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

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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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isco May Be Asked To Postpone Visit
By Special Report
JERUSALEM In view of
tact that officials here tee
tittle chance Bar the projected
|:: iil-July peace mission planned
Assistant Secretary of State
[." -]h J. Staco to succeed, nt
time and liocause they be-
li, ve thai it it failed it would
n ducea the likelihood of attain
I log a Mideast |ieace, Mr. Sisco
may be asked to postpone his
\ isit. it has been reported.
Diplomatic source* in Tel Aviv
reported that dkoaaetaaa are
continuing between the United
States und Israel, however, and
a tiuai decision ha* not vet been
reached.
The independent newspaper
Maariv said that Israel may in-
struct its Ambassador to the
United States. Yitzhak Rabin, to
meet with Mr. Sisco and convey
Jerusalem's negative feelings
about the Impaneling trip, which
was tentatively scheduled for
July 15.
Air. Sisco. who was in the
Middle But with Secretary of
State William l\ Rogers l.,st
May, figured praminentlj in
conveying the pmpcaals ot Israel
and Egypt regarding the reopen -
Ing or the Bnee Canal, blocked
since the Six-Dav War.
According to the afternoon
newspainr Yediot Achronot.
"Jerusalem is doubtful whether
Sisco's vicit is at all advisable
at this time and whether it can
be at all profitable. A possible
failure of his mission may even
ivate the i
tion." the repot t said.
There have been indication-,
that the State Department ha.*
abandoned one of the major
points on which it had previous-
ly lieen in full agreement with
Israelthat no Egyptian troops
could cross the canal, even it the
Israelis did pull hack. It is also
believed that Mr. Sisoo's trip is
lor the purpoHe of selling" a
new State Department policy
advocating a more extensive Is-
raeli withdrawal Irom the Suez
than wao earlier envisioned.
T '. i middle-rank a m i
." in ivi d in aii VI
put sue intensive '' S
to t;i t the canal eoi led
a ; art of an Interim n.
m ; pre ding the perman it
Middle Kast peace sottlen-. i
Israel, however, insists on se-
cure boundaries and has refused
to accede to Egyptian demands
for an Israeli pullback to be fol-
lowed by an Egyptian croesiri
of the waterwav.
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IVoiume 44 Number 28
Miami, Florida Friday, July 9, 1971
Price 20 c
Cabinet Disapproves
Rabin's Assessment
JERUSALEM iVVNSi In
: unusual move, the Cabinet
>k steps to let the preas and
errorists Pursued
[By Israeli Patrols
TEL AVIV .WNSi For the
second time in .< week. Israeli
patrols have entered Lebanon in
nit of terrorist croups.
In the most recent incident, a
I itrol intercepted a terrorist
ing near MacgaUot in Upper
ralilee and pursued it about two
miles into I^ianon. One ter-
waa killed and an ither
- itinded. There were no Israeli
tsualties.
Israeli Settlements near the
Strip hue begun restoring
barbed wire fences t'> In-
the safety of their field
orkers. The action was taken
Luse f Increased terrorist
ty, infiltration and mine
:ng.
radio know it had discussed and
disapproved the views on U.S.
Middle East policy voiced by
Yitzhak Rabin. Israels Ambas-
sador to the United States, over
the Israeli radio.
In the interview, Rabin, who
reportedly Spoke without clear-
in,1 his views with the govern-
ment, said the United States was
"above all" concerned with as-
stiring her own interests in the
Middle East and did not want a
situation whore Israel's friend-
ship was her only asset in the
area. Therefore, he said, "the
United States is searching for a
settlement even at the cost of
most of the territories Israel
captured in the Six-Day War."
Regarding the UN.. Rabin
said, "It is time to realize that
what happens at the United Na-
tions is of no significance. It is
an Institution for demagoguery.
its decisions are meaningless un-
less the United States supports
them."
Kishinev Prisoners Receive
1-5 Years In Labor Camps
NEW YORK (JTA)All nine
Jewish defendants in Kishinev
were sentenced June 30 to labor
camp terms ranging from one
to five years, Jewish sources
here report d.
The heaviest penalty was met-
ed out to David Iserovich Cher-
noglaz. a 31-year-old agrono-
mist with a wife and year-old
child who was arrested last June
15. Anatoly Moiseyevich Gold-
fold was sentenced to four years:
the prosecution had asked for
five. Hillel Zalmanovich Shur.
who went on a hunger strike
and was said by the prosecution
to deserve three years in prison.
received a two-year term.
Two-year terms were also
meted out to AJeksiuvlor (ral-
perin. Abraham Trakhtenbere.
Kemeon Abramovich I.evit, Ar-
kady VoloHhin and Oari Kirsh-
ner. David Rabinovich got a one-
year term. Because the trial mi
held in a Supreme Court, in this
en*e the Moldavian, there are no
appeals, but olemencv is po~iiile.
Glenn Richter, national co-
ordinator of the Student Strag-
gle for Soviet Jewry, said th!
sentences might have been less
severe if world public opinion
had been stronger. The defen-
dants were charged with anti-So-
viet agitation and or
and complicity in an a'.leged sky-
jacking attempt.
Philip F.. Hoffman, president
of the Aiiieriein Jewish font-
fittee, said the SSgaidiallWH was
"e* "-ecially I IK tl inert" at the sen-
tences. "Political trials against
Jewish dissidents are the
Soviet Union's way of continu-
ing a tradition of repression
whose roots go bn<"k to f'-irist
times," he said. "The A-K'om-
mittee. eettuhlished as a response
to Russian blgOUy and criminali-
tv. pledges itself to a continued
struggle to rescue th Jews who
are living under Soviet per-
secution today."
Dr. William A. Wexler. presl-
deat of B'nai B'rith, said th i
conviction of the Kishinev le-
fer.dants called for "White Hou
condemnation" of the "arrogant1'
Soviet policy of "denying basic
an rights." The convictions,
h said, were part of the K.
lin's "continuing campaign of in-
timidatins Soviet Jews. md
"the political immorality inher-
ent in these trials, arising from
th-' Jews' wish to emigrate, is l
internal Soviet matter, but rath-
er a violation of international
principles and law."
Dr. Wexler, who is also chair-
man of the Conference of Pr**>-
idents ol Major American Jew-
ish OrganiTations, declared. "Th*
Soviet trials are contemptuous ot
these international obligations,
and our government needs ; >
speak out on this matter."
Richard Mnass. chairman >f
American Jewish Conferen '
oti Soviet Jewry, denounced th?
sentences as further examples if
Continued on Page 2-A
CIA Direetor Visits Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) Well placed sources
indicated that the visit to Israel this week by
Richard Helms, director of the UjS. Central Intel-
ligence Agency, was to confer with Israeli leaders
on the Israeli security needs and the global implica-
tions of the Soviet penetration of the Middle East, a
subject Secretary of State William P. Rogers de-
clined to discuss when he Vtntted Israel last May.
Another possible reason advanced for Helms' visit
was the interrogation of recent immigrants from
the Soviet Union; Israel has allowed no such inter-
rogation until now on grounds that it might jeop-
ardize the emigration of other Jews from the
U.S.S.R. A Foreign Ministry spokesman who con-
firmed that Helms was in Israel said that he had
met with Premier Golda Meir. Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan and Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
The Ministry made the acknowledgement only after
'he Holms visit, supposed to bo top secret, was
leaked to newspapers, apparently from source- m
the US i See story. Page 1-Bi.
Israel Withdraws Offer
JERUSALEM (WNSi Without actually say-
ing so, Israel has withdrawn its offer to provide
food and medicine valued at $2,857 to the Organiza-
tion of African Unity. The offer created an uproar
in South Africa, one of Israel's staunchest friends.
News Briefs
because the OAU supports guerrilla movements
fighting against South Africa's apartheid policy.
An Israeli government announcement stated that
on May 18. Israel had offered to donate food, medi-
cine and blankets valued at ten thousand Israeli
pounds to the OAU. Since no word has been re-
ceived from the OAU, Israel had donated that
amount to the UN. High Commissioner for Refu-
gees for the Education Fund for African Refugees.
Justiee Dept. Agrees
WASHINGTON (WNSi In a surprise move,
the Department of Justice has agreed to turn trans-
scripts of wire tapped phone conversations obtained
without court order over to Jewish Defense League
members on trial on gun conspiracy charges. The
Department's action was taken after Brooklyn U.S.
District Court Judge Jack Weinttein signed an
order forbidding the defendants to make public the
contents of the transcripts.
Allon Raised $5.5 Million
NEW YORK iWNS" Leo Bernstein, vice
president of the Israel Bond Organization announced
that Deputy Prime Minister Yigal Allon in a one-
week "whirlwind" coast-to-coast tour in the Closing
days of June had raised $5.5 million for Israel Bonds.
Bernstein is in Israel to confer with Finance Minis-
ter Pinhas Sapir on plans for the Bonds Fall
campaign.
Demonstrators Attacked
JERUSALEM (WNSI Ten persons, including
two policemen, were injured when yeshiva students
demonstrating against the "descration of the Sab-
bath" by the Egged bus cooperative were attacked
by non-religious youths armed with sticks and
stones. Two hundred demonstrators, led by Rabbi
Amram Blau. gathered at the Central Bus Terminal
at 5 p.m., July 3 (the Sabbath ended at 7:32 p.m.)
to shout "Sabbath. Sabbath" at passing cars and
Egged buses; they were attacked despite the efforts
of police. The clashes continued for several hours
and many youths were arrested on both sides.
I 111 To Open Israeli Of flee
TEL AVIV IWNS' -- Niel Rothberg. interna-
tional coordinator of the Jewish Defense League,
told a press conference the JDL will open an Israeli
office to take charge of its international activities.
He denied that the office was being opened because
of harassment by American authorities. The JDL s
Israeli members I estimated at 13' are planning ti
hold demonstrations shortly in in effort to pr>
Premier Golda Meir's government to seek the re-
lease of Abraham Hershkowitz, an Israeli now serv-
ing a five year prison term ::: America for passport
violations.


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*Je*ist> Meridian
fnday. July 9. ify
Haber Reports On JDC
Project In Bucharest
A Socio-Moiiicil Center has been
opened in Bucharest to provide
medical cure and social services for
needy and aged handipajiped Jews
either at the Center or at home.
Samuel L. Haber, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, announced last week.
"The Center was established by
the Federation of llitmunian Jew-
ish Communities, with technical
and financial assistance from the
Joint Distribution Committee.
JlX's expenditures in Rumania in
li'71 arc expected to exceed H.-
600.600." Mr. Haber adderf.
"Those who are well enough
Come to the Center on foot or by
bus; those who are housebound
and bedridden are visited at home
bj i doctor, nurse's aide or social
worker, depending upon the situa-
tion." Mr. Haber said. "In addi-
tion to the social and medical
sen ices, the Center acts as a
clearing house for the Federation's
welfare program, compiling infor-
mation and referring the needj
aed to other services available
in i c i ommunity," he added.
"Arnons the r |iro\ I
din 'i'\ by thr Center are mod
\ minations and < elfarc consul-
l*H >ns, m< die I an l nursing care,
eitl or at home,
i ied !ca 1
drugs." Mr
T i (".-HI r h!s
ikes tion sen
': referrals. This
which
P I in th* h isher ean-
h -;;>. Man.>
ind in-
direct s." h added. "Pro-
cedures v irki d out
" le spec cli Is :' r diabet-
ics and iple who n
them.
"Th. (' -nter ip ites in 18-1
n ;; i For the most infirm
d. Another home,
'Hi :'." I> ds, Is under constt i -
tion, bill sen this ui'l fall sh i I
of meeting the needs." Mr. Haber
reported.
' Approximately half ot the -i.0O>
needy aged on the Federation's re-
lief rolls have already been
screened to determine which of
them should be placed on the Cen-
ter's active caseload for one or
more of its services," Mr. Haber
said. "However, the health and
functional capacities of the needy
Iged are precarious and subject to
deterioration with advancing age.
To allow for these changes the
'enter will conduct periodic re-
assessment* of the medical and
ocial needs of the aged," he con-
cluded.
The JDC receives funds for its
health, welfare and herabiHtation
programs in '_o countries overseas
primarily from the campaigns of
the United Jewish Appeal. In Mi-
ami, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign provides funds for
JDC programs.
Bureau Facilities
In New Building
The Bureau of Jewish Education
In- moved into its new quarter* In
the recenOj completed building ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion at -1200 Biscayne Blvd., ac-
cording to Jack S. Popick, pn si-
dent
The Bureau, its centt J v s i
library, four classrooms for hi"rh
school and college, offices for the
executive director, associate di-
rector, consultants, secretarial ot
fices lake up n large section of
the f;i-t i'l o". it- now telephone
number is 731-22"S.
M-s. Anna Sintow, lihrari in, re-
minds borrowers that all outstand-
ing i>ook.s must be returned to (he
library it its new location.
The public is invited to visit the,
beautiful new spacious quarters
occupied by the Bureau in the;
Federation Building.
Shaloma Group Card Party
The Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah is planning n card part)
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Shore
Club. In charge ol res -rvntions
are Effie P'atofi Mrs. Belle I!
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the Soviet government's contin-
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its Jewish elifapin and dtocouf-
thim from applying t"<
migration lo Israel. Urging In-
,; is, ii woi ill efforts t" halt the
trials "i SoviH Jews. h>' called
tin trials "horrors <>t Individual
and group repn ssion "
The Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, in a cable t th.' Mayor ol
Kishinev, called th-- trial "remi-
niscenl of the wont excesses ol
Stalinism and Czarism" and as*
serted that the nine defendants
"committed the alleged crime ol
v.ishing t live in Israel "
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Labor Committee Named To Justice Goldberg Is
First Jewish'Bible
Week' Chairman
Community Relations Group
I'l'lie Jewish Labor Committei
become a member of tin
e'alet Miami Jewish 1". derg
MOKTOH SIIBIKMAN
HI8 Community Relations Corn-
ill,,. according to Morton Sil-
rm.m. Community Relations
fcmmittee chairman.
Jewish Labor Committei'
II be par! ol the formal commlt-
dcliberations geared to keep-
the total Jewish community
ormed of the major local, na-
)n.il and overseas events affect-
. a of the Jew ish people,
ermai expl lit ed.
Other members of the Commun-
ity Relations Committee include
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, the Anti-Defamation League
of B-'nai B'nUhi the American Jew-
ish Congress, the American Jewish
Committee, Jewish War Veterans.
National Council of Jewish Women
and Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
The Community Relations Com-
mittee has been lormally accepted
as a member of the National Jew-
ish Community Relations Advisory
Council, the parent organization
of more than 200 community rela-
tions committees, Mr. Silberman
announced.
The Committee is presently par-
ticipating, through its Conference
on Soviet Jewry, in the organiza-
tion of formal protests directed at
the Soviet Union's oppressive acts
against its Jewish population. It is
also endeavoring to create a posi-
tive public approach in seeking a
peaceful settlement in the Mid-
east, and publishes a cross section
of views on Israel and the Arab
world in the "Mideast Report."
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Justice Arthur J. Goldberg of
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as chairman of National Bible
Week, has announced the appoint-
ment of Jarrell F. MeCraeken of
Waco. Tex., as Special Gifts chair-
man.
National Bible Week, now in its
Sill year, is observed Nov. 21-28.
coinciding with Thanksgiving, the
nation's only non-sectarian relig-
ious holiday. It is sponsored by the
Laymen's National Bible Commit-
tee, an interfaith organization
founded in 1940 to encourage Bible
reading and promote the religious
training of the young. Cooperating
organizations include the Ameri-
can Bible Society, the Greek Or-
thodox Archdiocese Laity Depart-
ment, the Jewish Committee for
National Bible Week and the U.S.
Center for the Catholic Biblical
Apostolate.
Mr. MeCraeken, president of
Word, Inc., said to be the world's
largest recording company and
publisher of inspirational books,
is also president of Waco's Sym-
phony Orchestra and director of
ils YMCA.
In response to the chancing needs
of the community, B major altera-
tion in the use of Federation funds
allocated to Mount Sinai Hospital
was approved recently by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Board of Directors. This innova-
tion was the result of a recommen-
dation by the Federation's Budget
Committee and Mount Sinai
Hospital,
In an attempt to gear its sup-
port to a specific Jewish popula-
tion, Federation's funds will now
help underwrite a jxjrtion of the
care ol indigent Jewish in-patients
who qualify for neither Medicare
nor Medicaid.
This year's $120,000 Federation
allocation to Mount Sinai will
purchase this specific service for
the Jewish community, and thus
formula will be re-evaluated prior
to the Federation budget hearings
next year.
In a joint statement. Milton
Weiss, Federation president, and
Max Orovitz, chairman of the
Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai
Hospital, expressed enthusiasm
over lliis mutual effort which rec-
ognizes the need for defraying
cists incurred on behalf of indi-
gent Jewish in-patients at Mount
Sinai.
"A significant number of indi-
viduals and families with an in-
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do not qualify for public welfare
Medicare or Medicaid. and cannot
carry the burden of liospital can
for themselves and their families,'
stated Weiss and Orovitz. "Thi
Jewish community recognizes ir-
responsibilities not only for main-
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highest quality, but also for pro-
viding care '.-> those in need.''
Mount Sinai Hospital is one ot
47 agencies participating as Fed-
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Volume 44
Friday, July 9, 1971
Number 28
16 TAMUZ 5731
Allocations Still Inadequate
Allocations to the agencies affiliated with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for the coming year will be the
greatest ever in the 33-year history of our community. But
this fact is overshadowed by the reality that the amount is
still inadequate to meet the needs of the continuing ex-
pansion of the Jewish population of Greater Miami. The
Federation leadership must some day confront that reality,
and that day cannot be far off.
The 1971 campaign on behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund obviously did not reach the
high goals set at the beginning of the year although it
exceeded all other previous campaigns. The depressed
American economy played a large role much greater
than anticipated and the continued failure to add sub-
stantial large numbers of new givers proved a great dis-
appointment. Here, too, those committed to the highest
:deals of Judaism must soon face up to a situation which
may be beyond solution.
With the tremendous pressures to meet some of the
problems faced by Israel and other overseas needs, it
seems hardly proper to raise the question now of domes-
tic needs but the issue is being joined more and more at
conferences of Jewish leaders and it would be short-sighted
to try to avoid it. There is great concern about the quality
of Jewish life in America in general and what seems to
be the loss of Jewish commitment by our youth. In part, the
Federation allocation recognizes this with greater em-
phasis on education first time support for the day school
movement is one indication and on the campus with a
substantial increase of the local Hillel program. It provides
for Israel and camp study programs and seed money for
the development of a College of Jewish studies.
But in the larger Jewish scene this seems almost a
pittance compared with what is needed if we are to meet
the serious challenge of the 7G"s a challenge that, if
ignored, can affect adversely the future of our people in
the generation just ahead. More money, of course, is one
answer. In the absence of funds, if we are to measure the
future by past performance, then a speeding up of the
process of re-arranging priorities is first on the agenda for
the new year.
Protests, Pressures Must Not Relax
Although the world was not privileged to aet a view
ofthe latest trial of Soviet Jews, those who saw the movie
The Confession." which played here recently, saw an
enactment of a Communist-type court proceeding that re-
vealed the true nature of the confessions reported by the
Communist news agencies. The comparatively light sen-
tences the defendants received is same indication that
the Soviet prosecutors didn't believe the charges them-
selves but are persistent in maintaining their campaign of
intimidation against those Jews who dare to speak up for
their rights as human beings.
It is not stretching the parallel too far to liken the
tnal which took place in Kishinev to the 1906 pogrom in
that same Russian city which shocked the world As the
head of the American Jewish Committee said, "Arthouah
legal instruments are now used, the intent remains the
same: the suppression of Jewish life and tradition"
American Jewry, in 1906, mobilized world opinion
against the Czarist pogroms and it is obvious that protests
and pressures must never relax until the present day
Communist pogroms are halted and Soviet Jews are given
at the very least, the same privileges as other citizens of
that terrorized land.
MATTER OF FACT
bv JOSEPH ALSOP

