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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1971

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Volume 44 Number 27
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday. July 2, 1971
Pr:
Soviet Newsman's Visit 'Unofficial
JERUSALEM UTAi Ac-
cording to reliable sources, the
recent visit made to Israel by
Victor Louis, a Russian journal-
ist known to have canted out
missions for the Soviet authori-
-ties, was primarily for the pur-
Ipose of probing Israels willing-
Tess to remove its relations with
Moscow from the deep free/, in
which they have languished ever
the Six-Day War.
Foreign Ministry wiut still
ally denying reports
'
that Israel and the Soviet Union
had held talks on a possible re-
sumption of diplomatic relations
despite everything, however.
"There have been no such talks
and there are none now," one
Ministry official said.
The JTA learned from reliable
sources, however, that the jour-
nalist's request for an audience
with Premier Golda Meir was
the subject of deliberations by
the Cabinets defense committee
and that it decided to let Mr.
Louis see Mrs. Meir's political
adviser and trusted confidant.
Simcha Dinitz.
There were no details avail-
able regarding the Louis-Dinitz
meeting, but observers believed
the reason direct talks with the
Premier were rejected was be-
caused the ministers feared a
"leak" to the news media which
might be misinterpreted.
The 47-year-old Moscow cor-
respondent for the London Dally
Mail arrived at Lydda Airport
from Helsinki via Cyprus on
June 13. He was carrying a So-
viet service pas-port, the kind
issued only to persons traveling
on official business, and watt met
by Foreign Ministry officials
who whisked him away in a car.
After first denying the whole
affaiK. the Foreign Ministry is-
sued a statement claiming that
Mr. Louis had been granted a
visa to come to Israel for health
reasons, and that he had met
with several acquaintances who
had served at the Israeli Em-
bassy in Moscow before diplo-
matic relations were broken.
The Ministry's statement ad-
mitted the Louis-Dinitz meet-
ing, but insisted that the news-
man had "no official standing
whatsoever, nor did he claim to
have any. Consequently the con-
versations held with him did no:
bear the character of negotia-
tions and the reports alleging
that negotiations between Ux
Israeli and Soviet governments
have taken place or are taking
place are without foundation,"
the statement added.
According to the newspaper
Yediot Achronot. Mr. I.ouis reg-
istered at the Samuel Hotel in
Tel Aviv under his own najne
and made several visits to Jeru-
salem. He reportedly left Israel
on an El Al flight to Budapest
June 18. His visit with Dr. Arirtt
Harel, director of the Ichilov
Hospital in Tel Aviv with whom
Continued on Pay* 9-A
Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, chairman of the Hadassah
Medical Organization, greets Samuel Rothberg, chair-
man of the Hebrew University Board of Governors,
and Mrs. E. L. Setshwaelo, wife of the first secretary
of Botswana Mission to the United Nations, at the 10th
anniversary dinner for Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center at Ein Karem, Jerusalem. Botswana is
one of the Afro-Asian countries receiving medical aid
from Hadassah.
Court Decision Loss
For Jewish Schools
NEW YORK (JTAi The
unanimous U.S. Supreme Court
ruling today ag:iinst -dmost all
forms of government i! aid I
non-public schools poses the
prospect of an annual loss in
such aid to Jewish day schools
totaling at least $30 million in
one area done, according I i
preliminary- and inform,: esti-
mate by i spokesman for a na-
tional agency for such schools.
In the 9 to 0 dceision on cases
from Rhode Island and Penn-
sylvania, initiated and argued
by the American Jewish Con-
gress, the Supreme Court de-
clared that such aid would fos-
ter "an excessive govenunent
entanglement with religion." The
Rhode bland eases involved a
l."< wage supplement to teach-
ers of aoalar subjects in paro-
chial schools, in the Pennsyl-
vania cisc-i, the High Court re-
versed a lower court ruling which
had upheld the constitutionality
of the state's pmrtianTn of If IT
ices formulas.
The High Court also held th it
public aid to private schools
would have "divisive political
potential." a view repeatedly
Continued on Pge 7-A
NJCRAC Holds
Plenary Session
By Special Report
ATLANTA. Ga. -- Both th-
chairman of the National Jew-
ish Community Relat i ins Ad-
\ isory Council and his imm
ate predecessor, i:i iddresses a:
NJCRAC's annual pier try me
ing here, called on the organized
Jewish community not to allow
Its priority concerns" regard-
ing the security <>t Israel and the
fate of Soviet Jews to iso! i
from the social probli -
fronting American society.
Albert E. Arent of Wash
ton, reelected NJCRAC ch ir-
m.m and Jordan C. Band of
Cleveland, a former chairm in,
drew i distinction between
zing "top priorities" in
which each placed issues >f th.
Middle East and Soviet Jewry
and "pre-emptive concerns
which, they said, tend to sepa-
rate Jewish activity from the
mainstreams of American life.
Mr. Arent deplored the fict
that "too many Jews seem pre-
pared to withdraw into an ex-
clusive Jewish particularism."
unity relations, in Its
iti mal terms, he told the 250
r sent itives of NJCRA i
nine national and 90 local o i-
iting in the -
- the r iruitment of
-
'It would be arr
i. "for the Jewish comn
nagine that we c u
;> communicate with
fellow Americans in seeking pub-
ipp irt For Israel
vi.'t Jews while remaining indif-
... nation
lems "
Mr Rand similarly urge I I
the NJCRAC constituents -
more actively involved
problems of urban d- c
crime and drug abuse, povert t
an l ecology*.
A proposed policy statem
on Vietnam produced heavy ie-
bate. The issue has been a divis-
ive one among NJCRAC agen-
cies in past years. A compro-
Continued on Page 1S-A
Youth Teams Visil
NEW YORK Three summer "caravans"
each of which includes three Israeli teacher-enter-
tainers will visit some 300 summer camps, youth,
adult and senior community centers throughout the
United States this summer under the sponsorship of
the Jewish National Fund. The JNF teams of singers
and dancers have been an annual highlight of summer
festivities for the past several years; they will also
appear at several regional conferences and youth
concl.aves this year.
Decision 'Landmark Victory'
NEW YORK The American Jewish Congress
called on every segment of the Jewish community to
join in supporting Jewish education following the
decision of the U.S. Supreme Court holding public
aid to parochial schools unconstitutional. Rabbi Ar-
thur J. Lelyveld. president of the AJCongress. called
the ruling "a landmark victory for religious freedom."
Special counsel Leo Pfeffer, who argued one of the
two cases on which the ruling was based, called the
decision "one of the most important rulings in the
history of American constitutional law."
News Briefs
Nissan Defies Arab Boycott
TEL AVIV (WNS) In a reversal of its pre-
vious position, the Nissan Co.. Japan's second largest
automobile manufacturer, has agreed to sell its cars
in Israel in defiance of the Arab boycott. The change
of policy was attributed to pressure of American
Jews. The com|tany, which manufacturers Datsun
cars, has entered into partnership agreements with
Eisenberg Enterprises and the Histadrut-owned "Noa"
Company.
Zand Will Teach At Bar-Dan
TEL AVIV (JTAt Mikhail Zand arrived here
by plane Thursday night with a group of other Rus-
sian Jews from Vienna. He was accompanied by six
members of his family his wife and two Children.
his mother, his Sister and his sister's daughter The
Russian Jewish Orientalist scholar had undergone
unusual mistreatment even for Soviet Jews seeking
to leave for Israel, including a suspension of his Visa
on the eve of a scheduled departure. Academic groups
in the United States and Europe had appeiled to
Soviet authorities on his behalf and he was again
given exit documents earlier In the week. Speaking
to reporters in zood Hebrew. Dr. Zand. who will be
a lecturer at Bar Han University, said: "Is it true?
This morning I was still in Moscow and now I am
home, and alive."
Council Salutes JNF
GROSSINGER. N.Y. At its recent 45th an-
nual convention here, the National Council for Jew-
ish Education pledged support of the basic JNF land
policy that the land in Israel can never be sold
and must remain the property of the entire Jewish
nation on the Fund's 40th anniversary. The Council
also saluted the JNF for its contributions to Jewish
education
U. S. Diplomats Harassed
WASHINGTON State Department
officials report that American diplomats in Moscow
have received harassing telephone calls and have
been under very close surveillance, probably in re-
taliation for recent Jewish Defense League harass-
ment of Soviet diplomats in Washington and New
York. According to the State Department. Washing-
ton area police forces have now increased their
patrols near the diplomat's homes.
Ill


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Friday. July 2. 1971
Richard Maass Named
Conference Chairman
Richard Maass of White Plains,
N.Y.. chfliniiiin of the American
Jewish Committee's Foreign Af-
fairs Commission, has been elected
to mi v> fl Rabbi HerscMbl Sbhacter
a chainmii i>f the American Jaw-
is Confi rence on Soviet JewrM
The Conferenee h:^s been re*
constituted, for an initial emerg-
ency period of two years, to pro-
vide a focal point through which
all Begun nts of the American Jew-
ish community can maintain "a
continuing, dynamic and activist
pvogram for Soviet Jewry as a
priority concern."
Describing the significance of
the reorganization, Mr. Maass ex-
i lalm vraold cvntinuc to draw on the
ta)ent.= of it< member agencies,
which \r. Itnle all major American
Jewish organizations, it would
now operate on an independent
bud) t ml would enable it to
initi;.t<- and carrj out specific
n. Qonwklo programs and projects.
H- 'added:
"\\V hope to conduct ar: inten-
sive operation here and abroad
On thi domestic side, our aim will
I- massive education. The Amer-
'ill understand the
ol Russian Jewry espec-
s ol our r >centlj in-
i I sensitivity to the trh ings
h groups nin-
ti LooKed t in thU i I
i L'uil
States I the S-. el Union b -
lear.
So' ithoritics bj re-
i ssinj R issian Jews, seek to
stroj n nc nt culture and
traditio United
hand, is d<
the eth-
nic titj i its
o igh the estab] nt of eth-
' '- lies | in many
oi der ways. '
In I ),,.
tinui m to woi k i
with Je\' ish an 1 n in- Few ish
organizations throughout the
world, especially in Latin America
and Western Europe, We believe
this will mark an historic turn in
the cTirJlrnitrrienT Jl jews tfirough-
. out the world to assist, in all
! le^al ways and with firmness and
militancy, their beleaguered
; brothers in the Soviet Union. We
also hope to enlist the help of all
, people who believe that the denial
of equal rights to more than three
. million Jews in the Soviet Union.
' including the right to leave for
other countries where thev could
Scientists' Appeal
To Soviet Revealed ||
Three of the U.S.S.R.s leading
j scientists Including Andrei Sak-
h.-i"\. MNlHT physie'st a'ld head
i of the Soviet Committee lor Ilu-
, man Rights have called on the
! Kremlin to end the persecution of
iJi-ws seeking l<*. :iii'.;r.;i. from
Russia and to "stop violating their
ii,iu to leave the country*"
A ropy of their appeal, written
ns a letter to the Presidium of the
| Supreme Soviet in Moscow and
! dated May 20, 1971, was smuggled
out of the U.S.s.ll. by Hep. Bert-
ram Podell i D-N.Y.I whi) visited
' the Soviet Union In May.
live Bfl Jews, is a denial of basic
human rights that all men of
good will must oppose.*'
Other officers of the AJCon-
ference on Soviet Jewry are vice
chairmen Mrs. Charlotte Jacob-
son, a member of the Executive of
the Jewish Agency, American Sec-
tion; Stanley H. Lowell, vice pres-
ident of the AJCongress; and Rab-
bi Solomon Sharfman past presi-
dent ot the Synagogue Council of
America: Louis J. Fox. chairman
of the Baltimore Commitl on
soviet Jewry who serves .is treas-
urer, and Margy-Ruth Greenbaum,
chairman of the North American
Fewisli Youth Council, serves as
se i.irv.
Representative Podell presented
the document to the "Commission
of Inquiry" into the rights of
Soviet Jews which met last week
at the Carnegie Endowment In-
ternational Center in New York
City.
New Methods Demonstrated
A new method of presenting
some of the action programs spin-
3ored by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nui B'rith will be
lemonstrated at the summer
workshop being held Aug. 27-2!* in
Tampa. Those attending will par-
ticipate directly as they develop
the skil's needed to implement
some of ADL's most important
humnn -el it ions orojects,
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Page 3-A
7-Session Conference
Surveys Human Needs
A scvrn-scssion Conference on
Human Needs and the Community
which began last fall under the
sponsorship of the Young Leader-
ship Cabinet of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been com-
pleted. Recording to Howard J.
Trinz, chairman of the Younu
I.i."'. i-ship Cabinet and a member
Federation's Hoard of Directors.
ami Jewish Federation, and Mrs.
Burton R. Levey, president of the
Federation's Women's Division.
The tirst session featured Rob-
ert Schrayer of Chicago, the chair-
man-eleet of the National Young
Leadership of the United Jewish
Appeal. The meeting was con-
cerned with the young leadership
All aspects of Jewish life in Great- I concept and why young leadership
er Miami, throughout the United n,,''ss'"y in today's Jewish
States and in Israel, were survey- ( eommunit.v.
ed at these meetings, which eon-j Sorving uith M|, Trinz
eluded the third BUceenfu yeat chairman of the Youiw Leader-
..I programming by the Cabinet. shil> Cabinet is Richard
HOWARD J. TRINZ
The Cabinet, in its final meet-!
Ing May 25. discussed the young I
Jewish family in Greater Miami. |
Won D. Fisher, executive director I
of the Jewish Family and Chil- '
dren's Service, and Dr. Milton !
Grossman, Chief of Pediatrics, I
Mount Sinai Hospital, explored the
changing relationships in the l
young Jewish family and the
community.
Prejudice and Anti-Semitism, an]
appraisal of the facets of aliena-
tion in Miami as well as nationally '
and abroad, was the subject of the j
previous session. April 27. A panel
of community relations experts.
Yosef Yanich. executive director of
the American Jewish Congress;
Arthur Teitelbaum. regional direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nal B'rith, and Dr.
Walter Zand, regional director of
the American Jewish Committee.
discussed the realities of the sit -
uation as it affects every Jew.
At the March 3 session. Dr.
Sara Feinstein, Program Associate
[in the National Curriculum Re-
tarch Institute of the American
tsociation tor Jewish Education,
scussed the relationship between
wish education and ethnic iden-
ty. and the relevance of Jewish
location to < nti mporary i
Thi s, ssion h< Id Feb. 23 ft a-
!'.: i bi Stanley A. Rlngler,
tn tor ol B'nai B't 1th Hillel
bundatii n ;ii the i lni\ i i sil y i il
B. J
lant Ra of Temple
idi Calif., th" former
ml Ral l>i of Ti mple I
si in iti r Mi imi. The
b youth on t he
d expl the implica-
i of si udi nt uni est.
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' and the Interrelationship of
the American Jew. Arnii F< iner
the YW-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami led a panel of teenagers who
had jusl returned from a mission
to Israel in a discussion and inter-
change of ideas and philosophies
held by young |>eoplc today.
The Nov. 24 session, considered
the changing scene of the Greater
Miami Jewish community. A panel
of leading citizens discussed the
nature, history and development
of the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity. Morion Silhcrman, treas-
urer of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and chairman of the
Federation's Community Relations
Committee, led a panel discussion;
panelists included Harry B. Smith,
vict- president of the Greater Mi-
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Survey Emphasizes New Dimension
The 1971 Gallup survey of Religion in America has
emphasized a new dimension in church and synagogue
life the alienation of ministers, priests and rabbis from
their mission as spiritual leaders. The latest convention of
Reform rabbis heard a report that growing tensions be-
tween congregations and their rabbis threaten the future
of synagogue life in America.
Although the problem has received considerable at-
tention in Christianity, this would seem to be the first time
the issue has been openly discussed among Jews and
should provide serious thought for those concerned with
Judaism in America. According to the rabbinical leaders
who opened the question, one of the major factors is the
challenge by laymen on interpretation of religious law and
involvement in social and moral problems.
The fact that this is not a new challenge does not
lessen its seriousness at a time when all religions are fac-
ing the problems of inter-marriage, economic recession
and mobile populations which threaten not only the older
urban congregations but even some of the post-war subur-
ban temples and churches with extinction.
Differences Inevitable But...
Abba Eban, the diplomat, Moshe Dayan, the military
man in those two names may be described the internal
crisis which is facing Israel at a time when unity of pur-
pose would seem desirable.
It may be said that each man is playing his role, but
the revelations of inner debates over the Vietnam war in
our country in recent weeks has shown us and the world
how dangerous such division can be the diplomats
always hopeful that negotiations and compromise can
bring peace, the soldiers insisting that peace can be won
only on the battlefield.
This is not the only sharj. division among the leaders,
as Prime Minister Golda Meir recently stated. There have
been a number of strikes, racial incidents and threats by
the religious parties to leave the coalition government
While we must accept the inevitability of differences in
democratic societies such as the U.S. and Israel, they still
remain a painful process until solved. We hope the Is-
raelis will get on with the business of developing peace in
the Middle East and a healthy economy at home with a
minium of internal conflict.
JDC's Humanitarian Programs
In our concentration on the problems of American,
Israel and Soviet Jewry we often overlook the fact that
there are Jews all over the world for whom aid is required
and assistance given. The latest report of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee again brings to our attention that help
is being given in places like Rumania, where 17,000 peo-
ple were aided, as well as in Yugoslavia and other nations.
France, the only country in Europe which today has a
Jewish population higher than at the end of World War
II it rose from 175,000 to 550,000 primarily because of the
immigrants from the former North African colonies also
has been an area of concentration for the JDC. In all. more
than $23 million was spent to help 300.000 Jews in 25 coun-
tries, a continuing record of humanitarian programs for
which we can all be grateful and proud.
WASHINGTON The orgy
of public hypocrisy, touched off
by the New York Times' collec-
tion of stolen Pentagon docu-
ments, is really something that
has to be seen to be believed.
One must begin with the un-
doubted fact, repeatedly deplor-
ed over the years in this space,
that President Johnson took the
country into the Vietnamese
war somewhat obscurely, on a
salami-slicing system. Partly,
this was because the President
himself took each forward step
with extreme reluctance
whereas he is now being men-
- -
daciously represented as actual-
ly planning to go to war before
the 1964 election.
THERE IS another aspect of
the events of the winter, spring
and early summer of 1965 that
is also very important, however.
This as|>ect was a fact known
to every competent reporter at
the time.
II was also a fact easy to as-
certain before The Times' stolen
documents began to be publish-
ed. And it is a fact that puts
much into proportion, if it is
added to the President's above-
not.'il reluctance to in.ike the
COMMENT
The lines are so cleanly drawn
in American life today that we
can easily predict now what
side of the line certain people
will choose on major issues
war, civil rights, economics, di-
vorce, genocide, abortion.
I PI.AY a game with a se-
lected list ol" names, separated
into right and left, and it is
rare that they don't fit into the
pattern on any given question,
i Also predictable is the clean-
cut-thirtyish-female voice on the
talk shows asking: Isn't Klls-
berg Jewish? Wasn't the man
who fingered I.t. Calley Jewish?
And, wasn't Julius Rosenberg
Jewisd? \v,ii. they certainly
have Fewish-sounding names ami
for this type that's treason
enoughi.
THK dkbatf. over the pub-
lication of the Pentagon Papers
illustrates again on the eve of
Independence Day the terrible
ignorance of the American peo-
ple when it comes to their own
history and their own Consti-
n. The fear of freedom
which grips so many today
leaves little doubt in my mind
thit most of the first ten
inn ndmenls to that Constitu-
tion would have a difficult time
being ipproved either by the
Congress or the ].....pie.
I wrote about this several
tha ago, expressing my hope
that in the search for a mean-
ingful education of our young
forge) the old, they're lost
an exciting curriculum cmild
> It around the Hill of
Rights.
Relating those rights to ev-
i ryday life like the publica-
tion of "secret" documents by
the New York Times, govern-
ment eavesdropping analyz-
ing them from thtir historical
background, putting them into
action projects is, in my opinion.
essential if we ari' to remain a
free p>ople.
IN A RF.CENT interview Her-
man Kahn pointed out that a
whole modern generation has
grown up free from the kind of
restraints which constitute the
Wisdom of the past Th,. mter-
viewer observed "This vanish-
ing sense of history i i-1 per-
haps the most alarming a.s|>oct
I ihe mismanagement of edu-
cation."
Having made a statement
with which I can agree, they
ii to sc ipegoat the "young"
tor Ignoring history when, in
fact, it |a their elders who are
poorly educated and ignorant
IT IS NOT just the ix.litics
' di..... us hut the basic
Ideology of the Agnew* the R
Bans, th,> Ybrtys, the Doles and
their followers who express
themselves in letters t the edi-
nd oi the air. That ideol-
"' on a'reading of out
Constitution which doesn't
square with the birth and life
of that great document. Eco-
nomic conservatives, they rep-
resent t me ,|, radical de-
itroyeri of American constitu-
tional government far more than
the young leftists who defy con-
utional re
hard Vietnamese choices until
it was almost too late.
BRIEFLY, the whole U.S.
government was hagridden in
the winter-spring of 1965, and
it continued to be fairly foolish-
ly hagridden thereafter by the
recollection of the mistake made
when Gen. MacArthur went too
far in the Korean war. Violent
Chinese and even Soviet reac-
tions in Vietnam were there-
fore greatly feared.
On this side of the probl. m
the President's chief ad\ is -
in that period were Secretary
of State Dean Rusk and t'i.
wiai man who was then the gov-
ernment's Soviet expert in resi-
dence. Ambassador Llewellyn
Thompson. Secretary of Defers,
Robert McNamara and Me-
George Bundy in the White
House concurred with the ad-
vice given by Rusk and Tin
son. hut these two were the
prime movers,
BOTH OF them pre-..!
strongly for the salami-slicing
approach for "gradualism" as
they called it. For good or ill,
the Rusk-Thompson argum- nt
was that the Chinese and Rus-
sians would feel directly chal-
lenged if the President went to
war in the normal and much
wiser way which is to run
Old Glory up the flagpole, place
the hard facts Ixfore the coun-
try, and call for a major na-
il effort until the end.
k>ing to war bit by hit is un-
doubtedly deceptive to those
who are eager to bo deceived.
Rather remarkably. The Times
has indignantly quoted four
cases in which its own analysts
m ii appai i ly deceived, as
prool positive that President
Johnsoi i- a wicked deceiver.
Continued en Page 11-A
by EDWARD COHEN
actions.
Agnew and Reagan and Yorty
are the successors of those who
wrote the Sedition Act of 1798
to strife political dissent and
are the leaders of those who
would muzzle the press in the
name of that illusory national
security which, like patriotism,
seems to be the last refuge of
I -eoundrel in far too many
instances.
I HAVE NO doubt that this
particular issue will be won by
the press hut, as I have tried
to indicate, it gin's beyond one
fight or one issue. Our concern
must be with developing great-
er familiarity with our hi
"Those who won our Inde-
pendence," wrote JuStiOS 1
deis, 'believed that the great-
est menace to freedom is in
inert people, that public disc IS-
tion is a political duty and that
this should be a fundamental
principle of the American gov-
ernment. They eschewed siler.ee
coerced by law."
BIT EVEN worse than the
silence coerced by law is the
silence that apathy and Ignor-
ance have brought to a nation
which gave so much meaning to
the Biblical injunction. "Pro-
claim liberty throughout the land
to all its inhabitants."
It is easy to condemn those
who would silence the voio I I '
freedom hut th.' blame is I
on those who remain silent
Independence Day i- >
t" thmk about it.


