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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
i olume 43 Number 28
Miami, Florida Friday July 10. 1970
Two Sections Price 20r
THREE PLANES DOWNED
SAM 3 Missile Bases
Inch Closer To Suez
Official Comment On
Peace Plan Withheld
TEL AVIV (JTA) Gen.
Halm Bar-Lev, Israel's Chief of
Staff, disclosed Monday that at
least two Soviet SAM-3 missiles
have been fired at Israeli air-
craft over the Suez Canal zone
in recent days.
Gen. Bar-Lev said the Egyp-
tians, aided by the Russians.
have succeeded in moving about
a dozen ground-to-air missile
bases within range of Israeli
jets flying missions over the
canal zone. The missiles, he said,
' are mainly SAM-2s, but at least
two batteries of SAM-3s, which
arc manned exclusively by So-
; \ let personnel, are also being
fired from improvised non-
concrete launching pads set up
I during the night last Monday.
The three Israeli jets downed
I |w| week. Gen. Bar-Lev dis-
closed, were hit by SAM-Sl as
I they attacked the missile bases
being inched closer and (loser to
the canal zone by the Egyptian-
Soviet forces. The missiles hud
hitherto been ineffective uguinst
I low flying aircraft.
The missiles are now deployed
within a rectangular area, the
general said, 15-20 miles west of
the Suez. The fact that Israeli
planes flying over the canal have
been fired on indicates that the
missile launching pads are less
than 20 miles away, it was ex-
plained, since the SAM-2 is
known to have a maximum 20-
mile range.
Israeli military sources denied
reports that the jets downed last
week were victims of a "modi-
fied SAM-2 with electronic sys-
tems so radically improved that
it amounts to a brand new So-
viet missile." Joseph Alsop, a
syndicated newspaper columnist,
had claimed that a considerable
number of the "improved" ver-
sion had been deployed in a line
about 10 miles west of the Suez.
The New York Times linked
the jet loss to the reported ar-
rival in Egypt of a Soviet missile
Western military experts call
Contlnuea on Pg o-A
Nasser, Top Soviets
Reach Understanding

THANT CONCEDES
U.N. FAILURE
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
(jTAtA United Nations
spokesman reported that
Secretary General U Thant
has no plans to meet with
Middle East envoy, Dr. Gun-
nar V. Jarring, during his
stay in Geneva, which was
to end Thursday. The Sec-
retary General, who is at-
tending meetings of the
U.N.'s Economic and Social
Council, conceded at open-
ing session that the world
organization has shown an
"inability to turn the dis-
sensions and power neuroses
of nations into common and
constructive endeavors for
mankind" and its "failure
to pacify two theaters of
conflictthe Middle East
and Southeast Asia," Mr.
Thant had met with King
Faisal of Saudi Arabia on
Saturday.
LONDON (JTA i President
Nasser of Egypt and three top
Soviet leaders have reached
what Tass, the Soviet press
agency, called "complete mutual
understanding in all fields." He
met in the Kremlin with Com-
munist Party Chief I-eonid I.
Brezhnev, Fremire Aleksei N.
Kosygin and President Nikolai
V. Podgorny.
At a dinner in the Arab lead-
er's honoj", President. Podgorny
asserted that the USSR will ccn-
tinue to help the Arab countries
in their struggle to eliminate the
consequences of Israeli aggres-
sion, for attaining a just and
lasting peace." He pledged to
"continue to develop the broad
and mutually advantageous co-
operation between the Soviet
Union and the United Arab Re-
public in the political, economic,
cultural and other spheres."
Scoring Israel as a weapon
that is in the service of imperi-
alism." buoyed by "the war ar-
senal of the United States,"
Col. Nasser called for a Middle
East peace based on "justice."
rather than on forcible occu-
pation of territory" and "gross
trampling on the rights of peo-
ple." But t>oth leaders stopped
short of proposing a stepup in
the battle against Israel.
Mr. Podgorny, in fact, reiter-
ated the Soviet desire for a "po-
litical settlement." The Soviet
president referred indirectly to
Israel's right to exist and never
mentioned "U.S. imperialism"
directly, leading observers to de-
scribe his remarks as optimistic
and flexible.
Roth leaders referred to the
Security Council's Nov. 22. 1967
resolution, emphasizing the part
about Israeli withdrawal from
occupied areas. There was no
mention at the dinner, however,
of (he new American peace initi-
ative for the Mideast, which
Egypt's president had condemn-
ed in his Libya speech last week.
Observers concluded that the
two countries were at least dis-
cussing the U.S. plan, possibly
with some interest.
According to a London Daily
Telegraph report, the postpone-
ment of President Nasser's de-
parture from Moscow was due
to Russia's desire to develop and
discuss their plan for a Middle
East Settlement. More time, it
reported, was needed for talks
on the purchase of arms.
Mrs. Meir's Reply 'Moderate'
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Pre-
1 mier Golda Meir has sent Rich-
laid M. Nixon her government's
1 response to the new American
[peace proposals for the Middle
East announced by Secretary
|of State William P. Rogers.
According to reliable sources,
St was more "moderate" than
jhiitially intended because Presi-
dent Nixon's television remarks
ttu the Mideast last Wednes-
day went a long way to ve-
Issure Mrs. Meir and members
ft her cabinet of U S. intentions
keep Israel strong. Israel is
Rot entirely satisfied with the
IJS. initiative, however.
No details of the Roger's pro-
posal were released, at the ex-
press request of the U.S. gov-
ernment, but it was said to in-
clude the establishment of a
temporary cease-fire in the Suez
Canal zone to be followed by a
pull-back of Israeli and E-jyp-
tian forces to points 12 miles
behind their present lines.
In a speech to the Knesset last
week. Premier Meir categori-
cally rejected the idea of a
cease-fire with a time limit
attached. According to diplo-
matic sources here, her reply to
President Nixon was 'courteous
and restrained" and stressing
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel
continued to withhold official
comment on American moves to
counter the Soviet military pres-
ence in the Middle East. The
nearest thing to an official re-
action was Foreign Minister
Abba Eban's statement during
a television interview that "Mr.
Nixon's declarations were defi-
nitely in keeping with our over-
all impression of American di-
plomacy." Mr. Eban had previ-
ously called President Nixon's
televised remarks on the Middle
East "an internationally import-
ant document."
Other diplomatic circles wel-
comed Mr. Nixon's remarks but
thought they fell short of an
unequivocal American warning
that would deter Moscow from
escalation of its military activi-
ties in the Mideast. "In any
case," one diplomat told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, "the
question is whether it will be
followed by action."
Two Cabinet ministers. Arye
L. Dulcin of the militantly na-
tional Gahal faction, and Israel
Galili. a Labor Party Minister-
Without-Portfolio who is a close
adviser to Premier Golda Meir,
expressed approval of the peace
initiative.
World-wide attention was fo-
cussed on a background briefing
at the summer White House in
San Clemente, Calif., enlarging
upon President Nixon's televised
words warning that the Mideast
conflict could lead to a con-
frontation between the super-
powers which neither wants and
describing him as "convinced the
United States will have to take
some action to force the removal
of Soviet military personnel
from Egypt, just as the Ken-
nedy Administration took a
stance that forced the removal
of Soviet missiles from Cuba a
decade ago."
White House press secretary
Ronald Ziegler declared there
are no plans to send American
military personnel to the Mid-
east, but he refused to rule out
the possibility that under some
circumstances President Nixon
Continued on Page 12-A
FCC Withdraws WXUR License
WASHINGTON (JTA) -The
Federal Communications Com-
mission has unanimously voted
to withdraw the license of radio
station WXUR in Media. Pa.
The outlet, licensed to the Faith
Theological Seminary, was ac-
cused of airing programs with
highly racist, anti-Semitic, anti-
Negro and anti-Catholic content
and ignoring its obligation to
notify subjects of on-the-air per-
sonal attacks of their right to
reply. The station, which regu-
ularly aired comments by semi-
nary president Rev. Carl Mc-
Intire, must close by Sept. 1.
that a strong Israel was the host
guarantee for Mideast peace,
urged the United States to take
note of the dangerous imbalance
now prevailing in the region.
Her reply was said to have full
support of Foreign Minister
Abba Eban.
Mr. Nixon, in his televised
question-and-answer session with
three network correspondents
last Wednesday emphasized the
gravity of the situation and stat-
ed that the U.S. had no intention
of letting the military balance
shift in favor of Israel's ene-
Contlnued ou ?it* 13-A
Sen. Javits Urges
Nations to Aid U.S.
LONDON, (JTA) "There
is grave danger that with Rus-
sian troops in Egypt the Rus-
sians might try to hold Europe
for ransom," Senator Jacob
Javits said Monday. "But." he
told a press conference. "Amer-
ica obviously would not let this
happen."
The Republican Senator from
New York had arrived in Lon-
don from Brussels where he had
participated at the meeting of
the Political Commission of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion. Sen. Javits said he li id
urged his colleagues in the Po-
litical Commission to underscore
the need for Europe to help th-
U.S. directly in Mideastern af-
fairs. He said Europe could help
by supplying more naval forces
in the Mediterranean Sea.
The Mideast should be in-
cluded in negotiations and con-
tacts between East and West
Europe. Senator Javits stated.
There was a tendency in Europe,
he said, to view the Mideast as
something which was American
but not European business de-
spite the strategic importance
of Greece. Turkey and Italy, as
well as the importance of Mid-
eastern oil.
Reform Leaders
Meet In Holland
AMSTERDAM. (JTA) -The
non-violent rebellion of youth all
over the world against "wide-
spread corruption, bigotry and
violence" is a reflection of so-
cial values which derive from
the Hebrew prophets, Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath. presi-
dent of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations (UAHC'i,
told 4C0 Reform Jewish leaders
f'.om all parts of the world meet-
ing here at the 16th Interna-
tional Conference of the World
Union for Progressive Judaism.
The future of the synagogue
will depend upon whether or not
our Reform Jewish Establish-
ment will tolerate experimenta-
tion, exploration and innovation
by radical Jewish students,"
Rabbi Eisendrath said. "But
there may be no future for the
synagogue." he added, "unless
we permit such free-lance, free-
wheeling Judaism in action."
The rabbi also criticized those
rabbinic colleagues and Jewish
laymen who believe that the
State of Israel is the only cen-
ter of Jewish life today. He said
that Jewish life has always had
more than one center of focus,
and contended that both Israe'.
and the diaspora are essential.
to the survival of Judaism to-
day.
Religious non-recognition by
Israel of her non-Orthodox com-
munities was scored by Prof.
Ezra Spicehandler, director of
the Hebrew Union College Areh-
eological Institute in Jerusalem,
and by Rabbi Jacob Shankman
Continued en fg 11-A


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+Jewlsti Flcrkfiatn
Friday, July_ 10. 137q
Local Agencies Combine Efforts To Aid Refugees
Agendas o the Greater Miami JewLsh Fed ia-
ti'in arc combining their effort! to assist in the
resettlement ot a aurahgr of Jewish refuses families
from Eastern Kurope, N'orth Africa and South
America.
Virtually a" "f tric arrivals are in serious
financial circumslancvs, in need of housing, jobs
and other services. A few are highly skilled pro-
fessionals, but luck the necessary familiarity with
English to practice their jiroU-ssion. Still Others
require medical care, counseling and other forms
of aid to help in adjusting to a new life.
Tims far in 1070, five family units have arrived
in Greater Miami, .joining 11 families that were
welcomed and resettled here last year. Over the
next few months, the Federation expets to assist
at least 10 more such families.
The Jewish Family and Children's Service is
serving as the Federation's central agency in the
resettlement program. Mrs. Martha Cohen, super-
visor of intake at the J8CS, has appealed to the
Jewish community of Greater Miami to assist in
the eftoit by prwMtng Jobs for the new arrivals.
Among the latest families to arrive are a Polish
cup'e. with a ."i-ycai-o'.d daughter, who need em-
ployment and permanent housing. Roth the man and
his wife are trained commercial artists. Another
immigrant from Poland, a single man, 49 yean old.
is a construction engineer with a college degaae
foi whom a suitable job must be found.
From South America has come a Spanish-
speaking family coasisjUng of a couple and their
three children- a boy, 18, and two girls. 19 ami
31. The father. 4S. operated B tailor shop for men's
clothing. All five members of the family are seek-
ing work.
A Moroccan family composed of a 76-yoar-old
father and his son and daughter has arrived; The
son 50. was a chief accountant in Morocco and
speaks French and Spanish fluently. The daughter
is an excellent seamstress.
Considerable assistance is frequently necessary
before the refugee families reach a state of self
sufficiency and can lead normal lives in their
adopted homeland. Successes usually come in small
measure.
Among those reesettted last year, for example.
were Adam Srebro and his sister Sonia from
Poland. Adam, who graduated from Wroclaw Uni-
versity with a master's degree in biochemistry, wa
recently employed at the University of Miami's
College of Medicine at Jackson Memorial Jfospiwi
lie is not. however, working in his profosiionaLffeid
and is searching for an appropirate iiositiori in
which 'o use his skills.
As the focal agency in resettlement undertak-
ing, the Jewish Family and Children's Service has
played a leading role in easing the' difficulties ex-
perienced by the arriving families, many of whom
were literally fom'd to leave their native countries,
Some have relatives who have remained behind -
under uncertain conditions.
Other agencies working in tlu> program are the
Jewish Vocational Service, Mount Sinai Hospital
and the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. The Im-
migration and Naturalization Service of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, the local-co-
operating agency of United HIAS Service, assisted
In pre-migration work for several of the families
which had distant relatives here.
Additional information regarding tin* employ-
ment needs of the refugee families may be 'obtained
from Mrs. Cohen at the JFCS office.
Services Unimpaired By Strike
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By GERALD SCHWARTZ
Although stiiking employees ol
"he Jewish Home for the A
Douglas Gardens! were granted
ximission for limited picketing
f the Home in a hearing before
'ircuit Court Judge Henry Bala-
>an. the union, which was given
uithori/ation for the pasting of up
o eight pickets at the Horn >'s
hree entrances, has not resumed
Explosion At Airport
BONN (JTA) An explosion
which occurred on a luggage
truck in a hall mar El Al Air-
line's reception disk in Frank-
furt Airport was followed a few
moments later by a tire in a
nearby refuse basket No one-
was hurt, however, and damage
was negligible.
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ii :; ting since the court decision,
Arthui Kalish, executive director,
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Only nurses aides and maids
pai lieijat. d in the walkout. Mr.
Kalish said, and services at the
ustitutlon, which is a beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and of the United
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104 employees walked off their
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i aining agent, was preceded by
a demonstration in front of the
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The union, which is not an AKI-
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South Florida. Leaflets promising
S100-a-ueck minimum salaries and
maximum fringe benefits wore
handed out to employees of the
Home for the Aged, Mr. Kalish
said, but less than 2094 of the
workers responded to the call. No
demands beyond recognition have
been received from union officials,
he explained, so nd negotiations
with the union have been under-
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Friday. July 10. 1970
fJent'sii Meridian
Page 3-A
Norlh Dade Congregation
Elects Lawrence J. Zirn
Tempi*1 Sinai, North Dado's only
[Reform conjrrt'fration, has elected
North Miami Beach business con-
LAYfRlNCt J. ZIRN
kultant and invesio,- Lawrence J.
IZiin to succeed Dr. Stanford B.
ICooke, who lias served the fast
growing congregation as president
(for the past five years.
Mr. Zirn assumes the presidency
fcf the temple, which only recently
Hi .Heated its new sanctuary-social
hall on its seven-acre site just
fourth of Gi'eynolds Park, as the
congregation embarks on a new
Pniilding program. Plans are being
"ormulateri for a new synagogue-
school building and administrative
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by-FPL-served families to-
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religious school facilities for 500
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John F. Kennedy Junior High
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Hebrew program have been pro-
vided through the courtesy of the
neighboring St. Lawrence Roman
Catholic Church.
Mr. Zirn anil the congregation's
spiritual leader, Rabbi Ralph P.
KingsJey, will preside over a board
of trustees which includes Norman
Klein, David Field, Ralph D. Hol-
lander, Samuel H. Lubell, Gerard
G. Moss, Hy D. Naftal, Gerald Os-
man, Fred Singer, Maurice N.
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David Crowell, Mrs. Edward Gold-
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Mrs. Ann Kaufman, Mrs. Sally
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and Josh Rodstein.
The leadership of Temple Sinai
plans to increase the membership
and deepen the feeling of commit-
ment among iho more than .">00
families who presently belong to
the Congregation in addition to
carrying the building plans for-
ward and making the temple a
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drab and dreary thing," he said.
Mr. Zirn and his wife, the for-
mer Evelyn Feldman, are the
parents of Jeffrey, 1714, and Jody.
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Friday, July 10, 1970
Jewish Floridian
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Volume 43
Friday, July 10, 1970
European Newsletter
By Samuel Goldsmith
i
Number 28 i
6 TAMUZ
A Suggestion With Merit
The latest American plan lor peace in the Middle East
would seem at this point to depend more upon Russian-US.
agreement than upon the parties in conflict, at least from
their public statements. The hope of many is that while the
leaders of Israel, Egypt and Jordan are talking tough for
good political reasons at home they are, in reality, more
open to compromise than the public statements would
indicate.
While some experts discount the significance of great
power involvement in the Middle East situation, the eco-
nomic and military support which the U.S. and the Soviets
provide both sides cannot be ignored. The war of attrition
which Nasser began a year ago with Soviet arms and
advice has taken its tojl of Israeli materielnot to say
courageous young menwhich only the United States can
replenish. To believe otherwise, is to ignore reality.
But there is another reality in the complex picture
which neither the United States nor the Soviet Union, nor
Israel and the Arab states, seem to be able to control at
this pointand that is the Palestinian guerrilla forces. It
seems clear, as Professor Avinieri of the Hebrew Univer-
sity has written recently in Commentary, that any settle-
ment of the Arab-Israeli conflict must deal with the problem
of Palestinian self-identity to be a real settlement. His sug-
gestion that Israel include the Palestinians as well as the
established Arab governments in peace discussions has a
good deal of merit.
Time To Take Positive Steps
Militant defense of Jewish rights and active demon-
stration in protest axe the methods any American citizen
has the privilege to choose, if this is the course he desires.
But he has no right to injure people or damage property
in the course of such action.
If it is true that members of the Jewish Defense
League attacked and injured Arab propagandists, and that
they destroyed the offices of Amtorg, the Russian trade
mission in New York, the perpetrators deserve no sympathy.
These are the acts of Nazi and Communist bully-boys, not
of Jews committed to the democratic process.
The JDL has little support in the Jewish community but
its activities affect all of us. Now is the time to take positive
steps to make the isolation of such a fascist-type organiza-
tion from the Jewish mainstream even more apparent to
the American people.
Community's Grateful To Its Women
No one underestimates the power of women, least
of all those concerned with community work. It is no sur-
prise, then, that the Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has been cited by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds for leading the
nation in percentage increase in pledges to the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund during 1970. The
community is grateful to the dynamic group not only for
the money raised but for the imagination and resource-
fulness it has brought to a difficult chcre.
Another Black Mark For Soviets
The hijacking of aircraft is an act of desperation. If
the Soviet charges against nine Jews for the attempt in Len-
ingrad are true then it demonstrates to the world, again, the
oppression which Jews in that nation must suffer to be
driven to such lengths to escape. The refusal of the Soviet
Union to permit its people to emigrate freely is another
black mark on a nation whose pretense *o freedom for all is
sheer hypocrisy.
An analysis of the voting in
the 630 constituencies indicates
that British Jews may have con-
tributed to a Conservative vic-
tory in six. Nevertheless, there
is no Jewish vote here.
The reason British Jews could
influence the results in several
constituencies was the narrow
margin between the two major
parties in these places. The ma-
jority of the Conservative Par-
ty over the rest is only 30 votes
in a House of 630 members. In
normal times, the Jews cannot
influence the results in any con-
stituency, which is not surpris-
ing, what with less than half-
a-million Jews spread over the
whole country.
In olden days. British Jews
tended to vote Liberal or Labor,
on th? general assumption that
the Left is more likely to treat
minorities decently than the
Right. This assumption was
blown sky-high by Russia and
other Eastern European coun-
tries. Nor have the British
Jews forgotten that Ernest Bcv-
in was a Labor Foreign Minis-
ter.
Thus, they can now go to the
polls and vote in aeeordince
with what they consider their
best interests as citizens. Mostly
middle class, they follow the
British middle classes in voting
Conservative. In the same way,
upper class and intellectual
Jews follow the British upper
classes and intellectuals in vot-
ing Labor or Liberal. There are
few Jews among the real pro-
letariat, and they vote Labor
with the rest of the working
classes. Naturally, there are ex-
ceptions in all categories.
If anything could sway Brit-
ish Jews against a candidate or
his party, it would be anti-Semi-
tism or an anti-Israel policy.
However, anti-Semitism is no
longer an issue here. Prejudices
are channeled into colors rather
than faiths. And as far as Is-
rael is concerned, there is noth-
ing to choose between the two
major parties. There never was.
True, Balfour was a Tory but
then again. Neville Chamberlain.
who gave us the accursed White
Paper, was also a Tory. Bevin
was a Laborite but then again,
it was the Labor Party who
fought the White Paper all the
way.
At present, the Conservative
government is generally friend-
ly to Israel, as the Labor gov-
ernment was. But the Foreign
Office is not an elective body.
It can cause Israel trouble un-
der any government. The new
Foreign Secretary. Sir Alec
Douglas-Home, is a friend of Is-
rael. But then again, it was al-
ready known before the election
that Michael Stewart was on
the way out and Denis Healey
would succeed him. Healey is
also a friend of Israel.
In short. British Jews could
exercise their rights as citizens,
forgetting their commitment to
Israel while in the polling booth,
unless there was an anti-Israel
candidate in the constituency.
No British Jew sits in the
House of Commons as a Jew. He
sits as a man nnd a citizen,
as the representative of his con-
stituency. But there are a num-
ber of interesting British Jews
among the 633 Members of the
new Parliament.
Michael Fidler. the president
of the Board of Zjqmties who
was elected for the fir^t time
is a Conservative. This has no
significanse in relation to the
Board, of course. A former pros,
ident. Lord Janner, used to be a
Labor Member of Parliament
And there were also Liberal
presidents in the past, include
one of the Rothschilds.
Another jewiwi Member of
Parliament is Sir Henry d'AvK
dor-Goldsmid, also a conserva-
tive. The president of the Jew.
ish Colonization Association, hut
not active in Anglo-Jewish life
he is an unorganized Zionist
with a distinctly hawkish stanrv.
It was he who warned Britain
and everybody else, in a spo.-ch
in the House of Commons, that
Israel was not exactly a play-
thing for the Great Powers, and
that if pressed too hard, she
might resort to unorthodox
means of warfare, perhaps even
exercise her atomic option.
Sir Keith Joseph, the now
Secretary for the Social Ser-
vices, is also a recognizah]e
Jew. He keeps out of Jewish or
Zionist politics but supports such
causes as Youth Aliyah and
the Hebrew University.
A new Conservative Jewish
Member of Parliament. Harold
Soref. is rather an odd-man-out
among the Jewish Members. H.-
is on the extreme right of the
Conservative Party, very near
the Enoch Powell position
Enoch Powell, by the way, is not
anti-Semite at all and very
Continued on r-gr 13-A
EDITOR'S NOTE: Edward Cohen Is on a shortand what he Sail*
well-deserved1vacation. Hi* "Comment" will resnme upon his return.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON The Cam-
bodian venture had crossed more
than two enemy divisions off
the list of worries of the South
Vietnamese and American com-
manders in the lower, more pop-
ulous half of South Vietnam. An
itemized list is worth giving.
ITEM: Two North Vietnam-
ese regiments that were threat-
ening both III and IV Corps
from the Parrot's Beak base
just inside Cambodia, were
caught at the very outset by
the ARVN attack, and were
largely destroyed. They have
not since operated as organized
units, though isolated parties of
their troops undoubtedly sur-
vived.
ITEM: Two more regiments
that were operating deep inside
South Vietnam, in the thinly
liopulated, jungle-covered pro-
vinces of Northern III Corps,
have now withdrawn across the
Cambodian border. These units
of the enemy's 5th Division prob-
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ably had to pull out for want of
supply.
ITEM: Two further North
Vietnamese regiments that were
trying, rather unsuccessfully, to
operate in the western delta,
have also been pulled- back,
again because of want of supply.
Thus the 18-C Regiment; hang-
ing on in the Seven Mountains
region of Chao Due Province,
n IV Corps, is the only remain-
ing North Vietnamese unit of
regimental size in either III or
IV Corps. And it is in very sorry
condition.
Order of battle changes al-
wey.s seems tedious, on paper.
Yet these arc in truth dramatic
developments, threatening the
deepest kind of trouble for the
enemy'fl whole remaining mili-
tary-political structure in Ihe
richest and most populous part
of South Vietnam.
That structure was alrea ly
gravi ly weakened before 11
Cambodian operation. It~
for big-unit support was ther -
fore more urgent th'tn e\ '.
Bui because of the Camb id!
operation, it has now i> >en
prived of just about all the bi -
unit support that it still en i '
Hence the whole Btructure
should he extra-vulnerable to
the methodical mopping up op-
eration in III and IV Col
that is the logical sequel to the
attack on the Ca mbodian
sanctuaries. One must wait to
see what results the mopping
up produces, in July and August.
But there is an excellent
chance that another great change
will result from the destruction
of the huge supply-accumula-
tions in the Cambodian sanctu-
aries, plus this mopping up that
now lies ahead. There is an ex-
CoaUnned on Par* 12-A


