Serve 2nd Term
L Jules Arkin, chairman af the Dr. Narot. senior rabbi of Tent-
Federation's Nominating Commit- pie Israel since 1950. was ordained
t,.. has announced that two it the Hebrew Union College where
be later earned his Doctor of He-
brew Letters degree. In 1965, on|
the occasion of his 25th anniver-
sary as rabbi, Dr. Narot w ,-..
wauled an honorary Doctor of
Divinity degree.
In addition to many civic and
professional attainments. Dr. Nar I
'.as served as chairman of the
Liturgy Committee of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
The Nominating Committee will
also recommend the election of
the following officers:
Milton Weiss, president; Samu 1
X. Friedland, honorary president:
Shepa.d Broad, David P. Catsman,
David U. Fleeman, Robert Russell
and Harry B. Smith, vice presi-
dents; I-. Jules Arkin. secretary;
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, associate Bee-
i retary: Morton Silberman. treas-
urer, and Walter S. Falk, associ-
ate treasurer.
Recommended for election to
the board of directors will bf
Samuel I. Adler, Dr. Sol Center,
Judge Irving Cypen, Julius Dar-
sky, Leo Eisenstein, Richard J.
Horwich, Mrs. Jack Katzman, Dr.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Burton Levey
(as President of Women's Divi-
sion), Harry A. Levy. Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz. Sam Luby. Jr., Saul J.
Morgan, Irving Rubin, Mendell \I
Selig, Fred K. Shochet, Ha.oid
Thurman, Robert H. Traurig. and
Howard J. Trinz.
D*. 10SIPH R. NAROT
Greater Miami community leaders
will be elected members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Board of Directors, Sunday
evening.
The election of Mrs. Jerome
Kipnis and Dr. Joseph R. Nirot.
spiritual leader of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, to the Fedeia-j
tion's major policy-making body!
will be part of the Federation's:
32nd annual meeting and Cam-
paign Tribute Dinner at the Dcau-
ville Hotel.
M.s. Kipnis, a member of the
Federation's Multiple Appeals
Committee and Budget Committee,
has served this year as coehairrnan
of the Benefactors Division of the
1970 Combined Jewish Appeal and
Isratl Emergency Fund campaign.
A past supervisor of Project Hop?,
she ;s also a director of the Flor-
ida Craftsman Council.
All officers and past presidents
of the Federation are members of
the Board of Directors. Th ,>ast
presidents of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation include Sam
Blank, Samuel N. Friedland, A. J.
Harris, Sam J. Heiman. Howard
Kane, Aaron M. Kanner, Leon
Kaplan. Sidney Lcfcourt. Joseph
M. Lipton, Stanley C. Myers. Max
Orovitz, Dan Ruskin. Jacob Shcr,
William D. Singer and Carl Weiiv
kle.
Martin Agronsky
Speaker For 32nd
Animal Meeting
Well-known television and radii
commentator Martin Agronsky
will b? the guest speaker it th
Greater Miami
Jewish Feder^
tion's 32nd a n -
n u a 1 meeting
and Campaign
Tribute Dinner
to be held in
the Deauville
Milton Weiss, president of Miami
Beach Federal Savings & Loan
Association and senior member of
v firm Of Meyer. Weiss. Rose
& Arkin. will be elected to jerve a
cond term Bl I "" >f tn0
ter Miami Jewish Federation
during the election of officers and
board directors of the Federation
,1 th DeauviUe Hotel, the man
of the Fedei ition's 32nd innual
: .; and Campaign Tribute
Dinner. Sunday evening.
Mr. Weiss, i prod:,'; ol the Mi-
ami public sch i 'I system an I
nate f the University of Miami.
h is irve I in numerous cap i :Jtlea
in many civic and religious organi-
zations. He was a chairman >f tne
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
in 1967 and has been a Vice presi-
dent of the Federation and a mem-
ber of its Board of Directors and
Board of Governors.
Mr. Weiss is also a mem'>er arid
past president of the Miami Beach
Kiwanis Club, a member of the
board of Mount Sinai Hospital: the
Bar Association of Dade County.
and Temple Beth Sholom. and a
former member of the Board of
Governors of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. At the
I age of 26, he was the youngest per-
' son ever to serve on the Dade
| County Board of Public Instruc-
I tion.
"Milton Weiss brlntjs with him
I to the post of president of tlv;
i Greater Miami Jewish Federation
j the levelheadedness of > wind judg-
ment combined with compassion
and love for his fellow man." said
Arthur S. Rostchan. execute \
MILTON W/SS
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
"I believe community requir*
ments are such that n ,s fa*
ness people in the community. n>!
assume a responsibility :ti -
new goals and carrying them
Mr. Weiss declared. "1 Intend H
meet my obligations and I
the Jewish communitj
Miami will meet its spotliit
ties."
Hot e
Miami
Egypt, Soviet Union Pushing
For United Nations Debate
Con't from Page 1-A
would brand any nation whii h
ted any organization call-
ing itself a "national liberation
movement" as an aggressor.
The United States which U>
trying to thwart this drive by
the Soviet Union, contends that
such a declaration could be Used
by the Russians as a lever to
promote its policies in the Mid-
dle East and elsewhere and that
adoption of such text would be
beneficial to the Arabs in future
negotiations with Israel.
It the U.S. view, the Soviet
Union is seeking to establish as
a guide for behavior of nation;
towards each other, a declara-
tion which fails to mention the
provision contained in the Nov.
22. 1967 resolution on the Mid-
dle East that a "lasting peace
w th agreed and secure borders"
must bo reached. Western and
VS. delegations have expressed
th. hope that the Soviet termi-
nology will be rejected in favor
of a re-affirmation of the U.N.
Charter.
During the debate last week,
Noureddinne Harbi. ambassador
from Algeria to the General As-
sembly, said that a real peace
policy would require, among
other elements, the Israeli with-
drawal from occupied territories.
VS. Ambassador Charles W,
Yost recalled the American re-
Cent initiatives in the Middle
East and said his delegation
would press for proposals to
mcke the U.N. peace-keeping
more effective and to encourag"
resort to peaceful settlement oi
disputes. He also accused the
Soviet Union of seeking to sub-
stitute a partisan document for
the U.N. Charter.
Stroke Victims Are
Discussion Topic
The first of a scries of panel dis-
cussions covering all facets of the
rehabilitation of stroke victims
was held this week at the new
Green Briar Nursing Center. 9820
N. Kendall Dr., under the sponsor-
ship of the Heart Association.
The sessions, featuring doctors,
nurses, physical therapists, social
workers, dieticians and speech
therapists, will be aimed towards
teaching the stroke patient, his
relatives and friends things they
may do to lessen its effect and
prevent a permanent change in the
life of the afflicted individual. The
S p.m. Wednesday series will con-
tinue on Oct. 21. 28. Nov. 4 and 10.
. Beach. Sunda) .
Marlm Agronsky
evening.
Mr. Agronsky, former anch >r
man on the CBS-TV Satu-.d...
News who is presently a commen-
tator with the Washington Post-
Newsweek Television and Rad
Network, will report on his :.
pressions of Israel, gained lui
his recent trip.
Milton Weiss, Federation ;
dent, who made the announce-
ment, also reported that Ro'ji rl
Russell and Mrs. Jack Katzman,
retiring campaign chairmen oi t'
the 1970 Combined Jewish A;
and Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign, will be honored on this
casion.
The annual meeting an 1 dinnev
will mark the climax of I suc-
cessful 1970 campaign effoi;
set tho scene for an even r-\ re
intensive 1971 campaign dri
There will be no s ilicitation of
funds at the Federation's annual
meeting, however.
General Assembly
Approves Resolution
QUOTABI.K QUOTES
"Sometimes I find myself over-
whelmed with amazement at tlv
act that so many people with so
nany different points of view,
juch different backgrounds and
different dreams have been united'
tor -o many years in this almost!
my.stic identification with the land
-if Israel.' .Mrs. Bernard Schaen-
en. chairman. National Woman's
Division, UJA.
Con't. from Pas;e l-A
Thant in which he ch >s, r
is Israel t'n a is violating the
terms of the < is 3.....-
metr." Mr. Malik lee "Is-
raeli mil:' raft are
'a1'" i 11, i: sp ice he
United A' '> Repu ':: ilmosl
Is within the
he
Suez it mt : lusly
build I ms, in up
..:,,>.' j 1 (pi v.
" other work us'.n: na-
ry and mot >r transport.
X'-.v emplacements ire
lilt Mr tank,, a':'.'.>"v 5lf-
p inell euns an I missil in-
stallations," Mr. M \1.
"All th's in I that Tsr tel
and the United Stal if Amer-
ica, which sui oort's bear
th :.;> insibil tv ; r the f ict
th 11 Mr. Gunnar V. Jarr'ng, fthe
speel il United Nations media-
tor) i In tel un ible 1 1 proceed
with h's mission," the S iviel
Ambassador sal I.
"The United St ites must 11 ike
with regard to its ; ol-
Icy In the Middle Mast: Will it
continue to encourage Israel's
reckless designs
deel la to Implcmi nt th 3ec
ity Council decis
vember 1937. .
In a categot leal lal of t'
charges, an Isra
declared that Isra
the Sue/ ('.111.1"
within the limits |
the cease-fire ;
officials have rep I dly de-
clared that Isra- I
lati d the truer. N 1 reply MS
made to the Sovii I charges
new emplacements
for missile Instalial n -
ever.
140 Families Welcomed
The 140 new membei famihaj
which have loined S J
the past few months
an official welcome durinf
Friday evening set
, by Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley
Cantor Irving Shulk A -
responsive reading "'
' and new members v
and Mis. David O
of the membership
arranged a reception for them
Art Display At Hotel
The art works of three members
ol the same family Abraham, Zev
and Amos Yaskil will be on dis-
play at the Monte Carlo Hotel
during the coming week. The ex-
hibit, which was brought to Miami
Beach by Jaime Dromi. official
representative of the World Zion-
ist Organization in Mexico and
Central America, will be open to
the public beginning Friday at
8:30 p.m. Artist Amos Yaskil will
be present each evening from 5-10
p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 25. to
answer questions and assist the
viewers.
The Board Of Directors and Faculty Of
KJholei Jorah jDai/ School of Greater ^//''"
wish to express their rondolenees
to their President
MR. MENASHE HIRSCH
on the passing of his father
CHAIM YAKOV HIRSCH
May the Almighty Console Him Among
the Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem


Friday. October 16. 1970
*Jewist nnrMton
Page 9-A
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The Smut Scene
Rv MAX I.IXNKH
NEW YORK ate Mill stfa
use, sexual p ilii ics,' c i a
tod d ..1 more than man's in-
to \ It appl
- i to tho r impact < f
the whole sexual revolution lo-
lay, including th to gel
more freedom for ill the vays
th dy c i n b shown,
use I and abus td i pu ill l.--
In a sense, tho p illtics if the
recent report or the Commia
on Obscenity arid Pornography
are more Interesting thin the
sex in it. For the sexual part of
the majority report represents
the traditional liberal attitude
toward sexual freedom. But the
political willingness to organize
this attitude as a policy, and
thereby to brave all the tumul'
of political storms islight or
wrong something new and no-
t ible in our time.
What makes it possible? 'file
clue is I think, the fact of Wo
sexual revolution in America.
The control of the smut scene
today is a problem in i>olitic;'l
and social censorship. But you
can say little about censorship
unless you are willing to say
something firs! about h
< ditj and ts Instin nd
emotional base, and it t
massive aim >sl cur-
rent effoi t to sweep
ban iers standii the w ty of
II expression.
MUCH OF it is exhib tionist,
Is hysterical; some of it m
fort to compensate foi sic-
tii ab >ui sexual ineffei I
and much of it is sheer aimless
violence. But we can't write it
off that way.
At the core is an authe
striving for freedom. The move-
ment to c'.o away with the clut-
tering restrictions in the anti-
pornography laws, like the move-
ment for sexual education in
the schools, is an utterance u!
this anguished cry for freedom.
What are we to do about it?
I don't go with those who hail
the Lockhart Report because
they teel that all the fences will
now go down between people
and pornography, any more than
I go with one of the dissenting
minorities, which starts by -ail-
ing the majority repoi t "a Mug-
na Carta for the pornogra;>',i :.
Fnlike the question ot :
speech, which is a question ot
fundamental social principle, tho
problem of how to deal with smut
is a policy problem. Which means
that it deals in shadings, and
cannot be resolved by either-or
and neither-nor.
Like others I have witnessed
the smut scene not only in the
Times Square area in New York
but in similar areas in other
American cities. It is not pretty.
I am not convinced that becaus
total freedom on pornography
for adults seems to work in He i-
maik it will th-1 efi n work in in
United St ites. D-tni*h sociel;. Is
k complex and less tensiun-
' ". than American, with i is
bittei heril ge to overcom
I should prefer to move moi j
slowly toward the total iboli-
tion of adult '''-train's, as
might feel one's way by degn
into icy or scalding water.
I agree with those commissi in
members who feel that th" lon?-
range problem Ls not one for
legislation but for education. I
should like to see the repeal or
the legislation keep pace with
the progress of educationin the
schools and family and the me-
diainstead of inflicting a scar
of outrage.
It is interesting that none of
tho leftist countries has darjd
break d >wn the pornography
fences. Th" Scandinavian coun-
t li which arc politically in l-
ci.it \ have done it. A nation
which values freedom like Amer-
ica, has a high stake in applying
it in thiv area, too. But the pa<
of re ary change in Ami -
Ic < .- alre idy Incr ?dibly r ip I,
and t'r.e shock of ch Iras-
!: r.
this is am. th more rea-
son for th kind of pnig -
whic'i will not destroy the i
clal b nds m >r quickly than
they can be repaired. The i
poarc'n is still ricVety, 'ntt ,".
own feeling is that a relaxation
of sexual hangups will help
rather than hinder the mental
health of most Americans.
But the kind of distinction the
Supreme Court has been mak-
ing, between the socially valuable
erotic literature and the haid-
core pornography, ought not to
be wholly discarded. This is a
goal toward which we "houul
move, but not in frantic haste.
In this case, as in many
readiness is i II
iU'. Ji
Art For Young Collector
"An Introduce >n to Art foi I '
Young C" Hector" will be
theme wl The Third Tuesda
i grc i;> of 25 young Temple B
Sholoi neets at North
Mi imi's Ga rj 3. 12426 W. Dixie
Hwy., Mi r.daj al 3 p.m.. Barry
Kutin, tup's chaii man, has
announced.
J lie L/Uotrtcit of K^Jltolci Joran tJLjau of Greater Miami
wish to express their eomlolenees
to their President
MR. MENASHE HIRSCH
on the passing of his father
CHAIM YAKOY HIRSCH
May the Almighty Console Him Among
the Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem
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rCelicriopfS <^<
'3
ervices
............ -.1 > 1........ ......' "'' '"
\Tlte iKabbi ^pealia Jrom J lie f^ulpit
' "i
MUMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz 2
] iiiay s:30 p.m.
EETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
EETH DAVID. 2*26 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
turdfty : a.m. Th Tnraii Lemon
.? Milsvah: Marc. >......i Mr. anil
- Morton Wi Inbergi r
BETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Soloition Schiff 5
i luj 6:45 p.m Snturdn; 9 .. m Bi r-
ci by Rabbi s.lnii: "Sincerity I"
iimiitm.nt." 6:4." p.m. Mlncha.
i'iht: Wednevda) 8:31 p.m Ho-
. nah Rabbnh Thurndaj > a m ) '-
Memorial Service l" a.m. Mlncha
." p ni Krklaj 9 : m Hakofos
i .tii ProceHil..... ilurius service.
EETH KODE5H 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson 6
> I't'iiT. lVedne&da> 6:3n p.m Thurs-
> v."." ain Ytxkor Memorial Ser-
. ai i" :(" a in s. mon. "Wall i me
iii.ii ThuraatO 7 I" ii.ni. Sini-
u Torah. Torah Procennioii Frida}
1 a in.
EETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8h
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
in iliiy : in .'ill ::" |i in.
ISRAEL (Temole) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10
la\ | s- .a........I*i mIns
' '. ti The Si1', kah Sui( i^
IfRAEL'TE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rr.bbi Avrom L.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
It in Sa'ir ''. \ v I", a m
- nhhal Hoi Hi Mm .i .-. i mon "Whnl
ippem 'i To 'n 'I' .'i. rnai : i >l
Mlncha ''." p.m.
- Ill IT \\ i il.....lay rlaxhann Rnn-
7 a in p.m. Thurada}
a iii. Shemenl Atieret. Vlskor
norlal 8i i \ .- i" ii in Sermon:
iperatlon R>-Entry Jewlwh Stvle."
I" i*iii Slmchal Torah Eve Efakka-
Torah I'"- en*.....ill Frld ij I"
IS .i.in Hak-
Ti !.:\i Pr........ nal
CR OLOM (Temple) 87S5 S.W. 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
nian. Cantor Beniamin Ben Ari 13
v ii m Sa'ur l.i'. 8(1 a in
i"Cl IT U i un.--.lav '. ::' p in Thura-
* j B.3(l and B:3Q p.m.
Kronish. Cantor David Conviter 21
Friday 3:15 p.m. Bermnn: 'Tan You
Sparc Five ay.--." Saturday 10:4"i a.m.
Bar Mtlzvah: Ariel, MI of Mr. and
Mi.v Benny I&del8teiu; anil Paul Kel-
] Hon. non of Mr. aiKl Mr.-. Peter W'ris.*.-
Iilatl.
Sl'CCOT: Wednesday 1:15 p.m. Sim-
; hat Tonih-Shemhil Atseret Bervlcen
(Family Hakofnt Service). Thursday
l < : 4 "> am Slmchal Torah-Bhemr.il
Atieret Service* (Ylnkor-Memorlal).
< "iiiiM-rrai ion Kindergarten through
i rade Twoi
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBKEW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Friday 7 p.in. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sl'CCOT: Wednesday 6 Sfl p m. Thure-
daj 9 a.in anil 7 p.m. Kriilai a in
EMANU-EL (TiiMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24
Friday i: p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: ''New Year Has BegunHum
shall We Face It?" Bar Mltivah: Ste-
wart Randall, son of Mr. and .Mrs.
Arnold l.h-litnian.
8UCCOT: Wednesdas 6 p.m. Hoshann
Rabbah Thursday Sheminl Atsereth
: a in. Visitor Memorial Servlci
10:30 a in. 7 p.m. Sinn lias Torah
llol.ui'..i by the Youth o( the Tei iple
Friday '.' am Slmchaa Torah Rabbi
Lehrman will preach. Junior Con-
gregation 10:30 a in both Thursday
ami Friday,
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grnts 25
Friday C:4S p.m Saturday !' a in.
M'l'i'nT Wednesday 6:45 p.m Thurs-
day 9 a.m. Sheminl Atseret. Sermon:
whin Are The Final Results?" Mln-
. hi i". ;i in Friday 9 a.m, Slmchnt
Torah. Sermon: "No Joj Uk The
Joj i if Torah."
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Kabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Eng-i. ^o
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrficld.
Cantor Abraham Seif 2/
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 6?0 75th St.
Conservative. Rubbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
1 FERETH ISRAEL. 6*rO N. fvi.ami
Ave. Conservative. Cantor March,
i ein-Marbiny 14
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T FERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
Jth Ave. Conservative. 15
3 day vi."> p.m. Saturday P:3U i m
- 'I'd IT: \\ ednesday 7 p m 'I! ur
9:30 in Shi mini Atzi n 111. Yll-
Mi mortal s- n i, nl |0:3fl a m
i 7 ] in Frida; 9 m. Slmchal
:..!i
2 ON (TEMPLE), t.000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shi-
I iro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
3600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirsclienbaum. 35
miam: beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Av-i
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever. 17
EETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
ii 'v 7 p.m.
- i-i-nT: Wednesday 7 am ami 1:35
i Hnshannah Rabbah. Thursday
' in. Sheminl Atseri '. Mlncha
' .ii p.m. Frida) v.m a m Slmchas
' rail.
EETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
f ccoT: Wednesdi 6:.1ii in Thurs-
% 9:30 a in risknr Memorial Set -
al 10:80 a.in Sermon "A Re i-
(Vnus \\ iih Tli- I';,-i Mlncha
ii p.m Frldaj K 3u a m Slmchat
" rah.
EETH RAPHAEL (TEMI'LE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Rml). Cantor Saul Breeh 20
EETH SHOLOWl (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatuni Waterw.iy. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
Sl'CCOT: Wednesday S a.m. Hosh-
anali Rabbah. Mlncha 6:3" p m. Thurs-
day 8:4^1 am Sheminl Atsereth Yw.-
I,i.i- Memorial Bervli ai 1":::" a m
Sermon: "What Can We Do To
Remember Tin- Past?" 7 p.m. Slm-
chal Torah-Procession with The
Ton h.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
SFPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
si i i-iiV Thursday v::i a in Sheminl
a Sermon: "Our Bhalosh
Regallms." Friday 8:8fl a.m. Sim nal
- hi.i- "A I.if.- i if Purpose
Ami .\it nntng."
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7501 E. Treasure Dr.,
North Bay Villane. Conservativa
Cantor Leon Seaai. 32-A
NORTH M'AMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 102S
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative. Rabbi Milton Schlinskv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiz. i;.mtor Jacob Renzer. 34
Saturday B:30 a.m. Bar Mltivah: Jef-
frey, sun nf Mr. anil Mrs. Israel
Abrams; anil Blmon, sun of Mr. anil
rs. Maximilian Feldsteln Sunday a.m.
liar Mltivah: Steven, son ..f Mr. ami
Mrs. Reuben Ungar.
Sl'CCOT: Wednesday 7 a m. Hoshan-
ali Rabbah. Thursdaj I SO a m shtmi-
ni Atsereth, Ylskor Memorial Services
ai 9:45 a.m, Slmchal Torah (Hakafnt)
ai 7::" pin. Frida) B ::" a.m. Slmchal
Torah.
B'NAI RAPH/.EL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Raloh p. Kingsley. Cantor
Irving Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 10:30 a in
Itat Hltsvah: Wendy, daughter of,
Mr. ami Mis QeraM Osmnn.
SL'CCOT: Wednesday p.m. Slmchal
Tnrah observance. Tliur.stlay 10:30
i a.m. Sinn-hat Torah and Ylnkor.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah F.
Caplan. 38
Friday 8:80 p.m. Saturday 0 a.m. Ser-
mon: '"llixlllf I'l-nviil.-ni-i- "
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday : a.m
M rcnT>lxlily '.:::i' n.m Tlmrs
lay [ a in. ami 6:30 p.m. Friday I"
a.m.
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Frida) vi.*. p.m. Discussion Sabbath.
81TCCOT: Wednesday 8 p.m, Hakofal
SerA'ice, Consecration nf new students
in Kindergarten *'lass. Thursday 11:15
a in sheminl Atieret. Memorial Ser-
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Nathan Zolondek. 41
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TfeMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANL-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 43
1HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday *:l"' p.m. Annual Sukkos
Family Service ami Consecration of
First iWail,- ami new students. Thurs-
day 10:30 a in Sheminl Atsereth,
Yickor Memorlul Prnyi rs.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172t
Monroe S:. Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvino '
Gold. 46
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
M1RAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wmo-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 43
Frida) v p.m Saturdn) 9 a in
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Kabbi Morris A. Ijkop
Cantor Erner.t Schreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D Vine
50
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Keeping Up With The Times
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
16 Tishri 6:32
Former Nazi Appeals
Conviction, Is Freed
rKabbinictal evision
Vr
>s
roarams
Oct.
Oct. \* t"h. A. 8:30 ...ii-,. Tho First Estate
Subject: "Do Clergymen Face the Issues?"
"* Girost: Jack I. Green
Moderator: Rev. Luther Pierce,
""piine!: Rabbi Avrom Dra/in, representative from
Archdiocese of Miami and representative ol Hie
Fellowship of Churches.
15?-- Ch. 7. 10 a.m.--"The Still Small Voice"
'^v-Topic- "Soviet Jewry"
s^, -Host: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, Temple Belli A 11
Guests: Arnold Feliner, Staff Coordinator for Jr,\-
ish Youth Council"' of Greater Miami; Alfred
Union. Martin Sturman and David Abramowitz.
Ch.1(1. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Director of Gl
.Miami Jewish Federation Community Chap-
laincy Service.
Topic: "The Joys Of Torah"
FRANKFURT 1JTA1 Dr.
Fran/ Lucas, one of the del .1-
danta In the Auschwitz trial who
had been sentenced to ."'_ \ 1
Imprisonment, had his appe 1 up-
held. He was acquitted despite
the fact that the Jury found h -
had aided in the murder of sev-
eral thousand Jews by selecting
for death the elderly who ar-
rived in Auschwitz, The Kirj
ba=ed its evidence on the *tate
prosecutor's words thai Lucas
had been i 1 a difficult '< tlo
and no one could have
him to endanger hlmsell
ing (Iher people.
Informi d sources hei
out thai there Is no
thai any Nazi had :
Ished f ir refusina; to take
in such actions; they always had
the alternative of volunteorln
for front-line service. In VI
former SS member Josej h A', n-
del. ;(). was acquitted lasl
because "lie had acted 'mi-
orders" In participatine ;'- '
murder of ..oo Jews in 194
del was one of the drivers n
infamous "gas ears" thai
dated the gas chambers.
Oct. IH
I