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S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK What's wrong with the New York Times
publishing a scgnient ol (he secret history of the Vietnamese
war'.' From where I sir. nothing. Defense Secretary Laird wants
the Justice Department to find the culprit who leaked it a
pretty leaky leak, incidentally, since it comprises 40 volumes
nl t"\t ami documents, enough of a security gap to fly a big
bomber through. Given the several scores of people who worked
on it during 197 and 1968 at Secretary McNamara's order, a
lot of people must haw known al>out it. The surprise is not that
it leaked finally but that it took so long.
If it was so top secret that President Nixon had no copy of
it and Henry Kissinger didn't know about it. nor the leading
senators and congressmen, then it had no business being top
secret. The history of the war is the possession of the people as
a whole, not a small group who make decisions and then try
to sit on them.
fr ^i it
ONE CAN BEE WHY Nixon and Laird are disturbed. The
narrative of the secret documents, showing what discussions
Ud decisions were really behind the White House and Pentagon
facade at the time, can have a dramatic impact. On the Senate
end-the-war vote, for example, or on the course of the Viet-
namese elections, or even on the American presidential race.
But whom will the FBI arrest? Neil Sheehan. who did the
"investigative reporting" on the story? Will they charge him
with having done the investigating so well that he exposed a
crucial history of the war to the President and his chief foreign
policy adviser who didn't know about it?
IF \ MEMBER <>1-' the Nixon Administration, within reach
of its discipline, has betrayed his trusl or a past member be-
yond his discipline that is between him and his console) i
but t: the issue oi newspaper ethics, the Administration and the
press .'eh has .t- own thing the government's to make deci-
sions, the newspaper's to find out about them especially what
is cretive, to place it in i'~ si Itii g of the campaign of history
e I to lei the people know,
ie what an the 'is > ol history, if they are not to be used?
Tlvre has I"- n considerable talk about the flight of the young
from history. I have myself at various times urged a return to
the study and valuing of history. But if history is going tc be
hidden from scrutiny by all but a few, it is hard to urge the
young or the old to value it. Or is it only the safe and
COnvient history thai is worth studying, and not the account of
(as Von P..mke put it. classically) "Wie es eigentlich gewesen
ist" how it actually happened"
it
AS I WRITK. THE account is still in progress, and I shall
be coming back to it. Meanwhile a few conclusions stand out
clearty enough. All of them are less about the war itself, whose
outlines are made sharper by what we are learning, than about
what happens when political movers ami shaken get caught in
a web of their own making.
First, about presidential advisers. Five Presidents wen' in-
voked, and each played his fateful role in extending or sustain-
ing the war. But of their advisers the two groups who were
skeptical of the process of slow but steads' entanglement were
the Joint Chiefs and the Intelligence services, especially under
President Johnson. Each, from its own angle, thought that the
Johnson policies would not succeed in Stopping the Communist
momentum and pressuring Hanoi into peace on American terms,
Tlii' moral may be that those professionals who must assess the
actual crunch of military power are often less deluded than
those imostly civilians) who play with power dangerously.
ft ft ft
SECOND, ABOUT HYPOCRISY. Some months before Ton-
kin, and even Ijeforo his election, President Johnson had pretty
much decided on enlarging the war through bombing the North.
He didn't tell the people in his campaign, nor Congress.
Third, about manipulation. Much of the documentary record is
concerned with how to deal with homefront opinion, America's
allies and the Saigon governments. Every w-ar involves manipu-
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BIJT TIIKRK is A grim thought in this case: If the manipula-
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tors) would never, in des|>air. have ordered this history.
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They were their own victims, sweating all day in conferences,
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Friday. July 2, 1971
Federation Approves Agency Allocations
Acting upon the recommendation from its 1971 Budget Com-
mittee, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Board of Direc-
-*ors has approved the largest amount of agency allocations in
its 33 year history, according to Milton Weiss, Federation
president.
The Board approved local and national agency allocations
in the amount of $1,442,540, which includes $469,000 irom the
United Fund of Dade County. The Fund money, which is ear-
marked to meet a portion of the deficit for the Jewish Family &
Children's Service, Jewish Vocational Service. Jewish Home for
the Aged and the YM-YWHA oi Greater Miami, is budgeted by
the Federation. Mr. Weiss noted.
"The money derived from the United Fund campaign for
these four agencies reflects 8 full understanding of the Jewish
community'^ needs by the United Fund, and the Federation has
for many years enjoyed this fine and fruitful relationship as a
partner in the Fund." lie s
The 47 agencies participating as Federation benefici.u i a
rec- :\e their funds from the 1971 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
the key fund--, ffort undertaken by the Jewish
community, by which these agencies help thousands of needy
people in Ml i in out country, ... Israel and throughout the
::d.
Hij in the report of Budeet Committee chairman
w Iter S, Filk was thi community's concern with estab-
-' the Fedi ration's lh< Hi >f Jewish education as
' irst pi ioi itj for 1971.
"In keeping with thi Federation ideal of one community,
itti common concerns and com .is." Mr. Weiss m
Federation has m lertaken ility, both in prin-
ind in lact. of upgi iewish education in Gi
Miami through Incri sed to be utilii d to ex
rtunities in this fii
The new ireas of Fi involvement in the field
ih educal eptance of the Hebrew Ac
and the Hillel Community Da asF onbenefic-
Theai two Insti ul : .-i in the community to
meet the guidelines -' ;hi I by Ft leratktn's Planning
ee on Jewish Education Thi H Academy will receive
illocation of ?-' 00 H G nmunity Dav School
$2,500.
The Federation's expar Ion and involvement in the area of
sh education is the direct result of an intensive two-y ir
study by the Planning Committee on Jewish Education, ch
by a B Wiener. The rei :ions from this committee,
which were approved by the Budget Committee and the Board
: Directors, includ e benefit program for licensed lie-
brew teachers and administr tors and an attempt to upgrade
Ji w sh education by eric uraging teachers to become licenced
and remain in the field of Jew lion, as well as incentive
to teachers in other communities to relocate to Miami.
Other areas are a grant for Israeli pilgrimages and sum-
mer study for teenagei foui scholarships to Jewish student
rs for th-' Brand.. Institute in California and the
esl tblishment ol a fully accredited College of Jewish Studies to
train teachers, principals and administrators.
The Board of Directors also approved full funding for the
Jewish Family & Children's Service's Place North and Place
Fast teenage counseling program the establishment of
Place South in the Fall. The JFCS received S35.000 in additional
money for these programs.
The allocations made by the Budget Committee covering
the tour major fields of si rvice wen:
Leisure Time & Cultural Services .............. $383,200
Family, Individual & Refugee Services ........ S382.588
Health & Community Relations Agencies ....... $201,456
Education and Aged Sep. ices ................ $475,286
Referring to the increased total allocations over last -..
Mr. Falk said. "Our traditional health and welfare agencies are
to deliver service in a
meaningful way. It is b | wjth the r.v
- should be rel n the
rams and services of our conv. : m health and wi
agencies.
"Although we were able to help
ure to move ahead lion of Increas
the fact is that we did no1 m \ h v, enough to support all
their valid aspiration-." h
Mr. Falk paid special tribute to Richard J. Norwich vice
nan of the Budget Committee, for his concern, efforts and
outstanding judgment.
The lour Budget Study Committees met for four nights a
week over a three-month period. Chairmen were David S. Kenin,
WALTER 5. fALK. Chairman,
federation's Budget Committee
MILTON WEISS, President
Greater Miami Jewish federation
'' "'....."' on Health and Community B \. Mrs.
Howard J. Trinz, C on Family, i ind Rel
S< ces; Arnold J. Stei i I' tmmitti on Lefa
Cultui i Sen-ices ind Mo ton Si
t:on ai .- ,-ici s.
1971 ALLOCATIONS
Leisure Time & Cultural Services
idation ................ <.
ith S -. ................ |
th Youth Or) \\ ............
'" Miami Jewish -- ....... ]
: .........................
Israel Youth Affairs Prog ................".".".'.'."." 12
i.........................
N- sh Cull .............. j
^"F J.C bution ...................... i
rith ..........................
- S ty ......................
v;v Institute 1 Jewi : ,rCh ..............
I .......... ,,
YM-YWHA f \.........
600
I
Family, Individual & Refngee Servlc-M
J ""' ..........
Jew Fa lj & Children's Sen.........."
Jewish V ....................
I Counci f Jev neri
J" ind Natui ration S
t Pro im...........
HIAS Service ...............
L'i HIAS S .-ice-S "."
...............

......
......* 28
...... T ,477
o,
2 588
H-alih 4 Communitj Relations Agenoiea
wsh Commi..... ...........
' erican Jewish Congress ................*..'...... 10 500
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai BYith ........ aoooo
Community Chaplaincy Service ....... \ ', s .
nunity Relations Committee .... o',''
h Labor Committee ........ ........
J- w ish w.,r v, terans..............................
Mount Sinai Hospital.....................
National Jewish Community Relations.............
Advisory Council .............. ,
,l::": America ...."....!."..'.".."'.!!
I'io.n A \-. ] Setvk -,
..........
.........
p ............. '
Droj ........ ..............
.........;........................
Technion Joint................. '',''"
Mainti nanci Ap ___
el Communitj Da) School .!.................... '
' ;i Home for the Aged ... ................ "
Jewtoh Education................ "000
>Se Benefits Program ............ ,0fm
Grant for Israeli Pilgrimages and
Summer Studv for Tens
Scholarships Brand,.,- Camptatltuie'.'.'.''.'.'.'.." '?'
S.hoc. o. Jewish Communal Service .............\'\
$475,286
NAPHCC Choosy k
Mianiian Bloom
For High Post I
Sam Bloom, a Miami plumbing,
beating contractor, was ;,ftpd
second \ice president of xa>
tion.il Association of Plumbing.
Heating-Cooling Cont '~{
the association's conv. .. ,,
week in the Shoraton-B
Head of Sam Bloom Plu
Inc. Mr. Bloom has t
in Ihe association for man; yean
and Is retiring as (fir
NAPHCC's sixth riistr. I : idj.
(tonally, he will become
following a year as vice p
A member of the Mas
rs and Scottish Rite. Mi Bl om
is a leader in communitj fi 0f
North Miami. He is on the .- \
review and zoning boards
a past chairman of the p ,ing
contr ictors' i xamining |
Dade County. He lias \-
| of the Fl'>'-j(i;i (
th Society of S .i y
En [in <*ring for over s<
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Under Coach Ellis Domes
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idcy. July 2. 1971
*Jenist>fkrktiar
Voge 9-A
7 Regional Board Members
Appointments Announced
William If. Alpor. the chairman
|of Florida Regional Board of the
Xnti-Defamation League of B'nai
P'rith. has announced the appoint-
Irr.ent of seven new members to
|t.ue Regional Hoard.
"Those newly appointed mom-
en will join with other state
nimunity leaders in guiding the
activities of the League in the
state of Florida," he said.
The new members are Hon.
ifa P. Grossman, newly appoint-
*i judge of the Circuit Court of
5adc County; Hon. Barry S. Rich-
ard. Chief Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral. South Florida Division; Mi-
ll attorney Richard F.sscn an ac-
tivc worker in the Combined Jew-
I ish Appeal campaign of the
[Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
[ Dr. William E. Silver, dentist, and
mi mbcr of the Board of Trustees.
Temple Beth Am; Miami attorney
Steven R. Berger, vice chairman,
Political Research Committee,
Dade County Republican Execu-
tive Committee; Miami Beach at-
torney Robert D. Slewett. and Dr.
Alex Kobb, dentist and member
I of the Younc Leadership of the
Hollywood Jewish Federation.
The Anii-Dcfamation League of
B'nai B'rith is a leadership group
representing the nation's oldest
and largest human relations oiga-
n'/ations.
Professor Dostrovsky New
IVP of Weizmann Institute
Professor Israel Dostrovsky, of
| the Department of Isotope Re-
: search at the Weizmann Institute
i ol Science, has been elected vice
president of the Institute.
Professor Dostrovsky has been
ii member of the Weizmann Insti-
tute since 1948 and has also served
on major national scientific proj-
ects. He served as director general
of the Israel Atomic Energy Com-
mission from 1965 to May. 1971.
Soviet Newsman's
Visit 'Unofficial9
'Swinging Fourth'' Set
Single Parents of Miami Beach
will haw a swinging Fourth of
July weekend at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. This special weekend
will include two breakfasts, two
dinners and singles cocktail par-
ties. Check in anytime Saturday,
npd leave late Mondav,
1
uss Is Honored At
Miami Beach Park's
Opening Festivities
Alt xander Muss head of Al- I
cxandor Muss & Sons, owners and
c \. lor* rs ol Seacost Towers, a
Bve-bui'ding high-rlsi develi m
: Collins Avenue, which is Mi-
di's largest apartment complex,
as honored this week at thi 10
m. formal opening ceren*.....-
Alexander Muss Park, located
: Chase Avenue and 44th Street,
iaml Beach.
Immediately after the ceremon-
is, aboul .'500 youngsters
by the City to the |
ere treated to all the ice cream
ley could eat. in addition to M
iss, who is flying in from New
'ork especially for the opening,
o other top corporate officials
Steve Muss and Charles Rosen-
erg were on hand, as wi II as
arious officials from the City ot |
-liami Beach.
Dr. Alexander Gross, principal
the Miami Beach Hebrew Acad-
sny, and Rev. Jonathon B. Cof-
fee, Rector of the All-Souls Epis-
copal Church of Miami Beach,
Rlso attended the dedication.
Alexander Muss & Sons donated
f50.000 to the City of Miami Beach
i veral months apo for rievelop-
ncnt of the park. Miami Rach
i~ filling the playground with
liand new play equipment.
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ncv. Or I00 Ptr month KHChtrt-
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Continued From Pae I-A
lie became ;ie.|ii.i:nt.il during
the la tier's Iti.MMil tour >>l duty
as Isiael's Ambassador to Mos-
cow, lent an clement of truth to
the Claim that he had visited
Israel for heult'i reasons.
An article in the current issue
of Time magazine, claims, how-
ever that a formal meeting be-
tween officials of the two na-
tions will soon take place for
the purpose of reestablishing
diplomatic relations. '"Die Soviet
overtures toward Israel appear
to be part of a pattern." it says.
"Stung that the United States
has maneuvered itself into the
position of indispensable middle
man in the peace negotiations.
MOSCOW is anxious to demon-
strate that without its parti-
pation and blessing, any mov .
toward an Arab-Israeli settle-
ment are futilie."
A State Department spokes-
man declared that the proposal
on an interim solution refern u
to by Washington Post colum-
nist Joseph Kraft Sunday V B
Mr. Bergus' own personal sug-
gestion, and had no official I S.
government status. iThe mi
reportedly called for an Israeli
withdrawal from approximately.
half the Sinai Peninsula, nr
Egyptian crossing of the Suez
Canal and the placement of a
United Nations force as a buffer
between the opposing sides. 1
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*Jtfm 1st fltridHiam
Friday- July 2, I971
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
What You ARE Counts
excitement, as he assumed '
By RABBI MORRIS A. SHOP
Temple Shalom, Pnnipano Baaek
hi this vvitks MDBcal Sidrah
and K 11 corah readings, recorded in
the Books ol Numbers and Judges
we learn som;
meaningful les-
sons 1 r .iu:' own
timi b.
During the
tn k ,>f the He-
brews though
tho wilderness,
Moses had his
hands full in
placating h i s
restless follovv-
Tlier<
ger, thirst, re-; Sin is
1 J pthah vowed thai urxtn his
return and victory, he would oi-
fer the fii-st thins he saw upon his
return .'--! 1 Ri M { tttltude 1
1 Vlmighty. H:- probably th
offering' 1 rtiicken or bullock 0
whatever animal came to meet him
upon his i- turn bul alas
his only child, a daughter, c im
forth 10 greel him.
Vows were seriously kept in
those days, and Jepthah had to
keep his. His daughter a No under-
stood this Despite Jepthah's lowly
origin, he kept his vow.
Question
Box
l!> RABBI SAMTEL .1. POX
What i- the lia-is lor answer-
Ing "Amen" attar hearing the
benediction pronounced?
The story of Jepthah teaches
. was hun-; >'eep lesson. A person's lowly ori-
Rabbi Skop gee, thirst, re-: ^'" is not as important as what
bellion, and con- one becomes on his
criticism of his leader-1 may often claim no
bic. names in their heredity and
family tree; descendancy from tti.-
OAR or one ol the travelers on
the Mayflower, or even lowly an-
cestry as was JepttUftVf Die
important test of character is
what one becomes on his own.
constant
ship. In addition there were ruth-
less enemies ... the Kdomitcs anc
end Amorites who refused to
permit the Israelites to reach their
Promised Land.
In later years, during the time
of the Judges, the cruel Amorites
oppressed the Hebrews for some
101 cam as nil ... .,
Li ., thormorc. it creates a com
Ills OWn. People .. ,
, ,., 1 o! unilersi.iiK in<' Ix-twiy-n t
Kible origin ,, .. .. .. .
u. kJ,.......a Aho '"Cites the l>onedictl<
It is not what one
hut
18 years. There were urgent cries .,... I
for another leader who'ould help I LTsh Th* '"''I """":
free the oeoole from rr.tr sf. J. .'P'hah .shoAe(l do,"P frce the people from their suffer-
ing and misery. Only one man wa.--
recognized who had the courage
ing and forgiveness for those who
wronged him. and showed nbmelf
eariy to serve in the cause which
and tenacity to fight for his pco- =Smta 1 '"...' Catts*,,Hftich
pie. But Jepthah was suspicious E^SrSTiSS^x"" U:'mi"1
.., i____j or 'hins rxwond his control in
of those who sought and begged
for his leadership, He had been
ostracized by his brethren for hav-
ing been born illegitmately. He had
been made to suffer disgrace and
the past, k had to suffer th.
panes of "outragi..... fortune" and
suffer th shame inflicti i I
and un clous pe pie But he
It w is used .\ hen the I [1
iwom to keep the Com-
mandments of the Almighty and
to affirm that punishment would
!* Riven for Kieir violation, as
would blessings be given for their
obsen nice.
"Amen" is thus an expression ol
'Kith scccptince and belief. Fur-
thermore, it creates a community:
the one I
ion and
the one who hoars it, U>th of them 1
oxtoling the Almighty for Hisj
benevolence.
Some sources derive the prac-
tice of answering "Amen" from
the Biblical verse which slates
For I will proclaim the name of.
1I1 Almighty, ascribe ye greatness
Unto our God" (Deuteronomy 31':
81. This means that upon hearing
the name ,,f the Almighty being
blessed, one is obligated to express
his agreement.
In a public service the response
Amen" on the pan of the con-1
:< Miion ..s the factor that dem-'
les mat it is a community
- -rviee ind thai the entire con-
n is tied Into one unit of
me wh :- m th the
X: when th can to him
ai 1 begged him I 1 issume 1
ship, be asked, "Did you not hate
me, and drive me out of my fath-
er's hoe je? Whj come unto
me now when you are in