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'Tajgipering Can Undermine Unity'
MK\V' YORK The
^siy "ejected president of the
rthoSoVWakbinieal Council of
America has urged Premier Col-
la Meir of Israel not to yield to
pressure from non-Orthodox
Bmvish groups here and in Is-
rael who are seeking recognition
\\ conversions to Judaism not
accordance with Jewish rab-
binical law.
Rabbi Bernard L. Berzon,
ihose appeal was issued at the
iniuial convention of the Rib-
Dinieal Council, the largest Or-
thodox body it the Western
hemisphere, declared that such
conversions "distort Jewish law
and undermine the unity of the
Jewish people" throughout the
world.
Warning against tampering
with or changing the meaning
of Jewish religious laws concern-
ing conversions, he asserted: "To
sanction such tenuous conver-
sion is to accelerate the assimi-
lationist process which has al-
ready reached alarming propor-
tions."
Rabbi Berzon expressed dis-
satisfaction with an amendment
to Israel's Law of Return, pass* 1
by the Knesset last March,
which defined a Jew as a person
born of a Jewish mother or con-
verted to Judaism. He said that
while the definition was in ac-
cordance with halacha (religious
law) the amendment was faulty
because it did not limit con-
versions to Orthodox practition-
ers of halacha. He contended
that conversions performed by
non-Orthodox rabbis are "in-
valid."
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Beth Sholom Rabbi-In-Residence
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Rabbi Ix-on Kronish. spiritual | Theological Seminary of America
' ..lei, and Kli Kal/.in, president ] cincl holds Master of Hi brew Lit-
l TitnplF^BtlfSHBIbm. Miami j ^i-atuw^WTd^KirtalFdfTflWmty de-
:Jcach, have announced the ai>-
ointmont of Rabbi Harry Jolt.
abbi emeritus of Congregation
:Tuth Judah, Ventnur, NJ., who
'as been active in the rabbinate
r sonic 40 years, as its Rabbi-iu-
Kesidence.
During the summer months, the
Sabbath services at 8:15 p.m. Fri-
ay and 10:4.5 a.m. SatunUiy will
< conducted by Rabbi Jolt, who
v i.l also minister to all the other
. ''eds of the congregation.
A graduate of the Yeshiva I'ni-
vrsity Teachers' Institute. Rabbi
ill was ordained al the Jewish
Travel Consultant, FamHy
Summer Visitors In Israel
.Mis. Gerald P. SoltZ, travel e<>n-
- iltant and champion of the State
. Israel, believes in "practicing
what she pleaches." Her daughter,
Bonnie, 17. an honor student at
Southwest High School, was al-
eady in HerzUa, Israel, ipcndlng
ihe summer with former Miamians
I'an and Gloria Cravitt when Ro/,
who lives at 7890 S\V 79th Ter.,
slew to Israel with her younger
uightcrs, Alyssa, 9'a. and l.esly
> til. who celebrated her eighth
rthday just after they arrived.
While in Israel, Roz will meet
with Abe anil Ceil Grunhut, their
Kjn Ron, and Hilda and Elliott
Green, friends from Miami Reach
^ho will be spending a week in
Israel before going on safari in
. l'riea.
RABBI HAKKY JOLT
greet from that institution. Rabbi
Jolt served as Hillel Counselor at
the University of Nebraska during
Ihe time he was spiritual leader of
Tifereth Israel. Lincoln. Neb., and
during his tenure at Congregation
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ing secretary of the Rabbinical
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Miami area in 1968 with his wife
Helen, was awarded the Bronze
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He has also received merit awards
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Jewish Charities. Bonds for Israel
and tin' Jewish National Fund.
SAM-3 Missile Bases
Ineiretoser-To Suezn
11,000 Nurses
Seek Higher ;
Wage Scale
TEL AVIV (JTA) Emer- j
gency medical services were be-
ing continued as the strike by ,
11.000 nurses employed in Is- j
racli hospitals went into its
second day. But surgery in most
cases was postponed and doc-tors i
worked overtime trying to do ]
the work normally performed '
by the nurses.
The government claims that
if the nurses' demands are met,
the delicate economic balance i
between wages, prices and taxes I
will collapse, destroying the :
wage-price package deal pains-
takingly worked out earlier this ;
: year to fight inflation. The
BUnes say. however, that their |
demands can be met inside the j
' framework of the package deal,
since they are not seeking high-
i cr wages, but a higher wage
category, to which the nature of
their work entitles them.
Laoor Minister Josef Almogi
is continuing efforts to reach a
compromise with the strikers, it
; was reported. The nurses and
longshoremen demanding wage
increase's are said to have the
, backing cf Yitzhak Ben Aharon. ,
secretary general of the His-
tadrut.
(Continued from Page 1-A)
the "Ganef.'* A 30-foot rocket
propelled by solid fuel and con-
trolled by a guidance system on
the ground, the "Ganef." which
is launched from a I win-tracked
vehicle, is no more accurate
tlian the SAM-2. but has more
maneuverability, the Times re-
port said.
An Israeli pilot Win bailed out
when his jet *Mf bImI down lust
Tutftdtty 4mm BgnptiM4rrW*.v
has been rescued, a military
spokesman lias disclosed. His co-
pilot, and the two pilots of an-
other jet hit by a uroHiid-lo-uir
missile were captured, however.
He was reported to have hidden
himself for several hours before
being "successfully extricated"
and brought back to Israeli ter-
ritory.
The Israeli Armv has released
aerial photographs of Egyptian
military cemeteries in the. Suez
Canal zone indicating that se-
vere casualties have been suf-
fered by Egypt during the past
year. The photographs of cenn>
teries at Fayed. Ismailia and
Port Suez showed only about
200 graves in Mayr 1969; the
pictures made of the same cem-
eteries lust month showed about
1800 graves. Israel's fatalities;in
the canal zone during the same
period have totaled about 200.
Card Party-Snack Lunch Set
A card party-snack lunch will
be held at noon Monday, July 20,
in the Ritz Pla/a Hotel. 1701 Col-
lins Ave., uniler the soonsorship of
the Hanna Senesch Group of Hu-
('assali. Members are asked to pro-
vide their own cards. I,cah Lsohs
and Grace Kunis, president of .the
1 group, are taking reservations.
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Delegates From 34 Nations
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LONDON (JTA> More than
200 delegates and observers
from 34 nations will gather in
Arad, Israel for the 15th trien- "*
nial congress of the World Union
of Jewish Students July 24-31.
This will be the first time since
j the Six-Day War that so many
Jewish students of widely dif-
> feting backgrounds have been
able to gather for a discussion
| of their future.
The main topics on the agenda
are Soviet Jewry, the Middle
! Kast conflict, Zionist ideology,
the situation of Jewish students
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; secula." problems in Israel, the
relationship between Jewish stu-
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and aliyah. A tour of the coun-
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the delegates.
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July 17, 1970
Why You Need This EXTRA CASH Plan In Addition
To Ordinary Hospitalization And Medicare
You know, of course, that the tremendous jump in
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tion or income to cover the TOTAL cost of being sick
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How long could you stay in the hospital without
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homerent, food, telephone and others that iust go
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. $100.00 a week
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i in addition to hos-
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These Are The Only Exclusions I
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,0-JI........................only $2.50
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crease because you pass from one age bracket to the next!
It won't even change because of frequent claims or the
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benefits ever be reduced'.


. July 10. 1970
+Je*isi> itoridfan
Page 9-A
18 Important Questions Answered
That tell you how Union Fidelity's $100.00-A-Week Extra Cash Income Plan gives
you the protection you needat amazingly low cost!
Host much trill this policy pay me when I go to ifce
hospital?
You will receive $100.00 per week.
When will my hospitalisation benefit! start?
The day you enter the hospital.
Will I be paid if 1 am in the hospital for leu than
a full week?
Yea. Thia new Plan paya if you are in the hospital
for only a day, or a week, a month, a year.
Doe this policy have any "failing period*" be-
fore I eon use it?
No. It will go into force on the same day we accept
your completed Enrollment Form and $1.00 pre-
mium for the first month's coverage.
, Host long will I continue to receive my Extra Cash?
For every day you are hospitalized for as long as
100 weeks for every covered accident or sickness.
, Is there any red tape to join ?
No. We only ask you to complete and mail your
Enrollment Form before the deadline date shown.
No questions to answer. No salesman will call.
, Suppose 1 collect benefits for a certain sicknesi or
accident. What happens if I am hospitalised again
for the same condition?
You go back to collecting your $100.00 a week un-
til you've been hospitalized for a total of 100 weeks
and have collected $10,000.00. Then, if the same
condition puts you back in the hospital after you've
resumed your normal activities for six months,
you become eligible to receive $100.00 a week
again, for up to 100 additional weeks. Any new
condition will be covered immediately, of course.
8. Mote may I use these benefit payments?
You may use them any way you wishfor hospital
and doctor bills, rent, food, household expenses or
anything else. You alone decide how to use the
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9. Why do I need your Extra Cash Plan in addition to
my other insurance?
Chances are your present hospital insurance won't
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10. May I join if 7 ant over 65?
Yes. You are welcome to join no matter what your
age is. This Plan has no age limit.
11. CAN YOU DROP ME OR RAISE MY RATE BECAUSE
OF HEALTH REASONS?
NO. We will never cancel or refuse to renew your
policy because of your health or the number of
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that we will never adjust your rate unless we take
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The only conditions not covered are hospitaliza-
tion caused by mental disorders; act of war; preg-
nancy, childbirth or miscarriage; or care provided
in a government hospital. You are even covered
for any chronic ailment or pre-existing condition
after your policy has been in force for only two
years. Everything else is covered.
13. Can other members of my family take advantage
of this special offer?
Yes. Just add their names to the Enrollment Form
when you fill it in.
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Because by enrolling a large number of people at
the same time our underwriting, processing and
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savings, of course, are passed on to you.
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from my doctor?
Definitely not. Just fill in the Enrollment Form
and send it off today with $1.00.
16. What other advantages are there of joining this
Plan note?
By joining now you do not need to complete a
regular applicationjust the brief form in the
lower right-hand corner of this page. Also, during
this enrollment period, there are no other qualifi-
cationsno "waivers" or restrictive endorsements
can be put on your policy.
17. How does the Money-Back Guarantee work?
Examine your policy carefully in the privacy of
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pletely satisfied, return it within 30 days and we
will promptly refund your money. Meanwhile, you
will be protected while making your decision.
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Fill in the brief Enrollment Form (be sure to sign
your name) and mail it with just $1.00 for the
first month's protection to: Union Fidelity Life.
13475 S.W. 72nd Court, Miami, Florida 33156.1
A Nationally Respected Company
As important as the cash income itself, the low cost
and ease of enrollment, is the one vital fact: your policy
> backed by the resources, integrity, anil national repu-
tation of Union 1 iilelity Life Insurance Company of
Philadelphia, an old line legal reserve company and a
member of the Union fidelity Insurance (iroup which is
.censed in all 50 States and Washington. I). C.
Easy To JoinNo Red Tape-
No Salesman Will Call
Join NOW. During this limited enrollment period
there are no qualifications whatsoever .. but you must
mail the Enrollment Form BEFORE the Midnight
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Plan" and put it in force the very same day we receive
your Form.
Why not take a moment right now to fill in your
Enrollment Form and mail it with only $1.00, the
"introductory" cost for your first month's coverage.
$1.00 No Risk
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protection now available, we make our famous Money-
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You must be 100% satisfied that your Plan is exactly
what we promise and exactly what you want. If you're
not, send the policy back to us within 30 days and we
will REFUND YOUR MONEY IN FULL ... AT
ONCE. But meanwhile, you will be protected. And if
you decide to continue this wonderful protection, you
do so at the low rate that will never be raised because
you grow older!
JOIN N0W-"T0MQRR0W"MAY BE TOO LAW
This is a limited enrollment. YOU MUST
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below can'f be extended. If your Enroll-
ment is mailed later, it can'f be accepted.
TIME IS PRECIOUS1 Get your Enrollment
Form and $1.00 in the mail fodayl
NO SALESMAN WILL CALL
UNION FIDELITY
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
13475 S.W. 72nd Court, Miami, Florida 33156.
Carlton 0. Klein, General Agent
A Member of the Union Fidelity Insurance Group
The Union Fidelity
Insurance Group
is licensed in all
50 States and
Washington. D.C.
SPECIAL LIMITED ENROLLMENT PERIOD! EXPIRES MIDNIGHT JULY 17,1970
Do not deity. Fill outand mail Enrollment Form today with only SI.00 (regardleat of the number of
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13475 S.W. 72nd Court, Miami, Fla. 33 156 Carlton D. Klein, General Agent


469
APPLICATION FORM No. 152-9044-1150-11
NAME (Please Print)
ADDRESS.
MR.
MRS.
MISS
I irrt
Middle lmli.il
CITV
DATE OH BIRTH,
Mi nth
S .-.r
Street or R. U. S
_______STATE
_______AGE_
__________ZIP.
SEX Male ? Female ?
IMPORTANT:
This oili.i.ii Enrollment
Form rmi>t he mailed
no ljtcr than midnight of
?
JUIT 17, W0
_J
I also apply for rovcnifM for the ntcmbcri of my family listed Mow: (ix) not repeat name thai tppeun above)
NAME (Please Print) RELATIONSHIP SEX DATE OF BIRTH AGE
MONTH DAY YEAR
1.
2-
3.
4.
5-
Do you carry other insurance in this Company? D No D Yes
(If "yes" please list policy numbers)---------------------------------
I have enclosed my first monthlv premium of $1.00 and hereby apply to Union Fidelity Life
Insurance Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102. I understand the policy is not in force
until actually issued.
If for any reason I am not completely satisfied with the new protection I may return my Policy
for cancellation within thirty (30) days and my payment will be promptly refunded.
SIGNATURE---------------------------------------------------------------------- DATE------------
478X FLORIDA
SiQn Do not print
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J lie l\.abbi t^Jpcamt
from
?L Tpjpit

.

BY
i:\itH y>.\vin i.khuuki.Is him. Mows wm.punishVrt not Merc-
BMUMtb brad Ooagragattoa
Why?
That is the quest',..n that is
asked when one reads the portion
of this week.
W h y should
MOS" s. who led
his people tor 40
years through n<.,.,ocle(|.
I hat wilderness,
he denied access
to the Promised
Land because he
struel-- a rock in-
stead of speak-
ing to it? Why?
ly for hitting the rock, but for
setting a poor example for the
people implying that wo sho'Ud
darken to G-d's Torah only when
\e ire being persecuted.
How mucn more shameful it
would be If even when the Jew
is being persecuted, he still doesn't
hear G-d"s commandments. Then
even the lesson of Moses is being
Question
Box
KcliaioHS 4^<
iaioHS ^services
Rubbi Ithrfield
We are living in such a time.
We are !i\ iiig when there is a
sword lumgMg over the State of
Israel. Only a fool can deny the
imminent problem's. G-d is just not
speaking to us. Be is hitting us.
Surely eveiy one of Us should
This seems to take a good look at himfteK and j prayers and would prevent him
bean impo.-.sible say "True. I am not that oh- j from being distracted by OUtsM
Why do many people cover
their head with the Tallith dur-
ing prayer?
Some claim this is a means oi
making man humble in the face
of th.' Almighty so that he will bo
fearful of the Almighty. Others
ay that this is done so that man
would wrap himself and cover
himself with the Tallith which
symbolizes the commandments of
the Almighty. There are those
MIAMI
AH A VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conserv
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bon.t. .
Orthodox. Rabbi Pnineaa W.i
man. ""I*
. SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTPO
Collins Ave. Rabti_Sdi BSmrtfil
^tiv.^Cantor So, PaKowltz 2 CONG^EGAT.ON^^CHAIM. ,*
M (TEMPLE 5950 N. Ken- Hillel ____
BETH A
doll Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabb
Herbert 'Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr. 3
BETH tt'AVlO".' 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lrpson. 4
Friday >'< p.m. Saturday ; a.m. The
Tomh treason. 7(46 p.m. Mim-im.
NORTH M AM' BrACH
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho- AATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWl.
CENTER. 7501 E. Trea^rv^
North By Village. Conserv,,?.
Cantor Leon Seoai. 3iW
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Friday :-!" p.m. Saturday
! S:$0 p.m. .Mineba.
N.
E. Miami Gardens Drive (
servative. Rabbi Milton Schl.
Cantor Tibor Mose<

.vho claim that doing so would |
aid a man in concentrating on his: beth kodesh. 1101 sw 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
6
question. vani when things are well with
Rashi our teacher, however, OUT people Bttl now when we
Lives its the following answer: are in danger) shouldn't I think nt
Had MSbcs s[H)ken to the rock and least mow of being a better Jew?"
the rock given water, the people Israel needs wur money, our]
would have said. "If this rock letters to Washington, our pro*
which doesn't need G-d obeys the tests to leaders of states: but Is-
word of G-d we who need Him, :ael also needs llv z'chus of our
shouldn't we certainly obey His
word?"
BU1 when Moses hit the rock
he Implied that a .lew need listen
io G-d only when ho is being h:t
mitzvnse.
I'erli ips If we artd to >'] of >ur
fforts to Israel, i little more Yid-
Wshk 11 in our lives perhaps the
\i:ei fhty will speed peace to the
not when G-d simply sneaks to Slate of Israel.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Hukkath
Moses strikes the rock with his staff and water gushes forth.
"And Moses smote the rock with his rad twice; and
water came forth abundantly" (Num. 20:11).
HUKKATH--The portion begins with "the statute of the
law" of the red heifer, whose ashes "shall be kept for the con-
gregation of Israel as a water of sprinkling ... a purification
I from sin" I At the outset of their fortieth year in the wilderness, the
chi^iron of Israel reached the desert of Zin and halted at Kadesh.
There Miriam died. When the water gave out, God instructed
Moses and Aaron to gather the Israelites before a rock; Moses
was to speak to the rock, and it would gu.sh water.
But Moses, irritated at the people's complaints, struck the
rock with his rod. For this lack of faith in the divine power,
Moses and Aaron were punished with never being able to enter
1 the Promised Land.
From Kadrsh th" children of Israel moved on to mount Hor,
where Aaron died. Thence they circled the land of Edotn. and
arrived at Trans Jordan from the east, defeating the forces of
Sihon, king of the Amorites. and Og, king of Bashan.
influences.
Why is it that each of the
fringes <' a Tallith has eight
strands?
Some trace this to the Com-
mandment In the Bible which uses
ihe w.rd for fringe in the plural
iGoddillin-Twisted Cords I. Since
the I ale ordered these cords to
lv> put on all four corners, and
the twisted cord Ls made up of two
single ones, two twisted cords
would he four singles which be-
,. mn eight when they are dou-
h!ed over.
Some commentaries claim that
having eight cords on ench of the
, four corners gives a total of thirty-
1 two cords and thirty-two Ls the
J numerical equivalent of the Hc-
brew word for "chai" (Lev.!. The
number of cords are thus repre-
sentative of the whole Pentateuvh.
since the Pentateuch begins with
the letter beth and ends with the
letter Lamed, the twx> letters
which make up the Hebrew word
for -heart"
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes P
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. 10
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
------------- SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1-i m
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th 19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah f
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. Caplan.
Drazin Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
TH TORAH NE 164th St
Ave Co iservativf. Rabbi ,'. ; 1 '
schltz. Cantor Jacob Renxer. ,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. <4?1 NW
Conservative. Rabhi Charl-s Suiw
Cantor Jack Lern^r. j
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTi Q.inl
18801 N. E. 22nd AytnusB-iJ
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley
I
The fringes, therefore, are rep-
resentative of the Torah as well
B8 the heart, it being understood
that the Torah is the "heart" of
Jewish tradition and of the Jew-J
ish people.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Ki-iilay s v .pi. Baa Mltsvah: Gall,
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Lawrence
Friedman. Saturday g p 111 Mar
Mltsvah: Robert, .son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Francis.
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15 '
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd |
Conservative, Rabbi Norman N. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Brov/dy.
Friday ~:'M p.m. Saturday 0 a.m.
MOUTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONurtEGATION
13600 w. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfunkel, Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
YOUNG
MIAMI
Rabbi
Friday v
nion: ".Moses*\i|.iure.ii \\\l |
t-rat I US Israel
ISRAEL OK GRIJATEH
990 NE 171*t St. Ortnodo.
Naftali Porosh. j|
p.m. Saturday n in s*..
-*WWN.
CANEHEllGrfTING TIME
6 TAMUZ 7:56
\
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extract-
ed and based ii|on "The Graphic EUstuT) Of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by I\ Wotlman-Tsamir. $15, published by ShengoM. The
volume Is available al 75 Maiden l.ane, .New Virk, \.V. 10038.
Joseph Sehlang is president of the SOOietj distributing the volume.
INsbm
Miami Happenings
Daniel It. Robinson. M.O.. has
been appointed director of the
Veterans Administration Hospi-
tal hen, it has been announced.
The 61-year-old doctor, who has
been Bbrving as director of the
VA hos|rital in San PVandsco,
Calif., replaces Dr. Alii.-ri Tom-
asuio, who was transferred rc-
cently to the VA Hospital in
Bath, N.Y.
.i
Gtii liovatTt, senior vice pres-
Went-marketing of the United
Banking Group, has been mimed
by Itandontii, King of the B-|-
rians. to serve ,T7 Florida coun-
ties as Consul of Belgium. He
accepted his commission from
Bobert L. Van Oi erberjrhe, Con-
sul General of J3elgium, who
came to .Miami from Atlanta to
make the presentation and his
offices will be in the United
Banking Group's executive suite
at 120 Andalusia Ave., Coral
Gables.