WASHINGTON It would
be pleasanter to celebrate the
anniversary of this republic in the
traditional manner, which may
have been self-satisfird but was
at least not depressing. Instead,
it one is realistic, it is necessary
to report that we are face-to-
face with a revival of McCar-
thyism left-wing now. with
right-wing to follow later, per-
haps
THE horror of McCarthy-
Ism did not lie 'ii Sen Joi Mc-
Carthy himself, who was I
drunken, aimless though shrewd
guttersnipe from Wiscons n. The
real horror lav in I
to the charges made by this un-
pleasant and empty man by
many ol the people in institu-
tions occupying the command-
ing h< ights of American society.
Senator Robert A. Taft. who
hoped that his brand of Repub-
licanism would be aided by Mc-
Carthy, is only one example. The
great newspapers, university
rds of trustees, other groups,
institutions and persons who
ought to have known better had
tter be p iss< d over in decent
silence.
IT is enough to say thai the
llegedly Com-
munist Army dentist from c.\]>-
Trie 616 BROT, JKfi UTEN[NQ IN
COMMENT
Is it too much to hop, that
Justices Black and Douglas, like
our Great Lawgiver, live to be
120?
They are both men well be-
yond normal retiring age. fitting
well Franklin D. Roosevelt's
complaint of the 'Nine Old
Men." except in the freshness of
their thinking and the brilliance
j of their written opinions. The
I intent of the First Amendment.
Justice Black wrote last week,
was that "The press was tc serve
the governed, not the governors,"
j a quotation that I ,,m confident
will live as long as we continue
to hold on to our rights
AND so it js a hit frightening
to think that another four years
| of President Nixon would see
the replacement of these vener-
able men who have done so much
to defend, preserve and advance
! OUT Bill of Rights these many
| years.
As I look back to my earliest
recollections of our Supreme
I tour* at least as far back
as the charges against FDR
I don't believe that anv Presi-
dent has packed the Court u
effectively as President Nixon
His two appointments have di-
r! lhe CUrt from ,h<" P'h
t had been taking in develop-
Ing human rights hack to its old
course where property rights
were paramount.
THE IRONY or shouW
Justice Burger and j1Kti(V
Biaclunun were named by Pres-
ident Nixon becaiiM th. y wi re
reputed to be "strict construc-
tionists," akin in law to a Bible
fundamentalist, but in their
most recent decisions have done
damage to the most fundamen-
tal concepts of our Bill of Rights
as they relate to separation of
church and state and freedom
of the press.
Justice Blackmun's outraged
"last against the press ,n his
kwing dissent was Injudicious
'> the least, and teamed out
of character tor a man who
' Quite content to nestle
m the shadow of the Chief Jus-
tice. I had sort of sized him up
along the lines of Frank Hague's
i rotestant nonentity, A Harry
Moore, the only Senator to vote
"gains! Soda! Security on the
rounds ,h.lt it "would take the
romance out of old age."
OJ VOICING the majority
opinion that denied juvenile de-
fendants the right of jurv trial
Jjfcj H.ackmuns nuiona.e
was it could "put an end to
what has been tno ld
pros.-.,,,Ianint,maU.in
protective proceeding." ,,,.
mantic reading that has little
'" *> With the faets of juvenile
ESS? ,Ri" h-
*^'ntheTbiV3s.fttcaa,
> shapes up more as the kind
f mean old man FDR meant "n
""""--d,y and ,...;?
One should not overlook Jus.
J 5-nnan.nr;;s,,,.
**>"" i lefender ol the
tain to major long occupta) i
share of the front pagi s of a
newspapers in this country. E\
if you accepted th. argument
that "this is the news lwmc)l
probably was. horrifjta
enough!), editorials seriously J.
nouncing such twaddle u Ing'tJ,
news" were few and far he.
tween with certain honorable
exceptions like th.- \V |.
Post.
Researchers are recon mended
to examine the coveragi of th*
real test-case of that .:a. th
case of Dr. J. Rob. n i
heimer. by the newsp. that
claims preeminence. It n rinded
you ol the letter vrritti by the
dentist's wife, against wh m th
late Capt. Joseph Patters >n tried
what had best be called ,
forcible approach.
"I AM NOT angry, oi
tie sick at heart." WTOti M Ar-
tist's wife to Capt P itl ri
from amidst her ripped and tal
tered flounces. Th.- result :
view of the Oppenheime
as firsthand witnesses
tify. pleased the vict.rn
case even less than it
the dentist's wile.
The same newspaper, rkim
the opposite sid>> of th
has now produced changi pre-
sented as a statement
that a "consensus*1 of tl loai
son Administration
bombing North Vietnam
- September. 1964
THIS IS a very eras,
ihis was when P
Johnson and his opponent >-
Barry I lokiwater, wei
ly opi oaed or, Vi. tna
ICJ in th> electoral C
The charge was pr
a statement of fact ol
Ol B Itlldy Of a shock:'
plete, through cnorm.
tion of documents ma
Continued on Page 13 V
by EDWARD COHEN
First Amendment agail si t"
Burger onslaught. Although tl*
Court last week concuir.-d Ji
two decisions against aid W
parochial schools, it r
to breach the wall In
ruling through a 5-4 -
which Brcnnan. the only Oath
on the Court, joined with
Douglas and Thurgood v
in defense of the relic U* in-
hibition of the sujwndmei I
THE REASONING the*
cases for laymen is h I
portant Judges can I
their errors as well as
Had on the many d
there really are several sides to
many important and u
questions. What concerns me
is that the Nixon Judg<
bent on doing violence
to the First Amend m it in
consistent manner thai bod-*
ill for the future. Justin Stew-
art, Harlan and Whit.....'' '
on their side, also from a Can"
servatJve stance, but th-y an
at least open on m
where Burger-Blackmun do not
ppear to be.
Because I share with Ixuiglas
"a feeling of despair that the
respect which through bOWi
has been accorded the Fir*
\mendment is lost. I **
for the long life of tl* "*J
have battled to mainl i :1 ,h*t'
respect. I prefer to -" '^:j
Supreme Court enjoy ,;1
rather than be dow
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IRS Ruling Aid
To Philanthropy
[The opportunity to create a
ilanthropic Fund, described as
btter than a private foundation,
HAKRY B. SMITH
pi UK offered by the newly es-
blish-'d Foundation of Jewish
lanthropies of the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation, according
Harry B. Smith. Foundation
irman.
Is a result of a new ruling is-
by the L'.S. Internal Revenue
.110. a person may create a
||anthropic Fund without the
ediments imposed on private
md it ions by the 1969 Tux Re-
n Act
It Ivlps thoso with existing pri-
fv foundations to achieve greater
and contribution l>enefit-s and
ration from expensive, time-
suming, recordkeeping and re-
ting, and those wishing to es-
lish Philanthropic Funds to do
with even a modest amount.
honoring the donor or memorializ-
ing a person chosen by the donor.
A Philanthropic Fund is similar
to a private foundation which an
individual establishes and names
by making a gift to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. It can
be set up through a simple pro-
cedure which costs the donor noth-
ing to establish and nothing to
operate.
This joint venture with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
offers advantages both to the in-
dividual, personally, and to the
community. Contributions to the
Fund can be deducted by the donor
as charitable contributions to the
maximum level.
The individual's advisory recom-
mendations help guide the distri-
bution of income and principal to
recognized organizations, which
may include synagogues, charitable
agencies, educational institutions,
temples, health research and treat-
ment centers, overseas aid anil
non-sectarian agencies.
Final determinations will be
made by the Foundation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies, which will han-
dle all administrative responsibili-
ties and periodically furnish a
complete record of the Fund in-
ctttdtng income appreciation and
ha lit able contributions.
Mo>t lawyers and accountants
:ti Dade County have been In-
formed of this new approach, and
I is suggested that interested par-
ties discus-; the advantages of the
Foundation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies with their professional ad-
visors. Additional information is
also available by calling the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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'Camp Carnival Time9
At Central 'Y9 Sunday
Richard Maass. chairman of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Foreign Affairs Com-
mission, has been elected to
succeed Rabbi Herschel
Schacter as chairman of the
newly-reorganized American
Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Hard of Hearing Adults Club
The recently organized Miami
Beach Hard of Hearing Adult Club
meets every Thursday at 3:15 p.m.
in room 103 of the Ida Fisher
School. 1424 Drcxel Ave. Those
interested in joining or working
with the club may contact Mrs. I.
Lebach.
More than 350 children who are
participating in the YMHA Day
Camps have "planned an all;.day
Camp Carnival at the YM-YWHA
>f Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St..
"Jews Around the World" Sun-
day.
Each camp unit's exhibit and
booth will center around a famous
Jewish individual. There will be
candy apples, pop corn, peanuts,
soft drinks, fun games and kiddie
rides. Starting at 5 p.m. there will
be free children's movies and a
barbecue supper served at the
YM-YWHA's all-new "Circus Snack
Bar." The swimming pool will be
open until 8 p.m.
The Carnival is open to all mem-
bers of the "Y," their families and
friends. The Membership Commit-
tee has planned this day as an
Open House Day with all guest
fees waived and the general public
invited to spend the day at the
"Y" participating in the varied
programs and activities.
At 2 p.m.. Bob Woods. "Y" Ten-
nis Pro and John Solow. using
wood rackets will give a doubles
tennis exhibition against the Fillol
brothers of the University of Mi-
ami Tennis Team, who will be us-
ing steel rackets on the Central
'3TJ. .tennis. ^cqui-J-S.jaccoi-ding t1
Bob Silver, director of Health &
Physical Education at the "xV?
This exhibition is open to all "Y"
members, their friends and the
genera! public.
Jos. P. Zuckerman
To Analvze News
Lebediker Branch Farband La-
bor Zionist Order is planning an
extended meeting of the board of
directors for Sunday at 8 p.m. at
1234 Washington Ave.
The evening will feature a bon
voyage to Al>e Rappaport. presi-
dent of the Zimrah Chorus and
Mandolin Orchestra, on his de-
parture for Israel.
Also on the program will !> an
analysis >f the news by Joseph P.
Zuckerman. and plans for the in-
stallation of officers.
Emanu-EI Men's Club Meets
The Men's Club of Temple
Fmanu-Ei is having a "for men
only" get together in Sirkin HiU
on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The evening
will include entertainment.
LET'S BUY
A HOUSE
TOGETHER.
YOU COME UP
WITH THE FAMILY.
WE'LL COME UP
WITH THE MONEY.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
MAIN OFFICE: 101 EAST FLAGLER STREET
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.
Edison Center Branch
5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
Kendall Branch
U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St.
North Miami Branch
12600 N.W. 7th Ave.
Tamiami Branch
1901 S.W. 8th St.
Sky Lake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
AllapatUh Branch
1400 N.W. 36th St.
Miami Lakes Branch
13957 N.W. 67th Ave.
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Friday. July 9. 197 L
Max Fisher Chairman Of ThiS Week Ifl History. .
T
1
Jewish Agency's Board
.TERUSAUai As chairman
of the fr'iH'i-^J Assembly,. nt |<
-executive Louis A. Pincus of
Jerusalem will head the reconsti-
ttttetl Jewish Agency for Israel.
Other top officials will be Max M.
Fisher, of Detroit, Mich., who was
lected chairman ot the 4C-man
Hoard of Governors; Leo Dtilzin.
rf Jmualcm, treasurer, and Ifbehe
Rivlin. of Jerusalem, director
general.
Hall" of the 40-memhor Board
-!' Governors are Americans, in-
cluding Robert Russell of Miami.
in. Charlotte Jacohson. Morris
yvinson. Rabbi Israel Miller. Dr.
nanuel Neumann. Rabbi Emanuel
Packmen and Jack Weiler of New-
York City: Max M. Fisher and
Paul Zuckerman, Detroit; Albert
ABelman, Milwaukee: Rabbi Leon
i. Feuer, Toledo; Edward Gins-
ere d i I; nd: S m u ; Rothbersr,
[11.: Mel Si
R tbi Arthur Hertz-
nl Louis Stern
N J len Hal-
pei n, Wall
Jrockl in, M is -. J iseph M >
:. nd Viet n
' t, L Ai C
Thi \ -- mhly will com-
rise 5, 1 ill of whom
1 r ires nt the fund-raising
:.-: Jewish communities
throughout the world, and the re-
ler the World Zionist Orga-
ization. Thi Board ol Governors
i qually divided.
The Board of Governors will
convene three times a year, with
next meeting scheduled for
the end ol August. In the interim.
uthority in the Jewish Agency
ill b in its 10-man*Execu-
tive, headed by Mr. Pincus. The
exl General Assembly meeting
ill b< in I> cember, 1972.
Three members of the Execu-
tive are residents of the United
Si itet Max M. Fisher of De-
Mich., Edward Ginsberg of
Qev Ian i Ohio, anil Melvin Dubin-
-ky $ St. Louis, Mo. one. Mi-
chael Sacher, is from England,
find the other five, residents of
Israe). ;.-. Leon Dulzin, treasurer;
Dr. Ra'anan Weitz, head of the
Agency's Jewish Agricultural Set-
tles nt Department: Rabbi Morde-(
chaJ Kl stibium, associate head of
the Agency's Department of Im-
migration and Absorption; Joseph
Klarrr.an. head (if ihe Agency's |
Youth Aliyah Department: and
Ezra Shapiro, newly elected chair-
of Keren H ivesod. a Cleve-
land resident who recently moved
I a Two New Yorkers were also
( ]ce|ed associate members of.th
Executive, They are Philip Bern-
; stein, executive vice chairman of
I the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds; and Gottlieb
Hammer, executive vice chairman,
of the Israel Appeal. Ben-Zion
Meiri of Israel, was elected con-
troller of the agency.
The Israeli members of the
Board of Governors are: Morde-
chai Ban On. Leon Dulzin. Hayim
Finkelstein. Rabbi Israel Gold-
! stein. Mm. Raya Jagblom. Rabbi
Mordechai Kirschblum, Joseph
Klarman, Moshe Krone, Andre
: Narboni, Louis A. Pincus. Avra-
i ham Schcnker, and Dr. Ra'anan
Weitz.
Of the eight other members of
the Board, two are from Great
1 Britain Hyam M irrison and
, Michael Sacher and one each
from France, M< lech Topiol; South
v ,. Judge Isra 1 M lisels; Bi i-
zil, Le n Fi I ; Sw itzei land I'.,
Tibor Rosenbaum; Argentina, Leor
Mfrelm in; and Canada, Gord in
Brown.
Films At Wometco Theatres
New film opening at the Wo-
rn i co Sui i. Olympia and Sh >i es
is 'The Grissom Gang." Held over
at the Carib and Twin is "Carnal
Knowledge "The Andromeda
Strain" is in its second week at
the Patio. Twin II and Carlyle, as
Ls "Le Mans" at the Byron.
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40 Years \*o This Weak: 19.11
The Latvian government said
Yiddish was spoken by 8WI of the
(republics 96,000 Jews and by
| .00/1'? of its 1.8 million non-Jews.
:: B'nai BiatH protested Supreme|
I Court Justice George Sutherland's
contention thiit "We are a Chris-
tian people."
The Zionist Organization of
America report*-*! that $225 mil-
lion in Jewish capital $192 mil-
lion privately, $33 million through
Zionist funds had been sent to
Palestine during the first decade
after World War I.
British immigration Officials
barred a Russian rabbi because
"there are plenty of rabbis already
in Palestine."
Mrs. Sarah Silverman. a Warsaw
native and one of America's oldest
Jewish women, died in Minneapolis.
She was 105,
The Zionist Congress, by 123 to
103, voted no confidence in the
ng Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
It replaced him as World Z
ization presid nt with N -
num Sokolow, To. chairman of 111- -
live for ll years.
Lieutenant Gen, A I
W k< .;- ip]
Palestim and
11 years
lit t->
: ted to
Ar ;:) ri its.
10 fears Ago Thi Week: 1961
The United States, which agreed
to sell meteorological rockets to
the United Arab Republic, was
disci ed to haw refused for two
years to sell them to Israel.
Adolf Eichmann admitted he had
But he said he himself was not ;
known the nature of the "final
solution" and said it was "the
gravest crime in human history."
legally guilty because "I never
.-.I any killing." As an order
taker, he explained, he would have
had to kill his own lather if told
10
Former Israeli' Chiel of S^tafg
rlalm Laskov was elected director
general of the Port Authority.
Joel David Wolfsohn. president
of the Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington and former
Assistant Interior Secretary, died
in Gary, Ind.. at the age of GO.
Louis Caplan. Pittsburgh lawyer.
moved up to the presidency of the
American Jewish Committee, re-
placing the kite Frederu k F,
Greenmnn.
The World Bank agreed to loa
the Israeli I> ad Sea W6>rks $_'"
million towa-d iis $70.JMllion i>\.
pahsidti it Sodom.* *
Israel decided to seek associtt
Common Market meml>ership.
Lord Nathan, 72. former MP foi
mar Civil Aviattson Minister ,um
former Und<*recretai-yx*f.Stae fo:
War, was elected chairman of Brit-
tins Koyjl Society of Arts
The l.'Uyear-oia Israeli Navy
opened a new base at Haifa.
(Prom the fliaa of the JTA>
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At last.
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Friday. July 9, 1971
Fri
THE FUND THAT GAVE THEMWI
JEWISH NAT!
70,hANNIVERSAR|
(
Reclaim the land
Golda Meir; Premier,
... ''The JNF represents the sublime ideal of
tne conquest of our country's desert which
will be transformed into cultivable fertile and
smiling fields. We commend and salute the
JNF for its vital role in the future of cur
homeland ..."
L. to R. Former Vice President Hubert H. Hun-phrey,
Mayor Jay Dermer and Rabbi Irving lehrman,
chairman, JNF Foundation.
Seen boarding the El Al p
left to right: Mr. and Mi HemDeJ]
Dermer, Mayor Jay Dermer
Dermer was invited for cc -., 3 ., i,;,
menf and JNF officials.

left *o 'ight. Judge Zev W. Kogon. Pres. Southern
Beg. JNF, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Secretory Rob-
bn. coi Assoo, The Lord Bornett Janner lonaon,
tng'ondl, Rabbi Alea"der Gross. Hebrew Acod-
my, Mayor Jay Dermer, Pres. JNF. Gr. Miami, I.
Cohen, Rabbi Moyer Abramowitz, chairman,
t't. he.
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Itll lo n'gfil: Or. Jacob K"oufman, Mayor Joy
Dermer, President of the Jewish National Fund of
Gr. Miami, Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz, Chairman,
Enec. Bd Judge Zev W. Kogon, Pres. Southern
Reg., JNF. Joseph Hill Montreal, Conodo;, Mi-
riam Press, Comptroller.
Led Barnett Janner, of England, awarding
plaque to Mr. and Mr$. Sam Kusnetz for out.
standing achievements," 19701971. Mayor Jay
Dermer, president of the Jewish National
Fund and Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti look on.
J2.~

id cwitj, Chairmen, E*ec d.,
Joy De'^er Pres JNF Or Miomi seen
iwgrd IC 'o,n e f eaberg.
Mayor Jay Dermer, Pres. JNF of Gr. Miomi seer
presenting oword to Mrs, Ida Wessel.
Mayor Joy Dermer, Pres. JNF. Gr. Miami seen
fjresentmg aword to Bernard Silver.
Mayor Joy Dermer, Pres. JNF Gr M^mi and
Mrs. R.chord L. Schworz. Choirmon, JNF Women
Men presenting 0w0rd t0 Mr. Herman Meao*.
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presenting owords to Mrs. and Mr. Rooert Oor-
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Or
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. .. The JnF has contribute i mightily to the
defense of the Jewish hc^elcna by a string
of border settlements by ooroer roods c-d
watch towers. It provideo shelter foi oui de-
lenses ..'
Lord Janner, Herman Weisman, President Jewish
National Fund of America, Jacob Tsur, President
Of The World JNF,. Former Vice-Pres. of U.S.A.
Hubert H. Humphrey and Mayor Jay Dermer.
M-
)fr AL*0"-".%ltz, Temple Venoro11,
Conference ct Soviet Jewry, K*.
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hoed Shep^cfo Lu'he'O" Church *ho
Itheron Church \ Pastors Council or*d
I Asscc'Ot'on. Of. Richord $ch*.ar*.
i Greater /v.iami Jewish Federc' c~ s
c Executive Vk Pres-aent Rabba-
I. Pe.. J. Uoyd Know, coordinator
- and Secretory o* T^e _g^
t Re*. Theaford Johnson of St
|p*ts dent ct The Bopt.it Minister!
p ot Churches. Senator
.: letter c' ne Florida
. i of tht -' | eliton
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Roob' Mayor Ab*Tn;o*'tz. Cno,"nor E*ec. Bo*.
O^d Wrs. R chora l Sch*a'Z C^oitmon, JNF
Women *een prenrit ->g a*a:d to Ovca. B. Sena-
ptre.
J^cige Ze* W. Kogon Pre>. JNF Scjthe-n Reg.,
M'i, Rtcnora L. Sc*>*ar* Choi'mon, JNF Women,
fluDO' Moyer AO'omo* *z Cno'^an Eec Bd.
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Women seen presenting awoid to Mis. leo BlNM
Mayor Joy DtrmeT Pres. JNF G'. Miami seen pri
M ding o*oi>j> to Mi. 1 Mr*.M"iMinow.
Moyar Joy Dermer, Pres. JnF Gr. Miami seen
presenting owardite i I, Mai i> Menft,
Pres. JNF Gr. Miami seen
Is la Mr. ond Mrs. Ezro Fine-
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Friday. July 9
The Story Of Balaam
rCclialoHB *^k
ervtccs
Rabbi Kingsley
By K\IIKI KM.I'll KINOSUEX
Temple ginal ol North Dade
The story of Balaam, the Moa-
bite prophet who was commanded
by his kin;; to curse the Jews,
hut who could
succeed only in
billing them.!
is a source of
never ending
fascination. Not
only Ls the"
story itself col-!
orful (after all,
whore else in*1
Scripture, or for
that matter, in
human experi-
ence, dot-s one I
read of a don-
key thai talks? 1 but the questions
it raises and the observations it
makes are so livnchanl.
Who among u> has not won- [
dered why, throughout history, the
world has been filled with people
who have sought to curse the
Jews? What after all, has our lit-
tle people which Balaam fell
would "not be reckoned among the
nations" d mo to deserve the
mutilations which it has had to
endure time in i again?
Why have md czars, com-
1 and
' I it necess y to heap
I us? We
' I with
What
t perhaps I
1 fact is
h I
and slandered. We
P" >ple that h .-.,..
" "' '' to proi -ct us or to care
1 '' se :,- almost to b
ry nature.
To question or t,, complain, to
sei k io undersl md the inexplic-
exerc se in frustration.
Those who tak
the J wish pp -pi will continue
to do .-'). despite the protestations
Ol the ADL or the JDL.
draw closer to each other. We
can and ought to become
more protective and zealous about
1 ho rights and aspirations of our
people. For if we don't, who will?
Our task above all is to
survive, to live, until the day
comes when the insanity which
prcvades our world will vanish. |
and the voices of the curse be
transformed into the sounds of
blessing, saying with Balaam "Mali
Tovu Chalccha Yaakov How
goodly arc thy tents O Jacob, thy
dwellings O Israel Blessed be
everyone thai blesseth thee, and
cursed be everyone that curseth
thee."
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
..IK .R.VRKI AAMBV& i. VOX
(Cl, .ii.-h Telegraphic Agency, In<
NOtTH MIAMI BIACH
4cv>th vcshurun ,t,,.
Gifdim ft.
Rabbinic literature although we I i-'hodbera
; find no trace of it in the Talmud. BETH Eu
! The blessing infers thai there is a dox.
responsibility on the part ol the BETH KODESH.%i sw 12th Ave
lather lor the transgressions in- Modem --
curred by the son while the son
is
to
Traditional Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Mao
6
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE IS',I s
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo l|h r .
Caplan. M^
Ideal Graduates 24
More Nurses Aides
With the recent graduation of a
2-i-student class. Ideal School for
Nurses Aides. Inc.. 3770 W. Flag-
ler St.. brought the total number
of students it has prepared for
employment in Dade County's hos-
pitals to more than 1.100 in its six
yeai s of operation.
Members ol the 39th Graduating
II Wi -. val-
i toi: n w ho receivi '. a dia-
i ii' ved the
:'; -' S Latimoi?
' mnor,
I |v
Ruth
i Dolores Bri
Garrel
Mar-
i Barnes,
Lalla Williams, Rose Williams.
Katie Livingston, Beverly Cun-
ningham and Hyacinth Wilson.
ISRAELITE CENTEH. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom I
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
I make the father conscious that a
mill stone has been reached where
the lather is no longer reap insible
henceforth, in any direct way, for
the transgressions of his son. Taken
in another sense, ihe benediction
extols God for baring allowed the
son to reach a stage of maturity
in life where he can assume s me ,
r i hi., s b. i .i |, in
sort of responsibility for his own
,ctionS. TIFERETH JACOB (Tempjel
11
OR OLOM (Temple)
St. Conservative.
Glixman.
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
13
Why i> the name of God not
mentioned In this Meaning?
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. 14
S&tui rtay 9 n
951 E
Rabbi Na-
15
1 ;i 111
4th Ave Conservative,
than Zolondek.
'i i-l.i> ;.. ]i in
ZION (Templei 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro
Cantor Richard S Browd> 16
NORTH MIAMI
J E T H VOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Cons""v. Joseph Gnrfmkel. Cantor Ben
iU
So Eliyyahu
225 i that this
S
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MIAMI BEACH
DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cj-,i- Ave
Or-.hodox. R.bbl l.a.t Ever
BETH ISRAEL. 770 10th St c
tor h I the si e ol !;" bl Bcrtl We,n-
CORAL GABLES
JL'DEA i Tempi*). 5500 Granadi aivi
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper )
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora An
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bert
;.
i' '. p m S;i!unl;.\ > 4". a

FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E 0l.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi S"-eid3ii Ee
wards. Cantor Maunce Neu. <
IMANU-KL. 3245 W Oakland ',-,
Blvd Reform. Rahbi Arthur A;
rams Cantor Jerome Kttmvnt. C
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (Temple) '3." SE I
Consr-vative Rabtv Morris .
Cantor Ernest Schreiber.
SURESIDE
MOC-iN DAVID CONGREGATION
hrJmg Ave Su-*- le r .-
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D V -
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 1
NE ?t Ave.
^ But ;hro is a r snonse We can
at. -. m

vWV\nrWVvWy
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
IS TAMUZ 7:56
for h I the si
to U'
n for the
- i of his rath
'wn sins.
Thus, the son wo elf be
for havin t I
it the stage of maturity. There be-
stion about the benedic-
tion in some way or other, the
name of the Almighty is th
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox R.ibln Shmarvahu T Svir.
sky. Cantor M.iurice Mamches. ID
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BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). IMS
Je'trrson Av*. Conservator
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh, 20