Bui the times needed such n
ruthless warrior. The verj peopli
who embarrassed him and shunned
him and wanted to have nothing
to do with him, realized that no
one else could lead and defend
them during crucial times .
th. v were forced to come to
Jepthah. Realizing the dangers fac-
ing his i>cop!e. Jepthah relented
and agreed to achieve victorv fo
his people. In a rash moment of
omes" that
VA Planning Increase In
Drug Treatment Centers
The Veterans Adminisi
plans a six-fold increase in th
"Amen" with gn ai fervoi
'e-er\ PS to have t|. gatM 0|
Par idise -n for him.
Why is the arm strap of Ti-fil-
lin wound aroond the arm seven
t inii-s'.'
number of Drue Treatment Cen- A numberol re sons ire ol
ters this year. BJ various sources. Some claim
\mtmm. -.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Chukas
Ai 1 the Lord spoke unto Mosea and unto Aa w
- the statute ol the 1 .aw which the Lord hath
lapters MX XXII, \i
MURMURING AT MERIBAH: For 38 years n,. :-,-,
roamed through the wilderness and most of the older
had died. In the first month of the 40th year the new general 1 m
I to Kadesh and Miriam died and was bui i|
torj repeated itself when the people again murmuiid for \\ r
1 i]d M ees and Aaron to speak to the i\K'k from which
enough watei would come to satisfy the thirst of the people In
anger ai th- people's constant rebelliousness. Moat n patiently
struck the rock twice instead, and water came out Because they
had not believed and honored God before the poop!. Moses and
Aaron were told that they would not be permitted to enter th.
Holy land. Thi place was called Meribah recalling a similar
incident many years before,
FINAL MARCH TOWARDS CANAAN: The people wen
now told to prepare for the last stages of the journey. Having
failed to enter Canaan from the south, there was no alternative
but to journey eastwards through the Ijind of Kdom south of the
Dead Sea. Moses sent messengers to the King of Edoni. requestini:
permission to cross his territory and off-ring to pay lor any
water the people and cattle might drink. Not only d.d the king
refuse, hut he barred the way wilh an armed lorcv, and the
Israelites were com|)elied to take the roundabout route by ttie
southern borders of Kdom. When they reached Mt Hor. a peak
in the range ol Mt. Selr, Aaron died and was buried there, and
Moses installed Eleaaar as the next High Priest.
CONQUEST OF FAST JORDAN: Sihon. king of the Amor-
Ites, refused to allow the Israelites to pass through his land an I
led his army against them, but the battle ended with the utter
defeat of the Amorltc ruler and his territory was captured
Turning northwards towards the fertile lands 1 and
Bashan, the Israelites overcame the resistance ol Og kii
in, al the battli of Edre and took possess 1 coun-
try which s 5 Mt. Hcrmon in the n
on ih east ; Jordan had b en conqi 1 I
:
Ji !'. 1
"VA planning," said Donald E.
Johnson. Administrator of Vet-
erans Affairs, "provides for the
opening of 27 more centers by
Octolx-r, 1971. Added to the five
now in operation, these centers
will provide capacity for the an-
ttiat they represent the seven marl
til benedictions chanted under the
canopy. Putting on the Telillin
would thus shew a feeling of love
for ihe Almighty.
Others claim that the sever.
windings refei to the seven angles
f protection and righteousness.
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
9 TAMUZ 7:57
nual care of an estimated 6,000 rn hi ,
Veteran-addicts" s ns< xh Tof,,lm rePr*-
sen a a source of protection and
BBBBn A l.Hn ui:.L u-. u aiii ,'"""'> Indicating that the Al-
>mg-A-Long With Mitch Miller ty sends his protective an-
Miami will have a chance to '
slng-a-long-wlth Mitch" on Sun-
lay Much Miller, who will con-
duet the Miami Philharmonl Pops
Will present a salute to M
'ban community. The program
will feature mezzo-soprano Marta
Pe-/-,M TOitarJsf J.,an Merc 1
gels 1.1 guard man from harm.
Still others claim thai the sever,
windings represi nt the seven maid-
ens who wi re chosen to serve
Qu< en Esther. The windings would,
1 hen. represent the fact that th
i| tin Sv. Knight Cheesi
Bermud i Swe | stakes n ntly.
Th.- pi ..- was is >ven-d iy cruise
aboard the Cunard Lim 's "Fran-
Conia." which included round-the-
clock entertainment on board and, ,
four days in port in Bermuda with ,
the ship serving as hotel "'"' A-~'"'"'"" ol Miami B
is sponsoring the major Mian 1
v.- .eh Independ) m 1 1 lay eel bra-
tion. Jack D. Gordon, Washi]
irwe:u,,lrTef,,,ina<,:An,VD:K-;;onV: 1; ^
matter of service to his Creator. I Frith.
Richard Elected To Board
Scott Richard, who is Federal president has announced
that its public fireworks di-
will take i'lae s renlng,
July 4. The fireworks will be
off from a bargi 111 the oivan off
Eighth Stn t
ntly serving as di
ani attorney general I
Florida has been elect' 1 to th<
Florida Regional Board
rCeliffioue *^c
igfions ^services
HHAHHi
AVt,V .J SHALOM CONGREGA.
ciSta, a5 SV^ 67,h Ave" Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
A5J! E.MEs72*i3 SW 19th Av..
Conoerv.tive. C.ntor Sol P.Kowiti 2
h.- oS' ""Ml. Reform. R,|>bi
rl Baumaard. C.ntor Miehii.
BETH DAVID. MzT SW 3rd Av*
CortMrvativ*. Rabbi Sol L.nd.u 4
JUSB. liar Mi,ZV;,.,: ,,"vi(,
"i "f Mr. ;oi Mrs. Alton p.
BETH EL 500"swl7th Ave. Ortho-
MOdtrn Tr.d.tion.l Rabbi Max
Shap.ro. Cantor Ben D.ck.on %
B"H C-V T:'"P,e>- "38 SW 8th
tlv Rabbi Simon
I Seymour Hinkei 8
ISRAEL iT-mple) OF GREATER
NB1SOI Street. Mm.\
Rabin Jn3.ph R. Narot. 101
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Ccns-rvatiwe. Rabbi Avrom L.
orai n. Cantor Nathan Parnaii. 11
c. 0LPM lTemP|e 8755 SW 16th
Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Gixman. ,3 ;
T,fERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami!
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. -.
n '' > : ; m S.aurilay !> .-i.m.
T,4^hRATH rACOB TemP')- 51 E.
.1 ; Cniervativ. Rabbi Na-
thin Zolondek.
Prtdaj 8:15 ,, m. Saiunlay 9:.10 a.m.
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servat.ve Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. u
HnBRE,VyKAHCADIMV 240 Mnetras
D-. Orthodox. Rabb< Alexander s
Gro... 25
CONG. AN-NELL (Branch ot He-
brew Academy). 7th St. and Merid-
B."n MV?,.,r,h0d0X- Rabbi Abraham
JA*CvilBr.,,S0H*EN~ COMMUNITY
5YNAOG.uf' '"2 Washinoton
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H.
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engcl. 26
Priday 15 ,, m Saturd u ,
':;r M'wvaa J iseph David ;,.
on ol Mr and Mrs Robert ilrrt-n
S1oy.,.LAKE SYN*GOCUE 18161 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb. Jonah F.
Caplan. M #
V mVaS,. tffVSfmSFm GSrEnV-eR MAIUNDAII
Rabb, N.ftill PoruVh St r,hodo HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 126
------, NE lit Ave. 4
MJRfSlDE
MAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave Surfs.de. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
K5tK5LH ,SRAEI-. 115 Elcuid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham S.if. jS
NORTH MIAMI
B1MOo" W Mni.SuEHCON?REG*TION
. Hwy. conservative. MENORAH. (T.T^uT U0 75.H S.
Rabbi Joseph Oorfinkel, Cantor Be
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI MACH
AoV.kAJH 'lRAEl- ** Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever 17
" rIkk- S2AE.L\J7^ **h St Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wain. ,
afT" JACOB. 301 "Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmary.hjT Swir.
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamehea. 1
BET.M RAPHAEL (Temple). 154S
Jaff.rson Av.. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saw) Breeh. 20
! BETH SHOLOM* ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantor David Conviser 21 !
Friday niiia Topic: "W, n,.. 1
People What is our Btrenatti _
ImS a "Ur "'s,i"-v"" irdaj
BLT- TF'LAH 9* Ewclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov.
,KV- _____ 22
BEtTHmY<2?,e.p.h c^aTm CANOREGA.
TION, 843 Meridian Avenue. 22-A
C^2B4AN "E"REJWCO"OREOATION. i
b .. ^'"'"Oton Ave. Orthodox. !
Rabbi Dow Rozcncwaig. 23
E^tN.UES.(Temp,e>- 1701 Washing.[
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving'
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlar. 24
saiuriiiiy | m Bermon topic: "The
lh of July A Clarion Tall Ameri-
t *1 IIB
owilz. Cantor_Nic. F.ldman
NER TAMIO (Temple). Both St. and
I'lT E Wttt*y Conservatr".
Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. M
OH.E.Y HALOM* mt Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man, jjj
SE>PHARD,C JEWISH CENTER. 646
Collins Av*. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiat. 31
CONGREGATIOnYtz CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. jj
NRIH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, 1720 7th Street Cause
way. North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Carl Bender. 32.a
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ADaVH. VESHURUN (Temple). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. Can-
tor Nathaniel Schwb 33
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BETH JORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
*", Conservative. Rabb, Max LiP
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
B'rA,'..RA^HAEl:- 1401 Nw Mr* St.
Cantor ,?* ,Ribbi Ch,rl" Ru"el
Cantor Jack Lerner. M
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Km- the loth consecutive J
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grad. Cantor Abraham Kc .'
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July 4
roar ant*
(m" !',f:'? ;,m- Th'' J,'wish Wo,-ship Hour
H..st: Rabbi Eugene Labovlte, T,-mPl, Ner i
Oh. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
roplc: America is Beautiful"
Host: R..hhi Solomon Schiff, tHractor of
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July 2. 1971
vJewisti thrkUain
This Week In History...
Page 11-A
[Yean Ago This Week: 1931
i hain Weizmann formally
B:< d as Zionist Organization
d nl in proti b| over British
Cbiej opponent Vladimii
i nsk> < 1> ctrified" the Zion-
ingress by declaring: "Let
I ike a last experiment with
Britain ... Let us seek the
t m our leadership ." Rabbi
3flftVr. S. Wise ojHod Woi/.mann
a^fcl'-luKisi for Hiitain, a charge
tlbMl.iHr c ill d "unmo'surod vir-
uMBc' and ";i serious disservice to
the-" T.ist < USi'."
So
18
Green, who left England in
without a dime and became
*4L
sop
miliinn
KKAI.ITY. any senator
iiid his homework and any
cnahly realistic and hard-
kine: reporter could easily
discovered what was ac-
going on in the period
i by The Times quota-
hindsights, ii is highly
whethi r Rusk and
I ave the President
ighl advice, as both now
Probably, too, this ad-
was probably welcome
,i to I'i sident Johnson.
vi ry gn :ii qualities were
s marred by secretlveness
. Kcessive hankering to
the opt Ions open."
r IT is not arguable,
. r, that maximum precau-
to avoid a confrontation
Peking and or Moscow
inything but a legitimate
concern. Secretary
Ii oven fi an d that the So-
net t<> an overly
1 States challenge
to ne such Euro-
blockade of
warned, that if
thi I'niti 'l States
iltlc support from
in allies.
hi of hindsight, it
t. en far l>ot ter, be-
m, to do the
the other way. It would
I tter to make tin'
-like U.S. landing at the
ii t i|i i,I North Vietnam.
I by the military planners
er t" close off all supply
troop rtiovi ment to the
VI \Mt I.I) have got the
lover with rather shortly.
at we know now.
Soviet or Chinese
lion, going beyond the usual
|c indignation, would have
overwhelmingly unlikely.
ii consider the paestle who
hat evi n the Laos Incur-
would probably provoke a
sjese i lilitary response on
th*\ei> e\e ol Peking's "Ping
I'oag"' diplomacy! Then remein-
buVlhat these same people are
the ones wh.i most loudly ac-
cuse 1'n-sid. r.t Johnson of de-
ception primarily because he
followed the highest advice to
'a|| i-vrrj pn caution against a
Me and Soviet response in
Da is Uriah Heap-like hy-
isy, sufficiently stomach-
ing to be so named in plain
sure or coercion. What
ciuirod is persistent,
persuasion ."' ..
es-
is re-
patient
a millionaire sheep-and.cattle mag- Dept. replied: "Discrimination is
i Australia, returned for the a worldwide problem, and is scarce-
-I time in 4t; years to attend! ly likely to be eliminated by pn
i he Dei i >.
Emigrating Soviet Jews stopping
in Riga complained of delays in
\ isa processing and of poor, crowd-1
cd, overpriced accommodations.
JTA's Jewish Daily Bulletin,
initiated Oct. 1, 1921 published
its H.OOOth issue July 6.
10 Years A| This Week: 1901
Yaacov Sharett, son of Moshe
Sharett and first secn-tary of the
Israeli Embassy in Moscow, was
exfiellcd on what he called "a
fake espionage charge." H.? said
be and his wife were "handled
roughly" by the Riga police.
Hep. Seymour Halpern of New-
York complained that State De-
partment policy on Saudi Arabian
anti-Semitism was "indicative of
a tendency of appeasement." The
Invitations Extended For
Hillel Program In Israel
Imitations to join the Hillel
nrichment program in Jerusalem
have been extended by B'nai B'ritti
Hillel Foundations to 30 American
-i Mi nt.s on then- waj to stud) at
the Hebrew University. The pur-
pose of the program is to present
the students with the opportunity
to raise questions and probe is-
sues of urgent concern ti Israel
and world Jewry.
The content of the program will
lie developed by the .students them-
serves, in coordination with the
Hillel director at Hebrew Univer-
sity, Dr. Jack Cohen. In past years
seminars have dealt wit'.i the iden-
tity crisis of American students in
Israel, discussions on Israel and
American Jewry and study groups
on Arab-Jewish relations.
Paul Baerwald, banker, philan-
thropist and co-founder of th
Joint Distribution Committee, died
in New Jersey at N9 years of age.
Adolf Kichmann took the wit-
ness stand in Jerusalem for the
third week. He continued to deny
responsibility for Nazi extermina-
tion efforts. Meanwhile, several
former SS officers fearing arrest
in Israel testitied against him via
depositions in West Gorman and
Austrian courts.
West Germany agreed to pay
$2.5 million compensation to 1.1C0
Swiss victims of Nazism.
The West German Bundestag
cleared Dr. Theodore Oborlaondor.
who had quit his Cabinet post un-
der fire, of complicit) in wartime
murder of Po'.es and Jews.
Israel became the third C I'tn-
tr> to fire and track a sounding
rocket, designed to transmit data
to ground stations. Tie (U.S I
National Aeronautics and Spac
Agency c ill <\ it a "won v-1
achievement." but a State Dept
official said it was "presumptuous"
In view of Mideast refugee prob-
lems.
Martha Oberhauser, a practic-
ing physician in We-t Germany
after serving time for war crimes
at Ravensbruck. gave up her "Dr."
title under public pressure for its
removal.
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Harvey Richman will install the-
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*Jewt$i> fkriafifor
Friday, July 2 I971
Shepard Broad One Of 89
Honored By Jewish Agency
ShopniW -Broad, chairman of the
Moard OT^'Ampriestn Savings and
promineM Miami Boarh-WviM^i'-'
Agency has widened its ntember-
hip from exclusive Israeli con-
irol t.i Include 296 prominent Jeus
.'rom other parts of the world.
Ap|Kintments were made from
among leading individuals in the
United States who have contribut-]
eii significantly to the state of
Israel and were chosen by the
United Israel Appeal. Mr. Broad's
agency was announced by the
Jewish Agency's director treneral,
Moishe Rivlin.
New U. S. Postal Services
Marked Throughout Nation
The Inauguration of the new
I'nited States Postal Service on
July l was celebrated in Washing-
ton D.C. and in every post office
icross the country, said Post mas-:
ti : v.. M. Dunlap. Members of the I
pmmwnity were invited to visit
tne^rofrteeTm trie Mlarrll ai
where they were given a souvenir
>r>\ elope imprinted with the old
and new Postal Service Insignias.
The postmaters al Hialeah and
">- i I.oeka also held open house.
Hialeah featured an art exhibit of
oaintings done by junior art stu-
dents of Bright Park Recreation
("inter and Art Haven School at
ils open house._______________
SHKIWRI) KKOAD
i nd attorney was designated as
e member of the Pounding Assem-
bly of the Reconstituted Jewish
kgency.
Mr. Broad one of only >W Ami l-
icam thus honored, attended the
mgembly which took place in Jimtj-
, ilef from June 21*24.
Prior to the organization of the .
present government, when Israel
ichieved her Independence, the
lewish Agency, which was formed
in 1929. actually functioned as the
governing body. With the Founding I
Assembly just held, the Jewish |
ippointment as :i member of the
m
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* Una it Fkridliar
=:
Page 13-A
)R, TTle lovi-h Horidian:
i
azingly, the U.S. State Do-
cnt is still in tlie process of
hng the meaning and the im-
tions of the Treaty of Alli-
I recently signed between the
Union and Egypt. In reality
[>act doesn't need too much
ling to understand its mean-
rid purposes since it is ex-
pOOM in its wording and in its
aim*.
_ laierd. this treaty is a turning
..J in tno Middle Kast conflict
by this treaty, the Soviet
UnIB has acquired yd another
I'.ill-fledc^d satellite country in a
[ eograi'hieally and stratcgically-
- nsitive ana. The breakthrough
ade I v the I'.S.S.R. was a sig-
ficsjrtt success tor the Russians
.ndWas bound to destroy the il-
of the State Department
pursuit of an even-handed
in that area. It has to be
?d that it was a futile ef-
>r the State Department to
conciliatory negotiations.
In Hie lace of this new develop-
ment, Kgypt is now practically
>nttll'' anc" their mentors. In its sub-
it position, Egypt has re-
i'd its resolution calling for
fcstruction of Israel as the
Motivation of its policy. Sa-
lictator of Egypt, clearly
that even if the territories
Israel in the Six-Day War
In covered, they would still
hie the battle. Regardless of
raight-forward militant Ian-
used by Sadat in every one
recent speeches, Stat i >
lent experts continue to
on the coals ol the Sadat-
51 -riy Pact.
Mwoukl lie a tragic blunder not
1o fBC' '.Tii/i the political anil mlli-
'.arwid',antayes gained by the So-
ietB in anchoring themselves in
Iters surrounding Egypt and
to minimize the drastic impact of
the strategic changes involved in
this move. The Soviet Union has
: n act icaIly become the master of
the immense ocean space between
Africa and Australia, and its een-
turies-old plan to establish itself
there has come true. It seems that
it is merely a matter of time for
them to use these bases as a van-
tage point to jump on other oildom
countries and encompass them in
its empire.
It would only logical and justi-
fiable therefore for the United
States in its own vital interest, to
respond positively to the menace
threatening that area and con-
front these Russian endeavors.
Regretably, instead of facing this
problem realistically, the State De-
partment is pressuring Israel to
yield strategically important ter-
ritories to the Moscow-Cairo axis
powers, disregarding the fact that
such a move would endanger the
existence of the Jewish state.
If Israel would relinquish these
territories, certainly it would lead
to a war more serious than the
last one. Surely, with the pres-
ence of I'.S.S.R. military person-
nel and armaments in these evac-
uated territories, a more explosive
situation is bound to develop. The
vacuum which would be created
by the withdrawal of the Israeli
Defense Forces from the Sinai
would immediately be occupied hy
the Russian forces which circum-
stances would Ih' more conducive
to a world war.
To control these diastrous fore-
's dl ployed around the borders of
Israel, it is imperative that the
1 li wish Army should receive the
necessary hardware to enable it to
maintain its present defensible
military positions for which they
paid so dearly. By the hesitant
approach of the United States to
these issues, the Arabs are being
stimulated to follow a policy ol
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calling for American withdrawal
from the Vietnam war "at the
earliest possible date and, pend-
ing that time, immediate stops
by our government to initiate a
case-fire and to insure free elec-
tions in South Vietnam.
In another action, the NJC-
RAC members, with the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America dissenting, reaffirm-
ed their opposition to tax sup-
port of sectarian-sponsored
education.
Seymour Graubard, national
chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith.
struck back at those who have
criticized the League for having
responded to an FBI request for
information about the Jewish
Defense League.
"The information itself." Grau-
bard said, "was inconsequential.
The director of the ADL n -
gional office in Philadelphia, re-
plying to an inquiry from an FBI
agent, had merely confirmed the
identity of three local JDL lead-
ers who had been so designated
in newspaper stories."
Treatment Of Russian Jews
Protested In Jacksonville
Jacksonville Jewry has joined
the organized opposition to oppres-
sion of Russian Jews with a march
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Jewish Community Council's Con-
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man of the North Florida confer-'
ence. coordinated the demons) > a
tion: some 300 persons participated
in the hour-long march in down-
town Hemming Park, including
United Synagogue Youth students
attending a regional convention
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Friday. July 2,
1371
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
ri<
Will Russia Heed The Message?
A \ GFNNAR V. JABBING resume! his old .job
at representing his nation in Moscow, ho may
b. in better position to Kelp achieve (&ce ifi the
Middle Kast than ho was while
serving as tho U.N.'s special ne-
gotiator towards that end. For in
me grand tnomont of truth in
Moscow. Ambassador Jarring
might It'll tho Russians what the
sensitive Middle Kast watchers
haw been saying right along: "It
is not nearly so important to
bring Israel to 'withdraw' as it is
to get the U.S.S.R. to pull out."
The large chunks of territory
Israel is quite willing to yield will be delineated if
and when President Sadat and his colleagues really
sit down to talk essential peace, tho kind of |>eace
assuring defensible borders.
And. of course, of continuing concern to Israel
is the insistence that Russia be a part of Inter-
national peace-keeping arrangements In the trou-
bled area.
Both Sen. Homy M. Jackson and Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey of Minnesota have warned of tho
danger to the United States, as well as to Israel.
of loading the dice of a truce in such a way.
Son. Jacfcson, a prominent member of the Sen-
ate Armed Security Policy" to that body following
an extensive on-tho-scone study. He expressed deep
dismay over the projwsal that the U.S. consider
Soviet participation in a military force keeping the
borders >>i the quarreling nations secure, "in
view." h -said. "Hie Administration is courtir
disaster by considering a plan that would have the
effect of legitimizing the Russia military pri
in Egypt, We should try to get the Russians out >|
the Middle East, not design plans to dig them in
He was supported firmly i> San. Humphre
who reminded his Ctttleagwra that what Israel u
asking for is in the national interest of the Unit-.;
States. The Soviet Union has penetrated Into Hi
are,-; far beyond her wildesJ dreams," Mr, li:
pin 1 > declared.
Fortunately, Israel continues to have Presl
Nixon's word th.it the U.S. will see to it the bal-
ance Of power in maintained in the Middle I.
The question remains: Will Moscow listen?
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By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Two Recently Received Books An fc-Sokfert Stw?
TWO BOOKS. RECENTLY RECEIVED, deal with sub-
jects that cried out for praise. One subject has been
immortalized for many years. In its present treatment
one can only say, "It shouldn't happen
to a dog." The other subject should have
been published a year earlier at least
prior to September 1970 or printing
should have been delayed so that the
took could have included events to April
1971.
Dona Gracia Mendes was a remark-
able woman. Hoinrich Graetz rescued
her from oblivion and secured her place
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Our film folk:_________jjy rlEKBERl G. LUFT
Pasternak Nearly 70
(Copyright 1971, Jewish TelegTaphlc Agency, Inc.)
I^UNOARIAN-BORN motion picture pioneer Joe
. Past( mak' stant director in
Hollywood almost half a century ago, will l>o 70
I II. Afti r li ivii
105 f'ln ; Mensch n
(Gi 1 28) to "Sweet Ride"
' tx en away
from th i for two yea
i -- Hi is now announc-
ing three forthcoming pictures for
L971-72 season. "Lala, Sin's
Only 16," a comedy-drama by
Ozzie Stemple, will be the first,
followed by "Have a Mice For-
ever," a yarn about college life
by Marianne Mosner and Bucky Searles; plus an
unnamed musical as his third project. Throughout
his long career. Pasternak specialized with musical
comedies, starting with the Deanna Durbin musi-
cals at Universal and continuing with lavish ex-
travaganzas and international star names C. Metro-
Qoldwyn-Mayer.
Ron Liebman. who zoomed t> stardom in hLs
very first film role as the madcap brother of
George Segel in "Where's Poppa?,' then appeared
in a serious role in the filmization of Vonnegut's
"Slaughterhouse-Five," now again joins Segal in
the Hal Landers-Bobby Roberts production of "The
Hot Rock," now before the cameras in New York
for Twentieth Century-Fox. Others in the star- 2.
studded case are Zero Mostel and Robert Redford
Peter Yates (of "Murphy's War") directs from the
William Goldman scenario based on Donald West-
lake's novel,
Samuel Goldywn's creative writing award went
this year to a 24-year-old Vietnam war veteran,
Brian Jones, in the competition at the University
of California. In his novel "Fox Song." Jones, now
a student at UCLA, dealt with his own impressions
of the Indo-China war and with war in general
Lucille Ball, pinch-hitting for ailing Sam Goldwyn,
made the presentation.
Red Buttons appears on the screen in the star-
ring role or "Who Killed Mary What's Vrnamc?"
a murder mystery dealing with a retired prize
fighter's search for the murderer of a prostitute
Finest Pintoff directs and George Manasse pro-
duces; with locations now being filmed in Now York
* fr -fr
Jerry Orbach, who won the Antoinette Perry
award for the musical "Promises, Promises,"
switches character as a bumbling hoodlum in "The
Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight," now before
the cameras at MGM, with James Goldstone di-
recting for Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff.
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in history. Cecil Roth romanticized her in his historical
novel. "The House of Naci-Dona Gracia." Now comes "Thp
Story of I>ona (inu-in Monde* liy Boa Stadlor 'United
Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, 12.95) and
the only pleasant thing about the book is the photo of the
author on the jacket. She is pretty and has a beautiful
smile.
Only after a partial reading of the book does one
learn that it i.s intended lor advanced teenagers. F
the initial conversation on page 3, one i.s affronted by in-
credulous conversations and abuse of English grammar
and capital letters. Example: converso should not be
capitalized while "inquisition" should be capitalized when
reference is made to a particular branch. The book I
to differentiate between the three classes of inquisil
I I' rve yet to see the point <>r many si nten ol
which this i.s iiut one example: "In all hi r shi
as accommodated, and althou
m iney for the ition, t ties treated
\ and kind tinct feel-
inl : 16. 17 or 18
: would be hildish style II -
s will nayed bj t tent
Strike Terror by I hud V Sabra B ks !
is the story of Fatah. Thi Fatah,
the most publicized of all the Ar ib tern
though it and Arafat are the principal focus ol attcnl
Yaari Is the commentator for an 1st u i pa
it is obvious that he reads Arabic well and is informed.
The book, unfortunately, end- prior to tho fateful ten
day battle in September 1970 between the guerrillas and
the Jordanian army. Needless to state, the coup de grace
almost administered to these groups by Hussein in April
1971 is not recorded. The major flaw of the book is the
excessive recording of minute details. The book Is over-
written.
Despite the foregoing, it could have served as an
excellent source for non-Arabic researchers and jour-
nalists who might need background material. However.
the unpardonable sin for a reference book was com-
mitted there is no index. An account of the Aral,
Palestine Liberation Organization and its development,
th.- policies of the many groups that sprang up and the
events from 1951 to 1969 without .... Index is hardly
usable.
It is noted that Yassi, Arafat is not i Palestinian
he was born in Cairo and that his name is really
Abd el-Rahman ALd el-Rauf el-Qudwa el-Husselni md
that he is mated to the former Nazi collaborator the
Grand Mufti, Haj Ami,, el-Husseini. Yasslr, who uged
only the Arafat part of his nan,, in order to hide his
relationship to the Mufti, was Ih, son ol a wealthy
property owner.
There are many other interesting, esoteric and in.-
portant bits of information scattered throughout the
book: e.g., 50.000 Palestinians who fled in 1948-49 now
reside in Kuwait; thousands of Palestinian Aral, ,tudentS
are in West Germany; Arafat's exploitation of the Arab
adage. The Arab mind ,s influenced by words .ro than
b> ideas, and by ideas more than by action." and his
admission that "We took up arms and began to light
without thinking about our activities in relation to an
ideology."
tJKWs msMi "Eighteen young couples Invad i
group of asbeatoa houses and squat there
flats, intended for now immigrants, were compl
almost six months ago.
In a piece of first-rate joun
ism. Dov Goldstein oi "Mam. '
Interviewed Vital,- Cohen, on
the squatters, and the fouo
is the sto; y he told.
"I'm not a rowdy and I'm i
I new immiirrant from Soviet !'. :-
1 so we tl l\ e to l.\e with Ql
motl dogs. Who gets
1 pr.\ ilej Bullk I who yell
in the t tble and get
they w pi bee .us people
thi m: or now immigrants. I'm ti
bei I to I to w .it,
"I was a \ win n mj famllj to h
in 1950. V : naaba then
h it. tnd t :
lace. It was .
family. But it
' It