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Thi pagr U prepared In
cooperation teith the Greater
Midmj Rdbbimcdl Association.
Conr.lmatiir oj the featurei
dhn^^rine here it
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leade- of
Temple Zamora
Coral Gables


By RABBI K. J. WINOGRAO
Temple Israel of Mlnuniir
Sonv years ago, in the late ."0's
and early 60's, the automotive in-
dustry here in the United Slates
began to undergo drastic physical
change. The autoa that began to;
app ar on the roads during those
years had suddenly grown "fins"
and very large tail sections, which
made seme of them look similar to ,
rocket ships.
This, it was thought, was a
modernization effort on th part
of Detroit to make their produol
keep up with the limes of the roc-
ket age and rocket-like 1 i!l
quarters were thought to be Hie
thing." It was discovered that ihese
large and bulky additions to ih
automobile were not only unattrac-
tive and cumbersome, but were
also an unnecessary additional ex-
pense to repair, however.
As we continue to move ihea I
in all phases of human endeavor.
we frequently hear "keeping up
with the times" and "moderni
lion" and other such terms, calling
for change, reevaluation and al-
tei ition of our establishment. \V<
would not :! any time argue the
fact that man must constanilj
! reinve3tigate his steps in ordei to
see thai he Is traveling in th. 1 hi
dii ection. There comes a I im -.
however, when man- with all of
'iis ingenuity and inn te genius
can find himself modernizing to
ih point ol defeating his own pur-
; '-''
Detroit discovered this, is we
mentioned earlier, realizing til I
just to modernize for the snke of
chang" is. to say t Ii least, > >'-
hardy. Change is not important
when it accomplishes nothing ex-
cept the word itself.
In the faith of Judaism, as !n
other faiths as well, we ha\' ul&o
heard in recent years the demand;
for change, the insistence for re-
cvaluatlon, and the cry for a new
iook in the faith of our fathers. \\'.-
who are concerned with the better-
ment of mankind would lv th '
last to argue with the need of
mankind to leevaluate bis ,n!'
with our Creator, Blessed be nis
Name.
1 Reevaluation and change, how-
ever, In religion or in anything
else, does nol mean change for Ui*'
rake of change, but rather ohtng?
for the sake of concrete, piw n
accomplishments. If change means
ihat the age-old proven moraliti 8
of our forefathers, which gave usj
the prophet-, of Isaiah and Jere-
miah, no longer forbid us to com-
mit crimes in the streets ii ui'l
and to disobey and show lack of
1 for our parents, then 1 tain
this is not change for the bet to.-,
destruction,
in old saying which .ve
heard thai goes like this ,
' ...... was a RUCCesS, but'
' tionl died." Many, v.;>'
ould have us cut this away and
'! away, eliminate this and
would declare their surge y
faith successful, and then'
find th the surgery was
faith h ,
I Ij we have f 1 "i 1 thai
those who seek to slice away -.1
Judaism (we si >ak here only of
our faith, we make no attempt to
speak for other denominations),
have completi d th -ii surgery suc-
cessfully but their lives as Jews
have been d alt a fatal bl >.v. A
:. on must be licensed : per-
form bis delicate life-and-deat!i
ict; so, we feel, musl an individual
- to chop away .it
Judaism. He must be equally
knowledgeable before he Ukesl
life and death of a faith into his
hands.
Let's be modern and let's be up
to date. Let's look to the future
and let's reevaluate existing stag-
nation. Let us do this intetlig-ntlv.
educationally, pedngogically, how
ever, and not as the wild afaoi
who holds his hatchet and swings
widly. smashing and crushing ev-
erything in sight, just to accomulish
his uncivilized and unknowlt-d ;-
able goals.
We pray the Almighty lb 1
of us in our enlightened age ,- 1
be so enlightened, as to rein., ., .
gate our great traditions .
enter the Holy portals of
and Bible learning, to see
sometimes going back can
mean going ahead.
I Question
Box
By KABBI SAM I HI. J. I (>\
Win is it a CUStOin to -
someone with the pxprrtninii
"Vastier Roach?"
Tii- Talmud (87a 1 relati
when Muses broke the I
hearing the ten Command!
the Almighty expressed agr
with him saying "Yashei K
that you broke them I.,:
translated this means '"Maj i,-
strength lor capabilityi be ini
lor Justified) because you
the tablets." it may also mean
"may your act be justified, mi"
sense that the action was
ranted and beneficial.
In expressing gratitude '
something thai was done, on
ply assures his benefactor, ir ex-
presses his hope, that the tx
ent act which was perform I I
his b half Ix1 proven worthj ni
that the recipient of the fa
proven worthy of this kin I
In response to this the lie", .
replies "B'ruchim Tlhyu' > 11
you ix' blessed i.e.. may you
efit and prove this fa\
while.
Fome read into this n bl -- '.
for th' benefactor, which wishei
him th '.' his "power" or "potei
be 11- 'd justly and with right
lie-s.
Why is a cemetery called Betl
Olam?"
The expression is trace i Ii th
Biblical Book of Ecclesiastes i.'"'1
which says "For a man
ing (l.c.destined) for the :)
his et-rniiy (or eternal home' yd
the mourners 1 i.e.. those ,\h> U '
gize him) are waiting Tn*
word "Olam" is sometimes I
latcd "world" which BIB)
thai man proceeds to the 'nd 0
his world. In this verse most pre*
for to translate it as "his eternal
bom,'.''
A similar expression is I
Egyptian literature when re
to th" life after deal!) is Uf
"house of eternity." Bj using ""
expression the Individual iV
presses bis belief in the immortt
ity of the soul" when he tl
the cemetery. The grave is tn
not the end of man's ex -1 !l"
but rather a sign that man
found his place in eternitj M"
now becomes immortal.
In this same vein of thought
cemetery Ii called "Beth ha-t2y-
yim," i.e.. the House of
eating that those who lie there
are not dead but living in B 'llf'
lerenl sense of the word.


October 16, 1970
+Jknisti ncridfiair?
Page 11. A
f T Hillel Community
irt Bossak Is Maccabee liu m vl tormed .,, t-,:,.
Day School Opens Willi 87 Student*
Lodge's Guest Speaker
| munity Day School, currently
loused in Hollywood's Temple
old Jewish magic which
;i Finger of pride to beliefs
values which many claim to
llil-fashioned and obsolete will
[ subject of Tuesday's talk by
(iossak, Florida Region I-i-
L, oi the IJ'n.riBirth-- Y-uih
hnrzutlon, at the Forte Tow-
meeting of Maccabee Lodge,
. B'rith.
Irs. Bossak win describe how
teaches the meaning of Juda-
i i BBYO's volunteers .0.1!
|vi) Hoard of Directors mcm-l
- well as hundreds of lew-
rs and young adu'.t .
Bill v.'n mi she works each y ur.
1 -\ Bossak, now in her 20ih
[>ar with BBYO, came to Miami
I ut i >ur years ago from Ada
I C.i.. where she worked [or
p m; 16 years as a part-time dire -
nd was twice nominal I for
Atlanta Woman of the Year. A
Irograrn specialist, she has worked
I newspaper and in the field of
vi| rights. She was reared 1:1 the
t irshl Belt, where she manag 1
*4L
so
Continued From Page 4-A
izing a "subsitutc" foi
s hanoukville, by expanding the
lines running through
i. os. These were much quote*]
thai the Cambodian j l-
venluve would no! have decisive
1 Is.
BY NOW. however, the It
masses of enemy In :
ken In Carol) idia n
1 en analyzed. The irms
a through Sihanoukviile
en meticulou>lv r :od.
; -ull has been to |)TOVC
Cambodian supply y-
- a lually providinc ;li
vith more than 21,CuO
innum!
l' you see the effecf, on
most sober judgm 'Ills,
m ii .; to believe whal '.*ou
w ,1-1 1 1 hear. Bui here you ..|-.>
s< why the Cambodian adv-'n-
ha- iii facl been even m in
derisive than iis few defenders
dared to hope at the outset.
With more than 21,000 tons ,,f
ir; [1 year coming in th*v>" 1
dia, the enemy had far
core than enough to simply all
1 s units in III and IV Corps.
' it ih the supply How stopped
is n was instantly stopped
h- 1 1 he sanctuaries were ln-
il ~l the units in III and IV
Corps were le!l without any sup-
ply at all.
THE RESULT has been v!ia<
1 yon but a certain sorl of
S senator would naturally ex-
In the rich delta pi o'. ini .-.-
of IV Corps, for instance, throe
South Vietnamese divisions of
fine quality had had their work
cut oui for them before the
Can bodian Invasion.
They were making progress,
hut t was fairly slow progress,
partly because Hanoi had s mi!
five North Vietnamese regimcits
Into the delta to brace up 'he
locals. Now. how-over, only r fin-
nants of two NVA regiments con-
tinoe to bans on there: and their
expulsion can be confi-
dently exnectd.
THE CHIEF American i.i IV
Corps. Col. John Paul Vann, has
no record of excessive ontimi-m.
Yet he now helievs thai his
corps area will ho able to "1 on
without one of its three South
Vietnamese divisions before this
ends, and wi'l be able to
soar another division early n '
1 Meanwhile, the enenv, -
rtro'-.rest and most anr'eil 10-
I al.'s in the delta are cu.v.-.:t
seized and held.
Altogether, when you reft 1
"a ib past Inroad up in n ill :v
l'\ bnre"K:iti- C01
i< scribed, this is a 1 lll-
iry 1.de.
her parents' hotel for many years,
She and her husband had two
sons: Eric, now married, is an en-
'-raioer. His brother. Peter, recent !y
enrolled in medical school.
Victoi I. Ament. president <:!
Maccabee Lodge, will anno U1CI
the 1970 winners of the second
annual Jack Peilmutter BBYO
Scholarship Essay Contest, whii 1
includes $225 in cash to three 011
testanti who, in the opinion a
tlv judges, offered the best en Iii
to the topic "The Hole of Jewisl
Youth Today. ." Mrs. France:
PerJinutter w'll mark the <
tat ion on behalf of Mae.
Lodge, and in memory of n 1
husband. Dr. Mo rig D titcil
ehaii man of the essay Conic I
Samuel Pasc ', pre- fj >r
o'' the Fl irida Sti to Associati in ol,
B'i B'rith Lodges and p isl pr< -1
dent ol the B'nai B ith Counc 1 il
South Florida Lodges, will addres
the group at 8 p.m. Thursday, iei
22 on the s ibjecl "Current bw
Fa< ng B'nai B'rith Mrs. Moin
Si Ik iv is. president of Ihe ch ipU 1
will preside.
Israel's Defenses
Endangered Bv
Soviet Artillery
WASHINGTON (JTA So- .
vict 203-mm. artillery pieces now
;> i.T,-.,t mav he powerful ;
enough to force Israel to with-
draw he lines lUrtrter back from
the S icz Canal, Washington l' isl
coiTespondent George C. Wll in
has reported.
The 2 "s. which he e n yl
h < ; deployed a'ong Ihe canal
bui can be piaccd within hams.
woi id gi 1 ail.,- aid Egypt's at-
t 1 1 .-!. ilish an east ,,.dc
be .<' h ri 1 d l' e :' 1 i 'i Unl
I anal .
her na> y, 1 '1 coi v n in lent .< ild |
Jel engines ...... 'ired !>
the C ee- I Fieri C.-mp
a.. earmarked I ir use in '- !
plane.; uii'.'er an ;. eem 'lit-in-
princ ": th Israeli i\
ernment, the State Department
and G.E., acc 'i I i: 1 Ihe Post'
reporter Mlchm! Gell -r. Th 1 n-
gine, a rough prol 1 t> pe of liich
has already been test-flown ill
i-.mi 1. is a mod'.fic 'ion of i>
,1-7't that Ihe Unit' 1 States ,i is
b en 'nding Israel for us.' in
Phantom F-4Es. Irsael is repoit-
edlv urging G.E. to improve the
J-79 further by using lightweight
11 some els to Incr; 1S1
the jet s sp >ed and 1 ange. I
is unal I to mass |>r duce i-7:>-
011 i'el ow n it w as
DR. JOEL B. DNMIS
Hi ih Shalom school building at
17_'."> Monroe St., had an opening
Cabinet1 Approves Term
Extension For General
TEL AVIV UTA Th? Cabi-
net has approved a year-l mg
extension of Gen. Haim Bar
Lev's term as Chief of Staff 0'
the Israeli Army. K was sched-
uled to complete a three-yea
term next January, bul was 1
ommended for an extension by
Defense Minister Moshe Da. an
Bar-Lev is the third Chef 0!
Staff to be so honored; the first
two were Gen. Dayan and lien.
Vit: hi k Rabin, now ambas.- 1 loi
to the United Slates.
Premier G 1I1 la Meir, in a '"' ter
to Gi n. r.ai-l.ov. n led the g iv-
,.-.. fi .nt's il est em of your
work as Chief of Staff durin a
ad in which oi'- secu ilv
[cms arc so di! I cull n l
ilex." Mrs. Me'r express' d
hi r di light at the "continuation
Of (Hir joint Jl -I. Which tO 111 '
s a source of c ml lence and
. 1 act ion." <' "i. Bar-Lev, \\o
u uS i) irn in Y islav 1 and 1 du-
cal d it Columbia University i.i
New York, will be 46 next month.
lav enrollment of 87 students, Its
president, Dr. Joel H. Dennis, re-
ports.
Hillel Da/ School, a modern,
progressive Jewish school with
classes from kindergarten through
sixth grade, has a dual curriculum
of Hcbralc-rellglous and general
studies. Its aim is to provide a
complete education for its stu-
dents, preparing them to lie an
asset to the Jewish community as
well as good American citizens.
A holiday treat will be scrvid
to the studi nis in the school S icea
which was decorated by the chil-
dren, by the room mothers Mon-
day. Mrs. Arthur Lipson, chairman
if the room mo the is, will be as-
sisted bv Mrs. Don Solomon 1 :ln-
dergarten), Mrs. Micha Scheck
-1 grade 1, Mrs. Hai ve;
12nd grade), Mis. Muriaj / fleck
13rd grade<, Mrs. Josh' a "
Beth I 1 Installation
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual
leader, will install the officers and
hoard of Temple Beth El s Broth-
1 hood at its installation-dinner
meeting in the temple's Tobin A i-
din rium Sunday at 6 p.m. Fea-
tured ent< rtain. r will be TV and
nighl club personality Jerry Hand.
berg 1 lib grade), Mrs. Artl r
Moyel 1.">ih grade 1 and Mrs. Edv
Kai,in 1 iit!i grade.<
Rabbi Simon Murciano is pi
i; til of Hillel Community l>
school, which Serves Jewish la -
lies In North Dad.' and Sol
Bn ward Count les.
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1_ Page 12-A
+Jmistncrk#an
Friday. October 16. ;;-Q
national RESTAURANT month
"It's IN tq EAT OUT." That's the theme for October, which National
Restaurant Month.
Restaurant Month will be the biggert mieuthly promotion ewer caudtcted
by the food service industry. Restaurantsincluding drive-ins. cafeterias,
coffee shops and fine dinner housesare planning special treats during
the month.
"Eating out" in the public mind has become associated with relaxation
and pleasure, according to the surveys made by the National Restaurant
Association. The "eating out" occasion means side-tracking dull routine
cooking and washing dishesand having fur. for all instead.
The widespread growth of various types of eating establishments and
the green variety cf fine foods offered has contributed to the growing popu-
larity of "eating out for fun."
For many people, eating out has become c family tradition, end
restaurants went more families to experience the same plecsures.
National Restaurant Month is sponsored by the Notional Restaurant
Association, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year.
At present there aze about 371.300 awcy-from-home eating establish-
ments. This cmounts to one eating place for every 539 persons in the country.
Abcpi 38 biliicr. meals are served by these establishments each year, end
approximately 3.3 million persons are employed in the industry.