Jack H'. Milter of Los Angeles
c-nroUul 145 new members in
B'nai B'rlth to become 1969-70
national membership champion.
Runners-up included I.ouis May-
eJ of Toronto <81>; Abraham
Holt-/, ol Flusltlng, X.V., (77)
and Joseph J. Henry of North
Miami Beach \T.i). More than
25.000 new members were en-
rolled in B'nai B'rith during the
past year.
Mexican Youth To Be
Hosted By Beth David
Beth David Congregation and
its Youth Deimrtment will host 47
teenagers who are affiliated with
Beth Israel Community Center in
: Mexico City when they six>nd an
extended weekend in Miami dur-
ing a cross-country tour Thursday,
July 1G, through Sunday, July 19.
The group will be greeted by
Rabbi Sol Landau; the program
planned for the weekend will in-
clude special services at the Beth
David sanctuary, 2025 SW 3rd
Ave., discussion groups and a social
at Beth David South in addition to
home hospitality and sight-seeing
lours.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Csrlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4Mh St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Bei-el Wein ig
fTH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. IS
BETH RAPHAEiT" Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH 6HOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144 !
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon I
Kron.sh, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser 21
8f JH TF'LAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or- i
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- I
ky j;,
BErT,HK.Vt2f.E!H CHA,M CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash.
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler.
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday > am. f.'-
roon: -ta Th.re Room For God
ThiH ('>impu(cr ARf?"
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Cra-m,
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kit.
per. .,
2AMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave,
Conservative. Rsbbt Maxwell Berjtr.
41
Kii.lay 6 ii.m. Family Service, S.itsr
day %A'< u m. Sermon: "Our Ton)
Teaehea l>." Jtir.-| c p.rr..
FT. IAUDCKOAU
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). fc47 I
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Nou. 4
EMANU-EL. 3249 W. Oakland- Pi-
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Richard w
Leviton. Cantor Jerome Klement. <]
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
NAILANAU
12S N. E. First Ave. m
R0UYWOO0
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 1 Avi.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffel
Friday S:!r. p.m. >Ir. llttrvey K. Il"n-
wftt, Vice prrHRVnl, will cdrvlu't
.-rviivs and doliv,- ; Serm vifjtc.
BETH SHALOM (TBM,PLE).l 1l
Monroe St. Conservative Pabbi
Morton Malavstay. Cantor 4rvin|
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1C01 Johrwbn St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Vehudah Hailbraun^. 4J
MIKAMAJI
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6?20 SW. 35th
St. Conservative. Rarbi eiliot J
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster
41
In
Singles Club Activities
Single, wiilowed or divorced per-
sons from 25 to 48 yvars of age
are imdted tu attend a meeting of
the Single Parents of Miami Beach
nub Sunday in "Nero's Nook" at
ihe Twelve Caesars Hotel, 9449
Collins Ave., from 8:30 p.m. to
midnight Admission price entitles
guests to one free drink; music is
provided for dancing. The club will
hold its general meeting at 8:.T0
[i.m. Wednesday in the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr. Interested jxrsons may
contact Audrey Carp for further
details.
Peggy Seiger Participates
In BBYO's Summer Kaddah
Peggy M. Seiger of 9952 SW 8th
St., was one of the local members
"f the B'nai P/rith Youth Organi-
zation selected to participate in
the BRYO's eight-week Lsrael
Summer Kallah. program of which
includes intensive study of the
Bible, visits to modern Israel's
mast famous biblical sites, classes,
workshops and discussions dealing
with Hebrew language, Jewish cul-
ture and history, Israel's institu-
tions, and Arabic speaking minori-
ties as well as volunteer work on
a kibbutz.
Br. Daniel Thursz. dean of the
University of Maryland's School of
Social Work, directs the program,
the purpose of which is to prepare
young people for leadership in the
BBYO and the Jewish epmmunjty.
HEBREW ACAOEMV. 2400 Pinetree
Dr.Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Grnss 25
JAC?.B C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfietd
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAHI (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman 28
NER TAMID (TEMPut,. aOth St. and
Ia*"m_ Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitx Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29 J
1QM
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE t1th Avt.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A> Skop.
Cantor Ernest Schreiber I,
WltfHPc
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave., Surf side, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac t> Vint.
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Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Bishop James L. Duncan
Panel: Rabbi Sol Landau, Both David Co: gregatfcn;
Msgr. Bryan Walsh; Rev. Thomas Crowd r
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vJewlst Moridliaiin
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olers May Register Until
iig. 8th, When Rolls Close
;hc first time. Florida pri-
will be conducted In Sep-
v. this year. To be eligible
['.:. ballots in the Sept. 3 anil
:*) primaries, and the Nov. .'?
election, resident* of Met-
i.n Dade County who have
rj-istcred but are qualified to
I -ust apply before 5 p.m. on
tS Martin Braterman, super-
II elections, stresses, since
! st ration lolls will Ik' closed '
AUg. 9 through Nov. 9.
ns previously registered i
I h s office who have voted at I
once in the past two years
II i have to reregister, Mr.
i an explained, but those
[luivc mmril are required to ',
ids office by mail of their j
address. Those who have '
d their name must appear
>r on at one of the offices in
to have the records cor-
, he said, and persons who
i.eet the qualifications dur-
period between Aug. 9 and
f may register before the
eiose Aug. 8.
City Hull Annex. 1130 Washington
Ave. Wednesday; IIial Hall, 501 Palm Ave. Tuesday:
North Miami Beach City Hall,
17001 NK 19lh Ave. Friday;
and Cbral Cables City Hall, 401
Biltmorc Way Friday.
400 Reform Leaders Meet
For Conference In Holland
(Continued from Page 1)
of New York. Prof Spicehandler
condemned the lack of permis-
sion for 'liberal" rabbis to per-
form marriages and other re-
ligious ceremonies In Israel, al-
though there are seven "liberal"
congregations in Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv and Haifa. He noted the
desire of many t-> find a religi-
ous alternative to Orthodoxy.
Dr. Shanknvm, outgoing presi-
dent of the Union, announced
the publication of a book c! >-
scribing what he termed dls-
crimination against Reform com-
munities in Israel.
Open House,
Carn&al^l
CeStral 6Y'
Judge Murray Goodman Is
Candidate For Reelection
rson must be a U.S. citizen,
s of :igi\ and a permanent
DM of Florida in order to be
bed to vote, Mr. Bnttennnn
1 One year's residence in ihe
and si* months in Dade
ty is required.
main registration office, in
ctro Justice Building, 1351
(12th St.. is open from 8:30
[to 5f
local Student One Of 47
Receiving National Award
Helena Boatman, of 1245 ne
172 St.; was among 47 students
Who received a bronze medal and
honor eeitificate for excellence in
the study of the Hebrew language.
The award was presented during
commencement exercises last
month at Miami Norland Senior
High School.
p.m. Monday through I 'rn,. medals ana certificates are
y. The branch office in Home- awarded ns part of a-national pro-
Oity Hall is open from;)a.m. I ulam sponsored by The Free Sons
m. weekday* other branetvj r rxraci and the National Hebrew
are open from 9 a.m. to|Q,jturo Council, in cooperatlor
and d iy per week only. In jt|, ]ocai Hoards of Education,
itegory afle the offices In: to encourage students, in the stud)
Miami City Hall, 77!i HE 0( modern Hebrew, and Hebrew
St.- Thursday; Miami Beach culture and literature.
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the ages of 3' a and 12 are par- \
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ar Miami, 8500 S\V 8th St., accord- !
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Mr. and Mis. Edward Lustig. '
chairmen of the Y's Day Camp
Committee.
The annual Camp Carnival and
Open House a full day of ath-
letic and sports events, swimming,
dancing, carnival and barbecue j
will be held Sunday. Proceeds of I
the Carnival will benefit the Y's
Sunshine Camp Fund.
A party will be held Friday,
July 17. for all camp units as the
first camp session ends. The sec-
ond session of the camp program i
will begin Monday, July 20. Regis-
trations are now being taken for:
this session, which ends Aug. 14.
The six camps are under the
personal supervision of Ki'raim H.
Gale, executive director; Miriam
Scheinberg, Group Services direc-
tor; Dr. Alexander Tudor. Health
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and June Fried, camp director.
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fJenisti FlcrSdfor
Friday, July l0 ^
This Week In History
J (From ih.-'fil.-.s of the Jewish
Ti-lt-Kriilillii Agflli-y)
?0 yeiirs Ago This Week: 19S0
The League of Nations' Man-
data Commission attributed the
1929 Arab anti-Jewish riots to in-
adequate British troops and local
Palestine police. V4
Thn German State Tribunal
ruled unconstitutional the anti-
Semitic school prayers introduced
in Thuringia province. The Leipzig
*4L
sop
Continued From Page 4-A
cellent chance, in fact, that all
American ground forces can be
withdrawn from III Corps be-
fore the end of this year, as
hanpened in IV Corps some time
ago.
It is hard to imagine better
proof of success than the total
Vietnamization of the most sen-
sitive and important part of
South Vietnam. Ill Corps, please
remember, has Saigon in the
middle of it, and the defense of
III Corps used to require the pre-
sence of about four U.S. divi
sions, in addition to the ARVN
forces under Gen. Do Cao Tri.
In some sense, of course, what
has been taken from Peter is
now paying Paul. In other words,
the four North Vietnamese regi-
ments which pulled out of III
and IV Corps because of the at-
tack on the sanctuaries are now
in Cambodia and are making
trouble there.
But with respect to the troub-
le in Cambodia, a warning is
clearly in order. The northeast-
ern corner of Cambodia is the
only region the North Vietna-
mese really control; and even
hi re. a few Cambodian battalions
are still holding on, with con-
siderable guts, in the so-called
' Ireen Triangle.
Throughout the rest of Cam-
bodia, headline-seeking war is
l.eing practiced by Hanoi's High
Command, with one eve on the
U.S. Senate and the other on the
more jittery part of the popula-
te on of Phnom Penh. Highway
< >no, leading from Saigon to
Phnom Penh, has been reported
cut half a dozen times, for in-
stance. But mostly, this has
amounted to a couple of trees
thro.v'n down across the road.
The regular ARVN convoys to
Phnom Penh have never once
ibeen halted or attacked, at least
to date.
Outside the northeast corner,
moreover, the North Vietnamese
forces in Cambodia have never
pressed an attack, as yet, when
they met with real resistance.
And they have never failed to
retreat, either, when they were
subjected to real pressure by the
South Vietnamese or Cambod-
ians. These facts suggest pro-
pitious circumstances for the new
rotes one can eventually expect
l.oth ARVN and the Thai forces
to play in Cambodia.
As to the famous new supply
line into Cambodia that the
North Vietnamese are said to
have organized, it is three-qu irt-
ers mythical. To begin with, it
it merely an extension of the
Laos trails; and the Laos trails
will be all but inoperable until
the monsoon ends next Novem-
ber.
To go on with, a mere exten-
sion of the Laos trails can never
replace the sea-borne supplies,
brought in through Sihanouk-
vile and other Cambodian
coastal towns, that used to meet
the enemy's entire needs in all
of III and rv Corps. In sum,
Hanoi now has some pretty
severe headaches, even though
we have a few of our own. too.