to pay n rit to get a
I i i be had The Armj
- In thi S \
u ' later! did b
e. I was try*, and maj '
l '\ is pr 11
1 A.th thi future. I h
n I was .. truck driver, and I had
ib!e gi tting a job win n I left the Army.
I knew Chava since she was a little girl
wanted to gel married. I thought that as an
Si ldi. r I'd gel son.,, kind ol priority for a flat Tl
what the) told me. but 1 had to be married fa*
qualify. We got married.
Where to live? Until our promised Oat
available we moved in with Chavas mother S
was separated from her husband There wore i
other children till one died, and the family was
welfare. Y.t we couldn't live in a field. We m
Into their two-room flat.
"I dont have to toll you what it was like, Nw
crying brats, the impatient mother. I knocked an
all doors: the Jewish Agency, housing officials
door 1 could find. They all had the same an-
bi patient. There was always a different p*0
but always: tn patient
wc look. .1 forward to having children,
I would we put them? I didn't want the.
H> I the first 14 years <>t their life like I
rh nit. God, how we wanted
I the n ime of a doctor in Haifs
Mon.
I found 'here were others la similar s-li
1 x d en \n i so we got the idi a ol ta
mpt houses that stood har.. compl
waiting for new Immigrants.
'I don't hate the now Immigrants; I'm |us!
Vl!' Immigration must continue, but
can the authorities give everything to them.
nothing to people like me? It just isn't right S
month i go up again for 88 days of reserve duty
I m doing my duty to the state; they just got h
Why do they get everything and me nothing" I"
Willing to pay rent, but there's just no apartment
'" be had If there's not enough money to bui
I then bring in one family loss and l.t Chava and *
me have a place to live.
"I'm against violence. We don't want to bring
B a civil war. Wc just want a place to live."
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IN AND FOR
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No. 70-15682
AMENDED
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SDO HCGUET,
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ant.
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fcv.ina. Cuba
AUK HEREBY notified thai a
Put for Divorce has been filed
you. and you an- hereby rc-
jto serx'c it ropy of your an-
Mr other pleading to the 1'jim-
Nn ihe Plaintiffs attorney JOHN
B-^HWl. MM N.W. 17th Ave-
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with the i "lerk of the above
IXfciurt. ,.i. ,,r hefore the 16th day
J!'7l or a I'.fault will be cu-
tinst you.
Jun.- 9, 1971.
IK B I.KATHK11MAN
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LEGAL NOTKE
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AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2141
(Primm)
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publication hereof, or
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[lit Miami. Florida,
in. A.D. 1971.
A. JAY CRISTOL
As Administrator
^publication of this notice on
[day of June, 1971.
It' ISR I, AI.DRICH
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6'IH-2.-. 7 t-t
NOTICE OF ACTION
.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADS COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 70-13203
HNEG HUMPHREYS.
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! :ANK l: \YM"\p lir.Ml'HKKYS,
I >.fend 1111
"iM.Vh I' WMON'll
MPHREYS
VNK RAYMOND HUM-
>!'^^BH. are ) er.l> notified that a
f ipl Inl for Divorce has
rd against you, H nd you b re
to servi npy of your Anaw-
pdlng io the Bill oi I lomnlalnt
Plaintiff's attorney, I'M I
!Y. Sll VER8TEIN, KW1T-
K in iop I'" I In. oln Roa i.
-la^B1!' i ji ('' rlda .old file Ihe
i>ri|i^^H Answer oi* l''".'i.l eg the
Ho i : k "f the Circuit I 'out I
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7/J.9.U-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-108SC
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYI.VA.MA SITTO.N.
Plaintiff,
vs
THOMAS BUTTON, JR..
Defendant.
TO: THOMAS BUTTON, Jit
S'l7 Baal Avenue
Akron, i >hi>>
You. Till ..MAS BUTTON, JR., are
hereby notified that u Hill of Coin-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
afaiaat you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
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Plaintiffs attorney, DUNN and JOHN-
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West Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
i:.l:m and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of th,- Clerk of
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day of July 11.71. If ycu fail to .1., so.
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in THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
wi,E P. ORDERED at Miami.
J971 'y of Ju'"' A'"
. ,",.' KATHKItMA.V. Clerk.
Circuit ( ourt. Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPBtAND
, Deputy Clerk
(f Ircult <"urt Seal)
DUNN and JOHNSON, P. A
416 Blacayaa liuildhiK
.Miami. Florida 8S130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
,______________________________ i8-2:. 7 5-9
'N iLH5Jr7?yJSJIiUDOB't COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
! "& 71-,8M (JfOBe Primm)
In RE: l-.\-:.,:. of
AMBI.IA M DRAKB
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I redltora and All Peraons Ha v.
Estate? '"' "'"'""l- Agalnsl Bald
..|V|',',U,rr" hV''",,V 'V'"'"' :""1 "'ll'i'
. I, present anj claims and demunds
''";Vl'vm\l,i,v" ?,K*,n"' "
, ., ,. \,V',:'" ,: ,DRAKK deceased
Worcester County. Ma.
' '" "" ounty Judge* of had,.
< ounty, and flic the same In ililnllcat
' ''i-'l in Si ,-,,,.
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__________________________ 7 2-9
NOTICfc BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71.11295
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M IRTH v D LACKEY,
Plaintiff
BRNBBT l BB I VCKBY JR
1- 'idanl
TO KKNEST I BB I.AiKKl
' estwood Mobile Horn
Rout. 'i. i I.;. i ... ii
S. \ em, Marx-land 21144
^.;u. ERNEST I.EE LACKEY, JR .
'" n< bj notified thai a Bill nl -om
Wl fot Divorce has been riled
I >-"t.. ami you are required to
wve a copj ..i your \nswer oi Plead
Ing to the Hill oi Complaint on th<
Plaintiff's attorney, BERNARD R
.FAFFS, TOBIN tt JAFFE \ni-i
.',......; 'i" i eon Blvd Coral Oables
Florida J31S4, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ii.- i lerk r ,i. Circuit Court on or
oerore the tlal day ,,f July, n.71. rf
ulu 1 ."I''" ""' J"''K'-'t by default
"ill be taken naalnst you for the re-
lief demand, d in -he him ,,f Complaint.
Tins notice shall published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Honda, thin 11th day of June A I>.
... K R- I-KATHERMA.V. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Had,. County, Florida
By: R. m. kisskk
/,-, 1. D.i.uty Clerk
ircult Court Seiili
BERNARD Ii JAFFE,
Tobln Jaffa
;;''' Ponce de l,,.n Bred,
Coral Cables, Florida 33134
Attorney for Plaintiff
______________ .; in-:;-, 7 2-d
in t1J'C1E,P9^ubi "CATION ~
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-11527
,i.x- SUIT FOR D'VORCE
JOHN RAYMOND MORIN
i'laintiff.
ROBYN ANN MORIN
Defendant
Tt 1: i:i.|i\ N ANN MORIN
Residence Unknown
You, ROBYN ANN MORIN, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint lor Divorce has been
ttinsl you, and you are requin .1
to -.1 v, .1 copy of your Answer or
Pleading Io the Hill of Comnlal
Hi" PI ittornev, ROMEO i
SHBPARD JB 9S1 Clrj N
Hank Bldg 25 W. Flagler, M m
Florida :' 113(1 and file the oriEilli '
Answer or Ph dii In the office .1
the Cli rk of the Ircult 1 'ohm nn
1..-fore the 22nd .1 ty of July, I
1 on fall 1 do so, Judgment bj de -
fault will be taken agalnal you foi
the relief demanded In the Bill of
i imolalnl
Thbi notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JEW isn f; i tRIDIAN,
DONE AND IIRDRRBI' at Miami,
Florida, this 15th day of June A.D
1971.
K. It LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C P COPBLAND
I i. DUty 'lerk
(Circuit Court s.-ali
ROMBl > .1 SHBPARD, JR.
!'21 City National Hank lluilding
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Plaintiff Thnne- 378-MM
ii is-::, ; 8-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-19501
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALAN B. MeKILI^.p
Plaintiff
vs
LILLIAN IIARRINiiTd.V M. KII.I.CP
hi. ndant.
TO: LILLIAN BARRINUT) IN
Ml KM.LOP
residence unknown
You, Ll I I.Ian RARRINUTON -Mc-
KILLOP, art hereby noiii'led lhat' a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce ha*
been filed against you, and you are
required to nerve ......py <.i your
Answer or Pleading to th. Hill ,.i Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,
AN'lKl.ii A. ai.i. Buite 4"" Roberts
Bldg., Jx ivest Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida 33130 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In ihe office ol
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or
before the 28th .'...y of July. '.:>7i if
you fail to do BO, Judgment by default
will l.e taken iigalilKl you for ih<- r.-
li, I demanded in ihe Hill of Com-
plaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-; JEWISH FIORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami.
Florida, this 10th da] of June A.D.
1371.
K It.I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Ii.ide found. Florida
By: J. .1. NELSON
D.puiy Clerk
(' 'ircult Court Seal)
AN<;i;i.i..\ ai.i, ksoiiiu;
Suite 400 Roberts Huildinu
J.x West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 13130 373-C634
Attorney for plaintiff
: 'll-SS V 1-9
.ii:
Park
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11169
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HI.ANCA P. DE LA SOTA,
Plaintiff
VICTORIAN) 1 DE LA BOTA,
Defendant
TO: VICTORIANO DE I.A S' >TA
ADDRESS: I'NKNOWN
Vou, VII T) IRIAN) > DE LA SI >TA,
'I lhat a BUI I C0111-
for I ilvon e lias be.
u i > mi are n iiulr. d 10
"I' r 1 upj ,.f youi Ansv .1 01 I". .ol
Ins io ihe Bill i>I Complain! on Ihe
Pis 1 attoi in BFRt 1 .'S' IN &
LITM i\ Altorneys foi Plaintiff, >:i^
Ml iml, FI01
flli th. original Answ. I'lead
ing i-i the offli e ol .' of Ihe
' ourt on or before th.
lay ol Julj rou 10 1
1 1 defau will hi Ink -n
you for 11 1 rein I d< munded
in Hi.- HIH nt Complaint.
Tl notice shall b. publl bed once
each w. ut ive weeks
in THE JEM I--II PI (IRIDIAN
DONE WD ORDERED ill Miami.
Florida. Ihli !id lun. t H
E B I BATHERMAN. >
Cir. nil 1 'our'. 1 lade Counli i
U; P. H. I INff \v
I.....my CI. rl.
1 uit Court S
I *'Rl >N8I IN .x- l.'TM A \
12 Vlnslej Building
da
Attorn. 1 for IN.
B.'IR-S
NOTIv.^ UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat
1 ihe uudei igm d, desiring Io
1 undt r the fictitious name ol
VMKRICAN VACATKINS al I7"7"
Collins Av.nue. .Miami Beach, Florida
Suite 2S3 Intend lo register said
name with the .'lerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dade County, Florida
l'.I.ANCHF, FITTBRMAN
MARTIN O 'I'TFKIKI 1
RONALD I. DAVIS
Attornej for Blanche Eltterman
and Marl in Oottfried
I 11 -: x 23 7 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERJ3BY lilVKN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ABBOTT .x- Itt'N-tiTT FURNI-
TURE at 27^8 S.W. !-> tli Lane, Miami.
Florida 3S133 int.nils to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ABBOTT & BON-OTT, INC.
CLAl'DE L BICHEL
Attorney for Applicant
;:. \v Flakier Street
Miami, Florida 33130
6/11-1X-27. 7 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10852
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I 1:1:1 >Y AMAKBR,
Plaintiff,
\ s
ROSA A.MAKER,
I lef-n.laiiC.
TO: MRS ROSA AMAKER
Route 1, B03 17^'
lloiu vllle, South Carolina
You. in ISA AMAKBR, ure hereby
notified that a Bill ol Complain! for
Divorce haa bean filed agalnsl you
and \ ii are required to servi .1 cop)
of youi Answer or Pleadl ig to the
, Kill of 'omplatnl ." ihe Pis
py, Dl'NN and .1' >H ->'' IN P A
. Building, 19 u Elagl-
. Miami. Florida 33130
file the original Answer 1 1
In the nl 11.....[ the 'lei k of tin l"
.111 on or b. fore th. 19th day
of July. 1971. If you fail to
mi by default will be
1 the rellei d. manded
1 of C. mpli
This 11... i, shall be publl hi '
fom nn*ecu
in THE JEW ISH PI ORIDIAN
1 D IN i: W'D IRDERRl I .1 Ml iml,
F M.i.1 tiiis. 4'Ii day ( Juni a i .
E B I E VTHBRM \ \. .
Circuit 1 'out' Dad. I 'ounl y. PI
Bj '' 1 c H'K' VND
1 pul 1 1'
all r uri
Dl'NN and J) IHNS) >N, r \
|t< Bfs. nyne Building
Miami, Fl. rWn
AUornays for Plaintiff
ii. 11-18-23 7 i
i
UGAL NOTKl ________
"IN "THE COUNTYJUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FCR BROWARD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 70-4379
JOHN R. BLANTON
in RE: kst \ti: OF
.!( 'UN D/.l'Ri)
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND CLAIMANTS
You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
' la I ill ami demands which you, or
either ..r you, may have against the
Ksi.n. of Ji IH.N DZtTRO d. ,
late ol the County of Dade, Stale of
Florid... to ihe County Judges of Brow-
aru County, Florida, at their office
in tin- ...uri iious.. Fort Lauderdale,
Florid.,, within -ix ('.! calendar
months from Ihe date of Ihe first
publication of this notice Bach claim
or demand mu>t be In writing and
nnisi -tan- the place oi residence and
post office a.i.ii.-- of 'h.- claimant,
ami must I... sworn i,. by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or the same
will become void according to law.
Such creditor or claimant must at the
lime ol the filing ol the same deliver
a copy of such claim to said County
Judger in compliance with Chapter
: :i:.4. Laws of Florida for 1961,
This 10th day of June. 1'..71
ANDREW TiiTII- Attorney
'."") N.lv 113th St.
.Miami. Florida
Tel. 7.17-9441
of the Estate of
JOHN DZPHO, .1......ased.
________________________8/18-2.1 7 '2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RONALD OUFFEY,
Plaintiff,
NELLIE OUFFEY,
Defendant
TO: n 1:1.1.if OUFFEY
Residence Cnknown
You. NELLIE OlfFFEY. are here-
by notified thai a Hill Of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy .,f your Answer or Pleading lo
ihe Bill oLComplalnl on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Bngel & Halpern, Suite 17-0,
lions,. Dim Northwest imii
Vvenue, .Miami. Florida 33136 and file
Hi. original Answer or Pleading in
th) office of the c:..rk ..f ih. C'ln uil
on or 1..for.- the 16th day of
July, 1971 If you fail lo do so, Judg.
1 di laiilt will be tak.n against
mi for the r.li. 1 .1. mandi .1 hi ih.
BUI ol 1 'omplalnt
Tins note-,, shall he publisl il
foi foui nnsi mi'.. < ki
In THE JEWISH PI I IRIDIAN
I" >NE AND IRDERED al Miami
Iloii.la. this 4lh day of Jun. A !
1971
1: B LEATHBRMAN, CI
. ':i u.i 1 'ourt, I lade County, I
Bj i: M Kl:-
I leputj I i
c 'ir.ni' 1 'ourl seal.
ENOEI. .x- HALPERN
I loo N.w. 11 t Ii Avenue
.11 mi, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
^^^^ .; I I .18-23 7
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 71 A 392
N'OTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN thai
sii......I Schwarts, holder of City of
Tax Sab Certificates number
17.19 Issued Ihe 29th dnv
'' Maj A Ii 1969, haa filed same in
and has mail 1
for a t..\ .I..-.I to be Issued thereon.
lifleales embrace Ihe follow
Ing described properly, in the County
'1 ; 'ade, stau ... Florida, to wit:
lot la Oiock is. East Liberty City
H. in. Section 14. Township US South. Range
II East, In the County of Had,. st.,t.
oi Florida, as embraced in Certificate
137 The ass.-ssin.nl of said pro-
perty und.r ihe said certificate Issu-
ed was in the name of Thomas Sul-
len k- w Rowena.
This deed will he Issued subject to nil
other outstanding delinquent County
ami 1870 Cuniy taxes and City
"I .Miami Liens.
Lots x-:. & l| Block 34, Waddells
R< -11I. Plat Hook 1 Page 169, in the
County of Dade. State of Florida as
embraced in Certificate No I7B9. The
assessment of said property under the
said certificate issued was in the name
f U"m & Ida Meehlowlts.
Tin- deed will lie issued subject to nil
other outstanding delinquent County
taxes and 1970 County taxes and City
"I Miami I.i.-ns.
I'nless said certificate* shall he re-
dei mod a.......-ding to law. the property
d. scrih. 1 hen In will be sold to ihe
highest bidder for cash at the Court
House door on the fir-t Monday In
the month of August, A D. I71, which
is ihe 2nd day of August a D. 1971
Haled this L'Sih dav of June A D
1971
i: It LEATHBRM IN
1 'lerk 1 'Ircult 'out'.
Dad. Cuntv. Florida
By: P F On DSTRAND
I lenutv Clerk
' I Ircult 'ourt Seal 1
7 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71-114
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MIRIAM PEREZ,
Btlff.
Vs.
\ ICBNTE PEREZ,
I '.I- 'dam.
Tl \ ICEN ,B PERI
Dor. hi -' : Avei u-
1' rchi -. r, Mi us.
VRE HEREBY notlfii
1 complalni for D vor. e hs
filed 1 galnsl you, and you are here-
I to Bel \ 1 op] 1.
plead ng to Ihi I 'om
plalni on the Plalnl :: Attornei
I KSTI'i: ROOBRS, whoso add,.-- |f
1.14 N.W 17th Avenue, Miami, Plor-
file the origt. .1 with
ihe Clerk of th tyled Court,
.... or before the 22nd day ol July,
I I 'i l.iult Will be entered
you.
DATED iln- I lib dav ..f June. 1871.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN
* 'lerk "i Circuit curt
By: N A HaTWBTT
" : Ul| Court Seal I
6, IS-Jo 7 .'-9
UGAl NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2231
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE: Estate of
PHILIP GOODMAN
I IO)'ease.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate:
Vou an hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you nuu have against the
estate of Pllll.ll' GOODMAN, do-
ceased late of Dade (Aunty, Florida,
to the County Judges ,.f Dad.- County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided iii Section 7SS 16, Florida
Statutes, in ih.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad.- County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or ihe same Mill i- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 4th
da) Of June. A H 1971.
IRWI \ ;> '. 'D.MAN
As Executor
Firs! publication of this notice on
Ihe 11th day of June. 197]
8ILVBRSTEIN. KWITNEY & KROOP
Attorneys for
Batate of Philip Goodman, deceased
4L'" Lincoln Rd .
.Miami Beach, I la.
________________ ll-lR-M 7/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AAA FACTORY & SKRVICENTER
FOR VACUUM ci.KANHliS & SEW-
ING MACHINES at 1S00 W. 49th
Street, Hlaleah Intends to register
said name with th. Clerk of the '"ir-
cult Court of Dad. County. Florida.
DAVID FRANK, Sole Owner
siiverstein. Kwitney & Kroop
Attorneys, for Applicant
6 18-25 7 L'-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FELBER HOME MADE ICE
CREAM ai v." Bird Road. Miami.
Fla. intend 1 i-glster said nam. with
ih.- ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
WILD \.M MITTWE1 >E, .11:
HII.D \ MITTW BDE
MIRIAM RHI'K RUM VN
Attori ey for app is
>'
.Miami. I'
. 2-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ITICE :.- HI GIVEN lhat
' i,
u kr th.
PBMINA 1 .'. > 1 SAI ON
1 1 :, I'.. in. \ar.i Nonh Miami
I .' I" Intend said
name with thi <'lerk m ti.. uit
. 'ourl ol I 'ount) Florid 1,
1' Bl v-TKIN
JPDV .1 VRN) '! D
SHAR) >IA 'TIN'
HAROLD SI RUMPF
. '.1 -
:' : Hi-. ,,
Miami, Fl
; -:::
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 207:2Acts of 1941
Foe No. 71 A 365
NOTICE IS IIF.RBRY Ul\ EN that
S '.,:: 1:1. si rt \':'i 7. 1 I r ol
1 'ounty Tax Sale 1 B27
issui il 1 of Ma) A.D I I
has filed :i 1 haa
made upnllcati. for a lax deed to
be issued thereon. Said Certificate
. tlll'l a- Ihe I 'I' \'i : '. :.,.!
proper!) in the Count) of Dade. Stale
of Fl.,. ..I, u-wii
Lot 2:1 Biocl h ."i villa Lxt,
Plat Book 17 Pag. i, in the Coun-
ty of Dade, Slate of Floi Ida.
Till- de. .1 Will be Issued subject to
1970 OR) > : .Miami taxes and Liens
and 1970 Count) taxes,
The assessment ol said property
under ih. s:mi certificate was In the
name of: w 11.111:1.mi:\;a BAWLS *
HAMIB I. MOORE
I'nless said certlRcate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described hen In will !. sold to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door on Ihe first Monday In
the month of August. 1971, which Is
the 2nd day of Mutual, 1971.
Dated this 28th day of June. 1971.
K. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: P. F. mi.dstuand
Deputy clerk
(OirCUll Court Seah
7 2-9-16-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIRIAM U Ai'.lN...
Plaintiff,
GEORGE BYRON WARING,
I .,1. 1,.lam
Tl : OE> 1R1 IE BYRt IN WARING
II 111. 11. '\\ 11 1
V.m. GEORGl BYRON WAKING.
..re hereby n.....'led lhal a BUI ol
Divorc. has i"
you are required U)
s.i ve a cop) "i ) iur Answei
1 implalnl on the
1 1 1 'BIE1IM \N i
I.IPCON T 1 S.W Sth Street, Suite
109, Mlani 1 I and file the
r Plead. ig In the
flee 1 1 Cir. nn
''. 'in :
AURUI t, I 171 11 I I" 'I" so,
fault w :il In
1 ih i m I'd
1 ilnt.
Thli ball bi published once
each week for four c. naeentlve weeks
in THi: JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
I INK AND IRDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 28th da) of Jun. \.l>.
!'.'71
K B I BATHERMAN, Clerk
Cir. nn ourl. .;,.i. C. in : \ Florida
By: c. p COPBJ AND
DePUt) Clerk
(Circuit '"urt Seal)
\I.\H\ IN ROSS FRIEDMAN
..: 17 s u sth Street, No. i"'.'
Miami. Floi Ida 1
Attoroe) for Plaintiff
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1 "eJTewisli FloridLuairi
Pincus, Dulzin,
Fisher Elected
*ami. Florida Friday, July 2. 197l"
Section 3
Judge Postpones Wiretap
I Deadline Until Friday
NEW YORK U.S. gov< rnnient was given until
Friday to comply with a U.S.
District Court order lo provide
ten Jewish Defense League lead-
ers charged with conspiracy the
transcripts of wiretaps made on
their telephones without a court
order.
The U.S. Attorney for this
area, is so anxious to prosecute
the JDL leaders he is willing to
hand the transciipts over, but
the Justice Department in the
nation's capital is reluctant to
sacrifice the wiretap evidence
and is willing to wait for the
Supreme Court ruling on the
legality of national security"
wiretap evidence gained without
court authorization.
government has argued
that ** erridiii;; consideration-"
of aation.il security permit the
PiiiMi nt to "engage in any in-
tl 1Hs.ii i I illn i ii operations
which he deems necessary for
the eatidiu t ot foreign affair*."
According to the government
brief, th< wiretap was not baaed
on internal national seem ity, but
such aui veillance "was deemed
necessary' and essential to pro-
tect the nation and its citizens
against hostile acts of a foreign
power and to obtain informa-
tion regarding foreign intelli-
gence activities deemed essential
to the security of the United
States."
The foreign power was not
identified in the government's
hrief, which was first presented
to the U.S. District Court in
Brooklyn .lime 18. Neither was
the nature of the "hostile acts"
revealed.
In an unusual move. U.S. At-
torney Kdward Neaher personal-
ly ap|>eared before Judge Jack
Wcinstein, who will hear the
case, to ask for the postpone-
ment. Mr. Neaher explained that
U.S. Attorney General John N.
Mitchell had been busy with the
controversy over the publication
of the secret Pentagon re|>ort
on the Vietnam war and had not
had time to consider the trans-
cripts and decide whether to
comply with the court's dead-
line.
Sources close to the case said
Mr. Neaher's persona! request
for the delay indicated a battle
was taking place between the
Justice Department office in
Washington and the U.S. Attor-
ney's office in New York. Pre-
vious reports had indicated that,
in line with earlier policy, the
evidence would definitely be
withheld by the Justice Depart-
ment.
Israeli officials in Washington
denied that the object of the
wiretap in New York was an
Israeli phone. They said there
was no need for the American
government to tap Israeli phones
because the United States and
Israel are all part of the same
family.
The JDL leaders have been
charged with conspiracy to vio-
late this country's gun control
laws.
\(>IT WDER CONSTRICTION
First Synagogue For
Mentally Retarded
By BEN GAIXOB
ami \ITT\ IIAI.KKKSTAM
Const : is underway on
what is !: the first
synagog anywheiv for Jewish
retard* r.'rsons. Ground break-
ingHpia monies tor the unique
synagogue wen' held recently on
the from .1- o: I te:-.\v.,rth Village
for Retarded Adults and Children
in IWt-- ,i:i ".;>-' ite New Yoii;
town.
Jacob M. Cohen, a Conservative
rabbi who has served as Jewish
chaplain at the Letchworth fa-
cility fo:- 20 veu-s. told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that the
InstKatioi.'s JeuL-h residents total
more than 1.200 men. women and
Children and that many of them
worship regularly. He said that
Saturday and High Holy Day
services have been held in the in-
stitutioi s gymnasium for some
two decades, facilities he de-
scribed as inadequate. Plans call
for Rie synagogue to be ready for
High Ho'.v Div services in the
fall.
He -;<.<'. that while the service
is IDrtrvxlox-oivnted." it is an
ahsAviated one. He said he hesi-
tat# to label the type of service
he Bads for the retarded Jews but
thaphe did stress the "highlights
Of an Orthodox sen. ice." lie said
separation of the sexes is main-
tained The men wear hits during
servic. and the inmates are urged
not to work on Saturd ly.
Saturday services usually draw-
more th.m 5(Xi w it-shippers, he re-
ported U. said they display "great
inter t, concentration and devo-
tiog" during sendees. While most
of tin inmates cannot read He-
brew, they do know simple pray-
enfjhe teaches them during the
twice-weekly Bar Mitzvah classes
foBjjboy- or at weekly Jewish sttuh
sessions for adults
..High Holy Day services, he said.
ale* are abbreviated and held
only in the morning. On Yom Kip-
JERUSALEM (YVNS)
Louis Pincus has been elected
chairman of the Assembly of the
Reconstituted Jewish Agency:
Leon Dulzin was elected treas-
urer, and Max Fisher, chairman
Of the United Israel Appeal and
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds in the United States, was
named chairman of the 40-mem-
ber Governing Board.
In a report to thp Assembly,
Dulzin said the Aeenev mav not
reswh its 1971 fund-raising goal
of SfiOfl million and as a result
the 1971-7'! hudeet would have
to In- out hv S184 million, with
a considerable part of thf cut
coming from the housing pro-
gram.
The urgent needs tor more
housing and the maintenance of
Israel's military strength, were
presented to the opening session
of the Assembly by Finance Min-
ister Pinhas Sapir, who said 25r^
of Israel's gross notional product
is devoted to defense purposes
almost three times as great
as that of the US. which is
fighting in Vietnam and four to
six times greater than in coun-
tries of Western Europe.
"Despite the defense burden.
he added, "Israel must build
l.YOOfl flats annuallv if it is to
admit .50,001) immigrants s year."
At the Assembly's closing -
sion. Pn mi r Golda Meii
Cl red that "geography and
trol over our shipping lane
ind lions that Israel can not
forego."
"We refuse to do anything
that can make the next w -
easier." the Premier added
While American aid is appre-
ciated, "where our security is
concerned we rely on Israel it-
self, and that means you and
we together." she said.
Loral Federations
Elected by N'JCRAC
The Greater Miami, North
Broward and Madison. Wis..
Jewish Federations are now
members of the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council.
Three groups were elected
to membership in N'JCRAC
at the annual plenary meet-
ing of the organization in
Atlanta. Ga. Each of the
federations operates local
community relations com-
mittees as divisions of the
federations.
pur. services are held at nighl
Several hundred residents also at-
tend thi' morning services. Rabbi
Cohen said those who are physi-
cally able to t ist ire encouraged
to do so He reported that about
100 Letchworth Jews neither eat
nor drink during the Yom Kippur
period.
Jewish residents recently par-
ticipated in a "joyous celebration'
of Passover, said he. and more
than 800 attended one of the three
Seders he conducted during the
intermediate Passover period,
Kosher-for- Passover meals were
provided by a commercial caterer:
one Seder was held for ambulatory
residents and the other in the male
and female infirm resident wards.
"Each patient drank the tradi-
tional four cups of wine, reciting
the blessings after me." he re-
ported. "Several asked the tradi-
tional four questions while mem-
bers of the Choir sang traditional
Pjssover soniss." He explained
that the Seder had to be abbre-
viated and only the highlights of
the Haggad-ih were touched on.
"but the events were beautiful and
our inmates loved them."
The synagogue Is being built
under the auspices of Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel of Letchworth.
which is not congregation but a
non-profit organization incorpor-
ited in 1965 and comprised en-
tirely of several hundred parents.
relatives and friends of Letch-
worth residents.
The members of B'nai Israel
have managed to raise $125,000
toward the total $175,000 cost of
the synagogue, the JTA was told.
The synagogue building will have
special inside and outside ramps
for wheelchair patients, four class-
rooms, a rabbi's study and seats |
for 500 worshippers. In addition J
to serving U a house of worship.
Rabbi Cohen said, the synagogue |
will offer courses in Jewish his-
tory. Jewish literature and other
religious and cultural subjects.
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Jack Fertig. (left) Dr. William Levin, chairman of the YMHA
Membership Committee and Jack Gold, YMHA membership
director, make plans for the old-fashioned family "4th of
July Celebration" to be held at the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, 8500 SW 8th St., Sunday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.
A full day of activities is planned for all 'Y' members and
their families.
V Sponsors Family-Style
4th Of July Celebration
An old-fashioned family fourth
f July celebration will i>e fea-
iin.i al the ym-ywha ,. Greater
[iami, 85C0 SW 8th St., Sunday. {
Starting at 10 a.m. and ending
i s p.m., tiii' day will be filled
\ith activities and events for all
nembers of the family. Father-son,
nother-daughtcr swim races, w -
er volleyball for all ages, outdoor i
ports and games, a box supper
served at 5 p.m., the familj movi
Oklahoma" at 6:45 p.m.. followed
iy an ice cream social. The swim-
iin<; pool will be open until 8 p.m.
ThL-. family day program is fust
no (i 'Summer Sir .> :
Iy Daj to be held at the ymha
very Sunday this summer. Sun-
ij July 11. will be Open House
>ay (guesl fees waived! with a
Summer Carnival d and
>peral< d bj th p irents nd chil-
Iren "i the Y> Summer Day
!ampa.
Sunday. July IS. will be "Israeli
Day," featuring afternoon sports
trograms, Israeli nipper, w in-- tast-
ing festival, concert at poolside,
vith folk dancing and singing
iround a bonfire. Tin- Y will fea-
ture a Family Hock Festival" with
in afternoon sports program and
ock music at poolside July 25.
And Aug. 1. will Ik- "Square Dance
Night"
"Summer Camp Show Day," a
program featuring all the young-
stars in the Y's Summer Day
Camps is planned for Aug. 8: Aug.
15 will be "Pan American Night"
vith a festival of Latin ontortain-
nont. music, dancing and singing.
August 22. a "Gay 90*8 Evening"
an old-fashioned water carnJea]
md old-fashioned bathing suit1
arty is planned. On Au. 29 all.
types of Ramos will be played and
illy prizes awarded. The program
vill end Sunday, Sept. 5, (Labor
Day weekend- with a Luau.
A free "Drop In" Playground
program for elementary scho
ch Iren is being offered to Y
member families at the Central Y
Monday through Friday, from !
a.m. to nooa a complete schedule
of group games, team sports, table
and quiet games will be available
to the boys and girls, under the
supervision of counselors from the
I!' ilth < Physical Education De-
partment of th YMHA
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sons sponsor}
Fewish ( im n mitj ( ouncll. The
83.4 mil ion Mount Carmel Gai -
dens projoci is bell i by
he Equitable Assurance Soci
Facil ties will include a I
parking lot, a library, and a rec-
reation room. Th i building is ex
pected to K ready for occupancy
"i the spring of 1972. Ben Fried
man, president of the Ckynmuqit'
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dent of the project, said tenants
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MOSHtK MATS and POULTKt
J1 W. 4th AVENUE,
HI All AH, FL0KIDA
Num TU 7-2694
Senior Jiichwiiiis
Elect Officers
At (Ion vent ion
Fiftj Seiner Ju i ie ins ol Ml m
; ich ir returned this w. k
tho summer convention 04
Southern Region Hashach
C imp Judaea, Hendi mom ille N C.
where 150 young !" i n s \-
n southern state, pan
.'
Competition, Hebrew
Israeli d inc >, skits n
Sion and ele, lion Ol OfflCCl -
Newly-elected officers include
Keith It -ism in ol A;lam i, pn --
lei t: l>. bbie Blumbcrg of Oak-
Tenn., Daryl Merl of North]
Miami Beach, and Judy Colin of
Ft. Lauderdale, vice presidents:
Stuart Frager, Germant iwn. Tenn.,
Steve Kroger, Macon, Ga., Jannal
Zwerner of North Miami Beach.
and Sue Doleboff of Asheville, N C,
coordinators; Richard Stark of .
North Miami, chug chakutzi, and
Paul Draluck of Coral Cables, pub-
lications.
I
Ya'ad members include Josh,
Zwerner, North Miami Beach: Ca-
thy Sternberg, Asheville, N.C.:
Linda Herman. North Miami
Beach; Johnathan Roberts, Palm
Poach: Hannah POhen. New Or-
leans, and Nancy Moegil Chatta*
nooga. Tenn.
The Hadauah Zionist Youth
Commission of Greater Miami
sponsors Bashachar in Miami. The
movement Is sponsored and fund d
national!} by Hadassah.
ZOA Needs Volunteers
Volunteers for part time
work are needed lo issist the Is-
rael projects activities ol the S ith
Flo Id i District- of the 7.
cation ol America, accord-
ing to Abi iham A. Grunhut, cha r-
.n m. Both men and women are
needi d to assist u th m i lings, t> le-
phonc and Idi n The Zionist
iffio located I 220 I Park \v.
Miami Beach. Those inti n si
giving a few hours of their time to
hi l| l> el, should contact the
fice at tin.....ve a I Ires
Friday. July 2 1|t ]
:-
Dr. Daniel Medvin (left) has been named director o tfce
recently organized geriatrics mental health clinic for seas:
citizens in the South Shore area of Miami Beach which
will be operated by the Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the
Aged. A psychologist, Dr. Medvin, who holds degrees troc
City College of New York. Barry College and Bnghcc
Young University, has been active in the held of geriatrics
for many years, and has worked with a number of YM-
YWHA organizations. Leonard Zilbert, (right) president a
the Home, who made the announcement, said the dime
will aid senior citizens through group therapy, educations,
therapy and individual counseling. The program will be
coordinated by the Home's executive vice president, Sidney
Siegel.
Music Club Plans J Fall Programs
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League has announced a di-
versifu sei ii s >! eighi .
for its 21si season in P'Tl-7. \.
will bi presented at the Mi i nl
the first
time, ling to Isid
land' : I residi nt.
in t" the sei ii :
pi igi ams : offered al $12. I
it on a res i sis. In
chari ship and I
- Boris Graber, membership chair-
man.
I dates
Holmes baritone, Dorotln I
a the piano. Oct. 16;
il ii log th, Family i
, th I >per i Guild
M n Nov. 6; Lesti
ti nor. Sigmund (!o
I Kmei j i leutsch i
'.; m Ballet Con
S>1\ i Lin, pianist i Ki
Molk nist, Jan, I I
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Sun-Tattler Editor
Zionists' Speaker
Judge Nolan Sweet, president or
the Miami Beach District of th'
Zionist Organization of America.
Wfm to preside at its open me?tin-
4*jrsday .it ,. h,.. ii,,d vous Room oi the Se icoast Towers
North, .">_'
Hollyv. > mI Sur -Tattler editor
Kdward II. VWntw.irth. Jr.. th"
RUest sixaker. participated in the
recent newsjiapenreii's tour of Is-
rael, Which was attended hy a se-
lect group oi ni-wspaiwrmen of the
entire country. They nut .vith the
government and political leaders
ol" Israel during their stay there
nnd also visited the West Bank.
the Golan Heights, the Sue/ Canal
area and Sharm-el-Shoik.
Mr. Wcntworth. whose topic will
be "Mission to Israel." will also
show some insoiring color slides
that he made while in Israel.
Also participating in the program
will be Sidney Raymond, a na-
tional vice president of the Zion-
! ist Organization of America, who
will discuss various ZOA projects,
ind Gil Rappaport, executive di-
| rector of the South, act Region of
IV ZOA. who will ffporl on the
Zionist activities in our area dur-
ing the past year.
Two new color movies filmed in
Israel, depicting life and activities
in the Jewish state, will also be
presented at the meeting.
According to Judge Sweet, there
will lie no solicitations and the
public is invited to attend. Ar-
rangements have bean made with
the Seacoast Towers doormen to
reserve parking space for the meet-
ing.
Wm. Skinner In New Post
William 0. Skinner has been ap-
pointed chairman of the new civic
affairs committee of Voters, Inc..
according to Harry Levy, president
and chairman of the board of the
organization.
Russian Citizens
Urged To Protest
Trial Of 9 Jews
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, in a letter addressed to the
chairman of Kishinev's City Exec-
utive Committee, has urged the
citizens of Kishinev to protest the
trial of nine Jews being held in
thai city.
In the letter. Dr. Charles Beber.
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter AJCommittee, pointed out
that although there is worldwide
protest against the trials the im-
petus to put an end to these legal
atrocities must come from within.
"Jewish life and tradition are
being suppressed,'' Dr. Beber said.
noting that prejudice against indi-
viduals because of race or national
ity is outlawed in the Soviet con-
stitution. "But only the citizens of
the Soviet Union can influence
their government on this matter,"
he declared.
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Home Health Care Provided
By Local Non- Profit Agency
Nursing and paramedical per-
sonnel are providing coordinated
home care in this area through
Florida Home Health Services,
Inc. The non-profit agency head-
quarters in the Cadillac Building.
1110 NK lf,ii(! St., North Miami
Beach.
Medicare 'vnefit.s are available
to persons availing themselves ol
the home health services pro-
vided they were hospitalized at
least Win > days.
Other Medicare requirements
are thai their physician arrange
for th" ,. ill,;,, 11 ,1,1^.
after <\ ;, ii
extended e ..,!.,; ti, the
patk'nt alined to his home
due to tii- ;' s ie- : iury, an I
that the treatment is to relieve a
condition for which the patient re-
ceived care in the hospital or ex-
tended care facility.
Paramedic include physical therapy, speech
therapy, medical social service, nu-
tritional guidance and occupation-
al therapy.
Florida Home Health Si
provides rehabilitative and sup-
portive care on an intermittent
basis to a patient In his ov n home,
thus releasing hospital
h in i servic >s cost ss th in hos-
pital '-are. permit the family to
assist with care and allow the
patienl to be In
Ings.
Cantors Install
New Officers
Officers of the Cantors Associa-
tion of Greater Miami were in-
stalled at the group's recent
monthly meeting.
Serving during the coming club
season will be Cantors Zvi Adler,
president; Abraham Seif. honorary
vice president; Irving Shulkes.
executive vice president; Kleazcr
Bernstein, executive director; Ja-
cob Renzer, first vice president;
Nico Feldman, treasurer; David
Conviser. vice president of music
and choral works; Saul Breeh,
vice president of programming
and public relations, and Jack
Lerner, secretary.
Other members of the group
include Cantors Yehuda Heilhraun.
Jacob Bornstein, Meyer Engel, Hy-
man Fine, William Lipson, Jerome
Klcment, Harry Kahn and Na-
thaniel Schub.
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Edith Zipp receives a plaque from Ted Cohen, right, director
of the South Florida Foundation for Retarded Children in
appreciation for her work with the Foundation. Fashion mod-
eling instructor at Miami-Dade Junior College, North Camp-
us, she and her students presented a fashion show at the
Foundation's fund-raising event last year. Looking on is
Dr. M. Duane Hansen, vice president of North Campus.
New Men's Club Plans First Gala
First meeting of the Men's Club
of Temple Fmanu-Kl is scheduled
tor Monday, July 12, at 8 p.m. in
Sirkin Hall. The gala evening will
feature entertainment headed by
Mai sh and Adams.
Newly elected officers of the
club are: Allen Goldberg, presi-
dent; Bob Bezark, Ted Cohen,
Howard Hirsehfield, Ted Hollo.
Kdward Lassman, Donald Koren,
Richard Levy, Dr. Richard
Schwarz and Leonard Zilbert. vice
presidents: Elliott Hariris, treas-
urer; Jack Birnbaum, secretary;
Andre Bialolenki, chaplain; Sid-
ney Goldman, Sam Katz an .
Emanuel Mentz, publicity commit*
tee.
Senior Citizens Plan Concert
Special feature of the next nice
Ing of the American Federation of
Senior Citizens, Miami Bcac 'i
Chapter. Tuesday at 7 p.m., in th:
Miami Beach Federal, 755 Wash-
ington Avo.. will be a concert pit -
sentcd by Preston Marshall an
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Friday, July 2, 197,
Coleman Named President
Of Miami Beach Chapter
David Coleman of Miami Beach,
a national leader for several Jew-
ish and Israeli causes and recipient
DAVID COLEMAN
: the Jewish National Fund's
highest honor th< Keter Shem
(Crown of a Good Name 1
award, has been named president
Miami Beach chapter of
n Red Magen David for
lei.
Announcement of his selection
ad this chapti r of the U.S
in which supports Is-
- official Red Cross a
ade by Rep. Emanuel Celler
: "' w York, national 1 hairman
American Red Magi n David
I : 1 I
Mr. Coleman will work closely
here with Samuel Reinhard, state
chairman for the Red Magen Da-
vid, and Rabbi Sol Landau, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami chap-
ter. The organization currently is
s[x>nsoring a campaign to raise
funds for special ambulances pro-
viding intensive care for cardiac
patients.
Mr. Coleman. who served in top
leadership positions in Chicago be-
fore moving to Miami Beach two
years ago. is a member of the na-
tional boards of the American Red
Magen David and Israel Bonds Or-
ganization. He and Mrs. Coleman
donated an underground shelter
and first aid station in Ashkelon,
farai I, through the Red Magen
David; both facilities were dedi-
cated in memory of his mother,
Anna Blau Cohen. A forest
some 100.000 trees near Messilott
Zion, Israel, bear the names oi
David and Davida Colemen. It was
planted under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund.
Mr. Coleman, the former presi-
dent and chairman of the board of
Coleman Cable <- Wire Co., played
a key role in securing strategic
materials for Israel during Its War
of Liberation in 194S-19. He was
cochairman of the "Material for
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vJewisti ncridHar
Page 5-3
Large Class Is Confirmed
In Temple Beth Am Service
lis year's Confirmation Class
not the largest in Temple
th AnifehAipfory. but 4t .seemed
[be thi most versatile. The orig-
service had been written by
stuo nts. who presented a ran-
ta Btld Israeli folk dances as
fll as sume dramatic color slides.
|Follow.'ng the ceremonies, the
tth An: confirmands were treat-
to a "oat trip which included
hner and dancing to music fur-
ls hed by a live band.
The list of graduates includes
lona A.i:nan. Jeffrey Angel, An-
|rew Ba lumctxd. Marti Benjamin. Mo-
Issa Bi.:man, Mark Berry. Kli/a-
:th Bl->:ker. Lorna B. ass. Gary
Jrill. Thomas Burk, Margaret
hauMT, Loren Cohen, Jeffrey
trenblu .. Phyllis Deutsch. Amie
reyfUSS, Samuel Dubbin, Corrine
irenkunz. Jolie F.isenberg. Dan-
ElUton, Karl Ellin, Lisa Ewer-
an. JeSfiC Faber. Andrea KVin-
\rv.. K( Freeman. Brian Garber.
inna Gi rvett and Margo Getter.
Iso Lane Genet. Howard Ger-
kn. Richard Glukman. Ted Gold-
|tt. I bra Goldman, David
fcdsmit Joanne Goldstein. Susi
Idstei] Daniel Goodman. Jona-
.i i .an. Stuart Grad, Shelly
?rmar>. Barbara Harris. Jo-
Be H, st. Steven Hoffer, Gar)
bm -. Stephen Jaffe, Had
plan, James Kaplan, Barry
N na Kfare, Roslvn Krebs,
[re> Laner, Elizabeth Lelbert,
i' Lt-idner, Debra Levinson,
Lynn Levitt. Mar-got Lindau. Gary
Loewenthal. Henry Luria. Jeffrey
MawHer. t.'riward MarkoAuhr Les-
ley Millard, Hunter Miller. Leon-
ard Mindlin, Philip Parker and
Carlos Rapaport.
Also Nancy Reuben, Randall
Robbins. Debra Rosen, Lori Rosen.
Wayne Rosen, Paula Rubin. Lome
Salem, Doris Savage, Sanford
Schechter, Carrie Shields. Charles
Silh.'iman. Jeffrey Silver, Phyllis
Smith, Deborah Sneider, Jan So-
bel, William Solomon, Adriane
Summers, Gail Stein. Jill Stein-
btrg. Randi Swerdlin. Sally Tan-
ner. Amy Tarsches. Marilyn Teit-
elbaum Michael Teller. Jeri Til/.er.
Joann Timoner. Lisa Twnarkin,
Paula Weinberger, Joseph Wein-
stein. Karen Weinstein, Mark Wi-
nokur. Staci Wise, Karen Woolf-
stend. Paul Zipp and Karen Zis-
man.
'y Women Arranging
Events for Coining Year
Many interesting and exciting
events are being arranged by the
'Y' Women for the coming year.
Mrs. Lee Shapiro. pte&iuVnt. re-
|x>rts. Anyone who wishes to con-
tribute usable items of clothing,
toys and gifts is urged to bring
them to the Adult Activities office
at the Central V by July 8. The
group has scheduled a "Thrift
Bargain Day" Sunday. July 11.
Helen Vignali is serving as
chairman of the games party tak-
ing place Saturday. July 17, be-
ginning at 8 p.m. Many valuable
prizes are being offered at this
event. Persons interested in join-
ing the organization are invited to
contact Mrs. Alan Leiter. who
points out that one does not have
to be a member of the YMHA in
order to be a member of the 'Y'
Women, even though they are con-
nected. Mrs. Marvin Zalis is the
group's publicity chairman.
Finians Rainbow Showing To Benefit Yeshiva School
"Finian's Rainbow" will be fea-
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Night at the Movies" being held
' by the fund-raising committee of
Yeshiva Day School in the Wash-
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NE 167th St.. at 9:30 p.m. Satur-
I dav. Proceeds of the event will go
towards operation of the school,
now beginning its second year.
The school, located at 990 NE
171st St.. North Miami Beach. U
offering Nursery through sixth
grade classes; registrations ar;
now being accepted. Classes are
on a limited enrollment basis.
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night's start of th.' slake semi-
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Winged Duchess and Waysidt
Carol rate now a n 1 likely to
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Friday, July 2, 1971
North Shore Branch
Manager Is Named
a N. Broad, president of
S Loa" A"""
imi ft uii. ha
pointmenl ol Mb.
Gloria M. Miller ; acting branch
.,f tli.- newly opened
North Shore branch. The facility
,, quartered at tho Burl.-ieh
House, Tin:. Collins Ave.. until its
1 North Shore head-
ql a<;, rs an completed.
Mrs. Miller, a long-time real-
ol Miami Beach, haa many
TBrs : experience in the savings
ii loan busin. Prior to .joining
,-;,n s.i'.togs ihe served as
training supervisor In the savings
department financial institution.
A graduate of Miami Beach
School, Mrs. Miller
Ii (l tin University of Miami.
.. ~- backi -" ";
.Mill tin- Miami
,,i R alt Lniv< rsitj
the Orange Bowl
Women Artists At M-DJC
Are Awarded Scholarships
Melv/ne Sommers. founding president; Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Rosensicne, vck.nteer workers; and Charles Gunches, di-
rector ol the "Save Our Seniors" free lunch program in
Miami Beach, (standing) are shown with SOS recipients
enjoying c Kosher meal at the Paradise Restaurant, 1451
Collins Ave., Micmi Beach.
Public's Major Fear
Crime, Lawlessness
'i... maj i-i 1 -t the pul Ik is
. it the war, iv < >-i of ttvtaCi '"
nar :- 1.1 ethics ind tradition.
Ii i.< crime and lawlessness." de-
, I En T K< ntana, presi-
nt ol -i ; new burg-
r-fi t ali m con pany called
Prevcotoi Security Center, which
located ;>i 2643 S. Bayshore Dr..
tut (11u\ .
It 1- irtp ssl i" be ap ithetic
>r I. >it 11 and law less-
ss: : touches us nl to 1 directly.
1- Mil main imi stic probli m.'
!i. Ftontun; said.
"Tru din itor ol the FBI has
.-- tc! thai I asl once in ev-
yoia's will )> the victim
1 ill 1 cc. Crime in
n- Muntri ia rising nine times
s f he !>< ml.ition." h.'
hi tinned
"Mian i as r "centlj cH< d as
; ico nil [ a main c ntcr for the
. ntry of (I ugs in'" the United
Stati -. '.'11:- should not be .-in as-
mishin. evclation. The news
e Ii 1 has been ah wing Miami 1
at nno uncerti in terms thai
1 1 I ... a 1 lajor drug problem.
"I- or ......ks
Sherry Gray, th
addict Shei r>
1 ild how she b irgl 1 ized homes
nd ire whi ther th
hoim or not when
but als 1 evidei that :
I ,e : .(! ; drug addict -
anything to 0 tain n
I 9 Inclu ng si. aling
; mui o'er," the head ol Preven
toi irity O m r asserted.
ort a h thil ol J50 a
idicl must ite and fi n $25
1 goods n day. M iti Gisscn, presi-
enl "t Concept House, ;i M
uj 1 ti in nf
latcs the cost to l tade -' >nnt \'
hii d M" it lated crimes al skmi
n a year In g odi il il<
erchanta and individuals.
n i and financial fact
n flei te 1 ui such thht
In 11 ran 1 tti s, h
go ids as losses hat
; 1 on to and it'-
ll umer, higher h ta nd docl
ten ui ih. lot of livi
1 laboi houi a h ch result from
crimes of violence committed un-
der the Influence of drugs," he
Slid.
"I remember when I feii -
in my home with just a lock on
the door. Unfortunately, anyoni
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with just a lock on the door now
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Ka<;itt>rutioii Progresses
Registration for Kail classes in
1 the n ligious school at Temple Tif-
.1.1I1 Jacob, Hialeah, is now in
progress, it has been announced.
Thi t -mptc office is open from
<* a.m. to noon Monday through
Friday.
From da Vinci to Picasso, the
workl'i gr. hw """
male, bul the tunes, they sw
hanging, and that" one of the
things that ma) be changing wi*
them.
At the undergraduate levi I, at
Last women tune posted 8-3
victory over men m the annual
competition for art honors at Mi-
ami-Dadc Junior College this year.
Both of th.- top pri/es went to
women, as did tour out ol ita leas-
er awards.
North Campus art major Nikki'
Rosen and Susan Nash, I
Campus, were winners ol the cov-
ted Franci s 'A lfson Art Schol-
arships. The two $300 scholarships
covering full tuiti m fees and text-
books for th< coming year are
to th t'
irtisl on
ii
lost mts,
: the .