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PKKSF^TFII Til KOI till THE KM WTES1 OF TIIK FOLLOWING KESTAMIAXTS
AFRICAN VILLAGE RESTAURANT
5301 N.W. 17th Avenue,
Miami, Fla. 33142 691-9354
ALGIERS RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
2555 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 538-1732
THE APACHE LOUNGE
10651 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Fla. 33138 757-8441
ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
1201 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Ha. 33145 379-5800
ASTI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godf-ey Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 534-2470
(Enlarged dining room)
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE-2 Locations
12885 Biscayne Boulevard
North MiajM. Fla. 33161 891-6700
3S90jty|yr.|3oth St., Miami 634-8001
BAR-B-Q-BARN
9800 N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Fla. 33147 691-1381
IG Q BARBECUF GRILL
8700 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Miami, Fla. 33147 691-9415
BISCAYNE CAFETERIA-2 Locations
9900 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, Fla. 33138 758-5212
1917 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 379-6873
BONFIRE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
1700-79th Street Causeway
North Bay Village, Fla. 33141 865-3431
CAVE FANTASTIC RESTAURANT I
1005-5th Street
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 532-9126
Sid Newrruan, Owner
S
CHEZ VEND0ME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way
: 70.^094 Coral Gables, FU. 33134 445-7821
BAR
CHINESE VIUAGE RESTAURANT
5958 South Dixie Highway
Miami, Fla. 33143 667-2125
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables, Florida 33134 446-7031
COPERNICOS RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162 621-0944
THE COUNTRY STORE RESTAURANT
2880 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove., Fla. 33133 444-3045
CULPEPPER PLANTATION PIT BARB-CUE
1550 N.E. 164th Street
N. Miami Beach. Fla. 33162 945-7011
Call for take-out orders N. Miami Beach 945-7011
DANKER'S MOTEL-INN
5890 S.W. 8th Street
West Miami, Fla. 33144 666-2587
Superb Cuisine
DeFERES CAFE
762 N.W. 183rd Street,
Miami, Fla. 33169 621-9572
El PRADO
1405 West 49th Street
Palm Springs Mile
Hialeah, Fla. 33012 821-8391
FYLNN'S DIXIE RIBS
15295 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami, Fla. 33157-235-3227
(Specializing in ribs, chicken, steak & Key Lime pie)
THE FORGE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
432 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 534-4536
FOX'S SHERR0N INN
603O South Dixie Highway
South Miami, Fla. 33143 661-9201
THE GIBSON GIRL RESTAURANT
1546 N.W. leJeune Road
Miami, Ha. 33126 633-6515
GRAN HABANA RESTAURANT
1400 W. Flaqler Street
Miami, Fla. 33135 643-9151
GUS THE FAMOUS CORNED BEEF KING
1451 North Ray shore Drive
Miami, Fla. 3313? 374-9111
HO TOY CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
3980 S.W. 8th Street
Miami. Fla. 33134 445-6655
HOUSE OF CHEN T0NG
1232 N.E. 163rd Street
N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162 945-1722
HOUSE OF FIVE LORDS BARBECUE CORP.
1604 N.W. 95th Street
Miami, Fla. 33147 691-9484
HOUSE OF MOY LEE RESTAURANT
634 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 532-9551
HOWARD'S COFFEE SHOPPE
7300 Red Road
South Miami, Fla 33143 661-9383
Featuring "Stay-Slim" Menus
LA CASA SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
12625 W.Dixie Highway
North Miami, Ha. 33161 891-6802
US VEGAS INN
13033 W. Dixie Hiahway
North Miami, Fla. 33161 891-9065
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT & SUB SHOP
920 71st Street
Miami Beach, Fla 33141 866-9103
LION'S SHARE RESTAURANT
No. 1 14615 W. Dixie Highwav
North Miami, Ha. 33160 945-9342
No. 2 16744 N.W. 27th Ave. 625-5231
LOS BOCHEROS RESTAURANT
981 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Ha. 33130 379-6094


riday. October IS. 1970
+Jewish fhrlrlitr
Page 13-A
'Even Greyhound Bus Could
Be A Target For Hijacker'
NEw YORK it is conceivable
hat the hijacking tactics recently
Led in tho Middle East could Ik
faplied here in the United State;
[aboard a G-erhomd h"s." t"v
American Jewish Committee ha*
Carried In an article in its curren
Bewslettef.
The AJC detai'ed the Ideology
Up!,......t. i&Oietrination, t>*aininf
Iml pledges of solidarity that unlfc
Btremist groups now operati,.:
ithm the united States with rev
lutionary movements openitin:
round tho world. It also uointet
pattern of increasmg terror
. .nee, arson, bombings an'
lomlcid perpetrated by Ameri
extremists that would mafci
nmestic hijacking a logical ncx
|"Hostage-taUng is a great multi
.,' tho article declared. "Will
a small handful of daring cow
may extort big eoncessioas
hat happened in the Jordaniai
desert yesterday may happen here
tomorrow aboard a domestic flight
or a Greyhound bus. Anyone not
just a small group of people :n a
distant land may be a victim."
At the same time that it pre-
sented facts to illustrate a rising
tide of revolutionary activity: witn-
in tho United States, however, the
VJC expressed concern for its ef-
"ects on American democracy.
"Tho repression which still more
xtrcm" terrorist tactics may in-|
.nire Is awesome to think about."
the article stated. "So is the mo--
b'o effect on tho nation's a)rea ly
nf lamed political consciousness.
Tie wilder the small handful >f
^xt-emists' acts, the harder .t will
econie for the millions in lb
beral and responsib'e left camps
"o make themselves heard."
Based on research conducted bv
Vlilton Ellerin, director of AJC's
"-n ticle pointed out that the Septem-
ber hijackings were UOMfWn
new only in that hostages were
gr^bb?d out of the air en masse
with the intention *jf*tNN|E%M||
them for political prisoners.
"The other ingredients were Iheiel
before." it continued. 'There had
been many political hijackings,
most often to Cuba, and repeated
attacks taken too light'y by:
the world on Israeli aviation.
American and other diplomats had
been kidnapped, and some had boon
killed, by Latin American revolu-
tionaries. With exploits like these
widely publicized, a big couo. some-
where, was logica-ly bound to fol-
low."
"While these groups have r.o
UaUii-1 eomnand or. authority. ',*.
continued," a coordinating appa-
ratus of sorts was created early in
49'JrBUvii,t' STOTrWWWrt HUB
tal conference that the Internal
Security Subcommittee of the
U.S. Senate Judiciary Committfe
stated was sponsored by Moscow
as well as Peking. The Maoist Lac
prevailed at this meeting.' the
article asserted." Implying no
!>eaceful reform only revolution-
ary violence.
American extremist groups. l:ke
revolutionary movements in 3 >uth
America, Asia and Africa, look
upon the United States as "tiv
chief imperialist oppressor," th
nrticl" declared.
"The Tti-Continental setup !s
still based ir. Havana." tho article
continued, "and Cuba remains a>
major link between guerrilla mo\e-l
ments and American revolution-l
arias. About 1,000 young \meri-]
i cans have gone there openly for in-
doctrination and to help cut sugar.
j cane; others come and go furtively .
At Tri-Continental's 1967 con
vention. Stokely Carmichael called
V,
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SIMBA DINING ROOM
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Greek and Jewish cuisine
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on U.S. blacks to create Vietnam?
in their cities:' at the 1968 meeting,
a leader of the Weatherman fac-
tion of Students for a Democratic
Society pledged to 'forge a mass
movement- that would 'unite with
other revolutionary groups In th1*
U.S. and ether parts of the world.' "
The taking of hostages is 'a
common revolutionary technique."
the article stated, and added:
"Kidnapping of spies, police or
politicians figure^5' large in the
widely distributetb!W'"imanorl ef
,% MP'i^H^."- b* th'Br.3-
Lilian terrorist Carlos Manghoi a.
now dead. On Aug. 18. Tom Hay-
den, one of the early radical stu-
dent loaders, to'.d the National
Student Association that such kid-
napoinis would occur frequently
in the United States In the future."
That such activity may have be-
gun already the article continued,
'a evidenced by the San Rnfael.
Cali'.. shoot-out of Aug. 7. in
which an attemnt to take hostages
for three blacks bMng tried for
murdering a prison euard re-
s'tlted in the murder of the pre-
siding judge, one of the would-be
-inductors and two of the prison-
ers.
Th- article noted that "the cent
was hailed as a new revolutionary
chapter by Hayden and, perhaps
mor" significantly, by the Black
Panther organization."
"It is a well establ:shod fact."
he articl" contended, "that the
Panthers have close ties with Arab
'fedaveen.' An International Pan-
ther headquarters has been set up
in Algiers." it stated, "and oven
before Eldridge Cleaver (the exiled
Panther leaden announced its for-
mation on Sept. 13, the Panther
newspaper said the new unit was
to maintain contact with the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization.
"In addition." it continued, "the
Panthers are believed to have re-
ceived funds and guerrilla training
from Algeria, as well as Red China,
and on January 30. a CBS com-
mentator said El Fatah was think-
ing of training Panthers for sabo-
tage and assassination in the United
States."
While violence-prone groups in
this country are small and sepa-
rate, the article stated, "their tone
and tactics have become increas-
ingly threatening."
It pointed to the fact that "ter-
-or and violence, particularly
i gainst police, have replaced mere
harassment and confrontat'on. Un-
derground leaders proclaim that
'the revolut;on has begun.' On July
14, the FBI reported that the
Weathermen were reorganizing on
^(iwiti,^| I'noq for Arab-style
guerrilla warfare."
Noting that the would-be air
-!-ato killed ;" the abortive at-
tempt on an El Al plane on Sept.
7 turned out to have been an
American, th" artie'e asked, "how
many others like him stand ready?"

U-M Music School Is
Gershwin Festiffil sponsor
The first two I'rugrams of the
three-dav George 'dtA***Jn Festi-
val will be pros' n*S County Auditorium ZtaeafthY an<1
Wednesday. Oct. 27 and 28. it has
'eon anno'tnc <' SstfdWi|1'Trforrn'
ince Is slated T'WWt0 eVening
in Miami Beach ttdMbMAK.
ZZ .art ,ir
The Festival, which is sponsored
'> the University of J4tami School
of Music, will : uJAJiwfcd *v -n,
mi mbi r of the U-M music facul-
ty who is the a ffy^aftf^rshwin's
ipliy. in ::..v.iii;g,'11-PS of
icorge < rshwin." and the entire
core of Gershw^aJlPrflm
being played fo#TTTOj|nll audi-
noo for the firs! rjmF^oii open-
ing night Of tut- lK"W$il. during
which idl of his s ii;> 's works will
be performed. Tio'kiAJare free, but
must bo roqw Sictflfv mail. Send
stamped, sclf-aricu,t*licd envelope
to Gershwin Fes*fWn\ University
of Miami. P.O. Box 8073, Coral
Gables. Fla. SSflDlfX-


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'Life As Usual9 Doesn't Mean Complacency
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ii la 'iii in (he, eoi d i i chool bul I>; Garret
uatci i i""- l*ii total ol i'ii ng Instructor in .
i i'|uoxim 11 |) in.
"II hi" I hint that Ik hi I In pr
. in I raef, Di '". ii rel i h lid, "H is the hitch cost
irtlng equipment, i |jcciully electrical equipm-.m*-.
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Following tin World Championships, Dr. Garret) plan
i.i return in the United States. "I'm trying to net Israel
la lend three or four fencort t*> the World Undar-23
Ouunpionehlpe, which will be held al South Bend, Ind.,
he uid. "Thai \<|1| cist money, of course, so I'm asking
for help In this country. Anyone who can help should eon-
i.u-t me at Ihe Uu^il Slates Committee Sports for Israel,
Suite 1501, Hotel 'New Yorker, New York City, 10001."
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BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
"Juclea \^ eejiing" By
George C, Brauer, Jr.
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i-rminilion of thi
beg by th ''
.' tl igh th<- bo t the hist
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; m which Brauer rel
rejected by J -
to Jews the p.
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Prof. Carl Becker of 1
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George C Bl
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B iui -I e aton :
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lion to es. In recount
I iod, an rtanl
should i th thi di
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1 nd Jew -!i
Pliuris
lent .1 'i i c ii contribution.
Bei n ird E Ob m'a "( hi istian 1 i i .
. should have been
in il:
Jews, so nt fro
h re ,
bal ince lo thi bo ich 'I >gi ic statement
not !.
n nl "The Ji ws oh ou i Jesus'ex
culi : : [....,. too much
ft ler P'agued the wo: Id
roi t ,| ,. Evi nmanyCathol |
hve ivfi.....on
i uth i -\ .'. Epst in, In 'Judo
(p. I07i wrol Th. Ph | j ,.,| from tin
whole affair. Hiej nevei even rebuke : I
inic claii
Prol Bauer's accounl ol the trial ol Jesus is
narrow, questionable version. He might have
it.-il from reading Joe] Carmichael's "The Dea
Jesus" and Solomon Z Itlin's "Who Crucified Jesu
as well as Margolis and Marx' "History of the Jew .
mar..
had
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in the h<;,- .
in action and

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ire of th sacrifices wh
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Wrong-Way Lindbergl
4s We Were Saying:
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By ROBERT E. SEGAL
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|T HAS BEEN 32 years since C!
\ -'- pted the -
i h "i t" bestow fm
2 Nazi I. i -1 Hermann G
5 thn :.- aftei Muni.'!]
i !!: fh ::. i his in' .
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: their -
n nt, with Lin lb .
. to bits I
i have a waj i I end

Liberty Lobby,
lemocral




i,
'' _!i would b
late houi in his 1 m v new coin
d I'- bn i ii assertion that t J n
th Ihe Roosevelt Administration ai
- ra divation leading to '.
enl In World War II. This was his
!' "' i in I! II whi ii he Has at the i

v s Lindbergh o mesmerized by Hitler?'.Vh/
> Hitler i sp i inded and put Int
us feel with such cold efficiencj >m I
fh? Francis Hackett In his i
live study, "What Mein K impf Means to Ameri
' I n every page ol "The Wave Of The Futun '
i : th.' extraordinary degrei lo which
nder Hit r's inflc mc
1,1 '' w Mrs. Lindbergh h
wave ol the future Is coming and there is
Ii." Her husband appears to have agreed I
;i i"' displayed his acceptance ol
ol the Hitlerlan wave. Todaj hi
t:'iii thai had America stayed oul ol
W u- II, we m: .in nol now be confronted with the R i '
threat.
Lindl : di h is made his choice. He is blind to
t.-ic certainty that it Hitler had triumphed. DO -
free man would have survived. He is highly selective .ibou'
his opposition to the dark forces arrayed against i
tion. Still marching to the drums that beat hi the camp*
l those who believe In Nordic supremacy, he remains
apologist for a form of tyranny repugnant to all savi a
minute faction of his countrymen.