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City Council rejected the Na-
tional Socialist anti-schechita bill.
Abraham Cahan, 3-year editor
of the Forward and a pioneer in
American Jewish socialism, was
hailed on his 70th birthday.
The Soviet Cabinet set aside
100.COO hectares of land in the
Crimea for Jewish colonization.
Jews in Bira Bidjan. center of a
proposed autonomous Soviet Jew-
ish state, left in droves, charging
mismanagement.
An 1841 edict of Turkish Sultan
Abdul Mejid, ordering non-inter-
ference with Jewish rituals ni
Jerusalem, was offered to the
Wailing Wall Commission as solid
evidence of Jews' long-standing
right to pray at the wall.
Doris Doscher, chosen Severn1
years earlier as the model for the
head of the United States quarter
because she epitomized "the high-,
est type of American womanhood,"
was discovered to lie Jewish.
Jerusalem got its first outdoor
electric lamp.
10 Years Ago This Week: 19B0
Soviet Premier Nikita Khru-
schev, noting th-it "some Western
countries are continuing to rearm
Israel," promised more arms to the
Arabs "to preserve the balance of
power."
King Hussein, assured by Brit-
ish ex-Minister of State Anthony
Official Comment On
Peace Plan Withheld
(Continued from Page 1)
might be forced to send some
U.S. personnel to counter the
Russian force in Egypt.
There were signs of a slight
shift in Soviet Mideast polic-y
d ii rin-4 the Egyptian leader's
visit to Moscow. According to
reports reaching London from
Moscow, the Arabs have indi-
cated th:it they have found
some positive elements in the
U.S. peace proposal.
One of these was the Ameri-
can use of the term "Palestin-
ians." According to reports from
diplomatic sources, the use of
that term, as the Arabs see it,
means that Palestinians are now
recognized by the United States
as an entity or a nation."
One diplomatic observer in
London has remarked that the
Kremlin tailors are measuring
President Gamal Abdcl Nasser
for a new suit of armor, but
apparently they are anxious
lest he wear it into a new war
with Israel and lose the pants
along with most everything else,
as he did three years ago.
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Nutting that the film '-Lawrence
of Arabia" would include refer-
ences to Arab aid to the World
War I allies, approved the entry
into Jordan of Jewish actors and
other personnel.
The West German Supreme
Court judged unconstitutional the
country's 27-year-old Nazi im-
posed anti-schechita law.
The Democratic National Con-
vention adopted a platform back-
ing direct Arab-Israel peace ne-
gotiations, resettlement of refu-
gees "in lands where there is
room and opportunity for them."
an end to "boycotts and block-
ades" unrestricted use of the Sue/
CV nal. the protection of the hu-
man rights of American citizens
abroad, ard continued economic
aid to Israel and the Arabs.
The Philadelnhia Board of Edu-
cation, conceding that its text-
books softpedaled Nazi evils, chose
not to order changes in order to
avoid "censorship.'
7 More Soviet Jews Appeal
To Premier For Assistance
JERUSALEM; (JTA i -S c/en
more Soviet Jews have appealed
Mrs. G >lda Meir for ai.i in ex-
pediting their emigration to Is-
rael. Their letter, dated April 2
characterized the current Krem-
lin assertions that a'l "Soviet
citizens of Jewish descent" pro-
test Israel's emigration de-
mands as false.
"The participants of this cam-
paign purport to speak on be-
so." the letter, signed by
half of all the jews rung with-
in the borders of the Soviet
Union, but have no right to do
Lev Smuelovltch Shenkar, \:n-
toly Vladimrovltz Dikatov. Mirk
Simonovitz, Norma Zinovievitch
Syrikin, Zoriah Vonimoovna
Rosenfeldadlm. Vakovlevitc
Tlssilmok Boris Leibovitv
dared. "Many thousands
Jews living in the Soviet Union
have applied to the competent ('
Soviet authorities for penny.
sion to emigrate to Israel, y
said. "Although tne Soviet
ernment has recognized the D ?.
laration of Human Rights v\
has never decreed compulsory
citizenship as an official princi-
pal of policy, the majority y
Soviet Jews have been den
the legal right to emigrat
the contrary sometimes d iff,
ent forms of ores>"re have :>
brought to bear on them, r
writers said.
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New Israeli Attorney General i
Gideon Hausner was named chief |
prosecutor in the trial of Adolf
Eichmann. The defendant chose:
Dr. Robert Servatius as his at-i
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"k-nirtnrririfon
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ropean Newsletter
Continued from P 4-A
L ,d:y to Israel. Onthis score
href nerd not apologize. He
femes from South Africa but it
]] be seen that he did not have
I leave his country for politi-
fei reasons.
j Among the Labor Members.
U,, total 38 (oddly enough.
Iianley Cohen is not Jewish bat
Roman Catholic), are a num-
ir o! interesting characters too.
fhrre is Harold Lever, a former
f.i mber of the Cabinet, an open
fciri articulate Zionist at all
tries. There is Ian Mikardo. a
ferrtier of Labor's National Exe-
. and a leader of the Left
v_ (if the party. He too, is a
[,. cated Zionist. His two daugh-
( live in Israel.
is Greville Janner.
nan of the Bridge, a popu-
- idety which provides for
Kchange visits of youth groups
jt.vcn Bntain and Israel, who
las elected in his father's con-
V'uency. Another Jewish Mem-
<- of Parliament is Maurice
fcclman, a successful novelist.
Lmost all the Labor Members
Parliament who arc Jewish
fe members of the Labor
fricntis of Israel.
Lord Janner, who is 78 but
oka younger, is not leaving
live polities. He is, of course.
Ivsident of the Zionist Fcdora-
bn. and still active in many
her Jewish organizations. He
Jd me the other day that he
,ri left Parliament very reluc-
_,-> He had been prepared
;h1 another campaign but
lis (ioctor thought that a man
jf his age should not go csn-
r,.?~n for votes in Leicester
in a rainy day. First elected to
Parliament in 1931as a Lib-
Ta:. he was not re-elected in
935 but came back in 1945,
his time for Labor, and has
en in the House ever since.
Lord Janner came nearest to
ring the spokesman for Brit-
jsh Jews in the House of Com-
Bfnons. A clear distinction should
jkhc made between being a repre-
|j (tentative and being a spoksman.
jSHc represented his Leicester con-
stituents diligently and faithfully,
!.' and was liked by them. But he
"was also the spokesman for
," British Jews, and for Zionist in-
I terests. and they did not mind
9 a bit. H>e gave a lifetime of sor-
1 vice to Zionism, and also to
British Jewry, as president of
the Board of Deputies and in
many other capacities. He is
: not what is called a loader of
: men; he is a man good and
true, interpreting his fellow
Anelo-Jews and speaking for
Zionism.
This kind of endeavor can-
not be measured by results.
There was never a time when
British Jews could sway their
government on matters of for
eign policy. They never pre-
vented White Papers in the old
nays: and they didn't prevent
ant i-Israel politics in recent
years. British governments are
hot swayed by minorities; they
;.re not given to changing their
e as a result of parliamen-
tary activity in special causes.
Another veteran who is now
i the House of Lords,
a lifetime of service In
the Commons Is Emanuel Shin-
veil, who is Sfi. He was first
1 to Parliament in 1922.
.vod in all Labor govern-
ments except Wilson's. He was
Minister of Mines. Minister of
War nr.ri finally Minister of De-
ft nse and a senior member of
the Atlee government.
Emanuel Shinwell is a proud
Jew, who has never been em-
barrassed by his Jewishness. He
advised Israelis publicly on many
occasions to fight for what they
think right, even if it does not
suit other people. But he was
never active in Jewish politics,
national or international. He
onoe told me that he thought it
was his duty to give all he had
to the British Labor movement.
This he did successfully and
.with great^plojnb. | | I
A self-educated man of con-
siderable knowledge and a great
orator, he was the darling of
the Durham miners, whom he
represented and served faith-
fully. He also had a tenure as
Chairman of the Labor Party.
He had many rows with Ernest
Bevin. I once asked him why he
did not make his protest more
spectacular, say by resigning
from the government. He said
th::t this would not have helped
the Jews and it would have done
harm to many fellow citizens
who looke 1 upon him as their
representative and spokesman.
Spectacular acts of defiance
are a matter of temporment. of
course, but the odd thing is.
that Emanuel Shinwell has this
kind of temperament. Yet, he
patiently served under Atlee,
with Bevin as a colleague. Per-
haps the explanation is that
Shinwell'* Jewish roots are not
deep. His Jewish pride stems
from instinct rather than con-
viction about Jewish destiny.
It was he who stood against
Ramsey Macdonald and de-
feated him when Macdonald de-
fected from the Labor Party
and joined the National Govern-
ment in 1931.
But Manny Shinwell, as he
was known before becoming
Lor.i Shinwell, once struck a
Conservative Member of Parlia-
ment, Commander Bower, who
had muttered something about
Shinwell being a Polish Jew.
Actually. Shinwell was born in
London and brought up in Glas-
gow: his father was a poor Jew-
ish tailor.
Shinwe'l doesn't like to speak
about this incident. There are
other means of making a Mem-
ber of Parliament withdraw a
nasty remark in the Chamber,
but Shinwell never had patience
with anti-Semites.
Private Miriam, a volunteer counselor, and a group of the
children who survived the ambush of the Moshav Avivim
school bus, pese in front of Pioneer Women's Children's Con-
valescent Home in Haifa, Israel. The group spent ten days at
the Haifa rest home before returning to their homes. The
Pioneer Women's project takes children from border settle-
ments who have been living under the threat of constant
enemy bombardment, on ten-day vacations in trouble-free
parts of the country. I
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mios. But he indicated that the
U.S. does not bel.-ove that such
a shift has occurred.
The daily paper Haaretz quot-
ed an Israeli Cabinet Minister as
warning, "The U;..tcd States, in
an effort to avoid a grave con-
flict with the Soviet Union,
might resort to imposed solu-
tion." But Mr. Eban, in a taped
television interview broadcast
from West Germany, said
he did not believe any secret
agreement existed between ihe
U.S. and the USSR for a com-
mon i>eace settlement to be im-
posed on the Middle East. Mr.
Eb;in said he could not re;jll
any period in past history when
! a greater conflict existed be-
tween the interests of the two
superpowers. He said he exoect-
ed no special results from Presi-
dent Gamal Abdal Nasser's cur-
rent visit to Moscow and added
that he saw little chance tor
peace between Israel and the
Arabs because Russia resists
every effort to achieve peace in
the Mideast.
It was uncertain when Mrs.
Meir sent her reply to Presi-
dent Nixon, though it is likely
that it was after the President's
television appearance last Wed-
nesday. When Gen. Yitzhak
Rabin. Israel's Ambassador to
Washington, returned to his post
last week after lielng called
home for consultations, he told
newsmen prior to his departure
that he carried no message from
the Prime Minister to President
Nixon.
Spokesmen at the summer
White House at San Clemente.
Calif., took pains to quash specu-
lation that the Nixon administ" i-
tion is even considering send-
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said it was at no time Intended
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President said the Nixon ad-
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conscious eftort to stress the
dangers of the Mideast conflict
but did not intend to "frighten
anybody with the thought of
sending combat personnel or
advisors "
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CAPITAL COMMENT
by Sam Lipski
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What He Did Not Say
Was Also Important
Con ONCB, the tactics and the
' iH>int receiving emphasis is
as important as if not of greater
importance than -the actual sub-
stantive details of a diplomatic
plan submitted to the Israeli and
Arab governments. The most sig-
nificant thing about the latest
American peace initiative in the
Middle Kast, other than what was not said publicly,
is the fact that it represents a unilateral move by
Wasbington outside tbe framework of the useless
Two and Four Power talks.
Equally imjiortant is the emphasis Secretary of
State William P. Rogers put on the absolute neces-
sity for tbe Arabs and Israelis to stop shooting and
start talking "in the same city ... in the same
building on different floors ... on the same floor
in different rooms ."
Afler long weeks of indecision and seeming un-
concern about the enormity of the Soviet expansion
in the Middle Kast, this unilateral diplomatic and
political campaign by Washington suggests lhat the
harsh realities have received some long overdue
attention Washington informed the other powers
of the action it was taking, but its proposals were
submitttd directly to the Arabs and Israel, bypass-
ing the Russians. Tiiis suggests that some hard
conclusions have been reached by the Administra-
tion after the comprehensive review of all political
and military aspects of the Soviet intervention or-
dered by President Nixon, the most significant of
which probably was that any movement towards
peace in the Middle East could not come so long as
the United Statis operated only in tandem with the
Soviet Union.
During the last fi w weeks, cables have come to
the State Departments from alarmed ambassadors
in Arab capitals warning of the danger to American
citizens and property if a public announcement was
made that planes would be supplied to Israel. Some
embassies plead) d for advance notice of such an
announcement so they could plan evacuation or so-
cial delense procedures. Jerusalem knows that any
public announcement would have made the achieve-
ment of peace more difficult, also. And it may be
to everyone's advantage that they be supplied on
a replacement basis, so long as an emergency con-
tingency is provided for. There are signs that the
Jirusalcm government understands America's re-
luctance to make public announcements and can
live with it.
And while Israel is skeptical of any cease-fire
which would weaken her strategic [wsition while
giving the opposition time to improve theirs, there
is no doubt Israeli leaden are flexible.
Washington Profile:
By JUDITH AXLER
Lazy Rabbi Writes Book
AT THE END OF TIIIS .MONTH, W. \V. Norton and
** Co. will publish "The Mishnah: Oral Teachings of
Judaism" by Rabbi Eugene J. Lipman. The tint book in
the new B'nai B'rith Jewish Heritage Classics series
which will eventually have 50 volumes -the work by the
man who has been head rabbi of Washington's Temple
Sinai since 1961 is being published in cooperation with the
Commission on Adult Education of B'nai B'rith.
Rabbi Lipman began vvriting the book in 1959, when
he was director of synagogue activities and social action
at the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. "When
I went to the Union in 1951, there was no activity in the
field of social justice," Rabbi Lipman said. "In 1953 I
volunteered to be the director of the Commission on
Social.Action. It was a good time: right in the middle of
the McCarthy period." He started the Religious Action
Center in Washington, which is still going strong, and
continues to take an active part in it.
Rabbi Lipman claims he wrote the book on the
Mishnah because he's lazy"1 only study when I write
things, and I wanted to study the Mishnah because it was
something I could encompass. I've been known as a social
justice man whatever that means- -not as a rabbinical
scholar. But I think all rabbis should be scholars."
To begin with. Rabbi Lipman sat down with the
Mishnah a subject-oriented book of Jewish lawand
read it through, checking off each paragraph that Inter-
ested him. He translated them all into readable English,
then read previous commentaries and interpretations be-
fore writing his own commentary on each. The following
year during his sabbatical in Jerusalem, Rabbi Lipman
deleted about half of the manuscript, then put it aside to
wait for the right publisher. "I didn't want just anyone to
publish it," he explained. "It had to be part of a series
or else it wouldn't make sense." It was on the shelf for
six years before B'nai B'rith approached him 2fc years
ago. He and Lily Edelman pared it still further, and the
318 page work will contain probably less than 10% of the
Mishnah. But its purpose is to make people who read it
want to read more and it is bound to succeed.
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
He's In The Right Spot
BKOI'I.K WHO know him well
' are confident that Elliot
Lee Richardson can untangle the
maze at HEW with its more
than 100,000 captains, subalterns
and couriers but he is going to
need all the administrative skill,
patience and persistence a fellow-
can muster to succeed as the new
Scc.eiary ot Health, Education and Welfare, If Mr.
Richardson does make good, the nation may be
Started on its way out of a large part of the social
and economic morass now covering a much greater
area than Foggy Bottom, and the .job could be a
stepping stone toward another of higher rank.
The new Secretary learned of health needs early
in life both his father and grandfather ware sur-
geons. Many of today's educational challenges are
already familiar to him. and he has an impressive
record of dinging at the problems of unemployment.
poverty and hunger. His opponents will need sharp
minds and considerable staying power to unhorse
this Secretary he didn't go into World War II
private and come out a decorated lieutenant with
scars ti prove it just by chance. Scholars and sch K)l
administraton aie mindful of his passion for
grading the Quality of American education, and civil
righls leaders aren't about to forget his acu
and compassion as he worked as technician m I
lobbyist to get Massachusetts' pioneer race in
anc< law on the books.
Secretary Richardson's task will be to advance
legislation, lift morale, raise health standards, and
flgbt the unending battle of school desegregation.
Perhaps his most ini|>ortant challenge will be that
of shaking the nonsense out of the comments about
public welfare some of which have come from such
formidable sources as the United States Chamber of
Commerce.
Secretary Richardson will likely dis|x 11 hard-to-
kill myths about poverty and make astute.usA .of.
the governim nt*S pilot programs in New Jer.-.v-
w iii( ii show that public assistance can serve to en-
courage the Impoverished to work in his struggle
to i lid the scandal of hunger and |Jovu*ty in .the
world's wealthiest nation.
M
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By Seymour B. liebman BOOK RtVIEW
The Anti-Communist Impulse
A REPORT ON foundations utilizing
funds for left-wing causes which
(i was published several months ago in the
7^1 ii l)t,'<"l'al "Combat" named recipients
----- J of funds from the Louis Rahinowitz
Foundation in order to prove that its
resources were being exhausted in the
support of left-wing causes and writers.
The author of Tin- Anti-Communist Im-
Parcnti, acknowledges that the research
Foundation liberated him for a summer
Of writing, during which he produced this book published
by Random House ($7.95.)
piiJm-. Mk'hae
grant from the
There is little doubt that a good many Americans are
obsessed with anti-Communism and, through a distorted
puapective, color many things Red which are not. The
author, who is a professor of |x>Iitical science, goes to the
other extreme, however, painting communism and Com-
munists with whitewash. Parenti, who claims to have
beeM an ardent Communist at one time--before "seeing
the light" has made an artful attempt to woo the reader
to leftism and the current form of anti-Americanism. In
his attempt to undermine taith in our country, he even
distorts history. For example, after slating that we
forced Spain to cede the Floridas." he writes that the
treaty promised to "make satisfaction for the claims of
Spanish citizens up to the sum of S5.000.000 No pur-
chase occurred and no money changed hands." Article XI
of the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 is quite clear-, however.
And the eminent American historian, Henry S. Gom-
magir has spelled the facts out in his statement: "The
U.S. assumed the claims of its own citizens against Spain
to the maximum sum of $5 million dollars."
The book is filled with vague generalities and spe-
cious arguments in addition to historical distortions. In
his defense of communism, there is a cavalier dismissal ot
the personal and political rights of the individual, which
nave little Import to the author, who apparently sub-
scribes to Lenin's philosophy: "The will of class is some-
times fulfilled by a dictator. Soviet socialist democracy is
not in the least incompatible with individual rule and
dictatorship."
The author's argument that Russia is not what it
used to besince some liberalization has occurred and
the standard of living has been elevated ignores the fact
lhat these changes have not altered the basic funda-
mentals of the totalitarian society. Of coui-se he makes no
mention of Russia's adventures into the Middle East, its
diatribes against Israel in the United Nations and the
false labels pinned upon it. the invasion of Czechoslovakia
and the ruthk-ss murder of Hungarians, the Finnish
cauade or the take-over in Estonia. Lithuania and Latvia.
He makes no condemnation of Russia to equal the vicious
libel of everything America does.
The author will be applauded in Russia and his work
is sure to receive the Lenin Peace Prize and whatever
Mao Tse-tung is awarding his favorites. While many in
our State Department lack mature understanding of
international < vents, and American officialdom of all
ranks has unquestionably been guilty of malfeasance and
nonfeas.w.n a number of them using communism ai a
"red herring" for their own ulterior purposes an on-
biased presentation of specific d. eds of misfeasance and
situations resulting from misconceptions and the phobia
Concerning the Communist menace would have served to
alert and enlighten the general public.
Parent! could have benefited from reading "M
fr m Moscow," and/or 'Controlling Small Wars." Tin
latter makes specific reference to Moscow's "contact-
breeding policies of influence ."
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Israel Newsletter

By CAM AlPERT
I
Israel To Help Refugees
Mi:i
Alt
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BECAUSE there is no feverish
pressure, this may be the
propitious moment to take a
second look at the Arab refugee
problemundoubtedly, one of the
most difficult in the area.
It is encouraging to note that
even without publicity, threats or
excitement over the issue, re-
sponsible Israeli officials are preparing specific pro-
IKisals designed to solve the problem. Although we
did not en ate it, we cannot continue to neglect it.
There is little doubt, however, that at this stage
we are the only ones interested in finding a solu-
tion. The Arab states. Which have for two decades
insisted on keeping the hapless wretched people In
a quarantined ghetto unable to integrate into the
economic? of the countries in which they live, will
certainly oppose our efforts. To them the refugees
are more useful as hostages- political pawns to be
used against Israel.
One thing is certain. They cannot return to their
original homesto ruined villages that no longer
exist. Since World War I, the world has witnessed
the tragic plight of more than 150 million refugees
from the Greeks expelled from Turkey to the
victims of the India-Pakistan disagreement, not to
mention the Russian-German refugees of Central

Europe and millions more in Africa and the Far
East. Repatriation has never been a solution; it is
simply a return to the conditions which caused the
original tragedy.
For almost 20 years, the U.N. efforts in the ref-
ugee' be-half have been confined to supplying bare
subsistence relief, keeping the crisis acute, in effect.
Shimon Peres, the member of Israel's Cabinet re-
sponsible for civilian affairs in the occupied terri-
tories, has decided the time has come to take all
necessiiv economic measures to raise the standard
Of living for those still in these camps training
them, stablishing industries to provide employment
and improving their health, education and welfare
facilities. In short, Israel must do for them what
Egypt and Jordan failed to do in the past 20 years:
restore their dignity as human beings.
It will not be easy, and the expense will be wy
great. Perhaps many of them can be moved from
then- squalid camps in the Gaza to the West Bank,
where they can be more quickly absorbed into the
relatively prosperous Arab population. Dr. Haanan
\Veitz, who heads the Settlement Department of the
Jew ish Agency, proposes the establishment of' a
model village at El Arish, in the Sinai, where there
is ample water and the opportunity for both agricul-
tural and industrial development, as a pilot projeot.
Vie must make the effort. What is incumbent upon
us for moral and humanitarian reasons will, hrfne
long run, also be in our own national best interest.
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r.h. A.l>. H'70.
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HARRY A LEVY
As Executors,
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7/10-17-24-31
IEGAI NOTICE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2196
IN ItlJ: Kst.it* of
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orne.v, .MAKTIN LEJ1LICH.
IscaVne Bot|levard, Miami,
mid t<. file the original there-
i the Clerk of said Court on
the 4ih day of Aug., lliTn.
* Default will be entered
|rt>U for said relief.
this ^.",ih day of June. |7<1
IMMfTHKRMAN, CLEItK
f: C. L. AI.ICXANDER
Deouty l.'l.rk
7/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOP OADE COUNTY,
FLORID* -IN PROBATE
No. 70-2076
lc RE: Estate of
TILLIE 8HA1MUI '
l ii.-. ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AII Persona
Having Clulma or i>' manda
Against Said Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and
retired to nrnneut any claims
demands which you may have against
luv ea ate of TlLI.IK SHAPIRO, de-
ceased late of I iad, County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same hi dujdlcate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the Count; Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or tin- aaiue will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 4th
day of June, a i i:;"
MORHIS SHAPIRO
As Executor
First publication Of this notice lB the
ll'th da) of June. 1970.
Al'.ia iTT AND RVMKES
Attorney for Executor
4S0 Lincoln Roail
.Miami I leach, Florida
C \9-ii 7'::-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-2174
GEORGE I CLARK
111 RE: Estate of
ISIDOJCK SCHMCCKLER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demandl Against Suld
Baate:
Vou arc hereby notified and required
to present an) claim* and demands
which you may have against the
estate of ISIDORE scmmccki i:u
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- County,
and file the same ill duplicate and
as provideil in Section 733.IS. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the t oun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flo-
rida within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will lie barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this iGih
day tii ss11: schmi i'Kl.1:it
As Admlnlstralriv
First publication of this notice on
the Iflth fay of June, 1&70.
LEON A. i:i'8TKIN
Attorney for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Heuch. Florida 33130
t/19-n 7.3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
LE6AL NOTKE
TENTION
TORNEYS!
vistfkridHfw
your legal notice*,
ippreciate youi
ie and guarantee
service at legal
373-4665
seeraer service
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10540
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RODERT i. u:i:neii.
Plaintiff
KII.F.KN LKKNKR.
Defendant.
TO: EILEEN L19RNER
K7H4 Spriiigfielil I'.lvd.
l'.ay.-ide. Long Island,
New York
You. EILEEN LERNER, are here-
by notified that a Kill Of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. aid you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
lite Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's 'attorney CKOVF.lt CLMENT
WBTN8TETN & STACHFIL PA.. 3:,o
I .hicoin Road, Miami Heach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
day of July, 1!>70. If yon fall to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Hill of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIAMtlDTAN
DONE AND ORDEKED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of June A.D
IWO.
E.B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade county. Florida
By: C.P. COrKI.AND
I icputy < 'lerk
fClrcuit Court Seal*
OROVBK OIMHNT WBINSTBIN &
BTACBER, P-A
::."," Lincoln Load
Miami Heach, Florida M1M
Attorney(s) for l'lainiifi
G/1!'-2fi 7'3-10
notice of action
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for dade
county. civil action
70-10908
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BENJAMIN S. LKVINE.
Plaintiff,
VS.
MAE l.EVINF.,
Defendant.
TO: MAE LBVI.NE
2X5 East id Street
Brooklyn, New York 11312
You. MAE I.EVINE. are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Annulment or Divorce has i.e. i filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the l till of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, SAt'L T. VON
ZAMFT, 1518 Capital Hank Bldg.,
Miami. Florida and file the i rlginal
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 17th day of July. I!7a n
you fail to do so. judgmtmt by de-
fault will be taken against you fair
the relief demanded in the Kill of
i 'omnlaint,
Tliis notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH Fl.dltllllAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this li'.th day of June A.D.
1970.
E. B. I4BATHBRMAN. Cli rk
Clroull Curt. Had,- County, Florida
Bj ; mai;i-i:i: ti-. KENT
i leputy i 'lerk
fCircuit CoUli Seal I
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
1.112 Capital Hank Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33132
C 10-26 7 Ifl
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10785
SLrtT FOR DIVORCE
CARRIE FUUSRSON WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PTERltK WILLIAMS,
l iefeudaiit
TO: PIERRE WILLIAMS
727 N. Caivy Street
Baltimore, Maryland
You. PIERRE WILLIAMS, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
t<> serve a copy ,f your Answer or!
Pleading to the Bill id' Complain) on I
the Plaintiffs attorney KANFORD
H. KRAMER, 11.'" N \V. llih Street,;
Miami. Florida :::t):tii and file the |
original Answer or Pleading in the'
office of tne Clerk of the circuit!
Court on or before the 17th day of
July, 1S70. If you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the 1
Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once I
each week for four consecutive weeks j
in THE JEWISH FI,OltIDlAN.
DONE- AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th ciuy of June A.D.
UrTO.
E.B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By; C. C.OODMAN
Deputy Ckrk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFord H. KRAMER
ti.io n.w mil street,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
6/19-26 7/.I-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
IN THE COUNT". JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
Mo. 70-2156
In HE: Estate of
IS.\1.Ill-: FISCHREIN
OpUNTY.
Nf. 70-11321 1
NOTICE-BY PUBLirlATION
II MtltY II VCKEIl and
II KB VNCE HACKBH, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs
JESUS A COLES and
II H.ES. his wife,
ami (JI'ILI.ERMI I FERRER and
EMETERH ri:i:.\ ANDEZ.
I lefendants
TO: TO .DISCS A. COLES
i 11| IDS, his wife
c. o Organlsacloii Pan
Americana de la Salud
Casllla .-.:-.4
'luay.oiuil, Fcuailor
roc are iii:kei:y notified
that a Complaint to foreclose a mort-
gage encumbering the fallowing des-
cribed proper! v:
Lots 17 and 41 and the East One.
Half of Lots HI and 4.t. less the
South L28.fi reel or the East One-
Half of I.oi 4::. and less the South
12H.3 feet of the West One-
Quarter nf I,ot 44. and less the
North 136 feet of I>it 17, and less
the North 13d feet of the East
One-Half of l.ot 18 of DAVIS
CITRI'S FARMS, according to
Ui Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Hook 4, at Page M, of the
Public Records Of Dade County,
Florida: and less the South 8.6
fe.-i of the East Vi of I-ot 44
conveyed to City of Miami for
street and/or sidewalk pur-
poses,
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other Pleadings to the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs' At-
torneys. HAROLD J COHEN and
SAMUEL It. STARK. 2761 Coral
Way. Miami. Fla. :;::i4r.. and file the
original thereof in the Office of the
Clark of the circuit Court, on or be-
fore the ::m dr./ of July. 1970, or a
Default Judgment will be entered
against you.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 23rd
day of June. I!7'i.
B. 11 LEATHERMAN
Clerk oi i he -Ircull Court
By MAROL'EHITE KENT
1 'epiuy I '1,-rk
6 26 7 ::-M-l7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH i 'redltort and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Againt i Hal I Hstnti
Vou are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims nnd de-
im.iu'is which you may have against
the esta'e nf ISADORK PI8CMBEIN.
deceased In of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in dupllcali
.....I as provided In Section 738.16
Florida Statutes', in their offices In
the Count} Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first I WINIFRED JONKS,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-4233 (Knuck)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAMUEL B. SMITH,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
JAMES M. PHILLIPS,
J A I MOTORH, INC.
& JIMCAR CO., INC.,
I lefendants,
You. JAMES M. PHILLIPS, arc
hereby notified that a Complaint In
the nature of a Creditors suit and to
anfoaoe lien against the E1- of !;:(/:,
AT NL. of SVV", of NE1, ol SUV
Sec :i TWP "" South, Ranee in East,
Dado County, Fla. has been filed
against you, and you are required
Ui serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's Attorney. SAIL T.
VON ZAMFT, 1112 Capital Hank
Bldg., Alia ml, Florida 33133, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
I the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the tnth day of
I August. 197b. If you fail to do so.
j judgment by default will be taken
(against you for the relief demanded
, in the Hill of ComplainL
1 This notice shall be published once
I each week for four oonsecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE and ORDU1CED at Miami,
Florida this 2nd day of July, ID70.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i Circuit Court, Dado County. Florida
I By: N.A H EWETT
, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAIL T. VON ZAMFT
Attorney for Plaintiff
1512 Capital Hank IJIdg.
Miami, Florida 38182
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-10487
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i INWARD Ji >NES,
Plaintiff,
rleof, or tin
ame will
this 8th
wublieal i"ti h
be bailed.
Dated nl Miami. Florida
day of June, A D. 1970.
- i oujs h Ooodmnn
As Kxectitor
First publication of this notice on the
lutli day "I June, i..;;,
MYERS, ICAPI AN, PORTER,
I l :\ i.\s. i\ \- KENIN
11."in s w isi street,
Miami. Florida
At torney for Executor
I! '19-26 7 3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'riTli'H IS IlKRl.'l'.Y OIVEN thai
the undersigned, ilwslriug to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of i'AKOI. ANN APARTMENTS at
tOft-60 NE. 12'.ith St., North Miami,
Fla. intend to register said name with
th. Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
Count}', Florida.
RONA1 D 1. DAVIS .....1
CAROL ANN DAVIS
i:i IN Ml' I.. DAVIS, ESQ., I' A.
117 I'.'.scav oe Bldg.
Miami. Fla, 38180
Atlornej in pro per
6 '26 7 :t-in-l7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LARRY TOWN at 12780 Westview
Drive. Miami. Florida 3.1107 intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY BROWNE
KELLY & BROOKS
218 Alcazar Avc,
Coral tlables
Attorneys lor
HARRY BROWNE
6/19-26 7/8-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALLAN SANFORD GRAPHIC
DESIGN at 2157 N.AV. 18th Ter .
Miami, Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RODGERS & RAYMOND ADV. INC.
6/26 7/3-10-17
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, nathan altsiicl.
Miami Beach, Florida; MIRIAM alt-
siicl. Miami Beach. Florida did on
the 3rd day of JULY, A D. I;;l cans,
to be incorporated under the laws
of the State of Florida MlRlAM *
NAT CORP. a corporation, with its
principal place of business at MIAMI
BEACH, DADE COINTY hi th,
State of Florida, and whereas such
eorporatlon did on the 3th day of
JUNE, A.D. 1970, cause to be filed
jn the office of the Secretary of
State of the Stale of Florida, the
incuiii' ni:ir\ authority required under
Section tins.1:7. Florida Statutes, show-
ing the dissolution of such corpora-
tion.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
state ik'es hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied thai
the requirements of the law have
been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and h-,ve af-
fixed the Great Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the THIRTIETH day ol JUNE,
A.D. 1970.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
7/10/70
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2304
George T. Clark
in RE: Estate of
HENRIETTA EDMOND
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Cslale:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired It, present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HENRIETTA BOMOND
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to ihe County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in dupli-
Cate and as provided in Section
783.16, Florida statute-, in Ihclr of-
fices iii the County Courthouse in
Dade County, riorida. withhl six cal-
endar months from tin- time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of June. A.D 1'iTii.
DAVID FDMOND
As Bxecutor
I'ir.-t publication of this notice on
the -i'il' day of June. I70,
TALIANOFF & WALLER
Attorn*) for Evocator
42" Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida 33139
.; 26. 7 :'.-m-17
Defendant.
TO: \\ INIFRED JONES
<;. nernl Post Office
Nassau. Bahamas
You, WINIFRED JONES, are hero,
by notified lb,I a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has b.-.n filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
ihe Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney, ALVIN GOODMAN,
of GOODMAN .v HOLTZMAN, 11"0
Concord Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
file i'.....rlginal \nswer or Pleading
in ilo offl.....:' ih. Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 24th day
oi July, 1970. n you fail to do so,
judgment by default Will bl taken
gainst you for the relief demanded
in 'he Bill of Complaint.
Tliis notice shall be published ,......
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TI1K JEWISH FI.ORIjSlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this I'Hli day of June AD.
1970.
E i: I i:.\therm \\. Clerk,
cir.uii Court, had,- County, Florida
By: C.P. Ci IPELAND
1 >epui.v Clerk
(Circuit court Seal)
GOODMAN >:- HOLTZMAN
I..... Concord Bldg.
Miami. Florida 83130
Phone: 379-0868
Attorneys for Plaintiff
r, 19-26 7/3-10
'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 70-10994
OH.DA AI.ONSO
Plaintiff,
RODOLFO ALONSO
Defendant.
You. RODOLFO ALONSO, resi-
dence Bun \V. 17.'trd Streei. New
York, N.Y. 10038. a re required In file
your answer to the complaint for
divorce with the clerk of the above
Court anil serve a copy thereof upon
HERMAN COHEN,. EKg.. 1310-11
Congress Bldg.Miami Florida 38132
on or la-fore July 24lh" IS70, or else
this complaint will tu- taken as con-
' -s,.,i
DATESD: June 17tli lfiTff.
B B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: c. (ioodman
Deputy Clerk
6/26, 7/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1988
In RE: Estate of
BARRY I.. TABAN
I leccascd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
llslaie:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
laie of BARRY L. TARAN deceased
hue of Dade Couuly, Florida, to the
County Judges ot Dade County, and
file Ihe same ;r duplicate and as pro*
Vlded in Section 7.:::.IK. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
uiihin six calendac months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or ihe same v\ ill lie barred.
Daled at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of June, All 1970,
ROBK1CT TABAV
3401 N.W", 86th Street
Miami. Florida
As Admiiiislrat* r
First publication of this notice on
the Bill! day of June, 1970,
l'i >7,KN. GOLD and GOLD
Attorneys for Administrator
409 Beybold Building. Miami. Florida
_________ r. 19-26 7/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of O. M. FtKiD PRODUCTS at 1751
\.\\. 80t|l SI., Miami. Fla. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
ORLANDO Mil.I.W
6,13-26 7. :i-10
NOTICE UNDfcH FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN LYNN APARTMENTS at
288-30th St., Miami Beach, i'la. In-
tend to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida
RONALD L. DAVIS and
CAROL ANN D VVIS
RONALD L. DAVIS, BSO. P. A.
417 l'.iscayne Bldg.
.Miami, Fla. 311130
6, 26 7/3-10-17