1968 I
: Mrs. V
the scholarships
: Mit-
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and cut rent c
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Miss Ros( n an 18-yt ar-oW
sophomore, Will have a one-mar.
Show in the North Campus Ait
Department Galley in early fall
When the 1 xhibil ends, one of her
works will Ik- kept in the campus'
permanent exhibit Her award-
winning portfolio contained line
drawings and water colors
Susan 'Mrs. C. raid 1 Nash. 23,
whose winning portfolio contained
pen and ink sketches and water
colors which she did as fn sh-
nian, plans t 1 v elite a work for
the South Campus permanent ex-
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The runner-up on each campus
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\\ intvi s of tli< se
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fJkwisti fkriidHicJin
Page 7-B
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
1-cT-uii coiuifo ooiualcio with sea .fishing in the Gulf&trean off
pars of newspaper cuppings', Miami Beach aboard Captain O. E.
America ;Now Holds Key
In The Middle East
fardfiy photos and highlights from
H |
wall m I'll- home of Arnold and
Betjniy Chintz when they throw
a funM-i*- party Tor his parents.
HctBh.-y and Dolly Glantz, re-
ccmly. T> mark the 40th anni-
Iiii-y, tho young couple had sc-
|y collected the material from
id'- and relatives and there
lots of reminiscing and "do
you r< membcring" among the
|st^. Handsome grandsons Stev-
13. and Shelly, 12, came in for
|r share of attention too.
io.se attending the gala c
on were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
,->t/ of Washington, D.C and
* David (".lard/. Mr. and Mis
Weisberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
bergs Mr. and Mrs. Jack j
jch, irtz, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosen.
Mr. and Mrs. David Michaelson
Mi*. Fay UHtsky, Mr. and Mrs.
jffe : ':, Mr. md Mrs. Krnest
Clinoi'f. Mr>. Mary Cohen, Mr.
il|i.Vr<. Michael Covln, Mr. and!
| Nathan Coulton, Mr. and
I- tdore Coulton. Mr. and Mrs.
Bloom, Mr, anil Mrs. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. .lack Stone,
^B>:>< Mr-. In. inn Jacoh-on. M.-
Hrn Sam Sohen, Mr. and Mi-
nd Bi eki r, Mr and Mrs, Mac
tbium, Mrs. Alma Siegel, Lou
Arl n- Cohen, M
,M, Mr and Mrs. M
Carry's Sea Boots." Britt. who
attends Riviera Day School, land-
ed a 40-pound sailfish measuring
just under seven feet.
The Irvin Shapiro- ol 1825 SW
soth St., put the Ron Millers ol
South Miami, in the mood for their
Julj trip to South Africa via an
African party. Many of the guests
came in "Me Tar/an. You Jane"
costumes; tin re were safari props,
torches around the pool and a mys-
terious "Zulu Punch." For the
li s- squeamish, there were ven a
couple of live b >a e instrii I >rs on
exhibit, if thai didn'l scare them
off, Ron and Fern will leave on
July 6.
Seymour B. Liebman, historian
and book critic for The Jewish
Floridian, on a trip with his wife
Malvina through Barbados. Vene-
zuela, Columbia and Panama, is
now en route to Mexico and "learn-
more about my own work in these
areas ind enough about Jewish
life md the political -situation to
till a book," according to his last
note to this office.
'
Mm.a! Marquis and Helen Rol-
ler, resident ol the !: mej Plaza,
this month to \ i-n se\ -
I well know n European health
m isic buffs, I
l> LEON PELDBERG
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Leon Fsldberg,
who recently returned to the United
State* from the Middle East. I* I hi
former editor of the South African
Jewish Times and is a feature writer
for United Press International).
The key to peace in the Middle
Fast is now with the United
States and not with Russia. Pres-
ident Anwar Sad it's swift move
to eliminate the pro-Russian bloc
from his Cabinet was a very
shrewd move on his part. He was
the last man. so his comrades
thought, who would have the cour-
age to act so swiftly.
The o;h nlng of tho Sue/ Canal
may eon.' much Booner than many
talks never have broken i America if Washington plays he
.....Ti. lie would have siieeecrtc.l i cards convctly. Political influ-
in leading the Arabs along thelence has now definitely shittc
road t" peace. Nasser, who was away from the Kremlin.
a man with visions of grandeur, i
I ; ,.| Mr. ind M B n here in time for the opera
nic orch stra son
Three Arrested hi
Window Breaking
SILV I. R S P R ING, Md.
iWNSl Three Jewish mom-
bers ol the student Activists for
Soviet Jewry, Ralph Bieber, 13.
Michael LebovlC, IS, and Yossi
Templeman. 24. were arrested
here shortly after a brick was
tossed through the window of
the home of Vladislaw V. Shim-
anovskiy, an attache of the So-
viet Embassy.
A note wrapped around the
brick said: "Stoji tht> Kishinev
1 rials. Never Again-" (Never
again I* the slogan of the Jew-
ish Defense League).
In Washington, a State De-
; rtment spokesman revealed
thai Sovii i Ambassador Anatoly
F Do had mel with Un-
Statc John Ir-
win i.- ago to regi t r
his ui c isc over possible JDI
demonsti gainst Soviet
- md installation-- durin'
lentity W< i k which be-
gan Jui 24
\ i ippy d i> t >r Theod
;. Uncle or to nieci H
~~l n thai e itlle youn i
graduated from the F ishion
[Technology School in Manhat-
ninl came to the UniversltJ
^Bi:i to polish further Ivr mmv
talent- Hedy, who sews most ol
her own clothe-, designed the danc
outfits lor the Israeli Dance Group
wftft which she also performs. She
has t> active at Hiiiel. teaches
ay School at Temple Or Olom,
addition finds time to paint
her colors and oil After re-
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felt ttii' here was an opportunity
to become the saviour of the Aral j
world and to be hailed by the
Western world as a great states-
man who had succeeded in reduc-
ing Russian penetration in the
Middle East and in sa\ins the re-
gion from another war.
After Nasser there was no sin-
gle man with enough power and
prestige to succeed him. His Cabi-
net, including A li Sabry, the pro-
Soviet spokesman, and all the
politician- anticipate as a result of rest of the ministers who are now
' betwe* n Cairo and Is-
rael. The opening of the canal
would l>c the first move in a final
settlement of the Middle Bast
crisis. Tb-' opening of the canal is
vital to Egypt's economy. If Sa-
dat is interested in a real peace.
why docs he demand an Israel!
withdrawal and the moving of his
army to Hie East Bank? This de-
mand is quite unrealistic and un-
workable.
Cairo's swing towards the West
and particularly towards the
United States i> not a -udden oe-
i currence. The change in Egypt's
ttit started with Nasser's ac-
ceptance, shortly before Ins death
R ,iv- Plan foi the
ist. Mass r was not in-
fluenced essured
by Russia; on the contrary Nas-
ser the opp >rt i lity to
I for 1 i u
i i
;: 1 not H '
war. ["he deb icle of ttv S i
War had convinced him that he
could not win a war against Israel
particularly as America had in-
volved herself completely on the
side of Israel
Second. Nasser came to the con-
clusion that acceptance of the
Rogers Plan gave him a wonder-
ful opportunity of winning the
confidence of America and the
West, rn world, and of freeing
Egypt from the Russian strangle-
hold. H' realized that he might
not get another such opportunity.
Had Nasser lived, the Jarring
The suggestion to open the Sue
Canal is not new. General Mosh
Dayan came OUt With it nearly .
year ago. At that time it wax
ignored by all the parties cor
corned. It was a clever move b
Dayan for breaking the deadlock i
the Rogers Plan and the Jarring
peace talks.
Sadat revived the plan und,
different conditions. It is a b<
ginning, a way to bring the tw
major parlies, Cairo and Jeru-
salem together, but in a spirit t
give and take. While Sadat i-
more than keen to open the Sue
Canal, his conditions are only
face saving matter. But to .'srat
they are a matter of life an
death. One wrong move and al
her gains and achievements wi
i be lost
And here is whcr America ma-
under lock and key. were not de-
cided amongst themselves as to
who should assume Nasser's man-
tle. So it was agreed (with Russia
exerting its influence) temporarily
0 pick a weak member of the
Cabinet in order to avoid a split
and to appoint Sadat till such
time as it would tie opportune to
eliminate him with a Sabry take-' come in. She must accept that
over. Sadat is keen to get out of Ru--
sla's clutches and to rejoin th
Western bloc. America must, a
the same time, show her strcngl
and give Israel political and eco-
nomic assistance in order to eoi -
vincc Egypt that there is not .^<
The Kremlin and its Cairo
henchmen had underestimated Sa-
dat, lie played a very shrewd
game. He followed Nasser's line.
Probably he himself realized Nas-
ser's motives In accepting thi R be a sellout of Israel. An
a warning must be given to I y\
pportunity will n<
- i ai occur a gain. Israel mus
.'. -Ul
\ :.\ i it he opi us the canal
talking |
ts.
and
ers Plan., nd behind tl
,ie tried all the tin-. V u i
the Ameri: in a| proach whil '
|e eve on his pro
Rus i n until he c
it rid ol Ihem
v ep.
Rus ite '
d-see policy. N
the Soviet P
self accompanied by the Foreign Perkins Marine Lamp and Han
r md i Deputy Defense ware Corp., has been named prcs.-
Minister hurried to Cairo to in- : dent of the 31st annual Intern*-
vestigate, on the spot, haw Sa- Itional Boat Show, which will h
i its action will affect th.- rela- held Feb. 18-23 In the Miami Beaea
tion-.iip between Cairo ami Mos- Convention Hall. Other office.'
llo.tt Show Plans Set
Marvin S. Perkins lent ol
cow. The link between the two
nations has certainly been strained
by the firing of Sabry and his
Slippoi Its.
Where do we go from here?
Are we going to have peace in the
Middle !-' ist or are we going t i
havi n not hi i w ir? A settlement in
the Ml Idle l ist no li | lends on
are Royce A. Hill, vice president
L. Fletcher Proctor, secretary, and
Robert W. Gardner, treasurer. TV
directors are William S. Simpsor
Jack W. Barnes. Jr.. K. Bradc
Dawson, Capt Jack Manson an
Allen W. Mathews. John Ro rs
i -eeiiii\e manager.
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Fricay. July ?
Robins-Feit
Marlene Feit bocami' the bride
cf Richard Robins Saturday, June
26. in an 8 p.m. ceremony con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro in
the Algiers Hotel. The rite* were
followed by a reception at the ho-
tel for the newlyweds.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Feit. 2311 S\V 19th
St.. graduated from Miami Senior
High School and is presently en-
rolled at the University of Flor-
ida. A graduate of Coral Gables
Senior High School, her husband,
College.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Robins. 9020 SW 77th Ave.. has
t*en attending Santa Fe Junior
Helen Frame served as the maid
ci honor; bridesmaids were Ellen
and Linda Boyer and Susan Cosby.
The groom chose Doug Segal as
his best man; ushers were Dale
Frown. Kenny Dacks and Irvin
Feit.
Gainesville will be the couple's
home after a honeymoon in
Jamaica.
Marcus-Reisman
Sharon Dale Reisman and Ralph
Elliot Marcus exchanged their
marriage vows at Temple Beth
Am Sunday. June 27. at 4 p.m.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of- \
ficiated: a reception followed at
Kings Bay Yan-ht and Country
dub.
Parents of the couple arc Mr.
ann Mrs. Joseph B. Reisman 8190
SW 69th Ter., and Mr. and Mrs.
Jo* ph Marcus. 2466 SW 21st Ter.
The bridi is a graduate of South-
west Senior High School and the
University of Miami; her husband
graduated from Miami Senior
High School and the University of ;
South Florida.
The bridal party included Bren-
da Carity, maid of honor; Judy'
White, 1 jnda Boyer and Susan i
Freedman, bridesmaids; Laura '
Reisman. iunior bridesmaid; I-arry
Marcus, best man, and Steve Reis-
man, Howard Halberg. and Elliot
Fassy, ushers.
Jamaica was the couple's hon-
eymoon destination; they will live
in Miami after their return.
M*S. KAIPH f. MAKCUS
Jews Required To
Pay for Education
TEL AVIV (JTAt Soviet au-
thorities are exacting a high price
for allowing Jewish immigrants to
depart, according to a tell i>hone
report received from Moscow this
week.
The informant said that Jews
holding academic degrees are re-
quired to compensate the Soviet
government for the free education
they received by paying sums to-
taling between $5,500 and $6,600. !
Beginning next month. Jews go- ;
ing to Israel will not be able to ']
take along any single item valued j
at more than $275. according to !
the report. New restrictions on !
their furniture will also go into
effect
Israel has refused to disclose the
exact number of Jews arriving
from the USSR, but unofficial es-
timates place the number at well
over 6.000 since the first of the
yiar.
Immigration and Absorption
Minister Nathan Peled. who said
Israel expects 11,000 immigrants
from the United States this year
as compared to 9.000 last year,
credited the fact that Israel has
managed to overcome the effects
ol the French arms embargo to
the profissional skills possessed by
its new immigrants.
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Stverdlick-Mencher
The former Pamela Mencher and
Allen B. Swerdlick of New York
City exchanged marriage vows
Thursday. June 17. at the Eldo-
rado Shore Club in New Rochelle.
N.Y. The 7 p.m. ceremony was
followed by a reception in the club.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Nadine Gel band of New York and
Dr. Edward Mencher of Leesburg.
Fla. Her husband is the son of
Leo Swerdlick of Brooklyn. N.Y.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Bermuda, the newiyweds
will live at 130 East 18th St
N.Y.C.
Serving the bride at the nuptials
were Carol Mencher. matron of
honor, and Merry Morse, maid ol
honor. Bridesmaids included Sandy
Karlan. the bridegrooms sister.
Tina Swerdlick. Penny Gelband
and Susan Lillie. Julie Mencher
and Jan^ Mencher were junior
bridesmaids, and Marissa Mencher.
flower girl.
Best man to the groom was bta
'nek. Carl Ingram: ushers were
Stan Polen. Mel Reich. Richard
Paries. Jeff Mogelof. Harold Shep-
herd and the bride's brother. Step-
hen Mt richer; ringbearer was
Stephen Ingram.
The new Mrs. Swerdlick attend-
ed Southh.impton College. The'
groom, a graduate of Franklin and
Marshall attended law school and
became a member of the Arm
Reserves. He is presently a vice'
pres;dent of Kamco Supply Cor-
' n In Brooklyn, N.Y.
MKS. WANK 8. SHARON
Sharon-Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Grant
1331 sw 102nd Ave.. announced the
marriage of their daughter, Sherri
Lyn to Frank B. Sharon, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharon of South
Miami, in a double ring candle-
light ceremony in the bride's hoflM .
performed by Rabbi Robert P.
Frazin. Trursday evening. June 24.
The bride was attired in a bridal
pantsuit with crepe tunic bodice.
The matching dicky and standing
collar were trimmed in illusion
Alencon lace; its long sleeves were
of multi-rows of matching lace.
The pants were made entirely ol
multi-rows of illusion Alencon lace;
her fingertip veil of illusion flowed
from a mini-floral headpiece trim-
med in lace and crystal made by
her mother and she Carried a Bible
covered with orchids, streamers
and lily of the valley.
Mrs. Mayard Rabin, a cousin of
the bride, served .is matron of
honor; and Warren Miller, a- best
man.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Coral Park Si nk>r High School, is
employed nv a local law firm. The
groom, who graduated from Miami
Bench Senior High School and the
University of Miami, did graduate
work at Boston University. A
Captain :n the United States Air
Force Reserve, he has served in
Vietnam, and is currently em-
ployed 8S field supervisor in the
Advertising-Sales P-omotion De-
partment of Food Fair Stores. Inc.
After a honeymoon tour of the
West Coast of Florida. Mr. and
Mrs. Sh.-.ron will live in Miami
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Nancy Sue Tavtt became Mrs.
Gary S. Brooks in a ceremony at
Seaooast Towers East, on Sunday,
June 27. Officiating at the rites
were Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William Lipson.
Nancy is the daughter of Mr
and Mr*. Harry Jay Taws, 5161
Collins Ave. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooks
2921 Sheridan Ave.
Serving as best man was the
grooms brother. David, and as
usher, his brother Robert. Also
serving as ushers were the bride's
two brothers, Allan and James
Tavsa.
The bride graduated from Miami
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida, and received a
Master's degree in Guidanc and
Counseling from Boston University.
H. r husband, a graduate of Mi-
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ard Law S :hool he served in the
rat's aW"
and
Vietnam. H esently an is-
Countj itton j
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Davis'Deakter
I ttei in i Roger
nltcd in mar-
27, .ii the
Beach Hotel Officiating at
the cen mon> w is RabW Mas
I ps< hitz.
Parents : the couple arc Mr.
and Mrs Morris Deaktcr 309 I NE
I96th Ter.. and Mr. and Mrs.
rd Davis, 2120 ME 199th St..
North Miami Beach.
Attending the bride .is matron
| of honor was Mrs, Marsh i Aach.
1 Bridesmaids included Mrs. Lynda
Jacobs. Rhonda Handelsman, Pa-
tricla Crawford, Hillary Goldman,
and Kathy Davis.
Servinc. the groom as best man
was his father, Inward Davia
Mark Davis. Howard Lubel, Keevi
Krasner. Harry Jacobs, and Bern-
ard Kruppi ushered.
Th< brldi a graduate of the
University of Florida, plans U)
teach Business Education Hit
husband, who is also i graduate
of the Univcrsitj of Florida now
is i nrolled in its law school. He
-.' ved pn h nt ol his fratern-
ity.
Following the wedding reception
at ih- Doral Beach Hotel, the cou-
ple left for a honeymoon in Mex>
ICO. On thc.r i turn they will make
ill, lr horn in Mlcanopy, Fla.
W eithorn-Isaacson
Anita Louis* Isaacson and VI
tor Isaac Welt horn were married
I at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel In
New York City Saturday, June Ift
Thf 8:30 p.m ceremony was fol-
i 'owed bj dinm r in the Empire
| Room Ol the hotel
Parents of the newlyweda are
Dr, and Mrs. Marvin Isaacson. 230
i F. Deljrio Dr.. and Mr. and Mrs
David WeHhorn of Brooklyn, NY
For her wedding, the bride >
j lected ? gown of embroidered white
linen styled with a scoop neck an I
a train falling from the shoulder
Attending the couple were Ellen
Wi instock, maid of honor, the
bride's sister, Fern Isaacson, jun-
ior bridesmaid. Phil Put-nun. best
man. and Mark and Clark Freitag,
jut:lor ushers.
Mrs. \Veithor*i :- a .. luate of
Mil MOT moot;
Miumi Beach High Sch ... y
she was a cheerleader S um
ed the University of f
belonged to Delta Phi E .'.Ion
ronty. Her husband .111 led En
mus Hall High School b Rcrni
a decree in Accounting
Island University.
Kimmel-Lontlon
A double-ring ccren
took place at Temple :-
'oral Gables Monday
made Judith Nanette L
(laughter of Mrs. !/ .
and the late Mr. Londo
of Steven David Kiniir
The new Mrs. Kin.i:
uala of Coral Gables S
School and Mlami-D
College, attiiiiie,; the I-
Miami School of Musi
years. Her hnshand. th"
anil Mrs. Bill Kirwi'i-
from Southwi st Mi i
School, Miami Dad-'
lege and Florida Alia;--
sity, where he obtain'
elor's degree in Geogl I
Master's degree in Bus]
Mr. KunmeTs grandni
Mary Nelson of Miami ichst
among the honortd c
attending were guests
l.mdo and New J< na }
Tle couple marie a '
tour of the Southeast?
States enrwit to then
in Washington. D.C., v -'
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CC