L~ October 16. 1970
*Jelstrk)rldHari
Page 15-A
Obituaries
athan Neta Harpaz, 80
i'KI. AVIV (JTA) Nathan
|si>.! Harpaz, 80. one of the fotin-
\,r-' ol Achdut Ha-Avoda, the
forerunner of the labor move-
enti died Saturday at his home
Jn,< was a mesaber of the first
Knesset from 194M1. Born in
to'and. he came to Israel then
Palestine In 1908 as on- of
> eond aliya." He was foun-
,r of the Agricultural Cen*er,
Jj.liS a member of the Nat ion.::
mmittee of the Jewish 'pu-
ption i'i Palestine, the Zionist
fentr.-il Committee and Mapal.
ERLIKG
B .it., I.,... Mayer, 77. of 1024 Ocean
|'r pawed Bway Ocl 5. Qime t
Ii'l |i> ears ago from Chicago.
Ln'lved bv "if,- Hone. 2 sons Mur-
I, \ Harry, i daughter Lorraine
|i...',. of \" V., 5 grandchildren. Bab-
l.:i.,, Sterll.lg wax it lies,-.nil.nl
Hi,- Itabbi "f Oer. Service* were
li.1 Tuesday al Riverside Chapel,
I m.-iii In .mi. Blnal Ceme-
)N
5HIIKUT \ 73, of Uie Rheraton
jr tmhnssndors passed away Oct.
i in in Florida. Mr. Bi-
ff v. i. member of Temple Is-
jp ihi i Inrlda Bar for s< yeara
:n.-.- nl Georgetown t'nl-
uliy, Washington, D.c, He wan a
- yi :irs and ii member
ml Hoard of Realtora since
-, H< i- survived by his wife
- M ii ih Rimon of Miami, nous
rum anil Herbert Lee Simon of
;,l Cables and a Bister Mrs. Mae
rg nl Sumter, s I' Ben Ices
re held al Riverside ChapeL
in, Ida S3, vim Washington Ave.,
bi-nt.
piro. lack a 7i, i",'i Bay Rd.,
rslde.
MAN. Marcos, 74. 610 74lh St.,
:. minds it
fcLOVE. William, 77. 832 l.Mli St,
rslde,
N, Max .1 66, 3725 S. Ocean Dr.,
i-:l.
|N. Ktla, US, ".120 Collins Ave.,
rslde,
N. Prank, SO, 6450 Collins Ave.,
.. rg
lman. Sara, 11, 1030 l.-.th St..
rdon.
N. Maurii l'... 58, 5101 S w. Nth
Gordon. I'.iterment .Ml. N'ebo.
erg. Harris P, 53, :"". N.w.
n SI Riverside.
"Z. lto>-,-. 74, 3MI1 Collins Ave.
I. H itlde
. Shi Esther, 7.",. 9372 Abbot!
. Kurfslde. Riverside.
SKY, I mils, 71. 16701 NIC. 14ib
Riverside.
N. Samuel, 83. 151 N.E. 52nd
KlriTKide.
N. Mnurice I: 56, 5301 8.W. B9th
llnrdiin.
1STOCK. Il.ilv.ii,-, 81, 332 80lh
lltiv, Hide.
MIAMI
HACK
, Cort JEfferson 1-7677
'Newman:
HI N URAL HOMI
1193 DADE BOULEVARD
Mword T. Newr-wn. F.D.
lemoriil Chapel
IfEVVISH niNCPAt D/RECfORS"
|10CAI AND OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
1 -6444 I
J338S w DIXIE MWV N M.
Miami Happenings
Madame Yitzhak Rabin, wife of Israeli Ambassador to Ihe
United States, confers the Wcmun of Valor Award upon Mis.
Debbie Wernick at the annual Hadassah Bond-with-Israel
Luncheon, as Mrs. Zelda Thau, chairman of the event, beams
her approval. Nearly 3,000 members of the 25 groups of the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah attended the function, and saw
the Presidents of each Hadassah group cited for their out-
standing role on behalf of the Israel Bond endeavor. Mrs.
Sherman Fast, president of ihe Miami Beach Chapter, and
Mrs. Zelda Thau received awards at the annual Hadassah
luncheon for Israel Bonds.
rDAyEHU
i. I.. Hammer, Jr., owner ol
several local fumral homes, lias
been sworn in as a .Miami City
Commission r. He succeeds
Maurice I-Vrre, who resigned to
run for the office of Mayor of
Metropolitan Dadc County.
Some 100.000 Hade County
school children will be vaccin-
ated under the county-wide free
Immunization campaign against
German measles i rubella i spon-
sored by Dadc County's Health
Department Oct. 19-31. Their
efforts arc being coordinated by
the local chapter of the National
Foundation-March of Dimes as
part of the light to prevent
birth delicts.
Fred Stone, manager of the
local Hoir.e Life Insurance Co.
agency, is marking his 10th an-
niversary with the firm this
month. Long active in Miami's
Combined J< wish Appeal, he is
a member of its campaign cabi-
net this year.
Larry Furnish has been named
assistant to the director of Em-
ployee Relations, Wometeo En-
terprises, Inc.. has announced.
In his new position, he will be
concerned with the firm's labor
illations, wage and salary ad-
ministration, research studies
and special project assignments.
Round Town
New members of Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club include
Paul and -lane Adehteln and
Children, Mary and David; Adir
and Manna Aronson and son,
Samuel; Howard and Roberta
Fisher and children. Keren,
Randall and David; David and
Alice Goodhart and children, Su-
san. Barry, Vlekl and Laureni
Ben and Bessie Rtehmaa and
sins, Stephen and John; Andrew
and .Mildred Snlli and children,
Linda and Andrew: William and
Selda Thalhcimrr and sons, San-
lord, Bruce and Howard, and
Mark and Carol Kueker.
Leonard I. Weinsteln has re-
ceived appointment to the pos
of administrative assistant a
the Golden isles Hospital, Hal
landalc, where he will be work
ing with K. A. (joodwin, Jr., ail
rniiustrator. *
Kaiiiii Marvin Xokayer is
delegate to the World Confer-
i-iu on Keligion and Peace, .-
five-day conference beginning or
Friday in Kyoto, Japan undei
the sponsorship of a worldwidi
group of religionists.
The next regular meeting 0
the Presidents Club of Miami
Beach will begin with a 9 a.m
breakfast in the Deauville Hotc
Coffee Shop, according to Its
president. Shepard W. Davis.
Norland Presents Comedy
.Miami Norland Senior Hlg '
School's Drama Department wi
present the sophiticatcd comii'
I 'If A Man Answers" in the schorl
I auditorium Friday. Nov. 6, it ha
been announced. Curtain time i>
s p.m.. and the cast will indue! !
I Jim Hai toe. Muguet Burgos, B-V!
| Beckman &ue rugsbee and MiK
I Starks. The plot invokes develoi
' nii-nls alter a mother gives hi -
laughter a dog training mantis
containing "the secret ol a hap]
marriagi."
Cancer League Sponsors
Membership Luncheon
"To Life" will be the theme -
1 Ihe n.,ay membership luncheo
of Tropical Cancer League of tr -
American Medical Center at Dei -
ver. Following the regular mcc -
ing, a musical program will ba
pn sentcd by P( ppy Fields.
Mrs. Irving Rubinstein is pres-
cient of the local organizatio
,\ Inch supports the liti-year-o-
free and non-sectarian "hospital
with a heart" and gives spec!
icrs ,nal attention to patients
the cancer and chest wing of Jacl -
son Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bctl
Friedman will be serving as chait -
man of the dav.
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M*m!.er:
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Directors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
720 Stynly first Strut
0 Wf. Om* 0 -r
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name with the Clerk of tin Circuit
i nun "i I lade < 'ounty, Florida.
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(hi ly I. rxlsmed, 'I- sit-ins to .
in hn*lne under the <;,-':,..,.< pnrnA
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No. 70-3471
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\l \X ZITCKERMAN,
11. eeaaed.
To All Creditors ami All Peraonn Hav-
inir claims >>r Demandfl Ag-ainnt Said
EV'nte:
Von are herehy notified ami r---
oulr.-'l to nreaenl anv elatma and a--
man,N which van may have njcnlmd
tin ,-.1,1. ,.f MAX X.Iit.-|.-|!M \ \- a..
,,.-v.,i i-,te of Pnrte County. Florida,
to the County Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sun. I i rtimllrate ami
i provided in Reetlon 7-::'- IS, Florida
Kta'ute*. In tln-lr nffleee In the ('.1111-
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iila. within hIx calendar months from
the lime of Ihe fii publli-mlon here-
of or the '.-inn- will be barred.
Dated at Mlam< I-"' -'du, this 12th
day of October, A P 197"
III-tii WEIRRXFBt |>
LAURA .IAIU.ONSK1
An Ailmiiiislratrici-s
l-'irs-i publication of Ibis notice "II
tr.- tuih day of October, l!>"i>.
KOVMRln, ROOBR8, LORBE1R A
RHENKMAN
Attorn,-ys f,.r Ailministratriccs
tit Lincoln Itoad
Miami llench. Florida 33139
10/1S-23-30 11/1
NOTICE UND6P FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihi DnderalKni I, desiring lo enitagi1
in buaineaM under the fictitious name
JAN'S ciTl.l-:i: R1DOE BEAl'TV SA
I.IIN \- lit lI'TKjI'i; al IOS87 .in"
bean Boulevard Intends '" regiidar
said name with the Clerk of Uie Cir-
cuit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
JEFFERY ENTBRPRI7.ES, INC.
10867 < 'nrlbbean Blvd.
MARVIN BOSS l-'RIED.MAN
KI toinej for Jeff cry Enterprise*, Inc.
.';T:;7 S.W. 8lh Street, Suite l"'1
in 16-23-sa ii a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring t" i image
in business under the fii titinus name
.1 THE OCEAN OATB .Mi'Ti:i. and
APARTMENTS at 9S51 and '..... Collins
Avenue, Surfaide, .Miami Beach, Kin
33154 Intends to register s.,iil name
with tin- Clerk of the Circuit Court
nl Dade County. Florida.
9S51 Collins Avenue Corp.,
a Florida corporation
by: Charles Evans Hughes, President
i.ki IN A EPSTEIN
Attiii-n, \ lor owner
l-" l Incohi Road
Miami Beach, i-'la.
1" li, 23-30 ll-i!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of COLONIAL BOOK BHOPPB at
7CC Arthur Godfrey ltd., .Miami Beach,
l-'ia. (1140 Intends to register said
name With the Clerk Of Ihe Circuit
Court "f Pad.- c.unty. Florida.
HA.Mti.VA USA BOOK BTORB, INC.,
a Florid!..... i-oi-al ion. sole owner
President:'ltainona B. Horwita
NEON A. EPSTEIN, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
t-0 Lincoln Itoad
.Miami Beach, Flu. 33139
IO/l-I3-30 It-li
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
v rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tli
l>) virtue ol Chapter 678 Klorlda stu
in. Am.....id (1941) Warehousemi
and Warehouse Kecelpts wherein Al-
\ AN l IN E8 ;i Florida corpoi n I
bj \iiiu-- of its warehouse Hen has
ii- |H>ssesslou the following descrlbi
niop, riy,
i ,i ii.-iis, hold M""'is as ihe pn
. in of MRS. I.A YTi IN "h '- In
known address was c o Normani
i!7ti "ollins Ave., Miami Beac
Kin. and that on ih.- 6th da} of So'
1970 during the legal hours ol sal
mniuly between 11:00 foreno......
2*:iu in tin- afternoon at 2136 N ^
24th A\, nil-. Miami. Florida the u
...i.-d shall offer for sale to ti
highest bidder for cash In hand tl
above-described propertj of Mrs l.a:
ton,
i'. ed nl .Miami. Florida Ihli
day .a i lei l70.
in hi- .
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18573
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Si'sW HAIL LEWIS SADAR,
Plaintiff,
GARY LI'DWIO SADAR,
11, rendant,
TO; ti m.i Ll'DWiaSADAR
,- n I inlw il" J. Sadfl i
5225 Poe Way
Pinsburgh, Pennsylvanlo i_,:'"i
Vt ir, GARY LIIDWIO SADAR, Hi
hereby notified thai a Complaint f- '
lllvorce has been filed agnlnsl >
and you an- required to servi a cop
of your Answer or Pleading to il
i-,-iiimi .mi ,..) (be Plalntlfrs n*torne,
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN I87S N I.
'i '.r .I Sin st, North .Miami I'-
Florida S3168 and file ihe origin.
Answer or Pleading in ,h. office o
th. Clerk of the Circuit Court on o-
before the 20th day of Vovcmbe
1070. if you fall to do so, judgmon
bj default will be taken against \-
for the relief demanded Jn the Con-
plaint.
This notice shall he published one
each week lor four consecutive v .
in THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Mlam
Florida, this 1.1th dav of October A I
1070.
!: 1! LEATHEHMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Conn. Pad,,",'vuim. Florida
By: C, P. Ctti'f.i.ANP
DeputanOlark
tCircuit Court Si all .
BAXTER & I-'RIKDMaN '
Attorn, s s t,,,- riainun
1ST.". N'.K. 103rd Btreel
North Miami Beach, Klorlda
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Be Required By Menorah
Temple Menorah this week be-'
lame the first synagogue in Greater,
Miami to issue a resolution re-
ddeni, and Leonard Rosen, chair-
man o! the board of Temple
Menorah.
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Miami, Florida Friday, October 16, 1970
Section B
UZB\ MAYIK ABRAMOWITZ
all of its membership to
i bute to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's annual Com-
| Jewish Appeal and Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, Jo-
,;h !l Kanter, chairman of the
71 CJA-IEF drive, has announced.
According to Mr. Kanter. Tern-
. Menorah is among the first six
ynagopues in the United States 10
liilojit such a resolution.
Tlii' resolution. unanimously
[ by the Board of Directors of
\ Menorah, was issued jointly,
Mayer Abramowitz, 3pirit-
L :. Robert I.. Siegel, presi-
"The full participation of -ill
congregation! is vital in ordci i
the 1971 CJA-IEF campaign to
reach its goal meeting the hun ai
tarian needs th :{ I v.l ::i our >m
munlty. as well as overseas and
In Israe:," Mr. Kanter "To be a full-fledged member in
a congregation one should be a pa -
ticipating and contributing mem-
ber to the Jewish people. The -
lution of Temple Menorah shou! i
be a guideline for all tempi
our community." Th...... I
reads;
"RESPONDING to the call ol
Israel, in this year of its
"RECOGNIZING the true
nil bends which >xis1 between I
members of Temple Menorah i nd
the State of Israel, and
"HEARKENING to the ca;: of
Israel's Prime Minister, Golda >.;.
for a redoubled effort to Incrca
the financial sunoort of Israel
through the United Jewish Appeal,
the Board of Directors of Tempi'?
Menorah herewith resolves
"THAT a requisite for member-
ship in Temple Menorah shall be .1
donation to the Israel Emergent
Fund Federation Campaign, an*l
thas symbolizing the fact that be-
ing a member of Temple Menorah
places resp nsibilities of -
for Israe! upon each member."
Rep. Dante Fascell Being Honored By GOP and Democrats
' to) Dei ocrati and Republi-
can? ill 1 honoi ing Dante B.
. ai i II, who i' presi nts Flori la's
Kabbi Kahn To Address
Registration Sessions
Benjamin M. Kahn, the in- es
nil director of the B'lUiij all
i llel Foundations, will ad- '
registration ies ii ins of|
il Jewish Stu II at
au of Jewish Educ 'ti in
M mday and Tuse I ry, ace i'-
i announcement made I y
ward Zilbert, Bureau president,
eel of his presentations
A Blueprinl for Creative
Living."
: Kahn will <;> ;k tt th?
II"Id House of the University ofl
\ Monday at 8 o.m.: he will
ik i\t Beth Tor'ah Congregation,
I'M N. Miami Beach Blvd., l\\.:x-'
f 8 o.m.
Following Rabbi Kahn's ad
f'orld Series Baseball Game
/as Played On Yom Kippur
NEW YORK (JTA) This year
no| for the first time -a World
[eries baseball gam, was played on
'in Kippur. The 1970 series be-
' n the Cincinnati Reds and the
Baltimore Orioles began In Cin-
cinnati Saturday, which in addition
being the Day of Atonement
1 ISO the Sabbath A sookes
I 'i the Baseball Commisslon-
|r office here acknowledged to
IP Jewish Telegraphic Ag ney
iat such scheduling, which pre-
"nts observant Jews from -itt. i,!-
w .itching on televis'on, listen-
in radio or playing in a game
' Von Kippur, "has Iicmi ^lin"
for so manv. manv. manv \ >s;
there isn't really much you
f;m do about it."
ho =:>okesm-n *a'd the matter
f'-v\ been considered "very thor-
f'tjhly, very carefully," but thai
' tram owners had ncceoteri the
dlcament and decided not t->
an issue of it. The ovne-s
W BOurce said, have consist LMtlv
fleeted the idea of World Scries
'"I" games--scheduling, for ex-
tnple, Saturday afternoon's game
11 Saturday nightas be'ng to-1
M""il a move. A special committee
lamed by Commissioner Bowie
["hn two years ago to reeom-
I ways to improve the game
PParcntly made no headway on
pe problem of series games on
lm Kippur.
i 'ii will be hi
c iurs< s at these two b
the College, Subjects
Id :
iffon 1
RABBI BtNJAMIN M. KAHN
includ.....The Second Common-
wealth," "The Five Books of
Moses Midrash." "Prayei boe'<
Hebrew," "Hebrew Uupan,"
"Festivals of the Jewish Year
"Educational Psychology for the
Weekend School," "The Rise of the
American Jewish Community,"
"Survey of Hebrew Literature,"
and Biblical Archaeology."
Rabbi Kahn, who make- his
home In Washington, D.C., holds n
Master of Hebrew Literature de-
cree from the Jewish Th >ologic'l
Seminary. Director of the llillcl
Foundation it Pennsylvania Stale
University, he w is appointed to
the Peace Corps Advisory Council
by Presidents Kennedy and John-
son, and was a faculty member of
Pennsylvania Slate University and
i member of the Social Science
Research Center.
He ir. on the editorial staff of
the Jewish Heritage magazine, a
member of the Board of Over-
seers at Brandeis University, an.1,
the author of "Religious Diversity
in Hillel Foundations" and "Ex-
ploring Religious Ideas: The Great
Western Faiths."
U.S. House of Representatives in1
12th Congressional District, ;n the
the Assembly Room of the Dupont
Plaza Hotel Friday, beginning ai
s p.m.
Th.nie of the bi-partisan appre-
ciation dinner, which is under the
chairmanship of Republican Party
leader Herbert Hoover, Jr.. and
local real estate developer Charles
Gottlieb, a leading Florida Dem-
ocrat, will be "FASCELL 20."
Mr. Fascell, who is currently
siiving his 20th year as a public
servant, was first elected to the
State Legislature in 1950. After
two terms in Tallahassee, he ran
for Congress In 1954.
In view of the fact that Rep.
Fascell's service has cut across
party lines to benefit all the resi-
dents of the areas he represents,
it is considered especially fitting
that Republicans as well as Demo-
eiats show their appreciation to
this dedicated public official who
las earned both national and In-
ternational respect and recogni-
tion through his efforts in the
nation's law-making body.
Tickets may be purchased at
the dinner headquarters in the
Duponl Plaza or from ticket com-
mittee members. Although the
event is bi-partisan, the proceeds
after expenses will go into the
Congressman's campaign fund, to
aid him in his general election
campaign, it was announced.
Interpol Studies Hijacking
BRUSSELS (JTAi Interp.l.
the international police force, has
decided to set up a committee to
Study the problem of aerial hi-
jacking. The Interpol General As-
sembly action was believed to haw
been influenced by local police and
airline operators. Arab delegates
Who had previously argued that
airliner hijacking was exclusively
a political matter, now support the
pi inciple of government legislation
that cauld prov.de the basis for
Inter|l action against sky piracy,
it was reported.