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New Soviet Peace Plan To
Be Presented By Dobrynin ^JOlIf INI! IHl M'llllft H
Miami. Florida Friday, July 10. 1970
LONDON, (JTA) A ^w
K>ace plan for the Middle East
s being presented to the United
States this week, according to
-diplomatic sources in Moscow.
^Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobryn-
lin will present the plan to the
VS. Assistant Secretary of
IState for Near Eastern Affairs
Joseph J- Sisco at their meet-
ng in Washington, the sources
aid.
The Soviet plan takes into ac-
rount proposa18 advanced by the
United States more than a week
ggo, but there has been no of-
ficial disclosure of the details
of either the Russian or the
\merican plans. Diplomats in
Moscow said the new movement
, break the three year Mid-
past impasse is keeping Egypt's
president Abdel Nasser in Mos-
jow. He was supposed to have
k'turned to Cairo Monday to
jit tend to pressing business, but
has postponed his departure for
en days, the sources said.
The Egyptian leader has held
kwo rounds of talks with Pre-
mier Alexei N. Kosygin, Pres-
Eient Nikolai V. Podgormy and
ovict Communist Party chief
vonid I. Brezhnev. A joint
:,.mmunique was postponed un-
lil Thursdaj, since the trend of
(oters Hear Candidates
Harry Levy, president of Voters,
orporatcd, will moderate the
ganization's open meeting in the
ishington Federal Auditorium.
34 Washington Ave Tuesday at
p.m. Speakers will include Al
be, candidate for the Criminal
nut judgeship; Criminal Court
Uge Murray Goodman, who is
kning for reelection; Municipal
.nit Judge Gerald Tobin, and
irald Lewis, Dick Renick, Mi-
i'l Celodny and Elizabeth Bett-
|r. who hope to be elected to the
RU's House of Representatives.
itriotic Poster For Sole
fThe patriotic posters depicting
nation's flag and carrying the
fend "This Is Our Flag Be
oud Of It!" which will soon be
display in all of the nation's
st offices will be available to
e general public at 25 cents each
ess. depending upon the cjuan-
kv. Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
knounccd. Persons wishing copies
the 11x15 reproduction may or-
|r them from the Superintendent
Documents, Government Print-
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the latest Sisco-Dobrynin talks
may influence its content. Mean-
while, Col. Nasser is marking
time at a luxurious estate out-
side of Moscow, where he was
reportedly receiving medical
treatment for diabetes and
sciatica.
Diplomatic sources here theo-
rized that the Soviet military
escalation in Egypt may be in-
tended to force the re-opening of
the Suez Canal by helping Egypt
regain the east bank, under Is-
raeli occupation since 1967. This
may be the strategic intent be-
hind the reported advance of
the Soviet-made Egyptian mis-
sile defense system toward the
canal, the sources said.
Moscow is said to be deter-
mined to re-open the blocked
waterway which would shorten
the sea trip to North Vietnam
by 38 days. The Soviets are
anxious to establish their naval
presence in the Indian Ocean as
a counterforce to Communist
China but this is made difficult
by the continued shut down of
the canal.
According to diplomatic
sources here, the Kremlin lend-
ers are not deliberately seeking
a showdown with the United
States in the Mideast, or oven
with Israel. But they regard
their position in Egypt as the
key to their influence both in
the Mideast, or even with Israel.
But they regard their position
in Egypt as the key to their
the Mediterranean and the In-
dian Ocean, and are determined
not to retreat. Therefore they
an' genuinely seeking some kind
of agreement with the United
State for a Mideast solution.
Section B
Anti-Semitic Attitudes Manifested
By Three Extremist ElementsADL
NEW YORK < JTA)The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has reported three major
new manifestations of anti-Jewish attitudes in
the United States.
The ADL listed them as: (1) the radical right
from sources which have managed to keep
their anti-Jewish attitudes obscured from public
view although they have been suspect for a num-
ber of years, the John Birch Society, for example:
(2) minority extremist elements within the black
community, which have reacted to white racism
with a racism all their own--for example, the
Black Panthers, Black Muslims and the African-
American Student Association, and (3) the ex-
treme left groups who take their cue from the
Soviets and Chinese, heaping virulent abuse on
Israel and all those who look with favor upon
the Jewish state. According to the ADL. anti-
Semites of the extreme left would include such
groups as the Weathermen faction of Students
for a Democratic Society, Revolutionary Youth
Movement II, the Young Workers Liberation
League (Communist Party", the Young Socialist
Alliance (Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party)
and the Maoist Progressive Labor Party.
The Birch Society's official ideology has been
directed against the "international Communist
conspiracy": its anti-Semitic stance was only re-
cently spelled out in American Opinion, its offi-
cial publication, in an article which advanced the
theory that Jewish bankers and financiers are
the secret manipulators behind wars, and the
source of the country's economic and monetary
ills.
The ADL, a division of B'nai B'rith, empha-
sized that the Mack militants did not represent
the view of the majority of Negroes in the United
States, and expressed deep regret over the mem-
bership of some Jewish youth in the extreme left
organizations on campus.
The Anti-Defamation League has also reported
that thousands of Palestinian and Jordanian
Arabs are entering Latin American countries il-
legally. "They turn to peddling for their income,
and dispense hatred of Jews and Israel along with
their wares." it was reported. They appear to be
aligning themselves with both the right and the
left, in an attempt to alienate the Latins, which
until now have been the only solid pro-Israel bloc
in the UN. Arabs terrorist attacks have been
made on Jews and Jewish institutions in Chile,
Paraguay. Argentina, Guatemala and Puerto
Rico in the past few months.
The National Socialist White Peoples Party
(formerly known as the American Nazi Party)
held a rally in Washington, D.C. Sunday. One of
the speakers, Dr. William Pierce, said President
Nixon was a traitor, tolerating "Communist dem-
onstrations" against the Vietnam war. Another
party leader, Robert A. Lloyd III. claimed that
America's racial crisis is caused by the presence
of "two alien racesblacks and Jews"and urged
drastic "social surgery." The audience of about
250 appeared to be predominantly hecklers. The
speakers were greeted with ieers.
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Friday. July 10, 1979

Editors.Aren't Usually Rewarded
ftp n w in schwartz
Detroit Jewry has paid trib-
to the editor of the Detroit
Ai.-v >., ,v>. Philip S.iomo\atz. by
-tablishing a forest in Israel ihl
hi.s and his wile's name.
Mr. Slomovitz is one of the
I knt^ <>f th profession. He is
the kind of writer you could wak.
it '.10 in the morning and ask
to write a two column article.
>ut the Leasiie of Nations
I be would be a We to do it. No
matter what the subject, it >\ould-
be a nadabli' article.
Probably, if he had been in Is-
rael, they would have elected him
mayor like Gershon Agron. editor
of the Jerusalem Post, who was
elected na.u.r of Jerusalem. But
] b-- having a forest in Israel
named to.- you is better than
.yor.
Thomas Jefferson, who was al-
ways a mar. strong for freedom
in everything, one time said. "I
wish I were a despot." He said
that when he saw someone cutting
down a tree. That is the point of
view in Israel too. Trees are very
precious things.
mm
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And how about some of ycu 'cats' coming to
services tonight. we're having a Pray-in!"
Irving Roth UAL's New V.P.
Irving Roth, who retired from
his position as director
Civil Aeronautics Board's Bureau'
of Kconomics last May. has beer.'
elected a vice president of UAL.
Inc.. and its wholly-owned subsid-
lary, United Air Lines, it has been '
atmounced. H- will serve UAL.:
Inc.. as vice president of financial
relations, and United Air Lines as
vice president and assistant to the
senior vice president of finance
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Editors usually are not much
rewarded. The pen is mightier
than the sword, they say. but
when Horace Greeley. probably the
; : ,-.. .as American editor, ran
against U. S. Grant, the soldier.
Grant won.
Somehow editors give a wrong
' impression. One time, a mission-
ary asked Greeley to make a con-
tribution to missionary work, "in
order to save people from going
1 to hell."
They're aren't half enough
I people going to hell now." replied
Greeley..
Actually. Greeley was always
working for humanitarian causes.
, He was one of the chief advoe itefi
of the cooperative communities, a
I kind of American kibbutz, which
had a bit of a vogue in his day.
H.' was against slavery, but he
was also -at least in the begin-
ningegsfaist the Civil War: and 1
after the Civil War. he went on '
the bail of Jefferson Davis. iHe;
was usually on the unpopular side I.
Mordecal Manuel Noah was an
American Jewish newspaperm n
little earlier than Greeley. Noah
I could remember, as a little hoy,
log Bt-n Franklin. President
lohn Quincy Adams thought Noah
I the tblest newspaperman in Amer-
ica of his day. Noah, too, aspired
to political office, but got little.
He was consul to Tunis, but was
recalled.
Later, he was sheriff of New-
York, but here too. he got little
"nachas. A yellow fever epidemic-
broke out in New Yoik and the
crowfJed quarters of the New
Yoik j..il threatened to bring down
all th.' inmat<-s with the dreaded
"yellow jack." So what was Noah
to do? A Jew can have money or
he can have no money, but one
thing a Jew has to have is "rach-
monis"without "rachmonis'* you
are not a Jew
So Noah called the prisoners of
the jail together, and opened the
doors and said to the prisoners. I
am dosing my eyes, so if you
leave now like gentlemen. I won't
j hi leaving." So they left. And
Noah was criticized ror it. but it
ave and fine act. In those
days 1 g it main- of the :nn 1!
of jails were there for non-pay-
ment of debts. Today, they don't
send you to jail for that.
Moan, who sponsored the ili-fatd
Ararat project at Buffalo a
naven for the oppressed Jews of
the world has been called the
first American Zionist.
The story of American Zionism
is little known. Charter Thomp-
son, I he secretary of the Conti-
nental Congress, once remarked
that the real story of the Amer-
ican Revolution would never be
known. Probably the full story
main untold. In perusing, a work
d leJmg with President ZaJman
Sha/ar of Israel, we learned that
one time on a visit to America, he
met with Vic-tor Berger of Mil-
waukee, Wis., then a leading fig-
ure in American Socialism. Presi-
dent Shazar induced Mr. Berger
to change his mind about Zionism
If the whole Story of American
Zionism were told. Editor Slomo-
vitz would have no inconsiderable
part of it. Come to think of it
he wo.ild be just the right man to
WRITE the historj of American
Zionli
SIMCHAS
.* ISRAEL'S BLOOMING DESERT *
Ever deeper into the desert, land barren for millennia now
blooms with lush crops including vegetables and melons,
thanks to Israel's national irrigation that brings water from
Tiberias south into the Negev. Shown here is a tomato field
of the Ein-gedi kibbutz in the Judean Desert. The muslin
tenting protects the vines from excessive sun and preserves
precious moisture.