el Size Increased
ccl size limit increases for
-class mail between first-
post offices in the 48 contij*-
states went into effect This
fc. accordinp to Miami rost-
er E. M. Dunlap. The- limit
tirh parrels went from "H to
iches. The 100-inch limit Still
es to some parcels. huwe \ I r.
iri.
piety Children's In
Ir-cl Of Volunteers
ature women are Invited '<
nteer their ser\"ices by railing
arvl Alt. director of Volunteer
.ices at Variety Children's
pital in order to relieve the
Hrsmc personnel of non-medical
tie a which prevent them from
np all their time to the ra-
Alt may be reached at the
sital any week day.
Levin-Kraft
Pamela Grossman Kraft and Dr.
K.'rman Ivan Levin were married
Sunday. June 27. in the Temple
Emanuel Chapel. Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mrs. Ann<
Grossman Lyon and the late Murrj
Grossman of Miami, graduated
from Palmetto High School and
Oglethorpe University in Atlanta.
Ga., where she received the Out-
standing Senior award. She has
completed a year of teaching ii
Gulfstream Elementary School in j
Dade County.
The bridegroom, the son oi Mr,
and Mrs. Abe Levin of Pensaoola,
graduated from Pensacola High
School, and attended Emory Uni-
versity in Atlanta. Ga. He received
hLs B.A. degree from Louisiana
State University, his M.A. from
Columbia University and his Ph.D.
in the Held of Clinical Psycho'ojjy
f.-om the University of Florida.
Dr. Levin has served as staff
psychologist at the Chattanooca
Guidance Clinic, supervisory psy-
chologist at St. Elizabeth's Hos-
pital in Washington, D.C., and
ohief clinical psychologist at Palm
Beach Adult Psychiatric Clinic
He is president of the Palm Beach
, County Health Center and a mem-
ber of the board. President of the
Palm Beach Psychological Asso-
ciation, he is listed in "Who's Who
in the South and Southeast.-' and
:s presently in private practice in
Delray.
The matrons oi honev wore Mrs.
Lewis KapnT and Mrs. Albert
Mokal. the bride's sisters: Jack I.
Lyon cave the bride away. B.-tt
man was David Levin the groom's
brother. Ushers were Frederick
Stanley and Alan Levin. Also at-
tending were Jud*o Lewis Kapner
and Dr. Albert Mokal.
After a honeymoon trip to Mex-
ico the couple will live in Boc
Rat(.n. Florida.
JWV Auxiliaries Serve
At Veterans Hospital
MtKNA SUE SAGIK
Myrna Sue Sc.ger And
Roger Golden Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sager,
2026 SW 14th Tor., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Myrna Sue, to Roeer Golden of
Long Beach, Calif., the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold S. Golden. Miami.
The wedding will take place in
December.
The bride-elect, who is presently
teaching school in California, at-
t< nded elementary schools in Port-
au-Prince, Haiti, and graduated
from Coral Gables Senior High
School. She obtained her higher
education at the University of
Tennessee and Florida Atlantic
University. Her fiance earned his
Master's degree at the University
oi Miami and is currently working
towards his Ph.D. in Accounting
at the University of Southern Cal-
ifornia. He is presently serving as
assistant professor of Accountinc
at California State College, Long
Beach.
Jewish War Veterans. Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary j
members will service Ihe portable
telephone and .service the pit: nts'
library at the Veterans Hospital
this week as follows:
i hos pital chairman Fl r-
ence Grossman with volunteers
rerri Bartlett, Eva Koch. Pearl
Silvcrman and Ruth Burman. Aux-
iliary 223 president: Saturday.
Belle SwartZ and Auxiliary presi-
dent Claire Greenvvald of Auxiliary
174: Sunday, Millicenl Whitman
and Lillian Schoen from North
Shore Auxiliary 677. Stella and
Sol Lipton of Coral Gab'es Aux-
'liary 24!! Monday: Tuesday, Joli
Ratner, Julia Lindsey and Sarah
| Young, with Lillian Schoen serv-
| icing the patients' library. Also,
i the Starletts. a Junior division of
West Miami Auxiliary 223 will
write letters for the patients.
Wednesday. July 7, volunteers
from Points East Auxiliary 698
will service the telecart On Thurs-
day, volunteers from Oil. David
Marcus Auxiliary 746 will be in
charge of telecart service.
A games night will be held for
patients by volunteers trom Mi-
ami Beach Auxiliary 330 Satur-
day at 7 p.m. Ri freshments and
entertainment will be part of the
program.
A party will be held fo- ambu-
latory patients in the auditorium
by the Posts and Auxiliaries of
Surfside 723 and West Miami 223
from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
July 10.
morning of Wednesday, July 7. and
in the evening will make their
weekly visit to St Luke's Dmg
."enter in Miami.
Murray Solomon Auxiliary ''*3
win hold Its regular business meet>
ing on Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m. ;t
Zamora Temple, with preside at
Betty AronofI presiding.
Miami Beach Auxiliary : will
hold a board meeting at the Amer-
ican Savings & Loan, Lincoln ani
Alton RdS., Tuesday, at 8 pA
Ceil Rochwarg will preside
Paints List Auxiliary 98 will
represent the Department of Flor-
ida at naturalization services heM
for new citizens at Barry College
Wednesday from 9 a.m.
CoL David Marcus Auxiliary 7*
will hold a board meeting en
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Federal, 6th Ave. and NW
183rd St. President Pauline Dukw
will preside.
v
inrl Found Dead
INN (JTA Prison author-
in Dusseldorf said an autopsy
ing performed to determine
cause of Franz Stangl's death,
snvicted war criminal. th( 63-
p-old Stangl was found dead in
I cell Monday. The cause of his
|th was Hated as a heart attack
ding the autopsy report. The
ir commandant of the Tro-
ika death camp was sentenced
|ih*e imprisonment last Decem-
for supervising the mass mur-
of some 400.000 Jews.
Workmen's Circle Plans
Monthly Film Showing!
Workmen's Circle. Branch 1064.
North Dade and Rroward County,
will show color films at its month-
Iv meetings in the Washington
F< .1. ral Auditorium. 699 NE 167th
St.. North Miami Beach, under the
supervision of Monroe Nelson,
chairman. The group meets on the
first Wednesday of each month.
B.B. Women Play Cards
The Emma 1-a/arus Business &
Professional Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a card
party at the home of Harriet Co-
hen." 3483 Chase Ave.. Miami
B Jean Schonuorf is in charge of res-
ervations.
I
'Summer Learning'
Course Offered
At Temple Israel j
A free university of Judaism is j
I being s;x)nsored by Temple Israel |
of Greater Miami during July and [
August, according to Prof. Karl !
Wiener, who will act as dean <>f
the "summer of learning" pro- |
cram. Classes will begin next
Wednesday, and continue each
Wednesday for eight weeks.
The courses selected by college
student members of the Reform
Jewish synagogue include such
subjects as Bible-Theologv, Jewish
Identity. Israel. Radical Jewish
Thought and Urban Problems.
F< Ik dancing and singing will fol-
low each of the- formal classes.
Lecturers for the "free univer-
sity" have been drawn from the
community as well as from Temple
bract's staff; all have voluntceifd
their services in this pioneering
effort to maintain interest during
the summer months while college
stud< nts art at home. The response
to a questionnaire e'irculated re-
cently among Temple Israi'l mem-
bers indicated that many desired
to increase their Jewish knowl-
edge.
High school seniors and college
students of the community may [
pre-regtster by calling the temple, i
Adult enrollment will be limited I
to members of the> temple.
Norman Finn-** Brown Auxiliary
174 will ho'.d its regular business
meeting Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. Aux-
iliary president Claire Greenvvald
will preside Reba and Nat Brown
will host the refreshments in hon-
or of the recent confirmation of
their granddaughter Susan Terry,
and the Bar Mit/vah of the ir
grandson Norman Bruce Bcnnan.
West Miami Auxiliary 223 presi-
dent Ruth Burman with other
Auxiliary volunteers will escort a
group of retarded children to the
neighborhood municipal pool the
Iftubinstems
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Bis an honored guest ct the Sec coast Towers East installa-
ton luncheon. Nathan Darsky (Ief1> had the pleasure oi per-
sonally congratulating Mis. Louise Cohen on her third
term as president of the Goldcoast Chapter, B'nai B'rith.
Miami Beach City Councilrnen, Gerald Greene (right) wen,
..:iiie insicJling ofiicer.
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k\%i*tlfl>rrm1lr* Friday, luly 2, ig7,
LUftat \**oohincj
By KfTII SIRKIS
Entertaining can be fun at long is you don't have i i spend
long hours in the kitchen. For a reception or a cocktail party,
serve only one or two types of home-mail" canapes. Fill in the
re.si of the menu with store-bought, inexpensive snacks. Those
you will prepare at home can be very tasty and e isy. Use the
"assembly line" method and you will produce identical cat
If they were catered.
The recipe here calls for regular white bread, cut, toasted
and spread with flavored butter. One each of them, place a
piquant topping along with a colorful garnish. Itie toasted
bread and the flavored butter can bo made a day or two In
advance. About an hour before serving, assemble and chill, and
bring out when company comes.
KASV CANAPES
5 slices of white, regular bread 1 tbls, prepared mustard
2 tbls. butter or margarine 3 oz. lox
2 yolks ol hard boiled eggs Parsley
Cut the crust evenly oft each slice of bread. With a sharp
knife, divide each slice into four equal squares. Arrange the
20 squares on a c->okie sheet: toast in a 450-degree F. oxen for
seven minutes, or till they are golden and crisp. Cool. (If you
prepare ahead, keep in a tightly closed container).
Beat the butter 'till fluffy. Add egg yolks and mustard;
beat till smooth. (This can be prepared ahead of time*.
Cut the lox into one-inch squares. Spread the bi
- with the flavored butter, arrange a square of lox in
garnish with a sprig of parsley and set thi s on a
serving tr y. '"hill 'til! serving time. M tk<
is &
I cently I prepared several batch so narinal
' .eould like to share the recipe with you. The pei
nd tangy. They add color and .. to inj meal, !>.
it lunch or dinner. The marinated peppers k< ep well in refrii
tion, so you can use them at your convenience. Thi
themselves are low in calories, which makes them a big favorlti
of ou-s. Servo th( m as a relish, as B vegetable dish to accompany
meat or fish, or use them in salads the way you would pickles
MARINATED BEI.I. PEPPEBS
1 bay leaf
6 peppercorns
2 tsp. salt
2 garlic cloves
1 medium onion sliced
1 tbls. wine vinegar
1 pound bell peppers and or
pimentos
2 cups water
1 3 cup salad or olive oil
1 ; cup lemon juice
Cook all Ingredients, except bell pepp rs na covi red sauce-
par n medium heat for ten minutes. Meanwhile, clean peppers
lengthwise Into six parts Discard seeds and other
rts.
Put th In1 thi Brii to a boH again;
; nd let the peppers Bimmer in the marinade for
irning occ in the [tan so they are cooked
til sldi s.
ter 15 minutes remove the peppers with a slotted spoon,
irinade into half the amount by boiling ii .
m high heat. Four the concentrated marinade over
peppers, Keep In a covi i in th refrigerator. Makes i-6
servings,
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Happenings
M.B. Symphony Opens Summer 'Pops' S-ri-7
"Talking,' viu a teletypewriter, to another deaf person with
similar equipment is Mrs. Judy Miller of Coconut Grove.
Sh end hei husband. Stanley, both of whom are deaf,
ware among the first South Florida recipients of obsolete
teletype equipment donated by Southern Bell. With her are
Mrs. Lev.:: .,> Denchfield, president of the Miami Council of
Telephone Pioneers of America, a community service group
of phene company employees which has adopted the refur-
bish nc; and installation of such machines as an after-hour
activity, and Jesse Hopper, local agent of Teletypewriters
for :he Deaf, Inc., who screens applicants for such equip-
ment.
So. Bell Makes Available
'Long Distance For Deaf
U.S. Air Force Captain Gwj
II. Bain, son of Mr. and Mrs.
!>:i\i Tcr., North Miami Beach, has
been named outstanding junior
ofTkr of the |MM M Chamm*
A KB. IP. A 1931 graduate of
Mi imi Norland High School,
Cant. Bain earn ii a Bachelor's
degree in marketing in 1965
from the University of Miami,
rant. Bain's wife. R>i i. is the
. ni ;iitoi- of Mr. and Mrs. (ask
I-VUI 01 170*1 S\V 82nd Place.
Flirt Lt. Ilnitiiiii J. K/.rin, son
of Mr. and Mm, Sidney K/.rln.
:;i4i SW 24th Ter.. is a member
of the 437th Military Airlift
\Vin<; at Charleston AFB. S.C.,
which has earned the VS. Ait-
Force Outstanding Unit Award
for tiie fourth rvvcitive yen
Lt. Ezrin, a "*nl officer, wi'l
we r n dlstinct've service ribbon
ition with the
Military Airlift Command unit.
I.t. Ezrin, a 1"' I tfadu ite of
I'.inl Oqhli s Hi 'h School, re-
r 'ceived hi* v \. do Tee in Ed'i-
p ition in 1967 [r im M imi-Dade
Junior Co!lego. H receh ed hia
B c'n lor's d en e in 19S9 I
the Unive I ''
he w"s through
the Air Forre R se ve Ol fleers
Training Corps p ogi am.