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^Jenisti nurkRai)
Page 3-B
f'We Have Had A Taste Of Jewish Freedom "
0BARIJB8 JOSHUA LEVIN
[Who am I?
[I am a father of two children.
. of whom has fallen so that
, 0tber might yet live."
his wa 'he reply of Ymoov
boa. a slight, mild-mannered
In of 52 with a heavy-featured
Vc, when .iskcd his name.
he Gilboaa emigrated from
Ixico i" Israel in 1955. first
Mini: at KlbOUtl Yad Mord?cai.
L. t|,, Gaza Strip, and later
Jvine in Bcersheva to ope.-ate
Glfl Shop in the Desert Inn
ltd.
rlis younger son, Segen (First
Drori, 21, had lost his !if.
,v weeks earlier on the Suez
during one of the heavy
yptian artillery bombardments
Fuss the Canal.
go FBE8H was Mr. Gilboa's
cf thai he identified himself,
by n ime. but as a father
|o had lost a son. He had dif-
iil-y in c mtrolMng his voice as
ftalki d abour Drori while mt
Inic.'iily replenishing a picture
tear' rack.
|h,' eame to me a few days
Ttr he hm\ finished his military
and said he wanted to go
another three months. 'You
Ire ju>t completed three years,'
id. 'why must you do this?'
!. ied: 'If I leave my
they will feel a* >f
|n<\ Thi;. have never come un-
nsive fire. They are
quit'1 ready to take care of
Many have fallen be-
b ihis, They need someone
\\ after them. I have the
. I know how to watch
1 want to be with
V just another three
|: '.; conscience won't
vc them now. I lon't
at ;n argue with you, Father
e up my mind.'
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"YOU SEE, ho didn't want me
to blame myself for giving per-
mission should something happen
to him. That's the kind of ;i son
he was. He volunteered for t'.if
additional three months. One
month and three days later, he
fell." (Israelis tend to use the
"word "fell" Tathei- than "killed"
when referring to Army fatali-
ties.)
Mr. Gilboa moved away to
serve some homeward-bound
American technicians who
wanted color slides of Aim.I. >
petro-chemical locale being >ie-
vcloped near th.' Dead Sea.
When he returned he talked
about some entries that Drori
had made in a diary he kept dur-
ing his army service. In one he
writes that in looking at him-
self in uniform before a mirror,
he had to ask. "Is this really mi ?
I am not a militarist and would
much prefer to exchange jokes
with my friends, but our enemies
give us no alternative." This i!i-
arv will shortly be published by
Kibbutz Yad Mordecai, which, in-
cidentally, is named after a slain
leader of the Warsaw Ghetto I
bellion in the Forties
Mr. Gilboa himself is still in
the reserves and was called up
for special duty recently. In I85fi
he served in the Sinai Campaign
and was decorated for bravery in
action. In 1948. while still in
Mexico, he smuggled aviation
gasoline past the British block-
ade for use by Israel's infant Air
Force.
"I AM NOT an exception.' h"
insisted. "I am a simple Jew who
with many others is determined
that we will not move from )!.:
no matter what happens. My son
fell in battle like so many other
of our young men: all are fight-
ing.
"If. God forbid, mother uav
should break out, my other ion
who Is 24 and has finished his
compulsory service, goes 'jack,
and I will, too, it ne tessary. '.Vc
will not desert our country. Ii is
not for this purpose that we ime
lure from every corner of the
earth.
"l could have earned my living,
as others in any country. I lidii't
have to come to Israel, I came be-
cause I am a Jew and this is the
Jewish I.and. We have had a
taste of Jewish rWeflofiS and we
will not give it up. We are build-
ing a future for the entire Jew-
ish people."
Mr. Gilboa, whose sons wen1
born in Mexico, had an encour-
aging word for the many Jewish
young men and women who come
to spend a summer or a year to
work in the kibbutzim, to learn
the Hebrew language and to
know the country, He praised
the 7.000 who enme in the w ike
of th" Six-Day War. "Even if
they only peeled potatoes," he
said, "what they did was impor-
tant, though at the time they
didn't think so. It released others
for defense duty."
BE FEELS that only by visit-
ing Israel, and not just for "a
quick week's tour," can out-
sider., fully understand whit is
going on"how the people live,
how they struggle." He likened
the present crisis to that in the
days of the Second Return under
Ezra and Xehemia.
The faith of Israelis, native
born or immigrants, in their
young men and women is awe-
some. Mr. Gilboa referred to th
case of the young officer whs
threw himself upon a live gre-
nade to save the lives of his pla-
toon and was killed. This was
the third such incident in the
annals of the Defense Forces.
"WITH BOYS like this, it is
impossible for us to lose.""
Mr. Gilboa paused, looked away
for a moment, and with some
bitterness in his voice added tins
postscript: "Here's how I see it.
Anyone who comes here, to live
with us, we welcome him like a
good brother.
"When he sits there (in the
diaspora) however, I don't feel
he is my brother. He may say
he is. but I don't feel it."
Prut. Levy Opens Series Of Lectures At Temple Israel
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Prof. Leonard Levy, Pulitzer
Pria historian in 19'">9, will open
lb. annual Eugene and Shirl?y
Greenfield Adu't Institute series
at Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Sunday at 10 a.m. His topic will
be. "Is The Supreme Court Cori-
dling Criminals?"
Dr. Levy's lecture is the firt in
a three-part program devoted to
the politic! issues of 1973 pre-
Committee Upholds El Al
Hijack Security Measures
TEL AVIV (JTA1 -A commit-
tee investigating the attempted hi-
jacking of an El Al jet by Arab,
commandos Sept. upheld 'he se-\
curity measures taken by the Is-
rael airline it has been disclosed.|
The committee also recommended'
Idltional measures to protect
passengers against hijackers, some1
of which are already being applied.
Th-' hijack attempt in midair
over thi British coast was foiled
! when armed security guards shot
oni ol the commandos to death
while the other, Laila Khaled, was
powered by male passengers,
A steward, Sholomo Vieder, was
; seriously wounded in the scuffle
but has since recovered. The com-
n it- s findings on the conduct
of the pilot, Capt. Uri Barlov,
were not released, hut it w is
known thai Hi committee found
i he had act 6 c irrectly when he
decided to make an emergency
; landing In London with the com-
pany's permission. The landing is
credited with having saved the
! life of thi stewai .1.
ceding Election Day. Next Sunday,
morning. Prof. Alexander Bickel
of Yale Law School will speak .mi
the controversial Electoral College|
and columnist Milton Viorst, who
dissected the Republican party in
a recent book, will comment on
the campaign issues as well as
project the election results from
his Washington vantage point or
Nov. 1.
Dr. Levy's special field is con-
stitutional history and his writings
reflect this. His publications in-|
elude, "Legacy of Supression: F ree-
dom of Speech and Press in Early
American History.'- "Jefferson ondi
Civil Liberties." "Freedom of th*.
Press from Zenger to Jefferson,"
and his Pulitzer Prize work. Ori-
gins of trie r'ifth Amendment."
With John Roche he has tUi ed-
ited "The American Political Proc-
ess," "The Presidency," "The Ju-1
diciary" and "Congress.''
Until this year. Dr. Levy was I
chairman of the Department of
History at Brandeis University b^t
this fall has taken up duties as
Professor of History and chairman
of the Department of History at
Clarcmont Graduate School in Cal-
ifornia. He served on the U.S.
Commission of the American Revo-
lution Bicentennial and the Com-
mission on Law and Social Action
of the American Jewish Congress.
COPY DEADLINE FOR f
NEXT ISSUE
Copy and pictures for the
Oct. 23 issue of The Jewish
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hands of its staff no later
than 5 p.m. Monday. The
early deadline Is due to the
holiday of SlmrJtat Torah,
which starts on Thursday,
Oct. 22.
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Membership Drive
Is Launched By C-P
ICommittee Women
The Women's Committee if the
iMiami Cerebral Palsy Rohabllita-
[tion Center has launched .in ex-
tensivi membership drive, the aimi
,.f which is to enlarge existing
units throughout Dade County and
[add three new units to the organi-l
Ization, A series of membership
. will be held -duninc; dl.t
[drive, extending through October
[The Women's Committee has ex-
units In North Dade, the
[City Miami ami Miami Beach
\, iins are being orgnnizjd
llfh Miami, southwest Miami
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M Robbie Goodman, chair tvw
\' on en's Committee who
' the drive said, "Wo -
- a h isic core f.....>.
irnos 's and pro .
| :\ Miami cerebal palsy|
She noted that the .
rching for community-
omi ) of varied b ii
i> Hi i '.s and talent to
| ;: 11-.- cerebral palsy victims in
. sure time.
Activities of the woman's >om-
II i mge from speaking en-
nents and special fund-raisi;
[events to actual volunteer hours1
hpent in typing, telephoning an I
1 ling at the center, loc ii i
I ;:! NW 14th Ave.
Interested women are urged to
I Mrs, Bobbie Goodman it i!i <
: Palsj Center.
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These Volunteers cf Valor at the Miami Beach Hebrew Home
for the Ageil help to feed patients, read and write the>r
letters, and run errands daily. (From left to right) are Ida
Marks, Doroihy Singer, director of Voluntee-s, Gertrude Rack-
off, Sadie Solcman, Rose Baron and Ann Talizin; (second
row) Shirley Horwilz, Sonia Bauman, Esther Rcth3tein, L;l
Shapiro, Minna Rhine, Freda Kaufman, Edith Cepikolf, ludith
Shalit, Jeii Felix, Gue Lazarus, Sonia Finestone, Esther
Uscokin and Minnie Thau.
Anniversary Ball
At Temple Judea
Judea will celebrate the
| i of iis fifth year ;n the
termite al Granada Boule' a l
South 1 >ixle Highway Satur-
la> evenine, with the annual Ann!-
| ! Mem'* i's of the Temple and
[ nds have been invli .1 to
I.. d re otion in the T
30 p ii.. which will be
: by dinner, dancing, ,u >
rtainmenl and i n
bration, Ri
l lenl ann iunc d. A'l
ii s of the Ti m] < "
be honored during this event.
:ation, which si i
,'n A 18, at its ii
Pale mo A\ enue in
. moved int
ui tua v and school
;., Augusl of IDoG.
Wometco Theatres
"A TRIUMPH!"
JiMffM C'ul. N#w roc* Mjfjj.ne
JOEMAMAYH
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ANN-MARGRE7,
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Temple Sinai Sisterhood
Luncheon Meeting
Temph' Sinai Sisterhood will liojd
a luncheon meeting Wednesday, i I
11:30 a.m.. in the social hall oi the
temple, local d at 18801 N.E. 22nd
Ave., North Miami Beach.
The program will be a dialogue
on "The Changing Roll of the lev-
ish Woman." Guest speakers will
he Mrs. Mike A. Sumben .
ordinator of E.O.P.I, volunteers
for Dade County, and vice pre*!-
deni for Education of the Worn-
en's Division Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation; Mrs. Howard .1
Trin/, a member of the National
Hoard of U.J.A., an active mem-
ber of Temple Belli Am, and pasl
president of Aviva Group of 11 i
sah, and Mrs. Irving Wexler, .si
president Coral Division Nation.il
Council of Jewish Women, I
president Fairlawn P.T.A., < "1
vice president for Icadershin, Mi-
ami Federation of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Maurice N. Toback is pro-
gram chairman.
Chapter Planning
Annual Luncheon
Th Greater Miami Chapt o(
the National Women's Comn
of Brandeis University has an-
nounced plans for its annual 1 ill
Luncheon, in the Cotillion R
the E len Roc Hotel at noon 'I ..-
day, with Mrs. Ben Zion Gil -' i -
its chairman <.f the dav. Mrs. Mi-
burg is .i i> -st president >f ti*.a
i iieati i Miami Chapter in !
the Nation il Board.
gpeci tl ies1 Dean Clarence Q
Berger, who will speak on the I 11
ic. "The Academic World R
or Revolution?" is executive vice
president of Brandeis University.
lie has been associated with B<*a i-
deis since its founding In 1948,
serving as executive assistant to
Ahram L. Sachar, its first presi-
dent
Mrs. Sam Goldman is chairman
of arrangements tor the day. ?.!.
Morton Schwartz Is taking reser-
vations tor the event. Mrs. II old
Dorfman is the Greater Miami
chapter's current president.
1 column indent
Janet S. Rabinowifz Is Florida's Student Nurse Of The Yeer
Jane) Sue Rnbinowitz, dau ;hl t
ii Mr. and Mrs. Morris R blnowitz,
has been selected as the 1971 stu-
dent Nurse of the Year [or the
State of Florida. First voted Stu-
dent Nurse of the Year for the
University of Miami, Janet w.is
then entered in state competition
at the Student Nurses Association
ol Florida convention, which w is
held at the
: nth,
Deauville Hotel, last
Oholei Torah Celebrates
iholei Torah Day School will
celebrate the holiday of Succol
with a party Sunday at 10 a.m..
iis principal, Rabbi Sholom D. Lip-
skar, has announced. More than
200 persons are expi cted to par-
ticipate in the festivities, which
will take place at B< th Israi 1 Con
gregation, 770 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach. The program will include
refreshments and professional en-
iii lainment.
Presently in her last year I
nursing school at the University
of Miami, where she was m Ihe
dean's list last semester, Janet is
the student representative to the
Nursing Faculty Council and corre-
sponding secretary ol the Student
Nui s Associal Ion
Miss Hi' in v. a/, will be in
charge ol recruitment of nurses on
local and stale level and head thi
istate's Sum!, m Nurse's week Ma h
April i. She will als i tra\ !
throughout the state to u ii >"
nursing schools to promote .; ,-
dent involvement in the Student
Nil:.- Association of Florida.
In recognition of her achii -
ment, Janet has been ehasen as
Oct. 20's Citizen of the Day by
. radio siation WFUN
JANET SUE RABINOWITI
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movie with styli-: and
critical inti;li.igi-:nci::"
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DRAMATIC RESULTS may be seen
from these before and after pictures
that illustrate the Bette Knowlton
Deima'peal Process. Details about
the process are in the story below.
Bette Know/ton's Derma'peal Process
Brings a More Youthful Appearance
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treasurer of Lod, Israel, wh:
was in Miarri Beach as a gues'
oi Rabbi Gimple Orimlani, vis
ited the Oholei Torah Dav
School on the invitation of its
principal. Rabbi Sholom i^ips-
kar, with whom he is shown.
Victory over age is entirely
possible. To keep looking young
is r.oi a miracle; a woman must
be rid is aboul looking after
hi r face. The promise of this
"vi tory ovi r age" com >s from
er cli ansing of the skin
Dcrma'peal proi
by Bette Know Iton,
papaya i nzymes. The
,-a enzym '. poi ated
cnl [oi to ..i all
kin.
i i ini| I sion ear.' w iih papa; a
i /.. mi s Is not an entirely new
process. Josephine of
Franc < Ife ol Napoleon, more
than a hundred years ago re-
turned to her native Martinique
to regain her youthful beauty
with a crude papaya enzyp,e
mixture. Today, however, tins
basic enzyme has been refined
and made part of the famous
Bette Knowlton process known
as Dcrma'peal.
BETTE KNOWLTON devol-
11n- Dcrma'peal process
' n l'7 years ago. She
us d 11 first on her own skin to
(dear up acne. It worked so
well, she wauled to share her
discovery with other women.
To I iv the 15. tte Knowlton
Derma'peal process is avail-
able throughout the nation, and
in many oilier countries. The
iwth and acceptance of I >.t-
ma'peal is based on Its results.
The Bette Knowlton Derma'-
p< .-.I pro ss do s not men |y
(rive temporary stimulation or
tingle. Ii acts to remove the
il ad skin c< lls on the surface.
This makes ii pi iw tor new
skin to grow and build up. As
new cells grow, acne is renioveu,
llni s. v.. Inkl s and sagginess are
ced and a new, vigorous
skin blossoms into view.
only NATURAL products
are used in Bette Knowlton
creams. No man-made chemicals
are used, because none are
needed. Man-made chemicals
work "step wise" and can de-
Btroy. A natural chemical works
only on specific material and
papaya enzyme works only on
v.r.u] c. Iis. The natural enzymes
come from papayas and are in-
corporated in sesame oil. When
hormones are used, these, too,
are natural hormones.
Here is how the Derma'peal
process works. It has been
found that the follii le
ings of almosl all normal skill
are partially covered by sn I
plaques. This Is a small i
that adheres to the edges of
the opening and blocks the I
of solid matci lal outwards. Thes i
small co\i is i re resist ml t >
soap and water washing but i
h. i r'a'..(! mechanically oi
the use of a cleansing cri
lining papa} a i nzj n
the follicu
Ii tely blc< k d, a black
or whin hind fi rms.
The Bel te Knowlton Di 11
peal pro ss has b<
27 years i" cleanse the skin, re-
move blackheads, improve
conditions and give a mot i
youthful appearance to the
cial skin.
Consultation at the local Bel I
Know lion Clinic to Bette Know -
no cost or obligation. Informa-
tive literature or an appoin -
ment may be secured by car-,.
758-3149. Or you may write tor
tin location of the nearest Bet I -
Knowlton clinic. Bette Knowl-
ton Derma'peal Clinic and Lab-
oratory, Inc., 5601 NW 7th .v..
Miami. Fla. 33127. Adv.