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The Bahamas Jewish Community
BY HARRY ROSE
NASSAU, BahamasEvery Fri-
ay eveningi a black Bahamian
fiy Mrs. Margaret Johnson, who
aiiis h< living as one of the many
endors of straw meachandlse in
|U. sunny Bahamas capital, at-
vices. She is one of the
,. members of the Nassau
Eebravi Congregation. She regu-
drlv donates as much as one-third
ji son limes two-thirds of her
[come to charity to Israel and
3A n-.i the support of the prcs-
l ,;,.; shift synagogue, where, a
andful Jewish community lead-
, | jive the Bahamas in a large
lOwntOWR Nassau, next
Dor to a Chinese restaurant.
Rub:- Botti president of the He-
ew< gregatlon observes: "Mrs.
i>hnsor. comes to our service be-
kuse she says she believes in
(jdaisn more than anything else."
gnlikc the famous Sammy Davis
hov. tret, the Bahamian ven
Dr. \vh was born on Cat Island,
yet to embrace the Jewish
litli'
Althi -'r\ it Is estimated that
_ere an no moiv than 50 Jewish
Cnilies Iving in Nassaupopula-
on 10 000 historical reords
show that at least five of the men
who sailed with Columbus to dis-
cover the New World in 1492 were
Spanish Jews. One of them, Luis de
Torres, is said to have knealt at
the dockside in Seville to be bap-
tizedan hour before sailingin
order to qualify as interpreter. It
was on the Bahamas out-Island of I
San Salvador that Columbus made
his first New World landing.
Today, many tourists make the
pilgrimage there to see and photo-
graph manuments commemorating
the discoverer's arrival. Luis de
Torres, the first of the crew of
Columbus' small fleet to walk
upon thenewly discovered land,
stayed behind in Cuba to become |
a planter and the first European j
responsible for growing and com-1
merclally developing tobacco.
In the West Indies, further south
every 4,000 persons is Jewish-
some 6,500 out of a total popula-
tion of about 25-million, accord-
ing to recent surveys. Many of
them are descendants of families
who settled in the Caribbean over
3C0 years ago. Scattered through-
out the islands are their cemeter-
ies and synagogues and other re-
minders of their presence.
In the Bahamas, the Capil ll's
only Jewish place of worship
which comfortably seats about 50
receives thousands of Jewish vis-
itors a year from the United
States. During their vacations in
the popular resort they attend
High Holy Day observances there
as well as the regular weekly ser-
vices. Oftenit is the tourists who
constitute the majorities of the
minyanim.
As yet. the synagogue lacks a
resident rabbi and cantor. Opera-
tive for only five years, it is led by
prominent members of the city's
Jewish community. Among them
are Rubin Bott, retail store owner;
his brother Jack Bott: out-Island
hotel owner Harry Aufochs: busi-
nessmen Max Feinberg and Wil-
liam Yanowitz, and Ralph Selig-
man, former magistrate and now
one of Nassau's leading attorneys
Between them they have been
able to run the affairs of the Con-
servative synagogue services of
which are conducted by Rubin and
Jack Bott, that has just recently
become associated with the Miami
Chapter of the International B'nai
B'rith.
For the Passover Seder this year
at the Paradise Island Hotel, the
congregation secured the services
11 -..". H. Gale, executive director of the
YM-YWHA cf Greater Miami, (right) and
Michael Katz, Israeli Community Youth Con-
sultcmi 'second row, left) bade farewell to
this group cf youngsters making the 'Y'
Youth Pilgrimage to Israel at the airport. The
young travelers included, from left to right,
(first row) Mitchell Mandler, Jeffrey Trinz,
Carol Osnos, Alfred Union, Paul Ackerman,
Jeri Beth Cchen and Debbie Dayen; (second
row) Ronald Stauber, Samuel Abramson, Joe
Schneider, Howard Firtel, Lawrence Weiss.
of Cantor Joseph Taulman, of Portland, Oregon. Some 120 people celebrated the ancient observance, among them many vacation visitors, and, of course, Mrs. Johnson and her three sons, Nieoderr.us. Bartholomew and Corneliusneatly dressed in traditional white garb. Unlike some Jewish communities in the Carribean area that can trace their ancestry back a number of centuries, most Jewish families in Nassau are members who emigrated in the 1920's from Poland, Ireland, England and the U.S. Their only link with the deeper part is a gravestone in their cemetary. The first president of the Nassau Hebrew Congregation was Rubin Bott's nephew, Hal Hoffer. who owns the Columbus Hotel on Bay Street, the city's main artery. "We wanted our children to grow up in the Jewish faith," said Mr. Bott. "Before that we had to go to Miami for special observances. Now it is not necessary to do this because we have our own congregation." Members pay annual dues of $120 per couple or $70 per individual, Overseas members, many of whom were brought in by Ru-i.in Bott, contribute $50 per annum. A fund has now been opened for the building of a new synagogue in Nassau if property can be acquired within easy distance of both Jewish residents and visitors. The Jewish community of Nassau can take pride in the fact that at least five of the brave adventurers aboard the Columbus fleet 47S years ago were Spanish Jews. And the Bahamian mother who quietly attends Nassau's Hebrew Congregation services symbolizes the mutual respect and understanding between races sought so desperately in this century.
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Friday, July 10, 197Q
books for
young
readers
By MADOK IIOSKVK.M 11
IfcOl T THE B'NAF B \4iKI.S by
KX. KoniKslKirc. author and il-
liixtrntor. AttieaxvtD Publishers
172 jKttf.* $4.35.
Here is a book that not only
iiroise- and entertains its youne
readers, but gladdens the heart
<>L parents, librarians and teachers
bacau>e someone finally published
i "hai^py" book. No war, no hate,
no social i>rol)k"ms, just a delight-
ful happy story of a Haddassah-
.porw-rod Lktle League Team with
a "MOTHER" for a manager.
Mark Sotzer. a very likeable,
normal 13-yoar-oW, has hLs MOTH-
ER for the team managerand his
BROTHER its coach. Se he has
problems. Added to these is his
worry about his upcoming Bar
Mitzvah. -Besides, his best friend,
Hersch has moved-and Mark's lost
hfcn to a more sophisticated and
wealthier group of friends. And.
like many other 13-year-olds, he
j has the added burden of braces
jid trii>s to the orthodontist. But
hts days are filled with a variety
A Mends, school, and of course,
Iwseh.i'i.
For a short time, the Sotzer
household is in chaos because of
Mis. Setzer being more of a man-
?tger than a mother, but the book
-hds on a happy note with Mark's
djKCessfuJ Bar Mitzvah and a
united family.
It is easy to understand why
THrs. Konigsbuig was both runner-
up ar.d winner in 1968 of the New-
berry Medal Award. (The only
author to have this distinct honor).
More delightful books such as this
volume would find an eager read-
ing and buying audience.
JEWISH ETHICS AND VALUES
by Gaye Campbell, design and
art supervision by K/.-ki.-l Sch-
loss. KTAV Publisher*, Ml
pas-s.
Excellent book for the young
child explaining Jewish ethics and
values in delightfully told story
form. The short stories, ranging
from "prayer," "the Torah," to
"patience," and "gossip." cover a
wide and -diversified field and ex-
plain in a non-sermon presentation
the importance of ethical Jewish
and human l)chavk>r.
ALL 20 of these charming stor-
ies have a hidden moral meaning
but children read it for pleasure
and not for the lesson it con-
veys. Reccommended for parents
ind teachers as a "read-aloud"
book.
To help adult readers explain
the text to young listeners, a group
of questions at the end of each
story review the chapter.
THE GIDKOVITES by Devorah
Oniex. translated by Rnth Rez-
nik. Safer* Books, 2.>C pages,
Thus volume is one of the most
exciting historical novels in the
Sabra series published for young
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readers. It is the retelling of the
adventures of the "Nili" spies in
the Micklle East and their signifi-;
cant role in the story of Palestine. L
Even thoogh this book is written !
as a fictional account, the ture |
story of Sabra Aaronson, Absalom
Felnberg and the group of "Nili"
spies is more dramatic and excit-
ing than any imaginative narra-
tion could be. The cruelty and in-
human actions of the Turks
against the Gideonites and the de-
scriptive passages of the tortures
the group suffered at the hands of
their captors are vivid and tragic.
This book was awarded the
Lamdan prize the mast ditin-|
guished Israeli prize for children's
literature and is recommended
for mature young adults.
PATH BENEATH THE SEA
by Devorah Omer. translated
from the Hebrew by Israel Ts-
litt. Sabra Publishers. 199 pases,
MM;
A fast-moving novel by the
author of "The Gideonites." this
book combines action, romance,
and a factual picture of life in the
Middle East.
Although the publishers recom-
mend it for the early-teen age
group, my personal opinion is that
older young readers would under-
stand and appreciate it more.
The stories of the personal
struggle of its young hero as a
frogman in the Israeli navy, and
the political struggle of Israel to,
Survive as a nation art? well tokl
and the book holds the interest of i
its young reader from start to
finish. Interwoven throughout the
novel is much factual information
on the training and role of the i
frogmen.
THIS IS ISRAEL by ML Sasek.
Mac Millun Publishers, lit) pages.
FlTBt printed in 1962. this re-'.
vised edition of Sasek's colorful
presentation of Israel is a wonder-
ful book for young children. Its
extra large format, colorful illus-
trations on every' page, and easy
text printed in clear letters are a
delight.
Jewish and Christian history of |
the Holy Land is explained with- J
out too much detail. Modern life
in Israel is described in a few
simple sentences. In this book, as
in all of the Sasck series, the pic-
tures tell the story.
Weiner's Office Relocated
Herbert L. Weiner. C.L.U. has
relocated his Home Life Insurance
Company of New York offices in
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been announced.
Frfth Anniversary Of Ad-Hi Stevenson's IVath
The fifth anniversary of the
death of Adlai E. Stevenson will
b- marked by the nation he served
Tuvaflay.
Many editorial writers and com-
mentators i eulogizing hfctuaftM
his death July 14, 1965. declared
that the concluding paragraph of
his acceptance speech at the Dem-
ocratic Convention in 1952, in
which he quoted a passage from
the Prophet Micah: "And -what
doth the Lord require of thee;
only to do justly, and to love
mercy, and to walk humbly with
thy God." described his philosophy
of life.
Adlai Stevenson, the great hu-
manitarian, accepted this ideal
and standard for human behavior
and religious practice as a guiding
'light for his own conduct as a
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public servant and presidentr
candidate. By a meaningful and
symbolic coincidence, the'Haffbrah
read in synagogues all over the
world two days before the states-
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*lf*xl #oJiW\Jr*Bi<*iW*gten. in.,
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European Security -Abo :
Endangered By Soviets
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel's
Foreign Minister Abba Eoan has *
told leaders of the German-
Israeli Friendship League that
Euro[>e has a responsibility to
deter the Soviet Union's efforts
to dominate the Middle East, for
Kuropcan security will be en-
dangered by such domination as
much as Israel's.
One of his main points was
that the growing Soviet involve-
ment on the Suez Canal front is
aimed just as much at exerting
pressure on Europe as it is at
weakening Israel. "If Soviet
supremacy is established in the
Mediterranean," he said, "the
security of Europe will be un-
dermined completely."
The League's president,- Pr.
Ernst Benda, agreed that the
West German government has
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Mrs. David Drucker Attends
Jerusalem Music Festival
Mrs. Judy D^uckor- wno Serves
Ls chairman of Temple Beth
Sholom'is Culture and Fine Art
Series, is cnroutc to Israel, Where
6he will:-aRteifll*he Music Festival
and hear RU*ard Tucker sing in
F.rethdWTr-s^hTth, being prcscnt-
f ,1 in C*rca, where the fabulous
Music Festival now takes place in
the excavated Roman ruins at the
invitation of Mr. Tucker and his
wife, Sara. Mr. Tucker is sched-
uled to appoar Feb. 1 in the Beth
Sholom series here.
Before leaving New York for
Europe, Mrs. Drucker will spend
ionic time with her friend, Metro-
Jitan Opera's Teresa Stratas,
and attend the opera's open-air
lerforhiances there. Her husband,
.avid, will join her in Europe
iter.
MM. DAVID MWCKCff
.QuirJcrrrcines shouldn't tasteor look like you have pre-
SaWd them in a hurry. The time and effort you spend should be
Jour' pivii litlle secret, so long as the dish is beautiful when it
j. at hes (ttcatli1.
Z This lE-ipc, which' proves this theory, is for a cheese omelet
a-hi?hryoia'an proudly serve for a small luncheon. It has a
ftwrmet #Sch to it. it is quick, easy and fun to preparebut
he entire Instructions should be read before you start. For two
bersbns: ~
j- ..__. 4 .. HEAVENLY CHEESE OMELET
; j teaspoon cream of tartar
r 4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
: ',:: cap'grated cheese
; 4 tablespoons sour cream
r. 1 tablespoon chopi>ed chives
. Separate the eggs. Whip the egg white with cream of tartar
intll stiff but not dry. In a separate bowl, whip the egg yolks
With two tablespoons cold water and the salt until the yolks are
Stale yellow in color and look light.
; Quickly heat an oven-proof skillet on top of the stow, and
5>iclt thr butter. Tilt the skillet to grease the sides. Fold the egg
yolk joloi tbp whites very gently. (The whole mixture will be
3>ale ye$lp);i Pour gently into the skillet and fry for three min-
utes, jir_Aii)til the bottom browns just a little. Place the skillet
muideCZM hioiler for about five minutes, until the omelet puffs
Jnd turns golden on top.
Remove from broiler; run a knife along the edges to loosen
B omelet, and make a cut across the center. iThis will help
.35a to fold. it. 1 Sprinkle the grated cheese along the cut, fold
over. gaTnlSh with sour cream and chives, and serve immediately.
j- There are recipe* which you just fall in love with on first
sfyht. The recipe for Butter-Almond Cookies is one of them. It
MJ-eaaf.to prepare, there is not much chance that it will let
you down, the cookies are delicious to eat and a joy to serve.
Vxiii will see- your guests take a cooky, casually put it in
tapir mouths, continuing the conversationthen suddenly they
will stop, look up. and ask "Did you make these yourself?" At
that moment you will know that you are going to have those
butter-almond beauties again and again.
BITTER-ALMOND COOKIES
4% cups flour
1. teaspoon bilking powder
3|# tsp. salt
'-' eggs
.1 Clip sugar
1 cup butler or margarine
i.' teaspoons almond extract
3D almond slivers or half-almonds
Whip butter in an electric mixer until fluffy. Add one egg,
almond,4Hltaal and salt, continue beating. Add the sugar grad-
inOry,*\vh'ippihg after each addition, until sugar is completely
Hotbed, mix flour with baking powder, add to the butter
nurture and stir well with a wooden spoon. (You might have
unmake the final mixing with your hands.)
:; Prepare 2 teflon-coated cooky sheets, and pro-heat oven
to-330. degrees. Make little balls of dough with your hands,
al|put one inch in diameter. Flatten the balls on cooky sheets
^Vith the bottom of a cup dipped in flour or with your thumb.
Mix the other egg with 2 this, water; brush tops of the cookies
wfth the egg mixture and then press a piece of almond into
9m center. Brush again with egg; bake at 350 degrees 12 to 15
niirmtes or till the bottom of the cookies looks pale brown.
Ql on a rack, remove when cold and crisp, and keep in an
aar-Wfttat container. YieldAbout 50 cookies.
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SOMETHING TO BE EXCITED ABOIT
Morris and Hannah Yanowitz are expecting; to
have the grandest time! First they are going to
Brighton. X.J. to visit their daughter Bluma,
who married Mark I.iobman last November. The
Llebmans have just furnished their home, and
Papa and Mama will be first to see it. When
they go to Israel, Ihey will attend the Golden
Anniversary" of Morris's sister, Raquol and her
husband Achel Puckerman in Haifa. It has been
forty years since Morris has seen his sister and
they are very excited anticipating the visit. Han-
nah feels that if it Weren't for Israel the Pack-
crmans wouldn't he having this wonderful anni-
versary. Hannah's voice was filled with joy ;ind
pride as she spoke of Israel and what it has
meant to her people.
KATlST. OUT
Everywhere there's food there is someone to
eat it. At Junior's the Ben Fraekmans were with
their children, Julian and June and Jultan Jr.
The Fraekmans have Just returned from a fabu-
lous trip to Africa with Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Rubin.
At the next table was Bob and Ruth Merritt
and their daughter Roz; nearby were the Sidney
Ansins. Jack and Dolores Courshon were at a
table for two, talking a mile a minute (mostly
Dolores 1. Jack and Pauline Schwartz were at a
table near them also talking. Funny, they all
managed to eat too.
Esther and Sidney Schwartz, who were stitfisg
Irish stew on Irish Monday at the Jockey Club,
were having a good laugh about the antics of
their grandchildren. I won't tell you what t->wn
they live in (you all probably know). Anyway
Meta (Mrs. Ronald) Berger had taken her three
kids, Jan, Louis and Jonathan with her in the
station wagon to do a quick errand. She double-
parked a minute, while the policeman watched.
But when she returned, he was just writing out
a ticket. She couldn't imagine what had made
him change his mind. But she soon found out.
Jonathan had yelled, "Here comes the fuzz!"
Anyway, Jonathan had to pay the ticket out of
his allowance. What's right is right.
THEY SAW HER UK \I>1 VTi;
When Patti, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Edward Gallcr of Bay Haibor, graduated! cum
laude from Goucher College, Towson, Md., last
month, her very proud family was there to watch
the ceremony. The word "family" in thus ease
includes her brother, Peter, and grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooper of Surfside. in addi-
tion to her parents.
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Austria May Declare Amnesty For Ex-Nazis
NEW YORK (JTA) A let-
ter received here from Simon
W"i('scnthal, through whose de-
termination some 900 Nazi war
criminals were located includ-
ing Adolf Eiehmann and Franz
Paul Stangl indicates that the
Austrian government will close
down the Nazi-hunting "Docu-
mentation Center" in Vienna in
Black Jewish Community
Preparing To Emigrate
ELM WOOD. N.J. (JTA) A
70-member black Jewish com-
munity here is preparing to
emigrate to Israel en masse,
according to its leader. Rabbi
Abel Rospes, spokesman for the
group.
Rabbi Respes' followers, mem-
bers of Adat Beyt Moshc syna-
gogue, are prepared for the pos-
sibility that they may be reject-
ed, since the white Jewish com-
munity here questions their
credentials as Jews.
The 50-year-old rabbi, who
taught himself to si>eak and to
read Hebrew, plans an explora-
tory trip to Israel with 12 of
his congregants this fall, in
search of first-hand information
regarding Israel.
The black congregation, he
said, observes the traditional
rites of Judaism but does not
consider itself Orthodox, Con-
servative or Reform. "If we are
rejected," he said, "we won't
argue."
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rubllihttf m pSblfc nrvle* h eoee-
ratlM with Th Advirtiling OMnR
spite of American protests.
Dr. Wicsenthal said Austria's
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky told a
television interviewer the pro-
tests were "not important." and
indicated there may be an am-
nesty for Nazis in Austria. "We
know very well." Dr. Wicsenthal
noted, "that Dr. Kreisky's So-
cialist Party needs the votes of
the former Nazis to reach the
majority."
Siegendorf Invited By Rogers
Secretary of State William P.
1 Rogers has invited Arden M. Si--
Igendorf, immediate past president,
[of the Young Democratic Clubs of
] Florida, and manager of Bar] Fair-
, cloth's Miami office, to attend i
foreign policy conference in Wash-
ington, D.C., next week. Young
political leaden from all over the
nation will be present to give their
views on current issues in the
US. foreign policy.
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MRS. SAUL H. SILVER/*AN
Halperin-Goren
Goraldine Ann Goren. daughter i
c r Mr and Mn. Robert Goren. 400,
SW 47th Ave.. became the bride of |
Stewart Irwin Halperin. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Halperin. 1611 Coral'
Gate Dr.. on Sunday, July 5. The J
6 p.m. ceremonies were performed
by Rabbi Sol Landau in the Dcau-
ville Hotel. Miami Beach.
The bride, who is employed as a'
computer programmer by the Lab-
oratory for Pattern Analytic Stud-
ies, earned her high school diploma
at Miami Senior High School and
graduated cum laude from the
University of Miami. Her husband,
who is also a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, attended the
University of Florida and gradu-
ated from the University of Miami.
He is a mathematics teacher at
Brownsville Junior High School.
For her wedding, the new Mrs.
Halperin chose a princess stylo
gown of layered Chantilly lace.;
Her s* -length veil was held by a
star crown of lace and pearls. The
maid of honor was her sister. Vikki
Goren: Mr*. Rhoda Ehrenkrantz.
her sister-in-law. served as matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Debbie Sack, Joan Susner and
Karen Stone.
The groom's brother-in-law. Ira
Ehrenkrantz, served as his best
man. Ushers included Peter Goren.
Stanley Pakowitz, Albert Pako-
witz, Lewis Kimler and Lewis
Adriane.
Mr. and Mrs. Halperin will be
at home in Miami after a two-
week honeymoon tour of Florida.
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Stephanie Allen Freundlich and
Saul Herschel Silverman were
united in marriage at Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob Sunday, June 28.
The bride, whose parents are
Gross-Sachs
The entire wedding party was
dressed in white, with accents of
lemon yellow to set off the "Snow
Ball White" color scheme when
Susan Roberta Sachs and Leon
Ray Gross exchanged their mar-
riage vows before Rabbi Shmary-
ahu T. Swirsky Saturday, July 4.
The 8:30 p.m. candlelight cere-
monies took place in the Plaza
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Sachs, 801 NE 180th St..
North Miami Beach, the bride,
who has been teaching in an At-
lanta public school, is a graduate
of the Hebrew Academy of Great-
er Miami. She attended Miami-
Dade Junior College and received
her B.S. degree in Education from
the University of Georgia.
The bridegroom, whose parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Gross, are res-
idents of Atlanta, received a Bach-
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Freundich, clor of Science degree from Emory
124 W. 59th St.. Hialeah. is a grad-
uate of Hialeah High School and
recently graduated with honors
University, where he was a mem
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity,
and is presently enrolled at the
from George Peabody College in Medical College of Georgia, where
he holds membership in Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity.
The bride, who was preceded
down the aisle by her brother. Jay
L. Sachs, and her cousin. Floyd
Nashville, Tenn., where she was
active in Kappa Delta Epsilon so-
rority and the Council for Excep-
tional Children. Her husband, the
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Silver-
mail, 770 Park Dr.. Hialeah, is also i,
__ j u- ,__. ui. cu,o Talev. in a unique candlclighting
a graduate of Hialeah High School _________ _i~2S ,..hi, cati
and this year graduated magna
ceremony, selected a white satin
cum
laude'from the University of \ */"! *.own wi,h ^embroidered
Miami, where he was a member of
Aler.con lace wrapped around the
Omicron Delta Kappa and Beta, gh l**$** *X*F
were beaded at the elbow, and the
Alpha Psi fraternities.
The bridal party included Sharon
Silverman. maid of honor; David
Freundlich. best man; bridesmaids
Mrs. Roberta Tucker. Mrs. Helene
Graff, Janice G.irwood and Pa-
tricia De Ross, and ushers Howard
Sorkin. Sam Harris. Burton Tuck-j
scalloped edge on the sleeve was
repeated at the hemline. Her talis-
man rose bouquet was mounted on
her paternal grandmother's Bible,
a family heirloom.
The bridal attendants included
Gilda Pern.', matron of honor;
, Stuart Lipinsky'and Frederick 2Z**"^J^***Z: ^
Freundlich.
The Silvermans plan to live in
Miami after a Bahamas honey-
moon.
Wexler-DeSoia
Lois Susan DeNoia and Stephen
Leslie Wexler exchanged their
vows Saturday. July 4, before Rab-
| bi Leon Kronish in 9 p.m. ceremon-
ies conducted in the Carillon Hotel.
' Miami Beach.
The daughter of Mrs. Dorothy
1 Helen DeNoia. 1179 NE 181st St..
j North Miami Beach, the bride
| graduated from Miami Norland
Senior High School and Miami-
i Dade Junior College, and is pres-
ently a senior at Florida Atlantic
University. Her husband, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wexler.
17120 NW 11th Ave.,also grad-
uated from Miami Norland Senior
High School and Miami-Dade
Junior College and from Sheffield
School of Aeronautics.
The bridal party included Jac-
quelyn Foster, who served as maid
of honor: the groonYs sister. Kar-
en Shelomith. and Honey Silvcr-
! man. bridesmaids. Best man was
j the groom's cousin. Warren Freed-
! man; the bride's brother. James
DeNoia and Gary Swatt ushered.
After a honeymoon in the Vir-
gin Islands, the couple will live in
North Miami Beach.
Sakowitz. Barbara Sulkow, Adri-
rnne Deblinger and Pam Robino-
wich, bridesmaids; Margie Gross
and Nancy Sulkow. junior brides-
maids, and Diane Ram. keeper ot
the guest book. Arnold Gross was
his brother's best man; grooms-
men included Stanley Sherman.
Simon Newman. Alan Stern and
Bruce Mirvis.
Mr. and Mrs. Gross will take a
wedding trip to Israel and Italy,
where they will vsiit Rome before
returning to Augusta. Ga.. to live.
Mrs. Gross will teach in the Au-
gusta public school system while
her husband completes his educa-
tion there.
Justan-Singer
Temple Emanu-El was the scene
of ceremonies uniting Suanne Rqe
Singer and Al Justan in marriage
Sunday. July. 5.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour D. Singer. 727 Fairway
Dr.. Miami Beach, the new Mrs.
Justan is a graduate of Beach
Senior High School and attended
Miami-Dad? Junior College and
Keystone College in Pennsylvania.
Her husband, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Justan. of Scranton.
Pa., graduated from Central High
School in Scranton and attended
C.W. Post School in Long Island.,
N.Y. and Wilkes College in Wilkes
Barre, Pa.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the ncwlyweds will live in Scran-
ton.
HUtS. RICHARD D. COrfOT
Cohoy-Kurland i_-
Barbara Kurlarrrl and-FSth*id
D. Cohoy were united in maniage
Saturday. July 4,-i.fi 7:3DTp.!rure--
monies conducted by JuJge Hervy
Balaban at th. AJgiars.HotGL'T^
couple was honorrd at -airedffejicn
in the hotel immediately after-
wards.
Jean Adelman served as maid
1 of honor for the new Mrs. Cohoy,
; whose parents are Mr. and Mis.
j Sam Kurland. 2270 SW "20th St
I A graduate of Miami SontorHich
I School, the bride was a member of
1 Tri-Beta sorority as A Miarrri-Oade
Junior College student.
Her husband, the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Andrew Cohoy of Omaha,
Neb., graduated from the Univu-
sity of Nebraska and is presently
serving as vice president of a