T-d Mler, Miami-Dade Junior
Cot'ege North golfer, has signed
a grant-in-.iid with Arizona State
University. Mler, an All-Amer-
Ican selection, sparked his team
to the runner-up position in
the 1971 NJCCA National Golf
| Tournament in Flint. Mich.
The Miami Beach Symphony,
I which opened its Summer "Pops"
.lies in the Miami Beach Atldi-
I torium last weekend, "ill feature
juch well-known artists as Jan
Peerce, Jacques! d*Amboise and
Company, and Metropolitan Opera
fftars Ivanka Keyshall, Charles An-
thony and Russell Christopher.
Trie Symphony, conducted by
Bai net! Bret kin, f ntured i b
i virtuoso Jose Iturbi in it flrsl
' program Mr. Iturbi, w was m-
| traduced by Carner Bank pn si-
,i, m st. phi n ii Cai nan, u ho is
also [.resident of th S.nrv
i ,, s I/,, .] Del nfasii." a
(,i leg concerto
"Rhapsody in Blue."
Attention Parents
READING SKILLS CENTER
Invites you to come by for
a free demonstration les-
son! We are offering a
SUMMER READING
PROGRAM individually
designed for your child.
A Continuous Sunnier Propram beginning June 21, 19"I
^ i' ran woik around \.ications.)
ELEMENTARY
JUNIOR HIGH
SENIOR HIGH
DEVELOPMENTAL
REMEDIAL
CORRECTIVE
ENRICHMENT
SPEED READING
COLLEGE
BUSINESS
ENROLL YOUR CHILD TODAY!
Reading Skills Center
180S N.E. 164TH STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33162
PHONE S40-392Z
Seeing -. l-ii. sine. and al- ,
most B~ : i .- h ai ni'-;. At l> ast
thaUi true I i dt af [ ople in '
South Kloii.la. l-'or the first time. :
ueopie "i'.ii -e,ere hearing handi- |
apshav i < te long distance,
.nstantai,. "i,- communication. ,
They are -i.-.lUin^" via Tcle-typc-
uritars.
VCblle i.i:l\ a handful of South
Florida's !-->;> 1. now have tele-
type mac mi .-. Southern Bell ex-
pect* mure than VI will be in op-
eration by yi ai's end.
The maehir es. with 60 words
IH?r Biiriul. eijaeily. are too slow
for the present day commercial
markit, an.i are thus considered
obsolete i>. the phone company.
Lb i : the Telei hone Plo-
ot \.....-.. a community
and social oi i. ntt d group
gfi time aad retired employ-
vi- taki n m the refurbish-
ing of !:: uonai d telety|.eu liters
as an i ],.ius project. These
i TS Work closely with the
t -hapter ol "Tel. typewriters
'I Deaf." The deaf organi-
In sere, m plicants A i U*
Ii. s ai M > ''. come avail-
from Southern Bell. Jesse
per. local agenl for "Tel. type-
is I'm- The Deaf' reports
ith all Bell System com-
participating in this pro-
gram < 'f a! I'Aork is expected
tcKleul i marly L.500 machines
thfoi: iu,il tl. c lantry by the end
oaw97i. A directory of recipients'
|ione numbers is published
ttpdatcf regularly By the na-
, a lice Of "Teletypewriters
T'l.- D
Ihile the teletype machinea are
dgBa1 'i h -t. the n cipienl
pt p trch is i onr. tor which
the pul* npat-
wiih it telephone line.
Hop: are a\
from a number of manufacturers
and cost around $110.
To make a call, the telephone
handset is placed in the cradle oi
number is dialed. The called party.
must have similar equipment.
knows his line is ringing by one
ol several ways. He can arrange,
at regular telephone company
ratl s. to have a relay installed on
his line which, when activated by
ringing, causes one or more lights
to flash. Another method is to
place a sound sensitive li^ht near
the telephone bell. When the phone
rings, the light flickers on and off.
When the called party's liRht
flashes, he answers by placing his
handset into his converter's cra-
dle. Then, with a flick of the tele-
typewriter switch, both parties are
ready to "talk."
Really, it's all as simple as say-
ing A. B, C; or. in this case, see-
ing A. B. C!
getting married...
This basket holds
Information and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
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hostess today.
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don't let -your mail end
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Friday. July 2. 137,
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_
jAJVt*LJ^UjAij-*Ij-V/-*W-*><**! * ** X ** .*.*A^A-A^A****A*
Rescue Workers
Aid Mount Sinai
HoworW Car/in
HOWARD CAKL1N
Howard Joel, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin L. Carlin, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Tifeieth Israel
Saturday morn-
ing, July 3.
Howard was
on the National
Junior Scholas-
tic Honor Roll at
John F. Kenne-
dy Junior High
School, where he
completed the
seventh grade
last month.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Goodman, and a number of
relatives from out of town.
it a a
IIK l ( K JACOBS
Bruce Irwin. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Jacobs. 8940 SVV
-'1st St., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning, July 3.
Bruce, an eighth grader at
Hockway Junior High School, has
son trophies with the OptlnaM
football ami wrestling league. He
was also the recipient of his
ichool's excellent activities award
in Physical Education, and has
won awards for his skill iti sharp-
anting.
Mi and Mrs. Jacobs will host
the Oner, Shabbat on Friday eve-
rt rig, the Kiddush following the
ceremonies Saturday and a re-
ption at the Deauville Hotel in
I'ruee's honor.
Among the honored guests will
he Bruce's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Hellman. and his great-
great uncle and a int. Mr. and
Mrs. Kugene Field. Hollywood.
Mr. and Mrs. Klliot Seiden. Steven
tnd Barbara, from Virginia, and
Miss Rae Hab. r. Mr, and Mrs
Harry Haber. Mr. and Mrs. Sig-)
mond Balaban. Mr. and Mrs. Gary!
Haber and Family, Mr. and Mrs. '
\l Seigel and Mr. and Mrs. Ted
\lpern from New York.
is is is
STEVEN KBANZ
Steven David, the son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Saul Kranz. 9525 SW
-'!>th St.. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturdav morning. July
X at Temple Or Olom.
Steven, a seventh grader at
Kockway junior High School,
plays the drums in the school band
and is a member of the Southwest
i'uuth Activities Association foot-
ball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Krnnz will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning, the Kiddush following the
Saturday services and a reception
in Steven's honor in their hon
on Saturday evening.
Steven's grandnar. r.ts. Mr. and I
Mrs. Samuel Schneider and Mr.
tnd Mrs. Nathan Kranz of BrTTok-
lyn, N.Y.. will be am.ng the hon-
ored guests.
is is
DAVID ROYOF.
David Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Royce, will become B ir
Mitzvah Saturday. July 3, at Beth
Oavid Congregation.
David has attended the
David Hebrew School for
years and is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Southwest Preparatory
School.
A reception will be held at the
Royce home after the ceremony.
Among the guests will be Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Rubinstein and Mrs.
Ben Rothberg. the celebrant's
grandparents.
is -ft H
Thirteen members of the Miami
Beach Fire Rescue Department
are working in their off duty
hours fr the Mount Sinai HOJ
Beth pital Intensive Care Unit.
fotti-H*
The men monitor and Interpret
machines for the hospital, reliev-
ing nurses of the task and allow-
ing them to care for more patients.
The Fire Department us.'s ma-|
Chines similar to those at the hos-
pital and its personnel are trained
to read them.
JOSEPH CHKBEN
On Saturday morning. July 3,
In Wometro Theatres
"Le Mans" opens Fi iday at the
Patio. Twin II. Carlyle. Palm
Joseph David, the son of Mr. and Springs and 27th Ave. Drive-in; in
Mrs. Robert M. Green will observe | ,ne Miami, Surf. Coral Way and i
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Sinai
Joseph, who will be entering 8th
North Dade Drive-Ins is "Shoot
Out" starling Gregory Peck. "The : *^^Wi
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GOLF-TENNIS
CAMP FOR
TEENS (Co-Ed)
On beautiful Rex Beach Lake In the rolling lake-ridos
country of Florida's Central Highlands A superior summer
camp program *t Florida's First Golf Resort 18- hola
Championshio Course Individual coaching in golf, tennis
and water sports by top Pros Pool and lake swimming
Water skiing Sailirg Driver Ed. Fishing 'Trips
Socials Discotheque Academic tutoring available.
CAMP DIRECTORS: VICTOR E. JACOBS*, A. RIFKIN
For Brochwra and Particulars write: S. T. Grffard, Dapt. if
Harder Hall Golf-Tennis Camp
Completely Air Cond. Sabring, Fla. call collect R13-385-0ISI
grade at John F. Kennedv Junioi
High School is attending" Temple Andromeda Strain" begins a run
in the Miracle and 163rd St. Thea-
tres), and holdovers include "Wild
Rovers" at the Byron, am' "Ha-
nanas" at the Mayfair. Sunset am'
Parkway.
Sinai Religious School. He is a
member oi' the B'nai Mitzvah
Group and Temple Sinai players.
He was awarded an honorable
mention for one of his paintings
in the Peicock Art Gallerv.
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Have openings for Summer Business
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SUMMER SPECIAL
iew.g for g'-li art* m*4 crvfci fr
km j *d much more.
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CALL 448-1808
The T Jniversity
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an independent, non-profit school
on the Sova University Campus
A school unique in its curriculum;
dedicated to teaching pupils to
assume responsibility for learning.
Pre-primarv through Grade 10
EXROLLMEN
Throuj; In
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Uenue >
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. lerdalc, Florid* HM4 !
TeiephOM W) 583-OISJ
American Savings & Loan oilicials David Smith, and J. M.
Lelchuk. vice presidents, and Morris N. Broad, president,
apply official government seals to windows of the associa-
tions new North Shore branch office at 7105 Collins Ave.
The association will occupy the Burlcgh location until the
permanent branch office on the corner of Collins Avenue
and 71st Street is completed.
rm
AINBOW
(H \PANCH RIDING ACADEMY
5151 Davie Road, Oavie. Fla.
587-6609
DEAR FRIENDS
COVE RIDE WITH US'
HORSES FOR RENT PONIES FOR PARTIES
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RIDING LESSONS FOR ALL AGES
FAIRHAVEN
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"THE HOME
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201 CURTISS PARKWAY
MIAMI SPRINGS.
APPLICATIONS FOR RESIDENCY
ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED IN:
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HOME FOR THE AGED
INTENSIVE NURSING
SENILE CARE
PLEASE CALL MR. FRANK WUTZ
887-1565 FOR FUTHER INFORMATION.

^tflft fcftj
BOYS 9-16
Sportfishing at Marathon in the heart of tVe Keys. Skin and
scuba diving on the ocean reefs and flats. Sailing and water
skiing on the blue Atlantic. Add swimming and fish fries,
allow a little time to just relax under the palms or f.ish off
the docks, and you have the scope of the well rounded water-
sport program at CAMP HUGO. This camp, founded by HUGO VIHLEN
who sailed the Atlantic alone from Africa to Florida in the
six foat-AP*rH.-FOl shown above, offers a wholesome environ-
ment where your boy learns the skills to excel in watersport
activities. All meals, air conditioned rooms, new equipment
and unsinkable boats are furnished. ACT NOW to register.
6m your son 9
Wholesome, fun filled
WtienpoH Vacation
WRITE OR CALL
Chet Mumby, Camp Director
CAMP HUGO, Inc.
Post Office Box 1509
Homestead, Florida 33030
(305) 248-HUGO


Friday. July 2, 1971
>Jewisti Meridian
Page 13-R
\e is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. *
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
noi be forgotten. By planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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*Je*ist BuaiMMJ
Friday. frl |
i?,
LEGAL NOTICE
4f
iSSi
1968
ICBM
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-1499
IN RE: Entail "'
\ bra snow
not.ce of intention to make
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE l hereh) ;iv fhat '
have riled B Fmal Report and Pel.....n
for Distribution mid Final Dim-name
a- Administratrix of the estate ol
V'ERA SNOW, deceased: and mat
the 16th da> "I August, 1971. will
apply i" the Honorabl. fount) Judges
n( >,.!. County. Florida, foi approval
,.i m|d Final Ri porl and for distribu
lion and final discharge a- Adminis-
tratrix of it" i state of Hi. abovi -
named decedent. This 16th day "i
Ju.ie, l7l.
SARAH V Si.'IAH'l A.
Administratrix of Ihi Estate l
V.-ra i" 8n<> deci ..-. 'I
SIDNEY BPRONW >N
Attorney
81! Alnsle) Ruildil u
Miami, Florida 33132
! M
bituan'es
FridP
IN T
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Bernard G. Richards, 94
MELLMAN. brtri II i
Av. .11 I! Kiv. i uiiA

NEW YORK IWNSI
Bernard G. Rlchank, Jewish
!, adcr nnd founder ol the Amer-
ican Jowtoh Congreaa who died
here a) the age of M, wm a mem-
I. r of the Executive Committee
ol iIk' Zionist Organization f
America, ttM founder of the Jew-
ish Information Bureau, and aerv- doockler. wiii
,1 as b member of i!>- Amertewi goooman. wiiiiam':.
Jewish deli Batten to the Pai
peace confe encc In 1919 He h id
worked as i writi i and edit of
Jewish an i g< neral ilical
WEINTRAUB.'Juhu-
gnii Ave. Ninii.,
Nebo.
BERMAN. Carl B 7!. |||
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-12247
NOTICE OF SUIT
LOT'ISE BAILEY, a I. a
LollSE N. NELSON,
Plaintiff
vs.
RICHARD MM SON and
KELSON, his wife, ii married,
i ii fi ndanta
Ti p. RICHARD NELSON and
KELSI IN,
liis wife, if married
C P.O BOX 4l
MIAMI SPRINGS, FI-ORID \
YOU KICHAkd NKI.SON and
M'.l SON, In- Wife, if
I, are hereby notified mat a
I'ompl linl to Qulel Title ha- hi
you on ihe following de-
i property, to-wlt:
14, Lot 18, MYRTLE
i: 1ST API HTU N, a<'.....I-
,i,l-
i. ,7 at Pane 2, of
in., Pu Ki rorib I I oun-
orld i k n 3461 \ W 171st
Opa Locka, Floi I
a are i equlred i" er\ e a i opy
ur Answer or Pleading to lite
mplnini to Quli I Title on the
Plaintiff's attorney, Ronald 1.. I'avis,
Esq., I' A -117 Blsca) ne Building-ID
W. Fli tl.r Street, Miami, Florida
Phone: 3T9-2X.11, anil on or be-
Oth day of Jul), 1971. if you
fall to do bo, Judgment by default "ill
ken against you f"i- Ihe relief
demanded in tin- Complaint t.. oui.t
Title
This notice shun be publlahed once
each week for four (4i consecutive
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami,
Florida, this -"th day of June, 1971
H. H. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Cln-uil Court
l tade County. Florida
By: C. P. c. IRELAND
Di-putv Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
7 8-9-16-zs
NOTICE UNDER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBIIY OIVEN that
the uinhrsii.-n.il. desiring to mpw
In business under the fictitious name
of MASS CHEHICAL COMPANY at
1110 NE. lfiard Btreet, North Miami
Beach, Pla. intendi to realster mid
name with th.- Cl.rk of th.- Circuit
OUTt of Daih- County, Florida.
S. M. 8CHACK
_____________________ 6 25 7/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
In business under Ihe fictitious name
ol ALL FLORIDA CARPET SALES
.'i --" X w 71rd Street, Miami. Flo-
inia Intend to register said name with
th- < l.-i k of the Circuit Court of
Dads County, Florida.
HA Y.Mi IND l-ENSKY
LOI'18 JEROSLOW
NELSON *- FELD.M \.\
Attorneys for Partners
i I3S Kane t 'om-ourse
Miami Beach, Florida
865-5716
7 j-fi-ifi-;.i
PETCEMETERY
24-HOUR SERVICE
Cemp/efe burial and funeral
mrranqtmtnli lor Pelt of all
types, including pick-up service
Beautiful Cemetery Grounds
Cremotion Services
Medtratt Frictt
&t HEAIrfy
MEMORIAL PARK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2461
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
TKSSIK I.KI'HUMAN'
I ieceaaed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present a'ny claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
tin estate of TESSIE USDERMAN
deceased late ol Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, ami Hie tii. same in dupli-
cate and na provided in section 733.16,
Florida Bta lutes, In their offh ea In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within i nil ndar
months from th. time ,.f the first
publication hereof, or the Bame will
be ban i >l
Dated al Miami. Florida, II
daj of Juni \ i 1971
Ri i.VA 11' I.. D Wis
Attoi ni s t'"i Estate
a- i:\. utor
i Ti bsIi i ili man
i'.rst pubiii a........f this none, ,.ii the
2nd ilav of July. A 11
1" NA1 D I. DAVIS
Attorni > for Estate of
Te# ie I.,i,i.....n, deceased
117 Hisi ,i\ ne Building
19 \\ Flagler Street
-Miami, Florida ::i^0
7 2-9-16-2J
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET LICK,
Plaintiff
\ s
W \1 TEH I'- LICK,
D.-fi mlanl
TO: WALTER E LICK
i" W. st Main Street
Rlpley, N. iv V.iil.
You. WALTER I-: in ic, are here-
by notified thai a Complaint for 111-
vorce has been Hied against you.
ami you are required to serve a cop)
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint .....In- Plulnllfrs attorney,
JACK .1 TAPPER, 17"" N \V 7th
Btreet, Miami. Florida ::.:l-'.'' and file
the original Answer "i Pleading In
the office "f the Clerk of the Cln ull
Court on or before the 2nd da) ol
August, 1971. If > "U fall t" do so,
Judgment by default "ill be taken
agalnsl you ("i the relief demanded
in the Complaint,
This notice shall bi published once
each week for four ronsecutlvi weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 29th da) of June A.D
1971
K It LBATHERMAN, I
Clreull Court, Pad* CoiinD Florida
B) S \ HEWETT
Denutt cl.rk
H 'in ull Coun s, ,.ii
,1 KCK .1 TAPPER
17"" N W "th BTREET
Miami. Floi
Attorney f..i Plaintiff
642-4855
Ri
ii. ita.
M i:
ABRAMOWITZ.
Uiv.
BERRY. Mi 'IMI II
lilt I r.i-.a. in Pa' HlaxlM t
COHEN. Bernard, ..7. ISA9 Meridian
A\. M II Rl\ i sldi Intel mi nt
Ml N.I.,,.
MARSH, Marvin 11., 2, 9221 E BB)
11., i i.,,r |Blanl# Itlveri di
NAIBURG. S..ma. ......B.W Mth
Si lllaolH-m
PULLMAN, It. jalnin. 7:. I".".', Col-
llnt \v M B BUisIh i ;:
SEIDENBERG. Clara
Mi lidlan Av< M II Riven Idi In-
t. m. nt Mt N. bo
SILBERT, Anna. 1711 Colllim \"
M it Itlvi ralde
SUGARMAN Hl, 7s. 1973 w
ioii Avi M II Hi\ di
BRAND, Km;. 1 81, 1235 Euclkl A vs.,
M i: HI v. i-i.i.
GORDON l...u.-, 87, S75i Collhii vVvi
Riven Ii
NEWMAN. Hannah (Hahsvl, 7' t"i
. Collins Am M II lllai b. r
SIMON. Maurice, 7:. 1228 Marsellli
Dr M II ItlM i ili
TAYLOR Herad. ..". l"t" Venetian
Way Rlvei nidi
WEISS. Martin M I' N \\
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WINICK. I .hi- Wi I v v .
M it i lorilon
KAHN. Ji 1031 \ i: Ti
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KENT, Adellt I..M 225 l ollins ,
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DAVIDSON. Tilth -
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KAUFMAN. Julius I
M It Itiv. rsin.
KLEIN. Tilli... 7:.
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LANG, Strven Samu. I
In.s Avi... M r. i
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ROSMAN, Ixiuls, 77, |n||
Av. .\i ii Kn ersldi
STEIN. Albert, Stll I.
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I'm. Tres Dr RIversidi ei i
FINE. Rose Bolen, JO |N
\\, i ;..t don Intermi
GOLDBERG. Leon, M,
vv. m it Riverside. s
COURSE, K-luh 1.7. N Rt
I" .Vi it Kiversidi Petl
LUTERMAN. Mav D. ,OB4
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Nebo r hi
NELSON. Florence, 71 Ot|
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OBERHANO. Morris, >0
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SAFER. Marsha at
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AHEARN, Nan. i S

PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO Wllu.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS-
Whereas, CLAUDE I. EICHBL
Miami. Florida; IRVING J. WHIT-
MAN, .Miami. Florida; kith FITZ-
niiinuN. Miami, Florida -li.i on the
i..th day ..f April, ad. 1966 cause
to be Incorporated umi.r the laws of
the Mat. ,,f Florida V AND O IN-
TKRPR18E8, INC. oorjSraUon, with
ita principal place of business at I
Miami. Dade County in the State ..f
Florida, and whereas such corporation
did on the :'lth day ,,r .|UI1I. \ n
l.i.l. tails.' to l. f||,.,| i the'offh-,. |
of the Department of Bute of the
State f Florida, ih,. do.-um.-ntarv
authority required under -Jmkm
'"-.. Hon.la Btatutes, showing the
dissolution of such, corporation
Now. therefore, the Bei reUry of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that
toe requirements of the law have
been compiled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I |,nVe
hereunto set my hand and have af-
Rxed the Great Seal ..r the Bute of
Honil:,. a, Tallahassee, the Cipltal
this the^Twenty-PourUi Hay of June,
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of Bute
: 2 7ii
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-12470
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY XAGY,
Plali
Tils IR N'AGY,
Tl i 1 I"1 IR N \':\'
Mil '
i 'I.l It I.Iki \. J.-t
You, Tim 'i: -' \i; i
fled thai .. Bill f i mplaii
i ii
you are requiri
i-oui Lnswei I
of Complaint on Ihi I
torney, \ i: P i./ii:u Ksq ool D
.MAN. OOl DSTEIN ,v- PACZIEH l1
\\. -i Flagler Stre. t, Miami.. Kloi Ida
33135 and file i he original
or Pleading In the office ol Ihi Cli rk
of the Circuit Court on or befi n
6th day "f August, 1971 If you fall t"
I" so, ju.lnni.nl by default "ill be
taken agalnsl v..u for ihe relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall It published on.-.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F!RID!AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this o.,,j, ,|.IV ,,,- |U1,,. \ |,
L97I.
1-7 II LBATHERMAN, Cl.rk
Clreull c,.urt. Dade County, Florida
I'.y i- ropR-i vND
Deputy Cli rk
(Clreull court Seal i
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN &
PACZIER
;t"l West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 13135
Attorneys for Plaint iff
Tele: 642-3411
7 t-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, deslrina lo en
In business under the fictitious i
of FIDELITY REAL ESTATE A
VESTMENTS al ':,'." S u .,4th c
South Miami. Pla Intends t.. reg
saiii name with the "lerk ..f ih.
CUlt Curl of Da.I. Cniinlv. p*lor|(|
DAVID \ Rl ISENBLATT
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HARRIS Julian .1. 74. ,44 NK 77ih
si. Newman.
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ISRAEL. Paul. 1620 Weal Ave Mi:
Itiv. rsidi
LEVINE. Dsvid. 71, 1151 N.E Miami
i.ardi ns in Rlvi r -i.l.
MILLER. Philip, 7... 1160 N H I91sl
SI H ill lot, rm. tit Ml Ki I".
SamEi_S. Ruth Blone, ;" Island \\.
M It N. u ma i
SIPRESS. Mi Hie, 83, :44 Eu. lid Ave
Al H Gordon lutermenl All Klnal
VON HA-.LE Sallv > 174 N,..
mandi l ir m R "iv. .-i,i.
Goodman. Rlu, 75, :.......Collins \v.
Al II Itiv. i -i,l,
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BERKO. Badle 71
At It Kiv. n ill
BRULL. Helen, ".
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Page 15-B
IIG NOTKI
,
IN THeDCIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELSJfKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN XMO FOR DOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO 71-11831
NOTICfc BY PUBLICATION
>viU4U( ii.m: ::.v
Plau^g
JACKS' ". RAH KM
Jt.
rah i.m.'khon haii.k.m
|>i" ; land
t. Michigan
IK HEREBY NOT IK IK 11
im:'. for Divorce has
nicui u and you are
p> of your Ansu-
r or Mead" he Complaint on
I'lahulfTs : lit 'IIKKI i:
v HiTBJ.li': Uulldliur, Miami,
1 'l..ri.l NiKiwHU-Sr ill. nil) a In the office of
'" l'l<(Kf "'' -ull Curl on or
.fore^M :: *' "t -luly. I!7I. If
da s.i, ludginent by de-
ngulnst you for
:i... I: in Hi-- Complaint
Miami Florida, thin 21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

1EATHEUMAX
ol ir 'in ult Court
: N A HE WET T
-"Uiv i ii-rk
r- S ..
WHITE
jr Plaintiff
It lluil.lliig

1 :
/18 7,'2-9-K

IN THE CIRCLIT COU
ELCllNTH JUOICIA
IN ANO FOR DAOE
FLORIDA

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1.