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luncheon :';: Variety Children's Hospital being sponsored
y the Suburban League Women on Monday, al the "
3oy Picsa Hotel Holding one c: the gondola table decora
ions ate Mrs. Morris Levitt, president vie:; Mrs. Paul Ruttn-
.erg crr.cl !!;?. Gary Seiigman. luncheon co-chaiimen. Pro-
sees c: the luncheon will be allocated fcr the care c: Can-
cer patients c~. the hospital.
Joyce VanDam To Wed
Dr. Warren C. Wulric'i
In .\or. I Ceremonies
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone uf
Ri nd i-h Ma--., announce the en-
gagement of their oauphter Joyce
Ro'<- Van Da-n. to Dr. Warren
Co'.man Widrich, >on of Dr. and
Mrs Jack Widrich, c'. Miami Beach.
The future tree, a graduate of
n Her School for Women, is
s< ntly attending Boston cJni-l
rsity and is a columnist for the
vish Advocate of Brookline
H r fiance, a graduate of the
versify of Miami, received his'
rei fro.n Emory University
S ,00! o! Medicine and recently
1 npleted a fellowship in Cardio*
\. scalar Radiology at the New
England Medical Center in !'..>. '
1 !! presently serving -- i professor of Radiology ati
Tufts University School of Medi-
clr.< and S-a:f Radiologist at the
\ V A. :: spital.
v'.-. 1 wedding is planri -1.
20th Anniversary Season
For Music-Arts Leaque
The Miami Beech Musk
Aits League will open iis 20th an-
niversary season al S p.m. Monday
i-i the Carillon Hotel with "An
K\. ning with Gilbert and S dli-
van," featuring thi- Family Opera
Singers \ the Opera Guild ol
Greater Miami.
The League, which has shifted
its base of operations to the Caril-
lon Hotel's Le Cafe Room, has
schedulea eight concerts for the
lSW-71 season, which rnds next
April. Persons wishing ti -k : 11
information should contact Rorii
Graber, membership cha,.rma*\
Junior Auxiliary Sets
Membership Meeting-Coffee
1 as it first r 1 h ting of the
licr Auxiliary <: the Jewish
mi fcr thi Aged will be held i"
- Ruby Auditorium at 1 p.m.
tec lay, Mrs. Jay Rcchtschaffi r,
1 a : 11I has announced.
Thi invocation for the member-
lip offi 1 will I given by Mis.
:.'-:,-.... Th< well-known
ctrt wrist Joyci Farber, lyric
< tun soprai and her ac-
< anisl Hf-1 n Iti itman, who
resent thi sical portion of
1 ... ... ... bi introduced
Mrs, I rg< ine, pro-
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The Business and Professional
Chapter <( Women's American ]
ORT will hold its regular meeting
in the <.'has, i : ii Bid r. al 125
Arthur Godfro} Rd al ; m. on
Thursday, l > t 22. S< n Inn 'log
films of other countries will be
f How1 (I by a social hour Gu
111 cordially in\ itcil to nltei
Open House For Children
Murraj S Ion >n P l 11 1
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ei ans, will i 1 < 1 in op aw* fur
the children of i' t-Aux:li 1 y
spi nsoi at Sunla id Ti ii
ter Sund ly 1 on 1-4 p.n il the
home ol Past '
Mrs. Leo Plotki .60S
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r.i.li'.i: .. 1 :..,.' W ;! hold its
annual card part) on the terrece
of 7930 Tatum Waterway Dr., it
1 pm, Monday, Oct. 26, its presi
dent, Mrs Isaac Berlin, has an-
nounced. Chairmen for the after-
noon "ill be the Mesdamcs Be-
eluir, Belfert, Demos and Korn-
reich,
Hatikx ih Chaplei w ill honor
Ann Schmidt, membership chair-
man, ai its gala "membcr-bring-a-
meniber" dessert coffee Thursda .
Oct. 29 ai Kneseth Israel. 1115
Euclid A Also planned for the
1 p.m. event is a showing of tin'
I'm "Marching Towards Tomor-
ow." produced bj thi Ml; rachl
Women's Organixatii n of America,
iffi 1 Ing an objective and realistic
view of the wa.i Isiatl meets the
,,i in 1 1 di'.catinr, its 1 u'tural-
lv dcpi iv 1 il ehildri 11 Mrs, 11. man
Kolko is haptcr 1 s denl; Mrs,
M01 ris clllirr is pro am hair-
in,01.
Lincoln Chapter Meets
Lincoln Miami Beach 'haptcr,
Vt omen's I *ugue 1 ir Israi I, w ill
mei 1 at I2:.'lu p.m. Tue ida. In the
Club Itoom ol 100 I.inn.hi Rd., Us
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PAUL KILLER Reuben Ungar. will become a Bar
Paul Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mltevah at Beth Torah Congrega-
Leon Kultar 94M SW 30th IV .t.,' 'ion during ceremonies which will
will b.Tome Bar Mitzvah Saturday l)l' held Sunday. Oct. 18.
mornlne. Oct. 17 at Temple Or
Marc Weinberger Stuart Lichtman
Paul Klugermci,
Mr. nd Mrs. KulVr will host the Bar Mitzvah at
Shabbal following the Fn- gregation during the services Sat-
day night sen-ices as well as a ""'<-. Oct. 17.
Kiddish in the Temple following An elghth grade student at Hor-
the ceremonies and a reception in iz,,n School, Marc has hen a stu-
honor in their home on Sat- dent at Bt,,h David Hve yi...s.
urday evening.
Among the honored guests will
' Paul's grandparents, Mrs. i.'
nd Mr. and .>i. s
David J, Kull
JEFFREY ABRAMS
Jeffr y, 111 sun ol Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Abrams, will become Bar
Mitzvah during the services at
Beth Torah Congregation, Satur-
day, Oct. 17.
SIMON PELDSTEIN
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Simon,
Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxi-
milian Peldstein, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
iin. North Miami Beach.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Beth David's social
hall following the services, and at
" T*ntlon and dinner in Spector
Hall Saturday evening. Guests oi
honor will Include grandparents
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Weinberger of
Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Scholler Of Miami, and Mrs.
Gudny Jonsson, a family friend
from Reykjavik, Iceland.
PAUL KLUGE&MAN
Paul .lay. son of Mr. anjl M; i
Gerald Klugerman, will been in
Bar Mitzvah .Saturday morning
Oct. 17. at Temple Beth Am.
Paul is a student at Palmc'.H
Junior High School, where he u
the eighth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. rClugerman wl'
host tli" Kiddush in the Temp!
follow in1,' th' services and a re
ceptlon and dinner Saturday
ning in their son's honor.
Both oi Paul's grandmothers
Mrs. Rose KUugerman and M
Mary Ziff, will be pi (sent to n<
him celebrate the occasion. Othi
relaltives from Ohio and Pe.i isj
vania "ill also attend.
sn ART LICHTMAN
,Suuu't ...Hapc! il!, son uf Mr. am
Mrs. Arnold Lichtman. will be
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
I Oct. 17. ai Temp!e Emanu-El. Dr
Irving Lchrman will officiate at
the ceremonies.
Stuart, an eighth grade student
at th Ida Fisher Junior High
School, plays the organ and ;< in
active participant in Little League
nil.
JEFFREY FRAFVTZ
ami JONATHAN FRANTZ
Jeffrey and Jonathan, twin sot i
of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Frnnt,
will observe thci, Har Mitzvahs at
Temple Israel oi Greater Mian,,
Saturday, Oct. 17. The 11 a m
servicea will be followed by a re-
ception and luncheon in the t
honor.
Jon and Jeff arc in Form II at
Ransom School, where they are
members of the football team
Helping the boys to celebrate
the occasion will be their grand-
TSfii, Sftfr ''"!la K,iU"-' <<
aunts W Uncles Mr. and Mrs-
Leonard Green and Mr. and Mrs'
Milti.n Frantz i; rmlr.delphia Pi '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen of
New York City and S. j. Light of
Ft. Lee, N.J., s well as their
grandparents. Mr and Mrs Sidney
1 li'^ht of K< poinl i, i
Dr. and Mrs. < [jgn) ,, lr
aunt and ma:. Miami Bi a< I,
When the candles are lit on your Bar mitzvah cake,
Make it novel and unusual for your celebrant's sake.
Let us write clever ditties about each henoree
You'll get raves and much praise for a nominal fee!
Call Mrs. B.- 271-8432
Of
STEVEN I'NGAH
Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs.
Regency Club Events
The Regency Club will welcome
all singles to Its cocktail dance In
the Barcelona Hotel's Bravo Room
Friday at 9 p.m. Included in the
price is live music for dancing and
two drinks.
"Marriage" will i>" the topic of
discussion Monday at its 8:15 p.m.
meeting in the Washington Fed-
eral at 1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami
ii. Waller B. Wilson. Jr., an
nt marriage counselor, will
be the guest speaker; questions
be submitti d by memb rs ol
the audience. \ social, including
dancing and refreshments, will fol-
OW. .' II Singles are Wl Iconic.
Plato's Work Is Topic
Plato's "Sophist" will be the
whi n the Great Booh Discus-
sion Group meets at 7:30 p.m. on
Wi d day in the Miami Beach
Public Library, 2100 Collins Ave.
All are welcome.

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3ber 16, 1970
*Jm isi> fhrkRan
Pace M
.
he Forgotten Man
r Rather Woman
My years ago William
liner, the famous so-
il t Yale University,
the concept of the
Man.'' the luckless
carries the burden
(el credit for it.
hstcin himself was oer-
201ten man. He was B
t achievements were
i>d by the wide, \. .de
Iras on friendly v.ii.s
and played duels w ith
i>i the Belgians. H was
|e Nobel Prize and re-
bthing that was equ Hy
I in another way- a lie-
Lradc in New York Cit
I seal o( greatness. '>;t,
genius was a "Forgot*
If whom few people were
i> particular one was,
I woman Blsa Einstein,'
wife.
intimate letter may be
In taut than a hundr-.d
pal documents. One can
plow a great deal about
ein through her personal
fi iends like Dr. Leon I..
ja distinguished chemist,
Iker. and author of the
fjews of Utah." Dr. VVat-
the man who devised a
tor sterilizing surgical si-
Id ligature materials. His
ai of distinction in
|right who was once ;>;vsi-
N'ational Federation f,
Sisterhoods, has deposit I
| an.i- papers Inclu ling
Mi's, Einstein's letters
I ran Jewish Archives,
cniary and research ecu-
Ithc Cincinnati campus of
ew Union College-Jewish
: i: ligion.
as Elsa Einstein? She was
of "LU" Albert" or "AI-
s she called him in h T
| Swabian dialect. She
Albertl had l>oth been ui-
thelr first marriages.
11 been divorced and only
| each other, though Ihry
town each other all their
iid shared intimately a com-
nekground of speech, food.
I et, grey-haired Elsa was
beauty. She certainly
let out to compote with Al-
was not jealous of his
Her one goal in life was to
i protect him. It was Ivi
e to it that he had ample
to lu the one thing which was
it in his life to thin':
gifted with a delightful sense of
humor. She is best describ al ai
"elne gemuetliche deusche Hans
fruu," which defies translation, bu
can be approximated by "a om
AIR. and MRS. ALBtRT EINSTHN
fortablc, friendly, and relax v'
wife."
Observatory, she asked the direc-
tor why such a huge one was'
needed. He answered that scien-
tists required it the better to es-
tablish the structure of the uni-
verse. Her husband, she observed
laconically, could get the same
result with a few jottings on t'-:
back of an old envelope!
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, the direc-
tor of the American Jewish Ar-
chives, has pointed OUt that Elsu's
simplicity, her native kindliness,,
shim ; forth in every line if her
personal letters. She was grateful
to Leon Walters for his help in
finding a summer residence ,.i,e,.
Albert could work, sail his boat
and escape the New Jersey .oo-
squitocs!
Elsa Einstein discussed where
her husband would lecture in ol-
der to secure funds to finance the
escape of European scholars Irortl
the Hitlerian scourge with Dr. Wai-
ters, too. And when he helped
her buy a good refrigerator. EUsa's
delight knew no bounds. For it
was a wonderful Contraption; she
told him so and promised him a
good salad and a fine dessert on
his next visit.
Hauefrau Elsa packer her hus-
band's suitcase when he went oil B
trip and BCOIdcd the schlemiel when
he returned with half its contents,
gone. He fooled her once. ho.v>,e".
Be brought everything back, beau-
tifully packed. The ensuing inqui-
sition revealed that, to avoid los-
ing anything, he had inner op :. mI
the case. When he nced.d a -loan-Ceylon Government
shirt, he had bought one!
After Elsa died in 1936. her AI
bertl survived another 10 j >ar
hut her death was a terrible blow
to him. It is certain she was no
"Forgotten Man" while her AI
bertl was alive.
Elsa may have been shy and
modest, but she knew how to han-
dle Albertl. In one of her roe In-
terviews, she said with a Iwink' I
in her blue eyes: "He is .ike a
child. You have to manage Inm.
But I never let him know I man-
age him. I must not let him ntch
me, or pfui." She once said des-
pairingly that she watched what-
ever he bought lest be allow a glib
salesman to sell him an elevator
for their cottage in the country.
She had no training as a scien-
tist and made no pretense of un-
derstanding what her husiband was
doing. She knew only that he was
truly a great man. and she was
perfectly satisfied to shield inm;
from the world and to live in his
shadow.
She cooked the South German
dishes that he loved, and sh iux
milted confidently in the knowl
edge thai her Albertl had the right!
answers. When she saw the >nor
was lively, friendly, andmous reflector at the Mi. Wilsoi
Regrets (.ntting Ties
TEL AVIV (JTAI Indications
thai Ceylon's new leftist govern-
ment regrets having broken oil
diplomatic relations with Israel
last July have been brought lei
light here
Israeli technical experts who b I
been Hiding that country in vavi
ous important development proj
ects have all lieen withdrawn and
the Ccyloneso government has been
unable to get experts from oilier
nations to replace them. Dr. Ha
anan Welz of the Settlements
Study Center in Rehovoth. has re
eeived ;. letter from R. Dunn, of
the Organization for Economic
Cooperation and Development, the
agency instrumental In arranging
Israeli technical aid for Ceylon,
saying that the Ceylonese deputy
foreign minister has declared his
government regrets the decision
to cut iis ties with [srai
This Week In History
ira Ago Tins Week: 1030
a isli Communist paper in
called for permanent
anti-religious science"
Russia's Jewish schools.
a inn GoUancz, scholar
fl si British rabbi to be'
11923), died in London
Kramer who played "Mrs!
leu in 'Abie's Irish Rose"
-. died at the age of 52
Simchat Torah dinner in
fklyn home.
- National SocallStS, !n
I anti-Jewish motion in'
tag, pro|K>scd the son-l
of the property of bank I
stockholders and of a t
Jews who had imoe
nee 1914. A Fascist dep-
'1 an uproar by dec', u ... \
' 'i desire persecution I
. hue we demand the iim-
riaii German life of .-\.vy
rtsh i- well as the aboii-
he influence of the Jewish!
press. | ,
Special investigator Sir Joiin
Simpson recommended strictu es
including a suspension of Jewish
immigration to Pal stlne pending
a census. Dr. Chaim Weizmann
resigned after 12 years as pi. si-
dent of the Jewish Agency and the
World Zionist Organization over
Britain's "denying the rights and
sterilizing the hopes of the Jewish
people." Felix M. Warburg
signed as chairman of the I '
Agency's administrative commit.
tee, Charging Britain had "n Isleri
him on Its policy. Lord M Icli tl
quit as chairman of the Council I
for the Jewish Agency,
to rears Ago This Week: 10 Ml
Yaacov Moshe Toledano, i
Minister of Religious Al'l'aa
two years and Sephardic Chief
Rabbi of Tel Aviv tor 18 years,
died al the age of 79.
Notorious Nazi criminal M i -;-
milian Belgart was sentenced tc
death in Poland, Ex-SS guards,!
Otto Boehm and August fJoeiin
were sentenced in Dusseldorf t '
life imprisonment for murder, Kv
SS Col. Richard Kokita. the liicii-
inan oi Galicia," was found pi ly-
ing the violin in a Hamburg club
A poll showed H.v; of West Ger-
mans didn't want another Hitler;|
.V sail I hey did, and 10'. didn't
know.
Israeli Foreign Minister Golds
Meir advised the General Ass >t
bly. "The time is due for this or-
ganization io remind the \xab
stales of their basic obligations."
The Association Of Persons Pel'
sccuted by the Nazis charged that
69 West German Foreign Ministry
personnel. SO' of higher-rank Mi
Istry Civil servants and 51 Ol thl
to embassy dire, tors had efazl
pasts.
Dolores Anne Baker. 25, kidnap id
with a friend Oct. 1 and molested
by Jordanians, was identified as
niece of Vice Presidential candi-
date Henry Cabot Lodge.
A group of Israeli youngsters are seen preparing for their
forthcoming Succot celebration at Pioneer Women's Bel
Rovina Community Center in Tel Aviv. Located in ono of
the older sections of the city. Bet Rovina Is one of the first
established by Pioneer Women more than twenty-iive
years ago. Pioneer Women has sponsored 16 Community
Centers in Israel.
Israel's Supersonic Jet
Passes Its Flight Test
TEL AVIV (WNS) Israel
has successfully test-flown it;
own supersonic jet fighter, ac-
cording to the Paris newspaper
France Soir, which was quoted
without comment by Israel!
newspapers.
Israel denied reports thai its
ambassador to France has been
instructed to accept StiO million
in payment lor the i>0 Mirag '
fighters embargoed by the
French government, however.
This would be 10 million m ire
than Israel paid for the planes,
which were on order at the iiaie
the Six-Day War broke out.
Former French President
Charles tie Gaulle embargoed de-
livery of the jets before the
start of fighting in an attempt
to pressure Jerusalem and keep
Israel from taking military ac-
tion to break Egypt's blockade
of Kilat and its massing of tanks
in the Sinai.
The French reixirt on the Isra-
eli-made jet said it is similar to
the Fiench-made Super-Mirage
3-C but is powered by an Amer-
ican engine. The U.S. power
plant is said to lie a G-79, simi-
lar to the General Electric 17
that powers the American-made
Phanton .jets used by the Israeli
Air Force. The Israeli jet is
faster than the Mirage, having
attained a speed of Mach I in
sea-le\ >1 flight, France Soir re-
ported,
Israel reportedly has exten-
sive information about the Mi-
rage, including plans for tin
equipmenl needed to prod ice
the plane. Much of this Inf irm i-
tion reportedly was turned ovi
to Israel by West German engi-
neers who illegally obtained th<
plans while working in Switzer-
land.
Israel, which has been pro-
ducing spare parts for iis Mi-
rages under terms of the origi-
nal agreement covering the sale
of the jets, is said to have pro-
duced the parts 40'; cheaper
than Fiance.
The French embargo has giv-
en a tremendous impetus to Is-
rael's aircraft industry, the no
lion's largest single employer of
workers. Spare parts are now
produced for both military and
civilian airplanes, and work IS
subcontracted because of iiic
volume of orders.
Prosecutor Supports Appeal
FRANKFORT iJTAi Thl
State Prosecutor has surprised
court here by recommending that
it uphold an appeal made by a
former guard at the Auschwitz
death camp who was sentenced to
a 3'. '> year prison term for eoni-
plicity in the deaths of inmates.
The prosecutor said the defendant,
Dr. Bernard Lucas, had only obeyed
orders. The case is the first in
which a prosecutor has supported
an appeal made by a war criminil
he helped to convict.
Four Winds Activities Set
A games party is scheduled for
Thursday, Oct. 15, at the Four
Winds. 9225 Collins Ave.. accord-
in:: to an announcement by Moc
Zipkin, social chairman. Prizes for
tea- Ix'sl costumes will be offered
at its Halloween party. Activities
scheduled for November include a
book review on the 18th, and the
treditlpnal Thanksgiving party at
tlv Harbor House. A Caribbean
cruise is in the initial planning
si age.
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hostess with "The Most
Famous Basket in the
World" will introduce
you to our community
and start you on the
way toward new and
lasting friendships.
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70-10W
IN RB E
iknky una
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- bcrtb] 'ha' haee
filed ir.% Final Report and F<-mi Dustributloi and Final Dis. har^- a*
I ... utrix ol th- '-'a"- of SIDNEl
/v;\i; .1-. --r.|. and that on the 2nd
lay of November. :- IJPjJ <"
ih< Honorable County Judn-s of i>art--
Coatnt) F for approve! of said
i- n.-.: Report end tor distribution end
final dlacharge a* Executrix of the
. ,( the ebore-nemea decedent.
Thin ind dai .
CELU HEIMOWITZ. Exe. utrix
MORTIMER B O MHEH
Attoi ne}
IMS Aineley Huiliirg
IfCAt NOTICE
LEGAL KOTKc
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNT/ JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3551
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I- RB: EeU......'
HARRY PECHTER,
lee. eased ,-
To Ail Creditor! end All Person- Hav-
log 'laim> or Demand) Against Said
Batata. _,
v-,u ere hereby notified end re-
quired to present any .lain:- end de-
mands which you may have
S. ...,;,>.- of HARRY PECHTER
deceased late ..I Da le County, "Tor-
Ida to the County Judges of Dam
Coamty end file the eame In dupli-
cate and ae provided In Bectlon
7?,S IK Florida Statute.-, in th'-ir
oflcee it: th- County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar monthe from the tim- of the
first publication hereof, or the name
...ii be barred.
Dated a' Miami. Florida. Mill f. B
day of i" tober, a l> 1970.
PAIL PECHTER
A* Administrator
First publication of this not!
ii 'jit, May of October, 1970.
SHELDON N LBLCHUK and
LEONARD BU8SMAN
Vttorneys for Adminletrator
19 w racier BL, Suite 204
Miami. Florid. lMAt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
iN CHANCERY.
No. 70-170B2
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OMEI.IO RODRIGUEZ.
Plaintiff.
AI/-DIA RODKIOf'EZ.
Defendant.
TO: AI.ODIA RODRIGIEZ
' West 176th StreetApt. J2
New York. New York
You. AI.ODIA RODRIGUEZ, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
PleadinK to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, MERRILL
I. UMR BBQ MI-MS Dade Fed-
eral liuildmic. Miami. Florida. 33131
and file the original Anawer or PU
Uuj in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 25th
day of October. 1H7". If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint.
Tin- notice -hall he published once
each (reek tor (our oneecutlve ureeka
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida thll -1st day of September
AD. IKO
E Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad- County, Florida
By. C P COPBLAND
11. puty Clerk
(I in -j,. .-,iu-. 8<
MERRILL I LAMB, ESQ.
jOl-S Dade Federal HuiMirg
Miami, Florida, Mill FR-M4H
S 25 10/I-9-1I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-181*5
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS ROBS FOLBT.
Plaintiff.
Jl'ANITA C POLICY
Defendant
T' Jl'ANITA C F'1.FY
Pom Ol. "- I 741!
i lie N.C
Vou. Jl'ANITA C FOLBT. are
| thai Bill '"-
plain (or Divorce hai been filed
again* you, and )rou are required to
serve a eopj i your Answer or Pleao-
tre Bill ol ComphUnl >n the
PUintlfri attorney, ALBERT IL-
BNSKY. '104 Concord Bldg
Flairler Street. Miami. Fiol
,.. the original Answer i i PI'
.he off* ol the Clerk of the
Circuil Court on or before il
day of November. l7 l( you fall "
d'< eo, judgn-e ,t by de(ault will be
i u for the r<
I in the Bill of Compli
Thii e pul
,.,,. h week in ecutlvi
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED ai .Miami.
lay of i ti dm A I1
1970
E B LEATHERMAN <
Cicruil Coui I, Dadi i Mil '. FI'
By r p Cl' 'El AND
Deput}
(Circuit Courl B<
ALBERT H'lLBNBK'
M West Flakier Bl
Miami. Florida T< I Ji : "
II : ."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Uiat
the undersirm-d. de-irlng to engage
in business, under the fictitious name
..( JJBHONILYNS DISTRIBITTolLS at
tSl-BOth Street, Miami Beach. Florida
Intenda reileter -aid name with
the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dade
. ounty, PV
.IA"'K ROBBNTHAL
J'>8KPH 8CHMIER
Attorney toi Ja< k Etoeentbal
Linfili: i'.-.id, Miami IJea.-h. Fla
." 1 i 2--l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'.TH'E IB HEREBY GIVEN that
he underaigned, dealrlng in encase
,i, bualneaa nndei ,; fictil iua name
of Hi'J 'N WHISTLE at -- N Mi-
ami Ave., Miami Intend to reclater
said name with the < let* of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
RICHARD D MARTIN and
BARRY I ORAHAM
KB88LER, ROTH, SHERADSKY &
KECKERMAN
Attorney* tor appll ants
I KM B W Ird Are
Miami. Fla,
... a io *-9-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
OVIB8 CORTIZO FONSECA,
Plaintiff,
v.
ROBERTO FONSECA.
Defendant.
TO ROBERTO FONSECA
108 First Street
Elizabeth. New Jersey
You. ROBERTO FONSECA, are
li.r.by notified that a Bill of Com-
{ plaint for Divorce has been filed
I against you, and you are required to
[ serve -i copy Of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs' attorney. MAX A OOLD-
FAAB, 414 Biwayne Building. Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office >,< the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
MtB day Of October, 1*70. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
tak.:. against you for the relief de-
mand. -I In the Bill "f Complaint.
Thi* notice j.hall be publishad
each week for four consecutive w
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thin 17lh day of September
A D I'"
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dad*- County, Florida
B] GOODMAN
D iputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX A 'I' ILDFARB
4!4 Biscayne liuildmg
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
: 5S 1 z-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
Hi. 70-35S3
(FRANK B. DOWLINGl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE I tate ol
ISIDORE BRANDMAN
i leceaaed,
Tn *>l I "redlti r end All P< rron Hav-
ing <'U,,m- < i:i- ''- Agail -
y.-u are herebj and re-
..... 'n- and d- -
n you ";. ivi
.. : :; BRANDMAN
luntj ludge> I Dade
County, and Hk th< sam< Ii dupi.-
: ;" Ided In .- ti> i
pioridi Btatutei their
In :'-. ui C u- [house
11. : Ci an thin six
a >i- from the time of the
:.,-t publication her< oi thi sasM
\>... I I
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 1st
d. i oi "' r, A.D 1
JESSIE SALTZMAN
Aa i-* Uti IX
uL of this not
lh. iii ..: ol ictobei
K.X'N. E. FINK .v FORMAN
!. ie utrix and the
E*ti '
: i. Miami, l"->
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J L Old AL CiRCU IT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7Q-17374
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
UBRAI D M 1 N \I.D,
Plaintiff,
\ -
EDNA MIi' N'ALD,
Defei dant,
TO: EDNA Mi L>
'..;'. i ilxle High i i
Hamilton, > *hi
vi >l'. El INA Mi DO! here-
by notified thai ilalnt for Di-
vorce hai in filed agalnal you, and
you are required to erve a popy >?(
your Answer or Pleading to the
plaint (.ir Dlv >rca in II i'
Attorney, iRWIN a CHRISTIE 28
Weal Flagler Btreet, Miami. FI
and file ".lie original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office ..f the Clerk, of the
Circuit Court on re the Mh day
of November, ro. if you fall to d i
so, judgment by default will be
against you f..... lei demanded
m the Complaint for Divorce.
Tin- not ce -h ill b publl I I i
each w.-ek Mr four i ecuth
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
done and ORDERED al
Dade County Florida, this ^"i day
of October, l7d
E H bBATHERMAN Cl
Circuit Court Ml onl FI i
By: >\ i. ll ..MAN
' u
(i Ir.u.t Cur1- waji
IRWIN '', CHRWTIE
Attorn. '',- i' ntlff
ti Weal rnU
Miami, Fldwda
i