mortgage firm in Atlarits. He was
attended by John Corfoy.' best mas.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohoy will" make
their home in Atlanta after a Ja-
maica honeymoon.
.
Hanna Moron Returns i
To Tel Aviv's Stage
TEL AVIV .iWNSi Popular
Israeli actress MannaBmfMBom*1
made a triumphant return to
the stage. She presented a pro-
gram of songs and classical read-
ings at a Tel Aviv Hos^tals As'
sociation benefit, and was given
a tremendous ovation.
Miss Moron, one of i.u. 1.4'
passengers wounded in the Arat
terrorist attack which took
at the airport in Munich. Ger-
many, lost a leg as a result of
her injuries, and was hospital-
ized there for several nu>r. -
before she was allowed to return
to Israel.
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Mrs. Ben Levin To
Serve As Chairman
Of Entertainment
The Women's Committee of Va-
ne ty Children"s Hospital has
ramed Mrs. Ben Levin to serve
a* entertainment chairman for its
W id-Summer Luncheon Monday in
1he .Miramar Hotel, 1744 N. Bay-
.shore Dr., Mrs. Herman Niswan-
dtr, president, has announced. A
past president of the organization
and former Follies star, Mrs. Jean
Grundy, will serve as cochairman.
- Mrs. Levin and her husband en-
dowed the Levin Pavilion at the
.hospital, which has received more
than $90,000 for its medical pro-
grams from the Women's Commit-
Uc during the past fund-raising
wason. The Committee is inter-
(stcd in enrolling additional mem-
bers in its efforts to aid the
hospital, it was reported, and will
welcome visitors at its luncheon.
Mrt? Marie "MacDermott and
Mrs. Fred Fphrman arc in charge
i'i reservations for the event.
Arlyn Sue Jurin, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Jurin of Flich-
nond. Va., became the bride of
Howard Jay Hyman of Atlanta,
Ga., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Hyman of Miami, at noon
Sunday, July 5. The double-ring
ceremony, which took p&cae at
Temple Beth-Kl. Richmond, was
performed by Rabbi Myron Her-
man and Cantor Morris Okun. The
reception followed immediately at
Lakeside Country Club.
Fran Beth Jurin, a sister of the
bride, was maid of honor; another
sister, Mrs. Phillip Dasher was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids in-
cluded Mrs. Stanley C. Surloff.
sister of the groom; Ann Kallman,
Susie Hoffman, Sheila Kaplan and
Susie Cohen a cousin of the bride.
In keeping with the holiday theme,
the honor attendants were attired
in floor length gowns of red, white
and blue.
For her wedding the bride chose
a gown of white banded embroi-
dered silk organdy fashioned with
a Victorian neckline, fitted empire
bodice and long fitted sleeves
ruffed with ruffles over the wrist.
The shaped skirt swept back into
an attached chapel length train.
Her headpiece was a demi coronet
cap of embroidered lace holding
the chapel length veil of silk illu-
sion.
The groom's father served him
as host man. The ushers were
Stanley C. Surloff, brother-in-law
! of the groom; Dr. Phillip Dasher.
] brother-in-law of the bride:Leslie
j Cohn. Alan Cohn, Steven Richman
! and Michael Mandel.
The bride is attending Georgia
State University in Atlanta. Gi..
where she is a member of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority. The bride-
groom, a graduate of Coral Gables
High School and the University of
Georgia, holds membership in Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico, the couple will reside in
Atlanta.
Korean Banker Grunhut Guest
Byung-Hak Kim, head of the
Korean Housing Bank's savings
department, has spent a week as
the guest of Abraham A. Grunhut,
vice president of Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association
of Miami Beach. During his visit,
part of a tour of seven U.S. cities
arranged by the Department of
Housing and Urban Development,
Mr. Kim studied the Association's
methods of promotion. His bank,
the Korean equivalent of a savings
and loan association, is primarily
concerned with the development of
housing in the Republic of South
Korea.
Petula Clark Visit Scheduled
The arrival of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Wolff at the Fontainebleau
Hotel is scheduled to take place
Friday, July 17. Mrs. Wolff is also
known as Petula Clark in the en-
tertainment world.
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The bride-elect, daughter of Mrs.
Max Silverberg, 831 N. Venetian
Dr., Biscayne Island, and the late
Mr. Silverberg, is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Eureka College, Eureka, 111.,
where she received a B.A. degree.
Mr. King, who is majoring in
Architecture at Bradley Univer-
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Ronnie Brown To Marry Michael Block Dec. 27
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, 860
NK 171st St., North Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Ronnie Judith, to Mi-
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Mr. anil Mrs. Saul Block of Holly-
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The bride-elect, a graduate of
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Ihis fall. Her fiance, a graduate
of Eastern Michigan University,
attended Detroit College of Law,
where he was active in student
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and Universities."
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
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take place Dec. 27 in the Diplomat
Country Club, Hollywood. After
their marriage, the couple plans
to make their home in Hollywood. RONNIE JUDITH BROWN
Deborah Halperin Will Marry Todd J. Singer
Mr. and Mrs. H'^rzl Halperin,
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Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Deborah Lynn,
to Todd Jonathan Singer, the son
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The bride-elect is a graduate of
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The pros|>ective bridegroom is cur-
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Miami, where he will major in
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K
WOMA\ OF TKK WEEK
tX-a (Mrs. Meyer 1 Don, was installed this year as
president of Mount Sinai hospital's Auxiliary after serving
that organization as membership chairman for three years.
Hospitals have always been her
hangup, she says. She has always
been interested in learning how
things are done at other hospitals,
and although she doesn't try to
lake over the doctors' role, or the
administrators', she is one of those
dedicated women who feels a basic
responsibility towards humanity in
general and the people of her com-
munity in particular. Her philoso-
phy is simple what you do lor
others docs more for you than it
does for them: you always get
more out of communal work than
you put in.
Eva. the youngest of five children, was born in Covert,
Mich., a town so tiny you wore hardly in it before you were
out again. The family moved to Benton Harbor, Mich.,
when she was three, and she spent her early childh.xxi
tagging after her just-older sister, Rose. She was a girl
with many friends during her youth, and her many parties
;uid social gatherings pleased her mother immensely.
The family moved to Chicago when Eva's father re-
tired, but even after he retired he kept busy. Eva decided
to attend Wright Junior College in Chicago instead of going
away to school, l>ecause of the Depressiona wise decision,
for it was while she was a student there that she met Mike.
After (Hey were married, Eva became involved in the
community life of Chicago; working with the Mothers'
Service Club in the slum areas of that city was one of her
most important activities. For years, the Don family spent
their winters in Miami Beach. They finally made it their
permanent home in 1952. Their business, Edward Don and
Company, lias been in the family for 50 years and now in-
cludes Itieir son. Ronald. Their daughter, Deedee. whose
real name is Dorothy (Mrs. Alan) Cohen, also lives here
with her husband and three sons- Stanley, Howard and
Kenneth. Al.m, she says, claims there wouldn't be so much
confusion in the world of today (to put it nicely) if only
everyone had the kind of family life the Dons have had in
their home.
Soon after they settled in Miami Beach, Eva became
active in the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom and a pink
lady volunteer at Mount Sinai Hospital. She was going to
limit herself to activity in those organizations, but nobody
reading this page could keep such a resolution. She became
interested in the work of the Cancer League of Miami
Beach, which has since elected her a vice president. She
and her "green thumb" also joined the Garden Club, leav-
ing her no time for card playing.
Both Eva's father and her mother were adept with
their hand, and she inherited her talent in that direction.
Her creative 1 lot al arrangements have been used for private
parties and organizational meetings, and were the talk of
tike town. She does all sorts of creative things with her
hands, including the current rage, beading flowers. She and
Mike like to travel, and do a lot of it; they have seen a
good bit of the world, including South America and Europe,
and sightseeing is one of her favorite pastimes. Shopping
1- another even Mike thinks she is a great shopper, and
that fact makes their journeys more exciting.
According to her friends, Eva is so warm and friendly
that everyone loves her. She made an excellent membership
chairman because she relates to other women so well and
it Is the consensus of opinion that her great sincerity, her
fi cling of compassion for others, her charm and ability will
add another "great" to the list of Women's Auxiliary
presidents.
Soviet Delegates To
Youth Assembly At
UN. Support Arabs
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.
The Soviet delegation to the
United Nations Youth Assembly
today expressed its "solidarity"
and "ardent support" of the youth
of the Arab states in their strug-
gle against Israel. The pledge was
Contained in a statement released
by the 15-member delegation at a
press conference here. The World
Youth Assembly which will be at-
tended by 623 youth from 109
member states, opens oficially on
Thursday.
Some observers here viewed the
Soviet delegation's statement on
the Middle East as relatively mikl
compared to its slashing attacks
on the United States and the Indo-
China war. The statement said:
"For three years now the world
is being kept in suspense in the
Middle East crisis. Its settlement
has also become an urgent task
for the safeguarding of interna-
tional peace and security. There
is a formulation for the settle-
ment of this crisis. It is the re-
solution of the United Nations
Security Council of Nov. 22, 1967.
Condemning Israel's refusal to
comply with this resolution, the
Soviet young people express their
full solidarity with the ardent
support to the young people of the
Arab states who are in the front
line of the struggle against Is-
raeli aggression."
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Club will hold a summer meeting
and social gel-together at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. July 22 in the Wash-
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ted free; there is a small charge
for guests.
Shevin Launches Campaign
State Sen. Robert Shevin will
officially launch his campaign for
the post of attorney general of the
state at an "open house" to be
held 'Wednesday from 4 9:30 p.m.
at 246 NW LeJeune Rd., the new
headquarters for his statewide
campaign. Names of his men's and
women's division campaign man-
agers for the county will be an-
nounced, and his state campaign
staff is expected to be present.
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Michael D. Bod tie and Claude
Dorsey have joined Martin Fred
Gfeenberg in the formation of a
law firm to be known as Grecn-
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been announced. The attorneys'
offices" are in Suite 1107 of the
Biscayne Bldg., 19 W. Flagler St
Mizrachi Chapter Meets
The Miami Beach Chapter 0t
Mizrachi Women will nieet in
the Washington Fi ileral audito-
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1 p.m. Tuesday, Mrs. Rachel Lau-
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Gail, an eighth grade student hi
West Miami TtWfoi liigh School, fa
a rhember of The Future'Teachers
[of America.S'nai T+rith, Girls and
the Bat Mitzvah Cfuh at 'Or Olom.
Mr. aftdMrs. FVretJman will host
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sen-fees and wjH httd a' r&*Hption
and dinner In Ball's honor'Satur.
day evening.
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Robert Issac, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Francis, 9015 S.W.
56th Ter., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, July 11, at
Temple Or Olom.
Robert, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School,
has played baseball for eight years
on the Khoury League. He won
the Presidential Physical Fitness
Award as a seventh grader.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis will host
the Kiddish on Saturday follow-
ing the services. A reception and
dinner will be held Saturday eve-
ning in honor of the occasion.
Among the guests will be Rob-
ert's maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Adler, and Mr. and
Mrs.Man Tafflinsky.
Among the hfllhorVd (fajgl$ lie Gail's grandY"-enfcs. Mv, and
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Circumcision
By Doctor Or Mohel?
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p-rathcr it makes him 'properly
"Sesfisn^ SehylchaTi^Arwh. tV
I discovered wmle doing tlie re-
Bl!aPch for this story, that our son
Andy, who is now 11, was "pro-
circumcised according to
1ft a
His
,nnd
son
Conservative and Orthodox rc-
quirenionts. Wo were living in
Bothnia, Md.. at the time and
, caUfd' a local rabbi who sug-
gested a Mohel who told us to
arrange for the "brith" on the
ighth day. We did. and it comes
surprise to me that had all
taken place in the hospital
tweri done by a doctor our
would not have begun his
,ji(V a* a "proper" Jew. The cur-
ious trung s that we belong to a
Reform temple now. But when it
comes lo ritual that involves an-
other's life, and which is easy
(enough to do properly, we prefer
to follow traditional standards.
Our ignorance about ritual is
:comrnon among young couples, in
many communities. According to
Cantov \Villinm Lipson of Beth
DiivicH^gregation. 50'/r and pos-
sibly more, of the circumcisions
I performed in Dade County are in-
valid recording to Conservative
and Orthodox practice. Many Jew-
ish parents here are unaware that
even r.inimum religious require-
ments are not being fulfilled. Can-
Jtor Li[*on. who is a Mohel, be-
f'lievrs that he is fighting an un-
' succ s.;i'ul campaign to right the
' wrong practices here.
"The most important ritual of
Judaism is being blighted and
(fraudulently practiced. That ritual
is circumcision."
Ortl..Hloxy requires that circum-
cision he performed on the eighth
day by an Observant Jew who is
technically and ritually qualified
by a Mohel.
Whik a Mohel is strongly rec-
ommenled by the Conservative
movement, a circumcision on the
i Ighith day performed by a Jewish
doctor, who is an observant Jew,
is acceptable.
Rete'TO practice varies. Dr. Her-
bert BaumgaKi of Temple Beth
Am encourages eighth day prac-
tice by a Mohel, but does accept,
the ritual as valid if it is per-
formed before the eighth day by
a JeWtSM' doctor. On the other
hand, Dr. Josoph Narot of Temple
Israel accepts the surgical aspect
of circumcision as proper enough.
Aeecixling to tradition, circumci-
sion does not make a child Jewish,
manual of ritual observance,
makes this clear by declaring that
even an uncircumciscd Jew is a
Jew at birth but that circumcision,
is a symbol on the flesh of the
everlasting covenant that the God
of Israel entered into with Abra-
ham at the dawn of Jewish history.
"And ye shall be circumcised in
'the.flesh of your foreskin; and it
shall be a token of the covenant
betwixt Me and you." Genesis
17:11. Spiritual circumcision,
therefore, links each generation
To perform a circumcision has
always been an honor and the pro-
fession of Mohel was held in great
esteem. But, today the Mohel is
often replaced by a doctor. Moth-
ers leave the hospital and find it
more convenient for the doctor to
perform the surgery before the
baby goes home and families (of-
ten unjustifiably. have more faith
in a doctor's ability.
Cantor Abraham Seif, another
local Mohel. say that he is as Com-
petent as a doctor, if not more so.
because he is "truly a specialist."
After performing hundreds of cir-
Wometco Theatres
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with all before it in the .symbolic cumcisions for 22 years he says,
continuity of identity.
The rite. I cifscovered. goes back
to the primeval Hebrew past when,
like their neighbors,'{he Egyptians
Phoenicians, Canaanites and
Arabs, the Hebrew tribes perfortil-
ed the surgical 0|ieration on their
children. It is stil' practiced among
millions of primitive people like
the Polynesians. Indians of Peru
and of the jungle regions along the
Amazon River and among i"Jegro
trilies in Equatorial Africa. How-
ever, its religious significance to
these people, has never been link-
ed to the caVenant of Israel.
Through the centuries Jew* have
struggled to preserve the ritual.
When Hellinist Jews became vic-
tims of assimilation and ashamed
of their faith they tried to hide
their Jewtshness and underwent
painful operations to try to re-
move the "seal of Abraham" from
their bodies. Loyal Jews, however,
laid more stress on the impor-
tance of the rite and the actual
operation was extended to make
removal of the "seal" impossible.
In 1.15 B.C.E.. Emperor Hadrian
in an effort to exterminate the
Jewish faith made circumcision
punishable by death. The ritual
then became a fight for freedom
and a mark of Jewish loyalty. The
danger of being circumcised was
again experienced duping the
Spanish Inquisition and r.gain dur-
ing Hitlers Third Reich.
For the Jew. the full significance
of the rite comes at the climax of
the ceremony when the chikl is
given his name and the worship-
pers chant or behalf of the in-1
fant "As he has entered into |
the covenant, so may he be per-
mitted to enter into the study of j
I the Torah. under the chuppah and
into the performance of good
| deeds."
And this "briti.." or covenant, is
so important, says the Torah, that
if the eighth day falls on the Sab-
bath or Yom Kippur. it must still
be pirformed. Only in cases of
illness may there be a postpone
ment.
"My techniques are simplified and
where it might take a doctor 15 or
20 minutes to perform the circum-
cision, it takes me exactly five
seconds."
The fact that there is no licens-
ing board for Mohelim here as
there is, for example, in New
York contributes to feelings of un-
certainty. A Milah Board makes it
possible for hospitals to keep lists
of Mohelim certified by the Board
to perform circumcisions under
their auspices. A baby may then
begin his life in the sacred tradi-
tion of his ancestors with no ques-
tion of medical competency facing
his family. The Milah Board then
becomes a community organiza-
tion which has the responsibility of
assuring that those who hold its
certificate are medically and spir-
itually qualified to i>erform the
ritual.
An attempt was made at such a
Board in Miami three years ago
when Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz of
Beth Torah was president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, but the Board was never
established.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David,
newly elected president of the
Association, intends to appoint a
chairman to get the Board going.
But lack of proper education is
the largest cause of the practice
of improper ritual, according to
Rabbi Landau. "There isn't enough
information given to young couples
in the Jewish high schools. Then-
is too much emphasis on textbook
material and as a result young
people do not relate their religious
background to the most personal
and direct rituals of family life."
Both doctors and spiritual lead-
ers are to blame for the problem
says Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of the
Orthodox Jacob C. Cohen Syna-
gogue.
"An overwhelming number of
Jewish doctors are guilty of mis-
information to parents if they lead
them to believe that by whom and
when the operation is done makes
no difference." He also asserts
that "rabbis have become more in-
terested in the larger social issues
and in social action. The pulpit has
become a platform where Madison
Avenue tactics are being used to
improve congregations and the
real, personal issues are being ig-
nored."
However, Dade County's prob-
lems are not unique. Rabbi Irvin"
J. Rosenbaum writes in the Chi-
cago Sentinel.
"Such practices arc reported as
rabbis co-officiating at a circum-
cision prior to the eighth day, or
with a non-Jewish physician even
though their own movement pro-
hibits this. It is reliably reported ]
that on occasion cantors have
volunteered to serve as the 'rabbi'
in such circumstances." According
to him 80 percent of the circum-
cisions iicrformed In the Chicago
area are invalid. He suggests that
'norms and requirements for valid
Circumcision be "widely dissemmat-
<>d so that parents will know when
they arc being disregarded."
The same advice could well ben-
efit families .in Dade.County, for in
the final analysis, it is the parents
who make the choice and they
can only make ah honest choice if
they are aware of the difference
l>etween proper ritual and a "mock
brit."
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Services Held For Mrs. Ruth J. Berger
Services were held Wednesday
tor Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, 62,
a leader in the local Jewish corn-
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged. She was vice
president of the Women's Division
ol the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, American
Jewish Congress, Technion, Wom-
en's American ORT, president of
Seacoast Towers East Women's
Club, the Federation of Women's
Clubs, Brandeis Women and Ha-
dassah. She had served as chair-
man of the Women's Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
Miami and in 1964 was sent by the
United Jewish Appeal to visit its
agencies in France, Italy and Is-
rael.
Two sisters. Ida Johnson of Irv-
ington, N.J., and Mrs. Elizabeth
Sason of New York City, survive.
ENTINE
MRS. RI'TH JOHNSON BERGER
munity since coming to this area
13 years ago from Newark. N.J.
Mrs. Berger. who lived at 5161
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, passed
away Monday, the victim of a
heart ailment.
-V graduate of Mercer Beasley
College. Newark, Mrs. Berger was
head registrar of that institution
until she entered law practice
with her husband, William. She
abiindoncd her law practice after
ins death, and devoted her energy
towards community concerns.
Mrs Berger was a member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's board of directors and the
.Mrs Prances, 77. of 4.101 n Merid-
ian Ave., Miami Beach, passed away
Sunday. She came here from St.
Ijoufs, Mo., 32 years ago. A member
of Parent Body Board of Douglas
Hardens, Creator Miami Auxiliary of
Jewish Home for the Aged, she was
very active in community organiza-
tions Including Hebrew Academv
Women. Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxili-
ary. National Parkinson Foundation.
Henrietta Szold Group of Haddas-
sah. and the Council of Jewish
Women. She is survived by brothers.
Dr. David S.. Julius. Leon, Roy and
Carl Levy, all of Chicago, and sisters
Mrs. Gertrude Morris, Mrs. Tessie
Schubert and Mrs. Bernlce Levin
all of Miami Beach. Services were
held Monday at the Kiverside
Chapel.
^uneral^Aapei
Member:
National Funeral
Directors Assn
Florida Funeral
Directors Assn.
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3253 S.W. 8th Street Phone 444-1614
"We Don't Sell For Less But We Do Sell the Best"
Look for the only two story building in the block.
bituaties
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12257
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MYRTLE McCOT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JESSIE GORDON" McCOY.
Defendant. -Jt
TO: .1KSSIK GORDON McCOY'
Box 127. Route 3
Cordelle. Georgia
You, JESSIE GORDON' McCOY.
are hereby notified that a Hill "f
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, saxford h.
KRAMER, 1150 N'.W. 14th Street,
Miami, Florida 33136 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 14th day of
August, 1970. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of July A.D.
1970.
E. B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: N. A. HF.WETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SANFORD II KRAMER
I ISO N W 14th Street,
Miami. Florida 3,11.111
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 10-17-24-81
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2255
In RE: Estate of
ISA DORK GOI.DBERG
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of ISADORE GOLDBERG, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 73.1.l>',. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of July. A.D. 1970.
ANNA GOi.DBERG,
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the nuh day of July. 1970
SHELDON' X. LELCHI'K
Attorney for Administratrix
19 W. Flagler Street
Suite 204
Miami, Florida 33130
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12275
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS Al.VIN FRABIER,
Plaintiff,
ANTOINETTE RITA FRAZIER,
Defendant
TO: ANTOINETTE RITA PRAZIER
1419 South 29th Street
JAMBS Al.VIN PRAZIER,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You. ANTOINETTE RITA PRAZI-
ER, arc hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against ynu. and you are reQUlr-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint on
Hi.- Plaintiffs attorney, GROVER
CIMKNT \\ EINSTEIN fc STAIBER.
P.A .'!">" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Plorida, 33139 and file the original
Answer or Pleading ill the office of
tie' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
befora the 14th day of August. 1970.
if you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week Tor tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
D< >\h AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 8th day of July A.D.
1970.
i: i: LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida
B) C. I. ALEXANDER
i >, puty i !lerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
GROVER CIMENT WEINSTI'.IN
..- STAUBBR. P.A.
i [ncoln Road
Miami Beach, Plorida 33139
Attorneys for Plaintiff
7 10-17-24-31
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1038-B
In RE: Estate of
MINNIK MYERS
I teceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed U) present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MINNIE MYERS deceased
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
Count} Judges Of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida Statu-
in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
Within six calendar months from the
. time of the first publication hereof,
or (he same will be barred
Piled al Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of April. A.D. 1 T'
ESTE1 l K ORIBETZ
MILTo.V D MITI.EK
As Executor*
First publication of this notice on
, the i"th day of July, 1970
MYBRS, Is AIM AN, !' IRTER
LEVINSON & KKN1N
! Attorneys for Executors
1150 s u Plrsl Street,
Miami. Florida
I __________________________7/10-17-:'4-1l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens.
in business under the fictitious name
of BUNSET LIGHTING, INC 51.....