BETH SHOLOM ( Tempi". 414*
Chase Ave. Liberal. R.ibbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. 21

BETH TF1LAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov.
sky.
S 14!" An
Samuel Jalle.
mentioned, lest it be pronounced in beth yoseph chaim cangrega-
'..I I" TlCirU lilt f'urid in i r- 11 A
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Borok
... .he'x'm!;-; 'X0t?ipPS ,IMh ^el had done
to in, Amoriti s ." ( hapters 22:2 to 25:9.
w,hH^-AAM(S SPPH^CIES; B^. K^ Of Moat, viewed
^ dismay the vtetorj : the Israelites over the Amori.es. and
hand, :'" ma"'" '" hta country, made an alliance with
.o" b:i-^ ;rn,us who us pitched **tcnts "-'^.v tS
PcLl ",!>[:'""'" Balaam, heathen soothsayer of
Tv n"' V, nV":" Eu.'*ratc- *ho was famous for thc'o{{vc.
genea. ol his mcantation,. lo crse the Israelites. The Invite-
brought monetary sifts with them. Balaam asked the delegation
Sued 7n'R 1?. CU,d Kivc anjW'- lln,il he had cT
suited (.od Dunn* the night he si warned not to go with them
and curse God', p-ople. so he sent the men away
BaJaren^ !2 Yl'T ,0m,,tin" ff"r UUld' "roVe eff^'^.
rink" Thn r< ******** '"-'re numerous and of higher
rank, who offered even greater honors and reward. Balaam
TSZL"2StPd 5 ^ !,Sk', 'h"m to 2 over S
^ that he could again se,k guidance and this time was given
perm.sion ,o So to s,>eak only as God directed him. iSpe ,e3
S^X :~f- ins''a"' h of praise. forTsrae.
On the third att-mpt. Balaam uttswd the wonts that have
b^me thei^nm, %vT '" 2" Ml ** ^L To-Vu O-
mXSSSSkiJSrKOOd,y -thy -* *+
,h m^8' ZKAL: Th ****** -ncamped at Shittim
urn d p'Ttf RT h> "" m"'r W"'" Balaam had no ^
San T '"r^ 'ht' h-h<. women of Moab and
Peer.and to part^pate in an orgy of hWatry and immorality
Mom senterned the rittgleaders to death and a plague broke
ou m the camp. Phinehas. the son of Kl-azar the h pne"
r E,' "'n,n' :'Ch f imm,,n""-V l*U^" '--lite at,
oxecutn^VmTiJn6^t an PXamP' f Zf,!" ^ smartly
\ ain.
Why is the verse 1,1 I'salm
X4:."> recited in the synagogue
and followed by Psalm US three
times a day?
TION. 813 Meridian Avenue. T^-A

CUBAN HEBREW CONGRFGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodoa
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
H0UYW00D
BETH EL (Temple
Reform. Rabbi
p in
BETH SHALOM (Tempt)
roe St. Conservative Rarhi Mortvj
Malavaky. Cantor Irving Gold.
SINAI .Temple). 1201 Johnson S*
Conservative-. Rabb, David Snapm
Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun. "

MiRAMAR
ISRAEL .Temple) 6920 SW 3Sth 5:
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J Win
grad. Cantor Abraham Koster. 1

MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. If
NW 9th St.
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler. 2A
Snturila) ,. in
The rali
' al -: fl anco to the 145th
deep
: in the persoi
God has for ev< ry living en itur. cong
iin A na |~1 L_ ^ j ,
HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Gross.
2400 P netree
Aleiander S
25
for prayers b
person did not believe this, hi
tainly could not h ,i th
Almighty would even listen to his
prayers.
" Ave- Orthodox. Rabbi
Ben-Hillel.
Abraham
25-A
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel "6
The verse from Psalm 84:5 is KorE.h!JnH ,SDR*^. mi5 Cieuid a.
attached to this Psalm because ,. can^Abr^' sDei,v,d L....."*,
proclaims "Happv are thev that -----------
dwell I- n... .:.: .."'" : MENORAH (TenTol.)
dwell in Thy house: they win
ways praise Thee."
The Psalm thus expresses the
virtue of feeling at home with
Cod and worshipping in His holy
environment. The fact that the lat-
ter half of the verse is expressed
m the future tense indicates a
great ho]>e on the part of the wor-
shipper that there will alwavs he
this contact between man ami God
expres.sed in prayer.
Mrs. Sophie Primak To
Review Best Seller
Mrs. Sophie Primak. who ha
entertained many Miami Beach
audiences with her interesting and
informative, book reviews, will con-
tinue th.- free Garner Bank Sum-
Her hook Review Sort*. Mondav
at 7:.T0 p.m. in tho 1200 Bjl A.ditor.um of Miami Beach's
forte Towers.
Mrs. Primak will review Stephen
Birmingham's "Our Crowd ,
c.al history of German Jewish tarn-
Hies who immie;rat..d to the United
States near tho end of the 19th
century which was on the New
York Times best seller list for one
(Temple). 620 75th
st
owiti. Cantor N.eo Feldman. 2g
N"mAM^,!Je"i^e"'- M'h St. and
Rahh?m Wa,r*)'- Conservative.
w^' S3T Labov,tx cMor %
OHEV SHALOM
Orthodox. Rabbi
man.
7065 Bonita Dr.
Phmeas Weber.
30
yjARPtC JEWISH CENTER. MS
Comn, Ae. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 3t
c^Nw.!h,.LnoNrETr.cHA,M '
GroneT "tn Ave' "**>* Avrohom
32
NCENTERBATt^^AG,E JEWI8H
Sis, n .^TJ* 7*th &tr"* Cause-
r" ^r.'h Br.*y Vi"' Conaersj;.
t'V. Cantor Carl Bender. 3J.A
""'' '*
BBYO Adding New
Dramatics Program
l'.|. I. | ;
ler. a/.a
pate In i fn e dr
shop to be ee -i i
r, tio has been tmrkta
BBYO programa thrut;hoiit iK'
l'i-i yearj md has worked pro-
fes-sjoiially in the fields of tl
motion pictures and television.
It i* hoped that workshop mem-
bers will have the chance to r<-
ceivtj actual ttsge eKpnttetH
throujrh the presentation of show*
eas, productions. The workshop,
which is tentatively scheduled to
bepin in the third week of July,
will become part of ronfinuinf
dramatics program sponsored bj
BBYO.
Participation is onen to regis-
tered members of AZA and BnG.
Persons seeking additional infor-
mation should contact Mr. Lander,
trie program's director. throuRti
the BBYO main ot flee.

VmUhdcmi *jTe/*vi
evtsion
f-'rogratn*
ut.v 11
CT*. 10. 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship Hr>ur
Host Rabbi Milton Sehlhvky, TVmple Adath
Juh im, 1Y*"shun. North Miami Beach
".> 11 Ch ,. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host. Rabbi Milton Schlin-ky.
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Topic: "Individual Mourning in Judaism
Ouest: Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Temple Zamora, Coral Gabies
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*Jenisli fkrkMan
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\S
Max Lerner
Sees It

NEW YORK It we never knew it before we know it now;
how mercilessly the governing process eats men, mangles them.
SQUMzes them dry. tosses away what is left. I am talking of
tin reputations of th- men who made America's Vietnam policy,
dead and living. But in a sense I am talking of the men too.
for little pieces of themselves lie buried with their reputations,
which ire now being exhumed, so that we can get another so at
thorn
* & tfr
IT KWT Jl'ST THE history of the Vietnamese war that is
being rewritten; the reputation of the Presidents who were in-
volved, and of their top-level advisers, is also being reassessed.
Right now the whole business is a shambles of confusion. Here
il Bisenhower, attacked and defended. Here is Lyndon Johnson.
eager I > defend himself against all accusations of deceit and
hypocrisy. Here is John Kennedy, with the made of his re-
puted rand r and directness marred by the story of Intrigue.
a it only the Presidents, others as well. Here is Robert
Kennedy, still tantalUlngly elusive on the war. and with a new
role added that ol presumably having inspired McNamara to
get th ; story written U'<, is MsNamara himself, cast In the
i i '. ol wanting the historians to paint him
: .ill in his complicity with the decision. Here are the
pe ol policy William Bundy, Rostow, Maxwell
Taj Ige, Ror Hilsman, and others standing pp
led in I eir memos and position-p ipers


.
.

i in: WHOLE OF AMERICA has become, as a nation, a
vast > : courtroom. If charity were the rule one might say,
it, th it ye lx' not judged." Rut it isn't. Starkness is the
rule. It was one of President Nixon's better ideas to open the
Pi nt igon Papers to Congress on a "top secret basis" (whatever
that might mean right now). It is better to Judge with the docu-
ments before you. rather than without.
Whil waiting tor Godot to appear, in the form of final
court orders and decisions. I venture some guesses of my own
on wh it the historians are likely to do to sundry political reputa-
tions. I restrict myself to the three Presidents, for the moment.
on EISENHOWER: In the curious historical Juggling,
out > lich emerged the successive trial balances which we call
the "judgment of history." Eisenhower's reputation is faring
remark i:\ well. It is the reputation of a limited man who
carrie I n a line-and-staff operation and delegated most of the
work to others, but who knew his own mind, and in the end
kept from making the war blunders his successors made. To be
sure, he iffered the pressures of Dulles, Nixon and others on
Indochina, and adopted the Diem regime and sent "advisers,"
but h vetoed the apocalypse whenever it was promised in a
memo
ON KKNNKOV: .I.F.K. doesn't fare as well. Perhaps it
Was because he was more of an activist, and thought he could
do things a ith the world. The position-papers of Roger Hilsman
now confirm What some have long susiiectexl that the sad and
messv | oi the Dlem-Nhu brother team in Saigon was the
outcome ol an American decision to throw them to the power-
hungry ^eneruls a decision with the White House and State
^Department at one end and Ambassador Lodge at the other.
HTis West wrote .i novel about the Saigon end of it, called "The
mbassador," which professed to tell of Lodge's torment over
t. but how about Kennedy's role? It was a shabby operation,
nd it d tesn't add to his glory.
ON JOHNSON: With L.B.J. everything escalates, not
only the 'Mmbing, the ground troops, the war, but also the tor-
luous d. ciskm-maldng and the deceits. We had all pretty much
mown hOM devious his methods were and he himself gloried
l hi.s wiliness but the confirming details are unpleasant and
Be sc lie turns out to have l>ecn massive. Right now the balance
heet Ml Johnson's Vietnam policy is pretty bleak. When his own
look ippears In the fall 'it it doesn't get postponed) it will get
rakin-over by every reviewer.
it a a
THE LATER HISTORIAN'S may try to balance the record
weighing the dlastrous Vietnam policy against his impressive
jdslative record. The cynics may say that Johnson's fault was
at one of being devious but one of being unsuccessful.
Vet that doesn't settle It. F.D.R. was devious too, but World
far II m u different from Vietnam, not just in being successful
Jt in it< whole surrounding texture. Johnson and the men in-
blved "ith him are now going through a bitter harvest, and
he> gre discovering that power has its later costs as well as Its
istanl sweetness.
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Miehiu-l M. Coletti, senior vice
president of the Jefferson Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach,
and Aiiio Rodriguez, assistant
director of the -Miami Beach
TrJuritft Devt*>pmoHt-'Authority,
have been api>ointcd cochairmen
of a "Rap Session" the purpose
of which is to call together busi-
ness leaders to discuss improve-
ments in tourism and conven-
tions. Other members of the
committee are Jack Winters of
the Gray Line. John Smith, rep-
resenting TWA, and James Mil-
ler oi' Man'icraft, Inc.
& & -a
Ron l..-vin,., M-DJC North
goiter, has signed a grant-in-
aid with L6L in New Orleans.
Levine, a Miami Beach High I
School graduate, was a member I
of the M-DJC North team which I
finished second in the nation in ;
1971.
'.
Mrs. Rose Gordon, chairman
Of the Miami Planning and Zon-
Ing Board, will be guest speaker
at the Internationa] Longsho i -
man's As., ciation i AFL-CIOi
Atlantic Co si Distri -\ conven-
tion al in a.m. Wednesday, July
14, in the C itilli in R >om of the
DiLido Hotel, Miami B
Dade Rep. itoberl C. Hart-
nett was to speak on "Thi U
Islative Session 1971," at the
Coral Gables Junior Chamber of .
Commerce meeting Thursday at
7 p.m. in the New England Oys-
ter House Restaurant, 299 Al-
hambra, Coral Gables,
it -Cr -Ct
Irvviii Block, president of Copy
Service, Inc., concerned with
what he heard about the dmg
problem in Miami Beach high
schools, has ordered from the
Bureau of Narcotics Dangerous
Drugs Regional office, a series
of films and slides on narcotics
which are available for purch is .
Mr. Block is making these films
and slides available free for
showings to community groups,
business organizations and con-
cerned parents.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
is sponsoring a candlelight guid-
ed tour of Vizcaya's magnificent
bouse and gardens, on Wednes-
day. The groUO will meet at
Vizeaya at 8 p.m. Limited bus
service is available.
Mayor Clark Guest Speaker At Maccabee Lodge Meeting
The last meeting of the current Court Judge Francis X.
club season held by the Maccabee
Lodge 2579 on June 15 was high-
lighted by a talk on "The Prob-
lems of Youth and Drugs" given by
Mayor Stephen Clark. Also fea-
tured on the D'li-iam was Cir-u;i
w ho exti nd< d gr I
Club pri Sent is i ieorge N Kot-
in, vice president Henry Howard
presented the wites tainment, and
Nit Salzman was in charge of the
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Friday, July 3
El Al Shows A Profit l!2
Despite Cost Of 747
Despite a difficult year of gen-
ial recession, El Al Israel Air-
lines ^regiM^n&U a profit for the | nd the other in Tel Aviv.
agement of two 500-room 4-star
hotels in Israel one in Jerusalem
12th consecutive year while most
>f the I ATA airlines were report-
ing heavy losses.
Labor difficulties and the the
heavy initial cost of absorbing the
company's first Boeing 747 were
responsible, it was reported, for
the fact that profits were dimin-
ished from 5,000,000 Israeli pounds
in 1969-70 to some 1,000.000 in the
ui-rent fiscal year.
Included in the extra expenses
olumn was the training of 2.000
persons, expansion of Loci airport
facilities, erection of the hangar,
parking area and acquisition of
ground support equipment for the
jumbo jet.
On the trans-Atlantic route,
passenger traffic has increased by
10.3*%. The passenger load factor
for 1970-71 was 67". -a new rec-
ord for El Al. and the highest
achieved by any carrier. The total
freight carried increased 5.6r<
from 19,845 to 20,949 tons, while
weight revenue increased 13.8%.
In addition to the introduction
>f its first Boeing 747. the com- j
j>any doubled its flight frequentcy I
m the Lod Johannesburg rcute
and opened a new four-flights-a- |
veek service to Montreal during!
fiscal 1971.
"Teshet." El Aft wholly-owned
ubsididiary. began operating the
carrier's new catering facilities at ,
lad and Kennedy International
Urports. Teshet "s primary func-
ion will be the building and man-
An agreement was reached with
Sonesta International Hotels last
May for the establishment of an
Israeli hotel management com-
pany which will manage the hotels
after their erection, and eventual-
ly other hotels which will be set
up all ng El Al's route network.
Entertain
And Support Patients
The Fabulous Foot lighters, a
club of local entertainers, have
for the past nine years spons -reel
an annual benefit golf tournament
for Variety Children's Hospital.
In addition, on the third Wednes-
day of each month this'groitp MlMIS
two of their show biz members to
the hospital to entertain the young
convalescent patients.
Wednesday. July 21 at 3 p.m..
Maurice the Magician and Irving
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tiday. July 9. 1971
VjmtMtl fkridlictr,
Reform Rabbis Urged To
Support Bonds Campaign
Reform rabbis throughout the
vorld were urged by Rabbi David
3olish to stimulate their congre-
jtionp to full-fledged support ol
|the 1971 Israel Bond campaign.
Phr call for greater Israel Bond
jctivity was one of his first acts
after being elected president of
Die Central Conference of Amer-
can Rabbis at its 82nd annual
amention in St. Louis.
Rabbi Polish, who succeeded
ibbi Roland Gittclsohn as presi-
dent of Ihe association of more
Than 1.000 Reform rabbis from the
|!nitod States, Canada and other
irts of the world, emphasized
Ri-' importance of a resolution
idoptod unanimously at the OCAR
ronvention calling on members to
Strictly Kosher Hotel Glatt
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daily par person
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initiate an all-out effort in their
congregations in behalf of the
Israel Bond drive.
Noting that the Israel Bond
Organization was seeking to pro-
vide 75',r of Israel's Development
Budget of $547,000,000 Rabbi Pol-
ish urged Reform rabbis to ar-
range functions in their congrega-
tions on behalf of Israel Bonds
and recommended that no effort
be sr>a-od to see that every con-
gregation member becomes an Is-
rael Bond purchaser in 1971.
The resolution passed by the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis was similar to the action
taken in support of Israel Bonds
in recent wicks by the Rabbinical
Council of America 'Orthodox I
and the Rabbinical Assembly
(Conservative".
Additional rabbinic Cooperation
in the Bond effort was signaled
earlier this year with the forma-
tion of a Rabbinic Cabinet for j
Israel Bonds, uniting more than
120 rabbis from the three major
denominations in a concerted ef-
fort to expand the sale of Israel
Bonds.
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Pentagon by members of the in-
ternal opposition to his own pol-
icy, whom Secretary of Defense
Robert McMamara somewhat
oddly chose to keep on the pay-
roll. Presidential. Security Coun-
cil. State Department and other
documents were entirely absent
from the collection, except by
accident.
THE KIND of person who
eventually stole these Pentagon
documents mainly drew conclu-
sions from military contingency
plans, almost all flatly rejected
at the time, and by no means
representing any kind of con-
sensus. Such conclusions have
the approximate interest of that
angry question, so much head-
lined when the Army dentist's
promotion was the great issue!
"Who promoted Dr. Peress?*'
WHEN THE charge against
Johnson and his advisers was
presented as a statement of fact
it had not l>een checked for ac-
curacy with the ex-President, or
former Secretary BfcNamara, or
former Secretary of State Dean
Rusk, or anyone else who knew
about the true consensus in
194 and 19fi5. The Johnson Li-
brary, where the really indica-
tive documents are now stored,
was never queried, either.
The result was public mendac-
ity, not in detail, to he sure, but
in broad thrust and effect. A
current storv by a national news
agency, for instance, treats with
perfect bewilderment the publi-
cation of still another national
document bv the able and cour-
ageous Philip Potter of the Bal-
timore Sun: for this document
shows, of course, that there was
nothing remotely resembling the
claimed nres'rlenti''Uv agreed
consensus in 1964. For the time
being, then, the lie "ill be self-
perpetuating, as the McCarthy
lies were for the time being.
THERE WAS indeed a consen-
sus in the period in question. It
included the New York Times.
If you can believe what was
printed. This consenstis-in-prin-
ciple was that national interest
demanded prevention of a Com-
munist takeover in South Viet-
nam. There were differences,
inevitably, about what to do in
order to serve this end.
In 1964. however, there was
not a shadow of an Administra-
tion consensus in favor of major,
sustained military action against
North Vietnam. Some, but by
no means all. of President John-
son's higher advisers had come
to favor this kind of action by
January. 1965. President John-
son, quite demonstrably, rejected
these advisers' views until he
was driven to take token action
on ihe basis of the above men-
tioned consensus-in-principle. in
February. 1965. So McCarthy-
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The 1971-72 edition of the Jew-
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this week by the National Jewish
Welfare Board, will be sent to.
Jewish servicemen throughout the
United States and at 100 bases'
Page 13- A.
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vJwisli Fk>ridiairi
Friday, July : |g7;
Israel Newsletter By EtlAHU SALPETCT
Pied Pipers Play Tune, Egypt Marches
(Copyright 1971, Jewish Telegraph!) Agency, Ina.)
|"i!ACL i> STILL in (he process of analyzing the
meaning and implications of the Soviet counter-
ni-m t'i the Cairo visit'of l-'.S. Secretary <>f State
William P. Rogers. The 15-year
treaty of friendship and coopera-
tion signed between Egypt and
the U.S.S.R. at the end of Presi-
dent Podgorny's whirlwind visit
with President Sadat is unprece-
dented between the Soviets and
B non-communist country.
The Israeli press has already
pointed out that the new pact
represents a serious blow to American efforts to
bring Israel and Egypt closer to an overall settle-
ment and to the hopes that this could be done by
an interim agreement for the reopening of the Suez
Canal for a partial Israeli withdrawal. The Rus-
sians, quite simply, would not permit an American
initiated settlement of any kind in the Middle Kast.
President Podgorny said so explicitly, with a blunt-
ness surprising even from a Soviet statesman.
One may ask, of course, what do the Russians
fear more: the settlement of the Israel-Egyptian
'and Israel-Arab' dispute, or the idea that Amer-
ica should lake credit for the settlement? In fact,
hoMiver, the two things are inseparable. Moscow
has been pouring billions of dollars into Egypt, but
not to Improve its economy or to strengthen its
tary power for the benefit of the recipients. The
Russians gained a very solid base for expansion in
Egypt and are determined to hold on to it and
utilize it to the maximum. Military assistanc I >
i Ls still the main instrument to achieve Rus-
sia's aims. If there is a genuine settlement, the
Egyptians do not need the enormous amounts of
military equipment and the instrument of domina-
tion held by the Soviet Union becomes less and less
effective.
This has been an axiom of Middle East i>olitics
since 1956. Recently there wore experts in London
and in Washington who claimed that the axiom was
no longer valid. Moscow's grip on Egypt was by
now so firm that even If there were peace, her
position in Cairo would remain solid. Therefore, the
experts contended. Moscow could afford the estab-
lishment of an Israel-Arab peace according to one
version. The other said that the Egyptian leader
be it Nasser or Sadat wants to diminish his
dependence on Moscow, i.e., on Soviet arms. But
this is possible only if the chance of war with Israel
is ruled out. i.e.. if there Ls peace.
The tone and results of the latest Podgorny visit
in Cairo obviously knocked out the first theory:
d,-
Mr.
Moscow loes not feel sufficiently firm in ts tod]
on Egypt to allow it to make pi see with I-
tainly not under American initiative land
rmi Therefore, the Rtwuians rot
u Cairo's position against any comj
that would lead to an agreement with Urai: ,,
has given In to these blandishments
seems at the moment Now, then-lore, the
thesis becomes crucial: does Sadat want
minish his dependence on Moscow enough i
tinue his path toward flexibility now Ui
Podgorn) and his entourage are back in Mo. v
One may assume that the Soviet li
made everj effort to bind Sadat to the touch antU
! ant. American and anti-compromise Una that
should assure the continuation of the present
flici. The Egyptians would get more arms
Russian "advisers" and more economic aid and
Russian support for urgent efforts "to : nate
traces of Israel aggression." There was. h
no hint of readiness to get involved d t y
militarily.
This is very significant. Because- no matter
what the moves of the Soviet-Egyptian ballet th->
facts of life .n the Middle East have not eh.
The Egyptians cannot push out the bra
Russians can ~\" to only al th- risk or din n -
frontation with America.
SOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Books On Jews And Yiddish Three Sfori Stories
QABRA BOOKS I another outstanding b
Great lews in
Stamps by Arieh L A- with its pred-
ind
Th lamps tell 1 itorj
. musi .
irt, history, by, sociology, etc.
Th-- i in color and
on the I ; bio-
phical sketch of the individual
.. ed.
Austria honored the Hungarian Jew
nho invented the Zeppelin and Brazil issued a .-lamp for
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Melody And Judaism
QNK OF THE HAPPIEST marriages on record is
that between Judaism and music.
Every word of the Bible has been set to music,
and our prayers have also been
set to music, and our prayers have
also beer, musicalized many times.
Even the Talmud is traditionally
taught in a sing-song.
The union between our faith and
song has been exquisitely cele-
brated in a book by a most ver-
satile rabbi, Avraham Soltes, whose
father, Mordecai, who was an edu-
cator par excellence. One of the handsomest rabbis
in America, Dr. Soltes is also one of the most -
talented. For many years he was head of the music
council of the National Jewish Welfare Board,
sponsors of Jewish Music Month and the modern
revival of creative synagogal music.
In a captivating book called "Off the Willows,"
published by the Bloch Publishing Co., Dr. Soltes
has given us a glow-by-glow account of the history
of melody and Judaism. Not only has he chronicled
that union but he has given us profiles of such
musical luminaries as Abraham Binder, Isadore
Freed. Abraham Ellstein, Berele Oiagy and others.
And, for dessert, the book contains several can-
tatas by Soltes, which are a delight to read.
After serving congregations in New Jersey and
New York. Dr. Soltse, who is still the voluntary chap-
lin of Jewish men at West Point, was invited to do
community research for the Glen Alden Corp.
At Glen Alden, Rabbi Soltes works with one
of the world's most unbelievable men, Meshulam
RiklLs, once a melamed, now the head of a giant
commercial combine, but still deeply devoted to
Jewish causes.
Rabbi Soltes" book is absolutely charming. We
wish him well and we are sure that he and Mr.
Riklis will also make beautiful spiritual music in
their joint effort to humanize the world of business.
Dr. Zamenhof wl I the new language, I'-;
h heros ol th Res it ince have i] ; i on
b si imps and even <'- 'rm my so hono
m and Rt Irndt who I
Nazis. An int
'i n vab : rith the picl ure of I >r. P
who had 1 cou e to idergo tl
h it ry.
Mermin Feinsilver's The Taste of Yiddish
(Thomas Yoseloff, $10) will warm the hearts of all read-
ndless of their faith. It Ls almost unbelievable that
a book on Yiddish can outshine in humor, academies and
philology Leo Boston's lxst-scllcr of two years ago
but it does! .Mrs. Feinsilver is a gifted writer. She has
contributed, among other things, fascinating sections on
"How English Is Affected" and "The Yiddish Is Showing
How Well They Go Together (Bilingualism)."
There is a mine of information for those who want to
learn how Yiddish responds to English and a bibliography
ol' selected readings and recordings. There are 200 pages
of examples of Yiddish expressions alphabetized from
Advice to Tribalism. Our congratulations to author and
publisher.
* ft ft
A local radio station has achieved notoriety for
its "talk-master" programs. Many of the callers display
their ignorance and many others air emotional and ill-
formed opinions. A significant perccntagr of the callers
are elderly, lonely and friendless people with Yiddish
accents. They use these programs to relate to the out-
side world. Many of these people are the successors to
those who used to write to the "FORVERTS" (The Daily
Forward) edited for 50 years by Abraham Cahan.
The MMal Brief, compiled by Isaac Metker with a
foreword by Harry Golden (Doubleday A Oo $6.95) Ls a
collection of letters to the editor written when Jem
were congregated on the lower East Side of NY. These
letters represent a concise histoiy of the immigrants
who came to the "Goldene Land" to build a new life.
Some of the letters reveal tragedy the poverty,
unemployment, sweat-shop conditioas, starvation, em-
ployer exploitation of employees, the luring of young
girls into prostitution and the pathos resulting from
husbands who abandoned their wives and children. Others
are filled with humor and poignancy. The answers to fee
letters represented sage advice and reflected the morality
of that era. While reading the "Bintel Brief." one cannot
fail to be touched by the baring of the hearts of the
writers and the sincerity of the editorial responses. This
is a Jewish book!
rooAi i brims ror Mr.
I n Cl :
UI
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H
' parenU >
St h i : ;. :,. I Jew iSfl
S fu ii 11 hi lover, and <
to the Is \s .i Moslem, now n nai d
Leila, i -. .i to Muhammed by the ( li
oi Ac dence In K V f
' il was a clash between two wo
tr ditiong^ two ways of life. There was const it
bickering with his parents. He refused to 1< i
she could not adjust to the role which ...-
worn in plays in th. village.
Shi tried, for the sake of the twin children
which wi re born to them, but could not go on. v *
got a divorce, She obtained rabbinical assistance in
reconverting to Judaism. The children wore left in
the village, because under Moslem law th the faith of the father. Her family refused to t ke
her back, and now she is trying to start a r*-w life
The .second girl immigrated to Israel from East-
ern Europe three years ago and fell in love with a
romantic and dashing Arab of the Greek Orthodox
faith. They went to Cyprus and were there married
in a civil ceremony which is recognized in Israel
Like the overwhelming majority of such
matches this one too went on the rocks. He bad
promised to become Jewish, but instead he began
agitating for her to convert. He insisted that their
daughter learn to speak only Arabic and not Hebrew.
She went to court to seek divorce or dissehltiOfl
of the marriage. She told the judge: I don't love
him: I cant live with him; his way of lile is so
strange. When he tried to have our daughter I 1*
Used I realized thus could not go on.
His consent for the separation was necessary
She waived all alimony claims and all demands for
support of the child: and only after she paid him
11*4,000 did he consent and give her the eh.id
The third story Ls about the daughter of a
shochet in- Johannesburg, who recently came to
visit Israel. She is 22. has a B.A. degree in history-
Hebrew language and literature. Mustaihii.27, is a
waiter in a I -.if.....| the Carmel. on- of ter. children
he is trying to save enough money to open a store
in his village.
They planned to emigrate to Australia *r.d get
married there. Her father heard about .t, and
rushed to Israel. The argument went on tor
current market price. The argument went on for
days before the girl crumbled under the pressures
and left Mustapha. A few weeks ago. broken and
in tears, she boarded a plane at Lydda Airport- o'1
tor father's arm.
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Page 15-A
U6AI NOTICE
tEGAi NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
_ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12M9
| SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HELL,
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ii: 1:1:1.1,
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IKMK WELL
haiii.ie iiki.i.. are herebj
i.it ft Hill of I 'oniplaint for
hail loin tlld mcam-i you,
. r- required t> serve :i copy
Answer or Pleading t ihe
'nmplalnt on the Plaintiffs
sn ink & BOOTCHIN Inl
kth Avenue. Miami. Plorida
:.i file il.....rbrlital Answer or
hi (he offtae of the Clerk
.uit Court >fi or liefore the
.1 August, 1*71. If you fnil
E. judgment by default will he
gainst you for the relief da-
|n the I'.ill of Complaint,
atlne .-(nil be published onoe
pk tor four consecutive week*
; \:\\ ism Pli HUDIAN
AND OitDRRBD at Mlumi.
(thin '"111 da.v of June A.ll.
I.KA 'HERMAN. Clerk.
M ui t. Halle County, Ploridu
ll\: It. M. KISSKK
Deputy Clerk
"urt Seali
SOSTCHIN
i.'tli Avenue
plorida SIlSu
- tor Plaintiff
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COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
*D FOR OADE COUNTY.
.ORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71.2648
(DOWLING)
5TICE TO CREDITORS
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|NOTICE OF ACTION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|CRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
NTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-111G9
1 it FOR DIVORCE
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n.'i ih, rierk ">' ii"-
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Ir 1971 i: you fall lo do >
bj defuult will be taken
ii for ih- r-ii.-i demanded
ill "f Complaint
shall be published once
foi four "iisi -u'iv, v. ,-ks
JEWISH pi.oihhiin.
.AND ORPKRRT) at .Miami.
ft! In !ith daj of June A.D. ISTI
LHAthekman. ckrk.
I'ourt, Dude Count*. Florida
By: P. II I ANWAV
Deput) Clerk
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r"N A- I IT MA N
rtuUdlnv
Florida
t- tor Plnlnllfl
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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. 71-10856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
8YI.VANIA SPTTON
Plaintiff,
VS
THOMAS SITTUN JR.,
ll|..l''IMl.lllt.
I Til: THOMAS srTTn.V. JR.
Sol Knst Av, .ii.
Akron, Ohio
V.' il. Tilings SITTUN. .||; ;,,,.
. hereby notified that a I'.ill ,,f Com-
i plain) f..r Divorce baa been filed
IUXUIII8I you, ami you are required to
Kerne a copy of your Answer or I'l.a-I-
Injc to the i:m PlHlntlfPe Httomey, ihnn atid JOH.N-
i'^""N- '.':, '"' l:'-'-i>'ii' RuUdliut, in
N\-.-t l-laiil.r .Street. .Miami. Florida
33130 and ui.- the orurlual AnKWer or
PUndlim in the "lii......i the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 33rd
r July |t7L II v.-u fail lo do HO.
judameiit by default will he taken
aii.i.iiM you fr le relief demanded
iii the Kill of Complaint
Thi.v notice ^hall b.- publlahed once
*:"'S.,)\'.'':, '"V.',,ur ''"nine n-eekH
in Tin: JBW18H PLOKIblAN
DON'K AND UKDRRBD at Miami.
Honda, this llth day of June A I'
_,. K.K LEATHKKMAX, Clerk,
t Iroult Court, Dude County, Klorlda
K.v: f. P, COPKUA.VD
Iieputy Clerk
t< ireuil I'ourt S.ali
DI'N'X and Ji ilINs<>N'. I> *
<16 l!i>.-ayne Dulldlni
Miami. Kloi Ida 33130
Attorneys tor Plaintiff
' 18-23 :
[NOTICE OF ACTION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
" COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
No. 70-13203
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1899 (Judge Primm)
in RR: Emate of
A.MEI IA II DKAKH
Decenned
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Cl Credit! i- and All I'.,------- H ,, .
iiir i i..im- ..I ii. manda Aftaim ......i
Vou i. herebj notified .....I requir-
ed lo in-.in unj lalnu and demandH
ii you may have bruIiihi h.
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to Hi UI I) lud| -
fill ,,, | ,|,|
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NOTICtL-r PUBLICATION
IN THE ClnCLI1T COURT OF THE
nrLfyf5f.T,H -"-'D'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-11295
,....... S>JIT FOR DIVORCE
\l Ml I HA D I.Ai'KKV
I'kii.u nf
EIJXKSTI i:i: LifKKi .|!;