_
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*isl- fkridHftr
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at iegal
rates .
Dial 37:i 4605
lor messerger serrlc*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-14640
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
[BIB BPEL,
Plaintiff,
v -
ARNOLD J. EPEL.
1.,:.-. i.lanl.
TO. ARNOLD I EPEL
1 jv.i North Florea
I..,- Angele
V'.I- ARE HEREBY I il fled that a
Complaint f..r Dlvor n filed
against you. and you are I reby re-
quired t. serve a c py of your
wer -r other pli the Corn-
on tii" Plal ntlfl
LESTER ROGERS addn
1454 S.Vf. 17th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
and file the n ..-i. al with
the Clerk ..( the above styled Court,
<.n "... -,r a Default v.,;: be ei '
again.-', you.
: IATE11 this 84th day of Sent 1970
E li LEATHERMAN
Clerk oi '",.-, u-t Court
B) C OOt iDMAN
11. puty l.-ik
urt Seal)
ID 2 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to
in business under -he fictitious name
Of iTth AVENI-E MARKET at -.4"
S\V 'JTth Avenue. Miami. FlorHla In-
tend to regietei mid name -h the
Clerk oi the Circuit Court "i Daae
County Florida
RUBEN MORALES
ADOl-OF' i i'I'HI 17.' i
RAYMOND J. WOLF, BSQ
Attorney for Partial
MIS West Flaglt r Btreet
Miami, Florida
I.. H-1C-IS-X0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3387 (Clark)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE. Estate of
LILLIAN JACOBS ROSENBERG
Decea i
To All Creditors .-..l All Perm :i- Hav-
ing Claims or Demand- Again.-' Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mands which you may have :-.
the -state of LILLIAN JAO'l'.s ROS-
ENBERG deceased late ol Dad< Coui
tv, Florida. 10 the County Judg<
Dade County and u*<- the sum. in
duplicate and as provided In Bectlon
73J.lt, Florid:. Statutes, n their of-
fice! in the County Court! >us<
Dade Coun y, Florida, within .-i\ cal-
endar in..: ths fron me ol
fir.-t publication hereof, or the same
will be barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, thi* ;i-t
day of September, AD l"i
Rob) i I R :il'' i s'
II-,.. si I Bfl muel Rosenberg
Ai K\ utors
Kirs* publication of tnm nol i
the tnd da) ol I icti bei. I7i .
MAX A GOLDFARB
torney foi Exe. il
ill Biscayne Building, Miami Fla.
i'1.'.'-' ''
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3533 Dowlingi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate !
REBECCA ALT .MAN
I i. .i
To All Credit Person* Hav-
t 'laimi oi i ma Against Said
E
V'-u :' hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present any clalma and da-
whk-h you may ha\e aarainal
late ol REI ': ''A ALTMAN
!- .. -.) lale o' Dade County. Flor-
ida, in the County Judge* .( Dade
County, and file the ,-ame in duph-
II* pi ded Seel T
16, F;..rida Statute! in their office*
In the County Courtl .use In Dade
County, Florida, with "Ii alendar
month- from the t.m- of the flral
imblication hereof, or the same will
I I.. : .-.!
Dated ai Miami Florida thi* lath
day ol September, A.D "'"
I.AVID ALTMAN
As Executor
First publication of thi* notice on
lh. ... oi i I'-T'i
BILVERSTBIN w KWITNEY
By: PAUL KWITNEY
Aliorni j for E -
flfl Lin oln i!' I 'J
Miami Beach, F!

notice la;;; fictitious
NAVE LAW
NOTICE BY GIVEN that
the HSHlerslsri -' to engage
in buaiaeM u--?-: the fi. titious name
t PETER !?PoRT'.' EAR
Miami Ave ends to register
i naam .^ the I "lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
PEDR .i E CABRERA
_____________'- 10 ;-:-'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGETs"^OURf~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. '0-3442
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
I r.'ILLK S BARKIS.
I ceased.
To All Creditors and A'.] Persons Ha\ -
ing Claims or D*rr.and Against Said
B tau
v. u are hereby n Ufled and re-
ouired to prone lm* ,?i^ d.
rhidi u maj have aga -
the estate -.f L.....,LE S BARKIN
deceased late Dade County FI
ids, to the Judges of Da :
County, and Me the m> in dup;
cats an I ...- pi yj .
!, Florid.. Statutes in their office*
in the County Courthouac
County, Flor
months from :y- time of I I
publication her the utm .k |
be barred,
i led at Mlam F rlda, thi* ^th.
day of i Ictober. A D
HATT'E B BPI T"
I.LT.YD T BARKIN
a- Bbce j'
First publication of thi-
the tth day of Oci bar I n i
SIMON. HAYS & QRCNDWERa
Attorneyi for C i-Eta ii ,r-
Ml Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
' )
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
Case No. 70-17502
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
STELLA C MAGUDBR,
Plall llfl
vs,
RL'Dt .LRU T MAGUDER,
Defei
YOU, RUDOLPH T MAGUDER, 21
flale Avenue, Merlden, Connect
ar<- reejulred to serve a copy of youi
r to thi l ton plaint tor 11
on DAVID M OON8HAK, Attornev
for Plaintiff, I4'.'7 N.W T'li
Miami, Florida, 331 !S and rile original
Answer In the Office of th.- Clerk of
rcull Court on or before the 2nd
day "t November, 1070 or a Default
will be entered against vou
DATED tiii- u'.th day of September,
K R LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: c i. .\ i i:\ander
Deputy Clerk
i" :-:>-i6-^3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3508
NOTICE -O CREDITORS
In RE Betal
HARRY SMITH
Oeceai d
To All Credil I A Hiiv-
ing Clam i oi I*- n.. nds Aga
I.
You are herebj notll
ouir.-d ... prese I anj claim* anil .1.-
mandfl n hlch 'j m* I havi sgi
ol HARRY SMITH ,!. -
, ,., ..-.| ... .. i,.,(, Count}
to the County Judges ol Dadi Coui ly,
and file the -.,*ii- In dupllci '-
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
PAI LINE REEfi
I I nil.
V. M 'I ER I- I.L.I .-.
I ..l.mt
TO: WALTER C REESE
i- o Gerald Kelley
4'.;-. Bronkwuod I" .\-
Lui tell, < Ie*,. !;,.,
You, WALTER C REESE, are
hereby notified thi ......f Com-
:'l.....I foi Dlvorci I i flleil
i you, and vu are required to
- : III four \ .'. it or
Pleading to the Bill .
lh. i1: mi al irney, HAROLD
CEASE, ESQ 272 West I
Si Miami, Florid
il Answer or I
the offli e ol thi CU rk of thi i
Courl on or before ihe ird day ol
Novembi I97n li ou I ill to d
' dei'auli A-ill be taken
against you i... il i Hi I di mandi.!
In thi i r,
Thi- notice *hall bi published once
.. nsei'iil Ive weeks
I IEW l.-'H FI ORIDIAN
DONE AND OR1 ERETJ ai Miami,
1 -": day ..f September
\ :
K i: LEATHERMAN Clerk,
circuit Court, Dad. I 'ountj FI. i da
By: C i ;. i| \i \ \
l > pu > lerk
NOTICE O- ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 70-17612
SUIT FOR OIVOrtCE
Mi .NSERRATE GONZALEZ
RIVERA
Plaintiff,
vs.
PA8CC M. RIVERA,
Defendant
TO: PASCfAL RIVERA
Re-idence unk I
You. PASCCAL ;::\ BR >
by notified '.h.t i Bill
for Divorce h.. :
anil you ar- ... .
of your Anawer or Plead
hill of i 'ompla nt on the P
attorney. JACK S UEBMAN.N 4.)
I.in, oln Road Suite .
Florida Ml : the
Answer .t I ....
liie Cl.-rk of -c- .r -j:' Courl
b.......
if you fail to do i
fault v. Ill be ta
the relief dem.i led I
c. mplaint.
This not Ice aha
eai h wei k for four
in THE JEW tSH
DONE AND "
Fi. Ida this .-
A D 1*7 I
E 11
, Cli uit Court, Da
By. 1 -
Deput;
, 11 ": mi Court S
i .lA.'K s 1 IEBS >
1 4i'" Uncoln K I, Suite 2
ml i:- ach F :
! Phone (31 -767
I NOTICE UNOER r :' .-3
H AM C LA Vi
NOTICE IS
ihe ui
liu.-,i .-- under
of HIS A HERd
li .- \v : Ird -
Florida Inte
n ith the Clei
I i i. I >unt3
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY given thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SPANISH BNGHAVINO at It:.:,
N W 37th Avenue, Miami, Fla. 3?I41!
Itltenda to register Bald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Adrian Esplnosa
t t m lt a lm ^iiP(,^ilf'-"r-'tQ
provided In s...... ; Floi
Statutes, in th. n office* in thi Coun- I (Circuit Courl Bei
ly Courthou Dadi Count.. Fli.r- HAROI.D ( EASE i -'.
Ida, wltl :i iii dai mi Irom j -7uo West Flagler Street
the time ol I ml Heal here- H lami, Florida 11
of. or the Kami will be barrel orni for i'laintiff
Dated :. M Floi 24th '
day of s \ l i :.
I ..\ .'li KENT
As I"'-:,., u'...
Flrsl publication ol thi* ... ,.-.- on
th- 2nd d iv of fjcl bei. lfti"
CR1STOL ROSE .v Al.DRIi H
by A Jay Cril tol
A i toi r:- utor
_'i N E F Bl Avenu
M lami, I- lorlda
______________
ir. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA \-l PROBATE
Mo. 70-2411
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ETHEL D ALTAIAN
1... .:,-.-,I
To Ail Credl'.oi i I Ll I .
ing Cl:.::, | .- p
You are hereby noiii,. ,
ouired to present any claim* and di
manda which you mai .
the estate ETHEL ALTMAN I
' ed lati a Dadi County I
Ida, to the County Judge* : Dade
County, and fib- the mum In dupli-
cate and as provided .- 733..
16 Florid Btatutei. in theli i
in ih>- County Courthou** In i ,i.
County, Florida, wl.thli li .
montha from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same v. in i
barred.
Iiat.-d a. Miami. I-' .
day of July A D 191 I
Harold H Allman
As Executor
First publication ol thi* notice
the 2nd day of October l70
LAURENCEJ ALTMAN
Attorney for Executor
7477 S.W. XL-nil Btreet
Miami, Florida |314|
'.......-" *' -H" '.. lea iii.

NOTICE Oc APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 2C722 Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 439
NO! Hi: IS HERI i OIVBN that
'i XCERT A8SOCI \ li:s holder of
' 'i. 13 Ti Salt ficati No 14hj
| ui d thi I da) of June, A 1 II.....
..l has
made ,. .. i.....| ,,,
be Issued thereon Said i' rtlflcate
embrace* Ihi following de .i bed prop-
jrtj in thi in Dade, State of
I- ;,, id... :.,..\ it :
H 82.5 it of \ ii.:", JO f| of EM of
NW< : si;:. |>g i:. iv |.; I. Blk
PU li : ,. SAL I! IV, Si Ptlon
-. Township .",< South, Range 4"
i 'ontalning is a<..........
i. iii. i ],.., ,
State ,,i Florida Thi* deed will
i in,i ubjei i i, an ether om-
slana dellnqui I i ,.f Miami
ti a id ii- .- | 1970 i 'ounty
,:' and City ... .Miami taxe*
The mem nf said property
.ii_ii.li- t u.i.i. r ths raid certificate was In the
- nam. of: HE.NRV C. BWICORD and
Unless Bald certificate shall be re-
acinrdlug to law, the prop.
ertj .''- flbed her........ in be sold to
the hlghesl bidder for cash at the
i outthou.....oor on the firs! Monday
in the month nf November, 1970,
which ir ihe 2nd day of November,
oi
^10,1...I thi* Mth day of September,
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of th- Circuit Courl,
Hade County, Florida
By: p F GI'LDSTRAND, D.C.
(Circuit dun BaaJl
>------------------^gt.ia^-a-jjj,-a
NC:C OFAC
INTHECIRCv. T ?r ~ --
ELEVENTH jUOiC'A- :,*C ~
OF FLORIDA in an; m DA38
COUNTY CIVIl ACTION
No. ro-1779
suit fjp oi,- ;e
A II A Rl ISA I '
PI ilntlff,
vs
RAF I BL "
Defei ...-
'In RAPA1.....
Rampa So. 283. S
; villa .,
V. u. RAFAEL I
RNBZ. are he'-v '
Bill ..f C m|
i been filed ..-' ilnat you
r. quired to sen '
er or Pleading t the
on the Plaint ff's attoi
POI \N .-
Miami, F* v :
...1 Answer
I offic. of the '
. Court on or before
November, 1970
, Judgm -nt by del it
net you for I
In the Hill of i :
This noli. ,
each week I i
i THE JEW -' ,
DONE ANJ
Florida, this
" E ? LE I
Circuit c uri
3] s
Deput:
(i Mrcult Court s
JACK H. POLAN
2720 VV< 11 Flagl
Miami, Florid i
Attorneys for PI*
NOTICE UNDER :-i'"J^3
NAME ^A.v
NOTICE 1> '
the un.ler>,g:,.-d i
In hiusines:. under the Ktiti
of IIV1NE PET PARI-* >* ,
Bird Rd., Miami Intend W
SIDNEY BPRONSO
Attorney for applicant
Si:; Ainsley HIdg.
Miami. Fla. j^-IIY'^9'-