RT OF THE
AL CIRCUIT
COUNTY.
CASE NO. 71-11798
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V RK:
1'iUtlon of
"SA IJBOiAVI.'M an EROYCOANlM. .111.,
r husband
'>: jiumjk v..; i i.vms
Rertfcfencc fr.knimn
CfTIIKi: M WNIMIS
Reside- Cnknown
YOU tfr h-r-'n imtifii-d thai
titlomsrs >i.i tiled a petition in
i- above- Htyl. I Curt for III.' ailop.
n of the minor l.l.lr.n therein and
u are nquir- I -how ,,u why
' najtu?Shp|i'' ol In- grunted l.y
i ving ST copv vur written dc-
iiwi. If m.> uii.li! MICHAEL A.
PSKY. Mai S..ntl, llavshore Drlv
-.onut On-v.
IHIOJMra.a..l
-r.-of with 111
or In-fore ii
in rwiidj) a .1-
linal you .-
WITNESS in-.
-i'I Court ai .>-
y of Jun. l-V
k n >
the
IK A
|. .i
r.-Uit OiUrt S. .:
i: r .in. Attorney for
i filing the orlelnal
- !--rk of --.i :-l l "i hir 1
: r i day ..f July IMi
-r--.- may be enterd
aid adopt Ion
h mil and iio >-. .1 of
.'i Florida, this lsth
'HERM W.
I'ircuit fouri
M KWKTT
' U-rk
; t! :
lOTICE NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
^'""SJL1;.
t business in
I.NTKK1
1974 N.l.
.in Hegel, i
I name v
iit Court
B.\
lly: Mar\
i'.KV A I
lorney foi
:V (JIVKN thai
|i firing to nii;.i(i'
lei fictitious name
BATHS, FTC.
itreet, North Ml-
ends to register
i iii k of the Cir-
.. I. i --u'lr-- Plot la
C, INC
S Aii loir*-. Prei Idenl
LNS ESQ.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-10648
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADRIANA A. ORTBOA,
Plaintiff
V.N
s k l: i: 111 m i iRTBOA,
Defendant.
TO: BBRGIO M. ORTB> ;.\
l(i-siii,-iiii- Unknown
You. BKROIO M. hK'IKKA. ari
hereby notified that a I till ol Coin
plaint f->r Divorce has been filed
.iKainat you, and you are required to
He.ve a uopj of youi Answer or Plead-
ing to th.- [till of Comol.iint on th.-
Ptalntifrx attorney, EKRON80N &
I.ITMAN. 812 Alnaley ItuiMniK, Miami
Florida ::::ij- and fil<- the orntlnal
APNwer or Pleading in tin- office of
th.- Clerk Bf th.- Circuit Court on or
before the 19th na> of July I'.'Tl If
you fil to do mi. Judgment by default
will I., taken agalnet you for the re-
lief demanded In the iiiii of Com-
plaint.
Thi.- notice (hall be pubiisiw-.i once
each u-.-ek tor four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FI.ORir>IAN.
nONE AND OIIDBKKIi at Miami.
Florida, Dili 2nd day of June AD.
B. B. UBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
By: c p COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
BFR0N80N & I.ITMAN
.1J Ainaaey Huil'llnc
Miami. Florida MISS
Attorn.-} s for Plaintiff
ii n-i8-2r, 7/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 IIKKKIIY GIVEN that
the uii.i.i iikfnad, Miring in iigagi
in business under Ihc. firtltinUH name
of ItlVIKRA HAY BCHOt'l. al 680(1
Ner> la. 'oral Qabli w, Floi Ida .
lo niri.-i.-i- mihI name with th.
untj.
of the Circuit C.-ui I ol l laili
Florida
CREATIVE COUNTRY i>\\
BCHOOh IN (XIRAI. UAHI.KS, IXC
a Florida uon>oi.-iIon
JAI "K Kl.ori.
Attorney for applli
Sg/i .s-..\l.o!,i Uulldini:
Miami, I'lori.i,,
6/11
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10822
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ i: m ink RUJPl il.l.
Plaintiff,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III;I: i:11V (IIVKN t] U
the unil-rsifii.-.l, iksirnm ,.....KHRe
III business under th< flctitiou namei
Of MANNY'.- RESTAURANT, MAN-
NY'S RESTAURANT A- i.or.\i;i:,
.MANNY'S I.OUNUK al 1670 Meridian
Court. Miami Roach, Fl.....I
fntendii lo n-clxler sai.l nunies with
the Clerk of the Circuit
Daile Countv. Florida.
LINCOLN HESTAUUANT, I:
a Flori.la coriiorutiiiii
JOSH REPHUN, ESQ.
Attorney for applicant
i:i"il Washington /.venue
Miami Beach, Fk,>rida
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|U. ceil. i;isrci.l, hajn-hy
led ii...i a Ilill ..f Com: laliit f"t
noun
I'i-.or..- has I., .a filed against you.
and you are rcqulMKl to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on tin Plaintiffs
attorney, HnCKHT ll. BURNS,
KSi.ifllli:. 3.10 Lincoln Kit, .Miami
I'.ea.h. Florida and file the original
Answer or ['leading In the offi. ol
th.- ci.-rk oi the Circuit Court on or
n On- I 1th day of July 1971 If
you fail lo .1.. .--. judgment by di fault
..hi be taken agamst \..u for the
relief demanded In the iiill of Com-
plaint,
Tin.- notice shall he publish. .1 once
..oh w.-i-k for four consecutive weeku
in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
i, this 4th day of June AD.
TiCE O^ ACTION
(CIHCLlT COURT OF THE
BTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DA IN AND FOR DADE
NTY CIVIL ACTION
No 71 -11762
IT FOR DIVORCE
>.M- C.i CKIt.
;(n:Ki:
re
1
BA l:< 'i'l'-
r nnwn
IMAS\ iinc.KU an- here-
thai .i Hill of Complaint
has beer file.! agnlnat you.
I you are i.-.|uire,1 to serve a copy
vour JMawcr ..r Plea.liiiK lo the It 111
Comnkilnt -.n the Plaintiffs at torn-
.. EFRflNsoN .< I.ITMAN. -.1- Mi' -
.y BttHptni:. Miami. Florida :.::141
-.id flfcrtgke nriKina! Answer or Pleacl-
iK In fh office of the Clerk of the
ircult CTnirt on or before the 3"lh
iav of Inly I'.'n you fail t.. do so.
udgmeqU b> default will he lakvn
i.ainat Hpu t.-r U-.e relief demanded
i the BH of Complaint
, Thle notice shall be published once
ich week for '..Ur conwecutlve weeks
THT4*EWISII "MOIMDIAN.
DONK AM' "LDKRKD at Miami.
KloridjC ^tils 1Mb .lav "f June AD
1971.
, I.K VTll HUMAN, ci.rk
run- Dade County, Florida
C P i'i iPKLAND
11. ur Clerk
J" |N \- I ITMAN
Building
ferl.la '
for I", .iiitiff
8 H 7, ;-'-!
i ircuk (
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiiKape
in hUMincHs under the fictitious iiann-
of AltHOTT A BON-OTT INTKKI-
"IIS at 2722 8.W. Uth Lane. .Miami.
Florida 23139 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of |>ade Cuntv. Florida
AltHOTT P.ON-OTT. INC.
CLAUDE U EICHBL
Attorney for Applicant
2fi \V nauler Street
Miami. Florida 23120
lt-18-2." 7 :'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2486 JOHN R. BLANTON
in RE Estate "f
Mi iZKI.I. WHITK
Ii.-c.-as. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Dema'itds Against Said
Estate:
^.u are herebj notified -\ requir-
ed to present any claims .nfi demands
which >'u nia\ have against th. es-
tate of MOZE1.L, WHITK deceased
late ..f Dad.- County, Florida, t" the
County Judges ol Bade County, and
file the same In dupllcat. rmd ..- .....
i nl. .1 In s- ption ila itu
ies, in their offices ..i the County
Courthous. -ii Bade County, Florida,
within \ :......in months from th--
time of the first publication hereof, ..r
Ihe -. me u ill hi nan ed
paled ai Miami. Florida, this --
I i) of tun. Al' 1971
n wi'v Titipp ;i:i:i:n
A Bxet utrix
First plil.ll.ali.il of lb .- iii.I
the 2nd .la% of July, ll'TI
MARTIN D I URIE
Ai lorn % for E. cutrix
IV I N W Tih Avi IUI
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11678
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMES RUSSELL FLETCHER
vs
i 'MA Fl ETCHER
To: I." 'MA FLETCHER
You I.o.MA FLETCHER, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce lias been filed agnlnel
you. and you are reqttlrd I" serve a
copy of >our Answer or Pleading l"
the lull of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
.attorney. HAMAR AND LURIE, BHO
I 4.'i4 NORTHWEHT 7th AVENUE,
MIAMI. FLORIDA 23121 and file the
oriKinal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3mh day of
July 1V71 If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken attains!
you for the relief demanded in the
Ilill 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 17th day of June AD.
I'.'Tl
11 It. 1.EATHEKMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dsde County. Florida
By: c P COPBLAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
IIAMAIt AND URIE. ESQ.
4V.4 N \\ 7tll Avenue
Miami. Florida 23121
Attorney- for Plaintiff
6'LT- 7 |.9-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUOGF S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-R74
In RE: Estate of
FRED P.I.AU
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdit.-rs and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pre.--.-ul any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estat. of FRED HI Al'. deceased late
of Bade County, Florida. t<> the Coun-
ty Judiccs of Dad.- County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 731.1(, Florida Si.nut.-. In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Daile County, Florida, within sjx
calendar months from Ihe time of
lb.- first publication hereof, or the
sain.- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thin u-111
da) of February, A D I971.
i:K( IRUE Ol LBERT
As Executor
First publication nf if- notice on
tin llth day of June, 1971,
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for
Estate oi Fred Bleu
Suit.- L':'\ on.- Lincoln R.l Bldg
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
ii ii-1- :-.; i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2287
In RE; Ei late of
VIVIAN BERKLEY
1 .. a. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person
Ii a C'nlmfl or l'. mi nd A ilnst s.u.l
Estate:
1 .-u an hi rebj nol fled n -1 n |Uir
ed i" pr an) claims in .i h you may have agal isi ii.- i
- of VIVIAN ItEHKl.KY d.-.e......I
Int. Bndi 'ounty Florida, to the
I Count J Judges of Dudi County, and
file tl >.. me In dup ......
vldi s. Bon I ridn 8tat-
uti n ;h.-ii offices i-i the County
Com ii n I ladi i 'U'll l-"l. rlda,
. u it- n -a ilendar m. ntl m the
time .: th.- first publication horeof, or
ni .-1M I., barred
Dated nl Miami, Floridi Tth
\ I I9TI.
II VltRV BERK I i:Y
\ i:\- ,i
First publlcntlon of this n< I
the 1 I th day of June. 11*71
KO.MME1 ROflERS, LORBER
,>c SHKNK.MAN
A' torney for Exe.-ut.-r
ti'e Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach, Flori.la 33139
/11-1M-2S 7 2
Flori.
1971.
K B LEATHBRMAN, cierk
I ir.uit Court. Dado Countv Florida
By: L. BNEEDEN
iK-puty CU-rk
(Circuit Court SeaH
HOBBRT ii BURNS
'..'." Uncoln ltd ,
Miami r..-ach. Fla.
Attorney for Tlaintiff
6. I1-18-S5 7/J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBT OU'BN that
th.- undersigned. deeRing to engase
in business under the fictitious name
\Nt;KI,s IIAR AND PACKAOE
STORE, at 30 N.a 14th Street, Miami
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida,
JAMES C HATFIKI.D and wife
MARY D HATFIKI.D
Ki -si. r. Roth, Sheradak) A
':. kermall
Attorneys for Applicants
is:.., s W .trd Avenue
6 ll-l-:5 7 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
In undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
nf ABBOTT .>. BOTf-OTT INTEP.I-
OHS. INC, al 2722 S.W. 23th Lane,
Miami. Florid.i 33133 intend! to reg-
r Kaid name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
AltltoTT &- IION-OTT. INC
i I Afl'i: I. EICHBL
Attorney for Applicant
.". u Plagler sir- t
Miami Kl.-iida 32130
fi 11-18-26 7 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4112
in RE: Bstate !
I'.KKNAkii UPSCHUTZ
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor) and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demnnds Against s.. i
Estate
Y..U are hereby notified and requffr*
ed to in-, -.-ni any claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate ..i BERNARD I.U'S. IH'TZ de-
ceased l..t. ol Montreal. jTnnada .to
th. Count) Judges of Dad.- County,
and file the sain.- in duplicate and as
provided in Section "33.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dad.- County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the tin.....f the first publt. atlon hereof,
or the same w ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tins l.'.th
da) .-: March, AD. 1971
HENRI LEWIS
As Ancillary Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th.- 2nd day ..f Julv, 1071.
RICHARD & GROSS
Attorney for
Ancillary Administrator
(412 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
7 2-9-16-W
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE PLUM at 11082 Hiscayne
Boulevard, North Miami r.3161 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
ROYAL OPERATING coup.
By: HKltTi'AM LBVINB
BAXTER & FRIEDMAN
Attorneys fur Applicant
1170 N.E. lisird Street
North Miami Leach, Florida
7/2-9-16-2J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
"f HAItol.D FRIEDMAN ELECT-
RONICS and or AUTO RADIO
SPECIALISTS at :::< N.E. 2nd Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida Intends to regist-
er said name- with the Clerk of the.
Circuit Court of Had.- County, Florida.
if ;i:i: RANKIN
ENTERPRISES, INC.
STi INK \- s- ISTCHIN
Attorneys for Applicant
l"l N W l.'ih Avenue. Miami. Fla.
By: l iavi.1 k. stone
7 2-9-16-23
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
D FOR DADE COUNTY.
ORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-1549
RTHUR W. PRIMM
tate ..I
KICK
I
TICE TO CREDITORS
Mtom I All Personi iv
or Demands Again i Bajd
herel v r
. ni any id
ma\' h.i .*
V ZCICK
ii'v. I
titled and i. ,il"
lims an.I demandi
against the tat"
.'.....I late of
la. to Ihe Pout "
ll
tud^^Hf Dad- and file the
lie gWiluoli. .... ami as orovid.-d '
- tiotn .'lit. Ii
^pces In the County Court-
Dude County, Florida. Witt"
mlai in -nhs from Ihe tlm
irst nu'illcatlon hereof, o'
will be barred
t Miami, Florida, llii" 161'
no. A I 1971
i-i 111 IP ZITICK
\- Bxei utor
ublicatlon of this notice or
dav of Iii.i. V.7I
* FRIEDMAN
for Executor
163rd Street
mJ Beaoh. Florida
6 2S 7'2-3-16
orih
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2494
'n RE Estate of
PAUL \\ MILLER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
".. All Uredlli is a.nl All Personi Hai
ng Claims or Demands Against Said
ate
You are hereby notified and ren.ii r-
il to present any claims an i di man i.i. h you may have against the es-
ite of PAUL w Mil l BR. .! '' 'I
'ati Dade County, Florida, lo th"
'ounty Judg< "i I' i-i. County, and
i. the same i" '111"lieIt' and
del in Section 731 16, I loi id i s ntu-
u in ihelr ffli i- In the i'ount)
'ourthousi in Dade County, Florida,
'iliin Hit calendar months from the
me ..f Ihe first publication
the eHtn \\ ill be barred.
I inter! ai Miami, Floi Ida, tl
ay of June. A D 1871
FRIED V CONN
As Executrix
virst publication "f this notice on
,. ",-,'h d ,v .-I June, 1971
Mi'N. ll \Y* A ORUNDWERG
t torney a foi Executrix
ii Alnsley Tlulldliie
liami. Florida Mill i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11062
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM A DITTLOFV,
Plaintiff,
Vs
-MARTHA MARIE DITTLOFF,
Defendant.
TO: MARTHA MA HIE DITTLOFF,
3" Mull.-n Avenue
Witnaque. N'.-w Jersey "74;.".
You. MARTHA MARIE DlTTlopp.
are hereby notified that ;i Ilill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
fiKainst you. and you are required 'o
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
Ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, I, I! MAYERS,
-, ." Seybold Ituildinir. Miami. Florida
33132 and file the original Answer nr
Pleading In th.- office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of July 1971 If you fail to
do so. judcm.-ni hi- default will '"
taken asainst yon for the relief de-
manded In the IIIII of Conn.lain!
This noli..- shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Tin: JEWISH FIOR1DIAN.
PONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, this Mil dav of June A.D
1971
E I! I EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dadi Cmtv Florida
lly: C P Cl >PEI VXD
I'.'-iim Clerk
(Circuit Com t s.-ali
I 11 MAYERS
An..ni. v for Pli
. < hold Kuildi"

.... 5 ,2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 71-1096."
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
VIVIAN M. B' INCHICK.
Plaintiff.
NORMAN JAY BONCHICK,
I.. fendant.
To XORMAN JAY BONCHICK
- n Robei'. Bonclilck
Union Avenue
Harrison. Now York 10538
V I- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
:. action for Divorce has been
led ..t.cost v-u and you arc re-
qulred t.. serve a copy of your writ-
len defenses, if any, lo n on HENRY
NORTON. attorney for plaintiff,
whose ad.lr.ss is 1416 Blarayne Build-
ing, Miami. Florida 21136, and file
the oricinal with the clerk of the
above styled .-ourt on or before July
it.. IS71; otherwise default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded ill the complaint or petl-
W1TNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this 7th day of June IOT1.
E It I.EATHKRMAN.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dude County. Florida
By: It M KISSES
As iv-puty Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
14UI1 ltiscaviie Ituilding
Miami. Florida 33130 ,. ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol CAMPBELL'S GROCERY AND
MEATS ai ..-".I N w 32nd Avenue
Miami. Florida Intends to register said
name with the Pit rk of the ''.- ult
'"urt of Dade County, Florida
N ATI l A MEL CA M PI IELL
Sole Propi
\ a 12nd Avi lie
ml. Florid .
BERNARD P Gi DFARR Esn
Ail.-in. i N thnnl. I Calm bell
.-" N IV 27th Avenue
Miami
2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl i TICK IS 11 HHEB^ OI\ I'.'N '
the undersigned, desiring :-. engage
in busine mi.I. i th, flctll on- i.am.
of Pl-:i:i..\ FI'RNITl 'RJ .' N'.W.
7th Ave Miami. Florida, int.n.1 to
ir,-"V register said name ixilh thi
ncieoi, .
the 'In u.i Court
Florida
I iated al M iami
laj "i June '"'I
PERIJV n KNii'l
- 'ounty,
Floi ids Ihls 111li
RE i ship)
SEBASTI VN VEGA
(Co-Part neri
ANDRES SEBASTIAN VEGA
(Co-Partner)
RICARDO .ir w RBtH'EIRO
(Co-Partner)
".'- :
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10720
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS It. DWYElt, .11!..
Plaintiff
vs.
WILHELMIXA DWYKIt. a k a
LINDA M DWYBR,
Defendant
TO: WIl.HKLMINA HWYU! a.'k a
LINDA M. DWVI'.K
39 Spi. .r Itoad
Weetport, Connet tlcut 06880
You. WILHBLMINA DWYBR, a'k'a
LINDA M DWYBR, are hereby notifi-
ed that a BID "f Complaint for Di-
vorce has ben filed against you,
u nr- required t" serve a copy
if v.ur Answer or Pleading t" the
BUI Of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
.hi irney, PAUL KWITNEY, SILVER-
STEIN. KWTTNBY ft KROOP, 120
I.in, ..In Road, Mian, I'.. ... I Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing :n the offi. e of the Clerk ol the
Circuit '"ourt on or I..fore the 14th
July. |Ml, If you fail i" do so,
judgment by Default will be taken
you for the relief demanded in
i Bill '..i Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four const utlve weeks
In THE JEW ISH i-l.i IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Ploi Ida, this 3rd day of June A D.
ll'TI.
1' B LE VTHBRM VNT, Cli rk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count) Florida
By: I, SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
-'ir.uil Court S. al i
I.KK ITNKY
sILVERSTEIN, fCWITNET A KROOP
il'h Lincoln Road,
Vllaml Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
fi 11-18-25 ".'2
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11589
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LINDA SUSAN DEAL
Plaintiff,
i>
JBFFERIE H DEAL
TO: si. l Jeffene K. Deal
229 Al'N Co
Al'o San Francisco,
California UtiSSN
You. JBFFERIE I'. DEAL are here-
i by notified that a Ilill of Complaint
(or Divorce bus been filed against
you, and you are required to scr\ a
copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Hill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, POLLACK, YOCOM
& PATH, 17i"i N \V. 7th Street. Suite
100. Miami, Florida 3312.'. <4l-9996)
and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 22nd day of July. mi. If you
fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief .1. in.,n.l. .1 in the Rill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FliOHIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th day of June A.D.
E B l.EATIIKKMAN. 'lerk.
Circuit Court. Dad.- County. Florida
By: N A IIKWKTT
Deputy Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
POLLACK. YoeoM & FATII
1700 Northwest 7th Street
Suite Ii"'. Miami. Florida (Mi-MM)
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ ^ ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
MEYER FRANK
l leceasi -i _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Vll Pel ons h.v-
, i in- or I'.ni in.is Against Saul
l-'.siat.:
you ar.- hereby notified and requir-
d io present anj claims and demands
i-hich vou m.iv haw await,: the es-
tate oi MKN ER FRANK dec. ed
.....i Bade County, Florida, to tlm
Judges of Dade county, and
- the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 713.16, Florida Btatu-
- s. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from tlm
time of the first publication I
oi i'l same win be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
dav of May, a n i:-7i
DAVID J FRANK
Ai Executor
First publication "f this notice on the
11th dav nl June. Il'71.
STANLEY M PRED
Attorney for Executor
801-0tl bade Federal Pudding
Miami. Florida 33121
C 11-18-25 7/J
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Rich's Whip Topping 3cS99'
SERVICE DELICATESSEN AVAILABLE AT STORES
WITH SERVICE COUNTERS. ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH
MEATS SLICED TO YOUR ORDER. .AND ON DISPLAY
FOR YOU TO SEE.
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BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 80C LB
CORNED BEEFo.
MEDIUM OR RARE r ^
ROAST BEEF -wacc
SAVE 40c LB FRESHLY SMOKED
Sliced Nova Scotia Lox Sf 89c
98
BONUS SPECIAL? SAVE 90C
MARHOEFER
FULLY COOKED
FRENCH ONION. CLAM, CHEDDAR ONION
Master's Dips \UZP 33e
TRY ME! I'M NEW' CREAMY CHOCOLATE
Master's Pudding por'So^XSI 49e
LOW FAT CREAMED
Les'Cal Cottage Cheese leu0/ 39c
CAWC O. r^-___^
2-1B.
ACTION SAVINGS UP TO 30 COFFEE
1 MAXWELL HOUSE.FOOD FAIR
QUICK ACTION! SAVE 60< ON TWO PKGS
;1-LB. BAG
I REGULAR
! OR
I ELECTRA
PERK
ALL GRINDS
OR ALL
PURPOSE
FYNE
| TASTE
0 l-LB.
CAN
SAVE 8c FOOD FAIR
Creamed Cottage Cheese
QUART oce
con'- Ow
A DELICIOUS TREAT
69
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3

LIMIT ONE EITHER BRAND, PLEASE WITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF 57 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES,
or
KNOCKS
r-uHi.riAs.ts. OF 5/ OR MORE .EXCLUDING CIGARETTES. ~ = LIMIT 2 PKGS .. =
^IHIMERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS! SAVE THEM! II Iff luwmtt'JL^iSr* %
K2T. -....., ~r ^"'""tMWS GREEN STAMPS! YOUR BOHUS.'llllF
Yellowtail...................79c
$1.79 VALUE
Coppertone Lotion or Oil
FRUIT 'N FLOWER
?am(H9 BATH OIL
SAVE 9c FROZEN
Birds Eye Peas 4
10-O2.
PKGi
89'
STRAWBERRY HALF
LAVENDER GAL.
PEACHY CREME BTL
FILLET $109
FRESH CUT 1^*^
GENUINE | LB