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Ireuh Court. Lad- Couniv. i:. i.,
y: II M KISSKK
.. r>emii> clerk
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[* I"'1.......1- Leo,, RlVd
Coral flablea, Ploridn ::::i::(
Attorney u.< Plaintiff
' IS-2S 7 ;-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIrtM
"F,TPHvEF,e;FL.CU,T COURTT0?NTHE
ELEVE.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71.11527
, ux. SU,T F0R DIVORCE
"'H\ RA\ MO.Vn MORIX
Plain tifl
I -
UORY.N AN v SUHtIX,
I el-ndant
TO ROBVN ANN MtlKIN
Hi Idi I'uknovt i
You, RltllVN ANN MnlllN are
Him inn r i"in-
fol fHvni i-i hm heel
'-an, .ii id a : .. 11>,, ,|
a i opj .-i ) nui \ ni a el ..i
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".] i 'ii\ Katlnnnl Hank Huildlt K
Miami. Ploridn 33139
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IS-M T 2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-19501
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALAN B. McKII.LOP
Plaintiff
VH
I.II.I.IAN BARKINOTON Mi-K ll.l.dl-
lleleiidaut.
TO: l.ll.l.ian BARR1NOTON
Mi -K1I.I.OP
i-.-id.-.ii.- unknown
\'nt. I.II,I.IAN' HAKKINiVTl i.\ Me-
KU.LOP, are hereby notified that a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed aiialnat yuu. and you are
required to serve a oogg of vour
Anmver or Pleadln* to th. urn of Com-
plalni on the Plaintiff"* attorney,
a\'i;ki.o a. Al.l, Suite iin Roberta
IU'Ik.. 3S West Placler Street, Miami.
iion.i.i 311U ami file the oriRinal
Ali.-u-l or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the cin uit Court on or
before the 2th .!.iy of July. Ml. If
you fail to do so, judunn lit by default
will he taken aKainst you for tin- re-
bel demanded In tu Hill o( i'om-
plaint.
This notice .shall he published once
each week fr f.,ur ronaeeutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH Ili'ltnilAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Kith day of June A.D.
Iffi.
B. B-UBATHRRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Ploridn
By! J. J NKl-Si'N
1'enuty Clerk
ti:ir. uit Court Bean
ANtlEiX .\ alt. l:sgcn:i:
Suit- t"o RobertH r.uikl'.ni;
J8 w.-st Phutler str-et
Miami. Klorlda 33130 373-ICS4
Attorney for Plaintiff
0 is-j^ 7 :-!>
UGAL MOTrCf
UCAL NOTKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2461
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: K-' '- ol
TKS8IE l.l.l'KKMAN
He. -as. d.
Tu All Creditors ami All Pel koiih Hav-
ing I'laiiiis or demand* Against Said
l:- late:
You are herebj notified and re-
III,,. .I to or. sent .mi .lailn- mid lie-
id uiii.-h you may have ngaiiiHi
the Htati "1 TKSSIE LEI 'EH KA S
ileeeilseil lali I iildi i 'nun J Plor-
idn, in tl in Ij Judgi.....I" I lad.
I file Ihe sain- In du|ill-
...... ,i .1 n n..i.
a -. ni
the Com it nusi
Kim idn, ulibi i> uleiidar
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Killed .ii Mi. mi Plot
In. \ I '
III INAI I' I. DAVIS
Aitorn, y for E
As Kx. i lit.,i
In Bel.....f Tessie I .....,
|iul notle.i ..a ilie
.'nil daj -i .lulv .AH -TI
I 11 i DAVIS
Vltoi a. \ for Est
Ti Rule I .-.l-llllau. .1. eUHl d
:: Kisi'iiyne Building
IV I
Miami. Plot i.l.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 70-4379
JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: ESTATE OK
JOHN DZURO
I Ifi'eas.-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND CLAIMANTS
You and eaeh of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
elaim and demands which vou. or
either of you. inav have Jfalnet Ihe
Kstan- ni JOHN DZVRO deceased,
late of the Count] oi Dude, State "1
Klorida. to the Count) Judges or Brow-
ard^County, Plorida, at their office
in the Court House. Port Lauderdale,
I'lori.la. wiihin six (,,i calendar
months from the dale of the first
publication of this notice. Earn claim
or demand must be in writing and
must state the place of reaidence and
i>ost office address ot th- claimant,
ami must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agtint, or his attorney, or the nut
will become void aocordinR to law
Such credltiM- or cluimunt must at the
lime ol the filing of Ihe same deliver.
a cony of such claim to said I'ountv
Judges iii compllan.:. with t'hupt.-r
C1-3M. LOWS of Klorida for IH61.
This tmh day of June, 1:,T1.
ANDREW TiiTII- Attorney
-"" N.i:. issth st.
.Miami, Florida
Tel. 707-94*1
of the Estate of
JOHN DZUlto. deceased.
____________ ick-'j--- : i-H
" NOTICE OF ACTION"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-12401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAROAKET LICK,
Plaintiff
vs.
WALTER K. I.UK.
I I '.I-:,,I., ill
, TO: WALTER E. LICK '
:i" w.-st .Main Street
Klplej. New York
Vou. WALTER E. LICK, are here-
bj notified thai n Complaint for Di-
vorce has been filed ngnlnsl you,
ami you are required lo nerve n copy
; "i" your Answer or Pleading : the
I Comnlalnl mi the Plaintiffs attorney,
JACK i TAPPER. IT'" \ IV Till !
Siri. Miami. Klorida 33125 and file
"'......glnal Am ivi .a Pleading in
II.....fflcc of Ihe Clerk of Ihe Pircuil
; '"Ui........ In fore ,li. :mi ,lav til
Vuiru IH7I If J ii :. s...
judgm. ill b> a. fault n ill In iken
im you for ih. reli. i d. maud. .1
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folll ...
THE : EWISH I"1 'i:ll HA N
HONK w.....EHKREH al Mian I.
Mot Ida, Mils j,, A.H
E II I i: VTIIERM VN
uit Court, p
Bj N A HBWKTT
Uil "..ni i Seal i
: M K ,1 ; mi Kll
\ \\ TDi STREET
M ami, Plot
utorin tin
i- .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4123
In RE: Estate of
KI.OKENCK K. DROl'ZAS,
1'.. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlton ami All Persons llav-
nig flainis or Demands Aaainsl Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed i" pregeui imj claims and demands
which you niay have againsl th.- -.-
late Of PLi ilCKNCI-: K. IIKOCZA8 de-
i easi.d UMe oi i.i.s Anti-ii! County,
California, to th. County Judgea of
lia.le County, and fill the sam.- III
duplicate and iu* provided in Section
133-K. Kloi ida Statutes, in their ol-
ii.es iii ih- County Courthouse In
Hade County, Plorida-, within six
calendar months from the lim- ,,f
ihe first publication hereof, or the
same v\ in in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Klorida. this nth
daj "f June. A.D I'-TI.
A. JAY CKI8TI >I.
-\s Adiiniiislralol
Klrst pubUcalion of this notice on
the Isth dav of JUD.U, 1971
CKISTOL ItOSBeV AIJDRICH
Attorneys t--r Administrator
'-'1 N.K. Pint Avenue
t 18-35 T !-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEKEBY (VIVKN lliat
th- undersign, d. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
AAA FACTORY SKKVK'KN'TKK
POR VACUUM fll_VNKl.s ft SEW-
IN<; MACHINES at ISM W. 4th
Street, Etialeah Intends lo register
aid aanie uitli the clerk of the Clr-
. uit (oUrt ni Dude County, Plorida,
DAVID PRANK. Hole Owner
Silvers!, in. Knittny* Kroop
Al torneys for Applicant
i-:'.' 7 :-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIH HI YEN that
Hie und, rsimi,-d. desiring lo engage
in i.ii-in.-s under th. fictitious name
"i PEL1IEII M< "All: MADE ICH
CREAM nl Weil Bird Roud, Miami,
Kla Intend to [el -al.l III!mi \. I'll
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Pli
WILLIAM MITTWEDK. JR.
IIII.H \ M ITTW i:i IE
MIRIAM IIECKEKM v\
1 s v 3rd Ai n
i 'In
.. :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.....: i s 111-. i; i: 11 v i
lo engage ill
ou- .a ... me of
PKMINA KKAI T > SAI.i N
Sunn.v Isli llouli I. > Mi ml
I Ii eh. Kl.lnl,
name u lib the > : nil
1 Plorldi
ESTH Kll \'. EINSTEI S
,H'I I I VKNtll.li
S!l VRt i.N I AKTIN
! VROI.n BTRI 'a n
\ ...-. -. plli
I.ii tl
NOTICE UNDER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
\- iTIt i: IS Ii ICREHY tilt KN that
tin- uiiderslgueil. desiring to i
under the flct illou m me
I W. ill i:\iic\l. ci IMF \\ Y at
11 in \ i: IC3rd Sii-e.-t. North
Ki... Ii. Pin Intends lo i > lei
' he i 'lei k of Ihe I u
i I i.i.l. i 'ou.iti. Plorida
S M St H A> K
.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN thai
ih. uiiderslgnetl, desiring (u engage
,a business under ill- fictitious name
i ALL PIA1RIDA CARPET RALES
ii :-" n u 73rd Street, Miami, Plo-
i.i.i intend lo r-cist.r Hald name with
in fieri "i ihe Circuit Court uf
Dade 'nun ;\ Ploridn
I: tYMOND I BNSRY
1 i 'I IS IKROSU >\\
NELSON A PRLDMAN
Attorneys for Partneni
1136 Kane I ,.!.. ..Ul.
Miami Beach, Plorida 331 I
m:-..-,TIi.
7 3->-l-23
Said ci i nil.1.1
lug desi rlbed propel I
in the circuit court of the
eleventh juoicial circuit
in and for oade
county. florida
Case no. ji-mh?
notice of suit
I OCISE IIAII.KY. a I, a
I.. 'I'isi-: N. NELSi >N,
Plaintiff
vs
RICH \l:ii \i:i SON and
vi-M.si.v. in- nil. ii married,
Defendants
ft 111' II All! \ I'l s. .V :,,,,i
\i:i.si in
lu- n it'-, it" married
I' la iN mi
.MIAMI SPRINtIS, PI HtlDA
YOr RICHARD XKI SON and
ni-:i Si in hl |f
her. In notified thai n
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, oil i| Ihi follow hm de.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 207.-"
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 71 A 3*2
NOTICE IS HKREKY ISIVBN ilia'
Samu. > holdi r nl ntj ni
Tax S rtifli umbi I
.i ami i: Issued Ih.
\ : him ril.il
mj oft ad has ni
III v .I. erl In !. i- -ii. .1 lli.
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tin Count)
l Im.i. sis..... Piorlcl
I.ot 13 v.;... ;< -,-. Kusl I......rt) Cllj
. Hnmesili Plat Ih n. pi Pagi ::>.
Section ii. To\ nshlp 53 South. Ilatig.
i' En mi In Ihe t ''-n I
I of Ploridn as embraced Ii fertiflcati
, Ni.. ::::T Th- iissessmeut nf s-ai.l nro-
P-i-t.- under Ihe said certificate Issu-
ed was in ihe a.im- .a Thomas Sir
ton \- u Rowena
, Tin- dei -I .i ill l.. Issued subject In nil
other outstnmllnc delinquent Cout
Ii'.'- an.! IvT" t'oUlll) la\..- and Cltj !
..I Miami Liens
I...is g.j ,\. n n.....i, ::i. Wuddelln .
. K.-sub Plat l!....k I Page l>.:., ,:i the
County of Dade, Rtnte << Plorida, as I
I embraced in Certificate No I7B. Tin-|
, is>. ....-ni. ni oi said property under Ihe
said i-ertiti.v.i,. i.-ii-h ,. I,, ii,.. lume
of Win & Ida aionhlowlta
! This deed Will he issued sul.je.l 10 all |
that nutMtandlng il-llanu-nt Counts
l.ivi- mid I',?" Couutj lav.s and Cilv'
'f .Miami Liens
I'nles. said certificates shall be re. j
l.-nied a.. oi dim; t.> lau. Hi. nropert) .
described herein will he sold t" the I
highest bidder for .ash at Ihe Court
I HOI.....|n,*r on ihe first Monday In
Hi. month .a August, \ n 1971, whli l.
i- ih, .'ml .la. of August
Miami, Pla