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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18199
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NAIA PFOI.IESK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
.11 iHKl'll Pl'GLIESE, SIX
I i.-IV.ul;.lit.
TO: J" >8EPH I'll ILIE8E, JR.
8J-76 89th St
\ orla, .'.V'.v York
v..u. JOSEPH PUOLJESE, ,n:., are '
lii-r.-by notified thai n LUU of Com- ',
plaint fur Divorce has been. filed;
againsi you, and you are required u<
serve a ennx al your. AnsAvej,or I'll .ul '
ing iii the mil hi Complain,! "ii Hi-
Plnlntifra attorney. Rl "BERT II.
IIITRN8, BSQI'IRE. 330 I in...l.i Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and tile the
original Answer or Pleadings In the |
office "i the Clark of the Circuit
Court mi or before the 16 day ofj
November, 1970. If you f:iil to do so. j
ludgnum by default will l>. taken I
ngalr.sl you for ilu- relief demanded
in the r.iii ..f Complaint.
Thin notice shall be published once
".-n-li wi-iK for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FIORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED al .Miami,
Florida, this 7 day of October A.D.
1970.
i: U LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dadooounty, Florida
By: I.. sneeden
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Scall
Rl IHERT II BURNS
3110 Lincoln ltd.
Miami I tench, Florida
Attoi .i.v for Plaintiff
10/16-23-30 ii 8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ill" undersigned, desiring r.. engage
mi buslm under the fictitious name
"I ARTHl'R W. SITRTN, D.D.S, al
105*9 Bird Road, Miami. Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ARTHl'R IV. SITKIN. T> Ii S P A.
r.. Arthur W. Bitrin, D.D 8.
FROmukiji:, FROMBERO A.- ROTH,
P A.
M-i'U Blscnyne Building,
Miami. Florida, 33130
Attorneys for Arthur W. Sitrin,
I'U.S.. I' A
IN THE CIRCJIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-16186
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LI'CKNEH MORBLUS,
Plaintiff,
ll NOTICE
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai by
virtue of Chapter 678 Florida stat-
utes Annotated (19411 Warehousemen
and Warehouse Ki- .int.- wherein
ABE VAN links a Florida corpora-
tion by virtue of its warehouse Hen
ha.- in its possession the following de-
scribed property.
[*sed Household goods s th" nronerrv
of BERNARDO BAL.DOR whose last
known address was 335 7". St.. Apt 4.
Miami Beach, Fla and that on the 6th
day of Nov., 1970 during the legal
hours of sal*-, mainly between 11:00
forenoon and 3:00 in the afternoon nt
3126 N W 34th Avenue, Miami. Flo-
rida the undersigned shall offer for
sal.- to the highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described property
of BERNARDO PAI.DOR.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of October, 1*70,
10/16-33
AHA ANDVZAR MORELV8,
Defendant.
TO: ADA ANDl'ZAR MORELIS
Heslden. c T'nknnwn
yoi ARE HKRBB1 notified that
a Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed ngaln'si you, and you are here-
by required to serve a oopv of vour
answer or other pleading to the Com-
plain! on tii" Piainuif's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whose address is
I4S4 N.W. I7ili Avenue, Miami, Florida
33123. and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled court, on
or before the 13th day of November,
1970, or n default will be entered
agnlnsl you.
DATED at Miami. Dad" County,
Florida, this :.ih day of October, 1970,
(Circuit Court Seal)
E 11. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Hi.- Circuit Court
By: C. P. copki.and
in 9-16-33-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-7576
(Judge Dowlingl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate ..i
ANNE PEKI.H K
I..... ..I
To All Creditors and All Persona Ifav-
Ing Cli.....- "i Demands Agalnt
i;. ii ii.
You are hereby notified and ro-
mands w !ij:Ji you may have r
th.i "stai..: .ANNI-i I'EKI.ii k di -
ceasttf (ale "i 11 id" County; i
to Hi" .Cou.it> Judge < of Dade Coun-
und fil. the s in.- in duplicate
provided i Section : (
Floridn Statutes, n their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Fli.iioa. within six calendar months
from tli" time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be harrod
Dated nl Miami. Florida, lids 22nd
day of September, A.D. I97.
First publication of this notice on
the 23th day of S"|il. nil.-r 1970
111 >\\ AIM) It. IHItSCIl
As Administrator
HOWARD It IIIUSCll
Attorney for Administrator
Sim lllscayne Blvd., Miami. Florida
33138
fl gg in 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTfCB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the Ul ilersigned, sli Ing In
In busini : uii'l. r
nf 1)1 I.IIHi INTERNATIONAL
Iii (TEL i Id l.il" i INTERN \-
Tlt >NA i. Ti nits at i 3 Urn oln Road,
Miami Beach, Ploridu intend '> rcg t-
"I* said names with Ihe Clerl i f ilm
Circuit Court ol Daile County, Florida.
MIl.Ti >N SIRKTN
ALEXANDBII SIKKIN
LEON SIRKIN
adeij-: 3jivn S
HARRIS & SIRKBw. :- A ii
\i a. \ for Ap|aUratit>
l*th Floor Bade Federal HUlg
Minim. Florida 33131
. in 2-9-1(1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Till-: FFI.TO.N STREET FISH
MARKET . rin.-, Florida Intends to register said
name with th" t'l.-rk of the Circuit
Court Dade County, Florida.
Owner
The Velvet Balloon Corp
by: Rii-hurd Qerateln, President
SAMUEL. BTEEN
Attorney for applicant
P.O. llox li'14. Coral Cables, Kin.
'j 36 l" 3-9-16
mi
it COURT of the
JOICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
JE COUNTY
1 No 70-17552
ICE OF SUIT
Vi.EK.
ft'
i.F.R.
T Ki'TTI.KR
West Highway
HEREBY NOTIFIED
for divorce has. been
"U it* th" above-styled
hat jiiu are required to
of your Answer or Plead-
to it. on the Plaintiffs
fRANKEL ft AVRACH.
2"0. 4'JO Uncnln Head.
Florida, 331.19. and file
With th.- Clerk of the
Court on or before the
teniher. 1X7": otherwise
m:i> I," entere relief demanded in the
my hand and seal of
the : LBATHERMAN
Irk. Circuit (? |r County. Florida
. L SNKF.BE.V
, l)eput\ Clerk
|rt Seal
10/2-9-16-33
! UNDER FICTITIOUS
[NAME LAW
HEREBY atVBN that
I, desiring to engage
Under the fi.titious names
DBR & TOBIN. WAYNE
T.D., and DANIEL, BA
Bt 1150 N.W. Hth Street,
Ma Intends to register
r*'ti the clerk of the Clr-
Ds.de County. Florida.
IIADKR AND TOBIN,
PA
ITNBE TOBIN, M.D.
|, KltOMRERO" ft ROTH
' DOCTORS I1ADER &
9/25 10/2-9-16
JNTY JUDGES COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IDA|N PROBATE
No. 70-3460
E TO CREDITORS
of
JDBL
'"- and All Persons Hav-
Demauds Against Said
ereby notified and re-
nt any claims and de-
you may have against
MARCIA KANDEL. de-
Bade County. Florida.
Judges of Dade County.
me in dupUcate and as
Section 733.16, Florida
ir offices in the Coun-
' Dade County, Flor-
calendar months from
first puldiration here-
, "ill be barred.
'ami, Florida, this 28th
"r. A.D. 1870.
ZBI^ESBBN
Bmcatra
atlon of this notice on
October, 1970.
( uirix
aB. Miami, Kla.
10/2-9-16-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
ihe underabjned, desiring to engage in
buslnesa under the fictitious nnme of
CAKAMKI.OS BI, ARTI8TA, nt 2:il
B.W. ". SI Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk "f
th" Circuit Court of Dade Coiliity,
Florida
JUAN M. OI.IVA
(owner!
Iii '16-23-30 11 't;
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-18343
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.II'ANITA DIANE CROAK,
Plaintiff,
vs
Richard EDWARD CROAK,
Defendant
TO: RICHARD EDWARD CROAK
321 W. Baltimore (Ant r.l
I.ns Vegas. Nevada S9HI9
You. RICHARD EDWARD CROAK,
are herehj notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or I'l.ad-
mg to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. (iROVER CI-
MKNT WK1NSTELV & STAIBER.
P.A.. 156 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida nnd file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
17th day of November. 1970. If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four conflcictftiVe w.-ek.-.
in THK JEWISH KIXiRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8th day of October A.D.
1H7II.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit t.'ourl, Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNHBDBN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
UROVBR CUM EXT WEIXSTEIN ft
ST A CHER. PA.
rtr.O l.n -In Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/16-23-3(1 11/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBAT
No. 70-3638
In RE: Estate of
CIS SILVER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Dem.-.nds Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and recrah*-
ed to present any claims which you
may have against the estate of CIS
SILVER deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, nnd file the same In
duplicate nnd as provided in Suction
733.16. Florida Statutes. In their of-
fices In the County Court house In
Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from Ihe time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thin 5th
day of October. A.D. 197".
THKLMA SILVER
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 16th day of October. 1970.
PAIID KWITNEY
Attorney for TH ELM A SILVER
420 Lincoln Road
10/16-23-30 11/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the un'l.-rsign.'d. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of MR. THOMAS FASHIONS at 3240
N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with tile
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
(Owner!
Thomas Milan
4.".'-". N \Y. t'lh Street Apt. No. 7
Miami, Florida
:i S3 m 2-li-lfi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3159
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
SOPIB THORB.IORNSEN. a.'k a
SOFIA THORBJORNSEN
i hftceaged.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 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 BOFTE thorb.iorn-
BBN, a'k/a, SOFIA THORBJORN-
SEN deceased late of Dadn County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, und file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 73.1.16.
Florida Statutes. In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Dated nt Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of September. A.D. 1970.
AUtERT EDL1ND
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2.".th day of September, 1970.
CHARLOTTE J. I'.ARKAX
Attorney for Executor
1111 Alnsley Building
9/23 '0/2-9-1G
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 Q. KING,
Defendant.
in MARIA (1. KINO
:tr7 Prince Frederick Road
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Yoc. MARIA a. KINO, are hereby
notified that a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required 10 serve a copy of your
Answer or pleading to the Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney.
RONALD I.. DAVIS. ESU.. 417 Bis-
cavne Bunding, 19 W. Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 33130 Phone: 37t>-
2aali and file the original Answer or
pleading in the office of the Oerk of
th.- Circuit Court on or before the l-ith
dgy of November. 1970. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken'against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint for Divorce
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four co'nsecuttvr on
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID-
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 5th day Of October, 1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court
I>ade County, Florida
By: C. P. coi'K.l.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
t0/>-lC-N-M
IN THE COUNTY J JDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 7C-3472
in BE: Bstate of
RAE W KIN STEIN
I leleas.'d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of RAE WEIN8TE1N de-
ceased laie ..f Dad.- County. Florida,
to the Counts Judges of I lade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Kim-
da, within si\ calendar months from
the time of th.- first publication here-
of, or the same will lietiarr. -
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2Mh
dav of September. A.D. 1970.
PHILIP KATZBN
c o FRANKBL X- AVRACH, P A.
4J" Lincoln Road. Suite 280
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
As Administrator
First publication "f this notice
the 2nd day of c tctober, 1970.
FRAXKE1. & AVRACH. P.A.
Attorneys for Administrator
42') Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139 ,..,-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-625 Dowling
IN RE: Estate of
I'.l.l.l'.N A. WAI.CH, aka
El.LEV OATES U ALCil,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as EXECUTRIX "f the es-
tate of ELLEN A. WAI.CH. aka
ELLEN OATES WAI.CH. d.....'asedl
and that on the 6th day of Novemb-
er, 19"". will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, Flo-
rida, for approval of said Final He-
port and for distribution and
discharge as EXECUTRIX of the as-
tate of the above-named decedent,
This 89th day of September. 1970.
EVELYN IT(;K. Executrix of the
Estate of ELLEN A. WAIX'H. aka
ELLEN OATES WAI.CH. Deceased.
WALLACE X. MAER
Attorney for Executrix
4"."i I'.is.ayne Building
.Miami. Fla. 331(0 Phone 379-2671
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 1283
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
NATHANIEL W. SIEOEL holder of
County Tax Stile Certificate No. 2611
issued the ::tst day of May, A.D.
1968. has filed same in my office, and
h.-us made application for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. Said Certifi-
cate embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade. State
of Florida, to-wit: ,
Lot 22 Block .'. Pinehurst, Plat
Book 1 l'age 177 in the County of
Dade, State of Florida. This deed
will he Issued subject to all other
outstanding delinquent City of
Homestead taxes and liens and
197" County taxes anil City of
Homestead taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property und-
er the said certificate was In the name
of: PRANCES R HOUIES & w W.
C. HOLMES. ^ .. t
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash at the
Courthouse door on the flrat Monday
in the month of November. 1970,
which is the 2nd day of November.
1970.
Dated this 2Sth day of September.
197U.
E. B. I.EATHF.RMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By: P. F. OILDSTRAND. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal, ,-.,.,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3063
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
(lBORaiA i:. I.AWSON
11. eased
To All Creditors ami All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and
i|Uii"il I" in.-s". 11 any Claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate nl OSEOROIA K. LAWSON
deceased late of Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, t.. the County Judges of Bade
County, and fil" the .-run- in dupli-
cate and as provided III Section 733.-
li>. Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred. .
1NA \. SHI\
As Executrix
First publication of this notl on
lb.- 9th day of < ictober, 1970.
A JAV CRI8TOL
Attorney for Executrix
31 N.E, Fii si A Ye., Miami. Fla.
10 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3178
(Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Bstate of
MARY ISA MITII. a k a
ISA WINilETT MITII,
Deceased,
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified nnd r.--
iiuired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .slat, of MARY ISA MCTH. also
known as ISA WINOETT MI"TH. de-
ceased late of Allegheny County. Penn-
sylvania to th" County Judg.s of
Dad. County, and file the sani" in du-
plrcate and as provided in Section
783.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lMn
dai of September. AD 1970.
BLIZABETH BADA8
As Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on the
35th dav of Beotember, 1970.
HARRIS & SIRKIN. PA
Attorneys for Ancillary Executrix
12th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
final .Jllami. Florida 33131
9 23 1" 2-9-18
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter 678 Florida stat-
utes Annotated (1941) Warehousemen
and Warehouse Receipts wherein
ABE VAN 1JNES a Florida corpora-
tion by virtue of Its wan-house lien
has in Its possession the following de-
scribed property.
Pied Household goods as the property
of MARY ciici'.OFT whose last known
address was c/o Henry J. White. 271
S w .".3rd St.. Miami, Fla. and that
on the 30th dav of October. 1970 dur-
ing the legal hours of sale, mainly be-
tween 11:00 forenoon and 3:00 In the
afternoon al '-'136 N.W. 24th Avenue.
Miami. Florida the undersigned shall
offer for sal.- to the highest bidder
for ensh in hand the above described
property of Mary Cocroft.
Dftted at Miami. Florida, this 3th
day Ol October. 1970.
10/9-16
IN THE COUNTY JU JGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-3468
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
KITH H. LEW INSOHN
Deceased.
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Kuy-
mg Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: .
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agarnst
the estate of RITH B. LEWINSOHN
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dtted at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day ofSeptemher. A.D. 1970.
HERBERT LEWINSOHN
As Executor
First publication of this untie* on the
23th day of September, 1970s.
VRONOV1TZ. SILVER* BOOTH
by: Sidney Aronovitz
Attorneys for Executor
S08 Alnsley Building. Miami. Honda
9 35 1" 2-9-16
NOTICE Of APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70 A 467
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
TAXCERT ASSOCIATES holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate Ko. 8283
issued the 1st day of June. AD 19M..
has tiled same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty In the County of I Mule* Stale of
Florida, to-wlt:
I,ot 21 Block 5. Rldgewrfl'.flnt
Book 12 Page 70. Section lr.|T|wn-
ship 33 South. ange 41 hast, in
the County of Dade. StllK* o| l"|.r-
Ida. This deed will be isa.| sub-
ject to 197" County taxes and
Liens. 1 fj
The assessment of ssin properly
under the said certificate was in the
name of: ROBERT DAVIS
Cnless said certificate sIibII be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
ertv described herein will be sold to
the" highest hldrter for cash at the
Courthouse door on the first Monday
In the month of November. 1970.
which ia the 2nd day ol November.
1970. .I- .
Dated this 28th day or September,
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the. Circuit Court.
Dade County. WIMP*
By: P. F. 'ill DSTrTArWV D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/2-9-16-23



Pag 12-B
9-Jmisii ncrkJian
Friday. October IB, 1970
OUR POLICY: PRICES REMAIN THE SAME ALL WEEK LONG I
U.S. GOV'T.
INSPECTED
USDA
CHOICE
* LEGSO
LAMB
WHOLE
FYNE
. .TRIM.
- : = U.S. CHOICE U.S. GOV'T. INSP,
SHOULDER
CHOPS
BLADE
. CUT. .LB.
LAMB
99
TOP U.S. CHOI.": -U.S. C-n\ T. IN
LAMB
SHOULDER
ROAST
SQUARE
. CUT. .lb
69
TOP U.S. CHOICE U.S. GOV'T INSP.
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
II ATURES EFFLCTIVC THRU SATURDAS OCT.
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FRLDERICH'S STORES.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVF-D
ZdSflM MERCHANTS
1
\
(.Hf I N S>
TOP J.5. CHOICE U.S. GOV'T. IN3P. ^r ----------- ^^
Shanks LAMfi..,, 69c Lamb Stew 59
Jf GREEN STAMPS
FOR FINE NAME BRAND GIFTS
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
STEAKS
$159
i
DELMONIGO
TOPU.S CHOICE WESTERN T gf^
CHUCK STEAK PVC
59
GRADE 'A' FRESH ICED GA. FLA.
THE ILLUSTRATED
COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA
Volume Sevens199gE2
QUARTERS
LEG OR
BREAST
QUARTERS
Sohua Sfiecvil! SAVE 10*
AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or _A
12-oz. B ^Sm
&**A SfUCtaUf SAVE UP TO 38'
WESTERN SELECTED SLICED
BEEF LIVER
. LB.
KNOCKS
. .PKG .
SAVE 10c SLICED ALL BEEF
Oscar Mayer Bologna
49'

/SAVE 32*ON'2 PKGS
BOUTIQUE PRINTS OR COLORS
BATHROOM
TISSUE
PKG. OF
ROLLS
LIMIT TWO PKGS. OF TWO ROLLS EACH.
PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 OR
MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
Ocsfote* ^etintf *?e&tiv FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL!
"ftOD FAIR CREAMED SAVE IOC'
COTTAGE gg
ALLGRINDS
1-LB.
CAN
ALL GRINDS
FOOD FAIR hb can
OR AU PURPOSE GRIND
FYNE TASTE
V
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND PLE
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7 Of*-,. aob,
excluding aGARrrTfsjpv*'"0"
-=>V"
Haddoefk 8
. LB.
S'MNLH,U, s AN0 BONELESS
GARDEN
FRFSH
HEAD
TOP QUALITY SEEDLESS J">
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 5 49
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA S
VALENCIA ORANGES 10 69
fry
NORTHWEST BARTLE/
PEAl?" --u-' lb. 29c ScuAtce Ttdiaitetez*
CHEESE 2
,-L.B.i
.CUP
LARGE OR SMALL CURD
MEA\T POT PIES
SAVE 15. Ail FLAVORS
Borden's Yogurt
MASTER S
^our Half & Half
98"o FAT FRfF CREAMED ( lB
Les' Cal Cottage Cheese cup
FOfS" I.O0IOA MADE EXClUSIVt (OR (OODIAIB
8 0Z
cups
I60Z
CUP
39'
33c
39c
BEEF*. TURKEY
CHICKEN
MACARONI &
MEAT SAUCE
SAVE 16. Forye,
AVAILA8LI AT STORI S WITH SI RVI
ALL CHI I ^i AMD LUNCH Ml
SLICED TO YOUR ORDI.K.
OlD FASHIONED WIDE
German Style Bologna
' kU FRESHU SMOKED SIIC AQC
Nova Scotia Lox w
89*
APPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL!
Birds Eye Tasti Fries
FOODF AW
83 VALUE-BAND AID BRAND
SHEER STRIPS
XOF
FOR CUTS
A GRAZES
Country Squire Bread x 29c
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20C-FOOD FAIF
LAYER
CAKE
JTiTTT^M
HALF
LEAN
SLICED
89
DEVILS FOOD. CMOCOLATL CHIP. COCONUT
ALL
FLAVORS
RITZ SODAS
I ^% V
I NO RETURN
M^0 BTLS.


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