B \V 73rd St., Miami. Fla. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- Cuntv
Florida.
Dated at Miami this Sth day of
July 1970.
MIGUEL QFETOLES.
President
WALTER MACKOl'L
Attorney for Applicant
1311 City National Bank Bldg.
Miami, Fla. 33130
7/10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-12160
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PARRIK LEE STORES.
Plaintiff,
vs.
NATHAN STOKES,
Defendant.
TO: NATHAN STOKES
Route 2. Box S3
Bmoakes, South Carolina
You. NATHAN STOKES, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed against
you. and you are required to serve ,
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney. POLLACK & BARONE. .
1700 N'.W. 7th Street, Suite 100, Miami. !
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of August. 1970. If you fail
to do so, judgment by default Will be '
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published i
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami. I
Florida, Ihis 7th day of Julv A D 1970
K B LBATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Plorida
By: c c.i "ODMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seah
I ait >ffii :' Pollack A Barone
1700 N.w 7ih Street
Miami Plorida 33128
Attorney(a) for Plaintiff
_____________________________7/10-17-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Caie No. 70-12167
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
FORECLOSURE
FLAGLER MORTGAGE COMPANY,
a Plorida corpora tloi .
Plaintiff,
Vs.
JOAN DBLEVEAUX,
an unremarried Idow,
I lel'eialallt
TO: Joan DBLEVEAUX
hi Welrfield St
Brooklyn, New York
YOU, JOAN DBLEVEAUX
remarried widow, are nerebj notu
that a Complaint for Forei
Mortgage has been filed against > u
on the following described
to-wll:
Lot I:' in Block B of BBMINi >LE
LAWN, according to the Plat
thereof. ,-,s recorded in Plal B
16 ai Page 4 ..f the Public Re
of Dade 'ounty, Plorida;
and you are required to serve -,
of your Answer or Pleading to
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage on
the Plaintiffs attorney, RONALD I.
DAVIS, ESq p A., 417 Blscayne
Building, 19 w Plagk r Street
Florida 33130-Phone 379-2851, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
".....fflce "f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 120
August, 1970 If you fall to do -
Judgment bj default will be I
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage.
Thli Notice shall be published once
each week for four til consecutive
weeks in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDBRED. nl M
Florida, this 7th day of Julv | V
E. B LBATHERMAN, Cli
Circuit Court, Dade County, Plorida
By: C I. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
I (Circuit Court Seal)
I_____ _________ 7 '"-IT-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
; Notice is HEREBY GTVEN that
'i e underaig-ned, desiring to i
business under th- fli i |nua
of ARAGt >N APARTMENTS ai I I
tragon Avenue, C iral Gable* p|
ida intends to register -.
with the Clerk of the Circ.....
of Dade County, Florida.
HARRIS RICH
PROPERTIES IXC.
Harris Qoldbi
President
RICH \ri> GROSS
Attorney for Harris Rli hard
Properties, Ini
ncoln Road,
Miami Beach, Pli
7 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF APPLICATION~
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 70-A-367
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
THEODORA I-AZARUS holder of
County Tax Sale Certificate No. 9ro
Issued the 1st day of June, A.D. | I
has filed same In my office, and h is
made application for a tax deed to |,
issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described pr> ,
erty in the County of Dade. State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Ix>t fi Block s. Lincoln City Bee
H. Plat Book 46 Page 91. Section 17
Township 56 South, Range 4" Bast
containing .17 acres more or lose
in the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
The assessment of said pro;,
under the said certificate was in the
name of: WILLIAM WALKER.
Unless said certificate shall be re
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold ;.',
highest bidder for cash at the Court
house door on the first Monday 1.,
the month of August. l!>7ii. which is
the 3rd day of August. 1970.
Dated this 29th day of June. 170
K.R. LBATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By P. F GULDSTRAND, D C
Circuit Court Seal
7 :;-'."-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' inn
the undersigned, desiring to engagn
in business under the fictitious a.
Of LENNYS INCOME TAX S]
vice at 7*41 w. Venetian St., Mira
mar. Florida 33023 Intends to re*
said name with the clerk of the C
CUll Court of Dade County. Plorida
LEONARD F. AMIO 1
KELLY & biuhiks
11 A Icaaar Avenue
Coral Oables, Florida 33134
Attorneys for
LEONARD P. AMZCO
7/8-10-17-34'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-2116
John R. Blanton
In RE: Estate of
ALBERT PEARL
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ah
Having Claims or Demand.- Ag
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified end re
quired to present an} claims
mauds which you may have li-
the esiaie of ALBERT PEARL
ceased late of Dade County, Flort
to the County Judges of I ?-.!.- Coui
and file same in duplicate and
provided in Section 733.18, Plot
Bt ttutea, in their offices in U Obu
ty Courthouse in Dade Coui tj !'
Ida, within six calendar months
the time of the flrat publication
of, i ir the sain.- u ill be ban ed
Haied at Miami. Plorida, this ZStn
day of June. A 11 19711
ANNA LEVEN8" >N
As Administratrix
First publication of this i e oi.
the 10th day of Julv, 1970.
ROBERT II NEWMAN, ESQ
Attorney for the estate of
M BERT PEARL
- 5 Hade Federal Build!
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
7 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
He undersigned, desiring .....ni; in
business under the fictitious name
I' 1 ri !,,V '': SUI"-"i *Bi and
HI.MI.AB at 3950 Bouth Dixie High-
way Suite 107, Miami. Florida In-
'.',".", ', V^'T aM "'" with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
David Kent
JOHN AI.TERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
414 Dupont Plaaa Center
Miami. Florida 33131 '
7/10-17-14-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O- TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClPCs-'T
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-1C085
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BREXD \ WHITEMAN,
titlff.
v~
MELDIN WHITEMAN,
; f< ndant,
T( Ml.l DIN \\ HITEMAN
Kesidi nee unknou n
V< 11 ME1 DIN WHIT
I fled that a Bil
plaint for Divorce has 1.. ,
I ) oil. and you a- .....
serve 1 copy of your Answer "
ing to the Bill of Compl
the plaintiff's attorney, MATTHJ
GISSEN, ESQ1 IRE, I2fi S E, >
Strei Mil ml Plorida and file
original Ant wi r or Pleading in
li 1 if thi Clerk of the Circuit .
oil or before the 14th day \:
'"7 If you fall to do so,
default ill be taken again--, rod f
the relief demanded In the B
1 'omnli
Tin.- notlci shall be pul I '.
u I tveek for four onsei uth
In THE JEV isil Fl ORI1
DONB AND oRDKREl> al
Flo. id.,, this 6th day of Julv
1970.
E B LBATHBRM \N. C
Circuit Court, Dade 1 v,,.
Bj N A HBWETT
I i.-iiui v Clerk
M \TTIIK\v GISSEN, BSQU1 I
;.'. S E Second SI n el
Miami. Plorida 33131
9-0751
Attorney for Plaintiff
_________7. I -'--..' 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COl RT,
IN AND FOR DADE COL STY,
FLORIDA
No 70-1?11
NOTICE OF SUIT
DBLORES ANN PARKS
CHARD HENRY i'AKK.-. ..
Inn
T( I LI'HA 1:1. hen':v !
Sea view A \ ,-nue
Ocean 1 o o\,- \-. 1 ...-
TOU ARE Notified that 0
li for Divorce has bei
1 o|| -( .,,1 ypy .,,-, ,
.....' your an.-w r | .-
ing to thi Complaint on th l"ui.!.
attorneyt Hoi 1 ANDER 6i PBSTt
City National Bank llui! I 1 I
West Flagler St., Miami, Fa-na .
and file the original answer or plea*l
the office of the Clerk of
al.ox,. Court on or before A*UJ M 1
1970, if you fail to do s 1, ju Igme
by default will be taken ag.uiis' > .J
for the relief demanded in the Com
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED- this. .7in-
lay Of July. 197Q,
E B I.KATHF.RMAN' Clerk
By: N. A HBWETT
Deputy Clerk
r 7/10-17-24-31
I
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jay.
July 10. 1970
LEGAL NOtlCI
+Jmtsli nnrlriirmn
Page 11-B
-THUNDER FICTITIOUS
r ...at
"' '' -,,i desiring "> enag
...,4. tsUi". .i.V.i,I...,u .cine
lTt
il-,- fictitious name
MIAMI at 7I0
in**' OF MIAMI al l"'
HOPI---A ';,'',,. -|jaml| Fu,rl(|a
Court ol
\ M I
.; VValtr W. Bailey
uileyd/b/a
Road
I m*
7/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTKI
m'TICE OF APPLICATION
N" FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722-Act. of 1941
File No. 70 A 369
nun; IS HBREESf ,0r[*$l
holder
that
of
^l^Sa^e-Wfteato N.. M
. |, ..f. In my office ""'' 1,"r'
abnilcitlon for a tnx deed to be
Kl thweon. Said Certl Icate em-
,. the following described pro,,-
.,, the County of Dade. State of
tin... to-wlt:
Clrc
. .sai OBOKOB W. BROWN &
.lias said oerUflcata shall be re-
n.d accordlittj to law. the prop-
described herein will be sold to
, gHesI bidder for cash at the
... .,. door on 'he first Monday
i-,. month of Atmust _197u, which
,i., v of August, 1970.
.1 ihi-. 20th 'lay of June. 1970.
V. R I,KXTIIKRMAN,
Clerk ..f Clroull Court.
i, ,,i, i mi : v. Florida.
.........DgTRAND, D.C.
' I I .111 Sell
7 3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTIN
No. 70 11033
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
QHARON I.KA PARRELL
Plaintiff,
vs.
THEROX C. FARRKLL. Ill
Defendant.
To: MIL THEItON C. FARREI.L. III
c/o Francis Karris
3(01 H Parkwood Drive
< Ircriisborough, North Carolina
You, THEHON C FARRKLL.III.
are hereby notified thai a Kill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
again*! you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
I'lainllffs attorney. MICHAKI. S.
OROSSMAN. 4L" Unroln Road, BuiU
n.l, Miami Reach, Florida 81130 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
day of July. 1*7". If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Kilt of Complaint.
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in T1IK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day of June A.D.
1970.
Kit. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: DONALD TAUTENHAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HEESKOWITZ AND OROSSMAN
4?rt Lincoln Road, Suite 603
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attomev(s) for Plaintiff
1/26, 7/3-10-17
LEGAL NOVICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11*80
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARIAZEI.I. H. RKKMl'DEZ,
plaintiff,
vs. '" "
JORGE BBRMTTDBZ,
1 tefendant.
TO! JOROK BERMUDEZ
Defendant
i- South 2nd Street
Elisabeth, New Jersey
You. JOROK BERMUDEZ, are here-
by notified that a Ilili of Complaint
for DlVOTCe has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve n
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the BID of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. HAROIJ) CEASE,
ESQ., 2720 West Klagler Street,
Miami, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 7th day of August.
1970. If you fail to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIIMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2'Jth day of June A I).
1970.
10. 11. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPKi.ANl)
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HAROLD CEASE, B8Q.
272" West Klagler Street
Miami. Florid:, S818G
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 '3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENYrf JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 70-11716
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARIA AN'TdM \ I.i IPEZ,
I'lainliff.
RAUfUNDO LOPEZ. '"'
Defendant.
TO: RAIMI'NDO LOPEZ
1509 IV. 304th Street
Torrance, Californla
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
ii Complain! for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are here-
by required to serve a copy ol your
answer or other pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
LKSTER ROGERS, whose address is
1454 NU. 17th Avenue. Miami Flo-
rida 88135, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled Court,
on or before the 7th day of August,
197ti or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATF.l) this 29th day of June,
197U.
K I!. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
7/3-10-17-24
--= COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
|N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
F _GRIOA IN PROBATE
N.i 70.7383
CRANK B. OOWLING
le of
. 1 I..MANS. IN'
. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i ,v redltors and Ail Persons Hav-
di Demands Against Bald
. nereby notified and reiiuir-
... nt anj claims and demands
ou maj have against the
,. ,,i RUTH KAI.MANSON de-
alt of D ol.- County, Florida,
I), mint} Judges of Dade coun-
file the same In duplicate
;,- provided in Section 783 16,
Statutes, In their offices in
i i 'out u i iii Dade Coun-
i fd v ihl i six calendar
in from th time nt the first
hen of, o!- the same u ill
Florida, this 25th
, i lum v I 197*1
PHYL1 IS K I EPFLEJR
As i Ixei utrix
r--1 publication ol this notice on
8rd .Li\ of July, ''.'70
Xl.TT Rl ITH
rni for K\. utrix
I. in Road,
. ach, l-'lon i.i
7 :l-in-n-24
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JIEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
|IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 70-11652
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KNPRATT,
jntlff.
IS YKTK.VA Wl'ISNER PRATT,
Mendant,
ARTIS VETEV'A
WEI8NBR PRATT
Resilience Unknown
fou, ARTIS YETKVA WEISNER
KTT. are hereby notified that a
nplaint for Divorce has been filed
jnst you, and "yoU are required
erve a copy of your Answer or
ading to the Complaint for Di-
on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
/IN O. CHRISTIE 2* West
ller Street. Miami, Florida, and
the original Answer or Plead-
ins i" the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 7th
day of August, 11170. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will
b4t tal n against you for the relief
dasriai.ii.il in the Complaint for Di-
Wii.x notice shall he published once
week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH ll.ORIDlAN.
KINK AND ORDERED at Miami.
it>. County. Florida, this 2th day
June, 1970.
E 1!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
'Circuit Court. Dade County. Fla.
By: C I.....PEI-AND
Deputy Clerk
/IN G. CHRISTIE
Bmey for Plaintiff,
feat Flagler Street
Hani i, Florida
7/3-10-17-24
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NOTICE OF PROBATE
No. 70-1211
Dowling
in in:: Estate of
JACI IB OORK1N
I leci asiil.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAID DECE-
DENT,
You are hereby notified that r
written Instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament of said
de.....lent has been admitted to pro-
bate i" said Court Vmi are hereby
commanded within si.\ calendar
months from the date of tin flrsl
publication of this notice to appear
in said Court and show cause, if any
you can. why the action of said Court
"in admitting Bald will t" probate
should not stand unrevoked
First publication of this notice on
the 26th day of June, 1970.
FRANK B. I" IWUXG
County Judge
By: MKI BA C. DICK
fieri;
RICH M:n & 0R< 'S3
JERRY A. GROSS
Bos i Incoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida S"l"0
At lorney
r,-2C 7 ?.-1 rt-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
iii business under the fictitious nami
of I.VNNS FASHIONS at 1454 N.W.
17th Avenii'8 -Miami. Florida. 3:i12." in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM F. PARKER
1454 N W. lTili Avenue
Miami. Florida 33125
ARTHUR \v. KARLICK
Attorney for Applicant
8 19-26 T 3-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desliing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PBRIODICO 8IBMPRE- at 708 Con-
gress Building, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name uilh the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Armando Rui :;:: :::: .
.|..se Oamallo 33 :'.::'.
Raul It. Ollva 33 :i:i'.
8 26 7 3-10-17
are hare-
Complaint
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No.70-11177
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDWARD F. SMITH,
Plaintiff,
DOROTHY SMITH.
1 >ef endant.
Tt>: Dorothy Smith
1321 Richmond Ilwy.
Richmond, Virginia
You. DOROTHY SMITH.
by notified that a Hill of
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
oppy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ROBERT H HFRNS, ESQ.,
J5o Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27th day of
July, lt0. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of June A.D.
1970,
KB. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Ciriult Court, Dade County. Florida
By: C P. coi'Ki.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURNS, KSQCIKK
856 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff ..,, ,.
6/2. 7'3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 70-11188
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I JUDITH JO-ANN CONTE,
Plaintiff,
Francis JOSEPH CONTE,
Defendant.
TO: FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTE
1065 Prosperity Drive
Salt Lake City,
Utah 84116
You FRANCIS JOSEPH CONTE.
are hereby notified that a Bill Complaint for Divorce has be. n filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the" Bill ol Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN. .".7::7 B.W. 8th Street.
Suite H>9. Miami, Florida 33134 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Uourt on or before the 27lh day
of July. 1970. If you Call to do an,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of June A D.
1970.
KB. LEATHERMAN
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: OP. COPKLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARVIN Ross FRIEDMAN
37.17 S.W.Mh Street.
Suite 109
Miami, Florida M1M .......
I 36, 7 :l-l-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11791
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN L. CROMARTIB.
Plaintiff.
ERMAPAUL CROMARTIB.
Helen.lain.
TO: ERMA PAUL CROMARTIE
co lirnnt s Town Post Office
Nassau. Bahamas
You. KIIMA PAUL CROMARTIE,
are hereby notified that an Action
for Divorce has been hied against
you, and you are required to serve
a copj of your Answer or Pleading
to the Action on the Plaintiffs attor-
ney, SOL ALEXANDER III W. Flag-
ler Street, Miami. Florida Phone:
}77-043*i and file the original Ans-
wer or Pleading in the office of ths
fieri, of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 3rd day of August, 1970. If
you fail t" do so, judgment by de-
fault ui'.i be taiv ii against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
Thi.- notice shall be published ......
eaeli week for four oonsecutivi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 80th day of June A.D.
197".
B.B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Count). Floridn
By: C. in IDMAN
Dl puty Clerk
(Circuit Couri Seal)
7 3-10-17-34
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIV'BN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
| in business under the fictitious name
| of RAM lEL at 605 l.im oln Road,
.Miami Beach, Florida (Dade County)!
intends to register said name with
lite Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
I lade County, Florida.
DEL BANCHO ENTERPRISES,
INC
Bj Jeromt Rader, President
RICH MtD .v aR08S
611.1 l.in...;n Road,
Attorney for
DEL RAM Hi i ENTERPRISES
INC.
Miami Beach, Plorlda
7 ::-m-i7-ji
NOTICE OF ACTJON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, I
CIVIL ACTION f
No. 69-19945
SUIT FOR DIVORCE I
ELIZABETH EI8EN,
Plaintiff,
vs. ,'
RTCYARD bdsen,
11.-t'eliihtnl.
To: RICHARD RISEN
11623 i-k"i'ii Drive
Silver Spring,
Maryland 20004
Y..U. RH'IIARD EISEN. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Comolaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. A. JAY CRISTOL of ClUS-
TOU ROSE ALDRICH. 21 North-
east First Ave., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 31st day of
July. 197ii. If you fail to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken ugainst
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIiORIDIA.V
DONE AND OKD13RKB lit Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of June A.D
197".
K I!. LKATH KRM A X. < 'lerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C, I loodman
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A JAY CRISTOL
CRISTOL. ROSE ft ALDRICH
Jl Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida 38131
Attorn, c for Plaintiff
7 3-10-17-84
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74880-A
IN RE: Estate of
ALBERT A. DORN
lie, nsed,
M (TICK >F INTENT!! >N Tl l MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARUK
NOTICE i~ hereb) given that we
havi filed ii Final R.....rl n id P< -
lltlon for Distribution and Final Dis-
churgi nf E> ecutors of II -' te of
ALBERT A. I" >RN dei i ased: and
that on iiie 17 day of August, 197".
will apply to ilu Honornl le < 'ounty
ludu.s of Dade County, Florida, for
ipproval of said Final Renorl and for
distribution and final discharge as
Executors of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 20 day of
June. 1070.
THE Ml VMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAI BANK
Bj s.\ \l'i IRD R PIERCE
Trust Offli .i
ANNA \l 1" IRN
BP KRBKR. Rl IStvfN AND
HEII.BRONNER, P v
At tnrneys
pi" Nu Biscnyne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
7 10 '" I
I
I
I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF. COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 70-11202
LD SCHLEt
ntiff,
vs.
V. JAY SCI I LEY
endant.
. DONA JAY SCHLET, resi-
tsn North Hutchlnson Street,
elphia. Peon., HUH are required
i your answer to the Complaint
ivoree with the clerk of the
i>>urt and serve a copy there-
in HERMAN COHEN. ESQ..
ey for plamtlff. 1310-11 Con-
Rldg .Miami Florida. 33132 on
e July rrth. 1970. Or else
.int will be taken as confessed,
id: June 22nd, 1970.
B.B. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C.P.COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
/26, 7/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious mime
,.f woill. STUDIO APARTMENTS
at 6Ki;r, Hav Drive. Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
MORRI8 STEIN and
PALM. DINATAI.E
inn% Owners
RICHARD & CROSS
BOB Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney(s) for Morris Stein
and Paiil Dinatale
By JERRY A OKOSS
that
been
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engiige
in business under the fictitious name
of WALL BUILDING at number 1900
S.W. 3 Avenue, in the City of Miami.
Florida. Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of June 1970.
HERBERT WALL
HERBERT WALL. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
1900 S'W. 3rd Ave.
Miami. Fla. 33129 6/26 7/s.10.,T
NOTICE OF ACTiON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION No 70-11401
SUIT FOrt DIVORCE
EUGENE YATKS
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAPLE YATES
Defendant.
TO: MAPLE YATKS
Route No.l
Finleyson. Georgia
You, MAPLE YATKS. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce nas been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. EU'iENB LBMLICH, 8780
W. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida S313G
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
day of July. 1970. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floridn, this 24th day of June AD.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Fl.rnln
By: MAJUlUKRlTK KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
EUC.ENK IJ5MLICH
2720 W. Flagler St.
Miami. Fl. 331SR
Attorney for Plaintiff ..,.,
6/26 7/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 8684
AMENDED
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
J( S3EPHINE VINCENT.
Plaintiff,
RICHARD VINCENT.
Defendant.
TO: Kit HARD VINCENT
7:jst; Sountlan Avenue
Los Angeles, California
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
a Complaint for Divorce has
filed against you, and >"U are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the '
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney i
LBSTKR ROGERS, whose address is
14.-.I N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Flo-
rida 33185, and file the original with I
the Cl.-rk of the above styled Court,
on or before the 7th day of August. ,
1970 or a Default will be enter..1
against you.
DATED this 2!ilh day of June.
1070
K B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj : C. P. COI'KI.AND
Deputy Clerk
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIOIAI CIRCUIT
OF FI-ORIPA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 70-11931
SUIT re" DIVORCE
EVE1 YN" MAQNES
Plaintiff
Vs.
AI FRED MAGNES,
1 defendant
TO:ALFRED MAOVE8
>>7-1 87th Avenue
Jackson Heights, New York
You. ALFRED MAONRS, are here-
by notified that a I'.ill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required in serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Comidai'iit on the llainllff'9
attorney, NKI.AN SWEET. ESQ.. 420
f,Incoln Road. Miami Ren eh. Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in. the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of August. 1070. If you full to do
so.' judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the I'.ill of Comnlaint.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
iveeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of July A.D.
I :.7o.
K P. I RATHRRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade (Vvimtr, Florida
Byt L. BNEEDBN
Deput> Clerk
(1 'Ircult Court S..1I1
N'KI \N SWEET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorn*) for Plaintiff
7 tn-17-21-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts ol 1941
File No. 70 A 370
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN
THEODORA LAZARUS holdet
County Tax Sale Certificate No.
issued' the 1st day of June. AD
that
of
9157
I OIK
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
hn issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Dade. State
or Florida, to-wit:
Lot II Block S, Lincoln Cit> Sec
A. i'lat Book 46 I'age ss. Section
IS. Township :.'". South. Range 4"
East, containing .17 acres more
or less, In the County of Dade.
Slate of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of:JOHN N. THOMPSON.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deem..! according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold ti-
the" highest bidder for cash at the
t ourthouse door on the first Monday in
ihe month of August, 1370, which Is
the Ird day of August. 1H70.
Dated this 20th day of June. 1970
KB. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
liade County. Florida.
ByP.F. C.riJ>STRA.\D. D.C.
Circuit Court Seai 7y3.10.17.24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Arts of 1941
File No. 70 A 368
NOTICE IS HKRFI'.Y GIVEN that
THEODORA LAZARUS holder of
County Ta\ Sale Certificate No. 9110
issued the 1st day of June. A D. 1966.
has filed same In my office, and has
111.ol. application for a tax deed to be
issued thereon Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade. State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 12 Block 77.. Lincoln City Sec
H. Flat Rook !'. Rage HI. Section
17. Township 36 South. Range 40
Cast, containing .17 acres more
or less, in the County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: LUCIOUS EVERETT
PIERCE.
Unless 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 first Monday
in the month of August. 197". which
is the 3rd day of August. 1970.
Dated this 29th day of June. 1970.
KB. l.KATMKKMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida.
Bv P.F OULDSTRAND. D.C.
Circuit Court Seal
7/3-10-17-24



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