of
i Nn 537
All
.1 has
ii 10
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Dated
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Ibis
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B> P P HP I DSTRANII
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-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 71.1146C
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
mm \ M PERK/
flu In t Iff,
VI, 'BETE I'l IRESC,
To VICENTE l'l-:i:i:/
\. i.m
I'.i. h. i I. Ma i U
\Ol (RE HKRI W\
mpl ii | von i
ih .I an liusl i ..a ,i .. | .,
ulred -.. Kervi
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. 71 A 365
NOTICE IS IIKKKKV filVKN
SAMCEI. SCII >'. VKTZ hold, r
Tax Sal. iVi
i -in il da \ .a Ma
, i". i-t'i

be Iseui -l Ih.
. mill a- .
'II tj of
oi Plorida, lo-u il
I ..i 33 Kli hard \ .!!. I !s .
II 17 P: in Ihe ,.un-
tj ..i i. ih Slut, -i Klorida
Til !.-. .1 -, ill he is-u. ,1 uubjei I to
I'-T" cit\ .,: \ii.,ii.i taxes anil Llena
an,I I'.-T" oumy tn
The .,--.-sin.-ni .-f sai.I property
under the said certificnti wan In the
in. in. of: vVII.HEI.MENA ILVWLS At
SAMIE I. M< rnl-ss said certificate shall !" re-
I, -in.-i according to law, ihe property
,l, -., i il.-.l herein will be sold to ihe
highest bidder tor cash ai the Court-
house door ou the first Monday In
Hi. month ..I' August. ll'Tl. which la
Ihe 3nd das of August. 1971.
Dated thi- j>ih daj of June, IH71.
K. It. I.I:.VTI1EI:.MA.\". Clerk
of Ciii-uit court. Dade County. Ptorldg
By: IV P. OPI-DHTRAND
Deputy clerk
i. 'Ireuil Court Seal i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.12294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIRIAM WAIHNl..
Plaintiff,
tiEOROK ItY
I l.-t'-mla ii'
'I : l'i lit! il
Ri hiden.
:, IX \l:i\.
IIYRON WARINl!
V\ I I ,
You, DEI 'Rf.K BY IH i.N \\ VRINO.
!,, ,, l.j noiificd ill.ii ., Kill
i '..mi,!., ni loi I e\ on has bei n filed
ou anil --ii a .1 to
s. rv. a copy of youi tnswer or Plead
in- till of i 'oniplalni on hi
lluriie) PRIEHMAN A
I.IPCON ; : s \\ Kill Street Suite
in*. Mlu nn. Pli rli the
\IISU .1
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' i-i \ IV iTHi \ ii. Miami
. ,-,i file II
I Clerk nf Ih. hovi utyled C ,ui I
i ;-< '- i .lull
1971 .....rnull ill l-
IV..,,,si '-Il
I' VTED it-is i lib ,l.,v June, 1971
K It I.RATHERMAN
i l-il, nf Cii-uil i '..ii.-i
Kj \ A IIKWKTT
'I'll, llll CoUrl Seall
CIS
This ... II i.. publish. .1 .....
-a.l' u e.-k i"i "ii s. .
l'i I .1 t-T \\ isll II I III HI AN
I a ,\ i; \N'|i OKI ii:i:i:ii hi Miami,
Plorida, iin- JmIi .ii. ..i Juin A o.
1971
P. II il-: \TIII-'i:ma\\ Clerk
Circuit Courl I ladi I '.mills. Plot Ida
Bj i |. i : I .an i
l'. ant. 'lerk
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:T 17 S V\ lli Si reel. No l"!'
Miami Ploridn
A i i.m iii v (oi Plainllfl
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Jewish Floridian
i, r'ioridc Fiiday, July 9, 1971~
Section 3
First Step Taken Towards
Paying For Arab Property
BHl SALEM tJTAi The
nuij. r step toward compen-
Ig Arabs for property they
h" i within the borders of
pTi s, nt Jewish state was
unc [Justice Yaaeov Shimshon
11 which has been sub-
ed to the government with
pproval of the Prefnier and
bisi. of Finance, lie laid,
Id obligate Israel to pay at
SltO mil Ion to Arab resi-
of K.ast Jerusalem for im-
bk property they possessed
sra< li territory prior to
gfml-i th" proposal, the K.ast
s:ili ,'n Arabs, whether retn-
or not. will lr compensated
lie basis of the value of their
rt> in 194*. M determined
United NatioiiH rommis-
plus 86%. The total will !*
Mpiiitl by the t art or* of 8.4
lllun tor inflationary value
fas.s over the past M years.
I< i- 1111:i is in One with tli>'
inn< ndation of fie l'.\.
slip. ( on. ;i. iim.i (ommis-
pmp< nation will be in the
Of non-transferable Isi.t I
mm nt bonds redeemable
[equal yearly installments
a pflriod of 20 years, be-
Mng in 1975. The bonds will
")'_'; Interest and will be
led to the cost-of-living in-
IX They will !> identical to
the State of Israel Bonds sold
abroad except thai the latter
have a 17-year maturation pe-
riod.
Under the Shapiro bill, the
Arabs will not have the right
of choice between compensation
and restoration of the property
and claims for compensation
musl be filed within two years
after it becomes la.'..
Mr. Shapiro said the payment
form would prevent the burden
upon the Treasury from becom-
ing onerous while at the same
time avoiding the peril for the
economy which would result if
large sums of money flowed into
the market simultaneously.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
in a report to the Knesset last
week, disclosed that Israel paid
$2.1 million to IT Christian in-
stitutions damaged in the wars
of 194S and 1967. although the
conflict was initiated by Jordan
During the 19 years of Jordan-
ian occupation, he reported, the
Christian population of East Je-
rusalem declined by 20.000 as a
result of emigration. This move-
ment, he said, has halted since
Israeli lores captured the city.
In reply to a question from
the floor that he was apparently
anticipating. Mr. Eban provided
a lengthy report on the holy
places and the status of the
Christian communities in Jeru-
salem. In accordance with Is-
raeli policy, he noted, the relig-
ious authorities of each faith
control the shrines of that faith.
Mr. l-.i.an reported that thr
Jerusalem municipality has pro-
vided a number of Christian in-
stitutions and churches with fi-
nancial and technical aid for the
furtherance of spiritual, artistic
and cultural undertakings and
to encourage efficient mainte-
nance.
Christian churches are not
subject to taxation, and are also
exempt trom customs duties and
sales tax, Mr. Eban said. The
right of every religious com-
munity to maintain its own
school ami determine its curric-
ulum is also guaranteed. "Our
policy, he explained, "is safe-
guarding the religious, cultural
and social life of the city's pop-
ulation anil of those who enter
its gates, including Christians.
Moslems and other pilgrims."
Manuscripts Analyzed
By Modern Process
amo
By KAREN OCMBON
[1971 JewUh Telegraphic Aisi-n. >
processes employed by phys-
and opticians are being ap-
to the morphology of letters
team of researchers analyx-
edieval Hebrew manuscripts.
cy are trying to develop a
anical device to compare let-
more easily and accurately
can be done by the human
[in order to enable us to group
cripts according to their
t." explains Dr. Malachi Beit-
director of the Institute of
films of Hebrew Manuscripts
e Jewish National and Uni-
Ity Library on the Hebrew
rsity campus and head of the
Bw Palaeography Project.
ientific assessment of the
|Uni of ink in the letters pro-
something like an electro-
halogratn. which gives one
to the time and place of
in of an ancient manuscript
identify, classify, and deter-
_ the dates and origins of me-
dieva !i< brew manuscripts is the
lose of the Hebrew Palaeogra-
Project, which was founded
65. The project is sponsored
he Israel Academy of Sci-
and Humanities and the In-
de Recherche at d'Histoire
fextcs of the Centre National
la Recherche Sdentifique In
^Js and is associ ited with tthe
Jew is' National and University
B^^P1 Y in Jerus ilem.
o.-t medieval Hebrew manu-
Bts have been lost: the ma-
By of those which have been
Brved are undated. Frequently.
Beven the place of origin is
In. The early Hebrew niaiiu-
Is originated over a large
raphical area, probably larger
that of Latin manuscripts.
Iding as far as India and even
_, and Including the Orient.
North Africa and all of Europe.
Although Jewish scribes in their
wanderings enforced or by
choice may well have kept their
native style of writing, at least In
the first generation, the research-
ers believe that they would then
a.lopt the local technical tradition
if producing hand books.
The development of processes
like the planned mechanical de-
vice, which would be valid for
analyzing any script, is being
watched with interest by Latin
palaeographers.
Latin Palaeography has been
practiced for over 00 years. "Old
medieval manuscripts were writ-
ten in monasteries and religious
institutions," Dr. Beit Arie said.
"There were regulations for copy-
ing and Latin palaeographers know
Kbout those. We know very little.
We had to start from the very be-
ginning because before us no sys-
tematic research had been done.
We don't know about copying cen-
ters among those Jews; we now
'tope to be able to find out about
the transmission of Hebrew cul-
ture."
We use a very detailed ques-
tionnaire to record the character-
istics of the dated manuscripts."
Dr. Beit-Are explained, "not only
the scribal features such as the
form of the letters and graphic
signs ind habits, but also the vari-
ous physical aspects." During the
13th century, it became the prac-
tice .a Germany and Northern
France to shave parchment so
that the bald Bide and the flesh
side were no longer distinguishable.
The number of sheets contained
in a quire, varying from four to
eight, allow- some geographical
classification: five sheets are al-
most without exception linked to
Oriental or Italian origin. Prick-
ing and ruling provide additional
(Continued on Page 5-B)
Dr. Albert L>. Zaa.n, president tute cf Science and developer of the Sabin Oral Poiio
Vaccine, receives the National Medal of Science, the
U.S. government s highest science award from Presi-
dent Richard M. Nixon in ceremonies conducted at
the White House. The award was made in recognition.
of Dr. Sabin's "fundamental contributions to the under-
standing of viruses and viral diseases."
Authorities Deny Discussing
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
authorities questioned by the
J> wish Telegraphic Agency, have
categorically denied reports that
tin interrogation of Jewish emi-
gres frcm the Soviet Union was
discussed with Richard H
director of the Central Intelli-
gence Agency during his visit to
Israel last week.
It had l>een reported earlier
that one of the reasons for Mr.
Helms' visit was to secure per-
mission for American agents to
question the new arrivals from
Russia. But the JTA. which
conducted an exhaustive investi-
gation, learned that Israeli au-
thorities have not deviated from
their long-standing policy, which
permits neither Israeli nor for-
eign agents to question Soviet
Interrogation With CIA Chief
Immigi u ts,
Study Shows Arab Nations
Received Most U.S. Aid
WASHINGTON (WNSl A
study in the American Isra I
Public Affairs Committei |
cation "The Near East Report."
shows that Arab nations hat
receivi d far more military and
economic aid from the United
States than Israel has.
Statistics shew that Arab na-
tions have received $230 million
in U.S. military grants, while
Israel has received none, and
thai the Arabs have re :- 1
three times the U.S. ecoi
aid given to Israel and seven
times the amount of her non-
militarj grants.
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Leadonhip Award of Qm Greater
Miami J. wish Federation, Milton
Weiss, Federation president, art- Martin Fine, 1957.
ens, 1958; Marshall S. Harris, 1962;
Local Delegation
To Attend RZA's
Aug. 4-8 Conclav
e
North Miami City Council
Names \eu Associate Judge

Winners of the
Award include
Mis. Sue Ste> -
nounced this week.
The Award, made annually, rec-
OKni/es young peopU? in the com-
munity who have given outstand-
ins, mil devoted service to the
Federation and its agencies, li is
sponsored by the current and past
presidents of Federation.
Nomination nrc limited to per-
sons between the aqca of '_'."> and
40; th: w-'nncr will receive ;i tripl
to the 40fh General Assembly o'";
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, which will bo
held, in PltHhorKh In Novemo r.
The As* mbly attracts hurdreds of
outstanding Jewish leaders from
the ITnJted St it, r.
"Working 'tli \ niti-r 1 mder- \
i <> among the iv rhosl prkv in
in Aiiuiic.il Jewish communitv
lite," said Mr. Wc'ss. "One of
..... obfetlves of this award is to
stimulate iind Inspire the yonne
peopl < in our community towar '
further nil continuous communal
intei -i nn I activity."
Sine llu esl rhl'shmenl of the
"'' leadership Awaid, in
1957 Hi various recipients haw!
Daniel Ncal Heller, 1963; Norton
s. Pallot, 1964; Sam Luby, Jr..
1965; Ms. Howard Trinz and Har-
ry I!. Smith. 1966; Mrs. Milton S.
Green and L Jules Arkin, 1967;
Robert H. Traurig, Mrs. Richard
Brlckman and Mrs. Harry B.
Smith. 1968; Mrs. Burton R. Levey,
Mis. Robert I. Shapiro and Richard
J. Harwich, 1960; and Harry A,
Levy, 1070.
Hj .ii in Kolko, pn -..lint
Gn nter Miami Chapb r of th*
ligious '/.'. mists of Am i
Iru in H. M ikovsky, Dav id M
mclstcin Mori is 7 'llnor an I >ui
Y iima u ill lie the ofl lei Great t
Miami d i. s to the 62i I
nual K.'/...\. Com ntion lo be
in Jei us d ':n. Aug. 4-8.
Somi 1.0 0 d< i i -. repn sent-
ins '-'!'; ch pten rhro i houi \ i
ica an exi eted t > n irt'ein
the cnnvi ntiori: featun d sp ik rs
H.m ird
Um
t
North
two-
Judge Neu. who h v >,,.
at 133 NE 132nd St. ,,th '
wife. Elinor, and twoy,mn, .
lers. is iln choir din
; lo Monurah.
,1,. N >: ih Miami attorney
l{.. M. Neu hji n num. d an Aaaooi-
!. \l lu I ;e b>
M iml <":'> C iu
\> ir t
Mr. Neu, who hokls n degree In
a| Accu from the University of
1,1' Miami and a Jui is Pre lence de-
gree from the U-M La School,
has s rvcd i- stal campaign man-J Convention Speaker
goi for Supreme Court Justices
Jose|>h A. B tyd, Jr.. and i: il IVki-\
He is is i a c ind I ite tor thi-
l>iiii- County Com-
Israeli Ambassador
IL
u
eonfued s,.ve (he conimunity. ,,,, ,r T .'.|"l !.,.' .\ IH'll.l ..* ,1...... 1...V1 ... ,
- in M mi I
many of them ho'd po-
lli I-'. I -i :lion's B mrd
ol r>:n el i s. Fleers of the
Feder t'on mil have se vi in th"
.1 wish App 11-Israel
y Fill ...
inelu ling the |wsl
< np'd Chaiinii n.
Regional Postmaster General
Carl C ITIsakcr has announced
the completion of his Southern
Re ion staff with the appointm >nl
f T. J. Colemnn, foi mer .\i i I
Regional Dir ctor, is Assist ml Re-
gionul Postmaster G neral I'or Sup-
lrt, Southern P..'-ion.
The n n rion is i m i| fh
in tin I'nited Si it
15; ii ,...];>
with
Mr. I'ls il< ii | thai '
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There's a tempting recipe on
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Three kinds: Mushroom. Mari-
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Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
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will be Prime Minister <; ilda Mcir Mi tropo il in
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan mission in the recent sped il
and Foreicn Minister Abba Kbm.! election.
Major addresses at the eonven-, ... .,
ton will also ).. delivvred by the ;>!'" ''" "! '.h- "orW"
Minister* ol the National RHi- ':nix ^ <>Pment < ,.me.l. Mr.
Clous Party. Dr. Voscf Burtr. Mn- ^'" ta > t.nt-,l-ot ol the
' Council ol n'nii
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Mi,-h:i-l Chaxnnl. Minist r ol S .- ..'^ M K "nts CTl* ind ,'"'
I'nivers Ij ol Miami Alumni Asso-
i iati in and American B ir, and a
Ihe \".i r .-hi in '
!' ii : i Instituti sof Ci tlfied Pub-
Staff Completed
With innaintiMAHi i" "' l!''' ",: n'' fcwrtJ'War^ ^.!l
wiTn Appointment iv- mi s., ,: > n- ^.^..r^
A j r iMictUKl Cha7.ini. Mfntei S!.. "f M rri '' ivmun"
Of T. J. Coleman
cial \V'i Ifare. Dr Bernard Bi rjrman
'- ch t'r in ... th ,- ,ii\, ntlon;
Shi i" hen i- r ichairman.
The convi ntion will mark the
70th > ir ol the four tins ol the
M I n md thi "
years s n the esl ib| im m of
Ihe !!.'' f| Han or < .
'hi-, si-ftei movements whose bat-
'!' I'm :li p .'.- nation ol thi
e\i hi
i| i ln> Holy I
dh<
i;
Ic Accountants.
Goneral Yitzhak
ambassador to the United Stu
who reporhxlly will be mov4
rrom his pr.'sr,it assbmmeni to,
c. binei potitinn within t .
I m-inths. moke at th.- T.>aro.
stem frioM-s national con
in Mii-vi TV-ieh this u
The um ..ho led !
lovers to viet ^rv in the SU-
Daj W-..i IK7 laud d \-
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Israel in th. months no the
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Fridtry. July 9, 1971
*Jenitfi Ftcr/df/tom
Page 3-B
Appropriation For Land
m Acquisition Approved
t" 5. ll.ui- ..i i;,
pproved -
513 million
RKI-. DANTE FASCELL
i ir parks in Smith Plor-
Congressman Dante B. F.is-
nnounced, $2.94
>n : whlch is t<> complol te-
ll l pi \\ tt< l> owned i'il
Biseaj ne Nation il Monu-
n II
i the "hole-in
portion I ;
lunal
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B' I
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i >n.
ell, who
Inti r-Am Sub-
\ttairs
Comri.....
1 ii I i two month
in cum nti was bein :
planne IS-nation
"ii "to describe and under-
star l the ; in cur-
rents in th Cat n and the
Ciull (il Mi\i.
The study is being sponsored by
CICAR, (the Cooperative Investi-
gation of the Caribbean and Ad-i
lacenl Regions). American par-
ticipation in this multi-national
project is miller the auspices ol
the Commerce Department's Na-
tional Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA).
"Dr. Harris B. Stewart. Jr.. di-
rector of NOAA's Atlantic Ocean-
hic and Meteorological Lab-
oratory ;n Miami, is the UJS. Na-
tional Coordinator for CICAR,"
Rep. F t .11 kid. "Chief scien-
tists from the Miami laboratories
for the July-August expedition arc
rl Starr, Prank Chew, and
Dr. Robert Molinari.
"United States fforts to study
circulation patterns and currents
will I.. iral n the West-
ern Car b in, the Yu -atan Ch n-
I, ind the S ern part of
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Hoge 4-B
*M*ist ftcrja/istr
Friday. July 9 ig?
Federation Names Flink
Public Relations Director
A graduate of the City College
ol New York. Mr. Flink received
a Masters degree from the City
University of New York, where he
majored in Political Science; and
also attended Brooklyn Law
School.
A native of Providence, R.I..
Mr. Flink now makes his home
with his wife and daughter in
North Miami Beach.
BBW Chapter
Returns With
Several Honors
Arthur L. Flink has been named
Director of Public Relations of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
according to Milton Weiss, Fed-
eration president.
Mr. Flink, formerly associated
with Hank Meyer Associates and
the New York Times, will be re-
s)onsible for the direction, planning
and implementation of all public
ations programs, advertising
and production of collateral ma-
fa ri U relating to the Federation's
annual Combined Jewish Appeal-
ael Emergency Fund campaign,
as well as effectively interpreting I
and promoting programs relating
to the Federation's community
budgeting and fund-rais-
irts
Prior to joining the staff of the
r Miami Jew ish Foil. :
Mr Flink served for thres
il executive with the Mi-
ll public relations firm
"'-. Meyer a-- ,-.,, gervic-
ints for a wide variety of
-! .I and philanthropic organ-

moving to Miami. Mr.
k worked for a number of
York newspapers, including th Am; Awards for besl
urnal ol Commerce, the
M ir and the New V > k
- where for more than six
- he served in various capaci-
Metro is Compiling
Calendar of Events
The Miami-Metro Department of
Publicity and Tourism is compiling
a Greater Miami Fall and Wintoi
Calendar of Events to cover ac-
tivities from Oct. 1. 1971 through
April 30. 1972.
Activities ol general interesl^^
such as sports. musicT art, theater,
trade shows and exhibits, festi-
vals, and social events open to the
public will be listed. Include
date. time, location, details about
participants, sponsoring groups,
admission and name of contact
'address and phone) in your- entry.
Information, which will tie pub-
lished in mimeographed and print-
ed brochure form for use by news
media, travel industrj
and clubs, is al in compil-
ing activities releas ^
Jerome Loeb DeJur Student Dormitory J
Technion Israel Institute Is Dedicated
The dedication of the Jerome
Loeb DeJur Student Dormitory at
Technion. Israel Institute of Tech-
nology, was marked recently in a
memorial gathering for Harry De-
Jur.-* ho died in London on his
way to the Technion in Haifa. Mr.
DeJur. an industrialist from New
York and Miami was a Life Trus-
tee n! the American Technion
ety.
The dormitory, which he made
le through i generous
is named lor Mr DeJur's lati
v\ ho W IS i ;:.: lu Iti at II it \ .mi
It joins l:' other student i
buildings at Technion. I- .,-, ,
technological universin "nl
... ,.,.....,.; ... ,. i,roviain(t
181 or an
accommodation for ,
students.

Mr. DeJur. a found.., ,f tho ^
Jur-Amsco photograph e
wedfcf
firm, was 78 at the
death June 11. He us [
his wife. Marian.
Mr. DeJur. who retli | ln >T
i- MCnetary-treas
Jur-Amsco. Ml Bin
the Hera? Street Seti
the I owei E m\ Side
North Dade Chapter deli
to in.' June 26-29 B'nai B'rith
Women District Five convention
returned from Atlanta with a
number of honors. Mrs. Arthur
HorwitZ became president-elect of
District Five and Mrs Newton
Hofstader, third vice-president,
Mrs. Ronald Jay became a member Members Attend Concert
of the nominating commit; i
Deadline for conn *hich
should be sent 1 D I !: :'
witz, Cal ndai Edil it M
ro Depart) ; f Pub]
fourisn I I
imi Floi !
The North Dade Chapter itself
vas cite.i for outstanding achieve-
ments in fund raising and mem-
I foi iuIIi I :. Under
around chapter, North Dad re-
ceived honorable mention.
t- reporting sp irts events,
- a i neral tssignment
fa r on the Metr ipolitai
ISSisI mt to the National
lil .:.
Mrs Edwin Janofsky and Mrs
Michael Rosa were also recognizi d
for outstanding service as chapter
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friday, July 9. 1971
""Jewisti noridKarj
Page 5-3
-
riedbergs Are Celebrating
Oth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Friedberg will be
honored Saturday, July 10, during the
9 a.m. services at Beth David Congrega-
tion and at the Kiddush immediately offer-
ward. Active members for the past 15 years,
the Friedbergs, who will be celebrating their
I 50th wedding anniversary, came here from
Sayvf.Ie, N.Y.
Manuscripts Analyzed By Modern Processes
(I iml urn.'d from I'ase 1-B)
clues; in Northern Italy, during th<'
second half of ttie 15th contury
horizontal linos were ruled in ink
vertical lines by pencil. Once all
:he details have, been collected
and analyzed, they can be classi-
fied mechanically by COmpMeYi
The Jewish University and Na-
tional Library has for the past
20 years been building up a com-
prehensive collection of manu-
scripts written in Hebrew char
.(-tors in lancua-res s'Miken b\
lews. One the 10.0C0 original He-
brew manuscripts preserved [n
[grael, most are to be found
In addition, about 26,000 micro-
films representine more than
half of the existing Hebrew manuT
scripts in the world (apart from
Israeli bave, been collected
'rotn many sources, including col-
lections without printed catalogues,
.md those in monasteries and old
archives in small towns all over
Furope. Several hundred were ob-
tained from Russia before the Six-
TViv WV,-
We have always been big league,but
today it's of f iciaLWe hit $100 Million!

We're very proud of hitting $100,000,000
in assets That's a lot of money, but even more
important, it represents lots of people who
like saving at Biscayne Federal. And many of
them were with us at the very beginning, just
15 short years ago. C Without question, our
remarkable growth is due to efficient and
dedicated teamwork within the association.
Without good management, without excellent
customer service, without progressive ideas,
such an endeavor would have been impossible.
Public confidence in a financial institution is the only solid founda-
tion from which such heights can be attained. Q We reached
out to the public by opening offices that would make it more con
venient to do business with Biscayne Federal.
We now have 5 fine locations throughout
Dade County. By promoting thrift within our
community, we have been able to provide
loans to thousands oi people so that they
can enjoy the satisfaction of owning their
own homes. And we bend over backwards to
give all our customers the kind of service they
need. ? While many other institutions have
lowered their rates, Biscayne Federal still con-
tinues to pay a big 5% on passbook savings,
interest compounded daily. So if you're looking for a convenient
place to put your money and have it grow at the highest rates,
come to any Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association office.
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Minimum balance Jl.OOO.Interest compounded daily.
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.Interest compounded daily from day of deposit
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Page 6-B
*Jenit fkrk/ian
Friday. July 9, 1971
mnm sm hb msiom says
Rate Increase
'Sorely Needed'
r
Above is an artist's rendition of Temple Or Olom's new sanctuary, for which ground is
being broken in 6 p.m. ceremonies Sunday.
Temple Or Olom Breaking
Ground For New Sanctuary
pggr^rgFB^
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STRAIN
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in .
woody
aliens
bananas

at 200 MPH!
CLE MANS'
Temple Or Olom founded in ;i
k ;hborhood barbershop 16years
igo will break ground for a
lew permanent sanctuary Sunday
i 6 p m.
The ground breaking will h wo
sped ii significanc >. due to the
act tii I or the Jewish calendar
lulj 11 is the Fast oi'Tunus, com-
nemorating thi beginning of the
lestruction of the "old temple" by
he Roman Empire nearly L',000
ears
Vccording to Temple Or Olom
D Stanley Eder. th -
> im tu > veill i>.' .a concret
shell structure with a lobby and
OUngl a: i and will feature stain-
i lass *ind ws of religious d -

Partici] iting in the ground;
'. con monies will be M:ami
Mayor Steve ("lark. Dude's Sen.
Wometco Theatres
Mike Nichols- -
Carnal Knowledge
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Ralph Peston and members of the
temple including Rabbi Ralph Z.
Glixman, Mrs. Mas Formal!. Sis-
terhood president, and Sam Kes-
sler. Brotherhood president. Past
presidents ot the temple "ill also
ii recognized at the ceremonies
The temple, located at 8736 SW
16th St., has come a long nay
from its barber shop beginning in
1956 when 15 families who realized
the increasing Jewish population
in the community had created a
definite need for a temple met in
a neighborhood barber shop one
evening.
Plats for what was then called
("oral Way Jewish Center were
drawn up. hut for four years
until the present facility was huilt
in 1900 all they had was a tract
Of land. Tiny held their prayer j
services in homes in the area, and]
organizational meeting In local
schools and a church that offend
its facilities.
The present structure con-
sisting ol eight classrooms, a small
chattel, tin' rabbi's study, and a
combination sanctuary-auditorium-
social hall were built in 1960.
Th- name was changed to Temple
Or Olom in I9ti.! and membership
started to grow.
Now, the temple has mi ire than
500 t enilies as members and the
present sanctuary is no longer i le
quate. When the new sanctuary is
built, the old one will l>e used for
w'ol hall and niwfrtwhnn
Goy, Askew, Attorney General Mitchell
To Attend Fla. Sheriffs Confab Here
Gov. Reubin Askew. I'.S. Attor-
ney Ge.ieral John Mitchell, legis-
lators, and a host of city, state
and federal law enforcement of-
ficers, will be here Sunday. July
25, to open the 58th annual con-
ference of the Florida Sheriffs As-
sociation at the Carillon Hotel.
A full schedule of business ses-
sions, professional panel discus-
sii>ns and previews of new law
enforcement equipment is planned.
The conference will wind up on
July 28.
The Governor and Attorney Gen-
eral will be Uincheon speakers on
July 26 and 27 respectively. Sher-
iffs Association president Walt
Pellicer, from Palatka, will preside.
Pade County Sheriff K. Wilson
Purdy, will serve as chairman for
panel discussions on "The Polict
Union Movement" and "Satellite
Crime Labs."
sion of new laws passed by the
: 1971 session of the Florida Legis-
lature.
Legislators and
elation Attorney
i'l be feat'ired in
Sheriffs Asso-
Jack Madigan
a panel discus-
now
running
Bassoonist Featured In
Marine Stadium Concert
Mitch Miller will U' conducting
has third Philharmonic "Pops"
concert of the summer Saturday.
July 17 at Miami Marine Stadium.
The program, which Ix'gins at I
S p.m.. will feature Luciano Mag-
nanini. principal bassoonist with 1
the Miami Philharmonic in Mo-
zart's Bassoon Concerto in B Flat.
A member of the American Wood-
wind Quintet. Mr. Magnanini. who
j teaches bassoon at the University
ol Miami, joined the Miami Phil-
! harmonic in 19G9. A native of
Italy, he studied at the Nicolo
Paganini in Genova and has per-
formed with the Genova Commu-
nity Opera Orchestra, the Nation-
al Symphony Orchestra in Lima.
Peru, and the National University
Orchestra of Mexico City,
Southern Bell has *-titiuued ,h
Florida Public Service omnus-
>on tor an increase In revenues,
according to James M Brown,
Florida vice president and general
manager for the company The new
rates would mean an increase ol
75 cents to H.00 for bank re.-i-
dence service and $160 to Z
for basic business service. All other
lervicei would be repriced to re-
flect the Increase in cost.
Ix>t;g distance rates for operator
handled, station-to-station 3-min-
Ute calls within the state would
increase five to 50 cents; initial
person-to-person calls would be
increased by BO cents to $150.
There would be no increase in
customer dialed long distance calls.
Mr. Brown said.
"The new rates are necessary to
improve our earnings to bett T
support our Investment in Florid i
and attract the Capital IH e led tO
Install lacilities to handle increase l
a-1 a in telephone service an I pro-
vide service for new custoi
Mr. Brown explained,
The teli
d p $32 million increase in
in I960, its tir-t general Increase
in 17 v. a Last M irch th C m-
mission granted a S-'l mill: in in-
creasi and auth it ized the compan>
to earn 8.01' on its invest i l nt
but comp
that the rate of return granted was
sufficient nor did the approved
rates produce enough revenue t
accomplish the authorized rate ol
return.
"The costs of providing telephone
service have gone up sharply. We
have continued to take advai i
of every prudent economy meas-
ure we can find, but these simply
won't offset increasing cost," Mi
Brown declared
The company's petition cited
four major areas o increased
costs: wage costs, which will be
substantially higher as a result
of present bargaining: taxes, ma-
terial and supply costs: cost ot
facilities for new. and InciT i-<
usage by existing customers; cost
of capital.
"There has been a big increasi
:n demand for new service through-
out the stab ." Mr. Brown dei lar-
ed. "Customers are also Using tht it
telephones for more and
local calls which creates a m i
foi additii nal trunking and switch-
ing i quipment. To meet these sen -
ice requirements, we find ourselves
having to expand our facilities ll
a continually bighjl r cost I:
tion. we must maintain IU1 -
ill the face of increase,: ,,;.
costs, It's simplv mattci ol
ing the cost of providing tele !
sen ice under today's inflationary
conditions
"The company has and is ,,n-
tinuing to aneel the demand
new and Increased telephone sen-
Ice," Mr. Brown stated. The <|u .!-
tv of .Southern Hell's tekphon*
service is well within the strin-
gent quality standard set by the
Commission."
Southern Bell will spen I i
illlion dollars on new construction
in Flo-1 la in the four-\ear p I
ending in 1972. To f inane such
construction, the company must
raise large sums of money.
We mast raise outsidi mone>
it a time when Its cost Is high
This m another reason whj
must reprice our > lo m
id
"To be able to ontlnue I
, \ i Hence In sen
I the needs ol
we must b
our venues to '
. h will restore o u urn
the on v.ous'.> tuthorized i
uh w ; \ the Fl i
j),,! tion alt"

I Wi
i ites will lx- ap m n\
h the*, oe ui 'it
d." Mr. Brow n conch:
Presence Of Human Viruses
In Fish Is Being Studied
In the waki of I private 1 i
Beach lahoratorv's discovery
human viruses in fish. gill. DM*
and intestinal tissue sampl. s arf
being tested for their presence in
the Division "t Health's Tampa
Laboratory as n as by the lab
run by Dr. Giei n Wadnell bi Pa
Beach. A thud set of samples Li
stuied in Older to be able to n -
solve any conflicting test results
Th- fish from which the ntmples
are taken are caught by Hardrii k
E, Gay. 31, a biologist in the Epi-
lemiology Research Department;
'as boss Ls Dr, Flora Mae Well-
I, The virus-testing process i-
known as piaquing, according to
Dr. Nathan .' Schneider, ehiei o
the Health Division's Bureau Ot
I .ai oral rfc a in Jacksonville, who
xplained that the study of viruses
picked Up by lish may help to an-
sw r the question of whether th
viruses In recreational waters may
be able to cause d.s, 8JU in '
DR. JOSEPH ACCURS0
Announces a new Staff Doctor in his office for the
practice of Chiropractic
DR. MILDRED 0LTEND0RF
6024 Bird Road 661 -6556
Post Time: 1:30 pm.
colder
race course
Admission: SI Grandstand;
*2, Clubhouse
210th St 1.27th Ave NW.
Miami, Fla.
Broward 523-4324 / Dad* S25 1311


Friday. July 9. 1971
Village Royalc
Condominium
Shows Models
Saturday and Sunday. July Ki-
ll, has been designated "Grand
Opening Weekend*' for the model
center of Village Royalc on-the-
green, the golfoldc ad.iit condo-
minium now under construction at
Boynton Beach, Fla.
The public is Invited to visit the
site, \ .1 w the scale model, tour
furnished air conditioned m tdel
apartments, and enjoy refresh-
ments. Visitors will also i)" given
nen copies oi the 5-year-
w irranty.
Hosts far the two-day event are
Irving G oss, president of Village
Royalc, Inc.: M inny Marks, secre-
tary; and Jerry Cross, vice presi-
dent.
The same organization recent!}
completed the 248-unil adult con-
dominium, Village Royale, south
f NE 22nd Av. in Boynton. Thr
new condominium Is rising north
of NK 22nd Ave.
The seal.' model depicts the vari-
ous features planned for the site
(none over four stories high). In-
'luded are the recreation centers,
the 80C-seat auditorium ballroom;
Fwimming pools and the 9-hole
executive golf course winding
through the entire area.
Pi va start nl S14.490; Initial
is selr dull I for early
1972.
f.tfWidi ITI'i iriiiilUmin
Paqe 7-B
(Linda Goldstein and Steve
)unn star in tlie new play, "The
307th Defense of Herman Goer-
ig at the Ring Theutre which
?qir.3 Wednesday and runs
through Saturday, July 24. Cur-
' lain time for the drama concern-
ed with the crimes of war is
8 p.m. Tickets are now avail-
able at the box oflice.
New officers of the Cantors' Association of Greater Miami
were installed at the groups recent business meeting.
Among those attending wore, from left, (front row) Saul H.
Breeh. vice president cf programming and public relations;
Jacob Renzer, fust vice president; Nico Feldman, treasurer;
Zvi Aaler, president; Irving Shulkes, executive vice presi-
Evelyn and Phil Spitalny Scholarship
Won by Terri Sternberg, 18, Violinist
Terri Sternberg, an 18-yi
violin student at the Universitj of
Miami has been named timt re-
cipient of the Evelyn and Phil
Spitalny Scholarship. The daugh-
ter of Mr. in i Mrs. Wall ice D
Sti rnl V Miami, shi v II
pi) iv rd her
it
I i ill I
ised
-. Spit a It
: of Phil
!
Mian
-I 79.
M ss 51 r. a L'-M
I for th ]<.'
two stud .it !' ii
sk;. Sh,< is a gradual ol
M i Coral Park S n or High
School, where she v president
and c I -;r-- nl" the or !> -
ti i, She has ilsn been concortmis-
h n il tli" All-Miami Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra, Young Artists
l". n ique Socii ty, I \ -St ite
0 estra at Daj i ns Beach. She
\v..n the I ss ni Strings
I in 1969 n attended the
Saral N.Y.,
C. nt. r.
Perfot iiiiii" Arts
Miss Si rnb rg has heen a mem-
the Ii i ati i' Miami Philhar-
m ii ic >i chesti a for the pasl two
years rl is its j oungesl membei
. 11 the
!'. ik.shi:c Mas c l-'. stiv al. Tangle
Li i ox, M ss., on n ass -
fell up.
m l ired with
h"f h .
an I lie,
1 i
Cha ." ran
i und" r ilv -a- ii -
- A he Miami
Bi ich Reporter lorre
. lent fiir Vari i\ maga
Mrs S] I .> is active with the
ill ard Scho il of Music Alumni
j As socii lion and th b lard ol the
| Greater Miami Philharmonic Or-
chesti a. She was appoint 'd re-
centlj to the Dade County Com-
1 mission .'ii Status of Women, and
Is also active with the C mncil ol
International Visitors and the H
n .
MmaBB80f
SO GOOD
IT'S WRAPPED
IN GOLD
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4104 N.W. 167th St.
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AnuMMWUfwr
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music and choral works; Yehuda Heilbraun, Jaccb Born-
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and Nathaniel Schub.
PIANO ORGAN GUITAR DRUM
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You are cordially invited
to view the exhibit of
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July 12 August 7, 1971
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IVcMng Sells

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MRS. MARK $. G010
Gold-Finn
Janice I "bin Finn and Mark
SU pfaen Gold wen d on
Saturday, Juno 19, at the Diplo-
mat Country Club.
The bride, daughter o( Natalie
F nn of Miami and Irving Finn o'
North Miami, carried an heirloom
i Die covered with roses and
stephanotis. Shi was attended by
r I of honor Andrea Finn an'
i lesmaids Joan Fandler, Adri-
nne Henann. and Kathy Jarv'is.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and!
M yer Gold if F irt L N J
and H< tti .-id ?d
i Scotl ush-
Michael Finn. Joseph S hman,
Curt Padi Finn
acted |
h >m j i on In Ja naica
the j turn 1
i Hi ili Jani
i r at the ui
ind Mark,
Kappa i W tot
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6701 SW. 120th Ava.
(Just Nofth
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her waist-
in .
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was 1 -;

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|uet ol white f
1 la in her
. mation !.
Mrs M irvey Goldberg, the
im sister, was matron of;
honor: (> 1.! Nedelman, Mrs. Jo-
seph Abromovitz, Mrs. Sharon
Sherman and Judy Toback were
e a ;
The groom was attended by his'
brother, Michael Pawliger, best
man. and groomsman James Schiff.
Paul Bas.-. Harvey Goldberg. Peter
H< nness, J"!.n MarAillo and Rich-
ard Thier.
Mr. and Mrs. Pawliger will hon-
1 ymoon in the Virgin Islands and
Puerto Rico. Upon their return.
they will reside in Miami.
PmUiger-Schiff
Ir len-like sett
1 f mull ers
- 'i Richa- : \
1 .changed iagi
' July 4. in .1 6:30 p
r .;. >n III ited by Rabl S >1
1 P.. bbl E. A. i,
C 1 William Lipson I
1 Country 1
nts (.1 the are
. Mrs. Phil] h "
id Ave. Judith at) m
1 net to Set School and
; ted Ir >-:i I -
M m whi re shi iat :
i :- Phi Epsilon ir trity,
B.Ed degi 1 in I is pn --
1 > ti aching in the Dade C intj
School System.
Richard, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sylvan Pawliger of 5440 S\V |
K5th St., attended Coral Gables
8< .ior High School and graduated)
from the University of Miami and \:
the University of Florida School |
of Pharmacy. He was affiliated
with Alpha Eusilon Pi and Pho Pi '<
Phi fraternities.
The bride wore a white gown j
of pure silk organza and imported |
Alencon lace embroidered with
seed pearls and crystals. Her Em-j
pre bodice featured a shad
neckline forming an exaggerated
Victorian collar and full dength
lantern sleeves. The soft A-line
skirt was completely etched in'
MRS. RICHARD PAWLIGER
MRS. THOMAS A. KfttUlK
Kreuer'Schiller
The Fontainebleau Hotel was
thi -'tting for the wedding uniting
the former Diane Schiller and
Thomas Augustine Kreuer on Sun-
day, July 4.
The newlyweds remained on Mi-
ami Beach for th, Ir h inej
and will live in Shippenville, Pa.
The is the daughter oi
Mrs. Flon nee Schillei ol 9457 SW
52nd 1 nd tru late 1
Schiller. She is a gradu iti
Southwest High and Miami-Dadc
Junior ( 111 ge.
1 let husb -. 1
th 1 Ki uer ol Cooksburg, Pa.,
an l thi I ite Albert Kreuer. Now
tate 1
in Cl ia Pa. he 1 gi 1 lu ti
Si ::>>]
Steinberg-Friedman
A 7 ] rem .. July
: joined in
och Susan f In n and
R tbi Arthur
ited at the
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graduate ol Miami Killian Senior
High School. Hci
ated from Dayton University In
New V
For their honeymoon, the c
took a trio abroad. They will live
in Miami up >n their return.
MRS. DOUGLAS STEINBERG
MRS. EDWARD NOUAN0ER
Hollamler-Groh
I Janis Grotl and Kdwaii H ill
Acre married Saturday. Julj I,
at Kings Bay Country Club.
bride, daughter Leonard c,rh. sr>?s s\v ivjn _: aduated from Miami >
U;^u School and the Uni\ i i
Miami.
The bri legn n. >.>n I Mr 1
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Friday. July 9. 1971
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Page 9-B
lAUt GlIGtRMAN
tie Geigernian
Be The Bride
Ira Warsliaiv
and Mrs. Herman Sommor
man announce the engage-
lof tIii'-- daughter, Jane Som-
|o Ira Greg Warshaw, san o!
nd Mis. Philip R. W.irshau
kms Beach.
bride-elect is the grand-
1,. of the late Mr. and Mn,
I>av:d GeiRerman of At-
tend Mm. M. Henry Gold-
Baltimore, Md.. and I hi
Goldttonc. Mr. Warshaw
grandson of the Lite Mr and
,.>. M mashefskj ind th<
i.ite }>' '< ''-''ill War-
sha^Re w V i.
rman is a gr id iati
Westminster Girls School,
! u ta, and of Washii
St. Louis. Mo., where
i tary of L> It P i'
i md ti easui er of Pan Hcl-
. i '_]'> >m R-ndu-
I Rana m School, *' >co-
u md from Washii m
' ere he re Ivcd a
I it's degre > In Psycholoso
ins i" c tntinu h a studi 's
University of Florida.
wedding is planned for Aur
' v I: >me of the bride's
Debra Barmaek.
Atari S. Davidson
Plan To Marry
Judge and Mrs. Donald B. Bar-
ic oi 1090 N". Shore Dr., Miami
I ch, are announcing the
mem and marriage plans of their
laughter, 1 Su '
S ird it, I 2 Tama Ct.
I he li : n-i : Is iiv son
<>f Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Davids n
>! Pikesville, Md.
'I'll.' bride-to-be, now attending
, international Professional Coll
in Miami, is a graduate ol Miami
Beach High School and attendee
II ireum Junior College in Phila-
delphia.
Hr fiance graduated from Mc-
!>-:ioc.h School in McDonogh, Md.
md l'h:lade!ph:a College of Tex-
tiles and Science. A member of
''-' ia Beta Tan fraternity, he i>
presi ntly associated with Waumbec
Mills. Inc.. in New York City.
Nuptials foi the couple are
planned for October, 1971.
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10 to 4 6 to 9
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on silk and paper
ART SUPPLIES
Driftwood Miniature*
Janet Rabinowitz And
Jeffrey Beck Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, 3020
'. innounce t!i engagement >t
" "(".' Janel Sue, to Jcffrej i. mel
.....f Mr. an i Mi -. I a m pence Becfc
S\V 86th St

la Ti
:
U ersity ol
! >Wit/
s a member i ursing
uifj Student N irs A iciation.
She is 1 Student Nurs ol the
' and thi : Don-
.. Award for hi r tutstanding li ader-
I lity.
Mr. Beck, who graduated i'rom the Uni-
i Miami with a degree In Business
nistration, was affiliated with Zeta
Beta Tan fraternity. He is currently em-
ployed as an accountant with a local CPA
film.
The couple is planning a late November
wedding.
Colder Summer Meeting
Opens On Saturday
The ('alder Race Course sum-
mer meeting which begins Satur-
day will continue until Labor Day
on a Tuesday through Saturday
basis with post time 1:30 p.m. for
both th. eight and nine race pro-
grams.
The infii Id turf ci n a is di \ el-
aping a little ah ad ol sch
the ma rts and fans
may look forward to the first of
thi > i i races r> fore the i nd of
the summer n i I
ADl's Art Teitelbaum
Is Choi Lodge Speaker
Thai Lodge #2574. B'nai B 1th
will n i ilinnc r it th Re
Reslaui ml In F< lerdale
Thursday evening, Julj -"-'. Ones'
speaki r will b A I Ti iti I
ri al directoi f th Inl
matioi Li .... This uU] : an
.'pen ; i ting. .. in> ited t
:i lend.
Saturday, A ig 7 it 8 p m. th<
I >odgi v i i spoi sor a s" p irtj
al Hillcrest Country c" ib T >i
ivenin will ire i '
ti
be a
name dropper
June 29 Ceremonies At Temple Israel
Unite Fran Benis And Bert Nevins. Jr.
MRS. BM NIVINS, )R.
Fran Benis and Bert Nevins. Jr.,
were united in marriage Tuesday
evening, June 29. in ceremonies
conducted by Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot at Temple Israel of Oreatei
Miami. A re ption for the couple
followed at the Promenade Res-
taurant.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Mi rton Benis
No: th Miami Beach, graduated
from Ohio State University and if
on sinily teaching in the Browan
County public schools.
The bridegroom is the son ol
Mrs. Marion Nevins of Hollywooi
and the late Berl Nevins. A grad-
uate of the University of Miami
his columns on youth activities
have b( en syndicated.
Mr. and Mrs. N 'ins will tour
Europe, Canada and the United
States on their honeymoon.
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fj&iisl- Fktiidfar
SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
j J. Win. Bams Jr.
! Nen JVS President
For Year 1971-72
At its

That blinding glow seen in the
Vicinity of Mount Sinai Hospital
on Miami Beach is being caused
bj the ecstatic Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man who has just become a
grandmother via sun Jere and
Shirley Lehman. Although he
missed the Fourth of July by one
day. Jean Will n Lehman, (named
for the late Jean C. Lehman)
born .1 ily 5, is still .1 star spangled
bi >. .. filing In .11 7 pounds 1
ounc an I 20 inch) s long. Oi
course it will be some time before
he realizes th it his grandmother,
Fran -. .- a prominent club wom-
am in these p irts. She's listed in
"Who's Who of American Women,"
served 1- Section Presidenl of the
National Council of Jewish Women
for three years, >\.is first president
nf the Federation <>t Jewish Women
and campaign chairman of the
Women's Division! She has been
presented with many awards.
nong them the Washington Fed-
eral Certificate of Commendation.
Baby .leans other grandmother Is
Mrs. Ruth Wiimoth of W< bster
Springs, W. Va. The lucky man
also has a great-grandmother, Mrs.
Jeanette Rothschild
From an reports, it was a de-
lightful and enjoyable week thai
Pauline and Jack -
on the "Song of Norway" with
Mary and George Furman who
1 eel brating their 40th wed-
ding anniversary on the cru s .
whi 1 12 in 1 r turn l
19. Slops included Mass 1
Juan and St. 1 The
sho| 1 Ing s sens J in St.
Thomas an 1 L ly I. ick smil !
beneficently In S in Ju in! Wh 1
:< for anj n re?
SurfsJde Mayor Mar, in Wein-
Judy, are plan-
' to isit Russia, Poland, Ru-
mania, Ukraine, Germany and
Czechoslovakia Thej h ill be aw 13
for three weeks, beginning July
15. It's a 10th a iniversarj P
to Judy
i
David N. Sa I rs, cellist, win-
ner of numerous awards in Miami
during his junli : h gh
! davs,
by the Miami : ,i, \n 19 ;
and a Sllvi r Kni Jit
from C I Park S nioi High
I In i" ~ h wive i th
. Music from

ton I 1 He v. <; ;.
tative
given by members of the graduat-
ing class, and fefcclved the Anna
Schaufflcr Lockwood Award for
"Excellence in String Music," 111
award made biennially to a grad-
uating student who has made a
significant contribution in the area
of stringed instruments.
Mr. Sandei s, son oi Mr. in :
Mrs. Sidncj M. Sanders ol Miami.
a student of Bernice T ibin
Schwartz in Miami, ami studied
with Frank Miller and Dudl >
I Powers in Chicago. He i< playing
i with the Grant Park Symphony
Orchestra in Chicago for the third
summer, and has signed a eon-
I tract to play with the Milwaukee
I Symphony Orchestra tor Ihe 1971-
1972 season.
ft -Cr Lillian Goldberg recently gave 1
book review at the Beverlv Hills
Condominium in Hollywood. Kla..
on a fascinating book. "Wolves,
Widows and Orphans'' by Han Ty-
ler Moore, director general of the
Internationa. Platform Ass (ela-
tion. Lillian hca been nominated
bj thai organization to become a
member and will attend their an-
nual convention in Washing! >n
D.C. where Lowell Thomas (for-.
mer president of the ITA'. Ail
Linkletter, Arthur Goldberg, Mrs
Drew Pearson, Jack Anderson,
ong others will assemble foi
liseuss( in I relaxation.
And speaking of books and book
reviewi rs, S iphie Primak will give
her second book review 'I'h ,:< laj
July 15, unaer Hie aegis ol the
I Clul ~':' v
I ibulous G 1 -"
ii ;ie Ken-
nedy, \: in issis and M
Call
. annual meel
28 at Hi" new Fi der ition bu
the Jewish Vocatioi
stalled the follov leers foi
1971-72 J. Will; en Bai >.. Jr
a S J ::
arj prcsidi nt; I! maid I- \
il 1 !' Bli Si
and M in in K. Wiener, > ice :
i. in-; Andrew A. G Her. in
" Katz, a<- -' ; '
" S I' nl s j
M in 1 '. Isaacsoi ssisi
j
Board membe 1
... l-Jeal
I. WILLIAM BAROS, IK.
." :,
: i s
H ;
vin (i Is meson D
San Stark
App is the JVS
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(Mrs Morris) Kern
n turm I from New York City,
*4iere sin was vacationing and n
uoerating from an illness, and '
ran once again be found with hei
husband at their place of business,
Morris ami Moly Inc.. Luggage.
.Mrs. Keseiman served on Ihe po-
lice force for 17 years before her
retirement.
CANTOR WANTED
For High Holidays only. Must blow
Shofar and read Toroh. Write
F.T..C, P.O.B. 127, Uleta Branch,
Miami, Flo. 33164
Pythian Sisters Donate
The North Miami Beach Pythi in
' rs Temple No. 49 ...
nted a di
5275 to thi 11 irl Assa liatl 1 il
:. hi 1.1 spec I I
" nl BU -:l
a y for Hi
health wwv are
I. B. Avins, tr
pporl il. : i Ass
' "i p hearl
tioi ind community en i '.<
The Jewish V S -nice
is a I
Miami Jew i-!i n .,,,1 ,).
1 Kind if D inty. II
; 118 V.v 25th Si
Israeli Artist's
Work on Display
Bav i: ; illei i
in F
I : ': :-. s
Kii David" on Julj 9
...ill :- hi
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1 ialli ry hours ': |
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experienced BAAL TFIIEH, BAAl
KOKH t BLOWS SHOFAR. (Not in
Reform Temple). Coll after 5-30
p.m. 531-8697.
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in Junior and Senior High School
bifltish md all Elementary School
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prtirnti
PREMIERE SHOWING
July 9th And 10th Only
Uki Jiloftf Uf^Kinq Ibuild
by REUVEN RUBIN
12 original numbered and signed lithograph*
Cdrtar1s Friday July 1.7-lfl P.M.
Dr. Alfred Gottschalk (left) of Los Angeles, new pres->-f
of Ihe Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Rei.---
discusses its goals with S. L. Kopald. Jr., of Memph.s T---
chairman of the board of governors. HUC-JIH
meet in Los Angeles, Calii., Nov. 5 to dedicate the m
school in its four-campus complex the California
adjacent to the University of Southern California. The
cation will be a prelude to the 51st Biennial Genera]
sembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congreq
which supports ;he Los Angeles-Cincinnati-New'Yc:.-
salem institution.

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T
fJenisti h>ridiic*n
Page 11-B
tJWV Volunteers At
Veterans Hospital
ins members of the
inenl o! Florida Ladle* Aux-
Jewish War Veterans, will
tii p triable telephone and
the p. lii'i'.t.-' library and wiite!
^Hfs for p it'u-nts at tin- Veterans
Jfispit
|Krid:\\ hvelyn Dcky of Mi-
i BCh Auxiliary 330: Satur-
ho.spital chairman Essie Ko-
liiuky in Pauline Smith of the
Norni' I'. -wn Auxiliary
174{ S'lii.i.: Minn. Beach Aiixlli-
ary 3.' h(.|.: Hd0en: Monday. Stella and Sol
Murray Solomon Auxiliary j
-Tuesday. Joli Ratner, Julia'
, Sarah Young, and Lillian
. The Starletts. the Junior I
of West Miami Auxiliary i
h* 11 help feed patients and!
wiie i- tt-.-
^ri:-i'>.i.i\. volunteers t'rom the
fclorrowit/ Auxiliary 682 will
ii. the evening, and Thurs-I
Frieda ('"hen. hospital chair-;
(or the Harrj H. Cohen Aux-
72,'! will be responsible for
telecai'
prday, from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
i l Auxiliary members from
Drman Bruce Bni'i'i 174 will
games party. Essie Kolln-
Dspital chairman, and Alex
hrakl, the post's senior vice
.mil'. are in charge of ar-
ents.
1st Miimi ':< president Ruth
Bum. n I committee will es-
cort a 'l ret ir led children
to a r in. ii swimming pool on
Wedn- -! r. i "ruing. In the ,vp-|
nin* f'o auxiliary w'll visit the
St. Li.!;e\ Drug Center.
Miami liearl, 330 wi'l hold a
meeting on Thursday af
p.m. it Hie American Legion
President in Ceil Boohwarg.
Rorrotrtti fix*! will hold its
lial picnic on Sunday at the
i.er Bench Pit.
I. David Mm-cu-4 74G will ho'1
Cri': i Sunday at Hollywood
Sa'.ly Levy, president, De-
nt of Florida Ladies Auv-
ii: conduct a by-laws meet-
Sunday it ifcdO am. at the
ti Beach Federal, Washington
and nth St
Th: meeting will recess for
lunch, to I).' host, d by the Miami
Beach Auxiliary 330 in Ronor of
Mrs. Levy.
In the afternoon, a council of
administration meeting will be
held during which ratification of
appointments and election of com-
mittees will In.- held. Newly elected
Department of Florida Comman-
der Peter Bluesten of Hallandale
will bring greetings.
TnThefaF
KIHTOR. The -Itnvbth FlorMtan:
Miss Birch, I read your letter
to the Editor in The Jewish Klor-
idian, July 2. 1871, praising the
outstanding care you are receiving
in the American Medical Center
it Denver.
Your letter is the kind of letter
we like to read in our local paper
and hope that it is read by many
people with large hearts who will
i espon I t.i your pleas.
The Jewish Floridlan should be
complemented on publishing a let-
ter of such great necessity in out
ver> midst.
It is very thoughtful of you to
take the time to reassure those of
us who are aware of the necessity
to organize and work to help eradi-
ate this dread diaesse, cancer.
My husband and I operate a
stall in the Coconut Grove Flea
Market every Sunday. The space.
10 x 10, is donated to us by George
DePontis of the Coconut Grove
Flea Market and as there are no
expenses involved, the entire pro-
ceeds go to "The American Medi-
cal Center at Denver."
We arc both Life Members of
the Greater Miami Oiapter of the
AMCD and wish to offer person-
ally our help in anv efforts you
have in mind for additional sup-
port to raise funds for cancer re-
search and patient care such as
the excellent care your letter re-
ports.
MRS. GEOBGE TOOKF.R
Miami
**\

B*roiessicnals in various fields of Jewish communal serv-
:e from all parts of the world will attend the Interna-
tional Conference of Jewish Communal Service, in Jeiu-
lem Aug. 15-20. Major speakers, are, from left to right,
>p row) Prof. Arnold Gurin. Florence G. Heller Gradu-
tte School for Advanced Social Studies in Social Wel-
re, Brandeis University; Mordechai Bar-On. director
the Youlh and Hechalutz Department of the Jewish
Igency in Jerusalem; Prof. Freddy Raphael, of the Uni-
ersity cf Strasbourg, France, and Bertram H. Gold.
leutivo Vice-President of the American Jewish Com-
littee. who will deliver the keynote address on "Con-
anting Threats to Jewish Continuity: Building Jewish
3mmunity Life for the Future." Dr. Arnulf M. Pins, chaii-
m. International Planning Committee for the Confer-
. Irving Greenberg, Conference cochairman; Mi-
R. Ephraim, secretary-general of the International
>nterence. and Gerald B. Bubis. chairman of Work-
3ps are in the bottom row.
Second Term Of
Belli David Camp
Beginning July 19
The second term of Beth David's
Summer Dav Camp is scheduled
to begin Monday. July 19, it has
been announced. Applications will
be accepted as long as openings
remain.
Children from three to eleven
years of age are participating in
a wide variety of activities con-
ducted by the school, now in its
second year. Kach age group re-
ceives detailed swimming Instruc-
tion and participates in daily art
lessons. Music and rhvthiii.es as
well as games and sports tor all
age levels are also on the daily
schedule. Staff-planned field trips
include visits to farms, parks, the
airport and the Science Museum.
A pageant commemorating In-
dependence Day was presented by
the children this week, including a
Series of tableaux depicting events
in American history and a pro-
gram of patriotic and folk songs.
Sen. Jackson To Make An
Extended Visit To Florida
Sen itor Henry Jackson, one of
the frontrunners among unde-
clared candidates for the 1!<7_'
Democratic presidential nomina-
tion, will make an extended Visll
to Kloiida this month.
The Washington D e m o c r a ;.
whose stand in favor of Israel's se-
curity has attracted nationwide
attention, will speak at the Tiger
Bay Political Club July JO at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
During a two-day visit to South
Florida. Sen. Jackson will address
a national convention of the Long-
shoremen's union and meet with
individuals who have urged him
to run In the Florida primary next
year.
This will Ik- the first visit to
the state by the Washington sen-
ator since Miami Beach was se-
lected to ho.si i itic c in-
vention next July.
He alrendj had secured wide-
spread support among Florida's
ingressional d 'legation. Sen.
Jackson spoke out strong]} against
Sovi 1 harassment of Russian Jews
during a May Miami Beach speech,
and was the keynote speaker at
'^e national celebration of Israel's
23rd anniversary in New York
sponsored by the American Zionist
Federation.
Flogler Setting Records
Klagler Kennel Club appears to
lx- heading toward another record
season in pari-mutuel handle. Its
daily wagering has averaged some
StiKti.472 through the tost 52 days
of competition; the total handle
so far is more than S.'tfi million.
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Friday, July 9 i
371
Organizational Spokesmen Jjar Jmuzvak
Hail High Court Decision
An American Jewish Congribui
--iH)kesman has hailed last week's
U.S. Supffemr Court decision bar-
ring public aid to parochial schools
for "maintaining the integrity of
Jxith religious education and pub
lie education.'"
Leo Pfeftcr. special counsel ot
(hi American Jewish Congress
who argued one of the two paro-
Chlaid cases decided this week, de-
clared: "When the Supreme Court
Jield that tax-raised funds could
not be used to support religious
schools, it upheld the independence
of religious education, just as it
tid in 1963 when it ordered the
Miami schools to stop Bible read-
md prayer recitation.
"In the June '-'.v decision the high
cciirt held that the state cannot
become entangled in religious
schools by financing them; in the
Miami decision it held that the
churches cannot gel entangled in
- iii' affairs bs introducing re-
in m the public scho i-
These two decisions show that
the Constitution and the principle
of separation of church and stati
otect both church anil state and
. i irantee religious freedom for
..II"
Arnold Forster, general couns '
the Anti-Defamation League ol
1 'iiii B'rith, also hailed the Su-
preme Court ruling as "a signifi-
nt decision in affirmation of the
principle of separation of church
nod state."
Mr. Forster said that whili
ADL's main object:'ins were or.
'institutional grounds, the agencv
iISO argued that aid to privati
schools would deflect much-needei
Funds from the public school sys-
tem.
"The League," he declared, "has
been, and la, committed to the1
principal of separation ol church!
and state as the surest guarantee ]
if religious liberty and one which
has proved of inestimable value
iith to religion and to the com-
munity in general."
The AJCongress and the Amer-
ican Civil Liberties Union h
Post Office Offers
Protection Against
Unwanted Sex Ads
Postmaster K. M, Dunlap. who
reminded postal customers that a
new program is available which can
provide blanket protection against
unsolicited mailings of t> xualb
oriented advertisements, said par-
ticipating citizens need only give
'heir names and addresses to the
Vostal Service to guard against
being sent sexually oriented a Is.
even if they have never received
&uch materials.
The law allows an individual to
ask ttx> Postal Service for himself
and on behalf of his minor chil-
dren under 19. to prevent his re-
ceiving such material from any
source.
Once d person's name has beer
in the list more than 30 days, the
prohibition becomes effective, and
a mailer must not send sexually
oriented ads to him." Poastmaster
lxinlap said.
"If a mailer sends sex ads to a
person whose name has been on
the Postal Service list for "50 days
or more, he will be subject to civil
ictkMl or criminal prosecution."
lie said.
NANCE SCHOOL
SMM1M7
IM*ri*rtM Ikn Mi v>4$
Ik*, ft*. Sir.
PIN 24 HOUtS
SUMMER SPECIAL
Mj tar ai.li. or* M Mil tar
CALL 448-1808
SfMitlMKafWi
STEVEN 8ARAFA>
On Saturday. Julj l11 Steven
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Sarafan, Will celebrate his Bai
announced that they will sponsor I Mitzvah at the Young Israel ol
suits in six states to halt state aid i Greater Miami.
to parochial schools rttr trv4rS*Ma4-<*
of last week's decision. Attorneys
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Steven is an
. -
mding stu-

for the two group, said law suits\** O*" Junl,r J*?*
will be filed bi Illinois. Maryland, where he plays clarinet in th.
Minnesota. New York, Ohio an I
Vennont challenging recently-en-
acted purchase-of-services pro-
grams, voucher plans, tax credits
and teacher-salary supplements.! host a reception for him Saturdaj
They said these measures will br
school band.
Mr. and Mrs. Sarafan will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the
services in their son's honor and
attacked as unconstitutional.
evening
Among th
Mr. Pfeffer and Melvin VVulf.
legal director of the Civil Libei ties
Union, declared that no form of
aid to elementary and secondary
parochial schools beyond textb loks
and busing >\as permissible under
the opinion h ir.de I diwn by Chief ,,,;'1 Mrs- Irving Sarafan, Mrs M ir-
Justice w irren E Burger. i tin R 5 I M M iff.
honored guests will
!> his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
,i icob Sarafan, of Spring Valley,
NY., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ,
Matloff from Miami Beach: Dr.;
ind Mrs Emanuel Garbus, M
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Friday, July 9. 1971
r-Jenisii Iknl, ,r
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le is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father. 1
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
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He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not 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 CIMCTIRV
S505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693
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*Je*ist FkridHain
Friday, July 9, 19?'
Services Held July 5 For Miami Artist
Regi Kassel Yanich, Dead at Age 40
S -rvi es wei h !'. on July 5
Regi '! Vm-
lay, July 3,
acci-
th* Ftof 11 Turn]
Mrs Y in'.ch, rvived by
s i h
theast R -gi" n ol thi
. four
n, Noi h, Y;r 1. Kit-in and
X hi irenl Mr. and
: (n Detroit in 1930, the
former Rivka Raizel liw d in Jeru-
salem, Israel from 1953 to 195"
when known here as an artist and sculp-
- her work had been seen at
Rogue's Gallery Two. Lowe Gal-
lery, Design Center. Miami Art
Center and the Playhouse Gallery.
Her art
sculpture, sculptural ; '
(block prints an I
;'lk I .:
:. ,i Love Built"
i |-
Nationally, hi works w i
the Art Institute ol
Museu
\ '. ny In
icl 1 Hills, Mich., and High
Museum in Atlanta.
Locally. Mrs. Yanich was an
Israeli folk dance instructor and
.: irvi i li art director at Temple
Israel Religious School and Tem-
ple Emanu-El Irving Lehrman
Daj School.
Services were he-Id at Riversid
Alton Road Chapel: burial took
place in Israel.
UGAl NOTKE
TnThTCOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
INAND FOK DA DE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PKOBATb
No. 70-4112
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml I '
Den Said
UGAL NOTICE
i..

REC.I YANICH
35-Year Resident
Mrs. Lena Mintzes
Dies July 3 at SO
Lena Mintzes, of 807 4tl-
B., died In her sleep on Jul\
of 80.
Born in Chernigov, Russia. Mrs
.' si ni" to New York in 1903
ter. She married soon
ted Miami in 1936 and
-.ears lat< r returned to makt
it h inent hon
A past and I presidenl
if the Senior Citizens Assot
-e.i orgai I I, she a -
i to Pioneer Women, th Re-
i Chapter ', -
r,h Sh >n Citi-
nd vie
I Pier P irk on
:
61
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held Monday,
" Ith int r-
el iry.
DOLE I Euclid Ave .
nl.ers
GORDON. Julius, 77, 1250 West Ave.,
mi: Rlvei
Hyman. Bobble Parron, 8uo, 76th St.
.M |i Intel mi nl Ml Neho.
JACOBS. Henry, '' S851 \\ I8th SI .
Hull} \i.....I Ni \'. ma ii
kaplan. Qertrude K. 84, 7.....toean
I Mi:. Gordon,
lind. Daniel 8., 84, SJ0 N.E 138th
St., North Miami. Riverside.
MARON. Jack, 88, 6019 n Bay IM..
Ill li (lordon. Interment Ml Blnal,
STOUTE, Lncy, 76, 1242 Drexel Ave.,
Mi: i.mii.
teshnor, Maurice, 7". 3.*.;! W. 47tll
SI M it Blaaberg.
ALPERIN, Michael, 7, 1500 Hay ltd..
M.B. Newman.
consolo, Vincent, C4. 777. N.W. 13lh
Ave. Newman.
FINK, Samuel, Si'.. l.VtO Bay Bd., M.B.
Riverside.
FRANKEL, Irving, 65, 336 \V. i'lth
si M.B. Riverside. Interment Mi.
Nebo.
GOLDSTEIN. Etta. 1066 Weal Av. .
M.B. Riverside.
izen, Minnie. 30, 756 Meridian Ave,,
M.B. Riverside
katz. Francea, 68, 7:>7:. Creapl Blvd..
M.B. Kivei -nl.
MUELLER. Jnaepha, 79, 171 N.E.
lsmh si., N.M.B. Riverside.
GLASSER. Thomu H.. 69, llil'S Bay
Dr., M II. Riverside.
GOLDBERG. Siini.n. 78, 1037 79th Si
M, U Rlvi rslde.
3ULLER, Barah, 66, 710 Meridian
Am m i: Riverside,
3EGAL. Pantile M '' ss74 Dickens
.w. M.B Rlvi rslde.
FIRESTONE. George, 69, 9301 Collins
A\. Burfslde. Riverside.
FRIEDLAND. Cecelia, 72, 890 S E
i:'.'.iii s: North Miami. Gordon, In-
ii inn nl .Ml. Nebo. ........
HORBAR. Harry. 76, 1789 N.E. I91at
si .\ m i: Rlvi rslde
HORN. Jack, 74. II.....1 N B. 141H
Am I.- v HI.
KLEINMAN. Betty, 66, U"" Weal
.u, M i: Rl\ erside.
landv. Arthur A 84, :..... Meridian
\ v. m r. Rlvi rslde
SWEET. Kay, 57, 1069 92nd SI. Bay
Harbor Islands. Riverside
CULLEN. Frieda, 63, 2820 N.E SOlsl
p. r. Riverside, Interment Mi
GRANT. Jack, 71, 1566 Euclid Ave
M B. Rlvi rslde.
LEFF. Anna B i I, 12: 3 Euclid Ave .
\\, ,\i l: Ne man.
LEVINE, Gerti...... -'. -II W Rlvi
aii Dr. 61 B. Intt rmi nl
OFRICHTER. Abraham, 61, 12420
N.E mil PI. LevitL Interment Mt.
PATTERSON. W II m B
N E 9th St. R
STEIN, Henry, 44. 1041 N.E 167th
TACK. X E 14th
Am N M II IB' i rslde
VVINOGRON. Lou Weal
..
ALPE-^T, B
...
BONENREICH, Jai k, 91. H SV\
MILLER. :'
Interim nl Ml
PHILL'PS. Sylv .
POSNER, Mai 71, 7
ROMANELLl', John, 74, 1006 N "
.-I Miami Shoi
BRUNELL. Kaj 226 Ilal SI M l<
Rlvi
heuberg, Prances, 401 6!>tb St.,
M it Riverside.
SANDERS. Simon, 7". 263< s \\ 6th
Si Gordon. Interment Mt. Blnal.
SILVERMAN. Sylvia. 7". 944 Wash.
Ington Ave M n Gordon.
GOODFRIEND, Blanche, Riverside
Interment Mt Nebo.
MILLER. Frieda, "7, 1620 N.E. 173rd
St.. N.M.B. Riverside, interment
Mi Sinai.
SCHAFT, Miriam I... 73. 971 W,
Hay Harbor Dr., M.B. Newman
SCHECHTER. Isaac, 79, 1420 Penn-
sylvania A vi Ml! Riverside
arkin, Evelyn l... >;:. :isjn S.W. 73rd
SI Riverside.
ARONIN. Rev. Meyer, 90, 741^ ByrOI
Ave MB. Levitt.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDv.L; & COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2486 JOHN R. BLANTON
In i.i. Estati "i
M< IZELL WHITE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Pi rsotis Hav-
ing claims .a Demands Against Said
... hi reby notified and quir-
ed in present any claim ai I ill inands
which you maj have against n
late nt MOZELL WHITE tlei
late ol I'.nl. County, Florida, t" the
,;i,l, Count;
Ins
in.-.

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nd file thi am. H '
I Section 733.1 < I
Statuti
U Courtl '
r'iila. wltl
the Ilmi '
,,, ii,, aami in be b
pa'i .I m M d da.
das "I Man h, A.P
HENRY I K\\ Is
\ llary Adi
Plrst publication "' II
the 2nd day July, l!'"1
RICHAR11 > I IRt IHB
Attot m (
Am 111;11-> Administrator
I KB I nln Ri id,
M ..in Id ii h, Plot lila

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(his I M ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURt"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROEATE
No. 70-14
I li ..I
: \ i SNOW
NOTICE OF INTENTION To MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
...
have fill 'I a Phial Rc|
t'EHA i SNOW
H o n
i iinty. I
Ri
i......ind final dls< \
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. ,. 1971
I'M'. >
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,-!l iNBY KI'Ki 'NSi iN
Mli.i
nsli y It'llli
Miami Florida 28132
. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HERPin GIVEN that
Mi,, undersigned, desll engage
In business under Ihi ficllt u
nf THE l'l.r.M at :- H
Boulevard, North Minim
li ids lo r. glsli i -.i"l '
Clerk "< ihe Circuit I'ourl
Florida.
ROYAL I 'PERATINti '
llj BERTRAM l EVI SE
R KXTBR .v FRIEDMAN
\ii|ili,-anl
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with the
; Bade
,HP
tK^ sa^f ?n "d'upKe' North Miam. Be,h. Plo, I
M,l,,I in Section 733.16, Florida BlatU- __________________________. -
tes, in their
Courthouse ii
i"ri.- hi 'in- i"ounty
County. Florida,
within nix calendar months fn>m the
time of tin first publlcatiot hen
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida,
la] of June, A.D I
NANCY TRIPP tlREEN
\-- Bxi cutriJt
publication ol iin- nol
. i.f July. IS
IN li l.l'RIE
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GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fve.-y Doy C/oied Sobboth
140 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
Mian.i'l Only Stricllj Jtsrish
Monument Oenlir
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRI
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11673
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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1X54 NORTH
FI.ORI1
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Jul) 1971 li' you
iii.-ni b> default will b .
T 1 ; i tin
Kill of Complaint
This notice Rhall be pub
each '' k for four constM-ul h i
in THE JEWI8H FIX1RIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERBB at Miami
Florida, this 17ih day nf .lum A l>
1971.
i: i: LEATHERMAN, Cleric,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
B) : C P. Cl IPBL.AND
Deputy Clerk
ifinuil Court Seal)
HAMAR AND LCRIB, ESQ.
4S54 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33127
Attorney! tor Plaintiff
6 26 7 2--l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i (TICK IS HEREIN I
. ii' del signed, i
In husitii ss under thi
f HAROLD PRIED.M \N .1 !: i-
RONICS nd oi \\ T> i RADIO
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EMANUEL GORDON-1946
HARRY CORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
C^oraow jfuneral ome
Reform Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
S$S3t$*p
Member:
National Funeral
1/lrectors Assn.
Florida Funeral
Directors. Assn.
J.F.D.A.
865-2353
IV) Unnlr dm Sirt#
WCMM,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2494
In RE: Estate of
I'AII. W. MIIJ.EH,
IliM-easetl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Iiik I'lalms or Iiemunds Against Saiil
Estate:
Von are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which you may have attains! the es-
tate of PAlM. W. Mil.i Ell. deceased
late nf Dad* Countv. V|,>ri,iH |0 ih<-
i'ounty Judges of Dade Countv, and
file the same In duplicate and as pm-
Vided in .Section 732.16. Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in I cite Countv. Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will lie barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Elsl
day of June. A.D. 1971.
FRIEDA CONK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the i.'.th day of June. 1^71
SIMON. HAYS & ORUNDWERO
Attorneys for Executrix
301 Alnslev liinl.li,.K
Miami. Florida 13122
I 15 7 t.|.1.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices
Weappreciateyour
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at ideal
rates.
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fictitiol s n/'.
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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. 71-12470
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M IRY NAGY,
T ., :llff.
\ s
TIHt >R N Mi V.
|i.i. ndant.
Ti TIB" HI NAIIY
1411 App
. i rl I: n.
\ a TIBOR NAtll herel
..,.,,. has i 'i filed
requln I
,. hi > er or Pleai
ii th< l
\ K l'M'"l
MAN'. '. DSTE1N .v I !ZI1
West Plai Btrei F
and file I
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.-.ill da I tugUBl 1971 you f
udgmenl bj di faun w
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11589
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.INI'A SI'SAN DEAL
Plaintiff.
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JEFFERIE It DE \l.
TO: Bp l .ii fferle H i leal
2tS ACS' Co
API' Ban Pram Iw o,
California 9SS58
You, JEFFERIE D DEAL an here-
by notified mat a ti ll ..r Complaint
lor Divorce has bean filed agalnal
you, and you are required t" serve a I
copy of your Answer or I'leadlng
to the Kill Of Complaint on the Plain- I
tiff's attorney, POLLACK, YOCOM
& PATH, 17"0 N W 7th Street. Suite ,
100, Miami, Florida S31SS (042-999*1
and file the original Anawer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerh
of the Circuit Court mi it before
the 2Jiul day of July. IMI. If yoa
fall to do so, iu'Ifih. i.i by default
will he taken agalnHl you for the
relief demanded in the liiii of Com-
ulaint
This notice shall In' publiahed mm
each week f..r four conaerutivi weeks
In THE JEW ISM FI.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 16th day of June A.II
1971.
E K LEATHERMAN*, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
By I N'. A 1IEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
POmtCK, TOCOM A PATH
1700 Northwest 7th Street
Suite inn, Miami. Florida (K42-99M1
Attorneys for 1'lalntiff
6M8-2.1 7/2-9
NOTICE
r CTITIOUS AW
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY nil UN
unri
in huslm ss under Ihe lltloui
ol PI HI \ Pl'RNITCH IN*
7ih An Miami. Florida, Inti
! Hi Ml. M Ith 'lie Cll
i.. Circuit Court of Dad* C u
Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, thUt
day "i June 1071.
1'Elil.A pcknitcre tPartner
BEBA8TIAN V'EflA
(Co-Part neri
ANDRES SEBASTIAN VEOA
id.- Partner)
RICARDO .HAN RBOUE1RO
(Co-Pat tm r)
r, ;r, 7 -'-'.'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN
th. underalgned, desiring to i
In bualneaa under the flctltl>us numf
of aaa CHAIR RENTAL AND
BALES at 1^1 Northeast 9th
Miami. Florida iiit-n.l to refteter saw
with the ci.rk oi the lir.un
of Dade County, Florida
SAM DI'UIN
BEJIE 1UH1N
7/9-K-2
name
Court
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2027
(JOHN H. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Ratal) of
PHILIP F POLLACK
1 > i eased
To All creditors and ah Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Bald
EstaU-:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand! which you mas hav< againal
the estate ..f PHII.Il' K. POLLACK
ii.. ease,i Uvte of Bade County, Flor-
ida i" the Count) Judges .'.f Hade
County, and file the iami I i duull-
i.iti and as provided in Section 7:1:1-
IS, Klorula Statutes, in i|,, ii office*
"| ti.....ounty Courthouse In Dade
(ounty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time ol the first
publication hereof, or tin aami will
in- ban' -I
Dated a) Miami. Florida, tliis 2nd
da) ol June. A 11 |J71
ANN' s POLLACK
As Executrix
l-irst publication ,,f tn|, notice
Ihe '.-th da) '.f Jul\. 1971
BPAKBER, ZEMEL ROSK1N &
HEILBRO.NNBH PA
Attorneys for Bxi cuti \
I'm No Ki.scayne Blvd., M**ml t--a
*/S-16-::-30
ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to ens if
in business under the fictitious
of poPPIN- COTTAOE CAMDB
743^ Collins Avenue. Miami Beaca,
Florida Intends to reKis.'er said natw
with the Clerh of the Circuit <- tin
of Dade County. Florida.
II.V E BNTEUPRI8BH, IM
By: Kitty Epstein. I'res ^
NOTIOI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBRRBY '" '
the underalarned, dealring to
In business under the fictitious P
..f CENTURY EXHIBITS at
Mh street, Miami. Florida,j
to register said name with tl
of the Circuit Court "f Dude COUiUTi
Florida
KARON DISPLAYS, INi
By: 8 Paul Baron, Praald i
SMITH, MANDLBR, SMITH *
PARKER
Attorneys for Karon Diapji -. Ii
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida U1M
7 '.i-l

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ".
ib. underalgned, dealring to
in bualneaa under lh ncUtloua natw
of BICENTENNIAL l^:"111^^,
II \ W Ith Sir. t. Miami. 1' rl;,
mti -ii- to n giater said i me
Clerk of the Circuit curt Ol 1'"
Countv. Florida .....
BARON DISPLAYS INt
By: s Paul Bamn, ('resident
SMITH, MANDLBR, SMITH *
PARKER .
Attorneys for Baron DUplaya, inc.
I' 7 Lincoln H iad .....
Miami Beach, Florida 3
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I. July 9. 1971
vJtnistincridUagi
e Jewish Military Chaplaincy, A Sad Situation
Page 15-B
11. VBBI l>. M. KU IIHOKN
NOTB: RaftM Heal
-^'kjeV^hT'"','" Ttr^fmandated wlyontalncd rab-
Uh Ihe eJtuatiofl .hat I bis intu military wrvkse, the niim
DDiinuioe. Hi hold* ih,
Ptlltnlalll I I .irul.-iianl Colo-
he Retired lifMivr of Mif .....i......... i iri|iiirfii.
.run;,my :. writer and tec- Sixty is regarded .is the lowest
I iii>. part-time ay rabbi ..I i ,.,,,!,.... ., ""*"
Israel oi Brevard Coanty. I'lumn" '" cnupiains that could
..:,.i phaptela to the Jewish furnW.i even minima] coversw
: at the Cap* Kennedy, Kla n,,,.-,,. ti "i-rugi.
.r, niii.il-, the year thai began on
July I. 19TO. only 52 J. wish chop-
I^aae Mayer Wtae. founder laloH have .., active duty.
Iraft system as excuses. insisted
'li.it the system ue discontinued.
ilu-y promised fervently that tli.v
vonicl devise their own methods
UGai NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-11831
notice bv publication
VU.i.iam paii.km.
Plaintiff,
VM.
DEXJOtiAH JACKSON i:aii.i:m
Defendant
To: DKUOUAH JACK80X IIAII.KM
..'.::l Mayberry (;r;,n Detroit, Michigan
Y For example, student represents
lives lidin Hi,.' Reform .seminaries
sppearea before the CXTAR eon-
Ican Reform Judaism, was i :^iwT IrTrhe T^V ^r*1H Si V'f'", 1 ""U>',,n !" ,wi0 ;,n(' Wh" is (,un'? <**
in principle to the Amer-, on .It > I hi i 2 !S ,'' XL*! S* *2? ***' dU!*OP ol thc Coi-
U War He believed that ti i,,',-, u nl> I u m "? !,1*^i" LrnsuS S he on!, i- ^^t rC'^" .tetein.inati.n to fulfill the cent* suited & the chap-
mlrttual needs of the rabbinate i taincy gap be Riled, temporarily
tempted to try to destroy this
precious Mule state militarily, the
only major factor that will deter
them will be the armed might of
the United States. It should not
require the astuteness of an Isaac
Mayer Wise to convince any at-!
luned-to-the-time.s American Jew "'" n Complaint for' Divorce "hli
how vital is and uill be the visi-: 22?*, "!"' ":""-' >'". snd you are-
Me presence of the Jewish chaplain ; ^or^le^na'tS 8S ToJSmttltti
In the American Armed Forces if1 KJrrK 1MarE5r/ l:,l,",KI:T.. Hr
and Whmi tl. ti,,. nmn, f______ui S.!1. T.K" .'."V:.I,ul Ul1-'1"-' Miami,
.i ,. .: ,u -, ........------ iii-in.an liimwi rorces 11,,,,.
of xivetint: the Chaplaincy need., ami when tile time comes for criti- HoriS
COl decisions to be made with re-
gard to the Middle Kast.
What is to bo done? Rabbi
.d right to sece on. Yet he o.gani/,-d ajMm. EUsven ... thent are Or- ,
and Mimjssfttl campaign! hodov. two are Conaervartve. 10 fill the chaplaincy\EI
,..d4- President Lincoln to arc Reform. The oilier .'l Jewish
a niiniber of rabbis as
would bling forth the required! at least, through the use of re-
number of .student volunteers to -iivd civilian rabbis.
- in t'.i- Union force*, L'n
onl> Christian clergymen
eii.plains w!'l be short-termers, I Perhaps at the tint*' the stu-
n for only two or three yoers. Of dents made this declaration, they
Wise took this s'ep ixn
ause he believed thai Jew-
r osrnized the symbolic
ice of the rabbi as mill-
plain in the Jewish strug-
i |*i litj in America, a
which began in Sew
en in 1655, \> hen As ;
andeil and obi lined i'i.
sol Her.
ill,' Re I irm
these, in will be Orthodox, six
ii permitted to serve as Conservative nna live Reform. So
in the American Army. le'lnning ,l-.i> l. iv7i. on duty
will be a total of 21 Orth nlox.
:':lu Cons, rvatlve, and 13 Reform
ers are entitled to proper chaplains,
ninistration hut also be- .
i,m n the minimum requirement
Jew ish ,)i.in! lias, Hi i htho-
ilox rabbinate is presently ih--
only one that is ftirnistlina ii- ftlll
one-third ,,, the chaplains and I i<
>nlj Kt-oiip Hi il wpms i h ive n
:enuine di i mil nation to fil
!i n i the minimal spiritu il m ;-
il tlv .'" \ c -i en
Uoth of the rahl .. .
really believed it. What is the
He knows, however, xs do the
overwhelming majority ol" rab)>Ls
ivho have been military chaplains,
that this is no real answer to tin
|ta..ty. The Hebrew Union Col- j problem. The only realistic solu-
kW-Jewish Institute of Religion! lion is for the key lay leaders of
.,..": ,U_^ "**:"" 3* new rabbis., American Jewry, together with the
lhis 1871 class was asked to fur- "
nish six men for the chaplaincy.
How many volunteered? One. Six
are going to puisne further post-
graduate studies Twenty-eighl
i ive an- >pted quite well paying
S31.11. ami file the original
.\i,-u., ,.r pleading in the office of
Uiij Clerk of in* Clronlt Court n op
before the :>th day ..f July, un. if
vu fall i., do ho, ju.l n,- ,it by d^-
lauli will l,- taken agalnat you for
Hi.- rellH UimaiKled in tl, <;ropl.iint.
DATED ai Miami. Klri nay 01 June 1971.
i: 11. LEATUBRMAN
Clerk i.t the Ctreull I'nun
By: \". A. HEWKTT
1'i'puty Clerk
(i ir,-ult Court Seal)
IK 'i'.KKT It. WHITE
Attorney Cor IMalniiff
loss imront Building
Miami, Florida ::,;!:;l
Phone 1TS-T61S
,'i ; j-ii-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-11798
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Petition of
i:< >H \ l.KK COAXI'M and
i.i:i: iv COAXL'M, JR.,
her huNband,
TO: JIM MIR Williams
l:< -iii.ii. t'nknou n
OTHER MAN\l.\i;s
Ri -nl. nee I 'nknown
lot' are hereby notified that
Pel.........r have filed r petition In
. nlmve Ktyled Court for the adop-
livi i it'll in ito ii s :' ,l!,"i si fa:
I in Cuba dm ii tli
rieaii Wa !: ,

who wei .
W I War 'is I
V'i wi re
heads of Uie rabbinical organiza-
tions, the congregational organi-
zations, and the seminaries, to Ret
together as speedily as possible
ami to work out a plan that will
guarantee not only adequate cov-
eontrreRational and Hlllel posi- ,,,,..,. ,,. religious needs of the
lions. How many, filled with anti- lews in our Armed Forces but
militaristic, selective conscien-
:i mls obje 'tor, universalistic i leal-
!oina to work with bur-
iteonins Reform congregations rom t'ne dedicated efforts of near- [Vr."^,-" '-l!,>; "|M,i' M'CHakl a
' s wgtni| ling Reform con- ly one thousand American rabbis !'^l,^\. ^'; .,';'4 J'.;ZJlr%'.;
""nsst [esideo peace move- nif0rm and tb b,,,. if K.e""",nerrv"n.'' bj ;.....L' *e orlainal
lions | "' '' "' *11 "..... I1"1 ,"" }"! '''""
> ,u nan,- it? \on,.. wrifieing devotion to duty ol''
Ireds "i thousands ol Ami i
rit is there or wa ,.,, Jewish soldiers, sailors ind' ^iViV^uVra\"MinmiV'kkVrid."'Vhh?'i,R!n
Jun, :
also the continual ion of the meas- lion of thi tritnor ihlldnu th7reln~and
ore of respect and equality th il '),"" '" r,'","l"l'1, i-how ram* why
,, the Name vhould no) he granted hv
American Jew has gained ;ervln 11 ropj ,.i your written de-
'ihi i u !- ,i a, .i, may he enterd
; l "ii itiiiK wilil adoption
WITNESS in> hand and I he Keal ,,f
Ii
the
then
rn i
18'
thai rabbis should
s in

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LEGAL NOTICE
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I n abb
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n the county judge's court
in and foh jade county.
Florida-in probate
No. 71 2538
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SALLY V. POWELL
.Ha,
K 11 i i: tTHKRMAN
Clerk of ill. 'In uii i 'oui I
II) \ \ MKWETT
11. i ,r \ ,
11' uil I 'oui : Si .,11
' 7 -'., -1,:
_ w.ih a 1972 Cadillac ambulance acquired by River-
Lmbulance Service. Inc., are. from left. Riverside execu-
ted Golden. Alvin Goldberg, and Virginia Dressier,
br and assistant director of Mount Sinai Hospital, and
lide vice president Leonard Zilbert.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i l. IS HEItEIIY i IIV UN thai
Hi- in i
niI, ui
,f IXTEIMi 111 i.V i: s i: \Tils
IIiTt X.E reel. Noi
. I' .-..
f Ctr-
l'" are hi
I to plesel It \THS l-'Tl l\"i"
Y,;!.,;. /
the -op ih" ("u v
......'
Ihe I Klol dn .- ut, Ihelr of-
lit:.,, i !< Cou n i u
1 Di.....' unty, Pioflda.
s literallv thi i moiitl front ihe timi "i
' itw w .Ives so fai as ,1 7l, il' 'i- ,,-'.*"" ""'.....' '"' '""
his I'nith is Con- Dated .,i Miami, Kloridn, lhis *nd
,,,_ ; da; of July, A.I' l71.
' '"' IIEXEVIEVE SCHWEXDEI.
HARVKY IIAXTEU
Is the Vmerican rabbinate reallj ,, v Executora
, Iiim |,uli|i,ali,in of tin. no!lie mi
.n ea .! : .1- professed devo- the ih day of July, 1971
lion to id, sti ngthenlng and per- ;< ^ti;:k> kimi:'i'.\i.\v ks,,s
, ., o. ,. } HARVBV IIAXTER
|> i Hoi ol the -State ol Israel?! At tornevH for Estate of
If the Russhns and Arabs are ?n} V, Powell
_ ______ 1ST." S i: IBSrd Street
North Miami Beach, Kloridn
H-IS.M-SO

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St.
jaeh Scouts, oi Tsol.m, arriving at
Innedy International Airport for a
Tnmer of camping in the United
Pies, were greeted by Theodore Beik-
|n (right) and Hjalmar G. Jensen
ltd from right) of the International
getting married...
This basket holds
Informctlon and
gifts especially
helpful for you.
Call your
Welcome Wagon
hostess today.
Welcoming Committee cf the Boy
Scouts of Ameiica. and Mrs. Morris
Popin. national chairman cf the Ha-
dassah Zionist Youth Commi-sion,
which is cosponsoring the program.
751-2573
rttrBI
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.;
NOTICE OP ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-11762
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I, 'Si: AXTi >.\ Ii' IK MCI!,
I' illff,
l'i i.MAS A 111 Kit,
I >.-i'. ii.l.i ll
Ii >: Ti iM ASA Rl 11011
KeHldi ii, I'nlviiow ti
v.a. TOMARA IUKJK1! are here-
in notified thai n Bill "i Complalnl
for liiv.n,-, has keen filed luralnul yoa,
and you nre requlrcxl i..... \, .i oopy
of your Aiunrur or Pleadlna l ihe Hill
of Comnlalnl on the Plalutiff'M attorn-
ey, i:i'i;i >\si i\ *;- i.itman. fiia Aln-
si.-v Hullilinu. Miami. I'l.niiln S3144
and Hie ill.....'IsiiiaJ Answer or Pleitd-
Ina in ih, orflce of thi Clerk of ilio
t'ii-.uii t'ourt on or befon Ihe .inth
rlnv ol Jul} IST1. If you fall to do ~,,.
Judanient by ilefaull ill he taken
niraiiisi you lor the reltejf demanded
in Hi.- Rill r Conn,laint.
This noij.-.. sliall be nul'lish. ,1 once
earn week for four eonaeoutlve \veekn
in THE JRWiPH PIORID1AN
i",\i: \\n iii,'in:i:i:ii o Miami,
Kloridn. ibis mill da) ol June A !>.
":
i: II I i: VTHEHMAX. Clerk
I'ii.-im Court. ii;ol.- Ciumiy Ploridai
11} r P ipRI Wl'
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ii ii. nil i '.mil s. :il i
EPRI 'XS< iN A I ITMAX
SIS M de} lluildlnu
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71 ISJ'l
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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